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GENEALOGY COLL-ECTIOT* 



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Five hundred copies only of the Sixth 
Volume of the ''Visitation of England and 
Wales" have been printed at my Private 
Press. This copy is No. 250 



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Visitation 



€nglanti anti Wales 



EDITED BY 

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD , LL.D. 

MALTRAVERS HERALD EXTRAORDINARY, 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISR 



VOLUME 6. 



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I PRIVATELY PRINTED. 

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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 







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Back, formerly of Hillingdon 


Page 


Lawrence of the City of Lon- 


Page 


CO. Middlesex 


122 


don, and of King's Ride, 




Back of Curat's House, Nor 




Ascot, CO. Berks 


78 


wich, CO. Norfolk 


124 


Ledgard of Poole, co. Dorset 


84 


Back of Hethersett Hall, co 




Llewellyn of Court Colman, 




Norfolk . 


117 


CO. Glamorgan 


153 


Bartlett of Parkstone, co 




Lockett of The Hollies, Over, 




Dorset . 


30 


CO. Chester 


37 


Bartlett of Sherborne, co 




Longstaff .... 


70 


Dorset . 


27 


Marten .... 


58 


Beare .... 


39 


Master of Bourton Grange, co. 




BOWRING 


I 


Somerset 


139 


Brace of Doveridge Hall, co 




NoRRis of Wood Norton Hall, 




Derby . 


88 


CO. Norfolk . 


III 


Bush of Beckenham and Dept 




Ollivant, formerly of Hutton- 




ford, CO. Kent 


73 


in-the-Wold, co. Cumber- 




Carr-Ellison of Hebburn Hal 




land .... 


15 


and Dunston Hill, co. Dur 




Perceval .... 


89 


ham, and of Hedgeley, co 




Pears, formerly of Madras, India 


•OS 


Northumberland 


159 


Pears of Eton Lodge, Putney, 




Catlin .... 


33 


CO. Surrey 


103 


Clough-Taylor of Firby Hall 




Pears of Repton, co. Derby . 


107 


CO. York 


44 


Pears of Windlesham, co. 




Cowper- Essex of Yewfielc 




Surrey .... 


99 


Castle (formerly High 




Roberts- West of Alscot Park, 




House), CO. Lancaster 


II 


CO. Gloucester 


54 


Craig, formerly of Revell End 




Rogers of Penrose, co. Cornwall 


133 


CO. Hertford . 


146 


Rogers of Sancreed, Penzance, 




DiDHAM of Middleton, Bideford 


, 


CO. Cornwall . 


129 


CO. Devon 


147 


Sexton .... 


21 


Drayner 


49 


SHEKELLof Pebworth,co. Glou- 




Eaton of Tolethorpe Hall, co 




cester, and Little Comber- 




Rutland 


86 


Ion, CO. Worcester . 


68 


Fanshawe of Parsloes, co. Esse 


■c 113 


Smith, formerly of Sidbury 




Fawcett 


52 


Hall, CO. Salop 


81 


Furneaux of Swilly, co. Devor 


1 34 


STARKiEof Huntroyde, co. Lan- 




Fynmore of Wykeham House 




caster .... 


15° 


Sandgate, co. Kent . 


41 


Thomas .... 


46 


GODDARD 


65 


Walker of The Elms, \Vake- 




Hall of Whatton Manor, co 




field, CO. York 


7 


Nottingham 


108 


Whitpa' .... 


57 


Langman 


• 24 


Wilson of Sandbach, CO. Chester 


22 



^eitsrees- 




iSotoring. 



Charles Bowring of Larkbeare,=pSarah Jane Ann, eldest 



Arms on record in the College of Arms.— 
Gules, three Eastern crowns between two 
chevronels, all between three lions rampant 
or. 

Crest. — A demi-lion or, holding in the 
dexter paw an arrow in bend sinister, and 
in, the sinister paw a bow palewise proper. 

Motto. — Nunquam mutans. 



Devon (only son of John 
Bowring of Exeter, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of John Hutchins 
of Moreton Hampstead, co. 
Devon) ; born at Exeter, co. 
Devon, 12 May 1769; admitted 
a Freeman of the Tuckers' 
Guild, Exeter, in 1793 ; died 
at Larkbeare, aged 85, 4 April, 
bur. in St. Bartholomew's 
Cemetery, Exeter, 7 April 
1856. 



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dau. of Rev. Thomas 
Lane, Vicar of St. Ives, 
CO. Cornwall, by Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of 
Odiarne Coates of New 
Romney, co. Kent ; 
born at St. Ives 10 
September, bapt. there 
13 December 1770 ; 
marr. at St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 6 November, 
1791 ; died 24 October, 
bur. in Magdalen Street 
Cemetery, Exeter, 29 
October 1828. 



Samuel Lewin of 
Hackney, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, by Alice 
Nunes his wife ; 
born 24 March 
1794; marr. at 
Hackney 12 Oc- 
tober 1816; died 
at Taunton, co. 
Somerset, aged 
64, 26 Septem- 
ber, bur. in Taun- 
ton Cemetery i 
October 185S. ist 
wife. 



of Bristol, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
William Morgan; 
born at Bristol 30 
July 1816 ; marr. 
at Lewin's Mead 
Chapel, Bristol, 8 
November i860. 
2nd wife. 



Maria, 3rd and=Sir John Bowring, Knt., of Claremont, co. Devon ; born=Deborah, 5th dau. 
youngest dau. of, at Exeter 17 October 1792; LL.D., J. P. and D.L. for of Thomas Castle 
CO. Devon, M.P. for Kilmarnock 1S35, and Bolton 1841 ; 
admitted a Freeman of the Tucker's Guild, Exeter, 1868; 
Knighted at Buckingham Palace 16 February 1854; 
Consul at Canton 1849, Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief and Vice-Admiral of the Colony of Hong Kong 
and its Dependencies, and Her Majesty's Plenipotentiary 
and Chief Superintendent of British Trade in China 
1854-59; Envoy Extraordinary to Siam 1855, Knight 
Commander of the Orders of Francis Joseph 1870, 
Leopold 1870, St. Maurice and Lazarus 1868, Knight 
Grand Commander of the Order of Isabella the Catholic, 
Order of the Northern Star, and Knight Commander of 
the Order of Habit of Christ 1837, Order of Kam- 
chamcha I., Knight Grand Commander of the White 
Elephant and First Class Noble, Fellow of the Royal Society, Castle Lodge 
of Harmony 27 August 1813, Grand Lodge of England 28 August 1813, 
Accademia Costante d'ltalia 5 June 1821, Turin Unanimum Societas 7 June 
1821, Philanthropic Society of Greece i August 1824, 
Leeuwarden Costanter Genootschap 22 November 1828, 
Groningen Academy February 1829, Islenka Bokmenta 
Felag 31 December 1829, °Abo University 15 January 
1830, Eclectic Society 30 March 1830, Societe Frangaise 
de Statisi""= Univer*""= 5 January 1830, Sociedad Economica 
de Guatemala 3 August 1831, Acaddmie de I'Industrie 7 
January 1832, Hungarian Academy of Sciences 3 May 
1832, Hull Literary Associated Friends of Poland 24 December 1832, 
Soci^t6 Montyon et Franklin 3 June 1833, Schleswig Holstein Lauen'' 
Gesellschaft 25 June 1833, American Antiquarian Society 2 June 1834, 
Institut Historique 9 June 1834, Bayerische Academie der Wissenschaften 
24 August 1836, Schweitzerische gemeinniitzige Gesellschaft 25 August 1836, 



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Bataviaasch Genootschap von Wettenschappen 1853, Nordiska Oldskrift Selskab 1854, Royal 
Geographical Society 1854, Institut d'Afrique 1857, Societe Imperiale d'Horticulture 1857, New 
York Historical Society 1859, Real Sociedad l-'conomica de Filipina 1859, K. Konigliche 
Geologische Reichsanstalt 1859, Anihropological Society of London 1863, Zoological Society 
of London 1867, Ancient Order of Foresters 1867; Editor of "The Westminster Review" 
1821-32; Author of the following works: " Contestacion a las Observaciones de Don Juan 
B. Ogavan sobre la esclavitud de los Negros" 1821, "Observations on the Restrictive and 
Prohibitary Commercial System from MSS. of Jeremy Bentham" 1821, "Details of the Arrest, 
Imprisonment and Liberation of an Englishman" 1823, "Russian Anthology," (2 vols.), 1820- 
23, "Matins and Vespers" 1823, " Batavian Anthology" 1824, "Ancient Poetry and Romances 
of Spain" 1824, "Peter Schlemihl" (translation from Chamisso) 1824, "Hymns" 1825, "Servian 
Popular Poetry" 1827, "Specimens of the Polish Poets" 1827, "Poetry of the Magyars" 1S30, 
"Cheskian Anthology" 1832, "Deontology" 1834, "Minor Morals" 1834, 1835, 1839 (3 vols.), 
"Observations on Oriental Plague and Quarantines" 1838, "Jeremy Bentham's Life and Works" 
1843 (11 vols.), "The Decimal System in Numbers, Coins and Accounts" 1854, "The King- 
dom and People of Siam" 1859, "A Visit to the PhiUppine Isles" 1859, "Translations from 
Petofi" 1866, and "The Flower Scroll" (a novel from the Chinese) 1868 ; died at Claremont, aged 
80, 23 November, bur. in the New Cemetery, Polsloe, E.xeter, 27 November 1872. Will dated 
7 June i860, with codicil dated 17 December 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 741, 72) 11 December 
1872, by John Charles Bowring of Forest Farm, Windsor, co. Berks, and Edgar Alfred Bowring, 
the sons, two of the Exors. =;= 



Isabella, dau. of Calvert= 
Toulmin, by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of John 
Livingstone of Inver- 
ness Terrace, Bayswater, 
London ; born in Lon- 
don in 1843; marr. at 
Christ Church, Lancas- 
ter Gate, London, 28 
April 1863 ; died at 69 
Inverness Terrace, aged 
21, 3 May, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery 10 
May 1864. I St wife. 



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=John Charles Bowring of Larkbeare, co.=f=Mary, eldest dau. of 



Devon, and of Forest Farm, Winkfield, co 
Berks; born in London 24 March 1821, 
bapt. at I Queen's Square, Westminster, 
by Rev. William Hincks, Unitarian Minister, 
8 October 1840; admitted a Freeman of 
the Tuckers' Guild 1866, J.P. for co. 
Devon ; presented to the British Museum 
(Natural History Department) an entomo- 
logical collection of 30,000 species of 
Coleoptera ; died at Weybridge, co. Surrey, 
20 June, bur. at Cranbourne, co. Berks, 23 
June 1893. Will dated 12 March 1888, 
with codicil dated 2 June 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 709, 93) 10 August 1893, by 
Mary Bowring, the widow, and John 
Edward Bowring, the Exors. 



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Charles John Furlonger 
of Gloucester Terrace, 
Hyde Park. London, by 
Mary Ann his wife, dau. 
of Charles Beard of the 
Hon'''= East India Co.'s 
Service; born in London 
25 March 1843; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Pad- 
dington, London, 24 
March 1866. 2nd wife. 



John Frederick Edward Bowring 
of Forest Farm, Winkfield ; born 
at Larkbeare, Exeter, 9 August, 
bapt. at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
12 September 1867; of Eton 
1 880-8 s, and Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1888. 



Mary Isabel, born at Lark- 
beare, Exeter, 13 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 23 October 1868. 



Arthur Hautayne Bowring, born 
at Larkbeare, Exeter, 14 Novem- 
ber 1870, bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 10 February 1871 ; of 
the Royal Artillery, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 27 July 1889, Lieutenant 
27 July 1892. 



Margaret, born at Exeter 30 
Aug. 1794; marr. 11 Oct. 
1822, Rev. George Kenrick 
of E.\eter, youngest son of 
Rev. Timothy Kenrick. She 
died 18 Sept., and was bur. 
in Magdalen Street Ceme- 
tery, Exeter, 23 Sept. 1824. 



Ann, born at Exeter 
4 January 1797 ; 
unmarr., aged 
[ 2 December, 
bur. at Bristol 15 
December 1855. 



died 
58, 



Lucy Jane, born at 
Exeter 25 March 
1799 ; died 13 July, 
bur. in Magdalen 
Street Cemetery, 
Exeter, 17 July 
1801. 



Emily, born at Exeter 

26 May 1801 ; died 

27 November, bur. 
in Magdalen Street 
Cemetery, Exeter, i 
December 181 2. 



I 
Frederick Hermann Bownng, born at Hackney 15 January 1823, bapt. at i Queen's Square, 
Westminster, by Rev. William Hincks, Unitarian Minister, 8 October 1840 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, Wrangler in Classical Tripos 1844, Fellow 1844, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847, a Student 
of the Inner Temple 22 November 1842, called to the Bar 22 November 1850, retired 1882. 




Charles Calvert Bowring, born at Forest Farm, 
Winkfield, 20 November 1872, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranbourne, i January 1873; entered the Audit 
Office in 1890, Auditor at Hong Kong, South 
China, 1892, and at Zomba, British Central Africa 
Protectorate, 1895. 

Humphrey Wykeham Bowring, born at Forest 
Farm, Winkfield, 18 April, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranbourne, 16 May 1874; served on H.M.S. 
"Imperieuse" 1890, H.M.S. "Conquest" (as Mid- 
shipman) 1890, and assisted at taking of Witu, 
East Africa (medal); Sub-Lieutenant 1892, Lieu- 
tenant 1895. 



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Walter Andrew Bowring, born at Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, 30 November 1875, bapt. there 
II January 1876; educated at Eton; 
entered the Audit Office in 1894. 

Francis Herbert Bowring, born at Forest 
Farm, Winkfield, 13 January 1878 ; died 
there 3 October, bur. at St. Peter's, Cran- 
bourne, 8 October 1880. 

Noel Hamilton Bowring, born at Forest 
Farm, Winkfield, 25 December 1879, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Cranbourne, i January 



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Lucy Jane, born at Exeter 24 
December 1802 ; died unmarr., 
aged S3, 31 March, bur. in St. 
Bartholomew's Cemetery, Exe- 
ter, 3 April 1856. 



Charles Bowring, born at Exeter 
28 December 1804; died 4 
May, bur. in Magdalen Street 
Cemetery, Exeter, 7 May 1805. 



Charles Bowring (twin with Edward) of Edward Bowring 

Highfield Park, co. Chester; born at Exe- (twin with Charles) 

ter 31 January 1806; died unmarr., aged born at Exeter 

52, 3 April, bur. at Higher Bebington, 31 January 1806; 

CO. Chester, 8 April 1858. AVill dated 15 died 13 May, bur. 

April 1856, with two codicils dated respec- in Magdalen Street 

tively 27 March 1858 and 28 March 1858, Cemetery, Exeter, 

proved at Chester 15 May 1S58, by 17 May 1807. 
Frederick Hermann Bowring, the nephew, 
one of the Eicors. 



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Mary Laura, 3rd=j=Lewin Bentham Bowring of Torquay, co. Devon; born= 
dau. of Admiral the 
Hon"^ Sir John 
Talbot, G.C.B., by 
the Hon''''= Juliana 
Arundel his wife, 
3rd dau. of James 
Everard, 9th Baron 
Arundell of War- 
dour ; marr. at Our 
Lady's Catholic 
Church, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlc- 
se.x, 13 August 
1857 ; died 17 
April 1866, and 
bur. in Bangalore 
Cathedral, province 
of Mysore, East 
Indies, ist wife. 



at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 15 July 1824, bapt. at 
Queen's Square, Westminster, 8 October 1840, by 
Rev. William Hincks, Unitarian Minister, and re-bapt. 
at Exeter 29 August 1855 ; entered the Bengal Civil 
Service in 1843; gained in Fort William College, 
Calcutta, certificates of high proficiency in Bengali 
and Hindi, and a degree of honor in the former, also 
two medals ; Assistant Magistrate and Collector of 
Bancoorah 1845, Assistant Treasurer at Calcutta 
1846, Assistant to Resident at Lahore 1847, Deputy 
Commissioner of Jhilam 1849, Deputy Commis- 
sioner of Ambnla 1852, Private Secretary to Lord 
Canning, Governor-Gene- 
ral of India 1858, Chief 
Commissioner of Mysore 
and Coorg 1862, created 
Companion of the Star of 
India 1867, J. P. for co. 
Devon 1872, Member of 
the Royal Asiatic So- 
ciety ; Author of " Eastern 
Experiences," " Autobio- 
graphical Recollections of 
Sir John Bowring," and 
" Haidar Ali and Tipu 

Sultan," in series ai Arms of V,o\\k\^G impaling 
"Indian Rulers." Talbot ami Bellasis. 



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.Katharine, 4th dau. 
of Edward Bella- 
sis of Northwood 
House, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middle 
sex,Serjeant-at-Law, 
by Eliza Jane his 
2nd wife, only dau. 
of William Garnett 
of Quernmore Park 
and Bleasdale 

Tower, CO. Lane. ; 
born 2 April, bapt. 
at St. Giles'-in-the- 
Fields 1 3 May 1 840 ; 
marr. at St. Mary 
IVLagdalen's Catho- 
lic Church, Mort- 
lake, CO. Surrey, 
31 July 1867, by 
Thomas Grant, 
Catholic Bishop of 
Southwark. 2nd 
wife. 

(See Bellasis Pedi- 
gree, Vol. II., 
page 60). 



Mary Lucy, born at Calcutta 7 November 1859, and 
bapt. there same day ; marr. in the Pro-Cathedral, 
Kensington, London, 26 April 1892, Henry Joseph 
Weld (2nd son of Joseph Weld of the Lodge, Lyming- 
ton, CO. Hants, J. P., by Flora MacDonnell his wife, 
4th dau. of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart., of Rudding 
Park, CO. York) ; died at Kensington 7 March, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 11 March 1893. 



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Charles Talbot Bowring, born at 
Bangalore 15 December 1862, and 
bapt. same day ; entered Chinese 
Customs 1883, since served in Foo- 
chow, Pekin and Shanghai, Assistant 
Commissioner at Seoul, Corea, 1893- 
95 ; Mandarin of the 5 th Class. 



Sophia, dau. of Thomas=j=Edgar Alfred Bowring, bom at Hackney, co.=j=Ellen, dau. of Lewis 



Cubitt of Uenbies, co. 
Surrey, by Mary Anne 
his wife, dau. of Samuel 
Warner, and grand-dau. 
of Jonathan Cubitt of 
Buxton, CO. Norfolk, 
by Agnes Scarlett his 
wife; born at Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, 27 June 
1830, and bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London ; marr. at Clap- 
ham Parish Church 1 2 
May 1853 ; died at 
Larkbeare Lodge, Clap- 
ham Park, aged 27, 
4 September, bur. at 
Bodiam, co. Susse.x, g 
September 1857. ist 
wife. Will proved i 
March 1858, by Edgar 
Alfred Bowring, one of 
the Exors. 



Middlesex, 26 May 1826, bapt. at i Queen's 
Square, Westminster, by Rev. William Hincks, 
Unitarian Minister, 8 October 1840; entered 
the Board of Trade in 1843 ; Secretary to 
Lord Granville, and one of the Secretaries 

to the Great Exhibi- 

tion of 1 85 1, created 

a Civil Companion of 

the Order of the Bath 

1851 ; published the 

following translations 

from the German : 

" Poems of Goethe " 

1853, " Poems of 

Schiller" and "Poems 

of Heine" 1859, and 

the Book of Psalms 

1858 ; C.B. 1862, 

M.P. for Exeter ^^„, ^f bowrinc, impaling 

1875-80. Cubitt and Cubitt. 




Cubitt, by Sophia 
his wife, dau. of 
Henry Edward Ken- 
dall, and grand-dau. 
of Jonathan Cubitt 
of Buxton, CO. Nor- 
folk, by Agnes Scar- 
lett his wife ; born 
4 February 1833; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Munster 
Square, London, 7 
December 1858. 
2nd wife. 



Algernon Cunliffe Bowring, born 27 September, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Munster Square, London, 6 November 1859 ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 18S2, M.A. 1885, called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn in i885. 



Rev. Edgar Francis Bowring, born 1 5 August, bapt. at Clapham Parish 
Church 4 October 1854 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1876, 
B.A. (ist class Classical Tripos) 1877, M.A. 1880, Incumbent of 
Shamley Green, Guildford, 1882-90, examining Chaplain to Bishop of 
Winchester 1892-95, Rector of Farncombe, co. Surrey, from 1890. 



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Margaret Sophia, 
born 26 June, bapt. 
at Clapham Parish 
Church 5 August 
1857 ; died in Lon- 
9 January, bur. at 
Denbies, co. Surrey, 
13 January 1888. 



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Edward Lewis Stanislas Bowring, born at Bangalore 
13 November 1869, and bapt. there same day; died 
at Torquay 30 June, bur. in Torquay Cemetery 3 
July 1885. _ 

Philip Francis Howring, born at Ellington, Torquay, 
6 April, bapt. at Torquay Catholic Church 12 April 
1871; entered Police Department of the Mysore 
Service 1893, transferred to the Revenue Depart- 
ment, and appointed Assistant Commissioner at 
Manjarabad in 1896. 

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John Bellasis Bowring, born at Lavrock- 
bere, Torquay, 10 November, bapt. at 
Torquay Catholic Church 18 November 
1872; Lieutenant in Indian Staff Corps ; 
attached to Devonshire Regiment 1893, 
appointed to the 2nd Punjab Infantry 
1894, served under Sir William Lockhart 
in the Expedition against the Waziris 
1895 (medal), and in the Afridi Campaign 
1897-98 (clasp). 



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Rev. Charles Algernon Aloysius 
Bowring ; born at Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, 19 March 1828, 
bapt. at I Queen's Square, 
Westminster, by Rev. William 
Hincks, Unitarian Minister, 8 
October 1840, and re-bapt. at 
Exeter 17 February 1849; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
entered the Society of Jesus 
1849; ordained Priest at Rome 
19 September 1857; died at 
Rome 18 November 1857, and 
bur. there. 



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Maria Lewin, born at 
Hackney 21 December 
1828, bapt. in 1836, re- 
bapt. in Exeter Cathe- 
dral 25 July 1842. 



Edith Alice, born at 
Hackney 18 February 
1831, bapt. at I Queen's 
Square, Westminster, by 
Rev. William Hincks, 
Unitarian Minister, 8 
October 1840. 



Emily Lucy Ann, born at Hackney 
28 March 1833, bapt. at i Queen's 
Square, Westminster, by Rev. William 
Hincks, Unitarian Minister, 8 Oct. 
1840; a Nun of the Order of Figlie 
della Carita; died at Hong Kong, 
China, 20 Aug. 1870, and bur. there. 



Gertrude Elizabeth, born at Hack- 
ney 4 April 1836, bapt. at i Queen's 
Square, Westminster, by Rev. William 
Hincks, Unitarian Minister, 8 Oct. 
1840; died 10 Aug., bur. at Hackney 
14 Aug. 1841. 



Victor Henry Bowring, born 26 March, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, Munster Square, 28 
April 1867 ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 




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Vincent Lewin Bowring, born at Lavrockbere, Tor- 
quay, 5 May, bapt. at Torquay Catholic Church 18 
May 1875; served on H.M.S. "Aurora" 1890, Mid- 
shipman on H.M.S. "Boadicea" 1891-94, and 
"Repulse" in May 1894, Sub-Lieutenant on H.M.S. 
"Pigmy" 1895, and transferred as Lieutenant to 
H.M.S. "Pique" 1897. 

Edith Mary, born at Lavrockbere, Torquay, 12 May, 
bapt. at Torquay Catholic Church 18 May 1876. 



Francis Stephen Bowring, born at Lavrockbere, Tor- 
quay, 29 January, bapt. at Torquay Catholic Church 
5 February 1878. 



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Wilfrid Joseph Bowring, born at Lav- 
rockbere, Torquay, 31 March, bapt. at 
Torquay Catholic Church 5 April 1879. 



Ignatius William Bowring, born at 
Lavrockbere, Torquay, 31 July, bapt. 
at Torquay Catholic Church 5 August 
iSSo. _ 

Clara Mary Aloysia, born at Lavrock- 
bere, Torquay, 22 September, bapt. at 
Torquay Catholic Church 29 Septem- 
ber 18S3. 



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Walbcr of CI)e €lm$, ISaakfielli, to. gorfe. 

Arms. — Argent, a fess counter-embattled between three crescents sable. 
Crest. — A greyhound's head couped argent, collared sable. 
Motto. — Honesta quam magna. 



John Walker of Wood Hall, Darfield, co. York (son= 
of Thomas Walker of Wood Hall, by Anne his wife,, 
dau. of Neville Balgue of Whitwood, co. York) ; 
born at Wood Halt 23 February, bapt. at Darfield 
Parish Church 25 March 1784; died at Dalton, co. 
York, 5 October, bur. at Wakefield 10 October 1875. 



=Hannah, only dau. of William Milnes of 
Nabbs Manor House, co. York, by Ellen 
Smirthwaite his wife, of Wakefield ; born 
at Nabbs Manor House 8 October, bapt. 
at Silkstone Parish Church, co. York, 11 
November 1785 ; marr. by licence at 
Darfield Parish Church 16 January 18 16; 
died at Wakefield 7 October, bur. there 12 
October 1874. 



Thomas Walker of Oakvvood Grange, Roundhay, co.York; born=^Elizabeth 
at Wood Hall, Darfield, 30 October, bapt. at Darfield, 24 De- 
cember 1826; M.R.C.S. Eng., J. P. for West Riding, co. York 



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John William Walker of The= 
Elms, Wakefield, and Boyne 
Hill, CO. York ; born at The 
Elms 15 October 1859, bapt. 
at Wakefield Parish Church 5 
January i860; M.R.C.S. Eng., 
1882, F.S.A. 1888. 



Jackson, only dau. of 
William Seeker of Wakefield, by 
Betty his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Jackson of Wakefield ; born at 
Wakefield 30 October, bapt. at 
Wakefield Parish Church i De- 
cember 1833 ; marr. there 23 
September 1858. 



=Constance Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Louisa, born at 
Samuel Holdsworth of Burneytops House, The Elms, Wake- 
Wakefield, M.D., J.P. for West Riding, by field, 28 Decem- 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of James Schole- ber 1861, bapt.at 
field of Boyne Hill ; born at Burneytops Wakefield Parish 
House 4 February 186 1, and bapt. at Holy Church 23 Jan- 
Trinity, Wakefield; marr. at Holy Trinity, uary 1862. 
Wakefield, 23 April 1885. 



I 
Evelyn Holdsworth, born at Boyn- 
cliffe, Wakefield, 4 August, bapt. 
at Wakefield Parish Church 23 
August 1886. 



Margaret Irene, born at Boyn- 
cliffe 15 November, bapt. at 
Wakefield Parish Church 9 
December 1887. 



Ethel Winifred, born at Boyn- 
cliffe 22 December 1888; 
bapt. at Wakefield Cathedral 
19 January i88g. 



I 
Henry Seeker Walker 
of Park Square, Leeds, 
and Oakwood Grange, 
Roundhay ; born at 
The Elms, Wakefield, 
1 2 April, bapt. at Wake- 
field Parish Church, 1 2 
May 1S63; F.R.C.S. 
Eng. 



I 
Rev. Herbert Milnes Walker,= 
born at The Elms, Wakefield, 
8 August, bapt. at Wakefield 
Parish Church 13 December 
1866; of Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, Cave Exhibitioner, B.A. 
1888, M.A.I 89 2, Vicar of Little- 
over, CO. Derby, since 1894. 



Winifred Annie Milnes, born at Littleover 
Vicarage 26 February, bapt. at Littleover 
29 April 1896. 



=Annie Harriet, eldest dau. of Frederick 
Hornshaw Pilley of Oakenshaw, Upper 
Norwood, CO. Surrey, by Mary Ann his 
wife, dau. of John Cosgrove of London ; 
born at Little Ilford, co. Essex, 14 Oc- 
tober 1865, bapt. at St. Mary Abbots', 
Kensington, London, 29 November 
1885; marr. at Norwood 28 June 1894. 



I . . 
Doris Victoria, born at Littleover 

Vicarage 22 June, bapt. at Little- 
over 2 August 1897. 



J0Uc<lj!iOaJkt^-^ 



COWPER-ESSEX. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : ist and 4th, Azure, 
within two chevronels or, a quatrefoil of the last, between two 
griffins' heads couped ermine, the whole between three eagles 
displayed of the 2nd, Essex ; 2nd and 3rd, Or, two barrulets 
wavy azure, between as many horse-shoes in chief sable, and a 
lantern in base proper, Cowper. 

Crests. — I, On a capital of an Ionic column a griffin's head sable, 
charged with two quatrefoils in pale or, Essex ; 2, A dexter 
cubit arm, vested gules, cuffed argent, holding in the hand 
proper a lantern suspended from a staff, all proper, Cowper. 

Motto. — Conduco. 



€tim^tx€$^tT of getofielD Castle (formerly 
Msh ^omti to. Jtam. 



Thomas Cowper of Saltcoats or Sandside, in the=j=Mary, dau. of James Swainson of Hi 



parish of Ulverston, co. Lane, (son of Thomas 
Cowper of Saltcoats or Sandside, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Gabriel Fell of Westend, 
near Ulverston) ; bapt. at Ulverston 1 6 August 1745 ; 
fell dead from his horse while riding, and bur. at 
Ulverston 17 March iSiS. 



House or The Castle, now called Yew- 
field Castle, Hawkshead, co. Lane. ; died 
at Oldfields, Acton, co. Middlesex, aged 
67. 5 July, bur. at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 10 July 183 1. M.I. 



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Thomas Cowper, bapt. at Ulverston 
10 October 1784; bur. there 2 June 
1798. _ 

Sally, bapt. at Ulverston 25 February 
1787 ; died at Nottingham 23 May 
1847, and bur. there. Admon granted 
9 June 1847. 



Margaret, bapt. at Ulverston 24 March 1793 ; marr. in 
London 22 April 1826, John Hezekiah Essex (son of 
Thomas Essex of Oldfields, Acton) ; born 27 May 
1778 ; died s.p. 7 March, bur. in vault at Acton Parish 
Church 14 March 1848. M.L She died 3 May, and 
was bur. in vault at Acton Parish Church 10 May 1851. 
M.L Aliniatures of John Hezekiah and Margaret 
Essex, and an oil painting of John Hezekiah Essex 
as a child, in the possession of their nephew, Thomas 
Christopher Cowper-Essex. 



I 
Isaac Wilson Cowper, 
bapt. at Ulverston 1 1 
May 1824 ; died an 
infant. 



I 
Thomas Christopher Cowper-Essex= 
of Yewfield Castle, Hawkshead (to 
which he considerably added in 
1883) and of Oldfields, Acton ; 
born 25 December 1825, bapt. at 
Lancaster Parish Church 5 January 
1826; by Royal Licence dated 15 
February 1879, he assumed the 
name of Essex in addition to and 
after that of Cowper. Oil painting 
hv his eldest sun noiv at Yewfield. 



=Catherine Anne, dau. of Benjamin 
Hall of Grange-over-Sands, and 
Newton - in - Cartmel, co. Lane. ; 
born 15 September 1836; marr. 
at Grange-over-Sands 22 July 
1862; died, aged 29, 10 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Winkfield Parish 
Church, CO. Berks, 18 December 
1865. M.I. 



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I 

Thomas Cowper of 65 Glebe Place, 
Kings' Road, Chelsea, London; Artist; 
born I July, bapt. at All Souls', Lang- 
ham Place, London, 18 August 1863 ; 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Loyal North 
Lancashire Regiment (3rd Royal 
Lancashire Militia) 14 February 1883, 
Captain ii August 1886, Major 10 
November 1897. 



Henry Swainson Cowper, F.S.A., born 17 June, bapt. 
at Harrow, co. Middlesex, 28 October 1865 ; Lieu- 
tenant I St Volunteer Battalion Royal Lancaster Regi- 
ment I September 1883, Captain 1887, 2nd Lieutenant 
3rd Battalion Royal Lancaster Regiment (ist Royal 
Lancashire Militia) 16 April 1889, retired iSgo; 
Author of "Through Turkish Arabia," 1894, "The 
Hill of the Graces," 1897; Editor of "The Oldest 
Register Book of Hawkshead," 1897. 



James Swainson Cowper-Essex of High House=j=Alice, dau. of 
or Yewfield Castle, Hawkshead, co. Lane, and William Wilson 
of Oldfields, Acton, co. Middlesex ; bapt. at of Yealand, in 
Ulverston 4 June 1796 ; by Royal License dated the parish of War- 
3 August 1868, he assumed the name of Essex ton, co. Lane; 
in addition to and after that of Cowper, in born in 1800; 
compliance with the will of John Hezekiah i died at Hawks- 
Essex of Acton ; rebuilt the house at Hawks- | head i May, bur. 
head in 1859; died at Hawkshead 23 October, | there; May 1875. 
and bur. there 28 October 1878. Will dated , M.L and Me- 
17 October 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 858, 78) morial Window 
21 November 1878, by Thomas Christopher ! at Hawkshead. 
Cowper of Elmwood, Sudbury, co. Middlesex, I 
and James Canham Cowper of Keenground, 
Hawkshead, co. Lane, the sons, the Exors. 
M.L and Memorial Window at Hawkshead. 




MJ^OA/on^ /r^^ 



(s)C7^^^dyr' 



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John Essex Cowper, bapt. at 
Ulverston 12 Nov. 1827; died 
an infant. 

William Swainson Cowper, bapt. 
at Ulverston 12 Nov. 1827; died 
an infant. 

James Canham Cowper of Keen- 
ground, near Hawkshead, J.P. ; 
born 14 Aug., bapt. at Ulverston 
13 Sept. 1830; marr. at Hawks- 
head 23 April 1867, Jane Ellen, 
dau. of Braithwaite Hodgson of 
Green End, near Hawkshead, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of Henry 
Forrest of The Briers, Sawrey, 
CO. Lane. ; born i July, bapt. at 
Hawkshead 8 Aug. 1836 ; died 
18 July, bur. at Hawkshead 21 
July 1886. M.L 



I 
Margaret, born 10 February, 
bapt. at Ulverston 9 March 
1834; marr. at the Priory 
Church, Cartmel, co. Lane, 
6 January 1859, Rev. 
Robert Townson (3rd son 
of Robert Townson of 
Lythe, co Westmoreland); 
born at Kendal, co. West- 
moreland, 3 August, bapt. 
at Kendal Parish Church 9 
October 1831; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 17 December 1850, 
B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857, Vicar 
of Greyrigg, co. Westmore- 
land, 1860-66, Vicar of 
Allithwaite,co. Lane, 1866- 
82, Rector of Geddinge, co. 
Suffolk, 1882-4, Vicar of 
Moulsford, CO. Berks, 1891- 
94- T 

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Isaac Cowper, bapt. at 
Ulverston, co. Lane, 9 
November 1800 ; Midship- 
man in East India Co.'s 
Service 1818, Ensign ist 
Battalion nth Native In- 
fantry 182 1, Lieutenant 
2nd Regt. Bengal Native 
Infantry 1823, drafted to 
2nd Grenadier Battalion 
Native Infantry for opera- 
tions against Burmah 1824, 
appointed Interpreter and 
Quartermaster to same 
Regiment July 1825 ; died 
at Chittagong, Bengal, 
India, about October 1825, 
and bur. there. M.L 
erected by brother officers 
at Chittagong. 



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Sarah, born 3 November, 
bapt. at Ulverston 27 Novem- 
ber 1836; marr. at Hawkshead 
4 May 1882, John Spencer 
Price of Waterhead House, 
Ambleside, co. Westmoreland 
(son of John Price of Toxteth, 
near Liverpool, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Robert 
Thomas of Liverpool); born 
in 1829. 



Mary, born 15 June, bapt. at 
Ulverston 26 June 1839 ; 
died 3 April, bur. at Wink- 
field, CO. Berks, 10 April 
1855. M.L 



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iDIIibant, formerly of 3|uttonnn4f)e^'2SaoHi, 
to* Cumberlanb, 



Arms. — Gules, three crescents argent. 

Crest. — An unicorn's head, couped argent, armed and maned or. 

Motto. — Tout pourvoir. 



William Ollivant of Ancoat's Hall, Manchester, = 
CO. Lane, (son of John Ollivant of Manchester, 
formerly of Hutton-in-the-Wold, co. Cumberland, 
by Elizabeth Bullough his wife); born 24 March 
1773; sometime a clerk in the Admiralty; died 
at Reading, co. Berks, 26 February, bur. in 
Reading Cemetery 3 March 1847. M.I. Will 
dated 8 November 1826, proved (P.C.C, 345, 
47) 3 April 1847, by the Rev. Alfred Ollivant, 
D.D., the son, Fllizabeth Ollivant, the wife, and 
sole Exor, having died during the lifetime of 
testator. 



'Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Stephen Langston of 
Berkhampstead, co. Herts, and Little Hor- 
wood, CO. Bucks, J. P., Sheriff of London 1796 
(Knighted 26 October 1796), by Rebecca his 
wife, dau. of Richard Chambers of Worksop, 
CO. Nottingham ; born at Berkhampstead 7 
January, bapt. at Northchurch, co. Herts, 4 
February 1776 ; marr. at St. Giles', Camber- 
well, CO. Surrey, 14 November 1796 ; died at 
Reading 25 February, bur. in Reading Ceme- 
tery 3 March 1847. M.L 



I 
Langston Ollivant, 
born 8 September, 
bapt. privately 21 
September 1797; 
received into the 
church at St. 
Peter's, Manches- 
ter, 22 November 
1797 ; died at 
Hackney, co. Mid- 
dlesex, in Febru- 
ary 1868. M.L 



Rt. Rev. Alfred Ollivant, born 16 August,' 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Manchester, 13 September 
1798; educated at St. Paul's School, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 182 1, Sixth 
Wrangler and Senior Chancellor's Medallist, 



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Fellow 1822, M.A. and B.D. 1824, D.D. 
1836, Vice-Principal of St. David's College, 
Lampeter, 1827-43, Regius Professor of 
Divinity at Cambridge and Rector of Somer- 
sham, CO. Hunts, 1843-49, consecrated Lord 
Bishop of Llandaff 2 December 1849; died 
at Llandaff on Saturday, 16 December, bur. 
in Llandaff Cathedral 21 December 1882. 
M.L Will dated 21 November 1876, with 
two codicils dated respectively 14 July 1882, 
and 7 December 1882, proved at Llandaff 24 
February 1883, by Joseph Earle Ollivant of 
Bishop's Court, LlandafT, and Captain Edward 
Albert Ollivant, R.A., the sons, and Simon 
Dunning of 27 Parliament Street, Westmin- 
ster, London, the Exors. 




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=Alicia Olivia (bapt. as Olivia 
Alicia), dau. of Lieutenant- 
General William Spencer 
of Bramley Grange and 
Attercliffe, co. York, J. P. 
and D.L., by Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of John Swann of 
Wansford, co. Northampton, 
and sister of Rev. Charles 
Swann, M.A., Rector of 
Ridlington, co. Rutland, 
and of Edmondthorpe, co. 
Leicester (see Swann Pedi- 
gree., Vol. /., page gs) ; born 
at Lisburn, co. Antrim, 31 
July, bapt. there 3 Septem- 
ber 1801 ; marr. at Stars- 
ton, CO. Norfolk, 5 Septem- 
ber 1828; died at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 13 July, bur. 
at Llandaff 20 July 1886. 
M.L Will dated 16 Novem- 
ber 1883, with codicil dated 
27 December 1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 883, 86) 23 Oc- 
tober 1886, by Joseph Earle 
Ollivant, and Major Edward 
Albert Ollivant, R.A., the 
sons, the Exors. 



Charlotte Ehzabeth, born at Lampeter, co. Cardigan, 24 September, bapt. at St. David's College 
Chapel, Lampeter, 23 October 1831 ; died at Clifton 4 July, bur. at Llandaff 9 July 1886. M.L 
Will dated 19 March 1884, with two codicils dated respectively 19 March 1884, and 27 March 
1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 734, 86) 26 August 1886, by Major Edward Albert Ollivant, the 
brother, and the Rt. Rev. Edward Parry, D.D., Suffragan Bishop of Dover, the Exors. 



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Elizabeth Earle, born 9 January, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Manchester, 5 
March 1800; died 10 September, 
bur. in Reading Cemetery 15 Sep- 
tember 1857. M.I. Will dated 2 
July 1847, proved (Prin. Reg., 842, 
57) 18 November 1857, by the Rt. 
Rev. Alfred OUivant, Lord Bishop 
of Llandaff, the brother, one of the 
Exors. 

William Ollivant, born 8 November, 
and bapt. privately 13 November 
1 801; died 15 November, bur. at St. 
James', Manchester, 17 November 
same year. 

Erasmus Ollivant, born 15 Decem- 
ber 1802, bapt. at St. James', Man- 
chester, 12 January 1S03 ; died 22 
February 1824, and bur. at St. 
Mildred's, Manchester. 



Augusta, born 23 April, bapt. 
at St. James', Manchester, 7 
June 1804 ; died, aged 84, at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
28 March, bur. in the ceme- 
tery there 2 April 1888. M.I. 
Will dated 17 February 
1888, with codicil of same 
date, proved (Prin. Reg., 463, 
88) by Rev. Arthur Armitage, 
Joseph Earle Ollivant, the 
nephew, and Rev. William 
Lockwood Martin, Vicar of 
Bettisfield, co. Salop, the 
Exors. 

Septimus Ollivant, born 21 
February, bapt. at St. James', 
Manchester, 7 April 1806; 
died at Ouro Preto, Brazil, 
10 July 1870, bur. in the 
English Cemetery at Passa- 
gem de Mariana, Brazil. 



I 
Georgina Frances, born 
21 January, bapt. at St. 
James', Manchester, 6 
March 1807 ; marr. at 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 
19 April 1843, William 
Ajmitage of Farnley Hall, 
and Ainderby Hall, co. 
York (son of Edward 
Armitage of Farnley Hall, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
John Leathley of Hunslit 
Lane, Leeds, co. York) ; 
born 16 March 1798 ; died 
27 December 1883, bur. 
in Scarborough Cemetery, 
CO. York, I January 1884. 
M.I. She died at Wood- 
ville, Scarborough, aged 
74, 18 January, and was 
bur. in Scarborough Ceme- 
tery 22 January 1881. 
M.I. 



I I 

William Spencer Ollivant, born at Lampeter, co. Colonel Alfred 011ivant,= 

Cardigan, 17 November, bapt. at St. David's born at Lampeter 2 Au- 

College Chapel, Lampeter, 28 December 1834; gust, bapt. at Bettvvs- 

educated at Rugby and at Corpus Christi Col- Bledrws, co. Cardigan, 

lege, Oxford, matriculated 3 March 1853, aged 28 August 1836; edu- 

18, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859, Barrister-at-Law cated at Rugby ; Colonel 

of Lincoln's Inn 1876; marr. at Edinburgh Indian Staff Corps; 

13 August 1864, Janet Cunninghame, youngest served in the Indian 

dau. of David Maitland-Makgill-Crichton of Mutiny 1857-8, present 

Rankeilour, co. Fife, by his 2nd wife Esther, at operations at Agra, 

dau. of Andrew Coventry of Shanwell, LL.D. ; and in Bundelcund 

born at Rankeilour 20 August, bapt. at Col- (medal), Inspector - 

lessie, co. Fife, 23 September 1843. He died General of Police in the 

at Chester 3 October, and was bur. at Llandaff North West Provinces 

9 October 1876. M.I. Will dated 5 March and Oude 1890-91. 
1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 864, 76) 24 November 
1876, by John Lindsay Johnston and Charles 
Thomas Arnold, the Exors. She marr. 2ndly in 
London, 4 February 1878, John Lindsay John- 
ston of Eastbridge, Crondall, co. Hants. 



=Mary Clementina, 
dau. of Lieutenant- 
Colonel William 
Worsley Davis of 
the Bengal Staff 
Corps, Deputy-In- 
spector General of 
Police for the 
North West Pro- 
vinces, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Talbot of 
the Hon^-^ East 
India Co. 's Service; 
born and bapt. in 
India in 1848 ; 
marr. at Naini-Tal, 
India, 5 October 
1870. 



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I 

Alfred Henry Ollivant, born at Muttra, 
North West Provinces, 19 October 187 1, 
and bapt. there; educated at Winchester 
and at the Military College, Cowley ; Lieu- 
tenant Royal Artillery. 



I 
William Spencer Ollivant, born at Muttra 7 Feb. 
1873, and bapt. there; educated at Winchester 
and at the Military College, Cowley ; Lieutenant 
Seaforth Highlanders, served in Chitral Cam- 
paign 1895 (medal); died at Candia, Crete, 21 
Aug. 1897, and bur. in the cemetery there. M.I. 



Arthur Beresford Ollivant, born 22 January, 
bapt. at St. James', Manchester, 22 February 
1808 ; died 13 February, bur. at St. Alphege's, 
London Wall, 18 February 1829. 



I 
Charles Henry Ollivant, born 15 May, 
bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, co. Surrey, 
14 June 1809 ; died at Christ's Hospital, 
Hertford, 15 July 18 17, and bur. there. 



I 
Frances, born at Lampeter, co. Cardigan, 18 October, 
bapt. at St. David's College, Lampeter, 26 November 
1837; marr. at Llandaff Cathedral i October 1861, Rev. 
Walter Hugh Earle Welby (3rd son of Sir Glynne 
Earle Welby-Gregory, Bart., of Denton Hall, co. Lincoln, 
by Frances his wife, youngest dau. of Sir Montague 
Cholmeley, Bart., M.P., of Easton Hall, co. Lincoln) ; 
born 19 August, ha\it. at Denton 25 September 1833; of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 6 February 
1852, aged 18, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1859 ; Rector of Harston, 
CO. Leicester, 1867-89; Commissary and Chaplain to the 
Bishop of St. Helena since 1862, J. P. for co. Leicester. 
She died at Denton Hall 3 January, and was bur. at 
Harston 7 January 1875. ALL He marr. 2ndly at Bran- 
stone, CO. Leicester, 8 October 1878, Florence Laura, 
eldest dau. of Rev. George Sloane-Stanley, Rector of 
Branstone, co. Leicester. 

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I 

Joseph Earle Ollivant, born at 
Lampeter 1 1 June, bapt. privately 
25 July 1839; received into the 
Church at Kerry, co. Montgomery, 
II August 1839; educated at 
Rugby and at Balliol College, 
O.xford, matriculated 22 October 
1858, aged 19, B.A. 1862, M.A. 
1865, Tutor at Radley and Marl- 
borough Colleges 1864-68 ; a 
Student of the Inner Temple 4 
November 1870, called to the 
Bar 7 June 1873, Chancellor of 
the Dioceses of Llandaff 1877 
and of St. David's 1891, incor- 
porated member of St. David's 
College 1892. 



Colonel Edward Albert Ollivant, born at Lampeter=f=Catharine, younger dau. of Rev. John 



30 June, bapt. at the Parish Church, Lampeter, 31 
July 1842 ; educated at Rugby and Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich ; Lieut. -Colonel Royal Artil- 
lery, served with the Bechuanaland Expedition 
18S4-85 (mentioned in despatches) ; Brevet- 
Colonel 7 September 1895. 



James Blunt, D.D., Lady Margaret Pro- 
fessor of Divinity at Cambridge, by Eliza- 
beth Roylance his wife, dau. of Baddeley 
Child, and grand-daughter of Admiral Smith 
Child of Newfield, co. Stafford ; born at 
Cambridge 16 November 1840, bapt. at 
Little St. Mary's, Cambridge, 27 January 
1841 ; marr. at Ashbourne, co. Derby, 11 
October 187 1. 



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John Spencer Ollivant, born at Dor- 
chester, CO. Dorset, 31 July, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Dorchester, 25 August 
1872 ; educated at Rugby ; Lieu- 
tenant Royal Horse Artillery. 

Alfred Ollivant, born at Old Charlton, 
CO. Kent, 11 May 1874, and bapt. at 
Woolwich Garrison Chapel ; educated 
at Rugby ; formerly Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery. 



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Margaret, Elizabeth, born at Budleigh Salterton, co. 
Devon, 4 September, bapt. there 11 October 1876. 

Katharine Frances, born at Northend, Portsmouth, 22 
March, bapt. at St. Mark's, Northend, 27 April 1879. 

Edward Ollivant, born at Farnham, co. Surrey, 9 
July, bapt. at Hale, co. Surrey, 22 August 1881 ; 
educated at Rugby. 



I 

Louisa Rebecca, born 3 March, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London, 9 April 1811; died, 
aged 3, 30 April, bur. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, 4 May 
1814. 



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Emily Chambers, born 10 Au- William Edward Ollivant, born 

gust, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 30 January, bapt. at St. An- 

Holborn, 18 September drew's, Holborn, 20 February 

1812 ; died, aged 2, 22 1814; died 4 May, bur. at St. 

April, bur. at St. Andrew's, Andrew's, Holborn, the same 

Holborn, 26 April 1814. day. 



Sir Edward Charles Kayll Ollivant, born 7 February= 
1846, and bapt. at Barkway, co. Herts; educated at 
Marlborough College ; joined Indian Civil Service 
14 August 1868 ; Municipal Commissioner of 
Bombay 1881-90, Political Agent in Kathiawar 
1890-95, Commissioner in Sind 1895-96, Chief 
Secretary to the Government of Bombay 1896-97, 
Member of Council of Government of Bombay 
1897, CLE. I June 1888, K.C.LE. 25 May 1892. 



=Lucy Caroline, dau. of Arthur Shelley 
Eddis, Q.C., Judge of County Courts, 
by Elizabeth Mary his wife, 4th dau. of 
Job Wright of Cheshunt, co. Herts ; 
born 3 December 1847, and bapt. at 
St. Mark's, Regent's Park, London ; 
marr. at St. Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, 
6 December 1870; died at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, aged 43, 10 May, bur. at 
Stoke Bishop, co. Gloucester, 16 May 
1801. M.L 



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Alice Elizabeth, born 19 September, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Surat, India, 
18 October 187 1. 



Lionel Arthur Edward Ollivant, 
born 3 December 1872, bapt. at 
(!hrist Church, Surat, 19 January 
1873; educated at Charterhouse 
and Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Lieutenant (7th) Royal Fusiliers 
(City of London Regiment) Novem- 
ber i8q6. 



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Mabel, born i February, bapt. at Christ Church, Surat, 
27 February 1876. 

Nigel Christopher Ollivant, born 16 September, and 
bapt. privately 23 September 1878, baptism registered 
at Christ Church, -Surat ; died 4 October 1878, and bur. 
at Surat. 

Rupert Charles Ollivant, born i September, bapt. at 
All Saints', Malabar Hill, Bombay, 7 October 1882 ; 
educated at Charterhouse. 



I 

Rev. Edward Ollivant, born 3 August, bapt. at St.= 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 30 August 18 16 ; 
educated at St. Paul's School, and at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1842; Rector of 
Llandewi-Rytherch, co. Monmouth, 1865-75, ^^'^ 
of Erbistock, co. Denbigh, 1875-83, Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Llandaff ; died 14 December, bur. at 
Erbistock 19 DecemJDer 1883. M.I. Will dated 30 
October 1883, proved (Frin. Reg., 242, 84) 10 March 
1884, by James Timotheus Gobat of Overton, co. 
Flint, one of the Exors. 



■Susan Maria, dau. of John James Kayll 
of Douglas, Isle of Man, by Isabella his 
wife, dau. of John McClure ; born 20 
February 181 6 ; marr. at Kirkbraddon 
Isle of Man, 13 March 1844; died 10 
February, bur. at Erbistock 14 February 
1893. M.I. Adfnon was granted in 
the Principal Registry 17 July 1893, to 
Edward Charles Kayll Ollivant, the son, 
and one of the next of kin. 



Elizabeth Augusta, born 
6 July 1847, and bapt. at 
Parkway, co. Herts. 



Alicia Frances, born 7 
September 1849, and 
bapt. at Parkway ; died 
3 July, bur. at Havant, 
CO. Hants, 7 July 1852. 



I 
Mary Edith, horn 2 January, bapt. 
at Havant 24 February 1852 ; marr. 
at Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 10 July 
1884, Rev. William Lockwood 
Martin (only son of Edward Martin 
of London, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Lockwood of Hull, co. 
York) ; born 4 June, bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Pancras, co. Middlesex, 
8 July 1846; of St. Edmund Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 April 1S66, 
aged 19, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872, 
Vicar of Bettisfield, co. Flint, 
1878-94, and of Berriew, co. Mont- 
gomery, since 1894. 
T 

A 



Katherine Amelia, born 7 June, 
bapt. at Havant 25 July 1853 ; 
marr. at Erbistock 31 Decem- 
ber 1878, Edmund Wormald 
(eldest son of Harry Wormald- 
Wormald of Sawley Hall and 
Cookridge Hall, co. York, by 
Helena his wife, dau. of Peter 
Trellsen of Norway); born 16 
August 1842, bapt. at Elvirum- 
shovvs, Norway, 14 January 
1S43 ; died 27 January, bur. 
in the cemetery, Scarborough, 
CO. York, I Febuary 1887. M.I. 



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Facsimile of Seal of Joseph Earle Ollivant, M.A. 
Chancellor of the Diocese of Llandaff. 



^e):ton. 



George Sexton of Thorington= 
Hall, Wherstead, co. Suffolk 
(son of Isaac and Ann Sex- 
ton); born in 1797; died, aged 
74, 28 August, bur. at Wher- 
stead 2 September 1871. M.I. 
Silhouette in possession of his 
daughter-in-law, Ellen Matilda 
Sexton. 



Maria, dau. of George Mumford of 
Lavenham, co. Suffolk ; born at Laven- 
ham, and bapt. there 20 September 
1802 ; marr. at Lavenham 2 January 
1827; died, aged 88, 21 January, bur. 
at Wherstead 27 January 1890. M.I. 
A silhouette was fortnerly in the possession 
of her daughter-in-law, Ellen Matilda 
Sex tun. 



I 
George Mumford Se.v:ton of= 
Wherstead, afterwards of 
Sproughton, near Ipswich, 
CO. Suffolk ; born at Thor- 
ington Hall 18 January 
1828; died at Rotherfield, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 10 
May, and bur. at Wher- 
stead the following Mon- 
day (Whit - Monday), 14 
May 1894. M.I. Oil 
painting by W. R. Symonds 
in possession of his widow. 



1 

=Ellen Matilda, dau. Henry Robert Sexton of Wherstead ; born at 

of William Stutter Thorington Hall 13 September 1830, bapt. 

Frost of Brent at Wherstead 4 January 1831 ; marr. at 

Eleigh, CO. Suffolk, Thorrington, co. Essex, 28 April 1864, 

by Anne his wife, Marianne, dau. of William Stutter Frost of 

dau. of Lawrence Brent Eleigh, by Anne his wife, dau. of 

Pettit Bull of Bures Lawrence Pettit Bull of Bures Hall ; born 26 

Hall ; born at Brent March, bapt. at Wells Hall, Brent Eleigh, 

Eleigh 31 January, i June 1837. He died, aged 45, 19 October, 

bapt. there 17 and was bur. at Wherstead 23 October 1875. 

March 1833; marr. M.I. She marr. 2ndly at Wherstead, 21 

at Thorrington, co. April 188 1, George Pettit of Friston, co. 

Esse.x, 3 October Suffolk : born at Friston 24 July 1830. 
1854. 



^^^^ ^:^€y^^ 



George Frost Sexton,=j=Helen Charlotte, dau. 
born at Earl's Hall, of Robert James Ran- 
Cockfield, CO. Suffolk, some of Ipswich, by 
December 1858, Charlotte Louisa his 
bapt. at Cockfield 9 wife, dau. of William 
January 1859. Taylor of Ipswich ; 

born there 27 March, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Ipswich, I May 1S63; 
marr. at Stoke Church, 
Ipswich, 1 1 January 



I I 

Ellen Maria, born at Wher- William Robert 
stead Hall 26 March, bapt. Sexton, born at 
at Wherstead 24 April 1866; Wherstead Hall 
marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 31 March, bapt. 
on Wednesday, 11 October at Wherstead 29 
1893, Cyril Frederick South May 1870. 
(son of John South of Ram- 
sey, CO. Essex, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Edward Cooper 
of Great Oakley, co. Essex 
\see Cooper Pedigree, Vol. 5, 
page 112] ) ; born at Ramsey 
16 January, bapt. there 8 
February 1863. 



I 
Osyth Ransome, born at Maple Hill, 
Kansas, U.S.A., 7 December 1888, bapt. 
there privately, and received into the 
church, when 5 years' old, at St. Mary 
Stoke, Ipswich, 31 August 1894. 



I 



ISailson of ^anibacl), to. C|)e$ter. 



Arms used by John IVi/son of The Comvions House : — Sable, a wolf rampant or, in 
chief three estoiles of the second ; impaling, or, a bend gules between six 
martlets of the second. 



dUn t'h 



Thomas Needham Wilson (2nd surviving son of John Wilson of 
Commons House, Sandbach, co. Chester, by 
Rebecca his wife, dau. and coheiress of Peter 
Furnivall of Liverpool) ; born at Sandbach 
15 January 1770, and bapt. there privately the 
same day ; Surgeon 3rd Dragoons, King's 
(George III.) Own Regiment (date of com- 
mission 2 December 1793); died 10 January, bur. in the family vault in 
Sandbach Church 18 January 1837. Will dated i July 1S29, with codicil 
dated 23 August 1836, proved at Chester 6 March 
1837; by Elizabeth Wilson, the dau., and Thomas 
Needham Wilson and Robert Wilson, the sons, the 
Exors. 



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Seal used to deed dated 
12 August 17S9, by 
John Wilson of The 
Commons House, elder 
brother of Thomas 
Needham Wilson. 



'Elizabeth, only 
dau. of Rev. 
Jonathan John- 
son, D.D., Minor 
Canon of Ches- 
ter, by Anne his 
2nd wife ; bapt. 
at Chester Cathe- 
dral 16 July 1776; 
marr. at St. Os- 
wald's, Chester, 
1 4 October 1800; 
died, aged 33, 22 
June, bur. in St. 
Peter's Church- 
yard, Bedford, 23 
June 18.2. 



Elizabeth, born at Hamilton, co. Lanark, 30 August, bapt. there John Henry Wilson, 

privately 15 September 1801, and received into the church at Chester born at Chester 14 

Cathedral; marr. at St. Oswald's, Chester, i March 1841, Burrell Ayre November, bapt. at 

of Fir Grove, West End, co. Hants (son of Thomas Ayre of Bishop Chester Cathedral 5 

Wearmouth, co. Durham, by Sarah Buckley his wife); died, aged 64, December 1802; bur. 

8 July, bur. in South Stoneham Churchyard, co. Hants, 15 July 1875. in Chester Cathedral 

She died s.p. 28 April, and was bur. in South Stoneham Churchyard 4 12 November 1803. 
May 1886. Will dated 5 February 1886, proved in the Principal 
Registry 29 June 1886, by Thomas Needham Wilson, the nephew, and 
Henry Edward Robins of Southampton, the Exors. 



I 
Thomas Needham Wilson of Oak Lodge,= 
Bitterne, co. Hants ; born at Bitterne 3 
August, bapt. at St. Mary Extra, South- 
ampton, 4 December 1863 ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 2 i January 
1882, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888, Barrister- 
at-lj.w of the Inner Temple 4 May 1887. 



=Lillian Sarah, youngest dau. of John Everard Barton 
of Astley Hall, co. Worcester, by Sarah his wife, 
younger dau. of Phillip Merritt of Gloucester ; born 
at Habberley, in the parish of Kidderminster, co. 
Worcester, 12 November 1864, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Stamber Mill, co. Worcester, 23 March 1883; marr. 
at Astley 17 August 1886. 

(See Barton Pedigree, Vol. i,page gi.) 



Katherinc Furnival, born in London 
30 December 1893, bapt. at Astley 
20 February 1894. 



Thomas Needham Furnival Wilson, born in London 
20 March, bapt. at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 30 April 1896. 



I 

John Wilson, born 
at Belturbet, co. 
Cavannah, Ireland, 
4 February 1804, 
bapt. at St. Os- 
wald's, Chester, 22 
March 1805 ; died 
at Lenton Barracks, 
CO. Notts, aged 3 
years and 2 months, 
3 April, bur. in 
Lenton Church 9 
April 1807. 



Thomas Needham Wilson of The Commons House, Sandbach ; born 
at Nottingham 23 November 1805, bapt. at Sandbach 18 January 
1807 ; succeeded to the family estates in the counties of Chester and 
Stafford as heir-at-law to his uncle, John Wilson of The Commons 
House, Sandbach, who died intestate 24 February 1842; died 21 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Audlem Churchyard, co. Chester, 28 September 1858. 
Will dated 28 January 1858, proved at Chester 4 October 1858, by 
Robert Wilson, the brother, and George William Latham of Bradwall 
Hall, CO. Chester (afterwards M.P. for Crewe Division), the Exors. 



;^^^^^a^ 



I 

Robert Wilson of The Commons House, Sand-=T=Ellen, dau. of Daniel 



bach, CO. Chester, and Oak Lodge, Bitterne, co 

Hants ; born at Canterbury, co. Kent, 6 Feb 

ruary 1808, bapt. privately, and received into 

the church at St. Peter's, Bedford, 9 September 

1809 ; died 18 December, bur. in St. Mary i at Ashby St. Ledgers, co, 

Extra Churchyard, Southampton, 24 December j Northants, 24 June, bapt. 



Clear of Shirley, co. Hants, 
by Sarah Lane his wife, 
dau. of Robert Barnes of 
Totton, CO. Hants ; born 



Will dated 14 December 1868, proved 
in the Winchester District Registry 13 January 
1869, by Burrell Ayre, the brother-in-law, and 
George Batten of South Kensington, London, 
the Exors. 



there 14 July 1839; marr. 
at St. Marylebone Parish 
Church, London ; marr. 1810. 
2ndly at St. Matthew's, 
Brixton, co. Surrey, 20 
July 1882, John Robert- 
son Walker of London. 



Emma, born at 
Bedford 2 May, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Bedford, 
1 2 May 1 8 1 o ; 
died 30 August, 
bur. in St. Peter's 
Churchyard, Bed- 
ford, I September 



I 
Elizabeth Furnival, born at Bit- 
terne 26 September, bapt. at St. 
Mary Extra, Southampton, 20 
October 1S64; marr. at Llana- 
ber, CO. Merioneth, 18 June 
1889, Charles John Lloyd Car- 
son (son of John Lloyd Carson 
of Egryn Abbey, Merioneth, of 
the 3rd West India Regiment); 
born at Simla, North-West 
Provinces, India, 16 October 
1866; Captain 3rd Battalion 
East Lanes. Regiment. 



I 
John Furnival 
Wilson of Fir 
Grove, West 
End, CO. Hants; 
born at Bitterne 
25 Feb., bapt. 
at St. Mary 
Extra, South- 
ampton, 26 Mar. 
1866. 



Edith Mary Furnival, 
born at Bitterne 18 
April, bapt. at St. Mary 
Extra, Southampton, 



i 
Catherine Roberta, 
born at Bitterne 3 
April, bapt. at St. 
Mary Extra, South- 



14 May 1868; marr. at ampton, 26 Apri! 



St. Luke's, Paddington, 
London, 13 June 1894, 
James William Law- 
rence Toozs ; born at 
Ottery St. Mary, co. 
Devon, 16 December 
i860 ; of the Indian 
Civil Service. 



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Arms. — Argent, on a pile engrailed 
sable, a water-bouget of the first, between 
two Haunches of the second, each charged 
with a water-bouget, also of the first. 

Crest. — On a wreath of the colours, in 
front of a mount vert, thereon a portcullis 
with chains sable, three water-bougets fesse- 
wise of the last. 

Motto. — Justus esto et non metue. 



langman. 



William Langman of Plymouth, co.=j=Anne, 
Devon (son of William Langman of I Thomas 
Plymouth, by Mary his wife) ; born of Plyi 
in 1772 ; died, aged 68, 28 July, 
bur. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 2 
August 1S40. 



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dau. of 
Warren 
mouth, by 
Martha his wife ; 
bapt. at the Church 
of King Charles- 
the-Martyr, Ply- 
mouth, 30 Decem- 
ber 1774 ; died, 
aged 60, 7 No- 
\ember, bur. at 
St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, 1 2 Novem- 
ber 1834. 



John Langman, born Joseph Langman of Plymouth, born there i6=j=Eleanor James, dau. 

of John Lawrence, 
by Eleanor his wife ; 
born 28 October, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's 
Stoke Damerel, co. 
Devon, i December 
iSii. 



at Plymouth 20 Au 
gust 1799 ; died, aged 
6 months, 23 Feb- 
ruary 1800, and bur. 
at St. Andrew's, I'ly- 
mouth. 



December 1802, bapt. 2 January 1803 ; died 
intestate, in London, aged 74, 18 May, bur. in 
Abney Park Cemetery, co. Middlese.x, 23 May 
1877. 



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William Langman of Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, co. Surrey ; born' 
in London 9 ^L^y 1837. 




'Ada Mary, dau. of 
James Marks ; born in 
London 1 1 December 
1852 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Haverstock 

Hill, CO. Middlesex, 5 
March 1877. 



I I 
Gertrude Eleanor Winefred Rhoda, born in 
London 3 December 1878, bapt. at All Saints', 
Aden Grove, co. Middlesex, 19 May 1S80. 



William James Langman, born in London 
12 August, bapt. at the Church of the 
Ascension, Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, 24 
September 1S81. 

Ernest Joseph Langman, born in London 9 Philip John Langman, born in London 7 
February, bapt. at All Saints', Aden Grove, ig December, bapt. at the Church of the As- 
May 1880. cension. Lavender Hill, 30 December 1882. 



William Langtnan, born at Plymouth 23 
September 1807 ; died 18 May, bur. at St. 
Andrew's, Plymouth, 20 May 1808. 



Eleanor, born at Plymouth 6 October 1809; 
died 23 April, bur. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 
26 April 1810. 



I 
Joseph Langman of Haverstock=pRebekah, dau. of Robert John Lawrence Langman, 



Hill, CO. Middlesex 
London 3 April 1839. 



born in 



Wheeler of Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent ; born in London 5 
March 1841 ; marr. at St. 
Pancras, co. Middlesex, 1 7 July 
i860. 



born in London 27 June 
1841 ; died 23 September, 
bur. at Tottenham Court 
Chapel, CO. Middlesex, 27 
September 1843. 




Rebekah Eleanor Lawrence, 
born in London 20 July 1861. 



I I 
Rowena Mary Ada, born in London 1 1 June, 
1884, bapt. at the Church of the Ascension, 
Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 12 
July 1884. _ 

Mary Elsie Dorothy, born in London 2 May, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Battersea, co. Surrey, 
19 June 1886. 



I I 
Arthur Harold Langman, born in London 30 
October 1887, bapt. at Christ Church, Batter- 
sea, II January 1888; died 24 May 1892. 



Hilda Margaret, born in London 17 January, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Battersea, 4 March 



James Langman of Camden Road, London ; born in London 3=j=Georgiana, dau. of Charles 



May 1843; died, aged 34, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 2 February 1877. ^^ '" dated 22 November 1869, 
proved in the Principal Registry 2 May 1877, by Georgiana, 
the relict and Executrix. 




oypi^ 



Massey Darby ; marr. at St. 
Pancras, co. Middlesex, 10 
August 1864; died 12 Jan- 
uary, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery 17 January 1881. 



Blanche Eleanor Georgiana Darby, 
born in London 11 May 1865. 



I 
John Lawrence Langman of=f=Mary Hannah, dau. of James Philip Lawrence Langman of 



Stanhope Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, and The Deanery, 
Great Marlow, co. Bucks ; born 
in London 24 June 1846. 



Marks of London; born 21 Highgate, co. Middlesex; 
May 1845 ; marr. at St. born in London 8 June 
Pancras 17 September 1868. 1848. 



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Archie Lawrence Langman, bom in London 2 September 
1872 ; Lieutenant in the Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry. 



Edith Mary, born 18 October, 
and died 15 November 1870. 



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iSartlett of ^Ijerborne, 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Aiure, a fesse or, fretty gules, two cotises 
indented of the second, between two cinque- 
foils in chief, and a cross pattee fitchee in 
base argent. 

Crest. — A demi-eagle or, wings elevated 
azure, on an escutcheon suspended from the 
beak by a ribband of the second, a cross 
patee fitchee gules. 

Motto. — Sapiens incipit a fine. 



Rev. Thomas Oldfeld Bartlett of= 
.Swanage, co. Dorset (2nd son of 
Thomas Bartlett, Recorder of Ware- 
ham, CO. Dorset, by Anne his wife, 
dau. and in her issue heir to John 
Vincent of Yetminster, co. Dorset, 
J.P.) ; born at Wareham i April, 
bapt. there 3 April 1788; sometime 
an Attorney - at - Law ; ordained 
Deacon 13 October, Priest 22 De- 
cember 18 1 6, Rector of Swanage 
10 March 1817-41, Rector of Sutton 
Montis, CO. Somerset, 25 April 1820, 
Vicar of Worth Matravers, co. 
Dorset, 27 May 1826 ; died at 
Swanage, aged 52, 27 February, 
bur. there 5 March 1841. M.I. at 
Swanage and at Sutton Montis. 
Will dated 17 June 1839, proved 3 
March 1842, by Charles Oldfeld 
Bartlett of Wareham, and the Rev. 
Walter Burton Leach, Rector of 
Sutton Montis, the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of 
Robert Leach of 
the Manor House, 
Sutton Montis, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. 
of Hugh Godsell 
Francis of Ashe 
and Tiiitinhull, co. 
Somerset ; born at 
Sutton Montis 4 
May, bapt. there 6 
August 1790 ; marr. 
at Sutton Montis 
30 January 1817 ; 
died at Sutton 
Montis, aged 59, 
1 2 April, bur. there 
19 April 1850. M.L 



Thomas Oldfeld Bartlett of Sherborne, 
CO. Dorset ; born at Swanage i August, 
bapt. there 28 August 1818 ; died un- 
marr. at Sherborne, aged 50, 8 January, 
bur. there 13 January 1869. M.L at 
Sherborne and at Sutton Montis. 



Mary Frances Vincent, born at Swanage 
12 March, bapt. there 13 March 182 1 ; 
marr. at Sutton Montis 19 April 1846, 
Rev. Thomas Holmes Ravenhill (son 
of William Holmes Ravenhill of Here- 
ford) ; of Worcester College, O.xford. 
matriculated 6 December 1838, aged 
18, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1845, Vicar of 
Ariingham, co. Gloucester, 184S ; died 
at Ariingham, aged 63, 3 November, 
bur. there 7 November 1884. M.L 



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Charles Leftwich= 
Oldfeld Bartlett 
of Burton House, 
Sherborne ; born 
at Swanage 2 5 
Dec, bapt. there 
29 Dec. 1824 ; 
Solicitor to the 
Supreme Court 
of Judicature. 



Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Edward 
Whiteley, M.A., Rector of Sutton 
Montis, sometime Chaplain at 
Oporto, Portugal, by Elizabeth his 
I St wife, dau. of Samuel Bowden of 
Frome Selwood, co. Somerset, 
Attorney ; born at Oporto 9 No- 
vember 1831 ; marr. at Chilthorne 
Domer, co. Somerset, 14 April 
1858 ; died at Sherborne, aged 56, 
10 AL-iv, bur. there 14 May 1887. 
M.L 



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Elizabeth Vincent, born 
at Sherborne 4 August, 
bapt. there 5 September 
i860 ; marr. at Sher- 
borne 17 April 1885, 
William Haddon Owen 
of Little Grimsby Hall, 
CO. Lincoln. 

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I 

Thomas Charles Bartlett of Sherborne ; 
born at Burton House, Sherborne, 14 
December 1861, bapt. at Sherborne 
Abbey 21 January 1862; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, Paddington, London, 27 April 
1897, Katharine, dau. of Edward Atkin- 
son of Oporto, by Emily his wife, dau. of 
Rev. Edward Whiteley, M.A., Rector of 
Sutton Montis. 



27 



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Eleanor Burton, born at 
Sherborne 10 August, 
bapt. there 15 September 
1863. _ 

Edward Whiteley Bartlett 
of Sherborne ; born at 
Burton House 1 1 May, 
bapt. at Sherborne Abbey 
21 June 1865. 



I 

Rev. Robert Leach Bartlett of= 
Thurloxton, co. Somerset, and of 
Swanage, co. Dorset ; born at 
Swanage Rectory i8 August 1826, 
and bapt. there same day ; of 
Wadham College, O.xford, matric- 
ulated 27 June 1844, aged 17, 
B.A. 1848, Ordained Deacon 23 
December 1849, Priest 22 Decem- 
ber 1850, Curate of Yetminster, 
CO. Dorset, 1849-51, of Gorton 
Denham, co. Somerset, 1851-52, 
and of Durweston, co. Dorset, 
1852-58; Tutor to Lord Rivers, 
1858-59; Rector of Thurloxton 
17 May 1859, Vicar of Durston 
(united to Thurloxton) 17 Octo- 
ber i8q6. 



Christiana, sole dau. and 
heir of Joseph Adams of 
Swanage and VVareham, 
CO. Dorset, sometime 
Surgeon in the Hon'''^ 
East India Co.'s Service, 
by Christiana his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Ben- 
jamin Oakley of Eden 
Lodge, Beckenham, co. 
Kent; born at Wareham, 
CO. Dorset, 9 September, 
bapt. there 10 October 
1834 ; marr. at Swanage 
24 April 1855. 



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1 1 

Elizabeth Burton Leach, born at 
Swanage 17 April, bapt. there 18 
April 1829 ; marr. at Sutton 
Montis, CO. Somerset, 15 October 
1 86 1, Rev. Henry Weare Bland- 
ford, M..^., of Weston Bampfylde 
Manor, co. Somerset (eldest son 
of Henry Weare Blandford of 
Weston Bampfylde) ; of Wadham 
College, 0.xford, matriculated 18 
October 1843, aged 18, B.A. 1847, 
Fellow 1851, M.A. 1854 ; Lord of 
the Manor of Weston Bampfylde, 
Rector of Fryerning, co. Essex, 
1861-69 ; died at Fryerning, aged 
43, 22 August, bur. at Weston 
Bampfylde 28 August 1869. M.I. 
T 

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Sarah Alicia Eleanor, born at 
Swanage 3 September 1831, bapt. 
there same day ; died at Sutton 
Montis, aged 11, 21 February, 
bur. there 27 February 1843. 
M.l. 



Robert "Vincent Osborne 
Bartlett of Adrian City, 
Minnesota,U.S.A. ; born 
at Blandford, co. Dorset, 
14 August, bapt. at Dur- 
weston 19 September 
1856. 



Rev. Charles Oldfeld Bartlett, born- 
at Blandford 20 February, bapt. at 
Durweston 19 March 1858; matric- 
ulated unattached at Oxford Uni- 
versity 6 February 1880, aged 21, 
B.A. of Exeter College, Oxford, 1883, 
M.A. 1886, Ordained Deacon 1882, 
Priest 1883, Rector of Willersey, co. 
Gloucester, iSgi. 



■Edith, dau. of Benjamin Heap 
of St. Huberts, Weston-super- 
Mare, CO. Somerset, by his ist 
wife, Mary, dau. of John Buck- 
ley of Gisborne, co. Lane. ; 
born at Milnrow, co. Lane, 18 
March 1864; marr. at ^Veston- 
super-Mare 29 April 18S6. 



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Mary Evelyn Oldfeld, born Charles Philip Oldfeld Bartlett, Robert Nigel Oldfeld Bartlett, 

at Weston-super-Mare 9 born at Weston-super-Mare 3 born at Willersey 6 November, 

February, bapt. there 19 January, bapt. there 31 January bapt. there 10 December 1893. 

March 1887. 1889. 



Thomas Oldfeld Bartlett=f=Beatrice Mary, youngest 
of Westbourne, co. I dau. of Charles Jacks 
Hants, born at Thur- | of Chfton, co. Glou- 
loxton, CO. Somerset, 25 ' caster, by Hannah his 



September, bapt. there 
23 October 1859, 



wife, dau. of Samuel 
Horsey, J. P., of North- 
ampton, born there 22 
January 1867; marr. at 
Clifton 13 May 1890. 



Christiana Elizabeth Maud, born at Thur- 
loxton 4 Sept., bapt. there 29 Sept. 1861 ; 
marr. at Thurloxton 25 Sept. 1888, Rev. 
Charles Rowlandson Durham (eldest son of 
Rev. Thomas Charles Durham of Berwick- 
on-Tweed, co. Northumberland) ; of Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 Oct. 1879, 
aged 19, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886; Rector of 
Etton and Helpston, co. Northampton, 
1890-96, Vicar of Ramsdale, co. Hants, 
since 1896. =j= 

Margaret Burton, born at Thurloxton 25 
Aug., bapt. there 20 Sept. 1863. 



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Estelle Oldfeld, born at Charles Vernon Oldfeld Bartlett, Beatrice Alicia Oldfeld, born at 

Westbury, co. Wilts, 10 born at Westbury 30 April, bapt. Westbourne 4 May, bapt. at 

May, bapt. there 3 June there 23 May 1894. St. Peter's, Bournemouth, co. 

iSgi- Hants, 30 May 1896. 



I I 
Burton Oakley Bartlett of 
Rosario de Santa F^, Argen- 
tine Republic, South America ; 
born at Thurloxton 10 July, 
bapt. there 13 August 1865. 



Edmund Burton Bartlett, 
born at Thurloxton 13 April, 
bapt. there 12 May 1867 ; of 
the P. and O. s.s. Co., and 
Lieutenant R.N. Reserve; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, Ful- 
ham, CO. Middlesex, 5 July 
1897, ^fyra, dau. of Captain 
Norman Jones of the Mer- 
cantile Marine Service. 



Rev. Richard Grosvenor Bartlett, 
born at Thurloxton 5 December 
1868, bapt. there 3 January 1869; 
matriculated unattached at Oxford 
University 16 October 1 886, aged 
17, entered Wadham College, Ox- 
ford, 17 October 1887, B.A. 26 
June 1890, M.A. 20 May 1893; 
ordained Deacon 20 December 
1891, Priest 28 May 1893, Curate 
of Whitechurch Canonicorum, co. 
Dorset, 1891-2, of Shrewton, co. 
Wilts, 1893-5, and of Corfe Castle, 
CO. Dorset, 1895. 



Reginald Hastings Bartlett 
of Rosario de Santa Fe, Ar- 
gentine Republic ; born at 
Thurloxton 27 August, bapt. 
there 7 October 1870. 



William Leftwich Oldfeld 
Bartlett of Adrian City, Min- 
nesota, U.S.A. ; born at 
Thurloxton 18 December 
1872, bapt. there 12 January 
1873- 



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^artlett of ^arbstone, 
CO. Borsct. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms.— 
.^ure, a fesse or, fretty gules, two cotises 
indented of the second, between two cinque- 
foils in chief, and a cross pattee fitchee in 
base argent. 

Crest. — A demi-eagle or, wings elevated 
azure, on an escutcheon suspended from the 
beak by a ribband of the second, a cross 
patee fitchee gules. 

Motto. — Sapiens incipit a fine. 



William Oldfeld Bartlett (5th= 
son of Thomas Bartlett, Re- 
corder of Wareham, co. Dorset, 
by Anne his wife, dau. and in 
her issue heir of John Vincent 
of Yetminster, co. Dorset, J.P.); 
born at Wareham i8 March, 
bapt. there 25 March 1797 ; of 
Merton College, Oxford, matric- 
ulated 13 December 1814, aged 
17, B. A. 1818, M.A. 1822, Vicar 
of Worth Matravers, co. Dorset, 
September 1822, Vicar of 
Great Canford and Kinson, co. 
Dorset, 16 October 1826; died, 
aged 45, 21 May, bur. at Great 
Canford 28 May 1S42. M.I. 



:Eliza, dau. and in her 
issue heir of the Rev. 
George Tito Brice, M. A., 
Vicar of Great Can- 
ford and Kinson, by 
Frances his wife, dau. 
and heir of Thomas 
Hyde of Arne, co. Dor- 
set; born 17 April 1798; 
marr. at Wareham iS 
February 1823 ; died 
at Kensington, London, 
aged 86, 14 May, bur. 
at Longfleet, co. Dor- 
set, 19 May 1884. 
M.I. there and at Great 
Canford. 



I I 
Eliza, born at Lytchett 
Minster, co. Dorset, 28 
October, bapt. there 18 
November 1823 ; died at 
Great Canford 17 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Wareham 21 
November 1S25. 



William Oldfeld Bartlett 
of Ravenscroft, Park- 
stone, CO. Dorset ; born 
at Lytchett Minster 26 
October, bapt. there 6 
December 1824 some- 
time Assistant Receiver- 
General at the Woods 
and Forests Office, White- 
hall, London. 



I 
Frances Anne, born at Great Can- 
ford 28 October 1826, bapt. there 2 
January 1827 ; marr. at Wimborne 
Minster, co. Dorset, 30 November 
1854, Rev. John Hemery Carnegie 
(son of John Carnegie, M.D., by 
Mary his wife, 7th dau. of James 
Hemery of Columbia House, St. 
Helier's, Jersey) ; born at Fermoy, 
CO. Cork, II June 1813 ; of St. 
Catherine College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1836, M.A. 1839; Rector of Cran- 
borne, co. Dorset, 1842-72, Hon. 
Canon of Sarum, Rector of Bygrave, 
CO. Herts, since 1872. She died at 
Cranborne 29 January, and was bur. 
there 5 February 1867. M.I. 
T- 



I I 
Eleanor Maria of Parkstone, 
born at Great Canford 14 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 29 October 
1830. _ 

Charles Grosvenor Bartlett of 
Grosvenor, Parkstone ; born 
at Great Canford 19 Decem- 
ber 1832, bapt. there 20 
March 1833; Scholar of Win- 
chester College 1843 ; marr. 
at Queenstown, co. Cork, 15 
July 1864, Adelaide Jemima, 
dau. of James Carnegie of 
Tipperary (uncle to Rev. John 
Hemery Carnegie). She died 
s.p. 27 March, bur. at Long- 
fleet I April 1876. M.I. 



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George Thomas 
Bartlett, born at 
Great Canford, 
CO. Dorset, 1 3 
October 1835, 
bapt. there 7 Jan- 
uary 1836 ; died, 
aged 22, 20 Sep- 
tember, bur. in 
Brompton Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middle- 
sex, 25 Septem- 
ber 1858. 



I 
Edward Phelips Bartlett (twin= 
with Harriet Alicia), born at 
Great Canford 13 September, 
bapt. there 20 September 1838; 
died at Kensington, London, 
aged 43, 2 August, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 
5 August 1882. Adriion granted 
in the Principal Registry 18 
September 1882, to Fanny 
Edith Bartlett, the relict. 



=Fanny Edith, 4th dau. of 
William Webb Venn of 
Brighton, co. Sussex, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of 
Alexander Wilson ; born 
at Canonbury, London, 
29 June 1845 ; marr. at 
All Hallow's, Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex, i October 



Harriet Alicia 
(twin with Ed- 
ward Phelips), 
bom at Great 
Canford 13 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
there 20 Sep- 
tember 1838; 
died, aged 11, 
14 May, bur. at 
Great Canford 
18 May 1850. 



Edward Cecil Bartlett of 
Netting Hill, London ; 
born at The Grove, Bal- 
ham, CO. Surrey, 1 1 Au- 
gust, bapt. at All Hallow's, 
Tottenham, 12 September 
1869; Assoc. M. Inst. 
C.E. 



Arthur Wilson Bartlett of 
Notting Hill ; born at 
The Grove, Balham, 9 
August, bapt. at All 
Hallow's, Tottenham, 1 1 
September 1870 ; Solici- 
tor to the Supreme co. Surrey. 
Court of Judicature. 



I I 

Alice Hyde, born 

at Notting Hill 17 

3 April October, bapt. at 

St. James', Norland 



Edith Evelyn, born 

at The Grove 

Balham. 

1872, and bapt. at 

St. Mary Magdalen's Square, Notting 

Chapel, Streatham, Hill, 5 December 



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Facsimile of a Silhouette of Thomas Naunton Catlin, born 
2"/ March 1812, died 15 September 1841 ; in the 
possession of Georgina Julia Robinson, his grand- 
daughter. 



Catlin, 



Arms. — Per chevron, azii 
counterchanged, on 
stinged gules. 



r, three lions passant guardant in pale, 
jrgent, as many snakes nowed sable. 



Thomas Catlin of Butley Abbey, co. Suffolk (son of Thomas Catlin of Playford, 
CO. Suffolk, by Margarett his wife, dau. of Thomas Naunton of Martlesham, co. 
Suffolk, who were marr. by licence at Playford, co. Suffolk, 4 June 1783); born 
at Martlesham and bapt. there [no record in Register'] ; marr. Elizabeth Threadkell 
of Charsfield, co. Suffolk, who died, aged 67, 16 March, bur. at Butley 21 March 
1850. He died, aged 71, 21 March, bur. at Butley 28 March 1855. Portraits 
in oil in the possession of their grand-daughter, Georgina Julia Robinson. 



Thomas Naunton Catlin= 
of Chillesford, co. Suf- 
folk, only son ; born at 
Butley Abbey 27 March, 
bapt. at Butley 5 April 
181 2; died at Chilles- 
ford, aged 29, 15 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Butley 
21 September 1841. 
Adiiion granted by the 
Archdeaconry Court of 
Suffolk, 2 March 1842, 
to Eliza Catlin, the law- 
ful widow and relict. 
Sureties : Henry Ed- 
wards of Woodbridge, 
Merchant, and Robert 
Cana of Woodbridge, 
Auctioneer. Silhouette 
in the possession of his 
grand-daughter, Georg- 
ina Julia Robinson. 



=Eliza, 2nd dau. of Henry= 
Edwards of Woodbridge, 
CO. Suffolk, by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Higham of Cook- 
ham, CO. Suffolk ; born 
at Woodbridge 4 No- 
vember, bapt. there 10 
November 1813 ; marr. 
istly at Woodbridge 4 
April 1837, and 2ndly at 
Costessy, co. Norfolk, 28 
December 1852 ; died at 
Melton, CO. Suffolk, 9 
July, bur. at Butley 14 
July 1892. Will dated 9 
November 1891, proved 
at Ipswich 13 August 
1892. 

(See Edwards Pedigree, 
Vol. /., page 2Si'}. 



=Thomas Crisp of Chilles- 
ford, and afterwards of 
Butley Abbey (son of 
Edwards Crisp of Ren- 
dlesham, co. Suffolk, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
John and Sarah May- 
hew); born at Rendle- 
sham 29 April, bapt. 
there privately 20 May, 
and received into the 
Church 20 July 1808; 
died s.p., aged 60, 22 
January, bur. at Butley 
27 January 1869. M.I. 
Wil'l dated 28 Decem- 
ber 1852, proved in the 
Principal Registry 13 
March 1869. 



I 
Elizabeth, born 
at Budey Abbey; 
died unmarr. at 
Butley Abbey, 
aged 36, 20 
September, bur. 
at Butley 26 Sep- 
tember 1846. 
Portrait in oil 
and a silhouette 
in the possession 
of her great- 
niece, Georgina 
Julia Robinson. 



Eliza, only child ; born at=j=Rev. Thomas Robinson (son of=j=Agnes, dau. of George 



Chillesford Lodge, Chilles- 
ford, 14 April, bapt. at Chil- 
lesford 28 May 1841 ; marr. 
at Butley 26 September 
1862 ; died at Butley Abbey, 
aged 26, 13 January, bur. at 
Butley 21 January 1868. 
I St wife. Portrait in oil by 
Miss Kersey in the possession 
of her daughter, Georgina 
Julia Robinson. 



Nathaniel Robinson of Littlebury, co. 
Essex, by Sarah his wife [Miniature 
portrait by Brauivhite in the possession 
of her grand-daughter, Georgina Julia 
Robinson], dau. of John Wadham of 
Frenchay House, co. Gloucester [ Por- 
trait in oil in the possession of Rev. 
TJiomas Robinson, grandson of John 
Wadham] ) ; born at Littlebury, co. 
Essex, 27 December 1837, bapt. at 
Littlebury 2 February 1838 ; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859; 
Vicar of Ewshot, co. Hants, from i 



Abraham Crawley of 
Highgate and 20 White- 
hall Place, London, by 
Caroline his wife, dau. 
of David Powell of 
Loughton, CO. Essex ; 
born 16 January, bapt. 
at St. Michaels', High- 
gate, February 1841 ; 
marr. at Crookham, co. 
Hants, 28 December 
1869. 2nd wife. 



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tfi-cr-'f^^ 



fmmmx of ^toillj), to. Bebon. 



James Furneaux of Swilly, co. Devon (eldest son of Rev.- 
James Furneaux of Swilly, by Harriet his wife, dau. of 
Rev. Josias Foot); born at Swilly 2 August 1785, and bapt. 
at Stoke, co. Devon ; educated at Winchester College (Com- 
moner 1 798- 1 802, Scholar 1802-4) and Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 April 1804, aged iS; entered Hon'''^ East 
India Co.'s .Service, Bengal, Assistant Judge at Burdwan, 
India; died at Brislington, co. Somerset, aged 33, 2 December, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Bath, co. Somerset, 11 December 181 7. 
Will proved at Calcutta. 



=Anna Maria, dau. of Thomas 
Romney of St. Andrew's, co. 
Herts, by his wife, Elizabeth 
Graves of Cheshunt, co. Herts; 
born in 1793: marr. at T'ort 
William, Calcutta, India, 4 No- 
vember 1812; died at Ply- 
mouth, CO. Devon, i March, 
bur. in Stoke Cemetery 4 March 
1880. 



James Furneaux of 
Swilly; born at Cal- 
cutta, India, 31 Oct. 
1S13, and bapt. 
there ; educated at 
Winchester College 
1828-32 ; Ensign 
17th Regiment; 
died at Berkey, co. 
Somerset, 14 Aug., 
bur. there 18 Aug. 
1874. Will dated 18 
Aug. 1863, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 592, 
74), 24 Sept. 1874, 
by Rev. Willliam 
Duckworth Fur- 
neaux, Rector of 
Berkley, co. Somer- 
set, the brother, the 
sole Exor. 



Rev. William Duckworth^ 
Furneaux of Swilly; born at 
Calcutta 2 August 181 5, and 
bapt. there ; educated at 
Tiverton School, co. Devon, 
and Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 January 1834, 
aged 18, B.A. 1837, M.A. 

1840, Deacon 1840, Priest 

1841, Canterbury; Curate of 
Barnes, co. Surrey, 1840-42, 
P.C. of Walton, co. Warwick, 
1842-60, Rector of Berkley, 
CO. Somerset, 1860-74; died 
at Berkley 9 December, bur. 
there 13 December 1874. Will 
dated 16 December 1873, 
proved at Wells 16 January 
1875, by Louisa Furneaux of 
Berkley, co. Somerset, the 
relict, the sole Extrix. 



^^ .C^^^,<^C.£,^C^c^^^(i, 



■Louisa, eldest dau. of 
William Dickins of Cher- 
ington, CO. Warwick, J. P. 
and D.L., by Lucy his 
wife, dau. of the Hon'''= 
Sir James Allan Park, 
Judge of Common Pleas; 
born at Caroline Street, 
London, 21 Feb., bapt. 
at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, 
London, 23 March 1822 ; 
marr. at Cherington 13 
Aug. 1846; died at Leam- 
ington, CO. Warwick, 8 
June, bur. at Berkley 13 
June 1885. Will dated 
8 May 1875, with codicil 
dated 26 Dec. 1883, 
proved at Birmingham 16 
Oct. 1885, by Rev. Wil- 
liam Mordaunt Furneaux 
of the Hall, Repton, co. 
Derby, and Rev. Walter 
Coplestone Furneaux of 
Leamington Priors, co. 
Warwick, the sons, the 
Exors. 



I 
John Romney 
Furneaux, born 
at sea off Cape 
of Good Hope 
21 March 181 7; 
Midshipman in 
Royal Navy ; 
died at Yar- 
mouth 14 No- 
vember, bur. 
there 28 No- 
vember 1887. 



I i 

Alice Emma, Rev. William Mordaunt Furneaux of Swilly ; born= 
born at Wal- at Walton 29 July, bapt. there 13 August i. 
ton ir July, educated at Radley College 1S58-60, Marlborough 
bapt. there 8 College 1861-6S, and Corpus Christi College, 
August 1847. Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1868, aged 19, B.A. 
1872, M.A. 1875, Deacon 1874, Priest 1875 
(Sarum), Assistant Master at Clifton College 1873, 
at Marlborough College 1874-82, Headmaster of 
Repton School since 1882, Hon. Canon of South- 
well i8gi. 



=pCaroline Octavia, youngest 
dau. of Joseph Mortimer of 
Weymouth, co. Dorset, by 
Frances BuUivant his wife ; 
born at Weymouth 22 May, 
bapt. at ^lelcombe Regis, 
CO. Dorset, 8 November 
1841 ; marr. at Preshute, co. 
Wilts, II April 1877. 



Dorothy, born at Preshute, co. 
Wilts, 17 December 1878, bapt. 
there 10 February 1879. 



I 
Marjorie, born at Preshute 14 
January, bapt. there 8 March 
1880. 



Edith, born at Preshute 
7 November, bapt. there 
5 December 1881. 



H351B1 



I 

Gertrude Annie, eldest=j=Rev. Walter Copleston Furneaux, born at= 
dau. of Colonel Gordon | Walton, co. Warwick, 14 August, bapt. there 
Young of the Bengal g September 1849 ; educated at Marlborough 
Staff Corps, Commis- College 1863-67, and at Brasenose College, 
sioner of Delhi, India; Oxford, matriculated 3 December 1868, aged 
born at Rawul Pindi, ig, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875, Deacon 1874, 
India, 19 July, bapt. Priest 1875 (Bath and Wells), Curate of Berk- 
there 28 August 1861 ; ley, co. Somerset, 1874-75, Rector of Berkley 
marr. at St. James', 1875-77, Curate of Leeds 1877-S0, Chaplain 
Delhi, 26 April i88i ; Bengal Establishment 1880-83, Vicar of 
died at Lahore, India, Leamington, co. Warwick, 1884-96, Vicar of 

30 December, bur. there Mortlake with East Sheen, co. Surrey, 1896, 

31 December 1882. ist Rural Dean of Barnes, co. Surrey, 1896. 
wife. 



I 
Gertrude Cecile, born at Lahore 
22 December 1882, bapt. there 
2 January 1883. 



Caroline Rosa, 2nd 
dau. of Colonel James 
George John Templer, 
M.A., J. P., of Lind- 
ridge, co. Devon, by 
Frances Elizabeth his 
wife, eldest dau. of 
Joseph Mortimer of 
Weymouth, co^ Dorset; 
born at Lindridge 31 
May, bapt. at Bishop's 
Teignton, co. Devon, 
26 June 1861 ; marr. 
there 13 September 
1886 ; died at Leam- 
ington 16 February, 
bur. at Milverton, co. 
Warwick, 20 February 
1895. 2nd wife. 




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Reginald James Furneaux, born at 
Leamington 25 July, bapt. there 26 
July 1888; died at Leamington 11 
March, bur. at Milverton 13 March 
1889. 



Philip Templer Furneaux, 
born at Leamington 23 
September, bapt. there 7 
November 1889. 



Eileen Gladys, 
born at Leaming- 
ton 16 October, 
bapt. there 28 
November 1892. 



I 

Cecilia Lucy, born at Walton, co. Warwick, 4 January, bapt. there 2 February 185 1 ; marr. 
at Berkley, co. Somerset, 29 July 1875, Rev. Charles John Scott Churchill (eldest son of 
Rev. John Churchill, Chaplain liombay Presidency, by Emma Dorothea his wife, dau. of 
Charles Scott Stokes of Beachley, co. Monmouth); born at Sholapoor, Bombay. India, 16 
November 1844; educated at Marlborough College 1859-65, and at Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1865, aged 20, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872 ; Assistant Master at 
Shrewsbury School since 1870. She died at Shrewsbury 4 September, and was bur. there 7 
September 1882. =;= 

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Ernest Alan Furneaux,- 
born at Cherington, co. 
Warwick, 2 November, 
bapt. at Walton 17 De- 
cember 1854; educated 
at Marlborough College 
1866-70 ; in J. M. 
Currie's Shipping Office j 
at Havre 1872-86; died I 
at Bath, co. Somerset, I 
22 February, bur. at ! 
Berkley 25 February 
1892. Will dated 18 
August 1884, proved at 
Bristol 17 June 1892, 
by Zoe Marion Fur- 
neaux, the relict, the 
sole Extrix. 



=Zoe Marion, 3rd dau. of Rev. 
George Carless Swayne, B.D., 
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, Chaplain at Havre ; born 
at Oxford 7 July 1858, and bapt. 
at St. Giles', Oxford ; marr. at 
Emmanuel Church, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, 2 August 1884. 



I 
Leonard Romney Furneaux, born 

at Cherington i November, bapt. 
at Walton 18 December 1859; 
educated at Marlborough College 
1872-78, and at Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, matriculated 21 
October 1878, B.A. 1882, M.A. 
1885 ; Assistant Master at Rossall 
School since 18S4. 




Harold Ernest Furneaux, born at 
Havre 9 May, bapt. at the English 
Church, Havre, in June 1885 ; died 
6 October, bur. at Havre 8 October 



Frances Margaret, born at Clifton 
23 February, bapt. at All Saints', 
CHfton, 28 March 1887. 



(4/^ .TU^PU^.^tU^ 



Eofkett of %\)t Hollies, ©ber, to, Cfjester, 



Arms. — Argent, a fetterlock sable, on a chief 
heads erect and erased of the first. 

Cres/. — An arm in armour, couped at the sho 
fessewise or. 

Motlo. — Tenuimus. 



a pheon or, between two boars' 
proper, purfled, grasping a key 



Mary, dau. of Peter= 
Fawcett of Liverpool, 
CO. Lane. ; born in 
1766; inarr. at Sand- 
bach, CO. Chester, 6 
February 1793 ; died 
2 October same year, 
and bur. at Quaker's 
Chapel, Liverpool. 
I St wife. 



=John Lockett of Wheelock, parish of Sandbach,= 
CO. Chester (son of John Lockett of Brindley 
Green, Brereton, and of Smallwood, co. Chester, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. and heiress of Randle 
Hall of Brereton) ; born at Brereton 20 Decem- 
ber 1766, bapt. there 24 January 1767 ; died at 
Witton, CO. Chester, 5 January, bur. there 10 
January 1831. 



=Frances, 2nd dau. of 
William Hilditch of 
Wheelock, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Cartwright of 
Sandbach ; born 18 
March, bapt. at Sand- 
bach 7 April 1780; 
marr. there 10 April 
1799; died 22 Au- 
gust, bur. at Witton 
26 August 1841. 2nd 
wife. 



I 
Rev. William Lockett of The Hollies, Over, co.= 
Chester, born at Wheelock 24 October, bapt. at 
Sandbach 27 October 1800; of Queen's College, 
Cambridge, B.D. 8 May 1835, admitted Deacon 
at Chester 3 October 1824, Priest at same place 
20 November 1825, perpetual Curate of Weten- 
hall, CO. Chester, 16 March 1829; died at Over 
13 January, bur. there 18 January 1867. Will 
dated 28 July 1866, proved at Chester 18 February 
1867, by Francis Hall Lockett of The Hollies, 
Over, CO. Chester, the son, one of the Exors. 



^cltc^u^^ Z^ ^ "^CtA^ 



I 

=Mary, eldest dau. of Frances, born at 
Richard Lathbury Wheelock i Jan- 
Dudley of Winsford uary 1802, bapt. at 
Lodge, CO. Chester, Sandbach the same 
by Sarah his wife, day ; died unmarr. 
only dau. of Charles 3 April, bur. at 
Reade of Congleton, Witton 8 April 
CO. Chester; born at 1835. 
Nantwich, co. Chester, 
1 7 September, bapt. 
there 19 September 
1800 ; marr. at Daven- 
ham, CO. Chester, 27 
December 1826 ; died 
at Over Lodge 24 De- 
cember, bur. at Over 
28 December 1839. 
M.L 



I 
William Dudley Lockett, born 
at Leftwich Cottage, Daven- 
ham, CO. Chester, 8 September, 
bapt. there 9 September 1S27 ; 



I . I 

John Cartwright Lockett, George Lockett, born at 

born at Leftwich Cottage, Leftwich Cottage, Daven- 

Davenham, 17 September ham, 28 March 1830, bapt. 

1828, bapt. there the same there the same day ; died 29 



died unmarr. 17 October, bur. in day; died unmarr. 29 July, March, bur. at Davenham 31 



St. Pancras Cemetery, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 22 October 1866. 



bur. at Ov*r i .August 1S51. March 1830. 



I 

Henry Hilditch Lockett, born 
at Over Lodge, co. Chester, i8 
July 1831, bapt. there the 
same day; died 23 January, 
bur at Over 26 January 1832. 



I 
Harriet, born at Over Lodge 16 
September 1833, bapt. there same 
day ; marr. 7 May 1868, James 
Cooke, M.R.C.S.L., eldest son of 
James Cooke of Glasgow. He 
died 3 December, bur. in Lockett 
vault, St. Chad's, Over, 6 Decem- 
ber 1877. =i= 



I 

Frederick Hall Lockett, 
born at Over Lodge 15 
December 1834, bapt. 
there same day; died 15 
May, bur. at Over 1 9 May 
i835- 



Edward Hilditch Lockett, 
born at Over Lodge 4 
January 1836, bapt. there 
same day ; died 3 March, 
bur. at Over 5 March 
1836. 



[ 
Rev. Francis Hall Lockett of The= 
Hollies, Over ; born at Over Lodge 
27 November 1839, bapt. there the 
same day ; of Trinity College, Dub- 
hn, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870 ; Vicar 
of Lumb in Rossendale, co. Lane, 
since 1882. 



=Alice Maria, eldest surviving 
dau. of Thomas Dorrington 
of Manchester, ^LR.C.S.L., 
by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of 
Kinder Wood of Manchester, 
]\LR.C.S.L. ; born 19 July 
1843; niarr. 3 February 1875. 



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38 



ileare. 



William Beare of St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwich (son of Henry=f=Martha Pile of Worstead, co. 

Beare of Walsingham, co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife) ; born I Norfolk; born 26 July 1748; 

at Walsingham, and bapt. there 13 November 1749; died at died 30 November 18 12, bur. 

Norwich 26 January 1823, and bur. at St. Mary's Baptist Chapel, ! at St. Mary's Baptist Chapel, 

Norwich. M.I. ' Norwich. M.I. Silhouette 

in the possession of her grand- 
son, William Woodthorpe 
Beare. 



^^^^-^^^^'^ 



U^iCc^-i^^^ 



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William Beare of Bun 



gay. 



born at St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, 
27 March 1785, and bapt. at St. 
Mary's Baptist Chapel, Norwich ; died, 
aged 47, 5 January, bur. at Heigham, 
CO. Norfolk, II January 1S32. M.I. 
Silhouette in the possession of his son, 
William Woodthorpe Beare. 



Suffolk ;=j=Lois, youngest dau. of Robert Browne of Lowes- 



^/^. 



e^a^y^ 



toft, CO. Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife (Silhouette 
in the possession of her grandson, William Wood- 
thorpe Beare), dau. of John Woodthorpe of 
Carlton Colville, co. Suffolk ; born at Lowestoft 
5 January, bapt. privately 7 January 1788 
(baptism registered at Lowestoft) ; marr. there 
16 September 1811 ; died, aged 49, 6 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Heigham 9 December 1837. M.I. 
Silhouette in the possession of her son, IVilliam 
Woodthorpe Beare. 



Other 
issue. 



Lucy, born at Bungay 18 July, bapt. at Bungay 
Independent Chapel 21 Aug. 1812; died 29 
Dec. 18S2, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, i Jan. 1SS3. i\I.I. 

Lois Anne, born at Bungay 1 1 Sept., bapt. at 
Bungay Independent Chapel 19 Oct. 1813; 
marr. at St. James', Bermondsey, co. Surrey, 
3 Nov. 1838, William Tarn (son of Thomas 
Tarn) ; born at Barnard Castle, co. Durham, 
8 Sept. 181 7; died, aged 59, on Friday, 22 
Jan., bur. in Nunhead Cemetery, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 27 Jan. 1875. M.I. Will dated 
12 May 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 178, 75) 18 
Feb. 1875, by William Tarn of Newington 
Causeway, David Law, John Scott, and 
Thomas Burrowes, four of the Exors. She 
died at Homewood, Chislehurst, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 8 Sept., and was bur. in Nunhead 
Cemetery on Tuesday, 14 Sept. 1869. M.I. 

{See A far ten Pedigree, page 6j.) 

Emma, born at Bungay 22 July, bajjt. at Bun- 
gay Independent Chapel ii Sept. 1815 ; marr. 
Charles Sparks, who died in Australia, and was 
bur. there. She died in 1889, and was bur. 
at Buninyong, Australia. 



William Woodthorpe=j=Louisa, dau. of James 
Beare of Woodthorpe, Prier of Newington, co. 
Surrey, by Elizabeth 
Weimffheimer his wife ; 
born 14 May, bapt. at 
St. George-the-Martyr, 
Southwark, London, 7 
June 181 2 ; marr. at 
York Street Congrega- 
tional Chapel, Walworth, 
CO. Surrey, 10 April 
1851. 



Clapham Park, 
Surrey ; born at Bun- 
gay 27 March, bapt. 
at Bungay Indepen- 
dent Chapel 27 May 
1817. 



Louisa, born 26 September 1852, and bapt. 
privately ; marr. at Clapham Congregational 
Chapel 19 September 1878, to Frederick 
Craven of Bradford, co. York (son of Joseph 
Craven of Clapham Park, J. P., by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Simeon Townend) ; born at 
Thornton, co. York, 7 November 1853, and 
bapt. at Thornton Congregational Chapel. 



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Robert Browne Beare, 
born 23 October, bapt. 
at Bungay Independent 
Chapel, CO. Suffolk, 25 
December 1818 ; died 
at Inglewood, Victoria, 
Australia, 5 August 
1874, and was bur. 
there. 



Marianne, born at Bungay 5 February, 
bapt. at Bungay Independent Chapel 
4 September 1820 ; marr. Matthew- 
Philip Seaborne of Ebury Street, Pim- 
lico, CO. Middlesex ; born in 1829 ; 
died 5 May, bur. in Brompton Ceme- 
tery, London, 9 May 1862. M.I. 
She died 28 August, and was bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery 4 September 
1866. M.I. His will dated 5 Jan- 
uary 1858, was proved (Prin. Reg., 
415, 62) 22 July 1862, by ^\411iam 
Woodthorpe Beare of Grove Hill, 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, one of the 
Exors. =r= 



George Henry Beare, born at 
Bungay 20 August, bapt. at 
Bungay Independent Chapel 
6 November 182 1 ; marr. 
Emily Short of Nonvich, who 
died, aged 76, and was bur. 
in Ore Cemetery, Hastings, 
CO. Sussex II December 
1894. He died 30 June, and 
was bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
tery, London, 5 July 1871. 
M.I. Will dated i August 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 458, 
71) 30 June 187 1, by Emily 
Beare, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. =j= 



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Elizabeth Martha, born at Bungay 10 
December 1822, bapt. at Bungay Inde- 
pendent Chapel 14 October 1823; died 
13 March, bur. at Heigham, co. Norfolk, 
18 March 1837. M.I. . 



Charlotte Jane, born at Bungay 17 April, 
bapt. at Bungay Independent Chapel 14 
September 1825 ; marr. at St. Pancras, 
London, 30 November 1858, John Power 
of Brecon, co. Brecon ; born 1 2 July 
1832; died 31 October, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery 4 November 1863. 



Benjamin Charles Beare, born 14 October 1826, 
bapt. at Bungay Independent Chapel i May 1827 ; 
marr. Eliza Best of Newington, co. Surrey. He 
died s.p. 31 December 1855, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery 5 January 1856. M.I. She marr. 
2ndly John Treadwell of Southwark, co. Surrey, 
who died 23 January, and was bur. in the Ceme- 
tery, Worthing, co. Sussex, 28 January 1891. M.I. 



Edwin Horace Beare, born i November 1828, 
bapt. at Bungay Independent Chapel 8 January 
1830; died 3 October, bur. at Heigham 7 October 
i8-,6. M.I. 



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Facsimile of a Silhouette of William Beare of Bungay, 
born 2 J March 1785, died 5 January i8j2 ; in the 
possession of William Woodthorpe Beare, his son. 



Facsimile of a Silkotieftc taken in Septeiitbcr 1816 of Lois, 
daughter of Robert Browtie of Loivestoft, and zvife of 
William Beare of Bungay, born 5 January ij88, died 
6 December iSjj ; in the possession of William Wood- 
thorpe Beare, her son. 



Facsimile of a Silhouette of Elizabeth, wife of Robert 
Broivne of Lowestoft, died, aged S6, in iSj2 ; in the 
possession of M'illiain Woodthorpe Deare, her grandson. 



Facsimile of a SilJiouctte of Martha Pile, zvife of William 
Beare of Norwich, born 26 July 1848, died jo Novem- 
ber 181 2 ; in the possession of William Woodthorpe 
Beare, her grandson. 



f]^nmm of Wjfeefjam ^ouse, ^antsate. 
to. J^tnt. 



William Fynmore (only child of William Fynmore of Jamaica, = 
West Indies, by Elizabeth his wife) ; born at Saint Jago de la 
Vega, Jamaica, 22 February, bapt. 29 March 
1758 (Sponsors: Hon'"'"= Samuel Whitehorne, 
Stephen Richard Redwood, and Anne his 
wife, sister of Elizabeth Fynmore) ; sent to 
England 1765 ; Vestry Clerk of St. Martin 
in-the-Fields, Westminster, for many years, 
retiring from that office in 182S ; Lieu- 
tenant in the Prince of Wales' Middlesex 
Volunteers 8 September 1S03, and was 
present with his regiment at the funeral of 
Lord Nelson; was presented by Arthur F^n'mT'^ "fC'l""" 
Onslow 4 May 1785 to the Grand Lodge of ' janmica; ^'''°' 
Freemasons as his successor in the office of 
Grand Steward ; died at his residence, St. Mary Abbot's Ter- 
race, Kensington, London, aged 74, 28 August, bur. at St. Mary 
Abbot's 3 September 1832, where there is a mural tablet to 
his memory. Will dated 21 July 1832, proved (P.C.C, 571 
Tenterden) 11 September 1832, by Thomas Fynmore and 
Thomas George Fynmore, the son, two of the Eiiors. 




=Jane, only dau. of Captain 
Thomas Stubbs of the 52nd 
Regiment of Foot, by Mary 
his wife ; sister of Major- 
General Sir Thomas William 
Stubbs, K.T.S., Knighted by 
the Prince Regent 10 October 
1 81 7, formerly of the 50th Regi- 
ment, afterwards in the Portu- 
gese Service, and at one time 
Military Governor of Oporto ; 
marr. 11 August 1789; died at 
Kensington 27 March, bur. in 
West Brompton Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 3 April 1856. Will 
dated 14 Tune 1849, proved 
(P.C.C, 288, 56) 28 April 
1856, by Thomas George Fyn- 
more and Arthur Rodon 
Fynmore, the sons, two of the 
Exors. 



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William Fynmore, born 25 
February, bapt. at St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, Westminster, 6 
April 1796; died 3 April, bur. 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields 5 
April 1797. _ 

Thomas George Fynmore, born 
31 October 1797 (Sponsors: 
Thomas Fynmore, James Lewis, 
and Mrs. Stubbs) ; married 
Harriet Stevens. He died s.p., 
aged 73, 4 December, bur. at 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 13 De- 
cember 1870. Will dated 14 
November 1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 22, 71) 23 January 
1871, by Frederick Spratt and 
Richard John Fynmore of Sand- 
gate, CO. Kent, the nephews, the 
Exors. 



I 
William Stubbs Fynmore, born= 
28 December 1799, and bapt. 
privately ; received into the 
church at St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields 15 May 1 80 1 (Sponsors : 
George Stubbs, W. Fynmore, 
and Mrs. Thomas Fynmore ; 
died at 41 Manor Road, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 19 May, 
bur. in Folkestone Cemetery 
25 May 1883. Will dated 25 
November 1863, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 505, 83), 29 June 1883, 
by Anne Fynmore, the relict, 
the sole Executri.x. 



=Anne, eldest dau. of Richard 
Messenger Jenner of Sun- 
ningwell, co. Berks ; born in 
August 1812 ; marr. at Sun- 
ningwell 20 December 1834 ; 
died 3 April, bur. with her 
husband in Folkestone Ceme- 
tery 8 .A.pril 1885. Will dated 
I August 1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 425, 85) 4 May 1885, 
by Richard John Fynmore of 
Sandgate, co. Kent, the son, 
the sole Exor. 




I 

Arthur Rodon Fynmore, born 22 March, =Elizabeth, dau. of 
bapt. privately 28 April 1801, and re- Denny Rix of Nor- 
ceived into the church at St. Martin-in- wich, co. Norfolk; 
the-Fields, Westminster, 15 May 1801, died at 7 Upper 
with his brother, William Stubbs (Spon- Porchester Street, 
sors : Mr. Sergeant Onslow, the Hon'''^ London, i March 
Mr. Rodon, and Miss Stubbs); died s.p. 1874. Will dated 
13 November, bur. in Kensal Green 16 February 1874, 
Cemetery 19 November 1863. Will proved (Prin. Reg., 
dated 4 October i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 319, 74) 6 May 
702, 63) 29 December 1863, by Elizabeth 1874, by Zachariah 
Fynmore, the relict, one of the Exors. Rice Rix, the 

brother, and George 
Rix, the nephew, the 




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James Fynmore, born 22 Feb- 
ruary 1803; died 8 March, bur. 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields 12 
March 1803. 

Elizabeth Lewis, born 1 1 Oc- 
tober, bapt. privately 9 Novem- 
ber 1805, and received into 
the Church at St. Martin-in- 
the-Fields 21 January 1807 
(Sponsors : Mrs. Eliza Boggis, 
Miss Eliza Lewis, and Captain 
George Stubbs) ; marr. John 
Jenner of Reading, co. Berks. 
She died, aged 65, 3 March, 
and was bur. at Cheriton, co. 
Kent, 7 ALirch 1S70. 



Mary Anne, died unmarried 16 
April 1879. 



Mary Anne of 41 Manor William Thomas Fynmore, born 31 July 1837: killed in a railway 
Road, Folkestone, co. accident 12 September, bur. in Reading Cemetery, co. Berks, 20 
Kent; born 7 September, September 1855. 
bapt. at St. Giles', Reading, 
20 October 1835. 




Richard John Fynmore, born at= 
Reading, co. Berks, ii July, bapt. at 
St. Giles', Reading, 15 August 1839; 
held a commission in ist Kent Ar- 
tillery Volunteers i June 1872, and 
retired with rank of Lieut.-Colonel 27 
June 1891, received Volunteer Decora- 
tion 29 November 1892, Chairman 
Sandgate Local Board 1884-88, and 
Chairman of the Sandgate Urban Dis- 
trict Council since its formation in 
1895, J-P- for Folkestone, co. Kent, 
1894. 



=Alice Julia, dau. of Richard 
Bradfield Jenner of Sand- 
gate, CO. Kent, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Edward Pierce 
of St. Leonard's, co. Sussex, 
and niece of Benjamin Crut- 
tal Pierce-Seaman, M.D., 
J.P. and D.L., of Rotherby 
Hall, CO. Leicester ; born 24 
January, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Folkestone, 2 April 
1851; marr. at Cheriton, co. 
Kent, 21 June 1870. 



Jane Emily of 41 Manor 
Road, Folkestone; born 
18 February, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Reading, 13 May 
1841. _ 

James Arthur Fynmore; 
died, aged 14 months, 26 
March, bur. in St. Giles' 
Burial Ground, Reading, 
31 March 1846. 



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William Fynmore, born 4 December, died 7 
December, and bur. at Cheriton 9 December 
1871. _ 

Arthur Henry Wickham Fynmore, born 3 
January, bapt. at Sandgate 19 February 1S73. 



Mary Mayott Symes, born 12 September, bapt. at 
Sandgate 6 October 1875. 



Mil 

Alice Mercy Rodon, born 30 July, bapt. at 
Sandgate 17 September 1879. 



William Humphrey Jenner Fynmore, born 
19 January, bapt. at Sandgate 19 February 
1882. _ 

Eleanor Anne Stubbs, born 15 May, bapt. 
at Sandgate 6 July 1 884. 



Beatrice Lota, born 30 July, bapt. at Sandgate 
29 August 1877. 



Phyllis Sarah St. John, born 24 June, bapt. 
at Sandgate 3 August 1S92. 



/Cc^'/c»-€c^ ^^^C^C^C^C.c^'^l^C 



ClougJj^CajIor of fivh$ lall. to. JSorfe. 




,4r//is on record in the College 
of Arms. —Ermine, on a pale 
engrailed sable, three lions 
passant or. 

Crest.— K leopard passant, 
per pale, proper and ermine, the 
dexter paw resting on a shield 
of the arms. 



Edward Clough-Taylor of Kirkham Abbey,n 
CO. York (only child of Thomas Clough of 
Bishop's Stortford, co. Herts, by Susanne his 
wife, dau. of John Tyler of Bishop's Stortford, 
who was sth of the nine children of Thomas 
Clough of Otley, previously of Cowthorpe, co. 
York, by Sarah his wife, 4th dau. of Sir Henry 
Goodricke, 4th Bart., of Ribston, co. York, by 
Mary his wife, only child of Tobias Jenkyns of 
Grimston, co. York, by Mary his ist wife, 2nd 
dau. of Charles Paulet, ist Duke of Bolton) ; 
born at Bishop's Stortford 28 January 1786; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1807, M.A. 
1814, J. P. and D.L. for co. York; by Royal 
Licence dated 12 September 1807, he took the 
name and arms of Taylor in accordance with 
the will of his grand-uncle, the Rev. Henry 
Goodricke of Sutton-on-the-Forest, co. York, 
whose ist wife was Margaret, youngest dau. 
and coheir of John Taylor of Beverley, co. 
York ; purchased the Kirkham Abbey Estate 
from Barnard Clarkson in 1832, and built the 
present house in 1838, and altered it in 1844; 
died at Kirkham Abbey 14 May, bur. at 
Crambe, co. York, 21 May 1851. 



Emma Georgiana 
Bentley, dau. of 
William Badcock, 
by Sophia his wife, 
dau. of Richard 
Cumberland, the 
celebrated drama- 
tist, and sister of 
Lady Edward Beu- 
tinck ; born at Bath 
15 July 1802; marr. 
at Bolton Percy, co. 
York, 8 January 
1822; died at 2 
St. Mary's, York, 
aged 82, 28 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in York 
Cemetery 5 March 
1885. M.L Will 
dated 7 February 
1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 293, 85) 12 
March 1885, by 
Llewelyn Malcolm 
\\'ynne, one of the 
Exors. 



Edward Clough-Taylor of Kirkham Abbey; born at^Sophia Mary, eldest dau and coheir of 
Easthorpe, co. York, 25 September, bapt. at Amotherby, | Rev. Thomas Harrison, M.A ot tirby 
CO York 30 September 1822; of Trinity College, Cam- Hall, co. York (who mhented Firby Hall 
bridge B A. 184s, M-A. 184S, J-P- and D.L. for co. from his uncle, Robert Harrisoii, in 
York;' sold Kirkham Abbey in March 1878; died at 1802), by Anna his wife dau. of El.as 
Coneysthorpe 13 December, bur. at Westow, co. York, ' Lichbald of Malton and Thorpe Bas- 



[7 December 181; 



! set, CO. York; born 30 May 1825 
I and bapt. at Westow; marr. there 1 
I September 1848. 



Edward HarJison C!ough-=pLady EH.al-th^Ca^p^n, 2nd dau of Ge^ 8t^ 



Taylor, born at Firby 19 
June, bapt. at Westow 2 
August 1849 ; educated at 
Harrow, late Major Royal 
Welsh Fusihers, A.D.C. to 
Viceroy of India 1880-84. 



K G , by his ist wife, the Lady Elizabeth Georgiana, C.I., Member 
of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert (2nd class) eldest dau. of 
George Granville, 2nd Duke of Sutherland, K.G.; born at Preston- 
field, near Edinburgh, 14 February 1852; maiT. at St. Mary Abbot s, 
Kensington, London, 17 July 1880; died at Dalchenna House, 
Inveraray, co. Argyll, 24 Seiitember, bur. at Rosneath, co. Argyll, 
29 September 1896. Will dated 5 July 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 138, 96) 9 November 1896, by Major Edward Harrison Clough- 
Taylor, the sole Exor. 



Edward Lome Frederic Clough-Taylor, 
born at Simla, India, 26 October 1881, 

and bapt. at Calcutta. 

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Lesley Venetia, born at Castle Howard, 
CO. York, 14 September, bapt. in the 
Chapel there xo October 18S6. 



Thomas CIough-Taylor, 
born at Easthorpe, co. 
York, 27 August, bapt. 
at Amotherby, co. York, 
I September 1823 ; 
Captain 41st Regiment; 
died at Meerut, India, 
10 July 1859, and bur. 
there. 

Emma Clough, born at 
Easthorpe 29 July, bapt. 
there privately i August 
1824, received into the 
church at .\motherby 26 
September 1825 ; died 
25 November 1825, and 
bur. at Appleton-le- 
Street, co. York. 



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Harriet Mary Anne Clough, 
born at Easthorpe, and bapt. 
at Amotherby; died at Kirk- 
ham, CO. York, 13 February, 
bur. at Crambe, co. York, 
20 February 1851. 

A daughter, born 28 No- 
vember 1826; died soon 
after birth, and bur. at 
Appleton-le-Street. 

Henry CIough-Taylor, born 
at Easthorpe 23 September 
1829, and bapt. there pri- 
vately the next day; died 
26 September 1829, and 
bur. at Appleton-le-Street. 



Emma Sarah Clough, born at Easthorpe, 
and bapt. at Amotherby ; marr. at York 
6 February 1855, Henry Pratt Gore, 
Major 6th Regiment of Foot; died at 
York 4 September, bur. in York 
Cemetery 10 September 1863. Adiiion 
granted at the Principal Registry 15 
October 1863, to Emma Sarah Clough 
Gore, the relict. She died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 27 November, bur. in York 
Cemetery 2 December 1893. M.I. 
Will dated 25 October 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 327, 94) 6 March 1894, 
by Edward Francis Maxwell Ryan and 
Patrick John Quin, the Exors. 



Sophia Leonora Clough, born at Firby, co. 
York, and bapt. at Westow, co. York ; marr. at 
Whitwell, CO, York, 9 November 1875, Henry 
Barrington Callander of Ardkinlas, co. Argyll 
(2nd son of James Henry Callander of Craig- 
forth and Ardkinlas, co. Argyll, M.P. for that 
county, by his 2nd wife, Charlotte Edith 
Eleonora, only dau. of John George Campbell, 
and niece of Walter Frederick Campbell of 
Islay) ; born at Ardkinlas 19 May 1850. 



Constance Caroline Clough, born at Kirkham 
Abbey 11 January 1855, and bapt. at Westow; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
5 August 1885, Augustus William Byron 
(only son of the Hon'''<= and Rev. Augustus 
Byron, M.A., Rector of Kirkby Mallory, co. 
Leicester, by Frederica his wife, youngest 
dau. of Lieut.-General Sir Thomas McMahon, 
Bart., K.C.B.); born 23 February 1856; 
Lieutenant Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry. 



Harriet AnnaGeorgina Clough, born at Kirkham 
Abbey 23 October 1852, and bapt. at Westow. 



Horatio George Clough-=Ethel Maud, 2nd dau. of the Hon^^ 

Taylor, born at Kirkham and Rev. Augustus Byron, M.A., Rec- 

12 October 1856, and tor of Kirkby Mallory, by Frederica his 

bapt. privately in the wife, youngest dau. of Lieut.-General 

Library at Kirkham ; Sir Thomas McMahon, Bart., K.C.B. ; 

Major Leicestershire born 10 January 1858 : marr. at Kirkby, 

Yeomanry Cavalry. co. Leicester, 9 January 1SS9. 



Leonard Goodricke CIough- 
Taylor, born at Kirkham" 5 
January, bapt. at Westow, 
CO. York, 18 April 1858; 
Captain Connaught Rangers; 
died at Cawnpore, India, 22 
April 1892, and bur. there. 



CJ)omas» 



Robert Moseley Thomas of Calcutta, India= 
(son of Rev. Thomas Thomas of Peckham, 
CO. Surrey, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Rev. 
Robert Moseley of Birmingham); born at 
Peckham in January 1787; died at Cal- 
cutta, aged 42, 20 July 1829, and bur. there. 



=Ann Trepaud Macdougall Campbell, born in 1783; 
marr. at Calcutta 24 December 1808 ; died in 
Paris, aged 72, 2 November 1865, and bur. at 
Montmartre Cemetery, Paris. She was a Catholic, 
but was bur. in Montmartre Cemetery by order of 
her son-in-law, Sir Henry Byng Haringto?i. 



Sarah Ann Russell, born at Calcutta 3 December 1809; marr. 
at Calcutta 12 September 1829, Sir Henry Byng Harmgton, 
K.C.S.I. (son of Henry H. Harington of Madras, Member of 
Council of India, and Lieut. -Governor of North-West Provinces 
of India) ; born 10 April 1808; died at Oxford Terrace, London, 
aged 63, 7 October, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
13 October 1871. Will dated 7 December 1868, with codicil 
dated 7 February 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 729, 71) 10 No- 
vember 187 1, by Thomas Loughborough of 23 Austm Friars, 
London, the surviving Exor. She died at Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, aged 82, 1 1 December, and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 17 December 1891. Will dated 23 February 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 308, 92) 5 March 1892, by Albert Edmund 
Loughborough and Harington Gordon Forbes, the Exors. 

I 



Margaret Hickey, born at 
Calcutta 28 November 181 1; 
marr. there 21 January 1830, 
Alexander Frederick Donelly 
of the Bengal Civil Service ; 
born 18 January 1809; died 
s.p. at Dacca, Bengal, i 
August 1848, and his body 
was brought home by his 
wife and bur. in Ireland. 
She died in Paris, aged 54, 
II November 1866, and was 
bur. in Montmartre Ceme- 
tery, Paris. 



Emily, born at Calcutta 26 June 
1839; marr. there in 1862, Henry 
Phipson Peacock (2nd son of Sir 
Barnes Peacock, Knt., Member of 
the Judicial Committee of the Privy 
Council) ; born 30 September 1838 ; 
Colonel Bengal Staff Corps. 



Colonel Robert Moseley=i=Blanche, dau. of Philip Le Geyt, 



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Bryce Thomas, born at 
Calcutta 14 September 
1840; of the Indian 
Staff Corps (retired). 



Lilian, born at Calcutta 7 April 1864; marr. at Raipur, 
Central Provinces, India, 26 January 1888, Edmund 
Martin Reed (son of Rev. Martin Reed, LL.D., by Jane 
Harman his wife, dau. of Rev. Edmund Crisp) ; born 
23 July 1859; of the Madras Lancers, formerly of the 
35th Regiment. =r 



Member of Council of India, by 
Caroline his wife, dau. of Sir 
George Anderson, Governor of 
Ceylon; born at Singurh, near 
Poonah, 12 April 1842; marr. 
at South Bersted, co. Sussex, 
15 April 1863. 



Norman Rene Bryce Thomas, born 
in London 12 December 1881 ; died 
1 8 December, bur. at Bexhill, co. 
Sussex, 22 December 1881. 



Robert Moseley Thomas= 
of Calcutta ; born at 
Calcutta 23 October 
1813; died at Worthing, 
CO. Sussex, aged 59, 10 
November, bur. at South 
Bersted, co. Sussex, 14 
November 1872. 



=Henrietta, dau. of 
David Bryce, Cap- 
tain HonWe East 
India Co.'s Service, 
by Joanna his wife; 
niarr. at Calcutta 7 
July 1838; died at 
Bognor, co. Sussex, 
aged 54, 16 Jan., 
bur. at South Ber- 
sted 20 Jan. 1870. 



Jane Campbell, born at Calcutta 24 January 
1815 ; marr. at Allahabad, India, 31 January 
1834, Edward John Watson (eldest son of Sir 
James Watson, K.C.B.); born 27 May 1800; 
Colonel in 59th Bengal Native Infantry; died 
at Wendover, co. Bucks, aged 58, 2 March, 
bur. there 8 March 1859. Adnion was granted 
in the Principal Registry 15 April 1858, to 
Louisa Elizabeth Watson of Wendover, co. 
Bucks, the relict. She died at Loodiana, India, 
aged 25, 14 December 1840, and bur. there. 




Colonel Francis Henry=j=Emily Jane, dau. of 
James Hamilton 
O'Beirne, by Hen- 
rietta Hale his wife; 
born at Worthing, 
CO. Sussex, 8 Feb- 
ruary 1848 ; marr. 
at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 3 
February 1866. 



Thomas, born at C 
cutta 2 October 1841 ; 
Colonel in the Indian 
Army, entered the Ben- 
gal Infantry 4 January 
i860. 



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Margaret Hester Deerbrooke, born at Calcutta 4 
February 1S43; marr. at Glasgow 16 April i860, 
William Orme (2nd son of George Orme of 
Broadwater, co. Sussex) ; born at Merton, co. 
Surrey, 22 October 1838, bapt. there 7 Novem- 
ber 1839; Captain in Royal Sussex Regiment; 
died at Westbourne Square, London, 3 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Angmering, co. Sussex, 9 November 
1872. Will dated i October 1S72, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 121, 73) 10 February 1873, by George 
Orme of Sutton, co. Surrey, the brother, and 
William Henry Oliver of 61 Carey Street, Lin- 
coln's Inn, London, two of the Exors. 



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Robert Hamilton Herbert Thomas, born 
at Cawnpore, India, i November 1866. 



Edith Annette, born at Mian-Mir, India, 
5 July 1868; died at Moultan, India, 
20 October 1870, and bur. there. 



Reginald Seymour Thomas, born at 
Worthing, co. Sussex, 7 March 1873. 



Mabel Evelyn, born at Benares, India, 
12 May 1874; died at Jullunder, Pun- 
jab, 14 December 1877, and bur. there. 



M M I 

Charles Ormsby Bryce Thomas, born at Benares 10 
June 1875 ; died at Delhi, Punjab, 6 January 1876, 
and bur. there. 

Francis Walter Howard Thomas, born at Benares 
25 November 1876. 

Owen Henry FaulcAner Thomas, born at Worthing 
29 April 1879; died there i February 1880. 



Arthur James Thomas, born at Worthing 25 July, 
died 8 August, and bur. in Worthing Cemetery 1 1 
August 1880. _ 

Violet Kathleen Margaret, born at Worthing 14 
December 18S4. 



Ellen Olymphia, born at Calcutta in 1817 ; marr. there as his 2nd 
wife, 14 January 1836, William Popham Palmer (son of John 
Palmer of Calcutta and London, and grandson of Samuel William 
Popham Palmer of the HonW= East India Co.'s Service); born 
at Calcutta 20 December 1800; marr. istly at Calcutta, Temperance 
Sophia, dau. of Mathew Law of the Indian Civil Service, and 
3rdiy at Calcutta 25 October 1854, Amelia, dau. of Arthur Smelt; 
died in London, aged 73, 27 September, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 2 October 1873. Will dated 13 March 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 718, 73). i3 October 1873, by Amelia Palmer 
of 68 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, the relict, the sole 
Extri.x. She died, aged 27, on board ship "Vernon" 29 September 
1844, and was bur. at sea. =r 

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Francis Henry Thomas, 
born at Calcutta 23 Oc- 
tober 1819 ; died at 
Delhi 21 April 1844, 
and bur. at Loodiana. 



Lieut. -Colonel Edwin 
Thomas, born at Cal- 
cutta 22 June 1822 ; 
of the 39th Bengal 
Native Infantry ; died 
at Lucknow 3 1 October 



Ellen Fanny, born at Calcutta 10 July 1845 5 n^^rr. 
there 7 February 1865, Colonel Hugh Pearce Pear- 
son, C.B. (only son of Hugh Pearson, Captain 49th 
Regiment and Major Essex Rifle Militia, by Jane 
Augusta his wife, dau. of Miles Alkinson of Skip- 
worth Park, CO. York) ; born at Dinapore, Bengal, 
4 March 1839; of the Essex Rifle Militia, 84lh, 
52nd, and 1 2th Regiments, served in Indian 
Mutiny 1857 (medal with two clasps), and in Af- 
ghan War 1878-80, mentioned in despatches 
(medal with clasp and Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel), 
A.G. at Madras (Belgaum District) 1890-94, 
Brigadier-General commanding 2nd Class District 
in India 1894-96, retired as Colonel 4 March 1896; 
died at 12 Hereford Road, Southsea, co. Hants, on 
Good Friday, 16 April, bur. at Southampton 27 
April 1897. She died at Ootacamund, Madras, 
23 September 1892, and was bur. at St. George's 
Cathedral, Madras. =j= 



Ann, born at Orme Square, London, i 
September 1847 ; marr. at Fyzabad, India, 
10 August 1870, Colonel Howard Moly- 
neux Edward Drunker (eldest son of 
General James Robert Brunker, by Mari- 
anne his wife, dau. of the Rt. Hon'"''^ Sir 
Capel Molyneux, 3rd Bart., M.P. for 
Dublin University) ; born at Limerick 
9 February 1844 ; of the 26th Camerons, 
served in Abyssian Expedition 1868 
(medal). South African War 1878-79 
and 1 88 1, Kaffir Campaign (mentioned 
in despatches), and Zulu Campaign, 
present at Action of Zungen Nek (men- 
tioned in despatches, medal with clasp 
and Brevet of Major), Transvaal Cam- 
paign, D.A.Q.M.G. Natal Field Force. 



A 



Edith Isabel, born at Alipore, East Indies, 31 January 1850; marr. 
at Broadwater, co. Sussex, 15 August 1872, as his 2nd wife, Thomas 
Faulconer Wisden of Broadwater (son of Thomas Wisden of Mow- 

stows Manor, Hen- 

,^^^ y ' field, CO. Sussex 

<?], by his I St wife, 
Ann Baylcy, dau. of William Faulconer of Shermanbury, co. Sussex 
\sce Faulconer Pedigree, Vol. 4, page 84] ) ; born at Brighton 3 April 
183s; Lieut.-Colonel, late of the 4th Battalion Royal Sussex Regi- 
ment (Militia) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex, High Sheriff for that 
county in 1887. Her marriage settlement dated 15 August 1872, 
Trustees, Robert Upperton, Jun'', of Brighton, William John Harris 
of Church House, Heene, Worthing', co. Sussex, and Frederick 
Charles Louis Rasch of Lloyd's, Royal Exchange, London. 



Janet, born at Calcutta 
31 December 1851; marr. 
at Benares, India, 8 April 
187 5, Gordon James Lynn 
(son of Rev. John Magnus 
Lynn, Vicar of Hickstall, 
Leeds, co. York, by Mary 
Hume his wife) ; born at 
Little Brickhill, co. Bucks, 
20 May, bapt. there pri- 
vately I July 1850 ; died 
at Medstead, co. Hants, 
23 September, bur. there 
28 September 1888. 



48 



J\'fK'/hfi<£y^^^'i?H^^^ 



^rms.-SMe, a fesse nebulee between three close helmets argent 
plumed or. ^ ' 

Cm/._A lion sejant argent, holding in the gambs a broken tilting 
spear of the last. ^ 

Motto. — Dinna forget. 



Elizabeth Hodges his wfe) ;' born-i^la^^dga;; ^rMlr^TC ^ 
Chenton, CO. Kent, 21 Apnl 1795; Chief Officer \n H^n^-^ East 
India Co. s Service, and at expiration of their charter he commanded 
several vessels in the merchant service ; died 22 April 1844, and bur 

, ^^^%' P^f'^^y- ^'''*^^- ^'^^""^^^^ '>' ^h^ possession of his 
grandson Bayly Thomas Drayner, and an oil painting by a Chinese 
artist m the possession of Ms grandson, James John Dravner 





Seal used by James 
Drayner of Sandgate, 
now in possession of 
his grandson, Bayly 
Thomas Drayner. 



Maycock, by Ann hi 
wife, dau. of William 
Bayly of Broadmead, 
near Folkestone, co. 
Kent ; born 22 June 
1803 ; marr. at Cheriton 
6 April 1 821; died 7 
April, bur. in Forest 
Hill Cemetery, co. Sur- 
rey, 12 April 1880. M.I. 
Will dated 31 Decem- 
ber 1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 423, 80) 26 May 
18S0, by Charles Luson 
and Hewling Luson, the 
Exors. 



oorn 27 beptem- Thomas Tark-son of k„™ -- c-„...._..^ 



born 27 Septem- Thomas Jackson of 

ber 1823 ; died London ; marr. at St 

25 February, bur. George's, Camberwell,' 

at Cheriton 5 co. Surrey, 28 March 

March 1830. .1849; died I IVf ay, bur. 

in Nunhead Cemetery, 

CO. Surrey, 9 May 1850. 

ist wife. 



born 25 September, 
bapt. at Folkestone 
Parish Church 19 Oc- 
tober 1825. 



=Ann, dau. of Benjamin 
Horton of Brockley, co. 
Kent; born 10 April 1831; 
marr. at Lewisham Parish 
Church, CO. Kent, 30 
August 1 861; died 14 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in Lewisham 
Cemetery 17 February 
1892. M.L 2nd wife. 



Emily Susannah, born 26 April 1850, and 
bapt. privately at her father's residence, 10 
Marlborough Road, Old Kent Road : marr 
at St. George's, Camberwell, 11 July 187 1 
Thomas Wells Kettle. =y -■.'/. 




Annie Jane, born 30 
August 1862 ; died 
15 May, bur. in 
Lewisham Cemetery 
19 May 1S64. M.L 



Elizabeth Marsh, born 

19 January 1864; died 

20 October, bur. in 
Lewisham Cemetery 24 
October 1891. MJ. 



Juliana, born i8 
December 1827, 
bapt. at the Parish 
Church, Folke- 
stone, CO. Kent 
{no record in 
Jiegister) ; died 
10 November, 
bur. at Cheriton, 
CO. Kent, 16 
November 1828. 



Bayly Edward Drayner, born 26 January,^ 
bapt. at St. Martin's, Cheriton, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1831 ; Assistant Secretary to the 
Hon"'!'' Corporation of Trinity House ; 
died 27 September, bur. in Forest Hill 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, i October 1892. 
M.I. Mi?iiature portrait, as a boy, in 
t)ie possession of his son, Bayly Thomas 
Drayner. Will dated 18 February 
1885, proved (Prin. Reg, 983, 92) 
18 September 1892, by James John 
Drayner and Bayly Thomas Drayner, the 
sons, and Robert Wilson, the Exors. 



'-^,^z^^,--z,jj,-->- 



Mary Harriet, only dau. of John 
Luson of the Bank of England, 



Signature of John Luson, as one of the 
cashiers, to a Bank of England Note. 

and great grand-dau. of Hewling 
Luson of Gunton Hall, near 
Lowestoft, CO. Suffolk, who in 
1756, attempted to make pottery 
from the clay on his land ; born 
6 September 1828; marr. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell, co. Surrey, 8 
December 1857 ; died 5 October, 
bur. in Forest Hill Cemetery 9 
October 1884. ALL 



James John Drayner, born at 18 
St. James's Grove, Peckham, co. 
Surrey, 7 October 1858, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Camberwell, 2 
January 1859 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Margate, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 17 November 1888, 
Hannah Emily, youngest dau. of 
Thomas Maycock of Folkestone, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of Matthew 
Clark. 



Mary Hannah (twin with Bayly Thomas), born 19 January, 
bapt. at Camden Church, Camberwell, 17 February 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Streatham, co. Surrey, 30 June 1894, 
Charles Henry Brad (son of Charles Ambrose Brad, by 
Eliza his wife, dau. of Frederick Taylor); born 6 April, 
bapt. at St. Giles', Camberwell, 2 May 1856. 

/k 

Bayly Thomas Drayner (twin with Mary Hannah): born 19 
January, bapt. at Canulen Church, Camberwell, 17 February 
1861. ' 



Ambrose Luson Drayner, born= 
II November, bapt. at Camden 
Church, Camberwell, 1 1 December 



^Elizabeth Myra, dau. of Robert Parker 
of Chester, by Ellen his wife : born 24 
August 1861 ; marr. at St. Giles', Cam- 
berwell, Saturday, 22 June 1889. 



Myra Dorothy, born 28 September, 
bapt. at St. Giles', Camberwell, 29 
November 1891. 



William Drayner, 
born 10 May, 
bapt. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, 5 
June 1870. 



/^ ^^A 



C^y^-^J-^ 



Facsimile^ of a Silhouette of James Drayner of Sandgate, 
CO. Kent, born 22 March lyg^, died 22 April 1844; 
in the possession of Bayly Thomas Drayner, his 
grandson. 



jfatocett. 



William Fawcett of Longford, Salisbury (son of \Viliiam= 
Fawcett of Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmoreland, by 
Elizabeth Grundy his wife) ; born at Kirkby Lonsdale 
31 March, bapt. there 28 April 1793; J. P. for Salis- 
bury, Mayor of Salisbury 1832 ; died at The Close, 
Salisbury, aged 94, 5 July, bur. in the Cloisters, Salis- 
bury Cathedral, 7 July 1S87. Memorial Tablet in 



Nave. 



.^^^^xjut-cjt 



(Autograph at age of 85). 



Mary, dau. of William Cooper of Sahs- 
bury, by Elizabeth Ellison his wife ; 
born at Salisbury 2 September 1804 ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Salisbury, 25 April 
1827 ; died, aged 84, at The Close, Salis- 
bury, 10 February, bur. in the Cloisters, 
Salisbury Cathedral 13 February 1889. 
Memorial Tablet in Nave. Admon 
was granted at Salisbury 8 March 
1889, to William Fawcett of Sahsbury, 
the son, and one of the next of kin. 



Anne, eldest dau. of= 
AVilliam Dowling of 
Wallop, CO. Hants ; 
marr. at Over, Wal- 
lop, 1 9 October 1854; 
died,aged29, i4April, 
bur. at East Harnham, 
CO. Wilts, 18 April 
1857. 1st wife. 



I 
^William Fawcett of Church= 
Fields, Salisbury; born at 
Salisbury 30 January, bapt. 
at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 
27 February 1828 ; Mayor 
of Sahsbury 187 i ; died 23 
February, bur. in Fisher- 
ton Cemetery, Salisbury, 
27 February 1895. 



:Mary Elizabeth, dau.= 
of Samuel Keynes of 
Salisbury, by his wife, 
Ann Lane of Salis- 
bury; marr. at St. 
Edmund's, Salisbury, 
12 February 1859; 
died 9 November, 
bur. at East Harn- 
ham, CO. Wilts, 15 
November 1865. 2nd 
wife. 



=Eliza Maria, dau. 
of Edward Lewer of 
Merley Hall, Wim- 
borne, co. Dorset, 
by Anne Coles his 
wife, of Fareham, 
CO. Hants ; born at 
Wimborne ; marr. 
at Fisherton, Salis- 
bury, 10 February 
1876. 3rd wife. 



Alfred William Fawcett, William Ernest Fawcett, born at East 
died an infant. Harnham i June, bapt. there 23 June 

1856 ; died, aged 6, and bur. at East 
Harnham 14 April 1862. 



Luov Barnard, born at East Harnham Sidney Fawcett, born= 
21 November 1859, bapt. there 6 Jan- at East Harnham 6 
uary i860; marr. at Fisherton, Salis- December 1861, bapt. 
bury, 9 October 1883, Frederick John there 6 February 1862. 
Best of Owermoigne, co. Dorset (son 
of John Morgan Best of Warmwell, 
CO. Dorset, by Selina his wife, dau. 
of Moses Longman of Winfrith, co. 
Dorset); born 25 November 1859. 



Charlotte (Lottie), 2nd dau. of 
Joseph Williams Lovibond of 
Lake House, co. Wilts, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
Edward Steer of Crockham 
Hill, CO. Kent; born 30 July 
1863; marr. at St. Martin's, 
Salisbury, 29 June 1887. 



William Henry Fawcett, born 8 May, 
bapt. at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 11 
June 1888. __ 

Arthur Joseph Fawcett, born 13 April, 
bapt. at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 12 
May 1890. 



Margaret, born 8 June, bapt. at St. Edmund's, Salis- 
bury, II July 1892- 

Barb.^ra, born 26 October, bapt. at St. Edmund's, 
Salisbury, 3 December 1894. 

Gerald Sidney Fawcett, born 12 November, bapt. at 
St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 21 December 1896. 



Sarah Maria, Rt. HonWe Henry Fawcett of Cambridge ;. 
bornat Sails- born at Salisbury 26 August, bapt. at St. 
bury 24 April Edmund^s, Salisbury, 18 September 1833 ; 
bapt. at St. Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B A 
Edmund's, 1856, M.A. 1859, Professor of Politicai 
Salisbury, 25 Economy 1863-84, M.P. for Brighton 
June 1830. 1S65-74, and for Hackney 1874-84, 
P.C. May 1880, Postmaster-General 
1880, created D.C.L. of Oxford Univer- 
sity 9 June 1883, Rector of Glasgow 
University 1883-84, F.R.S. ; died at 18 
Brookside, Cambridge, 6 November, in 
his 52nd year, bur. at Trumpington, co, 
Cambridge, 10 November 1884. Memo- 
rial Tablet in Nave of Salisbury Cathedral. 
Will dated 21 Ajjril 18S0, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 936, 84) 13 December 1884, by 
MiUicent Garrett Fawcett of 18 Brook- 
side, Cambridge, the relict, Sarah Maria 
Fawcett of The Close, Salisbury, the 
sister, and Samuel Garrett of the Rectory 
House, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill, 
London, the Exors. 



=MiIlicent, 5th dau. 
of Newson Garrett 
of Aide House, 
Aldeborough, co. 
Suffolk, by Louisa 
his wife, dau. of 
John Bunnell of 
Dunwich, CO. Suf- 
folk ; born at Alde- 
burgh II June 
1847, and bapt. 
privately at Leis- 
ton, CO. Suffolk ; 
maiT.at Aldeburgh 
23 April 1867. 

(Set Garrett Pedi- 
gree, Vol. s, 
page 143). 



Thomas Cooper 
Fawcett, born at 
Salisbury 29 Sep- 
tember 1839, bapt. 
at St. Edmund's, 
Salisbury, 2 Jan- 
uary 1840 ; died 
19 May, bur. in 
Fisherton Ceme- 
tery 23 May 1891. 
Will dated 6 Jan- 
uary 1890, proved 
at Salisbury 23 
June 1891, by 
Sidney Fawcett of 
Salisbury, CO. Wilts, 
the nephew, the 
sole Exor. 



Phillippa Garrett, born at 42 Bessborough Gardens, Pimlico, London, on Saturday, 4 April 
.K^'P^i'^'u ^^ ;"'.'^'' Bessborough Gardens, 12 May 1868; entered at Cambridge in 1890 fo^ 
the Mathematical Tripos, and came out "above the Senior Wrangler," and in the following year 
she took the second part of the Tripos, and came out in the first division of the first class 



^- $. l-ac,r.M^ 



Kate, born at Salisbury i November, bapt. at Fisherton, 
Salisbury, 17 December 1S63 ; marr. at Fisherton 18 
March 1885, William Ralph Atkins of Salisbury (son of 
Samuel Ralph Atkins of Salisbury, by Harriet his wife, 
dau. of (George Buckland of Salisbury); born at Salisbury 
25 March 1856, and bapt. there. 



I 
Edward Fawcett, born 9 November 
1865, and bapt. privately at Salis- 
bury; bur. at East Harnham, co. 
Wilts, 20 March 1866. 




3SiOhtn^W^m of aiscot ^arfe, co. 
(gloxicester. 




James Roberts-West of Alscot Park, co.=f=Anne, only dau. 
"Gloucester (son of James West of Alscot , and heir of Joseph 
Park, by Sarah his wife, youngest dau. of Roberts of New- 
Christopher Wren of Wroxall Abbey, co. combe, co. Glou- 
Warwick) ; born at Barrels Green, co. War- 1 cester, by Mary his 
wick, 1 8 March 1775, and bapt. privately the j wife; marr. at Saint- 
next day at Ullenthall Chapel ; D.L. for co. I bury, co. Glouces- 
Warwicic 1803, Major 3rd Regiment \\'arwick j ter, 31 March 1808; 
Militia; assumed, by Royal Licence dated 16 ! died at Alscot Park 
July 1808, the surname of Roberts in addition 14 September, bur. 
to and before that of West, in conformity with at Preston 21 Sep- 
the testamentary injunction of his father-in- tember 1843. 
law; died at Alscot Park 25 March, bur. at 
Preston, co. Gloucester, 3 April 1838. Will 
dated 20 March 1838, proved (P.C.C., 731 
Nicholt) 16 November 1838, by Anne Roberts- 
West, the relict, the sole Extrix. 



Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Argent, a fess dan- 
cettee psean. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet 
gold a griphon's head ptean, 
beaked and eared or. 




Henrietta Anne, born 
at Alscot Park 26 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Pres- 
ton 26 October i8og; 
died at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, aged 70, 
29 March, bur. in 
Leamington Cemetery 
4 April i88o. Will 
dated 22 November 
1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 397, 80) 15 
April 1880, by James 
Roberts- West of Als- 
cot Park, CO. Warwick, 
the brother, one of 
the Exors. 



James Roberts-West of Alscot Park ;= 
born 24 April, bapt. at Preston 23 July 
181 1 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, 
and High Sheriff for that county in 1845 ; 
died at Alscot Park 6 February, bur. at 
Preston 11 February 1882. Will dated 
23 August 1881, proved (Prin. Reg. 257, 
82), 25 March 18S2, by Elizabeth 
Roberts-West of Alscot Park, co. War- 
wick, the relict, and Henry Townshend 
Boultbee of Springfield, co. Warwick, the 
Exors. 




Elisabeth, 3rd dau. of Joseph 
Moore Boultbee of Spring- 
field House, CO. Warwick, by 
his wife, the Lady Elizabeth 
Margaret, youngest dau. of 
George, 2nd Marquess Town- 
shend ; born 28 September, 
bapt. at Frowlesworth, co. 
Leicester, 30 October 1820; 
marr. at Know^le, co. Warwick, 
16 May 1844; died at Leam- 
ington 2 February, bur. at 
Preston 6 February 1896. 
Will dated 29 July 1894, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 755, 96) 8 
1 July 1896, by James Roberts- 
West, the son, and Charles 
Robert Roberts-West, the 
nephew, the Exors. 



James Roberts-West of Alscot Park ;=j=Elizabeth Louisa, eldest dau. of William Charles Alston 
" ■ ■ of Elmdon Hall, Solihull, co. Warwick, by Elizabeth 

Anne his wife, youngest dau. and coheir of Charles 
P"etherston of Packwood House, co. Warwick ; born at 
Elmdon 25 October 1845, bapt. there 2 February 1846; 
marr. at Elmdon 25 November 1869. 



born there 13 November, bapt. at 
Preston 8 December 1845 J educated 
at Eton and Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, Lieutenant Royal Naval Re- 
serve ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Glou- 
cester, and High Sheriff for that county 
in 1891. 



I 

Phihp Joseph Roberts-West, born at Alscot Park,T=Ann, dau. of Tames Stocklev bv El 
CO. Gloucester i8 June, bapt. at Preston, co. his wife, dau. of James B^gnall ■ 
Gloucester, 1 7 October i8i 2; of the 1 7th Lancers; at Gretna Ore^-n ■ H,Vrl ,f xf;.. i 



Gloucester, 17 October 1812 ; of the 17th Lancers; 
died at St. Germains-on-Loire, France, aged 47, 20' 
March i86o, and bur. in the cemetery there. 
Will dated 18 August 1846, proved (Prin. Reg., 
499. 60) 24 July i860, by Ann West of Worthing, 
CO. Susse.\, the relict, the sole Extri.x. 



Elizabeth 
„ -- , marr. 
at Gretna Green; died at Nice, France, 
7 April 1894, and bur. in Cocado Ceme- 
tery there. Will dated 20 November 
1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 629, 94) 15 April 
1894, by Charles Robert Roberts- \\'est, the 
son, the Exor. 



Sns Frln? ?f T « born '-.tTAhca Lucretia Marianne Emily Bertha, dau. of Colonel 

Orleans France, 14 June 1843; for-, von Saunders of the Hessian Dragoon Guards bv 
I)^rmst°/d r^' ' Lancers; d.ed at I Bertha von Kuchler his wife; bonf at Darmstadt 8 

nZ^ \ ?Jf"^' ^^''°u'''oo'- ' ^"Sust 1S49, and bapt. there; marr. at the British 
in the cemetery there 7 October 1889. , Consulate, Frankfort, Germany, 3 July 1S7 1 



Anna Bertha Jane Caroline, born at Darmstadt 25 March, bapt. there 
20 May 1875 ; marr. at Darmstadt 8 January 1897, Hermann von Lucke 
of N.edergoerne, near Arneburg-on-Elbe ; a Member of the Prussian 
Chamber of Deputies, and Landrath of Hogerswerde, Silesia 



?Ai ' ««"% °''".r''' ^^'\°' ^""'^ '7 April, bapt. at Preston 23 May 1847; marr there 
1-tn f HP "''■ ^'"^/"' I^nottesford Fortescue (5th son of the Very Rev. Edward Bowles 
' rtrSdS h^'p' °f-^'y-'°n. Manor House, Stratford-on-Avon, co. VVanvkk, Dean of 
TNoveml^? , S . n^ U^T"". ^^^J''. '''\ "^^'^ ^'"- °'" '^' ^'^"""^ Archdeacon Spooner) ; born 
15 iNo\emt)er 1849, bapt. at Stratford-on-Avon 22 January 1850; of Exeter Collec^e Ox-forH 

XrKlVo^??^'^ ]f'^-' 'T'^ '°' °^ ^•"-'--' College^, Cambridge B A xtn ma' 
1878, Rector of Bubbenhall, Kenilworth, co. Warwick, since 1884. 



I I 



James Bowmont Roberts- West, born 
at Leamington, co. Warwick, 2 April, 
bapt. at Elmdon, Solihull, co. War- 
wick, 7 May 187 1. 



Harry Charles John Roberts-West, 
born at Ryde, Isle of Wight, 20 
August, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Ryde, 
16 September 1872; entered the 
Royal Navy in January [886, Lieu- 
tenant 31 December 1895. 



I I I 
Gwendoline Vega, born at Ryde 7 February, bapt at 
Holy Trinity, Ryde, 22 March 1874 ; died 30 January, 
bur. at Ryde 2 February 1876. 



Reginald Montagu Roberts-West, born at Ryde 14 
June, bapt. at All Saint's, Ryde, 16 Tuly 1875 ; enteri'tl 
the Royal Navy in January 1889, "Sub-Lieutenant 14 
June 1895. 

Algernon Claude Philip Roberts-West, born at Ryde 4 
April, bapt. at All Saint's, Ryde, 8 May 1878. 



Charles Robert Roberts-West of=i=FIorence Dalton, dau. of Joseph Brooke of Bollington, co. 

, )_ T^.- 1 „» c^ rLarr„r,,,ic_ rUfstpr hv Snrnh Dalfnn hiR wife : bom I? Mav i8qi ; 



Lincoln's Inn, born at St. Germains 
on-Loire, Germany, 8 May 1849, 
and bapt. there. 



Chester, by Sarah Dalton his wife ; born 13 May 185] 
marr. at Christ Church, Worthing, co. Sussex, 2 1 October 
1873- 



Charles Raymond Roberts- West, born at Kensington, 
London, 7 September, bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, 
Kensington, 30 September 1874. 



Maud, born at Cheam, co. Surrey, 14 
October, bapt. at St. Dunstan's, 
Cheam, 27 November 1878. 



Philip Douglas Roberts-West, born at Kensington i 
March, bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 7 April 
1876 ; Lieutenant Royal Navy. 



Archer Roberts-West, born at Cheam 
17 October, bapt. at St Dunstan's, 
Cheam, 15 December 1886. 



Leonard Roberts-West of the Mount=j=Eleanor 



House, Hythe, co. Hants; born at Alscot 
Park 30 September, bapt. at Preston 18 
December 1859; of Christ Church Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 10 October 
1879, aged 20. 



Cecil, eldest dau. of Henry Townsend 
Boultbee of Springfield, co. Warwick, by Juliana 
Mary his wife, dau. of Sir Willoughby Di.vie, Bart. ; 
born at Kibworth Hall, co. Leicester, 26 Novernber 
1858, and bapt. there; marr. at St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 30 January 1884. 



Edeline, born at Wallham House, 
Cowes, Isle of Wight, 11 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Cowes, 28 April 1885. 



Gwendoline Mabel, born at 
Waltham House, Cowes, 18 
May, bapt. at St. John's 
Chapel, Hythe, co. Hants, 
14 luly 1886. 



Irene Geraldine, born at 
Mount House, Hythe, 5 No- 
vember, bapt. at St. John's 
Chapel, Hythe, 22 December 
1887. 



.M^^c^ 



56 






Lancaster ; born at Malton, co. 
York ; died at Liverpool, aged 
37, 12 January, bur. in St. James' 
Cemetery, Liverpool, i6 January 



CO. Lancaster, by Alice his wife, dau. of Roger and Alice 
Kenyon ; born at Matshead 14 February, bapt. at St 
Helen's, Garstang, 15 March 1807 ; marr. there 19 Feb- 
ruary 1829; died at Liverpool, aged 46, 22 March, bur. 
in St. James' Cemetery, Liverpool, 26 March 1853. 



A\'illiam Bateson ^Vhitby, 
born at Liverpool 15 De- 
cember 1829 ; died un- 
married aged 29, 21 May, 
bur. in St. James' Ceme- 
tery, Liverpool, 25 May 
1S59. _ 

Hannah, born in Liver- 
pool 13 July 1831 : died 
14 July 1896, bur. in the 
Cemetery, Southampton, 
17 July 1896. 



Rev. Thomas Whitby, born at Liverpool=j=Mary Louisa Titley 
1 2 May, bapt. at St. Peter's (now Cathedral), dau. of Willian 
Liverpool, 23 August 1835 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1866, 
Vicar of St. Simon's, Leeds, 1865-77, of 
Christ Church, Plymouth, 1877-81, and of 
the Parish Church, Dewsbury, co. York, 
18S1-90; Hon. Canon of Wakefield frorn 
1888, Proctor in Convocation for the Arch- 
deaconry of Halifa.\ 1888-91, Rural Dean 
of Dewsbury 1889-90, and Vicar of St. 
John's, Sandown, Isle of Wight, since 1891. 



rrr 

Mary Hannah, born at Leeds 21 February, 
bapt. at St. Simon's, Leeds, 27 March 1872. 

Herbert Bateson U'hitby, born at Leeds 6 
July, bapt. at St. Simon's, Leeds, 5 Au('ust 
1873- _ 

Hilda, born at Leeds 12 February, bapt. at 
St. Simon's, Leeds, 22 March 1875. 



Beverley of Leeds, 
CO. York, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
Anthony Titley; born 
9 May, bapt. at Kirk- 
stall, CO. York, 10 June 
1846 ; marr. at St. 
Chad's, Headingley, 
Leeds, 20 July 1870. 



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Alfred Whitby, born at Leeds i March, bapt. at 
St. Simon's, Leeds, i April 1877; died 30 July, 
bur. in Plymouth Cemetery 2 August 1877. 

Dora, born at Plymouth 3 May, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Plymouth, 3 June 1878. 

William Beverley Whitby, born at Plymouth 6 
June, bapt. at Christ Church, Plymouth, 14 
July 1880; died 26 August, bur. in Plymouth 
Cemetery 28 August 1880. 



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Arthur Whitby, born at Dewsbury 23 January bapt 
at Dewsbury Parish Church 25 February 1882'; died 
2 June, bur. in Dewsbury Cemetery 4 June 1885. 

Frank Whitby, born at Dewsbury 1 1 January, bapt 
at Dewsbury Parish Church 27 March 18S3. 

Charles Whitby, born at Dewsbury 1 1 May baiit -it 
Dewsbury Parish Church 4 June 1884. 



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Ernest Whitby, born at Dewsbury 29 
June, bapt. at Dewsbury Parish Church 
29 July 1885 ; died 26 June, bur. at 
Christ Church, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 
29 June 1895. 

Muriel, born at Dewsbury 19 May 1888, 
and bapt. privately (baptism registered 
at Dewsbury) ; died 7 July, bur. in 
Dewsbury Cemetery 10 July 1888. 



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iflarten. 



Arms en record in the College of Arms.— 
Argent, gutte de poix, an eagle displayed 
gules between five mullets, two in chief, as 
many in fesse, and one in base, sable. 

Crist. — On a wreath of the colours in 
front of a gryphon segreant per fesse, 
argent gutto de poix and or, winged of the 
last, a fasces fessewise proper. 

yl/(j//(j.— Spes super sidera. 



Robert Humphrey Marten of Plaisto\v,= 
CO. Essex (2nd and eldest surviving 
son of Nathaniel Marten, Freeman 
of the Cooks' Company, London, by 
Martha his wife, 2nd dau. of Nathaniel 
Clarkson); born 21 March 1763; 
Freeman of the Cooks' Company 24 
January 1788, and Master 1809; marr. 
istly at St. Matthews', Bethnal Green, 
London, 18 August 1789, Mary, dau. 
of Thomas Reeves; she died, aged 
24, 20 June, bur. in Bunhill Fields 
Burial Ground 25 June 1790; marr. 
3rdly at Islington, London, 8 July 1813, 
Emma Maria Martin ; she died, aged 
58, 18 November, bur. at Bunhill 
Fields Burial Ground 24 November 
1827. M.L He died 11 Deceinber, 
bur. in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground 
19 December 1839. M.I. Will dated 
24 December 183S, proved (P.C.C, 
772 Vaughan) 30 December 1839, by 
Charles Marten and George Marten, 
the sons, and Anthony Brown, the 
surviving Exors. 



Elizabeth, dau. of 
James Giles, by 
Elizabeth his 
wife; marr. at Mil- 
ton -next -Graves- 
end, CO. Kent, 12 
July 1 791; died 6 
"September, aged 
51, bur. in Bun- 
hill Fields Burial 
Ground 12 Sep- 
tember 181 1. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



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Robert Giles Marten of Plaistow; born= 
22 June 1792 ; Member of the Cooks' 
Company, London, and admitted to the 
Livery 26 January 1814 ; died 10 July 
1839. AdiSon, with will dated i July 
1839 annexed, granted (P.C.C, 583 
Vaughan) 14 September 1839, to Charles 
Marten and George Marten, the brothers, 
and the residuary legatees in trust. 



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Eliza, 2nd dau. of John Wannington of Plaistow, by 

Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Abraham Devonshire, the 
younger, by Ann his wife ; marr. at West Ham Parish 
Church, CO. Essex, 8 September 1814; died 4 July, bur. 
at Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, 8 July 1865. Will 
dated 25 December 1863, with codicil of same date, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 533- 65) U August 1S65, by Rev. 
Robert Humphrey Marten of Lee, co. Kent, and Henry 
John Marten of Parkfield, Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, 
the sons, the Exors. 



Eliza Warmington, born 15 October 181 5 ; marr. 
22 August 1842, Alfred Payne (son of Richard 
Payne of Mark Lane, London, and of Plaistow, by 
Ann Rickman his wife) ; born at Charles Street, 
Southwark, London, 6 January 1814; died at Shif- 
nal, CO. Salop, 18 May 1887, and bur. there. M.L 
She died at Ettingshall 16 January 1877, and was 
bur. in Wolverhampton Cemetery. M.I. at Shifnal. 



Emma Maria, born 20 February 1817 ; 
tiiarr. 25 July 1843, Charles Spurden of 
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada ; 
born 25 May 1812 ; died at Fredericton 
1 3 January 1876, and bur. there. She died 
at Fredericton 29 December 1897, and was 
bur. there. =]= 



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Elizabeth born 23 July 1793; marr. James Marten, born Mary, born 11 October 170.. 

23 July 1811, Wdham Cooke of Plais- 25 August 1794; died died 7 April 1 7 ^ III It 

tmv CO. Essex. She d>ed 9 August 14 October X79S. Bunhi[l Fields ^^r'ial Ground 

^°5D- "T M.I. at Bunhill Fields 

/k Burial Ground. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Plaistow 7 
June 1826; marr. 12 March 1852, 
Thomas Wilde Powell of Piccards 
Rough, Guildford, co. Surrey, who 
died, aged 78, 3 January 1897. 
She died at Charlton, co. Kent, 17 
March, and was bur. there 24 
MarchiS7i. =j= 



Emma Maria, born at Plaistow 
13 January 182S; died unmarr. 
at Castellamare 30 January 
1 88 2, and bur. there. Will dated 
24 June 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 228, 82), IS March 1882, 
by Charles Henry Marten and 
Arthur Robert Marten, the 
brothers, the Exors. 



A son, born at Plaistow 
4 August 1829, and died 
in infancy. 

Sarah Hannah, born at 
Plaistow 20 July 1830; 
died there 22 April 1831. 

Harriet Louisa, born at 
Plaistow 27 March 1832. 



Caroline Eisdell, born in 
London 16 May 1819; marr. 
at Denmark Place Chapel, 
Camberwell, London, 23 
May 1839, Francis Tucker 
(son of William Tucker of 
Plymouth, co. Devon, and 
Sarah his wife); born at Ply- 
mouth 23 Jan. 1813; B.A. 
Glasgow; died at Wanstead, 
CO. Esse.x, 27 Nov., bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 3 Dec. 1886. She died 
at Hastings, co. Sussex, 27 
July, and was bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery i Aug. 1885. 

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Robert Humphrey Marten of Lee, 
CO. Kent; born at Catherine Court, 
Tower Hill, London, 28 October 
1821; B.A. of London 19 October 
1843; died 21 October, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 24 
October 1885. Will dated 26 
October i860, with codicil dated 
12 October 1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 944, 85) 23 November 1885, 
by Rachel Sloane Marten, the 
relict, and Edward Bindon Mar- 
ten, the brother, the surviving 
Exors. 



=Rachel Sloane, dau. of William 
Fisher; born 20 September 
1824; marr. at York Street 
Chapel, Walworth, London, 
17 June 1847; died 6 March, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery 1 1 
March 1896. Adinon with will 
dated 12 August 1887, and 
two codicils dated respectively 
3 January 1893 and 22 May 
1894, annexed, granted in the 
Principal Registry 9 June 
1896, to Kate Eliza Marten, 
the daughter, one of the 
residuary legatees named in 
will. 



Ellen Rachel, born at 
Abingdon 2 Septem- 
ber 1848; died at Lee, 
CO. Kent, 25 Novem- 
ber, bur. in Norwood 
J Cemetery 2 December 



Robert Frank Marten^ 
of High Bank, Vent- 
nor. Isle of Wight ; 
born at Abingdon, co. 
Berks, 17 December 
1850. 



'Katharine Sarah, dau. of 
Tertius John Cooke, by 
Katharine his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas Hul- 
ston, by Sarah his wife ; 
born at Birmingham 31 
March 1853; marr. at 
the Baptist Chapel, Wol- 
verhampton, 21 October 
187.S. 



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Kate Eliza, born at 
Abingdon 15 Mav 
1853- _ 

Gertrude Emily, born 
29 October 1855; marr. 
at Chatsworth Road 
Chapel, West Nor- 
wood,i5januaryi887, 
Richard Harris. 



Robert Humphrey Cooke Marten, born Gladys Katharine, Gerald Frank Marten 

Sre2fArfT\'^"-"':r''5''^'^^' '^""^ '' ^^'°1^^^- bornat\Volverhamp: 

here 20 August, bur. ,n the cemetery hampton 16 July ton 4 October 1889 

at Wolverhampton 24 August 1886. 18S6. ^' 



Charles Marten of Plaistow,=y=Hannah, 2nd surviving dau. of Joseph Watson Sarah, born 17 



CO. Essex; born 21 August 
1797; died at Great Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, 26 June 185 1, 
rmd bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, London. 



of Highbury, co. Middlesex; born 16 Novem- 
ber 1798; marr. at St. Augustine's, Watling 
Street, London, 5 August 1825; died at Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 3 January, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery to January 1881. Will dated 9 March 
1S74, with two codicils, dated respectively 
22 May 1878 and 15 December 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 130, 81) 10 February 1881, by 
Charles Henry Marten of Coombe Lodge, 
Blackheath, co. Kent, the son, Thomas Wilde 
Powell of St. Catherine's, Guildford, co. Sur- 
rey, and Arthur Robert Marten of Stonefield, 
Kidbrooke, co. Kent, the son, the Exors. 



January 1800 
died unmarried 
30 December 
1851. 



Charles Henry Marten of= 
Conduit Lodge, Blackheath 
Park, CO. Kent ; born at 
Plaistow 28 August 1833. 



Anna Elisabeth, eldest dau. of Johannes Thomas of Frankfort-on- 
the-Mame, Germany, by Johanna Sybille, his wife, dau. of George 
Schepeler; born 31 August 1834; marr. at the British Embassy, 
Frankfort, 4 April 1859. 



Anna Caroline, born at Blackheath 
15 February 1 860; marr. at St. John's, 
Blackheath, 2 October 1886, Robert 
Henry Scott-Moncrieff (eldest son of 
Major Alexander Pringle Scott-Mon- 
crieff of the Bengal Staff Corps, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Rev. 
George Coventry of Shanwell, co. 
Kinross). =p 

Gertrude Elisabeth, born at Black- 
heath 28 September 1S61 ; marr. 
there 21 May 1884, Captain Thomas 
Phihp Walker, R.N. 

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Frederick Charles Marten=pMabel Bessie, dau. of James 



of Lynfield, Eltham, co. 
Kent; born at Blackheath 
5 January 1863. 



Ash burner of Torwood,Cater- 
ham, CO. Surrey; marr. at St. 
Luke's, Caterham, i October 



Dorothy, born at 
Eltham 3 June 
1889. 



Margaret, born 
at Eltham 16 
June 1S93. 



Barbara, born at 
Eltham 20 May 
1896. 



Louisa Sarah, born at Catherine Court, Tower Hill, London, 25 March 1824; marr 17 June 
i8s2, Richard Francis Weymouth of Collaton House, Brentwood, co. Essex (son of Richard 
Weymouth, Commander R.N., of Devonport, co. Devcm, by Ann Sprague his wife of Bovey 
Tracev co. Devon); born at Devonnort 26 October 1822; D.Litt. and bellow of L niversity 
College, London. She died at Acton, co. Middlesex, 9 February, and was bur. there 13 
February 1891. T 



George Marten of Plaistow, co. Essex, and of Upper Clapton, co. Mid-= 
dlesex; born at Great Prescott Street, in the parish of St. Mary's, 
Whitechapel, London, 4 November 1801 ; J. P. fcfr co. Middlesex; 
admitted to the Livery of the Cooks' Company in 1823, twice Master^ 
1854 and 1869 ; died at Upper Clapton 10 November, bur. in Abney 
Park Cemetery 16 November 1872. Will dated 5 August 1867, proved 
(Prin Reg., 775, 72), 30 December 1872, by the Very Rev. John Mee 
of Westbourne Rectory, co. Sussex, and William Marten Cooke of 
Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, Charles Henry Marten and Alfred I 
George Marten, the nephews, the Exors. 



=Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Bridgett of The Grove, 
Derby; marr. at All 
Saints', Derby, 8 April 
1830; died at Upper 
Clapton, aged 63, 19 
March, bur. in Abney 
Park Cemetery 25 
March 1867. 



George Priestley Marten, born at Plaistow 5 August 1837 ;^Elizabeth, dau. of John Atkins of 
died at Shmioga, Mysore, East Indies, 19 October 1892, and ' ' ' 
bur. there. Will dated 28 July 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1202, 92) 14 December 1892, by Ehzabeth Marten, the relict^ 
and Frederick Charles Marten, the nephew, two of the Exors. 



Lewisham, co. Kent ; marr. at 
Howrah Church, Calcutta, India, 
31 October 1874. 



George Donaldson Marten, born Beatrice Mary, born at Black- Edward Ralph Marten, born 

o f ?°'!' .T'""' ^ ^^P"""*"" ''^^"^ '4 July, bapt. at St. at Blackheath 2 April, bapt. 

1876; died at Howrah, Calcutta, John's, Blackheath, 20 Au- at St. John's, Blackheath % 

15 December 1877. gust 1878. May 1883 



Alice Johanna, born at Blackheath 27 May 1864 ; marr. there 
14 September 1S89, Marmaduke Capper Matthews of 32 Queen 
Victoria Street, London (son of Marmaduke Matthews of Black- 
heath, by Eliza Theodora his wife, dau. of Walter Capper of 
Blackheath); born 16 June 1863; of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bndge, B.A. 1S84, M.A. 1887; admitted a Solicitor in Novem- 
ber 1887. =j= 



Edith Emma, born at Black- 
heath 20 November 1865 ; 
marr. there 14 February 1895, 
William Charlton McKech- 
ney of Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey. =j= 



Henry John Marten of The Birches, Codsall, co. Stafford; born=i=Frances Anne, only child and 



at Plaistow 3 February 1827 ; M.Inst. C.E. ; marr. 2ndly at St 
John's, Buxton, co. Derby, 5 October 1880, Martha, dau. of 
Henry Shaw of Buxton, J. P. for counties of Derby and Lancas- 
ter; she marr. istly in 1853, William Pilkington of Wilpshire 
(Jrange, co. Lancaster (2nd son of James Pilkington of Blackburn 
CO. Lancaster) ; J.P. for that county. He died at The Birches 
3 November, bur. at Wolverhampton 7 November 1892. Will 
dated 25 February 18S4, proved at Lichfield 24 December 1892, 
by Martha Marten, the relict, and Edward Dimmack Marten, 
the son, the Exors. 



heir of Edward Bagnall Di: 
mack, J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Stafford, J.P. and High Sheriff 
(1856) for CO. Monmouth; 
marr. at Snowhill Chapel, Wol- 
verhampton, 10 August 1854 ; 
died at Penn Fields, Penn, 
CO. Stafford, 26 March, bur. 
at Wolverhampton 31 March 
1862. ist wife. 



^'^'^"f ?!!^I!!,!";5''ir ^■^."'■y ^^'l^P °^ Avonside House,=Fanny Jane, dau. of Joseph 



ot I he Birches, Codsall, Bitton, co. Ciloucester ; born at Penn Shellard of Bitton bv 

and Victoria Street, West- Hall 8 May 1856 ; of St. John's Col- Susannah his wife; born at 

minster ; born at Penn lege, Cambridge, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. ; Keynsham, co. Somerset 

Hall, lenn, 6 June 1855 ; marr. istly at Ulverston Parish Church 8 July 1854 ; marr at St' 

of St. Johns College, Cam- co. Lancaster, 10 Dec. 1878, Hannah, Mary's, Paddington, Lon- 

bridge, B.A. 1S79, M.A. dau. of John Clegg of Priory Park, don, 23 June 

18S2; M. Inst. C.E. U]vf>r«fnn- HipH 5t k-«vr,cKoro o„<.,i,. ,..;<■„ 



Ulverston; died at Keynsham, aged 34, wife. 
30 May 1890. 

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Ellen Mary, eldest dau. and coheir; born at West Ham, co. Essex, 20 February 1831 ; marr. at 
St Thomas', Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, 26 April 1866, as his 2nd wife, the Very Rev. John 
Mee (2nd son of John Mee of Nottingham); Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 1846, B.A. 
1849, M.A. 1S53, Perpetual Curate of Riddings, co. Derby, 1850-54, Dean of Grahamstown 
1861-64, Vicar of St. Jude's, Southwark, London, 1864-71, Member for Southwark of first 
School Board for London 1870, of Queen's College, Oxford, 24 November 1S79, Rector and 
Mcar of Westbourne, co. Sussex, 1871-83 ; died at Banavie, Scotland, aged 59, 19 September, 
bur. at Westbourne 25 September 1883. Will dated 10 August 1882, proved (Prm. Reg., 916, 
83) 20 November 1883, by Rev. John Henry Mee of Westbourne, co. Sussex, and the Rev. 
Edward Melford Mee of Queen's College, Oxford, the sons, the Exors. Slie died at Westbourne 
9 November 1879. Adirion, with will dated 26 November 1872, annexed, granted (Prin. Reg., 
1014, 79) 18 December 1879, to the Very Rev. John Mee of Westbourne Rectory, co. Sussex, 
the husband, the sole E.xor. =p 



Arthur Robert Marten of Tudor House,=Emily, eldest dau. of Frederick Cotton Anna Rose, born 

Blackheath Park, co. Kent ; born at Finch of Tudor House, Blackheath at Plaistow 23 

Plaistow, CO. Essex, 15 April 1839. Park ; marr. at Christ Church, Lee, January 1846. 

CO. Kent, 25 April 1865. 



Lilian Jeannette, born 
at Blackheath 10 No- 
vember 1867. 

Mary Helena, born at 
Tilackheath 9 Septem- 
ber 1870 ; of Somer- 
ville College, Oxford. 



John Thomas Marten,=Agatha, dau. of Rev. Ed- 
born at Blackheath 28 ward Templeman, M.A. of 
September 1872 ; of Pembroke College, Ox- 
New College, Oxford, ford, and Rector of Pitch- 
matriculated 16 October cott, CO. Buckingham; 
1 89 1, aged 19, B.A. marr. at Nagpur, India, 
i895;enteredtheLidian 30 November 1897. 
Civil Service in 1896. 



I 
George Henry 
Marten, born 
at Blackheath 
20 Jan. 1876 ; 
of King's Col- 
lege, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 
1898. 



His Honour Judge Sir Alfred George Marten, Knt, of 21 Prince of= 
Wales Terrace, Kensington ; born at Plaistow, co. Essex, 9 Novem- 
ber 1S29 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge ist (in a bracket) in the 
Civil Law Classes 1854-5, 19th Wrangler and B..\. 1856, M.A. 
1859, Fellow 1865, LL.M. 1874, LL.D. 1879; called to the Bar 
26 January 1857 with ist class certificate of honour, Examiner for 
Law Tripos 1865, Q.C. (Chancery Division) 1874, Bencher of the 
Liner Temple 1874, M.P. for Cambridge 1874-80, admitted to the 
Livery and Member of Cooks' Company, London, 14 September 
1874, admitted on the Court 1898, Chairman of Select Committee 
on Bill for Parliamentary and Municipal Registration Act 1878, 
introduced the Bills for The Settled Estates Act 1877, The Debtors' 
Act 1878, and the Public Health (Literments) Act 1879, Treasurer 
of the Liner Temple 1893, appointed Judge of County Courts 
(Circuit No. 37) i January i8g6, Knighted 28 February 1896, J. P. 
for the counties of Bedford, Berks, Buckingham, Hertford, Middle- 
sex and Oxford, and for Windsor. 



Patricia Barrington, eldest 
dau. of Captain Vincent 
Frederick Kennett of The 
Manor House, Dorchester- 
on-Thame, co. Oxford, by 
Arabella Henrietta his wife, 
dau. of Sir Jonah Barring- 
ton, King's Counsel and 
Judge of the Admiralty in 
Ireland, and widow of Ed- 
ward Flughes Lee, Baron 
Calabrella in Sicily ; marr. 
at St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London, 28 De- 
cember 1869. 



Henrietta Frances Anne, born at 
Penn Hall 26 April 1857 ; marr. at 
Ettingshall, Wolverhampton, 8 Oc- 
tober 1878, William Howard Lewis 
(son of Edwin Lewis of Goldthorn 
Hill, Wolverhampton) ; born 13 
November 1S54. =j= 
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Florence Eliza, born at Penn Hall 8 May 1858 ; marr. at 
Codsall Parish Church 6 June 1889, Henry Evans of 
Hagley, co. Worcester (son of Richard Evans of Peiule- 
ford Hall, Tetteuhall, co. Stafford, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of James Shaw-Hellier of The Wodehouse, Wombourne, 
CO. Stafford); born at Pendeford Hall 2 June 1841. 
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Alice Anne, younger dau. and coheir, patroness of the advowson of Westbourne; born at Upper 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 24 July 1844; marr. at Holy Trinity, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 26 April 
1878, Rev. John Henry Mee of The Chantry, Westbourne, Emsworth, co. Sussex (eldest son 
of the Very Rev. John Mee, M.A., Rector of Westbourne, co. Sussex, by Eleanor his ist wife, 
eldest dau. of Henry Flower of Derby); born i6 August, bapt. at Riddings, co. Derby, 29 
October 1852; of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 23 January 1872, aged 19, Scholar 
1871-75, B.A. 1875, Fellow of Merton College 1875-79, M.A. 1878, B.Mus. 1882, D.Mus 
1888, Ancient History Lecturer at Worcester College since 1878; Precentor of Chichester 
Cathedral 1SS9, Coryphaus of the University of Oxford 1890, County Councillor of West 
Sussex 1890. =f= 



Edward Bindon Marten of=^Clara, youngest dau. of Edward Best of Bilston, co. Stafford J P 
Pedmore, co. Worcester ; 1 for that county, by Mary his wife only child and heir of Matthew 
born at Vauxhall Bridge Dewes of Chipping Norton, co. Oxford; born at Bilston 16 April 
House, CO. Middlesex, 4 [ 1842; marr. at St. Leonards' Parish Church, Bilston, 2t Tanuarv 
April 1832 : M. Inst. C.E. i 1864. ' J } 

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Hubert Bindon Marten, 
born at Stourbridge, co. 
Worcester, 6 November, 
bapt. at St. John's, Stour- 
bridge, 3 December 1 864. 



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Hilda Mary, born at Pedmore 16 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Pedmore, 15 August 1868; marr. there 3 April 1894, as his 
2nd wife, George Macpherson of Gibston, Huntley, co. 
Aberdeen, and of Pedmore (3rd son of George Macpherson 
of Gibston, Huntley, J. P.); born 28 May, bapt. at Huntley 
16 July 1851; J.P. for CO. Stafford. =t= 



Alfred Amberson Barrington Marten of 19 Ox- 
ford Square, Hyde Park, London ; born at 2 1 
Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington, 8 Decem- 
ber 1870, bapt. at St. Stephen's, Kensington, 19 
March 187 1 ; educated at Eton and Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1892, ist-class Law Tripos 
and LL.B. 1893, M.A. and LL.M. 1897, Barrister- 
at-Law of the Inner Temple (with Studentship of 
the Council of Legal Education) 18 November 
1895; admitted to the Livery and Member of 
the Cooks' Company, London, 27 April 1892. 



=Fanny Lois, only dau. of William Tarn of 94 
Lancaster Gate, London, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Charles Arthy of West Bergholt, co. 
Essex, by Frances his wife, and grand-dau. of 
William Tarn, by Lois Anne his wife, dau. of 
William Beare of Bungay, co. Suffolk (see 
Beare Pedigree, page jgj; born at 21 Lancas- 
ter Gate 22 July, bapt. at St. Stephen's, 
Paddington, London, 8 October 1874; marr. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, i June 



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Ellen Louisa, born at Penn Hall 25 July 1859 ; marr. at Codsall Parish Church 30 April 1889, 
Rev. Robert Brooks Egan (son of Thomas Esmonde Egan of Castle Clare, co. Clare) • born 1 7 
February 1855 ; B.A. of London 1880, British Chaplain at Gotha 1898. 



Clarence Henry Kennett Marten, born at 21 
Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington, London, 
28 October, bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensing- 
ton, 22 December 1872 ; educated at Eton and 
Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 
1 89 1, aged 18, Honours ist class (History) and 
B.A. 1895, Assistant Master (History) Eton 
College since September 1896. 



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Isabel Caroline Palncia, born at 21 Prmce 
of Wales Terrace, Kensington, 28 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 22 
December 1872. 

Amy Corisande Arabella, born at 2 1 Prince 
of Wales Terrace, Kensington, 30 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 30 
May 1875. _ 

Alice Frances Ida, born at 2 1 Prince of Wales 
Terrace, Kensington, 28 November 1878, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 23 
February 1879. 



Robert Humphrey Marten of Adelaide,= 
South Australia ; born at Penn Fields, Penn, 
CO. Stafford, 3 August i860; of Gonville 
and Caius College, Cambridge, M.B., B.C., 
M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond., M.B. (ad 
eundem) of Adelaide University. 



Annie Ffreebairn, dau. 
of Thomas Ffreebairn 
Monteith ; born 14 No- 
vember 1865 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Adelaide, 
I September 1890. 



Francis Alfred Marten, 
born at Peiin Fields 
14 March 1862 ; died 
at Pacoco, North 
Burma, East Indies, i 
May 1891. 



Robert Humphrey Marten, 
born at North Terrace, 
Adelaide, 14 June, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Adelaide, 
I September 1891. 



I 
Henry Humphrey Marten, 
born at North Terrace, 
Adelaide, 2 March, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Adelaide, 
14 April 1894. 



Jean Monteith, born at 
North Terrace, Adelaide, 
3 February, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Adelaide, 
31 March 1897. 



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nr AlflT^(In•^T^lU■J!Iartrn. 
<iiuu\l)t.Ci).C. 
-Onnrr cTrinplf . 



(S^olJliart. 



Arms. — Gules, a chevron vair, between three crescents argent. 
Crest.— A stag's head affronte, couped at the neck gules, attired or. 
Motto. — Cervus non servus. 



Samuel Aspinwall Goddard of Edgbaston, co. Warwick=pJ 
(2nd son of Joseph Goddard, J. P., of Brookline, 
Mass., U.S.A., by Mary his wife, dau. of Samuel Aspin- 
wall of Brookline) ; born 4 October, bapt. at Brookline 9 
October 1796; came to England in 1817, and was 
naturalized by Act of Parliament ; wrote, amongst other 
things, on the Decimal Coinage Question in the Parlia- 
mentary Blue Book 1857, "Letters on the American 
Rebellion," published 1870, and "Historical Sketches of 
Brookline," published 1872; died at The Cottage, Little 
Aston, CO. Stafford, in his 90th year, 24 July, bur. in the 
family vault in Old Edgbaston Parish Churchyard 20 
July 1886. M.L 



-^^/y-'/^ a-xy^C-.^ 



I I I 
Julia Bachope, born at Birmingham, 
CO. Warwick, 12 July 1825; died 
unmarried at The Cottage, Little 
.\ston, in her 72nd year, 30 Septem- 
l)er, bur. in the family vault in Old 
Edgbaston Parish Churchyard 5 Oc- 
tober 1896. M.L Adiiion with will 
annexed, dated 25 September 1877, 
and codicil dated 6 December 1893, 
was granted at Lichfield 9 February 
1897, to Fanny Delavan Goddard, 
the sister, one of the next of kin. 

Mary Louisa May, born at Birming- 
ham 28 October 1826, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 29 .'Vugust 1827 ; 
died unmarried at Frederick Road, 
Edgbaston, in her 48th year, 16 
April, bur. in the family vault in 
Old Edgbaston Parish Churchyard 
21 April 1874. M.L 

Edward Delavan Goddard of The 
Cottage, Little Aston, born at Bir- 
mingham 13 April, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 3 August 1828. 



emima, posthumous dau. and co- 
heiress of Captain James Bachope of 
Soho Street, Liverpool, by Hannah 
his wife ; born at Soho Street, Liver- 
pool, II February 1800, bapt. at 
Liverpool Parish Church 23 April 
1803; marr. at Holy Trinity, Liver- 
pool, 14 September 1824 ; died at 
Frederick Road, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, in her 75th year, 8 Jan- 
uary, bur. in the family vault in Old 
Edgbaston Parish Churchyard 13 
January 1875. 



Rev. William Henry Goddard ; born= 
at Birmingham 20 May, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 23 December 
1830; educated at King Edward VL 
Grammar School, Birmingham, and at 
Pembroke College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 November 1848, aged 18, 
Hon. 4th Class Litt. Hum. 185 1, 
B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855 ; Rector of 
East Mersea, co. Essex ; died at The 
Rectory, East Mersea, in his 54th 
year, 17 May, bur. in the churchyard 
there 23 May 1884. M.L at East 
Mersea and Old Edgbaston. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
28 July 1884, to Harriet Goddard, the 
relict. 



^Harriet, eldest 
dau. of Joseph 
Clarke of Badby, 
CO. Northants, by 
Hannah Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Easton ; 
born at Badby 1 1 
March 1831, and 
bapt. there (?io 
record in Regis- 
ter) ; marr. at 
Birmingham 1 7 
February 1S58. 



1 I I I ^ , 

Caroline Elizabeth Gray, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
24 August 1832 ; died unmarr. 17 
April, bur. in the family vault at Old 
Edgbaston Parish Churchyard 23 
April 1850. M.I. 



Fanny Delavan of The Cottage, 
Little Aston, co. Stafford. 



Emily Vanwart, born in 1835 ; 
died, aged 2 years, and i month, 8 
June, bur. in St. Paul's Churchyard, 
Birmingham, 11 June 1837. M.I. at 
St. Paul's, Birmingham, and at Old 
Edgbaston. 

Constance Elizabeth, born 24 Oc- 
tober 1836; died, aged 4 years and 
7 months, 8 May 1838, bur. with 
her sister in St. Paul's Churchyard, 
Birmingham, 16 May 1S38. M.I. 
at Old Edgbaston. 



Francis Aspinwall Goddard,=f=Fanny Pratt, dau 



Rev. 

born at Birmingham 8 January, bapt 
at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 14 April 
1841 ; of St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 1858, aged 
17, B.A. (ist Class Law, &c.) 1861, 
M.A. 1865, Curate of Mistley, co. 
Essex, 1864-66, Assistant Master of 
Dedham Grammar School, co. 
Essex, 1866-75, Curate of Sutton 
Coldfleld, CO. Warwick, 1875-76, 
Vicar of Little Aston, co. Stafford, 
1877-78, Vicar of Caverswall, Long- 
ton, CO. Stafford, from 1878 until 
his death ; marr. 2ndly at Sutton 
Coldfield II February 1879, Fran- 
ces, widow of Rev. James Raven, 
and dau. of Edward Adden- 
brooke. He died at St. Heller's, 
Jersey, in his 48th year, 18 Novem- 
ber, bur. at St. Brelades, Jersey, 23 
November 1888. M.I. Admon 
was granted at Lichfield 14 February 
1889, to Frances Goddard of Cavers- 
wall, CO. Stafford, the relict. 



(y^.^ d Pir^^cc^T^i^ 



of Joseph Skinner 
Lampen of St. Bu- 
deaux, co. Devon ; 
marr. at Haseley 
Parish Church, co. 
Oxford, 24 Octo- 
ber 1867, by Rev. 
Francis Goddard, 
Vicar of Hilmarton, 
CO. Wilts; died at 
Sutton Coldfield, 
and bur. in the 
family vault at Old 
Edgbaston, 12 July 
875. M.L 



Francis Amlirose L^Oyley Ooddard, born at S"- £f ISf^gS^Sr^SS- S 



co^'warwick'Tn October, bapt. there 29 November 
educ ted at'Repton; Lieutenant Stafford M.litia 9 October 
1886, 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Royal Munster Fus.hers 8 Decem- 
ber 1888, Lieutenant 24 June 1891. 



Colonel Alfred Le Gallais of 
the Bengal Staff Corps ; marr. 
at Rangoon, Burma, 18 Novem- 
ber 1896. 



Rainald Williim Knightley=T=Elizabeth,onlydai.. of Edward 
„ 7 J _r T^ A.-a\\\ ' Tnhn Cornock of Berkeley, CO. 



Goddard of Denmark Hill. 
CO. Surrey ; born at Bir- 
mingham, 19 November 
1859, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Birmingham, 22 January 



John Cornock of Berkeley, co, 
Gloucester, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Harpur ; 
marr. at Emmanuel Cliurch, 
Camberwell, CO. Surrey, 5 April 
1890. 



Sara Beatrice Cornock D'Oyley, born at Denmark Hill 
at 2 a.m. on Tuesday, 12 May, bapt. at St. James, 
Knatchbull Road, Brixton, co. Surrey, 4 October 1896. 

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Francis Warren Morrison Goddard 
of Salida, Colorado, America ; 
born at Birmingham 15 Novem- 
ber 1862, bapt. at St. Thomas, 
Birmingham, 17 May 1863. 

John May Goddard of Salida, 
"Colorado ; born at Enfield Place, 
Edgbaston, 22 November 1S64, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Birmingham, 
I October 1865. 



Samuel May Goddard of Los Angeles, Cali-=j=lsabella Octavia, youngest dau. of Arthur Cole 
fornia, U.S.A. ; born at Birmingham i6 May Verner, Mayor of Sandwick, Essex County, 
1843, bapt. at St. Paul's, Birmingham, 27 Canada, by Harriet his wife, 3rd dau. of William 
December 1846. Eayres of Jersey; marr. in Canada in 1871. 



M . II .11 

Minetta Elizabeth, born 2 Edgar Eayres Goddard, Lillian May, born 
August 1872. born 7 July 1876. 30 March 1878. 



Edward Arthur Goddard, Guy Goddard. 
born 6 December 1873. 



Ida Pauline, born 
23 July 1879. 



Rev. Nigel Ernie Goddard, born 
at Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 
16 June, bapt. there 6 July 1870 ; 
of Jesus College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 October 1889, 3rd Class 
Mods. 1891, B.A. (2nd Class 
Theo. SchK) 1893, Curate of 
Rugeley, co. Stafford, 1893. 



I 
Walter Giffard Goddard, 
born at Sutton Coldfield 
I March, bapt. there i 
April 1872; died at St. 
Helier's, Jersey, in his 20th 
year, 31 July, bur. at St. 
Brelade's, Jersey, 5 Au- 
gust 1891. 



Dorothy Mary May, born at 
Sutton Coldfield 7 September, 
bapt. there 28 September 1873. 



Millicent Agnes, born at Sutton 
Coldfield 12 June, bapt. there 
24 July 1875. 



Edward Charlton Lethbridge Goddard of New=Bertha, eldest dau. of Albert F. Hornby of 
York, U.S.A. ; born at Acock's Green, co. Wor- Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. ; born in 1876 ; 
cester, 18 July 1866, and bapt. at Hall Green; marr. at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, 27 May 
educated at Tamworth Grammar School. 1898. 



Gerald Henry George Goddard, born at 
Acock's Green 9 October 1869; educated at 
St. John's Foundation School, Leatherhead, 
CO. Surrey, Denstone College, co. Stafford, 
and at St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 January 1891, B.A. 21 February 
1895, Assistant Master at the Liverpool 
Institute. 



Roland Frederick Norton=y=Emma, 3rd dau. 
(ioddard of Nelson, New of John Hunt of 



Zealand ; born at Acock's 
Green 25 June 187 1, bapt. 
there 18 August 1872. 



Motucka, New Zea- 
land ; marr. at Nel- 
son 2 January 1895. 



Roland William Henry Frederick John May 
Goddard, born at Nelson, Goddard, born at 
New Zealand, in 1895. Nelson in i8g6. 



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^^tMl of Icbtoortl). to. (glouccstrr. anti 
aittle Cbmberton. to. Wortester. 

■Argent, a horse passant bay, between two tilting spears in fesse sable. 



Crest.— Xr\ esquire's helmet proper 



Thomas Shekell of Pebworth, co. Gloucester (son of William^ 
Shekell of Pebworth, by Ann his wife, dau. of Thomas W alford 
of Salford Priors, co. NVarwick); born at Pebworth, and bapt 
there lo May 1741 ; Lord of the Manor of Pebworth, and ot 
Little Comberton, co. Worcester, in right of his wife ; died, 
aged 67, 27 January, bur. at Little Comberton i February 
1809. M.L in church. 



Arm born 7 June 1768; marr. the Ven*"' John Timbrill 
(son of Thomas Timbrill of Pershore, co. Worcester, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of John Ryland of Whitchurch, co. 
Warwick) ; bapt. at Bretforton, co. Worcester, 30 August 
1772- of Worcester College, O.xford, matriculated 14 
January 1790, aged 17, B.A. 1793, M.A. 1796 B.D. 1S03, 
DD 1816, Vicar of Beckford with Aston-under-HiU, co. 
Gloucester, 1797. and of Bretforton 1816-46, Archdeacon 
f.f Gloucester and Vicar of Dursley, co. Gloucester, until 
his death, J. P. for co. Gloucester. She died at Beckford 
18 May, 'and was bur. at Bretforton 23 May 1823. He 
marr 2ndly in 1825, Elizabeth Edwards of Bath, co. 
Somerset, who died, aged 49. 4 June, and was bur. at 
Beckford 9 June 1848. He died at Beckford 7 January, 
and was bur", there 12 January 1865. M.L Will dated 14 
December 1864, proved at Gloucester 16 March 1865, by 
Robert Timbrill of Beckford, the son, the sole Exor. 



:Elizabeth, dau. and heir of John 
Steevens of Dunnington, in the 
parish of Salford Priors, by 
Elizabeth his wife; born at 
Dunnington 30 November 1748; 
died at Little Comberton, aged 
78, 13 July, bur. there 18 July 
1826. 



Elizabeth, born 8 March 1770; 
died 13 February, bur. at Little 
Comberton 20 February 1797- 
M.L in church. 



Charlotte, born at Little Com- 
berton I April, bapt. there 24 
June 1772; died unmarried 19 
February, bur. at Little Com- 
berton 23 February 1791- 
M.L in church. 



Sarah, born at Little Combei 
tun 23 March, bapt. there 2 
June 1774 



; died I June, bur. 
Little Comberton 7 June 
802. I\LL in church. 



I I 



Elizabeth, born at Pebworth 10 August 
1811; died unmarried 15 August, bur. at 
Pebworth 21 August 1825. M.L in church. 

Priscilla, born at Pebworth 28 January, 
bapt. there privately 31 January 1813; 
marr. at Pebworth 13 June 1839, Charles 
Freeman (son of William Freeman of Hid- 
cot Bartram, co. Gloucester, by Mary 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of David Hughes 
Holland); born at Hidcot, bapt. at Mickle- 
ton, CO. (Gloucester, 6 October 1800; died 
at Chipping Campden co. (jloucestcr, 28 
February, bur. at Mickleton 7 March 1846. 
She died at Chipping Campden 7 August, 
and was bur. in the Freeman vault in 
Mickleton Churchyard 12 August 1893. 

I 



Letitia, born at Pebworth 2 May 18 14, and bapt. 
privately the same day ; marr. at Pebworth ana 
1832 [but not registered], John Henry Porter 
M D , of Birmingham, who died at Portland 
Street, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 29 Novem- 
ber 1865. She died 13 June 1883, and was bur. 
in Warstone Cemetery, Birmingham [>io record tn 
Re^yisterX His will dated 16 November 1865, 
with codicil dated 27 November 1865, proved at 
Gloucester 20 December 1865, by Letitia Porter 
of 8 Portland Street, Cheltenham, the relict, the 
sole Exor. =r 

Wilham I'.onner Shekell, born at Pebworth 3 No- 
vember, bapt. there lo November 1S16; died 
intestate and s.p. 19 July, bur. at Pebworth 24 
July 1857. MT. there. His estates passed to his 
brother. 



I I 

John Bonner Shekell, born at 
Little Comberton, co. Glouces- 
ter, 7 Jan., bapt. there i May 
1776; died at Little Comber- 
ton 14 Feb., bur. there 21 Feb. 
1826. M.L in church. 

LfEtitia, born at Little Comber- 
ton 16 June 1 7 78, bapt. there i 
Jan. 1779; died at Little Com- 
berton, and bur. there 17 May 
1782. 



Thomas Shekell, born at 
Little Comberton 10 No- 
vember 1 780 ; Lord of the 
Manors of Comberton and 
Pebworth, J. P. for co. 
Worcester; died at Peb- 
worth 2 May, bur. there 
7 May 1852. M.L in 
church. 



=Hannah, dau. of 
James Hilton of 
Tarvin, co. Ches- 
ter; born 3 June 
1788; died" 27 
November, bur. 
at Pebworth 4 
December 1865. 
M.L there. 



Frances, born 
at Little Com- 
berton 29 No- 
vember 1783 ; 
died 30 No- 
vember, bur. at 
Little Comber- 
ton 1 7 De- 
cember 1799. 



Charlotte, born at Pebworth 31 October, bapt. there 30 November 1817- 
marr. at Pebworth 12 April 1842, Samuel William Haynes (son of Samuel' 
Haynes of St. Mary's, Warwick, by Ann his wife, dau. of William Illingworth 
and widow of Alexander Parkes, R.N.); born 12 November iSoi ; died at 
Leammgton, co. Warwick, aged 67, 19 July, bur. in Budbrooke Cemetery, 
Warwick, 23 July 1869. Will dated 13 April i860, with codicil dated /o 
December 1867, proved at Birmingham 16 November 1869, by Charlotte 
Haynes, the relict, and Thomas Stevens Shekell of Little Comberton, co 
Worcester, the Exors. She died at Leamington, aged 61, 28 May, and was 
bur. in Budbrooke Cemetery, Warwick, 3 June 1879. Will dated 3 April 
:874, proved (Prin. Reg., 547, 79) 17 June 1879, by Henry Shekell Haynes 
ot Romford, co. Essex, and Walter lllingworth Haynes, Lieutenant 107th 
Regiment, the sons, the Exois. =y= 



Mary Hannah, 
born at Peb- 
worth 4 Sept., 
bapt. there 24 
Oct. 1819 ; 
died unmar- 
ried 17 Dec, 
bur. at Peb- 
worth 2 1 Dec. 
1892. M.Lin 
churchyard. 



M 

John Hilton Shekell, born at Peb- 
worth 31 August, bapt. there 29 
September 1822 ; died unmarried 
18 September 1846, and bur. at 
Havannah, Cuba, West Lidies. 
M.L at Pebworth. 

Harriot, born at Pebworth 31 
March, bapt. there 23 April 1825. 



Thomas Stevens Shekell, born= 
at Pebworth 17 July, bapt. 
there 29 July 1826; Lord of 
the Manors of Pebworth and 
Little Comberton, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Worcester, J. P. 
for CO. Gloucester, Alderman 
Gloucester County Council. 



=Mary Anne, dau. of Richard 
Edleston of Nantwich, co. 
Chester, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Charles Chambers of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; born 17 
May, bapt. at Nantwich 21 
June 1826 ; marr. at St. Bar- 
nabas', Kensington, London, 
14 July 1859. 



Rev. Edleston Bonner Shekel!, born at Edinburgh 30 October 
bapt. at St. John's, Princes Street, Edinburgh, 29 November 
1864; of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 22 October 
/n ,t ^Fi '9 (trom Uppingham), migrated to New Inn Hall 
(Balhol), B.A. 1890, Curate of Longhope, co. Gloucester, 1891. 



Hilton Chambers Shekell of 
Rangoon, British Burmah ; 
born at Little Comberton 
Manor, Worcester, 21 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there lo May 
1866. 



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Thomas Longstaff of Bishop=rSarah, 2nd dau. of George 
,.„i.i.„j „„ n„rVinm /!;nn and Sarah Dixon ot Cock- 



e CoHeire of Arms.— 
i^uaricr.y, ..B-- — sable on a bend 
indented gules, between two pheons of the 
first, a quarter-staff or. 

C«i;_Two arms embowed, vested 
sable semee de lys, and cuffed argent the 
hands proper, grasping a quarter-stoff, iess- 
wise, or. 

.1/i)«<7.— Vigilate. 



Auckland, co. Durham (son 

of George Langstaff of But- 

terknowle, in the Parish of 

Hamsterley, co. Durham, by 

Ann Morgan his wife) ; born 

9 September 1768, bapt. at 
Hamsterley 5 January 1769; 
died at Bishop Auckland 
13 February, bur. at St. 
Helen's, Auckland, co. Dur- 
ham, 16 February 1829. 
Will dated 9 February 1829, Mirwucu,: *« ^,,.......,. ~j 

proved at Durham 3 March her grandson George Blun 
1829, by George V)\xon 'dell Longstaff. 
Longstaff and Thomas Long- i 
staff, the sons, the Exors. ' 
M.l 



and Sarah Dixon of Cock- 
field, CO. Durham, and 
widow of Matthew Long- 
staff of Bishop Auckland, 
and formerly of John 
Greenwell of Witton-le- 
Wear, co. Durham ; born 
22 November 1765; died 
6 August, aged 70, bur. 
at St. Helen's, Auck- 
land, 10 August 1836. 
Silhouette in possession of 




George Dilon Longstaff of Butterknowle, Vandsword.,- 
co Surrey, formerly of Kingston upon-Hull co.\ ork . 
born at Bi hopWearmouth, co. Durham, 31 March 1799- 
S D of Edmburgh University ; died at Wandsworth, aged 
93 23 September, bur. in Woking Cemetery co. St:rrey, 
fsSeptem'ber 1892. M.L ^V.U dated 27 tebruay 880 

S the sons, the Exors^ Medal -/J ^-'-'^ ^ ^''^■^'^' 
in possession 0/ his son, George Blundell Longstaff 

Written at the age of 92. 



.Maria, eldest dau. of Henry Blundell 
of Brunswick liouse, Sculcoates^ co. 
York J P. for Kingston-upon-HuU, 
and Mayor for that town, by Maria 
his wife, dau. of Bartholomew Porter 
of Hull, CO. York ; born 27 January 
,812; marr. by licence from the 
Archbishop of York, at Sculcoates 
17 October 1833; died at Uands- 
worth, aged 67, 15 December, bur. 
in Woking Cemetery 20 December 
1S79. M.L 



Charlotte Maria, 
born at Hull 13 
October, died 16 
October, and bur. 
at Waltham Street 
Chapel, Hull, 18 
October 1834. 



Llewellyn Wood Longstaff of Ridgelands,= 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, and of Seabank 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, formerly ot 
Summergangs Hall, Kingston-upon-Hull ; 
born at Wandsworth 23 December 1841, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, I;;>ndon, 31 
July 1885 ; President of the Hull Chamber 
of Commerce and Shipping, Lieut-Colonel 
(late) Commanding ist East Yorkshire 
Rifle Volunteers (Long Service Medal). 



=Mary Lydia, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
William Sawyer of Southampton, 
CO. Hants, by Jemima Jane his 
wife dau. of Thomas Read of 
Clewer, co. Berks ; born 7 De- 
cember 1846, bapt. at Hythe, 
CO. Hants, 21 February 1847 ; 
marr. at The Church of the 
Saviour (Unitarian Chapel), 
I Southampton, 17 -'^pr'l '873- 



I 

Julia, born at Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham, 15 January 1801 ; marr. by Hcence at Staindrop, 
CO. Durham, 27 November 1820, William John Wade of Staindrop; Lieutenant R.N. ; died at 
Bishop Auckland while on half-pay, aged 37, 14 February 1828; marr. 2ndly at St. Andrew's, 
Bishop Auckland, 24 April 1830, Joseph John Robson of Whitworth, co. Durham (son of Joseph 
Robson of Whitworth); died, aged 31, 26 March, bur. at St. Andrew's, Bishop Auckland, 30 
March 183S; marr. 3rdly at St. Andrew's, Bishop Auckland, 9 February 1841, as his 2nd wife, 
John Charlton of Seaton Burn in the parish of Longbenton, co. Northumberland (son of George 
Charlton) ; died, aged 60, 25 May, bur. at Dinnington, co. Northumberland, 28 May 1867. She 
died at Seaton Burn, aged 63, i December, and was bur. at Dinnington 4 December 1864. 



Henrietta Maria, 
born at Wands- 
worth, CO. Surrey, 
23 Dec. 1843 ; 
died there 3 1 
March 1 844, bur. 
at Waltham Street 
Chapel, King- 
ston-upon-HuU. 



I 
George Blundell Longstaff of= 
Highlands, Putney, co. Surrey, 
and of Twitchen, Morthoe, co. 
Devon ; born at Wandsworth 
on Monday, 12 February 1849; 
of New College, Oxford, matric- 
ulated 16 October 1868, aged 
19, Scholar 1868-73, B.A.1871, 
M.A. and M.B. 1876, M.D. 
1891 ; F.R.C.P. 1888, J.P. for 
CO. London, Representative for 
the Wandsworth Division Lon- 
don County Council since 1889. 



,Sara Leam, eldest dau. of Edith Finch, 
Edward Di.xon of Clayfield bom at Wands- 
House, Southampton, co. worth i Nov. 
Hants, Civil Engineer, 1850 ; died 
J.P. for the Borough of there, aged 9 
Southampton, by Sara his months, on 
wife, dau. of Henry Blun- Friday i Aug. 
dell of Hull, CO. York; 1851. 
born at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 13 June 1851 ; 
marr. at Effra Road Uni- 
tarian Chapel, Brixton, co. 
Surrey, i April 1875. 




I 
John Longstaff (twin with Edward), 
born at Wandsworth 19 November 
1875, died the next day, and bur. 
in the old cemetery, Garratt Lane, 
Wandsworth. 



I i 

Edward Longstaff (twin with John), Mabel, born at 

born at Wandsworth ig November Wandsworth i June 

1875, died the same day, and bur. 1877, bapt. at St. 

in the old cemetery, Garratt Lane, Mary Magdalen's, 

Wandsworth. Oxford, 9 Decem- 
ber 1886. 



I I I 

Edith Mary, born at Sum- Tom George Longstaff, born Cedric Llewellyn Longstaff, born 

mergangs Hall 9 January, at Summergangs Hall 15 Jan- at Summergangs Hall 17 Feb- 

bapt. privately i April uary, bapt. at St. Mark's, King- ruary, bapt. at St. Mark's, King- 

1874, died the next day, ston-upon-Hull, 22 February ston-upon-Hull, 5 April 1876; of 

and bur. at Kingston-upon- 1875; of Christ Church, Ox- Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 

HuU. ford, matriculated in October lated in October 1894, B.A. 

1893, B.A. 1897. 1897. 



Mary Ann, born at York 9 January 1803 ; 
died unmarried at Bondgate, Bishop 
Auckland, co. Durham, 26 June, bur. at 
St Helen's, Auckland, 29 June 1839. 



Thoias Longstaff of Charlotte, North Carolma 
U S A., formerly of Shildon, co. Durham ; born at 
Darlington, co. Durham, 14 January 1807; died 
unmarried in America 6 May 1850. 



1878, bapt. at St. Mary Magda- if^o ^apt. at St. Mary i«6 v December 

Js Oxford, 9 December 1886; Magdalen s Oxford, 9 De- ^g" s, Ox ^^^^ J^_^ ^^^ ^^ 

of New College, Oxford, matricu- cember 1886. ^^^_^^ 
lated in October 1897. 



' Mars." 



Beatrix Marie Longstaff, born at Sum- 
mergangs Hall, Kingston-upon-Hull, co. 
York, 17 May, bapt. at St. Marks, 
King'ston-upon-HuU, 10 July 1877. 



Frederick Victor Longstaff, born at 
Ilkley, CO. York, 15 June, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, South Kensington, London, 
15 October 1879. 



Kitharine Longstaff, born at Wimbledon, oa Surrey, 
17 Novemtjer 1880, bapt. at bt. Marys, Wimbledon, 
13 May 1881. 

Margaret Longstaff, born at Wimbledon 5 March, 
bapt at St. Mary's, Wimbledon, 11 May 1883. 

Gilbert Conrad Longstaff, born at Bournemouth co- 
Hants, 2 August, bapt. at St. Swithuns, Bourne- 
mouth, 17 September 1884. 



^^a^^y-4 



Mm\) of iSecfeenljam ant) Beptfort, 
CO, Btcnt, 



Arms.— Atgent, on a fess between three boars passant sable 

a fleur-de-lis between two eagles displayed or. 
Cres/. — A goat's head erased argent, armed or. 



James Bush of Montagu Place, Russell Square, London (2nd son of= 
Atkinson Bush of Deptford, co. Kent, by Sarah Reynolds his wife) ; born 
at Deptford in 1764; King's Proctor at Doctors' Commons; died at 
St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, aged 66, 8 February, bur. at St. Maryle- 
bone Church, co. Middlesex, 13 February 1830. Mifiiature by Sir William 
Ross, R.A., in the possession of Rev. Canon Bzish. Will dated in December 
1823, with two codicils dated respectively 10 December 1821, and 12 
December 1823, proved (P.C.C, 75 Beard) 25 February 1830, by Harriot 
Bush, the relict, and Rev. James Bush, the son, the Exors. Adriion was 
further granted in the Principal Registry 28 November 1866, to Rev. 
James Bush and Rev. Paul Bush, the grandsons. 



Harriot, only child 
and heir of Rev. 
Duncan Dallas, 
M.A. (grandson of 
Alexander Dallas of 
Murray, co. Forfar), 
by Elizabeth Smith 
his wife; born at 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex; died at 
Edinburgh. 



Rev. James Bush, born 24 August= 
1791, bapt. at Southampton, co. 
Hants, 13 June 1796; educated at 
Harrow and Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 July 1808, aged 16, 
B.A. 1814, M.A. i8i6, a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 181 1, Rector of South 
Luffenham, co. Rutland, 182S ; died 
at Bradninch Vicarage, co. Devon, 
aged 58, II December, bur. at Brad- 
ninch 14 December 1849. Minia- 
ture by Sir William Ross, R.A., in 
the possession of Rev. Canon Bush. 
Will dated 7 November 1849, proved 
(P.C.C, 4, 50) 8 January 1850, by 
Maria Charlotte Bush, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



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^Maria Charlotte, dau. of 
Joseph Warner of Lewes, 
CO. Susse.x, by Elizabeth his 
wife (Portraits of Joseph 
Warner and his wife in 
the possession of Rev. Canon 
Bush), dau. of Drewry 
Ottley; born 19 September 
1794; marr. in London 5 
July 1 8 14; died at Masham 
Rectory, co. York, aged 65, 
4 March, bur. at Masham 
9 March i860. Miniature 
by Sir William Ross, R.A., 
in the possession of Rev. 
Canon Bush. 



Atkinson Bush, born 5 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. Gregory- 
by-St. Paul's, London, 7 
March 1793 ; Gentleman 
Commoner of Christ Church 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 October 18 12, 
aged 19; marr. 4 September 
1S14, Ellen, dau. of William 
Foster of Nottington, co. 
Sussex ; died at Berne, 
Switzerland, aged 23, 30 
December 1815, and bur. 
there outside the west door 
of the Old Church on the 
Battlements. 



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Harriet, born at Upper Helions, co. Devon, 17 July, bapt. there 8 September 1815 ; marr. at 
I'lumbland, co. Cumberland, 11 April 1841, Rev. Alexander Rhind Webster (only son of 
Andrew Bisset Webster of St. Andrew's, Scotland, by Ann Bell his wife) ; born 30 June 1S16 ; 
of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, matriculated i February 1838, aged 21, B.A. 1841, AL.^. 1844, 
Rector of St. Martin's, Stamford, co. Lincoln, and Domestic Chaplain to the Marquis of Exeter, 
afterwards Rector of Tinwell, co. Rutland, where he died 5 July, bur. at South Luffenham 
') luly 18S9. She died at St. Martin's, Stamford, 17 July, and was bur. at South Luffenham 20 
July 188,. ^ 



Rev. James Bush, born at Mus\vell= 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, 3 April, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Hornsey, co. Middle- 
.sex, 8 May 1817; of St. Mary Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 October 
1838, aged 21, B.A. 1846, M.A. 
1848, Rector of Ousby, co. Cumber- 
land, 1854-76; marr. 2ndly at the 
Episcopal Church, Dumbarton, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Black of 
Auchentoschen, co. Dumbarton ; 
born 28 July 1835 ; died at Buck- 
yeats, Windermere, co. Cumberland, 
26 May, bur. at Finsthwaite 29 
May 1894. He died at Buckyeats, 
Windermere, 16 July, bur. at Fins- 
thwaite, CO. Lancaster, 20 July 1889. 
Will dated 13 Tanuary 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 885, 89), 27 November 
1889, by Elizabeth Bush of Buck- 
yeats, Ulverston, co. Lancaster, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



.-\ugusta, dau. of Cap- 
tain Robert Bingham 
Newland of Kemps- 
ton, CO. Bedford, and 
of the Royal Horse 
Artillery, A.D.C. to 
the Duke of Welling- 
ton at Waterloo, J . P. 
and D.L., by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
William Long of 
Bedford ; born at 
Kempston ; marr. 
there 13 February 
1849; died in April 
1869, and bur. at 
Hastings, co. Sussex. 



Charlotte, born at Stockleigh 
Pomeroy, co. Devon, 27 November 
1 819, bapt. there 23 April 1820; 
marr. at Crosthwaite, co. Cumber- 
land, 10 June 1848, James George 
Boucher of Heatherden House, co. 
Sussex (eldest son of James George 
Boucher [formerly Crabb] of Shed- 
field, CO. Hants, and of Heatherden 
House, by EUzabeth his ist wife, 
dau. of Richard Welland of Ly nip- 
stone, CO. Devon) ; born at Shed- 
field 30 October 1823; educated 
at Harrow and Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 8 July 1843, 
aged 20, J. P. for co. Sussex ; died 
at Southsea, co. Hants, aged 70, 29 
June, bur. at Waldron, co. Sussex, 
4 July 1894. =r 

A\ 

(See Hext Pcdis^ree, Vol. i., 
/'age 203). 



Mary Amelia, born at Ousby Rectory 10 April, 
bapt. at Ousby 21 April 1850 ; died at Rothesay, 
N B., 18 April 1875, and bur. there. Admon 
was granted at the Prmcipal Registry 23 Decem- 
ber 1889, to Elizabeth Bush of Buckyeats, Ul- 
verston, CO. Lancaster, the sole Executrix of the 
will of the Rev. James Bush, the father. 

Augusta Charlotte, born at Melmerby, co. Cum- 
berland, 8 November, bapt. at Ousby 2 Decem- 
ber 1855 ; marr. at Ousby 10 October 1874, 
V.'illiam Dunn Black (son of Robert Black of 
Auchentoschen, by Sarah his wife, dau. of George 
P.irk); born at Royal Crescent, Glasgow, 14 
February 1842. =f 

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Robert Newland Bush, born at Ousby Rectory 
22 February, bapt. at Ousby 12 April 1857. 



Caroline Violet, born at Ousby 4 Decem- 
ber, bapt. there 5 December 1859 ; marr. at 
Barton, co. Westmoreland, 4 September 
1879, John Knubley Parker of Evening Hill, 
CO. Cumberland (4th son of Rev. Christo- 
pher Parker of Skirwith Abbey, co. Cumber- 
land, J.P., by Sarah his wife, dau. of Edward 
Railton of Unthank, co. Cumberland) : 
born 15 March 1853: J.P. for counties of 
Cumberland and Westmoreland. 



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Fanny ]':iizabeth, born at Ousby Rectory 
29 November, bapt. at Ousby 8 December 
1861. _ 

Edward Bingham Bush, born at Ousby 
Rectory 15 October, bapt. at Ousby 16 
October 1863. 



Rev. Paul Bush, born at= 
Gayton Rectory, co. North- 
ampton, 7 May, bapt. at Gay- 
ton 12 May 1822 ; of St. 
Mary Hall, Oxford, matric- 
ulated 5 December 1839, aged 
17, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1847, 
ad eundem Cambridge 1848 ; 
Rector of Duloe, co. Cornwall, 
since 1850, and also Vicar of 
Herodsfoot, co. Cornwall, 
1S78-82 ; Honorary Canon 
of Truro 1882. 



=Avarilla Oliveria Cromwell, only child 
Cromwell Russell of Cheshunt Park, 
CO. Hertford, by Avarilla Aphra his 
wife, dau. of Rev. William Archibald 
Armstrong of Pengelly Lodge, Ches- 
hunt, CO. Hertford, J. P., F.S.A., great 
granddau. of Oliver Cromwell, the 
great great grandson and last male 
descendant of the Protector ; born at 
Cheshunt 19 July 1826, bapt. there 
6 July 1S27; marr. at Axmouth, co. 
Devon, 23 January 1849 J died at 
Duloe Rectory 23 November, bur. at 
Duloe 25 November 1893. 



and heir of Artemidorus 




Fac-simile of an old silver 
seal (now in the possession of 
Elizabeth Oliveria, eldest 
dau. of Rev. Canon Bush, 
Rector of Duloe) used by 
Mary, dau. of Nicholas 
Skinner of London, and 
widow of Thomas Crom- 
well, great grandson of 
Oliver Cromwell, Lord 
Protector. 

Arms. — Cromwell im- 
paling Skinner. 



Gertrude Julia, 6th dau. of George=j=Rev. Thomas Cromwell Bush,=j= 



Coles of Elmfield, Streatham, co. 
Surrey, by Margaret hi.s wife, 
eldest surviving dau. of William 
Leaf of Park Hill, Streatham ; 
born at Oakfield, New Park, 
Clapham, co. Surrey, 16 August 
1853 ; marr. at St. Leonard's, 
Streatham, 2 February 1887 ; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 
34, 13 June, bur. at Queen Camel, 
CO. Somerset, 16 June 1888. M.L 
I St wife. Will dated 2 February 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 10, 89) 
3 January 1889, by Rev. Thomas 
Cromwell Bush of Queen Camel, 
CO. Somerset, the sole Exor. 



born at Duloe Rectory 8 April, 
bapt. at Dulue 27 April 1851 ; 
educated at Rugby and Mag- 
dalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
17 October 1870, aged 19, B.A. 
of Hertford College 1876, M.A. 
1882, Rector of Alford with 
Hornblotton, co. Somerset, 
since 1897. 



yi/UyKUrtCM^u^ 



Barbara Christiana, eldest 
dau. of David William 
Hicks John Horndon of 
Pencrebar, co. Cornwall, 
J.P. and D.L., Captain 
Royal Cornwall Rangers, 
by Susannah Read his wife, 
only dau. of Admiral Wil- 
liam Hext of Tredethy and 
Llancarfe, co. Cornwall ; 
born 23 May, bapt. at 
St. Mabyn, co. Cornwall, 
23 June 1858; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Callington, co. 
Cornwall, 13 August 1892. 



Paul Cromwell Bush, born at Bath 
30 April, bapt. there privately 6 
June 1S88. 



David Graham Horndon l!ush, born 
at Queen Camel 20 July, hapt. there 
20 August 1893. 



Elizabeth, born at Haseness, Buttermere, co. Cumber- 
land 25 November 1824, and bapt. at Buttermere; 
marr at Plumbland Parish Church, co. Cumberland, 
28 May 1844, Rev. William Paley Graham (son of 
Rev. Fergus Graham, LL.D., Rector of Arthuret and 
Kirkandrevv-on-Esk, co. Cumberland, by his 2nd wife 
Jane, eldest dau. of the Ven^'-^ William Paley, D.U., 
Archdeacon of Carlisle and Sub-Dean of Lincoln); born 
12 April 1817, bapt. privately next day, baptism regis- 
tered at Arthuret ; of Queen's College, Oxford, matric- 
lated 25 June 183s, aged 18, Scholar 1835-44, B.A. 
1830, M.A. 1843, Rector of Blyborough, co. Lincoln, 
1847-70; died 29 April, bur. at Blyborough 4 May 
1870. She died 31 March, and was bur. at Blyborough 
5 April 1849. =r 



Mary, born at Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 

13 January, bapt. there 25 January 
1827 ; marr. at Melmerby, co. Cum- 
berland, 3 July 1856, Rev. Thomas 
Hedlev (son of George Hedley, by 
Isabella Richardson his wife) ; born 

14 December 182 1, and bapt. at St. 
George's, Camberwell, co. Surrey; 
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847, Sub-Dean, 
Rector of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, 
and Hon. Canon of Ripon Cathedral 
since 1865. She died at Grundis- 
burgh, aged 59, 30 January 1886, and 
was bur. there. =r= 



Elizabeth Oli- 
veria, born at 
Duloe Rectory 
29 November, 
bapt. at Duloe 
25 December 
1852. 



James Graham=i=Catherine, 3rd da 



Bush, born at 
Duloe Rectory 
20 June, bapt. 
there 23 July 
1854. 



of A. A. Hilson, 
M.D., Inspector- 
General of Hospi- 
tals in the Bengal 
Civil Service, by 
Alice Anderson his 
wife; born 12 Au- 
gust 187 1 ; marr. at 
Darjeeling, India, 2 
October 1891 : died 
at Koomtai, Assam, 
19 April 1898, and 
bur. there. 



Olive, born at Koomtai 
2 September 1S92. 



Captain Paul Warner Bush, R.N., born 
at Duloe Rectory 21 Sept., bapt. there 
14 Oct. 1855 ; Flag-Captain to Admiral 
Douglas, Commander-in-Chief on the 
East Indies Station; 4th Class Order of 
the Osmanieh. 

Charles Cromwell Bush of Highlands, 
Guernsey; born at Duloe Rectory 29 
May, bapt. at Duloe 29 June 1857 ; marr. 
at Christ Church, Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey, 
14 July 1898, Mary Ainslie, youngest dau. 
of Lieut.-General William Kelty McLeod 
of AUandale, Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, 
J. P. for CO. Limerick, by Emilie his 2nd 
wife, dau. of James Thomson, Consul at 
Gibraltar. 

Charlotte Mary Avarilla, born at Duloe 
Rectory 4 Nov., bapt. at Duloe 27 Nov. 
185S. _ 

Beatrice Maud, born at Duloe Rectory 
13 March, bapt. at Duloe 7 April i860. 



i 

John Bush of Beauthorn, UUswater, co. Cumberland ;= 
born at Butleigh Rectory, co. Somerset, 15 April, bapt. at 
Butleigh 20 April 1828; purveyor to H.M. Forces, Acting 
Assistant Comptroller for the North of Ireland 1868-69, 
formerly Assistant Commissioner for Crown Lands, and 
J. P. for the Colony of Victoria, Australia, 1854; served 
in China War 1857-58 (medal); J. P. for Cumberland. 



Charlotte Sarah, born at Belfast, co. Antrim, 
25 February, bapt. at Belfast Parish Church 
23 March 1866; marr. at Water Millock, co. 
Cumberland, 2 August 1893, Rev. Bernard 
George Richard Hale (only son of Bernard 
Hale of Bridlington Quay, co. York, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Colonel William Gurley); 
born 26 October 1859, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Bridlington Quay, i January i860; of New 
College, O.'cford, matriculated 24 January 1879, 
aged 19, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1886, Rector of 
Patterdale, co. Cumberland, since 1892. 



■Isabella Park, 4th dau. of Robert 
Black of Glenarbuck House, co. 
Dumbarton, and Kelvinhaugh, Glas- 
gow, by Sarah his wife, dau. of George 
Park of Waterside, co. Lanark ; born 
at Glasgow 14 November 1840, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at Glenarbuck 
House 30 November 1864. 



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Robert Bush, born at Belfast 19 July, bapt. 
at Belfast Parish Church 14 August 1867 ; 
educated at Harrow and St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1886, aged 
19, B.A. 1889, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. 1892. 

Mary Isabella, born at Beauthorn, UUswater, 
7 April, bapt. at Water Millock 14 May 1874. 



John Bush, born at Beauthorn 14 May, bapt. 
at Water Millock 11 June 1880. 



I 
Rev. Herbert Cromwell Bush=i= 
of The Close, Salisbury; born 
at Duloe Rectory, co. Cornwall, 
7 November, bapt. at Duloe 30 
November 186 1 ; educated at 
Winchester and Hertford Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 18 
October 1880, aged 18, B.A. 
1885, M.A. 1891, Curate in 
charge of Laverstock, Salisbury, 
since 1889, Minor Canon of 
Salisbury Cathedral. 



Mabel Augusta Holdsworth, 
4th dau. of General Reynell 
George Taylor, C.B., C.S.I., 
of Newton Abbot, co. Devon, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of 
Arthur Bastard Eastabrooke 
Holdsworth of Widdicombe, co. 
Devon, J. P. ; born at Widdi- 
combe 7 June, bapt. at Stoken- 
ham, CO. Devon, 21 June 
1868 ; marr. at Wolborough, 
CO. Devon, 13 August 1889. 



Ethel Julia, born at Duloe 
Rectory 13 October, bapt. at 
Duloe 8 November 1863. 

Gertrude Harriett Cromwell, 
born at Duloe Rectory 5 
September, bapt. at Duloe 
29 September 1865. 

Mabel Ottley, born at Duloe 
Rectory 30 December 1868, 
bapt. at Duloe 6 January 



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James Cromwell Bush, born Reynell Owen Cromwell Bush, Oliver Herbert Bush, born at 

at The Close, Salisbury, 14 born at The Close, Salisbury, 23 The Close, Salisbury, 9 Dec. 

March, bapt. at St. Andrew's, March, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 1895, and bapt. at Salisbury 

Laverstock, 12 April 1891. Laverstock, 20 April 1893. Cathedral 3 January 1896. 



fau^S^a/^ 



Xatorcnte of tlje Citj) of 2:ont)on, anti of 
36itng's Bite, ascot, to. MttKs. 




Thomas Lawrence of St. Agnes,= 
CO. Cornwall (only son of 
Thomas Lawrence of St. Agnes, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Anthony Rowsse of Illogan, 
CO. Cornwall) ; bapt. at St. 
Agnes 2 February 1760; bur. 
there 15 March 1812. 



Mary, dau. of John Ton- 
kin of St. Agnes ; bapt. 
there 5 November 1768 ; 
marr. at St. Agnes i 
April 1788; died, aged 
82, 12 April, bur. at St. 
Agnes 19 April 1850. 



ylrms on record in the College ofArms.^ 
Ermine, on a cross raguly gules, between 
in the 1st and 4th quarters, a fasces erect, 
surrounded by a wreath of oak leaves proper, 
a pair of compasses extended or. 

Crest.— A wolf's head erased argent, 
crusilly, charged with a pair of compasses 
extended sable. 

Motto. — Per ardua stabilis. 



William Lawrence of Tavistock=i 
Square, co. Middlese.\, and of 
Bread Street, City of London; 
born4 Feb. 1789; J-P- for ^^'est- 
minster and co. Middlesex, 
elected Alderman of Ward of 
Bread Street 1848, and Sheriff 
of London and Middlesex 1849 ; 
one of the Commissioners of 
Lieutenancy in and for the City 
of London ; died, aged 66, at 
94 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 
Park, on Sunday, 25 Nov., bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, i Dec. 1855. Will 
dated 8 Oct. 1855, proved 
(P.C.C. 43. 56) 12 Ja"- 1856, 
by William Lawrence, James 
Clarke Lawrence, Alfred Law- 
rence, and Frederick Lawrence, 
the sons, four of the Exors. 




=Jane, 4th dau. of Other 
James Clarke of issue. 
Wimeswold, near 
Loughborough, 
CO. Leicester ; 
born 6 Aug. 1 7 94; 
married at St. 
Mildred's, Bread 
Street, 21 Sept. 
181 7; died at 94 
Westljourne Ter- 
race, Hyde Park, 
on Saturday, 14 
Feb., in her 80th 
year, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Ceme- 
tery 21 Feb. 1874. 
Will dated 8 Feb. 
1874, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 196, 
74) 21 March 
1874, by William 
Lawrence of 94 
Westbourne Ter- 
race, CO. Middle- 
sex, the son, one 
of the Exors. 



of London and Middlesex 1857-58, Lord Mayor 1863-64, ^I™|;^Srted in 1887 ; died at 
Company 1874-75, M.P.for City of London 1865-74 and 1880-85, ^-nig'^ ^a '"'^7 ; 

ii^rre'sidLceJUdelaide Crescent Brighton, co. Sussex aged 78 on ^'^^^^ 
Kensal Green Cemetery on Saturday, 24. Apr. 1897. WiU ^'^'f "^ ' V\"f s^ 9 
dated 23 April 1894, proved in the Principal Registry '^ ^ugu 189., b> Edw^^n a 
brother, Alfred Henry Lawrence and Frederick William Lawrence, tlK nephew., 



A. 



"^/.OLa^rr^ ^^^<a4^^<^<2-^ 



I 

Sir James Clarke Lawrence, Bart., of Westbourne= 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London ; born i September 
1820; J. P. and D.L. for counties of Middlesex and 
Surrey, and for the City of Westminster; one of the 
Commissioners of Lieutenancy for the City of London, 
Governor of Christ's Hospital, President of Royal 
Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlehem, Master of the 
Carpenters' Company 1859-61, elected Alderman of 
Ward of Walbrook 4 December i860, and succeeded 
to the Ward of Bridge Without on the death of his 
brother. Sir William Lawrence ; Sheriff of London and 
Middlesex 29 June 1862, Lord Mayor 1868-69, M.P. 
for Lambeth 1868-85, created a Baronet 16 Decem- 
ber 1869, Prime Warden of the Fishmongers' Company 
1888-89 ; died at his residence, Coombelands Park, 
Addlestone, co. Surrey, aged 76, on Friday, 21 May, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery on Friday 28 May 
1897. Will dated 24 February i8g6, proved in the 
Principal Registry 16 August 1897, by Edwin Law- 
rence, the brother, Alfred Henry Lawrence and 
Frederick William Lawrence, the nephews, and Michael 
Bowring Castle, the Exors. 



=Agnes Harriette, 
elder dau. of 
Michael Castle 
of Hatherleigh 
House, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester ; 
marr. at Christ 
Church, Clifton, 
17 March 1887. 



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Jane, born 10 Sep- 
tember 1822 ; Lady 
Mayoress to her 
brother, Sir William 
Lawrence, Knight, 
1863-64 ; died at 
75 Lancaster Gate, 
London, aged 74, 
on Sunday, 2 May, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery 7 
May 1897. 

Alfred Lawrence, 
born 29 October 
1824; died in No- 
vember 1825, and 
bur. in the Dissen- 
ters' Burial Ground, 
Gravel Pits, Hack- 
ney, CO. Middlesex. 




^l'^k/tM'-l^Z.<.^ 



Theodora Agnes Clarke, born at 
23 Hyde Park Gardens on Wed- 
nesday, II December i88g. 



Alfred Lawrence of Gloucester= 
Gardens, Hyde Park, London ; 
born 19 July 1826 ; one of the 
Commissioners of Lieutenancy 
for the City of London; died at 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 9 June, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery 
16 June 1875. 



=Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
Henry Ridge of Upper 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex ; 
born II June 1838; 
marr. at the Unitarian 
Chapel, Hackney, 27 
October i8s8. 



I !. 

Frederick Lawrence, born 4 April 
1828; died unmarr. 31 May, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery 6 June 
1864. _ 

Joseph Lawrence, born g April, died 
30 April 1830, and bur. in the Dis- 
senters' Burial Ground, Gravel Pits, 
Hackney. 



I I 
Alfred Henry Lawrence, born at 
32 Gloucester Gardens, Hyde 
Park, 12 April 1859. 

Ellen Mary, born at 32 Glou- 
cester Gardens, Hyde Park, on 
'I'hursday, 27 December i860. 



Annie Jane, born at 32 Gloucester 
Gardens, Hyde Park, on Thursday, 
16 April 1863. 



Caroline Aspland, lion 
cester CJardens, Hyde 
1S65. 



'ark. 



Glou- 
; June 



Frederick William Law- 
rence, born at 42 Glou- 
cester Gardens, Hyde 
Park, on Thursday, 28 
December 187 1. 



Emma, born 6 August 1832 ; 
died unmarr. at Brunswick 
Terrace, Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex, aged 41, on Wednesday, 
4 February, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, co. Middle- 
sex, 12 February 1874. Will 
dated 18 December 1873, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 196, 74) 
21 March 1874, by William 
T,awrence of 94 \N'estbourne 
Terrace, co. Middlesex, the 
brother, the sole Exor. 



Caroline, born 11 December 
1834; died at 36 Tavistock 
Square, London, aged 18, on 
Thursday 24 June 1853. 



Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence, Bart.,= 
of 13 Carlton House Terrace, Lon- 
don, and of King's Ride, Ascot, co. 
Berks; born 2 February 1837; of 
the University of London, B.A. 
1861, LL.B. 1866, a Student of 
the Middle Temple 11 November 
1864, called to the Bar 11 June 
1867, a Member of Convocation, 
and one of the Commissioners for 
the Lieutenancy of the City of 
London. J. P. for co. Berks, and D.L. 
for London, M.P. for Truro Division 
of Cornwall 1895 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 2 February 189S, the 
surname of Durning in addition to 
and before that of Lawrence; created 
a Baronet 10 March 1S98. 



Edith Jane, younger dau. 
and coheiress of John 
Benjamin Smith of King's 
Ride, Ascot, and of 105 
Westbourne Terrace, co. 
Middlesex, M.P. for Stock- 
port 1852-74, and Presi- 
dent of the Anti-Corn-Law 
League, and of the Man- 
chester Chamber of Com- 
merce, by Jemina his wife, 
dau. of William Durning of 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster ; 
born 5 November i S44 ; 
marr. at Little Portland 
Street Chapel, London, on 
Thursday, 11 June 1874. 



Edwin Smith Lawrence, born at 
King's Ride, Ascot, on Friday, 23 
August, and died on Sunday, 25 
August, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 2 September 
1878. 



^^^^^ru^ A<y^^^^*>^<<j^^ 



^mttf), formerly) of ^ttiburj) Hall, 
to. ^alop. 



George Smith of Sidbury Hall, co. Salop (4th son= 
of Jacob Smith of Sidbury Hall, by Margaret Child 
his wife, of the Batch, co. Salop, and brother of 
the Rev. William Smith, M.A. of Christ Church, 
Oxford, and Rector of Badger, co. Salop) ; bapt. 
at Sidbury 10 Marcli 1761 ; died, aged 41, 23 
February, bur. at Sidbury 28 February 1802. M.I. 



=Elizabeth, only dau. of Thomas Watts of 
Earl's Ditton House, co. Salop, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of John Longmore of Coreley, 
CO. Salop; born at Earl's Ditton in 1767; 
died at Holywaste, co. Salop, aged 84, 12 
February, bur. at Sidbury 17 February 185 1. 



I I I 

Mary, bapt. at Sidbury 31 March 
1789 ; marr. James Lucy of Worces- 
ter, who died, aged 38, and was bur. 
at Worcester. M.I. She died at 
Hopton Wafers, co. Salop, aged 76, 
27 April, and was bur. there 3 May 
1865. M.I. Will dated 22 March 
1858, proved at Shrewsbury 12 July 
1865, by Thomas Jacob Smith of 
Hopton Wafers, the brother, the sole 
Exor. 

Elizabeth \Vatts, bapt. at Sidbury, and 
died unmarried. 

Harriet, bapt. at Sidbury 22 April 
1792; marr. Joseph Longmore of 
Mythe House, Tewkesbury, co. Glou- 
cester (son of John Longmore of 
Hopton Wafers by Elizabeth his 
wife, sister of Thomas Watts of Earl's 
Ditton House, co. Salop). She was 
bur. at Tewkesbury. =p 



I I I 

George Smith, bapt. at Sidbury 21 April 1793; died 
30 March, bur. at Sidbury i April 1798. M.I. 



Charlotte, bapt. at Sidbury 17 August 1794; died an 
infant, and was bur. at Sidbury 19 April 1795. 



Sophia, bapt. at Sidbury 3 January 1796; marr. in 
1818, John Smith of Roughton, and of Munslow 
Aston, CO. Salop (son of Thomas Smith of Munslow 
Aston, by Martha his wife, dau. of Richard Corser 
of Upton Cressett, co. Salop); born i March 1795; 
died at Roughton, aged 75, 9 June, bur. at Worfield, 
CO. Salop, IS June 1870. Will dated 14 June 1856, 
with codicil dated 9 May 1870, proved at Shrews- 
bury 25 June 1870, by Sidney Stedman Smith of 
Burcote, co. Salop, the son, the sole Exor. She 
died at 35 Union Grove, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 
18 January, and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 22 January 1863. 



I 



Helen Elizabeth Calpe, 
born at Gibraltar 11 
August 1837 ; died 6 
May 1S55, and bur. at 
Neen Savage, co. Salop. 



I 
Alexander George Smith of 18= 
Mildmay Park, London ; born 
at Gibraltar 28 September 1838; 
entered the Civil Service in Sep- 
tember 1857, became Supervisor 
of Inland Revenue, and retired in 
May 1884. 



^Caroline, dau. of Thomas Woodley 
of Cambridge, by Caroline his 
wife, youngest dau. of George 
Smith of Sidbury Hall ; born at 
Camljridge 30 July 1832 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, 28 September 1861. 



I I I I 

Caroline, born in Jes.sie Maria, born at Ada, born at 14 Elgin Thomas Woodley Smith 

Liverpool 25 Octo- Penge, co. Surrey, i \'illas, Angell Road, born at 14 Elgin Villas^ 

December 1S64. Brixton, co. Surrey, 24 Brixton, 26 September 

July 1867. 1868. 



ber 1863. 



4 



Thomas Jacob Smith of Booterstown, co. Dublin,= 
formerly of Hopton Wafers, co. Salop ; born 28 Oc- 
tober 1797, bapt. at Sidbury, co. Salop, 25 February 
1798; Captain 33rd Regiment of P'oot (Duke of 
Wellington's Own); died, aged 99, at 3 Vernon 
Terrace, Booterstown, i April, bur. in Dean's Grange 
Cemetery, Dublin, 5 April 1897. M.I. 



/ 



J^iPL^^-^ t/^>?2_^^ 



Signa 



letter dated 20 March 1S96, 
n his ggth year. 



Letitia Jane, youngest dau. of John Haw- 
kins of Cullenswood House, co. Dublin, 
by Ellen his wife, dau. of Alexander 
Broomfiekl ; born 29 February 1816; 
marr. at Booterstown 3 November 1836. 



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I 

Flora Adelaide, born at Gloucester 
6 May 1 840 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Saf- 
fron Hill, London, 21 November 1861, 
Sir George Irwin of Harrogate, co. 
York (only son of Acheson Irwin of 
Clonaville House, co. Fermanagh, by 
Anna his wife, dau. of John Martin 
of Summer Hill, Dublin); born at En- 
niskillen, co. Fermanagh, 22 January 
1832; educated at Foyle College, Lon- 
donderry, J. P. for Leeds and for the 
West Riding of co. York ; Knighted 
1892. She died at Althorpe Villa, 
Leeds, co. York, 9 February, and was 
bur. at Chapel Allerton, co. York, 13 
February 1869. 



II. 

John Smith (twin with 
Agnes) ; born at Cork 
in 1 84 1, and bapt. there 
privately ; died in in- 
fancy, and was bur. at 
Cork. _ 

Agnes (twin with John); 
born at Cork in 1841, 
and bapt. there pri- 
vately ; died in infancy, 
and was bur. at Cork. 



I 
Agnes Helen, born at Black- 
rock, CO. Dublin, 11 No- 
vember 1842 ; marr. at St. 
Peters', Saffron Hill, London, 
26 December 1863, Lieut.- 
Colonel Robert Davies, born 
28 May 1829; entered the 
6th Inniskilling Dragoons 23 
April 1858, served in the Cri- 
mean Campaign, and present 
at Battles of Alma and Bala- 
clava (wounded), action at 
Tchernaya, siege and fall of 
Sevastopol (medal with three 
clasps, Turkish and Sardinian 
medals). Captain 28th Regi- 
ment I April 1870, retired 
13 March 18S0. 



i 

Maria, bapt. at Sidbury, co. Salop, 
23 June 1799 ; married Daniel 
Binckes of Cheltenham, co. Glouces- 
ter, who died 24 January, and was 
bur. at St. John's, Worcester, 29 
January 1848. She died ri Jan- 
uary, and was bur. at St. John's, 
Worcester, 16 January 1850. 
T 



I 
Caroline, bapt. at Sidbury 8 February 1801 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Worcester, 20 May 1824, Thomas Woodley of 
Cambridge, who died, and was bur. at Stanstead Mount- 
fitchet, CO. Essex. She died at Wheathill Road, Penge, 
CO. Surrey, aged S3, 4 March 1883, and was bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. Will dated 5 January 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 276, 83) 31 March 1883, by 
Alexander George Smith of 1 13 Preston Road, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, Supervisor of Inland Revenue, the nephew, 
the sole Exor. =t= 



Captain Thomas Hawkins Smith, = 
R.N. ; born at St. John's, Wor- 
cester, lo September 1844; 
entered the Royal Navy 10 Sep- 
tember i860. Lieutenant 22 
September 1872, Staff Comman- 
der 30 January 1884, "Master 
of the Fleet " on the occasion 
of the Jubilee Review in 1897, 
Staff-Captain 1897. 



=Louise Emily Marguerite, eldest 
dau. of Edouard de Ridderde Mont 
Hiver (eldest son of Louis Edouard 
de Ridder de Mont Hiver, Marquis 
de Renezcure, and Baron de Bour- 
bourg et Mont Hiver) ; born at 
Taunton, co. Somerset ; marr. at 
Lima, Peru, South America ; died 
at Southsea, co. Hants, 28 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 3 October 1897. 



ti^=Jl^.,^jyC^Z^^'J^^^^^ 



Alice Gertrude Sophia, 
born at Worcester 30 
September 1846, bapt. 
at Naunton Beauchamp, 
CO. Worcester, 6 May 
1847. _ 

Frances Mary, born at 
Holywaste, co. Salop, 2 
ALiy 1849, bapt. at 
Cleobury Mortimer, co. 
Salop, 28 May 1851 ; 
died at Leeds, co. York, 
in 1872, and bur. there. 



I I 
Elizabeth Watts, born at 
Holywaste 3 May, bapt. at 
Cleobury Mortimer 28 May 
1851. _ 

Letitia Jane, born at Holy- 
waste 6 August 1853, bapt. 
at Cleobury Mortimer 5 April 
1854; died at Leeds in 1S70, 
and bur. there. 



Emily Kate, born at Holywaste 20 May, bapt. at Cleobury 
Mortimer 25 July 1856 ; marr. at Booterstown, co. Dublin, 
6 July 1887, James Mills of Annamore, Blackrock, co. Dublin 
(eldest son of Michael Mills-King of Blackrock, formerly of 
Kingston, co. Wicklow, by Matilda his wife, dau. of James 
Edmonds of Dublin); born in Dublin 31 July 1849; of the 
Public Record Office, Dublin, Member of the Royal Irish 
Academy. 

Ada Constance Georgina, born at Holywaste 14 April, bapt. at 
Cleobury Mortimer 15 June i860. 



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letigarti of ^oole, to. Borset. 



j4rms.— Argent, on a bend six mullets pierced gules, 

a cross-pattee of the field. 
Cresi. — A greyhound or, gorged with a collar gules, 

charged with three bezants. 



George Ledgard of Poole, co. Dorset (eldest son of= 
George Welch Ledgard of Poole, by Susanna Pike his 
wife, dau. of Thoinas Pike Durell, Post-Captain R.N., 
of Poole) ; born at Poole 19 September 1806 ; died 
at South Kensington, London, i September, bur. in 
Kensington Cemetery, Hanwell, co. Middlesex, 5 
September 1883. Will dated 28 April 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 762, 83) 17 September 1883, by 
Nathaniel Polhill Ledgard, the son, the sole Exor. 



.^^;^^^f^;^ 



]\Lartha Frances, only child of Nathaniel 
PolhiU of Lewes, co. Sussex, by Martha 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Hilder of 
Mountfield Park, co. Sussex ; born at 
The Cliffe, Lewes, 15 February 1807, 
and bapt. at Lewes ; marr. at Poole 1 6 
April 1828; died at Pembridge Place, 
Bayswater, London, 20 December, bur. 
in Kensington Cemetery, Hanwell, 27 
December 1862. 



George Polhill Ledgard, born at 
Poole 4 February, bapt. there 7 
April 1829 ; died at Poole, aged 14, 
25 February, bur. in the family vault 
at St. James', Poole, 4 March 1843. 



Frances Elizabeth, born at Poole 28 
July 1830, bapt. at St. James', Poole, 
3 March 1831 ; died 18 December, 
Imr. at St. James', Poole, 24 Decem- 
ber 1837. _ 

Louisa, born at Poole 6 March, 
died 8 March 1833, and bur. in the 
old family vault in yard of Indepen- 
dent Meeting House, Poole. 



Nathaniel Polhill Ledgard, born= 
at Poole 27 November 1834, 
bapt. there 13 April 1835 ; Major 
29th Regiment of Foot; died at 
South Kensington 13 April, bur. 
in Kensington Cemetery, Han- 
well, 18 April 1889. Will dated 
4 September 1884, proved (Pnn. 
Reg., 433. 89) 31 May 1889, by 
Ada Elvira Ledgard, the relict, 
the sole Extrix. 



:Ada Elvira, youngest 
dau. of James Michell 
Winn, M.D., of Har- 
ley Street, London, by 
J osepha Teresa Elvira 
his wife, dau. of Charles 
Paynter of St. Ives, 
CO. Cornwall ; born at 
Finsbury Square, Lon- 
don, 12 August 1855 ; 
marr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, Lon- 
don, 23 April 1874. 




Frances Elvira, born at 24 Neville Street, Onslow Gardens, 
South Kensington, 18 February, bapt. at St. Paul's, Onslow 
Square, London, 3 April 1875. 



84 



I 

Frederic Thomas Durell 
born at Poole, co. Dorset 
November, bapt. there 14 Decem- 
ber 1836 ; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1859 ; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 4 November 1859, 
went to the Inner Temple 14 
January 1863, aged 26, called to 
the Bar 26 January 1863, a Mem- 
ber of the Western Circuit, Q.C. 
20 December 1883, Bencher of the 
Inner Temple 1890. 



Ledgard=i=Mary Dyer, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Dyer Edwardes of London, and 
Worthing, co. Sussex ; born in 
Australia ; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, London, 18 July 
1872 ; died at the Grand Hotel, 
Paris, 12 October, bur. in Worth- 
ing Cemetery 19 October 1888. 
Will dated 13 November 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 899, 88) 29 
October 1888, by Frederic Thomas 
Durell Ledgard of 75 Elm Park 
Gardens, London, Q.C, the sole 
Exor. 



I 
Henry Ledgard, born 
at Poole 5 November 
1837, bapt. there i 
January 1838 ; died 
in London 23 June 
1869, bur. in Kensing- 
ton Cemetery, Han- 
well, CO. Middlesex, 
29 June 1869. 



Ethel, born at Sumner Place, 
South Kensington, London, 2 
June 1873 ; died at Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, 3 June, bur. 
in Worthing Cemetery 7 June 
1890. 



Florence Dyer, born at Sumner Place, South Kensington, 
4 June 1875 ; marr. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 28 
July 1898, Horace Drummond Maurice Sale-Barker, only 
son of J. Sale Barker, R.A., of 22 Palace Gardens Terrace, 
Kensington. 



j^im.wj Iwiol. 




eaton of Colet|)orpe l|aU. to. aRutlanl). 



Arms.— Qn^neily: 1st and 3rd, Or, a fret azure; 2nd and 3rd, Or^ 

a bend azure between three lions' heads, gules. 
Creii. — A lion or, bearing a bow proper. 



Daniel Eaton of Deene, co. Northampton (elder surviving son of= 
Daniel Eaton of Deene, by Elizabeth Sanderson his wife ; brother 
of Ven"'' Stephen Eaton, Rector of St. Anne's, Soho, London, and 
Archdeacon of Middlesex); born 4 May 1730, bapt. at Deene 10 
July 173-' • died 8 December, bur. at Deene 11 December 1789. 
Will dated 4 November 1781, proved (P.C.C, 71 ^is/m/) 25 
February 1790, by Mary Eaton, the relict, and the Rev. Stephen 
Eaton, the brother, the Exors. 



Elizabeth, born Stephen Eaton of Ketton Hall, co.= 

at Deene 15 Rutland : born at Deene 30 March, 

May, bapt. there bapt. there 10 May 1780; died at 

30 July 1778 ; Ketton Hall, aged 54, 25 Septem- 

died at Barnack, bar, bur. at Ketton 30 September 

CO. Northamp- 1834. Will dated 14 August 1831, 

ton, 9 June, bur. with four codicils dated respectively 

at Deene 14 June 16 October 1 831, 20 February 1832, 

1842 27 August 1832, and 19 March 

1833, proved (P.C.C, 623 Tagn- 

mouf/i) 27 November 1834, by 

Charlotte Ann Eaton, the relict, 

and William Clark, M.D., two of the 

Exors named in the third codicil. 



,Mary, eldest dau. of William 
Peake of Oundle, co. North- 
ampton ; died, aged 76, at 
St. Martins', Stamford, co. 
Lincoln, 16 December, bur. 
at Deene 21 December 1813. 



Charlotte Anne, 2nd dau. and coheir of 
George Waldie of Hendersyde Park, co. 
Roxburgh, and of Forth House, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, by 
Ann his wife, eldest dau. of Jonathan 
Ormstonof Newcastle-on-Tyne; born 28 
September 1788 ; marr. at Hendersyde 
Park 14 August 1822 ; died in London 
28 .'\pril, bur. at Ketton 2 May 1859. 
Will dated 25 February 1859, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 350, 59) 1° .Tu"e 1859, by 
Charles Ormston Eaton of Tixover Hall, 
CO. Rutland, the son, and Charlotte 
Eaton, the daughter, the Exors. 



Charlotte, born at Ketton Hall i 
December, bapt. there privately 4 De- 
cember 1825, baptism registered at 
Ketton ; died at Torquay, co. Devon, 
16 April, bur. in the Cemetery there 
19 April 1876. Will dated 7 July 1873, 
with codicil dated 13 Febru.ary 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 563, 76) 15 i^^Y 
1876, by Charles Ormston Eaton of 
Tolethoqje Hall, co. Rutland, the 
brother, John Leach of Ivy Towers, 
CO. Pembroke, Robert Wills of Plas 
Bwll, CO. Flint, and the Rev. Paul 
Bush of Duloe Rectory, co. Cornwall, 
the Exors. 



Charles Ormston Eaton of= 
Tolethorpe Hall, co. Rut- 
land ; born at Ketton Hall 
25 January, bapt. at Ketton 
II February 1827 ; edu- 
cated at Harrow and at 
Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1849, M.A. 
1852 ; J. P. for counties of 
Rutland and Northampton 
and Liberty of Peter- 
borough, High Sheriff for 
CO. Rutland 1864, formerly 
Captain Royal North Lin- 
colnshire Militia. 



Elizabeth Jane, 2nd dau. 
of Robert Hedley of Lid- 
brook, CO. Somerset, and 
of Long Benton, co. North- 
umberland, by Jane Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of John 
Graham-Clarke of New- 
castle-on-Tyne, and of 
Sutton, CO. York ; born at 
Florence, Italy, 24 Sep- 
tember 1834, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at West 
Monckton, co. Somerset, 
9 September 1858. 



Stephen Ormston Eaton, born at=pMary Isabella Emma, only child and heiress of Lord 
Tixover Hall, co. Rutland, bapt. at Edward Thynne,M.l ., 

— ^ . 1 .__ _o/:- . r ,^..1.. A,ToT.A. /^lan f-»f ( hnrles 



Tixover 31 October i860 ; formerly 
Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps 
(60th Rifles). 



£,awaru ii.ynuc, ...... by his 2nd wife Cecilia Anne 

Mary, dau. of Charles Arthur Gore of the ist Lile 
Guards; born 22 June 1866; marr. at Byfleet, co. 
Surrey, 6 November 1890. 



Charles Edward Thynne Eaton, born at 39 Chester 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 21 December 1891. 



I 

John Richard Eaton, born at Ketton 
Hall, CO. Rutland, 7 July, bapt. at 
Ketton 17 August 1828 ; died at 
Carlsbad, Bohemia, 5 April 1892, 
and bur. there. Will dated 31 May 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 428, 92) 
30 April 1892, by Josef de Griez, 
LL.U., and John Henry Laxton, the 
Exors. 



I 
Georgiana Elizabeth, born at Ketton Hall 27 September 
1830, bapt. at Ketton i January 1831 ; marr. at Rome 
10 January 1855, Richard Westbrook Lamb of West 
Denton, co. Northumberland (son of Joseph Lamb of 
West Denton, and of Temon, co. Cumberland, J. P. and 
D.L., by Amelia Mary his wife, dau. of Joseph West- 
brook Michael of Stamford, co. Lincoln); born 11 Au- 
gust 1826 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Northumberland ; died 
9 April, bur. in Kensal Green Catholic Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 14 April 1895. She died at Nice, aged 37, 7 
March 1868, and was bur. there. 



A 



Mary Ann Chariotte, 
born at 18 Charies 
Street, Berkeley Sq., 
London, 15 March, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Margaret Street, Lon- 
don, 13 April 1862. 



Hubert Francis Joseph Eaton of= 
Ketton Grange, co. Rutland ; born 
at 27 (now 46) Park Street, Gros- 
venor Square, London, 19 January, 
bapt. there privately 21 January 
1864, baptism registered at the 
Church of the Assumption, Warwick 
Street, London ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888, 
J. P. for CO. Northampton. 



=Evelyn Mary, only dau. of George 
Augustus Campbell of Erackley, 
CO. Northampton, by Hon'''^ Alice 
Louisa, his wife, eldest dau. of 
Percy, 8''> Viscount Barrington ; 
born 29 November 1874, and 
bapt. at Evenley, co. Northamp- 
ton ; marr. at St. Mary's, Chelsea, 
London, 29 November 1894. 



George Hubert Eaton, born Sybil Evelyn, born 17 February 
2 September 1895, and bapt. 1897, and bapt. at Ketton. 
at Ketton, co. Rutland. 



Rev Robert Ormston Eaton, born Georgiana Elizabeth Mary, Charles Wilfrid Eaton, born 

at St. Martm's, Stamford, co. born at 4 Portland Place, at 3 Cadogan Place, Lon- 

Lmcoln, 12 September, bapt. at London, 12 May, bapt. at don, 12 October bapt at 

St. Augustme's, Stamford, 14 St. Charles', Ogle Street, St. Mary's, Chelsea, 18 No- 

beptember 1866; Pnest of the London, 14 May 1868. vemberi872 
Church of Rome. 



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iSrace of Boberitige 



Henry Brace of Walsall, = 
CO. Stafford (son of Joseph 
Brace of Catshill in the 
parish of Bromsgrove, 
CO. Worcester) ; bapt. at 
Bromsgrove lo March 
1774; died 6 January, 
bur. at St. Matthew's, 
Walsall, 13 January 1851. 



Arms on record in the College o/" .4r/«j. — Sable, a 
bend between two hands and arms couped at the 
elbows argent, habited in mail proper. 

Crest. — An arm embowed, habited in mail, holding 
in the hand, all proper, a sword argent, hilt or. 

Motto.— ^es/Cma. Lente. 



I 
Jane, born i Sept., 
bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Walsall, 19 
Sept. 1802; marr. 
there (ito record in 
Register") William 
Henry Brookes of 
Walsall. She died 
at 8 Victoria Ter- 
race, Walsall, aged 
72, 18 April, bur. 
at Rushall 23 April 



Ann, dau. of Thomas 
\Vooley of Walsall ; 
marr. at St. Matthew's, 
Walsall {no record in 
Register) ; died 27 May, 
aged 49, bur. at St. 
Matthew's, Walsall, 27 
May 1819. 



I 
Henry Brace of May field, Walsall ; born 25= 
December, bapt. at St. Matthew's, Walsall, 30 
December 1814; J. P. for co. Stafford ; died 13 
May, bur. at Rushall, co. Stafford, 17 May 
188S. Will dated 10 May 1879, with four 
codicils dated respectively 9 June 1879, 14 
April 1 88 1, 19 December 1S81, and 5 February 
1887, proved at Lichfield 27 June 18S8 by 
Frank Addison- Brace of Streethay Lodge, co. 
Staffoiu, the son, Thomas Addison Negus of 
Lynn, co. Stafford, and Frederic Fuhrmann 
Clarke, three of the Exors. 



=Eliza, 4th dau. of Jolin 
Russell of Wallington 
House, Bloxwich, co. 
Stafford, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Thomas 
Negus of Wednesbury, 
CO. Stafford ; born 1 7 
February, bapt. at Wed- 
nesbury 22 March 1824; 
marr. at Bloxwich 25 
October 1S48. 



I I I 
Henry Russell Brace ; born 6 Aug., 
bapt. at St. Matthew's, Walsall, 29 
Aug. 1849; died 19 July, bur. at 
Rushall 25 July 1864. 

Edith Mary, born 5 Nov., bapt. at 
St. Matthew's, Walsall, 3 Dec. 1851; 
marr. there 24 Sept. 1872, Thomas 
Addison Negus of Shenstone, co. 
Stafford (only son of James Negus of 
Lynn, co. Stafford, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Allen) ; born 24 
Sept., bapt. at Wednesbury 23 Oct. 
1 84 2 : J. P. for CO. Stafford. 

Ellen Jane, born 21 June, l)apt. at 
St. Matthew's, Walsall, 18 July 1855. 



i 
Frank Addison Brace of Doveridge= 
Hall, CO. Derby, and of Mayfield, 
Walsall ; born 23 April, bapt. at 
Rushall 19 May 1859; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
Oct. 1877, aged iS; J. P. for co. 
Stafford, Lieutenant Staffordshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1890-96. 



..■Xnnie Isobel, dau. 
of Hickson Fergus- 
son of The Knowe, 
in the borough of 
Ayr; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Glasgow, 
CO. Lanark, 23 Nov. 
1887. 



I I 

Henry Fergusson Brace, Edith Dorothy, born at Swin- 

born 16 October, bapt. fen Hall, Lichfield, 3 January, 

at Shenstone 9 Decem- bapt. at Weeford, co. Stafford, 

ber 1888. I-' February 1891. 




Londfii.FMijhcd June J»*1S11 by Colna^hi ,(■ C' C/'ckspnr Sti: 



^embaL 




Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Argent, on a chief indented 
gules three crosses patee of the field. 

Crest. — A thistle proper, erect. 

Motto. — Sub cruce Candida. 

Cri de guerre. — Yvery. 

Supporters. — On either side an 
eagle volant sable. These supporters 
are taken from the seal of Roger 
Perceval, Ktit., temp. Edward I. 
An engraving of this seal is given in 
Anderson's '■'House of Yvery" Vol. 
7, page 42. 



Rt. Honi''= Spencer Perceval (2nd son of John, 2nd Earl of=i=Jane, 2nd dau. of Sir Thomas 
Egmont, Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, by his 2nd wife I Spencer Wilson, Bart., of Charl- 
Catherine [3rd dau. of the Hon'''"' Charles ^-j I ton House, co. Kent, Lieut. - 

Compton], who was created a Peeress of (^-^ . General in the Army, and 

Leland 23 May 1770, as Baroness Arden O Cf ^PVCTlA- Colonel 50''* Regiment of Foot, 
of Lohort Castle, co. Cork, with remainder ff ; by Jane his wife, dau. of John 

to her heirs male ; brother of Charles George, 2nd Lord Arden, : Badger Weller ; born 7 July 
who marr. in the chapel at Charlton House, co. Kent, on | 1769; marr. by licence at East 
Thursday, i March 1787, Margaretta Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Grinstead, co. Sussex, 10 Au- 
Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, Bart.) ; born at Audley Square, 
London, at 7.30 a.m. on Monday, i November, bapt. there 
privately 2 7 November 1762 (Sponsors: The Rt. Hon'^''^ Sir John 
Rushout, Bart., the Honi^'^ Spencer Compton, his uncle. Lady 
Elizabeth Drummond, his aunt, and Baroness Chedworth) ; 
educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1782; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 16 December 1782, 
called to the Bar 1786, a member of the Midland Circuit, 

K.C. 1796, Counsel to the Admiralty and to Cambridge j uary, and was bur. at Charlton 
University, M.P. for Northampton 1796, Solicitor-General | 3 February 1844. Monumental 
iSoi, Attorney-General 1802, Chancellor of the E.xchequer 1 brass in Charlton Church. Will 
31 March 1807, and First Lord of the Treasury and Prime | dated 20 November 1841, with 
Minister 2 December 1809 ; assassinated in the Lobby of the 
House of Commons 11 May 1812. He was bur. in the family 
vault at Charlton 16 May 18 12 (monumental brass), and a Monu- 
ment was erected to his memory in the Collegiate Church of 
St. Peter's, Westminster, at the public e.xpense. Portrait by 
Joseph, R.A., in the National Portrait Gallery. Will dated 3 
October 1808, proved (P.C.C, 292 Oxford) 2 June 1812, by 
tlie Hon'''= Jane Perceval, the relict, and sole Executrix. 



Signature on envelope addressed to his son, 

Spencer Perceval, and dated London 

29 November 181 1. 



gust 1790 ; marr. 2ndly by 
special licence 12 January 
1 81 5, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Henry 
William Carr, K.C.B., of the 
3rd Regiment of Guards, who 
died at Southampton 18 August 
182 1. She died at Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, aged 71, 27 Jan- 



two codicils dated respectively 
8 March 1839, and 20 Novem- 
ber 1841, proved (P.C.C, 
2S3, 44) 19 April 1844, by 
Andrew Robert Drummond, 
the nephew, and Spencer 
Horatio Walpole, two of the 
Exors. 




Jane, born at Manchester Square, London, at lo a.m. 
19 October 1791, and privately bapt. there (Sponsors : 
Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, Bart., Dame Jane Wilson, 
and Lady Mary Drummond) ; marr. at St. Mary'.s, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, 20 March 1821, the HonW-: 
Edward Perceval (31 d son'of Charles George, 2nd Baron 
Arden in the Peerage of Ireland, who was created a 
Peer of the United Kingdom 28 July 1802, by Mar- 
garet Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of Lieut.-General 
Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, Bart.) ; born at Nork 
House, Banstead, co. Surrey, at 8.45 p.m. 30 July 
1795, and privately bai)t. there in September following 
(Sponsors : Hon'''^ Edward Perceval, his uncle, Edward 
Finch-Hatton, and Lady Margaret Perceval, his aunt) ; 
died at Denham Park, aged 45, 18 March 1840, 
and bur. at Charlton. Monumental brass in Charlton 
Church. She died 13 January 1824, and was bur. 
at Charlton. Monumental brass in Charlton Church. 
His will dated 30 December 1837, with two codicils 
dated respectively 27 March 1838, and 3 September 
1838, was proved (P.C.C, 359 ^4rden) 6 May 1840, 
by the Hon''''' and Rev. Arthur Philip Perceval, the 
brother, the sole Exor. 



Frances, born at Bruton Street, Lon- 
don, at 7 p.m. 27 November 1792, 
and bapt. there privately (Sponsors : 
William Leighton of Charlton, Lady 
Elizabeth Drummond, and Baroness 
Arden) ; died, aged 85, 29 April, bur. 
in Ealing Cemetery 5 May 1877. W;ill 
dated 25 April 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 414, 77) 30 May 1877, by Ernest 
Augustus Perceval of Severn House, 
CO. Gloucester, the brother, one of the 
Exors. 

Maria, born in Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, at i p.m. 26 February 1794, 
and bapt. there privately (Sponsors : 
Andrew Berkeley Drummond, Mrs. M. 
Montagu, and Mrs. Trevelyan) ; died 
19 January, bur. in Ealing Cemetery 
19 January 1877. Will dated 25 Jan- 
uary 1875, proved (Prin. Reg, 144, 
77) 27 February 1S77, by Spencer 
Perceval, the nephew, the sole Exor. 



Anna Jane, born 13 April 1822, and 
bapt. at Betchworth, co. Surrey ; died 
23 October, bur. in EaHng Cemetery 
26 October 1895. W'ill dated 10 No- 
vember 1892, with two codicils dated 
respectively 6 March 1894, and 2 July 
1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 1368, 95) 6 
December 1895, by Sir Horatio George 
Walpole, K.C.B., and Reginald Mac- 
leod, C.B., the Exors. 



Spencer Perceval of 21 Lowndes Street, London ; 
born 20 September 1828, and bapt. at St. James', 
Westminster; of Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1852 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn to January 1851, 
called to the Bar 9 June 1854 ; died at 30 Bruton 
Street, London, i January, bur. in Ealmg Cemetery 
7 January 1890. Will dated 10 October 1889, with 
codicil dated 31 December 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
177, 90) 26 February 1890, by Horatio George 
Walpole of the India Office, C.B., and Thomas 
Vaughan Roberts, the Exors. 



Fanny Sarah, born 20 March 1824, 
and bapt. at Albury, co. Hertford ; 
died 20 April 1850, and bur. at Charl- 
ton, CO. Kent. 

Emily Isabella, born 3 September 
1825, and bapt. at Albury; died 18 
May, bur. in Kcnsal Green Cemetery, 
London, 23 May 1856. 



Louisa, born 13 May 1827, and bapt. 
at St. Marylebone, London. 



Maria Anne, born 17 April 1830, and bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, London, 12 August 1884, Major-General 
Arthur Stevens of Lancaster House, Brighton (son of 
Christopher Stevens of Havant, co. Hants) ; born m 
182 1 ; retired in 1878 as Lieut.-Colonel Madras Staff 
Corps; died at Lancaster House 22 May, bur. in 
Brighton Cemetery 27 May 1895. M.I. She died 
2 June, and was bur. in Brighton Cemetery 6 June 
1895. M.I. Will dated 27 May 1895, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 793. 9O 21 June 1895, by Norman Spencer 
Perceval and Edwin Richard Goolden, the Exors. 



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Spencer Perceval of Elm Grove, Ealing, co.=f=Anna Eliza, youngest dau. of 

General Norman Macleod, 
M.P., 2oth Chief of Mac- 
leod, by Sarah Stackhouse 
his 2nd wife, dau. of the 
Second Member of Council 
at Bombay ; niarr. 3 July 
1821 ; died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 94, 2 October, 
bur. in Brighton Cemetery 
7 October 1889. Will dated 
6 August 1886, with two 
codicils dated respectively 9 
February 1888, and 21 Sep- 
tember 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 945, 8g) 18 November 
1889, by Spencer Perceval, 
the son, and Anna Jane Per- 
ceval, the dau., both of 21 
Lowndes Street, London, 
Reginald Macleod of Edin- 
burgh, the great nephew, and 
John Matheson Macdonald, 
the Exors. 



Middlesex; born at 57 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, at 5 p.m. 11 September 1795, and 
bapt. there privately (Sponsors : Lord Arden. 
Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, and Lady Fran- 
ces Perceval) ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
.ALA. 1816; Teller of the Exchequer, M.P, 
for Ennis 1818-20, for Newport, Isle of 
\Vight, 1827-31, and for Tiverton 1831-32; 
appointed Clerk of the Ordnance of Great 
Britain and Ireland 4 August 1828; died at 
Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, 16 September, 
bur. at Weymouth, co. Dorset, 21 September 
1S59. Adinon granted at the Principal 
Registry 11 October 1859, to Anna Perceval, 
the relict. 



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Charles Perceval, 
born at Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, Lon- 
don, at I p.m. 5 
September 1796, 
and bapt. pri- 
vately ; died, 
aged 8 weeks 
and 3 days, at 
3 a.m. 3 Novem- 
ber 1796, and 
bur. in Charlton 
Church. M.I. 



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Eleanor Irving, born 16 Oc- 
tober 1831 ; marr. at Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, as his 3rd 
wife, 17 April i860. Sir Alex- 
ander Matheson, Bart., of 
Lochalsh, co. Ross (eldest 
son of John Matheson of 
Attadale, Tacksman of Fer- 
naig, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Captain Donald 
Matheson) ; born 16 Jan- 
uary 1805 ; M.P. for Inver- 
ness Burghs 1847-68, and for 
CO. Ross 1868-84, created a 
Baronet 15 May 1882; died 
27 July, bur. at Ardross, co. 
Ross, 2 August 1886. She 
died 6 December, and was 
bur. at Ardross 12 December 
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John Spencer Perceval, born 
3 February 1833; Lieutenant 
ist Waikatoo Royal Victorian 
Volunteers; killed in a skirmish 
with the Maori at the Manka 
River 23 October 1863. 



Jane, born 28 September 1834, 
and bapt. at St. Mary's, Ealing ; 
marr. at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Queen Square, co. Middlesex, 
25 August 1870, Howard 
Marsh of 30 Bruton Street, 
London, F.R.C.S. iS66, Mem- 
ber of Council R.C.S. Eng. 
She died 24 September, and 
was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 29 Septem- 
ber 1896. M.I. 
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Helen Margaret, born 14 De- 
cember 1836 ; died 12 January, 
bur. in Brighton Cemetery 16 
January 1S91. Will dated 9 
September 1886, with two codi- 
cils dated respectively 19 May 
1888, and 8 December 1890, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 187, 91) 
16 February 1891, by Horatio 
George Walpole, the sole Exor. 



Norman Spencer Perceval of 
21 Lowndes Street, London ; 
born 31 October 1838; for- 
merly Captain R.A. ; marr. in 
London 2 February 1859, 
Elizabeth, dau. of James Pat- 
more. 



Mary, eldest dau.= 
of William Barker 
of Burn House, 
CO. Derby; marr. 
25 July 1827; died 
at Ladbroke Ter- 
race, Netting Hill, 
London, 24 April 
1843, and bur. 
at Charlton, co. 
Kent. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Frederick James Perceval, born at Belsize=rEmma, 2nd dau of Ralph 

_- ,, ■" . , _ tii:jji „fQT^r,-. ni Kprt • mnrr. at Lewisham, 



House, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, at 8 p.m 
6 October 1797, and bapt. there privately 
(Sponsors: The Hon^-^ Richard Ryder 
Thomas James Mathias, and Countess of 
Northampton); J. P. for co. Middlesex; 
died at Solihull, co. Warwick, 22 July 
1 86 1, and bur. at Charlton. M.I. Will 
dated 22 December 1847, with three 
codicils dated respectively 26 June 1849, 
23 February 1S60, and 2 April i860, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 596, 61) 23 October 1861, by 
John Thomas Perceval of Heme Bay, co. 
Kent, and Ernest Augustus Perceval of 
Chapel Cleeve, near Taunton, co. Somer- 
set, the brother, the Exors. 



Gilbert; marr. at Lewisham, 
CO. Kent, 6 April 1844; died 
at Acock's Green, Birmingham, 
23 December 1870. .'\dmon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 21 February 1S71 to 
George Drummond Ince Per- 
ceval of Henley-in-Arden, co. 
Warwick, Charles Augustus 
Trevelyan Perceval, and Mon- 
tagu William Cairns Perceval, 
both of Acock's Green, Bir- 
mingham, the sons, three of 
the next of kin. 



George Drummond Ince Perceval of Iowa, U.S.A. ; born 
7 March 1847 ; marr. in 1870, Mananne, dau. of Edward 
Baxter by whom he has issue two sons, Frederick Joseph 
Trevelyan Perceval and George Ernest Spencer Perceval. 



Frederica Mary 
Jane, born in 
1828; married 
18 April i860, 
William Water- 
house, who died 



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Spencer Frederick John Perceval of= 
Shadforth House, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex; born 24 November 1829; 
died at Shadforth House, aged 57, 
21 May, bur. in Charlton Cemetery, 
CO. Kent, 26 May 1887. Will dated 
2 June 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
718, 87 (8 August 1887, by Spencer 
Perceval of 2 1 Lowndes Street, Lon- 
don, and Spencer Walpole, Lieut.- 
Governor of the Isle of Man, the 
Exors. 



,Ellen Anne, 2nd dau. of Owens Norton 
of Edgbaston, co. Warwick ; marr. at 
St MaVgaret's, Horsemonden, co. Kent, 
30 March 1867 ; died at Shadforth 
House, 10 October, bur. in Charlton 
Cemetery 15 October 1889. Will dated 
23 July 1888, with codicil dated 31 
August 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 944, 
89) 16 November 1889, by Spencer 
Perceval of 21 Lowndes Street, London, 
one of the Exors. 



Roderick Mac 



.>.„. e1» Ma,„„ n,^ «_S,.J«e,.s, ^ 

c, N K ■ Q „.vvrs -md I RCP Edinburgh, M.D. of Durham, M. P. for Ross and 

!,„d La'w Reform Association i died 9 March, tar rn Charllon C'™'"' "*».;'*,; J+ 

lf;;s.'5^sv:aS\iS„aS;"'^ts^;J1^Sr■ta•,K^^^ 

Isle of Man, the Exors. 



Rev. Henry Perceval, born at Belsize House, Hamp-=f=Catherine Isabella, dau. of Andrew 



stead, CO. Middlesex, at ii p.m. 2 August 1799, and 
bapt. there privately (Sponsors : Henry Gaily, Edward 
Finch-Hatton, and Lady Frances Cotnpton) ; of Brase- 
nose College, Oxford, matriculated 29 April 1817, aged 
17, B.A. 1820, M.A. 1S23, Rector of Elmley Lovett, co. 
Worcester, 1837-83 ; died at Hill End, Salwarpe, co. 
\Vorcester, aged 85, i April, bur. at Elmley Lovett 4 
April 1885. Will dated 6 September 1882, with two 
codicils, the first dated 29 February 1884, and the 
second undated, proved (Prin. Reg., 462, 85) 28 May 
1885, by Spencer Walpole, Lieut.-Governor of the Isle 
of Man, and Horatio George Walpole, C.B., the 
nephews, the Exors. 



Berkeley Drummond of Cadlands, co. 
Hants, by the Lady Mary his wife, dau. 
of John, 2nd Earl of Egmont, Lord 
High Admiral of Great Britain ; born 
at Putney Heath, co. Surrey, 19 Au- 
gust, and bapt. there 19 September 
1799; marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, 27 March 1826; died 
at Elmley Lovett Rectory, aged 70, 11 
February, bur. at Elmley Lovett 18 
February 1870. 



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Henry Spencer Perceval,= 
born at Washington, co. 
Durham, 8 January, bapt. 
there 18 January 1827; 
died, aged 49, 21 January, 
bur. in Reading Cemetery, 
CO. Berks, 27 January 
1876. 



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=Fanny, eldest dau. of Rev. Thomas Tayler of Catherine Mary, of 

Whitlinge, co. Worcester, by Fanny his wife, Chobham House, 

dau. of Rt. Rev. William Lort Mansel, D.D., co. Surrey ; born at 

Lord Bishop of Bristol ; born 6 November, Washington 4 July, 

182 1 ; marr. at South Bersted, co. Sussex, 11 and bapt. there pri- 

June 1853; died 27 August, bur. in Locks- vately 6 July 1828. 
brook Cemetery, Bath, co. Somerset, 3 Sep- 
tember 1874. 



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Rev. Ascelin Spencer Perceval, born 13 Feb- Amy, born 18 April, Lilian, born 29 July, 

ruary, bapt. at All Saints', St. John's Wood, bapt. at All Saints', bapt. at All Saints', 

London, 3 March 1855; of Exeter College, St. John's Wood, 20 St. John's Wood, 21 

Oxford, matriculated 16 January 1875, aged 19, May 1856. August 1857. 

B.A. 1878, Vicar of Mack worth, co. Derby, 

1886-87. 



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Charles Augustus Trevelyan 
Perceval, born 19 July 1848 ; 
by Anna his wife he had 
issue a son ; died at Ha.s- 
socks, CO. Sussex, aged 49, 
5 January, bur. in Brighton 
Cemetery 8 January 1898. 
Will dated 5 June 1893, 
with codicil dated 19 June 
1895, proved in the Princi- 
pal Registry 11 February 
1 898, by Samuel Eveson and 
Anna Perceval, the relict, 
the Exors. =f= 

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Montagu William Cairns 
Perceval of Clunes, Vic- 
toria, Australia; born 25 
Jan. 1850; L.K.Q.C.P. 
Ireland 1877, M.R.C.P. 
1882 ; marr. istly Eliza- 
beth Anne, dau. of 
James Middleton, who 
died in 1877, and by 
whom he had issue, two 
daughters, Emma and 
Clara ; marr. 2ndly at 
Kensington, London, 21 
Aug. 1879, Janc'l'heresa 
Louisa, dau. of Bond 
Coxe, and widow of 
Kennedy Kcndrick. 



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James Francis Horatio Perceval, born 
in January 1852 ; died, aged 7 months, 
21 August 1852, and bur. in Charlton 
Church, CO. Kent. M.I. 



James Wilde Godfrey Perceval of 
Albert House, Acock's Green, Bir- 
mingham, CO. Warwick ; born 20 
March 1854 ; marr. in 1882, Jane 
Milne, dau. of James Louttit, M.D., 
of Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, by whom he had issue two 
daughters, Emma Johanna, and Chris- 
tina Jane, and one son, Spencer 
Ralph Perceval. 



Dudley Montagu Perceval, C.B. ; born at Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields, London, at 4 a.m. 22 October 
1800, and bapt. there privately (Sponsors: The 
Rt. Hon"^ Dudley Ryder, Matthew Montagu, 
and the Hon'>i'= Mrs. Ryder); educated at Harrow 
and Christ Church College, Oxford, matriculated 
30 March 1819, aged 19, B.A. 1822, a Student 
of Lincoln's Inn, Clerk of the Council at the 
Cape of Good Hope 1825-28, Deputy-Teller of 
the Exchequer 1828-34; died at Wilton Street, 
London, aged 55, 2 September, bur. in Kensal 
Creen Cemetery, London, 6 September 1856. 
M.I. Will dated 5 November 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 861, 56) II November 1856, by Charles 
Spencer Perceval, the son, and Arthur Armitage, 
the Exors. 



^Maryjane, dau. of General Sir Richard Bourke, 
K.C.B., of Thornfields, co. Limerick, J. P., 
High Sheriff 1839, by Elizabeth Jane his wife, 
youngest dau. of John Bourke of Caishalton, 
CO. Surrey, Receiver-General for Middlesex; 
born at Coleshill, co. Herts, 17 March 1802; 
marr. at the Cape of Good Hope 24 July 
1827 ; died at 64 Eccleston Square, London, 
aged 86, 21 May, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 25 May 1888. M.I. Will dated 
23 January 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 666, 
88) 7 July 1888, by Charles Spencer Perceval 
of 64 Eccleston Square, London, the son, 
the sole Exor. 



Charles Spencer Perceval of 64 Eccleston=[=Mary Ellen Vere, eldest 
Square; born 11 February, bapt. privately | dau. of the Hon'="= Robert 
at 2 Wilton Street, London, 21 March 
1829 ; Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1853, LL.D. 1858; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 22 November 1847, called 
to the Bar 17 November 1853, Principal 
Secretary to Lord Cairns (Lord Chancel- 
lor) 1866-68, Secretary to the Commis- 
sioners in Lunacy 1872, Treasurer of the 
Society of Antiquaries 1874 ; died at 64 
Eccleston Square, aged 59, 29 January, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery 2 February 
1889. M.I. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 23 February 1889, to 
Mary Ellen Vere Perceval of 64 Eccles- 
ton Square, London, the relict. 



O'Brien of Old Ciiurch, 
CO. Limerick, by Elinor 
Catherine Jane Alicia 
Lucy his wife, • eldest 
dau. of Sir Aubrey de 
Vere, Bart. ; born at 
Ashbourne,co. Limerick, 
15 April, bapt. privately 
at Ashbourne House i 
May 1839 ; marr. at 
Limerick Cathedral 2 
January 1868. 



Isabel Jane, born 18 De- 
cember 1830, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 27 April 1831 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, 30 April 1851, 
Arthur Armitage of Dad- 
nor, Ross, co. Hereford 
(youngest son of Whaley 
Armitage, J. P., of Moras- 
ton, CO. Hereford, by 
Eleonora his wife, dau. of 
Edward Haistwell) ; born 
16 December 181 2, and 
bapt. privately at Burton 
House, Linton, co. Here- 
ford; J.P. andD.L. forco. 
Hereford. =f= 



Ellen Mary, born 19 
December 1868, bapt. 
at St. Gabriel's, War- 
wick Square, London, 
25 January 1 869; died 
an infant 29 May, bur. 
in Norwood Cemetery 
I June 1869. 



Margaret, born 3 June, bapt. 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, 2 July 1870. 



Edith, born 8 March, bapt. 
at St. Galiriel's, Warwick 
Square, 9 April 1S72. 



Dudley Perceval, born 9 August, bapt. 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1874; of New College, Oxford. 

Edward Perceval, born 29 January, bapt. 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, 17 
March 1877; Lieutenant (60th Rifles) 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. 



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Isabella, born at Lincoln's Inn Fields at 5 a.m. I o December John Thomas Perceval, born at 

Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, at 
5 a.m. 14 February 1803, and 



bapt. there privately (Sponsors : 
Lord Chancellor Eldon,SirThomas 
Manners Sutton, Solicitor-General, 
and Baroness Arden) ; Captain ist 
Foot Guards; of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 May 
1830, aged 27 ; marr. 31 March 
1834; Anna Selina Lesley, dau. 



1801, and bapt. there privately (Sponsors : Sir Edward Law, 
Attorney-General, Baroness Alvanley, and Mrs. Ross); marr. 
at St. Mary's, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 6 October 1835, the Rt. 
Hon'='= Spencer Horatio \Valpole of Ealing Hall (2nd son 
of Thomas Walpole of Stagbury Park, co. Surrey, Envoy 
Extraordinary to the Court of Munich, by Margaret his wife, 
8th dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Egmont, Lord High Admiral 
of Great Britain); born 11 September 1806; educated at 
Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1828, M.A. 
1831, a Student of Lincoln's Inn 23 June 1827, called to 

the Bar 10 June 1831, Q.C. 2 July 1846, Bencher 2 Novem- of Thomas Gardner; died 23 Jan 
ber 1846, M.P. for Midhurst 1846-56, and for Cambridge uary, bur. in Kensal Green Ceme- 
University 1856-82, created D.C.L. of Oxford University 7 tery, London, 27 January 1883. 
June 1853, thrice Secretary of State for the Home Depart- Will dated 5 April 1877, proved 
nient, March to December 1852, March 1858 to February (Prin. Reg., i6r, 83) 19 February 
1859, and July 1866 to May 1867 ; Church Estate Commis- 1883, by Horatio George Walpole, 
sioner 1856-58 and 1862-66, Trustee of the British Museum, C.B., the sole Exor. He died at 
Hon. LL.D. of Cambridge i860, Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn Munster House, Fulham Road, 
1870, Chairman of Council of Legal Education since 1874, London, aged 73, 28 February, 
F.R.S. and F.R.G.S. ; died at Ealing, co. Middlesex, on bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery 5 
Sunday, 22 May, bur. in the family vault in Ealing Cemetery March 1876. Will dated 29 July 
on Thursday 26 May 1898. M.I. She died, aged 84, 16 1872, with four codicils of same 
July, and was bur. in Ealing Cemetery 22 July 1886. M.I. date, proved (Prin. Reg., 421, 76) 

I May 1876, by Anne Selina 
Lesley Perceval, the relict, and 
Jane Beatrice Perceval, the dau., 
two of the Exors. =j= 
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Jane Beatrice, born 18 /\pril 1835, and bapt. 
in Paris ; died 9 October, bur. at Stanmore, 
CO. Middlesex, 13 October 1893. Will dated 
26 April 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 1023, 93) 
24 November 1893, by Sir Horatio George 
\Valpole, K.C.B., and Spencer Walpole, Lieut.- 
Governor of the Isle of Man, the Exors. 

Alice Frederica, born in Paris 16 April 1836, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 3 
June 1837. 

Fanny Louisa Charlotte, bapt. at St. Mary 
Abbot's, Kensington, 5 May 1845; died at 
Heme Bay, co. Kent, aged 17, 12 November, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery 22 November 
1862. 



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Selina Maria, bapt. at St. Mary Abbot's, 
Kensington, London, 11 October 1838; mar- 
ried at St. George's, Camden Hill, London, 
23 June 1870, Sir Horatio George Walpole, 
K.C.B. (younger son of the Rt. Hon'''' Spencer 
Horatio Walpole of Ealing Hall, co. Mid- 
dlesex, by Isabella his wife, dau. of the Rt. 
Hon"= Spencer Perceval, M.P.) ; born 9 Sep- 
tember 1843, and bapt. at Lincoln's Inn ; 
Secretary to Royal Commission on Civil 
Establishment 1886, Assistant Under-Secretary 
of State for India, J. P. for Westminster. 



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Beatrice, born at Nottingham 
2 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 12 July 1831 ; 
died at Derby 13 April 1832. 

Jane Maria, born at Manches- 
ter 26 November 1832, bapt. 
there privately, and received 
into the church at Huntspill, 
CO. Somerset, 25 October 1833. 



Beatrice, born at Oakhampton House, near Wiveliscombe, co. 
Somerset, 5 April, bapt. there privately 21 April 1834, and 
received into the church at Nettlecombe. 

Ernest Augustus Perceval, born at Oakhampton House 28 
March, bapt. there privately 18 April 1835, and received into 
the church at Nettlecombe ; educated at Radley ; formerly Cap- 
tain 88th Regiment of Foot, served in the Crimea (medal with 
clasp for Sebastopol, Turkish medal, and 5th class Medjidie), 
and in Indian Mutiny (medal with clasp for Central India). 

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Louisa, born at Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, London, at ii p.m. ii 
March 1804, and bapt. there 
privately (Sponsors : General 
Ross, Mrs. Abbot, and Mrs. F. 
Luttrell) ; died, aged 87, 13 
September, bur. in Ealing Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middlesex, 19 Septem- 
ber 1 89 1. Will dated 19 June 
1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 11 12, 
91) 13 November 1891,^ by 
Horatio George Walpole, C.B., 
and Cecil Henry Spencer Perce- 
val of Severn House, Henbury, 
CO. Gloucester, the nephews, 
the Exors. 

Frederica Elizabeth of the Manor 
House, Ealing ; born at Belsize 
House, Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, at 1.30 p.m. 2 7 August, bapt. 
there privately 12 October 1805 
(Sponsors : George Gunning, 
Lady Margaret Walpole, and 
Lady Elizabeth Loftus). 



Ernest Augustus Perceval of= 
Severn House, Henbury, co. 
Gloucester, and of Longwitton 
Hall, CO. Northumberland; born 
at Lincoln's Inn Fields between 
2 and 3 a.m. 17 May 1807, bapt. 
at Downing Street, London, 
19 March 1808 (Sponsors : 
H.R.H. the Princess of Wales, 
H.R.H. the Duke of Cumber- 
land, and the Earl Bathurst) ; 
educated at Harrow; formerly 
Captain 15th (King's) Hussars, 
sometime Private Secretary to 
the Secretary of State for the 
Home Department ; died at 
Severn House, aged 88, 19 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Nettlecombe, co. 
Somerset, 24 January 1896. 
Brass to his memory in Hen- 
bury Church. Will dated 11 
August 1 88 1, proved (Prm. 
Reg., 722, 96) 9 July 1896, by 
Cecil Henry Spencer Perceval, 
the son, the Exor. 



.Beatrice, 4th dau. of Sir John 
Trevelyan, Bart., of Nettle- 
combe Court, CO. Somerset, 
by Maria his wife, dau. of 
Lieut.-General Sir Thomas 
Spencer Wilson, Bart., of 
Charlton House, co. Kent; 
bornatWallington, co. North- 
umberland, 22 March, bapt. 
at Hartburn, co. Northum- 
berland, 12 December 1809 
(Sponsors: The Rt. Hon^^ 
Lady Collingwood, Lady 
Wilson, and John Erasmus 
Blackett); married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 13 May 1830; died 
at Henbury 19 March, bur. 
at Nettlecombe 24 March 
1898. Brass to her memory 
in Henbury Church. 



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Frederica Fanny, born at Oakhampton House, near 
Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset, 27 April, bapt. at 
Wiveliscombe 28 May 1836. 

Spencer George Perceval of Henbury ; born at Bindon 
House, near Milverton, co. Somerset, 8 July, bapt. 
privately 13 November 1838, and received mto the 
church at Nettlecombe i January iS/o ; educated at 
Radley and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1861. 



Hugh Spencer Perceval, born at Bindon 
House 23 April, bapt. at Langford Bud- 
ville, CO. Somerset, 30 May 1840; died 
at the Manor House, Ealing, 28 May, 
bur. at Charlton, co. Kent, 2 June 1849. 

Emma Catherine, born at Bindon House 
23 November 1841, bapt. at Nettle- 
combe II January 1842. 



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Alfred Spencer Perceval of 
Brockhill, Bracknell, co. Berks ; 
born at Bindon House 14 July, 
bapt. at Langford Budville 10 
September 1843; educated at 
Radley; marr. at St. Johns, 
Paddington, London, 8 Sep- 
tember 1 88 1, Agnes Laura, 
youngest dau. of Rev. Augustus 
James Tharp, M.A., Vicar of 
Chippenham, co. Cambridge, 
by Juliet his wife, dau. of Rev. 
John Bond, Rector of Freston, 
CO. Suffolk. _ 

Louisa Harriet, born at Bindon 
House 3 December 1844, bapt. 
at Langford Budville 29 April 
1845- 



Edmund Dudley Spencer Perceval, born at Chapel Cleeve, 
CO. Somerset, i March, bapt. at Old Cleeve, co Somerset 19 
April 1848; died 13 February, bur. at Downside, co. Somer- 
set, 19 February 1868. 

Cecil Henry Spencer Perceval of Longwitton ; born at 
Chanel Cleeve S May, bapt. at Old Cleeve 12 July 1849; 
educated at Radley; marr. at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square 
London, 24 January 189S, Henrietta Mary Murraj-, 2nd 
dau. of Rev. Jermyn Pratt of Ryston Hall, co. Norfolk, 
by Mary Louisa his wife, 4th dau. of the Rt^ Rev. George 
Murray Lord Bishop of Rochester; born at Campsea Ashe 
Rectory, co. Norfolk, 2 Decen.ber 1851, bapt. there private y 
(Sponsors : Walter Archdeckne, Lady I-rankland Russell, 
Dowager Lady Astley, and Marchioness Camden). 




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the possession of his gratidson. Captain Norman Spencer 
Perceval. 



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^ears of lBatnlJlcsf)am, (o. Surrey. 



Rev. James Pears (son of James Pears of Woodperry, co. Oxford, by= 
Elizabeth ]5eale his wife); born at Oxford 23 June 1778, bapt. privately 
same day, baptism registered at St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford; Fellow 
of New College, Oxford, matriculated 28 July 1795, aged 17, B.C.L. 
from St. Mary Hall, Oxford, 18 10, Classical Master in the Military 
College at Marlow (Sandhurst), and Chaplain to the Duke of Clarence, 
Head-Master of Bath Grammar School and Rector of Charlcombe, co. 
Somerset, 1823-53; ^'^d at Wilcot, co. Wilts, aged 74, 21 January, 
bur. there 27 January 1853. M.I. Will dated 18 August 1849, proved 
(P.C.C, 219, 53) 8 March 1853, by Rev. James Robert Pears and Rev. 
Steuart Adolphus Pears, the sons, the Exors. 




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=Mary, dau. of James 
Radcliffe of Durham, 
by Mary his wife; born 
12 September 1776; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
I November 1797 ; 
died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 19 June, 
bur. at Weston-super- 
Mare, CO. Somerset, 
27 June 1838. M.I. 



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Elizabeth Winch, born at Woodperry, 
II August, bapt. at Stanton St. John, co. 
Oxford, 4 October 1798; niarr. at Bath 
15 April 1833, Rev. Edward Wilson (son 
of Rev. Jonathan Wilson, Headmaster 
of The Grammar School, Congleton, co. 
Chester, and Vicar of Biddulph, co. 
Stafford, by Margaret his wife) ; born at 
Congleton 5 April 1802, Fellow of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1825, 
M.A. 1828, 17th Wrangler and loth 
Classic ; she died at Wilcot i January, 
and was bur. there 6 January 1842. He 
marr. 2ndly at Compton Valence, co. 
Dorset, 9 November 1843, Anne Louisa, 
dau. of Rt. Rev. William Ward, Lord 
Bishop of Sodor and Man, by Anne 
Hammersley his wife ; born at Myland, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 13 April, bapt. 
there 3 June 1813; died at Rugby, co. 
\Varwick, 20 February, bur. at Nocton, 
CO. Lincoln, 25 February 1875. He died 
at Nocton 31 March, and was bur. there 
3 April 1876. =p 

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James George Pears, born at Woodperry 
10 January 1800; died i January, bur. 
at Iffley, co. Oxford, 6 January 1801. 



Rev. James Robert Pears of= 
Woodcote House, Windle- 
sham, CO. Surrey ; born at 
Woodperry 13 October, bapt. 
at Stanton St. John 26 No- 
vember 1801 ; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
27 July 1820, aged 18, B.A. 
1824, Fellow 1826-34, M.A. 
1827, Dean of Arts 1830, a 
Student of the Inner Temple 
1827; died at Windlesham 
22 August, bur. at West End, 
near Windlesham, 26 August 
1865. M.I. Will dated 26 
March 1862, with two codicils 
dated respectively 21 Feb- 
ruary 1863 and 9 June 1864, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 650, 65) 
II October 1865, by Richard 
ffolliott Eliot of Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, and James Henry 
Steuart Pears of Runcorn, 
CO. Chester, the son, the 
Exors. 



=Georgiana, 7th dau. 
of John ffolliott of 
HoUybrook House,co. 
Sligo, by Frances his 
wife, sister of Sir \Vil- 
liam Jackson Homan, 
Bart., of Surrock, co. 
Westmeath ; born at 
HoUybrook, co. Sligo, 
31 October 1807, 
bapt. at Riverstown, 
CO. Sligo ; marr. at 
Bath I January 1835 J 
died at Wurtzburg, 
Germany, 25 October, 
bur. there 27 October 
1883. 



I 
Frances Cecilia, born 3 July 1836; marr. at Windlesham 30 December 1858, Rev. Charles 
Bathurst Fendall of Hatton Hill House, Windlesham (son of Colonel Fendall of the 4th 
Dragoons and of Childe Okeford, co. Dorset, by Caroline Eleanor his wife, dau. of Rev. 
Benjamin Newton); born 3 August 1835, and bapt. at Kirkee, India; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1866, Head Master of Windlesham School 1865-92. 



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Mary Anne, born at Holton, co. Oxford, 

30 May, bapt. there 3 July 1803 ; marr. 
at St. Michael's, Bath, co. Somerset, 27 
April 1830, Rev. Maurice Hiller Good- 
man (son of John Goodman of Easton, 
CO. Wilts, by Mary Patient his wife) ; 
born at Easton Royal, and bapt. there 
27 August 1 786 ; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 3 July 1804, aged 
17, B.A. 1808, M.A. 1811; Vicar of 
Wilcot, CO. Somerset ; died at Avebury, 
CO. Wilts, 24 January, bur. at Wilcot 

31 January 1856. She died at Rugby, 
CO. Warwick, 22 January, and was bur. 
at Wilcot 26 January 1870. 

William Henry Pears, born at Oxford 
19 January 1806; Lieutenant Madras 
Engineers; died at Masulipatam, India, 
I June 1824, and bur. there. M.I. 

Charles Wethered Pears, R.N. ; born 
at Marlow, co. Bucks, 16 July, bapt. 
there 8 December 1807 _; died on 
board the African mail steamer 
" Hope," on voyage from Goree to 
Teneriffe, 6 October 1853, and bur. 
at sea. 



Major-General SirThomasTownsend= 
Pears of Eton Lodge, Putney, co. 
Surrey; born at Marlow 9 May, 
bapt. there 20 June 1809 ; Com- 
manding Madras Engineers at Zora- 
poor in Kurnool 1839, Commanding 
Royal Engineers in China 1840-42, 
Military Secretary to Secretary of 
State for India 1861-76, K.C.B. 
1871 ; died at Barnes, co. Surrey, 
7 October, bur. at Mortiake, co. 
Surrey, 12 October 1892. M.I. 
Will dated 5 November 1883, with 
two codicils dated' respectively i 
March 1890 and 30 January 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1116, 92) 25 
November 1892, by Rev. Loraine 
Estridge and John Henry Ethering- 
ton Smith, the Exors. 




BellinaMarianne, 
dau. of Captain 
Charles Johnston 
of the Madras 
Army ; born 4 
August 1 8 10; 
marr. at Madras 
31 December 
1840 ; died at 
Barnes 17 Jan- 
uary, bur. at 
Mortiake 2 1 Jan- 
uary 1892. 



(For issue, see Pedigree of Pears of 

Eton Lodge, Putney, co. Surrey, 

page 103). 



James Henry Steuart Pears of Runcorn, co. Chester; 
born 24 July 1838; marr. 5 February 187 1, Mary Ehza- 
beth Salmon, who died i November 1886. He died at 
Jamaica, Long Island, U.S.A., 7 October 1875, and bur. 
there. Will dated 2 June 1874, proved (Prm. Reg., 738, 
76) 27 September 1876, by Rev. Charles Bathurst Kendall 
of Woodcote House, Windlesham, co. Surrey, one of the 
Exors. =r 

Charles ffolliott Pears, born 
16 September 1874; marr. 



James Grant Pears, born 
9 April 1872; marr. at 
St. Pancras', London, 
22 October 1895, Alice 
Rosetta Baker. 



in Ceylon 19 October 1895, 
Kate O'Neill, dau. of Colonel 
Watson of Ceylon. 



Mary Barbara, born at Bath n 
November 1839. 

Georgina Eliot, born at Bath 9 
March 1841 ; died at Minehead, co. 
Somerset, on Thursday, 21 June, 
bur. there 23 June 1894. 

Arnold ffolliott Pears, born at Bath 
20 September 1842 ; died at Tenby, 
CO. Pembroke, 7 August, bur. at 
Gumfreston, co. Pembroke, 11 Au- 
gust 1850. 



Maria Cecilia 
Knollis, born at 
Southhill, Maid- 
enhead, CO. 
Berks, ii Sept., 
bapt. at Bray, 
CO. Berks, i8 
Dec. 1810; died 
at Madeira 22 
August 1832, 
and bur. there. 
M.I. 



Salome, dau. of Rev. John= 
Boucher, M.A., Fellow of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
Rector of Shaftesbury, co. 
Dorset, and Vicar of Kirk 
Newton, co. Northumber- 
land, by Salome Laetitia 
his wife, dau. of Captain 
William Molesworth, M.P. 
for Philipstown, and sister 
of Robert, sth Viscount 
Molesworth ; born at Kirk 
Newton, and bapt. there 
8 April 1813 ; marr. at 
Salisbury Cathedral 25 
August 1835 ; died at 
Charlcombe, co. Somerset, 
24 July, bur. there 30 July 
1845. I St wife. 



^Colonel Arnold Christian Pears,=^Anna Maria, 



born at Maidenhead 25 Decem- 
ber 181 1, bapt. at Bray 28 Jan 
uary 181 2; Colonel of Madras 
Artillery, Inspector of Schools, 
and Postmaster General of 
Madras ; died at Bath 1 5 May, 
bur. at Charlcombe 18 May 
1 89 1. Will dated 5 October 
1889, with two codicils dated 
respectively 22 April 1890 and 
24 February 1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 77S, 91) II July 1891, by 
John Gurney Pelly and Major- 
General James Kiero Watson of 
Clifton House, Winchester, co. 
Hants, two of the Exors. 




dau. of John 
Gurney Fry of 
\Varley Lodge, 
CO. Essex, by 
Rachel his 
wife, daughter 
of Jacob Rey- 
nolds of Car- 
shalton, co. 
Surrey; born at 
Plaistow, CO. 
Essex, 25 Sep- 
tember 1827 ; 
marr. at Bom- 
bay 1 3 January 
1 85 1. 2nd wife. 



(For issue, see Pedigree of Pears, formerly of Madras, India, page lOj). 



I 
Susan Elizabeth, born at Bath i February 1S44 ; marr 
at Windlesham, co. Surrey, i March 1866, Colonel Fendall 
Currie (son of Sir Frederick Currie, ist Bart,, a Member 
of the Supreme Council of India, by his 3rd wife, 
Katharine Maria, dau. of George Powney Thompson of 
the Bengal Civil Service) ; born in India 24 November 
1841 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn i May 1872, aged 30, 
called to the Bar 26 January 1874, Colonel in the Bengal 
Cavalry, Deputy-Commissioner of Oude. She died 29 
June 1868. =j= 



Philip Walter Pears, born at Bath 
3 October 1S47 ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated g 
December 1863, aged 17, B.A. 
1868, J.P. of New South Wales ; 
marr. 15 July 1874, Bertha 
^Veedon. =p 



Philip Raymond Pears, Bertha Georgiana, 
born 15 August 1875 ; born 26 August 
died 16 October 1875. 1877. 



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Rev. Edmund Ward Pears, born at Pirbright, co. Surrey, 24=j=Caroline Margaretta, dau. of 
December 1813, bapt. there 23 June 1814; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 February 1830, aged 16, B.A. of Mag- 
dalen College, Oxford, 1835, M.A 1836, Rector of St. Peter's, 
Dorchester, co. Dorset, 1S64-78 ; died at Dorchester i July,- bur. 
at Radipole, co. Dorset, 4 July 1878. Will dated 16 June 1875, 
proved at Blandford 26 July 1875, by Harriette Pears of Fording- 
ton, CO. Dorset, the dau., the sole Executrix. 



Jacob Wilkinson ; born at 
Newton St. Loe, co. Somer- 
set, 28 November 1806 ; 
marr. at Bath, co. Somerset, 
31 December 1841 ; died at 
Dorchester 8 May, bur. at 
Radipole 12 May 1874. 



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Steuart Edmund Pears, born at Whitchurch, Charles ^Villiam Pears, born at Marshwood 7 
Canonicorum, co. Dorset, 9 November, died March, died 2 May, bur. at Whitchurch 4 May 
12 November, bur. there 14 November 1842. 1S46. 

Edward John Pears, born at Radipole 19 June 
1847; died I September, bur. at Radipole 3 
September 1859. 



Harriette, born at Marshwood, co. Dorset, 
I April 1844. 



I 

Rev. Steuart Adolphus Pears, born at=^Catherine Temple, dau. 

^' ' ' ' ■ "' ' " ' of Rev. Temple Cheval- 

lier, B.D., Canon of 
Durham, and Sub- 
Warden of Durham 
University, by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of Charles 
Apthorp Wheelwright ; 
born at Cambridge 9 
April, bapt. at St. An- 
drew's the Great, Cam- 
bridge, II June 1828 ; 
marr. at Great Bow, 
Durham, 30 December 
1847 ; died at Repton 
13 April, bur. there 18 
April 1866. 



Pirbright 20 November 18 15, bapt. 
Windlesham, co. Surrey, 4 July 181 7; of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 June 1832, aged 16, Scholar 1832-39, 
B.A. 1836, M.A. 1839, Fellow 1839-47, 
B.D. 1846, D.D. 1857, Senior Dean 1846; 
Head-Master of Repton School, co. Derby, 
1854-74, Rector of Childrey, co. Berks, 
1874-75: died at Childrey 15 December, 
bur. at Repton 20 December 1875. M.I. 
Will dated 9 June 1866, with codicil dated 
2 February 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 66, 76) 
12 January 1876, by Sir Thomas Townsend 
Pears, K.C.B., the brother. Rev. Robert 
Joseph Knight of Harrow Weald, co. Mid- 
dlesex, and Henry Temple Pears of 39 
Albion Street, London, the Exors. 



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I 

Alfred Augustus Pears, 
born at Windlesham 12 
September 1818, bapt. 
there 13 January 1819 ; 
marr. Frances Dodd, 
who died 3 May 1886. 
He died at Boxmoor, co. 
Hertford, 13 May, and 
was bur. there 19 May 
1864. Will dated 14 
October i860, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 350, 64) 31 
May 1864, by Frances 
Pears of Boxmoor, co. 
Hertford, the relict, the 
sole Extrix. 



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{For issue, see Pedigree of Pears of Repton, co. Derby, page toy.) 



^ears of €ton EoDse, ^utnep, 
CO. ^urrej). 



Major-General Sir Thomas Townsend Pears of Eton Lodge, Putney, co.= 
Surrey (son of Rev. James Pears, B.C.L., Rector of Charlcombe, co. 
Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. of James Radcliffe of Durham) ; born 
at Marlow, co. Bucks, 9 May, bapt. there 20 June 1809; Commanding 
Madras Engineers at Zorapoor in Kurnool, India, 1839, Commanding 
Royal Engineers in China 1S40-42, Military Secretary to Secretary of 
State for India 1861-76, K.C.B. 1871 ; died at Barnes, co. Surrey, 7 
October, bur. at Mortlake, co. Surrey, 12 October 1892. M.I. Will 
dated 5 November 1883, with two codicils dated respectively i March 
1890 and 30 January 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 11 16, 92) 25 November 
1892, by Rev. Loraine Estridge and John Henry Etherington Smith, 
the Exors. 



=Bellina Maria, dau. 
of Captain Charles 
Johnston of the 
Madras Army ; born 
4 August 1810 ; marr. 
at Madras 31 Decem- 
ber 1840 ; died at 
Barnes 1 7 January, 
bur. at Mortlake 21 
January 1892. 



Mary Elizabeth, 
born at Gibraltar 
6 Nov. 1843. 



James Maurice Pears, born 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 29 
January 1845; of the Ben- 
gal Civil Service ; marr. 
25 November 1868, Edith 
Blundell. He died at Alla- 
habad, North West Provin- 
ces, India, 4 January 1883, 
and was bur. there. 



I 
Maria Salome, born at Charlcombe 20 August 
1846 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Lewisham, co. Kent, 
10 August 1869, Rev. Loraine Estridge (2nd son 
of Rev. Henry Thomas Estridge of Hounslow, 
CO. Middlesex, by Mary his wife, dau. of George 
Loraine of Wallington, co. Surrey) ; born 6 
September, bapt. at Hounslow 27 October 1840 ; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 22 May 

1858, aged 17, Choral Scholar of New College 

1859, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1865, Rector of Truro, 
CO. Cornwall, since 1896, and Canon Residen- 
tiary of Truro Cathedral. =f= 

k 

{See Pedigree of Pears, formerly of Madras, 
page 106.) 



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Charles Guy Maurice Pears, born in .September 
1869; died 26 March 187 i. 



Bellina Muriel, born 14 September 1871. 



Maurice Loraine Pears, born 15 September 
1872 ; Lieutenant in the Caraeronians 
(Scottish Rifles). _ 

Steuart Edmund Pears, born 25 November 
1875 ; of the Indian Civil Service. 



Frederica, born 

at Bangalore, 
India, 19 No- 
vember 1847. 



Ellen Margaret, born at Madras, India, 7 October 1849 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Lewisham, co. Kent, 13 February 1873, John Henry Etherington Smith of 
Butharlyp How, Grasmere, co. Westmoreland, and of East Ella, Putney, co. 
Surrey (eldest son of Henry Etherington Smith of Norris Hill, Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch, CO. Leicester, J-P- for the counties of Derby, Leicester, and Lincoln, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John Broadley of South Ella, co. York) ; born in 
1 841, and bapt. at Gainsborough, co. Lincoln; of University College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 14 June 1859, aged 18, Exhibitioner 1860-63, B.A. 1863, 
ALA. 1866, a Student of the Inner Temple 23 May 1862, called to the 
Bar 17 November 1866, Revising Barrister for Rutland and Leicestershire 
(Northern Division), Recorder of Newark 1884. 
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Thomas Caldwell Pears, born at=j=Helen Bethea, dau. of Major-General Arthur Pears, born 



Madras 27 June 1851 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Bengal Staff Corps ; served 
in the Afghan War 1878-79, with 
the Thai Chotiali Field Force at 
Action of Banghao, mentioned in 
despatches (medal). 



Sir William Davies, K.C.S.I., Mem- 
ber of the Council of the Viceroy of 
India, of The Meadows, Claygate, 
Esher, co. Surrey, by Elizabeth 
Bethea his wife, dau. of George 
Field ; born at Umballa, India, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at JuUunder, 
India, 22 March 1881. 



Oare House, 
Wilcot, CO. Wilts, 
19 November, bapt. 
at Oare 28 Decem- 
ber 1852. 



Helen Gladys, born 18 March Thomas Humphrey Pears, born Arthur Pears, born 17 Au- 
1882, died 14 May following, at Putney 30 August 1885, gust, died 20 August 1887. 
and bur. at Jullundur. and Ixqit. at Mortlake. 



^ear0, formerl|> of iiEatiras, Jnliia. 



Salome, dau. of Rev. John 
Boucher, M.A., Fellow of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
Rector of Shaftesbury, co. 
Dorset, and Vicar of Kirk 
Newton, co. Northumber- 
land, by Salome Laetitia his 
wife, dau. of Captain Wil- 
liam Molesworth, M.P. for 
Philipstown, and sister of 
Robert, 5th Viscount Moles- 
worth ; born at Kirk New- 
ton, and bapt. there 8 April 
1 8 13; marr. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 25 August 1835; 
died at Charlcombe 24 
July, bur. there 30 July 
1845. I St wife. 



=F=Colonel Arnold Christian Pears (son of Rev.=j=Anna Maria, dau. 



James Pears, B.C.L., Rector of Charlcombe, 
CO. Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. of James 
Radcliffe of Durham ; born at Maidenhead, 
CO. Berks, 25 December 181 1, bapt. at Bray, 
CO. Berks, 28 January 1812 ; Colonel Madras 
Artillery, Inspector of Schools, and Postmaster- 
General of Madras ; died at Bath, co. Somer- 
set, 15 May, bur. at Charlcombe 18 May rSgi. 
Will dated 5 October 1889, with two codicils 
dated respectively 2 April 1890, and 4 Feb- 
ruary 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 778, 91) 11 
July 1891, by John Gurney Pelly and Major- 
General James Kiero Watson of Clifton House, 
Winchester, co. Hants, two of the Exors. 




of John Gurney 
Fry of Warley 
Lodge, CO. Essex, 
by Rachel his 
wife, dau. of 
Jacob Reynolds 
ofCarshalton,co. 
Surrey ; born at 
Plaistow, CO. Es 
sex, 25 Septem 
ber 1827 ; marr 
at Bombay 11 
January 1851, 
2nd wife. 



I 
Mary Wilhelmma, born at Madras 15 
June 1836 ; marr. there 26 December 
1S63, Colonel Ewen Grant of the Hon^^ 
East India Co.'s Service (2nd son of 
James Murray Grant of Glenmoriston, 
CO. Inverness, and of Moy, co. Moray, 
J. P. and D.L., by Henrietta his wife, 
dau. of Ewen Cameron of Glennevis, co. 
Inverness); died at Blackheath, co. Kent, 
9 August 187 1. She died at Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, aged 58, 19 August, and was 
bur. at Tiverton, co. Devon, 23 August 
1894. =j= 



Salome Catherine, born at Kamptee, India, 7 
December 1838; marr. 27 October 1859, Major- 
General Richard James Combe Marter of Walton, 
The Upland, Epping, co. Essex (son of Rev. 
Richard Marter, Rector of Brigwaltham, co. Berks); 
born 27 March 1833 ; formerly of the King's 
Dragoon Guards, A.D.C. to the Queen 1883-88, 
Commanding Brigade in Bengal 1884-88, served 
in the South African War 1879, and in Zulu Cam- 
paign (mentioned in despatches, medal and clasp, 
and Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel), retired 1888, J.P. 
for CO. Essex. =j= 



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James Moyle Alice Elizabeth, born at Kamptee 31 July 1841 ; 
Pears, born at marr. at Penn, co. Buckingham, 29 November 
Kamptee 26 i860, Major-General James Kiero \Vatson of 
January 1840. Halliwick Manor, New Southgate, co. Middle- 
sex (son of James Kiero Watson of Kingston- 
upon-Hull, CO. York, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Robert Wharton Myddleton of Crinkle Park, 
CO. York); born 2 February 1832; of the King's 
Royal Rifle Corps (60th Rifles) retired 2 
February 1887. She died at Winchester 20 
December 1887. =j- 



I I 
Arnold Maurice Pears, born 
at Kamptee 19 November 
1842 ; died there 24 Decem- 
ber 1843. 

Maurice Arnold Pears, born 
at Charlcombe 17 July, bapt. 
there i August 1845 ; died 
at Eden, New South Wales, 
25 May 1889. 



Elizabeth Rosamund, born at Mhow, 
India, 24 May, bapt. there 10 Au- 
gust 1854 ; marr. at Madras 27 
April 1876, Frederick Rowlandson. 
She died at Madras 24 January, 
and was bur. there 26 January 1886. 



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Steuart Durand Pears, born at Clare Helen, born at 

Ootacamund, India, 24 February Ootacamund 1 1 Octo- 

1859, and bapt. there; marr. at ber i860, and bapt. 

Madras 14 February 1893, Mar- there; died at Coo- 

garet Isabel, dau. of E. I. Firth of noor, India, 14 June, 

Madras. =j= bur. there 15 June 



Charles Steuart Pears, born at West 
Ham, CO. Essex, 8 August 1855, 
and bapt. privately at Woodford, co. 
Essex; died at Woodford 14 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Walthamstow, co. 
Essex, 17 September 1855. 



I I 

Steuart Arnold Ida Rosamond, 

Pears, born 4 born 6 Novem- 

February 1894. ber 1895. 



Evelyn Katharine, 
born 13 September 



Edmund Radcliffe Pears, 
born at Ootacamund 25 
April, bapt. there 2 July 
1862 ; Commander in the 
Royal Navy; marr. at St. 
Philip and St. James', 
Oxford, 19 July 1890, 
Jeanic Mayhew, dau. of 
James Henry Innes of 
the Island of Vancouver, 
by Marianne his wife, 
dau. of John Wright of 
Wallsend, co. Northum- 
berland ; born in Lon- 
don 17 June, bapt. there 
15 July 1865. 



Arthur Grant Pears, 
born at Ootacamund 
22 June 1863, and 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Bombay 6 June 
1893, Jessie Eliza- 
beth de Visme 
Luard. =f= 



II. 
Agnes Marion, born at Ootacamund 19 April, 
bapt. there 3 July 1868; marr. at St. Pancras', 
London, 20 November 1897, Samuel Estridge 
(son of Rev. Loraine Estridge, M.A., Canon 
of Truro Cathedral, by Maria Salome his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Major-General Sir Thomas 
Townsend Pears, K.C.B., of Eton Lodge, 
Putney, co. Surrey). -f= 

A 

{See Pears of Eton Lodge, Putney, page 103. ) 



Katherine Maud, born at Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 10 April, bapt. at Greenwich, co. Kent, 
27 September 1870; marr. 30 July 1892, 
William Carew Smyth, Lieut. Royal Engineers; 
born I November 1868. =1= 



Edmund Randolph Arthur Luard Pears, Dorothy Prudence Cecily Rosamund, born 

Pears, born at Malta born at Mandalay, Jessie, born at Man- at 39 Edwards Square, 

21 March 1897. Burma, 8 September dalay 5 August 1896, London, 7 December 

1894. and died in May 1897. 
1897. 



A 



vr.fi 



^mx^ of H^epton, co. ®erbj>. 



Rev. Steuart Adolphus Pears (son of Rev. James Pears, B.C.L.,= 
Rector of Charlcombe, co. Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
James Radcliffe of Durham) ; born at Pirbright, co. Surrey, 20 
November 1815, bapt. at Windlesham, co. Surrey, 4 July 1817 ; of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 15 June 1832, aged 
16, Scholar 1832-39, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1839, Fellow 1839-47, 
B.D. 1846, Senior Dean 1846, D.D. 1857, Head Master of Repton 
School, CO. Derby, 1854-74, Rector of Childrey, co. Berks, 1874- 
75; died at Childrey 15 December, bur. at Repton 20 December 
1875. M.I. Will dated 9 June 1866, with codicil dated 2 Feb- 
ruary 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 66, 76) 12 January 1876, by Sir 
Thomas Townsend Pears, K.C.K., the brother. Rev. Robert Joseph 
Knight of Harrow Weald, co. Middle- 

sex, and Henry Temple Pears of 39 ^^^^^^^;S-^<?^ 
Albion Street, London, the Exors. <::?'''^--'^^^^K^^<_-t.^ 



=Catherine Temple, dau. of 
Rev. Temple Chevallier, 
B.D., Canon of Durham, 
and Sub-Warden of Dur- 
ham University, by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. of 
Charles Apthorp Wheel- 
wright; born at Cambridge 
9 April, bapt. at St. An- 
drew's the Great, Cam- 
bridge, II June 1828; 
marr. at Great Bow, Dur- 
ham, 30 December 1847 ; 
died at Repton 13 April, 
bur. there 18 April 1866. 



I I i 
Henry Temple Pears, born at Harrow, co. 
Middlesex, 19 January, bapt. there 18 March 
1849 ; of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 October 1867, aged 18, B.A. 
1870, M.A. 1875. _ 

Steuart Pears, born at Harrow 29 April, bapt. 
there 11 June 1850; died at Repton 29 No- 
vember, bur. there 5 December 1854. 

Catherine Elizabeth, born at Esh,co. Durham, 
25 August, bapt. there 14 September 185 1. 



I 
Alicia Mary, born at Harrow 13 April, bapt. 
there 25 May 1853; marr. at Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, 8 August 1876, Rev. John Clement 
Primrose Aldous (2nd son of Rev. John Aldous, 
by Anna his wife, dau. of Dr. Primrose of 
Wrentham, co. Suffolk) ; born at Coventry, co. 
Warwick, 12 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Coventry, 
12 August 1849; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1872, M.A. 187s, Fellow 1876, Chief 
Instructor on H.M.S. "Britannia" 1876-98, 
Chaplain to Cadets 1879-96, Vicar of DufEeld, 
CO. Derby, since 1898. =j= 
A 



I 
Hugh Vaughan Pears of= 
Queen's Well, Carshal- 
ton, CO. Surrey ; born at 
Repton 13 June, bapt. 
there 10 July 1855 ; of 
Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 
January 1875, ^ged '9) 
B.A. 1879, M.A. 1885. 



/. A 



/CA-H^. 



Charlotte Sophia, 2nd dau. of John 
Richards Paull of Rosewarne and 



Eleanor Cecilia, born at Repton 1 2 
Dec. 1857, bapt. there4 May 1858; 



Bosvigo, CO. Cornwall, by Amelia marr. at Wimbledon 8 Aug. 1878, 



his wife, dau. of Philip Sandy Tomn 
of Killigorden, near Truro, co. 
Cornwall, by Charlotte Philippa his 
wife, dau. of JohnTruscott, nephew 
of Rear-Admiral William Truscott, 



Rev. Arthur Francis Emilius For- 
man (son of Richard Forman of 
Gibraltar, by Mary his wife, eldest 
dau. of Rev. Joseph Heath, Reccor 
of Wigmore, co. Hereford); born 



R.N., of Exeter (see Pedigree of at Gibraltar 26 July 1850, and bapt. 

Truscott, Vol. 4, page gg); born at at the Garrison Chapel there ; of 

Truro 21 June, bapt. at Kenwyn, Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 

co. Cornwall, i August i860; lated 18 Oct. 1869, aged 19, B.A. 

marr. there 19 April 1882. 1874, M.A. 1876, Head-Master of 

,c- r, J- X n 11 ir 1 the Modern Side of Repton School 

(See Pedigree of Paull, Vol. i, . 

page II). '■* J 



Helen Charlotte Cecilia, born at Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent, iS May, bapt. there 22 June 1884. 



I I 
Gladys Catherine Constance, born at Chisle- 
hurst 16 Oct., bapt. there 25 Nov. 1888. 



Hugh John Chevallier Pears, born at Chisle- Olive Dorothy Temple, born at Carshaltor 
hurst I Feb., bapt. there 14 March 1886. June, bapt. there 31 July 1892. 




I^all of lga{)atton jWanor. to. Jiottmsljam. 




Arms on record in the College of Anns.— 
Azure, a bend between three talbots' heads 
erased argent ; on a chief or three roses, 
gules, barbed and seeded proper. 

Crest. — A crescent argent, surmounted 
by a griffin's head erased sable, in the beak 
three ears of wheat or. 

Motto. — Persevere. 



Thomas Dickinson Hall of What- 
ton Manor and of Broughton, co. 
Nottingham (only son of William 
Henry Hall, Captain 4th Regi- 
ment of Foot, by Harriott his wife, 
eldest dau. of William Dickinson 
of Muskham Grange, co. Notting- 
ham, J. P.); born at Farndon, co. 
Nottingham, 18 August 1808, 
bapt. there 18 February 1809 ; of 
Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1830, M.A. 1833; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Nottingham, High Sheriff 
1843, ^nd J. P. for CO. Leicester, 
Lord of the Manor of Whatton, 
formerly Major Nottinghamshire 
Militia; died 2 May, bur. at 
Whatton 6 May 1879. M.I. in 
the Cranmer Chapel of Whatton 
Church. Will dated 1 7 July 1875, 
with two codicils dated respectively 
24 August 1876, and 28 Septem- 
ber 1877, proved at Nottingham 
24 September 1879, by Rev. 
Thomas Butler of Wilderhope 
House, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 
and Rev. Joseph Walker of Aver- 
ham, CO. Nottingham, and Charles 
Richard Fenwick of Hunstanton 
Lodge, CO. Norfolk, the Exors. 



Sophia Elizabeth, dau. 
of James Haffenden of 
Homewood, co. Kent, 
and of Clearwell 
Court, CO. Gloucester, 
by Catharine his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Walker 
of Eastwood House, 
CO. York ; born at 
Clearwell Court 18 
July, bapt. at New- 
land, CO. Gloucester, 
25 July 1814; marr. 
at Langford, co. Not- 
tingham, 12 May 
1840; died at What- 
ton 21 June, bur. 
there 26 June 1896. 
Will dated 28 August, 

1895, proved at Not- 
tingham 2 December 

1896, by Rev. Freder- 
ick Dickinson Hall, 
the son, and Alice 
Elizabeth Hall, the 
dau., the Exors. 



Alice Elizabeth, born 23 
May, bapt. at Whatton 29 
May 1841. 

Gertrude Harriot, born 18 
June, bapt. at Whatton 4 
July 1842 ; marr. there 4 
Feb. 1875, Herbert Gott- 
lieb Edlmann(sonof Joseph 
Frederick Edlmann of 
Hawkwood, co. Kent, by 
Mary Anne his wife, dau. of 
Arthur David Louis Agas- 
si/,); born 16 July 1840, and 
bapt. at St. Dunstan's, Lon- 
don (tio record in Resisfer); 
of E.xeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 30 Nov. 1859, 
aged 19, B.A. 1863, M.A. 
1867, a Director of the 
Royal Mail Steam Packet 
Company. 



Cecil Haffenden Hall, born at Whalton= 
10 November, bapt. there 25 Novem- 
ber 1843 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 27 November 1861, aged 
18, Captain Scots F'usilier Guards, 
J. P. for CO. Leicester; died 20 Au- 
gust, bur. at Whatton 26 August 1874. 
M.L in the chancel of Whatton Church. 
Will dated 9 October 1869, proved at 
Nottingham 24 September 1874, by 
Mary Georgina Caroline Hall of 18 
Chester Street, Grosvenor Place, co. 
Middlesex, the relict, the sole Execu- 
trix. 



Z^l^,/Ki7i4^ 



=Mary Georgina Caroline, 
eldest dau. of Anthony 
Willson of Rauceby, co. 
Lincoln, J. P. and D.L., 
M.P. for CO. Lincoln, by 
Mary Eliza Caroline his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Rev. 
Edward Fane, Rector of 
Fulbeck, co. Lincoln ; born 
23 April 1846; marr. at 
Rauceby 28 July 1869; died 
5 Sept., bur. at Whatton 10 
Sept. 1889. Will dated 24 
Jan. 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg.,913, 89)4 Nov. 1889, 
by Colonel Mildmay Will- 
son Willson, C.B., of the 
Scots Guards, the brother, 
and Edward Algernon Hall, 
the Exors. 



Rev. Frederick Dickinson=j=Fanny Louisa, 2nd 



Hall of Broughton Sulney, 
CO. Nottingham ; born 26 
May, bapt. at WhatCon 5 
June 1845; of Clare Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 
1867, M.A. 187 1, Patron 
and Rector of Manby, co. 
Lincoln, Lord of the 
Manor of Broughton 
Sulney. 



dau. of Sir Edward 
Samuel Walker of 
Berry Hill, co. Not- 
tingham, J. P. and 
D.L., by his ist wife, 
Frances Valentine, 
dau. of George 
Stevens ; born at 
Berry Hill 5 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Mansfield, co. 
Nottingham, 6 March 
1854; marr. at Alder- 
minster, CO. Worcester, 
22 January 1879. 



'^ 2t J^^ 



Edward Rastall Dickinson Hall, born 
23 November, bapt. at Ouston, co. 
Leicester, 14 December 1879. 



Reginald Allgood Hall 
of Lindrick House, Tick- 
hill, CO. York; born 17 
August, bapt. at What- 
ton 29 August 1846 ; 
Captain 53rd Regiment 
of Foot; died at Tick- 
hill, CO. York, 21 No- 
vember, bur. there 25 
November 1895. Will 
dated 3 October 1886, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 148, 
96) II February 1896, 
by Charles James Burrill 
and Rev. Frederick 
Dickinson Hall, the 
brother, the Exors. 



=Jane Elizabeth, 
dau. of Henry 
Robinson of the 
Cliff, Wensley- 
dale, CO. York, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Wil- 
liam Purchas of 
West Burton, co. 
York ; born 15 
May 1854, and 
bapt. at Leyburn, 
CO. York; marr. at 
St. James', Pad- 
dington, London, 
18 January 1876. 



Jt^yhJiUL^ 



Henry Robinson Hall, born at Leyburn 
18 October 1876, bapt. there 7 January 
1877. 



I 
Montagu Haffenden Hall of Whatton Manor,=Mary Emily, 3rd dau. of Rev. Charles Daniel 
CO. Nottmgham ; born at Rauceby, co. Lin- Crofts, Rector of Caythorpe, co. Lincoln, by 
coin, 11 August, bapt. at Whatton 25 Septem- Harriet his wife, dau. of James Ingram of Ades, 
ber 1870; educated at Eton, formerly Lieu- co. Sussex; born 3 November, bapt. at Cay- 
tenant Scots Guards, Captain 4th Battalion thorpe 30 December 1855 ; marr. at St. Mary 
Lincolnshire Regiment, Lord of the ALinor Abbot's, Kensington, London, 5 February 1896. 
of Whatton, J. P. for co. Nottingham. 



Rev. Thomas Kenrick Hall, born 22 
January, bapt. at Whatton 30 January 
1848 ; of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1871, M.A. 1874, Vicar of Whatton; 
drowned in s.s. " Quetta," in the Torres 
Straits, 28 February iSgo, and bur. on 
Thursday Island in the Torres Straits. 
Will dated 9 August 1884, proved at 
Nottingham 25 July 1890, by Maurice 
James Hall, the brother, and John 
Innocent Farmer, both of Whatton, co. 
Nottingham, the Exors. 



TA. 



Maurice James Hall,= 
born 22 September, 
bapt. at Whatton 9 
October 1849 ; of 
Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 187 1. 



=Dorothea Frances, dau. of 
George Greaves of Cradock, 
Cape Colony, South Africa; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Cradock, 
24 February 1879. 



^Ai^ 



Charles Kenrick Hall, born at 
Cradock 20 March, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Cradock, 8 April 1882. 



Edward Algernon Hall, born 26 May, 
bapt. at Whatton 8 June 1853 ; of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. 




Edith Sophia, born 6 September, bapt. at Whatton 
16 September 1851 ; marr. there 6 November 1879, 
William Gladwyn Turbutt of Ogston, co. Derby (elder 
son of Gladwyn Turbutt of Ogston, J. P. and D.L., 
by Ellen his wife, youngest dau. of Baldwin Duppa 
Duppa of HoUingbourne House, co. Kent) ; born at 
Ogston Hall 7 February, bapt. at Morton, co. Derby, 
on Easter Tuesday, 1853; educated at Harrow and 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 November 1871, 
at^ed 18, I. P. and D.I.. for co. Derby, High Sheriff 
1889, formerly Captain 3rd Battalion Derbyshire 
Rcgnnent. =r 

/k 

Mary Constance, born 14 September, bapt. at Whatton 
13 October 1856. 




i^orris of IgEooli JOiorton 3|all, 
(0. JSorfolfe. 



Arms. — Sable, a cross flory fitchee between twelve billets argent. 
Crest. — A talbot sejant gules, collared and ringed or. 



Charles Norris of Bracon Ash, co. Norfolk (younger= 
son of Rev. George Norris of Wood Norton, co. 
Norfolk, M.A. of Caius College, Cambridge, and 
Vicar of Guist, co. Norfolk ; brother of William 
Norris of Wood Norton Hall, and of Belvoir, 
Torquay, co. Devon, J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk) ; 
born 22 March 1800 ; died, aged 74, 20 July, bur. at 
Wood Bailing, co. Norfolk, 23 July 1874. Will dated 
23 January 1862, proved at Norwich 13 August 1874, 
by Rev. Charles Norris of Briston, co. Norfolk, and 
Rev. George Norris of Wood Bailing, co. Norfolk, 
the sons, the Exors. 



Rev. Charles Norris of The 
Close, Norwich ; born ig 
Nov. 1830; of Caius College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1854, Rec- 
tor of Melton Constable with 
Burgh Parva, and Vicar of 
Briston, co. Norfolk, 1855-93 ; 
marr. at Laysten, co. Hert- 
ford, I Jan. 1857, Sophia 
Morell, dau. of Rev. Baniel 
Godfrey Bishop of Bunting- 
ford, CO. Hertford, Vicar of 
Tibshelf, co. Berby, by Sophia 
his wife, dau. of Rev. Stephen 
Morell of Little Baddow, co. 
Essex. He died at Norwich 
8 Aug., and was bur. in Nor- 
wich Cemetery 1 1 Aug. 1894. 
M.I. 



=Harriet Frances, eldest dau. of Rev. 
William Archibald Armstrong of Pen- 
gelly Lodge, Cheshunt, co. Hertford (see 
Busk Pedigree, page yj), B.A. of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, F.S.A., J. P. for 
counties of Hertford and Middlesex, 
Rector of Hykham, co. Lincoln, by 
Charlotte Eleanor Mary his wife, 
younger dau. of Richard Hassell ; born 
I May 1797; marr. 9 April 1829; died 
at Mulbarton Lodge, co. Norfolk, 19 
February, bur. at Mulbarton 24 February 
1837. M.L 



I 
Hassell Norris, 
born at St. An- 
drew's, Norwich, 
29 Nov. 1832 ; 
died on his pas- 
sage home from 
Australia 13 
May 1857, and 
bur. at sea. 



I 
Rev. George Norris, born= 
12 April, bapt. privately 14 
April 1834, and received 
into the church at Mul- 
barton 26 March 1835 ; of 
Trinity College, Bublin, 
B.A. 1857, Vicar of North 
Elmham, co. Norfolk, since 
1894 ; died 24 March, 
bur. at North Elmham 28 
March 1898. M.L 



^■./17- 



c^^y-T-z^ 



=Dania Jane, dau. 
of Edward LLoyd 
of Bublin, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of 
Robert Going of 
Cragg, CO. Tip- 
perary, J. P.; born 
26 January 1832, 
and bapt. privately 
at HoUis Street, 
Bublin ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Dub- 
lin, 28 April 1859; 
died 4 April, bur. 
at North Elmham 
7 April 1896. M.L 



Annie Harriet, Eleanor Ina, bom 9 October, bapt. at Guist, co. 

born 25 Feb- Norfolk, 3 November 1861 ; marr. at Tientsin, 

ruary, bapt. at North China, 16 May 1888, William Watson (son 

East Harling, of William Watson of Quansborough, co. Galway, 

CO. Norfolk, I by Catherine Symes his wife); born 14 June 1856; 

April i860. Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. =t= 



Alice Margaret, born 15 
May, bapt. at Wood 
Balling 7 June 1863. 



Emily LLoyd, born 10 
June, bapt. at Wood 
Balling 31 July 1864. 



William Edward Norris of Wood= 
Norton Hall, co. Norfolk ; born 
I January, bapt. at Wood Bal- 
ling, CO. Norfolk, 4 February 
1866 ; of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1889, J. P. for 
CO. Norfolk ; succeeded to Wood 
Norton Hall in 1875 O" '^^ 
death of his great uncle, William 
Norris, J. P. and D.L. 



=Annie, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Lawrence Forbes of Hamp- 
stead, CO Middlesex, by his 
wife, Charlotte Ann Hawkins 
of Reading, co. Berks ; born 
14 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Hampstead, 26 May 1872 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Kilburn, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 June 1893. 



William Forbes Norris, born at 
Hampstead 13 April, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Kilburn, 13 May 



Marjorie, bom at Hampstead 
17 October, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Kilburn, 17 Novem- 
ber 1895. 



I 
Rev. Charles Lloyd Norris, 
born 7 July, bapt. at Wood 
Balling 7 August 1867 ; 
B.A. of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, Curate of North 
Elmham, co. Norfolk, since 
1896; marr. at Chester i 
January 1S98, May, 6th 
dau. of Leonard Gilbert of 
Edgerton Villa, Chester ; 
born I May 1869. 



I 
Marion Joyce, born at Hamp- 
stead 22 March, bapt. at Boys' 
Home Chapel, Hampstead, 23 
April 189S. 



Robert Norris of Brewer,=j=Lilian Mabel, dau. of E. S. George Hassell Norris of Bangor, 

Maine, U.S.A.; born 2 Au- Carr of Orington, ALiine, Maine, U.S.A.; born 11 April, 

gust, bapt. at Wood Balling U.S.A. ; born 2 September bapt. at Wood Balling, 18 May 

6 September 1868. 1874; marr. at Orington in 1871. 



Arthur Edward Norris, 
born in 1891. 



George LLoyd Norris, 
born in 1892. 



Halcyon Ina, 
born in 1894. 



Reduced facsimile of a Mezzotint Engraving (by James McArdell) 
of a Portrait (by William Keable) of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Knt., 
Lord Mayor of London 1752-3 ; from a proof in the possession of 
Frederick Artlmr Crisp. 




jFanslb^toe of ^arsloes, 
to. €ssef. 



^^O^^^^^ 



Arms on record iti the College of Arms.— 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Or, a chevron be- 
tween three fleurs-de-lys sable; 2nd and 3rd 
(being an augmenlation granted S February 
164Q to Richard Fanshawe, Remembrancer 
of the Exchequer), Chequy, argent and 
azure, a cross gules. 

Crest. — A dragon's head erased or, 
flames of fire issuing from the mouth 
proper. 

Mottoes. — I, In cruce victoria. 
2, Dux vita: ratio. 



John Gascoyne Fanshawe of Parsloes, co.= 
Essex, and VVyersdale, co. Lancaster, son of 
Thomas Fanshawe of Parsloes and Wyers- 
dale, by Ann his wife, dau. of Sir Crisp 
Gascoyne of Bifrons, co. Essex, Knt., Lord 
Mayor of London 1 752-53, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Dr. John Bamber of Mincing 
Lane, London ; (Sir Crisp Gascoytie's great 
grand-dau., Frances Mary, was marr. 2 Feb. 
18 21, to James Brownlow William, Viscount 
Cranborne, afterwards 2nd Marquess of 
Salisbury,who took, by Royal Licence dated 22 
March 1 821, the name of Gascoyne before that 
0/ Cecil); born 3 June, bapt. at Dagenham, 
CO. Essex, 27 June 1746, educated at West- 
minster and Christ Church, Oxford, matric- 
ulated 21 Dec. 1763, aged 17, B.A. 1767, 
M.A. 1770; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's 
Inn 1775, J. P. for co. Essex; died at 
Parsloes, aged 57, at 9 p.m. on Friday, 23 
Dec, bur. in the family vault in the chancel 
of Dagenham Church 30 Dec. 1803. M.L 
Will dated 21 Jan. 1803, proved (P.C.C., 
769 Heseltine) 27 Nov. 1804, by Henry 
Fanshawe, the son, one of the Exors. 



(i/aA^ ^^MU?y?^ Q/^omyj^^^:^^^^^ 



=Mary, elder dau. 
of Christopher 
Parkinson of 
Prescot, CO. Lan- 
caster, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Williams 
of the parish of 
Westmoreland, 
Jamaica, West 
Lidies ; born 2 
May 1747; marr. 
at Thames Dit- 
ton, CO. Surra)', 
19 May 1772; 
died at Parsloes, 
aged 63, at 6 
p.m. on Friday, 
22 March, bur. in 
the family vault 
at Dagenham 
30 March i8ii. 
M.L 







Rev. John Fanshawe of Parsloes and of Wyersdale ; born at 8 p.m. 
7 April, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 5 May 1773 
(Sponsors : Thomas Fanshawe of Parsloes, John Parkinson and 
Sarah Parkinson of Epsom, co. Surrey) ; educated at Westminster 
and Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 December 1790, aged 
17, Student 1 790-1819, Fellow and B.A. 1795, M.A. 1797, Chap- 
lain to the Bishop of Sodor and Man, Vicar of Frodsham, co. Chester, 
1818-43 ; died at Parsloes at 2 p.m. on Friday, 27 October, bur. in 
the family vault at Dagenham 3 November 1843. M.L Will dated 
17 August 1841, proved (P.C.C, 22, 44) 26 January 1844, by the 
Rev. Thomas Lewis Fanshawe, the brother, one of the Exors. 



I 
Henry Fanshawe, born at 
4 p.m. 30 June, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, 27 
July 1 7 74 (Sponsors: Lewis 
Cage of Milgate, co. Kent, 
James Campbell of Kendal, 
Jamaica, and Catherine 
CampbellofKendal); died, 
aged 80, 13 Oct., bur. in 
the family vault at Dagen- 
ham 20 Oct. 1854. 1\LL 



7jZ-(ASiJ^ 



/^u] .\;h Ol/iny^h (XMJ d' 



Charles Gascoyne Fanshawe, born a 
5 a.m. 12 June, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, ii July 1776 (Spon 
sors : Bamber Gascoyne of Barking, co 
Essex, Charles Burril Massingberd o: 
Argyle Street, co. Middlesex, and Mrs. 
Massingberd of Low Layton, co. Essex) 
died in Jamaica, aged 24, 6 November 
1800. 



Mary Annetta, born at 11.30 p.m. 11 February, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 12 March 1783 (Sponsors: 
Mrs. Gascoyne of Barking, Mrs. Cage of Millgate, 
CO. Kent, and William Devaynes of Dover Street, 
Piccadilly, London); marr. at Dagenham, co. Essex, 
8 June 1803, Henry Charles Boisragon, M.D., of 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester. She died at The Cres- 
cent, Cheltenham, aged 57, 13 September, and was 
bur. at Leckhampton, co. Gloucester, 19 September 
1840. 



Catherine Sophia, born at Da- 
genham Vicarage at 5.30 p.m. 
20 October, bapt. at Dagenham 
25 December 1822 (Sponsors : 
Sophia Mourant of Guernsey, 
Sarah Bonynge of Parsloes, and 
Rev. John Fanshawe) ; died at 3 
a.m. 27 April, bur. in the family 
vault at Dagenham 3 May 1841. 



John Gaspard Fanshawe of= 
Parsloes, co. Essex ; born at 
Dagenham Vicarage at 1 2 noon 
on Tuesday, 27 July, bapt. at 
Dagenham 23 September 1824 
(Sponsors : Rev. John Fan- 
shawe, Peter Erie and Mrs. 
Peter Carey) ; educated at Eton, 
sometime of the Board of Trade. 



Barbara Frederica Beaujo- 
lois, 3rd dau. of the Honi-'^ 
\Villiam James Coventry of 
Earl's Croome Court, co. 
Worcester, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of James Laing of 
Jamaica; born 13 February 
1832; marr.at Earl's Croome 
4 October 1853. 



Evelyn John Fanshawe, born at 22 
Chester Terrace, Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, at 10 p.m. on Saturday, 22 July, 
bapt. at Dagenham 23 August 1854 
(Sponsors : William George Coven- 
try and Thomas Basil Fanshawe, his 
uncles, and Lady Sophia Des Voeux, 
his great-aunt) ; educated at Eton, 
formerly Captain 4th Battalion Essex 
Regiment; married 7 May 1887, 
Emily, dau. of John Moore. 



Edgar Sydney Waldo Fanshawe, 
born at 52 St. George's Place, 
London, 29 April, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Chester Square, 24 
June 1891. 



Basil Thomas Fanshawe of= 
the Park, Lunugala, Ceylon, 
and of Holywell, Bratton 
Fleming, co. Devon ; born 
at 22 Chester Terrace at 2 
p.m. 28 July, bapt. at Earl's 
Croome 20 September 1857 
(Sponsors : Richard Fan- 
shawe and Rev. Henry Wil- 
liam Coventry, his uncles, 
and Helen Denison, his 
aunt) ; educated at Repton. 



:Mary Georgiana, only dau. 
of Sir William Henry Gierke 
of Mertyn Hall, co. Flint, 
loth Bart., of Hitcham, co. 
Buckingham, by Georgiana 
his wife, eldest dau. of 
Robert Gosling of Botleys 
Park, CO. Surrey; born 21 
March, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, 2 1 
April 1862 (Sponsors: Ven. 
Archdeacon Gierke, Mary 
Dora Gierke, and Mary Gos- 
Ung); marr. there 19 April 
1890. 



Muriel Mary, born at Rockhill, Badulla, Ceylon, 
12 November, bapt. at St. Mark's, Badulla, 4 
December 1891 (Sponsors: Lady Gierke, Mary 
Gosling, and Charles John Gierke). 



Aline Barbara, born at Yeo Vale Cottage, 
near Barnstaple, 27 June, bapt. at St. 
Gregory's, Goodleigh, 26 July 1896 (Spon- 
sors: Lady Gierke, Alice Wilhraham, and 
Sir William Francis Gierke, Bart.) 



Aubrey Basil Fanshawe, born at Yeo Vale 
Cottage, near Barnstaple, co. Devon, 13 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Gregory's, Goodleigh, co. Devon, 
13 December 1893 (Sponsors: Charles Longue- 
ville Gierke, Rev. Arthur Wykeham Pulteney, 
and Harriet Gosling). 



Rachel Georgina, born at Willesleigh, co. 
Devon, i July, bapt. at St. Gregory's, Good- 
leigh, 25 July 1897 (Sponsors: Lady Gierke, 
Mrs. Charles John Gierke, and Henry de 
Courcy Hamilton). 



Rev. Thomas Lewis Fanshawe of Parsloes, co. Essex, and=f=Catherine Stephens, eldest dau. 



of Wyeisdale, co. Lancaster; born at 12 noon, 21 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 30 October 
1792 (Sponsors: Joseph Gascoyne of Twickenham, Lewis 
Cage of Coomb, co. Kent, John Fanshawe and Sarah 
Bonynge); educated at Eton and St. Mary Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 March 1812, aged 19, B.A. 1816, M.A. 
1823, Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Kintore, Vicar of 
Dagenham, co. Essex, 1816-58; died at Kingsbury, co. 
Middlesex, 5 March, bur. in the family vault at Dagenham 
17 March 1858. M.L Will dated 5 December 1844, with 
two codicils dated respectively i July 1846 and 4 June 
1847, proved (Prin. Reg., 306, 58), 27 May 1858, by Cathe- 
rine Stephens Fanshawe of 15 Gloucester Street, Warwick 
Square, co. Middlesex, the relict, one of the Exors. 



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of Major-General John Gaspard 
Le Marchant of Manor Le Mar- 
chant, Guernsey, First Lieut.- 
Governor of the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst (monument to 
his memory in St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral), by Mary his wife, dau. of 
John Carey, Jurat of Guernsey ; 
born 20 October, bapt. at St. 
Peter Port, Guernsey, 9 Novem- 
ber 1796 ; marr. by licence at St. 
Martin's, Guernsey, 11 October 
182 1 ; died at Markyate Cell, 
CO. Hertford, i July, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 6 
July 1881. M.L 



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Helen, born at Dagenham Vicarage at 6.30 p.m. 13 February, bapt. at Mary, born at Ford 

Dagenham 8 April 1826 (Sponsors: Helen Le Marchant and Anna Maria Lodge, Dagenham, 

Tapper, her aunts, and Henry Fanshawe, her uncle) ; marr. at Dagenham at 4.45 a.m. 14 

7 May 1844, Edward Hanson Denison of Stockgrove, co. Buckingham, May, bapt. privately 

and Rusholme Park, co. Lancaster (only child of Joseph Denison of Stock- 18 July 1827 ; died 

grove and Rusholme Park, by Sarah his wife, dau. of William Hanson); at 9 p.m. 19 July, 

born I July 1814; educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, bur. in the family 

B.A. 1835, M.A. 1839, Barrister-at-Law ; died at Tyne Hall, Bembridge, vault at Dagenham 

Isle of Wight, I July, bur. in Brompton Cemetery 9 July 1864. Will 25 July 1827. 
dated 27 November 1850, proved (Prin. Reg., 689, 64) 8 November 
1864, by Helen Denison of 26 Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, co. 
Middlesex, the relict, one of the Exors. =j= 



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Beaujolois Mabel, born at 22 Chester Terrace, Eaton 
Square, London, 29 August, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, 21 September 1858 (Spon- 
sors: Hon'''' Mrs. William Whitworth Chetwynd 
Talbot, her aunt. Lady Maria Ponsonby, her cousin, 
and Oswald Augustus Smith of Blendon Hall, co. 
Kent) ; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
12 April 1887, Arthur George Ridout (eldest son of 
Rev. George Ridout, Rector of Sandhurst, co. Kent, 
by Sophia Louisa his wife, dau. of Thomas Daniell 
of Little Berkhampstead House, co. Hertford); born 
17 December 1852 ; educated at Eton. 



Violet, born i September, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, 23 September 1863 (Sponsors: 
Helen Mason, her cousin. Lady Le Marchant, her 
aunt, and Samuel George Smith of Sacomb Park, co. 
Hertford, M.P.). 



Lyonell Fanshawe,= 
born at 33 Wilton 
Place, London, at 
1 1 p.m. 6 May, bapt. 
at Woolstone, co. 
Gloucester, 10 June 
1866 (Sponsors: 
Henry FrancisShaw 
Lefevre and Gil- 
bert Coventry, his 
uncles, and the 
Hon'''' Mrs. George 
Denman) ; educa- 
ted at Repton. 



Loftus Gaspard Lyonell William 
Fanshawe, born at Igatpuri, India, 
14 June, ijapt. at Bombay Cathe- 
dral 24 August. 1 896. 



=Bessie Emily, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Gibson Miller of 
Mhow, India, by 
Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Lawrence 
Lawson ; born 31 
January 1 87 7; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Mhow, 18 April 
1894. 



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Colonel Thomas Basil Fanshawe, born= 
at Dagenham Vicarage, co. Essex, at 
12 noon, 3 December 1829, bapt. at 
Dagenham 25 February 1830 (Spon- 
sors : Le Marchant Thomas, Junior, 
Denis Le Marchant, his uncle, and 
Caroline Le Marchant, his aunt) ; 
educated at Shrewsbury, Lieut.-Colonel 
33rd Regiment of Foot (Duke of Wel- 
lington's), served in the Crimea, in 
the Indian Mutiny, and in Abyssinia, 
retired as Colonel 2 March 1878. 



=Emily Catherine, younger dau. 
of Gerard Lipyeatt Gosselin 
of Mount Ospringe, co. Kent, 
by Amelie his wife, dau. of 
Daniel Tupper of Hauteville 
House, Guernsey; born at 
Preston House, Faversham, 
CO. Kent, 29 November 1834, 
bapt. at Preston 21 January 
1835 ; marr. at Walcot, co. 
Somerset, 8 March 1864. 



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Richard Fanshawe, born 
at Dagenham Vicarage 
at 7.30 a.m. 11 Novem- 
ber 1831, bapt. at 
Dagenham 8 February 
1832 (Sponsors: William 
Erie, the Rev. Gorges 
Paulin Lowther, and 
MaryGostling, his aunt); 
educated at Shrewsbury, 
sometime a Clerk in the 
House of Commons. 



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Helen Maude, born at 28 Park Street, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 12 March, bapt. at Walcot 3 
May 1865 (Sponsors: John Gaspard Fan- 
shawe of Parsloes, her uncle, Helen Denison, 
her aunt, and Elizabeth Gosselin, her aunt) ; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, Bath, 28 July 1890, 
Cecil Augustus Carey of Guernsey (2nd son 
of Thomas Godfrey Carey, Captain Royal 
Guernsey Militia, Queen's Procureur in 
Guernsey and Bailiff of the Island, by Susan 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Slade) ; born 
10 April, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Guernsey, 13 
May 1863 ; Advocat and A.D.C. to the 
Governor of Guernsey; Captain ist (East) 
Regiment Guernsey Militia. 



Gerard Lewis Fanshawe,= 
born at Poona, India, 
at 4.30 p.m., 24 April, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Poona, 18 May 1866 
(Sponsors: Gerard Lipy- 
eatt Gosselin, his grand- 
father, and Sir Gaspard 
and Lady Le iMarchant, 
his great uncle and great 
aunt) ; Captain Royal 
Engineers. 



=Grace, 2nd dau. of 
Hynman Allenby of 
Feli.xstowe,co. Suffolk, 
by Catherine Anne 
his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Rev. Thomas Coats 
Cane, Vicar of Kirk- 
lington, CO. Notting- 
ham ; born at St. 
Osyth's Priory, co 
Essex, 13 June, bapt. 
at St. Osyth's 7 Au- 
gust 1862 ; marr. at 
F"elixstowe 14 June 
1894. 



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Herbert Cecil Fanshawe, born at Kura- 
chee, India, at 4.45 a.m., 9 November, 
bapt. there 3 December 1867 (Sponsors: 
Colonel Dunn, 33rd Regiment, Colonel 
Le Marchant, and Helen Denison); Lieu- 
tenant Submarine Miners Militia Engineers. 



Lilian Emily, born at Southsca, co. Hants, 
at 3.30 p.m., 20 September, bapt. at St. 
Jude's, Southsea, 15 October 1869 (Spon- 
sors : George Gosselin, Mrs. George 
Gosselin, and Mrs. Fairman). 



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Reginald Winnington Fanshawe, 
born at 28 Park Street, Hath, 
at 7 p.m. 2 September, bapt. at 
Walcot, CO. Somerset, 4 October 
1 87 1 (.Sponsors : Major Winning- 
ton, Captain /Emilius Tupper, 
R.A., and Mrs. Bartlett) ; Lieu- 
tenant Duke of Wellington's 
(West Riding) Regiment. 



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Frank Raymond 
Fanshawe, born 
at Fermoy, co. 
Cork, at 10.25 
a.m., s March, 
bapt. at Fermoy 
27 March 1874 
(Sponsors: Fran- 
cis Tupper, J. T. 
Rogers, and Mrs. 
Smith Annesley). 



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CO. JBtorfolfe. 

Thomas Back of Curat's House, Norwich, co.=f=Anne, dau. of 




'. the College 
of Arms. — Per saltire, argent and 
gules, a lion rampant guardant 
proper, on a chief wavy azure, a 
woolpack of the first between 
two bezants. 

Cres/. — A griffin passant per 
pale wavy, gules and argent, 
collared or, wings elevated 
erminois, the dexter claw sup- 
porting a woolpack as in the 
arms. 



Norfolk (son of Thomas Back of Glamford and 



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Signature to deed dated 177 

Foulsham, co. Norfolk, by Alice his wife, dau. of 
Robert Toll of Curat's House, Norwich); born 9 
March, bapt. privately at Foulsham 12 March 
1743, baptism registered at Foulsham Church; 
inherited Curat's House from his grandfather, 
Robert Toll ; died 30 January, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 8 February 1820. Will dated 
25 October 18 18. 




Thomas Curteis 
of Aylsham, co. 
Norfolk ; marr. 
at Aylsham 21 
Sept. 1767 ; 
died, aged 42, 
4 Dec, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 
9 Dec. 1788. 



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Thomas Back of Curat's House and of Orford Hill, Norwich, = 
and of Hethersett Hall, co. Norfolk; born 16 July 1768, bapt. 
privately next day, baptism registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich; Mayor of Norwich 1809, J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk; 
died in the Council Chamber, Norwich, 21 February, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 29 February 1S20. 



=Sarah, dau. of John Hatfeild 
of Norwich ; marr. at St. 
Giles', Norwich, 6 Septem- 
ber 1804 ; died 29 April, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich, 8 May 1821. 



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James Back, born 6 Marianne, born 8 December 1807, bapt. at S. Peter's, Alfred Back, 

August 1805, and bapt. Mancroft, Norwich, 8 January 1808 ; marr. at Hether- born 13 Aug., 

privately the same day, sett, co. Norfolk, 18 January 1848, Rev. Hicks bapt. privately 

baptism registered at St. Thomas Deacle (son of Rev. Hicks Deacle, Vicar 20 Aug. 1809, 

Peter's, Mancroft, Nor- of Dilham and Honing, co. Norfolk) ; born at Lam- baptism regis- 

wich ; bur. there 22 beth, co. Surrey, 21 December 1816; of St. John's, tered at St. 

March 1814. College, Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843, Curate Peter's, Man- 

— of Hethersett and afterwards of Bungay, co. Suffolk ; croft, Norwich; 

Thomas Back of Wands- died 8 August, bur. at Hethersett 12 August 1891. bur. there 25 

worth, CO. Surrey; born She died 7 January, and was bur. at Hethersett 13 June 1816. 

14 November, bapt. at January 1890. =;= 

St. Peter's, Mancroft, X^ 

Norwich, 16 December 



=James Back of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, formerly= 
of St. Andrew's, Norwich ; born 4 March, bapt. 
privately 11 March 1770, baptism registered at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich ; died 26 October, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Mancroft, i November 1842. 



Mary Ann Monck,= 
dau. of Rev. Laurence 
Gibbs, B.A. of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, and Rector of 
Brockdish, co. Nor- 
folk, by Ann his wife ; 
marr. by licence at 
Brockdish 2 May 
1810; died 19 De- 
cember, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Nor- 
wich, 24 December 
181 1. 1st wife. 



(For issue, see Pedigree of Back, formerly of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, page 122). 




=.'\nne, dau. of 
John Hatfeild of 
Norwich ; marr. 
at St. Botolph's, 
Aldgate, London, 
7 June 1815; 
died in Decem- 
ber 1863, and 
bur. at Hanwell, 
CO. Middlesex. 
2nd wife. 



Henry Back of Hethersett Hall, co. Norfolk, and of Garbrand=i=Fanny, dau. of Captain 

William Charles Lempriere, 
R.H.A., of Ew'ell, co. Surrey, 
by Harriet his wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Reid, Bart., of 
Ewell Grove, co. Surrey, and 
Graystone Park, co. Dumfries, 
Chairman and Director of 
the Hon"'= East India Co. ; 
born 23 September 1830; 
marr. at Ewell 7 July 185 1. 



Hall, Ewell, co. Surrey; born 28 February, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 5 May 181 1 ; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1851, J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk; marr. istly at Eccles, co. Lancaster, 2 May 
1848, Annie, dau. of Robert Gardner of Manchester, who died 
12 January 1849, and was bur. at Hethersett. He died at 
Hethersett 15 July, and was bur. there 19 July 1878. Will dated 
23 July 1857, proved at Norwich 6 August 1878, by Fanny Back 
of Hethersett, the relict, Hatfeild James Back of Dedham, co. 
Essex, and John Alfred Back of Hethersett, the brothers, the 
Exors. 



Fanny Elizabeth, born 30 April, bapt. at 
Ewell 30 May 1852 ; marr. at Hethersett 
27 November 1884, Rev. Thomas Tegg 
Harvey (son of Richard Coward Harvey 
of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, by 
Hannah his wife, dau. of Thomas Tegg); 
born 20 March, bapt. at Kennington, co. 
Surrey, 5 May 1848 ; Rector of Mundes- 
ley, CO. Norfolk, since 1896. 



William Henry Back of^Marion Edith, youngest 



Hethersett Hall ; born 
20 July, bapt. at Ewell 
28 August 1853; Lord 
of the Manor of Hether- 
sett. 



MM 

Henry William Back, born 28 June, bapt. at 
Hethersett 5 September 1886. 



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dau. of John Henry 
Browne of Hethersett, by 
Louisa Gertrude his wife, 
dau. of Robert Thornton 
Perkin ; born 2 May 
1858; marr. at Hethersett 
8 October 1885. 



Sidney Lempriere Back, born 4 December 1892, 
bapt. at Hethersett 5 February 1893. 



Charles Walter Back, born 29 November Stephanie Gertrude, born 26 December 1S94, 

1887, bapt. at Hethersett i January 1888. bapt. at Hethersett 3 P'ebruary 1895. 

Percy Robert Hatfeild Back, born 10 May, Etheldreda Violet, born 18 October, bapt. at 

bapt. at Hethersett 7 July 1889. Hethersett 6 December 1896. 

Evelyn Marion, born 2 October, bapt. at Sibyl Mary, born 18 June, bapt. at Hethersett 

Hethersett 9 November 1890. 14 August 1898. 



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Ann, born 14 January, and bapt. 
privately 19 January 1772, baptism 
registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich, co. Norfolk ; died, aged 
65, 12 February, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 21 February 
1837- _ 

Jane, born 2 June, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 18 
June 1773; bur. at Hethersett, co. 
Norfolk, in 1855. Will dated 27 
December 1850, with codicil dated 
4 November 1852, proved (P.C.C. 
292, 55) 7 April 1855, by Mary 
Back, the sister, Hatfeild James 
Back, the nephew, and Rev. John 
Toll Burt, the Exors. 



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John Back of Long Stratton, 
CO. Norfolk, formerly of Mund- 
ham, CO. Norfolk ; born 15 
October, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, i8 October 
1774; marr. at St. Michael- 
at-Plea, Norwich, 2 October 
1806, Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Mann of East Tuddenham, 
CO. Norfolk ; died 3 June, 
bur. at Long Stratton 1 1 June 
1838. He died 11 October, 
and was bur. at Long Stratton 
17 October 1842. 



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Maria, born 4 January, bapt. 
privately 17 January 1776, 
baptism registered at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich ; 
died, aged 70, 27 December 
1846, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 5 Jan- 
uary 1847. 

Lucy, bcM-n 31 January, bapt. 
privately 2 February 1777; 
baptism registered at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich; 
died, aged 27, 7 January, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 1 1 January 
1805. 



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Hatfeild James Back of The Hill House, Dedham 
Park, CO. Essex ; born 19 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 19 May 1818; marr. at Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, 20 August 1850, Eliza, dau. of 
James Back of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, by Anne 
his 2nd wife, dau. of John Hatfeild of Norwich ; 
born 18 December, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Norwich, 
20 December 182 1 ; died at Dedham, and bur. at 
Ardleigh, co. Essex, 26 March 1884. 

(See Pedigree of Back, formerly of Hillingdon, 
CO. Middlesex, page 123). 



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John Alfred Back of=T=JuIia Elizabeth. 



The Old Hall, Hether- 
sett; born 29 May 1820, 
and bapt. privately next 
day, baptism registered 
at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich ; died at 
Hethersett Old Hall, 
aged 75, 23 February, 
bur. there 28 February 



dau. of James 
Stark of Windsor, 
CO. Bucks, for- 
merly of Norwich; 
marr. at Thorpe, 
CO. Norfolk, 8 
February 1848. 



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George Reid Back,=i=Josephine, dau. of 



born 25 October, 
bapt. at Ewell 26 
November 1854. 



Edward McCheney 
of Gothenburg, Ne- 
braska, U.S.A. ; marr. 
there 2 June 1891. 



Josephine Lempriere, 
born 4 March 1892. 



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Winifred Bishop, 
born 15 July 1894. 



Annie Mary, born 10 February, bapt. at Hethersett 
13 April 1856; marr. at Hethersett 6 May 1886, 
Rev. Edmund Frederic Plume (son of Rev. 
William Henry Plume, Rector of Framingham 
Pigot, CO. Norfolk, by Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
Zachariah Buck, Mus. Doc); born 12 October, 
bapt. at Framingham Pigot 7 November 1852; of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, 
M.A. 1887, Curate of Settrington, co. York, since 
1890. 



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Julia Isabella, born 30 September, bapt. at 
Hethersett 25 December 1857. 



Mary Jane, born 3 April, bapt. at Hethersett 
S June 1859. _ 

Emily Jane, born 3 December 1862, bapt. 
at Hethersett 2 February 1863. 



Arthur Charles Lempriere Back, born 27 
May, bapt. at Hethersett 3 July 1864. 



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Percy James Back, born 23 January, bapt at 
Hethersett 4 March 1866; died 13 August, bur. 
at Hethersett 22 August 1885. 

Ella, born 20 February, bapt. at Hethersett 16 
May 1869; died 19 September, bur. at Hether- 
sett 24 September 1869. 

Walter Herbert Back, born 29 November 1870, 
bapt. at Hethersett i January 187 1; marr. at 
All Saints', Cambridge, 20 March 1893, Florence 
Maude, eldest dau. of William Purchas of Cam- 
bridge. 



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Susanna, born i8 February, bapt. privately 22 
February 1778, baptism registered at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich; bur. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich. 

Sophia, born 5 November, bapt. privately 7 Novem- 
ber 1779, baptism registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich ; died 12 December, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 19 December 1839. 



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George Back of Curat s House, Norwich; 
born 2 October, bapt. privately 5 October 
1780, baptism registered at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich ; marr. at North 
Creak, co. Norfolk, 14 August 1809, 
Georgiana, dau. of John Harris of North 
Creak, and died, aged 33, 26 October, 
bur. at St. Peter'.s, Mancroft, i November 
1813. =r 



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Georgiana, born 9 August, bapt. at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 12 August 1810. 



Anne, born 9 April, bapt. privately 23 April 181 2, 
baptism registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich ; 
marr. at Penn, co. Bucks, 17 October 1S37, Thomas 
Groom of Bury, co. Lancaster. 



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George Back of Stony Stratford, co. 
Bucks ; born at Norwich 1 5 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 7 October 1813; 
marr. at Clapham, co. Surrey, 15 
August 1838, Margaret, dau. of 
William Walker of Brunswick 
Square, London. 



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George Back, born Charles Harris Back, born Margaret, born 20 Robert Back, born 4 

24 October 1840, 11 February 1843, and bapt. January, bapt. at April, bapt. at Stony 

bapt. at Hanslope, privately at Stony Stratford ; Stony Stratford 18 Stratford 2 May 1849. 

CO. Bucks, 20 Sep- died 20 March 1843, and December 1844. 

tember 1844. bur. at Stony Stratford. 



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.Sarah, born 6 April, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 31 May 1812; marr. at 
Mundesley, co. Norfolk, 22 October 1840, 
George Chater of Instow, co. Devon. 



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Emily, born 4 May, bapt. at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 31 May 1816 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Tombland, Norwich, 19 August 1841, 
John Thomas Brown of Norwich, son of Rev. 
James Brown. 



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Mary Jane, born 
23 January, bapt. 
at Hethersett 15 
April 1849 ; marr. 
at Hethersett 11 
^Lirch 1879, Wil- 
liam Thomas Moore. 



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Alfred Henry Back of Reep- 
ham, CO. Norfolk; born 18 
February, bapt. at the Col- 
legiate Church, Manchester, 
14 March 1850; of Caius 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1873, M.A. 1876, M.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1880, L.R.C.P. Edin. 
and L.M. 1883. 



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Rev. Arthur James Back, born 13 October, 
bapt. at St. Lawrence, Norwich, 6 De- 
cember 1852; of Caius College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878, Rector of Carleton- 
Rode, Attleborough, co. Norfolk, since 
1895; marr. Ellen Harriet, dau. of William 
Thomas Bensly, LL.D., of Eaton, co. 
Norfolk, by Ellen Marian his wife. 



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Margaret Evelyn, born 
15 February, bapt. at 
Cringleford, co. Nor- 
folk, 13 April 1887. 



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Hilda Mary, born Hatfeild Arthur William 

21 February, bapt. Back, born 23 September, 

at Cringleford 16 bapt.atWorstead,co. Nor- 

April 1888. folk, 10 November 1890. 



Geoffrey Robert Bensly 
Back, born 22 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Wor- 
stead 31 March 1894. 



Rachael, born 5 October, bapt. Alice, born 5 February, bapt. Robert Back, born t Feb- 

privately 7 October 1781, bap- privately ii February 1783, ruaryi784, bapt. prrvately, 

tism registered at St. Peter's, baptism registered at St. Peter's, baptism registered at St 

Mancroft, Norwich ; died, aged Mancroft, Norwich ; died, aged Peter's, Mancroft Norwich • 

50, 7 October, bur. at St. 64, 3 December, bur. at St. died 24 July 1802 

Peter's, Mancroft, 14 October Peter'.s, Mancroft, 10 Decem- 

1830. ber 1847. 



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Edward Back of 
Lamas, near Hev- 
ingham, co. Nor- 
folk, formerly of 
Curat's House, 
Norwich ; born 18 
April, bapt. pri- 
vately 24 April 1785, 
baptism registered 
at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich ; 
Alderman of Nor- | 
wich; died i May, | 
bur. at Tunstead, [ 
CO. Norfolk, 8 May ! 
1857. Adfiion was \ 
granted 7 August I 
1857, to Harriot 
Back, the relict. 



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^Harriot, dau. of Robert Alcock Barker of Norwich, by Alice his wife 3rd 
dau. of Thomas Quarles of Foulsham, co. Norfolk, by Martha his wife, dau. 

of Nicholas and 
Alice Matlis of 
Snoring, co. Nor- 
folk ; born 10 
February, bapt. 
privately 15 Feb- 
ruary, and re- 
ceived into the 
church at St. 
Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 
5 March 1787 ; 
marr. at St. Benedict's, Norwich, 31 July 1815; died 17 January, bur. at 
Tunstead 25 January 1871. Will dated 17 January 1861, proved at 
Norwich 13 April 1871, by Alice Back, the daughter, and Philip Back, the 
son, the Exors. 



tiybHjd^iiiMAj 



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Signature to deed dated 1S54. 



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Signa 



1 receipt dated 1857. 



For issue, see Pedigree of Back of Curat's House, Norwich, page 



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Mary Monck, born 14 June, bapt. 
privately 26 June 17S6, baptism 
registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich. 



Susanna, born 29 November, bapt. privately 22 De- 
cember 1 788, baptism registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich ; died 1 1 October, bur. at St. Peter's, Mancroft] 
Norwich, 18 October 1813. 



Julia, born 26 
Sept., bapt. at 
St. Lawrence', 
Norwich, 1 1 
Nov. 1854. 



Herbert Hatfeild Back of= 
Reepham, co. Norfolk ; 
born 19 August, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, Thorpe 
Hamlet, Norwich, 21 Sep- 
tember 1858; M.R.C.S. 
1882, M.B. London. 



=Mabel Helen Graham, dau. of Gertrude Emily 



Edward Gilbert of Blofield 
House, CO. Norfolk, J. P., by 
Helen his wife, dau. of Rev. 
^\'illiam Hall Graham, M.A., 
Rector of Great Bromley, co. 
Essex. 



born 27 August, 
bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Thorpe 
Hamlet, Nor- 
wich, I October 
1863. 



Dorothy Mabel, born 15 
September, bapt. at Acle, 
CO. Norfolk, 9 October 



Gilbert Alfred Back, born 
17 March, bapt. at Reep- 
ham 13 April 1892. 



Marjorie, born 13 June, 
bapt. at Reepham 7 July 
1893. 




formerly of Hillinslion, 




Arms on record in the College 
of Anns. — Per saltire, argent and 
gules, a lion rampant guardant 
proper, on a chief wavy azure, a 
woolpack of the first between 
two bezants. 

Crest.— h griffin passant per 
pale wavy, gules and argent, 
collared or, wings elevated 
erminois, the dexter claw sup- 
porting a woolpack as in the 
arms. 



to. 



James Back of H llingdon, co. Middlesex,= 
formerly of .St. i^ndrew's, Norwich (son 
of Thomas Back of Curat's House, Nor- 
wich, by Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Curteis of Aylsham, co. Norfolk); born 
4 March, bapt. privately ii March 1770, 
baptism registered at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich. He marr. 2ndly at St. 
Botolph's, Aldgate, London, 7 June 
1815, Anne, dau. of John Hatfeild of 
Norwich, who died in December 1863, 
and was bur. at Hanwell, co. Middlese.^i. 
He died 26 October, and was bur. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, i November 
1842. =r 



=Mary Ann Monck, dau. 
of Rev. Laurence Gibbs, 
B.A. of Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambiidge, and 
Rector of Brockdish, co. 
Norfolk, by .'Knn his 
wife ; marr. by licence 
at Brockdish 2 May 
1810; died 19 Decem- 
ber, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, co. 
Norfolk, 24 December 
181 1. 1st wife. 



Mary Anne Monck, born 7 April, bapt. 
at St. George's, Tombland, Norwich, 21 
April 181 1 ; died at 146 Brompton Road, 
London, aged 70, 2 November, bur. in 
Elmers End Cemetery, co. Surrey, g 
November 1881. 



)Ja^-(:^ac' 



Signature to deed dated 1821 



I 
Anne, bapt. 
at St. An- 
drew's, Nor- 
wich, 3 April 
1823. 



I 
Rev. James Back, born= 
20 October 181 7, and 
received into thechurch 
at St. Andrew's, Nor- 
wich, 3 April 1823; of 
Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge. B.A. 1838, 
M.A. 1843. 



'Sarah Howard, eldest 
dau. of Capt. Charles 
Chaplin, R.E., by 
Sarah his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Parsons ; 
marr. at the British 
Embassy, Brussels, 10 
June 1843. 



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Alexander Back of \\addington, 
CO. Lancaster; born 15 ^Lay 18 19, 
and received into the church at 
St. Andrew's, Norwich, 3 April 
1823; died 13 March 1885. 

Horace Back, born 13 Jan., bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Norwich, 3 April 
1822; died in February 1824, and 
bur. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich. 



William Frederick Charles Back, born at Dover, 
CO. Kent, 22 October, bapt. at St. James', Dover, 
20 November 1844. 

Marjory Athol, born 10 September, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Old Street, London, 14 October 1846. 



Sarah Ann, born 31 May, bapt. at Milford, co. 
Southampton, 20 July 1848. 



Adelaide ALtry, born 12 ^L1rch 1850, and 
bapt. at Trinity Church, in the parish of 
St. Dunstan, Stepney, co. Middlesex ; marr. 
at Christ Church, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 20 
June 1 87 2, George Edgar Frere of The Camels, 
Wimbledon Park, co. Surrey (eldest son of 
George Frere, F.R.G.S.,amember of the Slave 
Trade Commission, by Margaret Anne his 
wife, dau. of Edgar Corrie of Purley, co. Berks); 
born 7 July 1845. =f= 



Phoebe, born 2 1 January, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Norwich, 26 March 1824; marr. at Richmond 
21 August 1849, Rev. Richard Edward Formby 
(eldest son of Rev. James Formby, J. P., Vicar of 
Findsbury, co. Kent, by Susan his wife, dau. of 
Edward King of Hungret, co. York, Chancellor 
of the Duchy of Lancaster) ; born 2 July, bapt. 
at Blackpool, co. Lancaster, 30 July 1822 ; of 
Brasenose College, O.xford, matriculated 18 May 
1842, aged 19, B.A. 1846, Rector of Latching- 
don, CO. Essex, 1859-94, J. P. for co. Esse.\; died 
at Latchingdon 8 November, bur. there 13 No- 
vember 1894. She died 27 July, and was bur. at 
Latchingdon 2 August 1887. =f= 

A 
I 

ElizabethAnne, dau. of Thomas Sinclair=j=Rev. Samuel Back,=j=Eugenie Gertrude, dau. of Thomas 



Eliza, born 18 September, bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Norwich, 20 December 1821; marr. 
at Richmond, co. Surrey, 20 August 1850, 
Hatfeild James Back of The Hill House, 
Dedham Park, co. Essex (son of Thomas 
Back of Hcthersett Hall, and of Curat's 
House and Orford Hill, Norwich, J.P. and 
D.L., by Sarah his wife, dau. of John Hat- 
feild of Norwich); born 19 March, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 19 May 
1818. She died at Dedham, and was bur. 
at Ardleigh, co. Essex, 26 March 1884. 

(See Pedigree of Back of Hethersett, 
CO. Norfolk, page iig). 



Robinson of Lowood, co. Down, Gentle- 
man of the Privy Chamber to George 
IV., William IV. and Queen Victoria, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. of 
James Stewart Moore of Ballydivity, 
CO. Antrim, High Sheriff co. Antrim 
1798 ; marr. at Old Charlton, co. 
Kent, 2 Dec. 1858; died 11 Jan., 
bur. at St. John's, Berkswell, co. 
Warwick, 16 Jan. 1866. ist wife. 



born 26 Oct., bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Nor- 
wich, 24 Nov. 1825; 
of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1847, M.A. 1850, 
Vicar of Maxstoke, 
Birmingham, since 
1869. 



Darby Coventry of Greenlands, co. 
Buckingham, J.P. and D.L., by 
Harriet Esten his wife ; marr. at 
St. Mary Abbots', Kensington, 
London, 30 April 1867. 2nd wife. 



I 
Eric Percy Coventry Back, bom 5 
Aug., bapt. at St. Matthias', Tor- 
quay, 14 Sept. 1870; Lieut. R.N. 



Maud Harriet Sinclair, born 29 Aug., bapt. 
at St. John's, Berkswell, 18 Sept. 1859 ; 
marr. at Maxstoke i Sept. 1885, Charles 
Taddy Hatfeild of H.irtsdown, Isle of 
Thanet (eldest son of Charles Taddy Hat- 
feild of Hartsdown, by Emma his wife, 
only child and heir of John Wreke of Wood- 
nesborough, CO. Kent); born 19 Dec. 1835, 
bapt. at Ham, co. Kent, 18 Jan. 1836; edu- 
cated at Winchester, formerly Captain King's 
Dragoon Guards, J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Kent, and J.P. for the Cinque Ports. 



A 



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Winifred Annie Stewart Moore, born 22 Jan., 
bapt. at St. John's, Berkswell, 10 Feb. 1861. 

Beatrice Mary Hatfeild, born i June, bapt. at St. 
John's, Berkswell, 22 June 1862 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 31 Jan. 1895, Rev. 
John Hugh Granville Randolph (son of Rev. 
Leveson Cyril Randolph, Vicar of St. Luke's, 
Lower Norwood, co. Surrey, by the Hon''''^ Anne 
his wife, sister of Evelyn, 6th Viscount Falmouth) ; 
born 28 Jan. 1866; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892, Vicar of Westbrook, co. 
Kent. =r 

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Rev. Hugh Cairns 
Back, born 20 August, bapt. 
at St. John's, Berkswell, 20 
September 1863; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1885, M.A. 1889, Vicar of 
Rostherne, co. Chester. 



Alexander=j=Maud Ellen, eldest dau. of Colonel Henry 
Charles Fletcher, J. P., C.M.G., of the Scots 
Guards, by the Lady Harriet his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Charles, 3rd Earl of Romney; born 
at Eaton Terrace, London, 15 Dec. 1865, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Chester Square, Lon- 
don, 27 Jan. 1866; marr. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, London, 21 July 1892. 



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Cecily Maud, born 1 7 Terence Hugh Back, born 

June, bapt. at St. 30 April 1895, and bapt. at 

Peter's, Haverland, St. Nicholas', Brandiston, co. 

CO. Norfolk, 23 July Norfolk. 
1893. 

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I 
Rev. Guy Seymour 
Back, born 27 Dec. 
1865, bapt. at St. 
John's, Berkswell, 
25 Jan. 1866 ; of 
Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1S87, M.A. 1S92, 
Curate of St. Mary's, 
Dover, co. Kent, 
since 1894. 



J 



0^ 



Mtii of Curates J^ottse, JtortDicf), 
to. Jloifolfe. 




Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Per saltire, argent and 
gules, a lion rampant guardant 
proper, on a chief wavy azure, a 
woolpack of the first between 
two bezants. 

Crest.^A griffin passant per 
pale wavy, gules and argent, 
collared or, wings elevated 
erminois, the dexter claw sup- 
porting a woolpack as in the 



Edward Back= 
of Lamas, near 
Hevingham, co. 
Norfolk, for- 
merly of Curat's 
House, Nor- 
wich (youngest 
son of Thomas 
Back of Curat's 
House, Nor- 
wich, CO. Nor- 
folk, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Curteis 
of Aylsham, co. 
Norfolk) ; born 
1 8 April, bapt. 
privately 24 
April 1785, 

baptism regis- 
tered at St. 
Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich; 
Alderman of 
Norwich ; died 
I May, bur. at 
Tunstead, co. 
Norfolk, 8 May 
1857. Adinon 
was granted 7 
August 1857, to 
Harriot Back, 
the relict. 



:Harriot,dau. of Robert Alcock Barker of Norwich, 
by Alice his wife, 3rd dau. of Thomas Quarles of 
Foulsham, co. Norfolk, by Martha his wife, dau. 




(tlMjixu^UM/ej 



of Nicholas and Alice Matlis of Snoring, co. Nor- 
folk ; born 10 February, bapt. privately 15 
February, and received into the church at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 5 March 1787 ; 
marr. at St. Benedict's, Norwich, 31 July 1815 ; 
died 17 January, bur. at Tunstead 25 January 
1871. Will dated 17 January 1S61, proved at 
Norwich 13 April 187 1, by Alice Back the dau,, 
and Philip Back, the son, the Exors. 



''^ua/ 



Signature to receipt dated 1S57. 




Edward Back, born 3 March, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 4 April 1819 ; 
died at Calcutta 3 April 1844, and bur. 
there. _ 

Harriot, born 23 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 6 August 1820; died, 
aged 24, 30 Octolier, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, 7 November 1844. 



I I 
Robert Back, born 20 October, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 6 November 1822; 
died at Eaton, co. Norfolk, 28 June, bur. at 
Tunstead 2 July 1887. 



Alice, born 17 February, bapt. privately 25 Feb- 
ruary 1823, baptism registered at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich ; died at Hasboro', co. 
Norfolk, 16 August, bur. at Tunstead 20 August 
1875- 



Back of Eaton, co.=pHannah, youngest dau. of Charles 



Norfolk, formerly of Curat's | Whaites of Witton Hall, co. Nor- 
House, Norwich, co. Norfolk ; ': folk, by Martha his wife, dau. of 
born IS June, bapt. at St. I John Tuthill of Southwood, co. Nor- 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 5 folk ; born at Witton 23 February, 
July 1824; Alderman of Nor- bapt. there 3 March 1822; marr. at 
wich, Sheriff 1879. Witton 7 June 1849. 



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Fanny, born 8 October, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 30 
October 1825. 



Charles Back, born 4 
May, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 25 
May 1827, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Nor- 
wich, 15 August 1827. 



I 
Fanny Harriot, born 13 January, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 25 
March 1856; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Great Yarmouth, 3 June 1878, Frederick 
Edwards of Great Yarmouth, co. Nor- 
folk, formerly of Norwich (2nd son of 
Edward Manning Edwards, by Maria 
Riches his wife) ; born 20 May, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Norwich, 17 June 1852. 



Philip Edward Back of=j=Ellen Race, 3rd and 



Curat's House, Norwich, 
and of Mancroft Towers, 
Oulton Broad, co. Suf- 
folk ; born 14 January, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Man- 
croft, Norwich, 7 June 
i860; educated at Mag- 
dalen School and College, 
Oxford; Major ist Nor- 
folk Volunteer Artillery. 



youngest dau. of William 
Shales of Bradwell, co. 
Suffolk, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Burton 
of Stalham, co. Norfolk) ; 
born I January, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Great Yar- 
mouth, 29 January i860 ; 
marr. there 4 October 



I I I I 
Philip Glandford Back, born at Curat's House 
21 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Nor- 
wich, 30 November 1882; educated at Elstree 
and Uppingham Schools. 



Dorothy, born 15 January, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 25 March 1885; died 13 
September, bur. at St. Andrew's, Eaton, co. Nor- 
folk, 15 September 1886. 



Phyllis Mary, born at Curat's House 13 June, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 24 July i886. 



Helen Ursula, born at Curat's House 31 March, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 2 May 



I I I I 
William Edward Back, born at Curat's 
House 29 September, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 23 October 1889. 



Nicholas Back, born at Curat's House 18 
September, bapt. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich, 29 October 1891. 



Thomas Quarles Back, born at Curat's 
House 23 September, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Mancroft, Norwich, 20 November 1892. 



Robert Jermy Back, born at Curat's House 
29 December 1897 ; died there 29 Jan- 
uary, bur. at St. Andrew's, Eaton, 2 
February 1898. 



I I 

George Back of Norwich, co. Norfolk ; 
born 17 August, bapt. privately 26 
August 1828, baptism registered at St. 
Peter's, Norwich ; died at Norwich 1 1 
September, bur. at Tunstead, co. Nor- 
folk, 15 September 1874. Adiiion 
was granted at Norwich 16 December 
1874, to Philip Back, the brother, one 
of the Exors. 

Lucy, born 4 January, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 19 January 
1830 ; died at Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, 7 February, bur. at Tunstead, 
CO. Norfolk, 14 February 1898. 



1 
Martha, born 28 November, bapt. privately 5 Decem- 
ber 1832, baptism registered at St. Peter's, Mancroft, 
Norwich; marr. at Tunstead 12 April i860. Rev. 
William Bowles (son of Rev. Henry Robert Bowles, 
Unitarian Minister at Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, by 
Elizabeth Marshall his wife); born at Great Yarmouth 
2 September 1819; of Corpus Christi College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1849, Rector of Hevingham, co. Norfolk; 
died at Hevingham 6 February, and bur. there 12 
February 1889. Adiiion was granted at Norwich 6 
May 1889, to Martha Bowles of Aylsham, co. Norfolk, 
the relict. =f= 



Ethel Mary, born 28 December 1S64, bapt. at St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, 30 March 1865; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, Eaton, co. Norfolk, 28 July 1887, Joseph Gibbons (3rd son of William 
Gibbons of St. John's Park, Upper Holloway, London, by Sarah Anne Eady his wife) ; born at 
St. John's Park 27 January 1861; of Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 18S4, M.A. 1895; 
Master at Dulwich College, co. Surrey. 



Am 



CO* CorntoalL 



Arms.^Argent, a chevron between three stags trippant sable. 
Crest. — A stag trippant sable. 



John Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose, co. CornwalU 
(son of Hugh Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Cornwall, High Sheriff 1770, by 
Ann his wife, dau. and heir of James Bishop of 
Lower Trekynninge, co. Cornwall) ; born 15 August, 
bapt. at Helston, co. Cornwall, 21 September 1750; 
educated at Winchester and Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 11 June 1768, aged 17; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Cornwall, M.P. for West Looe 1775-80, for 
Penryn 1780-84, and for Helston 1784-86, Recorder 
of Helston 1785 ; died at Penrose 21 February, bur. 
at Ludgvan, co. Cornwall, 29 P'ebruary 1832. M.L 
Will dated 18 January 1814, with three codicils dated 
respectively 27 May 18 19, 15 June 18 19, and 27 Oc- 
tober 1827, proved (P.C.C, 466 Tenterden) 14 July 
1832, by Rev. John Rogers and Rev. Hugh Rogers, 
the sons, the Exors. 




=Margaret, eldest dau. of Francis Basset 
of Tehidy, co. Cornwall, M.P. for Pen- 
rhyn, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Sir John St. 
Aubyn, Bart., of Clow- 
ance, co. Cornwall; sister 
of Francis Basset, who 
was raised to the Peerage 
17 June 1796, by the title Seal used by Mar- 
of Lord de Dunstanville, garet, eldest dau. 
and further created, 7 of Francis Basset 
November 1797, Lord °^J,^,'j/f^ 
Basset of Stratton, co. 
Cornwall ; born 3 1 Au- 
gust 1758; marr. at St. Breoke, co. Corn- 
wall, 30 September 1776; died at York 
House, Penzance, co. Cornwall, 5 May, 
bur. at Ludgvan 12 May 1842. M.L 



Arms. — Rogers 
paling Basset. 



I 
Margaret, born 
18 Aug., bapt. 
at Sithney, co. 
Cornwall, 1 5 
Sept. 1777 ; 
died 28 Nov., 
bur. at Ludg- 
van I Dec. 
1777- M.L 



born 




Rev. John Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose 

July, bapt. at Sithney 19 August 1778; 

educated at Eton and Trinity College, 

Oxford, matriculated 8 April 1797, aged 

18, B.A. 1801, M.A. 1810, Rector of 

Mawnan, co. Cornwall, 1S07-38, Canon 

of Exeter Cathedral 1S08, J. P. for co. 

Cornwall ; marr. 2ndly at Cadburj', co. 

Devon, 13 Dec. 1843, Grace, 2nd dau. of 

George Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, 

CO. Devon, by Harriet his wife, dau. of 

Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, co. 

Cornwall, who was born at Fursdon i 

Feb., and bapt. at Cadbury 13 Feb. 1801 ; 

died, aged 64, 24 Dec, and was bur. at 

Cadbury 29 Dec. 1861. Will dated 4 Dec. i860, proved 

at Exeter 24 Jan. 1862, by Rev. Edward Fursdon of Daw- 

lish, CO. Devon, the brother, one of the Exors. He died 

at Penrose i 2 June, and was bur. at Sithney 20 June 1856. 

M.L at Sithney and in Exeter Cathedral. Will dated 20 

Dec. 1855, proved (P.C.C, 716, 56) 9 Sept. 1856, by John 

Jope Rogers and Reginald Rogers, the sons, the Exors. 



Seal used by the 
Rev. John Rogers 
of Treassowe and 
Penrose. 

Arms. — Rogers 
impaling Jope. 



7=j=Mary, dau. of Rev. 
John Jope, M.A. of 
St. John's College, 
Cambridge, and 
Vicar of St. Cleer, 
CO. Cornwall, by 
Joanna his wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
Christopher Saltren 
of Treludick, co. 
Cornwall ; bapt. at 
St. Cleer 7 May 
1791 ; marr. there 
7 June 1814 ; died 
at Pisa, Italy, aged 
36, II March, bur. 
atLeghorn, Italv, 14 
March 1827. M.L 
at Leghorn and 
Mawnan. 



(For issue, see Pedigree of Rogers of 
Penrose, co. Cornwall, /age fjjj. 



I 

Margaret, born 1 1 
December 1779, 
oapt. privately at 
Penrose, co. Corn- 
wall, the next 
day, and received 
into the church at 
Sithney, co. Corn- 
wall, 4 January 
1 781; died 8 Feb- 
ruary 1864, and 
bur. at Heme 
Bay, CO. Kent. 
Will dated 26 July 
i844,proved(Prin. 
Reg., 128, 64) 22 
February 1864, by 
Frederick Rogers 
of Totnes, co. 
Devon, Captain 
R.N., the brother, 
thesurvivingExor. 



I 
Rev. Hugh Rogers, born= 
20 November 1780, bapt. 
at Sithney 4 January 1781 ; 
of Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1804, Vicar 
of Redruth, co. Cornwall, 
1803-16, Rector of Cam- 
borne, CO. Cornwall, 18 16- 
58 ; died at Camborne 
Rectory 10 July, bur. at 
Camborne 15 July 1858. 
M.I. Will dated 11 May 
1853, with two codicils 
dated respectively 8 May 
1855, and 24 September 
1855, proved at Bodmin 30 
July 1858, by Francis Rogers 
of Camborne, co. Cornwall, 
and Rev. Hugh St. Aubyn 
Rogers of Mawgan, co. 
Cornwall, the sons, the 
Exors. 



=Frances, dau. of Rev. 
Francis Jenkins, B.A. of 
ExeterCollege, Oxford, and 
Vicar of St. Clement's, co. 
Cornwall, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Buckland of Truro, co. 
Cornwall ; born in .Octo- 
ber 1790, and bapt. at St. 
Clements' i January 1791 ; 
marr. there 4 September 
1815 ; died 8 February, 
bur. at Camborne 12 Feb- 
ruary 1876. M.I. Will 
dated 27 February i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 269, 
76) 3 March 1876, by 
Francis Rogers of Ply- 
mouth, CO. 1 )evon, the son, 
the survivintr Exor. 



I 
Anne, born 24 
December 1781, 
bapt. privately at 
Penrose next day, 
received into the 
church at Sithney 
27 January 1782; 
died at The 
Priory, Bodmin, 
CO. Cornwall, 3 
January, bur. at 
Bodmin 10 Jan- 
uary 1843. 



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Francis Rogers, born at Redruth, co. Cornwall, 19 June 
1816; died s April, bur. in Plymouth Cemetery, co. 
Devon, 8 April 1885. Will dated 5 November 1877, 
with codicil dated 20 October i8Si, proved at Exeter 
23 April 1885, by Rev. Reginald Basset Rogers of 
Sancreed, co. Cornwall, the brother, one of the Exors. 



F^rances Anne, born 28 November, bapt. at Camborne, 
CO. Cornwall, 23 December 181 7. 



Cecilia Basset, born 7 April, bapt. at Camborne 7 May 
1819; marr. there 18 October 1S47, Rev. William 
Price Lewis, Curate of Llantrissant, co. Monmouth, who 
died at Rosewarne, co. Cornwall, aged 41, 20 March, 
and was bur. at Camborne 24 March 1853. She died 
at Bath 25 December, and was bur. in Bath Cemetery 
30 December 1868. Adiiion was granted at the Princi- 
pal Registry 15 January 1869, to Francis Rogers of 
Plymouth, co. Devon, the brother. 



Rev. Hugh St. Aubyn Rogers, born 14 May, bapt. at 
Camborne 21 June 1820; of E.\eter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 May 1838, aged 18, B.A. 1842; died 
at Penzance 18 November, bur. at Sancreed 23 Novem- 
ber 1891. Adiiion was granted at the Principal Registry . 
5 January 1892, to Rev. Reginald Basset Rogers, the 
brother, one of the next of kin. 



MM 

David Rogers, born 28 May, bapt. 
at Camborne 27 June 182 1 ; died at 
Truro 15 April, bur. at Camborne 20 
April 1844. 

Frederick John Rogers, born 4 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Camborne 17 February 
1823; died 1 6 March, bur. at Cam- 
borne 21 March 1844. 



Hender Rogers, born 21 July, bapt. 
at Camborne 22 August 1824; died 
1 9 September, bur. in Falmouth 
Cemetery, co. Cornwall, 24 Septem- 
ber i860. Admon was granted at 
Bodmin 16 October i860, to Francis 
Rogers of Camborne, co. Cornwall, 
the brother, one of the next of kin. 



Margaret Lucy, born 16 January, 
bapt. at Camborne 19 February 
1S26 ; died 13 March, bur. at Ludg- 
van, CO. Cornwall, 19 March 1875. 
AdiTion was granted at Bodmin 7 
April 1875, to Francis Rogers of 
Plymouth, co. Devon, the brother, 
one of the next of kin. 



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Barbara, born 5 September, bapt. privately 
at Penrose, co. Cornwall, 14 September 
1783, received into the church at Sithney, 
CO. Cornwall, 23 January 1785 ; died, aged 
55, 5 February, bur. at Ewell, co. Surrey, 14 
February 1839. 

Cecilia, born 25 October 1784, bapt. pri- 
vately at Penrose 23 January, received 
into the church at Sithney 8 September 
1785; marr. at Sithney 6 April 1807, 
Thomas Hartley of Hislington, co. York. 
She died 27 July, and was bur. at St. 
Gluvias, CO. Cornwall, i August 1824. 



Aurelia, born 19 December 1785, bapt. at 
Sithney 6 February 1787; died at York 
House, Penzance, 31 January, bur. at 
Ludgvan 6 February 1833. M.I. 



Mary, born 9 January, bapt. at Sithney 6 
February 1787 ; died at Trevarthian, co. 
Cornwall, 19 June, bur. at Ludgvan 24 
June 1859. M.I. Will dated 8 January, 
1835, proved at Bodmin 10 August 1859, 
by Frederick Rogers of Totnes, co. Devon, 
Captain R.N., the brother, the surviving 
Exor. 



MM 

Catharine, born 25 May, bapt. at Sithney 22 June 
1788; died at Trevarthian 31 October, bur. at 
Ludgvan 6 November i860. M.I. Will dated 
30 December 1837, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 July 1843 and 17 August 1859, 
proved at Bodmin 29 November i860, by 
Frederick Rogers of Totnes, co. Devon, Captain 
R.N., the brother, one of the surviving Exors. 



Francis Rogers, born 20 August 1789, bapt. at 
Sithney 30 April 1790; lost at sea in H.M.S. 
"St. George" 24 December 1811. 



Reginald Rogers, born 26 November 1790, bapt. 
privately at Penrose 7 June, received into the 
church at Sithney i July 1792; of the Madras 
Civil Service, Civil and Criminal Judge ; died at 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 23 December, bur. in 
Falmouth Cemetery 27 December 1855. 



Caroline, born 4 June, bapt. privately at Penrose 
7 June, received into the church at Sithney 
I July 1792 ; marr. at Sithney 31 October 1822, 
Rev. William Rawlings (son of Rev. William 
Rawlings, Vicar of Padstow, co. Cornwall, by 
Susanna his wife, dau. of Peter Salmon) ; born 
28 March, bapt. at Padstow 9 June 1790; of St. 
Edmund Hall, Oxford, matriculated 21 March 
1S09, aged 18, B.A. 18 13, Rector of Lansallos, 
CO. Cornwall. She was bur. at Lansallos 28 
August 1863. 



Mary Sophia, 
born 12 May, 
bapt. at Cam- 
borne 18 May 
1828. 



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Rev. Reginald Basset=j=Laura Augusta, youngest 
dau. of William Henry 
Stuart of Lennoxville, Que- 
bec, Canada, by Charlotte 
his wife, dau. of Rev. Wil- 
liam Hayne, Vicar of 
Plympton, co. Devon ; 
born at Barnston, Canada, 
andbapt.at Hatley,Canada; 
marr. at Dacre, co. Cumber- 
land, 28 December 1876. 



Rogers, born 12 March, 
bapt. at Camborne 7 
April 1830 ; of St. 
John's College, O.xford, 
matriculated 15 No- 
vember 1848, aged 18, 
B.A. 1852, Vicar of 
Sancreed, co. Cornwall, 
since 1879. 



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Ellinor, born 27 Jan., 
bapt. privately 12 March, 
and received into the 
church at Camborne 4 
June 1832. 

Charles W'illiam Rogers, 
born 30 Dec. 1835, bapt. 
at Camborne 17 Feb. 
1836; died 7 March, bur. 
at Camborne 11 March 



Hugh Stuart Rogers, born 5 April, 
bapt. at Preston, co. Rutland, 19 
May 1878; of Queen's College, O.x- 
ford, matriculated January 1897. 



I 
Francis St. Aubyn Rogers, born 
12 July, bapt. at Sancreed 10 
August 1879 ; educated at Wel- 
lington College. 



I 
Margaret Eyre, born 
16 September, bapt. 
at Sancreed 24 Octo- 
ber 1880. 



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Captain Frederick Rogers, R.N., born 7=f=Charlotte Grenfell Bridgeman, dau. and heir of Rev. 

March, bapt. at Sithney, co. Cornwall, " " " " " 

lo April 1794 ; died 31 December 1874, 
and bur. at Totnes, co. Devon. Will 
dated 11 June 186S, with two codicils 
dated 28 July 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 
165, 75) 10 February 1875, by Charlotte 
Grenfell Bridgeman Rogers of Totnes, 
CO. Devon, the relict, the sole Executri.x. 



Humphrey Willyams, B.A. of Exeter College, Oxford, 
and Vicar of Breage, co. Cornwall, by Mary his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Pascoe Grenfell of Marazion, co. Corn- 
wall, Consul for the States of Holland ; marr. at 
Breage 14 October 1823; died at Totnes 27 March 
1888, and bur. there. M.I. Will dated 5 August 
1887, with codicil dated 6 February 1888, proved at 
Exeter 28 April 1888, by Captain Henry Rogers, 
R.N., of Hartley, co. Devon, the nephew, and 
Reginald Nankivell Rogers of Falmouth, co. Corn- 
wall, the great nephew, the Exors. 



Frederick Willyams Rogers, Charlotte Mary Grenfell, 
died an infant. died at Madeira, aged 16, 

28 December 1842. 



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William Rogers, born 7 May 1795, bapt. at 
Sithney 17 January 1796; died 2 February, 
bur. in Falmouth Cemetery, co. Cornwall, 
8 February 1877. Will dated 31 May 1864, 
with codicil dated 26 July 1872, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 225, 77) 6 March 1877, by 
John Jope Rogers of Penrose, co. Cornwall, 
and Reginald Rogers of Carwinion, co. 
Cornwall, the nephews, the Exors. 



Lucy, born 14 January, bapt. at Sithney 19 
February 1797,; died at Trevarthian, co. 
Cornwall, i April, bur. at Ludgvan, co. 
Cornwall, 7 April 1875. ^^'H dated 14 July 
1864, with codicil dated 14 December 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 349, 75) 14 April 1875, 
by Reginald Rogers of Carwinion, co. Corn- 
wall, the nephew, one of the surviving Exors. 



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Eleanor, born 15 August 1798, bapt. at Sithney 
4 April 1799 ; died at Penrose 13 July 1828. 



Elizabeth, born 8 October, bapt. at Sithney 5 
November 1799; died at Trevarthian 15 June, 
bur. at Ludgvan 20 June 1882. Will dated 
7 May 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 654, 82) 9 
August 1882, by the Rev. Saltren Rogers of 
Gwennap Vicarage, co. Cornwall, the nephew, 
and Reginald Nankivell Rogers of Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, the great nephew, the Exors. 



Maria Theresa, born 8 August, bapt. at Sithney 
23 October 1801 ; died 24 October, bur. at 
Sithney 26 October 1801. 



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Reginald Basset Rogers, born 7 November, David Howell Rogers, born 9 July, bapt. at 
bapt. at Sancreed 11 December 1881. Sancreed 10 August 1884 ; died 9 October, bur. 
at Sancreed 13 October 1S84. 

William Hender Molesworth Rogers, born 4 

April, bapt. at Sancreed i May 1883. Lucretia Gwendoline Laura, born 26 September, 

bapt. at Sancreed 25 October 1885. 



/Z^a^-t^ft/;^ e>^^ 



i3« 



HElcgers of Penrose, to. Corntoall 



Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three stags trippant sable. 
Cresl.—.K stag trippant sable. 



Mary, dau. of Rev.= 
John Jope, M.A., 
of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
and Vicar of St. 
Cleer, co. Corn- 
wall, by Joanna 
his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Christo- 
pher Saltren of 
Treludick, co. 
Cornwall ; bapt. 
at St. Cleer 7 May 
1791 ; marr. there 
7 June 1814; died 
at Pisa, Italy, aged 
36, 1 1 March, bur. 
at Leghorn, Italy, 
14 March 1827. 
M.I. at Leghorn 
and at Mawnan, 
CO. Cornwall, ist 
wife. 




=Rev. John Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose, co. 
Cornwall (eldest son of John 
Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose, 
J. P. and D.L., M.P. for Helston, 
by Margaret his wife, eldest dau. of 
Francis Basset of Tehidy, co. Corn- 
wall, and sister of Francis, Lord de 
Dunstanville) ; born 17 July, bapt. 
at Sithney, co. Cornwall, 19 August 
1778 ; educated at Eton and 
Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 8 April 1797, aged 18, B.A. 
1 80 1, M.A. 1 810, Rector of Maw- 
nan 1807-38, Canon of Exeter 
Cathedral 1808, J. P. for co. Corn- 
wall ; died at Penrose 12 June, bur. at Sithney 
20 June 1856. M.I. at Sithney and in Exeter 
Cathedral. Will dated 20 December 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 716, 56) 9 
September 1856, by 
John Jope Rogers 
and Reginald Rogers, 
the sons, the Exors. 



Seal used by the 
Rev. John Rogers 
of Treassowe and 
Penrose. 

Arms. — Rogers 
impahng Jope. 



=Grace, 2nd dau. of 
George Sydenham 
Fursdon of Fursdon, 
CO. Devon, by Harriet 
his wife,dau. of Francis 
Rodd of Trebartha 
Hall, CO. Cornwall ; 
born at Fursdon i 
Feb., bapt. at Cad- 
bury, CO. Devon, 13 
Feb. 1801 ; marr. 
there 13 Dec. 1843 ; 
died, aged 64, 24 
Dec, bur. at Cadbury 
29 Dec. 1861. Will 
dated 4 Dec. i860, 
proved at Exeter 24 
Jan. 1862, by the Rev. 
Edward Fursdon of 
Dawlish, co. Devon, 
the brother, one of 
the Exors. 2nd wife. 



John Jope Rogers of Treassowe and Penrose; born 16 February, bapt. at= 
Mawnan 27 March 1816; educated at Shrewsbury and at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 November 1834, aged 18, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1841, 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1842, M.P. for Helston 1859-65, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Cornwall, and Chairman of Quarter Sessions; died 
at Penrose 24 April, bur. at Sithney 30 April 1S80. M.I. at Porthleven, co. 
Cornwall. Will dated 25 August i86g, with four codicils, dated respectively 
17 June 1872, 26 October 1874, 12 March 
1880, and 22 March 1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 536, 80) 29 June 1880, by John 
Peverell Rogers of Penrose, co. Cornwall, 
Captain R.A., the son, and Rev. William 
Rogers of Mawnan Rectory, co. Cornwall, 
the brother, the surviving Exors. 




=Maria, eldest 
dau. of William 
Hichens of The 
Grove, Camber- 
well, CO. Sur- 
rey ; born 15 
January 1822 ; 
married at St. 
George's, Cam- 
berwell, 3 Sep- 
tember 1844. 



John Peverell Rogers of Penrose ; born=j=Maria Adelaide, youngest dau. of the Chevalier 



7 November, bapt. at Camberwell Parish 
("hurch 9 December 1846; educated at 
Eton and Wellington College, formerly 
Captain R.A., J. P. for co. Cornwall. 



Giorgio Miloro, Italian Consul at Queenstown, co. 
Cork, by .Anne his wife, dau. of Alexander Macnab ; 
marr. at Queenstown Parish Church 3 February 1880. 



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John Lionel Rogers, born Adelaide Maude, Elsie Margaret, born Robert Peverell Rogers, 

II November, bapt. at born 15 March, 19 January, bapt. at born 6 July, bapt. at 

Stoke, Plymouth, 15 De- bapt. at Stoke 1 1 Porthleven 19 Feb- Porthleven 3 August 

cember 1880. April 1883. ruary 1889. 1892. 



Rev. William Rogers, born 13 June, bapt. at Mawnan, co.=Anna, 2nd dau. of Ralph Barnes 
Cornwall, 24 July 1817; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 1 of Bellair, Exeter, co. Devon, by 
lated 28 April 1836, aged 18, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1845, Rector I Augusta Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
of Mawnan 1842-89; died 28 December 1889, bur. at [the Ven''''= Archdeacon Andrew; 



Mawnan 2 January 1890. M.I. Will dated 31 October 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 302, 90) 18 March 1890, by 
Ralph Baron Rogers of Chelmsford, co. Essex, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



born 28 February, bapt. at Exeter 
Cathedral 18 June 1S17; marr. 
at Heavitree, co. Devon, 4 Octo- 
ber i860. 



Ralph Baron Rogers, born 6 February, bapt. at 
Mawnan 9 March 1862 ; educated at Eton and 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 22 October 
1880, aged 18, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887. 



Reginald Nankivell Rogers,=f=Mary Constance, 2nd dau. of Rev. George Hext, B.D., Fellow of 
born 9 March, bapt. at. | Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and Rector of Steeple Langford, 
CO. Wilts, by Elizabeth Furnis his wife, 2nd dau. of John 
Penberthy Magor of Penventon and Lamellen, co. Cornwall (see 
Moksworth St. Aubyn Pedigree, Vol. 4, page 2); born i May, 
bapt. at St. Veep, co. Cornwall, 7 June 1861 ; marr. at Steeple 
Langford 18 August 18S1. 



Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 27 
March 1854. 



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Reginald Rogers, Hugh Hext Rogers, Edward Ambrose Gordon Douglas Peverell Rogers, 

born 6 June, bapt. born 27 October, Rogers, born 19 December born 27 August, bapt. at 

at Mawnan 9 bapt. at Mawnan 11 1886, bapt. at Mawnan Mawnan 21 September 

July 1882. December 1883. 7 February 1887. 1888. 



Rev. Charles Fursdon= 
Rogers, born 19 June, 
bapt. at St. Giles', Cam- 
berwell, co. Surrey, 12 
July 1848; educated at 
Winchester and Trinity 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 1 2 October 
1867, aged 19, B.A. 
187 1, M.A. 1874, Vicar 
of St. Sithney, co. Corn- 
wall, since 1891. 



=Frances Fox, dau. of Rev. 
William \\'oodis Harvey, 
M.A,, Rector of Truro, co. 
Cornwall, and Prebendary 
of Exeter, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Fox 
of London ; born 13 No- 
vember 1849, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Truro, 15 January 
1850 ; marr. at Truro 
Cathedral 1 7 September 
1877. 



Margaret Hichens, born 9 August, bapt. 
at St. Giles', Camberwell, 29 August 1849; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Lon- 
don, 16 November 1878, Henry Dyke 
Acland of Great Malvern, co. Worcester 
(2nd son of Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke 
Acland, Bart., K.C.B., M.D., D.C.L., 
LL.D., F.R.S., by Sarah his wife, eldest 
dau. of William Cotton of Walwood, co. 
Essex, D.C.L., F.R.S.); born 14 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford, 2 
November 1850; educated at Rugby. 



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Mary Wilmot, born 27 August, 
bapt. at St. Aldatc's, Gloucester, 
29 September 1878. 



Muriel Margaret, born 21 Feb- 
ruary, l)apt. at St. Aldate's, 
Gloucester, 27 March 1880. 



I 
Charles Andrew Rogers, 
born 3 February, bapt. 
at St. Margaret's, Prest- 
wich, CO. Lancaster, 17 
March 1882; died 18 
September, buried at 
Lymm, co. Chester 19 
September 1885. 

134 



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Wood is Pascal Rogers, born 25 
March, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Prestwich, 10 July 18S3. 



Avis 
bapt. 



Maud, born 2 January, 
at Lymm 4 February 



Reginald Rogers of Carwinion, Mawnan, co. Cornwall; born 3i=pMary Frances, 2nd dau. of 



January, bapt. at Mawnan 15 April 1819; died 23 July, bur. at 
Mawnan 27 July 1S77. M.I. Will dated 9 October 1874, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 748, 77), 18 Sep- 
tember 1877, by Reginald 
Nankivell Rogers, the son, 

and Wilson Lloyd Fox, both ^ _ i_ ■ ■ 1 1 < rj 1 iiin _>j|_ 
of Falmouth, co. Cornwall, " ^^ ' — ^^^'^- 

two of the Exors. 



John Thomas Nankivell of 
Truro, co. Cornwall; born 
18 October, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Truro, 22 Decem- 
ber 1828; marr. at Truro 
5 April 1853. 



Augusta Mary, born 30 March, bapt. at Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 16 May 
1855 ; marr. at Mawnan 7 September 1876, Wilson Lloyd Fox of Carmino, 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall (son of Alfred Fox of Wodehouse Place, Falmouth, 
and of Glendurgan, co. Cornwall, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Samuel Lloyd of 
Farm, Birmingham, co. Warwick) ; born 27 January 1847, bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Bayswater, London, 21 June 1876. She died 9 October, and was 
bur. at Mawnan 14 October 1889. M.L He marr. 2ndly at St. Austell, 
CO. Cornwall, 19 April 1898, Constance Louisa Grace, 2nd dau. of Rev. 
Saltren Rogers of Tresleigh, St. Austell, Hon. Canon of Truro, by Julia Lucy 
his wife, dau. of Rev. Horatio ALinn, Rector of Mawgan, co. Cornwall; born 
23 December, bapt. at Gwennap, co. Cornwall, 29 December 1861. 

(See page 136.) 



Arthur Rogers, 
born 23 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Kenwyn 27 De- 
cember 1856. 



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Julia Beatrice, Rev. Gerard Saltren Rogers, born 21 March, ^ 

born 7 Novem- bapt. at Gwennap i May 1859; educated at 

ber, bapt. at Marlborough and Corpus Christi College, Ox- 

Gwennap 22 ford, matriculated 21 October 1878, aged 19, 

Nov. 1857. B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885, Curate of Branksome, j marr. at West Ashby, co. Lin- 
Bournemouth, CO. Hants, since 1885. | coin, 5 January i886 



Louisa Caroline, dau. of Rev. 
Hubert Kestell Cornish, Fellow 
of Exeter College, Oxford, and 
Vicar of Bakewell, co. Derby; 



Gladys Evelyn, born 
26 November 1886. 



Winifred Marion, born 
7 June 1S88. 



Murial "Vernon, born 
3 April 1894. 



Commander Reginald William Scott Rogers, 
R.N.; born 20 March, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, co. Surrey 14 April 185 1. 



Mary Ellen Oldfield, born 14 March, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 10 
April 1852 ; marr. at Porthleven, co. Corn- 
wall, 11 August 1874, John Cole of Tre- 
worgan, co. Cornwall (2nd son of John Cole 
Cole [formerly Dicker], by Catherina his wife, 
dau. of Richard Preston, K.C., M.P.) ; born 
10 October, bapt. at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 1 3 November 1 844 ; F'ellow 
of King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, 
M.A. 1870. =f= 

/k 

(See Cole Pedigree, Vol. i, page 12.) 



I 
Andrew Trevarthian Rogers, born 10 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Paddington, 7 April 1853 ; 
died 4 June, bur. at Shoreham, co. Kent, 8 
June 1880. M.I. at Wellington College, Sithney, 
Porthleven and Shoreham. 



Maria Maude, born 9 May, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Paddington, 8 June 1854 ; marr. at Falmouth S 
August 1883, Charles Hugh Everard (2nd son 
of Rev. Edward Browne Everard, Rector of 
Burnham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, by Sophia his 
wife, eldest dau. of William Coxhead ALirsh of 
Gaynes Park, Epping, co. Essex [see Chisenhak- 
Marsh Pedigree, Vol. 4, page d]); born 24 De- 
cember 1846, bapt. at Stanhoe, co. Norfolk, 31 
January 1847 ; Fellow of King's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. 



Mary, born 25 March, bapt. 
at Mawnan 30 May 182 1 ; 
died 9 November, bur. at 
Mawnan 13 November 1893. 
M.I. Will dated 14 October 
1893, proved at Bodmin 9 
December 1893, by Rev. 
Saltren Rogers, the brother, 
and Reginald Nankivell 
Rogers, the nephew, the 
Exors. 



Rev. Saltren Rogers of Tresleigh, St.= 
Austell, CO. Cornwall, born 8 April, 
bapt. at Mawnan 5 June 1823; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
6 May 1841, aged 18, B.A. 1845, M.A. 
1848, Vicar of Gwennap, co. Cornwall, 
1856-93, Rural Dean of Carnmarth 
1889-93, Hon. Canon of Truro since 
1878. 



Julia Lucy, dau. of Rev. 
Horatio Mann, Rector 
of Mawgan, co. Corn- 
wall, by Louisa his wife, 
dau. of Rev. Walter Tre- 
velyan. Vicar of Hen- 
bury, CO. Gloucester ; 
born at Sienna, Italy, 27 
Aug. 1826, bapt. there 
privately, and received 
into the church at Alaw- 
gan; marr. there 15 Dec. 
1856. 



Horace Trevelyan 
Rogers, born 4 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Gwen- 
nap 9 September 
i860; died 3 Sep- 
tember, bur. at 
Gorrackpur, India, 
5 September 1887. 



Constance Louisa Grace, born 23 
December, bapt. at Gwennap 29 
December 1861 ; marr., as his 2nd 
wife, at St. Austell, 19 April 1898, 
Wilson Lloyd Fox of Carmino, 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall (son of 
Alfred Fox of Wodehouse Place. 
Falmouth, and of Glendurgan, co, 
Cornwall, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Lloyd of Farm, Birming 
ham, CO. Warwick); born 27 January 
1847, bapt. at St. Matthew's, BayS' 
water, London, 21 June 1876. 

{Sec page 135.) 



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Edith Mary, born 21 September, 
bapt. at Gwennap 18 October 1863. 



Henry Cornwallis Rogers, born 9 
May, bapt. at Gwennap 4 June 
1865. _ 

Alice Trevelyan, born iS July, bapt. 
at Gwennap 25 August 1867. 



Harriet Ellinor, born 22 April, bapt. 
at Gwennap 12 May 1872. 



1 
Hugh Henry Rogers, born= 
20 January, bapt. privately 
22 January, and received 
into the church at Kenwyn 
14 April 1858; Captain in 
the Royal Artillery. 



Frances Denise, born 20 
December 1887, bapt. at St. 
Bartholomew's, Dover, co. 
Kent, 20 January 1888. 



=Fanny Rose, youngest dau. of 
James Gibbs, C.S.I., CLE., 
by Julia Shaw his wife ; 
born I May, bapt. at St. 
Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, 
30 May 1866 ; marr. at St. 
Judes', Kensington, London, 
2 March 1886. 



I 
Hugh Rogers, born 4 June, 
bapt. at St. Peters', St. 
Leonards-on-Sea, co. Sus- 
sex, 15 July 1890. 



I 
Charlotte Elizabeth, born 31 July, 
bapt. at Mawnan 28 August 1859; 
marr. there 4 March 1886, William 
Welsford Ward of Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, and of Bosloe, Mawnan (son 
of Charles Edward Ward of Bristol, 
CO. Gloucester, by Emily Margaret 
Clarke his wife, dau. of William 
Adams Welsford) ; born 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1854, and bapt. at Stapleton, 
CO. Gloucester; educated at Radley 
and Magdalen College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated I February 1873, aged 
19, B.A. 1876. =p 



Robert Henry Rogers, born 21 August, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Paddington, London, 
7 September 1855 ; died on s.s. "City of 
Agra," bur. at sea 28 November 1881. 
M.I. at Porthleven, co. Cornwall. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 19 
December 1882, to Maria Rogers of 
Falmouth, the mother and ne.xt of kin. 



Philip Powys Rogers, born 
9 June, bapt. at Porth- 
leven 16 July 1857 ; died 
at Saidpur, Bengal, 10 
August 1889, and was bur. 
there. M.I. at Porthleven. 



136 



Catherine Elizabeth, 
born 16 August, bapt. 
at Porthleven 15 Sep- 
tember 1858 ; died 
20 January, bur. at 
Porthleven 25 Jan- 
uary 1 866. M.I. 



Jane Mary, dau. of John Samuel Enys= 
of Enys, co. Cornwall, J. P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1824, by Catherine his 
wife, eldest dau. of Davies Gilbert 
of Tredrea, co. Cornwall, and East- 
bourne, co. Sussex ; born 21 February, 
bapt. at St. Gluvias, co. Cornwall, 8 
April 1835 ; marr. there 28 August 
i860; died at Hartley, Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 18 October, bur. in Plymouth 
Cemetery 22 October 1874. ist wife. 



Captain Henry Rogers,=F=Eugenia, dau. of Edward 
R.N., of Hartley, Ply- j ShortlandofLipson,co. Devon, 
by Eugenia his wife ; born at 
Crescent Place, Plymouth, 28 
June 1 8 5 1 , bapt. there 4 March 
1852 ; marr. at Mawnan 20 
September 1877. 2nd wife. 



mouth, CO. Devon ; 
born 24 December 
1824, bapt. at Maw- 
nan, CO. Cornwall, 2 
March 1825. 





Rev. Enys Henry Rogers, born 23 May, bapt. at=T=Sarah Louisa, only surviving child of George 
St. Gluvias II July 1 861 ; of Keble College, Ox- " " - "• ■ „ , ^ ,. 

ford, matriculated 14 October 1S79, ^ged 18, 
B.A. 1883, M.A. 1887, Curate of Battle, co. 
Sussex, i8q6. 



Duffus of Charlestown, South Carolina, 
U.S.A., by Lucy Tyler his wife; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 13 January 
1896. 



Charles Reginald Saltren Rogers, 
born 13 February, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Battle, 27 March 1897. 



William Frederick=j=Milicent Evelyn, younger dau. John Rogers, born=j=Madeline, dau. of 

of Edmund Backhouse of Tre- 8 February, bapt. James Payn of 43 

bah, CO. Cornwall, J. P., by at Mawnan 13 Warrington Crescent, 

Juliet Mary his wife, only dau. March 1864. London ; marr. at 

of Charles Fox of Trebah, co. St. Saviour's, Pad- 

Cornwall; marr. at St. Michael's, dington, London, 10 

Mawnan, 19 November 1896. November 1896. 



Charles Rogers, 
born 30 April, 
bapt. at Mawnan 
9 June 1861. 



Juliet Evelyn Mary, 
born 6 June 1898. 



John Percival Rogers, 
born 1 1 December 1897. 



Frederick Evelyn Rogers, born 31 December=j=Sibyl, dau. of Rev. Morton Shaw, Rector of 
i860, bapt. at Porthleven, co. Cornwall, 25 Jan- Rougham, to. Suffolk, by Clara his wife, dau. 
uary 1 861; educated at Eton and Trinity College, of F. F. Findon ; born 25 March 1857, and 
Oxford, matriculated 17 January 1880, aged 19, bapt. at Prestbury, co. Gloucester; marr. at 
B.A. 1883, M.A. 1 886. Rougham i August 1888. 



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Mary Elisabeth, born at Hamilton House, Lans- Philip Morton Rogers, born at Hamilton 

downe, Bath, co. Somerset, 11 March, bapt. at House, Lansdowne, Bath, 15 February, bapt. 

Charlcombe, co. Somerset, 8 April 1891. at Charlcombe 11 March 1896. 



Francis Basset Rogers, born 7 July, bapt. at 
Porthleven, co. Cornwall, 7 August 1S62 ; 
educated at Winchester and Magdalen Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1881, 
aged 19, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889. 



Walter Rogers, born 17 April, bapt. at Porth- 
leven 17 May 1864 ; educated at Clifton and 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1883, aged 19, B.A. 1SS9, U.A. 
1891. 



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Hester Marian, born 27 November 18S0, bapt. 
at Emmanuel Church, Compton Gifford, co. 
Devon, 5 February 1881. 



Edward Rogers, born 11 July, bapt. at Em- 
manuel Church, Compton Gifford, 21 August 



Charlotte, born 21 April, bapt. at Emmanuel 
Church, Compton Gifford, 21 May 1884. 



IN 

Dorothy Eugenia, born 27 January, bapt. at 
Emmanuel Church, Compton Gifford, 11 April 
1890. _ 

Frederick William Rogers, born 4 April, bapt. 
privately at Hartley, Plymouth, co. Devon, 22 
April 1892. 

Henry Peverell Rogers, born 12 October, bapt. 
at Emmanuel Church, Compton Gifford, 17 
November 1896. 



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Charles Gilbert Rogers, born 17 October, 

bapt. at St. Gluvias 30 November 1S64; 

entered the Indian Woods and Forest 

Service 1887. 

Ernest Rogers, born lo November, bapt. 
at St. Gluvias 24 December 1865; of 
New College, O.xford, matriculated 10 
October 1884, aged 18, B.A. 18S7, entered 
the Indian Civil Service 1S84. 



Claude Somerset Rogers, born 6 January, 
bapt. at Charles, co. Devon, 17 February 
1867 ; of the Burmah Woods and Forest 
Service 



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Leonard Rogers, born 18 January, bapt. at Charles 
25 February t868; entered the Indian Medical 
Service 1895, M.D. Lond., F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. 

Rev. Kenneth St. Aubyn Rogers, born 7 March, 
bapt. at Charles 20 April 1869 ; of Wadham Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 1888, aged 
19, B.A., 1892, Curate of Melton Mowbray, co. 
Leicester. 

Catherine Mary, born 9 August, bapt. at Emmanuel 
Church, Compton Gifford, co. Devon, 20 Septem- 
ber 1870. _ 

John Davis Rogers, born 7 August, bapt. at 
Emmanuel Church, Compton Gifford, 4 Septem- 
ber 1872 ; Lieutenant R.N. 



Agnes Denise, born 31 October, 
bapt. at Mawnan 17 December 
1865 ; marr. there 30 November 
1892, Francis Wilson Fox (eldest 
son of Francis Edward Fox of Up- 
lands, Plymouth, J. P., F.R.G.S., 
County Councillor for co. Devon); 
born 20 December i860. 



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Frances Jane, born 27 December 1867, bapt. at Mawnan 
I March 1868. _ 

Cecilia Hart, born 21 September 1870, bapt. at Mawnai. 
10 January 1871; marr. there 10 August 1898, George 
Croker Fox (eldest son of George Croker Fox of Pennance, 
CO. Cornwall, J. P., by Ada Mary his wife, dau. of Captain 
Baldwin Arden Wake, R.N.); born 28 October 1871. 





Fac-simile of Seal in the possession of 
Jolin Peverell Rogers of Penrose. Arms: 
Rogers impaling Julyan. 



jHastcr of ^otirton (S^range, to. ^omtxm. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, a fess embattled between three 
griffins' heads, erased or. 

Crest. — Out of a mural crown or, an 
unicorn's head argent, crined and arm 
gules. 

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



Rev. Streynsham Master (eldest= 
son of Rev. Robert Master, D.D., 
Rector of Crpston, co. Lancaster, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Whalley of Black- 
burn, CO. Lancaster) ; born at 
Croston lo June, and bapt. there 
privately 14 June 1766, baptism 
registered at Croston Church ; 
educated at Manchester School, 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 May 1784, aged 
17, B.A. 17S8, M.A. 1791, Rector 
and Patron of Croston 1798- 
1864; sometime Chaplain to 
Viscount Torrington ; died, aged 
97, 18 January, bur. at Croston 
23 January 1864. Monumental 
inscription and memorial window 
in Croston Church. Portrait by 
W. Frederick at Bourton Grange. 
Admon was granted at Lancaster 
10 March 1864, to Rev. Robert 
Mosley Master of Croston, co. 
Lancaster, the son. 



■Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
John Parker Mosley, 
Kart., of Ancoats, co. 
Lancaster, and of Rol- 
leston Hall, co. Staf- 
ford, Lord of the 
Manor of Manchester, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of James Bayley 
of Withington, co. 
Lancaster ; born in 
1770 ; marr. at Rol- 
leston 26 August 1 790 ; 
died at Croston Rec- 
tory, aged' 82, 7 
March, bur. at Cros- 
ton 12 March 18 ^v 
M.L Portrait by Tv. 
Frederick at Croston 
Rector}'. 



\JW^hy?2>^Q>^^ ^a^^;;^^ 






Elizabeth Ann, born Ven'''« Robert Mosley Master, born 12= 
27 July, bapt. at February, bapt. at Croston 4 March 1794; 
Croston 5 August educated at Eton and Balliol College, 0.x- 
1791 ; died 19 De- ford, matriculated 2 December 181 1, aged 
cember, bur. at 17, B.A. 18x5, M.A. 1818, Incumbent of 
Croston 24 Decern- Burnley, co. Lancaster 1826-55, Chaplain 
ber 1862. to the Earl of Derby 1827, and to Lord 
Carrington 1830, Hon. Canon of Man- 
chester 1850, Archdeacon of Manchester 
Streynsham Master, 1854, Incumbent of St. James', Leyland, 
born 8 December co. Lancaster, 1855-64, Rector and 

1792, bapt. at Cros- Patron of Croston 1864-67; died at 
ton 4 January 1793; Blackpool, co. Lancaster, i July, bur. at 
died 3 March, bur. Croston 5 July 1867. Monumental in- 
at Croston 7 March scription and memorial windows in 

1793. Croston, Burnley, and St. James', Ley- 
land, Churches. Portrait by Jones at 
Bourton Grange. Will dated 26 June 1867, 
proved at Lancaster 30 July 1867, by Rev. 
George Streynsham Master of West Dean, 
CO. Wilts, and Rev. Oswald Master of 
Croston, CO. Lancaster, the sous, the Exors. 



=Frances Mary, eldest dau. of 
George Smith of Selsdon Park, 
CO. Surrey, M.P. for Midhurst 
(brother of Robert, ist Lord 
Carrington) by Frances Mary 
his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Parker Mosley, Bart., of An- 
coats, CO. Lancaster, and of 
Rolleston Hall, co. Stafford, 
Lord of the Manor of Man- 
chester; born 27 November 
1798 ; marr. at St. Marylebone, 
London, 20 April 1822 ; died 
at Blackpool 11 August, bur. 
at Croston 15 August 1867. 
Monumental inscription and 
memorial window in Croston 
Church. Will dated 31 July 
1867, proved at Lancaster 3 
September 1867, by Rev. 
George Streynsham Master of 
West Dean, co. Wilts, the son, 
the sole Exor. 



John Master, born 9 July, bapt. 
at Croston, co. Lancaster, 11 July 
179s ; educated at Haileybury 
College, entered the Hon''''= East 
India Co.'s Service 181 3, Com- 
missioner of Revenue and Circuit 
and Judge of the Court of Sudder 
Devvany Adawlut, India, J. P. for 
CO. Lancaster; died 20 November, 
bur. at Croston 26 November 
1856. Memorial window in 
Croston Church. Will dated 26 
January 1854, proved (P.C.C, 
48, 57) 28 January 1857, by Rev. 
Robert Mosley Master and Rev. 
James Streynsham Master, the 
brothers, the Exors. 



I 
Frances Mary, born 25 April, bapt. at Croston 17 May 
1797; marr. at Croston 26 June 1817, Joseph Feilden of 
Witton Park, co. Lancaster (eldest son of Henry Feilden 
of Witton Park, by Fanny his wife, dau. of William Hill of 
Blythe Hall, co. Lancaster); born 28 February 1792, 
Captain ist Royal Lancashire Militia 1812-16, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lancaster, High Sheriff i8i8, M.P. for 
Blackburn ; died 29 August 1870, and bur. at Witton. 
Will dated 30 November 1869, proved at Lancaster 
5 November 1870, by Frances Mary Feilden of Witton 
Park, CO. Lancaster, the relict, Rev. William Leyland 
Feilden of Knowsley, co. Lancaster, the son, Ralph 
Assheton of Downham Hall, co. Lancaster, and Robert 
Feilden of Dulas Court, co. Hereford, the Exors. She 
died 6 May, and was bur. at Witton 11 May 1883. 
Memorial window in Croston Church. 

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(See Little Pedigree, Vol. /, page 86). 



Fanny Penelope, born at Chorley, co. 
Lancaster, 11 November 1829, and 
bapt. there the same day; marr. at 
Chorley 6 October 1852, Joseph Leigh 
of Belmont, co. Chester (eldest son of 
James Heath Leigh of Belmont and 
Grappenhall Lodge, co. Chester, J. P. 
and D.L., by Frances his wife, 3rd dau. 
of Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart., of Rolles- 
ton Hall, CO. Stafford) ; born 7 May 
1830 ; Major Cheshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry, J. P. for co. Chester; died 22 
July 1869, and bur. at Great Bud- 
worth, CO. Chester. Will dated 24 
February 1869, proved at Chester 13 
December 1869, by Frances Leigh of 
Belmont, co. Chester, the brother, one 
of the Exors. 



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Eliza Anne, born 6 
March, bapt. at Chorley 
8 April 1833 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, 18 Au- 
gust 1885, Rev. William 
Griffith of Middlewood 
House, Hardwick, Hay, 
CO. Radnor, Vicar of 
Llanddewy - Fach, co. 
Radnor, since i88o. 
She died 4 September 
1896, and was bur. at 
Chorley. 



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Streynsham Mosley Master, 
born 22 June, bapt. at 
Chorley 5 July 1834; edu- 
cated at Harrow and Balliol 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 24 March 1852, aged 
17, B.A. 1856, M.A. i860, 
Assistant Master King's 
College School 1859; died 
at Echuca, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia, II January 1890. 



Caroline Augusta, born 3 
August, bapt. at Chorley 
S September 1836. 



I 
Rev. George Streynsham Master of Bourton= 
Grange, Flax Bourton, co. Somerset ; born 
19 March, bapt. at Croston 20 April 1823; 
educated at Eton and Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 June 1841, aged 18, 
B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848, Rector of West Dean, 
CO. Wilts, 1865-85. Portraits by Eddis and 
R. S. Lovell at Bourton Grange. 



=Harriet Susannah Ann, eldest dau. of Rev. 
Thomas Hunt, Rector of West Felton, co. 
Salop, by Jane his wife, dau. of William Hard- 
ing ; marr. at West Felton 4 May 1848; died 
14 April 1893, and bur. at Flax Bourton. 
Monumental inscription and memorial window 
at Croston Church. Portrait by R. S. Lovell at 
Bourton Grange. 



\ 

Rev. James Streynsham Master, born i January, bapt. at Croston, co.=i=Alice, 5th dau. and 
Lancaster, i February 1799; educated at Manchester School and BalHol coheir of Samuel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 March 1817, aged 18, Scholar 1817-23, j Horrocks of Lark 
B.A. 1820, M.A. 1823, Rector and Patron of Chorley, co. Lancaster, j Hill House, Pres- 
1846-78, Rural Dean of Leyland 1848, Hon. Canon of Manchester 1854; 1 ton, co. Lancaster, 
died at Chorley, aged 80, 31 December 1878, bur. there 6 January ' M.P. for Preston, 
1879. M.L Will dated 20 September 1878, with codicil dated 28 No- ' by Alice his wife, 
vember 1878, proved at Lancaster 11 January 1879, by Rev. Alfred Birley dau. of Christopher 
of Bolton-le-Sands, co. Lancaster, and Henry Alison of Park Hall, co. Duckworth of Edge- 
Lancaster, the Exors. worth, co. Lancas- 
ter; marr. at Preston 
19 May 1825; died 
13 November, bur. 
at Chorley 16 No- 
vember 1 88 s. 




^^^^ 



I 
Rev. Gilbert Coventry Master,= 
born 3 July, bapt. at Croston 
4 October 1839; educated at 
Rugby and Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 May 
1858, aged 19, B.A. 1862, 
M.A. 1865, Vicar of Thurnham, 
CO. Kent, 1880-88, Patron of 
Eaglescliffe, co. Durham, for- 
merly Patron of Chorley. 



^Frances Annie Mary, only 
dau. of Benjamin K. 
McDermott, Captain 8th 
(King's) Regiment ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, 9 June 
1869; died 13 July, bur. 
at Tilmanstone, co. Kent, 
18 July 1894. 



I 
Alice Frances, born 21 July, bapt. at Chorley 4 
October 1870; marr. at Hove, co. Sussex, 29 
July 1891, Frederick Henry Haviland (youngest 
son of Rev. John Haviland, M.A., of Ditton 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, by Harriet Doria his wife, 
dau. of Nicholas, Marchese di Spineto). 
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Mary Alicia, born 12 January, 
bapt. at Chorley 25 February 
1842 ; marr. at All Souls', Lang- 
ham Place, London, 3 April 186 1, 
Rev. Alfred Birley of Ribblehurst, 
Lytham, co. Lancaster (7th son 
of Joseph Birley of Ford Bank, 
CO. Lancaster, D.L., by Jane his 
wife, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Hornby of Kirkham, co. Lancas- 
ter, born 18 May, bapt. at Dids- 
bury, CO. Lancaster, 10 October 
1832 ; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 30 November 1850, 
aged iS, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1857, 
Vicar of Bolton-le-Sands 1874-90. 
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Frances Mary, Robert Edward Master of Hillingdon Furze,= 

born 7 Septem- co. Middlesex; born 15 June, bapt. at 

her, and bapt. Croston 10 September 1826; educated at 

at Lathom, co. Haileybury College, entered the Hon'>'= 

Lancaster, 30 East India Co.'s Service 1845, Magistrate 

December 1824. of Rajahmundry, Madras, India, Director of 

Revenue Settlement 1862-70, retired 1872, 

J. P. for CO. Middlesex. Portrait by Middktoji 

at Bourton Grange. 



=Florenlia Sale, dau. of Colonel 
John Wynch, R. A., by Eleanora 
Juliana his wife, dau. of Pere- 
grine Davie of the Hon'''= East 
India Co.'s Service ; born at 
Kamptee, India, 8 December 
1843, bapt. there 28 February 
1844; marr. at St. James', Pic- 
cadilly, London, 18 June 1874. 



Eleanor Frances, born 19 March, bapt. 
at St. John's, Paddington, London, 21 
April 1875. 



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Margaret Penelope, born ii August, 
bapt. at Croston, co. Lancaster, 31 
August 1800; died 3 July, bur. at 
Croston 9 July 1879. Will dated i 
r'ebruary 1S79, proved at Lancaster 14 
July 1879, by Rev. George Streynsham 
Master of West Dean, co. Wilts, and 
Robert Edward Master of Bowles, 
Chigwell Row, co. Essex, the nephews, 
two of the Exors. 

Oswald Master, born 2 November, 
bapt. at Croston 25 November 1802; 
educated at Manchester School, where 
he was accidentally drowned, bur. at 
Croston 19 May 1819. 



I 
Edward Legh Master= 
of Barnstaple, co. 
Devon; born 22 De- 
cember 1803, bapt. 
at Croston 2 January 
1804 ; Registrar of 
the Supreme Court of 
Gibraltar 1844; died 
at Barnstaple 29 June, 
bur. there 2 July 
1873. AdfSon was 
granted at Exeter i 
August 1873, to Caro- 
line Elizabeth Master 
of Barnstaple, co. 
Devon, the relict. 



Caroline Elizabeth, dau. of the 
Ven'''"= Edward John Burrow, 
D.D., Archdeacon of Gibraltar, 
F.R.S., by Emma Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Richard Allen ; 
born 7 December 1818; marr. 
at Gibraltar 21 May 1852 ; 
died 31 January, bur. in Ryde 
Cemetery, Isle of Wight, 3 
February 1891. M.L Adinon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 23 March 1891, to 
Alice Mary Rundle of Cocking- 
ton Vicarage, co. Devon, the 
dau., one of the next of kin. 



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Alice Mary, born 2 October, bapt. at Gibral- Augusta Emma, 
tar 10 November 1853 ; marr. at St. James'- born i7February, 
the-less, Plymouth, co. Devon, 26 October bapt. at Gibraltar 
1880, Rev. Thomas Sole Rundle (only son 21 April 1855 ; 
of Thomas Rundle of Devonport, co. died 12 October, 
Devon, by Mary his wife, dau. of John bur. at Gibraltar 
Sole); born 15 May, bapt. at Devonport 13 October 1859. 
23 June 1847 ; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 February 1870, aged 23, 
B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876, Vicar of Culmstock, 
CO. Devon, since 1895. 



I 
Frances Sophia, born 29 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Gibraltar 31 
October 1857 ; marr. at Plymp- 
ton St. Maurice, co. Devon, 3 
May 1884, James Douglas Pal- 
frey (son of James Palfrey of 
Timberscombe, co. Somerset, 
by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of 
William Langdon). She died 
24 February 1892, and was 
bur. at Southsea, co. Hants. 



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Rev. Oswald Master of St.= 
Arvan's Court, Chepstow, 
CO. Monmouth ; born 6 
April, bapt. at Burnley, co. 
Lancaster, 28 May 1828 ; 
educated at Repton and 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 2 March 
1846, aged 17, Scholar 
1847-50, B.A. 1849, M.A. 
1852, Rector of Croston 
J 867-94. 



=Alice Elizabeth, dau. of Captain 
William Bayley Mosley of the 
loth Bengal Cavalry, by Maria 
Sarah his wife, 2nd dau. of Samuel 
Lowe of Whitchurch, co. Salop ; 
born 10 January, bapt. at Weston- 
undcr-Lyziard, co. Stafford, 22 
March 1849; marr. at Lough- 
borough, CO. Leicester, 13 April 
1871. 



Georgiana Penelope Hannah, 
born 8 October 1S29, bapt. at 
Burnley 3 May 1830; died 27 
July, bur. at Croston i August 
1892. Will dated 27 April 
1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 1013, 
92) 4 October 1892, by Ro- 
bert Edward Master and John 
Henry Master, the brothers, 
the Exors. 



Gertrude Ada, born 22 
July, bapt. at Croston 2 
October 1866 ; died at 
Calicut, India, s April 1 867. 
Brass to her memory in 
Croston Church. 



I 
Mabel Louisa, born 31 May 1872, bapt. at Bellary, India, 26 June 
1872 ; marr. at Petersham, co. Surrey, 26 April 1893, Captain 
Thomas Charles Hunt (2nd son of Rev. Thomas Henry Hunt, 
M.A., of Ruyton Park, co. Salop, by Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
Alexander West Hamilton of Pinmore, co. Ayr); born 27 July 
1861 ; Captain King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, A.D.C. to 
the Governor of Bombay 1884-85. =?= 

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Gilbert William Master, born i6 January, 
bapt. at Croston 9 February 1807 ; Captain 
4th Bengal Lancers; died at Mussoorie, India, 
20 April 1848, bur. at Landour, India, where 
there is a tablet to his memory, and another 
in Croston Church. 



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Augusta, born 13 April, bapt. at Croston 24 
April 1808; died 13 February, bur. at Croston 
18 February 1892. Will dated 17 November 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 334, 92) 17 March 
1892, by Robert Edward Master, the nephew, 
the Exor. 



John Henry Master of Montrose House, Petersham, 
Richmond, co. Surrey; born 21 July, bapt. at 
Crosby, co. Lancaster, 30 October 1831 ; educated 
at Rossall School and Haileybury College, entered 
the Honbk East India Co.'s Service in 1852, Acting 
Judge of Berharapore 1868, Collector and Magistrate 
of Bellary 1873, retired 30 April 1880, J. P. for co. 
Surrey. Portrait by Middleton at Bourton Grange 



=Gertrude Emma, dau. of Alfred William 
Begbie of the Bengal Civil Service, of 
Tunbndge Wells, co. Kent, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Isaac \Vatt of Logic, co. 
Clackmannan; born 7 February 1842, 
and bapt. at Meerut, India ; marr. at St! 
James', Tunbridge Wells, 12 October 
1865. 



Mildred Estelle Sybella, born at Bellary 
12 April, bapt. there 14 June 1876; 
marr. at Petersham 27 September 1898, 
Ralph Cockayne Assheton (eldest son 
of Ralph Assheton of Downham Hall 
and Cuerdale, co. Lancaster, J.P., by 
Emily Augusta his wife, 4th dau. of 
Joseph Feilden of Witton Park, co. 
Lancaster) ; born at Downham 13 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Leonard's, Down- 
ham, 4 November i860; educated at 
Eton and Jesus College, Cambridge, 
J. P. and County Councillor for co. 
Lancaster, and J.P. for West Riding 
of CO. York. 

{See Assheton Pedigree, 
Vol. I, page 71). 



Winifred Maude, born 19 June, bapt. Hilda Violet, 
at Croston i September 1878 ; marr. born 6 Feb- 
at Petersham 14 June i8g8. Rev. ruary, bapt. at 
William Orme Assheton (3rd son of Petersham 11 
Ralph Assheton of Downham Hall and March 1880 
Cuerdale, J. P., by Emily Augusta his 
wife, 4th dau. of Joseph Feilden of 
Witton Park); born at Downham 16 
February, bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Downham, 15 April 1866 ; educated 
at Eton and Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894, Rector 
of Bilton, CO. Warwick, since 1895. 

{See Assheton Pedigree, 
Vol. I, page 72.) 



Frances Emma, born at Guntoor, 
Southern India, 24 December 
1858; marr. at Fort St. George, 
Madras, 7 April 1S85, Rev. Henry 
Delpratt Goldsmith of the Church 
Mission House, Egmore, Madras 
(son of Malcolm Goldsmith of 
the Admiralty, by Marianne his 
wife, dau. of Philip Moysey 
Little); born 7 June 1854; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1876, M.A. 1S87, Acting Secretary 
C.M.S. Madras 1895. 



Charles Onslow Master, born=i=Wilhelmina, 2nd dau. of Peter 



at Madras 4 June i860, 

educated at Clifton ; of the 

Forest Department, South 
Africa, since 1S95. 



Francis Franken ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Burghersdorf, 
South Africa, 15 May 1893. 



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George Gilbert Master, born Charles Francis Master, born 
at Burghersdorf 16 February, at Knyvna, South Africa ■>\ 
bapt. there 25 April 1894. April, bapt. there 3 July 

1897. 



! 

Charles Gilbert Master of 25= 
Oxford Square, London ; born 
8 November 1833, bapt. at 
Sanderstead, co. Surrey, 20 
June 1836; educated at Ros- 
sall School and Haileybury 
College ; entered the Hon'''' 
East India Co.'s Service 1854, 
Collector and Magistrate of 
various districts in the Madras 
Presidency, Chief Secretary to 
the Government of Madras 
1882, Member of Council 1884, 
C.S I. 1887, retired 1889. Por- 
trait by Aliddkton at Bourton 
Grange. 



=Emma Caroline, eldest 
dau. of Thomas Onslow 
of the Madras Civil 
Service, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Charles 
Roberts of the Madras 
Civil Service ; born at 
Chittoor 31 October 
1837, and bapt. there; 
niarr. at Guntoor 25 
November 1857. 



I 
Rev. Alfred Master- Whitaker of the 
Holme, Burnley, CO. Lancaster; born 
8 September 1835, bapt. at Sander- 
stead, 20 June 1836; educated at 
Rossall and University College, 
Durham, B.A. 1858, M.A. i860, 
Vicar of Holme since 1896, Patron 
of Croston ; in 1889 he assumed, by 
Royal Licence, the additional name 
of Whitaker; marr. at Holme 25 
August 1SS7, Mary Charlotte, only 
dau. and heir of Thomas Hordern 
Whitaker of Holme, F.S.A., J. P. 
and D.L., by Margaret Nowell, his 
2nd wife, youngest dau. of Rev. John 
Robinson of Netherside, Craven, co. 
York. 



Streynsham Robert Master, 
born at Madras 14 Novem- 



Arthur Gilbert Master, born 
6 June 1867 ; educated at 



ber 1861 ; educated at Clifton College and at 



Charterhouse School ; Lieu- 
tenant East Surrey Regiment, 
afterwards of the 2nd Bat- 
talion of ist Gurkhas, and 



Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 1 October 
1886, aged 19, B.A. 1889, 
Lieutenant West India Regi 



later in the Burma Military ment 1891, and afterwards 

Police ; killed in action Captain in the Army Service 

against the Kachins at Sima, Corps ; marr. at Fulford, 

Upper Burma, 6 February co. York, 7 October 1897, 

1893, and bur. at Rangoon. Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 

Memorial Brass in Croston Hotham Newton of Fulford 



Church. 

Thomas Mosley Master, born 
at Ootacamund, India, 24 
May 1865. 



Park, CO. York, by Isabella 
his wife, dau. of James 
Young of South Shields, co. 
Durham ; born 9 Septem- 
ber 1872. =f= 
I 

I 
A daughter, born at 13 Malvern 
Road, Southsea, co. Hants, 5 
October 1898. 



INI 

Alfred Edmund Master, born 9 
January 1869, educated at Clifton 
College and at Caius College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1890, M.B. 1893, 
M.A. 1897, Captain Royal Army 
Medical Corps 1897. 

Oswald Ernest Master, born at 
Nellore, Southern India, 7 October 
1870; died at Berhampore 18 De- 
cember 187 1. 

Elizabeth Octavia, born at Chetter- 
pore, Southern India, 21 July 1873. 

Emily Florence, born at Ealing 10 
April 1876. 

Harold Onslow Master, born at 
Ootacamund 10 March 1880; of 
the Royal Naval Reserve 29 June 
1898. 



I I 
Emily, born 3 November 
1837, bapt. at Burnley 17 
October 1S38. 

Edmund Mosley Master, 
born 25 September, bapt. 
at Burnley 21 October 
1839; died 18 May, bur. 
at Croston 22 May 1840. 



Augusta Sybella, born 18 May, bapt. at Burnley 15 September 
1842 ; marr. at Croston 20 April 1865, Colonel Montague Poyntz 
Ricketts (son of Colonel George Poyntz Ricketts of the Bengal 
Cavalry) ; of the Bengal Staff Corps, Assistant Commissioner 
of the Central Province, retired 8 April 1890; served in Indian 
Mutiny 1857-58, at Seige of Azimghur, mentioned in despatches 
(medal). 






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fr^z/y/j/za///, /mj/{, 



Facsimile of a Portrait (by Charles Lees, R.S.A.) 
of the Rev. Edward Craig, M.A., frotn the original in 
the possession of his grandson, the Rev. William Alban 
Cunningham Craig. 



Craig, formerly of Bebell €nti, to. Hertfort 

Arms. — Ermine, on a fess sable three crescents argent. 

Crest. — A chevalier on horseback, his broken spear in bend, all proper. 

Afotlo.~\i\e Deo et vives. 



Isabella, 2nd dau. of=Rev. Edward Craig of Revell End, co. Hertford=Amelia Gould, only 



Stephen Cattley of (2nd son of William Marshall Craig of 88 Charlotte 

Camberwell, co. Sur- Street, London, Painter in Water Colours to Queen 

rey, by Ann Isabella Caroline, and Miniature Painter to the Duke and 

Reed, his 2nd wife ; Duchess of York ; brother of Rev. John Kersliaw 

horn 6 Feb., bapt. at Craig, B.A., of Dilamgerbendi Insula, co. Hants 

St. Giles', Camberwell, [see Craig Pedigree, Vol. V., page J4] ) ; born in 

9 March 1795; marr. 1790; of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, matriculated 

there 17 Aug. 1817; 7 December 18 10, aged 21, B.A. 1814, M.A. 1818, 

died at Camberwell, first Incumbent and Trustee of St. James', Edin- 

aged 42, 25 Feb., bur. burgh, 182 1-35, and afterwards Vicar of St. James', 

at St. Giles', Camber- Pentonville, co. Middlesex ; died at Brighton, co. 

well, 3 March 1836. Sussex, aged 60, on Friday, 5 April 1850. Adrnon 

Mural tablet in the was granted at the Principal Registry to the Rev. 

church. Admon was Herbert Tudor Craig, the lawful attorney of Amelia 

granted at the Prin- Gould Craig, the relict, residing at Malta. Portrait 

cipal Registry 13 Jan. (by Charles Lees, R.S.A.) in the possession of his 

1880, to Rev. Herbert grandson, Rev. William Alban Cunningham Craig. 
Tudor Craig of 5 
Anglesey Crescent, 

Gosport, CO. Hants, ^..vS'^y^ J /Ti H-^ j7 

the nephew. I St wife. '^t^^Ui^iy C>t<,.<r7 ^L 



ay> 



dau. of Joseph 
Harpur of Chilvers 
Coton, CO. Warwick, 
and of Burton Hall, 
CO. Northampton, 
by Maria his wife, 
only dau. of Rev. 
Edward Cooper, 
Vicar of Evesham, 
CO. Worcester; marr. 
at Burton Latimer, 
CO. Northampton, 
21 Aug. 1838; died 
at Taormina, Sicily, 
31 Dec. 1892, and 
bur. there. Will 
dated 10 Sept. 1890, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
228, 93) 18 March 
1893, by Adelaide 
Amelia Craig, the 
dau., the sole Exec- 
utrix. 2nd wife. 



Adelaide Amelia of Valetta, Edward Cunningham Craig of=|=Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 



Malta ; born 2 November, bapt. Revell End, co. Hertford ; born 

at Burton Latimer 31 December 27 August 1848, and bapt. at St. 

1840; died at 78 Kingsgate James', Pentonville ; educated at 

Road, Winchester, co. Hants, Edinburgh University ; died at 

16 April, bur. at Chipperfield, Ringwood 15 February, bur. at 

CO. Herts, 20 April 1893. ^^'1' Burley, co. Hants, 20 February 

dated lo September 1890, 1874. M.I. Will dated 16 

proved (Prin. Reg., 435, 93) April 1B72, proved (Prin. Reg., 

5 May 1893, by George Ben- 587, 74) 28 September 1874, by 

jamin Arnold of Winchester, William Ferguson Hole of 34 

CO. Hants, Doctor of Music, London Street, Edinburgh, the 

one of the Exors. sole Exor. 



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I 

Rev. William Alban Cunningham Craig of St. Paul's 
Clergy House, Castlehill, Dundee, co. Forfar: born 
at Edinburgh 15 November 1872, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Edinburgh, 4 April 1873 ; educated at Glasgow 
University and St. John's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 17 October 1891, aged 18, B.A. 1895, Curate 
of St. Paul's, Castlehill, Dundee. 



George Handasyde Patti 
son of Edinburgh, Sheriff 
of counties of ISerwick, 
Roxburgh, and Selkirk, 
1868-85, Ijy Mary his wife, 
dau. of William Martin of 
Headingley,co.York; born 
19 April 1843, and bapt. 
at St. George's, Edinburgh 
[no record in Register^ ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Edin- 
burgh, 28 December 1871. 



Edward Hubert Cunningham Craig, 
born at Edinburgh 22 April, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Edinburgh, 11 June 1874; of 
Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895, 
Fellow of the Geological Society, and a 
Member of the Geological Survey of 
Scotland. 




BtlJljam of ilWlitilileton, iSitiefort, 
CO, Bebon. 



Arms on some china in the possession of Mrs. Didham of Middleton, Bideford. — Azure, 
a chevron gules between three crosses-crosslet argent, on a chief of the last a 
mullet, between two crescents ; impaling, the arms of Robinson : Argent, on a 
chevron gules, between three stags proper, as many cinquefoils argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant gules, holding between the paws a cross-crosslet argent. 
Underneath the shield are the letters R. D. 



Mary Robinson ;■■ 
niarr. at Stoke 
Damerel, co. 

Devon, 19 August 
1772. 1st wife. 



Richard Didham of Brompton, Chatham,=f=Fanny, 3rd dau. of John 
CO. Kent (son of Thomas Didham of Thor- Bensted of Gillingham, co. 
verton, co. Devon); bapt. at Thorverton 19 Kent, by Susannah Waters 
May 1748; died at Brompton 5 February, his wife ; born 31 July 1756, 
bur. at Chatham 11 February 1801. Will bapt. at Gillingham 14 Au- 
dated 2 May 1795, proved at Rochester 30 gust 1757 ; marr. 23 Novem- 
March 1801, by Fanny Didham, the relict, beri786; died at Purbrook, 
the Exor. co. Hants, 10 November, bur. 

at Farlington, co. Hants, 16 
^^y) /^^ ' November 183 1. 2nd wife. 



I I 

Mary, born 10 July 1774, bapt. at 
Stoke Damerel 13 March 1775 ; 
marr. at Stoke Damerel 23 April 
1794, John Breay of Devonport, who 
died in January 1797. She died at 
Chudleigh, co. Devon, 30 June 1847. 

A 

Jane, bapt. at Chatham 18 October 
1776; died an infant. 



Thomas Didham, Lieutenant R.N. ; diedunmarr. in the 
East Indies, while Lieutenant of H.M.S. "Daedalus," 
on board H.M.S. "Sybille," 24 January 1801. Will 
dated 24 March 1796, proved (P.C.C.) 3 June 1802, by 
Fanny Didham, the relict and e.xecutri.x of his father, 
Richard Didham. 

Philemon Didham, bapt. at Gillingham 10 August 1775; 
Lieutenant R.N., present at the Siege of Copenhagen 
1807 ; died unmarried. 

Louisa, died an infant, bur. at Chatham 26 May 1784. 



I 
Rev. Richard Cunningham= 
Didham of Peckleton House, co. 
Leicester ; born at Park House, 
Hambledon, co. Hants, 31 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at Hambledon 14 
December 1817; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847, 
M.A. 1850; died at Peckleton 2 
February, bur. at Congerstone, 
CO. Leicester, 8 February 1872. 
Will dated 27 October 1847, 
proved at Leicester 23 Feb- 
ruary 1872, by Hannah Didham 
of Peckleton, co. Leicester, the 
relict, the sole Extrix. 



^Hannah, dau. of 
Rev. John Roby, 
Rector of Conger- 
stone, CO. Leicester, 
by Dorothy Grew 
his wife ; bapt. 
at Congerstone 10 
February 1803 ; 
marr. at Nether- 
seale, co. Leicester, 
5 March 1842 ; 
died at Leicester 
5 August, bur. at 
Congerstone 9 Au- 
gust 1884. 



^ 



I I 
Maria, born at Park House, Hambledon, 
25 April, bapt. at Hambledon 5 May 1819. 

Fanny Foster, born at Hambledon 8 No- 
vember, bapt. there 19 November 1820 ; 
marr. at Farnhuist, co. Sussex, 29 June 
1843, Thomas Gary of Eaubrink Hall, 
CO. Norfolk (son of Rev. John Henry 
Spelman Gary, Rector of Farnhurst, by 
Harriet his wife, dau. of Rev. John Lloyd, 
Rector of Hope and Thorpe, co. Derby) ; 
born 7 August, bapt. at Farnhurst 15 
September 1813; died at Congresbury, 
CO. Somerset, 18 December, bur. there 22 
December 1877. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 22 March 1S78, to 
Fanny Foster Gary, the dau., one of the 
next of kin. She died at Congresbury 5 
March, and was bur. there 9 March 1876. 



I 

Richard Green Didham of= 
Portsdown, co. Hants ; born at 
Brompton, Chatham, co. Kent, 
7 April 1788; Paymaster in the 
Royal Navy ; died at Folke- 
stone, CO. Kent, 1 1 November, 
bur. in Folkestone Cemetery 19 
November i860. 



C^^'KjCc-'^^''^ 



I 

'Maria, 2nd dau. of John Foster of Elizabeth Frances, 

Park House, Hambledon, co. Hants, born at Brompton, 

by Fanny his wife, dau. of Henry Chatham, 13 June 

Hammond of Hambledon; born at 1 791 ; died unmarr. 

Park House 12 November 1796, bapt. at Purbrook, co. 

privately next day, baptism registered Hants, 26 Feb- 

at Hambledon Church ; marr. at Ham- ruary, bur. there 3 

bledon 20 October 1815 ; died at March 1870. 
Bideford, co. Devon, 20 June, bur. in 
Folkestone Cemetery 23 June 1871. 



I 
Commander Charles John Didham, = 
R.N., of Middleton, Bideford, co. 
Devon ; born at Guildford, co. Sur- 
rey, 24 March, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Guildford, 25 April 1825 ; served in 
Syrian Campaign and at the Bom- 
bardment of Acre in 1840; died at 
Bideford 18 October, bur. in the 
cemetery there 21 October 1895. 



=Mary, dau. of John Chambers 
of The Hurst, Tibshelf, co. 
Derby, by Anne his wife, 
2nd dau. of Commander 
John Piatt, R.N., of Hat- 
field, CO. York ; born at 
The Hurst 19 April 1840 ; 
marr. at Tibshelf i January 
1862. 



^c.r^^irU:i=>'^'^^^ 



Elizabeth Beatrice, born at 
Park House, Hambledon, 
II May, bapt. at Hamble- 
don 4 June 1826 ; died at 
Park House, Hambledon, 
4 August, bur. at Hamble- 
don 9 August 1 83 1. 



Frederick Didham, born at 
Portsdown 3 June 1827 ; 
died at Portsdown 10 June, 
bur. at Widley, co. Hants, 
15 June 1831. 



Chambers Didham, born at The 
Hurst, Tibshelf, 22 March, bapt. 
at Tibshelf 9 April 1863 ; Cap- 
tain in the Sherwood Foresters 
(Derbyshire Regiment). 



Mary Beatrice Cunningham, born 
at Kingston, East Preston, co. 
Sussex, 14 December 1864 ; 
died at Bideford 18 March, 
and bur. in the old cemetery 
there 21 March 1886. 



I . 
Charles John Didham,=j=May, dau. of Major-General Hick- 



born at Bideford 
January 



man Thomas Molesworth of Ken- 
with, Bideford, by Marianne his 
wife, dau. of Robert Lindsay of 
Straiten, co. Fife ; born 4 May 
1869 ; marr. at Abbotsham, co. 
Devon, 3 June 1891. 



I I 

Deborah Gertrude Mary, born at Joyce Alisimond May, 
Hardwick, Ault Hucknall, co. born at Kenwith, Ab- 
Derby, 26 March, bapt. at Abbot- botsham, 4 June, bapt. 
sham 12 June 1892. at Abbotsham 30 June 

1895. 



I I 

Charles Pitcairn Didham, born at 
Brompton, Chatham, co. Kent, 8 
October 1792 ; died 5 November, 
bur. at Chatham 8 November 1793. 



Pitcairn John Didham, born at 
Brompton, Chatham, 7 September 
1794 ; died 18 April, bur. at 
Chatham 22 April 1795. 



I I I 
Charlotte Beatrice (twin with Paviel John), born at 
Brompton, Chatham, 15 January 1797; died i April, 
bur. at Chatham 5 April 181 1. 



Paviel John (twin with Charlotte Beatrice), born at 
Brompton, Chatham, 15 January 1797 ; died 4 June, 
bur. at Chatham 6 June 1798. 



Paviel Charles Didham, born at Brompton, Chatham, 
28 July 1798; died 28 January, bur. at Chatham 31 
January 1800. 



I ! 

Henry Preston Didham, Edward Didham of Bleakwood,=rElizabeth, dau. of William Cox 
born at Portsdown, co. Texas, U.S.A. ; born at Ports- 
Hants, 29 June 1831 ; down 18 January 1833; formerly 
died at Ryde, Isle of Captain in Austrian Army; died 
Wight, 20 July, bur. at at Bleakwood 25 December 1893. 
St. Thomas', Ryde, 26 
July 1841. 



of Alabama, U.S.A., and widow 
of Simeon Gray of Texas, U.S.A. ; 
marr. 14 April 187 1. 



Emma Maria Lavinia Hannah, born in 
Newton County, Texas, 20 August 1872; 
married to A. Biskamp 22 August 1887. 



I I I 

Emily Frances, born at Portsdown 16 April 
1834. _ 

Louisa, born at Portsdown 5 May 1835 ; died 
there 3 May, bur. at Widley, co. Hants, 8 May 
1837- _ 

Arthur Trevean Didham, born at Portsdown 28 
September 1836; died there 5 February, bur. at 
Widley 9 February 1837. 



I 
Georgiana Mary, born at Portsdown i April 
1838; marr. at Folkestone, co. Kent, 11 
March 1863, Adolphus Miller (son of 
Adolphus Miller of Emsworth, co. Hants) ; 
bapt. at Westbourne, co. Sussex, 10 July 
1 83 1. She died at Westbourne 15 June, 
and was bur. there 20 June 1870. 



A 



(ylt^a^^A/v^yca ^<-<^--/v-««^„ — ^ 




^tarfeie of 3|untro^lie, 
to, Lancaster. 



Le Gendre Pierce Nicholas Starkie= 
of Huntroyde, co. Lancaster (son 
of Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyde, 
by Frances his wife, dau. of Walter 
Ramsden Hawkesworth of Hawkes- 
worth, CO. York); J. P. and Vice- 
Lieutenant for CO. Lancaster, High 
Sheriff 1806, Lieut.-Colonel 4th 
Regiment of Royal Lancashire 
Militia, Patron of Huntroyde; died 
at Huntroyde, aged 37, 25 Octo- 
ber, bur. there i November 1807. 
M.L 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent, a bend sable, between six storks 
proper. 

Crest. — A stork proper. 

Motto. — Patrins amicisque fidelis. 



Charlotte, dau. of 
the Rev. Benjamin 
Preedy, D.D. of 
Queen's College, 0.\- 
ford. Rector of Bring- 
ton, CO. Northamp- 
ton, J. P. for counties 
of Northampton and 
Hertford ; died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 
30 April 1 80 1, and 
bur. at Huntroyde. 



I I 

Frances Mary Le Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyde; born at Brington 14 August T790; 
Gendre, born at educated at Eton and Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 21 March 
Brington 28 April 1808, aged 17, B.A. 181 1, M.A. 1821, J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, 
1789, and bapt. High Sheriff 181 5 ; marr. 12 May 18 14, Elizabeth Jane, 2nd dau. of 
there ; died an Richard Atherton Gwillym of Bewsey Hall, co. Lancaster, J. P. and D.L., 
infant, and bur. at High Sheriff 1796. He died at Huntroyde, aged 32, 28 February 1822, 
Brompton. and was bur. at Padiham, co. Lancaster. Will dated 11 April 1821, proved 

(P.C.C., 404 Herschell) 13 July 1822, by Edmund Hornby, one of the 

Exors. 



Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie of Huntroyde and of Lovely=i=Jemima Monica Mildred, 2nd dau 
Hall, Blackburn, co. Lancaster; born at Huntroyde 10 ' ~~ 
January 1828, bapt. there privately, and received into the 
Church at Padiham ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1851, M.A. 1854, J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, High 
Sheriff 1868, J. P. "for West Riding of co. York, Patron 
of four livings, Hon. -Colonel ist Volunteer Battalion 
East Lancashire Regiment, and formerly Colonel Com- 
manding 3rd Battalion East Lancashire Regiment, V.D., 
M.P. for Clitheroe 1853-56. 



of Henry Tempest of Lostock Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, by Jemima his wife, 
2nd dau. of Sir Thomas de Trafiford 
of Trafford, co. Lancaster, Bart. ; 
born at Croston Hall, co. Lancaster, 
5 December 1841, and bapt. there 
the same day ; marr. at the British 
Embassy, Paris, 15 October 1867. 

(See Tempest Pedigree, Vol. 2, 
page 143). 



I 
Edmund Arthur Le Gendre Starkie, born= 
at Huntroyde 10 P'ebruary 1871, and bapt. 
at Padiham ; educated at Eton and Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 
1888, aged 17, Captain 3rd Battalion East 
Lancashire Regiment, J. P. force. Lancaster. 



=Maud Anna Dolores, youngest dau. of Major 
William Michael Ince Anderton of Euxton Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, J. P. and D.L., by his 2nd wife 
Casilda, dau. of Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart., of 
Wingerworth, co. Derby; born 29 September 1873; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Chelsea, London, 19 July 1898. 



Charlotte Le Gendre, born at Huntroyde 31 May 1794, and bapt. at 
Padiham, co. Lancaster; marr. at Padiham 12 June 1819, Colonel Henry 
Armytage (3rd son of Sir George Armytage of Kirklees, co. York, 4th 
Bart., by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of Oldfield Bowles of North Aston, 
CO. Oxford); born 29 October, bapt. at Hartshead, co. York, 22 Novem- 
ber 1796; Colonel in the Coldstream Guards; died at Broomhill Bank, 
CO. Kent, 30 October, bur. at Speldhurst, co. Kent, 5 November 1861. 
M.I. Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 19 November 1861, 
to Henry Armytage of Broomhill Bank, co. Kent, Lieut.-Colonel Cold- 
stream Guards, one of the children. She died 13 December, and was bur. 
at Speldhurst 18 December 1848. M.I. 
=r 

A 

(See Armytage Pedigree, Vol. I, page 236). 



Le Gendre Pierce 
Starkie, born at 
Huntroyde, co. 
Lancaster,2oApril 
1796. 



John Pierce Chamberlain Starkie of Ashton Hall,= 
CO. Lancaster ; born at Huntroyde 28 June, bapt. 
at Padiham 13 July 1830; educated at Eton and 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1857, LL.M. 
1869, J. P. for CO. Lancaster, and Lord of the 
Manors of Ashton and Stodday, M.P. for North 
East Lancashire 1868-80; died 12 June 1888, 
bur. at Padiham 16 June 1888. 



=Anne Charlotte Amelia, dau. of Harrington 
George Frederic Hudson of Bessingby 
Hall, CO. York, by Charlotte his wife, dau. 
of Richard Watt of Bishop Burton, co. 
York, and of Speke, co. Lancaster ; born 
at Bessingby ; marr. at Boyton, co. Wilts, 27 
June 1861. 



I 
Francis Chamberlain Le 
Gendre Starkie of Ashton 
Hall, CO. Lancaster ; born 
30 March 1863, and bapt. 
at Glasson Dock, co. Lan- 
caster ; educated at Eton 
and Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge ; married Ellen 
Cooper. 



Charlotte Le Gendre, born at Ashton Hall, and Susan Katherine 
bapt. at Glasson Dock ; marr. at St. James', Le Gendre, born 
Piccadilly, London, 28 July 1885, James at Ashton Hall, 
Edward Piatt of Bruntwood, co. Chester (6th and bapt. at 
son of John Piatt of Werneth Park, co. Lan- Glasson Dock, 
caster and of Bryn-y-neuadd, co. Carnavon, J. P. 
and D.L., M.P. for Oldham, by Alice his wife, 
only dau. of Samuel Radcliffe of Lower House, 
Oldham, co. Lancaster) ; born in 1856 ; Captain 
and Hon. Major Duke of Lancaster's Yeomanry 
1883-96, J. P. for counties of Chester and 
Lancaster. 



Henry Randal Le Gendre Starkie, bom at 4 
Chapel Street, Park Lane, London, 27 May 
1873, and bapt. at Church Street, Audley Street, 
London ; died 16 June, bur. at Padiham 20 
June 1878. 



Pierce Cecil Le Gendre Starkie, born at 
Huntroyde 14 September 1882, and bapt. 
at Padiham. 



Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie of Huntroyde, co.= 
Lancaster; born i December 1799; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 October 181 7, aged 
17, J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, M.P. for Ponte- 
fract 1826-30, J. P. for West Riding of co. York; 
died at Huntroyde, aged 65, 15 May 1865, and bur. 
at Padiliam. M.L Will dated 29 April 1855, 
proved at Lancaster 23 September 1865, by Lieut.- 
("■eneral the Hon"'^ Sir James Yorke Scarlett, K.C.B., 
of Bank Hall, near Burnley, co. Lancaster, Rev. 
Thomas Foster Chamberlain of Rufford Rectory, co. 
Lancaster, and Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie of Hunt- 
royde, CO. Lancaster, and John Pierce Chamberlain 
Starkie of Ashton Hall, co. Lancaster, the sons, the 
Exors. 



=Anne, dau. of Abraham Chamberlain of 
Rylstone in Craven, co. York, by his 
wife, Sarah Foster of Rylstone in Craven ; 
marr. at Rylstone in Craven in February 
1827; died at Radcliffe Rectory, Man- 
chester, 27 December 1888, and bur. at 
Padiham. Will dated 9 November 1876, 
with three codicils dated respectively 27 
November 1879, 15 June 1882, and 14 
June 1888, proved at Manchester 4 Feb- 
ruary 1889, by Rev. Henry Arthur Starkie 
of Radcliffe Rectory, co. Lancaster, the 
son, the surviving Exor. 



Anne Elizabeth, born at Huntroyde 30 October, bapt. at Padiham 
3 November 1832 ; marr. at Padiham 19 August 1858, Rev. 
George William Horton (eldest son of Colonel George William 
Horton of Embsey Kirk, co. York, by Frances Esther his wife, 
2nd dau. of Rev. William Gamier of Rookesbury, co. Hants) ; 
born at Geneva, Switzerland, 17 December 1830, and bapt. 
there; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856, 
Vicar of Wcllow, Bath, co. Somerset ; died at Belmont, Bath, 6 
May, bur. at Wellow 11 May 1886. His will dated 29 January 
1867, with codicil dated 18 April 1882, was proved (Prin. Reg., 
543, 86) 23 June 1886, by John Pierce Chamberlain Starkie of 
Ashton Hall, co. Lancaster, and Rev. Henry Arthur Starkie of 
Radcliffe Rectory, co. Lancaster, the Exors. She died at Wellow 
on Septuagcsima Sunday, 24 January, and was bur. at Wellow 29 
January 1869. =p 



I 
Rev. Henry Arthur Starkie, 
born I January, bapt. at 
Padiham 16 January 1838; 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1 86 1, M.A. 1869, 
Vicar of Padiham, co. Lan- 
caster, 1864-67, Rector of 
Radcliffe, co. Lancaster, 
1867-95. 



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>/ta^y/c'C^ 



IlctocUj)!! of Court Colman, co. (S^lamorgan, 



Anns. — Gules, three chevronels argent. 
Cresi. — A lamb bearing a banner, charged with a cross 
of St. George, a glory round the head. 
Motto. — Gwell-angan na chywilydd. 



William Llewellyn of Glanavon, in the parish of Margam, co. Gla- 
morgan (youngest son of Hopkin Llewellyn of Brombil, Margam, 
and of Pentre, 
co.Glamorgan, 
by Elizabeth 
his wife, eldest 
dau. of Grif- 
fith Jenkins of 
Hendre Owen, 
CO. Glamor- 
gan); born 7 November 1773 ; Surgeon R.N., J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Glamorgan; died 26 April, bur. at Margam i May 1840. M.L 
Will dated 28 October 1839, proved (P.C.C, ^li, Arden) 23 July 
1840, by Catherine Llewellyn, the relict, one of the Exors. 




.Catherine, dau. of Thomas 
Dumayne Place of Glyn 
Leiros, Neath, co. Glamor- 
gan, J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Glamorgan ; born 23 May, 
bapt. at Cado.\ton, Neath, 
6 August 1779; marr. at 
Cadoxton 1 2 January 
1818; died at Bridgend, 
CO. Glamorgan, 3 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Margam 8 
November 1848. AdiSon 
was granted (P.C.C.) 5 
December 1848, to Wil- 
liam Llewellyn, the son. 



Catherine Anne, William Llewellyn of Court Colman, co. Glamorgan ;=j=Eleanor Emma, eldest 



born 12 July 
1819 ; died 3 
November, bur. 
at Margam 6 
November 18 19. 



born at Brombil, co. Glamorgan, 10 August, bapt. 
at Margam 4 September 1820; of Magdalen Hall, 
O.xford, matriculated 14 January 1839, aged 18; 
J. P., the Senior Magistrate and D.L. for co. Glamor- 
gan, High Sheriff 1854, formerly Major in the 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion 41st Volunteers (long-service 
medal) ; died at Court Colman 9 May, bur. at 
Newton Nottage, co. Glamorgan, 12 May 1898. 



X^^ 



dau. of Rev. Robert 
Knight of Tythegston 
Court, near Bridgend, 
by his wife, Emma 
Eagles of Pilston, co. 
Monmouth ; born 7 
January, bapt. at 
Lecklade, co. Glou- 
cester, 10 June 1815; 
marr. at Tythegston 
23 April 1844. 



Constantia Eleanor, born 14 February, bapt. at Newcastle, 
Bridgend, 23 April 1845; died 3 January, bur. at 
Newton Nottage 6 January 1888. 



Edith Catherine, born 4 December 

1S46, bapt. at Newcastle, Bridgend, 
4 February 1847. 



Robert William Llewenyn=j=Harriet Annie, youngest 



of Court Colman and of 
Baglan Cottage, Briton 
Ferry, co. Glamorgan ; 
born 26 May, bapt. at 
Newcastle, Bridgend, co. 
Glamorgan, 4 July 1848 ; 
J. P. for CO. Glamorgan 
and Chairman of the 
]5ridgend Petty-Sessional 
Division, a Commissioner 
of Taxes, formerly a 
Cornet in the Royal Dra- 
goons and Captain in the 
Glamorganshire Militia. 



dau. of William Blandy 
of Kingston Bagpuze, co. 
Berks, by his wife, Mary 
Eli/^abeth Poyntz of 
Longworth, co. Berks ; 
born at Beauregard, Jer- 
sey, 1 1 September, bapt. 
at the Parish Church, 
St. Helier's, Jersey, 8 
October 1862 ; marr. at 
Llanharan, co. Glamor- 
gan, 22 November 1882. 



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William Hely Llewellyn, born 20 Novem- 
ber 1849, bapt. at Newcastle, Bridgend, 
21 January 1850; died at Cwm Park, co. 
Flint, 13 April, bur. at Newton Nottage, 
CO. Glamorgan, 20 April 1877. 



Matilda Isabella, born 25 July, bapt. at 
Newcastle, Bridgend, 3 December 1851. 



Madilena Maria, born 3 September, bapt. 
at Newcastle, Bridgend, 4 December 
1856. _ 

Rosamond Mary, born 17 May, bapt. at 
Newcastle, Bridgend, 6 August 1858. 



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U illiam Herbert Clydwyn 
Llewellyn, born at Clevis 
Cottage, CO. Glamorgan, 
I November, bapt. at 
Newton Nottage 4 De- 
cember 1883, educated 
at Eton College. 



Dorothy Mary, born at 
Clevis Cottage 21 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Ncwioii 
Nottage 26 February 1885. 



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Griffith Robert Poyntz 
Llewellyn, born at 
Clevis Cottage 26 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at New- 
ton Nottage II April 
1886. 



Eleanor Caroline,born 
at Clevis Cottage 29 
March, bapt. at New- 
ton Nottage 15 May 
1887. 



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Owen Knight Llewellyn, born at Clevis Cot- 
tage 6 June, bapt. at Newton Nottage 6 July 
1888; died 31 December, bur. at Baglan 



John Blandy Llewellyn, born at Baglan 21 
June, bai)t. there 29 July 1890. 



Robert Godfrey L: 
13 May, bapt. then 



ewellyn, born at Baglan 
13 June 1893. 



CARR-ELLISON. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Gules, 
a chevron argent between three eagles' heads erased or, 
Ellison ; 2nd and 3rd, Gules, On a chevron argent three 
estoiles sable, a bordure invected of the 2nd, Carr. 

Crests. — I, An eagle's head erased or, gorged with a collar vair, holding 
in the beak a branch of three roses gules, leaved and slipped 
proper, Ellison ; 2, A stag's head, couped argent, attired or, 
charged on the neck with two bars gemel gules, the whole 
between two annulets of the last, Carr. 

Mottoes. — Por dysserver. Nee te quaesiveris extra. 



Carr €Uison of Hebburn Hall, anti 

Bunston Hill, co. Burjjam, anli of 

J|etigele|), co. Jlortf)uml)erlantJ. 



John Carr of Dunston Hill, co. Durham, and of Hedgeley,= 
CO. Northumberland (eldest son of Ralph 
Carr of Dunston Hill and Hedgeley, by 





Isabella his wife, dau. of Rev. Henry Byne, 
Vicar of Ponteland, co. Northumberland); g^^i y^g^] j j^^lph 
born at Dunston Hill 21 September, bapt. Carr. 

at Whickham, co. Durham, 31 October 
1764; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 9 November 
1781, aged 17, B.A. 1785, Chairman of Quarter Sessions and 
|.P. for CO. Durham, and J. P. and D.L. for co. Northumber- 
land, High Sheriff 1813; diedat 
Dunston Hill 12 January, bur. j^ / ^ 

at Ponteland 21 January 18 1 7. J^'^ij»,^|//7^*^ 




=Hannah, dau. of Henry Ellison 
of Hebburn Hall, co. Durham, 
by Henrietta his 
wife, dau. of 
John Isaacson ; 
born 25 Decem- 
ber 1780 ; bapt. 
at Jarrow - on - 
Tyne, co. Dur- 
ham, 10 July 
1785 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Gates- 
head, CO. Dur- 
ham, 2 March inipaling Ellison 
„ . , quarterly with 

1802 ; married fsaacson. 
2ndly at St. 

John's, Edinburgh, i August 
1838, George Lewis Adolphus 
Douglas, Sheriff of co. Kincar- 
dine. She died at Edinburgh i 
February, and was bur. at Whick- 
ham 10 February 1846. 



Seal used by 
Hannah Carr. 
Arms. — Carr, 



I 

Ralph Carr-Ellison of Hebburn Hall and Dunston Hill, co. Durham, and= 
of Hedgeley, co. Northumberland ; born at Dunston Hill 23 November 
1805, bapt. at Whickham 17 January 1806 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 December 1823, aged 18, J. P. and D.L. for counties of 
Durham and Northumberland, High Sheriff of the latter county 1846; by 
Royal Licence dated 22 February 1871, he and his eldest son were 
authorized to assume the surname of Ellison in addition to and after that 
of Carr, and to bear the arms of Ellison quarterly with those of Carr, in 
compliance with the will of his cousin, Lieut.-Colonel Cuthbert George 
Ellison of Hebburn Hall, co. Durham ; died at Dunston Hill 4 February, 
bur. at Whickham 9 February 1884. M.I. Will dated 22 November 
1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 379, 84) 12 May 1884, by Charles Bertie 
PuUeine Bosanquet of Rock Hall, co. Northumberland, Arthur Douglas 
(^arr of Whickham, co. Durham, the nephew, and Rev. Cuthbert John 
Carr of Witton Gilbert, co. Durham, the brother, the surviving Exors. 




^Elizabeth, 2nd dau. 
and coheir of Major 
John Werge of the 
38th Regiment of 
Foot, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Rev. 
Nathaniel Ellison, 
M.A.; born at New- 
castle, and bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, New- 
castle, 8 July 1807; 
marr. there 13 July 
1830 ; died, aged 
70, 22 September, 
bur. at Whickham 
26 September 1877. 
M.I. 



I 

John Carr, born 30 November 1807,= 
bapt. at Whickham, co. Durham, 2 
March 1808; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 December 
1825, aged 18; died 24 August, 
bur. at Cornhill, co. Northumber- 
land, 29 August 1856. 



=Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir Alexander Ramsay, Bart., of 
Balmain, co. Kincardine, by Jane his wife, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Francis Russell of Blackball, co. Kincardine; 
her sister, Mary Ramsay, marr. John Sparkes of Crew- 
kerne, CO. Somerset (see Sparks Pedigree, Vol. j, page 128) ; 
marr. at Banchory, co. Kincardine, 6 June 1843; marr. 
2ndlyat Aberdeen 13 June i860, Charles Murray Barstow. 
She died 13 February, and was bur. in the Dean Cemetery, 
Edinburgh, 18 February 1887. 



I 
Frances Jane, born 9 July 1844 ; marr. 
at Whickham 8 January 1873, Rear- 
Admiral Henry John Carr, R.N. (eldest 
son of Rev. Henry Byne Carr, M.A., 
Hon. Canon of Durham, and Rector of 
Whickham, by Eliza his wife, 2nd dau. 
of John Ridley of Park End, co. 
Northumberland) ; born 6 July, bapt. 
at Simonburn, co. Northumberland, 3 
October 1839. Admiral Superintendent 
of Devonport Dockyard. She died 15 
April, and was bur. at Littleham, co. 
Devon, 20 April 18S2. 

( See page 162). 



I I 
John Lauderdale Carr of Redland Bay, Brisbane, 
Queensland; born 25 January 1846; marr. at Red- 
land Bay 22 August 
i838, Emma Homer. 
He died at Redlar 
Bay 17 June 1S90, 
and was bur. ther 



;ust 

and J^Ox ^aac^^cU cAkA^ ^ 



Hannah Elizabeth, born 29 February 1848 ; died 14 
January, bur. in the Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, 18 
January 1862. 



I 
John Carr, born 
in Edinburgh 
21 April, died 
23 April 1831, 
and bur. at St. 
John's, Edin- 
burgh, the next 
day. 



I 
Emily Anne Watts,==John Ralph Carr-Ellisonof Heb-= 
dau.ofCapt. Henry burn Hall and Dunston Hill, 
' CO. Durham, and of Hedgeley, 
CO. Northumberland ; born at 
Hedgeley 7 June, bapt. at Eg- 
lingham, co. Northumberland, 
29 July 1832 ; educated at 
Rugby ; Captain 33rd Regt. of 
Foot, served in the Crimea, 
afterwards Captain in the 4th 
King's Own (Royal Lancaster 
Regiment) ; J. P. for counties 
of Durham and Northumber- 
land, High Sheriff of co. North- 
umberland 1888. 



Pearson Stockley of 
the Bombay Army, 
by Maria his wife, 
dau. of Major 
George ^\■atts of 
the 3rd Dragoon 
Guards ; born 14 
Apr., bapt. at Bel- 
gaum, Lidia, 4 May 
1835 ; marr. at the 
Garrison Chapel, 
Corfu, 2 2 Apr. 1862; 
died 20 Feb., bur. at 
Whickham 25 Feb. 
1887. istwife. 



=Edith Maude Mary, 
3rd dau. of Thomas 
Fenwicke-Clennell of 
Harbottle Castle, co. 
Northumberland, by 
Frances his wife, eldest 
dau. of Frederick Har- 
dinge of Coatham Hall, 
CO. Durham; born 18 
May, bapt. at Aycliffe, 
CO. Durham, 20 June 
1864 ; marr. at Alwin- 
ton, CO. Northumber- 
land, 30 January 1890. 
2nd wife. 



Ralph Henry Carr-Ellison, born at Corfu=^Alice Mary, dau. of Archibald Campbell of Glen- 



22 September, bapt. at the Garrison 
Chapel, Corfu, 5 November 1863 ; 
('aptain ist Royal Dragoons, formerly 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Northumber- 
land Fusiliers. 



daruel House, co. Argyle, Captain 42nd High- 
landers, by Christiana his wife, dau. of William 
McLaren ; born 26 July, bapt. at Glendaruel House 
8 November 1865; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, 28 February 1893. 



John Campbell Carr-Ellison, born at 4 Walton 
Street, London, 25 September, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, 9 November 1S97. 



I I 

Isabella, born 4 April 1809, bapt. at 
Whickham, co. Durham, 5 January 
1810; died I June, bur. at Whick- 
ham 20 June 1832. M.I. 



Henrietta, born 25 September 18 10, 
bapt. at ^Vhickham 3 January 1816 ; 
died I September, bur. at Ponteland, 
CO. Northumberland, 6 September 
1831. 



Anne, born 23 September 181 1, bapt. at Whickham 3 
January 1816; marr. at St. John's, Edinburgh, 25 Jan- 
uary 1843, Robert Campbell of Skerrington, co. Ayr 
(3rd son of Dugald John Campbell of Skerrington, by 
Janet his wife, 4th dau. of the Hon'''<^ William Baillie, 
Lord Polkemmet, of Polkemmet, co. Linlithgow, Senator 
of the College of Justice); born 19 December 1814, J. P. 
for CO. Ayr; died 29 December 1868, bur. at St. John's, 
Edinburgh, 5 January 1869. She died 16 October, and 
was bur. at St. John's, Edinburgh, 21 October 1886. 



I 

Colonel Ralph Edward Carr, born at Hedgeley 30 June, bapt. at=i=Anne Jane, dau. of Henry 
Eglingham, co. Northumberland, 2 August 1833; Colonel Com- 
manding 36th Regiment 1878-82, Commanding 29th Regimental 
District at Worcester 1882-87, Knight of the Legion of Honour ; 
died at Stuttgart, Germany, 9 April, 
bur. in Prag Cemetery 12 April 1892. 
Will dated 20 April 1887, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1066, 92) 3 November 
1892, by John Ralph Carr-Ellison, the 
brother, the Exor. 




/J^-2-^L^ 



Allen Wedgwood of Wood- 
field, CO. Pembroke ; born 9 
April, bapt. at Maer, co. Staf- 
ford, 4 June 1 84 1 ; marr. at 
Cosheston, co. Pembroke, 10 
September 1870; died 5 De- 
cember, bur. at Whickham 9 
December 1878. 



Ill 
Oswald John Carr, born at Rawal Pindi, India, 

18 June, bapt. there 12 October 187 1 ; died 8 
August, bur. at Goolmurg, Cashmere, 10 Au- 
gust 1872. 

Henry Arbuthnot Carr, born at Murree, India, 
2 September, bapt. at Rawal Pindi 1 7 October 
1872; Lieutenant 2nd Battalion ^Vorcestershire 
Regiment. 

Noel Ralph Carr, born at Mian-Mir, India, 
2 April, bapt. there 14 May 1874; died 8 
July 1875, and bur. at Simla, India. M.I. 



I I. I 
Jessica Dorothea, born at Devonport, co. 
Devon, 19 April, bapt. at the Garrison 
Chapel, Devonport, 21 May 1876. 



Martin Raymond Carr, born at Worcester 9 
July, bapt. at St. Peter's the Great, Worcester, 
23 August 1877. __ 

Ralph Clement Wedgwood Carr, born at 
Dunston Hill, co. Durham, 23 November 
1878, bapt. at Whickham 9 February 1879. 



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Thomas Fenwicke Clennell Carr- Oswald Fenwicke Clennell Edith Fenwicke Clennell, born 

Ellison, born 9 June, bapt. at Carr-Ellison, born 13 June, at Hedgeley 19 March, bapt. at 

Eglingham 16 July 1893. bapt. at Eglingham 25 July Eglingham 7 June 1898. 
1895. 



Emily Theodora, born at Malta 22 
December 1865, bapt. at the Garrison 
Chapel there 3 February 1866. 



John Ralph Stockley Carr-Ellison, born 
at Hedgeley, co. Northumberland, 15 
October, bapt. at Eglingham, co. North- 
umberland, 22 November 1867. 



I I I 
Violet Caroline, born at Dover, co. Kent, 8 March, 

bapt. at St. James', Dover, 21 April 1870. 



Amy Harriet, horn at Aldershot, co. Hants, 18 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. James', Dover, 24 April 187 1. 



Herbert George Carr Carr-Ellison, born at Dover 1 8 
March, bapt. at St. James', Dover, 13 May 1874. 



Henry Byne Carr, born at Dunston Hill,=f=Eliza, 2nd dau. of John Ridley of Park 



CO. Durham, 24 August 181 2, and bapt. there 
privately next day, baptism registered at Whick- 
ham, CO. Durham ; of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 May 1829, aged 16, B.A. 1833, 
M.A. 1836, Rector of Whickham 1846-96, Rural 
Dean of Ryton 1882-88, Hon. Canon of Durham 
1883-9S; died at Devonport 21 June, bur. at 
Littleham, co. Devon, 24 June 1898. 



End, CO. Northumberland, by Bridget his 
wife, dau. of Matthew Atkinson of Temple 
Sowerby, co. Westmoreland ; born at Brun- 
ton, CO. Northumberland, 15 June 181 3, 
bapt. privately the same day, baptism 
registered at Simonburn, co. Northumber- 
land; marr. there 19 September 1838. 



I 
Rear-Admiral Henry= 
John Carr, R.N. ; 
born at North AUer- 
ton 6 July, bapt. at 
Simonburn 3 Octo- 
ber 1839; Admiral 
Superintendent at 
Devonport Dock- 
yard since 1896. 



i^*i^ 



^Frances Jane, dau. of 
John Carr, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Sir Alexander 
Ramsay, Bart., of 
Balmain, co. Kincar- 
dine ; born 9 July 
1 844 ; marr. at Whick- 
ham 8 January 1873; 
died 15 April, bur. at 
Littleham, co. Devon, 
20 April 1882. 

(See page 160). 



I 
Rev. Charles Ridley Carr= 
of Exmouth, CO. Devon ; 
born 14 November, bapt. 
at Alnwick, co. North- 
umberland, 16 Decem- 
ber 1 840 ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matric- 
ulated 23 May i860, 
aged 19, Scholar i860, 
B.A. 1S64, M.A. 1867. 



= Alice Agatha, eldest 
dau. of Trehawke Keke- 
wich of Peamore, co. 
Devon, M.A., J. P. and 
D.L., by Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of Captain 
George Shuldham 

Peard, R.N. ; born 30 
December 1852, bapt. 
at Brampford Speke, 
CO. Devon, 6 Septem- 
ber 1853 ; marr. at Ex- 
minster, CO. Devon, 29 
July 1886. 



Julia Mary Ridley, born 
19 February, bapt. at Ex- 
mouth 29 March 1888. 



Rev. Henry Martin Carr, born in London 26 July, bapt. 
at St. Marylebone, London, 30 August 1835 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1853, aged 18, 
B.A. 1858, M.A. 1864, Vicar of St. Paul's, Alnwick, co. 
Northumberland; died 18 September, bur. in Alnwick 
Cemetery 20 September 1868. M.L 



Tl^,^^. 




Oswald Carr of Petane, New Zealand, born 27 August, 
bapt. at Eglingham 16 November 1836; Captain Royal 
Artillery ; killed in action in New Zealand 8 August 
1868. M.L in the Garrison Chapel, Woolwich, co. 
Kent. 



/^a^^^-{W- 



Eliza Isabella, born at Hedgeley, co. 
Northumberland, iS June, bapt. at 
Eglingham 23 October 1838 ; marr. 
there 31 July 1S62, Charles Bertie 
Pulleine Bosanquet of Rock Hall, 
CO. Northumberland (eldest son of 
Rev. Robert William Bosanquet of 
Rock Hall, by his ist wife, Frances, 
dau. of Colonel Henry Percy Pul- 
leine of Crakehall, co. York) ; born 
27 December 1834, bapt. at Bedale, 
CO. York, 19 January 1835; edu- 
cated at Eton and Balliol College, 
O.xford, matriculated 14 March 1853, 
aged 18, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859, a 
Student of Lincoln's Inn 15 January 
1858, called to the Bar 18 Novem- 
ber 1 86 1, J.P. for CO. Northumber- 
land. T 
A 



Rev. Charles Carr, born at Dunston Hill, co. Durham,= 
5 August 1813, and bapt. privately the same day; 
received into the church at Whickham, co. Durham, 
19 January 1814; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 April 1831, aged 17, B.A. 1835, Vicar of 
Whitworth, co. Durham, 1848-79; died 26 November, 
bur. at Whitworth 28 November 1879. M.I. Admon 
was granted at Durham 5 January 18S0, to Charles 
Blackett Carr, and Frances Rosa ^^-y 
Carr, both of Whitworth Vicarage, i^y^ ft /^. 
CO. Durham, the children, two of ff^'*'' pl*Ci\, 
the next of kin. ^— ^ V—.^' 



=Elizabeth Mary, 3rd dau. of Anthony 
Surtees of Milkwell Burn, Hamsterley 
Hall, and Byerside Hall, co. Durham, 
J. P. and D.L., by Alice his wife, dau. 
of Christopher Blackett of Wylam, co. 
Northumberland ; sister of Robert Smith 
Surtees of Hamsterley, J.P. and D.L., 
the well-known Author of the series of 
Sporting Novels; born 24 April 1819; 
marr. at Medomsley, co. Durham, 26 
November 1839; died 18 November, bur. 
at Whitworth 20 November 1879. M.I. 



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Frances Rosa, Alice Mary, born 7 February, bapt. at Whitworth 2 March Ethel Maud, 

born 19 July, 1856; marr. at Whickham 5 May 1881, Rev. Frederick born 10 De- 

bapt. at Whit- Augustus Dash wood Ruxton (eldest son of Rev. Frederick cember 1857, 

worth 6 August Wardell Ruxton, M.A., Rector of Willington, co. Durham, by bapt. at Whit- 

1854. Isabel his wife, dau. of Lieut.-Colonel John Moore); born worth 3 Jan- 

2 September 1852; Vicar of Well, co. York, 1881-91 ; died uary 1858. 

20 May, bur. at Well 23 May 1891. M.I. 



I I 

John Cuthbert Carr, born at Alnwick, co. Northumberland, 7 Sep- Frederick Ralph Carr, 

tember, bapt. there 16 November 1842 ; died at Exmouth, co. Devon, born 8 April, bapt. at 

24 April 1889, and bur. at Littleham, co. Devon. Alnwick 16 May 1844; 



(yx^ /^ ^^^^^^i>^Y^^ 



formerly Lieutenant in 
the Royal Navy. 



Theodore Carr, born at Hedgeley, 
CO. Northumberland, 22 December 
1839, bapt. at Eglingham 3 March 
1840 ; Major Royal Artillery ; 
died 24 November, bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, 29 No- 
vember 1883. M.I. in the Garrison 
Chapel, Woolwich, co. Kent. 




Henrietta, born at Hedgeley 4 July, bapt. at Eglingham 
9 November 1841. 

Edmund Carr of Dunston Hill ; born at Dunston Hill 
1 5 June, bapt. at Whickham 1 3 July 1 844 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Cullercoats,co. Northumberland, 4 March 1892, 
Frances Elizabeth Charlotte, dau. of William Adamson 
of Cullercoats, by Hannah his wife, dau. of William 
Benson of Whitehaven, co. Durham. He died 13 July, 
and was bur. at Whickham 15 July 1892. M.I. Adifion 
was granted at Newcastlc-on-Tync 29 October 1892, to 
John Ralph Carr-Ellison, the brother, one of the next of kin. 

Hannah, born at Dunston Hill 9 June, bapt. there pri- 
vately, baptism registered at Whickham 12 June 1846; 
died same day, and bur. at Whickham 13 June 1846. 

Cuthbert Ellison Carr of Hedgeley, co. Northumberland ; 
born at Dunston Hill 18 April, bapt. at Whickham 29 
May 1849. 

163 



Rosalie Emily, 2nd= 
dau. of Rev. William 
Stephen Gilley, D.D., 
Prebendary of Dur- 
ham, and Vicar of 
Norham, co. North- 
umberland ; marr. at 
Norham 2 7 July 1841 ; 
died 10 December, 
bur. at Whickham 14 
December 1850. ist 
wife. 



=Rev. Cuthbert John Carr,= 
born 16 March 1817; M.A. 
of Durham University, Rec- 
tor of Witton Gilbert and of 
Kimblesworth, co. Durham; 
died 30 October, bur. at 
Whickham, co. Duriiam, 3 
November 1888. M.I. Will 
dated 25 August 1884, proved 
at Durham 18 January 1889, 
by Rev. Charles Llackett 
Carr and Rev. Owen Charles 
Carr, the son, the Exors. 



=Frances Henrietta, dau. and coheir of 
Rev. William John Mansel, Rector of 
Ellesborough, co. Buckingham, and of 
Heath, co. Oxford, Chaplain to George 
IV., by Harriet Charlotte his wife, 3rd 
dau. of Laver Oliver of Brill House, co. 
Buckingham; born 24 April 1819, and 
bapt. at EUesborough, co. Buckingham ; 
marr. at Leamington Spa, co. Warwick, 3 
February 1853; died 5 March, bur. at 
Whickham 9 March 1877. 2nd wife. 



Rosalie Isabella, 
born I June, bapt. 
at North Shields, 
CO. Northumber- 
land, 24 July 
1843. 



Cuthbert William=j=Emily Anne Jessie Macgregor, 



Carr, born 28 Au- 
gust, bapt. at 
Norham 22 Octo- 
ber 1844. 



dau. of Robert Augustus 
Joy of Barranquilla, South 
America; born 10 June 1856; 
marr. at Richmond, co. Surrey, 
25 September 1878. 



Alfred Ellison Carr, born 
23 December, bapt. pri- 
vately at Norham 25 
December 1845 ; died 
23 December 1850, bur. 
at Whitworth 



Robert Edgar Carr, born 23 
August 1880, bapt. at Bar- 
ranquilla 



Cuthbert Owen Carr, born i 
March, bapt. at Witton Gilbert 
13 April 1886. 



I 
Rosalie Emily Victoria, born 
22 May, bapt. at Witton Gil- 
bert 13 June 1887. 



I 
Rev. Charles Blackett Carr,= 
born 2 November, bapt. at 
Spennymoor, co. Durham, 5 
December 1858; Licentiate 
of Theology of Durham Uni- 
versity, Vicar of Long Fram- 
lington, CO. Northumberland, 



Christiana Alicia, youngest dau. of 
Rev. Cuthbert John Carr, Rector of 
Witton Gilbert, by his 2nd wife, 
Frances Henrietta, 3rd dau. and co- 
heir of Rev. William Mansel ; born 
14 February, bapt. at Witton Gilbert 
4 April 1861 ; marr. there 23 July 
1884. 

(See page 166). 



Rev. Walter Charles Carr, 
born i9Nov.,bapt.at\\'hit- 
worth 20 Dec. 1863; of 
Keble College, O.xford, 
matriculated 17 Oct. 1882, 
aged 18, B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1889, Vicar of Jansenville, 
Grahamstown,SouthAfrica. 



Evelyn Frances, born 2 Oswald Blackett Carr, Monica Mary, horn Brenda Elizabeth, 
(une, bapt. at Holy born 21 April, bapt. at 10 lanuary. bapt. at born at Long tram 

- ■ ~ ^ ■ ' " ■' lington 17 August, 

bapt. there 24 Sep- 
tember 1895. 



Trinity, Berwick-on- Holy Trinity, Berwick- St. James', Morpeth^ 
Tweed, co. Northum- on-T weed, 21 May 1889. co. Northumberland 

6 February 1891. 



berland, 22 June 1887. 



Arthur Douglas Carr, born 14 February, bapt. at Alnwick 22 April 
1846; marr. at Alnmouth, co. Northumberland, 5 January 1897, 
Amelia, dau. of Samuel Parker of Newcastle, by Isabell Ann his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Bates of Whatton, co. Northumberland, Colonel 
2ist Light Dragoons; born 21 January 1848, bapt. at St. John's, 
Newcastle, 6 March 1849. 

164 



Edward William Carr, 
born 16 December 1847, 
bapt. at Whickham 21 
January 1848. 



Mansel Frederick Carr, J)orn ii August, bapt.=f=Victoria Christiana Annie, dau. of Robert 

Augustus Joy of Barranquilla, South 
America; born at Barranquilla 2 January 
1863 ; marr. there 3 January 1883. 



at Witton Gilbert, co. Durham, 11 September 
1856; British Vice-Consul at Santa Marta, South 
America. 



Ill III 

Mansel Frederick Carr, born at Santa Marta Victor Francis Carr, born at 

12 October 1883. Santa Marta 14 May 1887. 

Emily Frances, born at Barranquilla 30 Decern- 

ber 1884; died at Santa Marta 21 September Rosalie Amy, born 29 Sept. 

1885. _ 1888. _ 



Robert Carr, born 14 January li 
the next day. 



and died Alice Augusta, born at Santa 
Marta. 



I I 
Lilian, bom at 
Santa Marta. 



Arthur Ralph 
Carr, born 5 
January 1894. 



Margaret, only child= 
and heir of Rev. 
Thomas Halton of 
Liverpool ; married 9 
June 187s ; died 30 
August 1S85. I St 
wife. 



:Rev. Edgar Carr,= 
born 4 March, 
bapt. at Norham, 
CO. Northumber- 
land, 23 April 
1848 ; of Durham 
University, B.A. 
187 1, Rector of 
Kirkby-Wiske, co. 
York, since 1890. 



=Frances Anne, 4th dau. of Mary, born 24 June, 

Rev. John George Beres- bapt. at Norham 29 

ford, M.A., Rector of Be- August 1849. 
dale, CO. York, by the Hon'''^ — 

Caroline Amelia his wife, Emily Rosalie, born 

youngest dau. of Thomas, 25 November 1850, 

ist Lord Denman ; marr. at and bapt. at Whit- 

Bedale 8 August 1888. 2nd worth, co. Durham, 
wife. 



Edgar Cuthbert Carr, born 20 March 1876, 
and bapt. at Brompton, co. York; died 16 
August 1885, and bur. at Witton Gilbert. 



Ethel Mary, born Rosalie Margaret, born 3 
3 August 1 8 79, and September 1883; died 30 
bapt. at Bedale. August 1884. 



II II 

Charles Emil Carr, born 9 July, bapt. at Witton Lancelot Macgregor Carr, born at Napii 
Gilbert i August 1888. 



Aline, born at Napier, New Zealand, 



Oswald Gilly (-'arr, born at Napier. 



Eliza Ridley, born 14 December 1852, bapt. at Whick- 
ham 28 January 1853 ; marr. at Whickham 17 April 
1879, as his 2nd wife, Major Edwin William Sandys 
of Fulford House, co. York (eldest son of Rev. 
William Travis Sandys, Rector of Burton-le-Coggles, 
CO. Lincoln, by Catherine his wife, only dau. of William 
Wooton Abney of Measham Hall, co. Derby, Captain 
Royal Horse Guards [Blue]); born 21 March 1838, 
and bapt. at Beverley, co. York ; formerly Major Royal 
Artillery, J. P. for East Riding of co. York. 



I I 

Ella Mary, born 6 November, bapt. at 
Whickham 14 December 1854. 

Caroline Susan Alice, born i July, bapt. 
at Simonburn 11 August 1858; marr. 
at Whickham 19 July 1894, Ernest 
Gedgc (4th son of Rev. Augustus 
Gedge, M.A., Rector of Ludborough, 
CO. Lincoln, by Lucy Fakenham his wife, 
dau. of Rev. James Lynn, Rector of 
Oosthwaite and Keswick, co. Cumber- 
land) ; born 29 October 1862 ; Fellow 
Royal Geographical Society. 



I 

Rev. Owen Charles Carr, born 3 February,= 
bapt. at Witton Gilbert, co. Durham, 16 
March 1858; of Durham University, B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1881, Vicar of All Saints', 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, since 1890. 



=Laura Susan Ellen, dau. of William Henry Darby 
of Leap Castle, King's County, Ireland, by Eliza- 
beth his 2nd wife, dau. of William Drought ; born 
18 April 1852, and bapt. at Brussels; marr. at 
Chester Cathedral 14 January 1890. 



.1 
Christiana Alicia, born 14 February, bapt. at Wittton Gilbert 4 
April 1861 ; marr. there 23 July 1884. Rev. Charles Blackett Carr 
(eldest son of Rev. Charles Carr, Vicar of Whitworth, co. Durham, by 
Elizabeth Mary his wife, 3rd dau. of Anthony Surtees of Hanisterley 
Hall, CO. Durham, J. P. and D.L.); born 2 November, bapt. at Spenny- 
Moor, CO. Durham, 5 December 1858; Vicar of Long Framlington, 
CO. Northumberland, since 1891. =j= 

(For issue seepage 164.) 



I 
William Henry Carr, 
born 9 August, bapt. 
at Witton Gilbert 28 
October 1864; died 
12 April, bur. at \\'it- 
ton Gilbert 17 April 
1865. 



Guy Beresford Carr, born 5 Novem- Frances Evangeline, born at Kirkby- John Carr, born 
ber 1889, and bapt. at Ainderby Wiske 27 September 1891, and 22 April 1895. 
Steeple, co. York. bapt. there. 



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3(ntieT. 



INDEX. 



Abbott, Mrs., 96. 

Abney, Catherine, 165; William Wooton, 165. 

Acland, Henry Dyke, 134; Sir Henry Wentworth 

Dyke, Bart., 134; Margaret Hichens, 134; Sarah, 

134- 
Adams, Christiana, 28 ; Joseph, 28. 
Adamson, Frances Elizabeth Charlotte, 163 ; Hannah, 

163; William, 163. 
Addenbrooke, Edward, 66; Frances, 66. 
Agassiz, Arthur David Louis, 108 ; Mary Anne, 108. 
Aldous, Alicia Mary, 107; Anna, 107; Rev. John, 

107 ; Rev. John Clement Primrose, 107. 
Alison, Henry, 141. 
Alkinson, Jane Augusta, 48 ; Miles, 48. 
Allen, Emma Margaret, 142; Richard, 142; Sarah, 

88 ; Thomas, 88. 
AUenby, Catherine Anne, 116; Grace, 116; Hyn- 

man, 116. 
Alston, Elizabeth Anne, 54 ; Elixabeth Louisa, 54 ; 

William Charles, 54. 
Alvanley, Baroness, 95. 

Anderson, Alice, 76 ; Caroline, 46 ; Sir George, 46. 
Anderton, Casilda, 150; Maud Anne Dolores, 150; 

William Michael Ince, 150. 
Andrew, Ven"' Archdeacon, 134; Augusta Charlotte, 

134- 
Annesley, Mrs. Smith, 116. 
Archdeckne, Walter, 96. 
Arden, Baroness, 95 ; Catherine, Baroness, 89 ; 

Charles George, Lord, 89, 90 ; Lord, 91 ; Mar- 

garetta Elizabeth, Baroness, 89, 90 ; see also 

Compton. 
Argj-le, George, Duke of, 44 ; Elizabeth Georgiana, 

Duchess of, 44 ; see also Campbell. 
Armitage, Arthur, 94; Rev. Arthur, 16, 94; Edward, 

16 ; Eleonora, 94 ; Georgina Frances, 16 ; Isabel 

Jane, 94; Sarah, 16; Whaley, 94; William, 16. 
Armstrong, Avarilla Aphra, 75 ; Charlotte Eleanor 

Mary, 1 1 1 ; Harriet Frances, III; Rev. William 

Archibald, 75, iii. 
Armytage, Charlotte Le Gendre, 151; Sir George, 

Bart., 151; Colonel Henry, 151; Mary, 151. 
Arnold, Ch.irles Thomas, 16; George Benjamin, 146. 
Arthv, Charles, 63; Frances, 63. 
Ashbiirner, James, 60; Mabel Bessie, 60. 
Aspinv.all, Mary, 65; Samuel, 65. 
A.ssheton, Emily Augusta, 143 ; Mildred Estclle 

SybcUa, 143 ; Ralph, 140, 143 ; Ralph Cockayne, 

143 ; Rev. William Orrae, I43 ; Winifred Maude, 

143- 
Astley, Dowager Lady, 96. 
Atkins, Elizabeth, 61; Harriet, 53; John, 61; Kate, 

53; Samuel Ralph, 53; William Ralph, 53. 
Atkinson, Bridget, 162; Edward, 27; Emily, 27; 

Katharine, 27; Matthew, 162. 
Ayre, Burrell, 22, 23 ; Elizabeth, 22 ; Sarah, 22 ; 

Thomas, 22. 



Bachope, Hannah, 65 ; James, 65 ; Jemima, 65. 

Back, Adelaide Mary, 122; Alexander, 122; Alfred, 
117; Alfred Henry, 120; Alice, 117, 121, 124; 
Ann, 119; Anne, 117-120, 122, 124; Annie, 118; 
Annie Mary, 119; Arthur Charles Lempriere, 119; 
Rev. Arthur James, 120; Beatrice Mary Halfeild, 
123; Cecily Maud, 123; Charles, 125; Charles 
Harris, 120; Charles Walter, 118; Dorothy, 125; 
Dorothy Mabel, 121; Edward, 121, 124; Eliza, 
119, 123; Elizabeth, 119; Elizabeth Anne, 123; 
Ella, 119; Ellen Harriet, 120; Ellen Race, 125; 
Emily, 120; Emily Jane, 119; Eric Percy Coventry, 
123; Ethel Mary, 126; Etheldreda Violet, 118; 
Eugenie Gertrude, 123; Evelyn Marion, Ii8 ; 
Fanny, 118, 125; Fanny Elizabeth, 118; Fanny 
Harriot, 125; Florence Maude, 119; Geoffrey 
Robert Bensly, 120; George, 120, 126; George 
Reid, 119; Georgiana, 120; Gertrude Emily, 121; 
Gilbert Alfred, 121; Rev. Guy Seymour, 123; 
Hannah, 125; Harriot, 121, 124; Hatfeild Arthur 
William, 120; Hatfeild James, 118, 119, 123; 
Helen Ursula, 125 ; Henry, 118 ; Henry William, 
118; Herbert Hatfeild, 121 ; Hilda Mary, 120; 
Horace, 122 ; Rev. Hugh Cairns Ale.xander, 123 ; 
James, 117-119, 122; Rev. James, 122; Jane, 119; 
John, 119; John Alfred, n8, 119; Josephine, 119; 
Josephine Lempriere, 119; JuUa, 121; Julia Eliza- 
beth, 119; Julia Isabella, 119; Lucy, 119, 126; 
Mabel Helen Graham, I2i ; Margaret, 120 ; 
Margaret Evelyn, 120; Maria, 119 ; .Marianne, 
117; Marion Edith, 118; Marjorie, 121 ; Marjory 
Athol, 122; Martha, 126; Mary, 119; Mary Anne 
Monck, 118, 122; Mary Jane, 119, 120; Mary 
Monck, 121 ; Maud Ellen, 123 ; Maud Harriet 
Sinclair, 123; Nicholas, 125; Percy James, 119; 
Percy Robert Hatfeild, 118; Philip, 121, 124- 
126 ; Philip Edward, 125 ; Philip Glandford, 
125; Phcebe, 123; Phyllis Mary, 125; Rachael, 
121; Robert, 120, 121, 124; Robert Jermy, 125; 
Rev. Samuel, 123; Sarah, 117, 120, 123; Sarah 
Ann, 122; Sarah Howard, 122; Sibyl Mary, 118; 
Sidney Lempriere, 118; Sophia, 120; Stephanie 
Gertrude, uS ; Susanna, 120, 121; Terence Hugh, 
123; Thomas, 1 17, 1 22- 1 24; Thomas Quarles, 125; 
Waller Herbert, 119; William Edward, 125; 
William Frederick Charles, 122; William Henry, 
118; Winifred Annie Stewart Moore, 1 23; Winifred 
Bishop, 119. 

Backhouse, Edmund, 137; Juliet Mary, 137; Milicent 
Evelyn, 137. 

BadcDck, Emma Georgiana Bentley, 44 ; Sophia, 44 ; 
William, 44. 

Bagnall, Elizabeth, 55 ; James, 55. 

Baillie, Janet, 161; Hon'''"' William, Ixird Polkemmct, 
161. 

Baker, Alice Rosclta, lOO. 



Balgue, Anne, 7 ; Neville, 7. 

Bamber, Dr. John, 113; Margaret, 113. 

Barker, Alice, 121, 124; Harriot, 121, 124; Mary, 
92; Robert Alcock, 121, 124; William, 92; sie 
also Sale-Barker. 

Barnes, Anna, 134; Augusta Charlotte, 134; Ralph, 
134; Robert, 23; Sarah Lane, 23. 

Barrington, Hon"" Alice Louisa, 87 ; Arabella Hen- 
rietta, 62 ; Sir Jonah, 62 ; Percy, 8th Viscount, 87. 

Barstow, Charles Murray, 160; Elizabeth, 160. 

Bartlett, Adelaide Jemima, 30; Alice Hyde, 31; 
Anne, 27, 30; Arthur Wilson, 31 ; Beatrice .Micia 
Oldfeld, 29 ; Beatrice Mary, 29 ; Burton Oakley, 
29; Charles Grosvenor, 30; Charles Leftwich Okl- 
feld, 27 ; Charles Oldfeld, 27, 29 ; Rev. Charles 
Oldfeld, 28 ; Charles Philip Oldfeld, 28 ; Charles 
Vernon Oldfeld, 29 ; Christiana, 28 ; Christiana 
Elizabeth Maud, 29; Edith, 28; Edith Evelyn, 31 ; 
Edmund Burton, 29; Edward Cecil, 31 ; Edward 
Phelips, 31 ; Edward Whiteley, 27 ; Eleanor 
Burton, 27 ; Eleanor Maria, 30 ; Eliza, 30 ; Eliza- 
beth, 27 ; Elizabeth Burton Leach, 28 ; Elizabeth 
Vincent, 27 ; Estelle Oldfeld, 29 ; Fanny Edith, 
31; Frances Anne, 30; George Thomas, 31; 
Harriet Alicia, 31; Katharine, 27; Margaret Bur- 
ton, 29 ; Mary Elizabeth, 27 ; Mary Evelyn 
Oldfeld, 28; Mary Frances Vincent, 27 ; Mrs., 116; 
Myra, 29; Reginald Hastings, 29; Rev. Richard 
Grosvenor, 29 ; Rev. Robert Leach, 28 ; Robert 
Nigel Oldfeld, 28 ; Robert Vincent Osborne, 28 ; 
Sarah Alicia Eleanor, 28 ; Thomas, 27, 30 ; 
Thomas Charles, 27 ; Thomas Oldfeld, 27, 29 ; 
Rev. Thomas Oldfeld, 27 ; William Leftwich Old- 
feld, 29; William Oldfeld, 30. 

Barton, John Everard, 22 ; Lillian Sarah, 22 ; Sarah, 
22. 

Basset, Francis, 129, 133; Francis, Lord de Dunstan- 
ville and Basset, 129, 133; Margaret, 129, 133. 

Bates, Isabella Ann, 164; Colonel Thomas, 164. 

Bateson, Alice, 57; Mary, 57; Rev. William, 57. 

Bathurst, Earl, 96. 

Batten, George, 23. 

Baxter, Edward, 92 ; Marianne, 92. 

Bayley, Elizabeth, 139; James, 139. 

Bayly, Ann, 49 ; William, 49. 

Beale, Elizabeth, 99. 

Beard, Charles, 2; Mary Ann, 2. 

Beare, Benjamin Charles, 40 ; Charlotte Jane, 40 ; 
Edwin Horace, 40; Eliza, 40; Elizabeth, 39; 
Elizabeth Martha, 40 ; Emily, 40 ; Emma, 39 ; 
George Henry, 40 ; Henry, 39 ; Lois, 39 ; Lois 
Anne, 39, 63 ; Louisa, 39 ; Lucy, 39 ; Marianne, 
40; Martha, 39; Robert Browne, 40; William, 39, 
63 ; William Woodthorpe, 39, 40. 

Begbie, Alfred William, 143 ; Gertrude Emma, 143 ; 
Margaret, 143. 

Bell, Ann, 73. 

Bellasis, Edward 4 ; Eliza Jane, 4 ; Katharine, 4. 

Bensly, Ellen Harriet, 120; Ellen Marian, 120; 
William Thomas, 120. 

Benson, Hannah, 163; William, 163. 

Bensted, Fanny, 147; John, 147; Susannah, 147. 

Bentinck, Lady Edward, 44. 

Beresford, Hon'"'" Caroline Amelia, 165 ; Frances 
Anne, 165; Rev. John George, 165. 

Best, Clara, 63 ; Edward, 63 ; Eliza, 40 ; Frederick 
John, 52 ; John Morgan, 52 ; Lucy Barnard, 52 ; 
Mary, 63 ; Selina, 52. 

Beverley, Elizabeth, 57 ; Mary Louisa Titley, 57 ; 
William, 57. 

Binckes, Daniel, 83 ; Maria, S3. 

Birley, Rev. Alfred, 141 ; Jane, 14: ; Joseph, 141 ; 
Mary Alicia, 141. 

Bishop, Ann, 129; Rev. Daniel Godfrey, ill; 
James, 129; Sophia, iii; Sophia Morell, III. 

Black, Augusta Chariotte, 74 ; Elizabeth, 74, 77 ; 
Isabella Park, 77 ; Robert, 74, 77 ; Sarah, 74, 77 ; 
William Dunn, 74. 



Blackett, Alice, 163; Christopher, 163; John Erasmus, 

96. 
Blandford, Elizabeth Burton Leach, 28 ; Henry Weare, 

28 ; Rev. Henry Weare, 28. 
Blandy, Harriet Anne, 154; Mary Elizabeth, 154; 

William, 154. 
Blundell, Edith, 103; Henry, 70, 71; Maria, 70; 

Sara, 71. 
Blunt, Catharine, 17; Elizabeth Roylance, 17; Rev. 

John James, 17. 
Boggis, Eliza, 42. 

Boisragon, Henry Charles, 114; Mary Annetta, 114. 
Bolton, Duke of, see Paulet. 
Bond, Rev. John, 96 ; Juliet, 96. 
Bonynge, Sarah, 114, 115. 
Boucher, Charlotte, 74; Elizabeth, 74; James George 

(formerly Crabb), 74; Rev. John, loi, 105; Salome, 

lOI, 105; Salome Littitia, lOI, 105. 
Boultbee, Eleanor Cecil, 56 ; Elisabeth, 54 ; Lady 

Elizabeth Margaret, 54 ; Henry Townshend, 54, 56 ; 

Joseph Moore, 54 ; Juliana Mary, 56. 
Bourke, Elizabeth Jane, 94 ; John, 94 ; Mary Jane, 

94; General Sir Richard, 94. 
Bosanquet, Charles Bertie Pulleine, 159, 162; Eliza 

Isabella, 162; Frances, 162; Rev. Robert William, 

162. 
Bowden, Elizabeth, 27 ; Samuel, 27. 
Bowles, Elizabeth, 126; Rev. Henry Robert, 126; 

Martha, 126; Mary, 151; Oldfield, 151; Rev. 

William, 126. 
Bowring, Algernon Cunliffe, 5 ; Ann, 3 ; Arthur 

Hautayne, 2; Charles, 1,4; Rev. Charles Algernon 

Aloysius, 6; Charies Calvert, 3 ; Charles Talbot, 4; 

Clara Mary Aloysia 6 ; Deborah, I ; Edgar Alfred, 

2, 5 ; Rev. Edgar Francis, 5 ; Edith Alice, 6 ; 
Edith Mary, 6 ; Edward, 4 ; Edward Lewis 
Stanislas, 5 ; Ellen, 5 ; Emily, 3 ; Emily Lucy 
Ann, 6 ; Francis Herbert, 3 ; Francis Stephen, 6 ; 
Frederick Hermann, 3, 4; Gertrude Elizabeth, 6; 
Humphrey Wykeham, 3 ; Ignatius WilUam, 6 ; 
Isabella, 2; John, i; Sir John, 1,4; John Bellasis, 
5 ; John Charles, 2 ; John Edward, 2 ; John 
Frederick Edward, 2 ; Katharine, 4 ; Lucy Jane, 

3, 4; Lewin Bentham, 4; Margaret, I, 3; 
Margaret Sophia, 5 ; Maria, I ; Maria Lewin, 6 ; 
Mary, 2 ; Mary Isabel, 2 ; Mary Laura, 4 ; Mary 
Lucy, 4 ; Noel Hamilton, 3 ; Philip Francis, 5 ; 
Sarah Jane Ann, I ; Sophia, 5 ; Victor Henry, 6 ; 
Vincent Lewin, 6 ; Walter Andrew, 3 ; Wilfrid 
Joseph, 6. 

Brace, Ann, 88 ; Annie Isobel, 88 ; Edith Dorothy, 

88 ; Edith Mary, 88 ; Eliza, 88 ; Ellen Jane, 88 ; 

Frank .-\ddison, 88 ; Henry, 88 ; Henry Fergusson, 

88 ; Henry Russell, 88 ; Jane, 88 ; Joseph, 88. 
Brad, Charles Ambrose, 50 ; Charles Henry, 50 ; 

Eliza, SO. 
Brauwhite, — , 33. 
Breay, John, 147; Mary, 147. 

Bricc, Eliza, 30; Frances, 30; Rev. George Tito, 30. 
Bridgett, Anne, 61; Thomas, 61. 
Bristol, Bishop of, see Mansel. 
Broadley, John, 104; Mary, 104. 
Brooke, Florence Dalton, 56; Joseph, 56; Sarah, 56. 
Brookes, Jane, 88 ; William Henry, 88. 
Broomfield, Alexander, 82; Ellen, 82. 
Brown, Anthony, 58; Emily, 120; Rev. James, 120; 

John Thomas, 120. 
Browne, Elizabeth, 39; John Henry, 118; Lois, 39; 

Louisa Gertrude, iiS; Marion Edith, 118; 

Robert, 39. 
Brunker, Ann, 48 ; Colonel Howard Molyneux 

Edward, 48; General James Robert, 48; Marianne, 

48. 
Brycc, David, 47 ; Henrietta, 47 ; Joanna, 47. 
Buck, Charlotte, 119: Zachariah, 119. 
Buckland, George, 53; Harriet, 53; Mary, 130; 

Richard, 130. 
Buckley, John, 28; Mary, 28; Sarah, 22. 



Bull, Anne, 21; Lawrence Pettit, 21. 

Bullivant, Frances, 34. 

BuUough, Elizabeth, 15. 

Burrill, Charles James, 109. 

Burrow, Caroline Elizabeth, 142 ; Ven'''" Edward John, 
Archdeacon of Gibraltar, 142 ; Emma Margaret, 142. 

Burrowes, Thomas, 39. 

Burt, Kev. John Toll, 119. 

Burton, Mary, 125; Thomas, 125. 

Bush, Atkinson, 73; Augusta, 74; Augusta Charlotte, 
74 ; Avarilla Oliveria Cromwell, 75 ; Barbara 
Christiana, 75; Beatrice Maud, 76 ; Caroline Violet, 
74; Catherine, 76; Charles Cromwell, 76 ; Charlotte, 
74 ; Charlotte Mary Avarilla, 76 ; Charlotte 
Sarah, 77 ; David Graham Horndon, 75 ; Edward 
Bingham, 74 ; Elizabeth, 74, 76 ; Elizabeth 
Oliveria, 75, 76 ; Ethel Julia, 77 ; Fanny Eliza- 
beth, 74 ; Gertrude Harriett Cromwell, 77 ; 
Gertrude Julia, 75 ; Harriet, 73 ; Harriot, 73 ; 
Rev. Herbert Cromwell, 77 ; Isabella Park, 77 ; 
James, 73; Rev. James, 73, 74; James Crom- 
well, 77 ; James Graham, 76 ; John, 77 ; Mabel 
Augusta Holdsworth, 77 ; Mabel Ottley, 77 ; Maria 
Charlotte, 73; Mary, 76; Mary Ainslie, 76; Mary 
Amelia, 74; Mary Isabella, 77; Olive, 76; OHver 
Herbert, 77 ; Rev. Canon Paul, 73, 75, 86 ; Paul 
Cromwell, 75; Captain Paul Warner, R.N., 76; 
Reynell Owen Cromwell, 77 ; Robert, 77 ; Robert 
Newland, 74; Sarah, 73; Rev. Thomas Cromwell, 
75- 

Butler, Rev. Thomas, 108. 

Byne, Rev. Henry, 159; Isabella, 159. 

Byron, Hon""'" and Rev. Augustus, 45 : Augustus 
William, 45 ; Constance Caroline Clough, 45 ; 
Ethel Maud, 45 ; Frederica, 45. 



Cage, Lewis, 113, 115; Mrs., 114. 

Cairns, Lord, 94. 

Calabrella, Baron, see Lee. 

Callander, Charlotte Edith Eleonora, 45 ; Henry 
Barrington, 45 ; James Henry, 45 ; Sophia Leonora 
Clough, 45. 

Camden, Marchioness, 96. 

Cameron, Ewen, 105; Henrietta, 105. 

Campbell, Hon'''<= Alice Louisa, 87; Alice Mary, 160; 
Ann Trepaud Macdougall, 46 ; Anne, 161 ; Archi- 
bald, 160; Catherine, 113; Charlotte Edith 
Eleonora, 45; Christiana, 160; Dugald John, 161; 
Lady Elizabeth, 44 ; I^dy Elizabeth Georgiana, 
44; Evelyn Mary, 87; George, Duke of Argyle, 44 ; 
George Augustus, 87; James, 113; Janet, 161; 
John George, 45; Robert, 161; Walter Frederick, 45. 

Cana, Robert, 33. 

Cane, Catherine Anne, 116; Rev. Thomas Coats, 1 16. 

Canning, Lord, 4. 

Capper, Eliza Theodora, 61 ; Walter, 5i. 

Carey, Cecil Augustus, 116; Helen Maude, 116; John, 
115; Mary, 115; Mrs. Peter, 114; Susan Elizabeth, 
116; Thomas Godfrey, 116. 

Carnegie, Adelaide Jemima, 30 ; Frances Anne, 30 ; 
James, 30 ; John, 30; Mary, 30; Rev. John Hemery, 
30- 

Caroline, Queen of England, 146. 

Carr, Alfred Ellison, 164; Alice Agatha, 162; Alice 
Augusta, 165 ; Alice Mary, 163 ; Aline, 165 ; Amelia, 
164; Anne, 161; Anne Jane, 161; Arthur Douglas, 
159, 164; Arthur Ralph, 165; Brenda Elizabeth, 164; 
CaroUne Susan Alice, 165; Rev. Charles, 163, 166; 
Charles Blackett, 163; Rev. Charles Blackett, 164, 
166; Charles Emil, 165; Rev. Charles Ridley, 162; 
Christiana Alicia, 164, 166 ; Cuthbert EUison, 163 ; 
Rev. Cuthbert John, 159, 164;' Cuthbert Owen, 164; 
Cuthbert William, 164; E. S., 112; Rev. Edgar, 
165; Edgar Cuthbert, 165; Edmund, 163; Edward 
William, 164 ; Eliza, 160, 162 ; Eliza Isabella, 162 ; 



Eliza Ridley, 165 ; Elizabeth, 159, 160, 162 ; Eliza- 
beth Mary, 163, 166 ; Ella Mary, 165 ; Emily Anne 
Jessie Macgregor, 164; Emily Frances, 165; Emily 
Rosalie, 165; Ethel Mary, 165; Ethel Maud, 163; 
Evelyn Frances, 164; Frances Anne, 165; Frances 
Elizabeth Charlotte, 163; Frances Evangeline, 166; 
Frances Henrietta, 164; Frances Jane, 160, 162; 
Frances Rosa, 163 ; Frederick Ralph, 163 ; Guy 
Beresford, 166; Hannah, 159, 163; Hannah Eliza- 
beth, 160; Henrietta, 161, 163; Henry Arbuthnot, 
161 ; Rev. Henry Byne, 160, 162 ; Rear-Admiral 
Henry John, R.N., 160, 162; Rev. Henry Martin, 
162; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry William, 89; 
Isabella, 159, i6r ; Jane, 89; Jessica Dorothea, 
161; John, 159, 160, 162, 166; John Cuthbert, 163; 
John Lauderdale, 160 ; Julia Mary Ridley, 162 ; 
Lancelot Macgregor, 165; Laura Susan Ellen, 166; 
Lilian, 165; Lilian Mabel, 112; Mansel Frederick, 
165; Margaret, 165; Martin Raymond, 161 ; Mary, 
165; Monica Mary, 164; Monica Mar>', 164; Noel 
Ralph, 161 ; Oswald, 162 ; Oswald Blackett, 164 ; 
Oswald Gilly, 165; Oswald John, 161 ; Rev. Owen 
Charles, 164, 166; Ralph, 159; Ralph Clement 
Wedgwood, 161 ; Colonel Ralph Edward, 161 ; 
Robert, 165; Robert Edgar, 164; Rosalie Amy, 165; 
Rosalie Emily, 164 ; Rosalie Emily Victoria, 164 ; 
Rosalie Isabella, 164 ; Rosalie Margaret, 165 ; 
Theodore, 163 ; Victor Francis, 165 ; Victoria 
Christiana Annie, 165 ; Rev. Walter Charles, 164 ; 
William Henry, i56. 

Carr-EUison, Alice Mary, 160; Amy Harriet, 161; 
Edith Fenwick Clennell, 161 ; Edith Maude Mary, 
160; Elizabeth, 159; Emily Anne Watts, 160; 
Emily Theodora, 161 ; Herbert George Carr, 161 ; 
John Campbell, 160 ; John Ralph, 160, 161, 163; 
John Ralph Stockley, 161 ; Oswald Fenwick Clen- 
nell, 161 ; Ralph, 159; Ralph Henry, 160; Thomas 
Fenwick Clennell, 161 ; Violet Caroline, 161 ; see 
also Carr. 

Carrington, Lord, 139; j« Smith. 

Carson, Charles John Lloyd, 23 ; Elizabeth Fumival, 
23 ; John Lloyd, 23. 

Car)', Fanny Foster, 147 ; Harriet, 147 ; Rev. John 
Henry Spelman, 147 ; Thomas, 147. 

Cartwright, Elizabeth, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Castle, Agnes Harriette, 79 ; Deborah, I ; Mary, I ; 
Michael, 79; Michael Bowring, 79; Thomas, i. 

CatHn, Eliza, 33 ; Elizabeth, 33 ; Elizabeth Threadkell, 
33; Margarett, 33; Thomas, 33; Thomas Naunton, 
33- 

Cattley, Ann Isabella, 146 ; Isabella, 146 ; Stephen, 
146. 

Cecil, Frances Mary, 113; James Brownlow William, 
Viscount Cranborne, Marquess of Salisbury, 1 13 ; 
see also Gascoyne-Cecil. 

Chamberlain, Abraham, 152; Anne, 152; Sarah, 152; 
Rev. Thomas Foster, 152. 

Chambers, Anne, 69, 148 ; Charles, 69 ; John, 148 ; 
Mary, 148; Rebecca, 15; Richard, 15. 

Chaplin, Charles, 122; Sarah, 122; Sarah Howard, 
122. 

Charlton, George, 71 ; John, 71 ; Julia, 71. 

Chater, George, 120; Sarah, 120. 

Chedworth, Baroness, 89. 

Chevallier, Catherine, 102, 107 ; Catherine Temple, 
102, 107; Rev. Temple, 102, 107. 

Child, Baddeley, 17; Elizabeth Roylance, 17; Mar- 
garet, 81 ; Admiral Smith, 17. 

Cholmeley, Frances, 17; Sir Montague, Bart., 17. 

Churchill, Cecilia Lucy, 36 ; Rev. Charles John Scott, 
36 ; Emma Dorothea, 36 ; Rev. John, 36. 

Clarence, H.R.H. Duke of, 99. 

Clark, Matthew, 50; Sarah, 50; William, 86. 

Clarke, Frederic Fuhrmann, 88; Hannah Mary, 65; 
Harriet, 65 ; James, 78 ; Jane, 78 ; Joseph, 65 ; see 
also Graham-Clarke. 

Clarkson, Barnard, 44 ; Martha, 58 ; Nathaniel, 58. 

Clear, Daniel, 23 ; Ellen, 23 ; Sarah Lane, 23. 



Clegg, Hannah, 6i ; John, 6i. 

Gierke, Ven'"''-' Archdeacon, 114; Charles John, 114; 
Mrs. Charles John, 114; Charles Longueville, 114; 
Georgiana, 114; Lady, 114; Mary Dora, 114; 
Mary Georgiana, 114; Sir William Francis, Bart., 
114; Sir William Henry, Bart., 114. 

Clough, Sarah, 44; Susanne, 44; Thomas, 44. 

Clough-Taylor, Constance Caroline Clough, 45 ; 
Edward, 44 ; Edward Harrison, 44 ; Edward Lome 
Frederic, 44 ; Lady Elizabeth, 44 ; Emma Clough, 
45 ; Emma Georgiana Bentley, 44 ; Emma Sarah 
Clough, 45; Ethel Maud, 45; Harriet Anna 
Georgina Clough, 45 ; Harriet Mary Anne Clough, 
45; Henry, 45; Horatio George, 45; Leonard 
Goodricke,45; Lesley Venetia, 44 ; Sojihia Leonora 
Clough, 45 ; Sophia Mary, 44 ; Thomas, 45 ; sec 
also Taylor. 

Coates, Margaret, I ; Odiarne, I . 

Cole, Catherina, 135; John, 135; John Cole [formerly 
Dicker], 135; Mary Ellen Oldfield, 135. 

Coles, Anne, 52 ; George, 75 ; Gertrude Julia, 75 ; 
Margaret, Rt. Hon"^'" 75. 

Collingwood, Lady, 96. 

Compton, Catherine, Baroness Arden, 89 ; Hon'''" 
Charles, 89 ; Lady Frances, 93 ; Lady Mary, 93 ; 
Hon""'' Spencer, 89; see also Arden and Perceval. 

Cooke, Elizabeth, 59 ; Harriet, 38 ; James, 38 ; 
Katharine, 59; Katharine Sarah, 59; Tertius John, 
59; William, 59; William Marten, 61. 

Cooper, Edward, 21; Rev. Edward, 146; Elizabeth, 
52; Ellen, 151; Maria, 146; Mary, 52; Sarah, 21 ; 
WiUiam, 52. 

Cornish, Rev. Hubert Kestell, 135; Louisa Caroline, 
135- 

Cornock, Edward John, 66 ; Elizabeth, 66. 

Corrie, Edgar, 122; Margaret Anne, 122. 

Corser, Martha, 8l; Richard, 81. 

Cosgrove, John, 7; Mary Ann, 7. 

Cotton, Sarah, 134; William, 134. 

Coventry, Andrew, 16; Barbara Frederica Beaujolois, 
114; Elizabeth, 60; Esther, 16; Eugenie Gertrude, 
123; Rev. George, 60; Gilbert, 115; Harriet, 123; 
Rev. Henry William, 114; Mary, 114; Thomas 
Darby, 123; William George, 114; Hon"'^ 
William James, 114. 

Cowper, Elizabeth, 11; Ellen, 12; Henry Swainson, 
II; Isaac, 12; Isaac Wilson, II; James Canham, 
12; Jane Ellen, 12; John Essex, 12; Margaret, II, 
12; Mary, II, 12 ; Sally, 11 ; Sarah, 12; Thomas, 
II ; Thomas Christopher, 12 ; William Swainson, 12. 

Cowper- Essex, Alice, 12; Catherine Anne, II; 
James Swainson, 12; Thomas Christopher, 11; see 
also Cowper. 

Cox, Elizabeth, 149; William, 149. 

Coxe, Bond, 93 ; Jane Theresa Louisa, 93. 

Craig, Adelaide Amelia, 146; Amelia Gould, 146; 
Rev. Edward, 146; Edward Cunningham, 146; 
Edward Hubert Cunningham, 146 ; Rev. Herbert 
Tudor, 146 ; Isabella, 146 ; Rev. John Kershaw, 
146 ; Mary Elizabeth, 146 ; Rev. William Alban 
Cunningham, 146; William Marshall, 146. 

Cranborne, Viscount, see Gascoyne-Cecil. 

Craven, Anne, 39 ; Frederick, 39 ; Joseph, 39 ; 
Louisa, 39. 

Crawley, Agnes, 33 ; Caroline, 33 ; George Abraham, 
33- 

Crisp, Rev. Edmund, 46 ; Edwards, 33 ; Eliza, 33 ; 
Jane Harman, 46 ; Mary, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Crofts, Rev. Charies Daniel, 109 ; Harriet, 109 ; 
Mary Emily, 109. 

Cromwell, Mary, 75 ; Oliver, 75 ; Thomas, 75. 

Cubitt, Agnes, 5 ; Ellen, 5 ; Jonathan, 5 ; Lewis, 5; 
Mary Anne, 5 ; Sojihia, 5 ; Thoma,s, 5. 

Cumbcriand, II.R.II. Duke of, 96; Richard, 44; 
Sophia, 44. 

Currie, Colonel Fendall, loi ; Sir Frederick, Bart., 
loi; Katharine Maria, loi ; Susan Elizabeth, loi. 

Curteis, Anne, 117, 122, 124; Thomas, 117, 122, 124. 



Dallas, Alexander, 73 ; Rev. Duncan, 73 ; Elizabeth, 

73 ; Harriot, 73. 
Dalton, Sarah, 56. 

Daniell, Sophia Louisa, 115; Thomas, 115. 
Darby, Charles Massey, 26 ; Elizabeth, 166 ; 

Georgiana, 26; Laura Susan Ellen, 166; William 

Henry, 166. 
Davie, Eleanora Juliana, 141 ; Peregrine, 141. 
Davies, Agnes Helen, 82 ; Elizabeth Bethea, 104 ; 

Helen Bethea, 104; Lieut. -Colonel Robert, 82; 

Major-General Sir William, 104. 
Davis, Mary Clementina, 16; Sarah, 16; Lieut.- 

Colonel William Worsley, 16. 
De Dunstanville, Francis, Lord, 129, 133; see Basset. 
De Griez, Josef, 87. 
De Mont Hiver, Edouard de Ridder, 83 ; Louis 

Edouard de Ridder, Marquis de Renezcure, 83 ; 

Louise Emily Marguerite, 83. 
De Renezcure, Marquis, see De Mont Hiver. 
De Trafford, Jemima, 150; Sir Thomas, Bart., 150. 
De Vere, Sir Aubrey, Bart., 94; Elinor Catherine 

Jane Alicia Lucy, 94. 
De Visme Luard, Jessie Elizabeth, 106. 
Deacle, Rev. Hicks, 117; Rev. Hicks Thomas, 117; 

Marianne, 117. 
Denison, Edward Hanson, 115; Helen, 114-116; 

Joseph, 115; Sarah, 115. 
Denman, Hon'''= Caroline Amelia, 165; Hon'=''= Mrs. 

George, 11$; Thomas, 1st Lord, 165. 
Derby, Earl, 139. 
Des VcEux, Lady Sophia, 1 14. 
Devaynes, William, 114. 
Devonshire, Abraham, 58; Elizabeth, 58. 



Dickins, Louisa, 34; Lucy, 34 William, 34. 

Dickinson, Harriott, loS; William, 108. 

Didham, Arthur Trevean, 149 ; Chambers, 148 ; 

Charies John, 148 ; Charies Pitcairn, 149 ; Char- 
lotte Beatrice, 149; Deborah Gertrude Mary, 148; 

Edward, 149 ; Elizabeth, 149 ; Elizabeth Beatrice, 

148; Elizabeth Frances, 148; Emily F'rances, 149; 

Emma Maria Lavinia Hannah, 149 ; Fanny, 147 ; 

Fanny Foster, 147 ; Frederick, 148 ; Georgiana 

Mary, 149 ; Hannah, 147 ; Henry Preston, 149 ; 

Jane, 147 ; Joyce Alisimond May, 148 ; Louisa, 

147, 149; Maria, 147, 148; Mary, 147, 148; 

Mary Beatrice Cunningham, 148 ; May, 14S ; 

Mrs., 147; Paviel John, 149; Paviel Charles, 149; 

Philemon, 147; Pitcairn John, 149; Richard, 147; 

Rev. Richard Cunningham, 147 ; Richard Green, 

148 ; Thomas, 147. 
Dimmack, Edward Bagnall, 61 ; Frances Anne, 

61. 
Dixie, Juliana Maiy, 56 ; Sir Willoughby, Bart., 

56. 
Dixon, Edward, 71 ; George, 70; Sara, 71 ; Sarah, 

70; .Sara Learn, 71. 
Dodd, Frances, 102. 
Donully, Alexander Frederick, 46; Margaret Hickey, 

46. 
Dorrington, Alice Maria, 38 ; Mary Ann, 38 ; 

Thomas, 38. 
Doughis, Admiral, 76; George Lewis Adolphus, 159; 

Hannah, 159. 
Dover, Bishop of, see Parry. 
Dowling, Anne, 52 ; William, 52. 
Drayner, Ambrose Luson, 50; Ann, 49 ; Annie Jane, 

49 ; Bayly Edward, 50 ; Bayly Thomas, 49, 50 ; 

Elizabeth, 49 ; Elizabeth Marsh, 49 ; Elizabeth 

Myra, 50; Emily Marsh, 49; Emily Susannah, 49 ; 

Hannah, 49; Hannah Emily, 50; Hannah Sophia, 

49 ; James, 49 ; James John, 49, 50 ; Juliana, 50 ; 

Mary Hannah, 50 ; Mary Harriet, $0 ; Myra 

Dorothy, 50; William, 50. 
Drought, Elizabeth, 166; WilUam, 166. 



Drummond, Andrew Berkeley, 90, 93 ; Andrew 
Robert, 89 ; Catherine Isabella, 93 ; Lady Eliza- 
beth, 89, 90 ; Lady Mary 90, 93. 

Duckworth, Alice, 141 ; Christopher, 141. 

Dudley, Mary, 37 ; Richard Lathbury, 37 ; Sarah, 37. 

Duffus, George, 137; Lucy, 137; Sarah Lotji^a, 137. 

Dunn, Colonel, 116. 

Dunnell, John, 53 ; Louisa, 53. 

Dunning, Simon, 15. 

Duppa, Baldwin Duppa, no; Ellen, no. 

Durell, Susanna Pike, 84; Post-Captain Thomas 
Pike, K.N., 84. 

Durning, Jemina, 80 ; William, 80. 

Durning- Lawrence, Edith Jane, 80; Sir Edwm, 
Bart. , 80 ; see also Lawrence. 

Durham, Rev. Charles Rowlandson, 29; Christiana 
Elizabeth Maud, 29 ; Rev. Thomas Charles, 29. 



Eady, Sarah Anne, 126. 

Eagles, Emma, 153. 

Easton, Hannah Mary, 65; Samuel, 65. 

Eaton, Charles Edward Thynne, 86 ; Charles Orm- 
ston, 86 ; Charles Wilfrid, 87 ; Charlotte, 86 ; 
Charlotte Anne, 86; Daniel, 86; Elizabeth, 86; 
Elizabeth Jane, 86 ; Evelyn Mary, 87 ; George 
Hubert, 87; Georgiana Elizabeth, 87; Georgiana 
Elizabeth Mary, 87 ; Hubert Francis Joseph, 87 ; 
John Richard, 87 ; Mary, 86 ; Mary Ann Charlotte, 
87 ; Mary Isabella Emma, 86 ; Rev. Robert Orm- 
ston, 87 ; Stephen, 86 ; Ven"'= Stephen, 86 ; 
Stephen Ormston, 86 ; Sybil Evelyn, 87. 

Eayres, Harriet, 67 ; William, 67. 

Eddis, Arthur Shelley, iS ; Elizabeth Mary, 18; 
Lucy Caroline, iS; — , 140. 

Edleston, Anne, 69 ; Mary Anne, 69 ; Richard, 69. 

Edlmann, Gertrude Harriot, 108 ; Herbert Gottlieb, 
108 ; Joseph Frederick, 108 ; Mary Anne, 108. 

Edmonds, James, 83 ; Matilda, 83. 

Edward, I. , King of England, 89. 

Edwardes, Mary Dyer, 85 ; Thomas Dyer, 85. 

Edwards, Edward Manning, 125 ; Eliza, 33 ; Eliza- 
beth, 68 ; Fanny Harriot, 125 ; Henry, 33 ; 
Frederick, 125; Maria, 125; Mary Ann, 33. 

Egan, Ellen Louisa, 63 ; Rev. Robert Brooks, 63 ; 
Thomas Esmonde, 63. 

Egmont, Catherine, Countess of, 89 ; John, Earl of, 
89, 93, 95- 

Eldon, Lord Chancellor, 95. 

Eliot, Richard ffolliott, 99. 

Ellison, Lieut. -Colonel Cuthbert George, 159 ; 
Elizabeth, 52, 159; Hannah, 159; Henrietta, 159; 
Henry, 159 ; Rev. Nathaniel, 159. 

Enys, Catherine, 137 ; Jane Mary, 137 ; John 
Samuel, 137. 

Erie, Peter, 114; William, n6. 

Essex, John Hezekiah, 11, 12; Margaret, n; 
Thomas 11; see also Cowper- Essex. 

Esten, Harriet, 123. 

Estridge, Agnes Marion, 106 ; Rev. Henry Thomas, 
103 ; Rev. Loraine, lOO, 103, 106 ; Maria Salome, 
103, 106; Mary, 103; Samuel, 106. 

Evans, Florence Eliza, 62 ; Henry, 62 ; Mary, 62 ; 
Richard, 62. 

Everard, Charles Hugh, 135 ; Rev. Edward Browne, 
135; Maria Maude, 135; Sophia, 135. 

Eveson, Samuel, 93. 



Fane, Rev. Edward, 108 ; Mary Eliza Caroline, 108. 
Fairman, Mrs., 116. 

Falmouth, Hon"" Anne, 123; Evelyn, Viscount, 123. 
Fanshawe, Aline Barbara, n4 ; Ann, 113; Aubrey 

Basil, n4; Barbara Fredcrica Beaujolois, 114; 

Basil Thomas, 114; Beaujolois Mabel, US; Bessie 



Emily, 115; Catherine Sophia, 114; Catherine 
Stephens, 115; Charles Gascoyne, 114; Edgar 
Sydney Waldo, n4; Emily Catherine, 116; Evelyn 
John, 114; Frank Raymond, 116; Gerard Lewis, 
116; Grace, n6; Helen, 115; Helen Maude, n6; 
Herbert Cecil, n6 ; Henry, 113, 115; Rev. John, 
n3-ll5; John Gascoyne, 113; John Gaspard, 114, 
116; Lilian Emily, 116; Loftus Gaspard Lyonell 
William, 115; Lyonell, 115; Mary, 113, 115; Mary 
Annetta, 114; Mary Georgiana, 114; Muriel Mary, 
n4; Rachel Georgina, 114; Reginald Winnington, 
n6: Richard, 114, 116; Thomas, 113; Thomas 
Basil, 114; Colonel Thomas Basil, 116; Rev. 
Thomas Lewis, 113, 115; Violet, 115. 
Farmer, John Innocent, 1 10. 
Faulconer, Ann Bayley, 48 ; William, 48. 
Fawcett, Alfred William, 52 ; Anne, 52 ; Arthur 
Joseph, 52 ; Barbara, 52 ; Charlotte [Lottie], 52 ; 
Edward, 53; Elizabeth, 52; EHza Maria, 52; Gerald 
Sidney, 52; Rt. Honb"^ Henry, 53; Kate, 53; 
Lucy Barnard, 52 ; Margaret, 52 ; Mary, 37, 52 ; 
Mary Elizabeth, 52; Millicent, 53; Peter, 37; 
Phillippa Garrett, 53 ; Sarah Maria, 53 ; Sidney, 
52, 53 ; Thomas Cooper, 53 ; WiUiam, 52 ; 
William Ernest, 52 ; William Henry, 52. 
Feilden, Emily Augusta, 143 ; Fanny, 140 ; Frances 
Mary 140 ; Henry, 140 ; Joseph, 140, 143 ; 
Robert, 140 ; Rev. William Leyland, 140. 
Fell, Elizabeth, II; Gabriel, 11. 
Fendall, Caroline Eleanor, 99 ; Rev. Charles 
Bathurst, 99, 100; Colonel, 99; Frances Cecilia, 99. 
Fenwick, Charles Richard, 108. 
Fenwicke-Clennell, Edith Maude Mary, 160; Frances, 

160 ; Thomas, 160. 
Fergusson, Annie Isobel, 88 ; Hickson, 88. 
Fetherston, Charles, 54 ; Elizabeth Anne, 54. 
Ffolliott, Frances, 99; Georgiana, 99; John, 99. 
Field, Elizabeth Bethea, 104; George, 104. 
Finch, Emily, 62; Frederick Cotton, 62. 
Finch-Hatton, Edward, 90, 93. 
Findon, Clara, 137; F. F., 137. 
Firth, E. I., 106; Margaret Isabel, 106. 
Fisher, Rachel Sloane, 59 ; William, 59. 
Fletcher, Lady Harriet, 123; Colonel Henry Charles, 

123; Maud Ellen, 123. 
Flower, Eleanor, 63 ; Henry, 63. 
Foot, Harriet, 34 ; Rev. Josias, 34. 
Forbes, Annie, 112; Charlotte Ann, 112; Haring- 

ton Gordon 46; Thomas Lawrence, 112. 
Fornian, Rev. Arthur Francis Emilius, 107 ; Eleanor 

Cecilia, 107; Mary, 107; Richard, 107. 
Formby, Rev. James, 123 ; Phcebe, 123 ; Rev. 

Richard Edward, 123 ; Susan, 123. 
Forrest, Henry, 12; Martha, 12. 
Fortescue, Very Rev. Edward Bowles Knottesford, 
55 ; Elisabeth Anne, 55 ; Frances Anne, 55 ; 
Rev. Vincent Knottesford, 55. 
Foster, Ellen, 73; Fanny, 148; John, 148; Maria 

148; Sarah, 152; William, 73. 
Fox, Ada Mary, 138; Alfred, 135, 136; Agnes 
Denise, 138; Augusta Mary, 135; Cecilia Hart, 
138; Charies, 137 ; Constance Louisa Grace, 135, 
136; Frances, 134; Francis Edward, 138; Francis 
Wilson, 138 ; George Croker, 138 ; Joseph, 134 ; 
Juliet Mary, 137 ; Sarah, 135, 136 ; Wilson Lloyd, 
i35> 136- 
Francis, Hugh Godsell, 27 ; Sarah, 27. 
Franken, Peter Francis, 143 ; Wilhelmina, 143. 
Freeman, Charles, 68 ; Mary Eleanor, 68 ; I'riscilla, 

68 ; WiUiam, 68. 
Frederick, W., 139. 
Frere, Adelaide Mary, 122; George 122; George 

Edgar, 122; Margaret Anne, 122. 
Frost, Anne, 21 ; Ellen Matilda, 21 ; Mariannei 21 ; 

William Stutter, 2 J. 
Fry, Anna Maria, loi, 105; John Gumey, lOl, 105 ; 

Rachel, loi, 105. 
Furlonger, Charles John, 2; Mary, 2 ; Mary Ann, 2. 



Fumeaux, Alice Emma, 34 ; Anna Maria, 34 ; 
Caroline Octavia, 34 ; Caroline Rosa, 35 ; Cecilia 
Lucy, 36; Dorothy, 34; Edith, 34; Eileen Gladys, 
35 ; Ernest Alan, 36 ; Frances Margaret, 36 ; 
Gertrude Annie, 35 ; Gertrude Cecile, 35 ; Harriet, 
34 ; Harold Ernest, 36 ; James, 34 ; Rev. James, 34. 
John Romney, 34 ; Leonard Romney, 36 ; Louisa, 
34 ; Marjorie, 34 ; Philip Templer, 35 ; Reginald 
James, 35 ; Rev. Walter Copleston, 35 ; Rev. 
William Duckworth, 34 ; Rev. William Mordaunt, 
34, 35 ; Zoe Marion, 36. 

Furnivall, Peter, 22; Rebecca, 22. 

Fursdon, Rev. Edward, 129, 133; George Sydenham, 
129, 133 ; Grace, 129, 133 ; Harriet, 129, 133. 

Fynmore, Alice Julia, 43 ; Alice Mercy Rodon, 43 ; 
Anne, 41 ; Arthur Henry Wickham, 43 ; Arthur 
Rodon, 41,42; Beatrice Lota, 43; Eleanor Ann 
Stubbs, 43; Elizabeth, 41,42 ; Elizabeth Lewis, 42 ; 
James 42 ; James Arthur, 43 ; Jane, 41 ; Jane 
Emily, 43 ; Mary Anne, 42 ; Mary Mayott 
Symes, 43; Phyllis Sarah St. John, 43; Lieut- 
Colonel Richard John, 41, 43; Thomas, 41; Mrs. 
Thomas, 41 ; Thomas George, 41 ; W., 41 ; 
William, 41, 43; William Humphrey Jenner, 43; 
William Stubbs, 41, 42; William Thomas, 42. 



Gaily, Henry, 93. 

Gardner, Anna Selina Lesley, 95; Annie, 118; 

Robert, n8; Thomas, 95. 
Garnett, Eliza Jane, 4 ; William, 4. 
Garnier, Frances Hester, 152; Rev. William, 152. 
Garrett, Louisa, 53 ; Millicent, 53 ; Newson, 53 ; 

Samuel, 53. 
Gascoyne, Ann, 113; Bamber, 114; Sir Crisp, 113; 

Frances Mary, 113; Joseph, 115; Margaret, 113; 

Mrs., 114. 
Gascoyne-Cecil, Frances Mary, 113; James Brownlow 

William, Viscount Cranbome, Marquess of Salisbury, 

:i3; see also Cecil. 
Gedge, Rev. Augustus, 165 ; Caroline Susan Alice, 

165; Ernest, 16,5; Lucy Fakenham, 165. 
George IV., Krng of England, 123, 164. 
Gibbons, Ethel Mary, 126; Joseph, 126; Sarah 

Anne, 126; William, 126. 
Gibbs, Ann, 118, 122; Fanny Rose, 136; James, 

136; JuHa, 136; Rev. Laurence, 118, 122; Mary 

Ann Monck, 118, 122. 
Gibraltar, Archdeacon of, see Burrow. 
Gilbert, Catherine, 137; Davies, 137; Edward, 121; 

Emma, 92; Helen, 121; Leonard, 112; Mabel 

Helen Graham, 121 ; May, 112; Ralph, 92. 
Giles, Elizabeth, 58 ; James, 58. 
Gilley, Rosalie Emily, 164; Rev. William Stephen, 

164. 
Gillies, Hugh Cameron, 92. 
Gobat, James Timotheus, 19. 
Goddard, Bertha, 67 ; Caroline Elizabeth Gray, 66 ; 

Constance Elizabeth, 66 ; Dorothy Mary May, 67 ; 

Edgar Eayres, 67 ; Edward Arthur, 67 ; Edward 

Charlton Lethbridge, 67 ; Edward Delavan, 65 ; 

Elizabeth, 66 ; Emily Vanwart, 66 ; Emma, 67 ; 

Evelyn Maud, 66 ; Fanny Delavan, 65, 66 ; Fanny 

Pratt, 66 ; Frances, 66 ; Rev. Francis, 66 ; Francis 

Ambrose D'Oyley, 66 ; Rev. Francis Aspinwall, 

66 ; Francis Warren Morrison, 66 ; Frederick 
John May, 67 ; Gerald Henry George, 67 ; 
Guy, 67 ; Harriet, 65 ; Ida Pauline, 67 ; Isa- 
bella Octavia, 67 ; Jemima, 65 ; John May, 
66 ; Joseph, 65 ; Julia Bachope, 65 ; Lillian 
May, 67 ; Mary, 65 ; Mary Louisa May, 65 ; 
Millicent Agnes, 67; MInetta Elizabeth, 67; Rev. 
Nigel Ernie, 67 ; Rainald William Knightlcy, 66 ; 
Roland /Frederick Norton, 67; Roland William 
Henry, 67; Samuel Aspinwall, 65; Samuel May, 

67 ; Sara Beatrice Cornock D'Oyley, 66 ; Walter 
Giffard, 67; Rev. William Henry, 65. 



Going, Ann, 1 11; Robert, m. 

Goldsmith, Frances Emma, 143 ; Rev. Henry 

Delpratt, 143 ; Malcolm, 143 ; Marianne, 143. 
Goodman, John, 100; Mary, icx) ; Mary Anne, 100; 

Rev. Maurice Hiller, 100. 
Goodricke, Rev. Henry, 44 ; Sir Henry, Bart., 44; 

Margaret, 44; Mary, 44; Sarah, 44. 
Goolden, Edwin Richard, 90. 
Gore, Cecilia Anne Mary, 86 ; Charles Arthur, 86 ; 

Emma Sarah Clough, 45 ; Henry Pratt, 45. 
Gosling, Georgiana, 114; Harriet, 114; Mary, 114; 

Robert, 114. 
Gosselin, Amelie, 116; Elizabeth, 116; Emily Cathe- 
rine, 116; George, 116; Mrs. George, 116; Gerard 

Lipyeatt, 116. 
Gostling, Mar)', 116. 
Graham, Elizabeth, 76; Rev. Fergus, 76 ; Helen, 121; 

Jane, 76; Rev. William Hall, 121 ; Rev. William 

Paley, 76. 
Graham-Clarke, Jane Elizabeth, 86; John, 86. 
Grahamstown, Dean of, see Mee. 
Grant, Colonel Ewen, 105 ; Henrietta, 105 ; James 

Murray, 105 ; Mary Wilhelmina, 105 ; Thomas, 

Bishop of Southwark, 4. 
Granville, Lord, 105. 
Graves, Elizabeth, 34. 
Gray, Elizabeth, 149; Simeon, 149. 
Greaves, Dorothea Frances, no; Elizabeth, 134; 

George, 1 10. 
Greenwell, John, 70; Sarah, 70. 
Grenfell, Mary, 132; Pascoe, 132. 
Grew, Dorothy, 147. 

Griffith, Eliza Anne, 140; Rev. William, 140. 
Groom, Anne, 120; Thomas, 120. 
Grundy, Elizabeth, 52. 
Gunning, George, 96. 

Gurley, Elizabeth, 77 ; Colonel William, 77. 
Gwillym, Elizabeth, 150; Richard Atherton, 150. 



H 



Haffenden, Catharine, loS ; James, 108 ; Sophia 
Elizabeth, 108. 

Haistwell, Edward, 94; Eleonora, 94. 

Hale, Bernard, 77 ; Rev. Bernard George Richard, 
77; Charlotte Sarah, 77; Elizabeth, 77; Henrietta,47. 

Hall, Alice Elizabeth, 108 ; Benjamin, 1 1 ; Catherine 
Anne, 11; Cecil Haffenden, loS; Charles Kenrick, 
no; Dorothea Frances, no; Edith Sophia, no; 
Edward .-Vlgernon, 108, no ; Edward Rastall Dickin- 
son, 109 ; Fanny Louisa, 109 ; Rev. Frederick 
Dickinson, 108, 109 ; Gertrude Harriot, 108 ; 
Harriott, loS; Henry Robinson, 109; Jane Elizabeth, 
109 ; Mary Constance, I lo ; Mary Emily, 109 ; 
MaryGeorgina Caroline, loS ; Maurice James, no; 
Montagu Haffenden, 109 ; Randle, 37 ; Reginald 
Allgood, 109 ; Sarah, 37 ; Sophia Elizabeth, loS ; 
Thomas Dickinson, 108 ; Rev. Thomas Kenrick, 
no; William Henry, 108. 

Halton, Margaret, 165; Rev. Thomas, 165. 

Hamilton, .'Alexander West, 142 ; Chadotte, 142 ; 
Henry de Courcy, 114. 

Hammersley, Anne, 99. 

Hammond, Fanny, 14S ; Henry, 14S. 

Hanson, Sarah, nS; William, n5. 

Harding, Jane, 140; William, 140. 

Hardinge, Frances, 160; Frederick, 160. 

Harington, Sir Henry Byng, 46; Henry H., 46; 
Sarah Ann Russell, 46. 

Harris, Georgiana, 120; Gertrude Emily, 59; John, 
120; Richard, 59; William John, 48. 

Harrison, Anna, 44 ; Robert, 44 ; Sophia Mary, 44 ; 
Rev. Thomas, 44. 

Harpur, Amelia Gould, 146; Elizabeth, 66; Joseph, 
146; Maria, 146; Thomas, 66. 

Hartley, Cecilia, 131; Thomas, 131. 



Harvey, Fanny Elizabeth, I iS; Frances, 134; Frances 

Fox,i34; Hannah, iiS; Richard Coward, 118; Rev. 

Thomas Tegg, 118; Rev. William Woodis, 134. 
Hassell, Charlotte Eleanor Mary, in; Richard, III. 
Hatfeild, Anne, 118, 119, 122; Charles Taddy, 123; 

Emma, 123; John, 117-119, 122, 123; Maud 

Harriet Sinclair, 123; Sarah, 117, 123. 
Hatton, see Finch-Hatton. 
Flaviland, Alice Frances, 141 ; Frederick Henry, 141 ; 

Harriet Dora, 141; Rev. John, 141. 
Hawkins, Charlotte Ann, 112; Ellen, 82; John, 82; 

Letitia Jane, 82. 
Hawkesworth, Frances, 150; Walter Ramsden, 150. 
Hayne, Charlotte, 131 ; Rev. William, 131. 
Haynes, Ann, 69; Charlotte, 69; Henry Shekell, 

69; Samuel, 69; Samuel William, 69; Walter 

Illingworth, 69. 
Heap, Benjamin, 28; Edith, 28; Mary, 28. 
Heath, Rev. Joseph, 107; Mary, 107. 
Medley, Elizabeth Jane, 86 ; George, 76 ; Isabella, 

76; Jane Elizabeth, 86; Mary, 76; Robert, 86; 

Rev. Thomas, 76. 
Ilellier, w Shaw-Hellier. 
Hemery, James, 30; Mary, 30. 
Hext, Elizabeth Furnis, 134; Rev. George, 134 

Mary Constance, 134 ; Susannah Read, 75 ; 

Admiral William, 75. 
Hichens, Maria, 133; William, 133. 
Higham, Mary Ann, 33; Samuel, 33. 
Hilder, Martha, 84; Thomas, 84. 
Hilditch, Elizabeth, 37 ; Frances, 37 ; William, 37. 
Hill, Fanny, 140 ; William, 140. 
Hilson, A. A., 76 ; Alice, 76 ; Catherine, 76. 
Hilton, Hannah, 69 ; James, 69. 
Hincks, Rev. William, 2-6. 
Hodges, Elizabeth, 49. 
Hodgkinson, Alfred, 92. 

Hodgson, Braithwaite, 12; Jane Ellen, 12; Martha,i2. 
Holdsworth, Anne, 77; Arthur Bastard Eastabrooke, 

77 ; Constance Elizabeth, 7 ; Elizabeth, 7 

Samuel, 7. 
Hole, William Ferguson 146. 
Holland, David Hughes, 68 ; Mary Eleanor, 68. 
Homan, Frances, 99; Sir William, Jackson, Bart., 99. 
Homer, Emma, 160. 
Hornby, Albert F., 67 ; Bertha, 67; Edmund, 150; 

Jane, 141 ; Thomas, 141. 
Horndon, Barbara Christiana, 75 ; David William 

Hicks John, 75; Susannah Read, 75. 
Horrocks, .Vlicc, 141; Samuel, 141. 
Horsey, Hannah, 29 ; Samuel, 29. 
Horton, Ann, 49 ; Anne Elizabeth, 152; Benjamin, 

49; Frances Esther, 152; Colonel George William, 

152; Rev. George William, 152. 
Hudson, Anne Charlotte Amelia, 151 ; Charlotte, 151 ; 

Harrington George Frederic, 151. 
Hughes, David, 68; Mary Eleanor, 68. 
Hulston, Katharine, 59; Sarah, 59; Thomas, 59. 
Hume, Mary, 48. 

Ilunloke, Casilda, 150; Sir Henry, Bart., 150. 
Hunt, Charlotte, 142; Emma, 67; Harriet Susannah 

Ann, 140 ; Jane, 140 ; John, 67, 140 ; Mabel Louisa, 

142; Rev. Thomas, 140; Thomas Charles, 142; 

Rev. Thomas Henry, 142. 
llutchins, John, I ; Margaret, i. 
Hyde, Frances, 30; Thomas, 30. 



Illingworth, Ann, 69 ; William, 69. 

Inchbald, Anna, 44; Elias, 44. 

Ingram, Harriet, 109; James, 109. 

limes, James Henry, 106 ; Jeanie Mayhew, io6 ; 

Marianne, 106. 
Irwin, Acheson, 82 ; Anna, 82 ; Flora Adelaide, 82 ; 

Sir George, 82. 
Isaacson, Henrietta, 159; John, 159. 



J 

Jackson, Betty, 7; Emily Marsh, 49; Thomas, 7, 49. 
Jecks, Beatrice Mary, 29 ; Charles, 29 ; Hannah, 29. 
Jenkms, Elizabeth, 153; Frances, 130; Rev. Francis, 

130; Griffith, 153; Mary 130. 
Jenkyns, Mary, 44 ; Tobias, 44. 
Jenner, Alice Julia, 43 ; Anne, 41 ; Elizabeth Lewis, 

42; John, 42; Richard Bradfield, 43; Richard 

Messenger, 41 ; Sarah, 43. 
Johnson, Anne, 22 ; Elizabeth, 22 ; Rev. Jonathan, 

22. 
Johnston, Bellina Marianne, 100, 103 ; Charles, 100, 

103 ; Janet Cunninghame, 16; John Lindsay, 16. 
Jones, Myra, 29; Norman, 29; — , 139. 
Joseph, — , 89. 
Jope, Joanna, 129, 133 ; Rev. John, 129, 133 ; 

Mary, 129, 133. 
Joy, Emily Anne Jessie Macgregor, 164 ; Robert 

Augustus, 164, 165; Victoria Christiana Anne, 165. 



Kayll, Isabella, 19; John James, 19; Susan Maria, 19. 
Kekewich, Alice Agatha, 162 ; Charlotte, 162 ; 

Trehawke, 162. 
Kendall, Henry Edward, 5 ; Sophia, 5. 
Kendrick, Jane Theresa Louisa, 93 ; Kennedy, 93. 
Kennett, Arabella Henrietta, 62; Patricia Barrington, 

62 ; Vincent Frederick, 62. 
Kenrick, Rev. George, 3 ; Margaret, 3 ; Rev. 

Timothy, 3. 
Kenyon, Alice, 57; Roger, 57. 
Kersey, Miss, 33. 

Kettle, Emily Susannah, 49 ; Thomas Wells, 49. 
Keynes, Ann, 52 ; Mary Elizabeth, 52 ; Samuel, 52. 
King, Edward, 123; Susan, 123. 
Kintore, Eari of, 115. 
Knight, Eleanor Emma, 153; Emma, 153; Rev. 

Robert, 153 ; Rev. Robert Joseph, I02, 107. 
Kiichler, Bertha von, 55. 



Laing, James, 114; Mary 114. 

Lamb, Amelia Mary, 87 ; Georgiana Elizabeth, 87 ; 
Joseph, 87; Richard Westbrook, 87. 

lumpen, Fanny Pratt, 66; Joseph Skinner, 66. 

Llandaff, Bishop of, see OUivant. 

Lane, Ann, 52 ; Margaret, I ; Sarah Jane Ann, I ; 
Rev. Thomas, I. 

Langdon, Mary Ann, 142; William, 142. 

Langman, Ada Mary, 24 ; Anne, 24 ; Archie 
Lawrence, 26 ; Arthur Harold, 25 ; Blanche 
Eleanor Georgiana Darby, 26 ; Edith Mary, 26 ; 
Eleanor, 25 ; Eleanor James, 24 ; Ernest Joseph, 
24 ; Georgiana, 26 ; Gertrude Eleanor Winefred 
Khoda, 24 ; Hilda Margaret, 25 ; James, 26 ; 
John, 24; John Lawrence, 25, 26; Joseph, 24, 25 ; 
Mary, 24; .Mar)' Elsie Dorothy, 25; Mary Hannah, 
26 ; Phihp John, 24 ; PhiHp Lawrence, 26 ; Re- 
bekah, 25 ; Rebekah Eleanor Lawrence, 25 ; Rowena 
Mary Ada, 25 ; William, 24, 25 ; William James, 24. 

Langston, Elizabeth, 15; Rebecca, 15; SirStephen,l5. 

Latham, George William, 23. 

Law, David, 39 ; Sir Edward, 95 ; Matthew, 48 ; 
Temperance Sophia, 48. 

Lawrence, Agnes Harriette, 79 ; Annie Jane, 79 ; 
Alfred, 78, 79 ; Alfred Henry, 78, 79 ; Caroline, 
80 ; Caroline Aspland, 79 ; Edwin, 78, 79; Edwin 
.Smith, 80; Eleanor, 24; Eleanor James, 24; Ellen 
Mary, 79; Emma, 80; Frederick, 78, 79; Frederick 
William, 78, 79 ; James Clarke, 78 ; Sir James 
Cl.arke, B.-irt., 79 ; Jane, 78, 79 ; John, 24; Joseph, 
79 ; Mary, 78 ; Mary Elizabeth, 79 ; Theodora 
Agnes Clarke, 79; Thomas 78 ; William, 78, 80; 
Sir William, 78, 79 ; see also Duming-Lawrence. 



Lawson, Caroline, 115; Lawrence, 115. 

Laxton, John Henry, 87. ■ 

Leach, Elizabeth, 27 ; John, 86 ; Robert, 27 ; Sarah, 
27 ; Rev. Walter Burton, 27. 

Leaf, Margaret, 75; William, 75. 

Leathley, John, 16; Sarah, l6. 

Ledgard, Ada Elvira, 84 ; Ethel, 85 ; Florence Dyer, 
85 ; Frances Elizabeth, 84 ; Frances Elvira, 84 ; 
Frederic Thomas Durell, 85 j George, 84 ; George 
Polhill, 84; George Welch, 84; Henry, 85; 
Louisa, 84 ; Martha Frances, 84 ; Mary Dyer, 85 ; 
Kathaniel Polhill, 84; Susanna Pike, 84. 

Lee, Arabella Henrietta, 62 ; Edward Hughes, 
Baron Calabrella, 62. 

Lees, Charles, 146. 

Lefevre, Henry Francis Shaw, 115. 

Le Gallais, Colonel Alfred, 66; Evelyn Maud, 66. 

Le Geyt, Blanche, 46 ; Caroline, 46 ; Philip, 46. 

Le Marchant, Caroline, 116; Catherine Stephens, 
115; Colonel, 116; Denis, 116; Sir Gaspard, 116; 
Helen, 115; Major-General John Gaspard, 115; 
Lady, 1 15, 116; Mary, 115; Thomas, 116. 

Leigh, Fanny Penelope, 140; Frances, 140; Francis, 
140; James Heath, 140; Joseph, 140. 

Leightoh, William, 90. 

I^mpriere, Fanny, 118; Harriet, 118; \Yilliam 
Charles, 118. 

[Leveson-Gower] Lady Elizabeth Georgiana, 44 ; 
George Granville, Duke of Sutherland, 44. 

Lewer, Anne, 52 ; Edward, 52 ; Eliza Maria, 52. 

I^win, Alice, 1; Maria, i; Samuel, i. 

Lewis, Cecilia Basset, 130; Edwin, 62; Eliza, 42 ; 
Henrietta Frances Anne, 62; James, 41; William 
Howard, 62; Rev. William Price, 130. 

Lindsav, .Marianne, 148; Robert, 148. 

Little, 'Marianne, 143; Philip Moysey, 143. 

Livingstone, Eliza, 2 ; John, 2. 

Llewellyn, Catherine, 153 ; Catherine Anne, 153 ; 
Constantia Eleanor, 153; Dorothy Mary, 154; 
Edith Catherine, 153; Eleanor Caroline, 154; 
Eleanor Emma, 153 ; Elizabeth, 153 ; Griffith 
Robert Poyntz, 154; Harriet Annie, 154; Hopkin, 
153, 154; John lilandy, 154; Owen Knight, 154; 
Madilena .Maria, 154; Matilda Isabella, 154; Robert 
CJodfrey, 154 ; Robert William, 154 ; Rosamond 
Marv, 154; William, 153; William Hely, 154; 
Will'iam Herbert Clydwyn, 154. 

Lloyd, Ann, III ; Dania Jane, ill ; Edward, III ; 
Harriet, 147; Rev. John, 147; Samuel, 135, 13O; 
Sarah, 135, 136. 

Lockett, Alice Maria, 38 ; Edward Hilditch, 38 ; 
Frances, 37 ; Rev. Francis Hall, 37, 38 ; Frederick 
Hall, 38 ; George, 37 ; Harriet, 38 ; Henry Hil- 
ditch, 38 ; John, 37 ; John Cartwright, 37 ; Mary, 
37; Sarah, 37; Rev. William, 37 ; William Dudley, 
37- 

Lockhart, Sir William, 5. 

Lockwood, Mary, 19; Thomas, 19. 

Loftus, Lady Elizabeth, 96. 

Long, Mary, 74 ; Sir William, 74. 

Longman, Mcses, 52; Selina, 52. 

Longmore, Elizabeth, 81 ; Harriet, 81 ; John, 81 ; 
Joseph, 81 ; Mary, 81. 

LoiigstafT, Ann, 70 ; Beatrix Marie, 72 ; Cedric 
Llewellyn, 71; Charlotte Maria, 70; Cuthbert 
Dixon, 72; Daisy, 72; Edith Finch, 71; Edith 
Mary, 71 ; Edward. 71 ; Frederick Victor, 72 ; 
George, 70 ; George Elundell, 70, 71 ; George 
Dixon, 70 ! Gilbert Cunr.id, 72 ; Henrietta Maria, 
71; John, 71 ; Julia, 71; Katharine, 72: Llewellyn 
Wood, 70 ; Mabel, 71 ; Margaret, 72 ; Maria, 70 ; 
Mary Ann, 72 ; Mary Lydia, 70 ; Matthew, 70 ; 
Ralph, 72; Sara Learn, 71; Sarah, 70; Thomas, 
70, 72; Tom George, 71. 
Loraine, George, 103; Mary, 103. 
Loughborough, Albert Edmund, 46; Thomas, 46. 
Louttit, James, 93; Jane Milne, 93. 
Lovell, R. S., 140. 



Lovibond, Charlotte (Lottie), 52; Joseph W'illiams, 52. 

Lowe, Maria Sarah, 142; Samuel, 142. 

Lowthei, Rev. Gorges Paulin, 116. 

Lucke, Anna Bertha Jane Caroline, 55 ; Herman 

Lucy, James, 81; Mary, 81. 

Luson, Chades, 49; Hewling, 49, 50; John, 50; 

Mary Harriet, 50. 
Luttrell, Mrs. F., 96. 
Lynn, Gordon James, 48 ; Janet, 48 ; Rev. James, 

165; Rev. John Magnus, 48 ; Lucy Fakenham, 165; 

Mary, 48. 

M 

McCheney, Edwaid, 119; Josephine, 119. 

McClure, Isabella, 19; John, 19. 

McDermott, Benjamin K., 141; Frances Annie Mary, 
141. 

McKechney, Edith Emma, 61 ; William Charlton, 61. 

McLaren, Christiana, 160; William, 160. 

McLeod, Emilie, 76; Mary Ainslie, 76; Lieut. - 
General William Kelty, 76. 

McMahon, Fiederica, 45 ; Lieut. -General Sir Thomas, 
Bart., 45. 

Macdonald, Angus, 92 ; Frances Emma Maryon, 92 ; 
John Matheson, 91 ; Roderick, 92. 

Macleod, Anna Eliza, 91 ; General Norman, 91 ; 
Reginald, 90, 91 ; Sarah, 91. 

Macnab, Ale.xander, 133; Anne, 133. 

Macpherson, George, 63 ; Hilda Mary, 63. 

Magor, Elizabeth Furnis, 134; John Penberthy, 134. 

Maitland-Makgill-Crichton, David, 16; Esther, 16; 
Janet Cunninghame, 16. 

Mann, Elizabeth, 119; Rev. Horatio, 135, 136; John, 
119; Julia Lucy, 135, 136; Louisa, 136. 

Mansel, Fanny, 93 ; Frances Henrietta, 164 ; Har- 
riet Charlotte, 164 ; Rev. William, 164; Rev. Wil- 
liam John, 164; Rt. Rev. William Lort, Bishop of 
Bristol, 93. 

Marks, Ada Marv, 24; James, 24; Marj- Hannah, 
26. 

Marsh,- Howard, 91 ; Jane, 91 ; Sophia, 135 ; 
William Coxhead, 135. 

Marshall, Elizabeth, 126. 

[Marsham], Charles, Earl of Romney, 123 ; Lady 
Harriet, 123. 

Marten, Agatha, 62 ; Alfred Amberson Barrington, 
63 ; Alfred George, 61 ; Sir Alfred George, 62 ; 
Alice Anne, 63 ; Alice Frances Ida, 64 ; Alice 
Johanna, 61 ; Amy Corisande Arabella, 64 ; Anna 
Caroline, 60; .'\nna Elisabeth, 60; Anna Rose, 63 ; 
Anne, 61; Annie Ffreebairn, 64; Arthur Robert, 
59, 60, 62 ; Barbara, 60 ; Beatrice Mary, 61 ; 
Caroline Eisdell, 59; diaries, 58, 60; Chades 
Henry, 59-61 ; Clara, 63 ; Clarence Henry Kennelt, 
64 ; Dorothy, 60 ; Edith Emma, 61 ; Edward 
Bindon, 59, 63; Edward Dimmack, 61; Edward 
Ralph, 61 ; Eliza, 58 ; Eliza Warmington, 58 ; 
Elizabeth, 58, 59, 61 ; Ellen Louisa, 63 ; Ellen Mary, 
62 ; Ellen Rachel, 59 ; Emily, 62 ; Emma Maria, 
58, 59; Fanny Jane, 61 ; Fanny Lois, 63 ; Florence 
Eliza, 62 ; Frances Anne, 61 ; Francis Alfred, 
64; Frederick Charles, 60, 61 ; George, 58, 61 ; 
George Donaldson, 61; George Henry, 62; George 
Priestley, 61 ; Gerald Frank, 59 ; Gertrude Eliza- 
beth, 60; Gertrude Emily, 59; Gladys Katharine, 
59; Hannali,6o, 61 ; Harriet Louisa, 59 ; Henrietta 
Frances Anne, 62 ; Henry, 61 : Henry Iliinipluey, 
64; Henry lohn, 58. 61: Hilda Mary, 63; Hubert 
Bindon, 63 ; Isabel Caroline Patricia, 64 ; James, 
59 ; Jean -Monteilh, 64 ; John Thomas, 62 ; Kate 
Eliza, 59 ; Katharine SaraJi, 59 ; Lilian Jeannette, 
62; Louisa Sarah, 60; Mabel Bessie, 60; Maigaret, 
60; Martha, 58,61; Mary, 58, 59; Mary Elizabeth, 
59 ; Mary Helene, 62 ; Nathaniel, 58 ; Patricia 
"Barrington, 62; Rachel Sloane, 59; Robert Frank, 
59 ; Robert Giles, 58 ; Robert Humphrey, 58, 59, 



6l, 64 ; Rev. Robert Humphrey, 58 ; Robert 
Humphrey Cooke, 59 ; Sarah, 60 ; Sarah Hannah, 
59- 

Marter, Rev. Richard, 105 ; Major-General Richard 
James Combe, 105; Salome Catherine, 105. 

Martin, Anna, 82 ; Edward, 19 ; Emma Maria, 58 ; 
John, 82 ; Mary, 19, 146 ; Mary Edith, 19 ; 
William 146; Rev. William Lockwood, 16, 19. 

Mason, Helen, 115. 

Massingberd, Charles Burril, 114; Mrs., 114. 

Master, Alfred Edmund, 144 ; Alice, 141 ; Alice Eliza- 
beth, 142; Alice Frances, 141; Alice Mary, 142; 
Arthur Gilbert, 144; Augusta, 143; Augtista Emma, 
142; Augusta Sybella, 144; CaroHne Augusta, 140; 
Caroline EHzabeth, 141 ; Charles Francis, 143 ; 
Charles Gilbert, 144 ; Charles Onslow, 143 ; Ed- 
mund Mosley, 144 ; Edward Legh, 142 ; Eleanor 
Frances, 141; Eliza Anne, 140; Ehzabeth, 139; 
Elizabeth Ann, 139 ; Elizabeth Octavia, 144 ; 
Emily, 143; Emily Florence, 144; Emma CaroHne, 
144 ; Fanny Penelope, 140 ; Florentia Sale, 141 ; 
Frances Annie Mary, 141 ; Frances Emma, 143 ; 
Frances Mary, 139-141 ; Frances Sophia, 142 ; 
George Gilbert, 143; Rev. George Streynsham, 
139, 140, 142; Georgiana Penelope Hannah, 142; 
Gertrude Ada, 142 ; Gertrude Emma, 143 ; Rev. 
Gilbert Coventry, 141 ; Gilbert William, 143 ; 
Harold Onslow, 144 ; Harriet Susannah Ann, 140 ; 
Hilda Violet, 143 ; Rev. James Streynsham, 140, 
141 ; John, 140 ; John Henry, 142, 143 ; Mabel 
Louisa, 142; Margaret Penelope, 142 ; Mary Alicia, 
141 ; Mildred Estella Sybella, 143 ; Oswald, 142 ; 
Rev. Oswald, 139, 142 ; Oswald Ernest, 144 ; 
Rev. Robert, 139; Robert Edward, 141-143; Rev. 
Robert Mosley, 139, 140; Ven^''^ Robert Mosley, 
139; Streynsham, 139; Rev. Streynsham, 139; 
Streynsham Mosley, 139, 140; Streynsham Robert, 
144 ; Thomas Mosley, 144 ; Wilhelmina, 143 ; 
Winifred Maude, 143. 

Master-Whitaker, Rev. Alfred, 144; Mary Charlotte, 
144. 

Matheson, Sir Alexander, Bart., 91 ; Donald, 91 ; 
Eleanor Irving, 91 ; John, 91 ; Margaret, 91. 

Mathias, Thomas James, 92. 

Matlis, Alice, 121, 124; Martha, 121, 124; Nicholas, 
121, 124. 

Matthews, Alice Johanna, 61 ; Eliza Theodora, 61 ; 
Marmaduke, 61 ; Marmaduke Capper, 61. 

Maycock, Ann, 49 ; Hannah, 49 ; Hannah Emily, 
50 ; John, 49 ; Sarah, 50 ; Thomas, 50. 

Mayhew, John, 33 ; Mary, 33 ; Sarah, 33. 

Mee, Alice Anne, 63 ; Rev. Edward Melford, 62 ; 
Eleanor, 63 ; Ellen Mary, 62 ; John, 62 ; Very 
Rev. John, Dean of Grahamstown, 61, 63; Rev. 
John Henr)', 62, 63. 

Merritt, Phillip, 22 ; Sarah, 22. 

Michael, Amelia Mary, 87 ; Joseph Westbrook, 87. 

Middleton, Elizabeth Anne, 93 ; James, 93; — , 141, 
143. "44- 

Miller, Adolphus, 149; Bessie Emily, 115; Caroline, 
115; Georgiana Mary, 1 49 ; William Gibson, 115. 

Milnes, Ellen, 7; Hannah, 7; William, 7. 

Mills, Emily Kate, S3 ; James, 83. 

Mills-King, Matilda, 83 ; Michael, S3. 

Miloro, Anne, 133; Chevalier Giorgio, 133; Maria 
Adelaide, 133. 

Molesworth, Major-General Hickman Thomas, 148 ; 
Marianne, 148; May, 148; Robert, Viscount, loi, 
105; Salome Laetitia, loi, 105; William, loi, 105. 

Molyneux, Rt. Hon"'' Sir Capel, Bart. , 48 ; Marianne, 
48. 

Moncrieff, iee Scott-MoncriefT. 

Montagu, Matthew, 94; Mrs. M., 90. 

Monteith, Annie Ffreebairn, 64 ; Thomas Ffreebuirn, 
64. 

Moore, Elizabeth, 123; Emily, 114; Isabel, 163; 
James Stewart, 123; John, 114; Lieut. Colonel, 
163; Mary Jane, 120; William Thomas, 120. 



Morgan, Ann, 70; Mary, i; William, I. 

Morell, Sophia, iii; Rev. Stephen, in. 

Mortimer, Caroline Octavia, 34; Frances, 34; Frances 
Elizabeth, 35 ; Joseph, 34, 35. 

Moseley, Rev. Robert, 46; Sarah, 46. 

Mosley', Alice Elizabeth, 142 j Elizabeth, 139 ; 
Frances, 140 ; Frances Mary, 139 ; Sir John 
Parker, Bart., 131, 139; Maria Sarah, 142; Sir 
Oswald, Bart., 140; William Bayley, 142. 

Mourant, Sophia, 114. 

Mumford, George, 21; Maria, 21. 

Murray, Mary Louisa, 96 ; Rt. Rev. George, Bishop 
of Rochester, 96. 

Myddleton, Elizabeth, 105 ; Robert Wharton, 105. 



N 



Nankivell, John Thomas, 135 ; Mary Frances, 135. 

Naunton, Margarett, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Negus, Edith Mary, 88; James, 88; Mary, 88; 
Sarah, 88 ; Thomas, 88 ; Thomas Addison, 88. 

Nelson, Lord, 41. 

Newland, Augusta, 74 ; Mary, 74 ; Robert Bingham, 
74- 

Newton, Rev. Benjamin, 99 ; Caroline Eleanor, 99 ; 
Edward Hotham, 144; Elizabeth, 144; Isabella, 144. 

Norris, Alice Margaret, III; Annie, 112; Annie 
Harriet, in; Arthur Edward, 112; Charles, III; 
Rev. Charles, III; Rev. Charles Lloyd, 112; 
Dania Jane, in ; Eleanor Ina, in ; Emily 
Lloyd, in; Rev. George, in; George Hassell, 
112; George Lloyd, 112; Halcyon Ina, 112; 
Harriet Frances, in; Hassell, in; Lilian Mabel, 
112; Marion Joyce, 112; Marjorie, 112; May, 
112; Robert, 112; Sophia Morell, in; William, 
in, 112; William Edward, 112; WiUiam Forbes, 
112. 

Northampton, Countess of, 92. 

Norton, Ellen Anne, 92 ; Owens, 92. 

Nunes, Alice, I. 



Oakley, Benjamin, 28; Christiana, 28. 

O'Beirne, Emily Jane, 47 ; Henrietta, 47 ; James 
Hamilton, 47. 

O'Brien, Elinor Catherine Jane Alicia Lucy, 94 ; 
Mary Ellen Vere, 94 ; Hon"" Robert, 94. 

Oliver, Harriet Charlotte, 164; Laver, 164; William 
Henry, 47. 

Ollivant, Alfred, 17; Colonel Alfred, 16; Rt. Rev. 
Alfred, Bishop of Llandaff, 15, 16, 19; Alfred 
Henr)', 16; Alice Elizabeth, iS; Alicia Frances, 
19; Alicia Olivia, 15; Arthur Beresford, 17; 
Augusta, 16; Catharine, 17; Charles Henry, 17; 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 15; Edward, 17; Edward 
Albert, 15; Colonel Edward Albert, 17; Rev. 
Edward, 19; Sir Edward Charles Kayll, 18, 19; 
Elizabeth, 15; Elizabeth Augusta, 19; Elizabeth 
Earle, 16 ; Emily Chambers, 18 ; Erasmus, 16 ; 
Frances, 17 ; Georgina Frances, l^ ; Janet 
Cunninghame, 16 ; John, 15 ; John Spencer, 17 ; 
Joseph Earle, 15-17; Katharine Frances, 17; 
Katherine Amelia, 19 ; Langston, 15 ; Lionel 
Arthur Edward, i8 ; Louisa Rebecca, 18 ; Lucy 
CaroUne, 18; Mabel, 18; Margaret Elizabeth, 17; 
Mary Clementina, :6 ; Mary Edith, 19 ; Nigel 
Christopher, 18; Rupert Charles, 18; Septimus, 
16; Susan Maria, 19; William, 15, 16; William 
Edward, iS; William Spencer, 16. 

Onslow, Arthur, 41 ; Elizabeth, 144; Emma Caroline, 
144; Mr. Sergeant, 42; Thomas, 144. 

Ormc, George, 47 ; Margaret Hester Deerbrooke, 
47; William, 47. 

Ormston, Ann, 86 ; Jonathan, 86. 

Ottley, Drewry, 73; Elizabeth, 73. 

Owen, Elizabeth Vincent, 27; William Haddon, 27. 



Paley, Jane, 76; Ven"' William, 76. 

Palfrey, Frances Sophia, 142 ; James, 142 ; James 
Douglas, 142; Mary Ann, 142. 

Palmer, Amelia, 48 ; Ellen Olymphia, 48 ; John, 48 ; 
Samuel William Popham, 48; Temperance Sophia, 
48; William Popham, 48. 

Park, George, 74, 77 ; Hon'''' Sir James Allan, 34 ; 
Lucy, 34; Sarah, 74, 77. 

Parker, Amelia, 164 ; Caroline Violet, 74 ; Rev. 
Christopher, 74 ; Elizabeth Myra, 50 ; Ellen, 50 ; 
Isabell Ann, 164 ; John Knubley, 74 ; Robert, 
50; Samuel, 164; Sarah, 74. 

Parkes, Alexander, 69; Ann, 69. 

Parkinson, Christopher, 113; John, 113; Mary, 113; 
Sarah, 113. 

Parsons, Sarah, 122; Thomas, 122. 

Parry, Rt. Kev. Edward, Bishop of Dover, 1 5. 

Patient, Mary, 100. 

Patmore, Elizabeth, 91 ; James, 91. 

Pattison, George Handasyde, 146; Mary, 146; Mary 
Elizabeth, 146. 

Paulet, Charles, Duke of Bolton, 44; Mary, 44. 

PauU, Amelia, 107 ; Charlotte Sophia, 107 ; Jolm 
Richards, 107. 

Payn, James, 137; Madeline, 137. 

Payne, Alfred, 58 ; Ann, 58; EUza Warmington, 58 ; 
Richard, 58. 

Paynter, Charles, 84; Josepha Teresa Elvira, 84. 

Peacock, Sir Barnes, 46; Emily,46; Henry Phipson, 46. 

Peake, Mary, 85; William, 86. 

Pelly, John Gurney, loi, 105. 

Peard, Charlotte, 162; Captain George Shuldham, 
R.N., 162. 

Pears, Agnes Marion, 107 ; Alfred Augustus, 102 ; 
Alicia Mary, 107 ; Alice Elizabeth, 105 ; Alice 
Rosetta, 100-; Anna Maria, loi, 105 ; Colonel 
Arnold Christian, loi, 105; Arnold ffolliott, 100; 
Arnold Maurice, 105 ; Arthur, 104 ; Arthur 
Grant, 106 ; Arthur Luard, 106 ; Bellina Mari- 
anne, 100, 103 ; Bellina Muriel, 103 ; Bertha, 
loi ; Bertha Gorgiana, lOl ; Caroline Margaretta, 
102; C.i: -nil' I ii.jl" Ih, 107; Catherine Temple, 
102, m; ; I I, 1 iiiiiiid, 106 ; Charles ffolliott, 
100; (I I I, , [liie, 103; Charles Steuart, 

106; I i, il, , \\ 1:11 ],;.], 100; Charles William, 
102; Cli:irl(.tte Si'phia, 107; Clare Helen, 106; 
Dorothy Prudence Jessie, 106; Edith, 103; Edmund 
Radcliffe, 106 ; Edmund Randolph, 106 ; Rev. 
Edmund Ward, 102 ; Edward John, 102 ; Eleanor 
Cecilia, 107 ; Elizabeth, 99 ; Elizabeth Rosamund, 
106; Elizabeth Winch, 99; Ellen Margaret, 104; 
Evelyn Katharine, 106 ; Frances, 102 ; Frances 
Cecilia, 99 ; Frederica, 104 ; Georgiana, 99 ; 
Georgina Eliot, 100; Gladys Catherine Constance, 
107; Harriette, 102; Helen Bethea, 104; Helen 
Charlotte Cecilia, 107; Helen Gladys, 104; Henry 
Temple, 102, 107 ; Hugh John Chevallier, 107 ; 
Hugh Vaughan, 107; Ida Rosamund, 106; James, 
99; Rev. James, 99, 103, 105, 107 ; James George, 
99 ; James Grant, 100 ; James Henry Steuart, 99, 
100; James Maurice, 103; James Moyle, 105; Rev. 
James Robert, 99 ; Jessie Elizabeth, 106 ; Kate 
O'Neill, 100; Katherine Maud, 106; Maria Cecilia 
KnoUis, loi ; Maria Salome, ro3, 106 ; Margaret 
Isabel, 106; Mary, 99, 103, 107; Mary Anne, 100; 
Mary Barbara, 100; Mary Elizabeth, 100, 103 ; Mary 
Wilhelmina, 105 ; Maurice Arnold, 105 ; Maurice 
Loraine, 103; Olive Dorothy Temple, 107; Philip 
Raymond, 101; Philip Walter, loi ; Salome, lOl, 
105; Salome Catherine, 105; Steuart, 107; Rev. 
Steuart Adolphus, 99, 102, 107 ; Steuart Arnold, 
106 ; Steuart Durand, 106 ; Steuart Edmund, 102, 
103 ; .Susan Elizabeth, loi ; Thomas Caldwell, 
104; Thomas Humphrey, 104; Major-General Sir 
Thomas Townsend, 100, 103, 106, 107; William 
Henry, 100. 



Pearson, Ellen Fanny, 48; Hugh, 48; Colonel Hugh 

Pearce, 48 ; Jane Augusta, 48. 
Perceval, Agnes Laura, 96 ; Alfred Spencer, 96 ; 
Alice Frederica, 95 ; Amy, 93 ; Anna, 93 ; Anna 
Eliza, 91 ; Anna Selina Lesley, 95; Anne Jane, 90, 
91 ; Hont'" and Rev. Arthur Philip, 90 ; Rev. 
Ascelin Spencer, 93; Beatrice, 95, 96; Catherine, 
89 ; Catherine Isabella, 93 ; Catherine Mary, 93 ; 
Cecil Henry Spencer, 96 ; Charles, 91 ; Charies 
Augustus Trevelyan, 93 ; Charles George, Lord 
Arden, 89, 90 ; Charles Spencer, 94 ; Christina 
Jane, 93 ; Clara, 93 ; Dudley, 94 ; Dudley 
Montagu, 94 ; Edith, 94 ; Edmund Dudley 
Spencer, 96 ; Edward, 94 ; Hon'''" Edward, 90 ; 
Eleanor Irving, 91 ; Elizabeth, 93 ; Elizabeth 
Anne, 93 ; Ellen Anne, 92 ; Ellen Mary, 94 ; 
Emily Isabella, 90 ; Emma, 92, 93 ; Emma 
Catherine, 96 ; Emma Johanna, 93 ; Ernest Au- 
gustus, 90, 92, 95, 96 ; Fanny, 93 ; Fanny Louisa 
Charlotte, 95; Fanny Sarah, 90 ; Frances, 90; Lady 
Frances, 91; Frances Emma Maryon, 92 ; Frederica 
Elizabeth, 96 ; Frederica Fanny, 96 ; Frederica Mary 
Jane, 92 ; Frederick James, 92 ; Frederick Joseph 
Trevelyan, 92; George Drummond Ince, 92 ; George 
Ernest Spencer, 92 ; Helen Margaret, 91; Henrietta 
Mary Murray, 96 ; Rev. Henry, 93 ; Henry Spencer, 
93; Hugh Spencer, 96; Isabel Jane, 94; Isabella, 
95 ; James Francis Horatio, 93 ; James Wilde 
Godfrey, 93; Jane, 89-91; Jane Beatrice, 95; Jane 
Maria, 95 ; Jane Milne, 93 ; Jane Theresa Louisa, 
93 ; John, Earl of Egmont, 89, 93, 95 ; John 
Spencer, 91 ; John Thomas, 92, 95 ; . Lilian, 93 ; 
Louisa, 90, 96 ; Louisa Harriet, 96 ; Margaret, 94 ; 
Lady Margaret, 90, 95 ; Margaretta Elizabeth, 
Baroness Arden, 89, 90 ; Maria, 90 ; Maria Anne, 
90 ; Marianne, 92 ; Lady Mary, 93 ; Mary, 92 ; 
Mary Ellen Vere, 94 ; Mary Jane, 94 ; Montagu 
William Cairns, 92, 93; Norman Spencer, 90, 91; 
Roger, 89 ; Selina Maria, 95 ; Rt. Hon'>'|' Spencer, 
89, 95 ; Spencer, 89, 90-92 ; Spencer Frederick 
John, 92 ; Spencer George, 96 ; Spencer Ralph, 93. 

PeVkin, Louisa Gertrude, :i8 ; Robert Thornton, 118. 

Perth, Dean of, see Fortescue. 

Pettit, George, 21; Marianne, 21. 

Pierce, Edward, 43 ; Sarah, 43. 

Pierce-Seaman, Benjamin Cruttal, 43. 

Pile, Martha, 39. 

Pilkington, James, 61 ; Martha, 61 ; William, 61. 

PiUey, Annie Harriet, 7 ; Frederick Homshaw, 7 ; 
Mar)' Ann, 7. 

Place, Catherine, 153; Thomas Dumayne, 153. 

Piatt, Alice, 151 ; Anne, 148; Charlotte Le Gendre, 
151 ; James Edward, 151; John, 148, 151. 

Plume, Annie Mary, 119; Charlotte, 119; Rev. 
Edmund Frederic, 119; Rev. WiUiam Henry, 119. 

Polhill, Martha, 84; Martha Frances, 84; Nathaniel, 
84. 

Polkemmet, Hon'''" William Baillie, Lord, 161 ; see 
also Baillie. 

Ponsonby, Lady Maria, 1 1 J. 

Porter, Bartholomew, 70; John Henry, 68; Letitia, 
68; Maria, 70. 

Powell, Caroline, 33 ; David, 33 ; Mary Elizabeth, 
59 ; Thomas Wilde, 59, 60. 

Power, Charlotte Jane, 40; John, 40. 

Poyntz, Mary Elizabeth, 154. 

Pratt, Henrietta Mary Murray, 96 ; Rev. Jermyn 
96; Mary Louisa, 96. 

Preedy, Rev. Benjamin, 150; Chariotte, 150. 

Preston, Catherina, 135; Richard, 135. 

Price, Elizabeth, 12; John, 12; John Spencer, 12; 
Sarah, 12. 

Pricr, Elizabeth, 39 ; James, 39 ; Louisa, 39. 

Prill. I.1M-, Anna, 107: Dr., 107. 

\'\\\- . 1 1 , . 102; Colonel Henry I'ercy, 162. 

I'lii , I \iiliur Wykeham, 114. 

I'll, 1 ih, log'; Florence Maude, 119; 

W illi.un. l-n, I 10. 



178 



Quarles, Alice, 121, 124; Martha, 121, 124; Thomas, 

121, 124. 
Quin, Patrick John, 45. 



RadclifTe, Alice, 151 ; Flora MacDonnell, 4 ; James, 

99, 103, 105, 107; Sir Joseph, Bart., 4; Maiy, 99, 

103, 105, 107; Samuel, 151. 
Railton, Edward, 74 ; Sarah, 74. 
Ramsay, Sir Alexander, Bart., 160, 162; Elizabeth, 

160, 162 ; Jane, 160 ; Mary, 160. 
Randolph, Hon^ie Anne, 123 ; Beatrice Mary Hat- 

feild, 123; Rev. John Hugh Granville, 123; Rev. 

Leveson Cyril, 123. 
Ransome, Charlotte Louisa, 21 ; Helen Charlotte, 

21 ; Robert James, 21. 
Rasch, Frederick Charles Louis, 48. 
Raven, Frances, 66; Rev. James, 66. 
Ravenhill, Mary Frances Vincent, 27 ; Rev. Thomas 

Holmes, 27 ; William Holmes, 27. 
Rawlings, Caroline, 131 ; Susanna, 131 ; Rev. 

William, 131. 
Read, Jemima Jane, 70; Thomas, 70. 
Reade, Charles, 37 ; Sarah, 37. 
Redwood, Anne, 41 ; Stephen Richard, 41.' 
Reed, Ann Isabella, 146 ; Edmund Martin, 46 ; 

Jane Harman, 46 ; Lilian, 46 ; Rev. Martin, 

46. 
Reid, Harriet, 118; Sir Thomas, Bart., 118. 
Reeves, Mar)-, 58 ; Thomas, 58. 
Reynolds, Jacob, loi, 105 ; Rachel, loi, 105 ; 

Sarah, 73. 
Richardson, Isabella, 76. 
Riches, Maria, 125. 
Ricketts, Augusta Sybella, 144 ; Colonel George 

Poyntz, 144 ; Colonel Montague Poyntz, 144. 
Rickman, Ann, 58. 

Ridge, Henry, 79; Mary Elizabeth, 79. 
Ridley, Bridget, 162; Eliza, 160, 162; Ellen, 160; 

John, 160, 162. 
Ridout, Arthur George, 115 ; Beaujolois Mabel, 115 ; 

Rev. George, 115; Sophia Louisa, 115. 
Rivers, Lord, 28. 
Rix, Denny, 42 ; Elizabeth, 42 ; George, 42 ; Zachariah 

Rice, 42. 
Roberts, Anne, 54 ; Charles, 144 ; Elizabeth, 144 ; 

Joseph, 54; Mary, 54 ; Thomas Vaughan, 90. 
Roberts- West, Algernon Claude Philip, 55 ; Alicia 

Lucretia Marianne Emily Bertha, 55 ; Ann, 55 ; 

Anna Bertha Jane Caroline, 55 ; Anne, 54; Archer, 

56; Charles Raymond, 56; Charles Robert, 54-56; 

Edeline, 56; Eleanor Cecil, 56; Elizabeth, 54; 

Elisabeth Anne, 55 ; Elizabeth Louisa, 54 ; Flo- 
rence Dalton, 56 ; Gwendoline Mabel, 56 ; Gwen- 

doHne Vega, 55 ; Harry Charles John, 55 ; Henrietta 

Anne, 54 ; Irene Geraldine, 56 ; James, 54 ; James 

Bowmont, 55 ; Leonard, 56 ; Maud, 56 ; Philip 

Alfred, 55; Philip Douglas, 56; Philip Joseph, 55; 

Reginald Montagu, 55. 
Robins, Henry Edward, 22. 
Robinson, Agnes, 33; Eliza, 33; Eliz^abeth, 109, 123; 

Elizabeth Anne, 123; Georgina Julia, 33; Henry, 

109; Jane Elizabeth, 109; Rev. John, 144; 

Margaret Nowell, 144; Mary, 147; Nathaniel, 33; 

Sarah, 33 ; Rev. Thomas, 3^ ; Thomas Sinclair, 

123. 
Robson, Joseph, 71 ; Joseph John, 71 ; Julia, 71. 
Roby, Dorothy, 147 ; Hannah, 147 ; Rev. John, 

147. 
Rochester, Bishop of, see Murray. 
Rodd, Francis, 129, 133; Harriet, 129, 133. 
Rodon, Hon'"' Mr., 42. 



Rogers, Adelaide Maude, 133 ; Agnes Denise, 138 ; 
AliceTrevelyan, 136; .\ndrewTrevarthian,l35; Ann, 
129; Anna, 134; Anne,i3o; Arthur,!35; Augusta 
Mary, 135; Aurelia, 131; Avis Maud, 134; Bar- 
bara, 131; Caroline, 131; Catharine, 131; Cathe- 
rine Elizabeth, 136; Catherine Mary, 138; Cecilia, 
131 ; Cecilia Basset, 130; Cecilia Hart, 138 ; Charles 
Andrew, 134; Rev. Charles Fursdon, 134; Charles 
Gilbert, 138 ; Charles Reginald Saltren, 137 ; 
Charles William, 131; Charlotte, 138; Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 136; Charlotte Grenfell Bridgeman, 131; 
Charlotte Mary Grenfell, 132 ; Claude Somerset, 
138; Constance Louisa Grace, 136; David, 130; 
David Howell, 132 ; Dorothy Eugenia, 138 ; Douglas 
Peverell, 134; Edith Mary, 136; Edward, 138; 
Edward Ambrose Gordon, 134; Eleanor, 132; 
Elizabeth, 132; Ellinor, 131; Elsie Margaret, 133; 
Rev. Enys Henry, 137; Ernest, 138; Eugenia, 137; 
Fanny Rose, 136; Frances, 130; Frances Anne, 1 30 ; 
Frances Denise, 136; Frances Fox, 134; Frances 
Jane, 138; Francis, 130, 131; Francis Basset, 137; 
Francis St. Aubyn, 131; Captain Frederick, R.N., 
130-132; Frederick Evelyn, 137; Frederick John, 
130; Frederick William, 138; Frederick Willyams, 
132; Rev. Gerard Saltren, 135; Gladys Evelyn, 135; 
Grace, 129, 133; Harriet EUinor, 136; Hender, 130; 
Captain Henry, R.N., 132, 137 ; Henry Cornwallis, 
136; Henry Peverell, 138; Hester Marian, 138; 
Horace Trevelyan, 136; Hugh, 129, 136; Rev. 
Hugh, 129, 130; Hugh Henry, 136; Hugh Hext, 
134 ; Rev. Hugh St. Aubyn, 130 ; Hugh Stuart, 
131; J. T., 116; Jane Mary, 137; John, 129, 
I33> 137; Rev. John, 129, 133; John Davis, 
138; John Lionel, 133; John Jope, 129, 132, 
133 ; John Percival, 137 ; John Peverell, 133 ; 
138 ; Julia Beatrice, 135 ; Julia Lucy, 136 ; 
Juliet Evelyn Mary, 137 ; Rev. Kenneth St. 
Aubyn, 138 ; Laura Augusta, 131 ; Leonard, 
138; Louisa Caroline, 135; Lucretia Gwendoline 
Laura, 132; Lucy, 132; Madeline, 137; Mar- 
garet, 129, 130, 133; Margaret Eyre, 131 ; Margaret 
Hichens, 134; Margaret Lucy, 130; Maria, 133, 
136; Maria Adelaide, 133; Maria Maude, 135; 
Maria Theresa, 132; Mary, 129, 131, 133, 136; 
Mary Constance, 134 ; Mary Elisabeth, 137 ; Mary 
Ellen Oldfield, 135 ; Mary Fiances, 135 ; Mary 
Sophia, 131; Mary Wilmot, 134; Milicent Evelyn, 
137 ; Murial Vernon, 135 ; Muriel Margaret, 134 ; 
Philip Morton, 137; Phihp Powys, 136; Ralph 
Baron, 134; Reginald, 129, 131-135; Rev. Reginald 
Basset, 130, 131, 132; Reginald Nankivell, 132, 
134-136; Reginald William Scott, 135; Robert 
Henry, 136; Robert Peverell, 133; Rev. Saltren, 
132, 136; Sarah Louisa, 137; Sibyl, 137; Walter, 
137 ; William, 132 ; Rev. William, 133, 134 ; 
William Frederick Charles, 137; William Hender 
Molesworth, 132; Winifred Marion, 135; Woodis 
Pascal, 134. 

Romney, Anna Maria, 34 ; Elizabeth, 34 ; Thoma.s, 
34; Charles, Earl of, 123; see Marsham. 

Ross, General, 96; Mrs., 95; Sir William, 73. 

Rowlandson, Elizabeth Rosamund, 106 ; Frederick, 
106. 

Rowsse, Anthony, 78; Jane, 78. 

Rundle, Alice Mary, I42; Mary, 142; Thomas, 142; 
Rev. Thomas Sole, 142. 

Rushout, Rt. Hon'''« Sir John, Bart., 89. 

Russell, Artemidorus Cromwell, 75 ; Avarilla Aphr 
75 ; Avarilla Oliveria Cromwell, 75 ; Eliza, 88 : 
Francis, 160 ; Lady Frankland, 96 ; Jane, 160 ; 
John, 88; Mary, 88. 

Ruxton, Alice Mary, 163 ; Rev. Frederick Augustus 
Dashwood, 163 ; Rev. Frederick Wardell, 163 ; 
Isabel, 163. 

Ryan, Edward Francis Maxwell, 45. 

Ryder, Rt. Hon"' Dudley, 94; Hon'''' .Mrs., 94; 
Hon'''" Richard, 92. 

Ryland, Anne, 68 ; John, 68. 



St. Aubyn, Sir John, Bart., 129; Margaret, 129. 

Sale- Barker, Florence Dyer, 85 ; Horace Drummond 
Maurice, 85; J., 85. 

Salisbury, Marquess of, see Cecil'. 

Salmon, Mary Elizaljcth, 100; Peter, 131; Susanna, 
131- 

Saltren, Christopher, 129, 133; Joanna, 129, 133. 

Sanderson, Elizabeth, 86. 

Sandys, Catherine, 165 ; Edwin William, 165 ; Eliza 
Ridley, 165; Rev. William Travis, 165. 

Saunders, Alicia Lucretia Marianne Emily Bertha, 
55 ; Berlha, 55 • Colonel von, 55. 

Sawj'er, Jemima Jane, 70; Mary Lydia, 70; Thomas 
William, 70. 

Scariett, Agnes, 5 ; Lieut. -General the Hon"= Sir 
James Yorke, 52. 

Schepeler, George, 60 ; Johanna Sybille, 60. 

Scholefield, Elizabeth, 7 ; James, 7. 

Scott, John, 39. 

Scott-Moncrieff, Alexander Pringle, 60 ; Anna Caro- 
line, 60; Elizabeth, 60; Robert Henry, 60. 

Seaborne, Marianne, 40 ; Matthew Philip, 40. 

Seaman, see Pierce Seaman. 

Seeker, Betty, 7 ; Elizabeth Jackson, 7 ; William, 7. 

Sexton, Ann, 21 ; Ellen Maria, 21 ; Ellen Matilda, 
21; George, 21; George Frost, 21; George Mum- 
ford, 21 ; Helen Charlotte, 21 ; Henry Robert, 2i ; 
Isaac, 21; Maria, 21; Marianne, 21; Osyth Ran- 
some, 21 ; William Robert, 2i. 

Shales, Ellen Race, 125; Mary, 125; William, 125. 

Shaw, Clara, 137; Henry, 61; Julia, 136; Martha, 
61; Rev. Morton, 137; Sybil, 137. 

Shaw-Hellier, James, 62; Mary, 62. 

Shekell, Ann, 68; Charlotte, 68, 69; Rev. Edleston 
Boimer, 69; Elizabeth, 68; Frances, 69; Hannah, 
69 ; Harriot, 69 ; Hilton Chambers, 69 ; John 
Bonner, 69 ; John Hilton, 69 ; L^titia, 69 ; 
Letitia, 68 ; Mary Anne, 69 ; Mary Hannah, 69 ; 
Priscilla, 68; Sarah, 68; Thomas, 68, 69; Thomas 
Stevens, 69; William, 68; William Bonner, 68. 

Shellard, Fanny Jane, 61 ; Joseph, 61 ; Susannah, 61. 

Short, Emily, 40. 

Shortland, Edward, 137; Eugenia, 137. 

Skinner, Mary, 75; Nicholas, 75. 

Slade, Elizabeth, Il6j John, ri6. 

Sloane-Stanley, Florence Laura, 17; Rev. George, 
17- 

Smelt, Amelia, 48 ; Arthur, 48. 

Sniirthwaite, Ellen, 7. 

Smith, Ada, 81 ; Ada Constance Georgina, 83 : 
Agnes, 82 ; Agnes Helen, 82 ; Alexander George, 
81, 83 ; Alice Gertrude Sophia, 83 ; Caroline, 81, 83 
Chariolte, 81 ; Edith Jane, 80 ; Elizabeth, 73, 81 ; 
Elizabeth Watts, 81, 83; Ellen Margaret, 104; Emily 
Kate, 83 ; Flora Adelaide, 82 ; Frances Mary, 83, 
139; George, 81, 139; Harriet, 81 ; Helen Eliza 
beth Calpe, 81 ; Henry Etherington, 104 ; Jacob, 
81 ; Jemina, 80; Jessie Maria, 81; John, 81, 82 
John Benjamin, 80; John flenry Etherington, 100, 
103, 104 ; Letitia Jane, 82, 83 ; Louise Emily 
Marguerite, 83; Margaret, 81; Maria, S3; Martha 
81 ; Mary, 81, 104; Oswald Augustus, 115 
Robert, Lord Carrington, 139; Samuel George, 
115; Sidney Stedman, 81 ; Sophia, 81; Thomas, 
81 ; Captain Thomas Hawkins, R.N., 83; Thomas 
Jacob, 81, 82 ; Thomas Woodley, 81 ; Rev. William, 
81. 

Smvth, Katherine Maud, 106 ; William Carew, 106. 

Sodor and Man, Bishop of, see Ward. 

Sole, John, 142; Mary, 142. 

South, Cyril Frederick, 21; Ellen Maria, 21; John, 
21 ; Sarah, 21. 

Southwark, Bishop of, see Grant. 

Sparkes, John, 160; Mary, 160. 

Spencer, Alicia Olivia, 15; Chariolte, 15; Lieut. - 
General William, 15. 



Spin 



Harriet Doria, 141 ; Nicholas, Marchese di. 



.Spooner, Ven™'' Archdeacon, 55; Frances Anne, 55. 

Sprague, Ann, 60. 

Spratt, Frederick, 41. 

Spurden, Charles, 58; Emma Maria, 58. 

Stackhouse, Sarah, 91. 

Stark, James, 119; Julia Elizabeth, 119. 

Starkie, Anne, 152; Anne Elizabeth, 152; Anne 
Charlotte Amelia, 151; Charlotte, 150; Charlotte 
Le Gendre, 151 ; Edmund Arthur Le Gendre, 
150; Elizabeth Jane, 150; Ellen, 15J; Frances, 
150; Frances Man' Le Gendre, 150; Francis 
Chamberlain Le Gendre, 151 ; Rev. Henry 
Arthur, 152; Henry Randal Le Gendre, 151; 
Jemima Monica Mildred, 150; John Pierce Cham- 
berlain, 151, 152; Le Gendre, 150; Colonel Le 
("jendrc Nicholas, 150, 152; Le Gendre Pierce, 
151 ; Lieut. -Colonel Le Gendre Pierce Nicholas, 
150, 152; Maud .-Vnna Dolores, 150; Pierce Cecil 
Le Gendre, 151; Susan Katherine, 151. 

Steer, Charlotte, 52 ; Edward, 52. 

Steevens, Elizabeth, 68 ; John, 68. 

Stevens, Major-General Arthur, 90; Christopher, 90; 
Frances Valentine, 109; George, 109; Harriet, 41 ; 
Maria Anne, 90. 

Stockley, Ann, 55 ; Elizabeth, 55 ; Emily Anne Watts, 
160; Henry Pearson, 160; James, 55; Maria, 160. 

Stokes, Charles Scott, 36 ; Emma Dorothea, 36. 

Stuart, Charlotte, 131 ; Laura Augusta, 131 ; William 
Henry, 131. 

Stubbs, George, 41 ; Captain George, 42 ; Jane, 41 ; 
Mary, 41 ; Mrs., 41; Miss,42; Thomas,4i ; Major- 
General Sir Thomas William, 41. 

Surtees, Alice, 163 ; Anthony, 163, 166 ; Elizabeth 
Mary, 163, 166; Robert Smith, 163. 

Sutherland, George Granville, Duke of, 44 ; see 
Leveson-Gower. 

Sutton, Sir Thomas Manners, 95. 

Swainson, James, u; Mary, II. 

Swann, Rev. Charles, 15; Charlotte, 15; John, 15. 

Swayne, Rev. George Carless, 36; Zoe Marion, 36. 

Symes, Catherine, ill. 

Symonds, W. R., 21. 



Talbot, Admiral the HonMe Sir John, 4 ; Colonel, 
16 ; Hon"" Juliana Arundel, 4 ; Mary Laura, 4 ; 
Sarah, 16 ; Hon"" Mrs. William Whitworth 
Chetwynd, 115. 

Tarn, Fanny Lois, 63 ; Frances, 63 ; Lois .\nnc, 39, 
63 ; Thomas, 39 ; William, 39, 63. 

Tayler, Fanny, 93 ; Rev. Thomas, 93. 

Taylor, .\nne, 77; Charlotte Louisa, 21 ; EHza, 50; 
Frederick, 50 ; John, 44 ; Mabel Augusta Holds- 
worth, 77; Margaret, 44; General Reynell George, 
77; William, 21, 77. 

Tegg, Hannah, 118; Thomas, 118. 

Tempest, Henry, 150; Jemima, 150; Jemima Monica 
Mildred, 150. 

Teniplenian, Agatha, 62; Rev. Edward, 62. 

Tenipler, Caroline Rosa, 35; Frances EHzabeth, 35 
Colonil James George John, 35. 

Tliarp, .Vg'nes Laura, 96 ; Rev. Augustus James, 96 
Juliet, 96. 

Thomas, Ann, 48 ; Ann Trepaud Macdougall, 46 
Anna Elisabeth, 60 ; Arthur James, 47 ; Blanche 
46 ; Charles Ormsby Bryce, 47 ; Edith Annette, 
47; Edith Isabel, 48 ; Lieut. -Colonel Edwin, 48 ■ 
Elizabeth, 12 ; Ellen Fanny, 48 ; Ellen Olymphia 
48 ; Emily, 46 ; Emily Jajie, 47 ; Francis Henry 
48 ; Colonel Francis Henry, 47 ; Francis Waltci 
I loward, 47 ; Henrietta, 47 ; Jane Campbell, 47 
Janet, 48; Johanna Sybille, 60; Le Marchant, 116 
Lillian, 46 ; Mabel Evelyn, 47 ; Johannes, 60 
Margaret Hester Decrbrooke, 47 ; Margaret Hickey 



46 ; Norman Rene Bryce, 46 ; Owen Henry Faul- 
coner, 47 ; Reginald Seymour, 47 ; Robert, 12 ; 
Robert Hamilton Herbert, 47 ; Robert Moseley, 
46, 47 ; Colonel Robert Moseley Bryce, 46 ; Sarah, 
46 ; Sarah Ann Russell, 46 ; Thomas, 46 ; Violet 
Kathleen Margaret, 47. 
Thompson, George Powney, loi ; Katharine Maria, 

lOI. 

Thomson, Emilie, 76; James, 76. 

Threadkell, Elizabeth, i^. 

Thynnc, Ce'cilia Anno Mary, 86 ; Lord Edward, 86 ; 

Mary Isabella Emma, 86. 
Timbnll, Ann, 68 ; Anne, 68 ; Elizabeth, 68 ; Ven"" 

John, 68; Robert, 68; Thomas, 68. 
Tiiley, Anthony, 57; Elizabeth, 57. 
Toll, Alice, 117; Robert, 117. 
Tomn, Amelia, 107; Charlotte Phihppa, 107 ; Philip 

Sandy, 107. 
Tonkin, John, 78 ; Mary, 78. 
Toozs, Edith Mary Furnival, 23 ; James William 

Lawrence, 23. 
Torrington, Viscount, 137. 
Toulmin, Calvert, 2 ; Eliza, 2 ; Isabella, 2. 
Townend, Anne, 39 ; Simeon, 39. 
Townshend, Lady Elizabeth Margaret, 54 ; George, 

Marquess, 54. 
Townson, Margaret, 12; Robert, 12; Rev. Robert, 12. 
Treadwell, Eliza, 40; John, 40. 
Trellsen, Helena, 19; Peter, 19. 
Trevelyan, Beatrice, 96; Sir John, Bart., 96; Louisa, 

136; Maria, 96; Mrs., 90; Rev. Walter, 136. 
Truscott, Charlotte Philippa, 107 ; John, 107 ; Rear- 

Admiral William, 107. 
Tucker, Caroline Eisdell, 59 ; Francis, 59 ; Sarah, 

59; William, 59. 
Tupper, i'Emilius, 116; Amelie, u6 ; Anna Maria, 

115; Daniel, 116; Francis, 116. 
Turbutt, Edith Sophia, no; Ellen, no; Gladw>-n, 

no; William Gladwyn, no. 
Tulhill, John, 125; Martha, 125. 
Tyler, John, 44 ; Lucy, 137 ; Susanne, 44. 



Upperton, Robert, 48. 



Venn, Fanny Edith, 31 ; Jane, 31 ; William Webb, 

31- 
Verner, Arthur Cole, 67 ; Harriet, 67 ; Isabella 

Octavia, 67. 
Victoria, (^ueen of England, 123. 
Vincent, Anne, 27, 30; John, 27, 30. 



W 



Wade, Julia, 71; William [ohn, 71. 

Wadham, John, 33 ; Sarah, 33. 

Wake, Ada Mary, 138 ; Captain Baldwin Arden, 
R.N., 13S. 

Waldie, Ann, 86 ; Charlotte Anne, 86 ; George, 86. 

Wales, H.R.Il. Princess of, 96. 

Walford, Ann, 68 ; Thomas, 68. 

Walker, .'\nne, 7; Annie Harriet, 7; Catherine, 108; 
Constance Elizabeth, 7 ; Doris Victoria, 7 ; Sir 
Edward Samuel, 109; Elizabeth Jackson, 7 ; Ellen, 
23 ; Ethel Winifred, 7 ; Evelyn Holdsworth, 7 ; 
Fanny Louisa, 109; Frances Valentine, 109; Ger- 
trude Elisabeth, 60; Hannah, 7; Henry Seeker, 7; 
Rev. Herbert Milnes, 7; John, 7; John Robertson, 
23 ; John William, 7 ; Rev. Joseph, 108 ; Louisa, 
7; NIargaret, 120; Margaret Irene, 7; Thomas, 
7; Captain Thomas Philip, R.N., 60; William, 
120 ; Winifred Anne Milnes, 7. 



Walpole, Horatio George, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96; Sir 
Horatio George, 90, 95 ; Isabella, 95 ; Margaret, 
95 ; Lady Margaret, 96 ; Spencer, 92, 93, 95 ; 
Rt. Hon"" Spencer Horatio, 89, 95 ; Thomas, 95. 

Ward, Anne, 99; Anne Louisa, 99; Charles Edward, 
136 ; Chariotte Elizabeth, 136 ; Emily Margaret 
Clarke, 136 ; Rt. Rev. William, Bishop of Sodor 
and Man, 99; William Welsford, 136. 

Warrier, Elizabeth, 73 ; Joseph, 73 ; Maria Charlotte, 
73 ; Mar)' .A.nne, 5 ; Samuel, 5. 

Warren, Anne, 24 ; Martha, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 

Warmington, Eliza, 58; Elizabeth, 58; John, 58. 

Waterhouse, Frederica Mary Jane, 92; William, 92. 

Waters, Susannah, 147. 

Watson, Alice Elizabeth, 105 ; Catherine, n i ; 
Colonel, 100; Colonel Edward John, 47 ; Eleanor 
Ina, in; Elizabeth, 105; Hannah, 60; Sir James, 
47; James Kiero, 105; Major-General James Kiero, 
101,105; Jane Campbell, 47 ; Joseph, 60; Hannah, 
60 ; Kate O'Neill, 100 ; Louisa Elizabeth, 47 ; 
Thomas, 60; William, ni. 

Watt, Charlotte, 151; Isaac, 143; Margaret, 143; 
Richard, 151. 

Watts, Elizabeth, 81; George, 160; Maria, 160; 
Mary, 81; Thomas, 81. 

Webster, Rev. Alexander Rhind, 73 ; Andrew Bissct, 
73; Ann, 73; Harriet, 73. 

Wedgwood, Anne Jane, 161 ; Henry Allen, 161. 

Weedon, Bertha, loi. 

Weimflfheimer, Elizabeth, 39. 

Welby, Florence Laura, 17; Frances, 17; Rev. 
Walter Hugh Earle, 17. 

Welby-Gregory, Frances, 17 ; Sir Glynne Earle, 
Bart., 17. 

Weld, Flora MacDonnell, 4 ; Henry Joseph, 4 ; 
Joseph, 4; Mary Lucy, 4. 

Welland, Elizabeth, 74; Richard, 74. 

Weller, Jane, 89 ; John Badger, 89. 

Wellington, Duke of, 74. 

Welsford, Emily Margaret Clarke, 136; William 
Adams, 136. 

Werge, Elizabeth, 159; John, 159. 

West, James, 54 ; Sarah, 54 ; see also Roberts-West. 

Weymouth, Ann, 60 ; Louisa Sarah, 60 ; Richard, 
60; Richard Francis, 60. 

Whaites, Charies, 125; Hannah, 125; Martha, 125. 

Whalley, Elizabeth, 139; John, 139. 

Wheeler, Rebekah, 25 ; Robert, 25. 

Wheelwright, Catherine, 102, 107 ; Charles Apthorp, 
102, 107. 

Whitaker, Margaret Nowell, 144 ; Mary Charlotte, 
144; Thomas Hordern, 144. 

Whitby, Alfred, 57 ; Arthur, 57 ; Charies, 57 ; Dora, 
57; Ernest, 57; Frank, 57; Hannah, 57; Herbert 
Bjteson, 57; Hilda, 57; Mary, 57 ; Mary Hannah, 
57 ; Mary Louisa Titley, 57 ; Muriel, 57 ; Thomas, 
57 ; Rev. Thomas, 57 ; William Bateson, 57 ; 
William Beverley, 57. 

Whitehorne, Hon"' Samuel, 41. 

Whiteley, Rev. Edward, 27; Elizabeth, 27; Emily, 27; 
Mary Elizabeth, 27. 

Wilbraham, Alice, n4. 

Wilkinson, Caroline Margaretta, 102; Jacob, 102. 

William IV., King of England, 123. 

Williams, Sarah, n3; Thomas, 113. 

Wills, Robert, 86. 

Willson, Anthony, 108 ; Mary Elizji Caroline, 108 ; 
Mary Georgina Caroline, 108 ; Colonel Mildmay 
Willson, 108. 

Willyams, Charlotte Grenfell Bridgeman, 132 ; Rev. 
Humphrey, 132 ; Mary, 132. 

Wilson, Alexander^ 31 ; Alice, 12; Anne Louisa, 99; 
Catherine Roberta, 23 ; Edith Mary Furnival, 23 ; 
Rev. Edward, 99 ; Elizabeth, 22 ; Elizabeth Furni- 
val, 23; Elizabeth Winch, 99; Ellen, 23; Emma, 
23 ; Jane, 31, 89; Dame Jane, 90; John, 22, 23 ; 
John Furnival, 23 ; John Henry, 22 ; Rev. Jonathan, 
99 ; Kathcrine Furnival, 22 ; Lady, 96 ; Lillian 



Sarah, 22 ; Margaret, 99 ; Margaretta Elizabeth, 

89; Maria, 96; Rebecca, 22; Robert, 22, 23, 50; 

Thomas Needham, 22, 23 ; Thomas Needham 

Fumival, 22; Sir Thomas Spencer, Bart., 89-91, 

96 ; William, 12. 
Winchester, Bishop of, 5. 
Winn, Ada Elvira, 84 ; James Michell, 84 ; Joscpha 

Teresa Elvira, 84. 
Winnington, Major, 116. 
Wisden, Ann Bayley, 48 ; Edith Isabel, 48 ; Thomas, 

48 ; Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Faulconer, 48. 
Wood, Kinder, 38 ; Mary .\nn, 38. 
Woodley, Caroline, 81, 83 ; Thomas, 81, 83. 
Woodthorpe, Elizabeth, 39 ; John, 39. 
Wooley, Ann, 88 ; Thomas, 88. 
Wormald, Edmund, 19; Katherine Amelia, 19. 



Wormald-Wormald, Harry, 19; Helena, 19. 

Wreke, Emma, 123; John, 123. 

Wren, Christopher, 54 ; Sarah, 54. 

Wright, Elizabeth .Mary, iS ; Job, 18 ; John, 106 ; 

Marianne, lo5. 
Wynch, Eleanora Juliana, 141 ; Florentia Sale, 141 ; 

Colonel John, 141. 
Wynne, Llewelyn Malcolm, 44. 



Young, Gertrude Annie, 35 ; Colonel Gordo 

Isabella, 144 ; James, 144. 
York, Duchess of, 146; Duke of, 146. 



ambitions anil Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234.— Eliza 
Matilda Mary, wife of Sir George Army- 
tage, Bart., of Kirklees, co. York, died 
at Kirklees 2 March, and was buried at 
Hartshead, co. York, 5 March 1898. 
Memorial tablet in the vault at Harts- 
head. 

Page 235. — Mary Elizabeth, widow of 
Henry Anthony Littledale of Bolton 
Hall, CO. York, died at Ilkley, co. York, 
10 September, and was buried at Bolton- 
by-Bowland, co. York, 15 September 

1897. M.I. Will dated 5 February 
1896, proved in the Principal Registry 
5 November 1897. 

Page 236. — Horace Armytage died, 
aged 41, on Saturday, 28 May 1898, 
and was buried at Narborough, co. 
Norfolk. 
ASSHETON. Vol. I, page 71.— Ralph 
Cockayne Assheton married at Peter- 
sham, CO. Surrey, 27 September 1898, 
Mildred Estelle Sybella, daughter of 
John Henry Master of Montrose House, 
Petersham {see Pedigree of Master, 
page 14J of the present volume). 

Page 72.— The Rev. William Orme 
Assheton married at Petersham 14 June 

1898, Winifred Maude, daughter of John 
Henry Master of Montrose House, 
Petersham {see Pedigree of Master, 
page 14J of the present volume). 

BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 4.— Colonel 
George Bruce Malleson, C.S.I., died at 
27 West Cromwell Road, London, i 
March, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery 5 March 1898. 

Page 8. — Captain Arthur Henry and 
Florence Adelaide Battye {see Addenda, 
Vol. 5, page i.) have issue a daughter, 
born at Simla, India, 2 April 1898. 

Major Montagu William Battye of the 
East Lancashire Regiment, died at 
Lucknow, India, 24 October 1897. 

Page 9. — Richmond Moffalt Battye, 
Lieutenant 6th Bengal Cavalry, was 
killed in action on the North-West 
Frontier of India in September 1897. 



BELLASIS. Vol. 2, page 59.— Eliza 
Jane, widow of Edward Bellasis, died at 
22 Prince of Wales' Terrace, London, 
aged 83, 21 October 1898. 

BENSON. Vol. 5, page 123.— The Rev. 
George Girdlestone Woodhouse died 27 
July, and was buried at Yealmpton, co. 
Devon, 31 July 1897. Adnion was 
granted at Exeter 13 September 1897, 
to Emmeline Woodhouse, the relict. 

The Rev. Robert Hugh Benson was 
Curate of St. Mary's, Kemsing, co. 
Kent, 1897-98, and is now of the 
Community of the Resurrection at 
Mirfield, co. York. 

BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 138.— Ann 
Keziah, eldest daughter of Richard and 
Charlotte Bentley, died in London at 
10.55 P-™' 26 October, and was buried 
in the family vault in Norwood Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, i November 1898. 

Page 139. — Anne, widow of George 
Bentley, died at Upton, Slough, co. 
Buckingham, at 5.40 a.m. 8 October, 
and was buried in the family vault at St. 
Lawrence', Upton, 13 October 1898. 

Page 140. — The Rev. Frederick 
William and Mary Bentley {see Addenda, 
Vol. J, page i.) have issue a daughter, 
Margaret Challice, born at Haverstock 
Hill, London, at 3.17 a.m. 23 July, 
baptised at St. Silas', Kentish Town, co. 
Middlesex, 22 August 1898. 

BLAYDES. Vol. i, page 54.— Charles 
Benjamin Blaydes died 22 \not 23] 
October 1861. 

Page 55. — Frederic Ambrose Wilford 
Blaydes was born 30 \tiot 3] July 1882. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 123.— 
Henry Francis Vincent and Agnes 
Bridget Boddington {see Addenda, Vol. 2, 
page a.) have issue three daughters, 
Mabel Ella Vincent, born in 1892, 
Bernice Hope Vincent, born 11 Octo- 
ber 1894, and Vida Mary, born 27 
July 1897. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BODDINGTON, continued. 

Page 124.— Reginald Hugh St. John 
Boddington married at Christ Church 
Cathedral, Victoria, British Columbia, 
1 5 February 1 898, Edith Emilie, daughter 
of William Henry Mawdsley of Victoria, 
and of Plumper Pass, Mayne Island. 
BRADNEY. Vol. i, page i.—(9;«// issue 
mark between the names of Rev. William 
Popham and Elizabeth Frances his wife. 

John Spencer Bradney married at St. 
Mary's, Clapham, co. Surrey, 12 March 
1898, Isabella, youngest daughter of 
Francis Thomson of Potterton House, 
CO. Aberdeen. 
BRINE. Vol. 4, page 19. — Captain Percival 
Forbes Brine married 2ndly at the Regis- 
try Ofifice of St. George's, Hanover 
Square, by licence, 20 April 1892, Helen 
Howard, elder daughter of George Hart 
of Canterbury, co. Kent ; born at Can- 
terbury 12 January i860. 

Page 20. — Susannah, widow of Major- 
General Frederic Brine, died at 31 
Thurloe Place, London, aged 63, 2 1 
January, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 24 January 1898. 

Rosa Bruce, daughter of Philip Arthur 
Sherard and Elvira Patrick Brine, died 
at Canterbury 3 March, and was buried 
at Lower Hardres, co. Kent, 7 March 
1898. 

The Rev. Algernon Lindesay Brine 
married at St. Mary's, Southampton, co. 
Hants, 29 December 1897, Marian 
Fanny, eldest daughter of Brigade- 
Surgeon John Adcock of Bath, co. 
Somerset, M.D. 

Page 21.— Ernest Augustus and Sarah 
Anne Brine have further issue a daughter, 
Constance Jessie, born at Parkstone, co. 
Dorset, 26 April, baptised at Longfleet, 
Poole, CO. Dorset, 24 May 1896, and a 
son, Ernest Geoffrey Brine, born at 2 
Walpole Road, Boscombe, co. Hants, 25 
October 1898. 

Page 22.— Henrietta Ina Lindesay, 
elder daughter of Colonel Bruce and 
Henrietta Ina Louisa Brine, died at 
Highfield, Bishops Waltham, co. Hants, 
30 July 1897. 
BRITTON. Vol. 2, page 78.— Captain 
i'hilip William Poole Carlyon-Britton 
{sie Addenda, Vol. /, page i.) was 
appointed a J. P. for co. Middlesex in 
February 1898, and a D.L. for co. 
(iloucester 3 November 1898. 

Captain Arthur Henry Daniel Britton, 
3rd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusi- 
liers, Assistant Inspector of the Hausa 



BRITTON, continued. 

Force, was appointed Private Secretary 
and extra Aide-de-Camp to the Governor 
of Lagos, and Clerk of the Executive 
Council of Lagos, 19 September 1898. 

BROMLEY. Vol. 5, page 136.— Joseph 
Roharts Bromley was born at Bernard 
[«('/ Berners] Street, London. 

BROWN. Vol. I, page 53.— The Rev. 
Joseph Thomas Brown died 30 August 
1879. Will dated 10 March 1896, with 
codicil dated i December 1896, proved 
in the Principal Registry 19 November 

1897, by the Rev. Ernest Angel Gray 
and Richard Snead Brown, the 
Executors. 

Vol, 2, page 28. — The Rev. Ernest 
William and Mary Margaretta Brown 
have further issue a son, Ernest Amedee 
Jellicorse Brown, born on Sunday, 9 
October, baptised at Montgomery on 
Sunday 6 November 1898. 

BUSH. Page 77 of present volume. — 
Robert Bush married at St. John's, 
Knotty Ash, Liverpool, 26 October 

1898, Beatrice Irene, younger daughter 
of the Very Rev. Herbert Mortimer 
Luckock, D.D., Dean of Lichfield. 

CARLYON. Vol. 2, page 114.— Ellen, 
only daughter of the Rev. Thomas 
Stackhouse and Emily Carlyon, was 
born 17 December 1832. 

Page 115. — Administration of the 
estate of Anne Helen (ist wife of the 
Rev. Edward Carlyon) who died 18 
January 1866, was granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 8 October 1897, to Jessie 
Carlyon, the daughter, one of the next 
of kin. 

The Rev. Edward Carlyon, Rector of 
Dibden,co. Hants, died atWinton Lodge, 
Shirley, co. Hants, 28 June 1897. Will 
dated 24 January 1889, with two codicils 
dated respectively 7 December 1893 and 
7 December 1896, proved in the Princi- 
pal Registry 9 August 1897, by Charles 
Frank Lucas, the Executor. 

Page ii5. — Administration of the 
estate of Alice Gregory (youngest daugh- 
ter of the Rev. Edward Carlyon), who 
died 5 March 1868, was granted at the 
Principal Registry 8 December 1S96, to 
Charles Frank Lucas, the Executor of 
her father's will. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 44.— Sidney and 
Katherine Cornforth Castle have further 
issue a daughter, Mary Batho, born 
at Blackhealh, co. Kent, 17 August, 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



CASTLE, continued. 

baptised at St. George's, Westcombe 
Park, CO. Kent, 17 September 1897. 

Philip and Jessie Maud May Castle 
have further issue a son, Geoffrey Lloyd 
Castle, born at Surbiton, co. Surrey, 6 
April, baptised at St. Mark's, Surbiton, 
7 June 1898. 

Page 45. — Helen Blanche, 2nd 
daughter of Sidney Nash and Helen 
Margaret Castle, was married at All 
Saints', Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
2 June 1898, to William Timperley 
, Batho of Calcutta (eldest son of William 
Fothergill Batho of Surbiton, co. Sur- 
rey) ; born at Birmingham 31 July 1867. 
Page 47. — Maude, 3rd daughter of 
Abercombie and Jane Castle, died at 
Davos, Switzerland, 1 1 February, and 
was buried there 15 February 1898. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i, page 134.— 
Captain Alfred Edward John Cavendish 
of the Argyle and Sutherland High- 
landers obtained his Commission as 
Major 12 February 1897, and was 
appointed Deputy- Assistant- Adjutant - 
General at Dublin 20 December 1897. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 61.— Robert 
Lucas Chance of Chad Hill, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, died at Chad Hill on 
Wednesday 24 November, and was 
buried in the General Cemetery, Bir- 
mingham, 27 November 1897. 

Page 62. — Frank Chance of Burleigh 
House, Sydenham Hill, co. Surrey, died 
at 15 Rue Gubernatis, Nice, i July, and 
was buried in Deptford Cemetery, Brock- 
ley, CO. Kent, 12 July 1897. Will dated 
I June 1892, proved in the Principal 
Registry 28 October 1897, by John 
Homer Chance, William Edward 
Chance and Arthur Lucas Chance, the 
Executors. 

Page 69. — Edward Ferguson and 
Eliza Gertrude Chance of Clent Grange, 
Stourbridge, co. Worcester, have further 
issue a daughter, Anne Esme Rosamund, 
born at Clent Grange 7 October 1898. 

Page 70. — Theodora, younger daugh- 
ter of Arent de Peyster Chance, and wife 
of the Rev. Edward Madoc Madoc- 
Jones, Vicar of Mattishall, co. Norfolk 
(i« Addenda, Vol. 4, page ii.) died at 
Mattishall Hall 12 March, and was 
buried at Powyke, co. Worcester, 14 
March 1898. 

COLBY. Vol. I, page 4.— Knox Reynolds 
Morrill Colby, son of Samuel Reynolds 
and Elizabeth Jane Colby (see Addenda, 



COLBY, continued. 

Vol. 2, page ii.) died 10 March, and was 
buried in Fulham Cemetery, co. Middle- 
sex, 13 March 1896. 

COLLIER. Vol. I, page 57.— John Percy 
and Mabel Collier have further issue 
a son, John Collier, born at Nottingham 

2 September 1898, baptised at St. 
James', Nottingham, 23 September 1898. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 114.— Henry 
John and Jane Frances Leslie Collins 
have issue a daughter, Joan Hamilton, 
born at Caversham, co. Oxford, 7 March, 
and baptised there i April 1897. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 20.— William Coode 
of Trevarna, St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 
died 4 September, and was buried at St. 
Austell 7 September 1898. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 132.— Major 
Alfred Chorley Cookson married at St. 
Laurence', Hungerford, co. Wilts, 17 
July 1897, Elsie Marie, youngest 
daughter of Harry Pike Major of 
Hungerford, M.D., J. P., and has issue 
a daughter, Winifred Mary, born at 
Castle Hill, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 29 
April, baptised at St. Stephen's, Ealing, 

3 July 1898. 

Page 133. — Constance Hilda, 2nd 
daughter of Thomas Chorley and 
Emily Cookson of Leeds, co. York, was 
married at St. Stephen's, Ealing, 29 July 
1897, to William Bruuileu, son of 
Charles Brumleu of Brunswick, Ger- 
many. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35.— Ernest Tudor 
Craig of San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A., 
married at San Antonio 5 March 1898, 
Almira, 3rd daughter of Erastus Reed 
of San Antonio, by Almira his wife, 
daughter of Josiah Tobey of Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A. ; born 10 October 1874, 
and baptised at St. Mark's, San Antonio. 
Algernon Tudor Craig was gazetted 
Instructor of Musketry 4th Battalion 
Royal Irish Rifles 26 July 1898, and 
Captain 26 .August 1898. He married 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 26 October 1898 
(marriage licence dated 19 October 
1898), Emily Mary, 2nd daughter of the 
Rev. James Lukin, Rector of Hinton 
Martel, co. Dorset, and widow of Walter 
Bell {see Lukin Pedigree, Voi. j, page 4J, 
and Addenda, Vol. 4, page iv). 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page g.-The 
Rev. Lionel Payne Crawfurd was ap- 
pointed Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Adelaide 1895. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



CRAWFURD, continued. 

Raymond Henry Payne Crawfurd, 
M.D. (Oxon) 1896, M.R.C.P. London 
1894, Assistant Physician at King's Col- 
lege Hospital, London, 1898, married at 
Christ Church, Harwood, co. Lancaster, 
22 July 1898, Ethelberta Ormrod, 
youngest daughter of Arthur Bailey of 
Brightmet Hill, Bolton-le-Moors, co. 
Lancaster. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120.— Frederick 
William Bcresford Cripps married at 
Kingsey, co. O.xford, 21 October 1897, 
Constance Agnes, 2nd daughter of 
Philip James Digby AVykeham of 
Tythrop House, co. O.xford, J. P., by 
Georgiana Caroline his wife, 2nd daugh- 
ter of Joseph John Henley, C.B., of 
Waterperry, co. Oxford. They have issue 
a daughter, Freda Constance, born at 
Ampney Park, Cirencester, co. Glouces- 
ter, II September, baptised at Ampney 
Crucis, 9 October 1898. 

Vol. 4, page 75. — Sidney Bush Cripps 
married at St. Luke's, Westbourne 
Park, London, 23 April 1898, Frances 
Maud, daughter of Captain Arthur Baker, 
R.N., by his wife, Georgina Frances 
Pringle Brander of Calcutta ; born at 
Garden Reach, Calcutta, 9 October 
1872, baptised at Calcutta. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 22. — Arthur Capel 
Cure married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Saturday, 16 April 
1898, Grace Fanny, younger daughter 
of the Rev. George Cressner Tufnell, 
Rector of Little Easton, co. Essex, 
by Gratiana Fanny his wife, daughter of 
the Rev. Thomas Collingwood Hughes. 
Arthur Capel Cure died at Aberdeen, 
aged 41, 13 October 1S98. 

Page 23.— Major Herbert Capel Cure, 
D.S.O., married at Bombay 22 October 
1897, Mary Augusta Penelope, eldest 
daughter of William Angerstein of 
\Veeting Hall, co. Norfolk, by Mary Anne 
his wife, only daughter of William 
Ncttleship. 

CURTOIS. Vol I, page 174. — Ann 
Henrietta, widow of the Rev. Atwill 
Curtois, died at Washingborough Manor, 
CO. Lincoln, 13 February, and was 
buried in Branston Cemetery, co. 
Lincoln, 17 February 1898. M.L 

Page 175.— John Rali)h Willoughby 
Curtois, son of Arthur and Edith 
Curtois (see Addenda, Vol. j, page lit'.), 
was baptised at St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, 
Lincoln, 30 June 1897. 



DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 118.— Elizabeth 
Frances, wife of Major Leonard Darwin, 
died at 12 Egerton Place, London, 13 
January, and was buried in Putney 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 17 January 1898. 

DEW. Vol. I, page 2 8 1. — Elizabeth 
Sophia, wife of Arthur Pryor, and 
daughter of Tomkyns and Margaret 
Beatrice Dew, died at Hylands, Chelms- 
ford, CO. Essex, aged 83, 8 October 
1898. 

Page 285. — Henrietta Lucy, wife of 
Major Frederick Napleton Dew, died at 
1 00a Lexham Gardens, London, aged 
62, 28 February 1898. 

^\'alter Frederick Dew married at 
^Vinforton, co. Hereford, 28 February 
1895, Ethel Grace, daughter of the 
Rev. Charles John Down, Rector of 
Winforton. They have issue a daughter, 
Sylvia Grace Alice Templar, born in 
Ceylon 6 November 1896, baptized at 
Rituageria, Ceylon, 17 January 1897. 
Ethel Grace, wife of Walter Frederick 
Dew, died at Whitney Rectory 29 May, 
and was buried in Whitney Churchyard 
2 June 1898. 

EALES. Vol. I, page 58. — Diana, widow 
of Charles Eales of Eastdon House, co. 
Devon, died, aged 63, 16 May, and was 
buried at Starcross, co. Devon, 21 May 
1898. 

Page 59. — Lionel George Nuttall 
Eales, Captain East Kent Regiment 
(The Buffs), now of Eastdon House, 
married at Jullundur, India, 30 October 
1S93, Laura Ellen, daughter of Major- 
General Charles Richard Pennington, 
C.B., of the Indian Staff Corps, and had 
issue, Charles Pennington Eales, born 5 
August 1894, died 29 May 1895, and 
Dorothy Maud Pennington, born 25 
January 1897. 

EASTWOOD. Vol. 5, page 158.— Harry 
Arnold Eastwood married at St. Tho- 
mas', Bradley, co. York, 17 June 1897, 
Hilda, elder daugliter of Henry Brooke 
of Warrenfield, Huddersfield, co. York, 
by Alice RLaude his wife, daughter of 
John Bottomley. They have issue a 
son, Ralph Brooke Eastwood, born 25 
May, baptised at Almondbury, co. York, 
4 July 1898. 

EDWARDS. Vol. I, page 258.— Henry 
Ciiarlos Edwards is Hon. Major (retired) 
I St Volunteer Battalion Suffolk Regiment, 
and has the Volunteer Decoration. 

Sarah Jane, wife of Henry Charles 
Edwards of Woodbridcfc, co. Suffolk, 



ADDITIONS c^ CORRECTIONS. 



EDWARDS, continued. 

died at 7 a.m., 6 September, and was 
buried in Woodbridge Cemetery 10 
September 1898. 

Henry John Edwards, M.A. 1895, 
was appointed Dean of Selwyn College, 
Cambridge, 1897. He is Major in the 
Cambridge University Rifle Volunteers, 
and has the Jubilee jMedal 1897. 

Edward Charles Edwards graduated 
M.D. of Edinburgh 1896. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92. — AVorthington 
Evans married 3rdly at Edinburgh 21 
May 1898, Helen, daughter of Adam 
Curror of The Lee, Edinburgh, and 
widow of Walter Scott Dalgleish of 
Edinburgh, M.A., LL.D. 

Laming Worthington Evans married 
at St. Mary Magdalene's, Paddington, 
London, 5 November 1S98, Gertrude 
Annie, younger daughter of William 
Hale of 1 7 Upper Westbourne Terrace, 
London. 

Page 96. — Patrick Fleming Evans was 
appointed Recorder of Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, co. Stafford, 1896, and Secretary 
to the Incorporated Council of Law 
Reporting for England and Wales 1898. 

FAULCONER. Vol. 4, page 86.— Ellen, 
wife of John Edmond Faulconer, died 
30 November, and was buried at Ew- 
hurst, Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 3 December 
1894. He married 2ndlyat St. Helier's, 
Jersey, 22 October 1895, Jessie Esther, 
daughter of John Thatcher, and has 
issue a daughter, Lilian Martha Eliza- 
beth, born at Sempstead, Ewhurst, .17 
August, baptised at Ewhurst 24 Octo- 
ber 1897. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 116.— Ernest 
Ayscoghe and Mary Louisa Floyer have 
further issue a son, John Wadhani 
Floyer, born at Frimley Hall, Cam- 
berley, co. Surrey, 9 October, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Frimley, 9 November 1897. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 45.— George 
Savile and Dora Margaret Foljambe 
have further issue a daughter, Avice 
Dora Geraldine, born at the Head 
Master's House, Eton College, co. 
Buckingham, at 2 a.m. on Monday, 13 
December 1897, baptised at Eton Col- 
lege Chapel on Tuesday, 25 January 
1898. 

Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon 
Foljambe is now a Lieutenant in the 
King's Royal Rifle Corps (60th Rifles). 
Page 47. — The Hon''''= Arthur AVilliam 
de Brito Savile Foljambe, Captain in 
the Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's 



FOLJAMBE, continued. 

Own) I December 1897, married at 
Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, on Tuesday, 
27 July 1897, the Hon"': Annette 
Louise, only daughter of Henry Power 
Charles Stanley, 5th Viscount Monck, 
by the Lady Edith Caroline Sophia his 
wife, daughter of John Henry, 3rd Earl 
of Clonmell ; born at 78 Belgrave Road, 
London, 23 May 1875, baptised at St. 
Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London {see 
Monck Pedigree, "Visitation 0/ Ireland" 
Vol. 2, page p2.) 

Page 49.— The Hon"'' Gerald William 
Frederick Savile Foljambe was gazetted 
2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion Oxford- 
shire Light Infantry {43rd Regiment) 16 
February 1898. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 141.— Major 
Newson Dunnell Garrett served in the 
Umbeyla [fiot Umbeylak] Campaign. 

Ruby Constance, younger daughter of 
Major Newson Dunnell and Katherine 
Garrett, was married at the Church of 
St. Peter and St. Paul, Aldeburgh, co. 
Suffolk, on Saturday, 4 September 1897, 
to Robert Francis Dunnell, youngest 
son of Robert Dunnell of Highbury, 
London. 

Page 143. — Hilda Mary, 3rd daughter 
of Henry Newson and Mary Susannah 
Garrett, was married at St. Mary's, Bath- 
wick, Bath, CO. Somerset, 17 November 
1898, to Frank Evelyn Coningham (2nd 
son of Major-General Henry Evelyn 
Coningham, formerly of the Madras 
Staff Corps) ; born 6 June 1870 ; Lieu- 
tenant Indian Staff Corps, formerly of 
the Border Regiment; served in the 
Waziristan Expedition 1894-95. 

GAY. Vol. 5, page 165. — Charlotte Grace 
Elizabeth, widow of William Gay, died 
at Rosvean, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 13 
September, and was buried at Budock, 
CO. Cornwall, 17 September 1898. Will 
dated 5 September 1896, proved at 
Bodmin in October 1898, by Wilson 
Lloyd Fox of Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 
one of the Executors. 

GIBSON. Vol. 2, page 89.— Edmund 
\\'yatt and Beatrice Williams Gibson 
have further issue a son, Francis 
Edmund Gibson, born at Cambridge 
8 February, baptised at Great St. 
Mary's University Church, Cambridge, 
13 March 1896. 

Page 90. — Theodore Francis and 
Margaret Gibson have further issue a 
daughter, Phyllis Frances, born at 
Slough, CO. Bucks, i March 1895. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 147. — Henry 
Gilbey married at Brompton Oratory 25 
September 1897, Maria de los Dolores 
(Lola) only daughter of Ricardo and 
Josefa de-la-Quintana of Jerez-de-la- 
Frontera. They have issue a son, Henry 
Gilbey, born at El Cuco, Jerez-dc-la- 
Frontera, 5 October 1898. 

GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 56.— 
John Knowles Glazebrook died at 
Lymm Hall, co. Chester, 13 November, 
and was buried at Lytham, co. Lan- 
caster, 16 November 1897. 

Page 59. — Richard Tetley Glazebrook, 
F.R.S., was appointed Principal of Liver- 
pool University College in March 189S. 

Page 60. — William Rimington Glaze- 
brook, now of Augusta, Georgia, U.S..\., 
married at the Church of St. Stephen 
the Martyr, Liverpool, 29 June 1898, 
Dora, 3rd daughter of Samuel Field 
of 88 Princes Road, Liverpool, and 
of Nant-y-Fedw, Bettws-Abergele, co. 
Denbigh. 
GOLDSMITH. Vol. 5, page 107.— 
Henry Samuel Benbow Price died at 2 
The Grove, Highgate, aged 47, 6 Jan- 
uary, and was buried in Highgate 
Cemetery 11 January 1898. 

Page 108. — Mary, daughter of Fre- 
derick William and Dorothy Goldsmith, 
was baptised 25 March 1855 \fiot 1885]. 

Page 109. — Herbert Symonds Gold- 
smith is of Bungaree, Victoria, Australia 
\not near Victoria, New South Wales]. 

GUILLE. Vol. I, page 4o.--The Rev. 
Hubert George de Carteret and Cathe- 
rine Lucretia \not Louisa] Stevens Guille 
(see Addenda, Vol. j, page ii.) have issue 
a daughter, Margaret Anne, born at 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 30 July, 
baptised there 31 August 1897. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 4.— Charlotte 
Louisa, daughter of Abraham and Mary 
(jwatkin, died at Fownhope, Hampton 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, 28 August 1897. 

Hugh Fortescue Wilmshurst Gwatkin 
married at St. Peter's, Parkstone, co. 
Dorset, 20 October 1898, Vera, elder 
daughter of John Richard Philpots of 
Moorcroft, Parkstone. 

HARDWICKE. Vol 4, page 130.— Mary, 
2nd daughter of M'illiam and Charlotte 
Hardwicke of Diamond Hall, Bridg- 
north, and of Rindleford, co. Salop, 
died 24 September 1839 l^not 1807]. 

Page 134.— The Rev. Joseph Halli- 
fax, Rector of Breane, co. Somerset, 



HARDWICKE, continued. 

died 4 January 1875 [not 8 November 
1882J. 'His widow, Clara Isabella, died 
at Huntspill, co. Somerset, 13 July 1884. 

Edward Arthur Hardwicke is now ot 
Burcote Vale, Bulwer, Ipolela, Natal. 

Margaret Ellen Leveson, eldest daugh- 
ter of Edward Arthur and Margaret 
Hardwicke, was married at St. Andrew's, 
South Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., 14 
April 1897, to Frank Leonard Cross, 
M.A., of .Mystic, Conn., U.S.A. 

Alice Agatha, youngest daughter 0/ 
Edward Arthur and Margaret Hard- 
wicke, was married at Bulwer, Natal, 20 
September 1 898, to James Lorenzo Webb 
Bulwer, M.R.C.V.S, son of James of 
Webb of Bishop's Stortford, co. Essex. 

HARVEY. Vol. I, page 7.— Edmund 
H.irvey of 46 Chester Square, London, 
died there 24 August, and was buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 27 
August 1898. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 122.— General 
Sir Arthur James Herbert, K.C.B., died 
at Thurloe Square, London, 24 Novem- 
ber, and was buried at Llanarth, co. Mon- 
mouth, on Saurday, 27 November 1897. 

HEXT. Vol. I, page 204. — Captain Francis 
Marwood and Florence Hext {see Ad- 
denda, Vol. 2, page IV.) have further issue 
a son, born at Eildon, Lansdown, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, 22 October 1897. 

HICKS. Vol. 3, page loi. — Arthur Power 
Hicks died at 9 Roland Gardens, Lon- 
don, 2 November, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 6 
November 1896. Will dated 31 Octo- 
ber 1895, proved in the Principal Reg- 
istry 5 January 1897, by Sir Edward 
Hamer Carbutt, Bart., and Surgeon- 
RLijor Henry Cookson, the Executors. 

HILL. Vol. 4, page loS.— Thomas Wil- 
liam Hill died at Crowlo, co. Worcester, 
23 August, cremated at Woking, co. 
Surrey, 27 August 1898. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 94.— The Rev. 
Tliomas Brabazon Hallowes died i Sep 
tember 1892. 

Page 186. — Frederick John Howard, 
formerly of Compton Place, co. Sussex, 
died at Angus House, Granville Road, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, aged 82 (on 
the eve of his 83rd birthday) at 11.40 
a.m. on Sunday, 28 February, and was 
buried at Edensor, co. Derby, on 
Thursday, 4 March 1897. Will dated 
30 June 1886, proved an the Principal 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



HOWARD, continued. 

Registry 30 April 1897, by Alfred John 
Howard and the Rt. Hon*"'' Cecil 
George Savile, Baron Hawkesbury, the 
Executors. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 70.— Sir 
Erasmus Dixon Borrowes, Bart., of 
Barretstown Castle, co. Kildare, died, 
aged 67, 8 February, and was buried at 
Giltown, CO. Kildare, 11 February 1898. 
Page 71. — Lieutenant-Colonel Henry 
McLeod Hutchison married at St. 
Mark's, Torquay, co. Devon, 20 June 
1898, Catherine Eleanor, elder daughter 
of George Frederick Truscott of Heavi- 
tree, co. Devon, by Frances Hastings 
his ist wife, daughter of Thomas 
Phillips of Bermuda ; born at Exeter 
30 September, baptised at St. David's, 
Exeter, 24 October 1856 {see Truscott 
Pedigree, Vol. 4, page 101 ). 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 52.— 
Caroline Ann, daughter of William and 
Caroline Jeaffreson, died at Brighton, 
aged 77, 15 July, and was buried in 
Brighton Cemetery on Tuesday, 20 July 
1897. Will dated 3 November 1890, 
with codicil dated 21 November 1896, 
proved in the Principal Registry 30 
August 1897, by John Cordy Jeaffreson, 
the Executor. 

Emily, daughter of William and Caro- 
line Jeaffreson, died at Brighton 15 
August, and was buried in Brighton 
Cemetery 18 August 1897. Will dated 
16 November 1896, proved in the 
Principal Registry 18 September 1897, 
by Caroline Ellen Jeaffreson, the 
Executor. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 5.— John 
Johnson of Thetford Abbey, co. Nor- 
folk, died 17 June 1897, and was 
buried at Barmingham, co. Suffolk. 
Will dated 8 June 1883, proved at Bury 
St. Edmunds 10 August 1897, by Mary 
Sophia Johnson, the Executor. 

John Sidney Johnson died at Benares, 
India, 14 May 1897, and was buried 
there. 

Page 6. — Florence Elizabeth, 3rd 
daughter of Frederick Appleyard and 
Annie Johnson, was married at St. 
Andrew's, Ashley Place, London, 15 
September 1897, to Robert Clifton Bell, 
who was born 6 August 1856. 

Page 7. — Anne, 5th daughter of 
Frederick Appleyard and Annie John- 
son, was married at St. Mary Abbot's, 



JOHNSON, continued. 

Kensington, London, 2 November 1897, 
to Herbert Selby Heaton, who was born 
13 December 1870. 

Ethel Maude, 6th daughter of John 
and Mary Sophia Johnson of Thetford 
Abbey, co. Norfolk, was married at St. 
Cuthbert's, Thetford, 18 August 1896, 
to Charles Farron Halls (son of Rev. 
Henry James Halls, Vicar of Wiggen- 
hall St. Mary the Virgin, King's Lynn, 
CO. Norfolk); born 3 September 1868. 

Lottie Louisa, 8th and youngest 
daughter of John and Mary Sophia 
Johnson of Thetford Abbey, was married 
at St Cuthbert's, Thetford, 2 June 1898, 
to Thomas Evans Crease, Lieutenant 
R.N., who was born 24 February 1875. 

Vol. 3, page 19. — The Rev. Hubert 
Vaughan Johnson married at St. Mary 
Abbot's, Kensington, 19 October 1898, 
the Hon'''= Cecil Mina, daughter of 
the Rev. Francis William, 5th Baron 
Dynevor of Dynevor, co. Carmarthen, 
by Eliza Amelia his 2nd wife, daughter 
of the Rev. Henry Carnegie Knox, 
Rector of Lechlade, co. Gloucester. 

JONES. Vol. I , page 2 8 7 .— Lieut.-Colonel 
Morey Quayle Jones commanded the 
I St BattaHon Royal Warwickshire Regi- 
ment at the Battle of Atbara in the 
Soudan, 8 April 189S, and was mentioned 
in despatches. He was gazetted Com- 
panion of the Bath 15 November 1898. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 56.— Edward 
Joynson died at The Firs, Kenilworth, 
CO. Warwick, aged 51, 17 September 
1898. 

KNAPTON. Vol. 4, page 16.— Captain 
Au-ustus Lempriere Knapton and 
Gwendolyn Knapton have further issue 
a son, Anthony Graham Lempriere 
Knapton, born at Pembroke 25 April, 
baptised there 24 June 1898. 

LANGLEY. Vol. 2, page 104.— Alfred 
Fraiii is Claringbold Chichester Langley 
died at Peterston-super-Ely, near Cardiff, 
aged 41, I September, and was buried 
there 5 Sei)tcmber 1898. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol. i, page 
23.— The Rev. Frederick Archibald 
(Jresham Leveson Gower married at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 14 June 
1897, Cecil Eyre, 2nd daughter of Wal- 
pole Lloyd Greenwell of Marden Park, 
CO. Surrey, J. P. for co. Surrey and D.L. 
for London, by Kathleen Eugenie his 
wife, eldest daughter of John Tizard of 
Radipole, co. Dorset. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 86.— The children 
of Charles William and Minnie Mary 
Little of Haughley, Elizabeth Bay, 
Sydney, New South Wales, are : — • 
Charles Caruthers Little, born 28 Au- 
gust 1885; John Caruthers Little, born 
21 April 1887; Dorothy, born 15 July 
1 888 ; Marjory, born 15 April 1891 ; 
Arthur Caruthers Little, born 2 Feb- 
ruary 1893, and Mildred \not Millicent], 
born 19 April 1894. 

Page 89. — Francis Ernest and Kathe- 
rine Belinda Little have further issue a 
son, Geoffrey Caruthers Little, born at 
Oakfield, Teignmouth, co. Devon, 10 
March, died there 20 March 1898. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. i, page 238.— 
Mary Elizabeth, widow of Henry An- 
thony Littledale of Bolton Hall, co. 
York, died at Ilkley, co. York, 10 Sep- 
tember, and was buried at Bolton-by- 
Bolland, co. York, 15 September 1S97. 
M.L Will dated 5 February 1896, 
proved in the Principal Registry 5 
November 1897, by Willoughby Aston 
Littledale and Mary Georgiana Arniy- 
tage, the Executors. 

Page 239. — The Rev. Godfrey Army- 
tage and Eleanor Mary Anne Littledale 
(see Addenda, Vol. 5, page vi.) had further 
issue a daughter, Marguerite, born 21 
July, baptised 23 July 1898. She died 
24 July, and was buried at Chipping 
Norton, co. Oxford, 26 July 1898. 

Page 240. — Beatrice, youngest daugh- 
ter of Henry Anthony Littledale, and 
wife of Hugh Barrington Simeon, was 
born 16 March [«(?/ April] 1859. 

LLOYD. Vol. 3, page i.— The Hon^- 
Caroline Amelia Sophia, widow of the 
Rev. William Valentine Lloyd {see Ad- 
denda, Vol. 4, page iv.), died at 15 Priory 
Road, Kew, co. Surrey, aged 76, 26 
April 1898. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page no.— Elizabeth 
Mary, widow of Richard Johnson 
Lockett of Liverpool, was born 23 Sep- 
tember 18 1 6 \^not 18 15], baptised at St. 
Thomas', Liverpool, 18 October 18 16. 

Page III. — Sarah, widow of Sir 
William White of Cork, died at 137 
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, 
London, 1 2 March, and was buried 
at RoUeston, co. Stafford, 16 March 
1897. ^LL Will dated 23 January 
1896, with two codicils dated respec- 
tively 19 March 1896 and 23 April 
1896, proved in the Principal Registry 



LOCKETT, continued. 

28 June 1897, by Sir Oswald Mosley, 
Bart., and Charles Robert French, the 
Executors. 

Page 112. — Garstang Bradstock and 
Beatrice Augusta Lockett have further 
issue a daughter. Vera Margaret, born 
20 May, baptised at Christ Church, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, i July 1895, 
and a son, Garstang Bradstock Lockett, 
born 6 October, baptised at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 14 
November 1897. 

LUKIN. Vol. 3, page 47. — Mary Pauline 
Lukin of Sarisbury, Southampton, died 
at Brookheath, Sarisbury, aged 67, at 
8 p.m. on Tuesday, 21 December, and 
was buried at Hook, co. Hants, at 2 
p.m., 24 December 1897. Will dated 
II January 1896, proved at Winchester 
24 February 1898, by Francis Henry 
Candy, Louis l-ynn, and Christopher 
Hugh Henry Candy, the Executors. 

Emily Mary, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
James Lukin, and widow of Walter Bell 
'{see Addenda, Vol. 4, page iv.) was 
married at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, 26 October 1898 (mar- 
riage licence dated 19 October 1898), 
to Algernon Tudor Craig, Captain 4th 
Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, younger son 
of the Rev. Allen Tudor Craig, Incum- 
bent of the Marboeuf Church, Paris. 
(See Craig Pedigree, Vol. j, page 35.) 

MACNAMARA. Vol 3, page 92.— The 
Rev. Henry Danvers and Alice Macna- 
niara have further issue a daughter, 
Bertha, born at Queenhythe Rectory i5 
June, baptised at St. James', Garlick- 
hythe, London, 25 July 1897. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 28.— Emily 
Anne, widow of Sir Thomas Herbert 
Maddock, died 12 September, and was 
buried in Highgate Cemetery 14 Sep- 
tember 1898. 

Page 31. — The Rev. William Henry 
Maddock and Elizabeth, eldest daughter 
of the Rt. Rev. and Hon"' Edward 
Grey, D.I)., Bishop of Hereford, were 
married at St. John-the-Baptist's (within 
the Cathedral), Hereford, 18 August 
1S36. 

Page 32. — Charles Rokeby Scott 
Maddock is now of Hothamton Court, 
liognor, CO. Sussex. His wife, Celia, 
widow of William Gosling Moore, was 
married istly 29 July [w/ June] i866. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 31.— Robert 
Searles Maitland died, aged 79, 14 
May, and was buried in Norwood 
Cemetery 21 May 1898. Will dated 29 
August 1896, proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 June 1898, by John Tasker 
Maitland, Richard Joseph Maitland and 
Edward James Maitland, the Executors. 

MANNING. Vol. 2, page 123.— The 
Rev. Charles Upwood and Beatrice 
Caroline Manning have further issue a 
daughter, Irene Caroline, born at 
Clenchwarton, co. Norfolk, i June, 
baptised there 2 July 1898. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 30.— Eustace 
Garden, Chief Officer the P. and O. 
Steamship " Aden," was drowned in the 
wreck of that vessel off Socotra 9 June 

1897- 
Page 31. — 'John Mansel and Mary 
Sheldon Markham {see Addenda, Vol. j, 
page vi.) have issue a son, Arthur 
Launcelot Markham, born at Duston, 
CO. Northampton, 18 April 1898, bap- 
tised at St. James' Church, Dallington. 

Page 32. — Arthur Basil and Agnes 
Markham obtained a decree of divorce 
8 October 1895. He married 2ndly at 
St. James', Paddington, London, 17 
September 1898, Lucy Bertram, only 
daughter of Captain A. B. Cunningham, 
formerly of the Royal Horse Artillery. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 4, page 119.— 
Florence Annie, wife of Mark Bell 
Marshall, was the daughter of Henry 
Adam Holloway, by Helen [not Ann] 
his wife. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 82.— The 
baptism of Robert Waddon Martyn 
was registered at VVoolfardisworthy, near 
Bideford, co. Devon. 

Thomas Waddon and Annie Mabille 
Martyn had further issue a daughter, 
Sylvia Veronica Marjory, born at Devon- 
port 14 October, baptised at Lifton 13 
November 1894, and a son, Drury 
Thomas Waddon Martyn, born at 
Devonport 27 March, baptised at Stoke 
Damerel, co Devon, 23 June 1896. 
Thomas Waddon Martyn, who was 
Mayor of Devonport, died 23 Sep- 
tember, and was buried in Plymouth 
Cemetery 26 September i8g6. 

Page 83.— John Ley Kempthorne 
Martyn married at St. Mary's, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, 5 June 1897, 
Sybil Mary Annette, eldest daughter of 
Clement Scott. 



MATHER. Vol. 4, page 33.— Elizabeth, 
widow of John Philips Mather [not Rev.] 
died at Marklield, Bootle, co. Lancaster, 
aged 96, 10 January 1898, and was 
buried at St. George's, Everton, co. 
Lancaster. 

Page 34. — Christopher Vaughan 
Mather married at Sydney, New South 
Wales, 23 November 1897, Jean Emilia, 
daughter of Charles Tindal of Trigrove, 
CO. Hants. 

Page 35. — Fanny Maria, daughter of 
John Philips and Elizabeth Mather, died 
at Markfield, Bootle, 9 April 1898, and 
was buried at St. George's, Everton. 



MELLOR, Vol. 3, page 87.— Ellen 
Mabel, elder daughter of the Rt. Hon'''= 
John William and Caroline Mellor, was 
married at St. Saviour's, St. George's 
Square, London, on Thursday, 17 
November 1898, to Marcus Rowley 
Hill (2nd son of the Rt. Rev. Rowlev 
Hill, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and 
Man, by Caroline Maud his wife, 2nd 
daughter of Captain Alfred Chapman, 
R.N.) ; born 13 March 1867; Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy. 



MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 96.— Sir 
Cuthbert Edgar Peek, Bart., succeeded 
to the Baronetcy on the death of his 
father. Sir Henry William Peek, Bart., 
26 August 1898. 

Page 97.— The Rt. Hon^e William 
St. John Freemantle Brodrick, P.C., 
has been transferred from the War 
Office to the Foreign Office, and is now 
Under Secretary of State for Foreign 
Affairs. 

Page 99. — Alan Melvill Brodrick of 
Godalming, co. Surrey, married at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 27 April 
1898, Beatrice, only daughter of Henry 
Ernest Hall of Unsted Park, co. Surrey. 



MILBORNE-SWINNERTON- 
PILKINGTON. Vol. 2, page 174.— 
Major Thomas I^hvard and Lady Kath- 
leen Mary Alcxina Milborne-Swinnerton- 
Pilkington {see Addenda, Vol. j, page iv.) 
have further issue a son, Arthur William 
Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, born at 
36 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 
7 April, baptised at the Grosvenor 
Chapel, South Audley Street, London, 
5 May 1898 (Sponsors: Earl Bathurst, 
Lord Tewkesbury, and the Hon*"'' Mrs. 
Baillie of Dochfour). 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



MILNER-GIBSON. Vol. i, page 151.— 
Jasper Joseph Alexander Milner-Gibson 
died at Monte Carlo, aged 46, 2 April, 
and was buried at Woking, co Surrey, 
9 April 1898. Will dated 17 February 
1894, with codicil dated 31 July 1895, 
proved in the Principal Registry 1 1 
June 1898, by the widow and sole 
Executrix. 

MIREHOUSE. Vol. 3, page 154.— 
Evelyn Mirehouse was Captain \not 
Lieutenant] 71st Highlanders. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. Vol. 

4, page 2. — Annie Caroline, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. St. Aubyn Hender 
and Caroline Molesworth St. Aubyn, was 
married at Crowan, co. Cornwall, on 
Tuesday, 19 October 1897, to Edward 
Harvey Williams (3rd son of Sir 
Frederick Martin Williams of Tregullow, 
CO. Cornwall, and Heanton Court, co. 
Devon, Bart., J. P. and D.L., and M.P. 
for Truro, by Mary Christian his wife, 
youngest daughter of the Rev. Robert 
Vanbrugh Law, M.A., Prebendary and 
Treasurer of Wells Cathedral) ; born 2 
February, baptised at Perran Arworthal, 
CO. Cornwall, 20 April 1865 {see Pedigree 
of Williams, Vol. i, page 41). 

OUVRY. Vol. 3, page 168.— Matilda 
Hannah, wife of Colonel Henry A.\m€ 
Ouvry, C.B., died at The Salterns, 
Lyniington, co. Hants, 7 July, and was 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, 12 
July 1897. Administration, with will 
annexed dated 28 March 1895, was 
granted at the Principal Registry 23 
November 1897, to Henry George 
Willink. 

Page 169. — Sarah Mary, widow of 
Francis Sibson, M.D., F.R.S., died at 
East Acton, co. Middlesex, aged 75, 22 
January, and was buried at Acton 26 
January 1898. Will dated 22 June 
1882, with codicil dated 3 July 1896, 
proved in the Principal Registry 28 
March 1898, by Henry George Willink 
and Ernest Carrington Ouvry, the 
Executors. 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 41.— Colonel 
Arthur Edward Mainwaring-Ellerker- 
Onslow, died at Upton Villa, Alresford, 
CO. Hants, 10 July 1897. Will dated 
19 November 1896, with three codicils 
dated respectively 24 November 1896, 
23 January 1897, and 9 April 1897, 



ONSLOW, continued. 

proved in the Principal Registry 30 
September 1897, by Charles Vere 
Townshend Onslow, Arthur Edward 
Onslow, and Joseph Ridley Shield, the 
Executors. 

PEARCE- EDGECOMBE. Vol. 5, 
page 14. — Sir Edward Robert Pearce- 
Edgecombe is now of Sandye Place, co. 
Bedford. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 45.— 
John Powys and Clara Albertina Pen- 
ruddocke {see Addenda, Vol. j, page vii.) 
have further issue a son, born at 
Winchester House School, Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, 27 September 1897. 

Charles and Annie Elizabeth Dicken- 
son Marie Carew Brampford Penrud- 
docke have further issue a son, Thomas 
Penruddocke, born at Bratton St. Maur, 
CO. Somerset, 2 September 1897, bap- 
tised there privately the same day. 

PLUMER. Vol. I, page 219.— Alfred 
Saxby Plumer is now living at Tongdean, 
Patcham, co. Sussex. 

PORTER. Vol. I, page 158.— William 
Smith and Jessie Porter {see Addenda, 
Vol. 2, page v) have further issue a 
daughter, Barbara Bright, born at Shef- 
field 21 June, baptised at St. Andrew's, 
Sharrow, Sheffield, 17 July 1898. 

PRENTICE. Vol. I, page 148.— Mary, 
wife of Thomas Augustus Prentice, died 
at Armagh 14 March, and was buried 
at St. Mark's, Armagh, 17 March 



PRIDEAUX. Vol. 5, page 63.— Walter 
Reginald and Kate Prideaux have further 
issue a son, born at Plox House, Bruton, 
CO. Somerset, 22 June 189S. 

Page 64. — Harry Symes Prideaux 
married at Holy Trinity, Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 10 July 1897, Ethel Mary, 
daughter of J. W. O'Donoghue of 
Kensington, London. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. i, page 197.— 
William Delabere Pntchett died at 
Bournemouth, aged 75, 13 October 
1897. 

Sophia Amelia, wife of George Edward 
Pritchett, F.S.A., died at Oak Hall, 
Bishop's Stortford, aged 61, 23 August 



ADDITIONS 



CORRECTIONS. 



PUNCHARD. Vol. 3, page 136.— The 
Rev. Elgood George Punchard, D.D., 
was appointed Honorary Canon of Ely 
1895, and Rural Dean of Luton 1897. 
On II August 1897 he obtained a grant 
of arms by Garter and Clarencieux. 
Arms. — Sable, three plates, on a chief 
argent an unicorn's head erased 
of the first, between two pellets. 
Crest. — In front of an unicorn's head, 
erased sable, collared vair, three 
plates. 
Mutto. — Praemia non sine proeliis. 




RANDALL. Vol. 3, page 174.— John 
Randall of Orford, co. Suffolk, B.A. 
(Cambridge), died 20 February, and was 
buried at Orford 23 February 1898. 

Page 175. — William Sancroft and 
Eveline Mathilde Randall have further 
issue a daughter, Ruth Mary Sancroft, 
born at Old Charlton, co. Kent, 26 
July, baptised at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Woolwich, co. Kent, 12 Sep- 
tember 1897. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 140.— William 
Milner and Annie Kathleen Ratcliff {see 
Addenda, Vol. 5, page vii.) have issue a 
daughter, Marcia Kathleen, born at i 
Campbell Hill Gardens, Kensington, 
London, 21 June 1897. 

Page 141. — Edmund Ratcliff of 
Leamington, co. Warwick, died at 
Leamington 2 June, and was buried at 
Edgbaston Parish Church, co. Warwick, 
7 June 1898. 



RICKETTS. Vol. I, page 273.— Lady 
Caroline Augusta, widow of Admiral 
Sir Cornwallis Ricketts, Bart., died 3 
June, and was buried at Swindon, co. 
Gloucester, 7 June 1898. 

Page 274. — The children of Frederick 
William Rodney and Alice Eve Grace 
Ricketts are : — Claude Albert Frederick 
Ricketts, born at Burleigh Hall, Lough- 
borough, CO. Leicester, 27 April, baptised 
at Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, 
23 May 18S0 ; Beatrice Kathleen Alice, 
born at Burleigh Hall 17 July, baptised 
at Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, 
6 August 1882 ; Godfrey Cornwallis 
Ricketts, born at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
4 September, baptised at Cookham, 
CO. Berks, 10 October 1886 ; and 
Rodney Bernard Ricketts, born at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 3 November, 
baptised at St. Saviour's, Eastbourne, 9 
December 1894. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 20.— Nellie 
Sangster, daughter of Captain George 
and Jane Eleanor Rivington, was mar- 
ried at Holy Trinity, Combe Down, co, 
Somerset, 4 January 1898, to the Rev, 
Sawrey Brosvniow Benson (3rd son of 
Richard Brownlow Benson of Pulver 
batch, CO. Salop) ; educated at Shrews- 
bury School and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 June 1881, aged 
20, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888, Vicar of 
Combe Down. 

Page 22. — Emily, widow of Charles 
Rivington, died 29 August, and was 
buried in Honor Oak Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 2 September 1897. Will dated 
27 March 1877, proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 October 1897, by Charles 
Robert Rivington and Arthur William 
Rivington, the E.\ecutors. 

Page 23. — Jane, widow of William 
Rivington, died 19 December, and was 
buried in Kensington Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 23 December 1897. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 92. — Eliza, widow 
of Samuel Rope of Orford, co. Suffolk, 
died at Orford, aged 87, 6 August, and 
was buried there 10 August 1897. Will 
dated 30 June 1894, proved at Ipswich 
13 November 1897, by Walter Henry 
Rope, the Executor. 

Page 93. — John and Annie Rope 
have further issue a daughter, Corinne 
Annie, born at Horsham, co. Sussex, 28 
March, baptised there 29 May 1898. 

Page 94. — Arthur Mingay and Agnes 
Maud Rope have further issue a son. 



ADDITIONS d' CORRECTIONS. 



ROPE, continued. 

William Stanhope Rope, born at Leiston, 
CO. Suffolk, 23 May, baptised there 
4 July 1898. 

Page 95. — Edward Rope of Orford 
died at Orford on Tuesday, 27 Septem- 
ber, and was buried there on Friday, 30 
September 1898. 

Edward Mingay and Emma Morley 
Rope have further issue a daughter, 
Emma Elizabeth Crisp, born at Te 
Kopuru, New Zealand, 5 April, bap- 
tised there 14 April 1898. 

Walter Henry and Celia Mary Rope 
{see Addenda, Vol. j, page v.) have further 
issue a daughter, Dorothy Lucy, born at 
Orford 25 October 1897, baptised there 

2 January 1898. 

Page 96. — Dorothy Mary, daughter of 
Richard George and Catherine Rope 
{see Addenda, Vol. J, page vii.), died at 
Aberdare, South Wales, aged 2 months, 
12 October 1897. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 15.— Lieut.-Colonel 
Herbert Leigh and Clara Gipps, who 
were married at St. Clement's, Spotland, 
CO. Lancaster, 10 December 1872, cele- 
brated their silver wedding 10 December 

1897- 
Page 16. — Lieutenant Percy Moly- 
neux Rawson Royds, R.N., married at 
St. James', Kidbrooke, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 5 November iSqS, Florence, 
eldest daughter of Alfred Fernandez 
Yarrow of Woodlands, Blackheath. 

RYLANDS. Vol. i, page 15.— John 
Rylands of Thelwall Grange, co. 
Chester, died at Bryn Maelgwyn House, 
Llanrhos, co. Carnarvon, 24 February, 
and was buried at Eglwys Rhos, co. 
Carnarvon, i March 1898. 

Page 17. — Rachel Dorothea, daughter 
of Thomas Glazebrook and Elizabeth 
Rylands, and wife of George Percival 
Mason {see Addenda, Vol. j, page vi.), 
died at Llandudno 4 December, 
cremated at Chorlton-cum-Hardy, co. 
Lancaster, 9 December 1897; remains 
buried in the churchyard at Thelwall, 
CO. Chester, i February 1898. 

ST. GEORGE. Vol. i, page 108.— The 
Rev. Howard St. George died, aged 79, 

3 November 1898. 

SAVAGE. Vol. 3, page 6. — Arthur 
'I'liDmas Savage married at St. George's, 
Edgijaston, co. Warwick, 9 June 1897, 



SAVAGE, continued. 

Beatrice Louise, 2nd daughter of Walter 
Newton Fisher of Lawnfield, Edgbaston, 
J. P., by Lydia his wife, daughter of 
Thomas Ni.xon of Hampstead, co. Mid- 
dlesex ; born 2 March, baptised at St. 
Barnabas', Birmingham, 25 May 1870. 

Arthur Thomas Savage died, aged 
30, at Olton, Birmingham, 26 February 
189S, and was buried at Knowle, co. 
Warwick. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 80.— The 
Rt. Hon'''" George Nathaniel Curzon 
was created Baron Curzon of Kedleston 
in the Peerage of Ireland October 1898, 
and is now Viceroy-Designate of India. 
He and his wife, Mary Victoria Curzon, 
have further issue a daughter, Cynthia 
Blanche, born at The Priory, Reigate, 
CO. Surrey, 23 .August, baptised there 
I November 1898. 

Page 81.— The Hon'''' Alfred Nath- 
aniel and Henrietta Mary Curzon have 
further issue a son, Richard Nathaniel 
Curzon, born at Weston Underwood, co. 
Derby, 23 August, baptised there i 
November 1898. 

Page 82. — The Hon''"' Assheton 
Nathaniel Curzon married at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, 20 July 
1897, Mercy Lilian, 6th daughter of 
Haughton Charles Okeover of Okeover, 
CO. Stafford, J. P. and D.L., by his wife, 
the Hon'''' Eliza Anne, eldest daughter 
of Henry Manners, 3rd Lord Waterpark 
of Doveridge Hall, co. Derby. They 
have issue a daughter, Joan Doreen, 
born at 34 Stanhope Gardens, London, 
13 June, baptised at Okeover 31 July 



SCHOMBERG. Vol. i, page 209.-- 
Major Frederic .Spencer Schomberg is 
now of Berkeley House, Limpley Stoke, 
CO. Wilts. 

Page 210. — Hannah Susanna, widow 
of Henry Charles Schomberg, died at 
Broughton Gifford Rectory, co. Wilts, 
the residence of her only surviving 
child, the Rev. Alan Brodrick, 9 
February, and was buried at Seend, 
CO. Wilts, 12 February 1898. 

Elizabeth Mary, widow of Joseph 
Trigge Schomberg, died at 16 Herefortl 
Square, London, 5 July, and was buried 
at Seend 10 July 1898. 

Edmund Clarke Schomberg is now 
of Clyfife Hall, Market Lavington, co. 
Wilts, and of Seend. 



ADDITIONS 6r CORRECTIONS. 



SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 109.— Cap- 
tain Leonard Julius Shadwell, D.A.A.G. 
for the Punjaub, India, married at 
Heavitree, Exeter, 25 January 1898, 
Gertrude Ellen, only daughter of Colonel 
George Alderson Milman, R.A. 

Page III. — Richard Blaney Wade 
died at 13 Seymour Street, London, 
aged 76, 29 July 1897. 

SPARKS. Vol. 3, pages 126 and 127.— 
Arthur Edward Sparks married at 
Misterton, co. Somerset, 18 February 
1S98, Ethel Ellen, only daughter of 
William Biencowe Sparks of Misterton 
Lodge. 

TAUNTON. Vol. 4, page 167.— The 
Rev. William Oliver was of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge \not of Trinity College]. 
He was a E.A. 1836, M.A. 1840 \not 
1845 and i860]. 

Page 168. — Ann Rollo, ist wife of 
Rev. Frederick Taunton, was born at 
Bridgetown, Barbados, VVest Indies, 10 
January, baptised 30 January 18 13 
\not in 1 8 14]. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 118.— Robert 
Augustus Thurburn married 2ndly at St. 
Bartholomew's, Rosario de Santa Fe, 
Argentine Republic, i September 1898, 
Bertha, 2nd daughter of H. H. Loveday. 

Page 119. — Lieutenant Colonel Feli.x 
Augustus Victor Thurburn was born 24 
[not 2 2] November 1823. 

Page 120. — Captain Henry Thurburn 
died at Craigness, co. Kincardine, 29 
September, and was buried in Allenvale 
Cemetery, Aberdeen, 2 October 1897. 
Will dated 16 June 1896, proved in the 
Principal Registry 13 December 1897, 
by Isabella Ann Thurburn, the relict, 
the Executor. 

TRUSCOTT. Vol. 4, page gg.-Matilda, 
daughter of William and Agatha Trus- 
cott, and widow of Richard Dyott, died 
at 38 Argyle Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
aged 96, 8 February, and was buried in 
Ryde Cemetery 12 February 1898. 

Pageioi. — George Frederick Truscott 
of Heavitree, co. Devon, died at 8 
Baring Crescent, Exeter, aged 80, 8 
January, and was buried at St. Michael's, 
Heavitree, 13 January 1898. 

Catherine Eleanor, daughter of George 
Frederick and Frances Hastings Trus- 
cott, was married at St. Mark's, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 20 June 1898, to Lieutenant 
Colonel Henry McLeod Hutchison 
(only surviving son of Brigadier-General 



TRUSCOTT, continued. 

George Hutchison, by Clara Georgina 
his wife, daughter of Henry Williams of 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall {see Hutchison 
Pedigree, Vol. 5, page 7/). 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 85.— Samuel Tuke, 
M.A. (Cambridge), married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, 27 October 
1897, Violet, eldest daughter of Captain 
Edward William Dunlo Croker of the 
93rd Highlanders, by Florence his wife, 
daughter of Major Charles Gore of the 
72nd Highlanders. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 25.— Caroline, 
widow of Henry Ramey Upcher of 
Sherringham Hall, co. Norfolk, died at 
Sherringham Hall, aged 79, 15 August 
1897- 
Page 26. — Reginald Upcher died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 57, 2 
February 1898. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 60.— For Charles 
Arthur Madan Warde, born at Squerryes 
Court, read Charles Arthur Madan 
Warde of Squerryes Court. He and 
his wife, the Hon*"'' Anastasia Kathleen 
Lucia Warde have further issue a son, 
born at Squerryes Court 2 March 1898. 
Page 61. — Ralph Cromwell and 
Frances Molina Gregg, who were 
married at St. Andrew's, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 2 August 1873 [not 1872] 
celebrated their Silver Wedding 2 
August 1898. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page III.— The Rev. 
Henry James Watney was married at 
Wadingham, co. Lincoln, by the Lord 
Bishop of Lincoln, 23 April 1895, to 
Blanche, daughter of the Rev. Joseph 
Simpson, by Rose his wife, daughter of 
Thomas Wall of Brixton, co. Surrey. 
They have issue a daughter, Marjorie 
Joan, born at Canwick Vicarage, 
Lincoln, 31 August 1897. 

WEBBER. Vol. 4, page 158.— Elizabeth, 
widow of Charles Samuel Webber, died 
in London 6 January, and was buried in 
Paddington Cemetery 11 January 189S. 
M.I. Will dated 17 Fel)ruary 1893, 
with codicil dated 11 May 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 741, 98) 26 April 1898, by 
Sir Andrew Scoble, M.P., the sole 
Executor. 

WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— Cecily 
ALary, only daughter of Henry Lamplugh, 
and the Hon'"'' Teresa Mary Josephine 
Wickham was married in the Registry 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



WICKHAM, continued. 

Office of St. George's, Hanover Square, 
14 September 1897, to Frederick 
William Alfred Herbert Gillett (eldest 
son of Alfred Gillett of 45 Mount 
Street, London, by Frederica Isabella 
Augusta his wife, daughter of Richard 
Ilbert Lort Phillips of Ashdale, co. 
Pembroke) ; born 21 March 1S72 ; 
Lieutenant Pembrokeshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry. 

Cyril Henry VVickham is now a 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Wiltshire 
Regiment. ' 

WILLIAMS. Vol. I, page 41.— Edward 
Harvey W illiams married at Crowan, co. 
Cornwall, on Tuesday, 19 October 1S97, 
Annie Caroline, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. St. Aubyn Hender Molesworth 
St. Aubyn of Clowance, co. Cornwall, by 
Caroline his wife, 3rd daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Wheler, M...K., of Otterden 
Place, CO. Kent; born at CoUingham, 
CO. York, 22 October 1867 (see Pedigree 
of Molesworth St. Aubyn, Vol. 4, page 2). 

WILSON. Vol. I, page 179.— Sarah, 
youngest daughter of Jacob and Eliza- 
beth Wilson, died at Riding-Miilon- 
Tyne, 29 February, and was buried 
there 3 March 1896. 

Margaret, wife of Thomas Wilson, 
died at Riding-Mill-on-Tyne 14 April, 
and was buried there 17 April 1897. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 8.— Colonel 
Thomas Faulconer and Edith Isabel 
AN'isden, who were married at Broad- 
water, CO. Sussex, 15 August 1872, 
celebrated their Silver Wedding 15 
August 1897. 

Page 9. — Charles Wisden died at 
Henfield, co. Sussex, 1 1 September, and 
was buried in Henfield Cemetery 14 
September 1897. Will dated 6 January 
1897, proved at Chichester 13 October 
1897, by Helen Sketchley Bacon and 
Adolphus William Wisden Candle, the 
Executors. 

Frank Thomas Wisden married at St. 
Stephen's, Gloucester Road, London, 19 
January 1898, Gwendoline Mabel Lucy, 
2nd daughter of P'rederick Cotton of 
Redeham Hall, Burstow, co. Surrey, by 
Florence his wife, daughter of Charles 
Richard Banastre Legh of Adlington 
Hall, CO. Chester, J. P. and D.L. They 
have issue a daughter, born at 22 
Harrington Road, London^ on Tuesday, 
22 November 1898. 



WISDEN, continued. 

Gladys Edith Henrietta, daughter of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Faulconer, 
and Edith Isabel Wisden of Broadwater, 
CO. Sussex, was married at Broadwater 
on Wednesday, 27 April 1898, to 
Captain Charles Powlett Aldridge of St. 
Leonard's Forest, co. Sussex (2nd son 
of Major John Aldridge of St. Leonard's 
Forest, J.P. and D.L., by Mary Alethea 
his wife, widow of Thomas Broadwood 
of Holmbush, co. Sussex; bom 27 
September 1866; Captain ist Battalion 
Royal Sussex Regiment. 
WOOD. Vol. 4, page 70. — Major-General 
Edward Alexander Wood, C.B., died at 
Shorncliffe Camp, co. Kent, 22 May, 
and was buried there on Thursday, 26 
August 1898. Will dated 3 January 
1873, proved in the Principal Registry 
I July 1898, by Janet Wood the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 

Vol. 5, page 79. — Emily Charlotte 
Eliott, elder daughter of Captain James 
John and Jessie Blanche Adelaide 
Wood, was married at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 4 July 189S, to Captain 
Laurence Edward Eliott of the Indian 
Staff Corps (elder son of Edward 
Frederick Eliott of the Madras Civil 
Service, by Rykie Sophia his wife, 
daughter of Peter Laurence Cloete. 

James George Eliott Wood married at 
St. Mark's, North Audley Street, Lon- 
don, 1 8 October 1898, Amy, eldest 
daughter of Arthur Wagg of Bryanston 
Square, London, and of Brighton, co. 
Sussex. 
WOODROOFFE. Vol. 2, page n.— 
Lilias Mary, only daughter of William 
Erskine and Amelia Maria Woodrooffe, 
was married at St. Mary's, Oatlands, co. 
Surrey, 22 July 1896, to Colonel 
Frederick John Curtin of the Glouces- 
tershire Regiment ; born 27 March 
1846; Colonel Commanding the 28th 
Regimental Distict. 

Page 12. — George Borries Woodrooffe 
married at Smithfield, Orange River 
Free State, 7 September 1896, Elizabeth 
Macfarlane, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Jameson, M.D., Staff-Surgeon R.N. 
(retired) and had issue a son, Henry 
Leander Jameson Woodrooffe, who died 
at Smithfield 12 July 1897. 

WORTHINGTON. Vol. i, page 221. 
Colonel Charles Denison Pedder died 
at Kilbourne Hall, co. Derby, 2 March 
1 89S. Catherine Elizabeth, his wife, died 
at Kilbourne Hall 24 February 1898. 



ADDITIONS 



CORRECTIONS. 



WORTHINGTON, continued. 

Page 223. — Evelyn Mabel, eldest 
daughter of Albert Octavius and Sarah 
Elizabeth Worthington of Maple Hayes, 
CO. Stafford, was married at Lichfield 
Cathedral, co. Stafford, 12 January 1898, 
to Edward Arthur Field Whittell Her- 
bert of Glan Hafren and Llanllugen, co. 
Montgomery (eldest son of George 
Edward Herbert, Lieut. -Colonel 9th 
Bengal Light Cavalry, of Upper Helms- 
ley, CO. York, and of Llanllugen and 
Glan Hafren, co. Montgomery, J. P. and 
D.L., by Anna Maria his wife, eldest 
daughter and heir of Joshua Francis 
Whittell of Upper Helmsley and 
Westow, CO. York) ; born 5 November 
1870; educated at Eton and Trinity 



WORTHINGTON, continued. 

College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892, Lieu- 
tenant Yorkshire Artillery, J. P. for co. 
Montgomery and for the North Riding 
of CO. York. 

YOUNG. Vol. 3, page lo.— Julia, wife of 
Joseph Hayne Lambton Young, died 2 1 
September 1898, and was buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London. 

Page II. — Louisa, 4th daughter of 
the Rev. Thomas Chilton Lambton and 
Margaret Louisa Young, died in June 
1895, and was buried at Dawlish, co. 
Devon. 

Sidney, daughter of Rev. Thomas 
Chilton Lambton Young, and wife of 
Henry Young, died 15 June 1896, and 
was buried at Dawlish.