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Full text of "Visitation of England and Wales"

THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



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Five hundred copies only of 


the Eighth 


Volume 


of the 


" Visitation of England and 


Wales " 


have 


been printed at 


my Private 


Press. 


This 


copy is No. 320 








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Visitation 



of 



€nglanti anii Wales. 



EDITED BY 
JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D.. 

MALTRAVERS HERALD EXTRAORDINARY, 
AND 

FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



VOLUME 8. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
1900. 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Page 

Allanby of Walsoken, co. 

Norfolk . . . -17 
Allcroft of Stokesay Castle, 

CO. Salop . . .58 

Allix of Swaffham Prior, co. 

Cambridge . . -137 
Armitage of Milnsbridge 

House and Storthes Hall, 

CO. York . 
Babington of Cossington, co 

Leicester 
Barnardiston of The Ryes, 

CO. Suffolk 
Barrett of Milton House, co 

Berks 
BoLDiNG of Edgbaston, co, 

Warwick 
Boyd of Moor House, co 

Durham . 
Broadley of The Knapp, 

Bradpole, co. Dorset 
BuLKELEY-OwEN of Tedsmore, 

CO. Salop 
Carthew of Woodbridge 

Abbey, co. Suffolk . 
Caudle of Henfield, co, 

Sussex ... 

COLMAN ... 

COOKSON 

Cripps-Day of Stratton St 

Margaret's, co. Wilts 
Danvers 
DoDDERiDGE, formerly of Bur 

land, CO. Somerset . 
Drake-Cutcliffe of The 

Manor House, Lee, co 

Devon 
Fellowes of Shotesham Park, 

CO. Norfolk 
Fewtrell, formerly of Hold 

gate Hall, co. Salop 
Flatt of Blaxhall, co. Suffolk 
Freeman of Hidcot Bartram, 

CO. Gloucester 
Gresley of Drakelow, co 

Derby . . . .116 



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Haworth-Booth of HuUbank 

House and Rowlston Hall, 

East Riding, co. York 
Heathcote, formerly of Hursley 

Park, CO. Hants 
Hopkins of Worthing, co. 

Sussex .... 
Hyett of Painsvvick House, 

CO. Gloucester 
Leicester, Earl of 
Locket of Stonebridge Park, 

CO. Middlesex . 
Middlemore of Hawkesley, 

CO. Worcester, and of 

Birmingham, co. Warwick 
Moore of Lea End House, 

Alvechurch, co. Worcester 105 
Moore-Stevens of Cross and 

Winscott, CO. Devon 
Morris of York 
Pack-Beresford . 
Parley of Manadon, 

Devon 
Parr of Paytoe Hall and Bay 

sham Court, co. Hereford 
Perrins of Davenham, co. 

Worcester, and of Ardross, 

CO. Ross 
Rawson of The Haugh End 

and Mill House, co. York 
Reynell-Pack of Netherton, 

CO. Devon 
RoYDS of Brereton, co. Chester 
Tom of Little Petherick and 

Killagorden, co. Cornwall 
Webb of Odstock, co. Wilts, 

and of Warborough, Ken- 
ton, CO. Devon 
Wheler of Leamington Hast 

ings, CO. Warwick . 
Whittingham 

WiLLOUGHBY DE BROKE, Baron 
Wolton of Newbourne, co 

Suffolk ... 
Wrinch of Erwarton, co, 

Suffolk . 



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^^ebigrees. 




3|eat{)cote, formerly of 
Hurslej) ^arfe, to. Hants;. 



Rev. William Heathcote (2nd son= 
of Sir William Heathcote of Hurs- 
ley Park, co. Hants, 3rd Bart., by 
Frances his wife, dau. and coheir 
of John Thorpe of Embley, co. 
Hants) ; bapt. at Romsey, co. 
Hants, 31 August 1 772 ; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 24 
November 1790, aged 18, B.A. 
1794, M.A. 1797; Prebendary of 
Winchester 1798, Rector of Wor- 
ting, CO. Hants, February 1801 ; 
died at Worting 29 March, bur. 
at Hursley 3 April 1802. 



j4rms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Ermine, three pomeis, each charged with a 
cross or. 

Crest. — On a mural coronet azure, a 
pomeis charged with a cross or, between 
two wings displayed ermine. 

Motto.— V)e\is, prosperat justos. 



=Elizabeth, 4th dau. of 
Lovelace Bigg-Wither 
of Manydown, co. 
Hants, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Brydges 
Blachford of Osborne, 
Isle of Wight; born 21 
August 1773; marr. at 
Wootton St. Lawrence, 
CO. Hants, 1 1 January 
1798; died at Hursley 
Park, in her 82nd year, 
on Friday, 23 March, 
bur. at Hursley 29 
March 1855. 



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HonMs Caroline= 
Frances,youngest 
dau. of Charles 
George, ist Lord 
Arden, by Mar- 
garetta Elizabeth 
his wife, eldest 
dau. of Sir 
Thomas Spencer 
Wilson, 6th Bart.; 
born 30 June 
1798; marr. at 
Lord Arden's resi- 
dence, Nork, near 
Epsom, CO. Sur- 
rey, 8 Nov. 1825; 
died at the resi- 
dence of her 
father, St. James' 
Place, London, 3 
March 1835, bur. 
at Hursley 10 
March 1835. ist 
wife. 



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Rt. Hon'''= Sir William Heathcote of Hursley= 
Park, Bart, P.C. ; born 17 May, bapt. at 
Worting 19 May 1801 ; educated at Ramsbury, 
CO. Wilts, St. Mary's College, Winchester, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 30 Oc- 
tober 1817, aged 16, B.A. 1821, Fellow of All 
Souls' College 1822-25, B.C.L. 1824, D.C.L. 
28 May 1830, Hon. Fellow 1858, a Student of 
the Inner Temple 1822 ; Lord of the Manor 
of Merdon, D.L. for co. Hants, High Sheriff 
1832, Chairman of Quarter Sessions for co. 
Hants 1838-50; Major Hampshire Yeomanry; 
M.P. for CO. Hants 1826-32, for North Hants 
1837-49, and for the University of Oxford 
1854-68; sworn of the Privy Council 1870; 
succeeded his uncle as 5th Bart. February 
1825 ; died at Hursley Park, aged 80, on 
Wednesday, 17 August, bur. in the mau- 
soleum at Hursley 26 August 1881. M.I. on 
the south wall of the tower of Hursley Church. 
Will dated 22 July 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
736, 81) 13 October 1881, by Thomas 
Richard Frederick Cooke-Trench of Millicent, 
CO. Kildare, and Arthur ALilcolm Heathcote 
of WooUey Green, co. Southampton, the son, 
the Exors. 



=Selina, dau. of 
Evelyn John Shir- 
ley of Eatington 
Park, CO. Warwick, 
M.P., by Eliza his 
wife,dau. of Arthur 
Stanhope, cousin 
to the Earl of 
Chesterfield; bom 
16 September, 
bapt. at Eating- 
ton 12 October 
1 8 14; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London 
(bythe Rev. James 
Shirley, Rector of 
Frettenhara, co. 
Norfolk), on Tues- 
day, 18 May 1 84 1. 
2nd wife. 



Frances, 
born and 
died in 
1800. 





Sir William Perceval Heathcote, Bart. ; born at Hursley= 
Park 7 September, bapt. at Hursley i6 September 1826; 
educated at Eton, Winchester and at University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 March 1846, aged 19 ; J. P. for 
CO. Hants, served in Rifle Brigade and 7th Hussars; 
succeeded his father as 6th Bart. 17 August 1881. 



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=Lretitia Maria, dau. of David Daly of 
Dublin, by Mary Anne his wife, dau. 
of William Lewis Walker; born 2 Jan- 
uary 1829, and bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Dublin ; marr. at Salt Hill, Kingstown, 
CO. Dublin, 5 September 1849. 





Mary Caroline, born at Lyme 
Regis, CO. Dorset, 11 Dec. 
1 85 1 , bapt. at SS. Michael and 
George 8 Jan. 1852 ; died, 
aged lo years and 6 months, 
18 June, bur. in the cemetery 
at Southampton on Friday, 20 
June 1862. 

Rev. William Arthur Heath- 
cote, born 22 July, bapt. at 
SS. Michael and George, Lyme 
Regis,i5Aug.i853; educated 
at Beaumont College, Old 
Windsor; a Member of the 
Society of Jesus 7 Sept. 1871, 
ordainedaPriest2oSept.i88s, 
Rector of Beaumont College 
Sept. 1 89 1 to Sept. 1894, S.J. 
of the Church of Rome. 



Lieut. -Col. Gilbert= 
Redvers Heath- 
cote, born 25 De- 
cember 1 854, bapt. 
at SS. Michael 
and George, Lyme 
Regis, CO. Dorset, 
5 January 1855 ; 
Lieut.-Colonel ist 
Battalion Camero- 
nians (Scottish 
Rifles), served in 
the Gaika War 
1878, and in Zulu 
War 1879 (medal 
with clasp), retired 
19 October 1892. 



=Pauline, eldest dau. of Sir 
Alfred Wilson Trevelyan, 7th 
Bart., of Nettlecombe, co. 
Somerset, by Fanny his wife, 
dau. of the Rt. Hon*''^ James 
Henry Monahan, Lord Chief 
Justice of the Common Pleas 
in Ireland; born3 May 1862; 
marr. at the Church of Our 
Lady, Grove Road, St. John's 
Wood, London (by the Rev. 
William Heathcote, S. J., bro- 
ther of the bridegroom, assis- 
ted by the Very Rev. Canon 
Barry), on Thursday, 15 Oct. 
1891 ; died at 5 Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 3 June, 
bur. in Kensal Green Ceme- 
tery, London, 7 June 1897. 



Kathleen Ada, 
born at Gal- 
way 2 7 April 
1856 ; a Nun 
of the Order 
of the Sacred 
Heart. 



IsabelFrances, 
born at Lyme 
Regis 23 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
at SS. Michael 
and George, 
Lyme Regis, 4 
October 1857. 



Selina Frances, 
bom at 43 Eaton 
Place, London, 
4 May, bapt. 
at Hursley 26 
June 1S42. 



Charles George Heathcote, born at= 
43 Eaton Place, London, i Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Hursley 19 November 
1 843 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 June 1862, aged 
18, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1870; J.P. for 
CO. Southampton ; Major (retired) 
Northumberland Fusiliers, formerly 
Lieut.-Colonel ist Volunteer Bat- 
talion Hampshire Regiment. 



=Lucy Ly ttelton, dau. of Richard Tanfield 
Vachell of Coptfold Hall, co. Essex, 
by Georgina Lyttelton his wife, dau. 
of Arthur Lyttelton Annesley ; born 
at Bognor, co. Sussex, 20 December 
1862, bapt. at South Bersted, co. 
Sussex, 8 March 1863 ; marr. at 
Hursley (by the Rev. James Gavin 
Young) on Thursday, 15 May 1S84. 



Maud Lyttelton, born at Hursley on 
Friday, 20 February, bapt. there 22 
March 1885. _ 

Sybil Annesley, born at Hursley on 
Saturday, 25 September, bapt. there 
10 October 1886; died at Peverell, 
Hursley, aged r2, on Monday, 26 
September, bur. at Hursley 28 Sep- 
tember 1898. 



Jennetta Selina, born at 
Hursley on Monday, 10 
September, bapt. there 21 
September 1888. 



Frances Gwendolen, born 
at Hursley on Wednesday, 
19 February, bapt. there 
6 April 1890. 



George Malcolm Heath- 
cote, born at Hursley on 
Friday, 25 September, 
bapt. there 25 October 
1891. _ 

Lucy Helena, born at 
Hursley on Saturday, 12 
December I S96, bapt. there 
10 January 1897. 



George Parker Heathcote, born 24 July, bapt.= 
privately at 67 Wimpole Street, London, 26 
August 1828; Captain 52nd Regiment of Foot ; 
died s.p. at Field House, Hursley, in his 43rd 
year, on Wednesday, 15 February, bur. near the 
mausoleum in Hursley Churchyard 29 February 
1871. Will dated 15 November 1869, proved 
at Winchester 6 March 1871, by Thomas 
Richard Frederick Cooke-Trench of Millicent, 
CO. Kildare, the sole Exor. 



=Isabella Margaretta Elizabeth, younger dau. 
of the Rt. Hon*"'^ Spencer Horatio Walpole, 
M.P., P.C., by Isabella his wife, dau. of the 
Rt. Hon'^''^ Spencer Perceval, M.P., Chancellor 
of the Exchequer, First Lord of the Treasury 
and Prime Minister (see Perceval Pedigree, Vol. 
6, page 8g); born at Serle Street, London, 29 
December 1841 ; marr. at Hursley (by the 
Rev. James Gavin Young) on Tuesday, 15 
June 1869. 



Rev. Evelyn Dawsonne= 
Heathcote, born at 43 
Eaton Place, London, 
II November, bapt. at 
Hursley 15 December 
1844; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 
June 1863, aged 18, 
B.A. 1867, M.A. 1S70; 
Vicar of Sparsholt and 
Rector of Lainston, co. 
Hants, 1875-93. 



=Grace, 2nd dau. of James 
Hussey of The Close, 
Salisbury, by Henrietta 
his wife, dau. of John 
Grove of Feme, co. 
Wilts; born 21 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 28 October 
1847 ; marr. there (by 
the Bishop of Salisbury) 
on Tuesday, 19 Decem- 
ber 1876. 



Arthur Malcolm=f=Mary 
Heathcote, born at 
43 Eaton Place, 
London, 22 Ap- 
ril, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 30 
May 1 84 7; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 
Nov. 1865, aged 
18, B.A. 1870, a 
Student of the 
Middle -Temple 
1869. 



Forbes, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. James 
Gavin Young, Vicar of 
Hursley, by Anna his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Thorp of Bur- 
tonOvery,co. Leicester; 
born 31 January, bapt. 
at Brigstock, co. North- 
ampton, 22 February 
1852 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Hursley (by the 
Rev. Peter Young), on 
Wednesday, 20 August 
1879. 



Dorothy, born at Woolley Green, Marion, born at Hillside, 

near Romsey, co. Hants, on Satur- Whitchurch, co. Oxford, 

day, 20 November, bapt. at Hursley on Sunday, 3 February, 

19 December 1880. bapt. at Hursley 17 

_ March 1884. 

Phyllis Young, born at Woolley 

Green, near Romsey, on Tuesday, Ruth, born at Woolley 

2 May, bapt. at Hursley i June Green, near Romsey, on 

1882; died at Woolley Green, aged Friday, 20 November, 

I year and 10 months, on Sunday, bapt. at Hursley 20 De- 

16 March, bur. at Hursley 20 March cember 1885. 

1884. 



James Shirley Heathcote, born 
at 14 Campden Hill Gardens, 
London, on Thursday, 7 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 7 August 
1887. _ 

Martin Arthur Heathcote, born 
at 16 Campden Hill Gardens, 
London, on Friday, 1 5 January, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, London, 21 February 
1892. 



Godfrey Hungerford Heathcote, born 
at Hursley Park 23 March, bapt. at 
Hursley 27 April 1851; died 12 June, 
bur. near the mausoleum in Hursley 
Churchyard 17 June 1858. M.L 



Helena Mary, born at Hursley Park 12 
March, bapt. at Hursley 17 April 1853. 



Beatrice Henrietta (twin with Jennetta Alethea) ; born 
at Hursley Park 17 February, bapt. at Hursley 25 
March 1856. 

Jennetta Alethea (twin with Beatrice Henrietta); 
born at Hursley Park 17 February, bapt. at Hursley 
25 March 1856; died unmarried at Assisi, Italy, 
aged 31, on Tuesday, 31 May, bur. at Florence, Italy, 
4 June 1887. M.I. in the tower of Hursley Church. 



Eliza, his cousin=f=Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan, 



and eldest dau. 
of Lieut. -Colonel 
William Arthur 
Heathcote of 
Rollstone, co. 
Wilts, J.P. and 
D.L., by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of John 
Adams \\'alsh of 
Walsh Park, co. 
Tipperary; born 
2 2 October 1832; 
niarr. at Rollstone 
(bytheRev.John 
Hampson John- 
son) on Tuesday, 
29 March 1853; 
died at Hopton 
Cangeford Par- 
sonage, CO. Salop, 
aged 31, on Tues- 
day, 16 August, 
bur. at Rollstone 
19 August 1864. 
rst wife. 



Heathcote, born at 
6 Old Burlington 
Street, London, 12 
July, bapt. at Hursley 
9 Aug. 1830; of Bal- 
liol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 8 Dec. 
1848, aged 18; Rec- 
tor of West Deeping, 
CO. Lincoln, 1867, 
Chaplain at Siena, 
Italy, 1882; formerly 
Lieutenant in the 
Madras Army; died 
at West Deeping 7 
P'eb., bur. there 12 
Feb. 1890. Will 
dated 12 Nov. 1885, 
with codicil dated 
8 Sept. 1 886, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 330, 
90) 15 April 1890, 
by Mary Henrietta 
Heathcote of 36 
Eccleston Square, 
London, the reUct, 
and Charles George 
Heathcote of Hurs- 
Iey,co. Southampton, 
the brother by the 
half blood, the Exors. 



=Helen Maxwell,= 
only child of 
James John Cun- 
ningham of the 
Hon**'' East India 
Co.'s Service ; 
born 20 October 
1842 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Gloucester Ter- 
race, London, 14 
November 1865 ; 
died at Florence, 
Italy,on Monday, 
30 October 1882, 
and bur. there. 
2nd wife. 



=Mary Henrietta, his cousin, dau. of 
Spencer Arthur Perceval of Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, by Marianne his 
wife, dau. of Rev. George Dunnage 
of Papanui, New Zealand; born 30 
April 1863; marr. at St. Barnabas', 
Pimlico, London (by the Rev. 
Charles Gabriel Trewman Maturin), 
on Tuesday, 20 November 1883. 
She marr. 2ndly at St. Lawrence', 
Alton, CO. Hants (by the Rev. Guy 
Landon, cousin of the bride, as- 
sisted by the Rev. Francis ^\^lyley, 
the Vicar), on Thursda)^ 25 Feb- 
ruary 1897, Henry Gourlay of 
Kempshott Park, Basingstoke, co. 
Hants, J.P. for co. Forfar. 3rd wife. 



Leonard Vyvyan Heath- 
cote, born at West 
Deeping 7 September, 
bapt. there 4 October 
1885. 



Reginald St. Alban 
Heathcote, born at 
West Deeping 1 7 
June, bapt. there 22 
July 1888. 



William Charles 
Perceval Heath- 
cote ; born at 
St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Susses, 
on Wednesday, 
27 March, bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, 28 April 
1867. 



Rev. Francis Cooke Caulfeild Heathcote, 
born at Stamford, co. Lincoln, on Monday, 
20 April, bapt. at West Deeping, co. Lin- 
coln, 21 May 1868; educated at Lancing 
College and at Trinity College, Toronto, 
Canada ; Rector of St. Clement's, Toronto. 



Spencer Gilbert Heathcote, born at West 
Deeping 1 4 Oct., bapt. there 3 1 Dec. 1 8 7 1 . 



Helen Mary Caroline, born 
17 October 1875, bapt. at 
West Deeping 6 January 
1876. 



Margaret 



Mary Helena, 
born at Siena, Italy, 25 June 
1882, bapt. there privately, 
and received into the 
church at Hursley. 



Rev. Gilbert Arthur Heathcote, born= 
10 February, bapt. privately at New 
York, U.S.A., 7 March 1854; educated 
at Rugeley and at Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1876, 
aged 22, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1884; Vicar 
of Harmston, co. Lincoln, 1889-94. 



=Mary Susan, younger dau. of Major 
William James Rind of the Bengal 
Army, by Anne Johnson his wife; 
born at Mussoorie, N.W.P., India, 
16 December 1854, and bapt. at 
Christ Church, Mussoorie; marr. at 
Horspath, co. Oxford, on Tuesday, 
2 July 1878. 



George Wyndham 
Heathcote, born 
at Hursley 5 June, 
bapt. there 8 July 
1855- 



Mary Gertrude Caroline, born at AUt nan Rbs, Onich, 
CO. Inverness, 8 September, bapt. at St. Bride's, North 
Ballachulish, co. Inverness, 5 October 1S84. 



Grace Mary Bertha, born at Allt nan 
Rbs, Onich, 2 October, and bapt. 
there privately 6 November 1887. 



Caroline Elizabeth, born 6 May, bapt. at Hursley 7 
August 1833; marr. there 17 August 1858, Thomas 
Richard Frederick Cooke-Trench of Millicent, co. 
Kildare (eldest son of Thomas Trench of Millicent, by 
Catherine his wife, dau. of Colonel Richard Croasdaile 
of Rynn, Queen's County); born 18 August, bapt. at 
Lea, Queen's County, 20 September 1829 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Kildare, J. P. for co. Westmeath, High 
Sheriff for co. Kildare 1S82, Lay Diocesan Nominator 
for the Diocese of Kildare ; by Royal Licence dated 8 
July 1858, he resumed the surname and arms of Trench 
in addition to and after that of Cooke. 

{See Pedigree of Cooke-Treiich, " Visitation of 
Ireland" Vol. /, page 28). 




Gertrude Mary Selina, 
born at Hursley 20 
May, bapt. there 14 
Sept. 1856 ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Clane, 
CO. Kildare, 9 July 
1895, Neville Mac- 
kenzie Newton Law- 
rence of Onich, CO. 
Inverness (son of 
NevilleGeorge Murray 
Lawrence, by Mary 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Admiral Alexander 
Mackenzie); born at 
Forebridge, co. Staf- 
ford, 21 Dec. 1853. 
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Amy, dau. of the Rev., 
George Davies, Vicar of 
Eldon, CO. Hants ; marr. 
at Romsev,co. Hants, 28 
Sept. 1882; died at Os- 
borne House, Romsey, 
aged 28, on Sunday, i 
April, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Romsey 5 April 
1888. ist wife. 



-Gerald \^^niam Yvery= 
Heathcote, born 28 Dec. 
1S58, bapt. privately at 
Hudscott House, Chittle- 
hampton, co. Devon, 3 
Jan. 1859, and received 
into the church at Boy- 
ton, CO. Wilts, 18 Nov. 
i860. 



Henry Arthur Yvery 
Heathcote, born at Os- 
borne House, Romsey, 
on Saturday, 17 Dec. 
1887, bapt. at Romsey 
22 Jan. 1888. 



Dorothy May, born 
at Grahams town. 
Cape Colony, 19 
May 1895. 



=Mary Florence, dau. 
of the Rev. William 
Homan Turpin of 
St. Philip's, Grahams- 
town, Cape Colony ; 
marr. at St. Philip's, 
Grahamstown, 20 



June 
wife. 



1893 



2nd 



Marjorie, born at 
Peddie, Cape Colony, 
in 1898 ; died at Gra- 
hamstown the same 
year, and bur. there. 



Rev. Godfrey Samuel Charles= 
Heathcote, born at Codford St. 
Mary, co. Wilts, 1 7 September, 
bapt. at Boyton 18 November 
i860 ; educated at Bloxham ; 
Rector of Bathurst, Cape 
Colony, 1898. 



=Mary, dau. of George Underwood of 
Acton, CO. Middlesex ; born at Kid- 
derminster, CO. Worcester, 5 January 
1847, and bapt. there; marr. at St. 
Dunstan's, East Acton (by the Rev. 
Thomas Miller Hayter), on Monday, 
13 February 1882. 



Gytha Mary Catharine, 
born at Hopton Cange- 
ford 28 March 1S63 ; 
died at Rollstone, co. 
Wilts, aged 2, on Friday, 

8 September, bur. there 

9 September 1865. 




Cartfjeto of ISEooliIirttigc abbep, to. 

Suffolk. 



Ariits,—Ot, a chevron sable between three murrs proper. _ _ 
Crests.— \, A murr proper, ducally gorged ; 2, A falcon rising, 

ducally gorged and belled proper. 
Motloes.—\, Bedhoh fyr ha heb drok ; 2, Aymez loyaulte. 

Peter Carthew of Bermondsey, London (son of Peter Carthew of 
Tiverton, co. Devon, by Susanna Cooke his wife) ; marr. Peggy Smith of 
Brentford, co. Middlesex, who died at Kensington, London, aged 78, 
I December, and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 8 
December 1847. M.L He died at Bermondsey, London, in 1809. 




=Peter Carthew of Woodbridge= 
Abbey, co. Suffolk, and of 15a 
Kensington Palace Gardens, 
London ; born at Bermondsey, 
London, 8 September 1808, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Bermondsey, London, 21 July 
1809; died at Kensington Palace 
Gardens, London, aged 61, on 
Friday, 18 March, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 24 
March 1870. M.L Will dated 12 
August 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 
292, 70) I June 1870, by Eliza- 
beth Carthew of Kensington 
Palace Gardens, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, Frederick James 
Quick of Emsworth House, co. 
Southampton, James Carthew 
Quick of Ingatestone, co. Essex, 
and John Patten Good of 14 
Craven Hill Gardens, co. Mid- 
dlesex, the Exors. 



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Ellen Martha,= 
dau.oftheRev. 
John Wilkin- 
son of Kilglass, 
CO. Longford ; 
marr. at Charl- 
ton Kings, CO. 
Gloucester, 25 
June 1846 ; 
died at Ken- 
sington, Lon- 
don,in her 40th 
year, on Tues- 
day, 10 May, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Ceme- 
tery, London, 
18 May 1859. 
M.L I St wife. 



:Elizabeth, 2nd dau. 
of Joseph Henry 
Good of Kensing- 
ton, London, by 
Elizabeth Wright 
his wife ; born at 
Shepherd's Bush, 
London, 16 April 
1823, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Hammer- 
smith, London, 18 
May 1824 ; marr. 
at St. Stephen's, 
Westbourne Park, 
London (by the 
Rev. Charles Pat- 
ten Good, Vicar 
of Eccleshall, co. 
Stafford), on Tues- 
day, 2 October 
i860. 2nd wife. 



Susan, died unmarried 
at 6 Theresa Terrace, 
Hammersmith, London, 
II July, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 17 July 1877. 
Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
15 August 1877, to 
Elizabeth Carthew of 
15a Kensington Palace 
Gardens, Kensington, 
and the Rev. Robert 
Herbert Quick of 11 
Orme Square, Bayswater, 
CO. Middlesex, two of the 
testamentary guardians 
of Ranulphus John 
Carthew, Ellen Maude 
Carthew, and Alice 
Grace Elizabeth Car- 
thew, minors, the nephew 
and nieces, and only next 
of kin. 

Frances, born in Feb- 
ruary 1805, and died 28 
July 1815. 

A 



Peter Carthew, born at 15a Kensington Palace Gardens, London, on Thursday, 6 March, bapt. 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, 23 May, 1862 ; died at 15a Kensington Palace 
Gardens, London, in his 13th year, on Friday, 15 January, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 19 January 1875. M.I. 



Ranulphus John Carthew=j=Catherine Agnes Edith, eldest 



of VVoodbridge Abbey, 
CO. Suffolk ; born at 1 5a 
Kensington Palace Gar- 
dens, London, on Thurs- 
day, 10 September, bapt. 
at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 3 
November 1863 ; J. P. for 
CO. Suffolk, Captain Suf- 
folk Artillery. 



dau. of William Naunton Waller 
of The Grove, Bealings, co. 
Suffolk, J. P. and D.L., by 
Edith Walker his wife, dau. of 
Sir Francis Murphy of Queens- 
land, Australia ; born 30 May 
1872 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Wood- 
bridge, CO. Suffolk (by the Rev. 
Charles Patten Good, uncle 
to the bridegroom, assisted by 
the Rev. Thomas Henry Waller, 
and the Rev. Sydney Benjamin 
Field, the Rector), on Wednesday, 
5 October 1892. 



Ellen Maude, born at isa Ken- 
sington Palace Gardens, London, 
on Tuesday, 18 October, bapt. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 9 December 1864 ; died 
at Hampton Wick, co. Middlesex, 
aged 14, on Tuesday, 27 May, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 31 May 1879. M.I. 



Alice Grace Elizabeth, born at 
15a Kensington Palace Gardens, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, 31 July 1867. 



Peter Ranulphus Waller Carthevv, born at Wood- 
bridge Abbey on Thursday, 19 October, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Woodbridge, 7 December 1893. 



Dorothy Edith Maud, born at Woodbridge 
Abbey on Monday, 31 August, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Woodbridge, 20 October 1896. 




^arr of ^aj)toe Hall ani iSaj^sljam Court, 

to. jlereforlf. 



John George Rowland Parr, formerly of Maiden, co. Surrey (son of= 
Edmond Parr of ]\lalden, by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of George 
White of Kemble, co. Gloucester) ; born at Cirencester, co. 
Gloucester, 8 April 1770; died at Pedwardine, co. Hereford, 6 
August, bur. at Brampton Brian, co. Hereford, 10 August 185 1. 



=Mary Jane, dau. of Robert 
Howard of Liverpool, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of 
Herbert Fitz-Symonds of 
Shotley Bridge, co. Dur- 
ham ; marr. at Liverpool 
8 March 1820; died at Ped- 
wardine 19 January 1846, 
bur. at Brampton Brian 
{>io record in Register). 



William Parr of Paytoe Hall, co. Hereford; born= 
at Bromfield, co. Salop, 11 April, bapt. there 14 
May 182 1 ; died at Paytoe Hall 12 March, bur. at 
Leintwardine, co. Hereford, 16 March i88r. Will 
dated 2 March 1881, proved at Hereford 14 May 
i88r, by Francis Beavan of Purlogne, in the parish 
of Clun, CO. Salop, and Edward Langslow of 
Barrington, co. Hereford, the Eicors. 



=Susan, dau. of William Richards 
of The Cross House, co. Salop, 
and The Gam, Newcastle, by 
Susan his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Robert Eaton of Barrington 
Hall, Isle of Wight ; born at The 
Cross House 3 July 1835, and 
bapt. at Beguildy, co. Radnor ; 
marr. at Shrewsbury 10 May 
1865. 



Other 
issue. 




I 
Alfred Parr of Paytoe HalL 

and Baysham, co. Hereford ; 
born at Pedwardine 26 June 
1866, bapt. at Brampton 
Brian \no record in Regis- 
ter], purchased the Baysham 
Court Estate 24 April 1889. 



=Annie Sophia, 3rd dau. of Andrew McNeil of 
Larch House, Fulwood, co. Lancaster, by Martha 
his wife, dau. of William Padget of Wakefield, co. 
York; born at Preston, co. Lancaster, 22 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at the Parish Church, Preston, 24 
October 1864; marr. at Christ Church, Fulwood, 
CO. Lancaster, 11 July 1894. 



I 
Violet Vivienne Clifford Vernon, born 
at Paytoe Hall 5 May, bapt. at Leint- 
wardine 23 November 1895. 



Alfred William Clifford Vernon Parr, 
born at Paytoe Hall 17 August, bapt. 
at St. Giles', Downton, co. Hereford, 8 
September 1896. 



e/}SfiQeL^ Joh/z^ 



ms 



Wiebb of iBtistocb. to. "SlEtlts. anii of 
lEarljorousl), ^tnton, to. IBebon. 




Dorcas, dau. of= 
JohnHolloway 
of City Road 
House, Lon- 
don (nephew 
of John Hol- 
loway,Admiral 
of the Red) ; 
died in City 
Road, Lon- 
don, aged 29, 
9 May, bur. 
in the burial 
ground of City 
Road Chapel, 
London, 15 
May 1 8 13. ist 
wife. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Gules, a cross between four 
falcons or, 

. Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed, issuing 
out of a ducal coronet or. 

Motto. — In alta tendo. 



= William Webb (son of= 
William Webb by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
and heiress of James 
Sise) ; born at Castle 
Street, London, 9 
September, bapt. at 
St. Botolph's, Aid- 
gate Without, London, 
4 October 1780; died 
at Peckham, co. Sur- 
rey, aged 50, 12 July, 
bur. in the burial 
ground of City Road 
Chapel, London, 20 
July 1831. 



=Elizabeth Priscilla 
widow of Ambrose 
Holloway, and 2nd 
dau. of Thomas 
Massett of the 
Hon'''^ East India 
Co.'s Service, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Birch 
of Knuckin Hall, 
CO. Salop ; born 
15 October 1797 ; 
marr. by licence at 
St. Lake's, Old 
Street, London, 26 
April 1825 ; died 
29 September 1850, 
and bur. at Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex. 
2nd wife. 




Rev. William Webb, born 7 January 1804 ,- 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1826 
(17th Wrangler), M.A. 1829: Rector suc- 
cessively of Sunderland, Winston and 
Ryton-on-Tyne, co. Durham : died at 
Ryton-on-Tyne, aged 74, on Monday, 15 
April, bur. in Ryton-on-Tyne Churchyard 
23 April 1878. Will dated 14 November 
1873, proved at Durham 23 May 1878, by 
Constance Webb of Ryton, co. Durham, 
the daughter, one of the next of kin. 



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=Mary, eldest dau. of Rowland Webster, of The 
Grange, Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham, J. P., by 
Mary his wife, 3rd dau. of John Maling of The 
Grange, Bishop Wearmouth; born 27 December 
1803, and bapt. at Sunderland : marr. at Topcliffe, 
CO. York (by the Rev. Henry Hawkins, M.A.), 16 
November 1843; marr. istly, Rev. Robert Gray, 
D.D., Rector of Sunderland, nephew of Dr. Gray, 
Bishop of Bristol. She died at Springfield, 
Harrogate, co. York, aged 84, on Alonday, 2 
January, bur. in Harrogate Cemetery 6 January 
1888. Will dated 23 May 1881, proved at Wake- 
field, 4 Februar)' 188S, by the Rev. Arthur Gray 
of Orcop Grange, co. Hereford, the son, and 
Constance Webb of Springfield, Harrogate, co. 
York, the daughter, the Exors. 



Constance, born at Middle Hendon 
near Sunderland, 8 November 1844, 
bapt. at Sunderland Parish Church 1 1 
March 1845. 



John Webb, born in 1806; marr. Mary, dau. George Webb, died Dorcas, died unmarried, 
of John Umphleby of H.M. Consular Service, s.p. 25 January aged 18, n February 
He died s.p. at Hobartstown, Tasmania. 182 1. 182 1. 



Francis Cornehus Webb of Woburn Place, Ru3sell= 
Square, London; born in London 9 April 1826; M.D., 
F.R.C.P., F.S.A., F.L.S., Physician to the Great 
Northern Hospital, and Lecturer at the Grosvenor 
Place School of Medicine, London ; died at 22 Woburn 
Place, Russell Square, London, aged 47, on Wednesday, 
24 December, bur. near the family vault in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 31 December 1873. AdrTion was 
granted at the Principal Registry 29 January 1874, to 
Sarah Schroder Webb of 22 Woburn Place, Russell 
Square, co. Middlesex, the relict. 



^au^ <^^^ 



-Sarah Schroder, only dau. of Joseph 
Croucher of James Street, Buckingham 
Gate, London (son of John Croucher 
of Hayes SUnfold, co. Sussex), by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Joseph Schroder 
of Walthamstow, co. Essex; born 19 
September 1827, bapt. privately at 3 
Vittoria Place, London, 4 February 
1828 ; marr. (from Point House, 
Blackheath, the residence of her uncle. 
Alderman John Bonus) at Lewisham 
Parish Church, co. Kent (by the Rev. 
John Webb, M.A., Rector of Tretire, 
CO. Hereford, uncleof the bridegroom), 
on Tuesday, 10 February 1852. 



Sarah Frances, born 
7 November 1852, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
John Webb, M.A., 
Rector of Tretire), 
30 March 1853. 



Stephen Harold Webb of= 
Warborough, Kenton, near 
Exeter, co. Devon ; born 6 
January, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury (by the Rev. 
John Webb, M.A., Rector 
of Tretire), 29 March 1855. 



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Evelyn Alice Woolls, born at 
Colyton, CO. Devon, on Tuesday, 
8 March, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Colyton, 20 April 1882. 



=Alice Fleetwood, youngest dau. of Edward 
Woolls of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of Samuel Harman, 
and grand-dau. of the Rev. John Aubrey 
Woolls, M.A., Vicar of Fareham, co. Hants; 
born at Uxbridge, and bapt. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Uxbridge ; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Theodore William James, the Vicar) 
on Thursday, 3 June 1880. 



Francis Woodroffe, born at 
Colyton on Monday, 14 May, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Colyton, 
27 June 1884. 



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Stephen Massett Webb, born at Felix Place, London, lo January 1829; M.D. 
Edin., Surgeon-Major A.M.D., late 36th Regiment of Foot and 23rd (Royal 
Welsh Fusiliers) ; served through the Crimean Campaign (medal and 
clasp, Turkish medal), at the Siege of Sebastopol, and in medical charge of 
the officer's hospital at Scutari; died s.p. at 3 Mutley Park Terrace, Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, in his 64th year, on Wednesday, 3 August, bur. in Plymouth, 
Devonport and Stonehouse Cemetery, Plymouth, 8 August 1892. 



Joseph Webb, 
died in infancy. 



Marie, dau. of Rev. D.= 
Hechler, Chaplain at Carls- 
ruhe, Grand Duchy of Ba- 
den, Germany, by Miriam 
his 2nd wife, dau. of James 
Campbell ; born at Colmar, 
Alsace, France, 10 May, 
bapt. there (by her father) 
29 September 1858; marr. 
atSt. Andrew's, Hillingdon, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. 
Charles Theodore Mayo, 
M.A.), on Monday, 3 May 
1880; died 13 August, 
bur. at Kherwarra, Raj- 
putana, India, 14 August 
1884. 1st wife. 



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AVilliam Wilfrid Webb of Netley= 
Abbey, co. Hants ; born 28 No- 
vember 1857, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, London (by the Rev. 
Thomas William Webb, M.A., 
Prebendary of Hereford), 20 May 
1858; M.D., F.S.A., Major H.M. 
Indian Medical Service, Bengal 
Army, served in the 14th Sikhs, 
29th Punjab Native Infantry, 2nd 
Regiment of Central India Horse, 
and Meywar Bhil Corps, and as 
Residency Surgeon at the Courts 
of T.H.'s the Maharana of Udaipur 
and the Maharaja of Bikanir, to the 
latter of whom he was guardian. 



=Anna.Claire, 2nd dau. of Major 
General Archibald Tisdall (3rd 
surviving son of Charles Arthur 
Tisdall of Charlesfort, co. 
Meath, J. P., High Sheriffforco. 
Meath 181 1), by Anna Claire 
his wife, eldest dau. of Major 
Henry Walter Bellew of the 
BengalArmy; bornatChatham, 
CO. Kent, 16 Jan., bapt. at the 
Garrison Chapel, Chatham (by 
the Rev. H. Maskene, Chaplain 
to the Forces), 4 March 1863; 
marr. at All Saints', Ajmere, 
Rajputana (by the Rev. Ben- 
jamin Henry Skelton, M.A.), 
23 Oct. 1888. 2nd wife. 



William Francis Richmond Webb, 
born at Windsor, co. Berks, on 
Monday, 12 March, bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's, Clewer, co. Berks (by the 
Rev. R. Ransome, B.A.), 15 April 
1883 ; a Gentleman Cadet at the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 



Archibald Wilfrid Tisdall Webb, 
born at the Court of H.H. the 
Maharaja of Bikanir 3 August, 
bapt. off Malta on board H.M.S. 
"Crocodile" (by the Rev. George 
Leigh Blake, M.A., Chaplain) 
on Monday, 11 November 1889. 



Gerald Vernon Tisdall 
Webb, born at 2 Proby 
Square, Blackrock, co. 
Dublin, 6 September, 
bapt. at All Saints', Black- 
rock (by the Rev. George 
Stokes, D.D.), on Sun- 
day, 16 October 1892. 



James Bertrand Webb of Launceston, 
Tasmania ; born i July, bapt. at St. 
George's, Bloomsbury, London (by the Rev. 
John Webb, M.A., Rector of Tretire, co. 
Hereford), 6 October 1859. 



Beatrice Ehzabeth, born at 22 Woburn 
Place, Russell Square, London 10 May, 
bapt. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, London 
(by the Rev. John Webb, M.A., Rector of 
Tretire), 7 June 1861 ; marr; at Yokohama, 
Japan, 6 July 1892, Augustus Wellington 
Payne of Yokohama, son of Augustus 
Wellington Payne, by Anna Virginia Quin- 
tard his wife. 



John Eustace Webb= 
of Kerswill House, 
Looe, CO. Cornwall ; 
born at 22 Wo- 
burn Place, Russell 
Square, London, 7 
May, bapt. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London (by 
the Rev. John Webb, 
M.A., Rector of 
Tretire), 4 June 
1863; M.B., Sur- 
geon R.N. 



=Annie, youngest dau. of 
Richard John Laity of 
Devonport, co. Devon, J. P. 
for the counties of Devon 
and Cornwall, by Mary his 
wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
William Fookes of West- 
north, Duloe, CO. Cornwall, 
M. A. of Balliol College, Ox- 
ford, J. P. for Liskeard, co. 
Cornwall ; born at Devon- 
port 21 January 1864, and 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Devon- 
port ; marr. at Stoke Damerel, 
CO. Devon, 9 October 1890. 






Eustace Bertrand Stephen Webb, 
born at Haslar, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 21 April, bapt. at the 
Royal Naval Hospital Church, 
Haslar, 29 May 1892. 



Wilfrid Francis Webb, born at Kerswill 
House, Looe, co. Cornwall, 20 February, 
bapt. at St. Martin-by-Looe, co. Cornwall 
(by the Rev. Benn Wilkes Jones Tre- 
valdwyn, M.A., the Rector), 4 May 1897. 



Hugh Cholmeley ^Vebb of 
Launceston, Tasmania ; born 7 
February, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, London (by the 
Rev. John Webb, M.A., Rector 
of Tretire), 15 May 1865; marr. 
at Ramsgate, co. Kent, on Wed- 
nesday, 13 November 1889, 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Noble, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
Jackson, Lieutenant R.N. 



Edith Mary, born 23 November 1866, bapt. at St. Mary-le- 
Strand, London (by the Rev. Alfred Bowen Evans, D.D.), 
27 February 1867. 

Hilda Priscilla (twin with Anne Winifred), born 18 September, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le-Strand, London (by the Rev. Alfred Bowen 
Evans, D.D.), 8 November 1869. 



Anne Winifred (twin with Hilda Priscilla), born 18 September, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le-Strand, London (by the Rev. Alfred 
Bowen Evans, D.D.), 8 November 1869. 




9^.a. 




Odrttock 



^arlftp of ifKlanaDon, to. Bebon. 



Arms. — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Argent, a parrot vert, Parity ; and and 3rd, 
Argent, crusilly gules, three talbots' heads erased of the last, Hall. 
Motto. — Parle bien. 



John Alexander Parlby (2nd son of Thomas Parlby= 
of Stone Hall, Stonehouse, co. Devon, by Lydia 
Martyn his wife) ; born at Stone Hall, Stonehouse, 
I June 1769; J. P. for co. Devon; died at Manadon, 
CO. Devon, aged 79, on Monday, 2 April, bur. at 
Pennycross, co. Devon, 9 April 1849. M.I. Will 
dated 5 October 1848, proved (P.C.C, 461, 49) 7 
June 1849, by the Rev. John Hall Parlby, the son, 
the sole Exor. 




^Lsetitia, twin dau. and coheir of Humphry 
Hall of Manadon, and Goldings, co. 
Hertford, by the Hon'''= Jane his wife, 
dau. of John, loth Lord St. John of 
Bletsoe, co. Bedford ; born at Manadon 
4 December 1772, and bapt. at Penny- 
cross ; marr. at St. Mary's, Southampton, 
29 September 1792; died at Manadon, 
aged 75, 31 May, bur. at Pennycross 
7 June 1848. M.I. 



Emily Janetta, 4th dau.= 
of John Hooper Holder 
of Stanton Lacy House, 
CO. Salop, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of the Very 
Rev. Jeffrey Ekins, 
Dean of Carlisle; born 
at Stanton Lacy 2 June, 
bapt. there 2 July 1816; 
marr. at Stanton Lacy 
3 March 1835 ; died 
at Manadon 29 Octo- 
ber, bur. at Penny- 
cross 2 November 1842. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Rev. John Hall Parlby of Manadon ,•= 
born at Midenbury, co. Hants, 25 
January 1805, bapt. at North Stone- 
ham, CO. Hants (jw record in Register) ; 
of University College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 5 December 1823, aged 18, B.A. 
1827, M.A. 1830; J. P. for CO. Devon; 
died at Parke, Bovey Tracey, co. Devon, 
in his 95th year, on Sunday, 16 July, 
bur. at Pennycross 20 July 1899. Will 
dated 21 December 1895, with codicil 
of same date, proved at Exeter 2 Sep- 
tember 1S99, by Reginald John Hall 
Parlby, the son, the sole Exor. 



=Emma Admonition, 3rd dau. 
of Rev. Walter Radcliffe of 
Warleigh, co. Devon, by Abby 
his wife, sister of Sir Ralph 
Lopes, Bart., of Maristow, co. 
Devon ; born at Warleigh 3 1 
July 1821; marr. at Tamerton 
Foliott, CO. Devon, on Tues- 
day, 6 May 1845 ; died at 
Manadon 3 March, bur. at 
Pennycross 8 March 1894. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 




Trefusis Hall Parlby, born 
at Manadon 2 August, bapt. 
at Pennycross 17 September 
1836; died at Manadon, 
aged 6 months, 29 January, 
bur. at Pennycross i Feb- 
ruary 1837. M.I. 



Blanche St. John, born at The Castle, Torquay, co. Devon, 23 
January, bapt. at Tormohun, co. Devon, 10 March 1840 ; died 
at Manadon, aged 41, on Tuesday, 16 August, bur. at Pennycross 
20 August 1881. M.I. Admon was granted at Exeter 8 Octo- 
ber 1 88 1, to the Rev. John Hall Parlby of Manadon, co. Devon, 
the father, the next of kin. 



Florence Louisa, born at Manadon, co. Devon, 

13 February 1846; died there on Monday, 15 
May, bur. at Penny cross, co. Devon, 20 May 
1871. _ 

Gertrude Constance Hall, born at Manadon 

14 August 1849, bapt. at Pennycross 22 Sep- 
tember 1850; marr. there on Tuesday, 20 
June 1876, Major Charles Augustus Mott of 
the 2nd Queen's Regiment (son of William 
Mott of Wall, CO. Stafford, J.P. and D.L., 
by Louisa Ann his 1st wife, dau. of Roger 
Kynaston of Dover Street, London); born at 
Wall 16 November 1847; A.D.C. to Sir 
Pollexfex Radcliffe, K.C.B., Commanding 
Eastern District, also to General Robert 
White (now Sir Robert White, K.C.B.); died 
at Colchester, co. Essex, 5 January, bur. at 
Stanway, co. Essex, 9 January 1886. She 
died at Malta, aged 28, on Sunday, 6 April 
1879, and was bur. there. M.L at Pennycross. 

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Mildred Bertha Hall, born at Manadon 31 
August, bapt. at Pennycross 10 October 1852; 
died on Saturday, 5 October, bur. at Pennycross 
9 October 1895. Adfnon was granted at Exeter 
7 December 1895, to the Rev. John Hall Parlby. 



Emma Marion Hall, born at Manadon, and 
bapt. at Pennycross 29 March 1854; marr. 
there on Tuesday, 15 January 1878 (by the 
Rev. Charles Wilkinson, D.D.), Lieut.-Colonel 
Walter Charles Warner Arbuthnott, R.A. (only 
son of the Hon"<= Walter Arbuthnott of Hatton, 
CO. Kincardine, by Anna Maria his wife, 
youngest dau. of Brook Taylor Ottley of Dela- 
ford, CO. Dublin); born 22 October 1847; 
entered the Royal Artillery 13 January 1869, 
served in Afghan War 1880 (medal), retired as 
Lieut.-Colonel 13 May 1892. 



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Emily Lsetitia, born at Manadon 5 March, bapt. at Pennycross 7 May 1841 ; marr. there 
on Thursday, 8 April 1875 (by the Rev. Samuel Harward Archer, Rector of Throwleigh, co. 
Devon, assisted by the Rev. Charles Thomas Wilkinson, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, and the Rev. Peter Holmes), William Robert 
Hole of Parke, Bovey Tracey, co. Devon (only son of 
William Hole of Parke, by Susanna his wife, elder dau. of 

the Rev. William Kitson 

of Shiphay House, co. 
( ^ C Cy <-J C t Devon); born at Parke 21 March, bapt. at Bovey Tracey 13 

October 1831 ; educated at Eton ; J. P., D.L., County 

Alderman and Deputy-Lieutenant for co. Devon. 





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St. John Radcliffe Hall Parlby, bom 
at Manadon, co. Devon, 20 July, 
bapt. at Pennycross, co. Devon, 2 
September 1855; Lieutenant R.N. ; 
died at Manadon, aged 25, on Fri- 
day, 27 August, bur. at Pennycross 
I September 1880. 

Trefusis Copleston Hall Parlby, born 
at Manadon 4 August, bapt. at Penny- 
cross 25 October 1857; died at 
Manadon 3 October, bur. at Penny- 
cross 8 October 1858. 



Winifred Beatrice Hall, born at Manadon, and 
bapt. at Pennycross 24 April 1859; marr. there on 
Thursday, 10 February 1881 (by the Rev. William 
Kynaston Mott), Lieut.-Colonel Hugh Hovel Thurlow 
(youngest son of Rev. Charles Augustus Thurlow of 
Malpas, CO. Chester, Hon. Canon of Chester and 
Chancellor of the diocese, by Fanny Margaret his wife, 
youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, 2nd 
Bart., of Sandhill Park, co. Somerset, M.P. forco. Somer- 
set); born 3 January 1848; entered the (13th) Somerset- 
shire Light Infantry 4 December 1866, served in the 
South African War 1878-79, Kaffir Campaign, in 
Expedition against Sekukuni, Zulu Campaign, at 
Engagement of Zungen Nek, in Action of Kambula 
and Battle of Ulundi (medal with clasp) ; retired as 
Lieut.-Colonel 26 October 1892. 
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Lieut.-Colonel Gerald Charles Hall Parlby ; born= 
at Manadon 23 October 1842, bapt. at Pennycross 
19 February 1843; Lieut.-Colonel Royal Artillery; 
J. P. for CO. Devon ; died at Glevering Hall, 
Wickham Market, co. Suffolk, on Tuesday, 29 May, 
bur. at Hacheston, co. Suffolk, i June 1894. 
AdiTion was granted at the Principal Registry i 
August 1894, to Adelaide Rosa Parlby, the rehct. 



=Adelaide Rosa, only dau. of Roger Kerrison 
of Tattingstone Place, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
by Florence his wife, dau. of the Rev. Sir 
Charles Clarke, Bart. ; born at Brussels 2 1 
September 1867, and bapt. there; marr. at 
Hacheston (by the Rev. Morris Edgar 
Stanbrough, assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Corrance) on Wednesday, i November 1893. 



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Reginald John Hall= 
ParlbyofManadon, 
CO. Devon ; born at 
Manadon 1 2 Febru- 
ary, bapt. at Penny- 
cross, CO. Devon, 
21 April 1861 ; 
Captain ist Devon- 
shire Regiment, Ad- 
jutant 2nd (Prince 
of Wales') Volunteer 
Battalion Devon- 
shire Regiment. 



=Violct Agatha Margaret, 
3rd dau. of Edmund 
NewmanSnowofFrank- 
lyn, Exeter, and grand- 
dau. of the Rt. HonW>= 
SirJamesCairdjK.C.B ; 
born 17 May, bapt. at 
Exwick, CO. Devon, 26 
June 1875; marr. at St. 
Thomas', Exeter (by the 
Rev. Edward Francis 
Russell of St. Alban's, 
Holborn, London), on 
Thursday, 6 September 
1900. 



Waiter Coventry= 
Hall Parlby of 
Alberta, Canada: 
born at Manadon 
31 May, bapt. at 
Pennycross 20 
July 1862; of St. 
John's College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 October 
1881, aged 19, 
B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1891. 



I 



=Mary Irene, eldest dau. of 
Colonel Ernest Lindsay Mar- 
ryat, R.E., of Stonecrop, 
Lympsfield, co. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Lieut.-General Edward Patrick 
Lynch of Partry House, Bal- 
linrobe,co. Mayo, K.L.S.; born 
at 75 Eccleston Square, Lon- 
don, 9 January, bapt. at St. 
Gabriel's, Warwick Square, 
London, 2 February 1868 ; 
marr. at Lamerton, Alberta, 
Canada (by the Bishop of 
Saskatchewan, and Calgary), 
on Sunday, 14 March 1897. 



Humphrey Marryat Parlby, born at 41 Earl's 
Court Square, London, on Wednesday, 15 
November, bapt. at St. Matthias', Earl's Court 
Square, 13 December 1899. 



Edward Mackenzie Hall Parlby= 
of Alberta, Canada ; born at 
Manadon 29 September, bapt. 
at Pennycross 26 November 
1865; educated at Cheltenham 
College. 



=Annie Morrison, only dau. of Francis Wilkins, formerly H.B.M. 
Vice-Consul at Chicago, U.S.A., by Jean his wife, eldest dau. 
of George Steele; born at Chicago 31 July 1873; marr. by 
special licence at Red Deer, Alberta, Canada (by the Rev. 
Frederick Goodman), on Thursday, 2 January 1896. 



John Francis Hall Parlby, George Alexander Hall Parlby, Jean Admonition, born at 

born at Red Deer, Alberta, born at Long Valley Ranch, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, 

Canada, 23 January, bapt. at Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, 12 6 December 1899, bapt. at 

Lamerton, Alberta, 16 May March, bapt. at Lamerton, Lamerton, Alberta, 23 June 

1897. Alberta, 21 August 1898. 1900. 




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5T^0tt'tanmcrtc. 




mmh$ of malsofeen, 
to. i^orfolb. 



Hynman Raddish Allenby of Kenwick Hall and Garnsgate 
Hall, CO. Lincoln (eldest son of Hinnian Allenby of 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent, on a chevron engrailed azure, 
between four horses' heads erased, three in 
chief and one in base, gules, three crescents 
of the first, a bordure of the second. 

Crest. — A crescent gules, issuant there- 
from a demi-lion proper, holding between 
the fore-paws a horse-shoe also gules. 

Motto. — Fide et labore. 



Garnsgate Hall, Long Sutton, and Kenwick Hall, co. 
Lincoln, by Anne his wife, dau. of William Raddish; 
born at Long Sutton 31 January, bapt. there privately 2 
February 1793; marr. at Legbourne, co. Lincoln, 4 August 
18 19, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Bourne of South Carlton, 
CO. Lincoln; born 11 September 1793; died at Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, aged 76, 7 August, bur. at Legbourne 11 
August 1870. M.L He died at Kenwick, aged 68, on 
Wednesday, 27 March, and was bur. at Legbourne 2 
April 1861. M.L Will dated 12 March 1858, proved 
at Lincoln 18 April 1861, by Henry Hynman Allenby 
of Louth, CO. Lincoln, the son, and Thomas Falkner 
Allison of Louth, the Exors. 




Henry Hynman Allenby of Kenwick Hall= 
and Garnsgate Hall ; born at Louth 8 
May 1820; Captain 3rd Volunteer Bat- 
talion Lincolnshire Artillery, J. P. ; died 
at Kenwick, aged 49, on Monday, 23 
August, bur. at Legbourne 28 August 
1869. Memorial window (in chancel. 
Will dated 13 December' 1861, with 
codicil dated 7 August 1869, proved at 
Lincoln 29 September 1869, by Hynman 
Allenby of Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, the 
brother, and the Rev. John George 
Bourne of Castle Donington, co. Leices- 
ter, the Exors. 



=Eliza, dau. of Titus Bourne of Alford, co. Lincoln, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of Thomas Woodcock of 
Preston, co. Lancaster; born at Alford 18 January, 
bapt. there 29 January 1818; marr. at Alford (by the 
Rev. William Mason, Vicar of Bilsby, co. Lincoln) 
on Thursday, 17 May 1849. She marr. 2ndly at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 12 July 1870, 
Erasmus Reginald \Villiam Lloyd, ALA. (only son 
of the Rev. William Lloyd, Rector, of Manordivy 
and Whitechurch, co. Pembroke) ; died at Weybridge, 
CO. Surrey, aged 42, on Wednesday, 15 June 1881. 
Will dated 15 July 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 744, 
81) 6 October 1881, by Sir Marteine Lloyd of 
Bronwydd, co. Cardigan, Bart., and Benjamin Gray 
of 93 Edgware Road, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



i, 





Hynman Allenby of Felixstowe House, Felixstowe, co. Suffolk ;= 
born at Kenwick, co. Lincoln, 25 August 1821, and bapt. at 
Legbourne, co. Lincoln; died at Felixstowe, in his 57th year, 
on Wednesday, 20 February, bur. there 26 February 1878. 
Will dated 21 May 1875, with two codicils dated respectively 
2 November 1875 and 13 October 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
919, 78) 20 December 1878, by Alfred Erasmus Dryden of 3 
New Square, co. Middlesex, the Rev. Claude Bosanquet of 
Folkestone, co. Kent, and Catherine Anne Allenby of Felix- 
stowe, CO. Suffolk, the relict, three of the Exors. 



^Catherine Anne, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Coats Cane of 
Southwell, CO. Nottingham, by 
Mary his ^vife, dau. of John 
Brettle of Thurgarton, co. Not- 
tingham ; born at Southwell 10 
April 1 83 1, and bapt. there 
privately the same day; marr. 
at the Collegiate Church, South- 
well, 3 February 1859. 

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Catherine Mary, born 
at Kenwick 25 Jan., 
bapt. at Legbourne 28 
Feb. i860; marr. at the 
parish church, Felix- 
stowe (by the Rev. 
John Bretde Cane, 
uncle of the bride, 
and the Rev. Claude 
Bosanquet, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles 
Maunder, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 20 Oct. 
1881, Rev. Henry An- 
drew (son of the Rev. 
Richard Andrew of 
Spaldwick, co. Hunt- 
ingdon, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Bryan 
D'Ewes);born 29 May 
1847; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B. A. 1870; 
Vicar of Griston, co. 
Norfolk, since 1881. 

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Edmund Henry= 
Hynman Allenby, 
born at Bracken- 
hurst, near South- 
well, 23 April, 
bapt. at Southwell 
30 May 1861 ; 
Major 6th Innis- 
killing Dragoons; 
Served in Bechua- 
naland Expedition 
18S4-85, at opera- 
tions in Zululand 
i888,and in South 
African War 1899 
-1900. 



^Adelaide Mabel, 
3rd dau. of Horace 
Edward Chapman 
ofDonheadHouse, 
Salisbury, J. P., by 
Adelaide Maria his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
Henry Fletcher of 
Ashley Park, co. 
Surrey, 3rd Bart. ; 
marr. at Donhead 
St. Andrew, Salis- 
bury, on Wednes- 
day, 30 December 
1896. 



Elizabeth Anne Grace, born 
at St. Osyth's Priory, co. Essex, 
13 June, bapt. at St. Osyth 7 
August 1862 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Felixstowe, on 
Thursday, 14 June 1894, Gerard 
Lewis Fanshawe (eldest son 
of Colonel Thomas Basil 
Fanshawe of the 33rd [Duke 
of Wellington's] West Riding 
Regiment, by Emily Catherine 
his wife, younger dau. of Gerard 
Lipyeatt Gosselin of Mount 
Ospringe, co. Kent); born at 
Poona, India, at 4.30 p.m., 24 
April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Poona, 18 May 1866 (Sponsors: 
Gerard Lipyeatt Gosselin, his 
grandfather, and Sir Gaspard 
and Lady Le Marchant, his 
great-uncle and great-aunt) ; 
Captain Royal Engineers. 

(^1?^ Fanshawe Pedigree, 
Vol. 6, page 1/6.) 



Elizabeth Edith, 
born at Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, 9 
January, bapt. at 
St. James', Louth, 
6 February 1852. 



Henry Charles Hynman Allanby of= 
Walsoken, co. Norfolk, and Sutton St. 
James, co. Lincoln, formerly of Ken- 
wick Hall; born at Louth 18 May, 
bapt. at St. James', Louth, 8 June 1853; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 April 1872, aged 18, B.A. 1877, 
M.A. 1878; late Major 3rd Battalion 
Seaforth Highlanders and Captain 
North Lincolnshire Militia; assumed 
the original spelling of his surname in 
lieu of Allenby; J. P. for co. Lincoln. 



=Mary Florence, dau. of Thomas 
Garfit of Boston, co. Lincoln, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln, sometime 
M.P. for Boston, by Elizabeth Boyd 
his vnfe, only dau. of Thomas Broad- 
bent of Grove House, Longsight, co. 
Lancaster; born at Boston 10 July, 
bapt. there 28 October 1853 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by 
the Bishop of Lincoln, assisted by the 
Rev. John Henry Overton, Vicar of 
Legbourne),onTuesday, i ojune 1879. 



Allan Charles Hinman Allanby, 
born at Kenwick Hall, Louth, on 
Tuesday, 4 January, bapt. at 
Legbourne 15 February 1881 ; 
educated at Clifton and on board 
H.M.S. "Conway." 



Florence Muriel, born at 
Allt na Craig, Ardrishaig, co. 
Argyll, on Friday, 5 January 
1883, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Lochgilphead, co. Argyll, 6 
February 1883. 

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Ronald Hinman Allanby, born 
at Allt na Craig, Ardrishaig, 
on Friday, 16 December 
1887, bapt. at Lochgilphead, 
21 January 18S8. 



Frederick Claud 
Hynman Allenby, 
born at Felixstowe, 
CO. SufTolk, 21 
September, bapt. 
there 9 November 
1864 ; Lieutenant 
R.N., served at the 
Bombardment of 
Alexandria 1SS2 
(medal with clasp, 
bronze star). 



Helen Henriettc, born at Felixstowe 15 December 1866, bapt. there 17 
F'ebruary 1867 ; marr. at Felixstowe (by the Rev. Alfreii Granger Cane, 
Vicar of Great Paxton, co. Huntingdon, assisted by the Rev. William 
Seavcr, Vicar of the parish) on Saturday, 28 October 1893, Thomas 
Cunningham Porter of Eton, Windsor (eldest son of Christopher Waltham 
Porter of Redland, Bristol, by Lydia his wife, eldest dau. of John 
Dando) ; born at Bristol 16 February i860, and bapt. there; educated 
at Bristol and at Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1879, aged 
19, Scholar 1878-84, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886; F.R.A.S., F.C.S., F.Ph.S. 
Lond., Member of the Royal Institution of Great Britain ; Senior Science 
Master at Eton College since 1885. 

Alfred Hynman Allenby, born at Felixstowe 9 March, bapt. there 1 1 
April 1871. 



Alice Margaret, born at Louth, co. Lincoln, 8 March, bapt. at St. James', Louth, 4 April 1855 ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Louth (by the Rev. Canon Wilde, Rector of Louth, assisted by the Rev. 
George Sidney Streatfield, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Louth), on Wednesday, 8 November 1882, 
Rev. Charles Melville Pym (youngest son of Francis Pym of The Hasels, co. Bedford, and 
Radwell House, co. Hertford, by Lady Jane Elizabeth his wife, 2nd dau. of Alexander, loth 
Earl of Leven and 7th Earl of Melville); born at The Hasels ii October 1834; Rector of 
Cherry Burton, co. York; died at Cherry Burton Rectory, aged 54, on Sunday, 27 January, 
bur. at Sandy, co. Bedford, i February i88g. Will dated 2 July 1886, proved at York 29 July 
1889, by Robert Ruthven Pym of 35 Devonshire Place, co. Middlesex, the brother, and Henry 
Charles Hynman Allenby of Allt na Craig, Ardrishaig, co. Argyll, the surviving Exors. She died 
at Cherry Burton Rectory on Sunday, i January, and was bur. at Legbourne 4 January 1888. 



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Samuel Hynman Montgomerie of Southannan House, Fairlie, and= 
Auchans Castle, Kilmarnock, co. Ayr, and of Garnsgate Hall, Long 
Sutton, CO. Lincoln ; born at Louth 28 October, bapt. at St. James', 
Louth, 26 November 1856 ; Captain 3rd Battalion Lincolnshire Regi- 
ment 1879-91, Hon. Major 1890; J. P. for co. Lincoln, J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Ayr; assumed, by Royal Licence dated 25 October 1893, the 
name and arms of Montgomerie in lieu of that of Allenby. 




=LadySophiaConstance, 
eldest dau. and coheir 
of Archibald William, 
14th Earl of Eglinton, 
by Lady Sophia Ade- 
laide Theodosia his 
wife, dau. of Charles 
Anderson Worsley, 2nd 
Earl of Yarborough ; 
born at Eglinton, co. 
Ayr, 28 November 
1863 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 15 January 
1885. 



Sophia Egidia Gwendolen, born at 
Tathwell, co. Lincoln, 23 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Legbourne 19 October 
1886. 



Eleanor Theresa, born at 
Lincoln 6 June, bapt. at 
Legbourne 16 July 18S9. 



Adelaide Margaret Constance, 
born at Lymington, co. Hants, 
29 June, bapt. at Boldre, co. 
Hants, 23 July 1892. 



H. CM CUicv.^ 



19 



Eocfeet of ^toncbrtDge 3^arfe, to. 



George Locket of Acton Place, = 
Camden Town, co. Middlesex 
(son of George Locket of London, 
by Elizabeth his wife) ; born 14 
August 1794; died, aged 68, on 
Friday, 28 February, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
8 March 1862. M.L 



=Mary Anne, dau. of James 
Clements, born 14 August 
1791 ; died at Twyford 
House, King Henry's Road, 
London, aged 76, on Thurs- 
day, 7 April, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery 12 April 1870. 
M.L 



George Locket of 4 Downe Terrace,= 
Richmond, co. Surrey ; born at 
Camden Town 8 January 1829. 




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=Mary, eldest dau. of John Cooper of Grove 
House, Finchley, co. Middlesex, by Sarah Rogers 
his wife; born 8 January 1836; marr. at New St. 
Pancras' Parish Church, London, on Thursday, 
27 May 1858; died at Highwood House, Mill 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, aged 55, on Tuesday, 13 
May, bur. in Highgate Cemetery 17 May 1890. 
M.L 



I 
George Cooper Locket= 
of Southpoint, Stone- 
bridge Park, CO. 
Middlesex ; born at 
Camden Town i Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Park 
Chapel, Camden Town, 
23 December i860 ; 
educated at Harrow ; 
J. P. for CO. Middlesex 
April 1896. 



Other 
issue. 



=.'\lice Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of Rees Jones, 
J. P., of Finchley House, 
Roath, Cardiff, co. 
Glamorgan, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of David 
Cook of Liverpool ; 
born 2 August 1859; 
marr. at Bethany 
Chapel, Cardiff (by the 
Rev. William E. Winks), 
on Thursday, 26 Feb- 
ruary 1885. 



Robert Locket, bom 21 July, bapt. at Park 
Chapel, Camden Town, 15 December 1S61 ; 
educated at Margate. 

Emma Wood, born 2 March, bapt. at Park 
Chapel, Camden Town, 20 December 1863; 
marr. at Colombo, Ceylon, 14 October 1893, 
Lionel Paston Fisher of Kandy, Ceylon (son 
of William Richard Fisher of Harrow, co. 
Middlesex) ; born at The Lodge, Pinner, co. 
Middlesex, on Sunday, 11 November i860, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Pinner, 10 January 1861 ; 
educated at Harrow. =r= 



Marjorie, born at Thornton 
Lea, Harlesden, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 14 Jan- 
uary, bapt. privately at 
Highwood House, Mill Hill, 
in February 1886. 



Chads Mary, born 
at The Knapp, 
Harlesden, on Sun- 
day, 12 June, bapt. 
at Willesden Parish 
Church 15 July 
1887. 



Lilias, born at The 
Knapp, Harlesden, 
on Saturday, 30 
September, bapt. 
at Willesden Parish 
Church 24 October 
1888. 



George Eimer Locket, 
born at The Knapp, 
Harlesden, 8 August, 
bapt. at Willesden 
Parish Church 4 Sep- 
tember 1890. 



Mary, born 5 August 1865; marr. Grace, born 
at St. James', Muswell Hill, co. 5 July 1866 ; 
Middlesex (by the Rev. Charles died 26 May, 
Pendock Banks, assisted by the bur. in High- 
Rev. Ernest Peter Cachemaille, gate Ceme- 
the Vicar), on Tuesday, 12 July tery, co. Mid- 
1892, Thomas Barton Holmes dlese.x,28May 
of Hornsea, co. York (son of 1870. M.I. 
Thomas Barton Holmes of Elim 
Lodge, Hornsea, J. P., by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Jackson 
Foster of Hull, co. York. 



Thomas Wood Locket of= 
Atherstone,co.\Varwick; 
born 9 August, bapt. at 
Park Chapel, Camden 
Town, CO. Middlesex, 
20 December 1868 ; 
educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Christ's College, 
Cambridge, M.A., M.B., 
B.C. 1893; Senior House 
Surgeon Royal Berk- 
shire Hospital 1893-94. 



=Eveline Hilda, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Joseph Steele of 
St. George's Mount, 
New Brighton, co. 
Chester ; marr. at 
Liscard, co. Chester 
(by the Rev. John 
Hawe Gwyther), on 
Wednesday, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1896. 



I 



Mabel, bom 16 July 1870; marr. at 
St. James', Muswell Hill (by the Rev. 
Edward Forbes, assisted by the Rev. 
James Shearer Whichelow, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 30 June i8g6, Percy 
Graham Mackinnon of Highgate (2nd 
son of .Benjamin Thomas Mackinnon 
of Roseneath, Muswell Hill Road, co. 
Middlesex) ; born at Hornsey Lane, 
Highgate, on Sunday, 6 October 1872. 



Frank Locket,= 
born at High- 
wood House, 
Mill Hill, CO. 
Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 5 
October 1872, 
bapt. at Park 
Chapel, Cam- 
den Town ; 
educated at 
Bedford and 
m France. 



=Margaret Alice 
Cookman, dau. 
of Thomas Bar- 
ton Holmes of 
Elim Lodge, 
Hornsea, J. P. ; 
born 13 June 
1876, bapt. at 
Hornsea ; marr. 
there 8 March 
1899. 




George Hazelwood Locket, born at Brantingham, 
Sidcup Hill, Foots Cray, co. Kent, 12 August, 
bapt. at Foots Cray 3 November 1900. 



Athol Locket, bom 
at Highwood House, 
Mill Hill, on Friday, 
29 May 1874, and 
bapt. at Park Chapel, 
Camden Town ; edu- 
cated at Shrewsbury. 



Bernard Locket, born 
9 May 1876, and 
bapt. privately at 2 
St. George's Terrace, 
Regent's Park, Lon- 
don ; educated at 
Highgate School. 



Winifred, bom 1 6 
March 1878, and 
bapt. at Park Chapel, 
Camden Town. 



Lionel Gardner Locket, born at 
The Knapp, Craven Park, Har- 
lesden, co. Middlesex, on Satur- 
day, 9 April, bapt. at Willesden 
Parish Church 15 June 1892. 



G\Yynne, born at Cumberland Lodge, 
Willesden, 21 April, bapt. at Wil- 
lesden Parish Church 28 May 1893; 
died at Cumberland Lodge, Willesden, 
aged 5 months, on Friday, 22 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Willesden Churchyard 
25 September 1893. 



Lesbia, bom at South- 
point, Willesden, 1 1 
August, bapt. at Wil- 
lesden Parish Church 
13 September 1898. 




Facsimile of a Portrait of James Royds of Falinge, 
Rochdale, J. P. and D.L., born jo December 1758, died 
J February 18^2 ; in the possession of his great-grandson, 
the Rev. Alfred Littledale Royds, M.A., Rector of Brereton. 



Facsimile of a Portrait of the Rev. Edtuard Royds, 
Rector of Brcreton, born 2j Augtist lygo, died ii April 
i8j6 ; in the possession of his grandson, the Rev. Alfred 
Littledale Royds, M.A., Rector of Brereton. 




9^0^1)0 of iSrereton, co. Cfjester. 



Arms on record in the College 
of Aruis. — Ermine, on a cross 
engrailed between four lions 
rampant gules, a tilting spear 
erect or, and four bezants. 

Crest. — A leopard sejant sable, 
bezantee, gorged with a collar 
argent, resting the dexter fore»paw 
on a pheon or. 

Motto. —Semper paratus. 



James Royds of Falinge, Rochdale, co.= 

Lancaster (son of John Royds of Falinge, 
by Ann his wife, dau. of Thomas Gilbert of 
Cotton, CO. Stafford); born at Rochdale 30 
Dec. 1758, bapt. there 9 Feb. 1759; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster, Patron of Brere- 
ton Rectory, co. Chester, and of Haughton 
Rectory, co. Stafford ; died at Falinge, aged 
S3, on Wednesday, 2 Feb., bur. in chancel of 
Rochdale Parish Church 10 Feb. 1842. 



=Mary, youngest dau. 
of Charles Smith 
of Summer Castle, 
Rochdale ; born at 
Rochdale ; marr. 23 
Dec. 1784 ; died, 
aged 49, 2 1 July, bur. 
at Rochdale 26 July 
1816. 



Clement Royds of Falinge and= 
Creenhill, Rochdale (eldest son) ; 
born at Falinge, Rochdale, 8 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 17 No- 
vember 1785; J.P. and D.L. for the 
counties of York and Lancaster, High 
Sheriff for CO. Lancaster 1850; died, 
aged 68, 6 September, bur. in the 
chancel of Rochdale Parish Church 
13 September 1854. M.L 




=Jane, only dau. of Charles 
Hudson of Shaw Hill, co. 
York, J.P. and D.L., by Jane 
his wife, only dau. of John 
Watson of South Hiendly, 
Felkirk, co. York; born 16 
Jan., bapt. at Halifax Parish 
Church, CO. York, 30 April 
1788; marr. there 10 Dec. 
1810; died at Cheltenham, 
aged 65, 16 Feb., bur. in the 
chancel of Rochdale Parish 
Church 22 Feb. 1S53. M.L 



A\ 



(For issue, see Pedigree of Royds of Falinge, Rochdale, 
CO. Lancaster, Vol. j, page 12.) 



Rev. Edward Royds (3rd son); born 23=pMary, dau. of Thomas Molyneux of Newsham 



August, bapt. at Rochdale Parish Church 
7 Oct. 1790; of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1820, M.A. 1823; Rector of 
Brereton 1819 until his death, instituted 
also as Rector of Haughton in 1822, which 
he resigned in favour of his brother, the 
Rev. Charles Smith Royds, in 183 1 ; died, 
aged 45, 1 1 April, bur. in the chancel at 
Brereton 14 April 1836. M.L 



House, West Derby, co. Lancaster, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Watson of Orms- 
kirk, CO. Lancaster; born 7 February 1793; 
marr. by licence at Walton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Lancaster, on Tuesday, 28 December 1819; 
died at Elkington Rectory, co. Lincoln, aged 
66, 4 December, bur. in the chancel of Brere- 
ton Church 8 December 1859. Memorial 
window in the chancel. 



Other 
issue. 



Rev. Edward Royds, born 28 December. 
1820, bapt. at Brereton 2 March 182 1 ; edu- 
cated at Rugby and at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 5 February 1839, B- A. 
1842, M..^. 1845; Rector and Patron of 
Brereton for 50 years ; died at Brereton 
Rectory, aged 74, on Monday, 29 July, bur. 
in the churchyard at Brereton i August 
1895. Memorial window in East end of 
South transept of Brereton Church. 




=Anne Mary,onlydau. of Thomas 
Littledale of Highfield House, 
West Derby, and of Braystones, 
CO. Cumberland, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Molyneux 
of Newsham House, West Derby; 
born 30 May, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Liverpool, 3 July 1820; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Walton-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Lancaster, 7 August 1845; 
died at Springfield, Bunbury, co. 
Chester, 9 January, bur. at Brere- 
ton 13 January 1896. Memorial 
window in East end of South 
transept of Brereton Church. 



Clement Royds 
(twin with Henry); 
born 8 April, bapt. 
at Brereton 7 June 
1822 ; drowned in 
the Mersey by 
the accidental up- 
setting of a boat 
27 April 1842. 
Memorial window 
in the chancel of 
Brereton Church. 



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Margaret, youngest dau. of= 
Peter Bourne of Heathfield 
and Hackinsall Hall, co. 
Lancaster, by Margaret his 
wife, only dau. and heiress of 
James Drinkwater, and Lady 
of the Manor of Maghull, co. 
Lancaster; born at Liverpool 
6 December 1826, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Liverpool, 25 
January 1827; marr. at St. 
George's, Liverpool (by the 
Rev. George Drinkwater 
Bourne, Rector of Weston- 
sub-Edge, co. Gloucester), 
on Tuesday, 11 July 1848; 
died at Elm House, Waver- 
tree, co. Lancaster, 7 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in Holy Trinity 
Churchyard, Wavertree, 13 
February 1865. ist wife. 

(See Pedigree of Bourne, 
Vol. J, page 152). 



=Henry Royds (twin with Clement) of Elm= 
House, Wavertree ; born 8 April, bapt. 
at Brereton, co. Chester, 7 June 1822 ; 
J. P. ; died at Elm House, Wavertree, 
aged 56, on Monday, 16 December, bur. 
in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Wavertree, 
20 December 1878. Will dated 9 June 
1868, with codicil dated 17 May 1869, 
proved at Liverpool 20 January 1879, by 
Thomas Brocklebank of 76 Bedford 
Street South, Liverpool, and the Rev. 
Nathanael Royds of Little Barford Rec- 
tory, CO. Bedford, the brother, the Exors. 



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=Ella, eldest dau. of 
Edmund Molyneux, 
H.B.M. Consul for 
the State of Georgia, 
U.S.A., by Eliza Har- 
riet his wife, dau. of 
James Johnstone ; 
born 10 April 1835 '> 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Leamington, co. War- 
wick (by the Rev. 
Edward Royds, Rec- 
tor of Brereton), on 
Tuesday, 9 June 1868; 
died at Elm House, 
Wavertree, aged 44, 
on Saturday, 10 April, 
bur. in Holy Trinity 
Churchyard, Waver- 
tree, 14 April 1880. 
2nd wife. 



Harriette Winifred Molyneux, born at Elm 
House, Wavertree, on Tuesday, 15 April, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, 21 May 1873. 



Mary Petrena, born 26 April, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, 13 
June 1849 ; marr. at Child wall 
CO. Lancaster (by the Rev. 
Edward Royds, Rector of Brereton, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon Brand- 
reth. Rector of Standish, co. Lan- 
caster, uncles of the bride), on 
Thursday, 25 April 1867, Thomas 
Brocklebank of The Roscote, Hes- 
wall, CO. Chester (2nd son of Ralph 
Brocklebank of Childwall Hall, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster) ; born 
26 July, bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Liverpool, 2 December 184 1; edu- 
cated at Royal Institution School, 
Liverpool, and Sir R. Cholmeley's 
School, Highgate, London ; J. P. 
for CO. Chester. =j= 



Margaret Bourne, born 8 August, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, 
4 October 1850; marr. there (by 
the Rev. Edward Royds, Rector 
of Brereton) on Thursday, 7 Oc- 
tober 1875, Rev. Sydney Henry 
Armitstead (3rd son of Rev. 
John Armitstead, Vicar of Sand- 
bach, CO. Chester, by Susan 
Hester his wife, 2nd dau. of Rev. 
Richard Massie of Coddington, 
CO. Chester) ; born at The Her- 
mitage, Holmes Chapel, co. 
Chester, 13 June 1837; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 
May 1856, aged 18, B.A. i860, 
M.A. 1865 ; Vicar of St. John's, 
Sandbach Heath, co. Chester, 
since 1862. =j= 



Dora Bourne, born 16 
September, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Wavertree, 1 No- 
vember 1 85 1 ; marr. there 
(by the Rev. Canon Pow- 
nall, Rector of South 
Kilworth, co. Leicester) 
on Thursday, 7 October 
1875, Charles Assheton 
Whately Pownall (son of 
the Rev. Assheton Pow- 
nall, Archdeacon of 
Leicester, bySophia Jane 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Whately); born 
at South Kilworth 1 1 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 19 
November 1848. 

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Edward Royds, born 9 October, bapt. at Brereton 14 November 1847; Amy, born 27 

educated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 1866, B.A. March, bapt. 

1869 ; killed by a fall on Monte Salvatore, Lugano, Switzerland, aged 22, at Brereton 29 

25 May 1870, and bur. at Lugano. Memorial window in chancel, also a brass April 1849. 
tablet, in Brereton Church. 

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Thomas Molyneux Royds, born 1 2 March,=f=Elizabeth Jane, dau. of William Henry Roberts, by 



bapt. at Brereton, co. Chester, 17 June 
1824 ; died 13 January 1852, and was 
l)ur. in Braidwood Cemetery, New South 
Wales. Memorial window in chancel of 
Brereton Church. 



Anne Badgery his wife, of Liverpool, New South 
Wales; marr. at Exeter Farm, Braidwood, New South 
Wales, 30 November 1844; marr. 2ndly Rowland 
Hassall. She died 13 July 1875, ^"^ ^''^s t)ur. in 
Braidwood Cemetery, New South Wales. 



Thomas Molyneux Royds, born 
27 February 1846; died 26 
January 1847. 

Edmund Molyneux Royds of Bal- 
lallaba, Braidwood, New South 
^Vales ; born 20 August 1847. 



William Edward Royds= 
of Durham Hall, Braid- 
wood, New South Wales ; 
born 16 July 1849. 



Thomas Molyneux Royds, 
born 7 April 1875, and 
bapt. at St. John's, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

Helen Molyneux, born 26 
June 1877, and bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Braidwood, 
New South Wales. 

Adele Molyneux, born 3 
August 1879. 



Florence Molyneux, born 
I August 1882, and bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Braidwood, 
New South Wales. 



William Molyneux Royds, 
born 30 May 1S84, and 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Braid- 
wood, New South Wales. 



=Hannah Letitia, dau. of Edward 
Thompson Palmer, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of James Robinson of 
Copobella, Murray River, New 
South Wales ; marr. at lUawarra, 
New South Wales, 22 July 1874. 



Ethel Molyneux, born 1 6 February 1 886, 
and bapt. at St. Andrew's, Braidwood, 
New South Wales. 

Charles Molyneux Royds, born 2 May 
1888, and bapt. at St. Andrew's, Braid- 
wood, New South Wales. 

Frank Molyneux Royds, born 6 Novem- 
ber iSgo, and bapt; at St. Andrew's, 
Braidwood, New South Wales ; died 8 
March 1891, and bur. in Braidwood 
Cemetery. 



Clement Bourne Royds, born 14 March, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, co. 
Lancaster, 10 May 1853; died, aged 15 
months, 21 June, bur. in Holy Trinity 
Churchyard, Wavertree, 26 June 1854. 



Henry Bourne Royds of Emmett Downs, Isisford, 
Queensland; born 18 March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Wavertree, 10 May 1855; educated at Eton; died at 
Isisford Hospital, aged 40, 25 October 1895, and bur. 
in the cemetery at Isisford. 



Rev Alfred Littledale= 
Royds, born 1 1 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Brereton 
10 November 1S50 ; 
educated at Winchester 
and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1874, 
M.A. 1877 ; Perpetual 
Curate at Chelford, co. 
Chester, 1879-96, Rec- 
tor and Patron of 
Brereton since 1896. 



=Eleanor Georgina, 
youngest dau. of 
John Dixon of Astle 
Hall, Chelford, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. 
of Thomas William 
Tatton of Wythen- 
shaw, CO. Chester ; 
born 18 December 
1857, bapt. at Chel- 
ford 22 April 1858; 
marr. there 13 Au- 
gust 1885. 



I 
Mary Emily, born 15 February, bapt. at Brereton 
4 April 1852; marr. there 8 May 1883, Willoughby 
Brudenell Rooke of The Firs, Stevenage, co. Hert- 
ford (son of the Rev. Willoughby John Edward 
Rooke, by Caroline his wife, youngest dau. of 
Anthony Littledale of Bolton Hall, co. York {see 
Pedigree of Littledale, Vol. i, page 240) ; born at 
Bentham Rectory, co. York, 9 March 1849; died at 
The Firs, Stevenage, aged 48, on Tuesday, iS 
January, bur. at Little Wymondley, co. Hertford, 
22 January 1898. Will dated 13 September 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 964, 98) 18 August 1898, by 
Mary Emily Rooke, the relict, and Eleanor Eliza- 
beth Rooke, spinster, the Executrixes. 



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Rev. Francis Coulman Royds, born 24 October,= 
bapt. at Brereton, co. Chester, 25 December 1825; 
educated at Rugby and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 June 1843, aged 17, B.A. 1847, M.A. 
1850 ; Rector of Coddington, co. Chester, since 1855, 
Rural Dean of Malpas since 1892, Hon. Canon of 
Chester since 1894. 



=CorneliaFrances, 
dau. of Rev. 
George Becher 
Blomfield, Canon 
of Chester, by 
Frances Maria 
his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Richard 
Massie of Cod- 
dington ; born 6 
July 1829 ; marr. 
at Stevenage, co. 
Hertford, 13 Jan- 
uary 1852. 



Charles James Royds, 
born 26 August, bapt. 
at Brereton, co. Ches- 
ter, 21 November 
1827; Member for the 
Leichhardt, Queens- 
land, 1860-63 and 
1868-71 ; died at 
Stevenage, co. Hert- 
ford, aged 70, on 
Friday, 15 July, bur. 
there 19 July 1898. 



Alice Mary, born at Parkgate, co. Chester, 3 
January, bapt. at Neston, co. Chester, 4 
February 1853; marr. at Coddington Parish 
Church (by the Rev. David Howell, Vicar 
of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, father of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. George 
James Blomfield, Rector of Norton, co. 
Somerset) on Wednesday, 3 October 
1883, Rev. John Aneurin Howell (2nd son 
of Rev. David Howell of St. Mary Hill, co. 
Glamorgan) ; of Jesus College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1873, aged 20, 
B.A. 1 87 7, M.A. 1 880 ; Vicar of Dwygyfylchi 
with Penmaenmawr, co. Carnarvon, 1881 
-95, and of St. Bede, Toxteth Park, 
Liverpool, since 1895. =j= 



Frances, born 
at Parkgate 9 
February,bapt. 
at Neston 10 
March 1854. 



Ellen Hester, 
born at Cod- 
dington 25 Oc- 
tober, bapt. 
there 2 De- 
cember 1855. 



Frank Massie Royds, born 14 
November, bapt. at Coddington 
21 December 1856; entered the 
Royal Navy 1870, served in H.M. 
Ships "Agincourt," "Achilles," and 
in the "Bacchante" on her first 
voyage round the world ; served in 
H.M.S. "Carysfort," which took 
part in the operations in the Suez 
Canal in 1882, served with the 
Naval Brigade of the British expe- 
dition from Trinkitat, and fell mor- 
tally wounded by a bullet through 
his chest at El Teb; died on board 
H.M.S. "Carysfort" 28 February 
1884. 



Elinor Bourne, bom 15 January, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Wavertree, co. Annie Bourne, 

Lancaster, 13 March 1857 ; marr. at St. John's, Sandbach Heath, co. Chester born 12 Novem- 

(by the Rev. Arthur Henry Cole-Hamilton, brother of the bridegroom, ber.bapt.atHoly 

assisted by the Rev. Canon Bourne, uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 21 Trinity, Waver- 

February 1884, John Isaac Cole-Hamilton of Sutton Hall, Ferrybridge, co. tree, 17 Decem- 

York (youngest son of Arthur Willoughby Cole-Hamilton of Beltrim, co. ber 1858. 
Tyrone, by Emily Catherine his wife, 4th dau. of the Rev. Charles Cobbe 
Beresford) ; born 12 July 1851. =t= 



Ella Wordsworth, born 2 1 April, 
bapt. at Brereton 21 May 1854; 
marr. there 9 July 1890, Rev. 
Charles James Bradshaw (son of 
the Rev. James Bradshaw); 
of Corpus Christi College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884, 
Vicar of BoUington, co. Chester, 
since 1894. =p 

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Annette Julia, born 8 February, bapt. 
at Brereton 22 March 1857; marr. there 
(by the Rev. Alfred Royds, Rector of 
Chelford, and brother of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Francis Coulman 
Royds, uncle of the bride) on Thurs- 
day, 8 June 1882, John Loring of 
Lonstill, CO. Chester. 



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Ethel, born 8 July, 
bapt. at Brereton 7 
August 1859. 



Katherine Fanny, 
born 9 September, 
bapt. at Brereton 
21 October i860. 



Ann Mary, born i6 May, bapt. at Brereton 6 July 1829 ; marr. 
at Walton-on-the-Hill, co. Lancaster, 16 November 1852, Rev. 
Canon John Herbert Jones (son of the Ven'''' Archdeacon 
John Jones, Incumbent of St. Andrew's, Liverpool, by 
Hannah his wife, 6th dau. of John Pares of Hopwell Hall, co. 
Derby) ; born 29 January, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Liverpool, 
21 July 1822 ; Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1844, M.A. 1847, Vicar of St. Augustine's, Liverpool, 
1847-65, Proctor in Convocation since 1888, Hon. Canon of 
Liverpool since 1880, Vicar of St. John's, Waterloo, Liverpool, 
since 1865. She died at St. John's Vicarage, Waterloo, co. 
Lancaster, aged 63, on Sunday, 12 June, and bur. in Sefton 
Churchyard, co. Lancaster, 15 June 1892. 



Emily, bom 6 Feb., bapt. at 
Brereton 16 June 1834; 
marr. there 14 April 1858, 
Rev. Grenville Smyth, Vicar 
of South Elkington, co. Lin- 
coln. She died at Elkington 
Vicarage, Louth, 23 Nov., and 
was bur. in Elkington Church- 
yard 29N0V. 1859. Memorial 
window in chancel of Brereton 
Church. =j= 



Edmund Molyneux Royds, born 26 December 1830, bapt. at 
Brereton 3 April 1831 ; Member for the Leichhardt, Queensland, 
1864-67 and 1872-75. 



Edith, born i January, bapt. at Coddington, co. Chester, 14 
February 1858; marr. there istly (by the Rev. Edward Royds, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Humberston Skipwith, 
uncle of the bridegroom) on Thursday, 3 June 1880, Archibald 
Peyton Skipwith (eldest son of Lionel Skipwith of Kimbolton 
Lodge, CO. Bedford, by Nanette his wife, 4th dau. of Thomas 
Walker of Ravenfield, co. York) ; born 27 August 1853 ; died 28 
December 1883, and bur. at Melbourne, Australia. She marr. 
2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rev. Jonathan 
James Toogood, uncle of the bridegroom), on Tuesday, 2 1 January 
1888, Reginald Curtis Toogood (only son of Henry Toogood of 
Eccleston Square, London); Major (Hon. Lieut.-Colonel) 3rd Bat- 
talion Royal Scots Fusiliers, formerly Captain Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
served in Soudan Expedition 1884-85, at the Nile (medal with 
clasp and bronze star), and in the Burmese Expedition 1886-87 
(mentioned in despatches). =t= 



Norah, born 5 April, bapt. 
at Coddington i May 1859; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Codding- 
ton (by the Rev. Nathanael 
Royds, assisted by the Hon'^'^ 
and Rev. Trevor Kenyon), 
on Wednesday, 27 July 
1881, George James Gribble 
of 37 Hans Place, London, 
3rd son of Thomas Gribble 
of Bohun Lodge, East Bar- 
net, CO. Hertford. 



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Charles Bourne Royds, 
born 3 November, bapt. 
at Holy 'I'rinity, Waver- 
tree, 6 December i86i; 
educated at Slough Pre- 
paratory School, at Ros- 
sall, and at Pembroke 
College,Cambridge, B. A. 
1883. 



Emily Margaret Bourne, bom 31 January, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Wavertree, 16 March 1865; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Canon Bourne and the Rev. Edward Royds, 
assisted by the Rev. Joseph Pilkington Brandreth and the Rev. 
James Utten Todd), on Tuesday, 18 December 1888, Killingworth 
Richard Hedges of Sunbury-on-Thames, co. Middlesex (son of 
Killingworth Hedges of Sunbury-on-Thames); born 23 January 
1849, 3"d bapt. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London; 
educated at Brighton College and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1875. =1= 



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Emily, 4th dau. of Rev. John Alington= 
of Little Barford Manor House, co. 
Bedford, and of Letchworth Hall, co. 
Hertford, by Eliza Frances his wife, 
2nd dau. of the Rt. Hon''''= Sir Thomas 
Plumer of Canon's Park, co. Middle- 
sex, Master of the Rolls ; born at 
Little Barford 1 2 February, bapt. there 
22 April 1S35; marr. at St.. John's, Pad- 
dington, London (by the Rev. Charles 
John Plumer, assisted by the Rev. 
Edward Royds),onTuesday, 13 January 
1S63; died at Paddington, London, 5 
October, bur. at Little Barford 11 
October 1865. M.L ist wife. 

(See Pedigree of Alington, Vol. 7, 
page 2g.) 



=Rev. Nathanael Royds,= 
born 23 March, bapt. at 
Brereton, co. Chester, 
12 April 1836; educated 
at Rugby and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862; 
Vicar of Moggerhanger, 
CO. Bedford, 1863-64, 
Rector of Little Barford 
since 12 August 1864. 



Edward Alington Royds, 
born at Moggerhanger 10 
December 1863, bapt. 
there 17 January 1864; 
died 21 February, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 24 February 
1865. 



Emily Mabel, born at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
IS March, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Bournemouth, 
18 April 1865; died 8 
January, bur. at Little 
Barford 12 January 1866. 



=Hester Frances, only dau. of 
the Rev. John Alington, 
Rector of Candlesby, co. 
Lincoln, by Charlotte Sophia 
his wife, 3rd dau. of Sir 
Alan Bellingham of Castle 
Bellingham, co. Louth, 
Bart. ; born 28 June, bapt. 
at Candlesby 29 December 
1840 ; marr. there by 
the Rev. Alan Marmaduke 
Alington, Rector of Benni- 
worth, CO. Lincoln, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry Giles 
Alington, H.M. Inspector of 
Schools) on Wednesday, 15 
April 1868. 2nd wife. 



Margaret Alington, born at Little Bar- 
ford Rectory on Tuesday, 5 January, 
bapt. at Little Barford 7 February 
1869 ; marr. at St. Deny's, Little 
Barford (by the Rev. Edward Royds, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
David Ingles, Vicar of Witham, co. 
Essex), on Wednesday, 18 January 
1893, Henry Preedy (son of Charles 
Preedy of Hunstanton, co. Norfolk) ; 
born 28 April 1854, and bapt. at Hun- 
stanton; Commander R.N. ; served in 
Zulu War 1879 as A.D.C. to Commo- 
dore Richards (medal with clasp). 
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Edmund Royds, born= 
6 July, bapt. at Cod- 
dington, co. Chester, 
29 July i860 ; edu- 
cated at Haileybury. 



=Rachel Louisa, youngest dau. of 
Colonel Francis Augustus Fane 
of Fulbeck Hall, co. Lincoln, 
by Augusta his wife, dau. of 
William Fane of Fulbeck Hall, 
and of the Hon'''' East India 
Co.'s Civil Service ; born 30 
January 1869 ; marr. at Fulbeck 
(by the Rev. Francis Coulman 
Royds, father of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Vere Francis 
Willson) on Tuesday, 21 May 
1889. 



Mary, born 2 August, bapt. at 
Coddington 8 September 1861 ; 
marr. there (by the Rev. Nathanael 
Royds, Rector of Little Barford, 
assisted by the Rev. Alfred Royds, 
Incumbent of Chelford, co. Chester), 
on Wednesday, i February 18S2, 
Charles Stewart Carlisle, 2nd son of 
Thomas Carlisle of Liverpool. 



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Anthony Fane Royds, bom at 42 Belgrave 
Road, London, on Tuesday, 18 March, bapt. 
at Fulbeck 20 April 1890. 



Jasper Francis Royds, born at the Old Par- 
sonage, Fulbeck, on Monday, 19 October, 
bapt. at Fulbeck 29 November 1896. 



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Hester Mary Alington, bom at Little Barford, co. Bedford, 
on Friday, 15 April, bapt. there 22 May 1870. 



Katharine Natalie Alington, born at Little Barford on 
Wednesday, 2 August, bapt. there 27 August 187 1. 



Constance Alington, born at Little Barford on Wednesday, 
9 October, bapt. there 27 October 1872; marr. at Little 
Barford (by the Rev. Canon Francis Coulman Royds, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Macgregor) on 
Thursday, 23 April 1896, Ralph Eric Royds Brocklebank 
(2nd son of Thomas Brocklebank of The Roscote, Heswall, 
CO. Chester); born 13 November, bapt. at Childwall, co. 
Lancaster, 21 December 1870; educated at Eton. 



Mabel Alington, bom at Little 
Barford on Friday, 3 April, bapt. 
there 26 April 1874. 



Edward Alington Royds, bom at 
Little Barford Rectory on Mon- 
day, 18 October, bapt. at Little 
Barford 14 November 1875 ; 
educated at Rossall. 



Dorothy Alington, born 28 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Little Barford 7 
October 1877. 



Bridget Alington, born at Little Barford 
Rectory on Wednesday, 28 May, bapt. at 
Little Barford 24 June 1879. 



Phyllis Alington, born at Little Barford Rectory 
on Thursday, 26 October, bapt. at Little 
Barford 3 December 1882. 



John Alington Royds, born 7 January, bapt. 
at Little Barford 16 February 18S1 ; edu- 
cated at Haileybury. 



Thomas .Alington Royds, bom 23 October, bapt. 
at Little Barford 23 November 1884; educated 
at Haileybury and on board H.M.S. "Conway." 



Evelyn, born 14 September, bapt. at Coddington, 
CO. Chester, 4 October 1863; marr. there (by 
the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
William Bishton Garnett-Botfield) 3 April 
1888, Hugh Aldersey of Aldersey Hall, co. 
Chester (eldest son of Thomas Aldersey of 
Aldersey and Spurstow Hall, co. Chester, by 
Rose Sidney his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
George Becher Blomfield, Canon of Chester and 
Rector of Stevenage, co. Hertford) ; born 2 
February 1858; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1882. =j= 



Agatha, bom 15 June, bapt. at Coddington 
6 August 1865 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London (by the Rev. Francis Coul- 
man Royds, Rector of Coddington, father 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John 
Aneurin Howell, Vicar of Penmaenmawr, 
CO. Carnarvon), on Thursday, 16 January 
1890, James Steuart (eldest son of Archibald 
Steuart of 54 Great King Street, Edinburgh). 



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Hopfeins of 12aort})tng, to. 



Elizabeth, dau.- 
of John Jackson, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife; born 7 April 
1805 ; marr. at 
Reigate, co. Sur- 
rey, 30 January 
1823 ; died at 
10 Montpellier 
Villas, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 4 Au- 
gust, bur. in 
the Extra Mural 
Cemetery, Brigh- 
ton, 9 August 
i860. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Henry Hopkins of Worthing, co. Sussex (son= 
of John Hopkins by Isabella his wife) ; born 
at Reigate, co. Surrey, 26 June, bapt. at 
Reigate Parish Church 17 July 1801 ; died 
at Worthing Lodge, aged 80, 27 July, bur. in 
the cemetery, Brighton, i August 1881. Will 
dated 30 July 1866, with codicil dated i 
December 1S80, proved in the Principal 
Registry 17 October 1881, by John Clutton 
of 10 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street, London, 
the Rev. William Edward Allfree of Nar- 
burgh, CO. Norfolk, and Thomas Faulconer 
Wisden of The Warren, Broadwater, three of 
the Exors. Double probate in the Principal 
Registry granted 20 January 1882, to James 
Henry George Pierson. 




=Emma, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Wisden of Mowstows Manor, 
Henfield, co. Sussex, by 
Ann Baley his ist wife, dau. 
of William Faulconer of 
Shermanbury, co. Sussex {see 
Faulconer Pedigree, Vol. 4, 
page 8j) ; born at Brighton 
7 April 1837 ; marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Brighton, 2 Octo- 
ber 1S63 (marr. settlement 
dated 2 October 1863, 
Trustees : Thomas Faulconer 
Wisden of Bognor, co. Sus- 
sex, and Robert Stephen 
Faulconer of Walworth, co. 
Surrey) ; died at 2 a.m. on 
Tuesday, 9 June, bur. in the 
cemetery at Henfield 12 
June 1896. Will dated 27 
February 1896, proved at 
Chichester 7 July 1896, by 
Henry Hopkins, the Exor. 
2nd wife. 

{See Wisden Pedigree, Vol. j, 
page g.) 



Elizabeth, born at Reigate, and bapt. 
there 24 September 1823 ; marr. at 
East Grinstead, co. Sussex, 25 October 
1843, Rev. William Edward Allfree (only 
son of William Allfree of Iford, co. 
Sussex); born 29 November 1815 ; of 
Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
18 June 1835, aged 19, B.A. 1839, 
M.A. 1843; Rector of Southease and 
Curate of South Heighton with Tarring 
Neville, co. Sussex, 1843-64, Vicar of 
Narburgh with Narford, co. Norfolk, 
1864-85, Rector of Copmanford with 
Upton, CO. Huntingdon, 1885-90. She 
died, aged 50, 4 February, and was bur. 
at Narburgh, co. Norfolk, 7 February 
1874. =j= 



Isabella Mary, born at Reigate, and bapt. there 26 
November 1824; marr. Samuel Crosby Atthill (only 
son of Samuel Atthill, Captain Hon''''= East India 
Co.'s Bombay Engineers; born 11 July 1826; died 
at Worthing, in his 46th year, on Sunday, 10 Sep- 
tember, bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 
14 September 1871. M.I. She died s.p. at Regency 
Square, Brighton, aged 59, on Sunday, i April, and 
was bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 5 
April 1883. M.I. Will dated 19 April 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 369, 83) 3 May 1883, by Alexander 
Beale of Somerley, Reading, co. Berks, J. P., and 
James Henry George Pierson of Spring Mount, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, the Exors. 



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A son, born 
at Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. 
Kent, 1 8 July 
1864, and 
died the same 
day. 



Henry Hopkins of= 
Worthing, co. Sussex; 
born at 2 Codring- 
ton Place, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 28 August, 
bapt. at the Chapel 
Royal, Brighton, i o 
November 1865. 



= Augusta Frederica, 3rd dau. of the Rev. John Hagtie 
Bloom, Vicar of Castleacre, co. Norfolk, by Frances his 
wife, only child and heiress of Thomas Lonibe Graver of 
South Creake, co. Norfolk ; born at Stiffkey, co. Norfolk, 
2 June, bapt. there 9 June 1833; marr. at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 19 October 1888. 

(See Pedigree of Bloom, Vol. /, page 211). 



Francis Henry Hopkins, 
born at Worthing 18 
July, bapt. at the Chapel 
of Ease, Worthing, 28 
December 1871. 



Harold Hopkins, born at Worthing 14 August, bapt. at the Chapel 
of Ease, Worthing, 22 October 1873; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 21 October 1891, B.A. 13 December 1894, a 
Student of the Inner Temple 10 May 1895; died unmarried at 91 
Ebuiy Street, Pimlico, London, aged 25, on Saturday, 3 June, bur. 
at Henfield, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 8 June 1899. Admon 
was granted at Chichester 27 July 1899, to Henry Hopkins, 
the brother. 




33 



JFlatt of iSlayfjaU, to. ^uffolfe. 



Thomas Flatt of Dunningworth Hall, Tunstall, co. Suffolk (son of John= 
Flatt of Blaxhall, co. Suffolk [died, aged 79, 9 January 1S12, and bur. at 
Blaxhall. M.I. Will dated 30 August iSio, proved in the Archdeaconry 
Court of Suffolk 23 May 1812, by John Flatt and Thomas Flatt, the sons, 
the Exors], by Elizabeth his wife [died, aged 80, 19 December 18 13, and 
bur. at Blaxhall. M.I.]); bapt. at Blaxhall 14 March 1772; died at Dun- 
ningworth Hall, Tunstall, aged 71, 6 January, bur. at Blaxhall 13 January 
1843. M.I. Will dated 25 November 1840, proved at Norwich 6 February 
1843, by John Flatt and Henry Flatt, the sons, and William Toller, the 
son-in-law, the Exors. 



=Sarah Osborne of 
Darsham, co. Suf- 
folk ; marr. at Ben- 
hall, CO. Suffolk, 27 
July 1802 ; died at 
Saxmundham, co. 
Suffolk, aged 87, 24 
February, bur. at 
Blaxhall 2 March 
1866. M.I. 



Emma, born at Blaxhall 9 March, bapt. privately 13 March 1803 (baptism registered at 
Blaxhall); marr. by licence at Tunstall 13 September 1825, William Toller of Letheringham, co. 
Suffolk (son of Samuel Toller, by Mary his wife, dau. of James Pope) : born 2 1 May, bapt. 
privately 3 June 1799 (baptism registered at Benhall) ; died 30 March, bur. at Benhall 5 April 
1871. M.I. Will dated 10 July 1869, with codicil dated 4 February 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 
359. 71) 19 ^^^y 1871, by William Toller of Gedgrave, co. Suffolk, and Samuel Toller of 
Tunstall, co. Suffolk, the sons, two of the Exors. Power reserved to John Toller and James 
Toller, the sons, the other Exors. She died at Saxmundham, aged 82, 28 January, bur. at 
Benhall 4 February 1886. M.I. Will dated 16 August 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 374, 86) 
I April 1886, by William Toller of Gedgrave, co. Suffolk, and Samuel Toller of Letheringham, 
CO. Suffolk, the sons, two of the Exors. =T 



John Flatt of Dun-= 
ningworth Hall, 
Tunstall, and Mel- 
ton, CO. Suffolk ; 
born at Tunstall i 
December 1804, 
bapt. there 6 April 
1805; died at Wood- 
bridge, CO. Suffolk, 
in his 89th year, 9 
October, bur. there 
15 October 1S92. 
M.I. 



^^-/i/^^yu'^i^}^^ 



:Sophia, only child of William 
Wolton of Brockley Hall, co. 
Suffolk (will dated 23 July 
1823, proved at Bury St. 
Edmunds 3 March 1824), by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of John 
Mayhew of Orford, co. Suf- 
folk ; born at Brockley 10 
October, bapt. there privately 
19 November 1809, and re- 
ceived into the church at 
Brockley 17 July 1810; died 
at Woodbridge, aged 85, 10 
September, bur. there 1 5 Sep- 
tember 1893. M.I. Admon 
granted at Ipswich 7 No- 
vember 1893, to William 
Wolton Flatt of Chillesford, 
CO. Suffolk, the son, and only 
next of kin. 



Henry Flatt of Blaxhall ; born at Tunstall 
9 November, bapt. there 14 December 
1806 ; marr. by licence at Friston, co. Suffolk, 
6 October 1831, Hannah Sophia, dau. of 
James Cooper; died at Blaxhall, aged 70, 19 
June, bur. there 24 June 1876. M.I. Will 
dated 6 January 1870, proved at Ipswich 
18 July 1876, by Hannah Sophia Flatt, the 
relict, and William Wolton Flatt of Wan- 
tisden, co. Suffolk, the nephew, the Exors. 
She died at Ipswich, aged 74, 1 1 March, 
and was bur. at Blaxhall 16 March 1880. 
M.I. Will dated 2 October 1877, with 
codicil dated 4 March 1880, proved at 
Ipswich 6 April 1880, by William Toller of 
Gedgrave, co. Suffolk, and Thomas Adam- 
son Riggs of Leiston, co. Suffolk, the Exors. 

Thomas Flatt, born at Tunstall 13 January, 
bapt. there 5 May 1808 ; died unmarried 
at Melton, aged 31, 28 August, bur. at 
Blaxhall i September 1839. M.I. 



William Wolton Flatt of Wan- 
tisden, only child ; born at 
Tunstall 7 October, bapt. there 
21 November 1832. 



Flora Emily, dau. of Francis Wase of Chillesford, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. of Edward Gooch of Framlingham, co. Suffolk ; 
born 6 May 1864, bapt. at Hollesley, co. Suffolk 19 March 
1865; marr. at Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 21 November 1887. 



Ernest William Flatt, born at 
Wantisden 27 September, bapt. 
there i November 1888. 



M^Ilc^ ;J^%^ ^/^csc 



34 



WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Gules, 
three crosses recercelle or, a chief vaire, ermine and ermines, 
Verney ; 2nd and 3rd, Quarterly: Argent and gules, a bear 
sejant sable, muzzled and collared or, Barnard. 

Crests. — I, A man's head couped at the shoulders and affront^ proper, 
ducally crowned or, Verney ; 2, A demi-bear couped sable, 
muzzled and collared, and holding between the paws a mascle 
or, Barnard. 

Supporters. — Two antelopes argent, semee of torteaux, armed and 
unguled or. 

Motto. — Vertue vaunccth. 



IgafllousPj) lie &rofee. 



Rev. Robert Barnard (2nd son of Rev. Thomas Barnard, = 
Rector of Withersfield, co. Suffolk, by Melosine his wife, 
dau. of Arnold Rosenhagen) ; born 1 2 August, bapt. at 
Withersfield 15 September 1760; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1782, M.A. 1788; Rector of Lighthorne, 
CO. Warwick, Rector and Vicar of Witney, co. Oxford, 
and senior Prebendary of Winchester; died at Lighthorne, 
aged 73, on Tuesday, 25 February, bur. there 4 March 
1834. M.I. Portrait at Compton Verney. 



=Louisa, eldest dau. of John Peyto, 
6th Baron Willoughby de Broke, by 
Louisa his wife, dau. of Francis, ist 
Earl of Guilford ; born 29 June 
1760; marr. at Compton Verney, 
CO. Warwick, by special licence, 31 
October 1793; died at Alveston, 
CO. Warwick, 3 February, bur. at 
Lighthorne 10 February 1835. Will 
dated 27 May 1834, proved (P.C.C, 
345 Gloster) 29 June 1835, by 
Robert John Barnard, the son, and 
Joseph Townsend, the Exors. 



Louisa, born at Hill Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, 24 July, bapt. at Lighthorne 19 Septem- 
ber 1802; marr. at Lighthorne 9 July 1825, Joseph 
Townsend of Alveston House, co. Warwick, R.E. 
(7th son of Gore Townsend of Honington Hall, co. 
Warwick, J. P., by Lady Elizabeth Windsor his wife, 
2nd dau. of Other Lewis, 4th Earl of Plymouth) ; 
born 25 February 1794; died, aged 76, on Friday, 
29 April, bur. at Alveston 4 May 1870. She died 
2 2 April, and was bur. at Alveston 29 April 1863. 
T 



Charlotte, born in 
Hill Street, Win- 
chester, CO. Hants, 
17 August 1803, 
and bapt. there 
privately ; died at 
Hill Street, Win- 
chester, and bur. 
at Lighthorne 18 
March 1804. 



Robert John Barnard, 
born at Lighthorne 31 
August 1806, and bapt. 
there privately the same 
day; died i September, 
bur. at Lighthorne 8 
October 1806. 



Henry Verney, loth Lord Willoughby= 
de Broke ; born at Kineton, co. War- 
wick, on Tuesday, 14 ALiy, bapt. there 
13 July 1844; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
17 October 1862, aged 18; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Warwick ; Colonel Com- 
manding Warwickshire Yeomanry ; 
succeeded his father as loth Baron 6 
June 1862. Portrait at Compton Verney. 



=Geraldine, eldest dau. of James Hugh Smith Barry of 
Marbury Hall, co. Chester, and Fota Island, co. Cork, 
by Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of Shalcross Jacson of 
Newton Bank, co. Chester; born at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 26 April 1847; marr. at Great Budworth, co. 
Chester (by the Rev. Samuel Hay Cooke, and the Rev. 
Charles Spencer Stanhope), on Thursday, 17 October 
1867 ; died at Kineton House, aged 47, on Friday, 21 
December, bur. on the site of the old chapel at Compton 
Verney 27 December 1894. M.I. there, and memorial 
window at Lighthorne. 



Richard Greville Verney of Woodley House,^ 
Kineton ; born at 7 Rutland Gate, London, 
29 NLirch, bapt. privately at Endesmore Gar- 
dens, London, 28 April 1869; educated at 
Eton and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 October 1888, aged 19, B.A. 1892; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Warwick, Lieutenant War- 
wickshire Yeomanry Cavalry, M.P. for South- 
East Warwick (Rugby Division) since 1895. 




=Marie Frances Lisette, youngest dau. of Charles 
Addington Hanbury of I5elmont, East Barnet, co. 
Hertford, and of Strathgarve, Dingwall, co. Ross, 
J.P. and D.L., by Christine Isabella his wife, dau. 
of John Mackenzie, M.D. ; born at Belmont, East 
Barnet, on Tuesday, 20 October 1868, and bapt. 
at St. Mary the Virgin, East Barnet; marr. there 
(by the Rev. Leonard William Goodenough, Vicar 
of Kineton, and the Rev. Charles Edward Hadow, 
the Rector) on Tuesday, 2 July 1895. 



John Henry Peyto Verney, born at 40 Lower Sloane Street, 
London, on Thursday, 2 1 May 1 896, and bapt. privately at 
Belmont, East Barnet. 



38 



Robert John Barnard, gth Baron Willoughby de=f=Georgiana Jane, 3rd dau. 
Broke ; born at Lighthorne, co. Warwick, 1 7 October 
1809, bapt. there privately the same day, and received 
into the church 29 April 1810; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 7 April 1828, aged 18; by Royal 
Licence dated 1 7 May 1853, he was authorized to take 
the surname of Verney in lieu of that of Barnard, and 
to quarter the arms of Barnard ; succeeded his uncle, 
Henr)' Peyto, 8th Baron \\'illoughby de Broke, 16 
December 1852 ; died at 50 Grosvenor Square, Lon- 
don, 6 June, bur. at Lighthorne 13 June 1862. M.L 
at Lighthorne and in Compton Verney Chapel, also 
memorial window in Chesterton Church. Will dated 
23 July 1859, with codicil of same date, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 478, 62) 14 August 1862, by the Rt. Hon*''^ 
Georgiana Jane, Lady Willoughby de Broke of 50 
Grosvenor Street, co. Middlese.x, the relict, the sole 
E.xecutrix. Portrait at Compton Verney. 



of Major-General Tho- 
mas William Taylor of 
Ogwell, CO. Devon, C.B., 
Lieutenant-Governor of 
Sandhurst Military Col- 
lege ; born 1 2 August 
1824; marr. at Sandhurst 
25 October 1842; died 
at Kineton House, co. 
Warwick, 7 March, bur. 
at Lighthorne 12 March 
1889. M.I. and memo- 
rial window in Kineton 
Church, also M.L in 
ComptonVemey Chapel. 



^^Kk^y/^ C^o 




Charlotte, born 
in Hill Street, 
Winchester, co. 
Hants, 1 1 De- 
cember 1 8 10, 
died the same 
day, and bur. at 
Lighthorne, co. 
Warwick, 6 Jan- 
uary 18 1 1. 



Henry Barnard, 
born in Hill 
Street, Winches- 
ter, 2 Junei8i2; 
died 9 July, bur. 
at Lighthorne 1 2 
July 18 1 2. 



Rev. Walter Robert Verney, born at Kineton 18 March, = 
bapt. there 28 April 1846 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 October 1864, aged 18, B.A. 1870, M.A. 
1873; Rector of Lighthorne and Vicar of Chesterton, co. 
Warwick, since 1873, Hon. Chaplain to Warwickshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry. 




=Elizabeth Georgina, only dau. of Major 
Robert Wilberforce Bird of Barton 
House, Shipston-on-Stour, co. Warwick, 
and Blunts Hall, co. Suffolk, by Eliza- 
beth Maria his wife, 3rd dau. of Henry 
Cloete of Westerford, Cape of Good 
Hope ; bom at Cape of Good Hope 
21 January 1855, and bapt. there; 
marr. at Barton-on-the- Heath, co. War- 
wick, on Wednesday, 4 June 1879. 



Robert Barnard Verney, born at 
Barton House, Barton-on the- Heath, 
on Saturday, 5 November, bapt. there 
18 December 1881. 



Reynell Henry Verney, bom 
at Lighthorne Rectory 12 
January, bapt. at Lighthorne 
28 March 1886. 



I 
Clare, born at Lighthorne 
Rector)' on Wednesday, i 
June, bapt. there 3 July 
1887. 



Henry Peyto Verney, 
born at Bolton Street, 
London, 19 June, 
bapt. there 16 July 
1870; 2nd Lieutenant 
7th Hussars; drowned 
at Poona, India, on 
Sunday, 25 June 1893, 
and bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Poona. M.I. at 
Kineton and memorial 
window at Lighthorne. 



Blanche, born at Compton Verney 1 2 January, bapt. there 20 February 
1872; marr. at Kineton (by the Hon^e and Rev. Walter Verney, the 
Rev. Leonard William Goodenough and the Rev. Alexander Nash) 13 
April 1898, Michael Granville Lloyd Baker (eldest son of Granville 
Edwin Lloyd Baker of Hardwicke Court, co. Gloucester, by Catherine 
his wife, 4th dau. of the Hon''i= Arthur Lascelles of Noriey, co. 
Chester); bom at Hardwicke Court on Thursday, 16 January 1873, 
bapt. there privately the next day (baptism registered at Hardwicke) ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 29 May 
1891, aged 18. _ 

/K 
(See Baker Pedigree, Vol. 7, page IS7)- 
39 



Margaret Louisa, born at Kineton, co. "Warwick, 13 April, bapt. there 16 May 1847; marr. at 
Compton Verney, co. Warwick (by the Hon'''= and Rev. Walter Robert Verney, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry Charles Knightley, and the Rev. Fitzwilliam John Taylor), on Wednesday, 30 Sep- 
tember 1874, Jervoise Smith of 47 Belgrave Square, London (son of John Abel Smith of Dale 
Park, CO. Sussex, ISLP. for Chichester, by Anne his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Samuel Jervoise, Bart.); 
born' at 22 Grosvenor Square, London, and bapt. there privately 3 October 1828; Major 2nd 
Middlesex Militia, Commissioner of Lieutenancy for the City of London, Chairman of the Pubhc 
Works Loan Commission and of the Committee of London Bankers, Deputy-Chairman of the 
Clearing House; M.P. for Falmouth 1866-6S; died at Folkestone, co. Kent, aged 55, on Mon- 
day, 21 July, bur. in the Mortuary Chapel, Chichester Cemetery, 25 July 1884. Memorial 
window at Lighthorne. Will dated 26 June 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 895, 84) 26 November 
1884, by Dudley Robert Smith 
of 21 Eaton Terrace, co. Mid- 
dlesex, and Hugh Colin Smith 
of Hays AVharf, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, the brothers, the Exors. 

I 



TTliiz^l/ COVu4'-T^'TyU^' 



toC' 



Cry\nyi.//\) 



Alice Jane, born at Kineton on Saturday, 3 
February, bapt. there 28 February 1849; marr. 
at Compton Verney (by the Hon*"'' and Rev. 
Walter Robert Verney, assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Charles Knightley, and the Rev. Fitzwilliam John 
Taylor) on Wednesday, 30 September 1874, 
Edward William, 2nd son of Henry Tritton of 
Beddington, near Croydon, co. Surrey. She died 
at Bodicote, co. Oxford, on Sunday, 8 January, 
and was bur. at Lighthorne 13 January 1882. 
Memorial window there. =f 
A 

Robert Reynell Verney, born at Kineton 8 August, 
bapt. there 6 September 1850 ; Lieutenant 52nd 
Regiment of Foot (Oxfordshire Light Lifantry); 
died at Cork Barracks, aged 22, on Friday, 4 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Lighthorne 1 1 October 1872. M.L 
Admon granted at the Principal Registry 8 No- 
vember 1872, to the Rt. Hon''''= Georgiana Jane, 
Lady Willoughby de Broke of Kineton, co. 
Warwick, the mother, and only next of kin. 



Susan Emma, born at Kineton 4 November, 
bapt. there i December 1852; marr. there 
II June 1885, Edmund Temple Godman of 
Banks Fee, Moreton-in-Marsh, co. Gloucester 
(6th son of Joseph Godman of Park Hatch, 
CO. Surrey, and of Merston, co. Sussex, J. P., 
by Caroline his wife, dau. of Edmund Smithe 
of Horsham Park, co. Sussex, J. P.) ; born 
14 June 1S44; J. P. and D.L. for co. Glou- 
cester, High Sheriff 1882 ; died, aged 49, on 
Thursday, 22 March, bur. at Longborough, 
CO. Gloucester, 26 March 1894. Will dated 
13 July 1885, with codicil dated 19 March 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 437, 94) i May 
1894, by Charles Bulkeley Godman and 
Henry Orde Lloyd-Baker, the Exors. 

I 
Mabel of Diana Lodge, Kineton ; born at 
Kineton 6 October, bapt. there x November 
1855 



Patience, born at Compton Verney on Sunday, 2^ 
August, bapt. there 14 October 1873; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, London (by the Hon'''^ and Rev. 
Walter Robert Verney, assisted by the Rev. Leonard 
William Goodenough), on Saturday, 4 June 1896, 
Basil Hanbury of Compton Lodge, Compton Verney 
(3rd son of Charles Addington Hanbury of Belmont, co. 
Hertford, and Strathgarve, Dingwall, co. Ross, J. P. 
and D.L., by Christine Isabella his wife, dau. of John 
Mackenzie, M.D.) ; born at Ord House, Beauly, co. 
Liverness, 7 October 1862 ; Lieutenant Warwickshire 
Yeomanry. 



40 



Katharine, born at Compton Verney 3 
July, bapt. there 16 July 1875 ; died on 
Saturday, 28 July, bur. in the old 
churchyard at Compton Verney 31 July 
1897. ^LL there, also M.L and 
memorial window at Kineton. 

Pamela, born at Compton Verney 2 
September, bapt. there 29 September 
1876; died at Compton Verney 13 July, 
bur. at Lighthorne 17 July 1878. 
Memorial window there. 



HUia^ 



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/Mcy 



Oi. 



3^rA 



iSarnarlifeton ef %\^t IRjes, to. Suffolk. 



Arms. — Azure, a fess dancettee ermine, between six 

crosses-crosslet argent. 
Crest.— A bittern or, standing among bullrushes proper. 
Motto. — Je trouve bien. 



Nathaniel Bamardiston of The Ryes, Sudbury, co. Suffolk (youngest=j=Elizabeth Johanna, only 
and only surviving son of John Barnardiston of Lincoln's Inn, Lon- | child of John Stackhouse 
don, by Anne his vfife, dau. of Edward Leedes of Croxton, co. 
Cambridge, Serjeant-at-Law) ; born 28 September 1755; marr. istly 
Mary, dau. and heiress of Richard Cook of Cheshunt, co. Hertford, 
who died in January 1781. He died at The Ryes, Sudbury, aged 82, 

23 December 1837, and was bur. at Ketton, co. Suffolk {>w record in 
Register). Will dated 24 February 1835, with five codicils dated 
respectively 16 November 1835, 2 December 1836, 6 April 1837, 23 
June 1S37, and i November 1837, proved (P.C.C, 146 Nicholl) 

24 March 1838, by Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston, the son, the 
surviving Exor. 



Styles of Islington, Lon- 
don, and Kingston, co. 
Surrey; born 12 August 
1759; marr. 25 Feb- 
ruary 1783; died on 
Monday, 1 3 March 1 843, 
bur.at Ketton {no record- 
in Register). Will dated 
20 May 1842, proved 
(P.C.C, 232, 43) 29 
April 1843, by Nathaniel 
Clarke Barnardiston, the 
son, the sole Exor. 2nd 
wife. 



Elizabeth, born 29 January 1785; marr. 10 June 1811, Charles Raymond- 
Barker (4th son of John Raymond-Barker of Fairford Park, co. Gloucester); 
born in 1779. She died 8 January, and was bur. at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
15 January 1825. He marr. 2ndly, Mary Caroline, dau. of Thomas H. 
Hammersley of Pall Mall, London, who died at Montagu Street, London, 
on Thursday, 14 December, and was bur. at Hackney 20 December 1843. 
He died at Blandford Street, Portman Square, London, aged 59, 18 March 
1S38. Will dated 22 October 1S35, with codicil undated, proved (P.C.C, 
148 Nicholl) 30 March 1838, by Thomas Raymond-Barker, the brother, the 
sole Exor. =f= 



Nathaniel Bar- 
nardiston, born 
in 1790, and 
died the next 
day. 



Louisa Elizabeth, born at The Ryes, Sudbury, 27 January, bapt. there privately 20 February, 
and received into the church at Wereham 23 September 1828; marr. at Great Kenny, co. 
Essex, 19 February 1852, John Greenwood of Swarcliffe Hall, co. York (son of Frederick 
Greenwood of Keighley and Swarcliffe Hall, co. York, by Sarah his wife, only dau. of Samuel 
Staniforth of Darnall, co. York); born at Ryshworth Hall, co. York, 20 February, bapt. at 
Keighley 22 June 1829; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 May 1847, ^ged 18, B.A. 
1851, M.A. i860, a Student of Lincoln's Inn 1851 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. York, M.P. for Ripon 
1853-65, Major Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry; died at the Grosvenor Hotel, London, 
aged 45, 21 February, bur. at Birstwith, co. York, 27 February 1874. M.I. Will dated 31 
December 187 1, proved at Wakefield 28 April 1874, by Louisa Elizabeth Greenwood of 
Swarcliffe Hall, the relict, and John Dury of The Moss, Ripley, the Exors. She died, aged 63, 
28 May, bur. at Birstwith i June 1891. M.I. Will dated in May 1891, proved at Wakefield 
28 August 1891, by Charles Staniforth Greenwood of SwarcUffe Hall and Hubert John 
Greenwood, the sons, the Exors. =j= 

/k 

{See Pedigree of Greenwood, Vol. 5, page I2g.) 



41 



Ann, born at Theobalds, co. Hertford, 24 
August 1795 ; marr. 12 April 1815, the Rev. 
Thomas Mills (3rd son of Thomas Mills 
of Great Saxham Hall, co. Suffolk, by 
Susannah his wife, dau. and coheir of Chris- 
topher Harris of Bellevue, co. Devon); born 
17 November 1791; instituted to Rectory 
of Stutton, CO. Suffolk, 6 September 182 1, on 
his own petition (being Rector there for 58 
years), and to the Rectory of Great Saxham 5 
May 1830, Chaplain-in-Ordinary to George 
HI., George IV., William IV. and Queen 
Victoria, and Rector of Little Henny, co. Essex, 
1829-79. She died, aged 31, 7 May, bur. at 
Stutton 15 May 1827. Memorial tablet and 
window in Stutton Church. He marr. 2ndly at 
Shrivingham,co. Berks, 13 December 1836, the 
Hon'''<= Elizabeth Frances, 5th dau. of George, 
5th Viscount Barrington, by Elizabeth his wife, 
2nd dau. of Robert Adair ; died at Hatfield, co. 
Hertford, aged 74, 26 July, bur. at Stutton 31 
July 1886. Will dated 22 November 1879, 
with four codicils dated respectively 22 No- 
vember 1879, 25 November 1879, 9 May 1882, 
and 5 February 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 730, 
86) 21 August 1886, by John Harman of 47 
Portman Square, co. Middlesex, and Nathaniel 
Barnardiston of The Ryes, co. Suffolk, the 
Exors. He died, aged 88, 29 September, bur. 
in Stutton Church 6 October 1879. Memorial 
tablet there. =f= 



Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston= 
of The Ryes, Sudbury, co. 
Suffolk ; born at Long Mel- 
ford, CO. Suffolk, 5 November 
1 799, and bapt. privately at 
Harpur Street, in the parish 
of St. George the Martyr, 
Southwark, London ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824; 
called to the Bar at Lin- 
coln's Inn 1823, J. P. for co. 
Essex, J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Suffolk, Chairman of Essex 
Quarter Sessions January 1844 
to October 1871 ; died at The 
Ryes, Sudbury, in his 84th 
year, on Thursday, 9 August, 
bur. at Great Henny, co. 
Essex, 14 August 1883. Will 
dated 16 December 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 873, 83) 
3 November 1883, by Na- 
thaniel Barnardiston of The 
Ryes, CO. Suffolk, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



.^^■^^ 



^Sophia, dau. of 
George Robert 
Eyres of Ca- 
venham House, 
CO. Norfolk, by 
Louisa his wife, 
dau. of Sir Harry 
Parker, Bart., 
of Melford, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. 
at Wereham, 
CO. Norfolk, I 
March 1826 ; 
died at The 
Ryes,Sudbury,6 
Mayi85S,bur.at 
Ketton, CO. Suf- 
folk {tio record in 
Register). 



-7-^^o^y^ 



Anne Sophia, born 
21 March, bapt. at 
Great Henny 12 
April 1830 ; died 
at The Ryes, near 
Sudbury, in her 2nd 
year, i February 
1832, bur. at Ket- 
ton {no record in 
Register). 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of The Ryes,= 
Sudbury ; born 24 April, bapt. at Great 
Henny 16 May 1832; educated at Har- 
row; Ensign June 1851, Lieutenant 27th 
Regiment of Foot in India in April 1854, 
Colonel and from 1890-99 BrigadierCom- 
manding the Harwich Volunteer Infantry 
Brigade; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk and 
J. P. for CO. Essex, Chairman of West Suf- 
folk Quarter Sessions since 1876, and of 
County Council 1888-99. 



=Lady Florence, 5th dau. of 
William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth, 
D.C.L., by the Hon>'i'= Frances 
his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of George, 
5th Viscount Barrington; born 
at Sandwell Park, West Brom- 
wich, CO. Stafford, 3 July 1838 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 11 February 
1858. 



Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston, born at The Ryes, Sudbury, on= 
Monday, 29 November 1858, bapt. at Great Henny i January 
1859; of Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 
1877, aged 18; J. P. for co. Suffolk, Major (Duke of Cam- 
bridge's Own) Middlesex Regiment from 1896, Adjutant 2nd 
Battalion 1882-86, A.D.C. to Governor of Bermuda (Lieut.- 
General Sir Edward Newdigate Newdegate, K.C.B.) 1889-92, 
D.A.A.G. at Colchester 1894-97, Staff Captain Intelligence 
Division, War Ofifice, 1898, D.A.A.G. since 1899. 



=Sarah Hall, youngest dau. of the 
Hon'^'^ David Richard Floyd- 
Jones of Fort Neck House, Long 
Island, U.S.A., formerly Lieut.- 
Governor of NewYork; born 18 
September 1857; marr. at Grace 
Church, Massapequa, Long 
Island, U.S.A., on Tuesday, 28 
June 1892. 



Joan, born at Colchester 31 January, bapt. at the Garrison 
Church, Colchester, on St. Matthias' Day, 24 February 1897. 

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\ 



Admiral Thomas Barnardiston,= 
born 4 December, bapt. at 
Great Henny, co. Essex, 28 
December 1833; entered the 
Royal Navy 16 February 
1847, served in the "Win- 
chester," 50, in the Burmese 
War 1852-53, was in the 
engagement in which Captain 
Loch was killed, passed Mate 
26 March 1853, on board the 
"Arrogant," 46, in the Baltic 
1854-55, in the " Exmouth," 
91, when made Lieutenant 6 
February 1855, then appointed 
to the "Cornwallis," 60, and 
shortly after to the "Duke of 
Wellington," 131, in the 
Abyssinian Expedition 1868, 
retired 1891. 



=Lucy Mary, eldest 
dau. of Admiral 
Charles Wise of 
Newton Abbot, 
CO. Devon, J. P., 
byLucyAyshford 
his wife, dau. of 
Ayshford Wise ; 
born at Totnes, 
CO. Devon, 18 
March 1846 ; 
marr. at Mary- 
lebone Parish 
Church, London, 
3 February 1864. 



Rev. Arthur Barnardiston,= 
born 7 June, bapt. at 
Great Henny 11 June 
1835; entered the Indian 
Army in 1854, retired in 
1857, and in 1859 en- 
tered into Holy Orders, 
Vicar of Metheringham, 
CO. Lincoln ; died at 41 
Stanford Road, Fulham, 
London, aged 45, on 
Friday, 15 October, bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 1 9 October 1 880. 
Will dated 3 October 
1879, with codicil dated 
6 December 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 276, 81) 2 
April 1881, by Edward 
Mirams of 5 New Inn, 
Strand, co. Middlesex, 
one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to Ann Cooper, 
spinster, the other Exor. 



=Emma, 3rd dau. of 
Richard Almack of 
Long Melford, co. 
Suffolk, by Frances 
his wife, only dau. 
of Lieut.- Colonel 
Frederick James 
Horn ; born 9 Dec. 
1837 ; marr. at Long 
Melford 18 April 
1861 ; died at 24 
Belgrave Road, 
London, aged 51, 
on Sunday, 7 July 
1889. Will dated 30 
May 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 665, 
89)8 Aug. 1889, by 
Richard Oliverson 
of 37 Gloucester 
Square, Hyde Park, 
CO. Middlese.\, the 
sole Exor. 



Mary Evelyn, born at Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 16 March, bapt. at St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds, 20 April 1867 (Sjwnsors : Mr. Ayshford and Mrs. Ayshford Wise); marr. at the 
British Embassy, Rome, 12 March 1888, her cousin, Edwin Wilfrid Stanyforth of Kirk Ham- 
merton Hall, co. York (3rd son of John Greenwood of Swarcliffe Hall, co. York, M.A., J. P. and 
D.L., by Louisa Elizabeth his wile, eldest dau. of Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston of The Ryes, 
Sudbury, co. Suffolk): born at Swarcliffe Hall 28 June, bapt. at Birstwith, co. York, 28 July 
1 86 1 (Sponsors: Major Rohde Hawkins, Charles Coleridge and Mrs. Morton Eden); of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1S79, aged 17; Captain Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry 
Cavalry since 1894, J. P. for co. York ; by Royal Licence dated 7 December 18S7, he and his 
issue were authorised to take the surname of Stanyforth instead of, and in substitution of, that 
of Greenwood, and to bear the arms of Staniforth, in accordance with the will of his great-uncle, 
the Rev. Thomas Staniforth. =r 

(See Pedigree of Greenwood, Vol. j, page iji, and of Stanyforth, page 132.) 



Florence Maria, born at 
Pentlow Hall, co. Essex, on 
Monday, 12 December 1S59, 
bapt. at Pentlow 1 5 January 
i860. _ 

Maud Augusta, born at Acton 
Place, CO. Suffolk, on Sun- 
day, 7 April, bapt. at Great 
Henny 12 May 1861. 



Gertrude Elizabeth Frances, 
born at Acton Place on Fri- 
day, 10 October, bapt. at 
Stutton, CO. Suffolk, 30 No- 
vember 1862. 



Cecil Laura, born at Acton 
Place on Friday, i April, 
bapt. at Great Henny 16 
May 1864. 



Mary, born at The Ryes, Sudbury, 
on Wednesday, 26 April, bapt. at 
Great Henny 25 May 1865. 



Thomas Legge Barnardiston, born at 
The Ryes, Sudbury, on Tuesday, 4 
Sept., bapt. at Great Henny 14 Oct. 
1866 ; Lieutenant R.N., served in 
EgyptianCampaign 1 882(medalwith 
clasp and Khedive's bronze star). 



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Sophia Mary, born 23 November 1836, 
bapt. at Great Henny, co. Essex, 2 January 
1837; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 22 November 1855, Sir 
William Parker of Melford Hall, co. 
Suffolk, Bart. (2nd son of Vice-Admiral 
Hyde Parker, C.B., by Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Sir Frederick Morton Eden, Bart.) ; 
born 2 September, bapt. at Fawley, co. 
Hants, 21 September 1826; Captain 44th 
Regiment of Foot, A. D.C. to Major-General 
Eden, Commanding the Western District 
at Devonport ; succeeded his cousin. Sir 
Hyde Parker, as 9th Bart., 21 March 
1856; died at Melford Hall, aged 65, on 
Sunday, 24 May, bur. at Long Melford 
29 May 1891. Will dated 23 January 
1886, with codicil dated 22 August 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 774, 91) 14 July 1891, 
by Nathaniel Barnardiston of The Ryes, 
Sudbury, co. Suffolk, Colonel in Her 
Majesty's Army, one of the Exors. =t= 



Frances Maria, born 12 
Sept., bapt. at Great 
Henny 27 Oct. 1839 ; 
marr. there 31 March 
1864, Morton Robert 
Eden (elder son of Robert 
Eden of Warwick Square, 
London, by Frances Mary 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Roland Egerton Warbur- 
ton of Norley Hall, co. 
Chester) ; born 9 May 
1830; Captain in the 56th 
Regiment of Foot, retired 
as Colonel 1879; died on 
Thursday, 30 Aug., bur. 
in Woking Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 3 Sept. 1900. She 
died, aged 60, 11 Feb., 
and was bur. in Woking 
Cemetery 14 Feb. 1900. 



I 



Charles Francis Barnar- 
diston, born 8 June, bapt. 
at Great Henny 5 Sep- 
tember 1841 ; entered 
the Army as Ensign in 
the 25th Regiment of 
Foot i860; marr. at 
Dublin on Friday, i 
September 187 1, Lucy 
Featherstonehaugh. He 
died at Moate, in the 
parish of Kilcleagh, co. 
Westmeath, aged 34, on 
Sunday, 12 September, 
and was bur. at Kil- 
cleagh 15 September 
1875. Will proved in 
the Principal Registry, 
Dublin, 19 November 
1883, by Lucy Ebbs 
of Johnstown, Tinabely, 
CO. Wicklow, the sole 
Executrix. 



Laura Caroline, Edith Charlotte, born 25 October, bapt. privately at Little Henny, co. Essex, 

born 5 August, 22 November 1845; marr. at Great Henny (by the Rev. Arthur Barnardiston, 

bapt. at Great assisted by the Rev. Henry Vincent Shortland) on Thursday, 5 August 

Henny 25 Sep- 1869, Ulick John Burke of Broxhead Warren, Alton, co. Hants (son of 

tember 1843 ; James St. George Burke, Q.C., of the Middle Temple, and of Auberies, 

died I Septem- Bulmer, co. Essex, by Anne Eliza his wife, dau. of John Grubbe of Horsen- 

ber, bur. at don House, co. Buckingham, J. P. and D.L. {see Pedigree of Grichhe, Vol. i, 

Great Henny page 27), by Sarah Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. William Henry Carrington, 

7 September Rector of Holy Trinity, Exeter, and Perpetual Curate of Ide, co. Devon); 

1S71. born 29 July 1843, and bapt. at Redhill, co. Surrey; of Christ Church, 

Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1861, aged 18, B.A. 1865, a Student of the 

Inner Temple 22 April 1864, called to the Bar 30 April 1867 ; J. P. for the 

counties of Essex and Hants. =j= 

{See Pedigree of Burke, Vol. j, page 44.) 



Geoffry Barnardiston, born 
at The Ryes, Sudbury, on 
Saturday, 30 May, bapt. at 
Great Henny 12 July 1868. 



Roger Arthur Barnardiston, 
born at The Ryes, Sudbury, 
on Monday, i August, bapt. 
there privately 23 August 
1870 ; died at The Ryes, 
Sudbury, aged 3 weeks, on 
Wednesday, 24 August, bur. 
at Great Henny 26 August 
1870. 



Ernald Barnardiston, born at The 
Ryes, Sudbury, on Friday, 28 July, 
bapt. at Great Henny 21 Sept. 187 1 ; 
educated at Haileybury and at Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Engineers; served in the 
Tirah Campaign 1898 (medal with 
clasp), and in the South African War 
1899-1900. 

Emma, born at The Ryes, Sudbury, 
on Wednesday, 27 August 1873, bapt. 
there privately and died the same day, 
bur. at Great Henny 29 August 1873. 



Samuel John Harrington 
Barnardiston, born at The 
Ryes, Sudbury, on Thurs- 
day, 19 Aug., bapt. at Great 
Henny 21 Sept. 1875 ; 
Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Suffolk Regiment ; served 
in the South African War 
1899-1900. 

Bertha Sophia, born at The 
Ryes, Sudbury, on Wed- 
nesday, 10 Oct., bapt. at 
Great Henny i Nov. 1877. 



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lilljttttng^am. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Per pale, emiine and pean, a fess vert, over 
all a lion rampant argent, guttee de sang, 
on a canton gules, a cross of San Fernando 
proper. 

Crest. — A cubit arm or, cuffed gules, the 
hand proper, holding an open book, bearing 
on the dexter a cross as in the arms, and 
on the sinister the words : AL MERITO 
MILITAR. 

Motto. — Non mihi sed patriae. 



Lieut.-General Samuel Ford Whittingham= 
(son ofWilliamWhittingham of Bristol, by 
Sarah Richardson his wife); born at Bris- 
tol 29 Jan. 1772; Ensign 20 Jan. 1803, 
Lieutenant ist Life Guards 10 March 
1803, Captain 20th Regiment of Foot 14 
Feb. 1805, ALijor 12 March 1810, Lieut. - 
Colonel 30 May 181 1, Colonel 4 June 
1814, Major-General 27 May 1815, Lieut.- 
General 28 June 1838, Colonel 71st High- 
land Light Infantry 28 March 1838 ; 
Colonel in the Spanish Army 20 July 
1S08, Brigadier-General 2 March 1809, 
Mariscal de Campo 12 Aug. 1809, Lieut.- 
General 16 June 1814; present at battles 
of Talavera 28 July 1809 (wounded), 
Barrosa 5 March 181 1, Castalla 13 April 
1813; K.C.B., K.C.H., G.C.F.; died at 
Madras, India, 19 Jan., bur. at St. Mary's, 
Madras, 20 Jan. 1841. M.I. in Garrison 
Church at Madras. Portrait in possession 
of his f^randson, the Rev. George Gustavus 
Napier IVhittingham. Will proved at 
Madras. 



Donna Magdalena, 
dau. of His Excel- 
lency Don Pedro 
Creus of Ximenes, 
Intendant of the 
Spanish Army, by 
Donna Magdalena 
Solerhiswife; marr. 
at Seville, Spain, 
in 1810; died in 
Spain. 



Carlos Modesto Benito Leno Teckla= 
Maria de la Conception (Charles) 
Whittingham ; born at Valencia, 
Spain, 23 September 1813, and 
bapt. there ; of the Madras Civil 
Service ; died at 2 Southwick Place, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 66, on 
Monday, 10 November, bur. at 
Hendon, co. Middlesex, 14 Novem- 
ber 1879. Will dated 16 August 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 1037, 79) 
5 December 1879, by Eliza Cecilia 
Katherine England Whittingham of 
2 Southwick Place, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Eliza Cecilia Catherine 
England, dau. of Colo- 
nel Frederick Arabin, 
R.A., by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of the Rt. 
Rev. George Jehoso- 
phat Mountain, D.D., 
Bishop of Quebec ; 
born at Harrogate, co. 
York, 1 7 October, bapt. 
at St. John's Chapel, 
Harrogate, 1 2 No- 
vember 1827; marr. at 
Havant, co. Hants, 8 
April 1847. 



Anthony Whittingham, born in Spain 
5 Feb. 1 81 7; dieds.p. 24 Dec, bur. at 
Hendon 28 Dec. 1883. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 19 
April 1884, to Henry Vaughan Hart- 
Davis of Southwark, co. Surrey, the 
lawful Attorney of Paul Bernard Whit- 
tingham, the brother, residing at 
Royan, France. 

General Paul Bernard Whittingham, 
born in Spain ; 2nd Lieutenant 14 Dec. 
I S3 7, ist Lieutenant 28 July 1840, 
Captain 4 Feb. 1847, Brevet-Major 26 
Oct. 1828, Lieut.-Colonel 17 May 
i860; died at Royan, France, 28 Oct. 
1894, and bur. at Bordeaux, France. 



Annie Clementina, born at Courtallum, Madras, 13 April 1851, and bapt. there; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. Richard Hart Hart-Davis, assisted by the 
Rev. William Lees), on Thursday, 20 March 1873, Henry Vaughan Hart-Davis of 45 Queen's 
Gardens, Lancaster Gate, London (2nd son of Richard Vaughan Davis of Frognal, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, by Anne Charlotte his wife, dau. of Robert Bates, Major Royal Artillery) ; born 
at Hampstead 3 April, bapt. at St. John's, Hampstead, 17 May 1849; assumed the additional 
surname of Hart before that of Davis by Deed Poll registered in the Court of Chancery 7 
October 1874; J. P. for co. Kent; Major 3rd Volunteer Battalion the Queen's Royal West Surrey 
Regiment, formerly Captain Royal Engineers. — 



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Charlotte Anne, 3rd= 
dau. of Nevile Reid 
of Runnymede, Old 
Windsor, co. Berks, 
by Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Francis, 7th 
Baron Napier of 
Ettrick ; born 6 De- 
cember 1830; marr. 
at St. James', Pad- 
dington, London, 13 
July 1854; died at 
35 Queensborough 
Terrace, Kensington 
Gardens, London, 
aged 38, on ^Vednes- 
day, 1 1 November, 
bur. at Hendon, co. 
Middlesex, ig No- 
vember 1868. ist 
wife. 



=Major-General Ferdinando Santiago Nicolas= 
Whittingham, C.B. ; born at Saragossa, Spain, 
10 September 1814; Ensign 2 November 1S32, 
Lieutenant 19 February 1S36, Captain 30 April 
1841, Brevet-Major 23 December 1842, Major 
I October 1847, Brevet-Lieut.-Colonel 20 June 
1854, Lieut.-Colonel 29 August 1856, Colonel 
2nd Battalion 4th King's Own 26 October 
1858; Major-General 1865; died on Sunday, 
28 April, bur. at Hendon 3 May 1878. Will 
dated 14 September 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
534, 78) 17 June 1878, by Nevile Reid of 
Dunster Court, in the City of London, and 
Joseph Tatham of 36 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
CO. Middlesex, the Exors. 



=Kathleen, 7th dau. of 
Joseph Tatham of The 
Mount, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, by Anna 
Maria his wife, dau. of 
Francis Bedwell by Anna 
Maria his wife ; born at 
North End, Hampstead, 
5 November 1847, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Hamp- 
stead ; marr. there (by 
the Rev. Edward Henry 
Bickersteth) on Tues- 
day, 13 December 1870. 
2nd wife. 



Ferdinand Samford Whittingham, 
born at 35 Queensborough Terrace, 
Kensington Gardens, London, 6 
September, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Hampstead, 22 October 187 1 ; 
educated at Dover College. 



Clementina Louisa, born at Bermuda, West 
Indies, 29 August, bapt. at Pembroke 
Church, Bermuda, 22 November 1855; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London (by the Rev. Henry Simcoe Budge, 
Rector of Brampton, co. Huntingdon), on 
Saturday, 6 March 1886, to Alan Walter 
Lennox Boyd of 35 Cleveland Square, 
Hyde Park, London (only son of Edward 
Lennox Boyd of 35 Cleveland Square, 
Hyde Park); born 8 August 1855 ; of St. 
John's College, Oxford, matriculated 17 
October 1874, aged 19, B.A. 1877, M.A. 
1881 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 6 
January 1875, called to the Bar 29 June 
1881. _ 

Georgiana Sophia, born at Harrogate, co. 
York, on Thursday, 10 September, bapt. 
at All Saints', Paddington, London, 17 
October 1857. 



Clara Monttessuy, born at 25 Upper Seymour 
Street, Portman Square, London, on Thursday, 
30 September, bapt. at All Saints', Paddington, 
15 November 1858. 

Rose Corcyra Annie, bom at Corfu 20 Sep- 
tember, bapt. in the Garrison Chapel at Corfu 22 
October 1859 ; died in London 7 February, 
bur. at Hendon 11 February 1890. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 27 March 
1890, to Clementina Louisa Boyd of 2 Bruns- 
wick Terrace, Campden Hill, in the county of 
London, the sister, one of the next of kin. 



Samford Hart Frere Whittingham, born at 
Oakhill, Hampstead, on Monday, 24 November 
1862, bapt. at Christ Church, Hampstead, i 
January 1863; educated at WeUington College j 
emigrated to Australia. 



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Rev. George Gustavus Napier ^Vhittingham ,-=j=Emma Maud Marion, dau. of Bartholomew 



born at 34 Oxford Terrace, London, on 
Saturday, 18 November 1865, bapt. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, London, i Januarj' 
1866 ; educated at Haileybury College, at 
Ecole Alsacienne, Paris, and at Worcester 
College, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 
1884, aged 18, B.A. 1889, M.A. 1892; 
Curate of St. Mark's, Lowmoor, co. York, 
1890-91, of Powick, CO. Worcester, 1891 
-92, Rector of Duntisbourne Abbots, co. 
Gloucester, 1892-95, Vicar of Evesham, co. 
Worcester, 1 895-1 900, and Assistant Chaplain 
at the Savoy Chapel, London, since 1894. 



Arcedeckne Duncan, M.D., F.R.C.S., of 29 
Wimpole Street, London, by Emma his wife, 
eldest dau. of Sir Edward Alexander Campbell 
of Carrickbury, co. Donegal, by EUza Sophia his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Parratt of Lower Grosvenor 
Place, London ; born at Gower House, Gower 
Street, London, on Tuesday, 7 September 1869, 
bapt. at All Saints', Gordon Square, London, 6 
October 1872 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London (by the Rev. Richard Hart Hart- 
Davis, Vicar of Dunsden, co. Berks, assisted by 
the Rev. Edward Arthur Cosens, Vicar of St. 
Augustine's, Holly Hall, Dudley, co. Worcester), 
on Tuesday, 7 April 1891. 



Duncan Napier Whittingham, born at 8 
Upper PhiUimore Place, Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 June, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, Hillingdon, Uxbridge, 
CO. Middlesex, 18 August 1894. 




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Coofe0on. 



Arms. — Per pale, argent and gules, two legs armed 
and couped at the thigh counter-changed. 
Crest. — A horse's head erased and bridled proper. 
Motto. — Nos non nobis. 



William Cookson (eldest son of Thomas Cookson of Leeds, co. York, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of William Dawson of Langcliffe Hall, 
Settle, CO. York, by Jane his wife, dau. of Ambrose Pudsey) ; born 
30 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, Leeds, 7 December 1749; D.L. for 
CO. York, Mayor of Leeds 1 783-1801 ; marr. 22 November 1779, 
Mary, dau. of James Scott, Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Leeds, by 
Annabella his wife. He died at South Parade, Leeds, aged 61,1 February, 
and was bur. at Leeds Parish Church 6 February 181 1. M.I. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Leeds 
18 January, bapt. at Leeds 
Parish Church 22 February 
1781; marr. in 1807, Edward 
Gibbons of Castor, co. North- 
ampton. She died s.p. at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, aged 85, 1 1 De- 
cember 1866, and was bur. 
there. 



William Dawson Cookson, born at Leeds 
23 February, bapt. at Leeds Parish Church 
10 April 1782. 

Alicia Margaret, born 3 August, bapt. at 
Leeds Parish Church 30 August 1783; 
marr. at Leeds i May 1807, Rev. Robert 
Morrit of Rokeby, co. York, Rector of 
Castlehaven, co. Cork, Prebendary of Ross. 



James Cookson, 
born at Leeds 1 2 
September, bapt. 
at Leeds Parish 
Church 13 Octo- 
ber 1783. 



Mary Anna, born 13 Dec. 1820, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Leeds, i Jan. 
1821 ; marr. at Leeds 27 Dec. 
1848, Rev. John Gibson Cazenove 
(only son of John Cazenove of St. 
Pancras, London); born 26 Sept. 
182 1 ; of Brasenose College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 13 Nov. 1839, 
aged 18, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1846, 
B. and D.D. 1874; Sub-Dean and 
Chancellor of the Cathedral 
Church of St. Mary, Edinburgh, 
1878; diedat Edinburgh 30 Sept., 
bur. in Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, 
30ct. 1896. M.I. Confirmation of 
Alexander Somerville Cumming 
and Andrew Forrester, Writer to 
the Signet, sealed in London 5 
Nov. 1896. She died at Edinburgh 
24 Jan., and was bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh, 27 Jan. 
1890. M.I. _ 

Alicia Frances, born 11 March, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Leeds, 13 
April 1822; bur. at St. John the 
Evangehst's, Leeds, 15 June 1822. 
M.I. there. 



Alicia Catherine, born 
26 March, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Leeds, i May 
1823; marr. at Leeds 22 
October 1853, Thomas 
Cole Swan of Morpeth, 
CO. Northumberland (son 
of Thomas Swan of 
Morpeth) ; bur. at Mor- 
peth 3 March 1866. She 
died at Silwood Cottage, 
Marmion Road, South- 
sea, CO. Hants, 11 Au- 
gust, and was bur. at 
Eastney, co. Hants, 14 
August 1877. Adiiion 
was granted at Win- 
chester 31 August 1877, 
to Oswald Henry Swan 
of Silwood Cottage, the 
son and one of the next 
of kin. =f= 



Margaret Isabella, born 7 March, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Leeds, 7 April 
1825; marr. at St. John the 
Evangelist's, Leeds, 8 April 1847, 
Rev. Oswald Lyttleton Chambers 
(son of John Chambers of Nor- 
wich, by Mary Jean his wife, dau. 
of Peter Le Neve Foster) ; born 
27 February 1822; died at Head- 
ingley, co. York, 4 October, bur. 
in Burmantofts Cemetery, Leeds, 
8 October 1883. Will dated 4 Feb- 
ruary 1864, proved at Wakefield 
31 December 1883, by Margaret 
Isabella Chambers of Hazeldean, 
Cardigan Road, Headingley, the 
relict, one of the Exors. 

A 

William Richard Cookson, born 
23 July, bapt. at Leeds Parish 
Church 17 August 1826 ; died 8 
December, bur. at St. John the 
Evangelist's, Leeds, 10 December 
1830. M.I. there. 



48 



Rev. Francis Thomas Cookson, born 5 March 1786, and bapt.= 
privately the same day (baptism registered at Leeds Parish Church); 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1809, M.A. 1813; Vicar of St. 
John the Evangelist's, Leeds, 1810-59 5 died at Leeds, aged 
73, 20 December, bur. at St. John the Evangelist's, Leeds, 26 
December 1859. M.L Will dated 9 July 1855, with codicil 
dated 7 June 1858, proved at Wakefield 30 January i860, by 
Mary Ellen Cookson, the relict, and Frances Anne Cookson 
of Leeds, spinster, the daughter, the Executrix. 




=Mary Ellen, dau. of Rev. 
Richard Fawcett, Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Leeds, born i 
March 1792; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Leeds, 23 March 
1820; died at Chapel AUer- 
ton, CO. York, 2 1 April, bur. 
at Far Headingley, co. 
York, 24 April 1874. Will 
dated 16 January 1869, 
proved at Wakefield 10 
June 1874, by Frances Anne 
Cookson of Chapel Aller- 
ton, spinster, the daughter, 
the sole Executrix. 



Francis Cookson, born= 
at Leeds 10 December 
1827, bapt. at Leeds 
Parish Church i Jan- 
uary 1828; died 21 
June 1S86, and bur. at 
Sandhurst, Australia. 



^Lly'^t^Mr^^^ 



=Elisabeth, dau. 
of Francis Tip- 
lady of Wether- 
by, CO. York ; 
born 22 Decem- 
ber 1844; marr. 
at Wetherby 6 
August 1868. 



Henry Cookson, born at 
Leeds 2 December 1829, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Leeds, 
I January 1830; died at 
Calcutta, India, 24 October 
1868. M.L at St. John the 
Evangelist's, Leeds. Adiiion 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 14 May 1869, to 
Francis Cookson of Round- 
hay Grange, near Leeds, 
the brother. 



Edward Cookson, born 
at Leeds 5 July, bapt. at 
Sti Peter's, Leeds, 6 Au- 
gust 1833; Bible Clerk 
at Oriel College, Oxford, 
28 May 1852 ; died 
16 October, bur. in 
Burmantofts Cemetery, 
Leeds, 2 7 October 1 869. 



Frances Anne, born 24 
December 1835, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Leeds, 13 
January 1836. 



Brian William Cookson, born 9 August Arthur Edward Fawcett Cookson, Henry Cookson, 

1869, and bapt. at Shadwell, co. York; born 18 May, bapt. at St. John born i November 

educated at Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, the Evangelist's, Leeds, 7 June 1877, and bapt. 

1873. privately at Leeds. 

Mary Ellen, born 3 May, bapt. at Leeds Margaret Isobel, born 17 April 
Parish Church 27 May 1S71. 1875, and bapt. at Hull, co. York. 




fnuix Unr^,/^-^ 



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CrtppsBaj) of ^tratton ^t. iflargaret's, 

to. Wilts. 




William Henry Day of Holly Hill,= 
Meopham, co. Kent, and Stratton 
St. Margaret's, co. Wilts, formerly 
of lo Manchester Square, London 
(only son of Thomas Day of Holly 




Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Ermine, 
on a pale gules, a horse-shoe or, a chief 
azure, thereon a crescent beween two 
suns in splendour of the third, Day ; 
2nd and 3rd, Erminois, on a chevron 
engrailed vert, between two roses in pale 
gules, barbed and seeded proper, five 
horse-shoes argent, Cripps. 

Crests. — I, Upon a mount vert a grey- 
hound's head erased argent, collared, 
with line affixed thereto gules, in front 
a fountain. Day; 2, Upon a mount vert 
a camel statant proper, charged on the 
shoulder with a horse-shoe argent, hold- 
ing in the mouth a rose gules, slipped 
and leaved proper, Cripps, 

Motto. — Vici. 



Hill, Meopham, and Stratton St. 
Margaret's [born 2 August 1810, 
died 7 March, biir. in Willesden 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 13 March 
1895. M.I. Will dated 22 February 
1889, with six codicils, proved in the 
Principal Registry 25 June 1895], 
by Elizabeth Clark his wife, widow 
of Joseph Palmer) ; born at 
Wantage, co. Berks, 30 November 
1830; educated at Bristol and at 
King's College, London; M.R.C.S. 
1854, Assistant Surgeon 3rd Buffs 
in the Crimea (medal with clasp, 
and Turkish medal), M.D. St. 
Andrew's 1857, M.R.C.P. Lond. 
1867, Consulting Physician to the 
Samaritan Hospital, London ; Au- 
thor of " Diseases of Children," 
" Headaches," &c. 



Emma, elder dau. of 
William Cripps Kitchener 




of Newmarket, co. Suffolk, 
by Ann his wife, only child 
of John Orbell of Kentford 
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 24 September 
1829, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bury St. Edmunds, 8 
January 1832 (Sponsors: 
Biggs Andrews, Q.C., 
Susan Barwick Sams and 
Hester Biggs) ; marr. at 
All Saints', Newmarket (by 
the Rev. Robert Watt, 
M.A., Rector of Cheadle, 
CO. Stafford, assisted by 
the Rev. Samuel Thornton, 
M.A., D.D., Incumbent of 
St. Jude's, Whitechapel, 
London, now Bishop of 
Ballarat, cousin of the 
bride), on Wednesday, 30 
May i860. 

{See Pedigree of Kitchener, 
Vol. 7, page 3). 



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Thomas Cripps Day, born at Newmarket on Sunday 
24 March, bapt. at All Saints', Newmarket, i May 
1 86 1 (Sponsors: Thomas Day, William Orbell Kitchener 
and Elizabeth Hewitt) ; died at 10 Manchester Square, 
London, in his i6th year, on Tuesday, 6 February, bur. 
in Willesden Cemetery, London, 10 February 1877. M.I. 




Margaret, born at Newmarket on Tues- 
day, 3 March, bapt. at All Saints', 
Newmarket, 3 April 1863 (Sponsors: 
Francis Elliott Kitchener, Annette 
Peile and Janet Watt) ; died at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 9 
December, bur. in Willesden Cemetery, 
London, 15 December 1890. M.I. 



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Francis Henry Cripps-Day, born at= 
Newmarket, co. Suffolk, 13 June, bapt. at 
All Saints', Newmarket, 24 July 1864 
(Sponsors: William Cripps Kitchener, 
Lieut.-Colonel Henry Horatio Kitchener 
and Henrietta Weatherby) ; educated at 
the High School, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
CO. Stafford, and at Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889, 
LL.M, (elect) 1894, and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst, 1885 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant 21st Hussars 4 October 1887, 
Lieutenant 1889, resigned 1890 ; Bar- 
rister-at-Law of the Middle Temple 1893; 
by Royal Licence dated 27 November 
1886, he assumed the surname and arms 
of Cripps in addition to and before that 
of Day. 



=Marthe Inez, only dau. of Georges Maurice de 
Klapka, commonly called Klapka (son of Joseph 
Klapka of Temesvar, Hungary, by Julie Kehrer his 
wife); born 7 April 1820, entered the Garde Noble 
Hongroise 1842, resigned 1847, and became Captain 
6th Regiment Honveds 1848, Commandant at 
Komorn 1849, General of the Hungarian Army of 
Independence 1849, and Minister of War 1849, 
elected an Honorary Citizen of the Swiss Republic 
on being exiled, returned to Hungary in 1866, and 
became a Deputy, died 18 May 1892, and was bur. 
at Buda Pesth, a monument erected there and also at 
Komorn), by Inez Marthe his wife, 5th dau. of James 
Arbouin of Le Breuil, Cognac, France, and Clemen- 
tine Marett his wife; born 25 December 1870, and 
bapt. at Nice, France (Sponsors: James Arbouin and 
his wife) ; marr. at 25 Rue Guillaume Tell, Paris, on 
Saturday, 21 February 1891. 




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Arthur William 
Day, born at 
10 Manchester 
Square, London, 
29 April, and 
bur. in Willesden 
Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 2 May 1867. 



Florence, born at Newmarket 8 August, bapt. at All Saints'. Newmarket, 
6 September 1865 (Sponsors: John Peile, Anne D'Earth and Ethelreda 
Julia Paston-Cooper) ; marr. by special licence at the Leywood Mission 
School, Luddesdown, co. Kent (by the Rev. John Augustine Kempthorne, 
M.A., Vicar of St. Mary's, Rochdale, co. Lancaster, cousin of the bride, 
and the Rev. William Masfen Roberts, M.A., Rector of Luddesdown), 
on Thursday, 19 August 1897, Alexander Julius Heinrich Wilhelm Marc 
of 42 Park Street, London (son of Julius Marc of Wildungen, Waldeck, 
Germany, by Florence Schreiber his wife) ; born at Goddelseim, Germany, 
25 August 1850; entered the sth Dragoon Regiment i October 1869, 
promoted Vice-Wachtmeister 15 October 1870, served throughout the Franco-German War of 
1870-71 with the IV. Cavalry Division under General Prince Albrecht, and was present at the 
reconnaissance before Bitsch 7 August 1870, at the action near Marsal 13 August, the affair near 
Stainville 19 August, the capitulation of the fortress of Vitry-le-Frangais 25 August, the actions 
near Stonne, Rancourt and Beaumont 20 August, the pursuit of the enemy at Sedan 31 August, 
the battle of Sedan i September, the reconnoitring action near Mezieres 5 September, the action 
of Dannemois 18 September, the reconnaissance near Pithiviers 23 September, the actions of 
Toury 5 October, Artenay 10 October, Orl&ns 11 October, and Chateaudun 18 October, the 
capitulation of Chartres 20 October, the affair near Illiers 18 November, the action near Brou 
Yeresbach 25 October, the battle of Orleans 2-4 December, the action near the Chateau Coudray 
and Charsonville in the Forest of Marchenoir, the action near Belleme 5-9 January 187 1, the 

battle of Le Mans 10-12 January, the action near 
Alengon 15 January, and the reconnaissance before 
Villaines, la-Pootd and Fresnay ; received the medal and 
M yj six clasps, and was made a Knight of the Iron Cross ; 

h'O /Vv / * /^ <^^OLiy resigned his Commission in July 187 1, and came to 

^ fc*'*^-''^ ^-""^"^ / ' England in September following ; afterwards became a 

naturalized British subject. =t= 






3l3oi)ticrttJ5e, formerly of iSurlantJ, 
CO. Somerset. 

Arms. — Argent, three pales wavy azure between twelve cross-crosslets gules. 
Motto. — Dum vivimus vivamus. 



George Dudderidge of Norton Fitzwarren and Allarford,= 
CO. Somerset (3rd son of William Dudderidge of Norton 
Fitzwarren [bapt. at Norton Fitzwarren 14 April 17 18, 
and bur. there 13 Feb. 1785], by Elizabeth his wife [bur. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 21 May 1783J); bapt. at Norton Fitz- 
warren 6 Nov. 1757; died at Hillcommon, co. Somerset, 
at the residence of his eldest daughter, Martha Hayes, aged 
75, and bur. at Hillfarrance, co. Somerset, 4 March 1832. 



=Fanny, eldest dau. of Robert Jennings 
of Hillfarrance, by Alice Shoplin his 
wife of the same place ; bapt. at Hill- 
farrance 21 March 1760; marr. there 
(by the Rev. WiUiam Slocombe, the 
Vicar) 14 April 1784 ; died at 
AUarford, aged 65, 30 April, bur. at 
Hillfarrance 8 May 1825. 

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George Dudderidge of AUarford; 
bapt. at Hillfarrance 11 November 
1787; died suddenly, aged 25, bur. 
at Hillfarrance 28 April 181 2, the 
day appointed for his marriage with 
Mary Cattle of Hillfarrance. 

James Dudderidge of AUarford and 
of Bristol ; born at AUarford, and 
bapt. at Hillfarrance 14 April 1799; 
marr. Ann, by whom he had issue 
one daughter. He died at Bristol 
in 1837, and was bur. there. 



Robert Dudderidge of= 
AUarford, Rowbarton, 
and Rag Hill, Burland, 
CO. Somerset ; born at 
AUarford, and bapt. at 
Hillfarrance 16 Jan. 
1791 ; died at 21 Alma 
Street, Taunton, co. 
Somerset, the residence 
of his eldest daughter, 
Ann Pearse, aged 84, 
16 Oct., bur. at Staple- 
grove, CO. Somerset, 24 
Oct. 1875. 



=Fanny, 3rd dau. of John 
Atkins of Skilgate,co. Somerset, 
by Elizabeth his wife ; born at 
Skilgate, and bapt. there 21 
June 1795; marr. at Staplegrove 
(by the Rev. Arthur William 
Rawlins, the Rector) 23 Sep 
tember 18 19; died at Rag Hill, 
Burland, aged 75, 16 August, 
and bur. at Staplegrove 21 
August 1870. Portrait in tJie 

possession of her grandson, the 
Rev. Sidney Edwin Dodderidge. 



Sarah, dau. of= 
James Day of 
Broomfield, co. 
Somerset, by 
Mary his wife ; 
bapt. at Broom- 
field 3 1 Aug. 
1817; marr. at 
Norton Fitzwar- 
ren 26 Nov. 
1846 ; died at 
Norton Fitzwar- 
ren, aged 37, 
and bur. there 
27 Aug. 1854. 
ist wife. 



=John Dudderidge of Rag Hill, Burland, and= 
Norton Fitzwarren ; born at Staplegrove 30 
Aug. 1820, bapt. at Paul's Meeting, Taunton, 
25 Dec. 1821 ; died at Taunton, aged 72, 
12 March, bur. at Hillfarrance 16 March 
1892. Portrait in possession of tJie family. 



^Caroline Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of William Mead of Creech, 
CO. Somerset ; marr. at Creech 
29 March 1855 ; died at Hill- 
farrance, aged 68, 24 Nov., bur. 
there 27 Nov. 1891. 2nd wife. 



William Henry Dudderidge=Harriett, sth dau. of Thomas Coyle of 

of Norton Fitzwarren and of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, and of East 

Taunton ; born at Norton Reach, Taunton, by Ann Hoskings his wife, 

Fitzwarren 19 April, bapt. of Chard, co. Somerset; marr. at St. George's, 

there 29 May 1862 ; edu- Taunton (by the Rev. Canon Mitchell, the 

cated at the Independent Rector), 5 August 1S84. 
College, Taunton. 



Robert Dudderidge of Norton= 
Fitzwarren, Hillfarrance, and 
of Cwmbach, co. Glamorgan; 
born at Norton Fitzwarren 
25 September, bapt. there 21 
October 1S49; died at Hill- 
farrance, aged 45, 25 March, 
bur. there 31 March 1895. 



=Susanna, 2nd dau. of John Jenks of Anscliffe, co. Worcester, and 
Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, by Sarah Chamberlain of Kidderminster, 
CO. Worcester, his wife; born at Kidderminster 31 Jan. 1849; marr. 
at the Presbyterian Church, Cardiff, 22 June 1874. She married 
2ndly, as his 2nd wife, at Hillfarrance 10 Oct. 1895, Emmanuel 
Cattle of the Mill House, Hillfarrance (eldest son of Joseph Cattle 
of Hillfarrance, by Ann Chorley his wife, of Hillfarrance); born at 
Hillfarrance 31 Oct. 1837, and bapt. there. 

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William Dudderidge of Allarford and Hill- Joseph Dudderidge of Allarford ; bom 

farrance, co. Somerset ; born at Allarford, at Allarford, and bapt. at Hillfarrance 

and bapt. at Hillfarrance 30 September 1796; 15 November 1801 ; died an infant, 

died unmarried at Hillfarrance, aged 63, bur. bur. at Hillfarrance 12 December 1802. 
there 27 March 1859. 



Other 
issue. 



Ann, born at Row- 
barton, CO. Somerset, 
21 Aug. 1822, bapt. at 
Paul's Meeting, Taun- 
ton, CO. Somerset, 1 1 
Sept. 1825 ; marr. 
istly at St. James', 
Taunton, James Bes- 
ley of Taunton, by 
whom she had issue. 
She married 2ndly at 
St. James', Taunton, 
Alfred Pearse of 
Taunton. She died 
at 21 Alma Street, 
Taunton, 4 Dec, and 
was bur. in St. Mary's 
Cemetery, Taunton, 7 
Dec. 1895. 



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Mary Ann, born at Rowbarton 
14 August 1824, bapt. at 
Paul's Meeting, Taunton, 1 1 
September 1825 ; marr. at 
Saxlingham Nethergate, co. 
Norfolk (by the Rev. George 
King, the Rector), 29 July 
1854, Braiithwhite Bush of 
Saxlingham Green; died, aged 
59, 29 May, bur. at Saxlingham, 
CO. Norfolk, 2 June 18S7. 
Will dated 28 January 1882, 
proved at Norwich 26 August 
1887, by Frederic Feltham of 
Saxlingham Nethergate, and 
Joshua Buttifant of the City 
of Norwich, the Exors. She 
died at Saxlingham Green, 
and was bur. at Saxlingham 
Nethergate 6 November 1861. 



Elizabeth, born at Rowbarton in 
1826, bapt. at St. James', Taunton, 23 
September 1827 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
Percival John Brine), 10 December 
1851, George Roberts (5th son of 
George Roberts of Taunton, and of 
Maida Hill West, co. Middlesex, by 
Rachel Pursey his wife) ; born at East 
Street, Taunton, 4 July 1825; died at 
St. Thomas' Hospital, London, aged 52, 
24 January, bur. in Brompton Ceme- 
tery, London, 28 January 1878. M.L 
Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 18 February 1878, to Fanny 
Roberts of 59 Eccleston Square, co. 
Middlesex, the daughter, and one of the 
next of kin. She died at Taunton, aged 
37, 7 April, and was bur. in St. James' 
Churchyard, Taunton, t2 April 1863. 



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Isabella, born at Norton Fitzwarren, co. Somerset, 8 January, bapt. there i February 1852; 
marr. at Norton Fitzwarren (by the Rev. John Prowse Hewitt, the Rector) 24 March 1870, 
John Rendell Clark of Norton Fitzwarren, and of Linden Grove, Taunton (son of Henry Clark 
of North Wootten, co. Somerset, by Charlotte Potts his wife, of Bollington, co. Chester ; born 
at Macclesfield, co. Chester, 4 January 1847, and bapt. at St. Michael's, Macclesfield. She died 
at Taunton, aged 37, 25 August, and was bur. in St. Mary's Cemetery, Taunton, 28 August 
1889. M.L 



John Henry Dudderidge of Norton 
Fitzwarren, Hillfarrance, and of 
London ; born at Cwmbach, co. 
Glamorgan, 1 7 February, bapt. 
there 21 March 1S75. 



William George Dudderidge of Norton Fitzwarren, Hill- 
farrance, and of 107 Valley Road, Meersbrook, Sheffield, 
CO. York ; born at Norton Fitzwarren 28 June, bapt. 
privately (by the Rev. John Prowse Hewitt, the Rector), 
and received into the church at Norton Fitzwarren 29 
September 1876. 

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Robert Dudderidge of Rag Hill, Burland,=j=Sarah, 4th dau. of John Bale of Caroline, born 



and Staplegrove, co. Somerset ; born at 

Rowbarton, co. Somerset, 3 September, 

bapt. at St. James', Taunton, co. Somerset, 

26 September 1830; died at Staplegrove, 

aged 39, 26 November, bur. there 2 I Taunton, 24 June 1858 

December 1869. M.I 



Staple Fitzpaine, co. Somerset ; at Rowbarton 
born at Staple Fitzpaine 18 10 March 1832, 
December 1825, bapt. there 22 bapt. at St. 
April 1827 ; marr. at St. James', James', Taun- 
~ ton, I March 

1833- 



Lydia, born at Norton 
Fitzwarren, co. Somerset, 
25 September, bapt. there 
1 3 November 1859; marr. 
at Staplegrove 1 1 No- 
vember 1880, Joseph 
Lillicrap of Staplegrove 
(son of Charles Lillicrap 
of Staplegrove, by Mary 
Anne Hatherly his wife ; 
born at Staplegrove 18 
March, bapt. there 21 
May 1849. =j= 



George Dudderidge of 2 Waterloo Place, Pall= 
Mall, and of 18 High Lever Road, Ken- 
sington, London ; born at Staplegrove 3 
April 1864; educated at Grosvenor House 
School, Taunton ; elected a Councillor for 
the first Borough Council of Kensington 
I November 1900. 




=Louie, younger dau. 
of Professor William 
Haydn Flood of 
Bristol ; born at 
Southville, Bristol, 
19 September 1864 ; 
marr. at Broadmead 
Chapel, Bristol (by 
the Rev. Edwin 
Gorsuch Gange), 3 
April 1890. 





George Harcourt 
Dudderidge, born 
at Bristol 15 July 
1891. 



Nora Dorothy, born 
at Kensington, Lon- 
don, 15 July 1895. 



Robert Haydn Dudderidge, 
born at Stoke Newington, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 June 1898. 



Clara, born at Staplegrove 18 April, bapt. there 
24 June 1867 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Taunton, 
7 March 1900, Frederick Robert Lloyd of 
Staplegrove (son of John Goodwill Lloyd, by 
Frances his wife) ; born at Nottingham 28 April 
1867, bapt. at Staplegrove 10 August 1878. 



Edith, born at Brook House, Staplegrove 31 
July 1869; marr. at Albemarle Baptist Chapel, 
Taunton (by the Rev. Levi Palmer), 10 March 
1897, George Charles Stowe (son of Charles 
Stowe, by Annie his wife); born at Avon Villa, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 22 April 1869. 



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Caroline Ellen, born at 
Norton Fitzwarren 26 Feb- 
ruary 187S, and bapt. at 
the Congregational Chapel 
there; died at the Mill 
House, Hillfarrance, aged 
21, 17 March, bur. at Hill- 
farrance 22 March 1899. 



Robert Dudderidge, born 
at Norton Fitzwarren 16 
April 1881, and bapt. at 
the Congregational Chapel 
there; died at Hillfarrance, 
aged 1 2, 7 June, bur. there 
II June 1893. 

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Sarah Mabel, born at Norton 
warren 18 November 1882. 



Fitz- 



Charles James Dudderidge, born at 
Hillfarrance 17 April 1885. 

Herbert Orlando Dudderidge, born at 
Hillfarrance 30 June 1887. 



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George Dodderidge of Rag Hill, Burland, co. Somerset,^ 
and Overton Villa, Dorchester, co. Dorset ; born at 
Rowbarton, co. Somerset, 7 February, bapt. at St. 
James', Taunton, co. Somerset, 20 March 1836 ; 
reverted to the original spelling of his surname i 
January 189 1, which change was simultaneously adopted 
by all his children. 



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=Anna Sophia, third dau. of John Wes- 
combe, alias Westcombe, of Greenway 
House, Adsborough, co. Somerset, by 
Anna his wife, 2nd dau. of Alexander 
Heale of Adsborough, by Elizabeth Lang- 
don his wife, of Ling, co. Somerset; born 
at Greenway House, Adsborough, at 11 
p.m. on Tuesday, 15 Aug., bapt. at 
Thurloxton, co. Somerset, 24 Sept. 1837; 
marr. at St. John the Baptist's, Yeovil, co. 
Somerset (by the Rev. Richard James 
Francis Thomas, the Vicar), 12 July 1864. 
Portrait of John Wescombe in the possession 
of his grandson, the Rev. Sidney Edtvin 
Dodderidge. 



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Sidney William 
Dudderidge, born 
at South Parade, 
Dorchester, co. 
Dorset, at 2.30 
p.m. on Sunday, 
22 April, bapt. 
there privately 18 
May 1866 ; died 
at 8.50 a.m. the 
same day, bur. 
in the cemetery 
at Dorchester 21 
May 1866. 



Rev. Sidney Edwin Dodderidge; born atGrey's= 
Orchard House, Fordington, co. Dorset, at 9.25 
p.m. on Thursday, 18 April 1867, bapt. at All 
Saints', Dorchester (by the Ven''''^ Dr. Tho- 
mas Henry Braim, the Rector, and Archdeacon 
of Portland, Melbourne, Australia), 19 April 
1868 ; confirmed at St. George's, Fordington 
(by the Rt. Rev. Charles John Abraham, 
Bishop of Wellington, New Zealand, and 
Coadjutor to the Rt. Rev. George Augustus 
Selwyn, Bishop of Lichfield), 28 Oct. 1S83; 
entered St. Alphege Theological College, 
Southwark, London, i Jan. 1891 ; ordained 
Deacon in Worcester Cathedral (by the Rt. 
Rev. John James Stewart Perowne, Bishop of 
Worcester) on Trinity Sunday, 20 May 1894, 
appointed Assistant Curate of St. Mary's, 
Aston Brook, co. Warwick, the same day, 
ordained Priest at Worcester Cathedral (by 
the Bishop of Worcester) on Trinity Sunday, 
9 June 1895, appointed Curate-in-Charge of St. 
Editha's, Amington, Tamworth, co. Warwick, 
6 August 1896. 



=Mabel Nellie, 2nd dau. of James 
Taylor Frost of 17 Half Moon 
Street, Bishopsgate, London, by 
Eliza Sarah Taylor his wife, 
of Aston, CO. Warwick, and 
Aubrey House, Aston Brook ; 
born at i Chobham Road, 
Leytonstone Road, Stretham, 
CO. Essex, at 5.45 a.m. on 
Saturday, 6 December 1875, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Aston Brook 
(by the Rev. Frederick Smith, 
the Vicar), 20 May 1891 ; con- 
firmed at the Parish Church, 
Aston (by the Rt. Rev. Henry 
Philpott, Bishop of Worcester), 
24 May 1891 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Aston Brook (by the 
Rev. and Colonel John Henry 
Courtney Clarke, Vicar of Tam- 
worth, assisted by the Rev. 
Hugh Arundel Hill, the Vicar), 
on Saturday, 30 January 1897. 



hj^ald ^dlu SJirc/lc/lErrWl^c 






George Victor Dodderidge, born at The 
Parsonage, Amington, at 1.40 a.m. on 
Friday, 4 March, bapt. at St. Editha's, 
Amington (by the Rev. and Colonel John 
Henry Courtney Clarke, Vicar of Tam- 
worth), 29 May 1898 (Sponsors: The Rev. 
Thomas Cooper Angrave, Curate-in-Charge 
of St. George's, Glascote, co. Warwick, 
Albert Victor Dodderidge, the uncle, and 
Mabel Nellie Dodderidge, the mother). 



Joan Hilda, born at The Parsonage, Amington, at 
7.15 p.m. on Saturday, 28 October, bapt. at St. 
Editha's, Amington (by the Rev. and Colonel John 
Henry Courtney Clarke, Vicar of Tamworth), 25 
November 1899 (Sponsors: The Rev. Ernest Alex- 
ander Hutchison, Vicar of Wigginton, co. Stafford, 
Hilda Beatrice Annie Proctor of Aubrey House, 
Aston Brook, co. Warwick, the aunt, and Constance 
Dora Hellaby of Bramcote Hall, co. Warwick). 



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Henry Duddcridge of Rag Hill, Burland, co. Somerset, ahd=j=Elizabeth Valis, only dau. of George 



of Blandford, co. Dorset ; born at Rag Hill, Staplegrove, 
CO. Somerset, 22 December 1839, bapt. at Staplegrove 19 
January 1840. 



Smith of Orcheston, co. Wilts; born 
20 Nov. 1841, bapt. at Spetisbury, co. 
Dorset, 23 Jan. 1S42; marr. at the 
CongregationalChapel,Blandford(by 
Rev. Benjamin Gray), 20 Oct. 1868. 



Frank Rawlinson Dudderidge of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, co. Northumberland ; born at 
Blandford 26 Aug. 1869, and bapt. at the 
Baptist Chapel, Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset ; Fellow of the Chemical Society 
of Great Britain, Principal of the School of 
Pharmacy, Newcastle-on-Tyne, i Jan. 1898. 



Alice Mary, born at 
Blandford i August 
187 1 ; died at 4 Dorset 
Place, Blandford, aged 
8, 12 September, bur. in 
Blandford Cemetery 15 
September 1879. M.I. 



Edith Elphinstone, born 
at Blandford 2 April 
1873- _ 

Ernest Boyland Dud- 
deridge, born at Bland- 
ford 25 May 1S76. 



Henry Gilmore Dodderidge of= 
Weymouth Avenue, Dorchester, 
CO. Dorset ; born at Durngate 
House, Dorchester, at 5.15 a.m. 
on Tuesday, 13 July 1869, bapt. 
privately (by the Rev. John 
Miller, Rector of All Saints', 
Dorchester) 11 February 1870, 
and received into the church at 
the baptism of his brother, Albert 
Victor, 25 October 1874; elected a 
Foundation Fellow of the Society 
of Science, Letters and Art, 
London, 19 July 1892. 



=Edith Helen, third dau. of Barnabas Frederick Kelly of 
Wellington House, Bilston, co. Stafford, by Eunice Mary 
his wife, dau. of George Gorrell of Pontypool, co. Mon- 
mouth ; born 19 January 1875, and bapt. privately at 
Abersychan, co. Monmouth (by the Rev. John Harding) ; 
confirmed at Christ Church, Ebbw Vale, co. Monmouth 
(by the Bishop of Llandaff), 9 March 1896; marr. at St. 
Sannan's, Bedwelty, co. Monmouth (by the Rev. Richard 
Jones, the Rector), 23 February 1S97. 



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Albert Victor Dodderidge of Overton Villa, Dorchester, and Castle House, Weymouth, co. 

Dorset ; born at 
Durngate House, 
Dorchester, at 10.30 
p.m. on Friday, 
17 September, bapt. 
at All Saints', Dor- 

D xj -n J • , T Chester (by the 

Rev. Henry Frederick Jones, the Rector), 25 October 1874; educated at Queen Ehzabeth's 
Grammar School, Dorchester, and at St. Alphege Theological College, Southwark, London: 
appomted Second Master of the Modern Schools, Weymouth, 20 January 1893 




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iSarrett of iflilton House, to. MtvK^. 

Arms. — Gnles, on a chief indented argent, three escallops of the first. 
Cres/. — A wyvem, wings erect or, chained and collared azure. 
Motto. — Probitas venis hones. 



John Richard Barrett of Milton House, co. Berks (eldest son of John Briant= 
Barrett of Milton House, by Winifred his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas John 
Eyston of East Hendred, co. Berks). He marr. istly Louisa Grano ; 2ndly, 
Martha Thome, and 4thly, Elizabeth, dau. and coheir of Francis Elderfield of 
The Manor House, Sutton Courteney, co. Berks, who died at Milton House. 
He died at Milton House, aged 72, 14 November, and was bur. in family 
vault under Milton Parish Church 21 November 1843. By his 2nd wife 
he had issue. =7= 

I 



=Martha, dau. of 
Charles Norring- 
ton ; died at Mil- 
ton House, aged 
24, 5 Sept., bur. 
at Milton 12 Sept. 
i8i8. 3rd wife. 



Elizabeth, born 2 July 1802, bapt. privately the next day (baptism registered 
at East Hendred); marr. at Milton, John Gervas Hutchinson Bourne, Chief 
Justice of Newfoundland (son of John Bourne of Eastwood, co. Nottingham, 
by Ruth Elizabeth his wife); born at Eastwood, and bapt. there i July 1804; 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 17 Oct. 182 1, aged 17, B.A. 1825, 
M.A. and Fellow of Magdalen College 1828; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 1829; died, aged 41, 21 Nov., bur. in a vault at St. Martins-in-the- 
Fields, London, 26 Nov. 1845. She died at Reading 27 Dec, and was bur. 
in the Cemetery at Reading 30 Dec. 1893. Will dated 26 Sept. 1863, proved 
at Oxford by Robert Pennington Bourne, the Exor. =r= 



GeorgeBarrettjborn 
27 Oct. 1812, bapt. 
there privately the 
next day (baptism 
registered at East 
Hendred) ; died in 
London, and was 
bur. in the vaults of 
St. Mary's Catholic 
Church, Moorfields, 
London. 



John Basil Barrett of Milton= 
House; born 29 Aug. 1818, bapt. 
privately the next day (baptism 
registered at East Hendred) ; 
educated at Oscott, Birmingham ; 
J. P. for CO. Berks, Lord of the 
Manor of Milton ; died at Milton 
House, aged 68, 27 Dec. 1886, 
bur. in the family vault at Milton 
3 Jan. 1887. Will dated 21 June 
i875,proved(Prin. Reg., 388,87) 
9 May 1887, by Ellen Barrett of 
Milton House, near Abingdon, co. 
Berks, the relict, the Executrix. 



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=Ellen, eldest dau. and 
coheiress of John Box 
of Abingdon, co. Berks, 
and the Priory, Great Mil- 
ton, CO. Oxford ; marr. 
at the Catholic Church 
of St. Mary and St. 
Edmund, Abingdon, co. 
Berks (by the Rev. Dr. 
O'Toole, and afterwards 
at St. Helen's by the 
Rev. H. O. Crawley), on 
Thursday, 10 October 
1861 ; died at Milton 
House, aged 59, on 
Wednesday, 17 March, 
bur. at Milton 22 March 
1897. 



Louisa Catherine, marr. at Milton 
(by the Ven'>'= Charles Carr 
Gierke, D.D., Archdeacon of 
Oxford, and Canon of Christ 
Church, and previously according 
to the rites of the Roman Catholic 
Church by the Rev. Thomas 
Richardson) on Thursday, 9 Au- 
gust 1849, Martin Archer Shee, 
Q.C. (2nd son of Sir Martin 
Archer Shee, P.R.A.) ; born 14 
November 1804 ; a Student of 
the Middle Temple 13 April 
1836, called to the Bar 19 April 
1839, Q.C. 22 February 1868. 
She died in London 22 April, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 26 April 1894. 



Ellen Mary Louisa, born at Milton 
House 2 May, bapt. at East Hendred 
20 May 1863; died at Milton, 
aged 6, 7 November, bur. at Milton 
9 November 1869. 



John Basil Joseph Barrett, born at 
Milton House i December, bapt. at 
East Hendred 12 December 1865; 
died at Milton, aged 15, 9 March, 
bur. there 16 March 1881. 



George Bryant Martin Barrett, 
born at Milton House 23 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at East Hendred 
5 November 1867; died at 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, 6 May 
1883. _ 

Louis Arthur Barrett of Mil- 
ton House ; born at Milton 
House 25 August, bapt.at East 
Hendred 31 August 1869. 



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Herbert Augustine Barrett, 
born at Milton House 26 
May, bapt. at East Hen- 
dred 5 June 1871. 



Theresa, born at Milton 
House on Saturday, 2 July, 
bapt. at East Hendred 14 
July 1864. 





ailcroft of ^toliesap 
Castle, to, ^alop. 



Arms on reccnd in the College of Arms. — Argent, a 
cross engrailed, in the ist and 4th quarters a fret 
between four fleur-de-lis, and in the 2nd and 3rd, three 
pears, two and one, all sable. 

Crest. — Out of the battlements of a tower a demi-lion 
rampant proper, holding in the dexter paw a flag-staff, 
therefrom flowing to the sinister a banner sable, 
charged with a tower argent, and resting the sinister 
paw upon an escutcheon of the last, charged with a 
fleur-de-lis as in the arms. 

Motto. — Dat Deus incrementum. 



Jeremiah Macklin Allcroft 
of Lower Wick, near Wor- 
cester ; born 20 March 
1791 ; ChaiTiberlain of 
Worcester 1832-33; died 
at Worcester 5 July 1867, 
and bur. at Worcester. 
Will dated 8 October 
1 866, proved at Worces- 
ter 31 July 1867, by 
Sarah Davies Allcroft of 
Lower Wick House, co. 
Worcester, the relict, and 
John Derby Allcroft of 
Porchester Terrace, Bays- 
water, CO. Middlesex, the 
son, the Exors. 



=Hannah, dau. of 
Thomas Derby of 
Birmingham, by 
Sarah his wife ; 
marr. 8 January 
1821; died I July 
1836, and bur. at 
Worcester. 



John Derby Allcroft of Stokesay Castle, co. Salop, and= 
Harlington, co. Middlesex; born 19 July 1822; J. P. for 
CO. Salop, High Sheriff 1893, D.L. for London, Lord of 
the Manors of Stokesay and Onibury, co. Salop, Patron 
of five livings, Governor and Treasurer of Christ's 
Hospital, M.P. for Worcester; marr. istly in 1854, Mary 
Annette, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Martin, who died in 
1857. He died at 108 Lancaster Gate, London, aged 71, 
on Saturday, 29 July, and was bur. at Stokesay on Friday, 
4 August 1893. Will dated 14 June 1893, with codicil 
dated 24 June 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 798, 93) 25 
September 1893, by Mary Ann Jewell Allcroft, the relict, 
and Herbert John Allcroft, William Cave Fowler, and 
Henry Alfred Greig, the Exors. 



=Mary Ann Jewell, eldest dau. of 
John Blundell of Timsbury Manor, 
CO. Hants ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Tulse Hill, CO. Surrey (by the Rev. 
Canon Champneys), on Tuesday, 
9 August 1864; died at 108 Lan- 
caster Gate, London, aged 64, on 
Monday, 28 October, bur.at Onibury 
2 November 1895. Will dated 7 
December 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1312, 95) 13 December 1895, by 
Herbert John Allcroft and Arthur 
Raleigh Allcroft, the sons, the Exors. 



Herbert John Allcroft of Stokesay= 
Castle and Harlington ; born at 
55 Porchester Terrace, London, 
on Monday, 10 July, bapt. at the 
Priory Church, Great Malvern, co. 
Worcester, 19 September 1865 ; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Tem- 
ple, High Sheriff for co. Salop 
1893, J. P. for CO. Salop 1895. 



=Margaret Jane (Cissy), only dau. of General Sir William 
Russell, Bart., C.B., of Charlton Park, co. Gloucester, by 
Margaret his wife, only child of Robert Wilson ; born at 
I Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh, on Saturday, 31 August 
1867 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, Rochester Row, London (by 
the Ven''''= Archdeacon Sinclair, assisted by the Rev. 
William Henry Greaves Twining, the Vicar, and the Rev. 
John AUin, Vicar of Onibury, co. Salop), on Saturday, 15 
December 1900. 



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I 

Elizabeth Macklin, born 19 December 1825; marr. 17 April 1848, William Yarworth Jones, 
who died at 133 Marine Parade, Brighton, aged 73, on Tuesday, 4 March 1884. Will dated 
16 November 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 314, 84) 3 April 1884, by John Derby Allcroft of 
108 Lancaster Gate, co. Middlesex, the sole Exor. She died s.p. at St. Leonard's, co. Sussex, 
on Sunday, 19 October 185 1, and was bur. at Worcester. 



Elizabeth Mary, Harriet Jewell, born at 55 Porchester Arthur Raleigh Allcroft, bom at 55 

born at 55 Terrace, London, on Friday, 16 Porchester Terrace, London, on 

Porchester Ter- October 1868. Monday, 29 January 1872. 

race, London, 

on Thursday, 22 Walter Lacy Allcroft, born at 55 

Nov. 1866. Porchester Terrace, London, on John Derby Allcroft, born at Har- 

Thursday, 6 October 1870. lington on Saturday, 13 September 

1873- 



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Qt, 




Arms oil record in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterly : 1st, Gules, a chevron between three 
mullets of six points, pierced or, Danvers ; 2nd, 
Argent, on a bend gules three martlets or, winged 
vert, Brancestre ; 3rd, Gules, two bars or, in 
chief two bucks' heads cabossed of the second, 
Verney; 4th, Paly of six, argent and azure, on 
a bend gules three cinquefoils or, Stradling. 



Banbers. 



Charles Danvers of Dorset= 
Square, London, and of Wan- 
stead, CO. Essex (2nd son of 
John Danvers of Hornsey, co. 
Middlesex, and formerly of i 
New Court, Broad Street, in the 
City of London, by Elizabeth 
Hardy his wife ; born in October 
1766; died at Hornsey, aged 78, 
10 June, bur. there 15 June 1844. 



=Mary Teush of 
Coleman Street, 
London; marr. at 
St. Benet Fink's, 
London, 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1789 ; died 
at Eddington, co. 
Kent, I Novem- 
ber, bur. at Heme 
7 November 1835. 
M.L 



Mary, born 18 December 1789; 
marr. at Wanstead on Thursday, 25 
March 181 9, Captain David Duval 
of the 81st Regiment of Foot; died 
at 10 Weston Road, Hove, co. 
Sussex, aged 51, on Wednesday, 9 
April, bur. at Hove 14 April 1845. 
M.L Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry i July 1869, to 
Henry James Duval, the brother, 
one of the next of kin. She died at 
Boulogne-sur-mer, France, 7 Feb- 
ruary i86g. Adirion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 22 May 
1869, to John Harris Danvers of 
33 Wormwood Street, London, the 
brother, one of the next of kin. 

I 
Elizabeth, born in 1792, and died 
in infancy. 



Charles Lang Danvers of Addiscombe,= 
CO. Surrey; born i June 1794; died, 
aged 85, 30 January, bur. in Folkestone 
Cemetery, co. Kent, 6 February 1880. 
M.L Will dated 19 February 1879, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 356, 80) 27 April 
1880, by Eliza Ann Godden of 10 
Alexandra Road, Addiscombe, co. 
Surrey, the daughter, the sole Executrix. 



=Mary Ann Barton 
of Buckden, co. 
Huntingdon; died 
at 94 Sandgate 
Road, Folkestone, 
aged 64, Sunday, 
27 March 1870. 
M.L in Folkestone 
Cemetery. 



Eliza Ann, marr. John Giberne of Penge, co. Surrey, 
who died at Penge, aged 37, on Thursday, 18 
March 1852. Will dated 2 October 1849, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 365, 54) 25 May 1854, by George 
Giberne, the brother, one of the next of kin, the 
Exor; Eliza Ann Giberne, the relict, the sole 
Executrix, having renounced. She marr. 2ndly 
at Folkestone, 8 November 1855, Stephen Godden of 
Folkestone. =r 

A 



Alan Danvers of Lisbon, Portugal ; born at 29= 
St. Stephen's Road, Westbourne Park, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 1 August, bapt. at St. Stephen's, 
Westbourne Park, 2 October 1861 ; a Civil 
Engineer ; knighted by the King of Portugal in 
1884, and created a Baron of the Kingdom of 
Portugal 13 April 1893; Chevalier of the Military 
Order of Christ 18 December 1884, Commander 
of the Order of Conceigao for Merit 1900. 



=Alice Isabel Bowerbank, 3rd dau. of William 
Brisco Morris, Consul at Kingston, Jamaica, 
by Frances Burrell his wife, dau. of John 
Burrell Smythe ; born at Kingston, Jamaica, 
30 January 1854, and bapt. at Kingston Parish 
Church, Jamaica ; marr. at Beddington, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. William Morris, her brother, 
assisted by the Rev. Clement Rene Sharpe), 
on Thursday, 7 May 1SS5. 



Muriel Irene Danby, born at 
Lisbon 2 8 June, bapt. privately 
I Aug. 1 886, and received into 
the church at St. George's 
Chapel, Lisbon, 1 1 Feb. 1892. 



Charles Henry Danby Danvers, 
born at Lisbon 16 November 
1891, bapt. at St. George's 
Chapel, Lisbon, 11 February 
1892. 

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Verney Lionel Danby Danvers, 
born at Lisbon, 14 June, bapt. 
at St. George's Chapel, Lisbon, 
13 July 1895. 



Henry Teush Danvers= 
of Braintree, co. Essex ; 
born 2 November 1796 ; 
died at Lewes, co. Sus- 
sex, 23 June, bur. at 
Southover, Lewes, 29 
June 1849. 



=Eliza Isabella, only dau. of 
the Rev. William Gilly, M.A., 
of Gonville and Caius College, 
Cambridge, Rector of Wan- 
stead, CO. Essex, 1812-37, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Stephen 
Oliver of Long Melford, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. at Wanstead 1 7 
Nov. 1827 ; died 24 Feb., bur. in 
St. Luke's Churchyard, Maiden- 
head, CO. Berks, 28 Feb. 1884. 



Louisa, born 17 July 1798; died 
at Le Pecq, St. Germain-en-Laye, 
France, aged 72, on Tuesday, 18 
July 1 87 1. VVill dated 23 Sep- 
tember 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 
334, 73) 6 May 1873, by Frederick 
Charles Danvers of the India 
Office, and of Grange Park, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, the nephew, and 
Cyril Clarke Graham, of Cleveland 
Row, St. Jamas', London, the Exors. 



Rosalie Isabella, 
of Loughton, CO. 
Essex ; born 22 
September 1S28. 



Julia Eliza, born 28 November 1829 ; marr. at the Protestant Church, 
Versailles, France (by the Rev. Henry Davis Heatley), on Monday, 9 
August 1852, George Davis Heatley of Walthamstow, co. Essex, and of 
Hazlemere Lodge, High Wycombe, co. Buckingham (son of Richard 
Heatley of St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London) ; died at Hazlemere Lodge, 
aged 73, on Wednesday, 24 April, bur. at Hazlemere 29 April 1889. 
Will dated 9 July 1884, with codicil dated 2 August 1888, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 419, 89) by Charles Davis Heatley and Ernest Lafont Heatley, the 
nephews, and Gilbert Thomas Smith, the Exors. She died 12 April, and 
was bur. at Hazlemere 19 April 1894. 



I 
Henry William Martins Danvers= 

of Hackney, co. Middlesex; born 

at Versailles, France, 19 August 

1S44, and bapt. at Norham, co. 

Northumberland. 



=Emily, 3rd dau. of Edmund Yalden Knowles of Farnham, 
CO. Surrey, by Esther his wife; born at Farnham 16 Sep- 
tember 1844, and bapt. there; marr. at Bray, co. Berks (by 
the Rev. Richard Bartlow Simpson, Curate of High 
Wycombe), on Monday, 13 May 1872. 



Violet Lillian, born at Maidenhead 12 August, 
bapt. at Bray, co. Berks, 11 October 1873. 



Mabel Emily Gilly, born at Maidenhead 19 
October, bapt. at Bray 20 December 1874; died 
8 June, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke 
Newington, London, on Saturday, 12 June 1886. 



Percy Arnold Henry Danvers, 
born at Maidenhead 10 June, 
bapt. at Bray 20 July 1876. 



Harold William Maurice 
Danvers, born at Clapton, co. 
Middlesex, 23 June, bapt. 
there 4 November 1881. 



I 
Alice Mary, 
born at Clap- 
ton 5 April, 
bapt. there 8 
June 1883. 



Ernest Danvers of Buenos Ayres,= 
Argentine Republic; born at 29 
St. Stephen's Road, Westbourne 
Park, London, on Sunday, 26 
July, bapt. privately, and received 
into the church at St. Stephen's, 
Westbourne Park, 7 October 
1863; a Civil Engineer. 



=Elisa, dau. of John Carey 
Bowden of Bogota, South 
America, by Emily his wife, 
dau. of Henry Price; born 
in London 3 January 1867; 
marr. at the British Lega- 
tion, Bogota, 4 May 1885. 



Charles Danvers of Sydney, New 
South Wales; born at Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 13 Dec. 
1864, bapt. at St. Mary's, Ealing, 
27 April 1865 ; marr. at Sydney 5 
Jan. 1887, Amelia Mary, dau. of 
James Richard Muir of Sydney, 



Louisa Evelyn, 
born at Bogota, 
South America, 
IS March 1886. 



Florence Emily, born 
at Ealing 15 May 
1888, and bapt. at 
St. Mary's, EaUng. 



Frederick Ernest Carey 
Danby Danvers, born at 
Buenos Ayres 19 Septem- 
ber 1 89 1, and bapt. there. 



Minnie Blanche, born at 
Buenos Ayres 13 Dec. 1892 ; 
died at Belgrano, South 
America, 14 Nov. 1893. 



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Frederick Samuel Danvers of= 
WeybridgCj co. Surrey; born 
2 7 April 1 800 ; a clerk in the 
India Office ; marr. zndly 
Hannah Mullen Milton. He 
died at Hardres, co. Kent, 19 
July, and was bur. at Heme, co. 
Kent, 25 July 1871. M.I. Will 
dated 9 September 1870, proved 
at Canterbury 4 August 187 1, 
by Hannah Mullen Danvers, 
the relict, one of the Exors. 




=Mary Matilda, dau. of 
H. Middleton of Wan- 
stead, CO. Essex ; born 
in 1803 ; marr. at St. 
Mary'Sj Marylebone, 
London, 25 August 
1827; died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 44, on 
Friday, 16 April, bur. 
at Hove, co. Sussex, 
2 4 April 1847. istwife. 



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George Danvers born 19 October 
1801 ; bur. at St. Stephen's, Coleman 
Street, London, 30 January 1802. 

Frances Herbert, born 25 August, 
bapt. at Wanstead Parish Church 
27 September 1802; died at St. 
Germain, France, 14 January 1879. 



Julia, born i June, and bur. in Dr. 
Glass's vault in Wanstead Church 
28 December 1805. 



Ellen, born at Hornsey, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 24 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Hornsey, 22 November 1830; marr. at 
Weybridge, co. Surrey (by the Rev. George Streynsham 
Jellicoe), on Thursday, 9 August 1855, Philip Henry 
Netherwood Hornby; died 24 August 1878, and bur. at 
Brighton, co. Sussex. She marr. 2ndly at St. Mary's, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, 11 August 1884, William Hazlitt of 
Oakfield, Addlestone, co. Surrey ; born 26 Sep- . 

tember 1811; Student of the Middle Temple W-rk^wt, 
14 March 1834, called to the Bar 12 January 
1844, Chief Registrar of the Bankruptcy Court 1855 ; died at 
Addlestone, aged 81, 22 February, bur. at Ottershaw, co. 
Surrey, 24 February 1893. M.I. Will dated 23 June 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 254, 93) 23 March 1893, by Francis 
Villiers Hornby and Frederick Ledsam Wheeler, the Exors. 



Boswell Danby Danvers of 
Cooper's Hill, co. Surrey, and 
of New Zealand ; born at 
Hornsey on Wednesday, 14 
December 183 1, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Hornsey, 25 January 
1832 ; died at Englefield 
Green, co. Surrey, aged 40, on 
Saturday, 28 June, bur. there 
I July 1873. Will dated 30 
October 1872, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 492, 73) 17 July 1873, 
by Frederick Charles Danvers 
of the India Office, Westmin- 
ster, and of Grange Park, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, the 
brother, one of the Exors. 



Florence, born at Ealing 9 August, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Ealing, 15 November 
1866; marr. at St. Mary's, Horsell, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. William Elliott 
Oliver, LL.D., Vicar of Ealing, assisted 
by the Rev. J. M. Mocatta, cousin of 
the bride), on Tuesday, 12 September 
1893, Alexander Maurice Lane; M. Inst. 
C.E., Director-General Alcoy and Gandia 
Railway, Spain. =f= 



Oona, born at Ealing 18 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Ealing, 11 September 1868; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Horsell (by the Rev. William Elliott Oliver, LL.D., 
Vicar of Ealing, assisted by the Rev. William Honey 
Turle, the Vicar), on Thursday, 20 April 1893, 
Alan Septimus Stanford of Howbridge Hall, Great 
Oakley, co. Essex (7 th son of Frederick Stanford of 
Howbridge Hall, by Anna Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Edwards Crisp of The Red House, Rendlesham, 
CO. Suffolk) ; born at Howbridge Hall, 22 June, 
bapt. at Great Oakley 20 July 1851. 



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Antonia Caroline, dau.= 
of Alexander Robert 
Coles of Poole, co. 
Dorset, and widow of 
James Bristowe of 
Poole ; born 3 Dec. 
181 7; marr. at St. 
Pancras', London, 22 
Dec. 1855 ; died at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 
aged 47, on Thurs- 
day, 4 Feb., bur. in 
Croydon Cemetery 10 
Feb. 1864. 1st wife. 



Agnes Susan Kate, 
born at Croydon on 
Thursday, 6 August, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Croydon, 30 
December 1857. 



=John Harris Danvers= 
of 33 Wormwood 
Street, London ; born 
13 September 1808, 
bapt. at Wanstead 
Parish Church, co. 
Essex, 2 1 May 
1809; died at Aner- 
ley, CO. Surrey, 17 
January, bur. in 
Croydon Cemetery 
22 January 1892. 



=Eleonora Sophia, dau. of 
James Love of Ross, 
CO. Hereford, Lieutenant 
Royal Horse Artillery ; 
born at Lincoln Hill 
House, Ross, 17 August, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
The Lea, co. Glou- 
cester (by Dean Close), 
1 8 November 1834; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Selhurst, 
Croydon, 23 September 
1868. 2nd wife. 



John Henry Danvers of Caversham, co. 
Oxford; born 25 November 1869, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Croydon, 23 February 1870. 




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Elizabeth, born 18 
September i8io,bapt. 
at Wanstead Parish 
Church 14 May 181 1 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Eloomsbury, Lon- 
don, 25 June 1853, 
Karon Auguste de 
Holtorp of Warsaw, 
Poland, who died 1 1 
May 1884, and was 
bur. at St. Germain, 
France. She died at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, in her 
91st year, on Mon- 
day, 3 December, 
and was bur. there 
5 December 1900. 



Frederick Charles Danvers of The Park,= 
Addlestone, CO. Surrey; born at Hornsey, 
CO. Middlesex, i July, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Hornsey, 6 August 1833; Registrar and 
Superintendent of Records in the India 
Office 1884-98, Knight Commander of 
the Royal Military Order of Jesus Christ 
of Portugal 14 March 1895. 



=Louisa, 2nd dau. of Elias Mocatta of London, by Julia 
his wife, dau. of VV. de Leon ; born in London 2 
November 1836, bapt. at Christ Church, Liverpool, 
15 August 1843; marr. at Hove, co. Sussex (by the 
Rev. William Abraham Mocatta, Vicar of Bispham, 
CO. Lancaster, assisted by the Rev. Benjamin Strettell 
Clarke, Incumbent of Christ Church, Southport, co. 
Lancaster, the brother and brother-in-law of the bride), 
on Wednesday, 17 October i860. 



Isabel, born at Chertsey 3 January, Evelyn, born at Ealing, Lilian, born at Ealing 25 

bapt. there 13 March 1870; died 28 co. Middlesex, 30 August December 1874, bapt. at 

July, bur. at Chertsey 2 August 1870. i87i,and bapt. at Enfield, Christ Church, Ealing, 19 

M.I. CO. Middlesex. May 1875. 



Augusta Colina 
Horton, born at 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, on Whit 
Tuesday, 26 May 
1863, and bapt. 
at St. Matthias', 
Richmond; marr. 
at Nunhead, co. 
Surrey, 10 March 
1890, William 
Dickinson. 



Katharine Horton Seafield, born at sea 18 September 
1864, and bapt. at Holy Trinity, Port Lyttleton, New 
Zealand ; marr. at St. George's, Penang, Straits 
Settlements, on Thursday, 12 November 1S91, 
Theophilus Arthur Wooldridge of Penang (son of 
Thomas Wooldridge by Johanna his wife) ; born at 
Camelford, co. Cornwall, 20 August 1859; died 
suddenly at 3 Montpelier Terrace, Twickenham 
Road, Teddington, co. Middlesex, aged 40, on Whit 
Sunday, 3 June, bur. in the cemetery at Teddington 
6 June 1900. Will dated 21 May 1897, proved in 
the Principal Registry 30 June 1900, by Katherine 
Horton Seafield Wooldridge, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



Margaret Fredericka 
Cecilia Horton, born 
2 July, bapt. at Panga- 
totara. New Zealand, 
18 August 1867; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Not- 
tingham, 2 December 
1S90, Arthur D'Ewes 
Lynam of Notting- 
ham ; born at Not- 
tingham I December 
1S62, and bapt. there. 



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Herbert Ellis Danvers, born at Hornsey,=j=Augusta Frances, 3rd dau. of Robert Horton of Rich- 



co. Middlesex, 25 August, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Hornsey, 9 October 1834; 
Captain in Mercantile Marine ; died at 
Singapore, Straits Settlements, 10 October 
1883, and bur. there. 



mond, CO. Surrey, Captain 74th Highlanders ; born 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, 17 May 1840, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Matthias', Richmond (by the Rev. Arthur 
Garfit), on Wednesday, 6 August 1862; died at 
Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 15 
January, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
18 January 1879. 



Annie Herberta Horton, born at Nelson, New Zealand, 14 October 
1869, and bapt. at Wellington, New Zealand; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 27 August 1891, Charles James Glasson 
of EUesmere, co. Salop (3rd son of John Glasson of Clifton, by 
Emma his wife); born at Clifton 26 November 1863, bapt. at 
Emmanuel's, Clifton, 5 June 1870; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1885, L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1886, M.D. ; sometime Surgeon in the P. and O. Steam 
Navigation Co. =1= 



Mary Henrietta Valentina 
Horton, born 25 January, 
bapt. at Great Crosby, co. 
Lancaster, 20 February 
1876; died at Bowdon, co. 
Chester, aged 15 months, 
22 May, bur. there 24 
May 1877. 



Alfred Thornton= 
Danvers of Napier, 
New Zealand ; born 
at Hornsey 15 
November, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Horn- 
sey, 29 December 
1838. 



^Lauretta Sarah, 
dau. of Thomas 
Reynolds of 
Havelock, New 
Zealand ; born 
2 1 November 
1851 ; marr. 11 
April 1874. 



Mary Musgrave, 
born at Hornsey 
2 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Hornsey, 7 May 
1840. 



Roland Danvers of Wanganui, New 
Zealand ; born at Hornsey 24 De- 
cember 1843, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Hornsey, 21 February 1844; marr. 
at Wellington, New Zealand, 26 Sep- 
tember 1893, Selina Elizabeth, widow 
of John McKelvie of Wellington, 
and dau. of Thomas Amon of Lower 
Rangatiki, New Zealand. 



Laura Mary, born 11 January 1875. 

Olive May, born 23 October 
1876; died I February 1877. 

Frederick Thomas Danvers, bom 
19 December 1877. 

Leslie Danby Danvers, born 3 
March 1879; died 5 April 1880. 



Alfred Edgar Danvers, born Rena Elsie, born 24 March 

25 July, and died 10 1887. 

December 1880. 

Eric Roland Danvers, born 

25 February 1889. 
Alfred Allen Danvers, born 
20 August 1881; died 2 
May 1882. Dulcie Evelyn, born 23 

November 1890 ; died 25 
Alfred Vivian Danvers, born January 1891. 
9 March 1884. 




jpetotrell formerI|) of Holligate 3|aII, 

CO. ^alop. 



Arms. — Party per chevron, argent and sable, three mullets counterchanged, on 

a chief of the second three leopards' faces proper. 
Cresl. — A leopard's head erased proper, on a collar argent, three mullets sable. 
Motto. — Causa honoris leopardus sanguinem futierit. 



Hannah Alford of Bath,= 
CO. Somerset ; born 5 July 
1785, bapt. at Bath 22 
July 1786; man. at St. 
James', Bath, 23 February 
181 1 ; died at Rushbury, 
CO. Salop, aged 40, i Jan- 
uary, bur. there 8 January 
1826. ist wife. 



=William Charles Fewtrell of Middleton= 
House, Holdgate-cum-Bouldon, co. 
Salop (son of John Fewtrell of Hold- 
gate Hall, CO. Salop, by Appolonia his 
wife); born at Holdgate Hall; died at 
Rushbury 15 July, bur. there 19 July 
1849. 



=Anne Anslow, marr. at 
Rushbury 7 August 
1829 ; died at May 
Cottage, Yardley, co. 
Worcester, 30 August, 
bur. at Yardley 4 Sep- 
tember 1856. 2nd wife. 



Edwin Alford Fewtrell of Elm Bank, Rotherham,= 
CO. York; bapt. at Munslow, co. Salop, 13 
December 1812; for many years Head-Master 
of Rotherham Grammar School ; died at Ryton 
Grove, near Shifnal, co. Salop, 25 April, bur. at 
New Hay, co. Lancaster, 29 April 1892. 



^:^?^^^W^1- ^- j^Si^^*^;^^?^^ 



=Caroline, dau. of Charles 
Seagar of Guernsey, by 
Sophia Grellier his wife, of 
Guernsey ; born 20 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. Peter 
Port, Guernsey, 15 March 
1 8 1 1 ; marr. at Yardley 8 
July 1839 ; died at Wood- 
bank, New Hay, 24 January, 
bur. at St. Thomas', New 
Hay, 31 January 1890. 



William Charles 
Fewtrell, born at 
Munslow 7 No- 
vember, bapt. 
there 13 Decem- 
ber 1 8 13; died at 
Auckland, New 
Zealand, in 1892. 



Edwin William Fewtrell, born 26 July 

1840, bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham 
(no record in Register) ; died 23 January 

1841, bur. at All Saints', Rotherham 
(no record in Register), 

Caroline Harriott, born 23 February 

1842, bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham (no 
record in Register); died 24 November, 
bur. at Rotherham 30 November 1842. 

Charles Edwin Fewtrell, born 27 Septem- 
ber 1843, bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham, 
5 January 1844; died 21 January 1848. 

George Henry Fewtrell, born at Rother- 
ham 24 January, bapt. at All Saints', 
Rotherham, 3 March 1845 >' died at Elm 
Bank, Rotherham, 17 January, bur. in 
Rotherham Cemetery 23 January 1875. 



Rev. Edgar Alford Fewtrell,=j=Jane, only dau. of John 



born at Rotheram 9 De 
cember 1846, bapt. at All 
Saints', Rotherham, 20 
January 1847 ; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated October 1871, 
B.A. 1874, M.A. 1884, 
Chaplain to the Countess of 
Ashburnham 1S80-83, Rec- 
tor and Vicar of Dallington, 
CO. Sussex, since 1894. 



Gartside Mills of Sad- 
dleworth, co. York, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Heap of 
New Hay; born at Sad- 
dleworth 5 July, bapt. 
at St. James', Milnrow, 
CO. Lancaster, 8 August 
1852 ; marr. at St. 
Thomas', New Hay, 
23 September 1890. 



Edgar Alford Fewtrell, 
born at New Hay 17 July, 
and bapt. there privately 
19 July 1893; died at New 
Hay 20 July, bur. at St. 
Thomas', New Hay, 22 
July 1893. 



Alfred Hastings Heap 
Fewtrell, born at Dal- 
lington Rectory 26 
October, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Dallington, 24 
November 1S95. 



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Julian Fewtrell, born at Rushbury, co. Salop, 8 March, bapt. there 
2 September 1830. 

Cecilia Ann, bom at Rushbury 2 Februarj', bapt. there 28 
December 1S31; marr. Henry Gwyther (son of the Rev. John 
Gwyther, M.A., Vicar of Fewston, co. York, and nephew of the 
Rev. Henry Gwyther, M.A., Vicar of Yardley, co. Worcester). 



Alfred Fewtrell, born at 
Rushbury 9 August, bapt. 
there 10 August 1834. 

John Herbert Fewtrell, 
bapt. at Rushbury 27 
July 1836. 



Frances, born at Munslow, co. Salop, 8 January, bapt. there 16 February 
1815 ; marr. at Rushbury 26 July 1853, as his 2nd wife. Rev. Henry 
Gwyther (son of Henry Gwyther of Bristol, by Mary his wife) ; born 
19 May 1794; of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, matriculated 26 March 
1814, aged 19, B.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1818, M.A. 1S21, 
Vicar of Yardley; marr. istly, Mary Phihppa Artemisia, only dau. and 
heir of James Child of Bigelly House, co. Pembroke, by Mary Phillipa 
Artemisia his wife, only dau. and heir of Bulkeley Philipps of Abercover, 
CO. Carmarthen (3rd son of Sir John Philipps, Bart., of Picton Castle, 
CO. Pembroke); died at Yardley 17 September, bur. there 24 September 
1872. Will dated 13 August 1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 685, 72) 29 
November 1872, by the Rev. James Henry Alexander Philipps of Picton 
Castle, CO. Pembroke, the son, and Frances Gwyther of Yardley, co. 
Worcester, the relict, the Eiior. =j= 



Harriett Anne, bom 
at Munslow 26 Feb- 
ruar}', bapt. there 3 
April 18 1 7. 



Angelina, born at 
Munslow 19 Octo- 
ber 1819, bapt. there 
20 September 1820. 



Alice Frances, born at Rotherham, co. York, 20 
March, bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham, 3 May 
1848; died 24 January, bur. in Rotherham 
Cemetery 31 January 1877. 

Frank Owen Fewtrell, born at Rotherham 27 
August, bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham, 6 Octo- 
ber 1S50; died at Wellgate House, Rotherham, 
27 November, bur. in Rotherham Cemetery 2 
December 1868. 



Edith Caroline, born at Rotherham 2 March, 
bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham, 3 April 
1852; died 7 May, bur. at Rotherham 12 
May 1852. 

Edith Caroline, born at Rotherham 23 May, 
bapt. at All Saints', Rotherham, 7 June 
1852 ; died at Elm Bank, Rotherham, aged 
25, 27 November, bur. in Rotherham 
Cemetery i December 1879. 



gW dl/Jn^ fll>,JvdJL 



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3^ato0on of C|)r i^aufif) €nti 
anil Mill 3|ou5e, to. ^orfe. 



Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Per fesse wavy, sable and azure, guttee 
d'or, a quadrangular castle with four towers 
argent, on a chief or three ravens' heads 
erased of the first. 

Crest. — Issuant from an annulet or a 
raven's head erased sable, guttee d'or, 
holding in the beak an annulet gold. 

Motto. — Laus virtutis actio. 



William Henry Rawson of The= 
Haugh End and of Sowerby, 
CO. York (3rd son of John 
Rawson of Stonyroyd, co. 
York, by Nelly his wife, dau. 
of David Stansfeld of Hope 
House, Halifax, co. York); bom 
at Stonyroyd 2 1 Oct. 1781 ;died 
at The Haugh End, Sowerby, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 5 Jan., 
bur. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 1 1 
Jan. 1865. Will dated i June 
1 86 1, proved at Wakefield 5 
April 1865, by William Henry 
Rawson of Mill House, 
Sowerby, co. York, John Raw- 
son of Brockwell, Sowerby, 
and Frederick Edward Rawson 
of Thorpe, co. York, the sons, 
three of the Exors. 




i^^^ii^^^^^ 



'O^^^-^ 



=Mary, dau. of John 
Priestley of Thorpe, co. 
York, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of William 
Walker of Crownest, 
Lightcliff'e,co.York; born 
at Thorpe 31 September 
1750; marr. at Halifax 
30 October 1806; died 
at The Haugh End, 
Sowerby, aged 88, on 
Friday, 1 8 Februar)', bur. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 
23 February 1870. Will 
dated 10 May 1865, 
proved at Wakefield 4 
April 1870, by William 
Henry Rawson of Mill 
House and John Rawson 
of Brockwell, both in the 
parish of Sowerby, co. 
York, the sons, the Exors. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Mill House, Sowerby, 

1 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 25 May 
1808; died at The Haugh End, Sowerby, aged 74, 
on Friday, 28 April, bur. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 

2 May 1882. Will dated 18 February 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 498, 82) 14 June 1882, by 
William Henry Rawson of Mill House and John 
Rawson of Brockwell, both in the parish of 
Sowerby, co. York, the brothers, the Exors. 



Ellen Susanna, born at Mill House, Sowerby, 3 
March, bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 29 June 
1809; marr. there ig February 1867, the Rev. 
Alexander Louis Wellington Bean (youngest son 
of Willoughby Bean of Amboise, France, Major 
in Coldstream Guards); born 6 January 1816; 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 28 
January- 1836, aged 20, B A. 1839, M.A. 1843; 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Sowerby, for 43 years ; died 
at Sowerby Vicarage, aged 79, on Saturday, 30 
March, bur. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 4 April 1895. 
Will dated 24 April 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 817, 
95) 4 July 1895, by the Rev. Alexander Henry 
StiUingfleet Bean and the Rev. Clement Willoughby 
Bean, the Exors. She died at Sowerby Vicarage, 
aged 66, on Monday, 10 Januarj', and was bur. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 14 January 1876. 



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Anne Catherine, bom at Mill House, 
Sowerby, 10 February-, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, 19 April iSro ; marr. at Halifax 
Parish Church 27 August 1834, the Rev. 
James Edward Newell (son of the Rev. 
Jeremiah Newell of Great Missenden, co. 
Buckingham); born 2 August 1796; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 
17 March 1815, aged 19, B.A. 1819, 
M.A. 182 1 ; Vicar of Bromley, co. Kent, 
1827 until his death: died at Horsewell 
House, Kingsbridge, South Devon, aged 
83, on Monday, 5 January, bur. at South 
Alolton, CO. Devon, 10 January 18S0. 
She died at Dawlish, co. Devon, aged 
83, on Monday, i May, and was bur. at 
South Molton 5 May 1893. 



Caroline, born at Mill House, Sowerby, 
13 April, bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 
18 July 181 1 ; died at The Haugh End, 
Sowerby, aged 80, on Saturday, 16 May, 
bur. at Sowerby 20 May 1891. Will 
dated i July 1SS9, proved (Prin. Reg., 
657, 91) 16 June 1S91, by William Henry 
Rawson of I\Iill House and John Rawson 
of Brockwell, both in the parish of 
Sowerby, CO. York, the brothers, the Exors. 



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William Henry Rawson of= 
Mill House, Sowerby, co. 
York ; born at Mill House, 
Sowerby, 4 August 181 2, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 
15 February 1813; J.P. and 
D.L. for West Riding, co. 
York ; died at Mill House, 
Sowerby, within i month of 
his 80th year, after 3 days' 
illness, on Thursday, 8 July, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 
12 July 1892. Will dated 
29 September 1879, with 
codicil dated 7 July 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 941, 
92) 5 September 1892, by 
William Henry Rawson, 
John Rawson, Christopher 
Empson and Constance 
Ellen Rawson, the Exors. 



^Ak^t^<i>i>^n^'^ 



=Ellen Louisa, younger dau. 
of Amaziah Empson of 
Spellow Hill, Knares- 
borough,co. York, by Ellen 
his wife, dau. of John 
Rawson of Stonyroyd, co. 
York; born 31 October 
1 8 2 1 , and bapt. privately at 
Elvington Hall, near York; 
marr. at Staveley, co. York, 
22 April 1847 ; died at 
Mill House, Sowerby, after 
5 days' illness, aged 68, on 
Sunday, 20 April, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Sowerby, 23 
April 1890. 



John Rawson 
Brockwell, near 
Halifax, co. York, 
and Fallbarrow, 
CO. Westmoreland; 
bornatMillHouse, 
Sowerby, 21 Nov. 
18 1 3, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Sowerby, 
22 Nov. 1814 ; 
died at Brockwell, 
in his 86th year, 
on Wednesday, 8 
Feb., bur. at St. 
Peter's, Sowerby, 
II Feb. 1899. 



of=i=Elizabeth Marianne, 
dau. of John Priestley 
of Thorpe, co. York, 
by Alary Ann his wife, 
dau. of Colonel Lloyd 
of Kingthorpe House, 
CO. York ; born at 
Thorpe 11 November 
1 8 1 7 ; marr. at Halifax 
Parish Church 2 July 
1840; died at Brock- 
well, aged 58, on 
Monday, 10 January, 
bur. at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, 14 January, 
1876. 




Gertrude Elizabeth, born at Brockwell on Monday, 19 June 
1843; died at Blackbrook, co. Kent, 23 December, bur. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 28 December 1859. 



I 
William Henry Rawson of Mill House,= 
Sowerby, and of Bramhope, Torquay, co. 
Devon ; born at The Breck, Sowerby, 1 7 Sept., 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 7 Nov. 1848; 
educated at Harrow, and at Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 Nov. 1867, aged 19, 
B.A. 1873 ; J.P. for West Riding, co. York ; 
died s.p., aged 45, on Friday, i Dec, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Sowerby, 5 Dec. 1893. Will dated 
15 July 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 370, 94) 21 
March 1894, by Frances Jane Rawson, Con- 
stance Ellen Rawson, John Selwyn Rawson 
and William Pickford, the Exors. 



=Frances Jane, eldest dau. of John 
William IJrooke of Sibton Park, co. 
Suffolk, by Jemima Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of James Brittain of 
Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic; 
born 27 Feb. 1851, and bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Sibton ; marr. 
at Sibton (by the Rev. William 
Henry Empson, uncle to the bride- 
groom, assisted by the Rev. William 
Bromley, Vicar of the parish, and 
the Rev. Charles Edward Brooke) 
on Wednesday, 4 Nov. 1874. 



Constance Ellen, 
born at The 
Breck, Sowerby, 
on Tuesday, 1 2 
November 1850, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Sowerby, 
on Tuesday, 17 
December 1850. 



Arthur Pelham Rawson, 
born at Bromley Common, 
CO. Kent, 2 Oct., bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley 
Common, 28 Oct. 1849; 
died suddenly at Peckham, 
CO. Surrey, aged 50, on 
Saturday, 24 Feb., bur. in 
Bromley Common Church- 
yard 28 Feb. 1900. 



Castel William Rawson, born on Tues- 
day, 1 1 March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Common, 4 May 1851; died 
at Chester 26 Feb., bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Common, 11 March 1858. 



Herbert Evelyn Rawson, born at Brom- 
ley Common 12 June, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common, n Julyi852. 



Henry Ernest= 
Rawson, born 
at Bromley 
Common 1 3 
April, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Com- 
mon, 3 June 
1854. 



=Minna Alice, 
dau. of W. 
Schwartz of 
Perth, Western 
Australia; mar- 
ried at Perth 
Cathedral on 
Wednesday, 2 5 
April 1894. 



Arthur George Ernest Rawson, 
born at Perth, AVestern Australia, 
4 October 1895, and bapt. there. 



John Sherard Rawson, born at Wellington, 
New Zealand, 30 May 1899, and bapt. at 
Upper Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand. 

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Emily Frances, born at Mill House, 
Sowerby, co. York, i April, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Sowerby, 22 September 
1815; marr. at Halifax Parish Church, 
CO. York (by the Ven'''' Archdeacon 
Musgrave, D.D., on Wednesday, i 
May 1844, the Rev. William Henry 
Empson (son of Amaziah Empson of 
Spellow Hill, Knaresborough, co. 
York); born 19 February 181 7; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and 
M.A. 1844; Vicar of Wellow, co. 
Hants. She died at Wellow Vicarage 
26 October, and was bur. at Wellow 
29 October 1857. =r= 

Henrietta, born at Mill House, 
Sowerby, 26 September 1816, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 5 August 
18 1 7 ; died at The Haugh End, 
Sowerby, on Friday, 13 May, bur. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 16 May 1882. 



Rev. Arthur Rawson of 
Common, co. Kent ; born at Mill 
House, Sowerby, 17 September 
1818, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, 5 September 1820; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1841, 
M.A. 1844 ; Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common ; died 
at Fallbarrow, Windermere, co. 
Westmoreland, on Wednesday, 18 
May, bur. at Windermere 22 May 
189 1. Will dated 28 May 1890, 
with codicil dated 13 February 
1 89 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 966, 91) 
25 September 1891, by Charlotte 
Elizabeth Rawson of Fallbarrow, 
the relict, and Sherard Rawson 
of Liverpool, the son, Frederick 
Gerald Selwyn Rawson of Thorpe 
in Sowerby, in the parish of 
Halifax, co. York, the nephew. 



Bromley=T=Charlotte 



Elizabeth, 
only dau. of Castel 
William Clay of 
Liverpool, by Elisa- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of Richard Crosbie 
Dawson ; born at 
Abercromby Square, 
Liverpool, 14 Au- 
gust 1830, bapt. at 
St. Philip's, Liver- 
pool (no record in 
Register) ; marr. at 
Alwalton, co. Hun- 
tingdon (by the Rev. 
PelhamFellowsClay, 
Rector of Chawleigh 
and Eggesford, co. 
Devon), on Saturday, 
21 October 1848. 



Charles Selwyn Rawson,= 
born at Bromley Com- 
mon 28 June, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley 
Common 24 August 1855. 



=Alice Anne, 4th dau. of James 
Duff Fife Cruickshank of 
The Hutt, Wellington, New 
Zealand ; born 14 December 
1869 ; marr. at Wellington on 
Wednesday, 11 April 1894. 



I 



Arthur John Selwyn Rawson, 
born at Wellington, New 
Zealand, 8 July 1895. 



Mary Sibdla, born at Bromley Com- 
mon, 24 December 1856, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley Common 8 
February 1857. 

Emily Frances, born at Bromley 
Common, 12 August, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common, 10 Oc- 
tober 1858. _ 

Charlotte Arabella, born at Bromley 
Common 19 April, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bromley Common, 24 June 
i860. 



Harriet Jennetta Elizabeth, born at Bromley 
Common on Thursday, 16 October, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley Conmion, 23 Novem- 
ber 1862 ; died 27 May, bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Common, 28 May 1870. 



John Sherard Rawson, born at Bromley 
Common on Sunday, 8 November, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley Common, 22 December 
1863 ; died at Bromley Common on Sunday, 
17 January, bur. at Holy Trinity, Bromley 
Common, 21 January 1864. 



en Beatrice, born at Bromley Common 
March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Bromley 



Ellen Beatrice, born at Bromley 
6 March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Common 30 April 1865. 



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Ethel, born at Bromley Common on Friday, 
27 July, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Bromley Com- 
mon, 23 September iS66; marr. at Bowness, 
Windermere, co. Westmoreland (by the Rev. 
Christopher Wright Rawson, Vicar of Brathay, 
and the Rev. Canon Stock, Rector of Win- 
dermere), on Thursday, 24 September 1896 ; 
Captain Archibald Thomas Carter, R.N. (2nd 
son of the Rev. Canon William Edward 
Dickson Carter, Rector of Sarsden, co. Ox- 
ford); died at his residence, Garnock House, 
Ryde, Isle of ^^'ight, aged 45, on Thursday, 
30 November, bur. in Ryde Cemetery 2 
December 1899. =r 

Sherard Rawson, born at Bromley Common 
19 November 1S6S, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Common, 14 February 1869. 



Frederick Edward Rawson of Thorpe, co. York ; born at MilL 
House, Sowerby, co. York, 25 July 182 1, bapt. there privately 
21 April 1S22; died at Thorpe, in his sSth year, on tnday, 
16 May, bur. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 21 May 1879. Will dated 
2 April 1S62, proved (Prin. Reg., 735, 79) 8 August 1879, by 
Harriet Susannah Rawson of Thorpe, co. York, the relict, 
William Henry Rawson of Mill House and John Rawson of 
Brockwell, both of Sowerby, co. York, the brothers, the Exors. 



y^. c. . w/T~ cui^^^mAT 



=Harriet Susannah, dau. of John 
Priestley of Thorpe, by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. of Colonel 
Thomas Lloyd of Kingthorpe 
House, CO. York; born at Thorpe 
5 December 1823 ; marr. at 
Halifax Parish Church, co. 
York, 12 October 1843. 



Frederick Gerald Selwyn Rawson=Dora, youngest dau. of John Hogarth of Wilson House, 
of Thorpe; born at Thorpe on I.indale, co. Westmoreland, by Margaret his wife; born at 

Mozergh, Selside, co. Westmoreland, 3 July, bapt. there 19 
July 1848 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London (by 
the Rev. Edward Brierley, Vicar of St. John the Divine, 
Thorpe, brother-in-law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John 
Davidson McCready, Curate of Holy Trinity, Marylebone), 
on Saturday, 9 October 1897. 



Sunday, 10 August, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Sowerby, on Sunday, 14 
September 185 1. 



Florence Harriet Marianne, 
born at Thorpe i February, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 
20 March 1853; died at 
Llandudno, co. Carnarvon, 
aged 8, on Monday, 21 
October, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, 25 October 1861. 



John Selwyn Rawson= 
of The Haugh End 
and Mill House, 
Sowerby ; born at 
Thorpe 20 March, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby 25 April 
1858. 



=Annie Constance, dau. of Rev. Philip 
Doyne Dwyer, M.A., sometime Rector 
of Ennis, co. Clare, and Canon of 
Killaloe, by Anne Stather his wife, dau. 
of Captain John Crowe of the 93rd 
Sutherland Highlanders ; born at Tulla, 
CO. Clare, 12 Aug., bapt. there 29 Nov. 
1862; marr. at St. John the Divine, 
Thorpe, on Wednesday, 6 June 1888. 



Constance Priestley, 
born at Whitewin- 
dows, Sowerby, 29 
March, bapt. at St. 
John the Divine, 
Thorpe, 14 May 
18S9. 



Frederic Philip Selwyn 
Rawson, born at White- 
windows, Sowerby, on 
Saturday, 14 March, 
bapt. at St. John the 
Divine, Thorpe, i 
May 1891. 



Dorothy Florence, 
born at The Haugh 
End, Sowerby, on 
Monday, 30 Jan., 
bapt. at St. John 
the Divine, Thorpe, 
27 March 1893. 



John Harry Selwyn Rawson, 
born at The Haugh End, 
Sowerby, on Tuesday, 19 
July, bapt. at St. John the 
Divine, Thorpe, 30 August 
1898 ; died a\The Haugh 
End, Sowerl% on Whit- 
Sunday, 21 May, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Sowerby, 24 
May 1899. 



J.S. 




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armttase of Jjlilnsbritige ^oxm anti 
^tort|)es Hall, to. ^orfe. 

Arms. — Gules, a lion's head erased between three cross-crosslets argent. 
Cresi. — A dexter arm embowed, couped at the shoulder, habited or, cuffed argent, 
holding in the hand proper a dagger gules, headed and pointed or. 
Motto. — Semper paratus. 



George Armitage of Nunthorpe and Milnsbridge House, = 
CO. York (eldest son of Joseph Armitage of Milnsbridge 
House, J. P. and D.L., by Anne his wife, eldest dau. of 
Joseph Taylor of Blackley Hall, co. Lancaster) ; born at 
Highroyd, Honley, co. York, 24 September 1806; J.P. 
and D.L. for West Riding, co. York ; died at Nunthorpe, 
in his 72nd year, on Tuesday, 19 February, bur. at Milns- 
bridge 23 February 1878. Will dated lo March 1873, 
with codicil dated 31 October 1873, proved at York 12 
March 1878, by Joseph Armitage Armitage of Woodfield, 
Edgerton, co. York, and the Rev. George Dowker 
Armitage of North Dalton, co. York, the sons, two of the 
Exors. 



Caroline Jane, eldest dau. of James 
Dowkerof North Dalton, East Riding, 
CO. York; born20 August 1809; marr. 
at North Dalton on Tuesday, 24 Au- 
gust 1830; died at Cliff Hill, Scar- 
borough, CO. York, aged 72, on 
Thursday, 16 March, bur. at Milns- 
bridge 20 March 1882. Will dated 8 
February 1882, proved at York 6 
April 1882, by the Rev. George 
Dowker Armitage of Broughton Ast- 
ley Rectory, co. Leicester, the son, 
one of the Exors. 

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Kate, born at Rashcliffe, Huddersfield, co. 
York, 3 July 1834; marr. at Milnsbridge i May 
1862, Rev. Henry Freer Radford (son of Henry 
Radford of Atherstone, co. Warwick); born 27 
March 1825; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1848, M.A. 1851 ; Rector of Broughton 
Astley, CO. Leicester. She died at Broughton 
Astley Rectory, aged 37, on Saturday, 18 May, 
bur. at Broughton Astley 21 May 1872. 

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Caroline Jane, born at Rashcliffe, Huddersfield, 
28 July 1835 J marr. at Milnsbridge 8 Sep- 
tember 1859, Rev. James Hope (son of Rev. 
John Hope, Rector of Southowram, co. York) ; 
born 23 June 1825 ; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 June 1844, aged 18, 
B.A. 1848, M.A. 1852; Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Halifax, co. York, 1862-81 ; Rector of Whalley 
Range, co. Lancaster, 1881 ; died at Whalley 
Range Rectory 18 May, bur. at Southowram 23 
May 1894. Will dated 15 May 1890, proved 
at Manchester 9 June 1894, by Caroline Jane 
Hope, the relict, and the Rev. George Aspinall, 
the Exors. nr 

Gertrude, born at Rashcliffe, Huddersfield, 15 
August 1836; marr. at Milnsbridge, George 
Buchanan of Keston Towers, co. Kent (31 d son 
of John Buchanan of Lisnamallard, co. Tyrone, 
by Mary Jane his wife, dau. of James Blacker of 
Dublin); born 21 May 1827; ^L Inst. C.E., 
F.R.G.S. ; died s.p. at Keston, co. Kent, aged 
70, on Monday, 7 June, bur. in St. Luke's 
Cemetery, Bickley, co. Kent, 11 June 1897. 



Joseph Armitage Armitage= 
of Milnsbridge House ; 
born at Edgerton Hill 23 
September 1840; educated 
at Rugby; J. P., formerly 
Lieutenant 2nd West York 
(Prince of Wales' Own) 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; died 
at Storthes Hall, co. York, 
aged 57, on Saturday, 2 
April 1898, and bur. at 
Kirkburton, co. York. 
Will dated 13 February 
1890, with two codicils 
dated respectively 30 April 
1891 and 9 June 1896, 
proved at Wakefield 30 
June 1898, by Julia Fran- 
ces Armitage and George 
Pollard Armitage, the 
Exors. 



=Julia Frances, dau. 
of George Pollard 
of Stannary Hall, 
Halifax, and of 
Hundhill, Ponte- 
fract, CO. York, and 
of Ashfield, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Glou- 
cester, by Clara 
his wife, dau. of 
James Royds of 
Woodlands, Hart- 
ford, CO. Chester ; 
born at Stannary 
Hall, Halifax ; marr. 
at Cheltenham 30 
January 1866. 



George Pollard Armitage of Storthes Hall, 
CO. York ; born at Newhouse, Huddersfield, 
on Easter Day, 21 April, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Huddersfield, 27 May 1S67 ; educated at 
Harrow and at Jesus College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1888. 



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Rev. George Dowker= 
Armitage, born at 
Edgerton Hill, co. 
York, on Saturday, 25 
October 1845; educa- 
ted at Rugby and at 
Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1S68, 
M.A. 1872 ; Vicar of 
North Dalton, co. 
York, 1875-78, Rector 
of Broughton Astley, 
CO. Leicester, since 
1878. 



=Matilda Constance, youngest 
dau. of Rev. Charles Benjamin 
Lowe, M.A., Rector of Tydd St. 
Mary, co. Lincoln ; born 1 2 
April 1851 ; marr. at Tydd St. 
Mary (by the Rev. Edward 
Henry Lowe, brother of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. John 
Herbert Jowitt, Vicar of Hol- 
beach St. Mark's, and the Rev. 
Walter James, Vicar of Holbeach 
St. Luke's) on Tuesday, 22 July 
1873- 



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Edith, born at Edgerton Hill 5 May 
1848; died 3 October, bur. at Milns- 
bridge, co. York, 3 November 1866. 



Frances Vernon, born at Egerton Hill 
10 October, bapt. at St. Paul's, Hud- 
dersfield, co.York, 25 November 1849; 
marr. at St. Martin's, Scarborough, 
CO. York (by the Rev. James Hope, 
Rector of Whalley Range, Manches- 
ter, assisted by the Rev. Charles 
George Foster), on Tuesday, 27 July 
1880, Lewis John Hobson (son of 
William Hobson) ; born at Eaton 
Socon, CO. Bedford, 4 April 1852, 
bapt. there 30 September 1855; M.D. 
Lond. 1882, M.B. (Honours) and 
B.S. 1875, F.RC.S. Eng. 1877. 



Julia Ethel, born at Newhouse, Huddersfield on Sunday, 15 January, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Huddersfield, 14 February 1871 ; marr. at Kirkburton, co. York, on Thursday, 24 July 1890, 
Thomas James Dyson (eldest son of George Dyson of Netherton, co. York, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of James Campey Laycock) ; born 12 December 1862. 



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j$oltiing of €ligbaston, 
to. Maartottfe. 



Robert Bolding of Birmingham^ 
(son of Robert Holding of 
Feckenham, co. Worcester) ; 
bapt. at Feckenham 12 June 
1757; died, aged 60, bur. at 
St. PhiHp's, Birmingham, 15 
April 18 16. Will dated 16 
February 18 1 6, proved (P.C.C, 
503 Wy>ine) 14 October 18 16, 
by Ann Holding, the relict, 
and Robert Holding, the son, 
the Exors. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Per 
bend, or and azure, a bend of eight fusils between 
two bowls, all counter-changed. 

Crest. — In front of a demi-sea-horse proper, a 
garb fessewise to the sinister or. 

Motto. — Sto pro veritate. 



=Ann, eldest dau. of 
^Villiam Stanton of 
Norton- juxta-Kemp- 
sey, CO. Worcester ; 
bapt. at Norton, co. 
Worcester, 25 Feb- 
ruary 1762 ; marr. at 
Norton-juxta- Kemp- 
sey 18 October 1787; 
died at Uanzy Green 
in the parish of 
Tanworth, co. War- 
wick, aged 76, bur. 
at Tanworth 3 1 
October 1837. 



Thomas Holding of Birmingham ; bapt. at Feckenham=f=Matilda Lyne Newman ; marr. Other 



29 June 1795; died, aged 40, 23 June, bur. in St. 
James' Churchyard, Ashted, co. Warwick, 27 June 
1836. M.I. Will dated 9 January 1832, with codicil 
dated 11 August 1834, proved (P.C.C, 4 Norwich) 19 
January 1837, by Matilda Lyne Holding, the relict, one 
of the Exors. 



at Harborne, co. Stafford, 12 issue. 
February 1822 ; died, in her 
77th year, on Friday, 4 De- 
cember, bur. in St. James' 
Churchyard, Ashted, 9 De- 
cember 1874. M.I. 



Matilda Ann, died an 
infant 25 April, bur. in 
St. James' Churchyard, 
Ashted, 29 April 1825. 



Thomas Holding, died, 
aged 3, 24 July, bur. in 
St. James' Churchyard, 
Ashted, 28 July 1827. 



John Stanton Bolding, 
born 1 1 September 
1825, bapt. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Birmingham, i 
April 1830 ; died 18 
September, bur. in St. 
James' Churchyard, Ash- 
ted, 23 September 1830. 



Esther Ann, born 
28 October 1826, 
bapt. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Birmingham, 
r April 1830; died 
16 August, bur. 
in St. James', 
Churchyard, Ash- 
ted, 22 August 
1830. 



George Frederick Bolding of= 
Edgbaston, CO. Warwick; born 
25 February, bapt. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Birmingham, i April 
1830; J.P.forCityof Birming- 
ham ; died at 224 Hagley 
Road, Birmingham, aged 70, 
on Tuesday, 28 August, bur. 
in St. Nicholas' Churchyard, 
King's Norton, co. Worcester, 
31 August 1900. 



=Mary Savage, dau. 
of John Robins of 
Dunsley Hall, in 
the parish of Kin- 
ver, CO. Stafford ; 
born at Dunsley 5 
March, bapt. at 
Kinver 27 March 
1835 ; marr. there 
9 July 1862. 




Elizabeth Lucy, born 27 June 1833; marr. James Beverley 
Hargreave of Edgbaston, co. Warwick; born 30 October 1822; 
died at Islington Row, Birmingham, aged 75, 25 September, bur. 
in Witton Cemetery, Aston, co. Warwick, 29 September 1897. 
M.I. Will dated 4 June 1896, proved at Birmingham 28 October 
1897, by James Hargreave and Charles Jarvis Moreton, the 
Exors. She died 17 May, and was bur. in Witton Cemetery, 
Aston, 20 May 1882. M.I. 



William Stanton Bolding, 
born 26 November 1835 ; 
died 17 November, bur. 
in St. James' Churchyard, 
Ashted, CO. Warwick, i 
December i88i. 



John Frederick Bolding, = 
born 29 June, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birmingham, 22 
July 1863. 



=Amelia Lucas, elder dau. of James Henry 
Mole of Birmingham; born 28 October, bapt. 
at Edgbaston Parish Church, co. Warwick, 30 
November 1863; marr. at St. James's, Edg- 
baston (by the Rev. William Edmund Ivens,the 
Vicar, and the Rev. Robert Raikes Needham), 
on Tuesday, 30 April 1889. 



Mary Beatrice, born 
27 May, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bor- 
desley, co. Warwick, 
15 June 1867. 



Mary, born at 14 Rotton Park Road, 
Birmingham, on Wednesday, 13 July, 
bapt. at St. James's, Edgbaston, 18 
August 1898. 




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HOLDING. 



JTreeman of l^ilicot iSartram, (o. (BUumttx. 



Arms. — Azure, three lozenges conjoined in fess or. 



William Freeman of Hidcot Bartram, co. Gloucester (only son of= 
John Freeman, by Mary his wife); bapt. at Mickleton, co. Gloucester, 
22 May 1747 ; died 6 February 181 7, bur. at Mickleton 13 February 
1817. M.I. Will dated 23 December 1815, with two codicils dated 
respectively 23 December 1815 and 24 December 1815, proved 
(P.C.C, 124 Effingham) 11 March 181 7, by William Coleman 
Russell and Edward Townsend Higgins, two of the Exors. 



^^^^^ oW^£/ma4x^ 



=Mary Eleanor, dau. of 
David Hughes Holland 
of Norton, co. Gloucester, 
by Mary Ashwin his wife ; 
bapt. atWeston-sub-Edge, 
CO. Gloucester, 19 April 
1763; marr. at Mickleton 
3 November 1789; died 
at Hidcot 3 March, bur. 
at Mickleton 8 March 
1821. M.I. Will dated 
30 May 1820, proved 
(P.C.C, 335 Matisfield) 
30 June 182 1, by Edward 
Townsend Higgins, the 
surviving Exor. 



Mary Anne, bapt. 
at Mickleton 3 
November 1790 ; 
died 29 July, bur. 
at Mickleton 2 
August 1795. 



Charles Freeman, 
bur. at Mickleton 
II April 1799. 



Thomas Freeman, 
bur. at Mickleton 
13 May 1799. 



Emilia Collis, bapt. at Mickleton 9 
November 1792; died 31 March, 
bur. at Mickleton 17 April 1808. 



Lucy, bapt. at Mickleton 1 2 February 
1794; marr. there 14 July 1812, 
Robert Cooper (son of Robert Cooper 
of Pebworth, co. Gloucester). She 
died at Pebworth i June, and was 
bur. there 6 June 1847. He marr. 
2ndly Sarah White, and died at St. 
Lawrence, Jersey, 13 November 1861. 



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John Freeman, bapt. at Mickleton 
16 April 1796; died at Hidcot 28 
March, bur. at Mickleton 3 April 
1811. M.L _ 

William Freeman of Hidcot; bapt. 
at Mickleton 20 December 1796; 
died at Chipping Campden, co. 
Gloucester, aged 76, on Wednesday, 
23 October, bur. at Mickleton 30 
October 1872. Adraon was granted 
at Gloucester 20 November 1872, 
to Mary Hannah Shekell Freeman 
of Campden, co. Gloucester, the 
niece, the residuary legatee. 



William Thomas Freeman, born at Beckford Hall, co.= 
Gloucester, 16 March 1840, and bapt. there privately 
the next day ; Captain 4th Regiment of Foot ; died at 
Beckford 4 December, bur. at Mickleton 9 December 
1882. M.I. and Memorial Window in Mickleton 
Church. Will dated 24 November 1882, proved at 
Gloucester i March 1883, by Mary Webb Freeman of 
Beckford, co. Gloucester, the relict, one of the Exors. 



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=Mary Webb, dau. of George Newton 
Swinson, by Mary Anne Morgan his 
wife; born 2 December 1838; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Bedminster, co. Somer- 
set, 12 October 1880; died at 37 
Cannon Street, Birmingham, 21 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Mickleton 26 Septem- 
ber 1885. Will dated 28 February 
1885, with codicil dated 5 September 
1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 930, 85) 11 
November 1885, by Samuel Morgan 
Swinson of Long Ashton, co. Somer- 
set, the brother, and Frederick 
Swinson of Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
the nephew, the Exors. 



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Charles Freeman, born= 
at Hidcot, co. Glouces- 
ter, bapt. there privately 
6 October 1800, received 
into the church at Mickle- 
ton, CO. Gloucester, 2 
August 1802; died at 
Chipping Campden,"co. 
Gloucester, 28 February, 
bur. at Mickleton 7 
March 1846. M.I. 



=Priscilla, 2nd dau. of Thomas Shekell, by Hannah his wife, dau. of 
James Hilton of Tarvin, co. Chester; born at Pebworth, co. Gloucester, 
28 January, bapt. there privately 31 January 1813 ; marr. at Pebworth 
13 June 1839; died at The Martins, Chipping Campden, 7 August, 
bur. in the Freeman vault in Mickleton Churchyard 12 August 1893. 
M.I. Will dated 30 July 1880, proved at Gloucester 4 December 
1893, by Mary Hannah Shekell Freeman, the Executrix. 

(See Pedigree of Shekell, Vol. 6, page 68.) 




John Martin Freeman, born at Chipping 
Campden, and bapt. there 13 December 1844; 
died, aged i year and 8 months, 28 March, bur. 
at Mickleton i April 1846. M.I. 



Mary Hannah Shekell, born at Beckford 
Hall 29 May 1842, bapt. privately the next 
day, and received into the church at 
Pebworth ; Lady of Hidcot Manor. 



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i^iDDlemore of Hatofeeslep, co. 

Wioxmux, ant) iSirming})am, 

CO. imartoicfe. 



Arms OK record in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Per chevron argent 
and sable, in chief two moorcocks of the 
last, Middlemore ; 2nd, Per pale dancettee, 
or and azure, Edgbaston ; 3rd, Sable, a 
hawk proper between three cinquefoils 
argent, Hawkeslow. 

Crest. — A moorcockin reedygrass proper. 

Motto. — Men desire loyalte. 



Richard Middlemore of Birmingham, = 
CO. Warwick, and The Davids, North- 
field, CO. Worcester (eldest son of John 
Middlemore of Stratford-on-Avon, co. 
Warwick, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Richard Middlemore of Hawkesley 
House (anciently Hawkeslow) in King's 
Norton, co. Worcester ; born at Strat- 
ford-on-Avon 21 March, bapt. there 
30 September 1778; died, aged 62, 
19 February, bur. at Northfield 26 
February 1841. M.I. Will dated 15 
November 1838, proved (P.C.C., 282, 
41) 17 April 1841, by William Middle- 
more, the son, one of the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, dau.of 
James Mucklow 
of Birmingham ; 
born in 1773 ; 
marr. at Aston, 
CO. Warwick, i 
April 1799; died 
2 February, bur. 
at Northfield 9 
February 1838. 
M.I. 




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George Middlemore, 
born I April 1800, 
bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 6 April 
1 80 1 ; died in infancy. 



William Middlemore of Birmingham and= 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, and of Hawkesley, co. 
Worcester; born 20 April, bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 30 September 1802 ; J. P. for 
the borough, now city, of Birmingham ; died 
at 38 Elvetham Road, Edgbaston, aged 84, 
on Saturday, 1 5 January, bur. in Birmingham 
General Cemetery 20 January 1887. Will 
dated 15 February 1884, with codicil dated 16 
January 1886, proved at Birmingham 26 Feb- 
ruary 1887, by Thomas Avery of Church 
Road, Edgbaston, and Joseph Beattie of 
Temple Row West, Birmingham, both in the 
county of Warwick, the Exors. 




=Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Groom of Edgbaston ; 
born in the Bull Ring, 
Birmingham, 31 January 
1808 ; marr. at Edgbas- 
ton 2 August 1832 ; died 
at 138 Hagley Road, 
Edgbaston, aged 84, on 
Thursday, 28 July, bur. 
in Birmingham General 
Cemetery 30 July 1892. 
Will dated 21 August 
1 89 1, proved at Birming- 
ham 12 August 1892, by 
Sarah Middlemore, the 
Executrix. 



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Mary, born 26 Elizabeth, born 27 August 1834, bapt. at Circus Street Chapel, Birmingham, 

June 1833; died 24 November 1850; marr. at Wycliffe Chapel, Bristol Road, Edgbaston, 

9 April, bur. 2 August 1865, Thomas Saunders Bartleet of Birmingham and Edgbaston 

in Birmingham (son of William Bartleet of The Shrubbery, Redditch, co. Worcester) ; bom 

General Ceme- at Redditch 2 March 1829, bapt. there 27 January 1832; died at his 

tery 15 April residence, 138 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, aged 61, on Thursday, 16 October, 

1844, bur. at Edgbaston 18 October 1890. =j= 

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Richard Middlemore of Bristol Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick; born 12 Oc- 
tober 1804, bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 15 April 1805; L.S.A. 
1825, M.R.C.S. 1827, Hon. F.R.C.S. 
1843 ; died unmarried at his residence, 
The Limes, Bristol Road, aged 86, on 
Sunday, i March, bur. at Northfield, 
CO. Worcester, 7 March 1891. Will 
dated 18 December 1889, proved at 
Birmingham i May 1891, by Thomas 
Middlemore of Birmingham, the 
nephew, and David Charles Lloyd 
Owen of Birmingham, the Exors. 



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James Middlemore of Grififin's= 
Hill, in the parish of Selly Oak, 
CO. Worcester ; born 4 October 
1807, bapt. at St. Mary's, Selly 
Oak, as James Littleton Middle- 
more, 19 April 1863 ; died s.p. at 
Griffin's Hill, Selly Oak, aged 83, 
on Wednesday, 23 September, 
bur. at Northfield, co. Worcester, 
28 September 1891. Will dated 
I May 1 89 1, proved at Worcester 
16 November 1891, by Osmund 
Aity of The Laurels, Solihull, co. 
Warwick, and Thomas Horton of 
Birmingham, the Eicors. 



K/7l^u/&''--'~<>'i.uC>. 



=Sarah Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Groom of 
Edgbaston ; born 
at Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, 20 June 
1806, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Selly Oak, 
30 November 1862; 
marr. at Edgbaston 
Parish Church 4 
September 1834 ; 
died s.p. at Griffin's 
Hill, Selly Oak, 
aged 71, on Mon- 
day, 19 November, 
bur. at Northfield 
23 November 1877. 



William Middlemore, born 13 November 1835 ; 
died 2 January, bur. in Birmingham General 
Cemetery 6 January 1841. 



Sarah, born 7 January 1837, bapt. at Circus 
Street Chapel, Birmingham, 24 November 1850. 



Richard Middlemore, born at Edgbaston 
I July 1839; died i January, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 4 January 1890. 
Adfnon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 3 May 1890, to Thomas Middle- 
more of Holloway Head, Birmingham, the 
brother, one of the next of kin. 



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Agnes, born 13 February 1838, bapt. at Circus 
Street Chapel, Birmingham, 24 November 1850 ; 
died 28 September, bur. in Birmingham General 
Cemetery 3 October 1855. 



James Middlemore, born 7 December 
1840, and bapt. at Llanfair Ynghornwy, 
CO. Anglesey. 



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Thomas Middlemore= 
of Hawkesley, co. 
^Vorcester, and of 
Melsetter, Orkney, 
formerly of Birming- 
ham ; born at Edg- 
baston 1 1 February 
1842, bapt. at North- 
field 26 June 1870 ; 
B. A. of London 1875, 
J.P. for CO. Worcester 
1896, Lieutenant ist 
Warwickshire Rifle 
Volunteers 1866. 



=Theodosia Anderson, dau. of Hugh Mackay of Kin- Emily Anne, 

lochbervie House, and Sandwood, co. Sutherland, J.P. born 19 April 

for CO. Sutherland; born 13 March 1861, and bapt. at 1843; died 12 

Kinlochbervie ; marr. at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, August, bur. 

London (by the Rev. James Samuel Pollock, Incumbent in Birmingham 

of St. Alban's, Birmingham, assisted by the Rev. General Ceme- 

Henry White, Chaplain of the Savoy), on Tuesday, tery 16 August 

II October 1881. 1856. 



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Marian, dau. of Richard= 
Bagnall of Severn Bank, 
CO. Worcester, J. P. for 
the counties of Worces- 
ter and Stafford ; born 
10 April 1855 ; marr. 
at Severn Stoke, co. 
Worcester, 2 5 April 
1878; died 21 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Northfield, 
CO. Worcester, 25 No- 
vember 1879. ist wife. 



=John Throgmorton Middlemore of Brookfield,= 
Belbroughton, co. Worcester, formerly of Selly 
Oak, CO. Worcester; born at Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, 9 June 1844, bapt. at the congrega- 
tional chapel, Portland, Maine, U.S.A., in 
1867; J. P. for CO. Worcester and for Bir- 
mingham, Town Councillor for the City of 
Birmingham 1883-92, M.P. for North 
Birmingham since 1899. 



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l^MltdjuoA^ . 



Marian Bagnall, borh at Edgbaston on 
Saturday, 8 November 1879, bapt. at 
Selly Oak 6 November 1881 ; died 13 
May, bur. at Selly Oak 17 May 1886. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas 
Price, M.A., Vicar of 
Claverdon, co. War- 
wick, formerly Vicar 
of Selly Oak; born 13 
July, bapt. at Selly 
Oak 7 Sept. 1862 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Selly Oak (by the 
Vicar, assisted by the 
Rev. Albert Richard 
Vardy and the Rev. 
Clement Price), on 
Thursday, 29 Dec. 
1881. 2nd wife. 



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Mary Evangeline, 
born I November, 
bapt. at Selly Oak 
26 December 1882. 



Sarah Dorothea, 
born 1 2 October, 
bapt. at Selly Oak 
30 November 1883. 



Emily Christabel, born 12 March, 
bapt. at Selly Oak 17 May 1885. 



Margaret Amphilis de Edgbaston, born 
22 July, bapt. at Selly Oak 28 August 
1887 ; died 14 September, bur. at 
Belbroughton 16 September 1893. 



Katherine Joyce, born 30 April bapt. 
at Selly Oak 30 June 1889; died 28 
February, bur. at Belbroughton 2 
March 1895. 



Amphilis Throckmorton, born 14 
April, bapt. at Selly Oak i 
November 1891. 



Barbara Carola, born 1 4 July, bapt. 
at Belbroughton 25 September 
1895. _ 

Merell Philippa, born at St. 
Philip's Rectory, Birmingham, 5 
July, bapt. at St. Philip's, Bir- 
mingham, 31 July 1898. 



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Alice, born 24 December 
1845; died 12 April, bur. 
in Birmingham General 
Cemetery 15 April 1846. 



Robert Littleton Middle- 
more, born 13 May 1847; 
died 24 December, bur. 
in Birmingham General 
Cemetery 29 December 
1851. 



Samuel George Chetwynd Middlemore= 
of Great Malvern, co. Worcester ; born 
16 November 1848, bapt. at Chelsea, 
London, 6 December 1886; of Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 13 Oc- 
tober 1866, aged 17; died s.p. at the 
Hotel Bristol, Rome, aged 41, on 
Monday, 27 January 1890, and bur. in 
San Lorenzo Cemetery. Will dated 1 9 
July 1889, proved at Worcester 30 April 
iSgo, by Osmund Airy of The Laurels, 
Solihull, CO. Warwick, and Thomas 
Horton of Birmingham, the Exors. 



^CUu. ^.0. MzcfMs.u^^4r>^ 



=Maria Trinidad Howard, 
dau. of Henry Parkman 
Sturgis, Consul from the 
United State of Manilla; 
marr. at the Palazzo Vec- 
chio, Florence, Italy, on 
Monday, 18 April 1881, 
and afterwards by the Rev. 
Gavin Langmuir at the 
American Church ; died 
at Sunnyside, Malvern, on 
Tuesday, 1 1 February, bur. 
in the cemetery at Great 
Malvern 14 February 1890. 
Admon was granted at 
Worcester 9 October 1890, 
to Thomas Horton of 18 
New Hall Street, Birming- 
ham, the Attorney of 
Frederic Russell Sturgis, 
M.D., the brother, and 
only next of kin. 



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Arms oil record in the College of Arms. — 
Or, a chevron between three leopards' faces 
sable. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or an 
eagle displayed gules. 

Motto. — Facie tenus. 



lilijeler of leamtngton 
JIastings, to. Maartoira. 



Sir Trevor Wheler of Leamington Hastings,= 
CO. Warwick, 8th Bart, (eldest son of the 
Rev. Sir Charles Wheler, 7th Bart., Vicar of 
Leamington Hastings and Prebendary of York, 
by Lucy his wife dau. and eventually coheiress 
of the Hon"= Sir John Strange, Master of the 
Rolls, by Susanna his wife, dau. and coheiress 
of Edward Strong of Greenwich, co. Kent) ; 
bapt. at Leamington Hastings 23 June 1763; of 
the Hon"'' East India Co.'s Service, Colonel of 
the Warwickshire Militia; succeeded his father 
as 8th Bart. 12 July 1821; died at Wood- 
seat, CO. Stafford, 4 February 1830, and 
bur. at Rocester, co. Stafford. Will dated 
4 March 1826, with two codicils dated 
respectively 4 November 1826 and 14 April 
1828, proved (P.C.C, 221 Beard) 15 March 
1830, by Sir Trevor Wheler, Bart., the son, 
and Harriet Wheler, the daughter, two of the 
Exors. 



^Harriet, dau. 
of Richard 
Beresford of 
Ashbourne, CO. 
Derby ; died 
at Crakemarsh 
Hall, CO. Staf- 
ford, 9 Au- 
gust 1806, bur. 
at Leaming- 
ton Hastings 
{tio record in 
Register). 





Lucy, only dau. = 
of George Dan- 
dridge of The 
Commandery, 
Worcester, by 
Jane his wife, 
2nd dau. of 
the Rev. Sir 
Charles Whe- 
ler, 7th Bart. ; 
born 7 Dec. 
1796; marr. at 
Great Harlow, 
CO. Bucking- 
ham, 15 Octo- 
ber 1 8 1 7 ; died 
25 April bur. 
at Leamington 
Hastings 30 
April 1859. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Trevor Wheler of Leamington Hastings,= 
9th Bart. ; born at Charlton, co. Berks, 20 
December 1792, bapt. there 7 February 1793 ; 
Major 1 6th Lancers, Lieut.-Colonel North 
DevonYeomanry, served throughout the Penin- 
sular War, including Waterloo ; diedat Limerick 
House, Milverton, co. Warwick, aged 76, on 
Monday, 6 September, bur. in the family vault 
at Leamington Hastings on Friday, 10 Septem- 
beri869. M.L Will dated 8 February 1865, with 
three codicils dated respectively 14 December 
1865, 7 June 1866, and 29 December 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 678, 69) 8 October 1869, 
by George Hume of 1 7 Dorset Square, co. Mid- 
dlese.v, and George Boughton Hume of 10 Great 
James' Street, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 




=Frances, dau. of Rev. William Carus- 
Wilson of Casterton Hall, co. West- 
moreland, B.A., Vicar of Maryland, 
CO. Essex, and Governor of St. Bartho- 
lomew's Hospital, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Major-General Charles 
Neville, R.A.); marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. 
Charles Carus-Wilson, brother of the 
bride) on Thursday, 14 Dec. 1865. 
She marr. istly, as his 2nd wife, the 
Rev. Jocelyn \\'illey of Camblesforth 
Hall, CO. York, and Limerick House, 
Milverton, co. Warwick, where he 
died s.p., aged 55, 26 Aug. 1863, and 
wasbur. at Old Milverton. 1\LL She 
died s.p. at Limerick House, Milver- 
ton, on Sunday, 6 Oct., and was bur. 
at Old Milverton 10 Oct. 1872. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



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Harriet, born at Charlton, 
CO. Berks, 20 September, 
bapt. there 15 October 
1794; died unmarried at 
Leamington Spa, co. War- 
wick, aged 52, 14 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Leamington 
Hastings, co. Warwick, 18 
September 1846. M.I. 



Lucy, born at Charlton i February, bapt. there 18 March 1796; 
marr. at Rocester, co. Stafford, 15 May 1828, James Molony of 
Kiltanon, co. Clare (eldest son of James Molony of Kiltanon, 
High Sheriff for co. Clare 1S02, by Selina his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. John Mills, Rector of Barford, co. Warwick); born 18 August 
1785. He marr. istly 17 February 1820, Harriet, dau. of William 
Harding of Baraset, co. Warwick, by Harriet his wife ; bapt. at 
Hampton Lucy, co. Warwick, 21 November 1796; died 8 October 
1826; by whom he had issue. He died at Leamington 7 July 
1874, and bur. in Tulla Churchyard. She died at Kiltanon on 
Monday, 14 May, and was bur. at Tulla, co. Clare, 20 May 1855. 

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Trevor Wheler, born at Clonmel, co. Tipperary, 
in 181S, and bapt. there; died in 18 19, and 
bur. at Clonmel. 

Lucy Penelope, born 31 January, bapt. at the 
English Chapel, Kenfield Street, Glasgow, 26 
February 1826; marr. at Little Torrington, co. 
Devon (by the Rev. Henry Trevor Wheler), 
12 January 1854, Pierce Wynne Yorke of 
Duffryn Aled, co. Denbigh (son of Pierce 
Wynne Yorke, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Sir William Bulkeley Hughes of Plascock, co. 
Anglesea) ; born at Chester 30 January, bapt. 
at Llanarmon, co. Denbigh, 6 April 1S26; 
High Sheriff for co. Denbigh 1853; died s.p. 
at 49 Morrab Road, Penzance, co. Cornwall, 
1 1 December, bur. in the cemetery at Chester 
15 December 1891. 



Jane, born at Christchurch, co. Hants, 25 
September, bapt. at Christchurch Parish 
Church 21 October 1828; marr. at Little 
Torrington (by the Rev. Hervey Wilmot- 
Sitwell, cousin to the bride) on Thursday, 
26 June 1856, Edward William Brydges 
Willyams (2nd son of Humphrey Willyams 
of Carnanton, co. Cornwall, by Ellen Frances 
his wife youngest dau. of Colonel William 
Brydges Neynoe of Castle Neynoe, co. Sligo) ; 
born 6 November 1834; J. P., D.L., and 
Deputy Warden of the Stannaries, formerly 
Major Duke of Cornwall's Rifle Volunteers, 
M.P. for Truro 1857-59 and 1880, and for 
East Cornwall 1868-74. She died s.p. 2 
March, and was bur. at St. Mawgan's in 
Pydar, co. Cornwall, 6 March 1877. 



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Anna Maria, born at Charlton, co. Berks, i8 
September 1797, and bapt. there privately the 
same day; died unmarried at 2 Clarendon Place, 
Leamington Priors, co. Warwick, in her 84th 
year, on Friday, 15 October, bur. at Leamington 
Hastings, co. Warwick, 21 October 1880. M.L 



Charlotte Theresa, born at Leamington 
Hastings 8 April, bapt. there 28 May 1800 ; 
died at 2 Clarendon Place, Leamington 
Priors, and bur. in Leamington Hastings 
Churchyard 2 March 1866. 



Colonel Sir Trevor Wheler, i ith Bart. ; born at Muttra,= 
North- West India, 12 March 1828; Colonel Bengal 
Staff Corps, served in Sutlej Campaign 1846 (medal 
with clasp), Burmese War 1852-53 (medal with clasp), 
Oudh 1863, Umbeliza Expedition (medal with clasp), 
Bhootan Expedition 1863; succeeded his father as 
nth Bart. 4 April 1878; died at Charlcot, Lans- 
down, Bath, co. Somerset, aged 71, on Wednesday, 
10 January, bur. at Leamington Hastings 15 January 
1900. Adinon granted in the Principal Registry 
22 January 1900, to Major Sir Edward Wheler of 
Leamington Hastings, co. Warwick, Bart., the son 
and only next of kin. 



=Cordelia MaryJane, 
dau. of Major John 
A. Scott of the Ben- 
gal Cavalry ; marr. 
at Simla, India, 21 
June 1852 ; died 
at Ealing, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Monday, 
15 May, bur. at 
Leamington Has- 
tings 20 May 1893. 



Harriet Anne, born 
at Simla, India, 24 
July 1829 ; marr. 
at JuUundar, India, 
7 August 1849, 
James George Al- 
lerton Kemp, M.B., 
of the Hon'''^ East 
India Co.'s Service, 
who died at sea 
II May 1858. 



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Trevor Francis Wheler, died at Calcutta, 
India, 21 May 1857. 



Dorothy Kathleen, born in London on 
Tuesday, 7 January 1879; died at Wel- 
lington House, Wellington Crescent, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, aged 4 years and 
2 months, on Tuesday, 20 March, bur. 
at Leamington Hastings 22 March 1883. 



Sir Edward Wheler, i2th= 
Bart. ; born at Thyatmew, 
Burmah, 5 December 
1857 ; Major and 2nd in 
command 2nd Battalion 
Royal Sussex Regiment, 
Adjutant i September 
1880 to 31 August 1887. 



=Mary Leontine, youngest 
dau. of Sir Richard 
Wood, C.B., G.C.M.G., 
by Christina his wife, 
dau. of Sir William Dun- 
can Godfrey, 3rd Bart., 
of Kilcoleman Abbey, co. 
Kerry ; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, 4 July 1883. 



Feridah Audrey Mary, 
born at Tunis, Algeria, 
15 September 1885, and 
bapt. there. 



Cordelia Edm^ Laura, born at 
Nice, France, on Thursday, 17 
November 1 88 7, and bapt. at the 
Cathedral of Notre Dame, Nice. 



Trevor Wood ^Vheler, born at 
Manchester on Friday, 20 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Chrysostoni's, 
Manchester, 27 October 18S9. 



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Caroline, dau. of= 
the Rev. W. 
Palmer ; marr. 
at Nussecrabad, 
East India, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1827; died 
at Leamington 
Priors, co. War- 
wick, aged 28, 
13 January, bur. 
in Leamington 
Priors Church- 
yard 18 January 
1833. M.L 1st 
wife. 



=Lieut. -General Sir Francis Wheler,= 
loth Bart., K.C.B; born at Crake- 
marsh Hall, CO. Stafford, 9 November 
1801 ; Lieut.-General Bengal Army, 
served in Bundlecund 1821-22, in 
Afghanistan 1839-40, in the Punjab 
1848-49, and in Indian Mutiny 
1858-59, Knight of the Dooraine 
Order ; died at The Roccles, Syden- 
ham, CO. Kent, aged 77, on Thurs- 
day, 4 April, bur. at Leamington 
Hastings, co. Warwick, 11 April 1878. 
M.I. Will dated 30 April 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 457, 78) 23 May 
1878, by Dame Elizabeth Wheler of 
The Roccles, co. Kent, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 




=EIizabeth,dau. of 
William Bishop 
of Grey's Wood, 
CO. Surrey, by 
Harriet Saunders 
his wife ; born 2 
February 1820 ; 
marr. in India 16 
November 1841 ; 
died at South 
Lawn, Hesketh 
Park, Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, 
aged 80, on Fri- 
day, 16 March, 
bur. at Leaming- 
ton Hastings 21 
March 1900. 2nd 
wife. 



Agnes, bapt. at 
Crakemarsh Hall, 
29 June 1805; died 
at 2 Clarendon 
Place, Leamington 
Priors, 1 October, 
bur. in Leamington 
Hastings Church- 
yard 7 October 
1879. Will dated 
24 March 1879, 
with codicil dated 
i6july 1 879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1042, 
79) 16 December 
1879, by George 
Boughton Hume of 
10 Great James' 
Street, co. Middle- 
sex, one of the 
Exors. 



Henry Wheler, 
born at Ba- 
reilly, India, in 
1842, and died 
in infancy. 

Emily, born 
at Segowlee, 
India, in 1844, 
and died in 
infancy. 

FrancisWheler, 
born at Segow- 
lee 26 Feb., and 
died 4 Oct. 
1845- ., 



Lieut.-Colonel Francis^ 
Henry Wheler, born at 
Lahore, India, 3 July 
1848, bapt. at Mussoo- 
rie, India, 21 April 
1849 ; Captain 8ist 
(Lincolnshire) Regi- 
ment, served in Afghan 
War 1878-79, at the 
Capture of Ali Musjid 
(medal with clasp). 



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:.SarahJane, dau. 
of John Highett 
of Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, and 
Highton, Vic- 
toria, Australia, 
J. P. and D.L., 
by Sarah Moore 
his wife ; marr. 
at the Chapel 
Royal, Savoy, 
London (by the 
Rev. Henry 
White, M.A., 
Chaplain of the 
Savoy and Chap- 
lain in Ordinary 
to the Queen, 
assisted by the 
Rev. William 
Peter Pearce, 
M.A.), on Wed- 
nesday, 22 April 
1885. 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles= 
Stuart Wheler, born at 
Hoshiapoor, India, 25 
Aug. 185 1 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Indian Staff 
Corps, served in Egyp- 
tian Expedition 1882, 
at the Battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir (medal with 
clasp and bronze star), 
on the North-West 
Frontier of India 
1 897-98, in the opera- 
tions on the Samana 
and in the Kurram 
Valley during Aug. 
and Sept. 1897 (medal 
with two clasps), in 
the Tirah Campaign 
1897-98 (clasp). 



= Alice Lilian, 
dau. of Colo- 
nel James 
SpenceOgil- 
vie of the 
Bengal Staff 
Corps, by 
Minnie Jelli- 
coe his wife; 
married at 
Mean Mear, 
India, 25 
April 1876. 



Doris Laura, born 
at Preston, co. Lan- 
caster, 3 March, 
bapt. at St. Michael 
and all Angels', 
West Kensington, 
London, 7 July 
1886. 



TrevorWheler, born 
at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 16 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. 
John the Baptist's, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, 
24 October 1888. 



Francis Glynne 
Wheler, born at 
Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, 8 August, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Wimble- 
don, 9 October 
1891. 



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Aubrey Stuart Wheler, born at 
Cawnpore, India, 15 April 
1877, and bapt. there. 

Dorothy, born at Sitapore, 
India, 8 February 1879, and 
bapt. there. 




Broatilej> of CJ)e IB^napp, iSralipoIe, 

to. Borset. 



Anns. — Or, a chevron chequy, ermine and gules, between IhreS 

crosses patee fitchee sable. 
Crest. — A cross patee fitchee sable, within a chaplet of roses gules. 
Motto. — Honor post funera vivit; 



Rev. Robert Broadley (4th son of Peter Broadley of Kirkheaton, co. Vork,= 
and afterwards of Southwark and Kennington, co. Surrey, J.P., by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. Richard Wy brants, M. A., Curate Of St. Audoen's, 
Dublin); born at Southwark 4 Januaryj bapt. at St. Saviour's, Southwark; 
14 March 1777; educated at Merchant Taylors' School 1784-94, and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated i July 1794, aged 17, B.A. 
and Fellow 1798, M.A. 1819; Tutor to the two sons of the Earl 
of Ilchester; presented by his father to the Rectory of Tooting 
Graveney, co. Surrey, 12 January 1801, exchanged with the Rev. John 
Ravenhill, D.D., 24 January 1805, for the Rectory of Cattistock, co. 
Dorset, which he held till his death ; Rector of West Grinstead, co. 
Wilts, 22 June 1815-17, Vicar of Stinsford, co. Dorset, 10 June 1820-23, 
Rector of Melbury Stampford and Melbury Osmund, co, Dorset, 17 May 
1823-29, Rector of Bridport, co. Dorset, on the presentation of the Earl 
of Ilchester, 21 October 1829 till his death; died at Bridport Rectory, 
aged 75, 25 April, bur. at Bridport i May 1851. Memorial window in 
side chapel of Bridport Church erected by the parishioners in 1852, and 
the whole side chapel restored to his memory by his grandson, Alexander 
Meyrick Broadley, in 1900. 




Ann, dau. of Rev. 
William Hayes, 
M. A., Minor Canon 
of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, London, and 
grand-daughter of 
William Hayes, 
Mus.U., of Glou- 
cester and Oxford ; 
born 26 July, bapt. 
at St. Gregory by 
St. Paul, London, 
21 August 1777 ; 
marr. by special 
licence at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton, London (by 
the Rev. Wil- 
liam Hayes, Minor 
Canon of St. Paul's, 
brother of the bride), 
I July 1800; died 
at Bridport, aged 
82, 20 April, bur. 
at Bridport 25 April 
1859. 

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Rev. Robert Broadley, born at 
Tooting, CO. Surrey, 5 April, 
bapt. there 10 May 1801 ; 
educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School 1810-19, and at Mag- 
dalen Hall, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 2 July 1819 ; Perpetual 
Curate of Swinton, Manchester, 
1833 till his death; marr. at 
Manchester in June 1829, 
Arria, dau. of William Wimpory 
of Manchester, who died 27 
December 1863, and was bur. 
at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 2 
January 1864. He died at 
Albion Terrace, St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 2 March, and was 
bur. at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
7 March 1864. Adirion was 
grantedatExeterisMarch 1864, 
to the Rev. Alexander Broadley 
of Bradpole, co. Dorset, the 
brother, one of the next of kin. 



Richard Wybrants 
Broadley, born 2 
July, bapt. at 
Tooting 2 7 July 
1802 ; died 7 
January, bur. at 
Lydd, CO. Kent, 1 4 
January 1830. 



Peter Broadley, 
born 22 January, 
bapt. at Tooting 
26 February 1804; 
died I December, 
bur. at Melbury 
7 December 1823. 



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Ann, born at Cattistock 9 October 1805, 
bapt. there 2 January i8o6 ; marr. at 
Bridport 23 July 1829, Shering Keddle 
of Bridport (son of John Keddle of 
Hatchlands, near Netherbury, co. Dor- 
set) ; died at Hatchlands 6 November, 
bur. at Netherbury 12 November 1861. 
Will dated 2 July 1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 701, 61) 4 December 1861, by 
Anne Keddle of Hatchlands, co. Dorset, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. She died 
at the residence of her son-in-law, the 
Rev. Robert Frederick Willis, Vicar of 
Chillington, co. Somerset, at Crewkerne, 
CO. Somerset, on Sunday, 23 June, and 
was bur. at Netherbury 27 June 1S78. 
Will dated 18 October 187 1, with two 
codicils dated respectively 12 October 
1874, and 18 ^^ay 1S7S, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 656, 78) 8 August 1878, by John 
James Martin of Sherborne, co. Dorset, 
the sole Exor. =?= 



Rev. William Broadley,= 
born at Cattistock, co. 
Dorset, 3 1 January, bapt. 
there 23 June 1807 ; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 7 December 
1825, aged 18; Chaplain 
in Jamaica 1S32, Per- 
petual Curate of Cury 
andGunwalloe, co. Corn- 
wall, 1846, Perpetual 
Curate of Carnmenellis, 
CO. Cornwall, 1849-55; 
died at Carnmenellis 28 
November, bur. in the 
church at Carnmenellis 
(by the Rev. Robert Ait- 
ken, Vicar of Pendeen, 
CO. Cornwall) 4 Decem- 
ber 1 85 5. Will dated i 
February 1849, proved 
(P.C.C, 4, 56) I January 
1 856, by Maria Charlotte 
Broadley, the relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Maria Charlotte Sin- 
clair, dau. of S. Moore 
of Coleraine, co. 
Derry ; born at Cole- 
raine 10 January 1807; 
marr. in Jamaica, West 
Indies, 15 August 
1833; died at Tran- 
quilla Cottage, Carn- 
menellis, aged 77, 12 
March, bur. in the 
church at Carnmenel- 
lis in the same grave 
as her husband 16 
March 1882. Will 
dated 22 January 
18S2, proved at Bod- 
min 24 April 1882, 
by the Rev. Alexander 
Broadley of Bradpole 
Vicarage, co. Dorset, 
Canon of Salisbury, 
the sole Exor. 



Philip Broadley, born at Cattistock 4 June, 
bapt. there 10 October 1808 ; died 8 July, bur. 
in St. Saviour's Churchyard, Southwark, co. Sur- 
rey, 10 July 1S33. _ 

Alfred Broadley, born at Cattistock 32 Decem- 
ber 1809, bapt. there 19 March 18 10; marr. 
Ellen Gillings ; died 2 1 May, bur. at Ballary, 
East Indies, 22 May 1844. 

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Sarah, born at Cattistock 16 June, bapt. there 
29 July 181 1 ; marr. at Bridport, co. Dorset, i 
February 1840, Charles Sholl, Controller of 
H.M. Customs at Bridport ; born at Truro, co. 
Cornwall, 8 September 1 795 ; died at Alverton, 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, 29 November, bur. 
in the cemetery there 4 December 1870. M.I. 
Will dated 19 October 1866, proved at Exeter 
22 December 1870, by Sarah Sholl of Mount 
Radford, co. Devon, the relict, and George 
Hertzel of Exeter, the Exors. She died at 
Dawlish, co. Devon, aged 86, on Saturday, 18 
December, and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Dawlish 21 December 1897. M.I. 



Alexander Meyrick Broadley of The Knapp, Bradpole, co. Dorset ; born at The Vicarage, 
Bradpole, 19 July 1847, bapt. there privately the same day; educated at Warminster and at 
Marlborough Grammar School; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 16 November 1866, called to the Bar 
7 June 1869; Advocate at the Consular Court at Tunis 1872, Special Correspondent of "The 
Times" 1880-82, Senior Counsel for Arabi Pacha at the Court Martial at Cairo in December 
1882, Avocat Defenseur at the French Bar by degree of President of the French Republic dated 
19 July 1883, and subsequently Legal Adviser to H.H. Ismail Pacha of Egypt; Author of 
"The Last Punic War, Tunis, Past and Present," 1882, "How we defended Arabi," 1883, and 
various other works. 



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Mary, born at Cattistock, co. 
Dorset, 31 December 181 2, bapt. 
there 31 January 1813 ; marr. 
at Bridport, co. Dorset, 1 1 May 
1830, George Symes of Bridport 
(son of John Symes of Plymouth, 
CO. Devon); born in 1799; edu- 
cated at Edinburgh, M.D. Edin. 
182 1 ; died at Bridport, aged 80, 
5 August, bur. there 10 August 
1879. She died at Bridport 28 
August, and was bur. there 2 
September 1881. Adfnon was 
granted at Blandford i November 
1 88 1, to George Broadley Symes 
of 5 Moorgate Street, in the City 
of London, the son, one of the 
next of kin. =j= 



Rev. Alexander Broadley, born at Cattistock^ 
17 December 1814, bapt. there 16 January 
181 5; educated at Dorchester Grammar 
School and at Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 June 1832, aged 18, B.A. 
1836, M.A. 1839 ; Curate of Bridport 
1838-44, Perpetual Curate of Walditch, 
CO. Dorset, 2 December 1839-44, Vicar of 
Bradpole, co. Dorset, March 1844 till his 
death. Canon of Winterbourne Earls in 
Salisbury Cathedral 1S62; died 3 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Bradpole 7 December 1893. 
Will dated 29 October 1864, proved at 
Blandford 10 February 1894, by Frances 
Jane Broadley, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



6^, 




^cCcotj 



:Frances Jane, 
youngerdau.of 
Thomas Mey- 
rick of Bush, 
CO. Pembroke, 
by Jane his 
2nd wife, dau. 
of William 
Soulsby, Page 
of Honour to 
George IV. ; 
marr. at Brid- 
port 20 No- 
vember 1845. 



Robert Broadley of Elleray,^Eveline Augusta, youngest dau. of Thomas Longman of Earl's 



Putney, co. Surrey ; born 
at Bradpole 8 October, 
bapt. there 5 November 
1848. 



Terrace, Kensington, London ; marr. at All Souls', Langham 
Place, London (by the father of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. William Hayes, M.A., Chaplain of St. Catherine's, Regent's 
Park, London), on Thursday, 2 October 1879. 



Eveline Frances, born at Vera May, born at 24 Robert Alexander Longman Broadley, 

Eastbourne, CO. Sussex, on Clanricarde Gardens, born at Elleray, Putney, on Saturday, S 

Tuesday, 24 August, bapt. London, on Monday, 14 March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, West Hill, 

at Holy Trinity, East- May, bapt. at Holy Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 19 April 1SS4 ; 

bourne, 13 September Trinity, Bradpole, iS educated at Harrow and with private 

1880. August 18S2. tutors. 



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Sophia, born Elizabeth, born at Cattistock 9 November, bapt. there 24 December 1818; marr. 

at Cattistock, at Bridport 22 September 1846, the Rev. Frank Newington (5th son of Charles 

CO. Dorset, 29 Newington of The Highlands, Ticehurst, co. Sussex, by Eliza Hayes his wife, 

Sept., bapt. sister of Ann Broadley); bapt. at Ticehurst 5 October 1820; ofSt. John's College, 

there 6 Oct. 0.xford, matriculated 30 June 1841, B.A. 1845 ; Perpetual Curate of Wool, co. 

1816 ; died Dorset, 1860-73, Vicar of Coombe Keynes, co. Dorset, 1860-73, Vicar of 

30 Aug., bur. Osmington, co. Dorset, 1873 till his death; died at Osmington Vicarage, aged 

at Bridport, 58, 10 October, bur. at Beer Hackett, co. Dorset, 15 October 1877. Admon 

CO. Dorset, i was granted at Blandford 23 November 1877, to Elizabeth Newington of 

Sept. 1832. Osmington, co. Dorset, the relict. She died at Plymouth, co. Devon, at the 

residence of her son, Captain Frank Newington of the Royal Marines, aged 68, 

on Friday, 18 February, and was bur. at Beer Hackett 23 February 1887. 

Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 28 June 1887, to Frank Alexander 

Newington, Captain (now Colonel) Royal Marines, the son, and only next 

of kin. =f= 



Sarah fimma, youngest dau. of the=j=Matthew Broadley, born at Cattis-=p' 



Rev. Revett Sheppard, Rector of 
Thwaite, co. Suffolk ; died at South 
Petherton, co. Somerset, 29 October, 
bur. at Bridport 4 November 1844. 
I St wife. 



tock 3 September, bapt. there 2 
October 1820 ; died at Exeter, 
aged 75, 5 June, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Exeter 8 June 1894. M.I. 



Edmund Matthew Broadley, born in London 11 February 1843; marr. 
at the Registry Ofifice, Marylebone, London, 3 February 1879, Emma 
Susan, dau. of John Cockram ; died at Cudleigh, Tiverton, co. 
Devon, 12 April, bur. there 15 April 1889. Adinon was granted at 
Exeter 28 October 1889, to Emma Susan Broadley of Cudleigh, co. 
Devon, the relict. f= 



Catherine, dau. of 
S. Fish of Roseber- 
con Castle, New 
Ross, CO. Wexford ; 
born 18 March 
1826; marr. at New 
Ross 6 July 1853 ; 
died at Ipswich, 
aged 65, on Thurs- 
day, 5 February, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Ipswich 10 
February 1891. 2nd 
wife. 



Charles Broadley, born 
died 9 February 1890. 



10 July 185s ; 



Hamilton William Broadley, born 12 
February 1857; Lieutenant nth Hussars 
12 February 1876, Captain Royal Scots 21 
June 1885, retired as Major 10 March 
1897, rejoined his regiment in June 1900. 



Matthew Wybrants 
Broadley, born i 
December 1858. 



Kate, born 
November i860. 



Robert Nathaniel Broadley, 
born 23 April 1863; marr. at 
the Registry Office Kensing- 
ton, London, 30 April 1890, 
Florence, dau. of Daniel 
Norton. 

Richard Fitzgerald Broadley, 
born 24 October 1864. 



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O OO 
O O 




Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent, ten torteaux, four, three, two and 
one, in chief a label of three points azure. 

Crest. — A dragon's head between two 
dragons' wings gules. 

Motto. — Foy est tout. 



iSabington of Cossington, 
CO. Heicester. 

Thomas Babington of RothleyTemple,=|=Jean, dau. of 
CO. Leicester (eldest son of Thomas • — 
Babington of Rothley Temple, by 
Lydia his wife, dau. of the Rev. Joseph 
Cardale, M.A., Vicar of Hinckley, co. 
Leicester); born i8 December 1758; 
educated at Rugby and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1779; High 
Sheriff for co. Leicester 1780, M.P. 
for Leicester 1800-18 ; died, aged 
78, 21 November 1837, and bur. in 
Rothley Temple Chapel. Will dated 
2 July 1829, with four codicils dated 
respectively 2 July 1829, 17 October 
1832, 18 August 1834, and 18 Sep- 
tember 1834, proved (P.C.C., 7 
Nicholl) 25 January 1838, by the Rev. 
John Babington and George Gisborne 
Babington, the sons, the Exors. 



the Rev. John 
Macaulay, M.A., 
Minister of Card- 
ross, CO. Dum- 
barton ; born 2 
December 1764; 
marr. at The 
Manse of Card- 
ross 8 October 
1787 ; died at 
Rothley Temple, 
aged 81, 21 Sep- 
tember 1845, and 
bur. in Rothley 
Temple Chapel. 



Hon'''' Augusta Julia,= 
4th dau. of Sir 
Gerard Noel Noel, 
Bart., of Exton Park, 
CO. Rutland, by 
Diana, Baroness Bar- 
ham, his I St wife; 
marr. 27 April 18 14; 
died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 37, 
on Wednesday, 19 
June, bur. at Shire- 
hampton, co. Glou- 
cester, 27 June 1833. 
I St wife. 



=Thomas Gisborne Babington of= 
Rothley Temple; born at Rothley 
Temple 24 July 1788; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 181 1, 
M.A. 1815; J. P. for CO. Leicester; 
died at The Close, Lichfield, 
CO. Stafford, aged 82, on Thurs- 
day, 19 January, bur. at Rothley 
24 January 187 1. M.L Will 
dated 27 June 1865, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 69, 71) 4 February 187 1, 
by John Albert Babington of The 
College, Marlborough, co. Wilts, 
the son, one of the Exors. 



=Augusta Felicita Fran9oise Theresa 
Hubertina, dau. of Francis Gerard 
Vecqueray, one of the Secretaries of 
State to the King of Prussia for the 
Grand Duchy of the Rhine ; born 1 7 
December 1 8 1 2 ; marr. at Frankfort- 
on-Maine, Germany, 28 June 1841 ; 
died at The Close, Lichfield, aged 77, 
23 July, bur. at Rothley 26 July 1890. 
M.L Willdated 22 March 187 1, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 758, 90) 28 August 1890, 
by the Rev. John Albert Babington 
of Judde House, Tonbridge, co. Kent, 
the son, one of the Exors. 2nd wife. 



Augusta Diana, born 30 May 1815; marr. on Tuesday, 9 April 1S39, 
Frederic Mortimer Lewin of The Hollies, co. Kent, J. P. ; formerly of the 
Madras Civil Service; died at Halfway Street, Eltham, co. Kent, in his 79th 
year, on Sunday, 17 June 1877. Will dated i May 1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 811, 77) 2 October 1877, by Charles James Abbott of 8 New Inn, 
Strand, co. Middlesex, Colonel Edward Spread Beamish of Halfway Street, 
Eltham, co. Kent, and the Rev. John Mee Fuller of Bexley Vicarage, co. 
Kent, the Exors. She died at South Audley Street, London, 25 March 1S56. 



Julia Maria, born 
I August 1 8 1 7 ; 
died at Shire- 
hampton, aged 
13, on Thursday, 
16 June, bur. 
there 22 June 
1831. 



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Lydia, born 8 Nov. 1789; 
marr. at Rothley, co. 
Leicester, i May 1809, the 
Rev. Joseph Rose (eldest 
son of the Rev. William 
Rose of Carshalton, co. 
Surrey, and of Beckenham, 
CO. Kent) ; M.A., Rector of 
Puddleston, co. Hereford, 
and Vicar of Rothley ; died 
28 Nov. 1822. She died 
at \Veybridge Rectory, co. 
Surrey, aged 91, on Tues- 
day, 28 Dec, and was bur. 
at Rothley 31 Dec. 1880. 
M.I. Will dated 27 Dec. 
1852, with two codicils dated 
respectively 8 April 1865 
and 6 July 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 142, 81) 5 Feb. 
1881, by the Rev. Edward 
Joseph Rose of Weybridge, 
the son, the surviving Exor. 



Maria Frances, = 
dau. of the 
Rev. Joseph 
Stephen Pratt, 
B.C.L., Pre- 
bendary of 
Peterborough ; 
marr. at Pas- 
ton, near Peter- 
borough, 2 1 
April 1818 ; 
died s.p. at 
Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 
aged 68, on 
Friday, 19 De- 
cember, bur. 
at Cossington 
26 December 
185 1, istwife. 



I 



=Rev. John Babington,= 
born at Rothley Temple 
16 July 1791 ; of Mag- 
dalen College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1814, M.A. 1817; 
Rector of Cossington, 
CO. Leicester, Vicar of 
Rothley, and Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough ; 
died at 10 Norfolk 
Terrace Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 94, on 
Friday, 16 Oct., bur. in 
the Elliott vault in Hove 
old churchyard, co. 
Sussex, 21 Oct. 1885. 
M.L Will dated 22 May 
1884, with codicil dated 
10 Sept. 1S85, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 906, 85) 2 
Nov. 1885, by Harry 
Rainy Parker of Rothley 
Temple, Loughborough, 
CO. Leicester, the 
nephew, one of the 
Exors. 



=Eleanor, youngest dau. 
of Charles Elliott 
of Westfield Lodge, 
Brighton, by Eling his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Venn of Hud- 
dersfield, CO. York; born 
13 November 1795; 
marr. at Clifton Parish 
Church, CO. Gloucester 
(by the Rev. Edward 
Bishop Elliott), 9 
August 185s; died s.p. 
at 10 Norfolk Terrace, 
Brighton, in her 89th 
year, on Thursday, 20 
March, bur. in the 
Elliott vault in Hove 
old churchyard 24 
March 1884. M.L 
Adiiion was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 285, 84) 
23 April 1884, to the 
Rev. John Babington 
of 10 Norfolk Terrace, 
Brighton, the sole Exor. 
2nd wife. 



Julia Mary, born at Namur, Belgium, and bapt. at Brussels ; died unmarried at Lichfield, co. 
Stafford, aged 51, on Sunday, 27 August, bur. at Christ Church, Lichfield, 30 August 1893. 
Will dated 17 January 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 881, 93) 20 October 1893, by the Rev. 
John Albert Babington, the Exor. 



Rev. Thomas Arthur Babington= 
of Cossington ; born 25 No- 
vember 1820; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, M.A. 1844; 
Rector of Wanlip, co. Leicester; 
died at 18 West Mall, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 76, on 
Monday, 30 November, bur. at 
Shirehampton, co. Gloucester, 
4 December 1896. Will dated 
13 March 1896, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 8, 97) 19 January 
1897, by Eleanor Katharine 
Babington and Emily Frances 
Fox, the Exors. 



=Katherine Mary, dau. 
of Cornelius Henry 
Bolton of Faithlegg, 
CO. Waterford, by 
Alicia his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. William 
Sutton of Longrage, 
CO. Wexford ; born 20 
October 1 82 1 ; marr. at 
the British Embassy, 
Paris, 19 August 1847; 
died in London, aged 
60, on Wednesday, 
23 November, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 28 Novem- 
ber 1881. 



Louisa Jean, born 24 July 1822; marr. at 

Rothley (by the Rev. John Babington) 
on Thursday, 3 February 1842, the 
Ven''''= Francis Cocks Puget Reynolds ; 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1837 ; Archdeacon of Bombay and 
Chaplain of Kirkee, Bombay ; died at 
Kirkee, Bombay, 28 July 1859. 



Rev. Charles Edward Babington, born 
23 February 1823; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1854 ; Curate of 
Needwood, co. Stafford ; died suddenly 
at Barton-under-Needwood, aged 27, 
on Monday, 5 February, bur. at Christ 
Church, Needwood, 10 February 1855. 



Mary Augusta, born on Wednesday, 8 November 1848; died 
at Clevedon, co. Somerset, in 1895, and bur. there. 



Eleanor Katharine, born on 
Thursday, 17 July 1851. 



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Matthew Babington of Rothley, co.= 
Leicester; born 5 September 1792; 
J. P. for CO. Leicester; died 12 August 
1836, and bur. in Rothley Temple 
Chapel. Will dated 19 May 1830, 
proved (P.C.C., 534 Stowell) 24 
September 1836, by the Rev. John 
Babington and George Gisborne 
Babington, the brothers, the Exors. 



=Frances, 3rd dau. of Nicholas Sykes of Swanland, near 
Hull, CO. York; born 21 November 1796; marr. at North 
Ferriby, co. York, 19 June 1827; died at Clarence 
Crescent, Windsor, co. Berks, aged 81, on Wednesday, 
26 June, bur. at Clewer, co. Berks, i July 1878. Will 
dated 4 October 1877, proved at Oxford 29 July 1878, 
by Francis Evans Babington of Halesworth, co. Suffolk, 
the son, and the Rev. Conyngham Ellis of Cranbourne 
Vicarage, CO. Berks, the Exors. 



Rose Mary Anne, born 31 March 1828; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Windsor, co. Berks (by the Very Rev. the Dean of 
Salisbury), on Tuesday, 5 August 1845, 'he Rev. Charles 
John Elliott; born 7 July 1818; of St. Catherine's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843; Vicar of 
Winkfield, co. Berks, for 37 years, and Hon. Canon of 
Christ Church; " Oxford ; died, aged 62, 11 May, bur. 
at Winkfield 14 May 1881. Memorial brass in Wink- 
field Church. Will dated 9 July 1855, with codicil 
dated 10 August 1875, proved at Oxford 27 June 188 r, by 
Charles Hugh Babington Elliott of the City of Lincoln, and 
Aubrey Henry Sherman Elliott of Winkfield, co. Berks, the 
sons, two of the Exors. =|= 



Sophia Isabella, born 13 July 
1829 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, London (by the Rev. 
Charles John Elliott), on Tues- 
day, 18 January 1853, the Rev. 
Conyngham Ellis (2nd son of 
Thomas Ellis of Abbotstown, 
CO. Dublin, M.P.) ; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, B.A. 1831, 
M.A. 1841 ; Vicar of Cran- 
bourne, CO. Berks. She died 
at Osborne Lodge, Ascot, co. 
Berks, aged 64, on Friday, 15 
September 1893. 

A 



Rev. John Albert Babington of Cossington, co.- 
Leicester ; born at Namur, Belgium, on Monday, 
13 November 1843, and bapt. at Brussels; educated 
at Rugby and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 
18 October 1862, aged 18, B.A. and M.A. 1872; 
Assistant Master at Marlborough College 1867-75, 
Head Master of Lincoln Grammar School 1875-80, 
Assistant Master at Tonbridge School since 1880. 



=Emily Elizabeth, only dau. of the Rev. 
William Gardner, Vicar of Orpington, co. 
Kent, bv Emily his wife, dau. of John 
Ruck); born at Crockenhill, co. Kent, 13 
August, bapt. there ir September 1853; 
marr. at Orpington (by the father of the 
bride) on St. Peter's Day, Thursday, 29 
June 1876. 



Percy Lancelot Babington, born at 
the School House, Lincoln, 24 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, Lin- 
coln, 24 August 1877; educated at 
Tonbridge School and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge. 



Margaret Agnes, born at 
the School House, Lin- 
coln, 12 August, bapt. 
at St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, 
Lincoln, 14 September 
1878. 



Humfrey Temple Babington, 
born at Judde House, Ton- 
bridge, CO. Kent, 19 July, bapt. 
at Rusthall, co. Kent, 26 
August 1884. 



Emily Frances, born 11 September 185S ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Ilfracombe, co. Devon (by the 
Rev. George Augustus Seymour, Rector of Holy Trinity, Winchester, co. Hants, cousin of 
the bride), on Thursday, 8 July 1886, Arthur Edward Wellington Fox of Ennox Lodge, Hinton, 
Charterhouse, near Bath, co. Somerset (2nd son of Edwin Fydell Fox of Kensington Place, 
Brislington, co. Somerset, M.R.C.S., by Elizabeth Augusta his ist wife, dau. of John Hugh 
Smyth Pigott of Brockley, co. Somerset); born 25 June 1844; of the University of Edinburgh, 
University College, London, and Bristol; M.B. Edin. 1870, F.R.C.P. Edin. 1885, M. 1884; 
Consulting Physician Royal United Hospital, Bath. 



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George GislMrne Babington of= 
Golden Square, London ; born 
22 January i794; F.R.S., 
M.R.C.S. i8i5, F.R.C.S. 1843, 
Surgeon to St. George's Hos- 
pital, London ; died s.p. at 13 
Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, 
London, i January, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 7 January 1856. Will 
dated 21 July 1840, proved 
(P.C.C, 8, 56) 22 January 
1856, by Sarah Ann Babington, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Sarah Ann, dau. of John Pearson of 
Golden Square, London, F.R.S. ; 
marr. 18 September 1817; died at 
13 Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, 
London, aged 84, on Wednesday, 16 
November, bur. in Kensal Gl-eeh 
Cemetery, London; 24 November 

1870. Will dated 22 January 1864, 
with two codicils dated respectively 
22 January 1864 and 24 March 1866, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 10, 71) 25 January 

1 87 1, by John Pearson of 6 Stone 
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, co. Middle- 
se.x, one of Her Majesty's Counsel, 
the nephew, the sole Exor. 



Jean, born 16 January 
1798; died unmarried 
at Golden Square, Lon- 
don, aged 41, 16 De- 
cember 1S39, and bur. 
in Rothley Temple 
Chapel, CO. Leicester, 
Will dated 27 July 

1839, proved (P.C.C, 
4 Arden) 6 January 

1840, by the Rev. 
John Babington, the 
brother, the sole Exor. 



Margaret Susan, only child of the Rev.= 
William Burnside Dunbar of Glencairn, 
CO. Dumfries, and great-grand-dau. of 
William Beckford of Fonthill, co. 
Wilts; born i April 1844; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London 
(by the Bishop of Oxford), on Wednes- 
day, 8 May 1867; died at Halesworth, 
aged 34, on Wednesday, 24 July, bur. 
in Torquay Cemetery, co. Devon, 29 
July 1878. M.L ist wife. 



=Francis Evans Babington= 
of South Lodge, Hales- 
worth, CO. Suffolk ; born 
31 July 1830, and bapt. 
at Rothley Temple ; of 
Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1853; J.P. 
for CO. Suffolk. 



=Octavia Stephanie Louise 
Henriette, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. Leonard Frangois 
Anet of Brussels ; born 
at Brussels 13 December 
1858, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at Wateringbury, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. Spencer 
Phillips), on Wednesday, 9 
August 1 893V 2nd wife. 



Katherine Margaret Frances Beckford, 
born on Whit Sunday, 19 May, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, 17 June 1872. 



Augustus Gisborne Babington of Redlands, Park-^ 
stone, CO. Dorset, and of Prestbury Priory, co. 
Gloucester; born at Lichfield, co. Stafford, 8 January 
1851; J.P. for CO. Gloucester; died, aged 49, on 
Thursday, 22 February, bur. at Parkstone 27 February 
1900. Will dated 14 May 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
180, 1900) 29 March 1900, by Redmond Babington 
and Merriall Lucy Babington, the relict, the Exors. 



=Merriall Lucy, dau. of the Ven'"'^ Henry 
Patton, Archdeacon of Ontario, Canada ; 
marr. at St. John's, Paddington, London 
(by the Very Rev. the Dean of Lichfield, 
assisted by the Rev. John Albert 
Babington, brother of the bridegroom), 
on Thursday, 15 May 1884. 



Merriall Frances, born 
at Prestbury Priory, 
CO. Gloucester, 10 De- 
cember 1886, bapt. at 
Prestbury, co. Glouces- 
ter, 23 January 1887. 



Thomas Zachary Dodson 
Babington, born at Prest- 
bury Priory 27 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at Prestbury 
23 December 1889. 

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Gervaise Guy Macaulay Babington, born at 
Prestbury Priory on Friday, 29 April, 
bapt. there privately 9 May 1892; died at 
Prestbury Priory, aged 1 2 days, on Wednes- 
day, II May, bur. at Prestbury 13 May 
1892. 



Mary, marr. on Wednesday, 17 June 1829, Vice-Chancellor Sir James Parker (son of Charles 
Stuart Parker of Blockhearn, near Glasgow); born at Glasgow in 1803; educated at 
Glasgow Grammar School and College and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 7th Wrangler and 
B.A. 1825, M.A. 1828; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 6 February 1829, Bencher 1844-52, 
Q.C. July 1844, Member of the Chancery Commission 11 December 1850, Vice-Chancellor 8 
October 1851 ; Knighted 23 October 1851 ; died at Rothley Temple, co. Leicester, 13 August 
1852, and bur. in Rothley Temple Chapel. Will dated 16 November 1851, proved (P.C.C., 
721, 52) 7 September 1852, by Archibald Smith of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, one of the 
Exors. She died at Ashley Place, Westminster, London, 20 July 1858, and was bur. in 
Rothley Temple Chapel. Will dated 15 May 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 535, 58) 14 August 
1858, by Archibald Smith of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, one of the Exors. 

T 



William Henry Babington of Redbourn House, 
CO. Hertford ; born at Madeira 30 January, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, London, 
18 June 1803; Judge in the Hon''''= East India 
Co.'s Madras Civil Service ; marr. 6 January 
1830, Sarah, dau. of General F. Disney of the 
Indian Army. He died s.p. at Redbourne 
House, aged 64, on Tuesday, 1 7 September, 
and was bur. at Rothley 21 September 1867. 
M.I. She died at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 
87, on Sunday, 13 December 1891, and was 
bur. at Rothley. M.I. 



Margaret Anne, born 
at Rothley Temple 
13 October 1804 ; 
died unmarried at 
Downing Street, Lon- 
don, in her 15th 
year, 5 March 1819, 
and bur. in Rothley 
Temple Chapel. 



Charles Roos Babington, 
born at Rothley Temple 
II July 1806; Lieutenant 
3rd Regiment Bombay 
Native Cavalry ; died un- 
married at Kaira, East 
Indies, 16 September 
1826. 



Florence Lucy, 
born s July 
1832, bapt. at 
Rothley Tem- 
ple Chapel. 



Thomas Henry= 
Babington of 
Eastham, co. 
Chester ; born 
29 September 
1833; ofTrinity 
College, Cam- 
bridge. 



=Clara, 4th surviving 
dau. of John Kirton 
Gilliat of Fernhill, 
CO. Berks, by Mary 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of Robert Saunders 
of Remenham Lodge, 
CO. Berks ; marr. at 
Winkfield, co. Berks, 
20 December 1859; 
died at Eastham, in 
her 55th year, on 
Holy Innocents'Day, 
28 December 1889, 
bur. at Eastham i 
January 1890. 



Louisa Anne Fanny, born 3 March 1 835 ; 
marr. at Cranbourne, co. Berks, 29 May 
i860, John Saunders Gilliat of The 
Cedars, Chorley Wood, co. Hertford 
(eldest son of John Kirton Gilliat of 
Fernhill); born in 1829; of University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 March 
1848, aged 18, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1856; 
one of H.M. Lieutenants for the City 
of London, a Director of the Bank of 
England; J.P. for co. Hertford, M.P. 
for Battersea (Clapham Division) 1886 
-92, and for South-West Lancashire 
since 1892. =r= 



Thomas Matthew Babington, 
born at Langley, co. Buck- 
ingham, 27 June, bapt. 
there 13 July 1862. 



Clara, born at Langley 28 
February, bapt. there 13 
March 1864. 



Rev. Henry Gilliat Babington ; 
born at Langley on Thursday, 
10 January, bapt. there 10 
March 1S67 ; of Jesus Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1894, 
M.A. 1900; Assistant Curate 
of Hoylake, co. Chester, since 
1895. 



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Nora, born at Langley on Tues- 
day, 6 April, bapt. there 30 May 
1869. _ 

John Gilliat Babington, born 
at Glenmorriston, Eastham, 24 
November 1870, bapt. there 
privately, and received into the 
church at Cranbourne 16 July 
1871. 



Com of Hittle ^etl^ericfe antj B^illagortien, 

CO. CorntpalL 



Anns. — Argent, an escallop gules between three bucks' heads 

affrontee sable, horned or. 
Crest. — A Cornish chough proper, holding in its bill an escallop or. 
Motto. — Dum vivo spero. 



John Tom of Trelliver, St. Colunib, co. Cornwall (only= 
son of Philip Tom); born at Gwennap, co. Cornwall, 26 
August 1742, and bapt. there privately the same day; 
died at Trelliver, St. Columb, 6 December, bur. in the 
family vault at St. Columb 8 December 1815. Will 
dated 24 April 1812, proved (P.CC, 291 Wynne) 28 
May 18 1 6, by Philip Sandy Tom, the son, the sole 
Exor. 



=Mary, dau. and heiress of George 
Richard Sandy of Borlase, St. Wenn, 
CO. Cornwall ; bapt. at St. VVenn 8 
August 1762; marr. there by licence 
27 October 1780; died 11 April, 
bur. in the family vault at St. 
Colunib 14 April 181 1. 



Philip Sandy Tom (eldest son) oP 
Killagorden, near Truro, co. Corn- 
wall; born at Trelliver, St. Columb, 
and bapt. at St. Columb 8 March 
1791 ; died at Killagorden 13 
April, bur. at Kenwyn, co. Corn- 
wall, 18 April 1835. Will dated 2 
September 1834, proved (P.CC, 
458 Gloster) 20 July 1835, by 
Daniel Tom, the son, Thomas 
Treloar, the younger, and Charlotte 
Philippa Tom, the relict, the Exors. 



'Charlotte Philippa, dau. of John Truscott of Other 
Resugga, co. Cornwall, nephew of Admiral William issue. 
Truscott, R.N., of E.xeter (see Truscott Pedigree, 
Vol. 4, page gg), and ist cousin of General John 
Truscott of Dawlish, co. Devon ; born 8 April, 
bapt. at St. Dennis, co. Cornwall, 25 May 1795; 
marr. by licence at St. Dennis 21 October 1817; 
died 31 March, bur. in a vault at Kenwyn 4 April 
1885. Adrnon granted at Bodmin 10 December 
1885, to Charlotte Truscott Tom of Trehaverne, 
CO. Cornwall, the daughter, one of the ne.xt of kin. 



Charlotte Truscott, born at Killagorden 25 
September 18 18, bapt. at St. Mary's, Truro, 21 
May 18 1 9. 

Mary HawkySandy, born at Killagorden 5 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Truro, 4 July 1820; marr. at 
St. Clement's, Truro, on Thursday, 20 June 1844, 
Edmond Plenry Casey of The Donahies, Raheny, 
CO. Dublin (son of Thomas Casey, J. P., M.P. for 
Killmallock 1799, by \Vilhelminahis 2nd wife, dau. 
of Nevill Forth of Newton House, co. Meath); 
born 15 December 1803; D.L. for co. Dublin; 
died at The Donahies, Raheny, on Thursday, 6 
March, bur. at Coolock, co. Dublin, 10 March 

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Sophia, born at Killagorden, co. Cornwall, 
14 February, bapt. at St. Mary's, Truro, 
CO. Cornwall, 11 April 1823. 




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0^ ^pu<j/uy fo^«^ /le4t<^ 



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Daniel Tom, born i July 1824, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Truro, 
29 March 1825 ; Lieutenant 
36th Regiment of Foot, Cap- 
tain and Major 89th Regiment 
of Foot 1854; died at Killagor- 
den, aged 37, 19 December, 
bur. at Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 
26 December 1861. Will dated 
29 January 1855, proved at 
Bodmin 8 January 1862, by 
Philip Sandy Tom of Killagor- 
den, then called Rosedale, co. 
Cornwall, the brother, the sole 
Exor. 



Amelia, born 5 March, bapt. at Truro Parish Church 12 April 
1826 ; marr. by licence at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 8 May 1858, John Richards Paull of Rosewarne, 
and Bosvigo, Truro (son of James Paull of Rosewarne, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and heiress of Rev. John Richards of 
Camborne, co. Cornwall) ; born 7 August, bapt. privately 17 
August 1821 ; died on Wednesday, 21 June, bur. at Kenwyn 
on Saturday 24 June 1882. Will dated 29 September 1881, 
with two codicils dated respectively 11 November 1881 and 
I December 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 650, 82) ir August 
1882, by Amelia Paull of Bosvigo, co. Cornwall, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. =j= 

{See Pedigree of Paull, Vol. I, page II.) 



George Tom, born at Killagorden 20 February, bapt. at Truro Parish Church 25 
March 1831 ; Ensign S9th Regiment of Foot, Captain 1856 ; died at The Donahies, 
Raheny, co. DubHn, 23 June, bur. at Coolock, co. Dublin, 27 June 1857. 



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Arms 072 record in the College of 
Arms. — Azure, a fesse dancettee 
ermine between three lions' heads 
erased or, murally crowned argent. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased or, 
murally crowned argent, charged 
with a fesse dancette ermine. 



Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Park, co.= 
Norfolk (2nd son of William Fellowes of 
Shotesham Park, founder of the Norfolk and 
Norwich Hospital, and nephew of Coulson 
Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, co. Huntingdon, 
and of Eggesford, co. Devon, by Elizabeth his 
wife); born in 1742; M.P. for Norwich, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Norfolk; died at Shotesham, 
aged 87, 8 April, bur. at Shotesham St. Mary, 
CO. Norfolk, 15 April 1829. Will dated 30 
Jan. 1828, with four codicils dated respectively 
5 March 1828, 15 May 1828, 2 Dec. 1828, 
and 29 Jan. 1829, proved (P.C.C, 215 Liver- 
pool) 29 April 1829, by Robert Fellowes and 
the Rev. John Fellowes, the sons, the Exors. 



Ann, eldest dau. of 
John Berney of Bracon 
Ash, CO. Norfolk, by 
Susannah his wife, only 
dau. and heiress of 
Samuel Trench; born 
at Bracon Ash, and 
bapt. there 23 June 
1751 ; marr. at Bracon 
Ash (by the Rev. 
Philip Pyle) 17 Dec. 
1776 ; died at Shote- 
sham, in her 43rd year, 
21 Feb., bur. there 27 
Feb. 1794. 

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Sarah, dau. of the Rev.= 
John Henry Williams, 
Vicar of Wellesbourne, 
CO. Warwick, by Sarah 
his wife; marr. at Wel- 
lesbourne (by the Rev. 
John Henry Williams) 
13 Jan. 1812 ; died 19 
April 1 8 14. ist wife. 



=Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Park; bom at Shotesham= 

2 Sept., bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 7 Sept. 1779; of 
New College, Oxford, matriculated 20 Oct. 1797, aged 
18; J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk; died at Shotesham, 
in his 90th year, on Wednesday, 14 April, bur. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 20 April 1869. Will dated 22 
July 1867, proved at Norwich 27 July 1869, by Robert 
Fellowes of Shotesham Park, the son, one of the Exors. 



Marianne, born 8 April 1814; marr. at Leamington Parish Church, co. Warwick 
(by the Rev. Henry Jonas Barton, Rector of Wicken, co. Northampton), on 
Wednesday, 24 July 1839, the Rev. George Acklom (2nd son of Lieut. -Colonel 
Robert Evatt Acklom, King's Dragoon Guards, by Charlotte his wife, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. William Fell, LL.D., of Shepey, co. Leicester, and widow of 
the Rev. John George Norbury, Prebendary of Lichfield); born 12 May 1808; 
Vicar of Heme! Hempstead, co. Hertford, formerly a Lieutenant in the Army; 
died, aged 54, 3 Sept., bur. at Hemel Hempstead 12 Sept. 1862. M.L Will 
dated 8 Dec. 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 2, 63) 29 Jan. 1863, by Marianne 
Acklom of Hemel Hempstead, co. Hertford, the relict, the sole Executrix. She 
died at Belmont, Hastings, co. Sussex, aged 54, on Wednesday, 8 July, and was 
bur. at Hemel Hempstead 1 1 July 1S68. M.L Will dated 4 Feb. 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 440, 68) 22 July 1868, by Mildred Grace Acklom of Belmont, 
Hastings, co. Sussex, spinster, the daughter, the sole Executrix, y 



Jane Louisa, 2nd 
dau. of Ralph Shel- 
don of Weston, co. 
Warwick, M.P., by 
Jane his wife, eldest 
dau. of Admiral 
Francis Holburne of 
Menstry, co. Clack- 
mannan ; born at 
Weston 2 June 
1783 ; marr. there 
26 Dec. 1815; died 
at Shotesham Park 
on Sunday, 10 Dec, 
bur. at Shotesham 
St. Mary 16 Dec. 
1 87 1. Will dated 
26 April 1869, 
proved at Norwich 
II Jan. 1872, by 
Robert Fellowes of 
Shotesham Park, 
the son, the sole 
Exor. 2nd wife. 



Louisa, born at Sandelford Cottage, near Newbury, co. Berks, 22 Oct., bapt. at Newbury 20 Nov. 
1816; marr. at Shotesham St. Mary (by the Rev. John Fellowes) 27 Aug. 1835, Sir Thomas Gladstone, 
Bart., of Fasque, co. Kincardine (eldest son of Sir John Gladstone, Bart., by Anne his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Andrew Robertson, Provost of Dingwall, co. Ross); born at Annfield, near Liverpool, 25 July 1804 ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 Feb. 1823, aged 18, B.A. 1827, 
M.A. 1830, created D.C.L. 9 June 1853 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 1828 ; Lord Lieutenant and 
custos rotulorum forco. Kincardine, ^LP. for Queensborough 1830, Portarlington 1832-1835, Leicester 
1835-37, and for Ipswich 1842; succeeded his father as 2nd Bart. 5 Dec. 1851 ; died at Fasque, aged 
84, at 4 a.m. on Wednesday, 20 March, bur. there 26 March 1889. Confirmation of the Commissariot 
of Kincardineshire dated 15 May 1S89, of Dame Louisa Fellowes or Gladstone, the relict, and Sir John 
Robert Gladstone, Bart., of Fasque and Balfour, in the county of Kincardine; sealed in London. 

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Ann, born at Shotesham, co. Norfolk, Dorothea, born at Shotesham 4 February, 
II December 1777, bapt. at Shotesham bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary i March 1781 ; 
St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 22 January 1778. bur. there 13 May 1803. 



Robert Fellowes= 
of Shotesham 
Park ; born at 
Sandelford Cot- 
tage, near New- 
bury, CO. Berks, 
13 Oct. 1817 ; 
educated at Eton 
and at Trinity 
College, Cam- 
bridge ; J. P. for 
CO. Leicester, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk, High 
Sheriff 1874. 



=Frances Anne, 2nd dau. 
of Major John Clutter- 
buck of Warkworth, 
CO. Northumberland, by 
Mary Ann his wife, dau. 
of the Hon''''^ Thomas 
Lyon of Hetton House, 
CO. Durham ; born at 
Hawkesley Hall, co. 
Northumberland, 31 
July 1825 ; marr. at 
Warkworth 1 9 August 
1845 ; died at Shotesham 
Park, aged 72, on Sun- 
day, 16 Jan., bur. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 20 
Jan. 1898. M.L 



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Robert Sheldon Fellowes, born at 
Shotesham 20 June, bapt. at Shote- 
sham St. Mary 15 July 1846; edu- 
cated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 8 July 1865, 
aged 18; died unmarried at Ajaccio, 
Corsica, on Thursday, 29 Jan., bur. 
at Shotesham St. Mary 5 Feb. 1874. 
M.I. _ 

Edward John Fellowes, born at Bit- 
teswell Hall, co. Leicester, 27 Aug., 
bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 22 Oct. 
1848; Lieutenant R.N. 3 Sept. 1873 
(retired), J. P. ; marr. at Stratton St. 
Mary, co. Norfolk (by the Rev. Cecil 
Fellowes, Rector of Beighton, co. 
Norfolk, cousin of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Frederick Wil- 
liam Hill Jerrard, the Rector), on 
Wednesday, 19 April 1882, Charlotte 
Maude, 4th dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 
Charles Sewell, by Charlotte Georgina 
his wife, dau. of James Stuart of 
Great Ring Street, Edinburgh; born 
at Long Stratton 11 April i860. 



Major- General Edward= 
Fellowes of The Hall, 
Uppingham, co. Rutland; 
born at Talton, near 
Stratford- on -Avon, co. 
Warwick, 9 Feb., bapt. 
at Tredington, co. War- 
wick, 25 Feb. 1819; 
educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 Oct. 
1836, aged 17; died s.p. 
at The Hall, Uppingham, 
on Thursday, 10 July, 
bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 16 
July 1879. Memorial 
window in St. Mary's, 
Shotesham. Will dated 23 
Aug. 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 705. 79) by Mar- 
garet Augusta Fellowes 
of The Hall, Uppingham, 
CO. Rutland, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



=Margaret Augusta, dau. 
of Major-General John 
Agmondesham Vesey 
Kirkland, by Susan 
his wife, dau. of 
Andrew Paterson of 
Quebec, Canada; born 
at Rothesay, Isle of 
Bute, N.B., 13 Sept. 
1842, and bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Rothesay ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
King William's Town, 
South Africa (by the 
Rev. Alan Bell, Military 
Chaplain), on Monday, 
6 March 1865. She 
marr. 2ndly, Henry 
Makins of 47 Charles 
Street,Berkeley Square, 
London. 



Frances Marion, born at Bitteswell Hall 12 June 1851 ; 
marr. at Shotesham St. Mary (by the Hon''''' and Rt. Rev. 
John Thomas Pelham, Bishop of Norwich, assisted by the 
Rev. Cecil Fellowes) on Tuesday, 10 February 1880, 
Charles Marriott of Cotesbach Hall,co. Leicester (2nd son 
of the Rev. James Powell Goulton-Constable (formerly 
Marriott) of Cotesbach and of Walcot, co. Lincoln, J. P., 
by Lucy Henrietta his wife, only dau. of Sir George 
Strickland, Bart.); born 14 October 1848; educated at 
Winchester and at Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 187 1, 
M.A. 1873; a Student of the Inner Temple 9 May 1870, 
called to the Bar 26 January 1875 ; J. P. for co. Leicester, 
High Sheriff 1878, Lord of the Manors of Cotesbach 
and Shawell. She died at Middlecave House, Malton, 
CO. York, aged 31, on Wednesday, 20 December, and 
was bur. at Cotesbach 23 December 1882. He marr. 
2ndly at Appleton-le-Street, co. York (by the Rev. 
George Strickland Marriott, assisted by the Rev. Maurice 
Bell), on Tuesday, 21 April 1891, Mary Emily, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Pierrepont Peach, Vicar of 
Appleton-le-Street. =j= 

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Evelyn Marcella, born at Bitteswell Hall on Sunday, 25 
May, bapt. at Bitteswell 25 July 1856; died unmarried 
at Shotesham Park on Sunday, 23 December, bur. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 29 December 1877. 

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Susannah, born at Shotesham, co. Norfolk, 15 Feb., bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 
19 March 1782 ; marr. at Bracon Ash, co. Norfolk, on Wednesday, 17 July 1833, Lee Thornton (3rd 
son of Thomas Lee Thornton of Brockhall, co. Northampton, by Mary his wife, dau. of William Reeve 
of Melton Mowbray, co. Leicester); died s.p. at i West Mall, Clifton, co. Gloucester, in his 84th year, 
on Saturday, 29 Marcli, bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, co. Somerset, 4 April 1862. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 5 May 1862, to Susannah Thornton of i West Mall, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, the relict, the Executrix. She died at Gordon Villa, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, in 
her 89th year, on Monday, 12 Dec, and was bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 20 Dec. 1870. 
Will dated 11 Feb. 1868, with codicil dated 15 June 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 59, 71) 11 Jan. 1871, 
by Edward Howes of Morningthorpe, Long Stratton, co. Norfolk, and the Rev. Henry Howes of 
Spi.xworth Rectory, near Norwich, the nephews, the Exors. 



Georgiana, born at 
Talton, near Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, co. 
Warwick, and bapt. 
at Tredington, co. 
Warwick, 27 July 
1820 ; died at 
Shotesham, aged 
15, 6 Feb., bur. 
at Shotesham St. 
Mary 1 2 Feb. 1 836. 



Fanny, born at Talton, near Stratford-on-Avon, 10 Oct., bapt. at Tredington 
6 Nov. 1821 ; marr. at Shotesham St. Mary, as his 2nd wife (by the Rev. Charles 
Fellowes), on Thursday, 4 Sept. 1851, Edward Howes of Morningthorpe Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, and Rector of Spixworth, co. Norfolk (eldest son of the Rev. George 
Howes of Morningthorpe, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Robert Fellowes of 
Shotesham, M.P.) ; born at Spixworth 7 July 1813 ; educated at St. Paul's and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1835, Fellow 1836-42, M.A. 1838; called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 7 June 1839, J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, and 
Chairman of County Quarter Sessions, Chancellor of the Diocese of Norwich 
and one of H.M. Ecclesiastical Commissioners, M.P. for East Norfolk 1859-68, 
and for South Norfolk 1868 till his death. He marr. isdy at Stratton St. 
Michael, co. Norfolk (by the Rev. Thomas Howes of Morningthorpe), on Wed- 
nesday, 16 Feb. 1842, Agnes Maria, eldest dau. of Richard Gwyn of Stratton 
St. Michael, who died s.p. at York Street, Portman Square, London, on Friday, 10 Feb. 1843. He 
died at Morningthorpe on Sunday, 26 March, and was bur. there 31 March 1871. Will dated 30 
Sept. 1855, proved at Norwich 23 May 1871, by Fanny Howes of Morningthorpe, the relict, and the 
Rev. Henry Howes of Spixworth, co. Norfolk, the brother, the Exors. She died at Morningthorpe 
Hall on Wednesday, 2 April, and was bur. at Morningthorpe 8 April 1884. Adirion was granted 
at Norwich 13 Aug. 1884, to Henrietta Louisa Holmes, wife of Thomas Holmes of Morningthorpe, 
the daughter, and only next of kin. =r 

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Alice Mildred, 4th dau. of Walter Thomas= 
William Spencer-Stanhope of Cannon Hall and 
Horsforth Hall, co. York, D.L., C.B., M.P., by 
Elizabeth Julia his wife, dau. of Sir John Jacob 
Buxton, Bart., of Shadwell Court, co. Norfolk; 
born at 30 Clarges Street, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 6 July 1870; marr. at Caw^thorne, co. 
York (by the Rt. Rev. William Walsham F[ow, 
D.D., Bishop of Wakefield, assisted by the 
Rev. Charles Tiplady Pratt, the Vicar, the Rev. 
Alfred Lyon Fellowes, and the Rev. Charles 
William Spencer-Stanhope), on Tuesday, 31 
March 1891; died at 77 Harley Street, London, 
10 Aug., bur. at Shotesham St. Mary 17 Aug. 
1892. M.L 1st wife. 



Charles Arthur Fellowes= 
of Ferry Farm, Wood- 
bastwick, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Bitteswell Hall, 
CO. Leicester, on Thurs- 
day, 18 November 1858, 
bapt. at Bitteswell 3 
February 1859; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity 
College,Cambridge,B.A. 
1881. 



Mildred Winifred, born at 77 Harley Street, 
London, on Monday, 8 August, bapt. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 18 September 1892. 



=Mary Wingfield, 2nd dau. 
of Albemarle Cator of 
Woodbastwick Hall, and 
of Beckenham Place, co. 
Kent, J. P., by Mary Moles- 
worth Cordelia his wife, 
3rd dau. of Christopher 
Arthur Mohun Harris of 
Hayne, co. Devon ; born at 
Marizion, co. Cornwall, 18 
March, bapt. at Gulval, co. 
Cornwall, i ^L^y 1S64; 
marr. at Woodbastwick (by 
Rev. William Cator, assisted 
by Rev. Alfred Lyon Fel- 
lowes, brother of the bride- 
groom, and Rev. Henry 
Peter Dunster, the Vicar) 
25 April 1895. 2nd wife. 



Robert Fellowes, born at The 
White House, Shotesham, 12 
July 1896, bapt. at Shotesham 
St. Mary 30 August 1896. 



Charles Fellowes, born at The 
White House, Shotesham, 9 July, 
bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 7 
August 1898. 

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William Albemarle Fellowes, 
born at Ferry Farm, Wood- 
bastwick, 10 September, bapt. at 
Woodbastwick 8 October 1899. 



Henry Fellowes of 48 Upper Harley Street, London,= 
and formerly of Hurstbourne Park, co. Southampton; 
born at Shotesham, co. Norfolk, 24 March, bapt. at 
Shotesham St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 10 April 1783; 
died at 48 Upper Harley Street, London, in his 79th 
year, on Sunday, 23 Feb., bur. in the Great Northern 
Cemetery, London, 28 Feb. 1862. Will dated 13 Feb. 
1S52, proved (Prin. Reg., 152, 62) 8 March 1862, by 
the Rev. Henry John Fellowes of Over Wallop, near 
Stockbridge, co. Southampton, the son, one of the Exors. 



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=Frances, youngest dau. and coheiress of Sir 
John Frederick, Bart., of Burwood Park, co. 
Surrey, by Mary his wife, youngest dau. and 
coheiress of Richard Garth of Morden Park, 
CO. Surrey ; born at Burwood Park 25 
April 1793; marr. at Walton-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, 5 April 181 1; died at Beechwood, 
Caterham, co. Surrey, aged 81, on Tuesday, 
28 April, bur. in the Great Northern Ceme- 
tery, London, 4 May 1874. Will dated 9 
Oct. 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 320, 74) 18 
May 1874, by Arthur Fellowes of Caterham, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



Rev. Henry John Fellowes of Torridon, Bournemouth West,= 
CO. Southampton; born at 28 Somerset Street, London, 27 
August, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church, London, 30 
September 1812; educated at Winchester and at St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 30 June 1830, B.A. 1S34, ^LA. 
1838 ; Rector of Over Wallop 1852-96. 

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.Edith, eldest dau. of the Rt. Rev. 
Henry Mackenzie, D.D., Suffragan 
Bishop of Nottingham, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Robert Ridley of 
Demerara, British Guiana ; born at 
Bancroft's Hospital, Mile End, co. 
Middlesex, 13 February, bapt. at 
Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 
London, 15 April 1839 ; marr. at 
Tydd St. Mary, co. Lincoln (by the 
Rev. Charles Mackenzie, Prebendary 
of St. Paul's, uncle of the bride), 18 
February 1862. 



ISLircella, bapt. Margaret, bapt. at Tredington 14 Nov. 1827 ; marr. at Shotesham St. Mary (by 
at Tredington, the Rev. George Acklom) 2 Nov. 1854, General Sir William Rose Mansfield 
CO. Warwick, (5th son of John Mansfield of Diggeswell, co. Hertford, by Mary Buchanan his 

14 .'\pril 1825; wife, dau. of General Smith of the U.S. Army); born at Diggeswell 21 June 1819; 
died unmarried Colonel 38th (ist Battalion South Staffordshire) Regiment, served in the Sutlej 
at Brighton, co. Campaign 1845-46, commanded S3rd (Shropshire Light Infantry) Regiment in 
Sussex, aged 20, the Punjab 1848-49, employed in Peshawur Operations 1851-52, appointed 

15 Jan., bur. at Responsible Military Adviser to Ambassador at Constantinople 1855, and 
Shotesham St. accompanied Lord Stratford de Redcliffe to the Crimea, Chief of Staff" during the 
Mary 21 Jan. Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-59, Commander-in-Chief in India 1865-70, and 
1846. Commander of Forces in Ireland 1870-75 ; P.C., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., D.C.L. ; 

created Baron Sandhurst of Sandhurst 28 March 187 1 ; died at 18 Grosvenor 
Gardens, London, aged 57, on Friday, 23 June, bur. in the family vault at 
Diggeswell 28 June 1876. Will dated 22 Dec. 1873, with codicil dated 28 Jan. 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 597, 76) 8 July 1876, by the Rt. Hon*"'' Margaret, Baroness Sandhurst of 18 Grosvenor Gardens, 
London, the relict, and Samuel Mansfield of 47 Albemarle Street, co. Middlesex, and Horatio 
Mansfield of Werescote, co. Somerset, the brothers, the Exors. She died suddenly at 29 Park Road, 
Regent's Park, London, on Thursday, 7 Jan., and was bur. at Diggeswell 12 January 1892. Will 
dated 14 June 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 373, 92) 10 March 1892, by the Rt. Hon"' William, 
Baron Sandhurst, the son, the Exor. t= 



Rev. Alfred Lyon Fellowes, born= 
at Bitteswell Hall, co. Leicester, 
on Sunday, 4 November, bapt. at 
Bitteswell 21 December i860 ; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, 
M.A. 1887; Rector of Beighton, 
CO. Norfolk, 1S86-97, and of 
Shotesham since 1897. 



=Ada Elizabeth Hunter, dau. of Henry John Baker-Tower of 
Elemore Hall, co. Durham, J. P., High Sheriff of Durham 1854 
(assumed the name of Baker under the will of his grandfather 
George Baker), by Isabella his wife, youngest dau. of Robert 
Lancelot Allgood of Nunwick, co. Northumberland; born at 
Elemore Hall, on Monday, 26 September 1S64 ; bapt. at Pit- 
tington, CO. Durham, i January 1865 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, London (by the Ven"' Henry William 
Watkins, Archdeacon of Durham), on Thursday, 12 June 1890. 



Edward Fellowes, 
born at Shotesham, 
CO. Norfolk, 6 June, 
bapt. at Shotesham 
St. Mar)', CO. Nor- 
folk, 23 July 1784; 
died at Shotesham, 
and bur. at Shote- 
sham St. Mary 9 
September 1785. 



Rev. John Fellowes, bom at= 
Shotesham 2 July, bapt. at Shote- 
sham St. Mary 5 August 1785; of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1807 (14 senior optime), M.A. 
1 8 10; Rector of Shotesham 1810; 
died at Shotesham Vicarage, aged 
52, 20 Februar)', bur. at Shotesham 
All Saints', co. Norfolk, 28 February 
1838. Will dated 10 March 1828, 
with codicil dated 15 April 1829, 
proved (P.C.C., 314 Nicholl) 12 
May 1838, by Susan Fellowes, the 
relict, and Robert Fellowes, the 
brother, the Exors. 



=Susan, 5th dau. of the Hon'''" 
Thomas Lyon of Hetton House, co. 
Durham, by Mary Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Farren Wren of Bin- 
chester, co. Durham; born 10 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Houghton-le-Spring, 
CO. Durham, 13 April 1790; marr. 
29 May 181 1 ; died at Shotesham 
Vicarage, aged 74, on Friday, 14 
October, bur. at Shotesham All 
Saints' 20 October 1864. Will 
dated 4 June 1855, with codicil 
dated 5 August 1864, proved at 
Norwich 29 November 1864, by the 
Rev. Charles Fellowes of Shotesham 
All Saints', the son, the sole Exor. 



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Edward Fellowes, born at 28 
Somerset Street, Lxsndon, 1 1 
March, bapt. at Marylebone 
Parish Church, London, 23 
April, and bur. there 2 May 
1814. _ 

Robert Fellowes, born at 28 
Somerset Street, London, 
14 April, bapt. at Maryle- 
bone Parish Church 26 May 
1815; bur. there 16 June 
1816. _ 

Frances, born at 28 Somerset 
Street, London, 1 9 Februar)-, 
bapt. at Marylebone Parish 
Church 24 March 1817. 



Charlotte, born at 28 Somerset Street, London, 12 November, 
bapt. at Mar)'lebone Parish Church, London, 16 December 
18 19; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Henry John Fellowes, brother of the bride), 29 August 
1839, Thomas Henry Clarke Terry of Burvale, co. Surrey 
(only son of Thomas Terry, Captain ist Warwickshire Local 
Militia, by Sarah Margaretta his wife, dau. of Richard Astley 
Sales of Spondon, co. Derby) ; bom 9 September 1810 ; 
formerly Lieutenant 15th Hussars and Surrey Yeomanr)', Lieut- 
Colonel Commandant 3rd Battalion Royal West Surrey (Militia), 
J. P. ; died at Burvale, in his 88th year, on Saturday, 16 October, 
bur. at Hersham, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 19 October 1897. Will 
dated 9 December 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 1385, 97) i 
December 1897, by Herbert Durell Terry, retired Captain H.M. 
Army, and Horace Augustus Terry, Major in H.M. Army, the 
Exors. She died at Upper Halliford Lodge, Sunbury, co. 
Middlesex, in her 8ist year, on Sunday, 5 August, and was bur. 
at Hersham on Wednesday, 8 August 1900. 

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Maud, born at Over Wallop Rectory, co. 
Southampton, on Sunday, 25 January, 
bapt. at Over Wallop i March 1863. 

Edith Ridley, born at Over Wallop 
Rectory on Wednesday, 26 October, 
bapt. at Over Wallop 27 November 1864. 

Dora Mackenzie, born at Over \\'allop 
Rectory i May, bapt. at Over Wallop 
3 June 1866. 



Mildred, born at Over Wallop Rectory on Tuesday, 
31 December 1867, bapt. at Over Wallop 2 Febmary 
1868; marr. at Branksome, co. Dorset (by the Rev. 
John Invin Patterson, assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Goddard Doyne, the Vicar), on Saturday, 18 Sep- 
tember 1897, Richard William England Parker (son 
of the Rev. Richard Parker, Rector of Wickham, 
CO. Hants, by Betha Jane his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
William Henry England) ; born at Wickham Rectory 
on Monday, 12 October 1863, bapt at Wickham 
17 January 1864. =t= 



Jane Louisa, born at Bittes- 
well Hall, CO. Leicester, on 
Tuesday, 3 June, bapt. at 
Bitteswell 28 July 1862. 



Violet Beatrice, born at Shotesham 
Park on Saturday, 17 September, 
bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 13 
November 1864. 



Rosa Gwendoline, born at 
Bitteswell Hall on Sunday, 10 
December 1865, bapt. at 
Bitteswell 21 March 1866. 



Elizabeth, born at Shotesham, co. Norfolk, 27 December 
1786, bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 25 
January 1787; marr. there by licence (by the Rev. 
John Fellowes) 23 October 1810, the Rev. George 
Howes (3rd son of the Rev. Thomas Howes of 
Morningthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, by Susan his wife, 
only dau. of Francis Longe of Spi.xworth, co. Norfolk) ; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1793, M.A. 1797; 
Rector of Spi.xworth, and Vicar of Gazeley, co. Suffolk. 
She died at Spixworth Parsonage, in her 30th year, 
8 August 1817. He marr. 2ndly Maria Margaret, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas Blake of Scottow, co. Norfolk, J. P. 
and DiL. for co. Norfolk, by Theodora Martha his 2nd 
wife, dau. of David Colombine of Norwich. She died 
II February 1820. He died at Spixworth Rectory, 
aged S3, on Thursday, 27 September 1855. 



Mary, born at Shotesham 29 October, 
bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 25 
November 1788; marr. as his 2nd 
wife, Henry F. Cubitt (2nd son of 
Colonel George Cubitt of Catfield, 
CO. Norfolk, J. P. and D.L.) ; 
Captain Royal Artillery. She died 
s.p. at Catton, co. Norfolk, 21 Feb- 
ruary, and was bur. at Catfield 28 
February 1855. Will dated 8 April 
1851, proved P.C.C, 27 April 1855, 
by the Rev. Henry Howes, the 
nephew, the sole Exor. He nlarr. 
istly Mary, dau. of Robert Mangles. 



Mary, botn at 28 Somerset Street, London, 27 
March, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church, 
London, 24 May 182 1 ; died unmarried at 92 
Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London, on 
Monday, 1 9 February, bur. in the Great Northern 
Cemetery, London, 22 February 1866. Will 
dated 22 July 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 165, 
66) 7 March 1866, by Arthur Fellowes of 48 
Upper Harley Street, Cavendish Square, co. 
Middlesex, the brother, the sole Exor. 



Elizabeth, born at 28 Somerset Street, London, 
7 April, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church 
6 May 1822. 

Frederick Fellowes, born at 28 Somerset Street, 
London, 13 October, bapt. at Hurstbourne 
Priors, CO. Southampton, 13 December 1824; 
educated at Winchester; Lieutenant 74th High- 
landers; died unmarried at the Royal Barracks, 
Dublin, aged 25, 9 November, bur. in Arbor 
Hill Cemetery, Dublin, 14 November 1849. 



Arthur Fellowes, born at= 
Hurstbourne Priors i June 
1830, bapt. there 26 February 
183 1 ; of Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 5 March 
1849, aged 18; died s.p. at 
Burwood Lodge, Rotherfield, 
CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 8 May, 
bur. in Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 14 
May 1900. Will dated 8 De- 
cember 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 30, 1900) 27 July 1900, 
by Sarah Jane Fellowes, the 
relict, and Edward, Viscount 
Doneraile, the Exors. 



=Sarah Jane, 
youngest dau. 
of Henry Pear- 
son; marr.atSt. 
Mary's, Bryan- 
ston Square, 
London (by 
the Rev. Hou- 
stonne James 
Hordern, Rec- 
tor of Sitting- 
bourne, CO. 
Kent), on Wed- 
nesday, 8 April 
1874. 



1 




Henry John Fellowes,= 
born at Over Wallop 
Rectory, co. South- 
ampton, on Wednes- 
day, 13 April, bapt. 
at Over Wallop 5 June 
1870 ; educated at 
Winchester. 



=Frances Agatha Mary, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. George Phillips, Vicar of 
Newton Toney, co. Wilts, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles Notley); 
born at Chard Grammar School, co. 
Somerset, on Thursday, 19 August, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Chard, 25 August 
1S69 ; marr. at Newton Toney (by the 
Rev. William Edmund Buller, Preben- 
dary of Wells Cathedral) i June 1S99. 



Hilda, born at Over Wallop 
Rectory on Tuesday, 29 
August, bapt. at Over Wallop 
I October 1871. 

Alexander Frederick Fellowes, 
born at Over Wallop Rectory 
on Friday, 1 1 July, bapt. at 
Over Wallop 24 August 1S73; 
educated at Wellington College. 



Harriott, born at Shotesham, Arthur Fellowes, bom at Shote- Maria, born at Shotesham 26 

CO. Norfolk, 19 December sham 8 February, bapt. at November, bapt. at Shotesham 

1789; bapt. at Shotesham Shotesham St. Mary 20 Feb- St. Mary 2 December 1792; 

St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 18 ruary 179 1 ; died at Shotesham, died at Shotesham, and bur. 

January 1790. and bur. at Shotesham St. Mary at Shotesham St. Mary 9 

23 February 1791. December 1792. 



Horace Decimus Fellowes, born in London 16 October^ 
1836, bapt. at Hurstbourne Priors, co. Southampton, 16 
January 1837 ; Assistant Director of Royal Army Clothing 
Department, War Office, 1875-81 ; died at i Cavendish 
Square, London, aged 45, on Thursday, 15 December, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 20 December 1881. 
Will dated 26 July 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 34, 82) 18 
January 1S82, by Louisa Emily Fellowes of i Cavendish 
Square, London, the relict, and the Rev. William James 
Packe of Feering Vicarage, co. Essex, the Exors. 




=Louisa Emily, 2nd dau. of Edmund 
Packe of i Stanhope Place, Hyde 
Park, London, Captain Royal 
Horse Guards (Blue), by Jane 
Sarah his ist wife, 2nd dau. of 
John Mansfield of Birstall House, 
CO. Leicester; born at 10 Con- 
naught Square, Hyde Park, 
London, 3 February, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, 6 March 1838; marr. at 
St. John's, Paddington, London 
(by the Rev. William James 
Packe, brother of the bride), on 
Tuesday, 28 October 1862. 

{See Pedigree of Packe, Vol. 7, 
page 168.) 



Frederick Fellowes, born= 
at 48 Harley Street, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 24 
August, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 22 September 1863; 
educated at Winchester 
and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 
January 1882, aged 18, 
B.A. 1885. 



=Henrietta Constance, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. Henry Oldershaw, 
by Millicent Susan his wife, 
dau. of Sir Francis Darwin of 
Breadsall Priory, co. Derby, 
Knt. ; born at Lichfield, co. 
Stafford, 29 December 1S63, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Lichfield, 
25 February 1864; marr. at 
Leamington Parish Church, co. 
Warwick (by the Rev. Cecil 
Hook), 15 November 1899. 



Jane Louisa, born at 78 Cambridge 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Monday, 28 November, bapt. at 
All Saints', Norfolk Square, Lon- 
don, 26 December 1864; died at 
23 Craven Hill Gardens, London, 
aged 10, on Tuesday, 4 May, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
6 May 1875. 

Annie, born at 78 Cambridge 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Monday, i January, bapt. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, London, 
2 February 1866. 



Bertha, born at Over Wallop Rectory, co. 
Southampton, on Saturday, 14 November, 
bapt. at Over Wallop 20 December 1874. 



Eleanor, born at Over Wallop Rectory on 
Tuesday, 20 August, bapt. at Over Wallop 
22 September 1878. 



Cicely, born at Over Wallop Rectory on Friday, 
S January, bapt. at Over Wallop 4 February 
1877. 



John Frederick Fellowes, born at Over Wallop 

Rectory on Monday, 8 November, bapt. at 
Over Wallop 12 December 1880; educated 
at Wellington College. 



10.^ 



Ethel Mary, born at 78 Cambridge 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Sunday, 8 September, bapt. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, London, 18 
October 1867 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London 
(by the Rev. William James Packe, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. Arthur Reginald Carew Cocks, 
cousin of the bridegroom), on Wed- 
nesday, 3 October 1888, Thomas 
Somers Vernon Cocks (eldest son of 
Thomas Somers Cocks of Thames 
Bank, Marlow, co. Buckingham, 
M.P., by Sarah Louisa his wife, dau. 
of Charles Wynne Griffith Wynne 
of Voelas, co. Denbigh ; born at 
15 Hereford Street, Park Lane, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 14 March 
1850; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
3 June 1868, aged 18, B.A. 1872. 
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Rev. Edmund Horace^ 
Fellowes, born at 78 Cam- 
bridge Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Friday, 1 1 No- 
vember, bapt. at All Saints', 
Norfolk Square, London, 
15 December 1870; edu- 
cated at Winchester and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 October 
1889, aged 18, B.A. 
1892, M.A. and Mus. Bac. 
1896; Precentor of Bristol 
Cathedral 1897-1900, ap- 
pointed Minor Canon of St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor, 
26 June 1900. 



=Lilian Louisa, youngest dau. 
of Admiral Sir Richard Vesey 
Hamilton, G.C.B., by Julia 
Frances Delme his wife, dau. 
of Vice-Admiral James Arthur 
Murray ; born at 14 East 
Combe Villas, Charlton, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 1 1 January, 
bapt. at St. John's, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 22 February 
1878; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, South Ken- 
sington, London (by the Rev. 
Canon Alfred Ainger, Master 
of the Temple, assisted by the 
Rev. George Sutton Flack, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 1 2 
January 1899. 



Horace Frederick Fellowes, bom at 2 
Kensington Villas, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
on Sunday, 31 December 1899, bapt. at 
Bristol Cathedral 8 February 1900. 



Emily, born at 78 
Cambridge Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, 
on Tuesday, 5 
November, bapt. at 
All Saints', Norfolk 
Square, London, 5 
December 1872. 



Gertrude Margaret, born at 23 
Craven Hill Gardens, London, on 
Friday 13 April, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 
10 May 1877; died at Ramsgate, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 19 May, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 23 May 1881. 



Arthur Charles Fellowes, born at 23 
Craven Hill Gardens, London, on 
Wednesday, 19 June, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 
19 July 1878; entered Royal Navy 
as Naval Cadet 15 July 1892, Mid- 
shipman 15 July 1894, Lieutenant 
15 January 1899. 



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to. Wionmtx. 



Arms. — Or, a Moor's head proper, couped, between three fleur-de-lis sable. 
Crest. — A Moor's head between two wings. 
Motto. — Malo mori quam foedari. 



John Moore of Lea End House, in the parish of Alvechurch,= 
CO. Worcester, eldest son of John Moore of Callowhill, co. 
Worcester, by Mary Farr his 
wife ; born at Callowhill 3 
March, bapt. at Alvechurch 
9 April 1787; died 2 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Alvechurch 8 September 1832. 



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=Mary, dau. of John Wilson of 
Bordesley Park, in the parish of 
Alvechurch ; born at Bordesley 
Park 12 January 1784; marr. 
at Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, 
21 May iSio; died 26 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Alvechurch 2 
March 1842. 



Edward Moore of Lea End House ;= 
born at Rowney Green, in the parish 
of Alvechurch, 24 February, bapt. at 
Alvechurch i May 181 1; died at Bryn- 
derwen, Abermule, co. Montgomery, 
22 October 1884, bur. at Alvechurch 
27 October 1884. Will dated 27 April 
18S0, with codicil dated 29 April i8Si, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 960, 84) 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1884, by Emma Moore of Brynder- 
wen, Abermule, co. Montgomery, the 
relict, Frederick Moore of 126 Pitsford 
Street, Birmingham, the son, and 
Samuel Timmis of Parchfield House, 
Rugeley, co. Stafford, the Exors. 



=EiTima, dau. of 
William Herdman 
of Bittel, CO. Wor- 
cester ; born at 
Bittel 7 November 
1 8 II ; marr. at 
Alvechurch 5 De- 
cember 1837; died 
at Abermule 12 
June, bur. at Alve- 
church 18 June 
1891. 



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Jane, born 26 August 1S12, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 26 August 1814; marr. 
there 8 May 1852, Samuel Timmis 
of Rugeley, co. Stafford (son of 
Samuel Tinmiis, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of John Wilson of Bordesley 
Park, CO. Warwick); born 5 Sep- 
tember 1 8 1 8. She died s.p. at Parch- 
fields House, Colton, co. Stafford, 8 
March, and was bur. in Rugeley 
Churchyard 13 March 1878. M.L 
He marr. 2ndly Annie Wootton, and 
died at Colton Lodge 13 April, and 
was bur. in Colton Cemetery 1 7 April 
1899. Will dated 23 August 1894, 
with codicil dated 27 October 1894, 
proved in the Principal Registry 30 
May 1S99, by James Joseph Timmis 
of Birkenhead and John Charles 
Timmis of Rugeley, the Exors. 



Mary, born 28 October, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 5 December 
1838; marr. at Lickey, co. 
Worcester, 6 August 1864, 
Joseph Whitehouse of Tessall, 
CO. Worcester, son of Samuel 
Whitehouse of Haughmond, 
CO. Salop. She died i Novem- 
ber, and was bur. at Lickey 4 
November 1876. =j= 



Emma, born 15 
October, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 3 
December 1839. 



Elizabeth, born 
29 August, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 6 
October 1841. 

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John Edward Moore, 
born at Lea End 
House 19 August 
1842, bapt. at Alve- 
church 13 September 
1S43 ; died 8 March, 
bur. at Alvechurch 13 
March 1844. 



Jane Ann, born 9 
April, bapt. at Alve- 
church 26 April 
1845. _ 

Sarah Hannah, born 
8 December 1848, 
bapt. at Alvechurch 
8 August 1849. 



John Moore of= 
Glanmihclly, co. 
Montgomery ; born 
at Rowney Green, 
Alvechurch, co. 
Worcester, 14 Feb- 
ruary 18 14, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 8 
December 181 8 ; 
died at Glanmi- 
helly 16 June, bur. 
at Sam, co. Mont- 
gomery, 20 June 
1876. 



Jane, dau. of John 
Davis of Garth- 
myl, CO. Mont- 
gomery ; born at 
Garthmylin 18 19; 
marr. at Llangad- 
fan, CO. Mont- 
gomery, 28 March 
1843 ; died at 
Bahaillon, co. 

Montgomery, 8 
June, bur. nt Sarn 
12 June 1863. 



Mary, born i December 1S15, bapt. at Alvechurch 8 
December 1818; marr. there 4 September 1844, 
Edward Ward of Sydenham, co. Surrey ; born at Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, 17 March 1819, and bapt. 
there. She died 13 October, and was bur. in Lewisham 
Cemetery, co. Kent, 18 October 1881. He marr. 2ndly 
at Bromley, co. Kent, 14 November 1882, Sarah, dau. 
of Thomas Horton, by Sarah his wife ; born at Alve- 
church 12 September 1822, bapt. there 16 May 1824. 
He died at The Chestnuts, Sydenham, in his 8ist year, 
on Wednesday, 14 February, and was bur. in Lewisham 
Cemetery on Saturday, 17 February 1900. M.I. Will 
dated 4 September 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 24, 1900) 
9 April 1900, by Sarah Ward, the sole Executrix. 



Mary, born at The Pant, co. 
Montgomery, 21 June, bapt. at 
Newtown, co. Montgomery, 29 
June 1845; marr. at Sarn 28 
January 1868, William Langford 
of Chirbury Hall, co. Salop (son 
of Edward Langford of Chirbury 
Hall, by Jane Roberts his wife) ; 
born at Edenhope, Mainstone, 
CO. Salop, 7 September, bapt. 
there 23 September 1832. She 
died I April, and was bur. at 
Chirbury 6 April 1877. 



Edward James Moore=j=Frances Eliza, youngest dau. of 



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of Ealing, co. Middlesex; 
born at Newtown, co. 
Montgomery, 22 No- 
vember, bapt. there 30 
December 1847. 



Frederick Fitch, M.D.,of Chaddesley 
Corbett, CO. Worcester ; born at 
Chaddesley Corbett 8 May, bapt. 
there 20 August 1862 ; marr. at 
Chaddesley Corbett (by the Rev. 
Fitzherbert Adams Marriott) on 
Wednesday, 16 November 1881. 



Mary Frances Isobel, born 
at Shillong, India, 23 De- 
cember 1894, bapt. there 3 
February 1895. 



Ada, born 6 
Nov. 1850, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 
26 March 1851 ; 
died29April,bur. 
at Alvechurch 4 
May 1853. 



James Charles Moore, 
born at Lea End 
House 7 August 1852, 
bapt. at Alvechurch 2 
February 1853 ; died 
26 April, bur. at Alve- 
church 2 May 1853. 



Frederick Moore of=j=Jenny Mary, dau. of Samuel 



King's Heath, co. 
Worcester ; born at 
Alvechurch 10 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 19 
October 1854. 



Cole of Moseley, CO. Worcester; 
born at Balsall Heath, co. 
Worcester, 26 April i860, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Balsall Heath, 
10 July 1873; marr. there 10 
June 1886. 



Edward Shirley De-la-More Moore, 
born at Moseley 21 March, bapt at 
St. Mary's, Moseley, 21 April 1887. 



106 



Elizabeth, born 7 April 18 19; marr.at Alvechurch, co. Worcester, 
15 March 1848, Reuben Partridge of Barnt Green, co. Worcester 
(son of William Partridge of Lydiate Ash, co. Worcester) ; born 
at Lydiate Ash 15 October 1818, and bapt. at Hunnington, co. 
Worcester; died at Barnt Green 27 December, bur. at Lickey, 
CO. Worcester, 31 December 1898. Will dated 12 December 
1883, proved at Worcester 27 February 1899, by James Partridge 
and Samuel Herbert Valentine, the Exors. She died at Barnt 
Green 3 November, and was bur. at Lickey 7 November i860. 

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Robert Moore of Wetheroak 
Hill, CO. Worcester; born 4 
March 1821; died 20 May, 
bur. at Alvechurch 25 May 
1853- _ 

Ann, born 1 1 December 1822; 
died, aged 59, 28 January, 
bur. in Lewisham Cemetery, 
CO. Kent, i February 1882. 



I 
James Moore of Birmingham ; born at Lea End House= 
7 January 1825, bapt. at Alvechurch 18 June 1828; 
died at i Anglesea Villas, Gravelley Hill, co. Warwick, 
15 September, bur. at Hockley, co. Warwick, 18 Sep- 
tember 1886. Will dated 28 September 1861, proved at 
Birmingham 5 November 18S6, by James Partridge of 
Alvechurch, co. Worcester, one of the Exors. 



=Maria, dau. of William Partridge of 
Alvechurch ; born at Lydiate Ash, 
CO. Worcester, i8 October 1822 ; 
marr. at Alvechurch 29 April 1854 ; 
died at Gravelley Hill 1 2 December, 
bur. at Hockley 15 December 1893. 



Mary Jane, born 26 February, bapt. 
at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 16 May 
1855- _ 

James Harry Moore, born at Bir- 
mingham 12 June, bapt. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Birmingham, 22 July 1859; 
M.A. of Durham University; Curate 
of Saltley, co. Warwick, since 1897. 



Amy Elizabeth, born 2 2 November, 
bapt. at St. Martin's, Birhiingham, 
24 December i860. 



John Moore, born at Birmingham 
3 October, bapt. privately 27 Oc- 
tober 1862 (baptism registered at 
St. Martin's, Birmingham). 



Edward Moore, born 
at Hockley 12 May, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Hockley, 30 July 
1865 ; died 5 March, 
bur. at Hockley 9 
March 1876. 



Fanny, dau. of Edward Davies of=j=Lawton Llewellyn Moore=Clara, dau. of Charles Nott of 



Snowfield, co. Montgomery; born 
at Penybryn, Kerry, co. Mont- 
gomery, 15 September 1852; marr. 
at Kerry 29 September 1876; 
died 3 May, bur. at Kerry 6 May 
1886. I St wife. 



of Brampton Bryan, co. 
Hereford ; born at The 
Pant, CO. Montgomery, 5 
August, bapt. at Llanllw- 
chaiarn 31 August 1851. 



Wigmore, co. Hereford ; born 
at Wigmore 18 June 1862, and 
bapt. privately in Birtley Chapel, 
Brampton Bryan; marr. at Wig- 
more 19 April 1892. 2nd wife. 



John Moore, born at Glanmihelly 
19 December 18S0, bapt. at 
Kerry 30 January 1881. 



Edward Davies Moore, born 
at Glanmihelly 3 August, bapt. 
at Kerry 14 August 1884. 




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JBrafee^Cutcliffe of %i)t ilHanor 3|ou0e, 
itee, CO. Bebon* 



/4r»;j.— Quarterly : ist and 4th, Argent, a wyvern, wings displayed and 
tail nowed, gules, Drake; 2nd and 3rd, Gules, three pruning 
hooks argent, Ciitcliffe. 

Crest. — A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow proper, holding a 
battle-axe, sable, Drake. 

Motto. — Aquila non capit muscas. 



Charles Cutcliffe Drake of Springfield in the parish of=Mary, elder dau. and coheir of 



Heanton Punchardon, co. Devon (2nd son of Zachary 
Hammett Drake, formerly of Chapel in the parish of 




Moorwinstow, co. Cornwall, and afterwards of Springfield, 
by Frances his wife, eldest dau. and eventually coheiress 
of Charles Newell Cutcliffe of Damage, in the parish of 
Ilfracombe, co. Devon; born at Pilton, co. Devon, 29 
September 1808, bapt. there privately the same day; died 
18 October, bur. at Marwood, co. Devon, 23 October 
1858. Will dated 11 July 1854, proved in the Principal 
Registry 23 September 1859, by Mary Drake, the relict, 
the Executrix. 



Henry Cusack of Girley, co. Meath, 
by Ann his wife, dau. of Richard 
Rothwell of Berfordstown, co. 
Meath; born at Moyangher House, 
CO. Meath, 16 March, bapt. at Ath- 
boy, CO. Meath, 29 March 1808; 
marr. at Ilfracombe 19 May 1836 ; 
died at Pilton, aged 64, on Monday, 
21 February, bur. at Marwood 24 
February 1870. Will dated 13 
January 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 
172, 70) 15 March 1870, by Charles 
Henry Drake-Cutcliffe of Lee, co. 
Devon, the son, one of the Exors. 



Dorothy Mervyn, born 18 February, bapt. at 
Ashford, co. Devon, 27 March 1837 ; marr. at 
Pilton 30 April 1862, the Rev. Charles Whittington 
Landon, Rector of Ashford (only surviving son 
of the Rev. John Whittington Landon, Vicar of 
Braunton, co. Devon, and grandson of the Very 
Rev. Whittington Landon, D.D., Dean of Exeter, 
and Provost of Worcester College, Oxford) ; born 
3 July, bapt. at Braunton 25 August 1830; died 
at Newport, Barnstaple, co. Devon, 29 November, 
bur. at Ashford 3 December 1896. Will dated 13 
November 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 60, 97) 11 
January 1897, by John Chichester Crewe Landon, 
the sole Exor. She died on Wednesday, 31 March, 
and was bur. at Ashford 5 April 1869. 



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Anne Frances, born 13 December 1838, 
bapt. at Ashford 14 January 1839; marr. 
at Exeter Cathedral 27 April 1865, 
Thomas McGhie Brydges, R.N., who 
died s.p. at Palace Gate, Exeter, aged 
26, 30 April 1865, and was bur. at St. 
David's, Exeter. She marr. zndly at 
Pilton (by the Rev. Charles Whittington 
Landon, Rector of Ashford, brother-in- 
law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
William Craddock Hall, the Vicar) on 
Tuesday, 29 December 1868, Joseph 
Henry Goodban (son of John Goodban 
of South Kensington, London) ; born 
16 February, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 19 March 1838. 



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108 



Charles Henry Drake-Cutcliffe= 
of the Manor House, Lee, co. 
Devon ; born 4 June, bapt. at 
Ashford 7 July 1840; by Royal 
Licence dated 18 May 1867, he 
assumed the name of Cutcliffe in 
addition to that of Drake on 
succeeding to the Cutcliffe estates 
on the death of his grandmother, 
Frances Drake, 5 April 1867; 
died at the Manor House, Lee, 
in his 35th year, 9 February, bur. 
at Ilfracombe 13 February 1875. 



=Henrietta Maria, dau. of the Rev. John 
VVhittington Ready Landon, Vicar of 
Braunton, and Rector of Bishopston, co. 
Wilts, by Jane his ist wife, dau. of 
Charles Chichester of Hall, co. Devon; 
born at Braunton 7 January, bapt. there 
5 March 1842 ; marr. at Braunton on 
Tuesday, 6 October 1868. She marr. 
2ndly at Newport, co. Devon, on Thurs- 
day, II September 1884, Samuel William 
May of Newport (youngest son of Samuel 
Marshall Thompson May of Brinsworthy 
House, Fremington, co. Devon). 



John Rothwell 
Drake, bom at 
Ashford 30 June, 
bapt. at Heanton 
Punchardon, co. 
Devon, 12 Sept. 
1842 ; died at 
Bishops Hull, 
near Taunton, CO. 
Somerset, aged 
16, 19 March, 
bur. at Marwood 
24 March 1859. 



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Norah Haynes, 6th dau. of Major 
Robert Haynes Lovell of Barnstaple, 
CO. Devon, by Harriet Kendall his 
wife, dau. of Peter Inglis ; born at 
Brookfield, Fremington, co. Devon, 
27 April, bapt. at Fremington 14 
June 1871 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. 
William Henry Palmer, Rector of 
Wanlip, CO. Leicester, assisted by 
the Rev. James Baden Powell, Curate 
of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge), on 
Wednesday, 5 April 1893; died at 
the Manor House, Lee, co. Devon, 
aged 22, on Monday, 29 January, 
bur. at Fremington i February 
1894. ist wife. 



=Charles Bernard Mervyn= 
Drake-Cutcliffe of the 
Manor House, Lee; born 
at Lee on Saturday, 17 
July, bapt. there 5 Au- 
gust 1869; educated at 
Cheltenham ; Lieutenant 
in the Royal North 
Devon Yeomanry 1891 
-94. 



=Emilia Theodosia Katharine, 
only child of Henry O'Brien 
O'Donoghue of Long Ashton, 
CO. Somerset, by Mary Emilia 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. Gus- 
tavus Lodowick Hamilton of 
Great Berries, co. Roscommon, 
Vicar of Carew, co. Pembroke; 
born at Long Ashton on Friday, 
3 October, bapt. there 9 Novem- 
ber 1873; marr. at Long Ashton 
(by the Rev. Marcus Samuel 
Cam Rickards, Vicar of Twig- 
worth, CO. Gloucester, cousin 
of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. Lucius Henry Deering, 
the Vicar) on Wednesday, 27 
July 1898. 2nd wife. 



Nora Avice, born at the 
Manor House, Lee, 18 
January, bapt. at Lee 20 
February 1894. 



Bernard Henry Hamilton Drake-Cutcliffe, 
born at Lyndhurst, Leigh Woods, Clifton, 
CO. Somerset, on Thursday, 11 May, 
bapt. at Lee 7 July 1899. 



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109 




j^oore^^tcbens of Cross 
ant! UMimtott, to. Bebon. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Per chevron, argent and 
gules, in chief two falcons rising proper, belled 
and charged on the breast with an ermine spot 
or, Stevens; 2nd and 3rd, Sable, a swan, wings 
elevated argent, beaked and membered or, 
within a bordure engrailed quarterly of the last 
and of the 2nd, Moore. 

Crest. — I, A falcon or, belled and wings 
elevated azure, gorged with a collar gemel of the 
last, charged on the breast with an ermine spot 
sable, and on each wing with an estoile gold, 
Stevens ; 2, In front of a fern bush proper a 
falcon, wings elevated argent, preying on a coney 
sable, Moore. 



Rev. Thomas Moore= 
of Great Torrington, 
CO. Devon (son of 
the Rev. Thomas 
Moore, bapt. 4 Feb- 
ruary 1740 ; Vicar 
of Bishop's Tawton, 
CO. Devon ; bur. at 
Great Torrington 19 
June 1802. 



=Christian, dau. and coheir 
of Henry Stevens of Smitha- 
cott and Cross, co. Devon, 
by Christiana Maria his 
wife, dau. of John Rolle of 
Stevenstone, co. Devon ; 
born at Frithelstock, co. 
Devon, 10 April 1743, and 
bapt. there privately the same 
day; marr. at Frithelstock 31 
October 1779; died, aged 86, 
and bur. at Great Torrington 
6 August 1828. 



Christian, born 1 7 
February, bapt. at 
Great Torrington 
II May 1781 ; died 
unmarried at Ex- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 
aged 69, 22 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Little- 
ham, Exmouth, 28 
February 1850. 



Thomas Stevens of Cross; born 21 October, bapt.= 
30 December 1782; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculatediojuly 1799, aged 16, B. A. 1803, M.A. 
1809; Barrister-at-Lawof the Middle Temple 181 o, 
Recorder of Exeter; succeeded to Cross and other 
property under the entail, and to \V'inscott, co. 
Devon, under the will of Elizabeth, dau. and heir 
of Richard Stevens of Winscott ; took the name 
and arms of Stevens, by Royal Licence dated 12 
July 181 7, on the death of Mr. Clevland, 2nd hus- 
band of Elizabeth Stevens ; died 14 January, bur. 
at Little Torrington, co. Devon, 19 January 1832. 




Autograph to letter dated 3 October 1S20. 



=Sophia, younger dau. 
of the Rev. Joshua 
Le Marchant of 
Guernsey ; born 28 
April 1 798 ; marr. at 
Sidmouth, co. Devon, 
14 May 182 1 ; died 
at 9 Eccleston Street, 
Belgravia, London, 
aged 62, on Monday, 
26 November, bur. at 
Little Torrington 5 
December i860. 



Sophia, born at Sidmouth 14 August 1822, and bapt. there privately the next day; marr. at the 
Abbey Church, Bath, co. Somerset (by the Rev. John Le Marchant), on Saturday, 14 October 
1848, Rev. George de Carteret Guille of 36 Hauteville, Guernsey, and Churdford, Litde Torrington 
(3rd son of John Guille of St. George, Guernsey, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Peter Hubert); 
born 8 January, bapt. at St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 16 February 1815 ; of Pembroke College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 October 1834, aged 19, Scholar 1836-45, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1843; 
Incumbent of Alderney 1847-53, Rector of Little Torrington 1853-93; Seigneur de St. George 
in Guernsey, Seigneur of the fiefs of Canelly, Fantome, and Dom Hue in that island, Lord of 
the Manor of Cross, Torrington; died at Guernsey, aged 80, 2 January, bur. at Little Torrington 
8 January 1895. She died, aged 68, on 
Wednesday, 6 July, and was bur. at Little 
Torrington 9 July 1892. =j= 1^ ^^/ j/ A^ yC 



(See Pedigree of Guille, Vol. i, page j8.) 




Ven^'^ John Moore-Stevens of Winscott, co. Devon ; born 7 Sep-= 
tember 1784; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 31 May 
1802, aged 18, B.A. 1806, Fellow 1806-11, M.A. 1808; Rector 
of Langtree, co. Devon, 1810-22, Vicar of Otterton, co. Devon, 
1822-57, Prebendary of Exeter 1821, Archdeacon 1828, Canon 
of Exeter Cathedral 1842; succeeded to Winscott on the death 
of his brother in 1832 ; died at The Chantry, Exeter, aged 
81, on Thursday, 30 March, bur. at Peters Marland, co. Devon, 
6 April 1865. 



y*?'^->-w'^^^v*'«-»-»- 



=Anne Eleanor, dau. of the 
Rev. William Roberts, Vice- 
Provost of Eton College ; 
born at Eton 4 August, 
bapt. at Eton College 
Chapel 28 August 1790; 
marr. there 31 December 
181 7 ; died at Exeter, 
aged 58, 18 January, bur. 
in Exeter Cathedral 24 
January 1849. 



John Curzon Moore-Stevens of Winscott House,= 
Torrington, co. Devon; born 10 October 1818, bapt. 
at Langtree 4 February 1819; educated at Winchester 
College and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
II May 1837, aged 18, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844; a 
Student of the Middle Temple 12 January 1841, 
called to the Bar 26 January 1844; J. P., D.L. and 
M.P. for North Devon 1885, High Sheriff for co. 
Devon 1870; formerly Captain Devon Hussars. 



jfi^ ^!^ 



^nro- 



J%Wt/t<;, 



=Elizabeth Anne, dau. of the Rev. Peter 
Johnson, B.D., Prebendary of Exeter 
and Rector of Wembworthy, co. Devon, 
formerly Fellow of Exeter College, Ox- 
ford ; born 17 April, bapt. at Wemb- 
worthy 30 April 1826 ; marr. there 19 
December 1850; died 28 July, bur. at 
Peters Marland 3 August 1889. 



Elizabeth Anne, 
bapt. at Peters 
Marland 6 No- 
vember 185 1 ; 
died 29 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Peters 
Marland 5 Octo- 
ber 1868. 



Rev. John Henry Moore-Stevens, bapt. at= 
Peters Marland 28 December 1852; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 
187 1, aged 18, B.A. from Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge, 1879, M.A. 1882; Vicar 
of Sheepwash, co. Devon 1885-87, Vicar of 
Christow, co. Devon, 1887-88, and Rector of 
Ashreigney, co. Devon, 1888-99; died at Pen- 
zance, CO. Cornwall, aged 46, on Wednesday, 
I February, bur. at Ashreigney 6 February 
1899. Adiiion was granted at Exeter 6 July 
1899, to Richard Arthur Moore-Stevens, the 
brother and next of kin. 



=Emma Jane, dau. of the 
Rev. John Thomas Hassall, 
formerly Vicar of Christow, 
and Rector of Wattisfield, 
CO. Suffolk ; marr. at Exeter 
Cathedral (by the Bishop of 
Exeter, assisted by the Rev. 
Edward John Gore Dupuis, 
cousin of the bridegroom, 
and the Rev. William David, 
the Dean's Vicar) on Wed- 
nesday, 18 April 1888. 



Louisa Anne, born at Cross, co. Devon, 18 April, bapt. at Little Torrington, co. Devon, 20 
April 1828; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on Thursday, 30 KLay 1850, 
Frederick Haworth (3rd son of Thomas Haworth of Boreham Wood, co. Hertford); of Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 27 October 1831, aged 19, B.A. 1835 ; died, in his 8ist year, on 
Sunday, i January, bur. at Little Torrington 7 January 1893. She died in Paris on Monday, 
27 April, and was bur. at Little Torrington 2 May 186S. 

A 



Anne Eleanor, born 29 January, bapt. at 
Langtree, co. Devon, i February 1820; niarr. 
at Exeter Cathedral 3 July 1850, John Mar- 
wood Wolcott of Knowle House, Salcombe 
Regis, CO. Devon (eldest son of John Wolcott 
of Salcombe, co. Devon); born 15 December 
18 13; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 February 1833, aged 19, B.A. 1836; died 
s.p. at Knowle House, aged 49, on Thursday, 
3 March, bur. at Sidbury, co. Devon, 10 
March 1864. 



Louisa Julia, born 17 February, bapt. at 
Otterton, co. Devon, 23 April 1823; marr. at 
Exeter Cathedral 29 April 1847, Rev. Noel 
Lowe (4th and youngest son of the Very Rev. 
Thomas Hill [Peregrine Furye] Lowe, Dean of 
Exeter); born 23 October 1817; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 3 May 1838, 
aged 20, B.A. 1842; Vicar of Colaton Raleigh, 
CO. Devon, 1844-57 ; died at the Vicarage, 
aged 39, 3 April, bur. at Colaton Raleigh 11 
April 1857. She died 10 May, and was bur, 
at Colaton Raleigh 16 May 1S56. 



I 



Richard Arthur Moore-Stevens= 
of Cross,Torrington,co. Devon; 
bapt. at Peters Marland, co. 
Devon, 22 May 1854; ^^ Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
10 October 1873, aged 19 
B.A. 1878, M.A. 1880; J.P. for 
CO. Devon; Major 3rd Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment (2nd 
Devon Militia). 



=May Clare Sophia, youngest dau. of 
Frederick Haworth of 80 Cornwall 
Gardens, Kensington, London, by 
Louisa Anne Stevens his wife; born 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, on Satur- 
day, 24 December 1864; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, Kensington (by the 
Rev. John Henry Moore-Stevens, 
brother of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. C. Cummings, brother- 
in-law of the bride), on Wednesday, 
28 July 1886. 



John Richard Charles Joyce Marion Elizabeth, born at 

Moore-Stevens, born at 34 De Vere Gardens, South 

Cross, Torrington, co. Kensington, London, 2 January, 

Devon, on Sunday, 24 bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, 

June, bapt. at Little Kensington, i February 1894. 
Torrington 26 July 1900. 



Eleanor Gratiana, bapt. 
at Peters Marland 2 
September 1856 ; bur. 
there 14 May 1858. 



Evelyn Louisa, bapt. at 
Peters Marland 29 Sep- 
tember 1859; bur. there 
14 January 1861. 



Hugh Stukely Moore- 
Stevens, bapt. at Peters 
Marland 2 July 1861. 



Bertha Christiana, born 
2 July, bapt. at Peters 
Marland 14 October 
1864. 




ISariml) of €rtoarton, co. ^uffolfe. 



Leonard Wrinch of Ramsey, co. Essex, and of Erwarton, co.= 
Suffolk (son of Robert Wrinch of Ragmarsh, Bradfield, co. 
Essex, by Hannah Durrell his wife, of Harkstead, co. 
Suffolk); born 7 February 1802; died, aged 72, 24 May, 
bur. at Erwarton 30 May 1874. M.I. Will dated 23 
December 1873, proved at Ipswich 27 June 1874, by 
Henry Orford of Ramsholt, co. Suffolk, and Elizabeth 
Wrinch of Erwarton, co. Suffolk, the relict, the Exors. 




cu^-a^ 




^Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Giles of 
Holbrook, co. Suffolk, by Sarah 
his wife ; bapt. at Holbrook 
8 April 1803 ; marr. at Hark- 
stead 31 December 1824; died, 
aged 82, 25 January, bur. at 
Erwarton 30 January 1885. M.I. 
AdiSon was granted at Ipswich 
17 March 1885, to William Henry 
Wrinch of Ramsey, co. Essex, the 
son, one of the next of kin. 



Leonard Wrinch of= 
Birch Hall, Kirby-le- 
Soken, co. Essex ; 
born at Ramsey 5 Oc- 
tober, bapt. privately 
igOctober 1825, and 
received into the 
church at Ramsey 8 
June 1830 ; died, 
aged 56, 9 April, bur. 
at Kirby-le-Soken 14 
April 1882. Will 
dated 14 February 
1881, proved at Ips- 
wich 30 May 1882, 
by William Henry 
Wrinch of Roydon 
Hall, Ramsey, co. 
Essex, the brother, 
and John South of 
Alton Hall, co. Suf- 
folk, the Exors. 




N^&r^tft 



/, iy^^^C>^ 



•Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Cooper of Great 
Oakley, co. Es- 
sex, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. 
of James Allsop 

of Great Oak- 
ley ; born i 
May, bapt. at 
Great Oakley 
30 June 1839; marr. there 23 January 1861 ; 
died at Toronto, Canada, in her 58th year, 
on Thursday, 18 March, bur. in St. James' 
Cemetery, Toronto, on Saturday, 20 March 
1S97. Will dated 19 June 1893. 



I^See Pedigree of Cooper^ Vol. J, 
page II J.) 



Emma, born at Ramsey 
18 May 1827, bapt. 
there privately, and re- 
ceived into the church 
at Ramsey 8 July 1830; 
marr. at Erwarton 21 
November 1850, George 
Davey Hempson of Brad- 
field, CO. Essex (son of 
John Hempson of Ram- 
sey, by Lydia his wife) ; 
born 12 September, bapt. 
at Ramsey 22 September 
1825. She died 25 Sep- 
tember, and was bur. at 
Bradfield 30 September 
1895- T 



Georgina Elizabeth, born at 
Kirby-le-Soken 30 October, 
bapt. there 28 November 
1861 ; marr. at St. Luke's, 
Palermo, Ontario, Canada, 
7 June 1887, Rev. Thomas 
Corrie Coggs of Poplar Point, 
Manitoba, Canada, who died 
7 February 1899, and was 
bur. at Carberry, Manitoba, 
Canada. =;= 



Leonard Edward Wrinch= 
of Merton, co. Halton, 
Ontario, Canada; born at 
Kirby-le-Soken 24 De- 
cember 1862, bapt. there 
23 January 1863. 



=Eliza, dau. of John 
Cotterill of Great 
Milton, CO. Oxford; 
born 13 June, bapt. 
at Great Milton 24 
July 1864 ; marr. at 
Jarvis Street Baptist 
Church, Toronto, 
Canada, 2 1 June 
1892. 



Marion Agnes, 
born at Kirby- 
le-Soken 18 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
there 18 Octo- 
ber 1864. 



Sarah Elizabeth, born 3 October 
1828, bapt. at Ramsey, co. 
Essex, 2 February, bur. there 
II February 1829. 



Jane, born 27 February, bapt. 
at Ramsey 8 July 1830; marr. 
at Holbrook, co. Suffolk, 16 
June 1 88 1, James Fisher Alder- 
ton of Shotley, co. Suffolk (son 
of Fisher Alderton of Shotley); 
born 19 November 1820, bapt. 
at Shotley 4 March 1821 ; died 
s.p. 18 July, bur. at Shotley 21 
July 1892. Will dated 5 June 
1 89 1, proved at Ipswich 15 Au- 
gust 1892, by Jane Alderton, 
the relict, Henry Spurling and 
Frederick Fisher Alderton, the 
Exors. 



Elizabeth, born 20 Jan., 
bapt. privately at Ramsey 
14 March 1832; marr. at 
Erwarton 26 Oct. 1854, 
Henry Giles of Swaffham, 
CO. Norfolk (son of Henry 
Giles of Little Holland, 
CO. Essex); born at Pond 
House, Great Clacton, co. 
Essex, 21 Dec. 1829; died 
at Swaffham 1 2 March, bur. 
there 16 March 1895. She 
died at Swaffham i Jan., and 
was bur. there 6 Jan. 1890. 



I 



Alfred Wrinch, bapt. pri- 
vately at Ramsey 22 Aug., 
died, aged 6 months, bur. 
at Ramsey 26 Aug. 1834. 



Matilda (twin with Rosa); born 5 
December, bapt. privately at Ram- 
sey 16 December 1834; marr. at 
Erwarton, co. Suffolk, 22 October 
1857, Robert Green Salmon of 
Clacton-on-Sea, co. Essex (son of 
Robert Salmon of St. Osyth, co. 
Essex); born at The Lodge, St. 
Osyth, II December 1827, and 
bapt. there. 

Rosa (twin with Matilda) ; born 5 
December, bapt. privately at Ram- 
sey 16 December 1834; bur. at 
Ramsey 17 February 1835. 



Orlando Wrinch, born 8 February, 
bapt. at Ramsey 10 April 1837 ; 
bur. there 9 March 1840. 



Horace Cooper= 
Wrinch, born at 
Kirby-le-Soken, 
CO. Essex, 6 
January, bapt. 
there 14 Feb- 
ruary 1866. 



=Alice Jane, dau. of Ralph 
Breckon of Merton, co. 
Halton, Ontario, Canada, 
by Martha his wife, dau. 
of James Dynes of Ap- 
pleby, Ontario ; born 1 7 
January 1867, and bapt. 
at Merton ; marr. there 
16 June 1900. 



Walter Godfreys 
Wrinch of Diss, 
CO. Norfolk ; born 
at Kirby-le-Soken 
13 January, bapt. 
there 4 July 1867. 



=Kate Beatrice, dau. of George 
Hines of Ipswich, co. Suf- 
folk, by Jemima his wife, 
dau. of William Baldry of 
Whitton, CO. Suffolk ; born 
30 June 1866, and bapt. at 
Crown Street Chapel, Ipswich ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 
I September 1891. 



I II I 

Olive Beatrice, born Hubert Godfrey Wrinch, Marjorie Enid, born Leonard George Wrinch, 

at Diss 21 January, born at Diss 3 May, at Diss 18 October, born at Diss 5 May, 

bapt. at St. Mary's, bapt. at St. Mary's, Diss, bapt. at St. Mary's, bapt. at St. Mary's, Diss, 

Diss, 21 February 4 June 1897. Diss, 15 November 2 June 1900. 

1893. 1898. 



Frank Sidney 
Wrinch, born at 
Kirby-le-Soken 
1 7 September, 
bapt. there 23 
October 1868. 



Warwick Wrinch, 
born at Kirby-le- 
Soken 17 Novem- 
ber 1870, bapt. 
there 9 January 
1871. 



John Alfred Wrinch, 
born at Kirby-le-Soken 
28 August, bapt. there 
4 October 1872. 



Charles Wrinch, 
bornat Kirby-le- 
Soken 20 July, 
bapt. there 3 
Sept. 1874'. 



Mary Evelyn, 
bornat Kirby-le- 
Soken 12 May, 
bapt. there 2 
July 1877. 



114 



William Henry Wrinch=j=Emily, only dau. of Samuel Beard of Ipswich, 



of Roydon Hall, Ramsey, 
CO. Essex ; born at 
Ramsey 25 April 1840, 
bapt. there 14 October 
1S42. 



CO. Suffolk, by Sarah Emma his wife, dau. of 
John Sizer of Manningtree, co. Essex ; born 
29 September 1849, and bapt. privately at 
Ipswich ; marr. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich (by 
the Rev. Charles Edward Storey), on Thursday, 
23 October 1873. 



Charlotte, born at 
Ramsey 2 October, 
bapt. there 2 De- 
cember 1842. 



Ellen, born at Ramsey 19 July, bapt. there 10 
September 1874. 

William Samuel Wrinch, born at Ramsey 23 
October, bapt. there 25 December 1875. 



Emma Amy, born 
at Ramsey 23 De- 
cember 1877, bapt. 
there 24 March 
1878. 



Leonard Wrinch, 
Constance Mary, born at Ramsey 13 October, born at Ramsey 4 
bapt. there 17 December 1876. May, bapt. there 30 

July 1879. 



Edwin Percy Wrinch, 
born at Ramsey 2 April, 
bapt. there 24 June 
1885. _ 

Robert Charles Wri nch, 
born at Ramsey 6 April, 
bapt. there on Whit 
Sunday, 13 June 1886. 



Charles Edward Wrinch= 
of Freston, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Ramsey, 20 
October 1844, bapt. 
there privately, and 
received into the church 
at Erwarton, co. Suffolk, 
I February 1S45. 



=Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Howard of Erwar- 
ton, by Sarah Ann his 
wife, dau. of John Ran- 
son of Copdock, co. 
Suffolk ; born 3 March, 
bapt. at Erwarton 12 
April 1844; marr. there 
1 8 October 1872. 



Walter Wrinch= 
of The Ness, 
Erwarton; born 
23 Dec. 1846, 
bapt. at Erwar- 
ton 25 January 
1855- 



=Edith, dau. of Robert 
Walker of Chelmondiston, 
CO. Suffolk, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Peter Hill 
of Chelmondiston; born 13 
August 1853, and bapt. 
at Chelmondiston ; marr. 
there 4 May 1876. 



Annabel Edith, born at Erwarton i 
April, bapt. there 6 June 1877. 



Mabel, born at Erwarton 4 May, 
bapt. there 30 May 1878. 



Sydney Walter Wrinch, born at 
Erwarton 8 August, bapt. there 16 
October 1S79. 



Evelyn, born at Erwarton 20 March, 
bapt. there 21 April 1881. 



Arthur Wrinch, born at Erwarton 26 
June, bapt. there 23 July 18S3. 



Donald James Wrinch, born at 
Erwarton 16 November, bapt. there 
12 December 1885. 



I I 

Ethel Mary, born 
at Erwarton 27 
Dec. 1887, bapt. 
there 23 Jan. 
1888. _ 

Stanley Wrinch, 
born at Erwarton 
1 1 May, bapt. 
there 6 June 
1890. 




115 




Arms on rei:ord in the CoUt'ge of Arms. — 
Vaire, ermine and gules. 

Crest. — A lion passant ermine, armed 
and collared gules. 

Motto. — Meliore fide quam fortuna. 



^xt%\t^ of 3BrafeeIoto, co. 



The Rev. Sir William Nigel Ciresley= 
(eldest son of the Rev. William 
Gresley, Rector of Netherseale, co. 
Leicester, by Louisa Jane his ist 
wife, dau. of Sir Nigel Gresley, 
Bart., of Drakelovv and Knypersley, 
CO. Derby); born 25 March 1806; 
succeeded as 9th Bart. 12 October 
1837; died 3 September, bur. at 
Netheseale 10 September 1847. 
Will dated 9 March 1847, proved 
(P.C.C., 31, 48) 17 January 1848, 
by Georgina Anne Gresley, the 
relict, the Rev. Spencer Maban, 
Clerk, Edward Oakeley, and 
Charles Gresley, the brother, the 
Exors. 



'Georgina Anne, 2nd 
dau. of George Reid 
of Watlington Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, and of 
Friendship, Jamaica, 
West Indies, by 
Louisa his wife, 4th 
dau. of Sir Charles 
Oakley, ist Bart. ; 
married 25 March 
1831. 



Sir Thomas Gresley, Bart., of Netherseale Hall and= 
Drakelow; born at Netherseale Hall 17 January, bapt. 
at Netherseale 24 February 1832; educated at Rugby; 
Cornet ist Dragoon Guards 1850, Captain 1853-58, 
A.D.C. to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Lieut. - 
Colonel ist Battalion Derbyshire Rifle Volunteers ; 
M.P. for South Derbyshire 21 November 1868 ; 
succeeded his father as loth Bart. 3 September 1S47 ; 
died at Shipley Hall, co. Derby, aged 36, on Friday, 18 
December, bur. at Caudwell,co. Derby, 24 Decemberi868. 



=Laura Anne, eldest 
dau. of Robert 
Griffiths Williams, 
and grand-dau. of 
Sir RobertWilliams, 
9th Bart. ; marr. at 
Dublin Castle 28 
February 1854. 



Louisa Mary, 
born at Nether- 
seale 6 April, 
bapt. there 12 
June 1833. 



Laura, died Sir Robert Gresley, Bart., of Drakelow ;= 
in infancy born at 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, Lon- 
in August don, on Thursday, i February, bapt. at 
1866. St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 

15 March i866; educated at Eton; D.L. 
for CO. Derby ; Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regi- 
ment) 1885-92 ; succeeded his father as 
nth Bart. 18 December 1868. 



=Lady Frances Louisa, eldest dau. of 
George Charles, 8th Duke of Marl- 
borough, by Lady Abertha Frances 
Anne Hamilton his ist wife, 6th dau. 
of James, ist Dukeof Abercorn, K.G.); 
born 15 September 1S70; marr. at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster (by the Rev. 
Arthur Majendie, Rector of Woodstock, 
CO. Oxford, assisted by the Ven''''^ Arch- 
deacon Farrar and the Rev. Nigel 
Madan), on Tuesday, 6 June 1893. 



Nigel Gresley, born at 55 Great Laurence Gresley, born at 55 

Cumberland Place, London, on Great Cumberland Place, Lon- 

Sunday, 22 April, bapt. at the don, 3 March, bapt. at the 

Church of the Annunciation, Church of the Annunciation, 

Bryanston Street, London, 28 Bryanston Street, London, 6 

May 1894. April 1896. 



Joan, born at 55 Great Cum- 
berland Place, London, 1 1 
July, bapt. at the Church of 
the Annunciation, Bryanston 
Street, London, 7 August 
1900. 



116 



Rev. Nigel Gresley, born i8 August, = 
bapt. at Netherseale 25 August 1834; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858; 
Rector of Over and Neatherseale, co. 
Leicester, for 36 years ; died at Nether- 
seale, aged 62, on Friday, 29 January, 
bur. at Netherseale 2 February 1897. 
Memorial window in chancel. Will dated 
22 July 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 413, 97) 
13 April 1897, byjoanna Beatrice Gresley, 
the relict, and the Rev. Henry James 
Carter, Clerk, the Exors. 



=Joanna Beatrice, youngest 
dau. of John Wilson of 
Barton - under - Need wood, 
CO. Stafford ; bapt. at 
Barton - under - Needwood 
4 May 1839; marr. there 
27 April 1864. 



William Lee Gresley, 
born 26 Jan., bapt. at 
Netherseale 28 Feb. 
1836; Hon. Major 4th 
Battalion North Stafford- 
shire Regiment ; died 
unmarried at Barton- 
under-Needwood, aged 
52, on Wednesday, i 
Feb., bur. at Netherseale 
6 Feb. 1888. 



Rev. George Nigel Gresley, 
born at Netherseale Rec- 
tory, on Sunday, 19 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Netherseale 
9 April 1865; of Selwyn 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1886; Vicar of Horsley 
W^oodhouse, co. Derby, 
since 1896. 



I I 
Beatrice Georgina, born 10 
August, bapt. at Netherseale 
23 September 1866. 



Arthur Spencer Gresley, born 
at Netherseale Rectory on 
Monday, 23 September, bapt. 
at Barton-under-Needwood 3 1 
October 1867. 



Nigel Bowyer Gresley of the Bank 
of British North America, Victoria, 
British Columbia; born at Nether- 
seale Rectory on Sunday, 18 
September, bapt. at Netherseale 9 
November 1870. 



Herbert Nigel Gresley, born at 
Edinburgh on Monday, 19 June 
1876, and bapt. there. 



Sophia Amelia, born 29 November 
1837, bapt. at Netherseale 27 March 
1838; died at The Close, Lichfield, 
aged 15, 6 April, bur. on the North 
side of Lichfield Cathedral 12 April 
1853. _ 

Arthur Francis Gresley of Barton- 
under-Needwood, born 4 September, 
bapt. at Netherseale 10 November 
1844; Captain R.N. ; died unmar- 
ried at Barton-under-Needwood, aged 
55, on Monday, 2 October, bur. at 
Netherseale 5 October 1899. Admon 
granted at the Principal Registry 
28 November 1899 to Louisa Mary 
Gresley, spinster, the natural and 
lawful sister. 



GeorginaWilmotjborni 3 August, bapt. 
at Netherseale 10 November 1839; 
marr. at Barton-under-Needwood 9 
April 1863, Henry Cunliffe Shawe of 
Weddington Hall, co. Warwick (only 
son of Samuel Pole Shawe of Maple 
Hayes, co. Stafford, J. P. and D.L., 
by Mary his ist wife, dau. of Edward 
Egan, of Ussage House, Southgate, 
CO. Middlesex) ; born 20 August 
1833 'j J-P- for tli6 counties of 
Warwick and Nottingham ; High 
Sheriff for the former county 1895. 
=r 



Frances, born at 
Netherseale, and 
bapt. there 20 
March, bur. at 
Netherseale 23 
March 1841. 



Agnes Elizabeth, 
born 1 7 August, 
bapt. at Nether- 
seale 25 September 



1842 




117 




^errins of Baben})am, to. 
Wiont^ttx, anl) of across, 

to. 3^000. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules, three piles, two issuant from chief 
and one from base or, each charged with a 
pomegranate slipped and leaved proper, on a 
chief ermine three leopard's faces of the first. 

Crest. — A demi-talbot, gorged with a 
collar nebuly argent, and charged on the 
shoulder with two annulets interlaced fesse- 
wise gules, holding between the paws a 
pomegranate as in the arms. 

Motto. — Perenne sub sole nihil. 



William Perrins of Worcester (eldest 
son of James Perrins of Chaddesley 
Corbett, co. Worcester, by Mary Gyles 
his wife); born at Chaddesley Corbett, 
and bapt. there 13 July 1793 ; died at 
his residence, Lansdowne Crescent, 
Worcester, aged 73, on Sunday, 6 
January, bur. at Claines, co. Wor- 
cester, 12 January 1867. Will dated 
14 June 1866, with three codicils 
dated respectively 24 September 
1866, 17 October 1866, and 30 No- 
vember 1866, proved at Worcester 29 
March 1867, by James Dyson Perrins 
of Great Malvern, co. Worcester, the 
son, and Nathaniel Smith of Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, the Exors. 



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=Sarah, dau. of 
Thomas Dyson of 
Huddersfield, co. 
York ; born at 
Huddersfield 5 
November 1791 ; 
marr. at Birkby, 
CO. York, 2 2 Jan- 
uary 1823 ; died 
at Lansdowne 
Crescent, Wor- 
cester, aged 63, 
on Friday, 13 
July, bur. at 
Claines 17 July 



James Dyson Perrins of Davenham, in the= 
parish of Malvern, co. Worcester ; born 2 7 
November, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 
26 December 1823; F.C.S., F.R.A.S., J.P. 
for CO. Worcester, High Sheriff 1885; died 
at Davenham, Malvern, aged 63, on Saturday, 
26 February, bur. at Claines 4 March 1S87. 
Will dated 18 January 1887, proved at Wor- 
cester 3 May 1887, by Frances Sarah Perrins, 
the relict, and Charles William Dyson Perrins, 
the son, both of Davenham, the Exors. 



=Frances Sarah, eldest dau. of James Perrins of 
Cheltenham ; born at Cheltenham 2 January 
1827; marr. at St. Mark's, Pentonville, co. 
Middlesex, 3 June 1856; she marr. 2ndly at 
the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London (by the 
Bishop of Reading, assisted by the Rev. 
William Herbert Seddon and the Rev. Beresford 
Potter, sons-in-law of the bride), on Thursday, 
26 January 1897, the Rev. Thomas John 
Williams, Rector of Waddesden and Vicar of 
Over Winchendon, co. Buckingham, Rural 
Dean of co. Buckingham, who died at Garden 
House, Cornwall Gardens, London, aged 68, 
on Sunday, 17 December 1899, and was bur. at 
Henllys, co. Montgomery, 



Frances Isabel, born at Worcester 22 May, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 16 June 1857; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Malvern (by the Rev. Francis Haden-Cope, the Vicar, assisted by the 
Rev. Richard Seddon, Rector of Evesbach, and the Rev. Richard Toller Seddon, father and 
brother of the bridegroom), on Thursday, 15 September 1881, the Rev. William Herbert Seddon 
(3rd son of the Rev. Richard Seddon of Pembridge, co. Hereford, by Catherine Priscilla his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Rowley, D.D.); born 15 June, bapt. at Pembridge 15 July 1855 ; 
of Brasenose College, O.xford, matriculated 20 January 1875, aged 19, Scholar 1875-78, B.A. 
1879, M.A. 1886; Vicar of Little Aston, co. Stafford, 1881-86, and Painswick, co. Gloucester, 
1886-90, Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's, Hatfield, co. Hertford, 1891-93, Chaplain Church 
Army 1893-96, and of St. Saviours' Homes, Hendon, co. Middlesex, 1896-97, and Vicar of 
Painswick since 1898. =?= 

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William Perrins of Preston 
Lodge, Ramsgate, co. Kent ; 
born at Worcester 2 April, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Worcester, 29 April 1825 ; 
died unmarried at Preston 
Lodge, Ramsgate, aged 
53, on Saturday, 6 April 
1878. Will proved at 
Canterbury 8 May 1878 by 
James Dyson Perrins of 
Davenham, Malvern, co. 
Worcester, the brother, the 
sole Exor. 



Thomas Henry Perrins of Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex ; born at 
Worcester 5 February, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Worcester, 9 March 
1827; died suddenly at 3r Belsize 
Crescent, Hampstead, aged 52, on 
Thursday, 13 March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Hampstead 18 March 
1879. Will dated 12 May 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 366, 79), 
7 April 1879, by James Dyson 
Perrins of Davenham, Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, the brother, the 
surviving Exor. 



=Amelia Hanbury, dau. of 
Hanbury Hopkins ; marr. at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 25 
August 1864; died at 8 Cross- 
field Road, Lancaster Road, 
Belsize Park, Hampstead, aged 
53, 21 December, bur. in the 
cemetery at Hampstead 26 
December 1882. Will dated 
8 November 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 162, 83) 24 
February 1883, by James 
Dyson Perrins of Davenham, 
Malvern, co. Worcester, and 
Margaret Ann Hopkins of 8 
Crossfield Road, spinster, the 
sister, two of the Exors. 



William Dyson Perrins, born at 
Williamstown, Victoria, Australia, 
2 August 1 866. 



Amelia Maude, born at Claines, co. 
Worcester, 29 May, bapt. there 13 
July 1869. 



I 
Alice Emily, born at 
Hampstead 25 De- 
cember 1870. 



Sarah Gertrude, bom at Worcester 2 December, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 28 December 
1858 ; marr. at the Priory Church, Great Malvern, 
CO. Worcester (by the Rev. Samuel George Potter, 
D.D., Vicar of St. Luke's, Sheffield, father of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Isaac Gregory 
Smith, Vicar of Malvern), on Wednesday, 22 June 
1 88 1, the Rev. Beresford Potter (son of the Rev. 
S. G. Potter, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Samuel 
MacGill of Crieve, Cookstown, co. Tyrone, J.P.) ; 
born at Stratford-on-Slaney Vicarage, co. Wicklow, 
23 May, bapt. at Stratford-on-Slaney 12 June 1853 ; 
M.A. of Trinity College, Dublin; Rector of St. 
Peter's, March, co. Cambridge, 1881-86, Vicar of 
Wellesbourne, co. Warwick, 1886-93, ^^^ o^ St. 
John the Baptist's, Clay Hill, Enfield, co. Middle- 
sex, 1893-95, Winter Chaplain at Assouan, Upper 
Egypt, 1896-97, and 1899-1900. 



Alice Mary, bom at Worcester 1 5 February, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 21 March 
i860; died 28 April, bur. at Claines, co. 
Worcester, 2 May i860. 



Ellen Mary, born at Worcester 1 1 August, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 17 Sep- 
tember 1861 ; marr. at Little Aston, co. 
Stafford (by the Rev. William Herbert 
Seddon, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. 
Beresford Potter, Rector of St. Peter's, 
March, brothers-in-law of the bride) on 
Thursday, 3 September 1885, Harry 
Edward Dixey (son of Charles Anderson 
Dixey, by Caroline Augusta his wife) ; bom 
26 August 1853; educated at Highgate ; 
M.D.Aberdeeni8Si,M.B.andC.M.i878. 



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Frederick Perrins, born at 
Worcester 17 June, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 
9 July 1828; died unmar- 
ried in September 1861. 



Mary Jane, born at Worcester 30 
June, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 
27 July 1831; marr. at Claines 24 May 
1859, Francis Bamitt of Woodside, 
near Worcester (son of John Bamitt 
of Birdforth Hall, co. York); born 10 
September 1833. =t= 



Charles Perrins, born at 
Worcester 3 October, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 
30 October 1833 ; died 
unmarried 9 March 1861, 
and bur. at Highgate. 



Charles William Dyson Perrins of Davenham,= 
CO. Worcester, and of Ardross, co. Ross; born 25 
May, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Worcester, 30 June 
1864; educated at Charterhouse and at Queen's 
College, O.xford, matriculated 23 October 1882, 
aged 18; formerly Captain 4th Battalion High- 
land Light Infantry (Militia) ; J. P. for co. 
Worcester, High Sheriff 1899, F.R.A.S. ; an 
Esquire of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. 



^Catherine Christina, 3rd dau. of Alexander 
Allan Gregory of Westwood, Inverness ; born 
2 July 1864; marr. at St. Giles' Cathedral, 
Edinburgh (by the Very Rev. James Cameron 
Lees, D.D., Dean of the Thistle and Chapel 
Royal, assisted by the Rev. Kenneth Alastair 
Mackenzie, LL.D., uncle of the bride), on 
Wednesday, 16 October 1889. 



James Allan Dyson 
Perrins, born at Ash- 
field, Great Malvern, 
on Thursday, 20 No- 
vember 1890, bapt. 
at the Priory Church, 
Great Malvern, 29 
January 1891. 



Charles Francis Dyson 
Perrins, born in Lon- 
don 23 March 1892, 
bapt. at the Priory 
Church, Great Mal- 
vern, 26 May 1893. 



Margaret Susan, 
born at Malvern 
7 December 1896, 
bapt. at the Priory 
Church, GreatMal- 
vern 28 January 
1897. 



John Stewart Dyson Perrins, 
born at the Royal Palace 
Hotel, Kensington, London, 
on Sunday, 27 November 
1898, bapt. at the Priory 
Church, Great Malvern, 24 
January 1899. 






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Cautile of HenMD, to. ^us5;c):. 



Adolphus Caudle of Henfield, co. Sussex; died at Henfield, aged= 
51, 3 January, bur. there 9 January 1862. Will dated 21 June 
1861, proved at Chichester 22 March 1862, by Robert Caudle of 
Lindfield, co. Sussex, the brother, and Charles Wisden of Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, the Exors. 




^^^^^^^^^-^^^2^;^^ 



^Eliza, youngest dau. 
of William Wisden, 
by Ann his vfife, dau. 
of William Home- 
wood of Plumpton, 
CO. Sussex; bom at 
Henfield 13 June, 
bapt. there 6 July 
1 8 1 7 ; marr. at Hen- 
field 22 April 1837 ; 
died at Henfield, 
aged 73, 10 April, 
bur. there 14 April 
1891. 

(See Wisden Pedigree, 
Vol. 3, page p.) 



Ann Eliza, bom at Henfield 
20 September 1837, bapt. 
there privately the same 
day, and received into the 
church at Henfield 19 
January 1838 ; died at 
Henfield, aged 7 months, 
7 May, bur. there ii May 
1838. 



Eliza, born at Henfield 5 January 1839, 
bapt. there 19 May 1840 ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, London, 22 November 1862, 
Charles FitzHenry Hill (son of Major 
Charles Popham Hill of Bonchurch, Isle 
of Wight) ; born at Caen, Normandy, 
3 September 1838. =j= 



Adolphus William Wisden 
Caudle of Henfield ; born 
at Henfield 8 March, 
bapt. there 19 May 1840; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 
1 86 1, formerly Surgeon- 
Lieutenant 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion Royal Sussex 
Regiment. 



Charles Edward= 
Caudle, born at 
Henfield 28 Feb- 
ruary 1842, bapt. 
there 9 June 
1850 ; died at 
Nazira, Assam, 
22 May 1 899, and 
bur. there. 



= Agnes, dau. of the Rev. 
Robert Gilbee Barton, 
Rector of Etchingham, co. 
Sussex, by Louisa Amelia 
his wife, dau. of William 
Partington Kent, Barrister- 
at-Law ; born 25 January, 
bapt. at Ore, co. Sussex, 
28 May 1857; marr. at 
Calcutta, India, 4 February 
1887 ; died at Assam 27 
January 1892, and bur. at 
Nazira, Assam. . . , \\ 



Ann Homewood, born 
at Henfield29 July 1843, 
bapt. there 9 June 1S50; 
marr. at Henfield 5 June 
1872, William West 
Thornton (son of Tho- 
masThomton of Brixton, 
CO. Surrey) ; born at Brix- 
ton 20 Aug., bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Kennington, co. 
Surrey, 5 Nov. 1845. 



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Jessie Louisa, born at 
Henfield 12 April, 
bapt. there 9 June 
1850; died unmarried 
at Henfield i July, 
bur. there 4 July 1 894. 
Adnion was granted 
at Chichester 28 July 
1894, to Annie Home- 
wood Thornton, wife 
of William West 
Thornton, the sister. 



Florence Jessie, born at Evelyn Blanche, born at Howard Charles Robert Caudle, 
Hathputy, Assam, 18 May Hathputy, Assam, 11 De- born at Hathputy, Assam, 31 De- 
1889. cember 1890. cember 1891. 




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121 




||j)ett of ^ainstoicfe 
House, to. (S^Ioucester. 



Rev. Henry Cay Adams, M.A.,= 
of Shrewsbury, co. Salop (eldest 
son of John Adams of Shrews- 
bury, by Grace his wife, dau. 
of John Cay, Judge of the 
Marshalsea) ; born at Shrews- 
bury 26 December, bapt. at 
St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 31 
December 1762; died 28 No- 
vember, bur. at Painswick, co. 
Gloucester, 2 December 1808. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms.— 
Argent, a lion rampant azure, on a chief 
indented sable, two roses of the field, 
barbed and seeded proper. 

Crest. — A castle proper, charged with 
four pellets in cross issuing therefrom a 
lion's head sable, in the mouth a rose 
gules, slipped proper. 

Motto. — Cor immobile. 



^Frances, dau. of Richard 
Marston of Willenhall, 
CO. Stafford, by Barbara 
his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Kirby of Bamborough 
Grange, co. York) ; 
marr. at Morville, co. 
Salop, 30 April 1793 ; 
died at Painswick, aged 
61, 3 January, bur. there 
10 January 1828. 



William Henry Hyett of Painswick House, Stroud, = 
CO. Gloucester; born 2 September, bapt. at St. 
Chad's, Shrewsbury, 31 October 1795; educated 
at Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1813, aged 18; J. P., D.L. 
and F.R.S., M.P. for Stroud 1832-35 ; assumed 
by Royal Licence, dated 5 August 18 13, the 
surname and arms of Hyett instead of that of Adams 
on succeeding to the estates of Benjamin Hyett, who 
died 21 June 18 10. He died at Painswick House, 
aged 81, on Saturday, 10 March, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Painswick 17 March 1877. 




^\nne Jane, 2nd dau. of Joseph Seyn>our 
Biscoe of Hempsted Court, co. Gloucester, 
by Stephana his wife, dau. of the Ven'''= 
John Law, Archdeacon of Rochester; born 
at Pendhill, co. Surrey, 17 November 1802; 
marr. at Hempsted 25 October 182 1 ; 
died at Painswick House, aged 82, on 
Monday, 12 October, bur. in the cemetery 
at Painswick 17 October 1885. Will 
dated 30 June 1873, with codicil dated 
26 March 1877, proved at Gloucester 17 
November 1885, by Francis Adams Hyett 
of Painswick House, co. Gloucester, the 
son, one of the Exors. 



Henry Adams Frances Stephana, born at Painswick House on Monday, 13 September 1824, 

Hyett, born bapt. there privately the same day (baptism registered at Painswick) ; marr. at 

at Painswick Painswick 15 May 1856, Sebastian Stewart Dickinson of Brown's Hill, Stroud 

House29june, (son of Thomas Dickinson, Chief Engineer Bombay East India Co.'s Service, 

bapt. at Pains- by Catherine his wife, dau. of Major-General Josiah Dean of Mount Row, 

wick 21 July Shoreditch, London); born at Bombay, India, 25 March 18 15; died at Brown's 

1823; died 21 Hill, Stroud, aged 63, on Friday, 23 August, bur. in the cemetery at Painswick 

Nov., bur. at 29 August 1878. Will dated 12 June 1878, proved at Gloucester 27 September 

Painswick 25 1878, by Frances Stephana Dickinson, the relict, and Frances May Dickinson, 

Nov. 1823. the daughter, both of Brown's Hill, co. Gloucester, two of the Exors. She died 

at Appleton Hall, co. York, aged 69, on Saturday, 23 December, and was bur. 

in the cemeteryat Painswick 28 December 1893. Will dated 22 December 1893, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 179, 94) 13 February 1894, by Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 

Frances May Dickinson Berry and Annie Josephine Dickinson, the Exors. 



I 



Rev. John Adams, born at Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, 1 1 January, bapt. 
at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 2 April 
1797; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 January 181 6, aged 
19, B.A. 182 1 ; died unmarried, 
aged 24, 21 July, bur. at Pains- 
wick, CO. Gloucester, 26 July 1821. 



Sarah, bom at Shrewsbury 15 
November, bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 26 December 1798; 
died 5 April 1799, and bur. at 
Shrewsbur)'. 



Sarah, born at Shrewsbury 27 
July, bapt. at the Abbey 
Church, Shrewsbury, 17 Sep)- 
tember 1800; marr. at St. Mary 
de Lode, Gloucester, 2 March 
1819, James Woodbridge 
Walters of Barnwood House, 
CO. Gloucester ; died at the 
Brunswick Hotel, Jermyn 
Street, London, aged 59, on 
Monday, 28 June, bur. in a 
vault at Barnwood Church 5 
July 1852. M.L She died at 
Orleans, France, 18 September 
1824, and was bur. there. 



I 

Mary Clementina, bom 
17 March 1803, bapt. 
privately 14 October 
1 804 (baptism registered 
at St. Chad's, Shrews- 
bury) ; marr. Samuel 
Moulton Barrett of 
Carlton Hall, near Rich- 
mond, CO. York, ^LP. 
for Richmond ; died 23 
December 1837. She 
died s.p. in Jamaica, 
West Indies, 3 June 
1 8.-, I. 



William Henry Adams Hyett, 
born at Rome 14 December 
1825, and bapt. there ; educated 
at Eton and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 May 
1844, aged 18; of the Inner 
Temple 1846; died unmarried at 
Torquay, co. Devon, aged 24, i 
September, bur. at Tor Mohun, 
Torquay, 10 September 1850. 
Will dated 27 September 1847, 
proved (P.C.C., 893, 50) 7 De- 
cember 1850, by William Henry 
Hyett, the father, the sole Exor. 



Josephine, born at Painswick 
House on Saturday, 4 October, 
bapt. at Painswick 4 No- 
vember 1828; died unmarried 
at Kingillie House, co. Inver- 
ness, 25 August 1854, and 
bur. in the vault of the Biscoe 
family in the old churchyard at 
Kirkhill, co. Inverness. 



Mary Clementina, born at 
Painswick House on Thursday, 
2 Februar)', bapt. at Painswick 
9 March 1832. 



John Biscoe Hyett, born 
at Painswick House 29 
June, bapt. at Painswick 
4 August 1S35 ; died at 
Painswick 1 1 February, bur. 
there 16 February 1837. 



Annie Grace, bom at Pains- 
wick House 29 January, 
bapt. at Painswick iS 
February 1837. 



Sarah Jane, born at Painswick 
House, CO. Gloucester, 28 
September, bapt. at Pains- 
wick 29 October 1840; died 
unmarried, aged 2 1, at 12 West 
Mall, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
15 March, bur. at Clifton 
Parish Church 20 March 1862. 



Stephana Inglis, born at Pains- 
wick House 27 December 
1842, bapt. at Painswick 17 
April 1843. 



Francis Adams Hyett of Painswick= 
House ; born at Painswick House 
18 November 1844, bapt. at Pains- 
wick 7 January 1845; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1868; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 5 April 1869, 
called to the Bar 26 January 1872 ; 
J. P. for CO. Gloucester and Deputy 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions. 



=Ellen Maria, 4th dau. of 
Charles Carpenter of 45 
Brunswick Square, Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, formerly 
of Moditonham, co. 
Cornwall, by Sophia his 
wife, dau. of Thomas 
Wilson ; born at Wal- 
thamstow, co. Essex ; 
marr. at Hove Parish 
Church, CO. Sussex (by 
the Rev. E. Carpenter, 
assisted by the Rev. E. 
Akinson), on Tuesday, 1 2 
July 1870. 



Ida Grace, born at 13 Hereford Square, 
London, on Sunday, 30 November 1873, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, South Kensington, 
London, 7 January 1874. 



Minna Frances Annie, born at 13 Hereford 
Square, London, on Saturday, 2 January, 
bapt. at Painswick 7 February 1875 ! died 
at 19 Campden Hill Road, Kensington, 
aged 9, on Sunday, 3 February, bur in the 
cemetery at Painswick 8 February 1884. 



Margaret Ellen, born at Painswick House on 
Tuesday, 5 September, bapt. at Painswick 6 
October 1876. 

Lucy Carpenter, born at Painswick House on 
Sunday, 8 September, bapt. at Painswick 4 
October 1878. 

Violet Adams, born at Painswick House on 
Monday, 10 September, bapt. at Painswick 13 
October 18S3. 




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F-i?-H^€TT. 



lEolton of i^etDbourne, to. g)uffolfe. 



Samuel Wolton of Newbourne, co. Suffolk (son of John Wolton of Newboume, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas Hyem); bom 4 March 1782; marr. Deborah, 
dau. of Thomas Roberts of Kirton, co. Suffolk; died, aged 71, 28 December 
1863, bur. at Newbourne 4 January 1864. M.I. He died, aged 93, S 
January, and was bur. at Newbourne 9 January 1875. M.I. 



Deborah, born at 
Newbourne, and 
bapt. there 27 
November 1814 ; 
died on Wednes- 
day, 22 March, bur. 
at Newbourne 28 
March 1893. M.I. 
Will dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1889, proved 
at Ipswich 29 April 
1893, by Horace 
Wolton, the brother, 
the sole Exor. 



Samuel Wolton of Kesgrave, and= 
afterwards of Butley Abbey, co. 
Suffolk ; born at Newbourne 22 
January, bapt. there 16 February 
181 7; died, aged 72, i May, bur. 
at Butley 6 May 1889. M.I. Will 
dated 31 January 1889, proved at 
Ipswich 12 June 1889, by Frederick 
Samuel Lewin of Wantisden Hall, 
Wickham Market, co. Suffolk, and 
Cordy Samuel Wolton of Ixworth, 
CO. Suffolk, and William Roberts 
Wolton of Butley, the sons, the 
Exors. 



=Anne, dau. of Charles Cordy of 
Trimley, co. Suffolk, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of John Keer; born at 
Trimley 30 December 1825, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at Trimley 9 
February 1847 ; died, aged 73, 
12 February, bur. at Butley 16 
February 1899. M.I. Adirion 
was granted at Ipswich 26 May 
1899, to William Roberts Wolton 
of West Garth, St. John's Road, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, the son, one 
of the next of kin. 



Annie Maria, born at Kesgrave 9 Oct., bapt. there 7 Nov. 
1S53 ; marr. at Butley 22 Oct. 1873, Charles John Lewin of 
Wantisden, co. Suffolk (son of John Lewin of Wantisden 
Hall) ; born at HoUesley, co. Suffolk, 14 May, bapt. there 
6 Sept. 1844. She died, aged 35, 15 May, and was bur. at 
Butley 19 May 1888. M.I. He marr. andly at Ormesby St. 
Michael, co. Norfolk, 27 Jan. 1891, Lilian Helen, dau. of 
James Read of Toft Monks, co. Norfolk ; born at Aldeby, 
CO. Norfolk, 26 Oct. 1865, bapt. there 28 Jan. 1866. He 
died, aged 49, 18 Sept., and was bur. at Butley 23 Sept. 
1893. M.I. Admon granted at Ipswich 14 Nov. 1893, to 
Frederick Samuel Lewin, the brother and next of kin. 



I 



Mary Amanda, born at Kesgrave 2 Jan., bapt. there 26 Jan. 
1855 ; marr. at Butley 2 May 1882, the Rev. Edward Miller 
(son of Robert Miller of Ipswich); born at Ipswich 13 April 
1848, and bapt. there; educated at Ipswich Grammar School 
and at London College of Divinity; Rector of St. Andrew's, 
Greenstead, Colchester, co. Essex, since 1897. 



Cordy SamueU 
Wolton of Ix- 
worth, CO. Suf- 
folk ; born at 
Kesgrave 1 
January, bapt. 
there 30 Jan- 
uary 1857; 
J. P. for CO. 
Suffolk. 



:Lucy, 2nd dau. 
of Manfred Bid- 
dell of Playford, 
CO. Suffolk, by 
Sarah Lucy his 
wife, dau. of 
Arthur Blencowe 
of Shimpling- 
thorne, co. Suf- 
folk ; born on 
Tuesday, 4 June, 
bapt. at Playford 
4 August 1861 ; 
marr. there i o 
June 1884. 

(See Pedigree of 

Bidden, Vol. J, 

page g8.) 



Kathleen, born at 
Ixworth 24 April, 
bapt. there 12 July 
1885. _ 

IMargaret, born at 
Ixworth 26 March, 
bapt. there 29 May 
1887. 



Owen Bidden Wolton, 
born at Ixworth 1 1 
April, bapt. there 17 
June 1888. 

Sybil, born at Ixworth 

20 August, bapt. there 

21 September 1889. 



Hubert Cordy Wolton, born 
at Ixworth, co. Suffolk, 21 
August, bapt. at Lxworth 
Thorpe 1 7 September 1 890. 



Hilda, born 25 September, 
died 25 October, bur. at 
Ixworth 29 October 1891. 



Eric Donald Wolton, 
born 25 March, bapt. 
at Ixworth 19 April 
1896. _ 

Wilfrid Roy Wolton, 
born 1 1 June, bapt. at 
I.wvorth 12 July 1897. 



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Ellen, born at Newbourne, co. 
Suffolk, and bapt. there 6 De- 
cember 1S17. 

Catharine, born at Newbourne, 
and bapt. there 19 March 
1820; died at Hill House, St. 
John's, Woodbridge, co. Suf- 
folk, three hours after her sister 
Deborah, on Wednesday, 22 
March, bur. at Newbourne 28 
March 1893. M.I. Will dated 
16 March 1886, proved at Ips- 
wich 20 May 1893, t>y Amelia 
Smyth, the sister, the sole 
lExecutrix. 



Amelia, born at Newbourne, and 
bapt. there 28 October 1821 ; 
marr. at Kesgrave, co. Suffolk, 21 
July 1865, the Rev. Joshua Smyth, 
Vicar of Keyingham, co. York, for 54 
years; marr. istly Hannah Collinson, 
who died, aged 75, 24 October, and was 
bur. at Keyingham 28 October 1864. 
M.I. He died at Colchester, co. Esse.x, 
aged 86, 14 March, bur. there 20 March 
1878. M.I. Will dated 31 October 
1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 262, 78) 29 
March 1878, by Emma Smyth of 31 
The Green, Stoke Newington, co. Mid- 
dlesex, spinster, the daughter, one of 
the Executrixes. =r 



I I 
Sophia, born at New- 
bourne, and bapt. 
there 20 July 1822; 
died, aged 15, 30 
April, bur. at New- 
bourne 16 May 1839. 
M.I. _ 

Sarah, born at New- 
bourne, and bapt. 
there 27 February 
1824 ; died, aged 18, 
27 February, bur. at 
Newbourne 3 March 
1843. M.I. 



Amanda, born at Newbourne 28 
May, bapt. there 3 June 1826; 
died in London 5 March, bur. 
at Newbourne 9 March 1869. 
M.I. _ 

Herman Wolton, born at New- 
bourne ; died 15 December, 
bur. at Newbourne 18 De- 
cember 1834. M.I. 



Horace Wolton=Catharine, youngest dau. of Francis Cupiss 
of Ipswich, for- of Diss, co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife, 
merly of New- dau. of William Biddell {See Pedigree of 
bourne Hall ; Biddell, Vol. j, page gj); born at Diss 5 Sep- 
born at New- tember, bapt. there 16 September 1836; 
bourne, and marr. at Diss (by the Rev. Charles Robertson 
bapt. there 14 Manning, assisted by the Rev. Thomas William 
June 1830. Thompson, Vicar of Tibbenham, and the 

Rev. Edward Batt Backhouse, Vicar of North- 
wood) on Thursday, 12 September 1895. 



Ellen Gertrude, born at Kesgrave 7 Aug., 
bapt. there 21 Sept. 1859; marr. at But- 
ley, CO. Suffolk, 18 April 1883, Frederick 
Samuel Lewin of Holbrook, co. Suffolk 
(son of John Lewin of Wantisden Hall); 
born at HoUesley, co. Suffolk, 23 March, 
bapt. there 4 Sept. 1846. 

Catharine Florence, born at Kesgrave 
3 June, bapt. there 6 July 1862; marr. 
at Osaka, Japan, 31 March 1892, the 
Rev. Charles Theodore Warren (son of 
the Ven'''* Charles Frederick Warren, 
Archdeacon of Osaka, Japan); born 23 
March 1866; of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1890; Missionary at 
Osaka since 1899. 



William Roberts= 
Wolton, born at 
Kesgrave 20 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 
16 November 
1864. 



=Georgina Fanny, 
dau. of the Rev. 
James Aaron 
Clowes, Rector of 
Boyton, co. Suf- 
folk, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Tho- 
mas Eyles; born 
at Westleton, co. 
Suffolk, 30 Nov. 
1866, bapt. there 
13 Jan. 1867; 
marr. at St. 
Michael's, Ips- 
wich 13 June 
1892. 



Edith Deborah, 
born at Kesgrave 
2 1 September, 
bapt. there 19 
December 1867. 



Eva Maude, born 
at Kesgrave 14 
March, and bapt. 
there i Septem- 
ber 1869. 



Joyce EHzabeth, 
born at Ipswich 23 
September, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, 
Ipswich, 28 Oc- 
tober 1893. 



Barbara Geraldine, 
born at Ipswich 15 
October, bapt. at 
St. John's, Ipswich, 
6 November 1894. 



Richard Nigel 
Wolton, born at 
Ipswich 20 June, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Ipswich, 2 August 
1896. 



128 



Judith Ann, born 
at Ipswich 26 
November 1897, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Ipswich, 9 Jan- 
uary 1898. 



Hugh Roberts 
Wolton, born at 
Ipswich 2 Dec, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Ipswich, 
23 Dec. 1899. 







l|atoort})'^ootl) of Uttllbanfe 

3|ouse anil 3Rotolston HalL 

€ast 3^tliing, to. gorfe. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent, three boar's heads erect and erased 
sable. 

Crest. — A St. Catherine, robed and 
crowned as a queen, kneeling in prayer, in 
the dexter hand a Catherine wheel, in the 
sinister a sword, point downwards. 

Motto. — Quod ero spero. 



Adrian Hardy Haworth (2nd son of= 
Benjamin Haworth by Anne his wife, 
sole surviving child and heiress of John 
Booth, Alderman and Mayor of Hull, 
grandson and heir of John Booth of Kil- 
lingholme, co. Lincoln); born 19 April 
1768; F.L.S. and Member of various 
Foreign Societies ; Author of the " Lepi- 
doptera Britannica," 1803, and other 
works on Botany and Natural History; 
marr. as his 2nd wife in September 1805, 
Amy, dau. of Captain Bones, R.N., by 
whom he had issue. She died, aged 41, lo 
December 181 3, and was bur. at Cotting- 
ham, CO. York. He marr. 3rdly in 181 9, 
Elizabeth Maria Combs, by whom he had 
issue. He died at Chelsea, London, 24 
August 1833, and was bur. at Chelsea. 
Will dated 10 February 1826, proved 
(P.C.C., 634 Farquhar) 5 October 1833, 
by Elizabeth Maria Haworth, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



:Eliza Sidney, 
dau. of Cap- 
tain Henry 
Cumbrey of 
Holbeach, co. 
Lincoln ; marr. 
17 May 1792 ; 
died, aged 34, 
in 1803. ist 
wife. 



Adrian Haworth, 
born in 1793 ; 
Lieutenant R.N.; 
died unmarried, 
aged 25, I Octo- 
ber, bur. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington,Lon- 
. don, I October 
1818. _ 

Elizabeth, born 
in 1795 ; died in 
infancy. 



Benjamin Haworth of Hull-= 
bank House and Rowlston 
Hall, East Riding, co. York ; 
born at Chelsea 3 Oct. 1796; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1820, M.A. 
1824; J.P. and D.L. for the 
East Riding of co. York ; 
succeeded to the estates and 
manors of his uncle, Ben- 
jamin Blaydes Haworth, born 
27 June 1763, Sheriff of 
Hull 1803, and died un- 
married 18 Dec. 1836; died, 
in his 72nd year, on Sunday, 
29 March, bur. at Cottingham 
3 April 1868. Will dated 16 
June i860, proved at York 
II May 1868, by Theresa 
Haworth of Hullbank House 
and of Rowlston Hall, co. 
York, the sole Executrix. 




^Theresa, 2nd dau. and co- 
heiress of Professor Arneman 
of Gottingen, by Sarah Calvert 
his wife; born 17 April 1800; 
succeeded to the Rowlston 
Estate on the death of her 
aunt, Susannah Brough, 
widow of William Brough of 
Rowlston, and Hedon Mar- 
shall of the Admiralty, 22 
Jan. 1822 ; marr. at Mapple- 
ton, Holderness, co. York, 22 
Aug. 1822; died at Hullbank 
House, in her 80th year, on 
Tuesday, 2 March, bur. at 
Cottingham 6 March 1880. 
Will dated 10 April 1876, 
proved at York 16 April 
1880, by Benjamin Blaydes 
Haworth-Booth of Derwent 
Bank, Malton, co. York, and 
Edward Calvert Arneman 
Haworth, late Captain 17th 
Lancers, the sons, the Exors. 



Frances, born 
in 1799; marr. 
in 1826; died 
s.p. IS Sep- 
tember 1859. 



Caroline, born 
in 1800, and 
died unmar- 
ried in 1823. 



129 



Colonel Benjamin Blaydes Haworth-Boolh of Hullbank= 
House and Rowlston, East Riding, co. York ; born at 
Rowlston 7 June, bapt. at Mapleton, co. York, 25 June 
1823; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and 25th 
Wrangler 1846, M.A. 1849 ; a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 20 April 1846, called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 8 June 1849, a Member of the Northern Circuit; 
Lieut. -Colonel Commandant ist Brigade Yorkshire 
Artillery Volunteers 1861-1878; J.P. and D.L. for the 
North and East Ridings, co. York, Alderman of the 
East Riding County Council, Vice-Chairman of the 
Yorkshire Salmon Fishery Conservators ; by Royal 
Licence dated 6 July 1869, in pursuance of his father's 
will, he and his issue were authorised to assume the name 
of Booth in addition to and after that of Haworth ; 
succeeded to the Hullbank and Rowlston Estates and 
Manors on the death of his mother, 2 March 1880. 



Cordelia, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Fitz- 
gerald Wintour, Rector of Barton, 
CO. Nottingham, and Prebendary 
of Southwell, by Jane Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. of Marmaduke 
Dayrell of Shudy Camps Park, co. 
Cambridge; born at Barton 27 May, 
bapt. there 29 August 1834; marr. 
at Barton (by the Hon'''' and Rev. 
Stephen Lawley, Rector of Escrick, 
CO. York, her cousin, assisted by 
the Rev. Fitzgerald Wintour, Rector 
of High Hoyland, co. York, her 
brother) 28 July 1853. 



Edith Mildred Cordelia, born at 13 
Norfolk Street, Park Lane, London, 1 1 
September 1855, and bapt. privately 
(baptism registered at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London) ; marr. at 
Malton, CO. York, 19 January i88i, 
George Henry Cammell of Brookfield 
Manor, co. Derby (3rd son of Charles 
Cammell of Norton Hall and Brookfield 
Manor, co. Derby, and Ditcham Park, 
CO. Hants, J. P., by Mary Anne his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Rollason of Erdington, 
CO. Warwick); born 12 December 1851, 
bapt. at Norton, co. Derby, 19 February 
1852 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875; J.P. 
for CO. Derby. =j= 



Benjamin Booth Haworth-= 
Booth of Rowlston Hall ; 
born at 13 Norfolk Street, 
Park Lane, London, i Jan. 
1857, and bapt. privately 
(baptism registered at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London); educated at Eton 
and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1880 ; 
Barrister-at-Law of the In- 
ner Temple; J.P. and D.L. 
for the East Riding of co. 
York, Captain and Hon. 
Major Yorkshire Militia 
Artillery 1891. 



=Margaret Jemima, 2nd 
dau. of George William 
Lumsden of Balharry, 
CO. Perth, by Jane 
Montgomery Lang his 
wife ; born at Glasgow 
13 Nov. 1859 ; marr. 
at St. Margaret's Epis- 
copal Church, Meigle, 
CO. Perth (by the Ven'>'= 
Anthony Stocker Aglen, 
Incumbent of Alyth 
and Meigle), on Thurs- 
day, 14 Sept. 1882. 



130 



Edward Calvert= 
Arneman Haworth, 
born at Rowlston, 
CO. York, 27 July, 
bapt. at Mapleton, 
CO. York, 30 July 
1 824; formerly Cap- 
tain 17 th Lancers. 



=Julia Caroline, 2nd dau. of 
Edward Stanley Curwen of 
Workington Hall, co. Cum- 
berland, J. P. and D.L., by 
Frances Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Edward Jesse of 
Hampton Court, co. Middle- 
sex, by Matilda his wife, 
3rd dau. of Sir John Morris, 
Bart, of Clasemont, co. Gla- 
morgan; born in 1839; marr. 
3 August 1857. 



Theresa Louisa, born at Rowlston 23 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Mapleton 15 October 1828; 
died unmarried at Hullbank, co. York, on 
Sunday, 6 June, bur. at Cottingham, co. 
York, 10 June 1852. 



Caroline, born at Rowlston on Wednesday, 
10 March, bapt. at Mapleton 12 April 
1830; marr. at Hoxton, co. Middlesex, 21 
October 1858, Isaac Grainger Rex, who 
died s.p., aged 64, 18 December, and was 
bur. at Garforth, co. York, 20 December 1 89 1 . 



Matilda Hebe, born at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 14 September 1864; marr. at 
St. Andrew and St. Mary Magdalene's, 
Maidenhead, co. Berks (by the Rev. 
Frederick Roberts Blatch, Vicar of 
Homerton, co. Middlesex, cousin of 
the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
Thomas Russell Wright of Purbeck 
College, Swanage, co. Dorset), on Mon- 
day, 3 August 1896, Thornton Andrews 
of Maidenhead ; born at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 5 May 
1843- =r 

As 



Henry Eldred= 
Haworth, born 
at Brighton 19 
October 1865. 



Thomas Eldred Curwen Haworth, 
born at Rowlston, Durlston Road, 
Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 16 April 1896. 



=Annie, dau. of 
Charles Ellyard of 
Hull, CO. York, by 
Christiana his wife, 
dau. of William 
Willis ; born 2 1 
Sept. 1861 ; marr. 
at Richmond, co. 
Surrey (by the 
Rev. Ernest Bel- 
lamy), on Satur- 
day, 16 Feb. 1895. 



Winifred Agnes 
Geraldine, born 
31 May 1871, and 
bapt. at Mapleton. 



Edward Arneman 
Haworth, born at 
St. Firmin, France 
25 April 1875. 



Cordelia Musgrave, born at 
Sussex Villa, Bracknell, co. 
Berks, on Wednesday, 3 May 
1899. 



Geraldine Theresa, born at Fort Hall, Burlington Quay, co. York, 
26 August, bapt. at Burlington Quay 19 September 1859; marr. at 
St. John's, Newland, co. York (by the Rev. Fitzgerald Wintour, 
Rector of High Hoyland, co. York, uncle of the bride, and the 
Rev. Joseph Malet Lambert, LL.D., the Vicar), on Wednesday, 8 
October 1884, as his 2nd wife, Charles David Wilson Cammell of 
The Hall, Huttons Ambo, co. York (eldest son of Charles Cammell 
of Norton Hall and Brookfield Manor, co. Derby, and of Ditchani 
Park, CO. Hants, J. P., by Mary Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Rollason of Erdington, co. Warwick); born in 1847; formerly 
Lieutenant i8th Hussars. He marr. istly in 1873, Florence Annie, 
dau. of Major Thomas Light Elwon, J. P., of Cleveland House, 
CO. York, by whom he had issue three daughters. 



Percy Marvell Haworth, 
born at Fort Hall, 
Burlington Quay 20 
February, bapt. at Bur- 
lington Quay 20 March 
1S62; died at Derwent 
Bank, Malton, co. York, 
12 October, bur. in 
Malton Cemetery 15 
October 1868. 



A 



Francis Fitzgerald Haworth Booth,= 
born at Malton, co. York, i8 May, 
bapt. there 9 June 1864; Lieu- 
tenant R.N., 21 June 1887, Flag- 
Lieutenant to Admiral Claude 
Edward Buckle at Queenstown, 
Commander 31 December 1899; 
served in Egyptian Expedition 1882 
(medal and bronze star); J. P. for 
the East Riding, co. York, 1900. 



^Constance Isabel, eldest 
dau. of Major-General 
Charles Wilson Moore ; 
born 27 June 1861 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Waterlooville, co. Hants 
(by the Rev. Charles 
McComas, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 2 Novem- 
ber 1893. 



Francis Adrian Blaydes 
Haworth-Booth, born 
at St. Leonard's, New- 



land, CO. 
Tuesday, 
bapt. at 
Newland, 
1894. 



York, on 
28 August, 
St. John's, 
4 October 



Osbert Moore Haworth-Booth, born 
at Willmont House, Queenstown, 
CO. Cork, on Wednesday, 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1895, bapt. at Queenstown 26 
January 1896. 

Constance Cordelia, born at i Park 
Place, Stoke, Devonport, co. Devon, 
on Tuesday, 29 January 1901. 



Violet Louisa, born at Burlington 
Quay, CO. York, on Monday, 15 
January 1866 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Newland, co. York (by 
the Rev. Joseph Malet Lambert, 
LL.D., assisted by the Rev. 
Francis Harrison, Rector of 
North Wraxall, co. Wilts), on 
Wednesday, 4 December 1889, 
John Walmesley of Lucknam, 
CO. Wilts, and The Hall of 
Ince, CO. Lancaster (only son of 
Richard Walmesley of Lucknam 
and of The Hall of Ince, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff for co. 
Wilts 1877) ; born in 1861 ; 
J.P. for CO. Wilts. 



I 



Lilian Theodora, born at Der- 
■went Bank, Malton, 25 May, 
bapt. at Malton 25 June 1867. 



Adrian Robert Haworth-Booth, 
born at Malton on Tuesday, 18 
August 1868 ; educated at 
Eton and Sandhurst ; Lieu- 
tenant and Acting Adjutant 48th 
(Northamptonshire) Regiment ; 
died unmarried at Bangalore, 
India, 6 July 1895. 



Digby Clifton Haworth-Booth= 
of The Elms, High Harrogate, 
CO. York ; born at Malton on 
Friday, 1 1 October, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, Malton, 5 De- 
cember 1872; educated at 
Eton. 



=Maude, only dau. of Charles 
Gorham Howard of Newland, 
by Anne Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Captain John Henry 
Skipworth of Howsham, co. 
Lincoln; born at Scarborough 
Terrace, Hull, co. York, 19 
May, bapt. at All Saints', Hull 
(by the Rev. Canon Walsham), 
22 June 1871 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Newland (by the Rev. 
George Broadley Howard, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by 
the Rev. William Williams), 
on Monday, 26 August 1895. 



Michael Haworth-Booth, 
born at Newland on Wed- 
nesday, 8 July, bapt. at 
St. John's, Newland, 11 
August 1896. 



Rosamond, born at Newland, 
Hull, on Thursday, 7 April 
1898, bapt. at St. John's, New- 
land, I May 1898. 



Robin Howard Haworth-Booth, 
born at The Elms, High Harro- 
gate, on Saturday, 4 November, 
bapt. at Mapleton, Holderness, 
CO. York, 22 December 1899. 




132 



iHorrts of gorfe. 



Arms. — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Gules, a lion rampant reguardant or, Elystan; 

2nd and 3rd, Argent, three boars' heads couped sable, Cadwgan. 
Crest. — A lion rampant reguardant or. 
Mottoes. — Marte et man faventibus ; Above the crest : Gwell Angan na chwiydd. 



Rear-Admiral Henry Gage Morris of Charmouth, co.= 
Dorset, and of Keldgate House, Beverley, co. York 
(youngest son of Roger Morris of Washington 
Heights, Manhattan Island, State of New York, 
U.S.A., Colonel in the British Army, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Frederick Philipse of The Manor House 
[now Town Hall], Yonkers, near New York) ; born 
27 March 1770 ; Rear-Admiral R.N. ; died at 
Beverley, in his 8ist year, on Monday, 24 November, 
bur. at Beverley Minster 28 November 1851. 




=Rebecca Newenham Millerd, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Francis Orpen, Vicar of 
Kilgarvan, co. Kerry, and Rector of 
Dulgorney and Douglas, co. Cork, by 
Susannah his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Hugh Millerd of Monard, co. Cork, 
Alderman of Cork; bom 21 August 1784; 
marr. by licence in Douglas Chapel, in 
the parish of Carrigaline, co. Cork, 30 
January 1805; died at Bridlington Quay, 
CO. York, aged go, 7 March, bur. in 
Beverley Minster 11 March 1875. Will 
dated 15 October 1867, proved at York 
9 April 1875, by Maria Susannah Morris 
of Bridlington Quay, co. York, the 
daughter, one of the Exors. 



Maria Susanna, born at 
Cove of Cork (now 
Queenstown) 12 June 
1 806; died at Bridlington 
Quay,co. York, in her 82nd 
year, on Monday, 12 De- 
cember, bur. at Beverley 
Minster 15 December 
1887. Will dated 16 April 
1875, with two codicils 
dated respectively 5 De- 
cember 1884 and 24 April 
1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 
62, 88) 10 January 1888, 
by the Rev. Adolphus 
Philipse Morris of Leeds 
Vicarage, Maidstone, co. 
Kent, the brother, the sole 
Exor. 

Emily, born 22 December 
1808; died at Cork in 
1810. 



Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a distinguished= 
Naturalist ; born at Cove of Cork (now Queens- 
town) 25 March 1810, and bapt. there privately the 
next day ; educated at Bromsgrove School and at 
Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 17 June 
1829, aged 19, B.A. 1834; Vicar of Nafferton, co. 
York, 1844-54, Chaplain to the Duke of Cleveland 
1844, and Rector of Nunburnholme, co. York, 1854 
till his death; J. P. for East Riding, co. York; 
Author of "A History of British Birds" (6 vols.), 
"Nests and Eggs of British Birds" (3 vols.), 
"British Butterflies" (i vol.), "British Moths" 
(4 vols.), " The County Seats of British Noblemen 
and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland," and 
various other works ; died at Nunburnholme, aged 
82, on Friday, 10 February, bur. there 15 February 
1893. Will dated 24 August 1882, proved at York 
22 June 1893, by Mary Cornelia Morris, the 
Executrix. 



=Anne, 2nd dau. 
and coheiress of 
Charles Sanders 
of Bromsgrove, 
CO. Worcester ; 
born at Broms- 
grove 6 Nov. 
1 809, bapt. there 
7 Oct. i8i2 ; 
marr. at Broms- 
grove I Jan. 
1835 ; died at 
Nunburnholme 
Rectory, aged 
67, on Thurs- 
day, 26 April, 
bur. at Nun- 
burnholme 30 
April 1877. 



Amherst Henry Gage Morris= 
of Nunburnholme ; born at 
Doncaster 6 November 1836, 
bapt. at Cantley, co. York, 4 
June 1837; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
9 February i860, aged 23 ; 
formerly Lieutenant East 
York Militia. 



=Maud Maria, 3rd dau. of Colonel Charles John Kemeys-Tynte 
of Halswell, co. Somerset, and of Cefn Mably, co. Glamorgan, 
M.P. for West Somerset and for Bridgwater, F.R.S., by Vincentia 
his 2nd wife, 3rd dau. of Wallop Brabazon of Rath House, co. 
Louth ; marr. at St. Matthias', Torquay, co. Devon (by the Rev. 
Sir Frederick Gore Ouseley, Bart., Vicar of St. Michael's, 
Tenbury, co. Worcester, assisted by the Rev. Marmaduke 
Morris, M.A., then Vicar of Newton-on-Ouse, co. York, brother 
of the bridegroom), on Thursday, 23 July 1885. 

133 



Admiral Henry Gage Morris, R.N.; born 22 
NovemberiSii; joined H.M.S. "Glasgow" 
3 July 1826, Sub-Lieutenant 1830, served 
at Battle of Navarino 1827, and in China 
1842, Captain 10 May 1856, retired 
Admiral 27 March 1885; Author of 
" Forty-five Predictions of the Old Testa- 
ment," 1855; died at 21 Queen Anne's 
Gate, Westminster, London, aged 79, on 
Wednesday, 2 1 January, bur. at Runwell, 
CO. Essex, 26 January 1891. Will dated 
5 September 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
176, 91) 25 February 1891, by the Rev. 
Adolphus Philipse Morris of Leeds Vicar- 
age, Maidstone, co. Kent, the brother, 
one of the Exors. 



Frederick Philipse Morris= 
of Orchardleigh, Belve- 
dere, CO. Kent; born 28 
November 1814, and bapt. 
at Cove of Cork (now 
Queenstown) ; of Worces- 
ter College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 13 June 1833, 
aged 18, Scholar of Lincoln 
College 1836-38, B.A. 
1838, M.A. 1841 ; Bar- 
rister-at-Law of the Middle 
Temple 15 June 1S40. 



=Mary, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Knox, 
D.D., of Tunbridge, 
CO. Kent, and Rector 
of Runwell and Rams- 
den Grays, co. Essex ; 
born 15 July 1824; 
marr. at Runwell 27 
Aug. 1861 ; died 12 
Dec, bur. at Runwell 
17 Dec. 1878. 



Emily Gordon Newenham, born 
at Bromsgrove, co. Worcester ; 
died at Nafferton Vicarage, co. 
York, aged 11, 5 June, bur. at 
Nafferton 7 June 1847. 



Mary Cornelia, born at Ordsall 
Rectory, co. Nottingham, 13 
January 1838. 



Lieut.-Colonel Reginald Frank Morris= 
of Beverley House, Clifton, co. York ; 
born at Ordsall Rectory i September 
1839, and bapt. at Armthorpe, co. 
York; Lieut.-Colonel Royal Engineers; 
served in Abysinnian Expedition 
1868, in charge of the water arrange- 
ments at Koomaylee (mentioned 
in despatches 30 June 1868, medal); 
retired i October 1892. 



=Georgiana Susan, 
2nd dau. of Colo- 
nel Sherard, Judge 
Advocate General 
in India ; born at 
Madras, India, 21 
May 1853 ; marr. 
at St. Mark's, Ban- 
galore, India, 6 
November 1875. 



Mabel Jessie, born at Trichi- Violet Edith, born at 

nopoly, Madras, India, 13 Cuddalore, India, 5 March, 

September, bapt. there 6 bapt. at St. Thome, Madras, 

November 1876. 4 April 1879. 



Reginald Owen Morris, born at York 
on Wednesday, 3 March, bapt. at 
Newton-on-Ouse, co. York, 10 May 
1886. 



Rose Ellen Elizabeth, born at Ordsall 
Rectory 13 April, bapt. there 24 June 
1841 ; marr. at Nunburnholme, co. York 
(by the Rev. Marmaduke Charles Frederick 
Morris, M.A., B.C.L., brother of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Richard Wilton, M.A., 
Rector of Londesborough, co. York) on 
■Wednesday, 22 September 1875, 'he Rev. 
William Honey Turle (eldest son of James 
Turle of The Cloisters, Westminster, 
Organist at Westminster Abbey for 50 
years); born at Lambeth, co. Surrey, 27 
June, bapt. at Christ Church, Blackfriars, 
London, 29 July 1829 ; of New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1847, 
aged 18, Chorister 1837, Clerk 1847-51, 
B.A. 1851, M.A. 1855 ; Vicar of St. 
Matthew's, Westminster, 1866-84, and of 
Horsell, Woking, co. Surrey, 1884-97. 



Rev. Marmaduke Charles 
Frederick Morris, born 26 
January, bapt. at Crambe, 
CO. York, 23 April 1844; 
of New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 
1863, aged 19, Choral 
Scholar 1863-68, B.A. 
1867, B.C.L. 1870, M.A. 
1872 ; Head Master at St. 
Michael's College, Ten- 
bury, CO. Worcester, 1869 
-74, Inspector of Schools 
(diocese of York) 1874-80, 
Vicar of Newton-on-Ouse, 
CO. York, 1879-93, Rector 
of Nunburnholme since 
1893, Rural Dean; J. P. for 
the East Riding, co. York. 

134 



Laura Anne Gertrude, 
born at Nafferton 
Vicarage, and bapt. at 
Nafferton 24 June 
1845. _ 

Jessie Maud Amy, 
born at Nafferton 
Vicarage, and bapt. at 
Nafferton 4 June 1 848. 



Edith Grace Caroline, 
born at Nafferton 
Vicarage, and bapt. at 
Nafferton 1 2 August 
1849. 



Beverley Robinson Morris of York ; born=j=Annie Robinson, eldest dau. of 
July 1816, and bapt. at Cove of "" " '■- ^- -■—"-'- '^'-"' 



14 

Cork (now Queenstown) ; B.A. and M.D. 
of Trinity College, Dublin ; Physician to 
York Dispensary; Editor of "The Naturalist," 
Author of "British Game Birds and Wild 
Fowl"; died at 17 Burns Street, Nottingham, 
aged 66, on Monday, 19 March, bur. at 
Burnham, co. Somerset, 24 March 1883. 
Will dated i January 1852, with codicil dated 
8 June 1880, proved at Wells 16 June 1883, 
by Anne Robinson Morris of Burnham, co. 
Somerset, the relict, one of the Exors. 



George Augustus Frederick Skot- 
towe. Lieutenant R.N., and 
grand-dau. of Admiral Mark 
Robinson; born 28 July 1810, and 
bapt. at Douglas, Isle of Man ; 
marr. at St. Marylebone's, 
London (by the Rev. James Henry 
Henderson, Precentor of Ely 
Cathedral), on Thursday, 20 June 
1850; died at Burnham 21 June, 
bur. in Burnham Churchyard 25 
June 1890. 



Bessy, died 
in infancy 
in 1820, and 
bur. at Cork. 



Annie Leonora, 
born at York 13 
June, bapt. at 
St. Michael's-le- 
Belfrey, York, 4 
October 1S51 ; 
died at Burnham 
12 July, bur. there 
19 July 1867. 



Florence Bellinger Skottowe, born at York 30 August, bapt. at St. Olave's, 
York, 5 November 1852 ; marr. at St. Matthew's, Nottingham (by the Rev. 
G. Dundas, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Charles Yeld, Vicar of St. John's, 
Nottingham, and the Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, Rector of Nunburnholme, 
CO. York, uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 17 September 1874, William 
Bliss Sanders of Nottingham (son of William Wilkins Sanders, by Martha 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Nathaniel Bliss of Oxford) ; born 9 February 
1841 ; died at 2 Cathcart Road, London, aged 56, on Saturday, 28 March, 
bur. in Burnham Cemetery i April 1896. Will dated 10 September 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 521, 96) 27 May 1896, by Florence BeUinger Skottowe 
Sanders, the relict, the sole E.xecutrix. =j= 



Henry Gage Morris, born 13 June= 
1857, and bapt. at Hamilton, Upper 
Canada ; Major Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry, served in the Egyp- 
tian Campaign 1882, and was 
present at the actions at El Magfar 
and Tel-el-Mahuta, both actions at 
Kassassin and at the Battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp and 
bronze star), in the Soudan Frontier 
Field Force 1S86 (mentioned in 
despatches), as Senior Water Trans- 
port Officer in the operations of 
the North-West Frontier of India 
1897-98, with the Tirah Expedi- 
tionary Force (medal with two 
clasps). 



:Florence Mary Joanna Rebecca Newenham, born at 
Maude, dau. of Hamilton, Upper Canada, 2 March, bapt. 
Preston Wallis at St. Thomas', Hamilton, 4 May 1859; 
of Bodmin, co. marr. at Leeds (by the Rev. Adolphus 
Cornwall ; mar- Philipse Morris, father of the bride, 
ried at St. Ste- assisted by the Rev. John William Heslop) 
phen's, Padding- on Monday, 16 April 1900, Rev. Frederick 
ton, London (by George Herbert Henry Eugene White, 
the Rev. Adol- M. A. (son of Frederick William White, by 
phus Philipse Cordelia his wife); born 16 March 1856; 
Morris, Vicar of of Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 
Leeds, CO. Kent, 1S80, M.A. 1884; Chaplain Royal Navy, 
father of the of H.M. Ships "Monarch," 1S87-90, 
bridegroom), on "Northumberland," 1890-91, "Dread- 
Wednesday, 3 nought," 1891-95, "Thunderer," 1895-96 
January 1894. and 1897-1900, "Ganges," 1896-1897, 
and "Vulcan," since 1900. 



Frederick Leslie Morris, born at Halgavor, 
Bodmin, on Monday, 18 February, bapt. 
at Bodmin 1 8 March 1895; died at Lucknow, 
India, in 1896. 



Henry Gage Morris, born at 
Coldharbour, Bodmin, on Satur- 
day, 14 August, bapt. at Bodmin 
13 September 1897. 



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Cornelia, born at Cove of Cork (now Queenstown) 5 February 
1820; marr. at Beverley Minster, co. York (by the Rev. 
Francis Orpen Morris, Vicar of Nafferton, co. York, Chaplain 
to the Duke of Cleveland), on Tuesday, 2 June 1846, 
Abraham Bower of Townend, Bradford, and of York, 
and afterwards of Elmcrofts, Ripon, co. York (eldest sort 
of John Bower of Middlethorpe Hall, co. York, by Anne 
Hollings his wife) ; born at Great Horton, Bradford, 
30 September, bapt. at Bradford 29 October 1802 ; J. P. for 
Liberty of Ripon and West Riding, co. York ; died at Elm- 
crofts, Ripon, aged 81, on Tuesday, 22 July, bur. in Holy 
Trinity Churchyard, Ripon, 25 July 1884. M.I. at Bradford. 
Will dated 14 September 1872, proved at Wakefield 11 
September 1884, by Cornelia Bower of Elmcrofts, Ripon, 
CO. York, the relict, one of the Exors. 

I 



Annie Robinson, born 18 
February 1822 ; marr. at 
Beverley Minster on Tues- 
day, 2 June 1846, Rev. James 
Henry Henderson (eldest son 
of James Henry Henderson 
of Bloomsbury Square, Lon- 
don) ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; Vicar of Stoke 
St. Mary's, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, formerly Incumbent 
of Ely Parish Church, and 
Precentor of Ely Cathedral ; 
died, aged 60, on Sunday, 19 
October, bur. in Ipswich 
Cemetery 23 October 1879. 



Rev. Adolphus Philipse= 
Morris, born at Wor- 
cester 22 October 1824; 
of Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated i 
Dec. 1842, aged iS, 
B.A. 1846, M.A. 185 1 ; 
Chaplain Canterbury As- 
sociation, New Zealand, 
1851-52, Missionary in 
Upper Canada 1856-60, 
Rector of St. Michael's, 
Brattleborough, Ver- 
mont, U.S.A., 1860-65, 
Missionary at Mohegan 
Lake, New York, 1866 
-69, Vicar of Leeds, co. 
Kent, since 1877. 



Maria, dau. of Samuel 
Rudkin of Leicester; 
born at Leicester 14 
July 1841 ; marr. at 
Margate, co. Kent, i 
September 1856; died 
at Leeds 8 October, 
bur. there 1 1 October 
1897. 



Charles D'Urban Morris, born at Charmouth, 
CO. Dorset, 17 February, bapt. there 26 March 
1827; of Worcester College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 May 1845, aged 18, Scholar Lincoln 
College, Oxford, 1846-50, B.A. 1849, Fellow 
of Oriel College, Oxford, 1851-54, M.A. 1852; 
went to America 1853, Rector of Trinity 
School, New York, 1853-56, Professor in 
New York University, Professor of Latin and 
Greek in John Hopkins' University, Baltimore, 
U.S.A., 1876-85; Author of various works on 
Latin and Greek; died at Baltimore 7 February 
1886. _ 

Joanna Hincks, born at Charmouth 17 May, 
bapt. there 4 June 1829 ; died at Bridlington 
Quay, CO. York, aged 34, 9 August, bur. at 
Beverley Minster 13 August 1863. 



Hamilton, Upper 
Canada, 16 March, 
bapt. there 27 
May i860. 



Frederick Philipse=Petronel, only dau. of 
Morris, born at Edmund Henry Key, 
R.N. (retired), of Park 
Cottage, Teston, co. 
Kent ; born 4 Feb. 
1877, and bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, Padding- 
ton, London ; marr. at 
Teston (by the Rev. 
Adolphus Philipse 
Morris, father of the 
bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. George 
Everard, the Rector, 
and the Rev. Henry 
Robert Hughes) on 
Wednesday, 6 July 
1898. 



Mary Philipse, born at Brattle- 
borough, Vermont, U.S.A., 25 Nov. 
1862, and bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Brattleborough ; marr. at Leeds 
(by the Rev. Adolphus Philipse 
Morris, father of the bride, assisted 
by the Rev. William Honey Turle, 
Vicar of Horsell, co. Surrey, and 
the Rev. James Durant Kingdon, 
Vicar of Loose, co. Kent) on Wed- 
nesday, 28 Sept. 1887, Henry 
Boteler Couchman of Leamington, 
CO. Warwick (2nd son of Thomas 
Barnes Couchman of Grafton 
House, Leamington); born 23 Jan. 
1861. 



Roger Morris, 
born at Man- 
hattanville,New 
York, U.S.A., 
24 May, bapt. 
there 3 Sep- 
tember 1865 ; 
formerly Mid- 
shipman R.N. 



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ailif of ^tDaff})am ^rior, to. Camhrilise. 



Arms. — Argent, a woirs head erased proper, in dexter 

chief point a mullet gules. 
Cresl. — Argent, a wolf's head erased as in the arms. 
Motto. — Vincit Veritas. 



John Peter Allix of Swaffham Prior House, co.= 

Cambridge (son of Charles AlHx of Swaffham 
Prior House, by Catherine his wife, dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. Thomas Green, D.D., Bishop of Ely, 
grandson of the Very Rev. Peter Allix, D.D., 
Dean of Ely, and great-grandson of Dr. Peter 
Allix of Alen^on, France); born 8 November 
1749; died 15 May, bur. at Swaffham Prior 24 
May 1807. M.I. at St. Cyriac's and at St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. Will dated 15 May 1807, 
proved (P.C.C., 938 Ltishington) 18 December 
i8o7,bySarah Allix, the relict, one of the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of the Rev. William Collier, Vicar of 
Swaffham Prior, by Sarah his wife ; bapt. at Swaff- 
ham Prior 22 May 1759; marr. there (by the Rev. 
Charles Wager Allix) 11 October 1782 ; died at 
Montague Square, London, in her 77th year, 3 
February, bur. at Swaffham Prior 1 1 February 
1836. M.I. at St. Cyriac's and at St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. Will dated 4 January 1831, 
with codicil dated 23 February 1831, proved 
(P.C.C., 466 Stoivell) 13 August 1836, by John 
Peter Allix, the son, and Christopher Pemberton, 
two of the Exors. 



Catherine, born i Dec. 1 783, bapt. 
at Swaffham Prior i Jan. 1784; 
marr. there by licence 31 May 
1808, Robert Wilkinson of New 
Norfolk Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London (son of Johnson Wil- 
kinson of 28 Portman Square, 
London, by Mary Anne Mar- 
garet his wife, only child of 
Robert Osborn, a Commis- 
sioner of the Royal Navy) ; Chief 
Clerk of the Ordnance ; bur. 
in Bayswater Road Cemetery, 
London, 18 March 1839. Will 
dated 13 Feb. 1838, with codicil 
dated 6 Sept. 1838, proved 
(P.C.C., 265 Vaughan) 17 April 
1839, by Catherine Wilkinson, 
the relict, and Robert Hindley 
Wilkinson and Charles Allix Wil- 
kinson, the sons, the Exors. She 
died at 20 Hertford Street, May- 
fair, London, aged 89, on Saturday, 
1 1 Jan., and was bur. at Swaffham 
Prior 16 Jan. 1873. Memorial 
window to her memory in St. 
Cyriac's, Swaffham Prior. 



Charlotte Jane, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior 18 Jan- 
uary 1785; marr. there 
25 January 1808, John 
Pardoe of Leyton, co. 
Essex (sonof John Pardoe 
by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Oliver of Ley- 
ton) ; bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Holborn, London, 
23 February 1787 ; died 
29 March, bur. at Leyton 
4 April 1870. Will dated 
23 May 1846, with 
two codicils dated respec- 
tively 15 February 1856, 
and 8 December 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 363, 
70) 6 May 1870, by the 
Rev. John Pardoe of 
Leyton, co. Essex, the 
son, the surviving Exor. 
She died 24 February 
1870, and was bur. at 
Leyton. =f= 



John Peter Allix= 
of Swaffham Prior 
House ; born 2 
Dec. 1785, bapt. 
at Swaffham Prior 
3 Feb. 1786; J.P., 
D.L. and M.P. 
for CO. Cambridge, 
High Sheriff 1828; 
Major I St Cam- 
bridgeLocal Militia; 
died s.p. at Swaff- 
ham Prior House, 
in his 63rd year, 
on Saturday, 19 
Feb., bur. at 
Swaffham Prior 26 
Feb. 1848. M.I. at 
St. Cyriac's, Swaff- 
ham Prior. Will 
dated 21 Dec. 1842, 
proved (P.C.C. 281, 
48) T4 April 1848, 
by Ch .rles Allix, the 
brother, and Robert 
Hindley Wilkinson, 
two of the Exors. 



=Maria, only 
dau. of John 
Pardoe of 
Leyton, co. 
Essex; mar- 
ried 7 March 
1816 ; died, 
aged 63, 21 
May, bur. 
at Swaffham 
Prior 2 7 May 
1854. M.I. 
at St. Cy- 
riac's, Swaff- 
ham Prior. 



Laura Matilda Ethelwyn, born at Swaffham Prior House on Tuesday, 14 May, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior on Whit Sunday, 9 June 1867 ; marr. at Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge 
(by the Rev. Richard Aubrey Chichester Bevan, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Cockshott, and the Rev. Charles William Coddington, the Vicar), on Tuesday, i October 1889, 
Arthur Francis Pease of Hummersknott, Darlington, co. Durham (eldest son of Arthur Pease of 
Hummersknott, Darlington, by Mary his wife, dau. of Ebenezer Pike of Besborough, co. Cork); 
born II March 1866; educated at Brighton College and at Trinity College, Cambridge. 



A 
137 



Colonel Charles Allix of Swaffham Prior House, co.= 
Cambridge; born 24 April 1787, bapt. at Swaffham 
Prior 15 April 1788; Colonel Grenadier Guards; 
served in the Walcheren Expedition, the Peninsular 
War and at Waterloo; died at Montague Square, 
London, aged 75, on Thursday, 24 April, bur. at 
Swaffham Prior i May 1862. Memorial window in 
St. Mary's, Swaffham Prior. Will dated 6 December 
1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 316, 62) 26 June 1862, 
by Robert Hindley Wilkinson of Chesfield Lodge, 
CO. Hertford, the nephew, one of the Exors. 



=Mary Catherine Elizabeth (his cousin), 
eldest dau. of Charles Alli.x of Willoughby 
Hall, CO. Lincoln, by Mary Elizabeth his 
wife, 2nd dau. of William Hammond of 
St. Alban's Court, co. Kent) ; born in 
1809; marr. at Ancaster, co. Lincoln, 
on Saturday, 10 April 1841 ; died at 
Sudbrook Hall, co. Lincoln, on Friday, 
4 March, bur. at Ancaster 10 March 
1842. Memorial window in St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. 



Charles Peter Allix of Swaffham= 
Prior House ; born at Sudbrook 
Hall 2 1 February, bapt. at Ancas- 
ter 28 March 1842; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1864, M.A. 
1873; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Cambridge. 



=Laura Agneta Wellington, 2nd dau. of Richard Lee Bevan 
of Brixworth Hall, co. Northampton, by Isabella his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Loraine Loraine-Smith, Rector of Pas- 
senham, co. Northampton ; born at Belmont House, East 
Barnet, co. Hertford, 18 June 1843 ; marr. at Brixworth 
(by the Rev. Charles Pemberton Eaton, cousin of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Charles Frederick Watkins, 
the Vicar) on Thursday, 2 August 1866. 



Isabella Maude, born at Swaffham Prior 
House on Tuesday, 19 January, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior 21 February 1869; marr. 
at Swaffham Bulbeck (by the Rev. Edward 
Singleton, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Capel 
Young, brother of the bridegroom), on Thurs- 
day, 8 July 1897, Edward Gordon Young (son 
of Henry Young of 59 Great Cumberland 
Place, London) ; Captain Royal Engineers ; 
born in 1868 : died at Kimberley, South Africa, 
aged 32, 5 June 1900. Brass tablet on South 
wall of chancel in St. Mary's, Swaffham Prior. 



Laura Mildred, born at 
Swaffham Prior House 
on Saturday, 7 January, 
bapt. at Swaffham Prior 
12 February 187 i ; died 
at Walmer House, 
Bournemouth, CO. Hants, 
aged 13, on Wednesday, 
30 April, bur. at Swaff- 
ham Prior 3 May 1884. 



Charles Israel Loraine 
Allix, born at Swaff- 
ham Prior House on 
Sunday, i December 
1872, bapt. at Swaff- 
ham Prior 5 January 
1873 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Cambridge. 



138 



William AUix, born at Swaffham 
Prior, CO. Cambridge ; Lieu- 
tenant 95th Regiment of Foot ; 
killed at the Siege of Badajos, 
Spain, aged 23, 6 April 181 2. 
M.I. at St. Mary's, Swaffham 
Prior. _ 

Thomas Allix, born at Swaffham 
Prior; died at Bristol, aged 18, 
29 September 1800, and bur. at 
St. Augustine's, Bristol {fio record 
in Register). M.I. at St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. 



George Gilbert AUix, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior 9 May 1794; 
died, aged 3 years, 20 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Swaffham Prior 27 
December 1795. M.I. at St. 
Mar)''s, Swaffham Prior. 



Matilda, born 5 March, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior g May 1794; marr. 
there i November 1814, Thomas 
Roberts, son of Thomas Roberts. 
She died at 57 Montague Square, 
London, aged 83, on Thursday, 17 
May, and was bur. at Swaffham Prior 
24 May 1877. Memorial window in St. 
Mary's, Swaffham Prior. The Chancel 
has also been restored in her memory. 
Will dated 29 January 1875, with 
codicil dated 22 January 1877, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 679, 77) i August 1877, 
by Juliana Allix of 57 Montague 
Square, co. Middlesex, the sister, and 
Charles Peter Allix of Swaffham 
House, CO. Cambridge, the nephew, 
the Exors. 

Wager Allix, born at Swaffham Prior, 
and bapt. there 2 June 1799; died 
(being accidentally thrown out of a 
gig), in his 14th year, 8 February, 
bur. at Swaffham Prior 16 February 
1812. M.I. at St. Mary's, Swaffham 
Prior. 



Juliana, died unmar- 
ried at Swaffham 
Prior, and bur. there 
27 February 1886. 
Will dated 16 Jan- 
uary 1 880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 186, 86) 
10 March 1886, by 
Charles Peter Allix 
of Swaffham House, 
CO. Cambridge, the 
nephew, the sole 
Exor. 

Marianne, bapt. at 
Swaffham Prior i 
June 1806; died un- 
married at Swaffham 
Prior 16 June, bur. 
there 22 June 1867. 
M.I. at St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. 



Richard Peter Allix, born at Swaffham Prior 
House on Tuesday, 13 June, bapt. at Bur- 
well, CO. Cambridge, 18 July 1876 ; died at 
Swaffham Prior House, aged 11 months, on 
Thursday, 31 May, bur. at SwafiTiam Prior 3 
June 1877. 



John Peter Allix, born 
at Swaffham Prior 
House on Sunday, 27 
July, bapt. at Swaffham 
Prior 14 September 
1879; educatedatEton. 



Mary Cecily, born at 
Swaffham Prior House 
on Thursday, 29 May, 
bapt. at Swaffham Bul- 
beck, CO. Cambridge, 
6 July 1890. 



139 




of Celismore, to. ^alop. 



^rms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly, I. and IV., Quarterly: 1st and 4th, 
Argent, a cross fleurette sable between four Cornish 
choughs proper, on a chief azure a boar's head 
erased of the field, Ottien : 2iid and 3rd, Sable, a 
chevron between three bulls' heads caboshed 
argent, Biclkeley ; II., Argent, three piles! 'wo 
issuant from the chief, and one from the base, 
azure, each charged with a hatchet of the field, 
Hatchett ; III., Bulkeley. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a bull's head 
argent, Bulkeley. 

Mottoes. — Ch'er crest: Nee temere nee timide ; 
Under arms : Ceidw owain a gafodd. 



Bulkeley Hatchett of Elles-= 
mere, co. Salop (eldest 
son of Richard Bulkeley 
Hatchett of Lee in the 
parish of Ellesmere, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Owen of Llyn- 
lloedd, CO. Montgomery, 
High Sheriff for co. Mont- 
gomery 1692 ; born 15 
May, bapt. at Ellesmere 6 
June 1750; High Sheriff 
for CO. Merioneth 1800; 
died, aged 80, 23 August, 
bur. at Ellesmere 30 Au- 
gust 1830. Will dated 18 
August 1829, with codicil 
dated 28 August 1829, 
proved(P.C.C.,6s3j5ctfr(/) 
3 November 1830, by 
Thomas Bulkeley-Owen, 
the son, the Exor, Mary 
Hatchett, the relict, having 
renounced. 



=Mary, only dau. and heir 
of Thomas Mainwaring 
of the Inner Temple, 
London, by Elizabeth 
his wife, eldest dau. of 
James Mason of Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop; born in 
Chancery Lane, London, 
16 May 1 761 ; marr. at 
St. Julian's, Shrewsbury, 
I June 1789 (marriage 
settlement dated 30 May 
1789); died at Ellesmere 
18 Feb., bur. there 27 
Feb. 1837. Will dated 
8 Feb. 1837, proved 
(P.C.C, 96 Nuholl) 28 
Nov. 1838, by Robert 
Burton, the younger, and 
Joshua Lewis Menlove, 
the Exors. 



Thomas Bulkeley Bulkeley-Owen of Teds-= 
more Hall, co. Salop ; born at Shrewsbury 

16 July 1790, bapt. at Ellesmere 2 February 

1 7 9 1 ; assumed the surname of Owen instead 
of that of Hatchett on the death of his 
uncle, Hugh Hatchett of Tedsmore Hall, 
25 December 1818, and by Royal Licence 
dated 14 July 1848, he and his issue were 
authorized to continue to use the surname 
of Owen in addition to and after that of 
Bulkeley, and to bear the arms of Owen 
and Bulkeley quarterly ; died at Tedsmore 
Hall, aged 77, 27 April, bur. at West 
Felton, CO. Salop, 3 May 1867. Will dated 
4 April 1866, proved at Shrewsbury 31 
August 1867, by Bulkeley Hatchett 
Bulkeley-Owen of Tedsmore Hall, co. 
Salop, the son, the sole Exor. 



^/^. Z?^ ^^ 



^Marianne, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Edward 
Thelwall of Llanbedr 
Hall, CO. Denbigh, by 
Mary Elizabeth his 
wife, 2nd dau. of' the 
Rev. John Baldwin of 
Hoole, CO. Chester, 
and of Harrock, co. 
Lancaster ; born 1 1 
July, bapt. at Llanbedr 

24 August 1785; marr. 
at Llanfair-Dffyryn- 
clwyd, CO. Denbigh, 

25 March 1824; died, 
aged 79, 6 March, 
bur. at West Felton 
13 March 1865. 



Hugh James Hatchett, 
born 4 May 1791; died 
25 May, bur. at Ellesmere 
29 May 1791. 



Samuel Bulkeley Hatchett, 
born 17 August, bapt. 
at Ellesmere 31 Octo- 
ber 1792; died unmarried, 
aged 24, 21 July, bur. at 
Ellesmere 30 July 1817. 



140 



Bulkeley Hatchett Bulkeley-Owen of Tedsmore= 
Hall, CO. Salop ; born at Tedsmore Hall 3 
October 1825, bapt. privately the same day, and 
received into the church at West Felton, co. 
Salop, 29 March 1826; died s.p. at Thruxton 
Rectory, co. Hereford, aged 42, on Monday, 10 
August, bur. at West Felton 18 August 1868. 
Will dated 13 November 1867, with codicil 
dated 16 November 1867, proved at Shrewsbury 
15 December 1868, by Thomas Longueville, 
the younger, of Penylan, near Oswestry, co. 
Salop, and Edward Williams, the younger, of 
Oswestry, the Exors. 



=Emma Maria, eldest dau. of the Rev. George 
Heywood, Rector of Ideford, co. Devon, by 
Emma Maria his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Thelwall ; born 15 December i8i8; 
marr. at Thruxton (by the Rev. Edward 
Jacson, the Rector) on Thursday, 3 October 
1867 ; died at 13 Stanley Place, Chester, 
aged 57, on Sunday, 30 January, bur. at West 
Felton 4 February 1876. Will dated 29 
August 1870, proved at Chester 18 February 
1876, by Richard Longueville Barker of 
Stanley Place, Chester, the sole Exor. 



J?^A /^^^^^^ 



Rev. Thomas Mainwaring= 
Bulkeley Bulkeley-Owen 
(twin with Marianne Eliza 
Frances) of Tedsmore 
Hall ; born there 1 5 No- 
vember 1826, bapt. pri- 
vately the same day, and 
received into the church 
at West Felton 28 Sep- 
tember 1827 (Sponsors: 
Charles Kynaston Main- 
waring of Oteley, co. Salop, 
Robert Aglionby Slaney of 
Walford Manor, co. Salop) ; 
educated at Rugby and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 
1845, B.A. 1848 ; Vicar 
of Welshampton, co. Salop, 
1863-70; succeeded his 
brother in 1868. 



=Hon'''^ Fanny Mary Katherine, only child 
of John Ralph, ist Baron Harlech; born 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, 29 May, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 5 July 1845 (Sponsors: William 
Ormsby Gore of Porkington, co. Salop, 
Mary, wife of Sir Claude Champion de 
Crespigny, and Catherine, widow of the 
Rev. J. Sivewright) ; marr. at St. Pauls', 
Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. 
Algernon Emerick Clementi-Smith), on 
Tuesday, 24 August 1880. She marr. 
istly at St. James', Piccadilly, London 
(by the Rev. Orlando Kenyon, assisted 
by the Rev. George Arkwright), on 
Tuesday, 21 July 1863, the Hon''''= Lloyd 
Kenyon (eldest son of Lloyd, 3rd Baron 
Kenyon) ; born 13 April 1835 ; died 
on Monday, aged 30, 17 April 1865, and 
bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint, leaving issue 
Lloyd, the present Baron Kenyon. 



Marianne Eliza Frances 
(twin with Thomas Main- 
waring Bulkeley); bom 
at Tedsmore Hall 15 No- 
vember 1826, and bapt. 
privately the same day ; 
marr. at West Felton 22 
July 1852, the Rev. 
Edward Jacson (son of 
George Jacson of Barton, 
CO. Lancaster, by Char- 
lotte Gibson his wife) ; 
born at Barton 26 
January 1826 ; Rector 
of Easthope, co. Salop ; 
died, aged 44, 16 July, 
bur. at West Felton 23 
July 1870. =i= 



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Arms on recordin thiCoUege of Arms. — Azure, 
on a pale rayonee or, guttee de larmes, between 
two fleur-de-lis of the second, a lion rampant 
between two annulets paleways gules. 

Crest. — In front of two wings argent, each 
charged with an estoile azure, a rock proper, 
thereon a caltrap or. 

Motto. — Sat cito, si sat bene. 



Colman^ 



Robert Colman of Rockland, co.= 
Norfolk (son of Robert Colman of 
Ashwellthorpe, co. Norfolk, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Harmar of 
Denton, co. Norfolk) ; born 4 May, 
bapt. at Firland Chapel, Wymondham, 
CO. Norfolk, 27 May 1775; died 26 
January, bur. in Thorpe Rosary Ceme- 
tery, Norwich, i February 1867. Will 
dated 29 October 1853, proved at 
Norwich 24 July 1S67, by Samuel 
Colman of Wilby, co. Norfolk, and 
Edward Colman of the City of London, 
the sons, the Exors. 



=Anne Mills, born 
in 1776; marr. 
at Ditchingham, 
CO. Norfolk, 22 
Oct. 1799 ; died 
S June, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary 
Cemetery, Nor- 
wich, 1 2 June 
1856. 




James Colman of Stoke Holy Cross, co. Norfolk; born 18= 
November 1801 ; died at his residence at Lowestoft, co. 
Suffolk, in his 53rd year, on Thursday, ig October, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich, 26 October 1854. Will 
dated 22 March 1852, with codicil dated 2 December 1853, 
proved (P.C.C., 304, 55) 27 April 1855, by William Moll 
and Jeremiah James Colman, two of the Exors. Double 
probate 25 May 1855. 



=Mary, dau. of John Burlingham of 
Old Buckenham, co. Norfolk, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Stephen Taylor ; 
born 24 October 1805; marr. at Old 
Buckenham i August 1826; died at 
Ipswich Road, Norwich, in her 93rd 
year, on Thursday, 15 September, bur. 
in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich, 
19 September 1898. Will dated 22 
March 1894, proved at Norwich 16 
December 1898, by Mary Esther 
Willis, the Executrix. 



Jeremiah James Colman of Carrow=j=Caroline, eldest dau. of 



House, Norwich; born 14 June 1830; 
J. P. for the counties of Norfolk and 
Suffolk, D.L. for co. Norfolk, Sheriff 
for Norwich r862-63, and Mayor 1867 
-68, M.P. for Norwich 1871-95 ; 
Knight of the Legion of Honour; 
died at The Clyfie, Gorton, Lowestoft, 
aged 68, on Sunday, 18 Sept., bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich, 22 
Sept. 1898. Will dated 9 Sept. 1898, 
with codicil of same date, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1209, 98) 10 Nov. 1898, 
by Russell James Colman, James 
Stuart, and Herbert Hardy Cozens- 
Hardy, Q.C., the Exors. 




William Hardy Cozens- 
Hardy of Letheringsett 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Theobald of 
Norwich ; born 9 May 
1831 ; marr. at Holt, 
CO. Norfolk (by the 
Rev. George Gould), 
on Thursday, 25 Sep- 
tember 1856; died at 
The Clyfife, Corton, 
Lowestoft, aged 64, on 
Friday, 5 July, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Ceme- 
tery, Norwich, 10 July 
1895- 



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Mary Esther, born at Stoke Holy 
Cross 27 Aug. 1838 ; marr. at Old 
Buckenham (by the Rev. Thomas 
Fulcher, uncle to the bride) on Fri- 
day, 18 Nov. 1870, John Willis of 
Norwich (son of John Henry Willis 
of Worcester) ; born 22 Oct. 1833; 
died at Southwell Lodge, Norwich, 
aged 54, on Tuesday, 31 Jan., bur. 
in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Nor- 
wich, 6 Feb. 1888. Will dated 29 
Jan. 1885, with codicil of same 
date, proved at Norwich 2 May 
1888, by Henry Willis of Worcester 
City and Benjamin Edgington 
Fletcher of Norwich, the Exors. 



I 



I I 

Henry Colman, born 29 October 
1802 ; died young. 



Joseph Colman, born 29 December 
1803; marr. Maria Elizabeth Mills; 
died 3 July 1858. =p 



Robert Colman, born 21 December 1804; died 14 June, 
bur. in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich, 18 June 1868. 
Will dated 21 July 1854, with codicil dated 22 February 
1858, proved at Norwich 3 September 1868, by Mary 
Colman (nie Doman) of Horsford, co. Norfolk, the relict, 
the Executrix. 



Russell James Colman= 
of Carrow House, Nor- 
wich ; born at Norwich 
on Thursday, 5 Sep- 
tember 1861 ; J. P. for 
Norwich and for co. 
Norfolk, Sheriff of 
Norwich 1892-93. 



=Edith Margaret, 3rd dau. of Richard Davies of Treborth, co. Carnarvon, 
Lord Lieutenant of Anglesey, by Annie his wife, dau. of Rev. Henry 
Rees; born 27 September 1864, and bapt. at the Welsh Calvinistic 
Methodist Chapel, Conway, co. Carnarvon ; marr. at the English 
Presbyterian Church, Menai Bridge, North Wales (by the Rev. 
Thomas Charles Edwards, D.D., Principal of Aberystwith College, 
assisted by the Rev. George Slater Barrett, B.A., of Norwich), on 
Wednesday, 20 June 1888. 



Violet Rees, born at 
Bracondale Woods, 
Norwich, 7 June, 
bapt. at Princes 
Street Congrega- 
tional Chapel, Nor- 
wich, 28 July 1890. 



Geoffrey Russell Rees Colman, 
born at Bracondale Woods, 
Norwich, on Monday, 14 
March, bapt. privately at The 
Cliffe, Corton, Lowestoft (by 
the Rev. Dr. Barrett), 5 IVLay 
1892. 



Beryl Caroline Rees, 
born 31 October, 
bapt. privately at 
Bracondale Woods, 
Norwich, i Decem- 
ber 1897. 



Alan Rees Colman, 
born at Bracon- 
dale Woods, Nor- 
wich, on Thursday, 
3 January 1901. 



Alan Cozens Hardy 
Colman, born at Carrow 
House, Norwich, on 
Tuesday, 15 January 
1867 ; died unmarried 
at Luxor, Egypt, aged 
30, 7 February, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Ceme- 
tery, Norwich, 24 March 
1897. Will dated 11 
November 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 396, 97) 22 
April 1897, by Jeremiah 
James Colman and Rus- 
sell James Colman, the 
Exors. 



Laura Elizabeth, born 31 July 1859 ; marr. at 
Prince's Street Congregational Church, Norwich, 
16 July 1890, Professor James Stuart of Carrow 
Abbey, Norwich (eldest son of Joseph Gordon 
Stuart of Markinch, co. Fife, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of David Booth of Newburgh, co. Fife) ; 
born at Balgonie, co. Fife, 2 January 1843; 
educated at St. Andrew's and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 3rd Wrangler 1866, Fellow 1868, 
Professor of Mechanism and Applied Mechanics, 
Cambridge, 1875-90; M.P. for Hackney 1884-85, 
and for Shoreditch (Hoxton Division) 1885-1900 ; 
Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. ; Lord Rector of St. 
Andrew's University since 1898. 



Ethel Mary, born 
12 Feb. 1863. 



Helen Caroline, 
born 18 April 
1865. _ 

Florence Esther, 
born at Carrow 
House, Norwich, 
2 July 1869 ; 
marr. at Corton, 
CO. Suffolk, 9 
Sept. 1898, Ed- 
ward Board man 
of Norwich. 



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John Colman, born 3 April 1806; marr. istly Charlotte Farey, who diei 
22 April 1 84 1. He died at his residence, Longnor House, Greville 
Road, Kilburn, co. Middlesex, aged 78, on Thursday, 1 7 April, and was 
bur. in Hampstead Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 23 April 1884. \Vill dated 
22 December 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 542, 84) 12 July 1884, by 
Hannah Colman of 16 Greville Road, Kilburn, co. Middlesex, the relict, 
and Ernest Edward Colman of Rocklands, Valley Road, Streatham, co. 
Surrey, the sons, the Exors. 



=Hannah, dau. of John 
Gardner; born 10 March, 
bapt. at Old Stepney 
Church, London, 1 3 April 
1 8 1 8 ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Stepney, i September 
1842. 2nd wife. 



Ellen, born 
2 7 Septem- 
ber 1843. 



Walter John Colman, = 
born 8 May 1845 ; 
died 2 November, 
bur. at Caterham, co. 
Surrey, 7 November 
1893. 



=Sarah Maria Cecilia, dau. of William 
Peters of Brixton, co. Surrey, by 
Jane his wife ; born 6 April, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, Brixton, 23 May 
185 1 ; marr. at St. Jude's, Dulwich, 
CO. Surrey, 8 August 1871. 



Caroline, born 1 7 
March 1848. 



Hannah, born 
May 1850. 



Walter Percy Colman, 
born at 28 Brixton 
Place, Brixton Road, 
on Wednesday, 29 
May, bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Brixton, 30 
June 1872. 



Mildred Henrietta, 
born at 3 Valentia 
Road, Brixton, on 
Saturday, 13 June, 
bapt. at .St. John's, 
Angell Town, Brix- 
ton, 19 July 1874. 



Eva Madaline, born at 
I Marie Villas, Hartfield 
Road, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 18 
December 1876, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Wimble- 
don, 28 January 1877. 



Leslie Howard Colman, 
born at i Marie Villas, 
Hartfield Road, Wim- 
bledon, on Tuesday, i 
October 1878, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Wimble- 
don, 23 May 1879. 



Ernest Edward= 
Colman, born 
II May 1852, 
bapt. at St. 
Jamas', Picca- 
dilly, London 
{no record in 
Register). 



=Maud Alice, only child of 
John Stares of Droxford, co. 
Hants, by Sarah Louisa his 
wife, dau. of John Stace ; 
marr. at Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex, on Wednesday, 4 July 
1883. 



Elizabeth, born 9 December 1857 ; marr. at St. 
Augustine's, Kilburn (by the Rev. Robert Alfred 
John Suckling, Vicar of St. Alban's, Holborn, 
London, assisted by the Rev. Richard Can 
Kirkpatrick, the Vicar), on Thursday, i5 June 
1887, Frank Fairclough (2nd son of Thomas 
Morrison Fairclough of Pittaron, Croydon, co. 
Surrey). =j= 



Archibald Stares 
Colman, born at 
Rocklands, Streat- 
ham, CO. Surrey, 
on Sunday, i June 
1884, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Brigh- 
ton {710 record in 
Register). 



Ernest Roy Colman, 
born at Inglefield, 
Leigham Court Road, 
Streatham, on Thurs- 
day, 1 7 November 1 887, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Leigham Court Road, 
Streatham, 7 January 



Claude John Colman, 
born at Inglefield, 
Leigham Court Road, 
Streatham, on Tues- 
day, 7 January, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Leigham 
Court Road, Streat- 
ham, 30 March 1890. 

144 



Kenneth Edward Stares 
Colman, born at Ingle- 
field, Leigham Court 
Road, Streatham, on 
Sunday, 4 June, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Leigham 
Court Road, Streatham, 
II July 1893. 



Jeremiah Colman of Carshalton Park, co. Surrey ;= 
born 4 April 1807; one of Her Majesty's Lieutenants 
for the City of London ; died at his residence, 
Carshalton Park, in his 79th year, on Thursday, 21 
May, bur. at Great Ellingham, co. Norfolk, 26 May 
1885, the remains being subsequently removed to 
Gatton, CO. Surrey, 8 July 1897. Will dated 
4 July 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 698, 85) 7 August 
1885, by Jeremiah Colman of The Tower, Kenley, 
CO. Surrey, the son, and William Wilberforce Baynes 
of 21 Kensington Park Gardens, co. Middlesex, two 
of the surviving Exors. 



O^^tK^l^tAy^ 



'Isabella Cocksedge, eldest dau. of James 
Button of Hopton, near Ixworth, co. 
Suffolk, by Isabella his wife, dau. of 
Samuel and Anne Cocksedge ; born 6 
June, bapt. at Thelnetham, co. Suffolk, 
16 June 1822 ; marr. at Hopton (by the 
Rev. Samuel Frederick Bignold, Rector 
of Tivetshall, co. Norfolk) on Wednes- 
day, 25 July 1855; died at Chepstow 
House, Addiscombe, co. Surrey, aged 
74, on Wednesday, 17 March, bur. at 
Gatton 23 March 1897. Will dated 10 
November 1890, with codicil dated i 
March 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 647, 
97) I June 1897, by Jeremiah Colman of 
Gatton Park, the sole Exor. 



I 
Isabella Mary, born 19 November 

1856 ; marr. at West Croydon 
Baptist Chapel, co. Surrey (by 
the Rev. James Archer Spur- 
geon), on Saturday, 30 July 
1881, Charles Tyrrell Giles of the 
Inner Temple, and of Copse Hill 
House, Wimbledon, co. Surrey 
(3rd son of Alfred Giles of Cos- 
ford House, near Godalming, co. 
Surrey, President Institute Civil 
Engineers, and M.P. for South- 
ampton, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
John Coppard of Hayward's Heath, 
CO. Sussex) ; born 2 February 
1850; educated at Harrow and 
at King's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1875, M.A. 1884, a Student 
of the Inner Temple 2 May 187 1, 
called to the Bar 17 November 
1874; J.P. for CO. Surrey, M.P. 
for the Wisbech Division, co. 
Cambridge. =f= 



Jeremiah Colman=|=Mary, 3rd dau. of 



of Gatton Park,co. 
Surrey ; born 24 
April 1859, bapt. 
at West Croydon 
Baptist Chapel 10 
February 1894; of 
St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1882, M.A. 1886; 
J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Surrey, High 
Sheriff 1 893; Mas- 
ter Skinners' Com- 
pany 1899-1900; 
one of the Com- 
missioners of Lieu- 
tenancy for the 
City of London. 



JamesShortMcMaster 
of Toronto, Canada, 
and of Park Place, 
Mitcham, co. Surrey, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. 
of John Wardley ; 
born at Didsbury, co. 
Lancaster, i January 
1 864, and bapt. at New 
Maiden, co. Surrey ; 
marr. at West Croydon 
Baptist Chapel (by the 
Rev. James Archer 
Spurgeon) on Wed- 
nesday, 25 February 
1885. 



Frank Colman, 
born on Satur- 
day, I February 
i862;died,aged 
5, on Saturday, 
19 January, bur. 
in Abney Park 
Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 2 6Jan- 
uary 1867, the 
remains being 
removed to Gat- 
ton 8 July 1897. 



C>..xSe^^^<»0-'«-<i'<SO^A-^ 




Jeremiah Colman, born at The Tower, Kenley, 
on Friday, i January 1886, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Gatton, 14 April 1898; educated at Winchester 
College. 



145 



Edward Coltnan of Claphain= 
Common, CO. Surrey; born 12 
May 1808; died 27 September, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, i October 1874. Will 
dated 5 March 1873, with two 
codicils dated respectively 19 
August 1873, and 20 Septem- 
ber 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
791, 74) I December 1874, by 
Jeremiah Colman of Cannon 
Street, and Carshalton Park,co. 
Surrey, and Barnard Colman 
of Newmarket, co. Cambridge, 
the brothers, two of the Exors. 



=Eliza, dau. of Benjamin 
Farey ; born at Bow, 
CO. Middlese.x, 29 April 
181 7 ; marr. at the 
Paddington Congrega- 
tional Chapel, Maryle- 
bone, London (by the 
Rev. James Stratten), 
7 July 1840 ; died at 9 
Cedars Road, Clapham 
Common, in her 83rd 
year, on Tuesday, 19 
Dec, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, on Friday, 
22 Dec. 1899. 



Mary Anne, bom 31 August 1809; 
marr. 5 July 1836, William Fielding; 
born in 1798; died 4 April 1881, and 
bur. at Bowmanville, Ontaria, Canada. 
She died 2 March 1881, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Bowmanville, Ontario. 

A 

Sarah, born 21 July 181 1; died 14 Feb^ 
ruary, bur. in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, 
Norwich, 20 February 1872. Will 
dated 26 July 1867, proved at Norwich 
14 March 1872, by Henry Colman of 
New Lakenham, co. Norfolk, and 
Samuel Colman of Wilby Hall, co. 
Norfolk, the brothers, the Exors. 



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C^>^U/ C^yC^^~y^%^^^^^^^^ ^::iyt^^^ 






William Colman, born 24 September 
181 2; marr. in August 1839, Philippa 
Wilson, and died in Australia 19 
January 1882. He had issue, George 
Colman, born 11 June 1840, and died 
in 1846; Charles Colman, born 22 
June 1842, Kate, born i July 1845, 
and four younger children who died 
in Australia. 



Horace Palmer Colman=j=Mary, younger dau. of Thomas 



of Norwich ; born at i 
Exchange Street, Nor- 
wich, 10 November 1849, 
and bapt. at Princes 
Street Congregational 
Church, Norwich. 



Betts of Winfarthing, co. Nor- 
folk, by Elizabeth his wife ; 
born at Carleton Rode, co. 
Norfolk, 27 June 1855, and 
bapt. at Tibbenham, co. Nor- 
folk (110 record in Register) ; 
marr. at Winfarthing 31 
December 1879. 



Jane, born at i 
Exchange Street, 
Norwich, 26 Feb- 
ruary 1851. 



Hilda Mary, born at Bracon- 
dale, Nonvich, 6 December 
1880, and bapt. there 
privately. 



Lewis Betts Colman, born 
at Bracondale, Norwich, 
4 October 1884, and bapt. 
there privately. 



I 



Thomas Palmer 
Colman, born at i 
Exchange Street, 
Norwich, 9 July, 
died 21 July, and 
bur. in Thorpe 
Rosary .Cemetery, 
Norwich, 24 July 
1852. 



Olive, born at Bracondale, Norwich, 
16 December 1887, and bapt. 
at Princes Street Congregational 
Church, Norwich. 



146 



I 

Sarah, dau. of John Palmer of=T=Henry Colman, bom at=j= 

Welbome, co. Norfolk, by Jane 

Belts his wife ; born at Welborne, 

bapt. there privately 8 September, 

and received into the church at 

Welborne i December 1822 ; 

marr. at Trowse, co. Norfolk, 28 

November 1848; died 15 July, 

bur. in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, 

Norwich, 19 July 1852. ist wife. 



Rockland St. Peter, co. 
Norfolk, 10 February 18 14; 
died 15 March, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, 
Norwich, 18 March 1895. 
Will dated 16 April 1887, 
proved at Norwich 18 
April 1895, ^y Horace 
Palmer Colman and James 
Fielding, the Exors. 



=Harriett, eldest dau. of John 
Palmer of Welbome, by Jane 
Belts his wife ; born at Wel- 
borne 4 February, bapt. there 
privately 14 February 1819, 
and received into the church 
at Welborne 22 March 1820; 
marr. at St. Nicholas', Great 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 24 
August 1853. 2nd wife. 



Thomas William=j=Rosa Anne, eldest dau. of Maria Elizabeth, 
Colman of Nor- 1 Arthur Boardman of Bishop's born at St. Giles', 



wich; bom at St. 
Giles', Norwich, 
20 May 1854. 



Stortford, co. Hertford ; bom 
6 May 1866, and bapt. privately 
at Bishop's Stortford (by the 
Rev. William Cuthbertson) ; 
marr. at the Congregational 
Church, Bishop's Stortford, 9 
November 1898. 



Nor^^-ich, 13 July 
1856, and bapt. at 
St. Peter Mancroft, 
Norwich. 



I I 
George Colman, born 
at St. Giles', Norwich, 
2 August 1857. 



John Henry Colman, 
born at Stoke Holy 
Cross, Norwich, 1 9 
December 1858. 



Ena Phyllis, born at Point House, 29 Castle Meadow, 
Norwich, on Saturday, 26 August 1899, and bapt. at 
Princes Street Congregational Church, Norwich (by 
the Rev. Dr. Barrett). 



Herbert Edward Colman,=Edith Maude, 4th dau. of William Samuel Henry Colman, 

born at Stoke Holy Cross, Fordham of Dalston, co. Middlesex, by Emma bom9Mayi864; 

Norwich, 21 November his wife, dau. of John Chappell Walter of St. died the same 

i860. James' Park, London; born 2 February 1867, day, and bur. at 

bapt. at Holy Trinit)', Woodford, co. Essex, 27 Lakenham, co. 

June 1875 ; marr. at St. Mark's, Dalston (by the Norfolk. 

Rev. Ernest Arthur Blackwell Sanders, the 

Vicar), 27 June 1900. 



147 



Thomas Colman, born 4 June 1815; marr. at St. Mary's Baptist Chapel, Norwich, 14 April 
1840, Mary, dau. of James Page, by Mary Butcher his wife; born at St. Giles', Norwich, 26 
June, bapt. at St. Giles', Norwich, i July 1803; died, aged 78, 12 July, bur. in Thorpe Rosary 
Cemetery, Norwich, 14 July 188 1. He died 28 October, and was bur. in Thorpe Rosary 
Cemetery, Norwich, 2 November 1849. =j= 



Martha Emma, born at Norwich 7 January 1841 ; marr. at Princes Street 
Congregational Church, Norwich, 19 June 1873, James Fielding of Norwich 
(son of \Villiam Fielding, by Mary Anne his wife, elder dau. of Robert 
Colman of Rockfield, co. Norfolk); born 9 February 1844; educated at 
Bowmanville Grammar School, Victoria University, Toronto, Canada, and 
at St. Thomas' Hospital, London ; M.D. Victoria University, Toronto, 
1868, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1869, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1869. 



Emily, born at 
Norwich 22 June 
1843; died, aged 
3, I July, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary 
Cemetery, Nor- 
wich, 6 July 1846. 



Samuel Colman, born at Rockland, = 
near Attleborough, co. Norfolk, 14 
September 1816, and bapt. at Great 
Ellingham, co. Norfolk ; died 20 
October, bur. at Wilby, co. Norfolk, 
24 October 1894. Will dated 8 
December 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1071, 94) 27 November 1894, by 
William Bowles Colman and William 
Herbert Salter, the Exors. 



=Mary, dau. of William Bowles 
of Little Ellingham, co. Nor- 
folk, by Mary his wife ; born 
at Little Ellingham 7 Sep- 
tember 1828, and bapt. at 
Great Ellingham ; marr. there 
26 September 1854; died at 
Wilby Hall 12 May, bur. at 
Wilby 17 May 1893. 



Barnard Colman, born 
22 February 1818; marr. 
4 July 1861, Helen 
Willoughby Cropp. He 
died at 3 Salisbury 
Villas, Cambridge, aged 
64, on Thursday, 26 
October, and was bur. 
in the cemetery at New- 
market, CO. Cambridge, 
31 October 1882. 



Eliza Bowles, born at Attleborough 
13 September 1855; marr. at Wilby 
27 September 1883, John Henry 
Palmer (son of Foster Palmer of 
Banham, co. Norfolk, by Frances his 
wife); born at Banham 15 September, 
bapt. there 17 October 1858. 

A 

William Bowles Colman, born at 
Attleborough 17 September 1859; 
died at Hargham, co. Norfolk, 10 
May i860, and bur. at Wilby {no 
record m Register). 



William Bowles= 
Colman of Ken- 
dal Lodge, Carle- 
ton Rode, CO. 
Norfolk; born at 
Wilby Hall 3 
January 1862. 



'Caroline, dau. of 
Richard Bryant of 
Besthorpe Hall, 
CO. Norfolk ; born 5 
April 1862; marr. 
at Besthorpe 20 
October 1887. 



Edith Mary, born 
at Wilby Hall 12 
April 1867; died at 
Banham, co. Nor- 
folk, 1 1 March, 
bur. at Wilby 15 
March 1897. 



Ernest Colman, born Evelyn, born Doris, born 31 
20 July 1888. 9 June 1893. May 1896. 




148 



LEICESTER. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Per pale, gules and azure, 
three eagles displayed argent. 

Crest. — On a chapeau azure, turned up ermine, an ostrich argent, 
holding in its mouth a horse-shoe or. 

Supporters. — On either side an ostrich argent, the dexter gorged 
with a ducal coronet per pale, gules and azure, line 
reflexed over the back of the first ; the sinister gorged 
with a like coronet, per pale, azure and gules, and line 
reflexed over the back azure. 

Motto. — Prudens qui patiens. 



Leicester. 



Wenman Coke (formerly Roberts) of Longford, co. Derby, and of= 
Holford, CO. Norfolk (eldest son of Philip Roberts, Major in the 
and Horse Guards, by Anne his wife, dau. of Edward Coke of 
Holkham, co. Norfolk, and sister of Thomas, Earl of Leicester); 
M.P. for Derby and for co. Norfolk; assumed the surname of Coke 
instead of that of Roberts on succeeding to the estates of his uncle, 
Sir Thomas, Earl of Leicester, 25 March 1755. He marr. istly 
Mary, who died in her 28th year, i January, bur. at Buriton, co. 
Hants, 17 January 1744, her remains being subsequently removed 
to the Leicester vault in Tittleshall Church. He died, aged 60, 
II April 1776, and was bur. at Tittleshall, co. Norfolk {day of 
month not recorded in Register). M.L Will dated 21 March 1776, 
proved (P.C.C, 169 Bellas) 18 April 1776, by Philip Roberts, the 
father, Elizabeth Coke, the relict, and Thomas William Coke, the 
sons, the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of George 
Chamberlayne (afterwards 
Denton) of Hillesden, co. 
Buckingham ; died at Mort- 
lake, CO. Surrey, aged 78, 
14 December, bur. at 
Tittleshall 23 December 
1810. Adiiion was granted 
(P.C.C, Crickitt) 15 Jan- 
uary 181 1, to Thomas 
William Coke, the son. 
2nd wife. 



Margaret, marr. 21 December 1769, 
Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart, (eldest son 
of Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke, 
Bart., by Charlotte his wife, 6th dau. 
of Sir Robert Throckmorton, Bart.) ; 
died at Wingerworth, co. Derby, in 
his 8ist year, 16 November, bur. at 
Wingerworth 21 November 1804. 
Will dated 6 September 1 799, with 
codicil dated 9 March 1803, proved 
(P.C.C, 357 Nelson) 18 May 1805, 
by Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke, 
Bart., the son, the sole Exor. 
She died at Saville Row, London, 22 
January, and was bur. at Wingerworth 
2 February 182 1. 



Elizabeth, marr. 7 July 1774, James, ist Lord 
Sherborne of Sherborne, co. Gloucester (eldest son 
of John Lenox [Naper] Dutton of Loughcrew, co. 
Meath, by Jane his 2nd wife, dau. of Christopher 
Bond of Newland, co. Gloucester); born 22 October 
1744; by Royal Licence dated 19 April 1784, had 
the name and arms of Dutton only confirmed to him ; 
created Baron Sherborne of Sherborne, co. Gloucester, 
in the Peerage of Great Britain, 20 May 1784; died 
at Sherborne, and bur. there 22 May 1820. Will 
dated 25 November 1818, proved (P.C.C, 377 Kent) 
9 June 1820, by the Rt. Hon''''= John, Lord Sherborne, 
Baron Sherborne, co. Gloucester, formerly the Hon*"'^ 
John Dutton, the son, the sole Exor. She died nt 
Rushcombe House, co. Berks, aged 71, 17 December, 
and was bur. at Sherborne 24 December 1824. M.I. 



Jane Elizabeth, born December 1777; marr. at Holkham 21 June 1796, Charles Nevison, 
Viscount Andover (elder son of John, 15th Earl of Suffolk, and 8th Earl of Berkshire, by 
Julia his wife, dau. of John Gaskanh of Penrith, co. Cumberland) ; born in the parish of 
St. Marylebone, London, 13 May 1775; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford; 
killed by the accidental bursting of a fowling piece at South Creake, co. Norfolk, aged 24, 

10 January, bur. in the family vault at Tittleshall on Monday, 20 January iSoo. She marr. 
2ndly 17 April 1806, Admiral Sir Henry Digby, R.N., G.C.B., Commander-in-Chief at 
Sheerness, who died 19 August 1842. Will dated 29 November 1841, proved (P.C.C, 312, 43) 

11 May 1843, by Edward St. Vincent Digby, the son, one of the Exors. Power reserved 
to the Rev. Kenelm Henry Digby, the son, one of the other Exors, William Chard, the other 
Exor having renounced. She died 29 April 1863. 



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Jane, 6th dau.^ 
of James Lenox 
Button, father of 
James, ist Lord 
Sherborne; born 
at Sherborne, co. 
Gloucester, 29 
November 1753; 
marr. there 25 
October 1775 ; 
died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 
47, 2 June, bur. 
at Tittleshall, co. 
Norfolk, 16 June 
1800. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Thonias William Coke, ist Earl of Leicester ;= 
born 6 May, bapt. at St. James', Westminster, 
21 May 1754 (Sponsors: the Duke of 
Devonshire, the Earl of Leicester, and Mr. 
Archer); Steward, Coroner and Bailiff of the 
Duchy of Lancaster in co. Norfolk 13 April 
1775, M.P. for CO. Norfolk, D.L. for co. 
Derby 4 July 1781, D.L. for co. Norfolk 20 
April 1792, M.P. for co. Derby 1807; Major 
Commandant Holkham Troops of Gentry 
and Yeomanry 21 July 1798; created Earl 
of Leicester of Holkham, co. Norfolk, and 
Viscount Coke 12 August 1837 ; died at 
Longford Hall, co. Derby, in his 91st year, 
30 June, bur. in the family mausoleum at 
Tittleshall 11 July 1842. M.L at Longford, 
also a memorial column at Holkham erected 
by public subscription. Will dated 2 February 
1838, with codicil dated 13 December 1839, 
proved (P.C.C, 688, 42) 26 October 1842, 
by the Rt. Hon'''^ Edward Ellice and John 
Motteux, two of the Exors. Power reserved 
to the Rt. Hon''''' Anne, Dowager Countess 
of Leicester, the relict, the Rt. Hon'>''= 
Archibald John, Earl of Rosebery, and the 
Rt. Hon''''= John Charles, Earl Spencer, the 
other Exors. 




=Lady Anne Amelia, 3rd dau. 
of William Charles, 4th Earl 
of Albemarle, by the Hon'''"= 
Elizabeth his ist wife, dau. of 
Edward, 20th Lord de Clifford; 
born 16 June 1803 ; marr. 
at St. James' Square, West- 
minster, by special licence (by 
the Bishop of Norwich) 26 
February 1822. She marr. 
2ndly at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 25 October 
1843, the Rt. Hon'''' Edward 
Ellice (son of Ale.xander Ellice, 
Managing Director of the 
Hudson's Bay Company) ; 
born at Montreal, Canada, in 
1781; educated at Winchester 
and at the Marischal College, 
Aberdeen, M.A. 1810, received 
the honorary degree of D.C.L. 
from St. Andrew's University 
1862 ; D.L. for co. Inverness, 
M.P.; died at Ardochy, Glen- 
garry, CO. Inverness, aged 80, 
17 December 1863. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 8 March 1864, to 
Edward Ellice of 18 Arlington 
Street, London, the son. She 
died at Longford Hall, aged 
40, 22 July, and was bur. in 
the family vault at Longford 
29 July 1844. M.I. 2nd wife. 



Anne Margaret, born 23 January, bapt. at 
Holkham 23 February 1779; marr. there by 
licence 15 September 1794, Thomas William, 
Viscount Anson of Shughborough, co. Stafford 
(eldest son of George Adams Anson, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of George Venables Vernon, 
ist Lord Vernon); born 14 February 1767; 
created Viscount Anson and Baron Soberton 
17 February 1806; died at St. James' Square, 
London, aged 51, 31 July, bur. in the family 
vault at Shughborough 10 August 1818. M.L 
She died at her residence in Harley Street, 
London, 23 May, and was bur. in the family 
vault at Shugborough 31 May 1843. M.I. 
Will dated 5 October 1839, proved (P.C.C, 
458, 43) 15 July 1843. by the Rt. Hon"' 
Henry Manners, Baron Waterpark, and the 
Hon'''' George Anson, the son, the Exors. 



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Elizabeth Wilhelmina, marr. at Holkham 5 
December 1822, John Spencer-Stanhope of 
Cannon Hall, co. York (2nd son of Walter 
Spencer-Stanhope of Horsforth, co. York, and 
Cannon Hall, M.P., by Mary Winifred his 
wife, dau. and heir of Thomas Babington 
Pulleine of Carlton Hall, co. York) ; born 27 
May 1787; F.R.S., J.P. and D.L. for co. 
York ; died at his residence. Cannon Hall, 
aged 86, on Friday, 7 November, bur. at Caw- 
thorne, co. York, 13 November 1873. ^^'" 
dated 3 September 1867, proved at Wakefield 
I May 1874, by Walter Thomas WiUiam 
Spencer-Stanhope of Cannon Hall, the son, 
one of the surviving Exors. Power reserved 
to John Roddam Spencer-Stanhope, the son, 
the other surviving Exor. She died at Cannon 
Hall, aged 78, on Thursday, 30 October, and 
was bur. at Cawthorne 4 November 1873. 



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Edward Coke of LongI 
Court, CO. Derby; M.P. for 
Derby. 



ford=f=Grace, dau. of William Colhoun 
of Wrotham, co. Norfolk; marr. 
9 April 1792. 



Thomas William 
Coke, bom in 
January 1793; of 
Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1 4 February 
181 2, aged 19 ; 
M.P. for Derby 
1818-26. 



Edward Ralph Coke, marr. 
Elizabeth, and died at Figh- 
ledean House, co. Wilts, 27 
December 1852. Will dated 
7 July 185 1, proved (P.C.C, 
171, S3) S March 1853, by 
Elizabeth Coke, the relict, and 
Charles Henry Binstead, the 
Exors. 



Eliza Grace, marr. at Longford 29 August 
1822, the Hon'''' Henry Sedley Venables 
Vernon (2nd son of Henry, 3rd Baron 
Vernon, by Alice Lucy his 2nd wife, dau. 
of Sir John Whiteford, Bart.) ; born in 
1796; Lieut. -Colonel Grenadier Guards; 
died at Mayfield Hall, co. Stafford, on 
Friday, 12 December 1845. 



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Juliana, eldest dau. of Samuel= 
Charles Whitbread of Car- 
dington, co. Bedford, M.P., 
J. P. and D.L., by the Hon'>'« 
Juliana his ist wife, eldest dau. 
of Henry Otway, 21st Lord 
Dacre ; born 3 June 1825; 
marr. at Cardington on Thurs- 
day, 20 April 1843 ; died at 
Holkham Hall, co. Norfolk, on 
Thursday, 21 April, bur. in the 
mausoleum in the churchyard 
at Holkham 27 April 1870. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=SirThomas William Coke, Earl of Leicester, = 
K.G., of Holkham, co. Norfolk, and Vis- 
count Coke in the United Kingdom; born 
at Holkham 26 December 1822, bapt. there 
privately i January 1823; educated at Eton 
and at Winchester ; D.L. for co. Norfolk 
20 December 1843, Lord Lieutenant and 
Custus Rotulorum of Norfolk i August 
1846, Keeper of the Privy Seal to H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales 27 October 1870, 
a Councillor of the Duchy of Cornwall ; 
K.G. 30 June 1873 > succeeded his 
father as 2nd Earl of Leicester 30 June 
1842. 



=Hon''''= Georgina 
Caroline, eldest 
dau. of William 
George, 2nd Baron 
Chesham, by Hen- 
rietta Frances his 
wife, dau. of the 
Rt.Hon''''= William 
Saunders Sebright 
Lascelles ; born 4 
Feb. 1852; marr. at 
Latimer, co. Buck- 
ingham, 26 Aug. 
1875. 2nd wife. 



Julia, born at Holkham 4 December 1844, bapt. there 26 January 1845 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 26 April 1864, Mervyn, 7th Viscount Powerscourt, of 
Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, and Baron Wingfield of Wingfield, co. Wexford, in Ireland, Baron 
Powerscourt of Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, in the United Kingdom, K.P., P.C. (eldest son of 
Richard, 6th Viscount Powerscourt, of Powerscourt, and Baron Wingfield of Wingfield, by Lady 
Elizabeth Frances Charlotte Jocelyn his wife, eldest dau. of Robert, 3rd Earl of Roden, K.P.) ; 
born 14 October 1836, and bapt. at Powerscourt; formerly Lieutenant ist Life Guards, a 
representative Peer and Knight of St. Patrick, created Baron Powerscourt in the Peerage of 
the United Kingdom 27 June 1885; J. P. and D.L. for co. Wicklow, J. P. for Dublin. 

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Edward Keppel Wentworth Coke, born at Holkham, co.= 

Norfolk, 20 August, bapt. there 20 October 1824; 
educated at Eton ; Lieutenant Scots Fusilier Guards 
1841, Captain 1848, retired 1849; J. P. and D.L. 
for the counties of Norfolk and Derby, J. P. for co. 
Stafford, M.P. for West Norfolk 1847-52, High 
Sheriff for co. Derby 1859; died s.p. at Longford 
Hall, CO. Derby, aged 64, on Sunday, 26 May, bur. 
in Longford Churchyard 31 May 1889. M.L Will 
dated 19 October 1887, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 July 1888, and 14 May 1889, proved 
at Derby 27 September 1889, by John Gilbert Crompton 
of The Lillies, near Derby, and the Rt. HonWe Henry 
Anson Cavendish, Baron Waterpark, of Doveridge, co. 
Derby, the Exors. 



=Hon'''^ Diana Mary Blanche Georgiana, 
youngest dau. of George James Welbore, 
I St Baron Dover, by Lady Georgina his 
wife, dau. of George, 6th Earl of Carlisle, 
K.G.); born5 January 1832; marr.atSt. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 5 August 
1851; Bed-Chamberwoman to H.R.H. 
Princess of Wales 1863; died at 27 
Gower Street, London, 18 July, bur. at 
Longford 22 July 1890. M.L Will 
dated 2 November 1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 844, 90) 4 September 1890, by 
the Hon''''= Leopold George Frederick 
Agar Ellis of 19 Wilton Street, 
PimHco, CO. Middlesex, the brother, 
the surviving Exor. 



Richard Coke, born at Latimer, co. 
Bucks, on Sunday, 20 August, bapt. at 
Holkham 8 October 1876 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Lieutenant ist Battalion Scots Guards 
since 1899, served in South African 
War 1899-1900. 



Mabel, born at 
Holkham on Mon- 
day, 9 September, 
bapt. there 13 
October 1878. 



Edward Coke, born at Holkham 
on Friday, 17 October, bapt. 
there 23 November 1879 ; 
2nd Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 
(Prince Consort's Own) 1900, 
served in South African War 
1900. 



Anne, born at Holkham 11 December 1845, 
bapt. there 25 January 1846; marr. at Holkham 
on Friday, 16 January 1874, Major-General 
Edmund Manningham Manningham-BuUer (2nd 
son of Sir Edward Manningham Manningham- 
Buller, Bart., of Dilhorne Hall, co. Stafford, by 
Mary Anne his wife, dau. and heiress of Major- 
General Coote Manningham); born 11 June 1828; 
of the I St Battalion Rifle Brigade; died at Brocton 
Lodge, CO. Stafford, aged 68, on Sunday, 14 
February 1897. She died at Winchester, co. 
Hants, aged 30, on Sunday, 23 January, and was 
bur. in Winchester Cemetery 27 January 1876. 
M.L =r 



Gertrude, born at Holkham, and bapt. 
there 19 December 1847; marr. at Holk- 
ham 5 April 1866, Charles Adolphus, 7th 
Earl of Dunmore (only son of Alexander 
Edward, 6th Earl of Dunmore, by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. of George Augustus, 
nth Earl of Pembroke); born 24 March 
1 841; educated at Eton; D.L. for co. 
Inverness, Hon. Colonel ist Battalion 
Cameronian Highlanders, formerly Lord 
Lieutenant for co. Stirling, and Captain 
Scots Fusilier Guards ; Lord-in-waiting 
to the Queen 1874-80. 



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Henry John Coke of Longford Hall, co.=i=Lady Katharine Grey, dau. of Thomas Grosvenor, 



Derby ; born 3 January, bapt. at Holkham, 
CO. Norfolk, 12 February 1827; J. P. for co. 
Derby; formerly Midshipman R.N., served 
in China 1840-42 (medal); Secretary to 
the Rt. Hon"'^ Edward Horsman, Chief 
Secretary for Ireland, 1865-67. 



2nd Earl of Wilton, G.C.H., P.C, D.C.L., by Lady 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Edward, 12th Earl of 
Derby; marr. 23 July 1861 ; Lady-in-waiting to 
H.R.H. the Duchess of Teck 1895-97, extra 
Lady-in-waiting to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Cornwall and York since 1898. 



John Spencer Coke, born at Holkham on 
Thursday, 30 September, bapt. there 24 
October 1880; Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Scots Guards. 

Reginald Coke, born at Holkham on 
Saturday, 10 November, bapt. there 9 
December 1883. 



Henry Coke, born at Holkham on Friday, 9 March, 
bapt. there 15 April 1888; died at Holkham, aged 3, 
on Tuesday, 23 February, bur. there 27 February 
1892. M.L _ 

Lovel William Coke, born at Holkham on Saturday, 
19 August, bapt. there 17 September 1893. 



Colonel Thomas William, Viscount Coke, born at Holkham 20= 
July, bapt. there 17 December 1848; educated at Harrow; J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk; Major and Lieut. -Colonel 1888-94, Colonel 2nd 
Battalion Scots Guards 1892, Lieut.-Colonel Prince of Wales' 
Own Norfolk Artillery (Eastern Division R.A.) since 1894, 
served in the Egyptian Campaign 1882, present at Action of 
Mahuta and Battle of Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp and 
bronze star), and in the Suakim Expedition 1885 (clasp). 



=Hon'='^ Alice Emily, 2nd dau. of 
Luke, 2nd Baron Annaly, K.P., 
by Emily his wife, dau. of James 
Stuart; born 29 Sept. 1855; 
marr. at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, London (by the Rev. 
George Stopford Ram, Vicar of 
St. Anne's, Highgate, London), 
on Tuesday, 26 Aug. 1879. 



Thomas William Coke, born at 12 Augusta 
Gardens, Folkestone, co. Kent, on Friday, 9 
July, bapt. at Holkham 22 August 1880; 
educated at Eton and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; Lieutenant 3rd Battahon 
Scots Guards. 

Arthur George Coke, born at 3 Hereford 
Gardens, Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
6 April, bapt. at Denham, co. Buckingham, 28 
May 1882; Midshipman R.N. 1898. 



Marjory Alice, born at Cannes, France, 14 
February 1884, and bapt. there. 



Roger Coke, born at 13 Cadogan Square, 
Chelsea, London, on Tuesday, 28 December 
1886. _ 

Alexandra Marie Bridget, born at 13 Cadogan 
Square, Chelsea, on Tuesday, 10 February, 
bapt. at the Guards' Chapel, Wellington 
Barracks, London, 18 March 1891. 



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Lieut.-Colonel Wenman Clarence VValpole Coke, born 13 July, bapt. at Holkham 15 October 
1828; educated at Eton; entered the Scots Fusilier Guards in 1846, Lieutenant and Captain 
1853, Major 185s, Lieut.-Colonel 1858; served in the Crimea as A.D.C. to Lord Rokeby 1855 
(medal with clasp, Turkish medal, sth class Medjidie, and Sardinian Order of Valour); J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk, M.P. for East Norfolk 1858-65. 



Clement Coke, born 
26 April 1862 ; 
formerly Lieutenant 
I St Battalion Scots 
Guards and of the 
Royal Artillery ; now 
serving with Imperial 
Yeomanry in South 
Africa, 1901. 



Reginald Grey Coke, born 10= 
July 1864 ; formerly Lieutenant 
2nd Battalion Scots Guards, 
served in the Suakim Campaign 
1885 (medal with clasp, and 
bronze star) ; marr. istly in 1887, 
Elizabeth Wilson, marriage dis- 
solved in 1888. 



=Phyllis Susan, 2nd dau. of Francis 
William Bott of Somersal, co. Derby; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Canon Melville, 
D.D., assisted by the Rev. Anchitell 
Ansell, Rector of Longford, co. 
Derby), on Thursday, 21 April 1892. 
2nd wife. 



Mary, born at Holkham, co. Norfolk, 18 September, bapt. there 23 December 1849; marr. at 
Holkham iS December 1879, William Heneage, 6th Earl of Dartmouth (elder son of William 
Walter, 5th Earl of Dartmouth, by Lady Augusta his wife, dau. of Heneage, 5th Earl of Aylesford) ; 
born 6 May 185 1 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1869, 
aged 18 ; County Alderman and J. P. for co. Stafford, J. P. for the counties of Kent, Salop, and 
West Riding of co. York, Vice-Chamberlain of H.M. Household 1885-86, and 1886-91, M.P. 
for West Kent 1878-85, and for Lewisham 1885-91 ; Hon. Colonel ist Volunteer Battalion 
South Staffordshire Regiment; succeeded his father as 6th Earl 4 August 1891. 



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Margaret Sophia, born at Holkham, co. Norfolk, 6 March 1832; marr. at 
Holkham 7 May 1849, Sir Archibald Keppel Macdonald, Bart., of East 
Sheen, co. Surrey (elder son of Sir James Macdonald, 2nd Bart., by Sophia 
his wife, eldest dau. of William Charles, 4th Earl of Albemarle) ; born 1 5 
October 1820; educated at Harrow; formerly Captain Scots Fusilier Guards, 
and Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex, J. P. for co. Surrey, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Hants, High Sheriff for latter county 1865 ; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Bart. 29 June 1832. She died s.p. at 8 Park Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, aged 36, on Wednesday, 4 November 1868. He marr. 
2ndly at the Bavarian Chapel, Warwick Street, London (by the Rev. P. 
Gallway, S.J., assisted by the Hon^''^ and Rev. Gilbert Talbot, D.D.), on 
Thursday, 25 November 1869, Catherine Mary, elder dau. of John Nicholas 
Coulthurst of Gargrave House, co. York, and widow of the Hon"^'* Thomas 
Edward Stonor (eldest son of Thomas, 3rd Baron Camoys), who died suddenly 
at Woolmer Lodge, co. Hants, aged 64, on Tuesday, 27 November 1894. 

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Francis Motteux 
Coke, born 1 7 
January, bapt. 
at Holkham 30 
March 1835 ; 
died, aged 15 
months, and bur. 
at Tittleshall, 
CO. Norfolk, 14 
April 1836. 



Sybil Mary, born in London 21 March, bapt. at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London, 27 
April 1866; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London (by the Hon''''= and Rev. P>ancis 
Edmund Cecil Byng, the Vicar, and Chaplain-in-Ordinary to the Queen), on Tuesday, 15 
February 1887, Lieut.-Colonel Charles Crutchley of Sunninghill Park, co. Berks (younger son of 
General Charles Crutchley of Sunninghill Park, by Eliza Bayfield his wife, dau. of John Harris, 
R.N.); born at Birr, King's County, 10 December 1856, and bapt. there; formerly of the Scots 
Guards, A.A.G. for recruiting at Head Quarters; served in Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal 
with clasp and bronze star. Brevet of Major, 5th class Medjidie), in Nile Expedition 1884-85, 
severely wounded at El Gubat (two clasps). =j= 



Winifred, born at Holkham 12 January, bapt. there 23 February 1851 ; marr. at Holkham 

2 September 1873, Robert Bermingham, 4th Earl of Leitrim (only son of the Hon'''<= and Rev. 

Francis Nathaniel Clements, by Emily his wife, eldest dau. of Sir 

William Verner, Bart., M.P.); born 5 March, bapt. at Tartaraghan, 

CO. Armagh, 4 May 1847 ; formerly Lieutenant R.N. ; D.L. for 

CO. Leitrim ; succeeded his uncle, William Sydney, 3rd Earl of 

Leitrim, as 4th Earl, 2 April 1878 ; died at Portman Square, 

London, on Tuesday, 5 April 1892, and bur. at Carrigart, near 

Mulroy, co. Donegal. Will dated 11 February 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 674, 92) 17 June 

1892, by the Rt. Hon''''= Winifred, Countess of Leitrim, Charles John Stewart, and the Rt. 

Hon'''^ Llewellyn Neville Vaughan, Baron Mostyn, the Exors. 



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Margaret, born at Holkham, co. Norfolk, 20 April, 
bapt. there 30 May 1852 ; marr. at Holkham on 
Saturday, 2 May 1874, Henry, 2nd Lord Belper 
(2nd son of the Rt. Hon''''^ Edward, ist Lord Belper, 
P.C., by Emily his wife, dau. of the Rt. Rev. William 
Otter, D.D., Bishop of Chichester) ; born 20 May 
1840; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, LL.B. 1863, LL.M. 1S67; formerly 
Lieut.-Colonel and Hon. Colonel Commanding South 
Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry, A.D.C. to the 
Queen and Captain of the Corps of Gentlemen-at- 
Arms ; M.P. for East Derbyshire 1868-74, and for 
Berwick-on-Tweed 1880, J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Nottingham, Chairman of County Council for co. 
Nottingham ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 30 
June 1880; J.P.. for the counties of Derby and 
Leicester =p= 



Mildred, born at Holkham 24 January, 
bapt. there 26 February 1854 ; marr. at 
Holkham 5 November 1878, Thomas 
Francis, 3rd Earl of Lichfield (eldest 
son of Thomas George, 2nd Earl of 
Lichfield, by Lady Harriett Georgiana 
Louisa his wife, eldest dau. of James, 
ist Duke of Abercorn, K.G.); born 31 
January 1856 ; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1876; J.P., D.L. and County 
Alderman for co. Stafford ; succeeded 
his father as 3rd Earl 7 January 1892. 



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Wenman Coke, born at Holkham 20 November 
1855, bapt. there 6 January 1856; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Major Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), 
served in Afghan Campaign 1878-79, with the 
Peshawur Valley Field Force (medal); A.D.C. to 
the Commander-in-Chief, Field-Marshal Viscount 
Wolseley, i November 1895-1900. 



Arthur Coke, born 
at Holkham 30 
April 1858, bapt. 
there privately the 
same day ; died at 
Holkham i May, 
bur. at Tittleshall 
3 May 1858. 



John Coke, born at 
Holkham 30 June, 
bapt. there 3 1 July 
1859 ; died very sud- 
denly at Holkham, 
aged r year, 30 June, 
bur. at Tittleshall 7 
July i860. 




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Mop of iiloor House, 
ro. Bur|)am. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, a fess indented chequy, argent and 
gules, between two lozenges of the second. 

Crest. — In front of a dexter hand couped 
at the wrist, pointing upwards with the 
thumb and two fingers proper, three 
lozenges conjoined fesswise azure. 

Motto. — Confido. 



William Boyd of Newcastle -on - 
Tyne, co. Northumberland, and of 
Burfield Priory, co. Gloucester 
(eldest son of William Boyd of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, by Juliana his 
wife, only dau. and heir of Robert 
Peat of Cumberland and of New- 
castle-on-Tyne) ; born in 1773; 
died at Burfield Priory, aged 82, 
18 February, bur. at Westbury-on- 
Trym, co. Gloucester, 24 February 
1855. Will dated 8 October 1845, 
with codicil of same date, proved 
(P.C.C, 475. 55) 7 -'^Pril 1855, by 
the Rev. William Boyd and Edward 
Fenwick Boyd, the sons, and Joseph 
Hawks, son-in-law, the EXors. 



=Esther, only dau. 
and heir of Robert 
Locke of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne ; born 30 
April 1777 ; marr. 

21 August 1802 ; 
bur. at St. Andrew's, 
Newcastle - on -Tyne 

22 January 1818. 



Juliana, born 31 August 1803 ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Newcastle-on-Tyne (by the Rev. 
William Boyd, Vicar of Arncliffe, co. York), 
on Tuesday, 7 August 1855, Admiral Benedictus 
Marwood Kelly of Saltford, co. Somerset (2nd son 
of Benedictus Marwood Kelly of Holsworthy, 
CO. Devon); born at Holsworthy i September 
1 790 ; entered the Royal Navy, wounded 
in a boat attack on the French in the 
Island of Elba 1801, Captain 19 July 1821, 
Admiral 27 April 1863 ; Founder of Kelly 
College, CO. Devon ; died at Saltford House, 
near Bath, aged 82, on Thursday, 26 September, 
bur. at Kelly 8 October 1867. Will dated 29 
September 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 740, 67) 
II November 1867, by Reginald Kelly of 
TrenifHe, in the parish of Lawhitton, co. Corn- 
wall, and William Marwood Kelly of Taunton, 
CO. Somerset, M.D., two of the Exors. Power 
reserved to the Rt. Hon''''^ William Reginald, 
Earl of Devon, Thomas Dyke Acland and 
Arthur Kelly, three other of the Exors, the 
Rev. John Barlow, the other Exor, having 
renounced. She died 4 December, and was 
bur. at Saltford 7 December 1896. 



Robert Boyd of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; born 
29 August 1804; died unmarried at sea off 
Cartagena, Spain, 12 December 1844, bur. 
at Marseilles, South of France, 13 January 
1845. _ 

Mary, born 27 August 1805; marr. 19 
August 1828, Joseph Hawks of Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, formerly of Jesmond, co. 
Northumberland; J. P. and D.L. ; died at 
Cheltenham, aged 82, on Friday, 7 Novem- 
ber, bur. in Cheltenham Cemetery 13 
November 1873. Will dated 8 June 1858, 
proved at Gloucester 3 January 1874, by 
Mary Hawks of Cheltenham, the relict, the 
sole ExecutrLx. She died at Cheltenham on 
Friday, 7 November, and was bur. in 
Cheltenham Cemetery 12 November 1884. 
Will dated 27 May 1884, proved at Glou- 
cester 24 December 1884, by Richard 
Clement Moody of Caynham, co. Salop, a 
Major-General in H.M. Army, one of the 
Exors. Power reserved to Mary Moody, wife 
of Richard Clement Moody, the daughter, 
the other Exor. =f= 



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Elizabeth, born 
22 October 1807; 
died 21 January 
1808. 



Van*"'' William Boyd, born 21 April 1809; of University= 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 June 1827, aged 18, 
B.A. 1831, jM.A. 1834; Vicar of Arncliffe, co. York, 
for 58 years, Archdeacon of Craven, and Hon. Canon 
of Ripon i860; died at Arncliffe Vicarage, aged 84, 
on Tuesday, 18 July, bur. at Arncliffe 21 July 1893. 
Will dated 27 October 1883, proved at Wakefield 24 
October 1893, by William Boyd, Mechanical Engineer, 
the Exor. Power reserved to 
the Ven'''^ Charles Twining 
Boyd, Archdeacon of Colombo, 
the other Exor. 



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Isabella, eldest dau. 
of George Twining of 
Sheen, co. Surrey ; 
born 27 July 1805 ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Paddington, London, 
II October 1836; 
died at Arncliffe 3 
December, bur. there 
9 December 1880. 



William Boyd of North House, Long= 
Benton, Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland ; born at Arncliffe 
17 October 1839, and bapt. there 
privately the same day; J. P. for co. 
Northumberland 1894. 



Esther Diana, born at 12 Victoria 
Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 
Thursday, 10 October, bapt. at 
Arncliffe 29 December 1867; died 
at 74 Jesmond Road, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, aged 7I years, on Saturday, 
1 7 April, bur. at Newcastle-on-Tyne 
21 April 1875. 



William Boyd, born at 12 Victoria 
Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 
Saturday, 7 August, bapt. at Arn- 
cliffe 19 September 1869 ; died at 
Davos Platz, Switzerland, aged 24, 
on Monday, 23 October 1893, 
and bur. there. 



=Jane Diana, only dau. of Edward Hawks of Douglas, 
Isle of Man, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Knightley ; born at Liverpool 16 October 1839, 
and bapt. there ; marr. at St. Thomas', Douglas (by the 
Rev. Canon William Boyd, father of the bridegroom), 
on Thursday, 28 September 1865. 



Marion Isobel, born at 12 Victoria Terrace, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, on Tuesday, 19 September, bapt. at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne 22 October 187 1 ; marr. at St. Bartholomew's, 
Long Benton (by the Ven''''= the Archdeacon of Colombo, 
uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Ernest Stanley 
Grover, the Vicar, and the Rev. Canon James Hen- 
derson, Vicar of Wallsend, co. Northumberland), on 
Wednesday, 14 June 1899, Francis Stewart Kennedy 
Shaw (only son of Colonel George Kennedy Shaw of the 
68th [ist Battalion Durham Light Infantry] Regiment); 
born at Whitegate, co. Cork, on Monday, 18 September 
1871 ; Captain 67th (2nd Battalion Hampshire) Regiment. 



Cecily Knightley, born at 74 Jesmond Road, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, on Saturday, 12 August, bapt. at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne 17 September 1876. 



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Edward Fenwick Boyd of Moor House, Leatnside,= 
CO. Durham; born lo August 1810; J. P. for co. 
Durham ; died at Moor House, Leamside, the 
day after his 79th birthday, on Saturday, 31 August, 
bur. at West Rainton, co. Durham, 3 September 
1889. Will dated 10 April 1884, with three codicils 
dated respectively 26 July 1884, 28 December 1888, 
and II July 1889, proved at Durham 19 October 
1889, by Julia Boyd of Moor House, spinster, the 
daughter, and George Fenwick Boyd of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, and Robert Fenwick Boyd of Holly House, 
Houghton-le-Spring, co. Durham, Mining Engineer, 
and Hugh Fenwick Boyd of 1 1 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, Barrister-at-Law, the sons, the Exors. 




=Ann, dau. of Thomas 
Anderson of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, co. Northum- 
berland ; marr. at St. 
John's, Newcastleon- 
Tyne (by the Rev. 
William Boyd, Vicar of 
Arncliife, co. York), on 
Tuesday, 4 May 1841 ; 
died at Moor House, 
Leamside, aged 44, 
bur. at Pelton, co. Dur- 
ham, 4 January 1862. 



Charles Boyd, 
born 1 7 Decem- 
ber 181 1 ; Lieu- 
tenant Hon'''= 
East India Co.'s 
Service ; died 
at sea 26 August 
1829 _ 

Matthew Boyd, 
bapt. 2 1 Au- 
gust 1815; died 
1 5 September 
1818. 



Juliana, bapt. at Pelton, co. 
Durham, 3 April 1846 ; died 
unmarried at Auckland, New 
Zealand, 10 January 1892. 
Will dated 27 February 1890, 
with codicil dated 18 August 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 515, 
92) 19 May 1892, by Hugh 
Fenwick Boyd, the brother, 
and the Rev. George Howard 
Wright, the surviving Exors. 



George Fenwick Boyd= 
of Moor House, co. 
Durham ; born 31 
December 1849 ; of 
University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
28 January 1S68, aged 
18, B.A. 1871. 



=Janet Augusta, eldest dau. of George 
Augustus Haig of Pen Ithon, co. 
Radnor, J. P., High Sheriff 1864, one of 
the Lords of the Manor of Gollon, by 
.'\nne Eliza his wife, 2nd dau. of Captain 
Michael Edwin Fell ; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, South Kensington, London 
(by the Rev. Canon William Boyd, 
uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. James Ale.xander Fell, uncle of the 
bride), on Tuesday, 3 November 1874. 



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Rev. Charles Twining Boyd, born 19 February, bapt.= 
at Arncliffe 27 March 1842 ; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 October i86r, aged 19, B.A. 
1865, M.A. 1868; Rector of Prince's Risborough, co. 
Buckingham, 1877-79, Chaplain of St. Peter's, Co- 
lombo, Ceylon, 1880, and Incumbent of St. Michael's, 
Colombo, since 1889, Examining Chaplain to Bishop 
and Archdeacon of Colombo since 1891. 



Cj^4iry/. 



=Adelaide, 2nd dau. of 
AVilliam Powell of 
Prince's Risborough ; 
marr. at Newport Pag- 
nell, CO. Buckingham 
(by the Rev. Canon 
William Boyd, Vicar of 
Arncliffe, father of the 
bridegroom, assisted by 
the Rev. Arthur Linzee 
Chatterton Heigham, 
the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
16 January 1872. 



Robert Boyd, 
born at Arn- 
cliffe Vicarage 
on Thursday, 
5 June, bapt. 
at Arncliife 

29 June 1845; 
died unmar- 
ried on Mon- 
day, 25 June, 
bur.atAmcliffe 

30 June 1SS3. 



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Robert Fenwick Boyd, born at Urpeth, co. Durham, 8 August, = 
bapt. at Pelton i6 August 1851 ; died at Warley Elms, near 
Brentwood, co. Essex, aged 40, on Friday, i January, bur. 
at West Rainton 6 January 1892. Will proved at Durham 
10 February 1892, by Annie Boyd, the relict, George Fenwick 
Boyd and Thomas Mathews, the Exors. 




=Annie, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Mathews of Warley Elms, near 
Brentwood, by Charlotte Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Charles 
Hodsdon ; born at East Ham, 
CO. Essex, 25 May, bapt. there 
18 July 1859 ; marr. at Great 
Warley, co. Essex (by the 
VenW^ William Boyd, Arch- 
deacon of Craven, uncle of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
Hammond Bailey, the Rector), 
on Wednesday, 1 June 1887. 



Ann Mathews, born at Houghton-le- 
Spring on Saturday, 1 1 August, bapt. 
there 7 October 1888. 



Edward Fenwick Boyd, born at 
Houghton-Ie-Spring on Tuesday, 
13 May, bapt. there 22 June 1890. 



Hugh Fenwick Boyd of 13 Evelyn=j=! 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
and of Marksdene, West Clandon, co. 
Surrey; born 24 December 1852, bapt. 
at Pelton 28 January 1853; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated i June 
1871, aged 18; a Student of the Inner 
Temple 9 April 1877, called to the Bar 
26 January 1880, Q.C.; died at Durham 
on Tuesday, 5 July, bur. at West 
Rainton, co. Durham, 8 July 1898. 



^Elizabeth, 4th dau. of David Gibson Fleming 
of Oak Bank, Whalley Range, co. Lancaster, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Dr. John 
Roberton ; marr. at West Clandon, co. 
Surrey (by the Ven'''« William Boyd, Arch- 
deacon of Craven, uncle of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry Brydges Biron 
and the Rev. George Forster Dalton, the 
Rector), on Thursday, 9 August 1888. 



Other 



Hugh Lennox Fleming 
Boyd, born 9 February, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, 20 March 
1890. 



Juliana Fenwick, born at 13 
Evelyn Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, on Tuesday, 22 November 
1892, bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, 11 
January 1893. 



Mary Elizabeth Fenwick (posthu- 
mous); born at 13 Evelyn Gardens, 
South Kensington, on Wednesday, 
18 January, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, London, 14 February 
1899. 




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I 



\ 




2Rej)nen#acfe of jBtetfjerton, 
CO* Bebon. 



Arms on record in Ulster's Office, — 
Quarterly, sable and erminois ; in the 1st 
quarter a sword in bend sinister argent, 
pommel and hilt or, encircled by a wreath 
of the last ; in the 4th, a cinquefoil of the 
3rd ; in the centre chief, pendent from a 
crimson ribbon, bordered blue, a repre- 
sentation of the golden cross and clasps 
presented to Major-General Pack by H.M. 
George III. in testimony of his royal appro- 
bation of the signal valour displayed by the 
said Major-General Pack in divers actions 
with the enemy in the Peninsula of Spain. 

Crest. — A mural crown argent, issuing 
therefrom a lion's head gules, gorged with 
a wTeath or. 

Motto. — Fidus confide. 



Major-General Sip 
Denis Pack, K.C.B. 
(only son of the Very 
Rev. Thomas Pack, 
Dean of Ossory for 
52 years, by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. 
and heiress of Denis 
Sullivan of Bere- 
haven, co. Cork) ; 
born 7 October 
1775 ; died at the 
house of Lord 
Beresford, Wimpole 
Street, London, 24 
July 1823, and 
bur. at St. Canice 
Cathedral, Kil- 

kenny. Will dated 
5 August 1 8 16, 
proved (P.C.C., 
537 RicJiards) 30 
September 1823, 
by Lady Elizabeth 
Louisa Pack, the 
relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



= Lady Elizabeth Louisa, youngest dau. 
of George, ist Marquess of Waterford, 
by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. and 
heiress of Henry MonckofCharleville, 
co.Cork, by Lady Isabella his wife, 2nd 
dau . of Henry, i st Duke of Portland ; 
born at Curraghmore, co. Cork, 2 Feb. 
1783; marr. at Little Marylebone 
Church, London, ioJulyi8i6; marr. 
2ndly 1 2 Feb. 183 1, Lieut.-GeneralSir 
Thomas Reynell, Bart., K.C.B., of 
Avisford, co. Sussex,who died at Avis- 
ford 10 Feb. 1848, and was bur. at 
Chichester, his body being re-interred 
at Walberton, co. Sussex, on the day 
of his wife's funeral, in a grave adjoin- 
ing her's. His will dated 27 March 
1846, was proved (P.C.C, 257,48) 27 
March 1 848, by Lady Elizabeth Louise 
Reynell, the relict, the sole Executrix. 
She died at Avisford 6 Jan., and was 
bur. at Walberton 14 Jan. 1856. Will 
dated 28 April 1 854, with codicil dated 
2 Jan. 1856, proved (P.C.C, 152, 56) 
28 Jan. 1856, by Arthur John Pack, 
Denis William Pack-Beresford, the 
sons, and Sir John William Hamilton 
Anson, Bart., and Lawrence Walker, 
the Exors. 



Lieut.-Colonel Arthur John Reynell-Pack,C.B., of Avisford ;= 
born 5 May, bapt. at Little Marylebone Church, London, i 
June 181 7 ; of the 7th Regiment of Foot (Royal Fusiliers), 
C.B. and Knight of the Legion of Honour, Deputy Quarter- 
Master-General, J. P. for CO. Sussex ; assumed by Royal 
Warrant dated 13 June 1857, the name of Reynell on suc- 
ceeding Sir Thomas Reynell, Bart., in the manors of North 
and East Bowers and East Chilton, co. Somerset, Sulgrave, 
CO. Northampton, and Netherton, co. Devon; died after a 
few hours' illness, aged 43, on Friday, 17 August 1S60, and 
bur. at Walberton. Will dated 23 January 1855, with two 
codicils dated respectively 23 January 1S55, and 18 Feb- 
ruary 1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 605, 60) 15 September 
i860, by Denis William Pack-Beresford of Fenagh Lodge, 
CO. Carlow, the brother, one of the Eicors. 



=Frederica Katherine, 2nd dau. of 
Colonel the Hon''''= Henry Heley 
Hutchinson of Weston, co. North- 
ampton, and Upper Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, by Har- 
riet his wife, eldest dau. of VVilliam 
Battle Wrightson of Cusworth, co. 
York, M.P., and widow of the 
Hon'''^ Sylvester North Douglas ; 
born at Weston 27 May 1827 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. 
Henry Howarth, Rector of the 
parish), on Saturday, 28 December 
1850. 



Louisa Frederica, born on Palm Sunday, 4 April, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
3 May 1852, marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London (by the Bishop of Gloucester and 
Bristol), on Tuesday, 20 July 1875, Arthur Becher Ellicott of The Culls, Stroud, co. Gloucester 
(only son of the Rt. Rev. Charles John Ellicott, Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, by Constantia 
Ann his wife, dau. of Admiral Becher, R.N.); born in London 24 September, bapt. at St. Mary- 
lebone Parish Church 24 October 1 849 : educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A. 
1872, M. A. iSgijaStudent of the Middle Temple 29 April 1872, called to the Bar 26 January 1875; 
Secretary to Cathedral Churches Commission 1879-85, Chancellor of the Dioceses of Gloucester 
and Bristol since 1891, County Court Judge at Gloucester since 1892. =j= 

16? A 



Denis William Pack-Beresford of Fenagh, co. Carlow;= 
born 7 July, bapt. privately 9 July 1818 (baptism 
registered at Little Marylebone Church, London); M.P. 
for CO. Carlow; Captain Royal Horse Artillery, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Carlow; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 6 March 1854, the additional name of Beresford 
in compliance with the will of William Carr, Viscount 
Beresford, G.C.B. ; died at Fenagh, aged 63, on 
Wednesday, 28 December 1881, bur. at Lorum, 
Bagenalstown, co. Carlow, 4 January 1882. M.I. Will 
dated 21 January 1867, with two codicils dated respec- 
tively 22 November 187 1, and i January 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 88, 82) 14 February 1882, by Sir William 
Reynell Anson of Elm Hill, Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 
Bart., the nephew, the surviving Exor. 



=Annette Caroline, only dau. of Robert 
Clayton Browne of Browne's Hill, co. 
Carlow, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1 83 1, by Harriette Augusta his wife, 
3rd dau. of Hans Hamilton, M.P. for 
CO. Dublin; born 7 September 1840; 
marr. at Carlow Parish Church (by the 
Hon'''" and Vent^'' Henry Scott Stop- 
ford, Archdeacon of Leighlin, assisted 
by the Rev. W. Purdon, the Rector, 
on Thursday, 12 February 1863; died 
at Howth, CO. Dublin, aged 51, on 
Thursday, 1 1 February, bur. at Lorum, 
Bagenalstown, 16 February 1892. M.L 



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{For issue see Pedigree of Pack-Beresford, page 168). 



Elizabeth Georgiana Anne, born at 
39 Lower Grosvenor Street, London, 
on Tuesday, 26 April, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
28 May 1853; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, i March 
1877, James Anson Farrer of Ingle- 
borough, CO. York (eldest son of 
the Rev. Matthew Thomas Farrer 
of Ingleborough, by Mary Louisa his 
2nd wife, eldest dau. of General Sir 
William Anson, Bart., K.C.B.); born 
24 July 1849; educated at Eton and 
at Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 21 October 1867, aged 18, 
B.A. 187 1, a Student of the Middle 
Temple 11 January 1872, called to 
the Bar 30 April 1875 ; J. P. for co. 
Westmoreland, High Sheriff for co. 
York 1897. =f= 



Mary Isabella Harriet, born at 39 Lower Grosvenor 
Street, London, 7 November, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 5 December 1854. 



Harriet Katherine Grace, born at Cork 26 April, bapt. at 
St. Fin Bar's Cathedral, Cork, 23 May 1856; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Scarborough, co. York (by the Ven''''^ Archdeacon 
Blunt, D.D., the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. James Arthur 
Faithfull, Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Scarborough), on 
Tuesday, 18 January 1887, Sir Archibald Spencer Lindsey 
Campbell, Bart., of Succoth, co. Dumbarton (eldest son 
of George Ramsay Campbell of the Hon''''= East India 
Co.'s Service, by Lucy his wife, dau. of Thomas Spencer 
Lindsey of Hollymount, co. Mayo); born 27 June 1852; 
educated at Harrow and non-Collegiate of O.xford, ma- 
triculated 21 October 1871, aged 19, B.A. of University 
College 1876 ; an Advocate at the Scotch Bar, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Dumbarton; succeeded his cousin. Sir George 
Campbell, as 5th Bart. 17 February 1874; formerly 
Lieutenant Highland Borderers (Stirling) Militia. 

T 

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166 



Anne Elizabeth, bom at Plymouth, co. Devon, 13 April, 
bapt. at Plymouth Parish Church 30 April 1820; marr. at 
Marylebone Parish Church, London (by the Rev. C. 
Phipps Eyre, the Rector), on Tuesday, 28 September 
1869, Rev. George John Mapletoft Paterson (eldest son of 
John Mapletoft Paterson of Putney, co. Surrey, and 
nephew of Colonel George Paterson of Castle Huntly) ; 
born 27 June 1821; of Lincoln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 November 1840, aged 19, B.A. 1844, 
M.A, 1847 > Rector of Brome with Oakley, co. Suffolk, 
for 40 years ; died at Brome Rectory, aged 66, on 
Monday, i August, bur. at Brome 6 August 1887. Will 
dated 30 March 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 795, 87) 13 
September 1887, by Anne Elizabeth Paterson of Brome 
Rectory, co. Suffolk, the relict, the sole Executrix. She 
died at Springfield, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, aged 69, on 
Wednesday, 18 September, bur. at Brome 21 September 
1889. Will dated i September 1888, with codicil of same 
date, proved (Prin. Reg., 854, 89) 18 October 1889, by 
Sir William Reynell Anson of Elm Hill, Hawkhurst, co. 
Kent, Bart., the nephew, and Major-General Adrian Hugh 
Paterson of 25 South Road, Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset, two of the Exors. 



Elizabeth Catherine, born at 
Plymouth 8Decemberi822; marr. 
at Marylebone Parish Church, 
London, 27 July 1842, Sir John 
William Hamilton Anson (son of 
General Sir William Anson, Bart., 
G.C.B., by Louisa Frances Mary 
his wife, only child of John Dicken- 
son) ; born at Devonshire Place, 
London, 26Decemberi8i6; killed 
by a railway accident at Wigan, co. 
Lancaster, on Saturday, 2 August 
1873. Will dated 13 August 1872, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 618, 73) 19 
September 1873, by the Ven'''= 
George Henry Greville Anson of 
Birch Rectory, Fallowfield, co. 
Lancaster, Archdeacon of Man- 
chester, the brother, and Denis 
William Pack-Beresford of Fenagh 
House, CO. Carlow, and Sir Wil- 
liam Reynell Anson of 33 Portland 
Place, CO. Middlesex, Bart., the 
son, three of the Exors. 



As 



Flora Charlotte, born 
at 41 Harley Street, 
London, 26 February, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Marylebone, London, 
10 March 1858. 



Frederica Louisa, born 
at 41 Harley Street, 
London, 26 May, bapt. 
there privately 12 July 
1859- 



Arthur Denis Henry Heber= 
Reynell-PackofNetherton, 
CO. Devon ; born at i Upper 
Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, 22 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
24 November i860; edu- 
cated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 31 May and 10 
October 1879, aged 18; 
J. P. for CO. Northampton, 
formerly Lieutenant in 
Northampton and Rutland 
Militia. 



=Florence Elizabeth Hannah, eldest dau. of 
Frederick John Walker of The Priory, 
Bathwick, co. Somerset; born at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 9 April 1851 ; marr. at 
Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, on Thursday, S 
March 1894; marr. istly at Bathwick 20 
February 1878, Sir Henry Wrixon-Becher, 
Bart., of Castle Hyde, and Ballygiblin, co. 
Cork (eldest son of Sir William Wrixon- 
Becher, I St Bart., of Ballygiblin, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John O'Neill); born 23 
June 1826 ; D.L. ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Bart. October 1850; died 25 No- 
vember, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 30 November 1893. M.I. 




167 




^acli^iSeresforli* 



Arms on record in Ulster's Office. — Quarterly, 
1st and 4th, Argent, semee of cross crosslets 
fitchee, three fleur-de-lis, two and one, sable, 
within a bordure wavy pean, Beresford ; 2nd and 
3rd, Quarterly, sable and erminois ; in the ist 
quarter a sword in bend sinister argent, pommel 
and hilt or, encircled by a wreath of the last ; in 
the 4th, a cinquefoil of the 3rd ; in the centre 
chief, pendent from a crimson ribbon, bordered 
blue, a representation of the golden cross and 
clasps presented to Major-General Pack by H.M. 
George III. in testimony of his royal approbation 
of the signal valour displayed by the said Major- 
General Pack in divers actions with the enemy 
in the Peninsula of Spain, Pack. 

Crests. — I, Issuant from a mural crown or, 
a dragon's head per fesse, wavy, azure and gules, 
the lower part of the neck transfixed by a broken 
spear, in the mouth the remaining part of the 
spear, the point upwards or, Beresford ; 2, A 
mural crown argent, issuing therefrom a lion's 
head gules, gorged with a wreath or, Pack. 

Motto. — Nil nisi cruce. 



Denis William Pack-Beresford^ 
of Fenagh, co. Carlow (younger 
son of Major-General Sir Denis 
Pack, K.C.B., by Lady Eliza- 
beth Louisa his wife, youngest 
dau. of George, ist Marquess 
of Waterford); born 7 July, 
bapt. privately 9 July 18 18 
(baptism registered at Little 
Marylebone Church, London) ; 
M.P. for CO. Carlow; Captain 
Royal Horse Artillery, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Carlow; assumed 
by Royal Licence dated 6 
March 1854, the additional 
name of Beresford in com- 
pliance with the will of William 
Carr, Viscount Beresford, 
G.C.B. ; died at Fenagh, aged 
63, on Wednesday, 28 Decem- 
ber 1881, bur. at Lorum, 
Bagenalstown, co. Carlow, 4 
January 1882. M.L Will 
dated 21 January 1867, with 
two codicils dated respectively 
22 November 187 1, and i 
January 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 88, 82) 14 February 
1882, by Sir William Reynell 
Anson of Elm Hill, Hawkhurst, 
CO. Kent, Bart., the nephew, the 
surviving Exor. 



=Annette Caroline, 
only dau. of Robert 
Clayton Browne of 
Browne's Hill, co. 
Carlow, J. P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 
1 83 1, by Harriette 
Augusta his wife, 
3rd dau. of Hans 
Hamilton, M.P. for 
CO. Dublin ; bom 7 
Septetpber 1840; 
marr. at Carlow 
Parish Church (by 
the Hon'''^ and 
Ven''i'= Henry Scott 
Stopford, Arch- 
deacon of Leighlin, 
assisted by the Rev. 
W. Purdon, the 
Rector, on Thurs- 
day, 1 2 February 
1863 ; died at 
Howth, CO. Dublin, 
aged 51, on Thurs- 
day, 1 1 February, 
bur. at Lorum, 
Bagenalstown, 16 
February 1S92. 
M.L 



Denis Robert Pack-Beresford= 
of Fenagh House ; born at 
39 Upper Mount Street, 
Dublin, on Wednesday, 23 
March 1864; educated at 
Rugby and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 Oc- 
tober 1883, aged 19, B.A. 
1888, a Student of the Inner 
Temple 1884; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Carlow. 



=Alice Harriett Cromie, only dau. 
of James Acheson Lyle of Port- 
stewart House,co. Londonderry, 
J. P., by Emily Octavia his 2nd 
wife, dau. of the Hon'''^ and 
Rev. Henry Ward, Rector of 
Killinchy, co. Down ; born at 
Glandore, Kilrea, 24 July 1868; 
marr. at the new parish church, 
Bangor, co. Down, 1 1 August 
1891. 



Arthur William Pack-Beresford, 
born on Thursday, 23 April 
1868 ; Captain Royal Field 
Artillery, served in South 
African War as Special Service 
Officer i899-i9oi,with Roberts' 
Horse severely wounded at 
Sanna's Post 31 March 1900; 
Major South African Con- 
stabulary. 



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Charles George Pack-Beresford, 
born on Sunday, 21 November 
1869, bapt. at Marylebone 
Parish Church 4 January 
1870 ; Captain and Adjutant 
the Queen's Own (Royal West 
Kent Regiment), served in the 
Operations on the North-West 
Frontier of India 1897-98 
(medal with clasp) ; in the South 
African War wnth his regiment 
1900-1901. 



Elizabeth Harriet, 
born at 30 Upper 
Harley Street, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 
1 1 March, bapt. at 
Marylebone Parish 
Church 1 1 April 
1865. 



Annette Louisa, 
born I August, 
bapt. at Mary- 
lebone Parish 
Church 30 Au- 
gust 1866. 



Henry John Pack- 
Beresford, bom in 
London on Tuesday, 
22 August, bapt. at 
Mar)'lebone Parish 
Church 19 Septem- 
ber 1 87 1 ; Captain 
Highland Light In- 
fantry. 



Reynell James Pack-Beresford= 
of Cromlyn Lodge, Hills- 
borough, CO. Down ; bom at 
Fenagh House, co. Carlow, on 
Saturday, 21 December 1872, 
bapt. privately at Fenagh (by 
the Rev. LesHe Badham), 21 
January 1873. 



=Florence, only dau. of Frederick 
Leith of Walmer House, Walmer, 
CO. Kent, by Jane Ball his wife, 
dau. of Warre Bradley, R.N.; born 
at Walmer 5 September, bapt. at 
Walmer 28 October 1875 ; marr. at 
Walmer 17 June 1899. 



Joyce Annette, bom 27 
July, bapt. at Hillsborough 
3 September 1900. 



Hugh de la Poer Pack- 
Beresford, born at Fenagh 
House, on Saturday, 1 1 
July, bapt. at Fenagh 16 
August 1874; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, B.A. 
1896; sworn a solicitor 
in Ireland 4 July 1900. 



Algernon Dunbar Pack- 
Beresford, bom on Sun- 
day, 25 July, bapt. at 
Fenagh 29 August 1875. 




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INDEX. 



Abbott, Charles James, 89. 

Abercom, James, ist Duke of, 116, l6o. 

Abraham, Rt. Rev. Charles John, Bishop of 

Wellington, 55. 
Acklom, Charlotte, 97 ; Rev. George, 97, 100 ; 

Marianne, 97; Mildred Grace, 97 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Robert Evatt, 97. 
Acland, Thomas Dyke, 161. 
Adair, Elizabeth, 42; Robert, 42. 
Adams, Frances, 122; Grace, 122; Rev. Henry 

Cay, 122; John, 122; Rev. John, 123; Mary 

Clementina, 123; Sarah, 123. 
Agar- Ellis, Hon'"'" Diana Mary Blanche Georgiana, 

156 ; George James Welbore, Ist Baron Dover, 

156; Lady Georgina, Baroness Dover, 1 56 ; Hon'"''' 

Leopold George Frederick, 156. 
Aglen, Ven'''"= Anthony Stocker, 130. 
Ainger, Rev. Canon Alfred, 104. 
Airy, Osmund, 78, 80. 
Aitken, Rev. Robert, 86. 
Akinson, Rev. E., 124. 
Albemarle, Elizabeth, Countess of, 154; William 

Charles, 4th Earl of, 154, 159. 
Albrecht, General Prince, 51. 
Aldersey, Evelyn, 31 ; Hugh, 31 ; Rose Sidney, 31 ; 

Thomas, 31. 
Alderton, Fisher, 114; Frederick Fisher, 114; James 

Fisher, 114; Jane, 114. 
Alford, Hannah, 65. 
Alington, Rev. Alan Marmaduke, 30 ; Charlotte 

Sophia, 30 ; Eliza Frances, 30 ; Emily, 30 ; Rev. 

Henry Giles, 30 ; Hester Frances, 30 ; Rev. John, 

30- 

Allan by, Alan Charles Hynman, IS ; Florence 
Muriel, 18 ; Henry Charles Hinman, 18 ; Mary 
Florence, 18 ; Ronald Hinman, 18 ; see also 
Allenby. 

Allcroft, Arthur Raleigh, 58, 59 ; Elizabeth Macklin, 
59 ; Elizabeth Mary, 59 ; Hannah, 58 ; Harriet 
Jewell, 59 ; Herbert John, 58 ; Jeremiah Macklin, 
58 ; John Derby, 58, 59 ; Margaret Jane (Cissy), 
58 ; Mary Ann Jewell, 58 ; Mary Annette, 58 ; 
Sarah Davies, 58 ; Walter Lacy, 59. 

Allenby, Adelaide Mabel, 18 ; Alfred Hynman, 19 ; 
Alice Margaret, 19; Anne, 17; Catherine Anne, 
18; Catherine Mary, 18; Edmund Henry Hyn- 
man, 18; Eliza, 17; Elizabeth, 17; Elizabeth 
Anne Grace, 18; Elizabeth Edith, 18; Frederick 
Claud Hynman, 19 ; Helen Henriette, 19 ; Henry 
Charles Hynman, 19 ; Henry Hynman, 17 ; 
Hinman, 17 ; Hynman, 17, 18 ; Hynman 
Raddish, 17 ; Samuel Hynman, 19 ; see also 
Allanby and Montgomerie. 

Allfree, Elizabeth, 32 ; William, 32 ; Rev. William 
Edward, 32. 

AUgood, Isabella, 100; Robert Lancelot, 100. 



AUin, Rev. John, 58. 

Allison, Thomas Falkner, 17. 

Allix, Catherine, 137 ; Charles, 137, 138 ; Colonel 
Charles, 138; Charles Israel Loraine, 138; Charles 
Peter, 138, 139; Rev. Charles Wager, 137; Char- 
lotte Jane, 137; George Gilbert, 139; Isabella 
Maude, 138; John Peter, 137, 139; John Peter, 
137; Juliana, 139; Laura Agneta Wellington, 138; 
Laura Matilda Ethelwyn, 137; Laura Mildred, 
138; Maria, 137; Marianne, 139; Mary Catherine 
Elizabeth, 138; Mary Cecily, 139; Mary Elizabeth, 
138; Matilda, 139; Dr. Peter, 137; Very Rev. 
Peter, D.D., Dean of Ely, 137; Richard Peter, 
139; Sarah, 137; Thomas, 139; Wager, 139; 
William, 139. 

Allsop, James, 113; Sarah, 113. 

Almack, Emma, 43; Frances, 43; Richard, 43. 

Anion, Selina Elizabeth, 64 ; Thomas, 64. 

Anderson, Ann, 163 ; Thomas, 163. 

Anderson-Pelham, Charles Anderson Worsley, 2nd 
Earl of Yarborough, 19 ; Lady Sophia Adelaide 
Theodosia, 19. 

Andover, Charles Nevison, Viscount, 153 ; Jane 
Elizabeth, Viscountess, 153. 

Andrew, Catherine Mary, 18; Rev. Henr)', 18; Jane, 
18; Rev. Richard, 18. 

Andrews, Biggs, 50; Matilda Hebe, 131; Thornton, 

131- 
Anet, Rev. Leonard Frangois, 92; Octavia Stephanie 

Louise Henrietta, 92. 
Angrave, Rev. Thomas Cooper, 55. 
Annaly, Emily, Baroness, 157; Luke, 2nd Baron, 

157- 

Annesley, Arthur Lyttelton, 2 ; Georgina Lyttelton, 2. 

Ansell, Rev. Anchitel, 158. 

Anslow, Anne, 65. 

Anson, Anne Margaret, Viscountess Anson, 154; 
Elizabeth Catherine, 167 ; Hon'''' George, 154 ; 
George Adams, 154 ; Ven''''= George Henry Greville, 
Archdeacon of Manchester, 167 ; Lady Harriett 
Georgiana Louisa, Countess of Lichfield, 160 ; 
Sir John William Hamilton, Bart., 165, 167 ; 
Louisa Frances Mary, 167; Mary, 154; Mary 
Louisa, 166 ; Mildred, Countess of Lichfield, 
160 ; Thomas Francis, 3rd Earl of Lichfield, 
160 ; Thomas William, Viscount Anson and Baron 
Soberton, 154 ; Thomas George, 2nd Earl of 
Lichfield, 160; Sir William, Bart., 166; General 
Sir William, Bart., 167; Sir William Reynell, 
Bart., 166-168. 

Arabin, Eliza, 45 ; Eliza Cecilia Catherine England, 
45 ; Colonel Frederick, 45. 

Arbouin, Clementine, 51; Inez Marthe, 51; James, 

51- 
Arbuthnot, Anna Maria, 14; Emma Marion Hall, 14; 

Hon""' Walter, 14; Lieut. -Colonel Walter Charles 

Warner, 14. 
Archer, Mr., 154; Rev. Samuel Harward, 14. 



173 



Arden, Charles George, ist Baron, I ; Margaretta 
Klizabeth, Baroness, i. 

Arkwright, Rev. George, 141. 

Arraitage, Anne, 71 ; Caroline Jane, 71 ; Edith, 72 ; 
Frances Vernon, 72 ; George, 71 ; Rev. George 
Dowker, 71, 72; George Pollard, 71; Gertrude, 
71 ; Joseph, 71 ; Joseph Armitage, 71 ; Julia 
Ethel, 72; Julia Frances, 71; Kate, 71; Matilda 
Constance, 72. 

Armitstead, Rev. John, 26 ; Margaret Bourne, 26 ; 
Susan Hester, 26 ; Rev. Sydney Henry, 26. 

Arneman, Professor, 129 ; Sarah, 129 ; Theresa, 
129. 

Ashburnham, Countess of, 65. 

Ashwin, Mary, 75. 

Aspinall, Rev. George, 71. 

Atkins, Elizabeth, 52 ; Fanny, $2 ; John, 52. 

Atthill, Isabella Mary, 32; Samuel, 32; Samuel 
Crosby, 32. 

Avery, Thomas, 77. 

Aylesford, Heneage, 5th Earl of, 158. 



Babington, Augusta Diana, 89 ; Augusta Felicita 
Fran?oise Theresa Hubertina, 89 ; Hon"'' Augusta 
Julia, 89 ; Augustus Gisborne, 92 ; Rev. Charles 
Edward, 90 ; Charles Roos, 93 ; Clara, 93 ; 
Eleanor, 90 ; Eleanor Katharine, 90 ; Emily 
Elizabeth, 91 ; Emily Frances, 91 ; Florence 
Lucy, 93; Frances, 91; Francis Evans, 91, 92; 
Dr. George Gisborne, 89, 91, 92; Gervaise Guy 
Macaulay, 92 ; Rev. Henry Gilliat, 93 ; Humfrey 
Temple, 91 ; Jean, 89, 92 ) Rev. Canon John, 
89-92 ; Rev. John Albert, 89-92 ; John Gilliat, 93 ; 
Julia Maria, 89; Julia Mary, 90; Katherine Mar- 
garet Frances Beckford, 92; Katherine Mary, 90; 
Louisa Anne Fanny, 93 ; Louisa Jean, 90 ; Lydia, 
89, 90 ; Margaret Agnes, 91 ; Margaret Anne, 93 ; 
Margaret Susan, 92 ; Maria Frances, 90 ; Mary, 
93 ; Mary Augusta, 90 ; Matthew, 91 ; Merriall 
Frances, 92 ; Merriall Lucy, 92 ; Nora, 93 ; 
Octavia Stephanie Louise Henriette, 92 ; Percy 
Lancelot, 91 ; Redmond, 92 ; Rose Mary Anne, 
91 ; Sarah, 93 ; Sarah Anne, 92 ; Sophia Isabella, 
91; Thomas, 89; Rev. Thomas Arthur, 90; 
Thomas Gisborne, 89 ; Thomas Henry, 93 ; 
Thomas Matthew, 93 ; Thomas Zachary Dodson, 
92; William Henry, 93. 

Backhouse, Rev. Edward Batt, 128. 

Badgery, Anne, 27. 

Badham, Rev. Leslie, 169. 

Bagnall, Marian, 79; Richard, 79. 

Bailey, Rev. Hammond, 164. 

Baker, Blanche, 39 ; Catherine, 39 ; George, 100 ; 
Granville Edwin Lloyd, 39 ; Michael Granville 
Lloyd, 39; see also Lloyd-Baker. 

Baker-Tower, Ada Elizabeth Hunter, lOO ; Henry 
John, 100; Isabella, 100. 

Baldry, Jemima, 114; William, 114. 

Baldwin, Rev. John, 140; Mary Elizabeth, 140. 

Bale, John, 54 ; Sarah, 54. 

Ballarat, Rt. Rev. Samuel Thornton, D.D., Bishop 
of, 50. 

Banks, Rev. Charles Pendock, 21. 

Barham, Diana, Baroness, 89. 

Barker, Richard Longueville, 141 ; see also Raymond- 
Barker. 

Barlow, Rev. John, 161. 

Barnard, Charlotte, 38, 39 ; Rt. Honti" Georgiana 
Jane, Baroness Willoughby de Broke, 39; Henry, 
39; Louisa, 38; Hon'"'" Louisa, 38; Melosine, 38 
Rev. Prebendary Robert, 38 ; Robert John, 38 
Robert John, 9th Baron Willoughby de Broke, 39 
Rev. Thomas, 38. 



Bamardiston, Ann, 42; Anne, 41 ; Anne Sophia, 42; 
Rev. Arthur, 43, 44 ; Bertha Sophia, 44 ; Cecil 
Laura, 43 ; Charles Francis, 44 ; Edith Charlotte, 
44; Elizabeth, 41 ; Elizabeth Johanna, 41 ; Emma, 
43, 44 ; Ernald, 44 ; Lady Florence, 42 ; Florence 
Maria, 43 ; Frances Maria, 44 ; Geoffry, 44 ; 
Gertrude Elizabeth Frances, 43 ; Joan, 42 ; John, 
41 ; Laura Caroline, 44; Louisa Elizabeth, 41, 43; 
Lucy, 44; Lucy Mary, 43; Mary, 41, 43; Mary 
Evelyn, 43 ; Maud Augusta, 43 ; Nathaniel, 41 ; 
Colonel Nathaniel, 42, 44 ; Nathaniel Clarke, 
41-43 ; Nathaniel Walter, 42 ; Roger Arthur, 44 ; 
Samuel John Barrington, 44 ; Sarah Hall, 42 ; 
Sophia, 42 ; Sophia Mary, 44 ; Admiral Thomas, 
43 ; Thomas Legge, 43. 

Barnitt, Francis, 120; John, 120; Mary Jane, 120. 

Barrett, Rev. Dr., 143, 147; Elizabeth, 57; Ellen, 
57 ; Ellen Mary Louisa, 57 ; George, 57 ; George 
Briant Martin, 57 ; Rev. George Slater, 143 ; 
Herbert Augustine, 57 ; John Basil, 57 ; John 
Basil Joseph, 57 ; John Briant, 57 ; John Richard, 
57 ; Louis Arthur, 57 ; Louisa, 57 ; Louisa 
Catherine, 57 ; Martha, 57 ; Theresa, 57 ; Winifred, 

57- 
Barrington, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 42 ; Hon''" 

Elizabeth Frances, 42 ; Hon'''^ Frances, 42 ; 

George, Sth Viscount, 42. 
Barry, Rev. Canon, 2 ; Elizabeth, 38 ; Geraldine, 

38; James Hugh Smith, 38. 
Bartleet, Elizabeth, 77 ; Thomas Saunders, 77 ; 

William, 77. 
Barton, Agnes, 121 ; Rev. Henry Jonas, 97 ; Louisa 

Amelia, 121; Mary Ann, 60; Rev. Robert Gilbee, 

121. 
Bates, Anne Charlotte, 45 ; Robert, 45. 
Baynes, William Wilberforce, 145. 
Beale, Alexander, 32. 
Beamish, Colonel Edward Spread, 89. 
Bean, Rev. Alexander Henry Stillii^eet, 67 ; Rev. 

Alexander Louis Wellington, 67 ; Rev. Clement 

Willoughby, 67 ; Ellen Susanna, 67 ; Willoughby, 

67. 
Beard, Emily, 115; Samuel, 115; Sarah Emma, 

115. 
Beattie, Joseph, 77. 
Beavan, Francis, 8. 
Becher, Admiral, 165 ; Constantia Ann, 165 ; see also 

Wrixon-Becher. 
Beckford, William, 92. 
Bedwell, Anna Maria, 46 ; Francis, 46. 
Bell, Rev. Alan, 98 ; Rev. Maurice, 98. 
Bellamy, Rev. Ernest, 131. 
Bellew, Anna Claire, II ; Henry Walter, II. 
Bellingham, Sir Alan, Bart., 30 ; Charlotte Sophia, 

3°- 
Helper, Edward, 1st Baron, 160; Emily, Baroness, 

160; Lieut. -Colonel Henry, 2nd Baron, 160; 

Margaret, Baroness, 160. 
Bentinck, Henry, 1st Duke of Portland, 165 ; Lady 

Isabella, 165. 
Beresford, Rev. Charles Cobbe, 28; Elizabeth, 

Marchioness of Waterford, 165 ; Lady Elizabeth 

Louisa, 165, 168 ; Emily Catherine, 28 ; George, 

1st Marquess of Waterford, 165, 168 ; Harriet, 81 ; 

Lord, 165 ; Richard, 81 ; William Carr, Viscount 

Beresford, 166, 168. 
Berney, Ann, 97 ; John, 97 ; Susannah, 97. 
Berry, Frances May Dickinson, 122. 
Besley, Ann, 53 ; James, 53. 
Betts, Elizabeth, 146; Jane, 147; Mary, 146; 

Thomas, 146. 
Bevan, Isabella, 138; Laura Agneta Wellington, 138; 

Rev. Richard Aubrey Chichester, 137; Richard 

Lee, 138. 
Bickersteth, Rev. Edward Henry, 46. 
Bidden, Elizabeth, 128; Lucy, 127; Manfred, 127 ; 

Sarah Lucy, 127; William, 128. 
Bigg- Wither, Elizabeth, i; Lovelace, I; Margaret, I. 



174 



Biggs, Hester, 50. 

Bignold, Rev. Samuel Frederick, 145. 

Bikanir, Maharaja of, 11. 

Binstead, Charles Henry, 155. 

Birch, Elizabeth, 9; John, 9. 

Bird, Elizabeth Georgina, 39 ; Elizabeth Maria, 39 ; 
Robert Wilberforce, 39. 

Biron, Rev. Henry Brydges, 164. 

Biscoe, Anne Jane, 122 j Joseph Seymour, 122; 
Stephana, 122. 

Bishop, Elizabeth, 84; Harriet, 84; William, 84. 

Blachford, Brydges, i; Margaret, I. 

Blacker, James, 71 ; Mary Jane, 71. 

Blake, Rev. George Leigh, 11; Maria Margaret, 102; 
Theodora Martha, 102 ; Thomas, 102. 

Blatch, Rev. Frederick Roberts, 131. 

Blencowe, Arthur, 127; Sarah Lucy, 127. 

Bliss, Elizabeth, 135; Nathaniel, 135. 

Blomfield, Cornelia Frances, 28 ; Frances Maria, 28 ; 
Rev. Canon George Becher, 28, 31 ; Rev. George 
James, 28; Rose Sidney, 31. 

Bloom, Augusta Frederica, 33 ; Frances, 33 ; Rev. 
John Hague, 33. 

Blundell, John, 58 ; Mary Ann Jewell, 58. 

Blunt, Ven''''= Archdeacon, D.D., 166. 

Boardman, Arthur, 147 ; Edward, 143 ; Florence 
Esther, 143; Rosa Anne, 147. 

Bolding, Amelia Lucas, 74 ; Ann, 73 j Elizabeth 
Lucy, 74 ; Esther Ann, 73 ; George Frederick, 73 ; 
John Frederick, 74 ; John Stanton, 73 ; Mary, 74 ; 
Mary Beatrice, 74 ; Mary Savage, 73 ; Matilda 
Ann, 73 ; Matilda Lyne, 73 ; Robert, 73 ; Thomas, 
73; William Stanton, 74. 

Bolton, Alicia, 90 ; Cornelius Henry, 90 ; Katherine 
Mary, 90. 

Bond, Christopher, 153; Jane, 1 53. 

Bones, Amy, 129; Captain, R.N., 129. 

Bonus, John, 10. 

Booth, Anne, 129 ; Catherine, 143 ; David, 143 ; 
John, 129; 

Bosanquet, Rev. Claude, 18. 

Botfield, see Garnett-Botfield. 

Bott, Francis William, 158; Phyllis Susan, 158. 

Bourne, Rev. Canon, 28, 29 ; Eliza, 17 ; Elizabeth, 
17, 57 ; Rev. George Drinkwater, 26 ; Henry, 17 ; 
John, 57 ; John Gervas Hutchinson, 57 ; Rev. John 
George, 17; Margaret, 17, 26; Peter, 26; Robert 
Pennington, 57; Ruth Elizabeth, 57; Titus, 17. 

Bowden, Elisa, 61 ; Emily, 61 ; John Carey, 61. 

Bower, Abraham, 136; Anne, 136; Cornelia, 136; 
John, 136. 

Bowles, Mary, 148; William, 148. 

Box, Ellen, 57 ; John, 57. 

Boyd, Alan Walter Lennox, 46 ; Ann, 163 ; Ann 
Mathews, 164 ; Annie, 164 ; Cecily Knightley, 
162 ; Charles, 163 ; Ven'''"' Archdeacon Charles 
Twining, 162 ; Clementina Louisa, 46 ; Edward 
Kenwick, 161, 163, 164; Edward Lennox, 46; 
Elizabeth, 162, 164 ; Esther, 161 ; Esther Diana, 
162 ; George Fenwick, 163, 164 ; Hugh Fenwick, 
163, 164 ; Hugh Lennox Fleming, 164 ; Isabella, 
162 ; Jane Diana, 162 ; Janet Augusta, 163 ; Julia, 
163; Juliana, 161, 163; Juliana Fenwick, 164; 
Marion Isabel, 162 ; Mary, 161 ; Mary Elizabeth 
Fenwick, 164 ; Matthew, 163 ; Robert, 161, 163 ; 
Robert Fenwick, 163, 164; William, 161, 162; 
Ven*"'" Archdeacon and Canon William, 162-164; 
Rev. William, l6l. 

Brabazon, Vincentia, 133; Wallop, 133. 

Bradley, Jane Ball, 169; Warre, 169. 

Bradshaw, Rev. Charles James, 28 ; Ella Words- 
worth, 28 ; Rev. James, 28. 

Braim, Ven'''" Thomas Henry, Archdeacon of Portland, 
Melbourne, 55. 

Brand-Trevor, Henry Otway, 21st Lord Dacre, 155 ; 
Hon"" Juliana, 155. 

Brandreth, Rev. Canon, 26 ; Rev. Joseph Pilkington, 
29. 



Breckon, Alice Jane, 114; Martha, 114; Ralph, 114. 

Bretlle, John, 18; Mary, 18. 

Brierley, Rev. Edward, 70. 

Brine, Rev. Percival John, 53. 

Bristol, Dr. Gray, Bishop of, 9. 

Bristowe, Antonia Caroline, 63 ; James, 63. 

Brittain, James, 68; Jemima Charlotte, 68. 

Broadbent, Elizabeth Boyd, 18; Thomas, 18. 

Broadley, Rev. Canon Alexander, 85-87 ; Alexander 

Meyrick, 85, 86 ; Alfred, 86 ; Ann, 85, 88 ; Arria, 

85; Catherine, 88; Charles, 88; Edmund Matthew, 

88 ; Elizabeth, 88 ; Ellen, 86 ; Emma Susan, 88 ; 

Eveline Augusta, 87 ; Eveline Frances, 87; Florence, 

88 ; Frances Jane, 87 ; Hamilton William, 88 ; 

Kate, 88; Maria Charlotte Sinclair, 86; Mary, 87; 

Matthew, 88 ; Matthew Wybrants, 88 ; Peter, 85 ; 

Philip, 86 ; Richard Fitzgerald, 88 ; Richard 

Wybrants, 85 ; Robert, 87 ; Rev. Robert, 85 ; 

Robert Alexander Longman, 87 ; Robert Nathaniel, 

88; Sarah, 85, 86; Sarah Emma, 88; Sophia, 88; 

Vera May, 87 ; Rev. William, 86. 
Brocklebank, Constance Alington, 31 ; Mary Petrena, 

26; Ralph, 26; Ralph Eric Royds, 31 ; Thomas, 

26, 31. 
Bromley, Rev. William, 68. 
Brooke, Rev. Charles Edward, 68; Frances Jane, 68; 

Jemima Charlotte, 68 ; John William, 68. 
Brough, Susannah, 129; William, 129. 
Browne, Annette Caroline, 166, 168 ; Harriette 

Augusta, 166, 168; Robert Clayton, 166, 168. 
Bryant, Caroline, 148; Richard, 148. 
Brydges, Anne Frances, 108; Thomas McGhie, 108. 
Buchanan, George, 71 ; Gertrude, 71 ; John, 71 ; 

Mary Jane, 71. 
Buckle, Admiral Claude Edward, 132. 
Budge, Rev. Edward Simcoe, 46. 
Bulkeley-Owen, Bulkeley Hatchett, 140, 141 ; Emma 

Maria, 141 ; Hon*''" Fanny Mary Katherine, 141 ; 

Marianne, 140 ; Marianne Eliza Frances, 141 ; 

Thomas, 140; Thomas Bulkeley, 140; Rev. Thomas 

Mainwaring Bulkeley, 141. 
BuUer, Rev. Prebendary William Edmund, 102 ; 

see also Manningham-BuUer. 
Burke, Anne Eliza, 44 ; Edith Charlotte, 44 ; James 

St. George, 44; Ulick John, 44. 
Burlingham, John 142; Mary, 142. 
Burton, Robert, 140. 
Bush, Branthwhite, 53; Mary Ann, 53. 
Butcher, Mary, 148. 
Buttifant, Joshua, 53. 
Button, Isabella, 145 ; Isabella Cocksedge, 145 ; 

James, 145. 
Buxton, Elizabeth Julia, 99; Sir John Jacob, Bart., 

99- 
Byng, Hon!"'" and Rev. Francis Edmund Cecil, 159. 



Cachemaille, Rev. Ernest Peter, 21. 

Caird, Sir James, 16. 

Calvert, Sarah, 129. 

Cammell, Charles, 130, 131 ; Charles David Wilson, 

131; Edith Mildred Cordelia, 130; Florence 

Annie, 131 ; George Henry, 130; Geraldine 

Theresa, 131; Mary Anne, 130, 131. 
Camoys, Thomas, 3rd Baron, 159. 
Campbell, Sir Archibald Spencer Lindsey, 5th Bart., 

166 ; Sir Edward Alexander, 47 ; Eliza Sophia, 

47; Emma, 47; Sir George, 4th Bart., 166; 

George Ramsay, 166 ; Harriet Katherine Grace, 

166; James, 11; Lucy, 166; Miriam, 11. 
Cane, Rev. Alfred Granger, 19; Catherine Anne, 18; 

Rev. [ohn Brettle, 18; Mary, 18; Rev. Thomas 

Coats," 18. 
Cardale, Rev. Joseph, 89; Lydia, 89. 
Carlisle, Charles Stewart, 30 ; George, 6th Earl of, 

156; Mary, 30; Thomas, 30. 



17s 



Carpenter, Charles, 124; Rev. E., 124; Ellen Maria, 

124 ; Sophia, 124. 
Carrington, Sarah Anne, 44; Rev. William Henry, 

44* 
Carter, Captain Archibald Thomas, R.N., 69; Ethel, 

69; Rev. Henry James, 117; Rev. Canon William 

Edward Dickson, 69. 
Carthew, Alice Grace Elizabeth, 6, 7 ; Catherine 

Agnes Edith, 7 ; Dorothy Edith Maud, 7 ; Eliza- 
beth, 6 ; Ellen Martha, 6 ; Ellen Maude, 6, 7 ; 

Frances, 6 ; Peggy, 6 ; Peter, 6 ; Peter Ranulphus 

Waller, 7 ; Ranulphus John, 6, 7 ; Susan, 6 ; 

Susanna, 6. 
Carus-Wilson, Anne, 81 ; Rev. Charles, 81 ; Frances, 

8l ; Rev. William, Si. 
Casey, Edmond Henr)-, 94 ; Mary Hawky Sandy, 94 ; 

Thomas, 94; Wilhelmina, 94. 
Cator, Albemarle, 99 ; Mary Molesworth Cordelia, 

99; Mary Wingfield, 99; Rev. William. 99. 
Cattle, Ann, 52; Emmanuel, 52; Joseph, 52; Mary, 

52; Susannah, 52. 
Caudle, Adolphus, 121 ; Adolphus William Wisden, 

121 ; Agnes, 121 ; Ann Eliza, 121 ; Ann Home- 
wood, 121 ; Charles Edward, 121 ; Eliza, 121 ; 

Evelyn Blanche, 121 ; Florence Jessie, 121 ; 

Howard Charles Robert, 121 ; Jessie Louisa, 121 ; 

Robert, 121. 
Cavendish, Hon*"'" Georgina Caroline, 155; Henrietta 

Frances, Baroness Chesham, 155 ; Henry Anson, 

Baron Waterpark, 156; Henry Manners, Baron 

Waterpark, 154; WiUiam George, 2nd Baron 

Chesham, 156. 
Cay, John, 122. 
Cazenove, John, 48 ; Rev. John Gibson, 48 ; Mary 

Anna, 48. 
Chamberlain, Sarah, 52. 
Chamberlayne, Elizabeth, 153; George, 153. 
Chambers, John, 48 ; Margaret Isabella, 48 ; Mary 

Jean, 48 ; Rev. Oswald Lyttleton, 48. 
Champneys, Rev. Canon, 58. 
Chapman, Adelaide Mabel, 18; Adelaide Maria, 18; 

Horace Edward, 18. 
Chard, William, 153. 
Chesham Henrietta Frances, Baroness, 155 ; William 

George, 2nd Baron, 155. 
Chesterfield, Earl of, I. 
Chichester, Charles, 109 ; Jane, 109 ; Rt. Rev. 

William Otter, D.D., Bishop of, 160. 
Child, James, 66 ; Mary Phillipa Artemisia, 66. 
Cholmeley, Sir R. , 26. 
Chorley, Ann, 52. 
Churchill, see Spencer-Churchill. 
Clark, Charlotte, 53 ; Henry, 53 ; Isabella, 53 ; John 

Rendell, 53. 
Clarke, Rev. Benjamin Strettell, 63 ; Rev. Sir Charles, 

Bart., 15; Florence, 15; Rev. and Colonel John 

Henry Courtney, 55. 
Clerke, Ven''''= Charles Carr, D.D., Archdeacon of 

Oxford, 57. 
Clay, Castell William, 69 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 69 ; 

Elisabeth, 69 ; Rev. Pelham Fellows, 69. 
Clementi-Smitfi, Rev. Algernon Emerick, 141. 
Clements, Emily, 159; Hon'^'^ and Rev. Francis 

Nathaniel, 159; James, 20; Mary Anne, 20; 

Robert Bermingham, 4th Earl of Leitrim, 159; 

William Sydney, 3rd Earl of Leitrim, 159; 

Winifred, Countess of Leitrim, 159. 
Cleveland, Duke of, 133, 136. 
Clevland, Mr., no. 
Clifford, see De Clifford. 
Cloete, Elizabeth Maria, 39; Henry, 39. 
Close, Dean, 63. 
Clowes, Anne, 128; Georgina Fanny, 128; Rev. 

James Aaron, 128. 
Clutterbuck, Frances Anne, 98 ; John, 98 ; Mary 

Ann, 98. 
Clutton, John, 32. 
Cockram, Emma Susan, 88 ; John, 88. 



Cocks, Rev. Arthur Reginald Carew, 104 ; Ethel 
Mary, 104 ; Sarah Louisa, 104 ; Thomas Somers, 
104; Thomas Somers Vernon, 104. 

Cocksedge, Anne, 145 ; Isabella, 145 ; Samuel, 145. 

Cockshott, Rev. Canon, 137. 

Coddington, Rev. Charles William, 137. 

Coggs, Georgina Elizabeth, 113; Rev. Thomas 
Corrie, 113. 

Coke, Alexandra Marie Bridget, 157 ; Alice Emily, 
Viscountess Coke, 157; Anne, 153; Lady Anne, 
156; Anne Amelia, Countess of Leicester, 154; 
Lady Anne Margaret, 154; Hon'"'" Arthur, 160; 
Arthur George, 157; Clement, 158; Hon'''^ Diana 
Mary Blanche Georgiana, 156; Edward, 153, 155; 
Hont'i= Edward, 156 ; Hon'''" Edward Keppel 
Wentworth, 156; Edward Ralph, 155; Eliza Grace, 
155; Elizabeth, 153, 155, 158; Lady Elizabeth 
Wilhelmina, 154; Francis Motteux, 159; Georgina 
Caroline, Countess of Leicester, 155; Lady 
Gertrude, 156; Grace, 155; Hon'''^ Henry, 157; 
Hont"'" Henry John, 157; Jane, 154; Lady Jane 
Elizabeth, 153; Hon'"'" John, 160 ; Hon'>i<' John 
Spencer, 157; Lady Julia, 155 ; Juliana, Countess 
of Leicester, 155 ; Lady Katharine Grey Coke, 
157; Hon*"'" Level William, 157; Lady Mabel, 
156; Lady Margaret, 153, 160; Lady Margaret 
Sophia, 159; Marjory Alice, 157; Lady Mary, 
158; Lady Mildred, 160; Phyllis Susan, 158; 
Hon"<: Reginald, 157; Reginald Grey, 158; Hon'''^ 
Richard, 156; Roger, 157; Sybil Mary, 159; Sir 
Thomas, Earl of Leicester, 153; Thomas William, 
153. I55> 157 i Thomas William, ist Earl of 
Leicester, 154; Sir Thomas William, 2nd Earl of 
Leicester, 155 ; Colonel Thomas William, Viscount 
Coke, 157; Wenman, 153; Honi^'s Wenman, 160; 
Lieut. -Colonel Hon*"'" Wenman Clarence Walpole, 
158; Lady Winifred, 159. 

Cole, Jenny Mary, 106 ; Samuel, 106. 

Cole-Hamilton, Rev. Arthur Henry, 28 ; Arthur 
Willoughby, 28 ; Elinor Bourne, 28 ; Emily 
Catherine, 28 ; John Isaac, 28. 

Coleridge, Charles, 43. 

Coles, Alexander Robert, 63; Antonia Caroline, 63. 

Colhoun, Grace, 155; William, 155. 

Collier, Sarah, 137; Rev. William, 137. 

CoUinson, Hannah, 128. 

Colman, Alan Cozens Hardy, 143 ; Alan Rees, 143 ; 
Anne, 142; Archibald Stares, 144; Barnard, 146, 
148; Beryl Caroline Rees, 143; Caroline, 142, 144, 
148 ; Charles, 146 ; Charlotte, 144 ; Claude John, 
144 ; Doris, 148 ; Edith Margaret, 143 ; Edith 
Mary, 148; Edith Maude, 147; Edward, 142, 146; 
Eliza, 146, 148 ; Eliza Bowles, 148 ; Elizabeth, 
144 ; Ellen, 144 ; Emily, 148 ; Ena Phyllis, 147 ; 
Ernest, 148 ; Ernest Edward, 144 ; Ernest Roy, 
144 ; Ethel Mary, 143 ; Eva Madaline, 144 ; 
Evelyn, 148 ; Florence Esther, 143 ; Foster, 148 ; 
Frances, 148 ; Frank, 148 ; Geoffrey Russell Rees, 
143 ; George, 146, 147 ; Hannah, 144 ; Harriett, 
147 ; Helen Caroline, 143 ; Helen Willoughby, 
14S; Henry, 143, 146, 147; Herbert Edward, 147; 
Hilda Mary, 146 ; Horace Palmer, 146, 147 ; 
Isabella Cocksedge, 145 ; Isabella Mary, 145 ; 
James, 142 ; Jane, 146, 147 ; Jeremiah, 145, 146 ; 
Jeremiah James, 142, 143 ; John, 144, 147 ; John 
Henry, 147, 148; Joseph, 143; Kate, 146; Kenneth 
Edward Stares, 144 ; Laura Elizabeth, 143 ; Leslie 
Howard, 144 ; Lewis Betts, 146 ; Maria Elizabeth, 
147; Martha Emma, 148; Mary, 142, 143, 145, 
146, 148 ; Mary Anne, 146, 148 ; Mary Esther, 
142 ; Maud Alice, 144 ; Mildred Henrietta, 144 ; 
Olive, 146; Philippa, 146; Robert, 142, 143, 148; 
Rosa Anne, 147; Russell James, 142, 143; Samuel 
142, 146, 148 ; Sarah, 146, 147 ; Sarah Maria 
Cecilia, 144 ; Thomas, 148 ; Thomas Palmer, 148 ; 
Thomas William, 147 ; Violet Rees, 143 ; Walter 
John, 144 ; Walter Percy, 144 ; William, 146 ; 
William Bowles, 148. 



176 



Colombine, David, 102 ; Theodora Martha, 102. 
Colombo, Ven'"'^ Charles Twining Boyd, Archdeacon 

of, 163; Bishop of, 163. 
Combs, Elizabeth Maria, 129. 
Cook, David, 20; Mary, 20, 41 ; Richard, 41. 
Cooke, Rev. Samuel Hay, 38; Susanna, 6. 
Cooke-Trench, Caroline Elizabeth, 5 ; Thomas 

Richard Frederick, i, 3, 5. 
Cookson, Alicia Catherine, 48 ; Alicia Frances, 48 ; 

Alicia Margaret, 48 ; Arthur Edward Fawcett, 49 ; 

Brian William, 49 ; Edward, 49 ; Elisabeth, 49 ; 

Frances Anne, 49 ; Francis, 49 ; Rev. Francis 

Thomas, 49 ; Henry, 49 ; James, 48 ; Margaret, 

48 ; Margaret Isabella, 48 ; Margaret Isobel, 49 ; 

Mary, 48 ; Mary Anna, 48 ; Mary Elizabeth, 48 ; 

Mary Ellen, 49 ; Thomas, 48 ; William, 48 ; 

William Dawson, 48; William Richard, 48. 
Cooper, Ann, 43; Edward, 113; Elizabeth, 113; 

Hannah Sophia, 34 ; James, 34 ; John, 20 ; Lucy, 

75; Mary, 20; Robert, 75; Sarah, 20, 75, 113; 

see also Paston-Cooper. 
Cope, see Haden-Cope. 
Coppard, Jane, 145; John, 145. 
Cordy, Anne, 127; Charles, 127. 
Cornwall and York, H.R. H. Duchess of, 157. 
Corrance, Rev. Charles, 15. 
Cosens, Rev. Edward Arthur, 47. 
Cotterill, Eliza, 113; John, 113. 
Couchman, Henry Boteler, 136; Mary Philipse, 136; 

Thomas Barnes, 136. 
Coulthurst, Catherine Mary, 159; John Nicholas, 

159- 
Coyle, Ann, 52; Harriet, 52; Thomas, 52. 
Cozens-Hardy, Caroline, 142 ; Herbert Hardy, 142 ; 

Sarah, 142; William Hardy, 142. 
Crawley, Rev. H. O., 57. 
Crespigny, see De Crespigny. 
Creus, Donna Magdalena, 45 ; Don Pedro, 45. 
Cripps-Day, Francis Henry, 51; Marthe Inez, 51. 
Crisp, Anna Sophia, 62 ; Edwards, 62. 
Croasdale, Catharine, 5 ; Colonel Richard, 5. 
Crompton, John Gilbert, 156. 
Cropp, Helen Willoughby, 148. 
Croucher, John, 10; Joseph, 10; Sarah, 10; Sarah 

Schroder, 10. 
Crowe, Anne Stather, 70; John, 70. 
Cruickshank, Alice Anne, 69 ; James Duff Fife, 69. 
Crutchley, General Charles, 159; Lieut. -Colonel 

Charles, 159; Eliza Bayfield, 159; Sybil Mary, 

159- 
Cubitt, Colonel George, 102; Henry F., 102; Mary, 

102. 
Cumbrey, Eliza Sidney, 129; Henry, 129. 
Cumming, Alexander Somerville, 48. 
Cummings, Rev. C. , 112. 

Cunningham, Helen Maxwell, 4; James John, 4. 
Cupiss, Catharine, 128 ; Elizabeth, 128 ; Francis, 

128. 
Curwen, Edward Stanley, 131 ; Frances Margaret, 

131 ; Julia Caroline, 131. 
Cusack, Ann, 108; Henry 108; Mary, 108. 
Cutcliffe, Charles Newell, 108; Frances, 108; see 

also Drake-Cutcliffe. 
Cuthbertson, Rev. William, 147. 



D 



Dacre, Henry Otway, 21st Lord, 155. 

Dalton, Rev. George Forster, 164. 

Daly, David, 2; Lxtitia Maria, 2; Mary Anne, 2. 

Dando, John, 19; Lydia, 19. 

Dandridge, George, 81; Jane, 81; Lucy, 81. 

Danvers, Agnes Susan Kate, 63 ; Alan, 60 ; Alfred 

Allen, 64; Alfred Edgar, 64; Alfred Thornton, 64; 

Alfred Vivian, 64 ; Alice Isabel Bowerbank, 60 ; 

Alice Mary, 61 ; Amelia Mar)-, 61 ; Annie Herberta 

Horton, 64 ; Antonia Caroline, 63 ; Augusta Colina 



Horton, 63 ; Augusta Frances, 64 ; Boswell Danby, 

62 ; Charles, 60, 61 ; Charles Henrj' Danby, 60 ; 
Charles Lang, 60 ; Dulcie Eveljm, 64 ; Eleonora 
Sophia, 63 ; Elisa, 61 ; Eliza Ann, 60 ; Eliza 
Isabella, 61 ; Elizabeth, 60, 63; Ellen, 62; Emily, 
61 ; Eric Roland, 64; Ernest, 61; Evelyn, 63; 
Florence, 62 ; Florence Emily, 61 ; Frances Her- 
bert, 62 ; Frederick Charles, 61-63 i Frederick 
Ernest Carey Danby, 61; Frederick Samuel, 62; 
Frederick Thomas, 64 ; George, 62 ; Hannah 
Mullen, 62 ; Harold William Maurice, 61 ; Henry 
Teush, 61 ; Henry William Martins, 61 ; Herbert 
Ellis, 64 ; Isabel, 63 ; John, 60 ; John Harris, 60, 

63 ; John Henry, 63 ; Julia, 62 ; Julia Eliza, 61 ; 
Katherine Horton Seafield, 63 ; Laura Mary, 64 ; 
Lauretta Sarah, 64; Leslie Danby, 64; Lilian, 63; 
Louisa, 61, 63 ; Louisa Evelyn, 61 ; Mabel Emily 
Gilly, 61 ; Margaret Fredericka Cecilia Horton, 63; 
Mary, 60 ; Mary Ann, 60 ; Mary Henrietta Valen- 
tine Horton, 64 ; Mary Matilda, 62 ; Mary 
Musgrave, 64 ; Minnie Blanche, 61 ; Muriel Irene 
Danby, 60 ; Olive Mary, 64 ; Oona, 62 ; Percy 
Arnold Henry, 61 ; Rena Elsie, 64 ; Roland, 64 ; 
Rosalie Isabella, 61 ; Selina Elizabeth, 64 ; Vemey 
Lionel Danby, 60; Violet Lilian, 61. 

Dartmouth, Lady Augusta, Countess of, 158; Colonel 

William Heneage, 6th Earl of, 158; W'illiam Walter, 

5th Eari of, 158. 
Darwin, Sir Francis, 103 ; Millicent Susan, 103. 
David, Rev. William, III. 
DaWes, Amy, 5 ; Annie, 143 ; Edith Margaret, 143 ; 

Edward, 107 ; Fanny, 107 ; Rev. George, 5 ; 

Richard, 143. 
Davis, Anne Charlotte, 45 ; Jane, 106 ; John, 106 ; 

Richard Vaughan, 45 ; see also Hart-Davis. 
Dawson, Elisabeth, 69 ; Jane, 48 ; Margaret, 48 ; 

Richard Crosbie, 69 ; William, 48. 
Day, Arthur William, 51; Elizabeth Clark, 50; 

Emma, 50; Florence, 51; Francis Henry, 51; 

James, 52 ; Margaret, 50 ; Mary, 52 ; Sarah, 52 ; 

Thomas, 50 ; Dr. William Henry, 50 ; see also 

Cripps-Day. 
Dayrell, Jane Elizabeth, 130; Mannaduke, 130. 
Dean, Catherine, 122; Major-General Josiah, 122. 
D'Earth, Anne, 51. 
De Clifford, Edward, 20th Lord, 154. 
De Crespigny, Sir Claude Champion, 141 ; Lady 

Mary, 141. 
Deering, Rev. Lucius Henry, 109. 
De Holtorp, Baron Auguste, 63 ; Baroness Elizabeth, 

63- 
De Klapka, General Georges Maurice, 51 ; Inez 

Marthe, 51; Marthe Inez, 51. 
Derby, Edward, 12th Earl of, 157; Hannah, 58; 

Sarah, 58; Thomas, 58. 
Devon, William Reginald, Earl of, 161. 
Devonshire, Duke of, 154. 
D'Ewes, Bryan, 18; Jane, 18. 
Dickenson, John, 167; Louisa Frances Mary, 167. 
Dickinson, Annie Josephine, 122 ; Augusta Colina 

Horton, 63 ; Catherine, 122 ; Frances May, 122 ; 

Frances Stephana, 122; Sebastian Stewart, 122; 

Thomas, 122 ; William, 63 ; Willoughby Hyett, 

122. 
Digby, Edward St. Vincent, 153; Admiral Sir Henry, 

153; Jane Elizabeth, 153; Rev. Kenelm Henry, 

153- 

Disney, General F., 93; Sarah, 93. 

Dixey, CaroUne Augusta, 119; Charles Anderson, 
119; Ellen Mary, 119; Dr. Harry Edward, 119. 

Dixon, Eleanor Georgina, 27 ; John, 27 ; Sophia, 27. 

Dodderidge, Albert Victor, 55, 56 ; Anna Sophia, 55 ; 
Edith Helen, 56 ; George, 55 ; George Victor, 
55 ; Henry Gilmore, 56 ; Joan Hilda, 55 ; Mabel 
Nellie, 55 ; Rev. Sidney Edwin, 52, 55 ; see also 
Dudderidge. 

Doman, Mary, 143. 

Doneraile, Edward, Viscount, 102. 



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Douglas, Harriet, 165; HonW= Sylvester North, 165. 
Dover, George James Welbore, 1st Baron, 156; Lady 

Georgina, Baroness, 156. 
Dowker, Caroline Jane, 71; James, 71. 
Doyne, Rev. Charles Goddard, loi. 
Drake, Anne Frances, 108 ; Charles Cutcliffe, 108 ; 

Charles Henry, 108 ; Dorothy Mervyn, 108 ; 

Frances, loS, 109 ; John Rothwell, 109 ; Mary, 

108; Zachary Hammett, loS. 
Drake-CutcUffe, Bernard Henry Hamilton, 109 ; 

Charles Bernard Merv7n, 109 ; Charles Henry, 

108, 109 ; Emilia Theodosia Katharine, 109 ; 

Henrietta Maria, 109 ; Norah Avice, 109 ; Norah 

Haynes, 109. 
Drinkwater, James, 26; Margaret, 26. 
Dryden, Alfred Erasmus, 18. 
Dudderidge, Alice Mary, 56; Ann, 52, 53; Caroline, 

54 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 52 ; Caroline Ellen, 54 ; 

Charles James, 54; Clara, 54; Edith, 54; Edith 

Elphinstone, 56 ; Elizabeth, 52, 53 ; Elizabeth 

Valis, 56 ; Ernest Boyland, 56 ; Fanny, 52 ; Frank 

Rawlinson, 56 ; George, 52, 54 ; George, 55 ; 

George Harcourt, 54 ; Harriett, 52 ; Henry, 56 ; 

Herbert Orlando, 54 ; Isabella, 53 ; James, 52 ; 

John, 52 ; John Henry, 53 ; Joseph, 53 ; Louie, 54 ; 

Lydia, 54 ; Mary Ann, 53 ; Nora Dorothy, 54 ; 

Robert, 52, 54; Robert Haydn, 54; Sarah, 52, 54 ; 

Sarah Mabel, 54 ; Sidney William, 55 ; Susanna, 

52 ; William, 52, 53 ; William George, 53 ; William 

Henry, 52. 
Dunbar, Margaret Susan, 92 ; Rev. William Bumside, 

92. 
Duncan, Dr. Bartholomew Arcedeckne, 47 ; Emma, 

47; Emma Maud Marion, 47. 
Dundas, Rev. G., 135. 
Dunmore, Alexander Edward, 6th Earl of, 156 ; 

Catherine, Countess of, 156 ; Colonel Charles 

Adolphus, 7th Earl of, 156; Gertrude, Countess of, 

156. 
Dunnage, Rev. George, 4; Marianne, 4. 
Dunster, Rev. Henry Peter, 99. 
Dupuis, Rev. Edward John Gore, III. 
Durrell, Hannah, 113. 
Dury, John, 41. 
Button, Elizabeth, Lady Sherborne, 153; James, 1st 

Lord Sherborne, 153 ; Jane, 153 ; John, 2nd Lord 

Sherborne, 153; John Lenox (Naper), 153; see 

also Lenox-Dutton. 
Duval, David, 60; Henry James, 60; Mary, 60. 
Dwyer, Anne Slather, 70 ; Annie Constance, 70 ; 

Rev. Canon Philip Do)-ne, 70. 
Dynes, James, 114; Martha, 114. 
Dyson, George, 72 ; Jane, 72 ; Julia Ethel, 72 ; Sarah, 

118; Thomas, 118; Thomas James, 72. 



Earth, see D'Earth. 

Eaton, Rev. Charles Pemberton, 138 ; Robert, S ; 

Susan, 8. 
Ebbs, Lucy, 44. 
Eden, Caroline, 44 ; Frances Maria, 44 ; Frances 

Mary, 44; Sir Frederick Morton, Bart., 44; Major- 

General, 44 ; Mrs. Morton, 43 ; Colonel Morton 

Robert, 44; Robert, 44. 
Edwards, Rev. Thomas Charles, D.D., 143. 
Egan, Edward, 117; Mary, 117. 
Egerton, Lady Katharine Grey, 157; Lady Margaret, 

Countess of Wilton, 157 ; Thomas, 2nd Earl of 

Wilton, 157. 
Eglinton, Archibald William, 14th Earl of, ig; Lady 

Sophia Adelaide Theodosia, Countess of, 19. 
Ekins, Anne, 13; Very Rev. Jeffrey, Dean of Carlisle, 

Elderfield, Elizabeth, 57; Francis, 57. 
EUice, Alexander, 154; Lady Ann Amelia, 154; 
Edward, 154; Rt. Hon"" Edward, 154. 



Ellicott, Arthur Becher, 165; Rt. Rev. Charles John, 

Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, 165 ; Constantia 

Ann, 165; Louisa Frederica, 165. 
Elliott, Aubrey Henry Sherman, 91 ; Charles, 90 ; 

Charles Hugh Babington, 91 ; Rev. Canon Charles 

John, 91 ; Rev. Edward Bishop, 90; Eleanor, 90; 

Eling, 90; Rose Mary Anne, gi. 
Ellis, Rev. Conyngham, 91 ; Sophia Isabella, 91 ; 

Thomas, 91 ; see also Agar-Ellis. 
Ellyard, Annie, 131 ; Charles, 131 ; Christiana, 131. 
Elwon, Florence Annie, 131 ; Thomas Light, 131. 
Ely, Rt. Rev. Thomas Green, D.D., Bishop of, 137. 
Empson, Amaziah, 68, 69 ; Christopher, 68 ; Ellen, 

68 ; Ellen Louisa, 68 ; Rev. William Henry, 68, 69. 
England, Betha Jane, 101 ; Rev. William Henry, 101. 
Evans, Rev. .-Mfred Bowen, D. D., 12. 
Everard, Rev. George, 136. 
Ewes, see D'Ewes. 
Exeter, Bishop of. III. 
Eyles, Anne, 128; Thomas, 128. 
Eyre, Rev. C. Phipps, 167. 

Eyres, George Robert, 42 ; Louisa, 42 ; Sophia, 42. 
Eyston, Thomas John, 57 ; Winifred, 57. 



Fairclough, Elizabeth, 144 ; Frank, 144 ; Thomas 

Morrison, 144. 
FaithfuU, Rev. James .\rthur, 166. 
Fane, Augusta, 30 ; Colonel Francis Augustus, 30 ; 

Rachel Louisa, 30; William, 30. 
Fanshawe, Elizabeth Anne Grace, 18'; '^Emily 

Catherine, 18; Gerard Lewis, 18; Colonel Thomas 

Basil, 18. 
Farey, Benjamin, 146; Charlotte, I44; Ehza, 146. 
Farr, Mary, 105. 
Farrar, Ven'"'" Archdeacon, 116. 
Farrer, Elizabeth Georgiana Anne, 166 ; Jane Anson, 

166; Mary Louisa, 166; Rev. Matthew Thomas, 

166. 
Faulconer, Ann Baley, 32 ; Robert Stephen, 32 ; 

WilUam, 32. 
Fawcett, Mary Ellen, 49; Rev. Richard, 49. 
Featherslonehaugh, Lucy, 44. 
Fell, Anne Eliza, 163 ; Charlotte, 97 ; Rev. James 

Alexander, 163 ; Michael Edwin, 163 ; Rev. 

William, D.D., 97. 
Fellowes, Ada Elizabeth Hunter, 100 ; Alexander 

Frederick, 102 ; Rev. Alfred Lyon, 99, 100 ; 

Alice Mildred, 99 ; Ann, 97, 98 ; Annie, 103 ; 

Arthur, 100, 102, 103 ; Arthur Charles, 104 ; 

Bertha, 103 ; Rev. Cecil, 98 ; Charles, 99 ; Rev. 

Charles, 99, 101 ; Charles Arthur, 99 ; Charlotte, 

loi ; Charlotte Maude, 98 ; Cicely, 103 ; Coulson, 

97 ; Dora Mackenzie, 101 ; Dorothea, 98 ; Edith, 

100 ; Edith Ridley, 101 ; Rev. Edmund Horace, 

104 ; Edward, 101 ; Major-General Edward, 98 ; 

Edward John, 98 ; Eleanor, 103 ; Elizabeth, 97, 

102 ; Emily, 104 ; Ethel Mary, 104 ; Evelyn 
Marcella, 98 ; Fanny, 99 ; Frances, 100, loi ; 
Frances Agatha Mary, 102 ; Frances Anne, 98 ; 
Frances Marion, 98 ; Frederick, 102, 103 ; 
Georgiana, 99; Gertrude Margaret, 104; Harriott, 

103 ; Henrietta Constance, 103 ; Henry, 100 ; 
Henry John, 102 ; Rev. Henry John, 100, loi ; 
Hilda, 102 ; Horace Decimus, 103 ; Horace 
Frederick, 104; Jane Louisa, 97, loi, 103; 
Rev. John, 97, loi, 102 ; John Frederick, 
103 ; Lilian Louisa, 104 ; Louisa, 97 ; Louisa 
Emily, 103 ; Marcella, 100 ; Margaret, 100 ; 
Margaret Augusta, 98 ; Maria, 103 ; Marianne, 
97 ; Mary, 102 ; MarylWingfield, 99 ; Maud, 101 ; 
Mildred, loi ; Mildred Winifred, 09 ; Robert, 
97-99, 101 ; Robert Sheldon, 98 ; Rosa Gwendo- 
line, loi ; Sarah, 97 ; Sarah Jane, 102; Susan, 
loi ; Susannah, 99; Violet Beatrice, 101 ; William, 
97 ; William Albemarle, 99. 



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Feltham, Frederic, 53. 

Fewtrell, Alfred, 66 ; Alfred Hastings Heap, 65 ; 

Alice Frances, 66 ; Angelina, 66 ; Anne, 65 ; 

Appolonia, 65 ; Caroline, 65 ; Caroline Harriott, 

65 ; Cecilia Ann, 66 ; Charles Edwin, 65 ; Edgar 

Alford, 65 ; Rev. Edgar Alford, 65 ; Edith Caro- 
line, 66 ; Edwin Alford, 65 ; Edwin William, 65 ; 

Frances, 66 ; Frank Owen, 66 ; George Henry, 

65 ; Hannah, 65 : Harriett Anne, 66 ; Jane, 65 ; 

John, 65 ; John Herbert, 66 ; Julian, 66 ; William 

Charles, 65. 
Field, Rev. Sydney Benjamin, 7. 
Fielding, James, 147 ; Dr. James, 148 ; Martha 

Emma, 148; Mary Anne, 146, 148; William, 146, 

148. 
Finch, Lady Augusta, 15S; Heneage, 5th Earl of 

Avlesford, 158. 
Fish, Catherine, 88; S., 88. 
Fisher, Emma Wood, 20; Lionel Paston, 20; William 

Richard, 20. 
Fitch, Frances Eliza, 106; Dr. Frederick, 106. 
Fitz-S)-monds, Herbert, 8; Jane, 8. 
Flack, Rev. George Sutton, 104. 
Flatt, Elizabeth, 34 ; Emma, 34 ; Ernest William, 

34 ; Flora Emily, 34 ; Hannah Sophia, 34 ; Henry, 

34 ; John, 34 ; Sarah, 34 ; Sopliia, 34 ; Thomas, 

34 ; William Wolton, 34. 
Fleming, David Gibson, 164; Elizabeth, 164. 
Fletcher, Adelaide Maria, 18 ; Benjamin Edgington, 

142; Sir Henry, 3rd Bart., 18. 
Flood, Louie, 54; Professor William Haydn, 54. 
Floyd-Jones, Hon''''' David Richard, 42 ; Sarah Hall, 

42. 
Fookes, Mary, 12; Rev. William, 12. 
Forbes, Rev. Edward, 21. 
Fordham, Edith Maude, 147 ; Emma, 147 ; William, 

Samuel, 147. 
Forrester, Andrew, 148. 
Forth, Nevill, 94; Wilhelmina, 94. 
Foster, Rev. Charles George, 72 ; Peter Le Neve, 48 ; 

Sarah, 21 ; Thomas Jackson, 21. 
Fowler, William Cave, 58. 
Fox, Dr. Arthur Edward Wellington, 91 ; Dr. Edwin 

Fydell, 91 ; Elizabeth Augusta, 91 ; Emily Frances, 

90, 91. 
Frederick, Frances, 100; Sir John, Bart., 100; Mary, 

100. 
Freeman, Charles, 75, 76 ; Emilia CoUis, 75 ; John, 

75 ; John Martin, 76 ; Lucy, 75 ; Mary, 75 ; Mary 

Anne, 75 ; Mary Eleanor, 75 ; Mary Hannah 

Shekell, 75, 76 ; Mary Webb, 75 ; Priscilla, 76 ; 

Thomas, 75; William, 75; William Thomas, 75. 
Frost, Eliza Sarah, 55 ; James Taylor, 55 ; Mabel 

Nellie, 55. 
Fulcher, Rev. Thomas, 142. 
Fuller, Rev. John Mee, 89. 



Gallway, Rev. P., 159. 

Gange, Rev. Edwin Gorsuch, 54. 

Gardner, Emily, 91 ; Emily Elizabeth, 91 ; Hannah, 

144; John, 144; Rev. William, 91. 
Garfit, Rev. Arthur, 64 ; Elizabeth Boyd, 18 ; Mary 

Florence, 18; Thomas, 18. 
Garnett-Botfield, Rev. William Bishton, 31. 
Garth, Mary, 100; Richard, 100. 
Gaskarth, John, 153; Julia, 153. 
George 111., King of England, 42. 
George IV., King of England, 42, 87. 
Gibbons, Edward, 48 ; Marj' Elizabeth, 48. 
Gibeme, Eliza Ann, 60; George, 60; John, 60. 
Gibson, Charlotte, 141. 
Gilbert, Ann, 25 ; Thomas, 25. 
Giles, Alfred, 145 ; Charles Tyrrell, 145 ; Elizabeth, 

113, 114; Henry, 114; Isabella Mary, 145; Jane, 

145; Robert, 1:3; Sarah, 113. 



Gilliat, Clara, 93 ; John Kirton, 93 ; John Saunders, 

93 ; Louisa Anne Fanny, 93 ; Mary Anne, 93. 
Gillings, Ellen, 86. 
Gilly, Anne, 5 1 ; Eliza Isabella, 61 ; Rev. William, 

61. 
Gladstone, Anne, 97; Sir John, 1st Bart., 97; Sir 
John Robert, 3rd Bart., 97 ; Louisa, 97 ; Sir 

Thomas, 2nd Bart., 97. 
Glass, Dr., 62. 
Glasson, Annie Herberta Horton, 64 ; Dr. Charles 

James, 64; Emma, 64; John, 64. 
Gloucester and Bristol, Rt. Rev. Charles John ElUcott, 

Bishop of, 165. 
Godden, Eliza Ann, 60; Stephen, 60. 
Godfrey, Christina, 83 ; Sir William Duncan, 3rd 

Bart., 83. 
Godman, Caroline, 40 ; Charles Bulkeley, 40 ; 

Edmund Temple, 40 ; Joseph, 40 ; Susan Emma, 

40. 
Gooch, Dorothy, 34; Edward, 34. 
Good, Rev. Charles Patten, 6, 7 ; Elizabeth, 6; John 

Patten, 6; Joseph Henry, 6. 
Goodban, Anne Frances, 108 ; John, io8 ; Joseph 

Henry, 108. 
Goodenough, Rev. Leonard William, 38-40. 
Goodman, Rev. Frederick, 16. 
Gore, Hon'"'"' Fanny Mary Katherine, 141 ; John 

Ralph Ormsby, 1st Baron Harlech, 141 ; William 

Ormsby, 141. 
Gorrell, Eunice Mary, 56; George, 56- 
Gosselin, Emily Catherine, 18; Gerard Lipyeatt, 18. 
Gould, Rev. George, 142. 
Goulton-Constable, Lucy Henrietta, 98 ; Rev. James 

Powell, 98. 
Gourlay, Henr)', 4; Mary Henrietta, 4. 
Graham, Cyril Clarke, 61. 
Grano, Louisa, 57. 

Graver, Frances, 33 ; Thomas Lombe, 33. 
Gray, Rev. Arthur, 9; Benjamin, 17; Rev. Benjamin, 

56; Dr., Bishop of Bristol, 9; Marj-, 9; Rev. 

Robert, D.D., 9. 
Green, Catherine, 137; Rt. Rev. Thomas, D.D., 

Bishop of Ely, 137. 
Greenwood, Charles Staniforth, 41 ; Edwin Wilfrid, 

43; Frederick, 41 ; Hubert John, 41 ; John, 41, 

43; Louisa Elizabeth, 41, 43; Sarah, 41. 
Gregory, Alexander Allan, 120; Catherine Christina, 

120. 
Greig, Henry Alfred, 58. 
Grellier, Sophia, 65. 
Gresley, Agnes Elizabeth, 117 ; Captain Arthur 

Francis, R.N., 117; Arthur Spencer, 117; Beatrice 

Georgina, 117; Charles, 1 16; Frances, 117; Lady 

Frances Louisa, 116; Rev. George Nigel, 117; 

Georgina Anne, 116 ; Georgina W'ilmot, 117 ; 

Herbert Nigel, 117; Joan, 116; Joanna Beatrice, 

117; Laura, 116; Laura Anne, 116; Laurence, 

116; Louisa Jane, 116; Louisa Mar>-, 116, 117; 

Nigel, 116; Rev. Nigel, 117; Sir Nigel, Bart., 

1:6; Nigel Bowyer, 117 ; Sir Robert, nth Bart., 

116; Sophia Amelia, 117; Colonel Sir Thomas, 

loth Bart., 116; Rev. W'illiam, 116; WiUiam Lee, 

117; Rev. Sir WUUam Nigel, 9th Bart., 116. 
Gribble, George James, 29 ; Norah, 29 ; Thomas, 

29. 
Groom, Mary, 77 ; Sarah Anne, 78 ; Thomas, 77, 

78. 
Grove, Henrietta, 3; John, 3. 
Grover, Rev. Ernest Stanley, 162. 
Grubbe, Anne Eliza, 44 ; John, 44 ; Sarah Anne, 44. 
Guilford, Francis, 1st Earl of, 38. 
Guille, Elizabeth, 1 10 ; Rev. George de Carteret, 

UO; John, no; Sophia, no. 
GwjTi, Agnes Maria, 99; Richard, 99. 
Gwyther, Ceciha Ann, 66 ; Frances, 66 ; Henr)-, 66 ; 

Rev. Henry, 66 ; Rev. John, 66 ; Rev. John Hawe, 

21 ; Mary, 66; Mary Philippa Artemisia, 66. 
Gyles, Mary, nS. 



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H 

Haden-Cope, Rev. Francis, Ii8. 

Hadow, Rev. Charles Edward, 38. 

Haig, Anne Eliza, 163; George Augustus, 163; Janet 

Augusta, 163. 
Hall, Humphry-, 13; Hon"" Jane, 13; Lstitia, 13; 

Rev. William Craddock, 108. 
Hamilton, Lady Abertha Frances Anne, 116; Rev. 

Gustavus Lodowick, 109 ; Hans, 166, 168 ; Lady 

Harriett Georgiana Louisa, 160; Harriette Augusta, 

166, 168! James, 1st Duke of Abercorn, 116, 160; 

Julia Frances Delme, 104 ; Lilian Louisa, 104 ; 

Mary Emilia, 109 ; Admiral Sir Richard Vesey, 

104; see also Cole-Hamilton. 
Hammersley, Mary Caroline, 41 ; Thomas H., 41. 
Hammond, Mary Elizabeth, 138; Wilham, 138. 
Hanbury, Basil, 40 ; Charles Addington, 38, 40 ; 

Christine Isabella, 38, 40 ; Marie Frances Lisette, 

38 ; Patience, 40. 
Harding, Harriet, 81 ; Rev. John, 56 ; William, 

81. 
Hardy, Elizabeth, 60 ; see also Cozens-Hardy. 
Hargreave, Elizabeth Lucy, 74 ; James, 74 ; James 

Beverley, 74. 
Harlech, John Ralph, 1st Baron, 141. 
Harman, Charlotte, 10; John, 42; Samuel, 10. 
Harmar, Mary, 142; Thomas, 142. 
Harris, Christopher, 42 ; Christopher Arthur Mohun, 

99; Eliza Bayfield, 159; John, 159; Mary 

Molesworth Cordelia, 99. 
Harrison, Rev. Francis, 132. 
Hart-Davis, Annie Clementina, 45 ; Henry Vaughan, 

45; Rev. Richard Hart, 45, 47. 
Hassall, Elizabeth Jane, 27 ; Emma Jane, in; Rev. 

John Thomas, III; Rowland, 27. 
Hatchett, Bulkeley, 140 ; Hugh, 140 ; Hugh James, 

140 ; Martha, 140 ; Mary, 140 ; Richard Bulkeley, 

140 ; Samuel Bulkeley, 140 ; Thomas Bulkeley, 

140. 
Hatherly, Mary Anne, 54. 
Hawkins, Rev. Henry, g; Rohde, 43. 
Hawks, Edward, 162; Jane Diana, 162; Joseph, 

161 ; Mary, 161 ; Mary Ann, 162. 
Haworth, Adrian, 129; Adrian Hardy, 129; Amy, 

129; Anne, 129; Annie, 131; Benjamin, 129; 

Benjamin Blaydes, 129 ; Colonel Benjamin 

Blaydes, 130; CaroHne, 129, 131; Cordelia, 

130; Cordelia Musgrave, 131; Edward Arneman, 

131 ; Edward Calvert Ajneman, 129, 131 ; Eliza 
Sidney, 129; Elizabeth, 129; Elizabeth Maria, 
129; Frances, 129; Frederick, in, 112; Geral- 
dine Theresa, 131 ; Henry Eldred, 131 ; Julia 
Caroline, 131; Louisa Anne, III, 112; Matilda 
Hebe, 131 ; May Clare Sophia, 112 ; Percy 
Marvel!, 131; Theresa, 129; Theresa Louisa, 131 ; 
Thomas, in ; Thomas Eldred Curwen, 131 ; 
Winifred Agnes Geraldine, 131. 

Haworth-Booth, Adrian Robert, 132 ; Colonel Ben- 
jamin Blaydes, 129, 130 ; Benjamin Booth, 
130; Constance Cordeha, 132; Constance Isabel, 

132 ; Cordelia, 130 ; Digby CUfton, 132 ; 
Edith Mildred Cordelia, 130; Francis Adrian 
Blaydes, 132 ; Francis Fitzgerald, 132 ; Lilian 
Theodora, 132; Margaret Jemima, 130; Maude, 
132; Michael, 132; Osbert Moore, 132; Robin 
Howard, 132 ; Rosamond, 132 ; Violet Louisa, 
132. 

Haves, Ann, 85 ; Eliza, 88 ; Martha, 52 ; William, 
85 ; Rev. William, 85, 87. 

Hayter, Rev. Thomas Miller, 5. 

Hazlitt, Ellen, 62 ; William, 62. 

Heale, Alexander, 55 ; Anna, 55 ; Elizabeth, 55. 

Heap, Elizabeth, 65; Thomas, 65. 

Heathcote, Amy, 5 ; Arthur Malcolm, 1,3; Beatrice 
Henrietta, 3 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 5 ; Hon'>'= 
Caroline Frances, I ; Charles George, 4 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel Charles George, 2 ; Dorothy, 3 ; Dorothy 



May, 5 ; Eliza, 4 ; Elizabeth, I ; Rev. Evelyn 
Dawsonne, 3 ; Frances, i ; Frances Gwendolen, 2 ; 
Rev. Francis Cooke Caulfeild, 4 ; George Malcolm, 
2; George Parker, 3; George Wyndham, 4; Gerald 
William Yvery, 5 ; Gertrude Mary Selina, 5 ; Rev. 
Gilbert Arthur, 4 ; Lieut. -Colonel Gilbert Redvers, 

2 ; Rev. Gilbert Vy-vyan, 4 ; Godfrey Hungerford, 

3 ; Rev. Godfrey Samuel Charles, 5 ; Grace, 3 ; 
Grace Mary Bertha, 4 ; Gytha Mary Catharine, 5 ; 
Helen Mary Caroline, 4 ; Helen Maxwell, 4 ; 
Helena Mary, 3 ; Henry Arthur Yvery, 5 ; Isabel 
Frances, 2 ; Isabella Margaretta Elizabeth, 3 ; 
James Shirley, 3 ; Jennetta Alethea, 3 ; Jennetta 
Selina, 2 ; Kathleen Ada, 2 ; Lastitia Maria, 2 ; 
Leonard Vyvyan, 4 ; Lucy Helena, 2 ; Lucy 
Lyttelton, 2 ; Margaret Mary Helena, 4 ; Marion, 
3 ; Marjorie, 5 ; Martin Arthur, 3 ; Mary, 5 ; 
Mary Caroline, 2 ; Mary Florence, 5 ; Mary Forbes, 
3; Mary Gertrude Caroline, 4; Mary Henrietta, 4 ; 
Mary Susan, 4 ; Maud Lyttelton, 2 ; Pauline, 2 ; 
Phyllis Young, 3 ; Reginald St. Alban, 4 ; Ruth, 3 ; 
Selina, i ; Selina Frances, 2 ; Spencer Gilbert, 4 ; 
Sybil Annesley, 2; Rev. William, i, 2; Sir William, 
3rd Bart., I ; Sir WiUiam, 5th Bart., i ; Lieut.- 
Colonel William Arthur, 4 ; Rev. William Arthur, 
2 ; William Charles Perceval, 4 ; Sir William 
Perceval, 6th Bart., 2. 

Heatley, Charles Davis, 61 ; Ernest Lafont, 61 ; 

George Davis, 61 ; Rev. Henry Davis, 61 ; Julia 

Eliza, 61 ; Richard, 61. 
Hechler, Rev. D., n; Marie, II; Miriam, n. 
Hedges, Emily Margaret Bourne, 29 ; Killingsworth, 

29; Killingsworth Richard, 29. 
Heigham, Rev. Arthur Linzee Chatterton, 163. 
Hellaby, Constance Dora, 55. 
Hempson, Emma, 113; George Davey, 113; John, 

113; Lydia, 113. 
Henderson, Annie Robinson, 136; Rev. Canon James, 

162 ; James Henry, 136; Rev. James Henry, 135, 

136. 
Herbert, Catherine, 156; George Augustus, nth Earl 

of Pembroke, 156. 
Herdman, Emma, 105; WilUam, 105. 
Hertzel, George, 86. 
Heslop, Rev. John William, 135. 
Hewitt, Elizabeth, 50; Rev. John Prowse, 53. 
Heywood, Emma Maria, 141 ; Rev. George, 

141. 
Higgins, Edward Townsend, 75. 
Highett, John, 84 ; Sarah, 84 ; Sarah Jane, 84. 
Hill, Charles Fitz Henry, 121 ; Charles Popham, 121 ; 

Eliza, 121 ; Rev. Hugh Arundel, 55; Peter, 115; 

Sarah, 115. 
Hilton, Hannah, 76; James, 76. 
Hines, George, 114; Jemima, 114; Kate Beatrice, 

114. 
Hobson, Frances Vernon, 72 ; Dr. Lewis John, 72 ; 

William, 72. 
Hodsdon, Charles, 164; Charlotte Elizabeth, 164. 
Hogarth, Dora, 70; John, 70; Margaret, 70. 
Holburne, Admiral Francis, 97 ; Jane, 97. 
Holder, Anne, 13; Emily Janetta, 13; John Hooper, 

13- 
Hole, Emily Ljetitia, 14; Susanna, 14; William, 14; 

William Robert, 14. 
Holland, David Hughes, 75 ; Mary, 75 ; Mary 

Eleanor, 75. 
HoUings, Anne, 136. 
HoUoway, Ambrose, 9 ; Dorcas, 9 ; Elizabeth 

Priscilla, 9 ; John, 9 ; Admiral John, 9. 
Holmes, Henrietta Louisa, 99 ; Margaret Alice 

Cookman, 21 ; Mary, 21 ; Rev. Peter, 14; Sarah, 

21; Thomas, 99; Thomas Barton, 21. 
Holtorp, see De Holtorp. 
Homewood, Ann, 121; William, 121. 
Hook, Rev. Cecil, 103. 
Hope, Caroline Jane, 71; Rev. James, 71, 72; Rev. 

John, 71. 



180 



Hopkins, Amelia Hanbur)-, 119; Augusta Frederica, 
33 ; Elizabeth, ^2 ; Emma, 32 ; Francis Henr)-, 
33; Hanbur)-, 119; Harold, 33; Henry, 32, 33; 
Isabella, 32 ; Isabella Marj', 32 ; John, 32 ; 
Margaret Ann, 119. 

Hordem, Rev. Houstonne James, 102. 

Horn, Frances, 43; Lieut. -Colonel Frederick James, 

43- 
Hornby, Ellen, 62 ; Francis Villiers, 62 ; Philip 

Henry Netherwood, 62. 
Horsman, Edward, l$y. 
Horton, Augusta Frances, 64 ; Robert, 64 ; Sarah, 

106 ; Thomas, 78, 80, 106. 
Hoskings, Ann, 52. 
How, Rt. Rev. WUUam Walsham, D.D., Bishop of 

Wakefield, 99. 
Howard, Anne Elizabeth, 132; Charles Gorham, 

132 ; Charles Nevison, Viscount Andover, 153 ; 

George, 6th Earl of Carlisle, 156 ; Rev. George 

Broadley, 132; Lady Georgina, 156; Jane, 8; Jane 

Elizabeth, Viscountess Andover, 153 ; John, 115 ; 

Mary Jane, 8 ; Maude, 132 ; Robert, 8 ; Sarah 

Ann, 115; Sarah Elizabeth, 115. 
Howarth, Rev. Henry, 165. 
Howell, Alice Mar>', 28 ; Rev. David, 28 ; Rev. 

John Aneurin, 28, 31. 
Howes, Agnes Maria, 99 ; Edward, 99 ) Elizabeth, 

99, 102 ; Fanny, 99 ; Rev. George, 99, 102 ; Rev. 

Henry, 99, 102 ; Maria Margaret, 102 ; Susan, 

102 ; Rev. Thomas, 99, 102. 
Hubert, Elizabeth, iio; Peter, no. 
Hudson, Charles, 25 ; Jane, 25. 
Hughes, Elizabeth, 82 ; Rev. Henry Robert, 136 ; 

Sir William Bulkeley, 82. 
Hume, George, 81 ; George Boughton, 81, 844 
Hunloke, Charlotte, 153; Sir Henry, Bart., 153) 

Margaret, 153; Sir Thomas Windsor, Bart., 153. 
Hussey, Grace, 3 ; Henrietta, 3 ; James, 3. 
Hutchinson, Frederica Katherine, 165; Harriet, 165; 

Colonel Hon'''"' Henry Heley, 165. 
Hutchison, Rev. Ernest Alexander, 55. 
Hyem, Anne, 127; Thomas, 127. 
Hyett, Anne Jane, 122; Annie Grace, 123; Benjamin, 

122; Ellen Maria, 124; Frances Stephana, 122; 

Francis Adams, 122, 124; Henry Adams, 122; 

Ida Grace, 124; John Biscoe, 123; Josephine, 123; 

Lucy Carpenter, 124; Margaret EUen, 124; Mary 

Clementina, 123; Minna Frances Annie, 124; 

Sarah Jane, 124; Stephana Inglis, 124; Violet 

Adams, 124; William Henry, 122, 123; William 

Henry Adams, 1 23. 



Ilchester, Earl of, 85. 
Ingles, Rev. Da\'id, 30. 
Inglis, Harriet Kendall, 109. 
Ismail, H.H. Pacha of Eg)-pt, 86. 
Ivens, Rev. William Edmund, 74. 



J 

Jackson, Elizabeth, 32; John, 12, 32; Sarah, 12. 
Jacson, Charlotte, 141 ; Rev. Edward, 141 ; Elizabeth, 

38 ; George, 141 ; Marianne EUza Frances, 141 ; 

Shalcross, 38. 
James, Rev. Walter, 72 ; Rev. Theodore William, 10. 
Jellicoe, Rev. George Streynsham, 62 ; Minnie, 84. 
Jenks, John, 52 ; Sarah, 52 ; Susanna, 52. 
Jennings, Alice, 52 ; Fanny, 52 ; Robert, 52. 
Jerrard, Rev. Frederick William Hill, 98. 
Jesse, Edward, 131 ; Frances Margaret, 131 ; Matilda, 

131- 
Jocelyn, Lady EUzabeth Frances Charlotte, 155 ; 

Robert, 3rd Earl of Roden, 155. 
Johnson, Anne, 4 ; Elizabeth Aiine, ill; Rev. John 

Hampson, 4; Rev. Peter, in. 



Johnstone, Eliza Harriet, 26 ; James, 26. 

Jones, Alice Elizabeth, 20 ; Ann Mary, 29 ; Elizabeth 

Macklin, 59; Hannah, 29; Rev. Henry Frederick, 

56 ; Ven"*'" John, 29 ; Rev. John Herbert, 29 ; 

Mary, 20 ; Rees, 20 , Rev. Richard, 56 ; Williajn 

Yarworth, 59 ; see also Floyd-Jones. 
Jowitt, Rev. John Herbert, 72. 



K 

Keddle, Ann, 85 ; John, 85 ; Shering, Sj. 

Keer, Anne, 127; John, 127. 

Kehrer, Julie, 51. 

Kelly, Arthur, 161 ; Barnabas Frederick, 56 ; 

Benedictus Marwood, 161 ; Admiral Benedictus 

Marwood, 161 ; Edith Helen, 56 ; Eunice Mary, 

56; Reginald, 161 ; Dr. William Marwood, 161. 
Kemeys-Tynte, Colonel Charles John, 1 33; Maud 

Maria, 133; Vincentia, 133. 
Kemp, Harriet Anne, 83 ; James George Allerton, 

83. 
Kempthome, Rev. John Augustine, 51. 
Kent, Louisa Amelia, 121 ; William Partington, 121. 
Kenyon, Hon'>'= Fanny Mary Katherine, 14I ; Lloyd, 

Baron, 141 ; Hon'''" Lloyd, 141 ; Rev. Orlando, 

141 ; Hon"''" and Rev. Trevor, 29. 
Keppel, Lady Anne Amelia, 154; Elizabeth, Countess 

of Albemarle, 154; Sophia, 159; William Charles, 

4th Earl of Albemarle, 154, 159. 
Kerrison, Adelaide Rosa, 15 ; Florence, 15 ; Roger, 

15- 
Key, Edmund Henry, 136; Petronel, 36. 
King, Rev. George, 53. 
Kingdon, Rev. James Durant, 136. 
Kirby, Barbara, 122; Thomas, 122. 
Kirkland, Major-General John Agmondesham Vesey, 

98 ; Margaret Augusta, 98 ; Susan, 98. 
Kirkpatrick, Rev. Richard Carr, 144. 
Kitchener, Ann, 50 ; Emma, 50 ; Francis Elliott, 50 ; 

Lieut. -Colonel Henry Horatio, 51 ; William 

Cripps, 50, 51 ; William Orbell, 50. 
Kitson, Susanna, 14; Rev. William, 14. 
Klapka, Joseph, 51 ; Julie, 51; see also De Klapka. 
Knightley, Rev. Henry, 162 ; Rev. Henry Charles, 

40; Mary Ann, 162. 
Knowles, Edmund Yalden, 61 ; Emily, 61 ; Esther, 

61. 
Knox, Mary, 134; Rev. Thomas, D.D., 1 34. 
Kynaston, Louisa Ann, 14; Roger, 14. 



Laity, Annie, 12 ; Mary, 12; Richard John, 12. 
Lambert, Rev. Joseph Malet, LL.D., 131, 132. 
Landon, Rev. Charles Whittington, 108 ; Dorothy 

Mervyn, 108; Rev. Guy, 4; Henrietta Maria, 109; 

Jane, 109 ; John Chichester Crewe, 108 ; Rev. 

John WTiittington, 108 ; Rev. John WTiittington 

Ready, 109 ; Very Rev. Whittington, D.D., Dean 

of Rochester, 108. 
Lane, Alexander Maurice, 62; Florence, 62. 
Lang, Jane Montgomery, 130. 
Langdon, Elizabeth, 55. 
Langford, Edward, 106 ; Jane, 106 ; Mar)-, 106 ; 

William, 106. 
Langmuir, Rev. Ga\'in, 80. 
Langslow, Edward, 8. 
Lascelles, Hon'''= Arthur, 39 ; Catherine, 39 ; Henrietta 

Frances, 155; William Saunders Sebright, 155. 
Law, Ven'''= John, Archdeacon of Rochester, 122; 

Stephana, 122. 
Lawley, Hon^^ and Rev. Stephen, 130. 
Lawrence, Gertrude Mary Selina, 5 ; Mary Elizabeth, 

5 ; Neville George Murray, 5 ; Ne\-ille Mackenzie 

Newton, 5. 



Laycock, James Campey, 72 ; Jane, 72. 
Leedes, Anne, 41 ; Edward, 41. 

Lees, Very Rev. James Cameron, D.D., Dean of 
the Thistle and Chapel Royal, 120; Rev. WilUam, 

45- 
Legge, Lady Florence, 42 ; Frances, Countess of 

Dartmouth, 42 ; William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth, 

42. 
Leicester, Lady Anne Amelia, Countess of, 154 ; 

Georgina Caroline, Countess of, 155 ; Juliana, 

Countess of, 155; Sir Thomas, Earl of, 153; 

Thomas William, 1st Earl of, 154; Sir Thomas 

William, Earl of, 155. 
Leith, Florence, 169; Frederick, 169; Jane Ball, 

169. 
Leitrim, Robert Bermingham, 4th Earl of, 159; 

William Sydney, 3rd Earl of, 159 ; Winifred, 

Countess of, 159. 
Le Marchant, Sir Gaspard, 18; Rev. John, no; 

Rev. Joshua, no; Lady, 18; Sophia, no. 
Lenox-Dutlon, James, 154; James, 1st Lord Sher- 
borne, 154. 
Leslie-AIeU-ille, Alexander, Earl of Leven and Melville, 

19; Lady Jane Elizabeth, 19. 
Lethbridge, Fanny Margaret, 15; Sir Thomas Buckler, 

2nd Bart., 15. 
Licven and Melville, Alexander, Earl of, 19 ; see also 

Leslie-Melville. 
Lewin, Annie Maria, 127; Augusta Diana, 89; 

Charles John, 127: Ellen Gertrude, 128; Frederick 

Mortimer, 89; Frederick Samuel, 127, 128; John, 

127, 128; Lilian Helen, 127. 
Lichfield, Very Rev. the Dean of, 92 ; Rt. Rev. 

George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop of, 55 ; Lady 

Harriett Georgiana Louisa, Countess of, 160 ; 

Mildred, Countess of, 160 ; Thomas Francis, 3rd 

Earl of, 160; Thomas George, 2nd Earl of, 160. 
Lillicrap, Charles, 54 ; Joseph, 54 ; Lydia, 54 ; Mary 

Anne, 54. 
Lincoln, Bishop of, 18. 
Lindsey, Lucy, 166; Thomas Spencer, 166. 
Littledale, Anne, 25 ; Anne Mary, 25 ; Anthony, 27 ; 

Caroline, 27 ; Thomas, 25. 
Llandaff, Bishop of, 56. 
Lloyd, Clara, 54 ; Eliza, 17 ; Erasmus Reginald 

WiUiam, 17; Frances, 54; Frederick Robert, 54; 

John Goodwill, 54; Sir Marteine, Bart., 17; Mary 

Ann, 68, 70 ; Colonel Thomas, 68, 70 ; Rev. 

William, 17. 
Lloyd-Baker, Henrj- Orde, 40. 
Loch, Captain, 43. 
Locke, Esther, 161; Robert, 161. 
Locket, Alice Elizabeth, 20 ; Athol, 21 ; Bernard, 

21 ; Charis Mary, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20 ; Emma 

Wood, 20; Eveline Hilda, 21 ; Frank, 21 ; George, 

20 ; George Cooper, 20 ; George Eimer, 20 ; 
George Hazelwood, 21 ; Grace, 21 ; Gwynne, 21 ; 
Lesbia, 21 ; Lilias, 20; Lionel Gardner, 21 ; Mabel, 

21 ; Margaret Alice Cookman, 21 ; Marjorie, 20; 
Mary, 20, 21 ; Mary Anne, 20; Robert, 20; Dr. 
Thomas Wood, 21 ; Winifred, 21. 

Longe, Frances, 102; Susan, 102. 

Longman, Eveline Augusta, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 

Longueville, Thomas, 141. 

Lopes, Abby, 13; Sir Ralph, Bart., 13. 

Loraine-Smith, Isabella, 13S; Rev. Loraine, 138. 

Loring, Annette Julia, 28 ; John, 28. 

Love, Eleonora Sophia, 63 ; James, 63. 

Lovell, Harriet Kendall, 109 ; Norah Haynes, 109 ; 
Robert Haynes, 109. 

Lowe, Rev. Charles Benjamin, 72 ; Rev. Edward 
Henry, 72 ; Louisa Juha, n2 ; Matilda Constance, 
72; Rev. Noel, n2 ; Very Rev. Thomas Hill 
(Peregrine Furj-e), Dean of Exeter, 112. 

Lumsden, George William, 130; Jane Montgomery, 
130; Margaret Jemima, 130. 

Lyle, AUce Harriett Cromie, 168 ; Emily Octavia, 
168; James Acheson, 168. 



LjTiam, Arthur D'Ewes, 63 ; Margaret Fredericka 

Cecilia Horton, 63. 
Lynch, Lieut. -General Edward Patrick, 16; Elizabeth, 

16. 
Lyon, Mary Ann, 98 ; Mary Elizabeth, loi ; Susan, 

lOi ; Hon'''= Thomas, 98, loi. 

M 

Maban, Rev. Spencer, 116. 

Macaulay, Jean, 89; Rev. John, 89. 

Macdonald, Sir Archibald Keppel, 3rd Bart., 159 ; 

Catherine Mar)', 159; Sir James, 2nd Bart., 159; 

Margaret Sophia, 159; Sophia, 159. 
MacGill, EHzabeth, 119; Samuel, 119. 
Macgregor, Rev. William, 31. 
Mackay, Hugh, 78 ; Theodosia Anderson, 78. 
Mackenzie, Admiral Alexander, 5 ; Rev. Charles, 

100 ; Christine IsaVjella, 38, 40 ; Edith, 100 ; 

Elizabeth, 100; Rt. Rev. Henry, D.D., 100; Dr. 

John, 38, 40; Rev. Kenneth Alastair, LL.D., J20; 

Mary Elizabeth, 5. 
Mackinnon, Benjamin Thomas, 21 ; Mabel, 21 ; 

Percy Graham, 21. 
Madan, Rev. Nigel, 116. 
Mainwaring, Charles Kynaston, 141 ; Elizabeth, 140; 

Marj', 140; Thomas, 140, 
Majendie, Rev. Arthur, n6. 
Makins, Henry, 98 ; Margaret Augusta, 98. 
Maling, John, 9 ; Mary, 9. 
Mangles, Mary, 102; Robert, 102. 
Manning, Rev. Charles Robertson, 128. 
Manningham, Major-General Coote, 156; Mary Anne, 

156. 
Manningham-Buller, Anne, 156 ; Major-General 

Edmund Manningham, 156; Sir Edward Man- 
ningham, Bart., 156; Mar)' Anne, 156. 
Mansfield, Horatio, 100 ; Jane Sarah, 103 ; John, 

100, 103 ; Margaret, Baroness Sandhurst, 100 ; 

Mary Buchanan, 100 ; Samuel, 100 ; William, 

Baron Sandhurst, 100 ; General Sir William Rose, 

Baron Sandhurst, 100. 
Marc, Vice-Wachtmeister Alexander Julius Heinrich 

Wilhelm, 51; Florence, 51; JuUus, 51. 
Marchant, see Le Marchant. 
Marett, Clementina, 51. 
Marlborough, Lady Abertha Frances Anne, Duchess 

of, 116; George Charles, 8th Duke of, 116. 
Marriott, Charles, 98; Rev. Fitzherbert Adams, 106; 

Frances Marion, 98 ; Rev. George Strickland, 98 ; 

Mary Emily, 98. 
Marryat, EHzabeth, 16; Colonel Ernest Lindsay, 16; 

Mary Irene, 16. 
Marston, Barbara, 122; Frances, 122; Richard, 122. 
Martin, John James, 8$ ; Mary Annette, 58 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 58. 
Mart)-n, Lydia, 13. 
Maskene, Rev. H., n. 

Mason, Elizabeth, 14; James, 140; Rev. William, 17. 
Massett, Elizabeth, 9 ; Elizabeth Priscilla, 9; Thomas, 9. 
Massie, Frances Maria, 28 ; Rev. Richard, 26, 28 ; 

Susan Hester, 26. 
Mathews, Annie, 164 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 164 ; 

Thomas, 164. 
Maturin, Rev. Charles Gabriel Trewman, 4. 
Maunder, Rev. Charles, 18. 
May, Henrietta Maria, 109 ; Samuel Marshall 

Thompson, 109; Samuel William, 109. 
Mayhew, John, 34 ; Sophia, 34. 
Mayo, Rev. Charles Theodore, II. 
McComas, Rev. Charles, 132. 
McCready, Rev. John Davidson, 70. 
McKelvie, John, 64; Selina Elizabeth, 64. 
McMaster, James Short, 145; Mar)', 145; Sarah, 145. 
McNeil, Andrew, 8; Annie Sophia, 8; Martha, 8. 
Mead, Caroline Elizabeth, 52; William, 52. 
Melville, Rev. Canon, D.D., 158; see also Leslie- 
Melville. 



182 



Menlove, Joshua Lewis, 140. 

Meyrick, Frances Jane, S7 ; Jane, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 

Middlemore, Agnes, 78 ; Alice, 80 ; Amphilis 
Throckmorton, 79 ; Barbara Carola, 79 ; Elizabeth, 
77 ; Emily Anne, 78 ; Emily Christabel, 79 ; George, 
77 ; James, 78 ; James Littleton, 78 ; John, 77 ; 
John Throgmorton, 79 ; Katherine Joyce, 79 ; 
Margaret Amphilis de Edgbaston, 79 ; Maria 
Trinidad Howard, 80 ; Marian, 79 ; Marian Bag- 
nail, 79 ; Mary, 77, 79 ; Mary Evangeline, 79 ; 
Merell Phihppa, 79 ; Richard, 77, 78 ; Robert 
Littleton, 80 ; Samuel George Chetwynd, 80 ; 
Sarah, 77, 78 ; Sarah Anne, 78 ; Sarah Dorothea, 
79; Theodosia Anderson, 78; Thomas, 78; William, 
77, 78. 

Middleton, H., 62; Mary Matilda, 62. 

Miller, Rev. Edward, 127 ; Rev. John, 56; Mary 
Amanda, 127 ; Robert, 127. 

Millerd, Hugh, 133; Susannah, 133. 

Mills, Ann, 42, 142; Elizabeth, 65; Hon^s Elizabeth 
Frances, 42 ; Jane, 65 ; Rev. John, 81 ; John 
Gartside, 65 ; Maria Elizabeth, 143 ; SeUna, 8l ; 
Susannah, 42; Thomas, 42; Rev. Thomas, 42. 

Milton, Hannah Mullen, 62. 

Mirams, Edward, 43. 

Mitchell, Rev. Canon, 52. 

Mocatta, Elias, 63; Rev. J. M., 62; Julia, 63; 
Louisa, 63 ; Rev. William Abraham, 63. 

Mole, Amelia Lucas, 74;' James Henry, 74. 

Moll, William, 142. 

Molony, Harriet, Si ; James, 81 ; Lucy, 81 ; Selina, 
8t. 

Molyneux, Ann, 25 ; Anne, 25 ; Edmund, 26 ; Eliza 
Harriet, 26; Ella, 26; Mary, 25; Thomas, 25. 

Monahan, Fanny, 2; James Henr)', 2. 

Monck, Elizabeth, 165 ; Henry, 165 ; Lady Isabella, 
165. 

Montgomerie, Adelaide Margaret Constance, 19 ; 
, Archibald William, 14th Earl of Eglinton, 19; 

Eleanor Theresa, 19 ; Samuel Hynman, 19 ; 
Lady Sophia Adelaide Theodosia, Countess of 
EgUnton, 19; Lady Sophia Constance, 19; Sophia 
Egidia Gwendolen, 19. 

Moody, Mary, 161 ; Major-General Richard Clement, 
161. 

Moore, Ada, 106 ; Amy Elizabeth, 107 ; Arm, 107 ; 
Major-General Charles Wilson, 132 ; Christian, 
no; Clara, 107; Constance Isabel, 132; Edward, 
105, 107 ; Edward Davies, 107 ; Edward James, 
106 ; Edward Shirley De-la-More, 106 ; Elizabeth, 
105, 107 ; Emma, 105 ; Fanny, 107 ; Frances 
Eliza, 106 ; Frederick, 105, 106 ; James, 107 ; 
James Charles, 106 ; Rev. James Harry, 107 ; 
Jane, 105, 106; Jane Ann, 105; Jenny Mary, 106; 
John, 105-107; John Edward, 105; Lawton 
Llewellyn, 107 ; Maria, 107 ; Maria Charlotte 
Sinclair, 86 ; Mary, 105, 106 ; Mary Frances 
Isobel, 106 ; Mary Jane, 107 ; Robert, 107 ; 
S. , 86; Sarah, 84; Sarah Hannah, 105; Thomas, 
no; Rev. Thomas, no. 

Moore-Stevens, Anne Eleanor, in, 112; Bertha 
Christiana, 112; Eleanor Gratiana, 112; Elizabeth 
Anne, in; Emma Jane, in; Evelyn Louisa, 
112; Hugh Stukely , 112; Ven'''^ John, Archdeacon 
of Exeter, in; John Curzon, in; Rev. John 
Henry, in, 112; John Richard Charles, 112; 
Joyce Marion Elizabeth, 112; Louisa Julia, 112; 
May Clare Sophia, 112; Richard Arthur, in. 

Moreton, Charles Jarvis, 74. 

Morgan, Mary Anne, 75. 

Morris, Rev. Adolphus Philipse, 133-136 ; Alice 
Isabel Bowerbank, 60; Amherst Henry Gage, 133; 
Anne, 133; Annie Leonora, 135; Annie Robinson, 
13s, '36 ; Bessy, 135 ; Dr. Beverley Robinson, 
135 ; Charles D'Urban, 136 ; Cornelia, 136 ; 
Edith Grace Caroline, 134; Emily, 133; Emily 
Gordon Newenham, 134 ; Florence Bellinger 
Skottowe, 135 ; Florence Mary Maude, 135 ; 



Frances Burrell, 60; Rev. Francis Orpen, 133, 
'35> '36 ; Frederick Leslie, 135 ; Frederick 
Philipse, 134, 136; Georgiana Susan, 134; Henry 
Gage, 135 ; Admiral Henr>' Gage, 134 ; Rear- 
Admiral Henry Gage, 133; Jessie Maud Amy, 
134; Joanna Hincks, 136; Joanna Rebecca 
Newenham, 135 ; Sir John, Bart., 131 ; Laura 
Anne Gertrude, 134; Mabel Jessie, 134; Maria, 
136; Maria Susannah, 133; Rev. Marmaduke 
Charles Frederick, 133, 134; Mary, 133, 134; 
Mary Cornelia, 133, 134; Mary Philipse, 136; 
Matilda, 131; Maud Maria, 133; Petronel, 136; 
Rebecca Newenham Millerd, 133; Lieut. -Colonel 
Reginald Frank, 134; Reginald Owen, 134; 
Roger, 136; Colonel Roger, 133; Rose Ellen 
Elizabeth, 134 ; Violet Edith, 134 ; Rev. William, 
60 ; William Brisco, 60. 

Morrit, Alicia Margaret, 48 ; Rev. Robert, 48. 

MostjTi, Llewellyn Neville Vaughan, Baron, 159. 

Mott, Charles Augustus, 14 ; Gertrude Constance 
Hall, 14 ; Louisa Ann, 14 ; WiUiam, 14 ; Rev. 
William Kynaston, 15. 

Motteux, John, 154. 

Mountain, Rt. Rev. George Jehosophat, D. D., 
Bishop of Quebec, 45. 

Mucklow, Elizabeth, 77; James, 77. 

Muir, Amelia Mar)', 61 ; James Richard, 61. 

Murphy, Edith Walker, 7 ; Sir Francis, 7. 

Murray, Alexander Edward, 6th Earl of Dunmore, 
156; Catherine, Countess of Dunmore, 156; Charles 
Adolphus, 7th Earl of Dunmore, 156; Gertrude, 
Countess of Dunmore, 156; Vice- Admiral James 
Arthur, 104 ; Julia Frances Delme, 104. 

Musgrave, Ven*"'*^ Archdeacon, D.D., 69. 



N 

Napier, Caroline, 46 ; Francis, 7th Baron Napier of 

Ettrick, 46. 
Nash, Rev. Alexander, 39. 
Needham, Rev. Robert Raikes, 74. 
Neville, Anne, 81 ; Major-General Charles, 81. 
Newdegate, Lieut. -General Sir Edward Newdigate, 

42. 
Newell, Anne Catherine, 67 ; Rev. James Edward, 

67 ; Rev. Jeremiah, 67. 
Newington, Charles, 88 ; Eliza, 88 ; Elizabeth, 88 ; 

Frank, 88; Rev. Frank, 88; Colonel Frank 

Alexander, 88. 
Newman, Matilda Lyne, 73. 
Neynoe, Ellen Frances, 82 ; Colonel William Brydges, 

82. 
Noble, Mary, 12; Sarah, 12; Thomas, 12. 
Noel, Hon"" Augusta Julia, 89 ; Diana, Baroness 

Barham, 89; Sir Gerald Noel, Bart., 89. 
Norbury, Charlotte, 97 ; Rev. John George, 97. 
Norrington, Charles, 57 ; Martha, 57. 
North, Francis, 1st Earl of Guilford, 38; Louisa, 38. 
Norton, Daniel, 88; Florence, 88. 
Norwich, Bishop of, 154 ; Hon''i= and Rt. Rev. John 

Thomas Pelham, Bishop of, 98. 
Notley, Rev. Charles, 102; Marj-, 102. 
Nott, Charles, 107 ; Clara, 107. 



O 

Oakeley, Edward, 116. 

Oakley, Sir Charles, 1st Bart., 116; Louisa, 116. 

O'Donoghue, Emilia Theodosia Katharine, 109 ; 

Henry O'Brien, log; Mary Emilia, 109. 
Ogihie, Alice Lilian, 84; Colonel James Spence, 84; 

Minnie, 84. 
Oldershaw, Henrietta Constance, 103 ; Rev. Henry, 

103; Millicent Susan, 103. 
Oliver, Anne, 61 ; Jane, 137 ; Stephen, 61 ; Thomas, 

137; Rev. WiUiam Elliott, LL.D., 62. 



183 



Oliverson, Richard, 43. 

O'Neill, Elizabeth, 167! John, 167. 

Orbell, Ann, 50; John, 50. 

Orford, Henry, 113. 

Orpen, Rev. Francis, 133 ; Rebecca Newenham 

Millerd, 133; Susannah, 133. 
Osborn, Mary Anne Margaret, 137; Robert, 137. 
Osborne, Sarah, 34. 
O'TooIe, Rev. Dr., 57. 
Otter, Emily, 160; Rt. Rev. William, D.D., Bishop 

of Chichester, 160. 
Ottley, Anna Maria, 14; Brook Taylor, 14. 
Ouseley, Rev. Sir Frederick Gore, Bart., 133. 
Overton, Rev. John Henry, 18. 
Owen, David Charles Lloyd, 78 ; Martha, 140 ; 

Thomas, 140; see aho Ba\keley-Ov/en. 
Oxford, Bishop of, 92. 



Pack, Anne Elizabeth, 167 ; Arthur John, 165 ; 
I.ieut. -Colonel Arthur John, 165 ; Catherine, 165 ; 
Major-Geneial Sir Denis, 165, 16S; Denis William, 
165 ; Elizabeth Catherine, 167 ; Lady Elizabeth 
Louisa, 165, 168 ; Very Rev. Thomas, Dean of 
Ossory, 165 ; see also Reynell-Pack. 

Pack-Beresford, Algernon Dunbar, 169; Alice Harriet 
Cromie, 168; Annette Caroline, 166, 168; Annette 
Louisa, 169; Arthur William, 16S; Charles George, 
169; Denis Robert, 168; Denis William, 165-168; 
Elizabeth Harriet, 169 ; F'lorence, 169 ; Henry 
John, 169; Hugh de la Poer, 169; Joyce Annette, 
169; Reynell James, 169. 

Packe, Edmund, 103 ; Jane Sarah, 103 ; Louisa 
Emily, 103; Rev. William James, 103, 104. 

Padgett, Martha, 8 ; William, 8. 

Page, James, 14S; Mary, 148. 

Palmer, Caroline, 84 ; Edward Thompson, 27 ; Eliza 
Bowles, 148; Elizabeth, 50; Foster, 148; Frances, 
148; Hannah Letitia, 27; Harriett, 147; Jane, 27, 
147 ; John, 147 ; John Henry, 148 ; Joseph, 50 ; 
Rev. Levi, 54 ; Sarah, 147 ; Rev. W., 84 ; Rev. 
William Henry, 109. 

Pardoe, Charlotte Jane, 137 ; Jane, 137 ; John, 137 ; 
Rev. John, 137; Maria, 137. 

Pares, Hannah, 29; John, 29. 

Parker, Betha Jane, loi ; Caroline, 44 ; Charles 
Stuart, 93; Sir Harry, Bart., 42; Harry Rainy, 
90 ; Sir Hyde, 44 ; Vice-Admiral Hyde, 44 ; Vice- 
Chancellor Sir James, 93 ; Louisa, 42 ; Mary, 93 ; 
Mildred, loi ; Rev. Richard, loi ; Richard William 
England, lOi ; Sophia Mary, 44 ; Sir William, 
9th Bart,, 44. 

Parlby, Adelaide Rosa, 15; Annie Morrison, 16; 
Blanche St. John, 13 ; Edward Mackenzie Hall, 
16; Emily Janetta, 13; Emily Lnetitia, 14; Emma 
Admonition, 13; Emma Marion Hall, 14; Florence 
Louisa, 14 J George Ale.xander Hall, 16; Lieut.- 
Colonel Gerald Charles Hall, 15; Gertrude Con- 
stance Hall, 14 ; Humphrey Marryat, 16 ; Jean 
Admonition, 16 ; John Alexander, 13 ; John Francis 
Hall, 16 ; Rev. John Hall, 13, 14 ; St. John 
Radcliffe Hall, 15 ; Ljetitia, 13 ; Lydia, 13 ; Mary 
Irene, 16; Mildred Bertha Hall, 14; Reginald 
John Hall, 13, 16; Thomas, 13; Trefusis Copleston 
Hall, 15 ; Trefusis Hall, 13 ; Violet Agatha 
Margaret, 16; Walter Coventry Hall, 16; Winifred 
Beatrice Hall, 15. 

Parr, Alfred, 8 ; Alfred William Clifford Vernon, 8 ; 
Annie Sophia, 8 ; Edmond, 8 ; John George 
Rowland, 8 ; Mary, 8 ; Mary Jane, 8 ; Susan, 8 ; 
Violet Vivian Clifford Vernon, 8; William, 8. 

Parratt, Eliza Sophia, 47 ; Thomas, 47. 

Partridge, Elizabeth, 107 ; James, 107 ; Maria, 107 ; 
Reuben, 107; William, 107. 

Paston-Cooper, Ethelreda Julia, 51. 



Paterson, Major-General Adrian Hugh, 167; Andrew, 
98 ; Anne Elizabeth, 167 ; Colonel George, 167 ; 
Rev. George John Mapletoft, 167; John Mapletoft, 
167 ; Susan, 98. 

Patterson, Rev. John Irwin, loi. 

Patton, Ven'^'° Henry, Archdeacon of Ontario, 92 ; 
Merriall Lucy, 92. 

PauU, AmeUa, 95 ; James, 95 ; John Richards, 95 ; 
Mary, 95. 

Payne, Anna Virginia, 12 ; Augustus WeUington, 12; 
Beatrice Elizabeth, 12. 

Peach, Rev. Charles Pierrepont, 98 ; Mary Emily, 98. 

Pearce, Rev. William Peter, 84. 

Pearse, Alfred, 53; Ann, 52, 53. 

Pearson, Henry, 102; John, 92; Sarah Anne, 92; 
Sarah Jane, 102. 

Pease, Arthur, 137; Arthur Francis, 137; Laura 
Matilda Ethelwyn, 137; Mary, 137. 

Peat, Juliana, 161 ; Robert, 161. 

Peile, Annette, 50; John, 51. 

Pelham, Honbie and Rt. Rev. John Thomas, Bishop 
of Norwich, 98; i'f^ a/ro Anderson-Pelham. 

Pemberton, Christopher, 137. 

Pembroke, George Augustus, nth Earl of, 156. 

Perceval, Hont"'" Caroline Frances, i ; Charles 
George, ist Baron Arden, i ; Isabella, 3 ; Mar- 
garetta Elizabeth, Baroness Arden, i ; Marianne, 4; 
Mary Henrietta, 4 ; Rt. Hon'>'"= Spencer, 3 ; Spencer 
Arthur, 4. 

Perowne, Rt. Rev. John James Stewart, Bishop of 
Worcester, 55. 

Perrins, Alice Emily, 119 ; Alice Mary, 119; Amelia 
Hanbury, 119; Amelia Maude, 119; Catherine 
Christina, 120; Charles, 120; Charles Francis 
Dyson, l2o; Charles William Dyson, 118, 120; 
Ellen Mary, 119; Frances Isabel, iiS ; Frances 
Sarah, 118; Frederick, 120; James, 118; James 
Allan Dyson, 120; James Dyson, 118, 119; John 
Stewart Dyson, 120; Margaret Susan, 120; Mary, 
118; Mary Jane, 120; Sarah, 118; Sarah Ger- 
trude, 119; Thomas Henry, 119; William, 118, 
119; William Dyson, 119. 

Peters, Jane, 144; Sarah Maria Cecilia, 144; William, 
144. 

Philipps, Bulkeley, 66; Rev. James Henry Alexander, 
66; Sir John, Bart. ,66; Mary PhiUipa Artemisia, 66. 

Phihpse, Frederick, 133 ; Mary, 133. 

Phillips, Frances Agatha Mary, 102 ; Rev. George, 
102; Mary, 102; Rev. Spencer, 92. 

Philpott, Rt. Rev. Henry, Bishop of Worcester, 55. 

Pickford, William, 68. 

Pierson, James Henry George, 32. 

Pigott, Elizabeth Augusta, 91 ; John Hugh Smyth, 91. 

Pike, Ebenezer, 137; Mary, 137. 

Plumer, Rev. Charles John, 30 ; Eliza Frances, 30 ; 
Rt. Honi''= Sir Thomas, 30. 

Plymouth, Other Lewis, 4th Earl of, 38. 

Pollard, Clara, 71 ; George, 71 ; Julia Frances, 71. 

Pollock, Rev. James Samuel, 78- 

Pope, James, 34 ; Mary, 34. 

Porter, Christopher Waltham, 19 ; Helen Henriette, 
19; Lydia, 19; Thomas Cunningham, 19. 

Portland, Henry, Ist Duke of, 165. 

Potter, Rev. Beresford, 118, 119; Elizabeth, 119; 
Rev. Samuel George, D.D., 119; Sarah Gertrude, 
119. 

Potts, Charlotte, 53. 

Powell, Adelaide, 163; Rev. James Baden, 109; 
William, 163. 

Powerscourt, Elizabeth Frances Charlotte, Viscountess, 
155 ; Julia, Viscountess, 155; Mervyn, 7th Viscount 
and 1st Baron (and Baron Wingfield), 155 ; Richard, 
6th Viscount (and Baron Wingfield), 155. 

Pownall, Ven'''"' Assheton, Archdeacon of Leicester, 
26 ; liev. Canon, 26 ; Charles Assheton Whately, 
26; Dora Bourne, 26; Sophia Jane, 26. 

Pratt, Rev. Charles Tiplady, 99 ; Rev. Joseph 
Stephen, 90; Maria Frances, 90. 



184 



Preedy, Charles, 30; Henry, 30; Margaret Alington, 

30. 
Price, Rev. Clement, 79 ; Emily, 61 ; Henry, 61 ; 

Mary, 79; Rev. Thomas, 79. 
Priestley, Elizabeth, 67 ; Elizabeth Marianne, 68 ; 

Harriet Susannah, 70; John, 67, 68, 70; Mary, 

67 ; Mary Ann, 68, 70. 
Primrose, Archibald John, Earl of Rosebery, 154. 
Proctor, Hilda Beatrice Aimie, 55. 
Prussia, King of, 89. 
PuUeine, Mary Winifred, 1 54 ; Thomas Babington, 

154. 
Pudsey, Ambrose, 48 ; Jane, 48. 
Purdon, Rev. W., 166, 168. 
Pursey, Rachel, 53. 
Pyle, Rev. Philip, 97. 
Pym, Alice Margaret, 19; Rev. Charles Melville, 19; 

Francis, 19 ; Lady Jane Elizabeth, 19 ; Robert 

Ruthven, 19. 



Quebec, Rt. Rev. George Jehosophat Mountain, 

D.D., Bishop of, 45. 
Quick, Frederick James, 6 ; James Carthew, 6 ; Rev. 

Robert Herbert, 6. 
Quintard, Anna Virginia, 12. 



R 

Radcliffe, Abby, 13 ; Emma Admonition, 13 ; Sir 

Pollexfex, 14; Rev. Walter, 13. 
Raddish, Anne, 17; William, 17. 
Radford, Henry, 71 ; Rev. Henry Freer, 71 ; Kate, 

71- 
Ram, Rev. George Stopford, 157. 

Ransonie, Rev. R., 11. 

Ranson, John, 115; Sarah Ann, 115. 

Ravenhill, Rev. John, D.D., 85. 

RawUns, Rev. Arthur William, 52. 

Rawson, Alice Anne, 69; Anne Catherine, 67; Annie 
Constance, 70 ; Rev. Arthur, 69 ; Arthur George 
Ernest, 68 ; Arthur John Selwyn, 69 ; Arthur 
Pelham, 68 ; Caroline, 67 ; Castel William, 68 ; 
Charles Selwyn, 69 ; Charlotte Arabella, 69 ; 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 69 ; Rev. Christopher Wright, 
69 ; Constance Ellen, 68 ; Constance Priestley, 70; 
Dora, 70 ; Dorothy Florence, 70 ; Elizabeth 
Marianne, 68 ; Ellen, 68 ; Ellen Beatrice, 69 ; 
Ellen Louisa, 68 ; Ellen Susanna, 67 ; Emily 
Frances, 69; Ethel, 69; Florence Harriet Marianne, 
70; Frances Jane, 68: Frederic Philip Selwyn, 70; 
Frederick Edward, 67, 70 ; Frederick Gerald 
Selwyn, 69, 70 : Gertrude Elizabeth, 68 ; Harriet 
Jennetta Elizabeth, 69 ; Harriet Susannah, 70 ; 
Henrietta, 69; Henry Ernest, 68; Herbert Evelyn, 
68; John, 67, 68, 70; John Harry Selwj-n, 70; 
John Selwyn, 68, 70; John Sherard, 68, 69; Mary, 
67 ; Mary Elizabeth, 67; Mary Sibella, 69; Minna 
Alice, 68 ; Nelly, 67 ; Sherard, 69 ; WilUam Henry, 
67, 68, 70. 

Raymond-Barker, Charles, 41 ; Elizabeth, 41 ; John, 
41 ; Mary Caroline, 41 ; Thomas, 41. 

Read, James, 127; Lilian Helen, 127. 

Reading, Bishop of, 11 8. 

Rees, Annie, I43; Rev. Henry, 143. 

Reeve, Mary, 99 ; William, 99. 

Reid, Caroline, 46; Charlotte Anne, 46; George, 
116; Georgina Anne, 116; Louisa, 116; Nevile, 
46. 

Rex, Caroline, 131; Isaac Gramger, 131. 

Reynell, Lady Elizabeth Louisa, 165; Lieut. -General 
Sir Thomas, Bart., 165. 

Reynell-Pack, Arthur Denis Henry Heber, 167 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Arthur John, 165 ; Elizabeth 
Georgiana Anne, 166 ; Flora Charlotte, 167 



Florence Elizabeth Hannah, 1 67; Frederica Kathe- 

rine, 165; Frederica Louisa, 167; Harriet Katherine 

Grace, 166 ; Louisa Frederica, 165 ; Mary Isabella 

Harriet, 166. 
Reynolds, Ven"' Francis Cocks Puget, Archdeacon 

of Bombay, 90 ; Lauretta Sarah, 64 ; Louisa Jean, 

90; Thomas, 64. 
Richards, Commodore, 30 ; Rev. John, 95 ; Mary, 

95 ; Susan, 8 ; William, 8. 
Richardson, Sarah, 45; Rev. Thomas, 57. 
Rickards, Rev. Marcus Samuel Cam, 109. 
Ridley, Elizabeth, 100; Robert, loo. 
Riggs, Thomas Adamson, 34. 

Rind, Anne, 4; Mary Susan, 4; William James, 4. 
Roberton, Elizabeth, 164; Dr. John, 164. 
Roberts, Anne, 27, 153 ; Anne Eleanor, III ; 

Deborah, 127 ; Elizabeth, 53 ; Elizabeth Jane, 27 ; 

Fanny, 53; George, 53; Jane, 106; Matilda, 139; 

Mary, 153; Philip, 153; Rachel, 53; Thom;is, 127, 

139; Wenman, 153; Rev. William, ill; William 

Henry, 27; Rev. William Masfen, 51. 
Robertson, Andrew, 97 ; Anne, 97. 
Robins, John, 73 ; Mary Savage, 73. 
Robinson, James, 27; Jane, 27; Admiral Mark, 135. 
Roden, Robert, 3rd Earl of, 155. 
Rogers, Sarah, 20. 
Rokeby, Lord, 158. 
Rollason, Mary Anne, 130, 131 ; Thomas, 130, 

131- 

RoHe, Christiana Maria, no; John, no. 

Rooke, Caroline, 27 ; Eleanor Elizabeth, 27 ; Mary 
Emily, 27 ; Willoughby Brudenell, 27 ; Rev. 
Willoughbv John Edward, 27. 

Rose, Rev. Edward Joseph, 90 ; Rev. Joseph, 90 ; 
Lydia, 90 ; Rev. William, 90. 

Rosebery, Archibald John, Earl of, 154. 

Roscnhagen, Arnold, 38; Melosine, 38. 

Rothwell, Ann, 108; Richard, 108. 

Rowley, Catherine Priscilla, 118; Rev. Thomas, 
D.D., 118. 

Royds, Ad^le Molyneux, 27 ; Agatha, 31 ; Rev. 
Alfred, 28, 30 ; Rev. Alfred Littledale, 22, 24, 27 ; 
Alice Mary, 28 ; Amy, 26 ; Ann, 25 ; Ann Mary, 
29 ; Anne Mary, 25 ; Annette Julia, 28 ; Annie 
Bourne, 28; Anthony Fane, 30; Bridget Alington, 
31; Charles Bourne, 29; Charles James, 28; 
Charles Molyneux, 27 ; Rev. Charles Smith, 25 ; 
Clara, 71 ; Clement, 25, 26 ; Clement Bourne, 27 ; 
Constance Alington, 31; Cornelia Frances, 28; 
Dora Bourne, 26; Dorothy Alington, 31; Edith, 
29 ; Edmund, 30 ; Edmund Molyneux, 27, 29 ; 
Edward, 26; Rev. Edward, 24-26, 29, 30; Edward 
Alington, 30, 31; Eleanor Georgina, 27; Elinor 
Bourne, 28 ; Elizabeth Jane, 27 ; Ella, 26 ; Ella 
Wordsworth, 28 ; Ellen Hester, 28 ; Emily, 29, 
30, Emily Mabel, 30; Emily Margaret Bourne, 
29; Ethel, 28; Ethel Molyneux, 27; Evelyn, 31 ; 
Florence Molyneux, 27 ; Frances, 28 ; Rev. Francis 
Coulman, 28, 30, 31; P'rank Massie, 28; Frank 
Molyneux, 27 ; Hann.^h Letitia, 27 ; Harriette 
Winifred Molyneux, 26 ; Helen Molyneux, 27 ; 
Ilenr)', 25, 26; Henry Bourne, 27 ; Hester Frances, 
30; Hester Mary Alington, 31 ; James, 22, 25, 71 ; 
Jane, 25 ; Jasper Francis, 30 ; John, 25 ; John 
Alington, 31 ; Katharine Natiilie Alington, 31 ; 
Katherine Fanny, 28 : Mabel Alington, 31 ; Mar- 
garet, 26 ; Margaret .-Mington, 30 ; Margaret Bourne, 
26 ; Mary, 25, 30 ; Marj' Emily, 27 ; Marj' Petrena, 
26 ; Rev. Nathanael, 26, 29, 30 ; Norah, 29 ; 
Phyllis Alington, 31 ; Rachel Louisa, 30; Thomas 
Alington, 3I ; Thomas MoU-neux, 27 ; William 
Edward, 27 ; William Molyneux, 27. 
Ruck, Emily, 91 ; John, 91. 
Rudkin, Maria, 136; Samuel, 136. 
Russell, Edward, 20th Lord de Clifford, 154; Rev. 
Edward Francis, 16; Hon"" EHzabeth, 154; 
Margaret, 58 : Margaret Jane (Cissy), 58 ; General 
Sir William, B.art., 58 ; William Coleman, 75. 



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St. John, HonWe Jane, 13; John, loth Lord St. John, 

I3- 
Sales, Richard Astley, loi ; Sarah Margaretta, loi. 
SaUsburj', Bishop of, 3; Dean of, 91. 
Salmon, Matilda, 1 14 ; Robert, 1 14 ; Robert Green, 

114. 
Salter, William Herbert, 148. 
Sams, Susan Barwick, 50. 
Sanders, Anne, 133 ; Charles, 133 ; Rev. Ernest 

Arthur Blackwell, 147 ; Florence BelUnger Skot- 

tone, 135 ; Martha Elizabeth, 135; William Bliss, 

135; William Wilkins, 135. 
Sandhurst, Margaret, Baroness, 100; William, Baron, 

100 ; General Sir William Rose Mansfield, Baron, 

100. 
Sandy, George Richard, 94 ; Mary, 94. 
Saskatchewan and Calgary, Bishop of, 16. 
Saunders, Harriet, 84 ; Mary Anne, 93 ; Robert, 

93- 
Schreiber, Florence, $1. 
Schroder, Joseph, 10; Sarah, 10. 
Schwart2, Minna AUce, 68; W., 68. 
Scott, Annabella, 48 ; Cordelia Mary Jane, 83 ; Rev. 

James, 48 ; John A. , 83 ; Mary, 48. 
Seagar, Caroline, 65 ; Charles, 65 ; Sophia, 65. 
Seaver, Rev. William, 19. 
Seddon, Catherine Priscilla, 118; Frances Isabel, 

118; Rev. Richard, 118; Rev. Richard ToUer, 

118; Rev. William Herbert, 118, 119. 
Selwyn, Rt. Rev. George Augustus, Bishop of 

Lichfield, 55. 
Sewell, Lieut.- Colonel Charles, 98; Charlotte 

Georgina, 98; Charlotte Maude, 98. 
Seymour, Rev. George Augustus, 91. 
Sharpe, Rev. Clement Rene, 60. 
Shaw, Francis Stewart Kennedy, 162 ; Colonel George 

Kennedy, 162; Marion Isobel, 162. 
Shawe, Georgina Wilmot, 117 ; Henry Cunliffe, 117 ; 

Mary, 117; Samuel Pole, 117. 
Shee, Louisa Catherine, S7 ; Martin Archer, 57 ; Sir 

Martin Archer, 57. 
Shekell, Hannah, 76; Priscilla, 76; Thomas, 76. 
Sheldon, Jane, 97; Jane Louisa, 97; Ralph, 97. 
Sheppard, Rev. Revett, 88; Sarah Emma, 88. 
Sherard, Colonel, 134; Georgiana Susan, 134. 
Sherborne, Elizabeth, Baroness, 153 ; James, 1st 

Baron, 153, 154; John, 2nd Baron, 153. 
Shirley, Eliza, I ; Evelyn John, I ; Rev. James, I ; 

Selina, I. 
ShoU, Charles, 86; Sarah, 86. 
Shoplin, Alice, 52. 
Shortland, Rev. Henry Vincent, 44. 
Simpson, Rev. Richard Bartlow, 61. 
Sinclair, Ven'''^ Archdeacon, 58. 
Singleton, Rev. Edward, D.D., 138. 
Sise, Aime, 9; James, 9. 
Sitwell, see Wilmot-Sitwell. 
Sivewright, Catherine, 141; Rev. J., 141. 
Sizer, John, 115; Sarah Emma, 115. 
Skelton, Rev. Benjamin Henry, II. 
Skipwith, Archibald Peyton, 29 ; Edith, 29 ; Rev. 

Humberston, 29; Lionel, 29; Nanette, 29. 
Skipworth, Anne EUzabeth, 132 ; John Henry, 

132. 
Skottowe, Anne Robinson, 135 ; George Augustus 

Frederick, 135. 
Slaney, Robert Aglionby, 141. 
Slocombe, Rev. William, 52. 
Smith, Anne, 40 ; Archibald, 93 ; Charles, 25 ; 

Dudley Robert, 40 ; Elizabeth VaUs, 56 ; Rev. 

Frederick, 55 ; General, 100 ; George, 56 ; Gilbert 

Thomas, 61 ; Hugh Colin, 40; Rev. Isaac Gregory, 

119; Jervoise, 40; John Abel, 40; Margaret 

Louisa, 40 ; Mary, 25 ; Mary Buchanan, 100 ; 

Nathaniel, 118; Peggy, 6; J« a/^o Clementi-Smith 

and Loraine-Smith. 



Smilhe, Caroline, 40 ; Edmund, 40. 

Smyth, Amelia, 128 ; Emily, 29 ; Emma, 128 ; 

Rev. Grenville, 29; Hannah, 128; Rev. Joshua, 

128. 
Smythe, Frances Burrell, 60; John Burrell, 60. 
Snow, Edmund Newman, 16 ; Violet Agatha 

Margaret, 16. 
Soler, Dorma Magdalena, 45. 
Soulsby, Jane, 87 ; William, 87. 
South, John, 113. 
Spencer, John Charles, Earl, 154. 
Spencer-Churchill, Lady Abertha Frances Anne, 

Duchess of Marlborough, 116; Lady Frances 

Louisa, 116; George Charles, 8th Duke of 

Marlborough, 116. 
Spencer-Stanhope, Ahce Mildred, 99 ; Rev. Charles 

William, 99 ; Elizabeth Julia, 99 ; Elizabeth Wil- 

helmina, 154; John, 154; John Roddam, 154; 

Mary Winifred, 154; Walter, 154; Walter Thomas 

William, 99, 154. 
Spurgeon, Rev. James Archer, 145. 
Spurling, Henrj-, 114. 
Stace, John, 144; Sarah Louisa, 144. 
Stanbrough, Rev. Morris Edgar, 15. 
Stanford, Alan Septimus, 62 ; Anna Sophia, 62 ; 

Frederick, 62 ; Oona, 62. 
Stanhope, Arthur, i ; Rev. Charles Spencer, 38 ; 

Eliza, I ; see also Spencer-Stanhope. 
Staniforth, Samuel, 41 ; Sarah, 41 ; Rev. Thomas, 

43- 
Stanley, Edward, 12th Earl of Derby, 157; Lady 

Margaret, 157. 
Stansfeld, David, 67 ; Nelly, 67. 
Stanton, Ann, 73 ; WilUam, 73. 
Stanyforth, Edwin Wilfiid, 43 ; Mary Evelyn, 43. 
Stares, John, 144 ; Maud Alice, 144 ; Sarah Louisa, 

144. 
Steele, Eveline Hilda, 21 ; George, 16 ; Jean, 16 ; 

William Joseph, 21. 
Steuart, Agatha, 31; Archibald, 31 ; James, 31. 
Stevens, Christian, no; Christiana Maria, no; 

Elizabeth, no; Heiury, no; Louisa Anne, ni, 

112; Richard, no; Sophia, no; Thomas, no; 

see also Moore-Stevens. 
Stewart, Charles John, 159. 
Stock, Rev. Canon, 69. 
Stokes, Rev. George, D.D., n. 
Stonor, Catherine Mary, 159; Thomas, 3rd Baron 

Camoys, 1 59; Hon"' Thomas Edward, 159. 
Stopford, Hon'''* and Ven"' Henry Scott, Archdeacon 

of Leighlin, 166, 168. 
Storey, Rev. Charles Edward, 115. 
Stowe, Annie, S4 ; Charles, 54 ; Edith, 54 ; George 

Charles, 54. 
Strange, Hon"* Sir John, 81 ; Lucy, 81 ; Susanna, 

81. 
Stratford de Redcliffe, Lord, 100. 
Stratten, Rev. James, 146. 
Streatfield, Rev. George Sidney, 19. 
Strickland, Sir George, Bart., 98; Lucy Henrietta, 

98. 
Strong, Edward, 81 ; Susarma, 81. 
Stuart, Catherine, 143 ; Charlotte Georgina, 98 ; 

Emily, 157; James, 98, 157; Professor James, 

142, 143 ; Joseph Gordon, 143 ; Laura Elizabeth, 

143- 
Sturgis, Dr. Frederic Russell, 80; Heiuy Parkman, 

80; Maria Trinidad Howard, 80. 
Styles, Elizabeth Johanna, 41 ; John Stackhouse, 

41. 
Suckling, Rev. Robert Alfred John, 144. 
Suffolk and Berkshire, John, Earl of, 153; Julia, 

Countess of, 153. 
SulUvan, Catherine, 165; Denis, 165. 
Sussex, H.R.H. the Duke of, 159. 
Sutton, Alicia, 90; Rev. William, 90. 
Swan, AUcia Catherine, 48 ; Oswald Henry, 48 ; 

Thomas, 48 ; Thomas Cole, 48. 



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Swinson, Frederick, 75 ; George Newton, 75 ; Mary 
Anne, 75; Mary Webb, 75; Samuel Morgan, 75. 

Sykes, Frances, 91 ; Nicholas, 91. 

S)Tnes, Dr. George, 87 ; George Broadley, 87 ; John, 
87 ; Mary, 87. 

Symonds, see Fitz-Symonds. 



Talbot, Hon'>'=and Rev. Gilbert, D.D., 159. 
Tatham, Anna Maria, 46 ; Joseph, 46 ; Kathleen, 46. 
Tatton, Sophia, 27 ; Thomas William, 27. 
Taylor, Aiine, 71 ; Rev. Fitzwilliam John, 40 ; 

Georgiana Jane, 39 ; Joseph, 71 ; Mar)-, 142 ; 

Sarah, 55 ; Stephen, 142 ; Major-General Thomas 

William, 39. 
Teck, H.R.H. Duchess of, 157. 
Terry, Charlotte, loi ; Herbert Durell, loi ; Horace 

Augustus, loi ; Sarah Margaietta, lOl ; Thomas, 

loi ; Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Henr)' Clarke, loi. 
Teush, Mary, 60. 
Thehvall, Rev. Edward, 140, 141 ; Emma Maria, 

141; Marianne, 140; Mary Elizabeth, 140. 
Theobald, Sarah, 142; Thomas, 142. 
Thomas, Rev. Richard James Francis, 55. 
Thompson, Rev. Thomas William, 128. 
Thome, Martha, 57. 
Thornton, Ann Homewood, 121 ; Lee, 99 ; Mary, 

99; Rt. Rev. Samuel, D.D., Bishop of Ballarat, 

50; Susannah, 99; Thomas, 121; Thomas Lee, 

99; William West, 121. 
Thorp, Anna, 3 ; Rev. Thomas, 3. 
Thorpe, Frances, I ; John, I. 

Throckmorton, Charlotte, 153; Sir Robert, Bart., 153. 
Thurlow, Rev. Charles Augustus, 1 5 ; Fanny Mar- 
garet, 15 ; Lieut. -Colonel Hugh Hovel, 15 ; 

Winifred Beatrice Hall, 15. 
Timmis, Annie, 105 ; James Joseph, 105 ; Jane, 105 ; 

John Charles, 105; Samuel, 105. 
Tiplady, Elisabeth, 49; Francis, 49. 
Tisdall, Anna Claire, II ; Major-General Archibald, 

1 1 ; Charles Arthur, 1 1 . 
Todd, Rev. James Utten, 29. 
Toller, Emma, 34 ; James, 34 ; John, 34 ; Mary, 34 ; 

Samuel, 34; William, 34. 
Tom, Amelia, 95 ; Charlotte Philippa, 94 j Charlotte 

Truscott, 94 ; Daniel, 94, 95 ; George, 95 ; John, 

94 ; Mary, 94 ; Mary Hawky Sandy, 94 ; Philip, 

94 ; Philip Sandy, 94, 95 ; Sophia, 94. 
Toogood, Edith, 29 ; Henry, 29 ; Rev. Jonathan 

James, 29 ; Reginald Curtis, 29. 
Townsend, Lady Elizabeth (Windsor), 38; Gore, 38; 

Joseph, 38; Louisa, 38. 
Treloar, Thomas, 94. 
Trench, Catherine, 5 ; Samuel, 97 ; Susannah, 97 ; 

Thomas, 5 ; see also Cooke-Trench. 
Trevaldwyn, Rev. Benn Wilkes Jones, 12. 
Trevelyan, Sir Alfred Wilson, 7th Bart., 2; Fanny, 2 ; 

Pauline, 2. 
Trevor, see Brand-Trevor. 
Tritton, Alice Jane, 40 ; Edward William, 40 ; 

Henry, 40. 
Truscott, Charlotte Philippa, 94 ; John, 94 ; General 

John, 94; Admiral William, 94. 
Turle, James, 134; Rose Ellen Elizabeth, 134; Rev. 

William Honey, 62, 134, 136. 
Turpin, Mary Florence, 5 ; Rev. William Homan, 5. 
Twining, George, 162 ; Isabella, 162 ; Rev. William 

Henry Greaves, 58. 
Tynte, see Kemeys-T)-nte. 



U 



Udaipur, Maharana of, II. 
Umphleby, John, 10; Mar)', lO. 
Underwood, George, 5; ilar)', 5. 



Vachell, Georgina Lyttelton, 2 ; Lucy Lyttelton, 2 ; 
Richard Tanfield, 2. 

Valentine, Samuel Herbert, 107. 

Vardy, Rev. Albert Richard, 79. 

Vaughan, Llewellyn NeWUe, Baron Mostyn, 159. 

Vecqueray, Augusta Felicita Fran9oise Theresa 
Hubertina, 89 ; Francis Gerard, 89. 

Venables- Vernon, Alice Lucy, Baroness Vernon, 1 55! 
Eliza Grace, 155 ; George, 1st Baron Vernon, 154 ; 
Henry, 3rd Baron Vernon, 155 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Hon''''' Henry Sedley, 155; Mary, 154. 

Venn, EUng, 90 ; Rev. Henr)-, 90. 

Vemer, Emilv, 159; Sir William, Bart., 159. 

Vemey, Hon^'" AUce Jane, 40 ; Hon'''' Blanche, 39 ; 
Clare, 39 ; Elizabeth Georgina, 39 ; Georgina Jane, 
Baroness Willoughby de Broke, 39, 40 ; Geraldine, 
Baroness Willoughby de Broke, 38; Colonel Henr)', 
lOth Baron Willoughby de Broke, 38 ; Hon'''' Henry 
Peyto, 39 ; Henry Peyto, 8th Baron Willoughby de 
Broke, 39 ; John Henry Pe)to, 38 ; John Peyto, 
6th Baron Willoughby de Broke, 38 ; Hon'''' 
Katharine, 40 ; Hon^'" Louisa, 38 ; Louisa, Baroness 
Willoughby de Broke, 38; Hon"'" Mabel, 40; 
Hon'''" Margaret Louisa, 40 ; Marie Frances Lisette, 
38 ; Hon'>'<^ Pamela, 40 ; Hon'''" Patience, 40 ; 
Re)'nell Henry, 39 ; Hon'>'« Richard GreWlle, 38 ; 
Robert Barnard, 39 ; Robert John, 9th Baron 
Willoughby de Broke, 39 ; Hon'''" Robert Reynell, 
40 ; Hon'''" Susan Emma, 40 ; Hon'''" and 
Rev. Walter, 39 ; Hon'''" and Rev. Walter Robert, 

39, 40. 
\'emon, Alice Lucy, Baroness, 155 ; Henry, 3rd 

Baron, 155; ^«^ a/w Venables-V'emon. 
Victoria, Queen of England, 42. 



W 



Wakefield, Rt. Rev. William Walsham How, D.D., 
Bishop of, 99. 

Wales, H.R.H. Albert Edward, Prince of, 155 ; 
H.R.H. Alexandra, Princess of, 156. 

Walker. Edith, 115 ; Elizabeth, 67; Florence Eliza- 
beth Hannah, 167; Frederick John, 167; Lawrence, 
165; Mar)' Anne, 2; Nanette, 29; Robert, 115; 
Sarah, 115 ; Thomas, 29; William, 67; William 
Lewis, 2. 

Waller, Catherine Agnes Edith, 7 ; Edith Walker, 7 ; 
Rev. Thomas Henry, 7 ; William Naunton, 7. 

Wallis, Florence Mary Maude, 135 ; Preston, 

>35- 
Walmesley, John, 132; Richard, 132; Violet Louisa, 

132- 
Walpole, Isabella, 3 ; Isabella Margarelta Elizabeth, 

3 ; Spencer Horatio, 3. 
Walsh, Eliza, 4 ; John Adams, 4. 
Walsham, Rev. Canon, 132. 
Walter, Emma, 147 ; John Chappell, 147. 
Walters, James Woodbridge, 123; Sarah, 123. 
Warburton, Frances Mar)', 44 ; Rev. Roland Egerton, 

44. 
Ward, Edward, 106 ; Emily Octavia, 168 ; Hon'"" 

and Rev. Henry, 168 ; Mary, 106 ; Sarah, 106. 
Wardley, John, 145; Sarah, 145. 
Warren, Catharine Florence, 1 28; Ven*"'" Charles 

Frederick, Archdeacon of Osaka, 128; Rev. Charles 

Theodore, 128. 
Wase, Dorothy, 34 ; Flora Emily, 34 : Francis, 

34- 
Waterford, Elizabeth, Marchioness of, 165 ; George, 

1st Marquess of, 165. 
Waterpark, Henry Anson, Baron, 1 56; Henr)' 

Manners, Baron, 154. 
Watkins, Rev. Charles Frederick, 138; Ven'''" Henry 

William, Archdeacon of Durham, 100. 



187 



Watson, Ann, 25; Jane, 25; John, 25; Thomas, 

Os- 
walt, Janet, 50; Rev. Robert, 50. 

Weatherby, Henrietta, 51. 

Webb, Ahce Fleetwood, 10; Anna Claire, II; Anne, 
9; Anne Winifred, 12; Annie, 12; Archibald 
Wilfrid Tisdall, n ; Beatrice Elizabeth, 12; Con- 
stance, 9; Dorcas, 9, 10; Edith Mary, 12; 
Elizabeth Priscilla, 9 ; Eustace Bertrand Stephen, 
12 ; Evelyn Alice WooUs, 10 ; Dr. Francis Cor- 
nelius, 10 ; Francis Woodroffe, 10 ; George, 10 ; 
Gerald Vernon Tisdall, 11; Hilda Priscilla, 12; 
Hugh Cholmeley, 12; James Bertrand, 12; John, 
10; Rev. John, 10, 12; John Eustace, 12; Joseph, 
II ; Marie, 11 ; Mary, 9, 10, 12; Sarah Frances, 
10; Sarah SchrSder, 10; Stephen Harold, 10; 
Stephen Massett, 1 1 ; Rev. Thomas William, 1 1 ; 
Wilfrid Francis, 12; William, 9; Rev. William, 9; 
William Francis Richmond, 1 1 ; WiUiam Wilfrid, 
II. 

Webster, Mary, 9 ; Rowland, 9. 

Wellington, Rt. Rev. Charles John Abraham, Bishop 

of, 55- 

Wescombe (alias Westcombe), Anna, 55 ; Anna 
Sophia, 55 ; John, 55. 

Whately, Sophia Jane, 26 ; Rev. Thomas, 26. 

Wheeler, Frederick Ledsam, 62. 

Wheler, Agnes, 84 ; Alice Lilian, 84 ; Anna Maria, 
83 ; Aubrey Stuart, 84 ; Caroline, 84 ; Rev. Sir 
Charles, 7th Bart,, 81 ; Lieut. -Colonel Charles 
Stuart, 84 ; Charlotte Theresa, 83 ; Cordelia Edme 
Laura, 83 ; Cordelia Mary Jane, 83 ; Doris Laura, 
84 ; Dorothy, 84 ; Dorothy Kathleen, 83 ; Sir 
Edward, 12th Bart., 83; Dame Elizabeth, 84; 
Emilv, 84 ; Feridah Audrey Mary, 83 ; Frances, 
81; Francis, 84; Lieut. -General Sir Francis, 10th 
Bart., 84; Francis Glynne, 84; Lieut. -Colonel 
Francis Henry, 84; Harriet, 81, 82; Harriet Anne, 
83 ; Henry, 84 ; Rev. Henry Trevor, 82 ; Jane, 
82; Lucy, 81, 82; Lucy Penelope, 82; Mary 
Leontine, 83 ; Sarah Jane, 84 ; Trevor, 82, 84 ; 
Colonel Sir Trevor, 8th Bart., 81 ; Colonel Sir 
Trevor, nth Bart., 83 ; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Trevor, 
9th Bart., 81 ; Trevor Francis, 83 ; Trevor Wood, 

83- 

Whichelow, Rev. James Shearer, 21. 

Whitbread, Juliana, 155 ; Hon"' Juliana, 155 ; 
Samuel Charles, 155. 

White, Hon"" Alice Emily, 157; Cordelia, 135 ; 
Emily, Baroness Annaly, 157 ; Rev. Frederick 
George Herbert Henry Eugene, 135 ; Frederick 
William, 135; George, 8; Rev. Henry, 78, 84; 
Joanna Rebecca Newenham, 135 ; Luke, 2nd Baron 
Annaly, 157; Maiy, 8; General Sir Robert, 14; 
Sarah, 75. 

WTiiteford, Alice Lucy, 155 ; Sir John, Bart., 

Whitehouse, Joseph, 105 ; Mary, 105 ; Samuel, 
105. 

Whittingham, Annie Clementina, 45 ; Anthony, 45 ; 
Carlos Modesto Benito Leno Teckla Maria de la 
Conception (Charles), 45 ; Charlotte Anne, 46 ; 
Clara Monttessuy, 46 ; Clementina Louisa, 46 ; 
Duncan Napier, 47 ; Eliza Cecilia Catherine 
England, 45 ; Emma Maud Marion, 47 ; Ferdinand 
Samford, 46 ; Major-General Ferdinando Santiago 
Nicolas, 46 ; Rev. George Gustavus Napier, 45, 
47 ; Georgiana Sophia, 46 ; Kathleen, 46 ; Mag- 
dalena, 45 ; General Paul Barnard, 45 ; Rose 
Corcyra Annie, 46 ; Samford Hart Frere, 46 ; 
Lieut. -General Samuel Ford, 45; Sarah, 45; 
William, 45. 

Whyley, Rev. Francis, 4. 

Wilde, Rev. Canon, 19. 

Wilkins, Annie Morrison, 16 ; Francis, 16 ; Jean, 
16. 

Wilkinson, Catherine, 137 ; Rev. Charles, D.D., 14 ; 
Charles Allix, 137; Rev. Charles Thomas, 14; 



Ellen Martha, 6 ; Rev. John, 6 ; Johnson, 137 ; 
Mary Anne Margaret, 137 ; Robert, 137 ; Robert 
Hindley, 137, 138. 

Willey, Frances, 81 ; Rev. Jocelyn, 81. 

William IV., King of England, 42. 

Williams, Edward, 141 ; Frances Sarah, 118; Rev. 
John Henry, 97; Laura Anne, 116; Sir Robert, 
9th Bart., 116; Robert Griffiths, 116; Sarah, 97; 
Rev. Thomas John, 1 18; Rev. William, 132. 

Willis, Christiana, 131 ; Henry, 142 ; John, 142 ; 
John Henry, 142; Mary Esther, 142; Rev. Robert 
"Frederick, 85; William, 131. 

Willoughby de Broke, Georgiana Jane, Baroness, 39, 
40 ; Geraldine, Baroness, 38 ; Colonel Henry, loth 
Baron, 38 ; Henry Peyto, 8th Baron, 39 ; John 
Peyto, 6th Baron, 38 ; Louisa, Baroness, 38 ; 
Robert John, 9th Baron, 39. 

Willson, Rev. Vere Francis, 30. 

Willyams, Edward William Brydges, 82 ; Ellen 
Frances, 82; Humphrey, 82; Jane, 82. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, Rev. Hervey, 82. 

Wilson, Elizabeth, 158; Jane, 105; Joanna Beatrice, 
117; John, 105, 117; Margaret, 58; Margaretta 
Elizabeth, I ; Mary, 105 ; PhiUppa, 146 ; Robert, 
58; Sophia, 124; Thomas, 124; .Sir Thomas 
Spencer, 6th Bart., I ; see also Carus-Wilson. 

Wilton, Lady Margaret, Countess of, 157 ; Rev. 
Richard, 134 ; Thomas Grosvenor, 2nd Earl of, 

Wimpory, Arria, 85 ; William, 85. 

Windsor, Lady Elizabeth, 38 ; Other Lewis, 4th Earl 

of Plymouth, 38. 
Wingfield, Baron, see Powerscourt. 
Winks, Rev. William E., 20. 
Wintour, Cordelia, 130; Rev. Fitzgerald, 130, 131 ; 

Jane Elizabeth, 130. 
Wisden, Ann, 121 ; Ann Baley, 32; Charles, 121 ; 

Eliza, 121; Emma, 32; Thomas, 32; Thomas 

Faulconer, 32; William, 121. 
Wise, Ayshford, 43 ; Mrs. Ayshford, 43 ; Admiral 

Charles, 43 ; Lucy Ayshford, 43 ; Lucy Mary, 

43- 

Wither, see Bigg-Wither. 

Wolcott, Anne Eleanor, 112; John, 112; John 
Marwood, 112. 

Wolseley, Field Marshal, Viscount, 160. 

Wolton, Amanda, 128; Amelia, 128; Anne, 127 ; 
Annie Maria, 127 ; Barbara Geraldine, 128 ; 
Catharine, 128; Catharine Florence, 128; Cordy 
Samuel, 127 ; Deborah, 127, 128 ; Edith Deborah, 
128; Ellen, 128; Ellen Gertrude, 128; Eric 
Donald, 127; Eva Maude, 128; Georgina Fanny, 
128 ; Herman, 128 ; Hilda, 127 ; Horace, 127, 
128; Hubert Cordy, 127; Hugh Roberts, 128; 
John, 127 ; Joyce Elizabeth, 128 ; Judith Ann, 
128; Kathleen, 127; Lucy, 127; Margaret, 127; 
Mary Amanda, 127; Owen Biddell, 127; Richard 
Nigel, 128; Samuel, 127; Sarah, 128; Sophia, 
34, 128; Sybil, 127; Wilfrid Roy, 127 ; William, 
34; William Roberts, 127, 128. 

Wood, Christina, 83 ; Mary Leontine, 83 ; Sir 
Richard, 83. 

Woodcock, Margaret, 17; Thomas, 17. 

Wooldridge, Johanna, 63 ; Katherine Horton Seafield, 
63 ; Theophilus Arthur, 63 ; Thomas, 63. 

Woolls, Alice Fleetwood, 10; Charlotte, 10; Edward, 
10; Rev. John Aubrey, 10. 

Wootton, Annie, 105. 

Worcester, Rt. Rev. John James Stewart Perowne, 
Bishop of, 55 ; Rt. Rev. Henry Philpotts, Bishop 

of, 55- 
Wren, Farren, loi ; Mary Elizabeth, loi. 
Wright, Elizabeth, 6 ; Rev. George Howard, 163 ; 

Rev. Thomas Russell, 131. 
Wrightson, Harriet, 165; William Battie, 165. 
Wrinch, Alfred, 114; Alice Jane, 114; Annabel 

Edith, 115; Arthur, 115; Charles 1 14; Charles 

Edward, 115; Charlotte, 115; Constance Mary 



188 



115; Donald James, 115; Edith, 115; Edwin 
Percy, 115; Eliza, 113; Elizabeth, 113, 114; 
Ellen, 115; Emily, 115; Emma, 113; Emma 
Amy, 115; Ethel Mary, 115; Evelyn, 115; Frank 
Sidney, 114; Georgina Elizabeth, 113; Hannah, 
113; Henry, 113; Horace Cooper, 114; Hubert 
Godfrey, 114; Jane, 114; John Alfred, 114; 
Kate Beatrice, 114; Leonard, 113, 115; Leonard 
Edward, 113; Leonard George, 114; Mabel, 115; 
Marion Agnes, 113; Marjorie Enid, 114; Mary 
Evelyn, 114; Matilda, 114; OUve Beatrice, 114; 
Orlando, 114; Robert, 113; Robert Charles, 115; 
Rosa, 114; Sarah Elizabeth, 114, 1 15; Stanley, 
115; Sydney Walter, 115; Walter, 115; Walter 
Godfrey, 114; Warwick, 114; William Henry, 
113, 115; William Leonard, 113; William Samuel, 
115. 



Wrixon-Becher, Elizabeth, 167 ; Florence Elizabeth 
Hannah, 167 ; Sir Henry, 2nd Bart., 167 ; Sir 
William, 1st Bart., 167. 

Wyhrants, Rev. Richard, 85 ; Sarah, 85. 

Wynne, Charles Wynne Griffith, 104 ; Sarah Louisa, 
104. 



Yarborough, Charles Anderson Worsley, 2nd Earl of, 

19- 
Yeld, Rev. Charles, 135. 
Yorke, Elizabeth, 82 ; Lucy Penelope, 82 ; Pierce 

Wynne, 82. 
Young, Anna, 3; Rev. Capel, 138; Edward Gordon, 

138; Henry, 138; Isabella Maude, 138; Rev. 

James Gavin, 2, 3; Mary Forbes, 3; Rev. Peter, 3. 



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atitittion0 antJ Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



AMPHLETT. Vol. 3, page 157.— 
Edward Greenhill Amphlett, now of 

3 Union Place, Worthing, co. Sussex, 
was appointed J.P. for that county 

4 October 1900. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 17.— The 
Rev. Frederick Fawkes died at Farnley, 
CO. York, aged 66, on Saturday, 3 
February, buried there 6 February 1900. 
Will dated 12 July 1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 2, 1900) 2 June 1900, by Ellen 
Mary Fawkes, the relict, and Frederick 
Hawksworth Fawkes, the Executors. 

Susan Alice, widow of Major Edward 
Levett, died at Pau, France, on Wed- 
nesday, 4 April, buried at Rowsley, co. 
Derby, 10 April 1900. 

Major Edward Levett died at 2 Place 
Duplaa, Pau, France, aged 67, on 
Thursday, 28 December 1899, buried at 
Rowsley, co. Derby, 4 January 1900. 
Will dated 3 May 1887, with codicil 
dated 7 February 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 30, 1900) 13 March 1900, by the 
Hon'^'^ Cecil Thomas Parker and Francis 
Holdsworth Hunt, the Executors. 

ASSHETON. Vol. i, page 71 {and Ad- 
denda, Vol. 6, page i.) — Ralph Cockayne 
and Mildred Estelle Sybella Assheton 
{see Pedigree of Master, Vol. 6, page 143) 
have issue a daughter, Dorothy Winifred, 
born at Hall Foot, Worston, near 
Chtheroe, co. Lancaster, 7 August, 
baptised at St. Leonard's, Down^im, co. 
Lancaster, 5 September 1899. 

Page 72. — Richard and Frances 
Annette Ellen Assheton have issue a 
son, Richard Thomas Assheton, born 
at Birnam, Cambridge, on Wednesday, 
4 July, baptised at St. Botolph's, Cam- 
bridge, 31 July 1894. 

ATTREE. Vol. I, page 153. — Frederick 
William Town Attree, F.S.A., was pro- 
moted Lieut-Colonel Royal Engineers 
1 January 1900. 

Page 154. — Alfred Augustus Town 
Attree died at Springfield House, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, aged 42, on Friday, 



ATTREE, continued. 

22 December, buried in Ditchling 
Churchyard, co. Sussex, 24 December 
1899. M.L Administration was granted 
at the Principal Registry 18 June 1900, 
to Frederick William Town Attree of 
Quetta, India, a Major in H.M. Royal 
Engineers, the brother, one of the next 
of kin. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 244.— Henry 
Charles Bacchus died at Vicarsgate, 
Gainford, co. Durham, aged 33, on Tues- 
day, I January, buried in the churchyard 
of St. Cuthbert's Catholic Church, 
Gainford, on Friday, 4 January 1901. 

BACK. Vol. 6, page 118.— William Henry 
and Marion Edith Back have further 
issue a daughter, Irene Patricia, born at 
Hum House, Hethersett, co. Norfolk, 
on Saturday, 17 March 1900. 

Page 119 {a7id Addenda, Vol. 7, page i.) 
Walter Herbert and Florence Maud 
Back have further issue a daughter, 
Beryl Mary Lempriere, born at Tuffley, 
Southtown, Great Yarmouth, co. Nor- 
folk, on Wednesday, 24 October 1900, 
baptised at Hethersett, co. Norfolk, 
6 January 1901. 

Page 125. — Philip Back died at Eaton, 
CO. Norfolk, 5 August, buried at St. 
Andrew's, Eaton, 9 August 1900. 

Page 126. — Martha, widow of the 
Rev. William Bowles, died at Norwich 
27 March, and was buried beside her 
husband at Hevingham, co. Norfolk, 
31 March 1900. 

BAGSHAWE. Vol. i, page 143.— Ellen 
Elizabeth, wife of Major Charles Yel- 
verton Balguy, died at her residence, St. 
Hilda's, Avenue Victoria, Scarborough, 
CO. York, aged 63, on Friday, 29 
December 1899, buried at Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, CO. Derby, 3 January 1900. 

Major Charles Yelverton Balguy died 
at his residence, Fairfax House, Hamp- 
ton Hill, CO. Middlesex, aged 73, on 
Monday, 29 October, buried at Hazle- 
wood, CO. Derby, i November 1900. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



BAILEY. Vol. 7, page 49. — Louisa 
Lawrence, 2nd wife of the Rev. James 
Sandford Bailey, was buried in the Extra 
Mural Cemetery, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
28 October 1899. 

BAINBRIGGE. Vol. i, page 212.— 
Margaret Jane, widow of Major-General 
Philip John Bainbrigge, died at 20 
Campden Grove, Kensington, London, 
aged 77, on Sunday evening, 26 Novem- 
ber 1899. Administration was granted 
at the Principal Registry 22 December 

1899, to the Rev. Philip Thomas 
Bainbrigge of St. Thomas' Parsonage, 
King Street, Regent Street, co. Mid- 
dlesex, the son, and one of the next 
of kin. 

BAKER. Vol. 7, page 157.— Michael 
Granville Lloyd and the Hon''''= Blanche 
Verney Baker have issue a daughter, 
Hilda Blanche Lloyd, born at The 
Cottage, Hardwicke, co. Gloucester, on 
Saturday, 2 June, baptised at Hardwicke 
17 July 1900. 

BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 24.— 
Margaret, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
Sabine Baring-Gould, was married at 
Lew Trenchard, co. Devon, 14 July 

1900, to Philip Davie Rowe of Lamerton, 
CO. Devon, son of William Wevill Rowe 
of Great Haze, Lamerton ; born 10 
January 1854. 

BARKER. Vol. 4, page 4. — Sarah 
Rebecca, widow of Joseph Hurton 
Barker, died at St. German's Hall, co. 
Norfolk, on Tuesday, 12 December, 
buried at Holbeach, co. Lincoln, 18 
December 1899. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 24 
March 1900, to Joseph Hurton Aveling 
Barker of The Hall, Wiggenhall St. 
German, co. Norfolk, the son, one of 
the next of kin. 

BARTLETT. Vol. i, page 66.— Mary 
Beatrice, eldest daughter of William 
Bartlett of Highfield House, Knotty 
Ash, Liverpool, was married at St. John 
the Evangelist's, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, 
on Thursday, 19 July 1900, to Harold 
Evers-Swindell, eldest son of James 
Swindell Evers-Swindell of Stourbridge, 
in the parish of Old Swinford, co. 
Worcester, J. P.; born 21 September, 
baptised at Old Sv.'inford 28 November 
1866; of Queen's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1887. 



BARTLETT. Vol. 6, page 27.— Thomas 
Charles and Katharine Bartlett have 
issue a son, Thomas Stanley Bartlett, 
born at Sherborne, co. Dorset, 8 February, 
baptised privately 2 1 February, and re- 
ceived into the church at Sherborne 
Abbey 20 April 1900. 

Katharine, wife of Thomas Charles 
Bartlett, died at Sherborne 19 February, 
buried there 22 February 1900. 

Page 29. — Burton Oakley Bartlett 
was married at Rosario de Santa Fe, 
Argentine Republic, South America, 18 
July 1900, to Violet Evelyn, daughter of 
Frederick Charles Newte of Hammer- 
smith, CO. Middlesex. 

The Rev. Richard Grosvenor Bartelot, 
now of Church House, Salisbury, was 
admitted Missioner of St. Andrew's 
Society, 30 November 1900, in Salisbury 
Cathedral. 

Page 31. — Alice Hyde, younger 
daughter of Edward Phelips IBartlett, 
was married at St. Peter's, Bayswater, 
London, on Wednesday, 25 July 1900, 
to the Rev. Harry Joseph Wrigley, son 
of Joseph Wrigley of 25 Kensington 
Park Gardens, London; born 8 August 
i86g; M.A. of Manitoba University; 
Curate of St. Anne's, New Sowerby, 
Grantham, co. Lincoln, since 1900. 

BEARE. Vol. 6, page 39. — Louisa, wife 
of William Woodthorpe Beare, died at 
Woodthorpe, Atkins Road, Clapham 
Park, CO. Surrey, aged 87, on Sunday, 
21 January, buried in Norwood Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 25 January 1900. 

BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 138.— Henry 
Jeaffreson Bentley died at 99 Cazenove 
Road, Stoke Newington, London, aged 
42, on Thursday, 5 April, buried in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 9 April 
1900. Will dated 3 June 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 107, 1900) 31 August 1900, 
by Henry George Walter Haynes, the 
sole Executor. 

Page \^o (and Addenda, Vol. J, page i.) 
The Rev. Frederick William and Mary 
Bentley have further issue a son, Roger 
Bentley, born at the Chaplain's House, 
Queen's Crescent, Haverstock Hill, 
London, 10 May, baptised in the Chapel 
of St. John the Evangelist's (Tailors' 
Benevolent Institution), Queen's Cres- 
cent, Haverstock Hill, on Friday, 13 
July 1900. 

BIDDELL. Vol. 3, page 99.— William 
Biddell died at Lavenham, co. Suffolk, 
aged 75, on Thursday, 25 October, 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



Ill 



BIDDELL, continued. 

buried at Hawstead, co. Suffolk, 30 
October 1900. Will dated 29 March 
1S98, with codicil dated 25 October 
1900, proved at Bury St. Edmunds 18 
December 1900, by Bertha Taylor, wife 
of the Rev. Henry Taylor, John Lyall 
Biddelland Henry Taylor, the Executors. 
Bertha, only surviving child of William 
Biddell, was married at Lavenham on 
Wednesday, 25 April 1900, to the Rev. 
Henry Taylor, 3rd son of Edward 
Taylor of Stockport, co. Chester, and of 
67 Tollington Park, London ; born 5 
September, baptised at the Church of 
the Ascension, Lower Broughton, co. 
Lancaster, i October 1871; of Gonville 
and Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1897, M.A. 1901; Curate of Lavenham. 

BLAYDES. Vol. i, page 54.— Charles 
Benjamin Blaydes baptised at Babworth, 
CO. Nottingham, 20 April 181 2. 

Page 55. — Henrietta Christina Blaydes 
baptised at Babworth 22 March 1809 ; 
Emmeline Sophia Blaydes baptised at 
Babworth 4 June 1815; Harriet Eliza- 
beth Blaydes baptised at St. Olave's, 
Mary Gate, York, 6 April 1805. 

BLOOM. Vol. I, page 211. — Henry 
Hopkins died at Worthing Lodge, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, on Monday, 26 
November, buried at Castleacre, co. 
Norfolk, 4 December 1900. Will dated 
4 November 1900, proved in the 
Principal Registry 21 March 1901, by 
Augusta Frederica Hopkins, the rehct, 
the sole Executrix. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 122.— 
Robert St. John Boddington died at 
2 St. James' Road, Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, aged 47, on Friday, 2 Novem- 
ber, buried in Tunbridge Wells Cemetery 
6 November 1900. 

Page \2d,{a7id Addenda, Vol. 6, page it. ) 
Reginald HughSt. Johnand Edith Emilie 
Boddington have further issue two sons, 
Francis Henry Hugh Boddington, bap- 
tised at St. Mary Magdalene's, Mayne 
Island, British Columbia, 22 January 
1899, and Reginald Arthur Boddington, 
born 20 July, baptised at Nelson, 
British Columbia, 3 August 1900. 

BOGGIS-ROLFE. Vol. 7, page 120.— 
Edward Francis Boggis-Rolfe was 
appointed one of H.M. Inspectors of 
Factories 21 December 1899. 

BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 152.— The Rev. 
George Drinkwater Bourne died sud- 
denly on Thursday, 31 January 1901. 



BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 5.— Margaret 
Sophia Bowring was buried at Ranmore 
[not Denbies], co. Surrey. 

Page 6. — Maria Lewin, eldest daughter 
of Sir John Bowring, died at 11 
Cavendish Square, London, on Monday, 
4 December 1899. Will dated 31 
December i88r, with two codicils dated 
respectively 27 February 1884 and 28 
October 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 174, 
1900) 12 January 1900, by Oswin John 
Charlton, the Executor. 

BRADNEY. Vol. i, page i.— Edgar 
Joachim Bradney was married at the 
Oratory, Brompton, London, on Thurs- 
day, 22 February 1900, to Margaret, 
daughter of Thomas Marriott-Dodington 
of Horsington House, co. Somerset, 
Sheriff for co. Somerset 1887. 

BRINE. Vol. 4, page 18. — Caroline Alicia, 
daughter of Vice- Admiral George Brine, 
died at Beechgrove, Honiton, co. Devon, 
aged 58, on Sunday, 13 January 1901. 

The Rev. James Edward Bouverie 
and Louisa Florence Brine have issue a 
daughter, Norah Bouverie, born at 
Newera Eliya, Ceylon, 6 February 1900, 
and baptised there. 

Page 22. — Lieutenant Robert Walter 
Maxwell Brine was killed in action 
at Belmont, South Africa, in his 25th 
year, on Thursday, 23 November 1899, 
having previously obtained medal and 
clasp for Egyptian Campaign and Battle 
of Omdurman. 

BRITTON. Vol. 2, page 78.— Arthur 
Henry Daniel Britton, Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion Royal DubHn Fusiliers, was 
married at Emmanuel Church, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 19 
September 1900, to Mary Maud, 3rd 
daughter of Edward Acraman Greenslade 
of Cam Brea, Apsley Road, Clifton. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 76.— The Rev. 
William Ingham and Beatrice Harriet 
Brooke have further issue a daughter, 
Yda Joyce, born at Holy Trinity 
Vicarage, Halifax, co. York, on Wed- 
nesday, 6 February, baptised at Holy 
Trinity, Halifax, on Sunday, 17 March 
1 90 1. The Rev. William Ingham 
Brooke, who was a Non-Collegiate of 
Oxford, matriculated 23 October 1S80, 
aged 18, migrated to Exeter College 22 
April i88r, B.A. and M.A. 1887; a 
Student of the Inner Temple 18S3, 
Vicar of Sibton, co. Suffolk, 1896-98, 
and of Holy Trinity, Halifax, since 
1898 ; Diocesan Inspector of Schools 
for the Diocese of Norvvich since 189S. 



IV 



ADDITIONS (V CORRECTIONS. 



BUSH. Vol. 6, page 76. — James Graham 
Bush was married 2ndly, at St. John the 
Baptist's, Frenchay, co. Gloucester (by 
the Rev. Canon Bush, Rector of Duloe, 
CO. Cornwall, assisted by the Rev. 
William Brooke, the Rector), on 
Tuesday, 14 November 1899, to Esther 
Hastings, youngest daughter of Major 
Ashton Cromwell Warner, late of the 
20th Hussars and Chief Constable for 
CO. Bedford. 

Captain Paul Warner Bush, R.N., who 
is now in command of H.M.S. "St. 
George," was married at Holme Parish 
Church, CO. Dorset, on Tuesday, 18 
September 1900, to Rachel Adela, 
daughter of Nathaniel Bond of Creech 
Grange, co. Dorset, J. P., by Lady Selina 
his wife. 

Page 77. — The Rev. Bei-nard George 
Richard Hale has resigned the Rectory 
of Patterdale, co. Cumberland, and is 
now Vicar of Edenhall-cum-Langwathby, 
CO. Cumberland. 

Page 77 {and Addenda, page ii.) — 
Robert and Beatrice Irene Bush have 
issue a son, John Ashton Bush, born 30 
November, baptised at St. Catherine's, 
Abercromby Square, Liverpool, 11 
January 1900. 

John Bush is now a Lieutenant in 
the Royal Marine Light Infantry at 
Chatham. 

The Rev. Herbert Cromwell Bush 
was appointed Chaplain of St. Nicholas' 
Hospital, Salisbury, 11 December 1900. 

CARR. Vol. 7, page 127. — Reginald 
Childers Culling Carr was appointed 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 
1899. 

Hubert William Culling Carr-Gomm 
of Oriel College, Oxford, took his B.A. 
15 November 1900. 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 161.— 
John Ralph Stockley Carr-Ellison of 
Greenriver, Hawick, co. Roxburgh, was 
married at St. Martin's, Hawksburn, 
Melbourne, Australia, on Monday, 19 
March 1900, to Alice Ursula, only 
daughter of Frederick Andrew Lang of 
Toorak, Melbourne, by Alice Rishton 
his wife, daughter of Edward Catterall 
of Preston, co. Lancaster; born 2 Feb- 
ruary baptised at Melbourne 10 March 
1880. 

Violet Caroline, 2nd daughter of John 
Ralph Carr-Ellison, was married at 
Eglingham, co. Northumberland, as his 
2nd wife, on Wednesday, 5 September 



CARR-ELLISON, continued. 

1900, to the Rev. Oliver Warner Darling 
of Uford, CO. Essex, 2nd surviving son 
of Richard Sisson Darling of Trinidad, 
West Indies, by Katharine his wife, 
daughter of Captain Oliver William 
Span; born 16 December 1851, baptised 
at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Trinidad, 
January 1852 ; educated at Clifton and 
at St. John's Hall, Highbury, London. 

Page 162. — Eliza, widow of Canon 
Henry Byne Carr, died at Exmouth, co. 
Devon, in her 88th year, on Thursday, 
31 January 1901. 

CASS. Vol. I, page 114. — Claude William 
Culley Cass, Captain Shropshire Light 
Infantry (53rd Regiment), died at Poona, 
India, on Thursday, 8 March 1900. 
Will dated 20 July 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 17, 1900) 14 June 1900, by the 
Rev. Frederick Charles Guise Cass and 
Gertrude Margaret Carew Cass, spinster, 
the Executors. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 44. — Rosina, wife 
of Alfred Darley Castle, died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on Friday, 6 April, buried in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 10 
April 1900. 

Sidney and Katherine Cornforth Castle 
have further issue a daughter, Evelyn 
Batho, born at i Glenluce Road, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 25 
April, baptised at St. George's, West- 
combe Park, CO. Kent, 17 August 1900. 

Philip and Jessie Maud May Castle 
have further issue a son. Miles Hardy 
Castle, born at Fallowfield, Cranes Park, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 30 
December 1899, baptised at St. Mark's, 
Surbiton, 10 March 1900. 

CATLIN. Vol. 6, page 33. — Agnes, wife 
of the Rev. Thomas Robinson, died at 
Ewshot Hurst, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
18 November, buried at Ewshot on 
Wednesday, 22 November 1899. 

CATOR. Vol. 5, page 56. — Lieut.-Colonel 
Thomas William Cator died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, aged 70, on Sunday, 14 
January, buried in Bathwick Church 
Cemetery 17 January 1900. Will dated 
25 March 1889, with two codicils dated 
respectively 14 July 1896 and 12 
January 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 37, 
igoo) 31 March 1900, by Jane Louisa 
Cator, the relict, and the Rev. William 
Lumley Bertie Cator, the brother, the 
Executors. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



CAVAN. Vol. I, page 233. — Frederick 
Edward Gould Lambart, 9th Earl of 
Cavan, died at Wheathampstead House, 
CO. Hertford, aged 60, on Saturday, 14 
July, buried at Ayot St. Lawrence, co. 
Hertford, on Wednesday, 18 July 1900. 
Will dated 4 March 1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 28, 1900) 30 August 1900, by 
Mary Sneade, Countess of Cavan, the 
sole Executrix. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 63. — John Homer 
Chance died at Smedley's Hydropathic 
Establishment, Matlock, co. Derby, in 
his 74th year, on Thursday, 15 Novem- 
ber, buried in Warstone Lane Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 19 November 1900. 

Page 65. — -James Timmins Chance 
was created a Baronet by Letters Patent 
dated 19 June 1900. 

Page 68. — Katherine Mary, youngest 
daughter of Edward Chance, was married 
at St. Andrew's, Malvern, co. Worcester, 
on Tuesday, 18 September 1900, to the 
Rev. John Graham Barrow, 7th son 
of the Rev. Richard James Barrow ; 
born at Clareborough, co. Nottingham ; 
Non-Collegiate of Oxford, matriculated 
21 January 1882, B.A. from St. Edmund 
Hall 1887, M.A. 1890; Curate-in-Charge 
of St. Andrew's, Malvern, since 1900. 

Page 69. — Henry Chance died at 
Thornbridge, Leamington, co. Warwick, 
in his 73rd year, on Monday, 7 January, 
buried at Lillington, co. Warwick, 10 
January 1901. 

Edward Ferguson and Eliza Gertrude 
Chance, now of Sandford Park, Steeple 
Aston, CO. Oxford, have further issue a 
son, Edwin Selby Ferguson Chance, 
born at Clent Grange, co. Worcester, on 
Saturday, 3 February, baptised at Clent 
4 March 1900. 

Joseph Selby and Helen Augusta 
Chance have further issue a son, Richard 
Selby Chance, born at Cardew Lodge, 
near Carlisle, on Saturday, 18 August, 
baptised at St. John's, Cumdivock, co. 
Cumberland, 22 September 1900. 

Page 7 1 . — Alexander Macomb Chance, 
eldest son of Alexander Macomb Chance, 
was married at St. Saviour's, Paddington, 
London, on Wednesday, 18 July 1900, 
to Frida, eldest daughter of Sir Frederick 
Dickson, K.C.M.G. 
COLBY. Vol. I, page 4.— The Rev. 
Frederick Thomas Colby, D.D., died 
s.p. at 9 Hillsborough Terrace, Ilfra- 
combe, co. Devon, aged 72, on Monday, 
27 November, buried at Great Tor- 
rington, co. Devon, 2 December 1899. 



COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 115.— Emily 
Jane, daughter of the Rev. John 
Ferdinando Collins, died at Ordsall, 
Cobham, co. Surrey, on Monday, 29 
January, buried at East Lockinge, co. 
Berks, on Friday, 2 February 1900. 

William Lorenzo Collins died at 
Leopold House, Reading, co. Berks, in 
his 27 th year, on Tuesday, 15 January, 
buried at St. George's, Tilehurst, co. 
Berks, on Friday, 18 January 1901. 

COLYER-FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, page 
128. — Thomas Colyer and Beatrice 
Stanley Colyer-Fergusson have further 
issue a daughter, Phillis Katherine St. 
Leger, born at 47 Gloucester Square, 
Hyde Park, London, on Wednesday, 18 
April, baptised in the private chapel at 
Ightham Mote, co. Kent, 11 July 1900. 
The Rt. Hon^'^ Friedrich Max 
Miiller, P.C, K.M., died at 7 Norham 
Gardens, Oxford, in his 77 th year, on 
Sunday, 28 October, buried in Holywell 
Cemetery, Oxford, i November 1900. 
Will dated 3 December 1895, with 
codicil dated 15 October 1900, proved 
in the Principal Registry 18 January 
1 90 1, by Georgina Adelaide Max Miiller, 
the relict, and Thomas Colyer Colyer- 
Fergusson, the Executors. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 148.— Eleanor 
Margaret (Biddie), 3rd daughter of 
Thomas Comber, was married at St. 
John's, Chester, on Tuesday, 3 July 
1900, to Arthur Norman Hill of Man- 
chester, 4th son of Thomas Gray Hill 
of Manchester and of 10 Barkston 
Mansions, London, by Elizabeth his 
wife, 2nd daughter of Francis Dickson 
of Upton, CO. Chester; bom at Beech- 
wood, Prestwich, co. Lancaster, 24 
January 1866. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 19 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 7, page in.) — John Melvill and Ruth 
Caroline Coode have issue a son, John 
Coode, born at Jubbalpore, Central Pro- 
vince, India, on Sunday, 7 January 1900. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 131.— Araminta 
Erskine, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Turner Cookson, died at Purland 
Chase, Ross, co. Hereford, on Friday, 
8 February, buried in Walford-on-^Vye 
Churchyard, Hereford, 1 2 February 1901. 
Page 133. — Ethel Maud, eldest daugh- 
ter of Samuel Cookson of Stafford, M.D., 
was married at St. Paul's, Forebridge, co. 
Stafford, on Thursday, 8 March 1900, 
to Archibald Ross Colquhoun, F.R.G.S., 
Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. 



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ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



COOKSON, continued. 

Page 134. — Albert Nesfield Cookson, 
M.R.C.S., died at Nuneaton, co. 
Warwick, 6 January, buried there 10 
January 1901. 

Octavius Alfred Cookson died at 
Leamington, co. Warwick, 27 December 
1899, buried there i January 1900. 

Page 135. — Walter Stephen Cookson 
died at Ballanto, Victoria, Australia, 10 
July 1900, and buried there. 

COWPER-ESSEX. Vol. 6, page 12.— 
John Spencer Price of 4 Augusta Gar- 
dens, Folkestone, co. Kent, was married 
4 May 1 88 1 \>wt 1882]. He died in 
London, aged 72, on Thursday, 29 
November 1900. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35. — Captain 
Algernon Tudor Craig was appointed 
Adjutant 8th Provisional Battalion at 
Belfast 16 February 1901. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 4, page it.) — The Rev. 
Gibbs Payne and the Hon"^ Edith Ellen 
Louisa Crawfurd have issue a daughter, 
Mary Edburga, born at the Vicarage, 
Bicester, co. Oxford, on All Saints' Day, 
I November, baptised at St. Edburg's, 
Bicester, 9 December 1900. 

Page 9 (and Addenda, Vol. 6, page iv.) 
Raymond Henry Payne and Ethelberta 
Ormrod Crawfurd have issue a son, 
Stephen Crawfurd, born at 71 Harley 
Street, London, on Thursday, 21 De- 
cember 1899, baptised at St. Swithun's, 
East Grinstead, co. Sussex, 25 February 
1900. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120.— Edmund 
William Cripps died at Ampney Park, 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, in his 57th 
year, on Friday, 1 5 December, buried in 
Ampney Crucis Cemetery 20 December 

1899. Will dated 6 July 1898, proved 
in the Principal Registry 15 March 1900, 
by Wilfred Joseph Cripps, Philip James 
Digby Wykeham and Arthur Cecil 
Curtis Hayward, three of the Executors. 

Walter Mainwaring Cripps died at 
Bam wood, co. Gloucester, aged 56, on 
Thursday, 18 October, buried in the 
cemetery at Cirencester 22 October 

1900. Administration was granted at 
the Principal Registry i December 1900, 
to Wilfred Joseph Cripps of Cirencester, 
CO. Gloucester, the only surviving brother, 
and next of kin. 



CRIPPS, continued. 

Page 120 (and Addenda, Vol. 6, page 
w.) — Frederick William Beresford and 
Constance Agnes Cripps have issue a 
son, Joseph William Wykeham Cripps, 
born at Cirencester on Saturday, 13 
October, baptised at the parish church, 
Cirencester, 18 November 1900. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 76. — Mary 
Howard, wife of Percy Rowland Cripps, 
died at Winford Manor, co. Somerset, 
aged 39, on Wednesday, 30 May, buried 
at Winford 2 June 1900. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 23. — The Rev. Walter 
Robert Capel Cure, Curate of Margate, 
CO. Kent, was married at St. Luke's, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
4 September 1900, to Mary Lorenza, 
daughter of Algernon Dauglish of 45 
The Avenue, Kew Gardens, co. Surrey. 
Page 24. — Frederick Capel Cure, 5th 
son of the Rev. Laurence George Capel 
Cure, died at Lochlee, Bedford Hill, 
Balham, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 17 
January, buried at Abbess Roothing, 
CO. Essex, 22 January 1901. 

Page 24 (and Addenda, Vol. J, 
page H.)— Frederick Capel and Emma 
Louisa Cure have issue a son, Alfred 
Frederick Monie Capel Cure, born at 
19 Berners Street, London, on Thursday, 
26 March, baptised at St. John the 
Evangelist's, Red Lion Square, Holborn, 
London, 17 May 1896 ; and a daughter, 
Kathleen Augusta Chenie Capel, born at 
Lochlee, Bedford Hill, Balham, onFriday, 
15 June, baptised at St. Leonard's, 
Streathara, co. Surrey, 16 August 1900. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I, page 175 (and Ad- 
denda, Vol. y, page Hi.) — Brian Leonard 
Curtois (son of Arthur Curtois) died at 
The Grove, Nettleham Road, Lincoln, 
II February, buried in Branston Ceme- 
tery, CO. Lincoln, 14 February 1900. 

DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 117. — Professor 
George Howard and Martha Haskins 
(Maud) Darwin had further issue a son, 
born at Newnham Grange, Cambridge, 
on Thursday, 30 November, died there 
5 December 1899. 

Page 118. — Major Leonard Darwin 
was married 2ndly at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 29 
November 1900, to Charlotte Mildred 
Massingberd, eldest daughter of Edmund 
Langton of Gunby Hall, co. Lincoln, by 
Lena Emily (Massingberd) his wife, who 
subsequently resumed her maiden name; 
born 7 March 1868. 



ADDITIONS (r CORRECTIONS. 



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DENDY. Vol. 7, page 71. — Robert 
Arthur and Constance Mary Dendy 
have issue a son, Ronald John Robert 
Dendy, born at Southover, East Grin- 
stead, CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 14 
November, baptised 18 December 1900. 

DEW. Vol. 1, page 282.— Mary Elizabeth, 
wife of the Rev. Henry Dew, died at 
Whitney Rectory, co. Hereford, in her 
79th year, on Saturday, 30 June, buried 
at Whitney 5 July 1900. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 141.— In ist 
line, column 3, read Louisa, daughter 
of the Rev. Edmund Henry \Tiot Rev. 
Edward H.] Penny. 

Page 144. — Lucy Ann Dicken died 
at Downside Lodge, Chilcompton, co. 
Somerset, 2 November, buried at Christ 
Church, Downside, co. Somerset, 4 
November 1899. 

DICKINSON. Vol. I, page 294.— The 
Rev. Frederick Binley Dickinson was 
appointed J. P. for co. Devon 4 May 
1900. 

Page 295. — Frances Mary, 2nd wife 
of Charles Sampson Dickinson, died at 
Baumber Vicarage, co. Lincoln, aged 
66, 30 January, buried at Old Boling- 
broke, co. Lincoln, 2 February 1901. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148.— Captain 
Chambers Didham was married at St. 
Giles', West Bridgford, co. Nottingham, 
on Wednesday, 5 December 1900, to 
Constance Violet, 2nd daughter of 
Albert Heymann of West Bridgford 
Hall, J. P. and D.L. for co. Nottingham, 
by Mary his wife, elder daughter of 
Henry Anderson of York; born at 
West Bridgford Hall 28 October 1877, 
baptised at West Bridgford 6 January 
1^78. 

DOWDESWELL. Vol. 7, page 80.— 
Amelia Letitia, widow of William Dow- 
deswell of Pull Court, co. Worcester, 
died at Pull Court, aged 88, on Wednes- 
day, 24 January, buried at Bushley, co. 
Worcester, on Monday, 29 January 1900. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 75.— Adam 
Norman Dugdale was married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 5 December 1899, to Margaret 
Pusey, widow of John B. Miller of 
Llandaff, co. Glamorgan, and daughter 
of Daniel Rees of Sully House, co. 
Glamorgan. 



DUGDALE, Vol. 4, page 14.— Annie, 
widow of Adam Dugdale, died at Beech 
House, Bacup, co. Lancaster, in her 72nd 
year, on Monday, 12 February 1900. 
Administration was granted at the Princi- 
pal Registry 10 March 1900, to William 
Ernest Sutcliffe of Beech House, Bacup, 
CO. Lancaster, the nephew, and one of 
the next of kin. 

EASTWOOD. Vol. 5, page 158 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 6, page iv.) — Harry Arnold 
and Hilda Eastwood have further issue 
a daughter, Margaret Brooke, born at 
Thorpe House, Almondbury, Hudders- 
field, CO. York, on Friday, 23 November 
1900, baptised at Almondbury 13 
January 1901. 

EDWARDS. Vol. i, page 257.— George 
Cordy Edwards died, in his Sist year, 
on Wednesday, 6 June, buried in 
Felixstowe Churchyard, co. Suffolk, on 
Monday, 11 June 1900. Will dated 
26 May 1894, with codicil dated 27 
August 1894, proved at Ipswich 11 
August 1900, by Dora Zillah Edwards 
and Alan Turner, the Executors. 

Page 258. — Henry Charles Edwards 
was married 2ndly at St. Saviour's, 
Tollington Park, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 22 November 1900, to 
Sally Gw}'n, 4th daughter of William 
Edward Dewing of Leiston Hall, co. 
Suffolk. 

Henr)' John Edwards was elected 
Fellow and Lecturer of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, 30 October 1899, Dean and 
Assistant Tutor 29 October 1900. 

Page 260. — Anne, widow of Jonathan 
Hart, died at Framlingham, co. Suffolk, 
on Monday, 5 February, buried in the 
cemetery at Framlingham 8 February 
1900. 

Page 261. — Frances Elizabeth, widow 
of Lewis Frederick Edwards, died at 
Mitcham Lodge, Bedford, aged 68, on 
Sunday, 24 Februar>', buried in Mitcham 
Churchyard 27 February 1901. 

Frances, 3rd daughter of William 
Edwards, died at Framlingham on Satur- 
day, 3 February, buried in the cemetery 
at Framlingham 6 February 1900. 



EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page V.) — Laming Worthington 
and Gertrude Annie Evans have issue a 
daughter, Rosemary Eleanora Worthing- 
ton, born at 4F Hyde Park Mansions, 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



EVANS, continued. 

London, on Wednesday, 13 June, 
baptised at St. Mark's, Marylebone 
Road, London, 15 July 1900. 

Page 94. — Alfred Bickerton and 
Agnes Reid Evans have further issue a 
son, Arthur Cassils Evans, born at 
Montreal, Canada, 26 August, baptised 
there 26 November 1900. 

Page 94 {and Addenda, Vol. 5, page iv.) 
Arthur Ernest and Agnes Louisa Evans 
have further issue a son, Edward St. 
John Stanley Evans, born at Vrondeg 
Hall, Bronwylfa, Wrexham, co. Denbigh, 
on Sunday, 17 June, baptised at St. 
John's, Rhosllanerchrugog, co. Denbigh, 
22 July 1900. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 114.— Basil 
Thomas and Mary Georgiana Fanshawe 
have further issue a daughter, Vere, born 
at Willesleigh, Goodleigh, co. Devon, 

30 July, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Goodleigh, 25 August 1900. 

Page 115. — Lyonelland Bessie Emily 
Fanshawe have further issue a daughter, 
Dorothy Bessie Anne, born at Mhow, 
India, 12 October 1899, died in India 

31 August 1900. Bessie Emily, wife of 
Lyonell Fanshawe, died at Mhow, India, 
21 October 1899, and buried there. 

FAULCONER. Vol. 4, page 85.— 
Arthuretta, only daughter of Arthur 
Faulconer, died at Bristol 20 November, 
buried at Lewes, co. Sussex, 27 
November 1900. 

FAWCETT. Vol. 6, page 52.— Sidney 
and Charlotte Fawcett have further issue 
a daughter, Ruth, born 19 May, baptised 
at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 25 June 1900. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 92.— The Rev. 
Frederick Fawkes died at Farnley, co. 
York, aged 66, on Saturday, 3 February, 
buried there 6 February 1900. Will 
dated 12 July 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
2, 1900) 2 June 1900, by Ellen Mary 
Fawkes, the relict, and Frederick Hawks- 
worth Fawkes, the Executors. 

Page 93. — In line 11, column 3, it 
should read Richard Lee of Leeds [not 
of Grove Hall]. 

Page 95. — Captain Wilmot Hawks- 
worth Fawkes, R.N., promoted Rear- 
Admiral i January 1901. 
FIELD. Vol. 3, page 84.— Henry Field 
died at 21 Montrell Road, Streatham 
Hill, CO. Surrey, in his 64th year, on 
Friday, 8 February, buried in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
13 February 1901. 



FIELD, continued. 

Mary Helen, younger daughter of 
Arthur Field, was married at the parish 
church, Streatham, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 15 September 1900, to Allan 
George, youngest son of Ernest George 
of Redroofs, Streatham Common. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— The 
Rev. William Fletcher died at 32 Jasper 
Road, Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, aged 
90, on Saturday, 7 July, buried at West 
Norwood, on Tuesday, 10 July 1900. 
Will dated 21 March 1893, with codicil 
dated 29 March 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., II, 1900) 10 August 1900, by 
William Bainbrigge Fletcher, Walter 
John Fletcher, and Edward Blakemore 
Fletcher, the sons, the Executors. 

Catherine Ann, wife of the Rev. 
William Beavan, died s.p. at Llanymy- 
nech, CO. Salop, 29 December 1899 
buried there 4 January 1900. 

The Rev. William Beavan died at 
Llanymynech 8 July, buried there 12 
July 1900. 

Thomas Bainbrigge Walter Campbell 
Fletcher is now Paymaster R.N. on 
H.M.S. "Centurion." 

Page 79. — Augusta Franklyn, wife of 
Walter John Fletcher, died at The 
Chantry, Wimborne, co. Dor.set, aged 
45, on Tuesday, 13 March, buried there 
17 March 1900. 

Page 80. — The Rev. James Michael 
John Fletcher was instituted to the 
Vicarage of Tideswell, co. Derby, 26 
October 1900, on the presentation of 
the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield. 

FLORY. Vol. I, page 253.— Mary Ryland, 
only daughter of the Rev. William Flory, 
was married at Lillington, co. Warwick, 
on Thursday, 18 January 1900, to 
Henry Vere Fane Benet, Captain 
Lancashire Fusiliers (20th Regiment). 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 47.— Captain 
the Hon'''"= Arthur William de Brito 
Savile Foljambe has been A.D.C. to 
Earl Cadogan, K.G., Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland, since January 1 900, and was 
made M.V.O. by H.M. the Queen 26 
April 1900, on the conclusion of her 
visit to Ireland. Appointed Staff-Captain 
of the Dublin District 27 July 1900, and 
is now (since 24 May 1900) of Lissonfield 
House, Rathmines Road, Dublin. 

Page 49.— The HonW= Gerald William 
Frederick Savile Foljambe's promotion 
to be Lieutenant on Friday, 3 November 
1899, is to date from Thursday, 21 



ADDITIONS dr- CORRECTIONS. 



FOLJAMBE, continued. 

September 1899. He carried the Queen's 
Colour of his regiment to Oxford on 
Saturday, 9 December 1899, to be hung 
in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 
during the absence of his regiment on 
active service in South Africa. Served 
in South African War with his regiment, 
being attached to the 13th Brigade, 
under Major-General Charles Edmond 
Knox of the 6th Division, under 
Major-General Thomas Kelly-Kenny, 
C.B. ; in command of a detachment at 
Leeuwpoort, near Heilbron, since 30 
November 1900. 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 131.— The Rev. 
John Vicars and Margaret Ada Foote 
have further issue a daughter, Elinor 
Christian Baird, born 10 August, 
baptised at St. Benet's, Kentish Town, 
London, 24 August 1900. 

Page 132. — Cunningham Robert de 
Clare Foot, Commander R.N., was 
married at Porchester, co. Hants (by 
the Rev. Canon David Ingles, Vicar of 
Witham, co. Essex, uncle of the bride), 
6 April 1899, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of Rear-Admiral John Ingles, 
R.N., of Beach Cottage, Porchester. 

Catharine Harriett, only daughter of 
the Rev. Cunningham Noel Foot, was 
married at St. Alban's, Teddington, co. 
Middlesex (by her father), on Wednes- 
day, 13 June 1900, to Arthur Grove, 
son of the Rev. George Grove, Vicar of 
Llanwenarth Ultra, co. Monmouth. 

Charles Montagu Foot, Lieutenant 
R.N., was married at St. Alban's, 
Teddington (by his father), on Tuesday, 
19 September 1899, to Norah, eldest 
daughter of Isaac Coalbank, M.R.C.S., 
of Teddington Lodge, Teddington. 
They have issue a daughter, Christine 
Norah, born at Teddington Lodge on 
Saturday, 29 December 1900, baptised 
at St. Alban's, Teddington (by her 
grandfather, the Rev. Cunningham Noel 
Foot), 9 February 1901. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 139.— John 
Dunnell Garrett died at St. Briavel's, 
CO. Gloucester, in his 70th year, 20 
September, buried in St. Briavel's 
Churchyard 22 September 1900. Will 
dated 29 January 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 6, 1900) 26 November igoo, by 
Sarah Winsmore Garrett, the relict, and 
Percy Nathusius Garrett, the son, two of 
the Executors. 



GARRETT, continued. 

Page 140. — Percy Nathusius and 
Bessie Maria Garrett have further issue 
a son, Duncan Garrett, born at Whitley 
Bay, CO. Northumberland, on Friday, 15 
June, baptised at Whitley 9 July 1900. 

Page 144. — George Herbert Garrett 
was married at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
on Thursday, 21 June 1900, to Louisa 
Mary, 2nd daughter of Matthew Eason 
Wilkinson, M.D., F.R.C.P., President 
of the British Medical Association, of 
Green Hayes, Manchester, and of 
Middlethorp Hall, York. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. y,page v.) 
Frank and Evelyn Rosa Garrett have 
issue a daughter, Evelyn May, born at 
2 Westfields, Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, 
on Monday, 10 September, baptised 
there 9 October 1900. 

Page 144. — Lilian Croft, 4th daughter 
of Frank Garrett, was married at All 
Souls', Langham Place, London, on 
Wednesday, 19 December 1900, to John 
Douglas Broad, 2nd son of Harrington 
Evans Broad of The Quarry House, 
Bletchingley, co. Surrey. 

Alfred Stead Garrett was married at 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, on 
Wednesday, 25 April 1900, to Winifred 
Mary, youngest daughter of Hamer 
Chalmer of Dore, Sheffield, co. York. 

GIBSON. Vol. 2, page 90.— Theodore 
Francis Gibson died at Clacton-on-Sea, 
CO. Essex, aged 36, on Tuesday, 8 May, 
buried in Little Clacton Churchyard 1 2 
May 1900. Will dated 5 October 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 51, 1900) 29 Sep- 
tember 1900, by Edmund Wyatt Gibson 
and Alexander Gibson, the brothers, 
the Executors. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144. — Arthur 
Nockolds and Beatrice Gilbey have 
further issue a son, Rupert Sydney 
Gilbey, born at Melmoth Lodge, Cook- 
ham, CO. Berks, on Friday, 14 December 

1 900, baptised at Cookham on Saturday, 
9 February 1901. 

Page 145. — Emily Lucy, youngest 
daughter of Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., was 
married at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Thursday, 2 1 February 

1901, to Herbert Stroyan, son of Robert 
Stroyan of Bixley, co. Norfolk. 

GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 58.— 
Amelia, widow of Henry Glazebrook, 
died at Newquay, co. Cornwall, aged 82, 
I February, buried there 4 February 1S99. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



GLAZEBROOK, continued. 

James Francis Walmisley and Leila 
Mary Glazebrook have further issue a 
son, Paul Kirkland Glazebrook, born at 
Claughton Firs, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
19 June, baptised at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 
CO. Chester, 10 September 1899. 

Page 59. — Nicholas Smith Glaze- 
brook, M.R.C.S., died at Hay man's 
Green, West Derby, co. Lancaster, in 
his 87th year, on Saturday, 14 July, 
buried at Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster, 
17 July 1900. M.L 

The Rev. James Butterwick was pre- 
sented to the Rectory of Kirkby in 
Ashfield, CO. Nottingham, 15 January 
1899. 

Page 60. — The Rev. John Kirkland 
Glazebrook, M.A., died at Melling 
Vicarage, co. Lancaster, 10 May, buried 
in Melling Church 14 May 1900. 

Page 60 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, page vi.) 
William Rimington and Dora Glazebrook 
have issue two sons, Reginald Field 
Glazebrook, born at Augusta, Georgia, 
U.S.A., 23 April, baptised at the parish 
church. West Derby, co. Lancaster, 10 
July 1899 ; and William Rimington 
Glazebrook, born at Devonshire Place, 
Claughton, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
7 November 1900, baptised at the 
parish church. West Derby, 14 January 
1901. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 67.— The Rev. 
Nigel Ernie Goddard was married at St. 
Agnes', Toxteth Park, Liverpool, on 
Thursday, 7 June 1900, to Frances 
Georgina Mary, 2nd daughter of Richard 
Cottu of Kingstown, co. Dublin. He 
proceeded M.A. 15 November 1900. 

Edward Charlton Lethbridge and 
Bertha Goddard have issue a daughter, 
Mary Adelaide, born at 411 East i6th 
Street, Flatbush, Long Island, New 
York, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 13 
December 1899. 

The Rev. Gerald Henry George 
Goddard was ordained Priest by the 
Bishop of Norwich on Trinity Sunday, 
10 June 1900. 

GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55. — Mary, wife 
of George Neve, died suddenly on 
Wednesday, 15 November, buried at 
Cranbrook, co. Kent, on Saturday, 18 
November 1899. 

The Rev. Henry Sockett died sud- 
denly 26 February, buried at Sutton, 
CO. Sussex, I March 1900. 



GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 29.— John 
Eustace Grubbe died at Southwold, co. 
Suffolk, in his 85th year, on Monday, 

1 1 December, buried at Horsenden, co. 
Buckingham, 15 December 1899. Will 
dated 2 August 1895, with four codicils 
dated respectively 2 August 1895, 11 De- 
cember 1895, 21 November 1899, and 
22 November 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
31, 1900) 6 February 1900, by Eustace 
Edward Grubbe, Walter John Grubbe 
and Arthur Robert Grubbe, the sons, 
three of the Executors. 

GUILLE. Vol. I, page 39.— Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Guille, died at Stanley 
Villa, South Acton, co. Middlesex, aged 
79, on Monday, 30 October, buried at 
Castel, Guernsey, 3 November 1899. 
Administration was granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 21 March 1900, to the 
Rev. Hubert George de Carteret Stevens 
Guille of Cirencester, co. Gloucester. 

Lucy Carterette Stevens, wife of Joseph 
Jones Gardiner, died at Edinburgh, aged 
46, on Tuesday, 2 1 August, buried at Little 
Torrington, co. Devon, 24 August 1900. 
Page 40. — Henry Stevens le Mar- 
chant Guille, Major Royal Artillery, died 
at Kimberley, South Africa, on Wednes- 
day, 9 May, from wounds received at 
Warrenton on Friday, 4 May 1900. 
\Vill dated 17 November 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 31, 1900) 17 September 1900, 
by the Rev. Hubert George de Carteret 
Stevens Guille of Little Torrington, co. 
Devon, the brother, the sole Executor. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 2.— Charlotte 
Catherine Louisa, only child of Arthur 
John Campbell Gwatkin, was married 
at Mortlake Parish Church, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 28 December 1899, to 
Lorenzo Alexander of Sandon, British 
Columbia, 3rd son of John Alexander of 
Milford, CO. Carlow. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 168.— Joshua 
Reynolds Gascoigne and Arundel 
Augusta Gwatkin had further issue a 
son, John Edward Gwatkin, born at 
Potterne, co. Wilts, 23 April 1900, died 
and buried the same day. 

HARVEY. Vol. I, page 7. — Mary Frances, 
wife of the Rev. Henry Willes Southey, 
died at Woburn Vicarage, co. Bedford, 
on Wednesday, 9 May, buried at Woburn 

12 May 1900. 

The Rev. Henry Willes Southey 
resigned the Vicarage of Woburn in 
1900, and is now Incumbent of St. 
Mary's, Hatfield, co. Hertford. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 135-— The 
Rev. Christopher Francis Beevor Hasle- 
wood was presented to the Vicarage of 
Pelton, CO. Durham, on Saturday, 22 
December 1900. 

Page 136. — The Rev. Francis Hasle- 
wood died at St. Matthew's Rectory, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, aged 59, on Satur- 
day, 7 April, buried in Ipswich Cemetery 
on Thursday, 12 April 1900. M.I. Will 
dated 13 May 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
68, 1900) 17 May igoo, by Ellen Hasle- 
wood, the relict, and Herbert Dering 
Haslewood, the son, the Executors. 

HESKETH. Vol. i, page 159.— Robert 
Harold Lempriere Hesketh died suddenly 
at Eastbourne, co. Sussex, aged 21, on 
Sunday, i July, buried at Reigate, co. 
Surrey, 4 July 1900. 

Page 162. — Julia, 4th daughter of the 
Rev. Robert Hesketh, died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 80, 30 June, buried 
there 5 July 1900. Will dated 21 March 
1896, with codicil dated 21 April 1896, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 130, 1900) 31 
August 1900, by Agnes Hesketh, the 
sister, and Robert Lempriere Hesketh, 
the Executors. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I, page 183.— Reginald 
Armstrong Hoblyn was married at St. 
Mark's, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, London, on Saturday, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1900, to Alice Maudlaine, 2nd 
daughter of John Robert Walker of 
Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood. 
They have issue a son, Richard Douglas 
Hoblyn, born at St. Columb, Walton- 
on-Thames, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 10 
November, baptised at St. Mary's, Oat- 
lands, Walton-on-Thames, 29 December 
1900. 

Beatrice Mary Dennis, eldest daughter 
of Charles Dennis Hoblyn, was married 
at St. Mary's, Oatlands, on Thursday, 7 
June 1900, to Montague Wheeler of 
Hatchgate, Reading, co. Berks, eldest 
son of Samuel Wheeler of Hatchgate, 
Reading; born 17 June 1874. 

HOLE. Vol. 7, page 128. — For Jacob 
Paul Wood of Tetbury, co. Gloucester, 
read Jacob Wood. 

Page 129. — Emily Laetitia Parlby was 
born at Manadon \jiot Manaton], co. 
Devon. 

HOOPER. Vol. I, page 176.— Gerald 
Huntly Hooper was married at Michel- 
dever, co. Hants, 29 November 1900, 
to Florence Helen, daughter of George 
Mumford of Bradford, co. York. 



HOPE-EDWARDS. Vol. 2, page 48.— 
The Rev. St. Leger Frederick Hope- 
Edwardes died at Marseilles, France, 
aged 60, on Sunday, 10 December, 
buried at Dorrington, co. Salop, on 
Saturday, 16 December 1899. Will 
dated 10 November 1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 34, 1900) 29 May 1900, by Alice 
Mary Hope-Edwardes, the relict, the 
sole Executrix. 

HOPKINS. Page 33 of present volume. — 
Henry Hopkins died at Worthing Lodge, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, on Monday, 26 
November, buried at Castleacre, co. 
Norfolk, 4 December 1900. Will dated 
4 November 1900, proved in the Princi- 
pal Registry 21 March 1901, by Augusta 
Frederica Hopkins, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 67.— Martha 
Jennings, widow of the Hon''''= John 
Noble Harvey, died at her residence, 
Belais, Paget, Bermuda, in her looth 
year, 22 April 1900. 

Page 69. — Robert Schlesinger Hutchi- 
son, Captain (64th) North Staffordshire 
Regiment, was married at St. Mary's, 
Quetta, India, 9 July 1900, to Winifred 
Maud, eldest daughter of George Burnand 
of MarnhuU, co. Dorset, by Emma Susan 
his wife, daughter of the Rev. George 
Harvey; born at The Elms, Sutton, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 15 June 1873. 

I'ANSON. Vol. 7, page 66.— Georgina 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas 
I'Anson of Westgate Hill House, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 
was married at St. Paul's, Whitley Bay, 
CO. Northumberland, 19 September 
1896, to George Robert Westall (son of 
Jeremiah Westall); born at Tynemouth, 
CO. Northumberland, 27 March 1869; 
died at Whitley Bay 27 August, buried 
at St. Paul's, Whitley, 29 August 1900. 

William Andrew I'Anson, eldest son 
of Thomas I'Anson, was married at 
St. Michael's-in-the-Hamlet, Liverpool, 
4 June 1896, to Selina Jane, daughter 
of Captain Thomas Sutclifife of High 
Harrington, co. Cumberland, by Mary 
Hodson his wife ; born 30 January, 
baptised at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 29 
February 1875. They have issue a 
daughter, Doris Grant, born 24 August, 
baptised at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 10 
September 1897, and a son, William 
Andrew I'Anson, born 28 January, 
baptised at St. James', Liverpool, 14 
March 1899. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



I'ANSON, continued. 

Alice Mary, youngest daughter of 
Thomas FAnson, was married at Holy 
Saviour's, Tynemouth, 15 May 1896, to 
Joseph William Grisdale, son of John 
Grisdale ; born at Newcastle-on-Tyne 
28 August 1865. 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 52.— John 
Cordy Jeaffreson died at his residence, 
136 Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, 
London, in his 71st year, on Saturday, 
2 February, buried in Paddington 
Cemetery, Willesden Lane, London, on 
Thursday, 7 February 1901. 

George Cordy Jeaffreson was married 
at St. Mark's, Hamilton Terrace, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 29 August 1900, 
to Florence Alice Muriel, youngest 
daughter of George Jones of Framling- 
ham, CO. Suffolk, L.R.C.P. Edin., B.A. 
of Cambridge. 

JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 173 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 5, page v.) — Captain 
Turenne and Annie Rose Jermyn have 
issue a daughter, Ida Lilian May, born 
at Murree, Punjab, India, 25 May, 
baptised there 28 July 1899. 

Willoughby and Irene Frances Jermyn 
have further issue a daughter, Beryl 
Jean, born at Yass, New South Wales, 
23 January 1899. 

JONES. Vol. I, page 286.— The Rev. 
Prebendary Harry Jones died at Barton 
Mere, Bury St. Edmunds, in his 77th 
year, on Sunday, 30 September, buried 
at Pakenham, co. Suffolk, 3 October 
1900. Will dated 30 May 1900, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 32, 1900) 8 December 
1900, by Edward Ripley Dalton and 
Emily Fonblanque Jones, the relict, the 
Executors. 

Page 287. — Lieut.-Colonel Morey 
Quayle Jones commanded the 2nd 
Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 
in South African Campaign 1899-1901. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 56. — Agnes Esther, 
5th daughter of Clement Joslin, was 
married at Aveley Congregational 
Church, CO. Essex, on Tuesday, 10 July 
1900, to Philip Northcott Vellacott of 
27 Osborne Road, Southsea, co. Hants, 
son of William Humphrey Vellacott of 
West Thurrock, co. Essex ; born 7 
February 1872 ; M.B. Lond. 1895, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Eng. 1876, B.S. 
Lond. 1897. 



JOSSELYN. Vol. 2, page 43.— Frederic 
Josselyn died at 74 Redcliffe Gardens, 
South Kensington, London, aged 57, 
on Sunday, 7 January, buried at 
Sproughton, near Ipswich, on Thursday, 
II January 1900. Will dated 14 No- 
vember 1899, proved in the Principal 
Registry 20 February 1900, by John 
Henry Josselyn and George Francis 
Josselyn, the brothers, the Executors. 

John Josselyn, who is now a Solici- 
tor at Madras, was married at Madras 
Cathedral 14 February 1900, to Lilian 
Bella, elder daughter of the Ven'''' 
William Weston Elwes, Archdeacon of 
Madras. They have issue a son, John 
William Josselyn, born at Madras 13 
November, baptised at Madras Cathedral 
31 December 1900. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 6.— Lord 
Kitchener appointed Chief of the Staff, 
South .African Field Force, 23 December 
1899, Lieut.-General and Local General 
while commanding the South African 
Field Force 29 November 1900. 

Page 7. — Colonel Frederic Walter 
Kitchener appointed to command a 
Brigade in South Africa January 1900, 
with the local rank of Brigade-General, 
and with the local rank of Major- 
General December 1900. 

LAWRENCE. Vol. 6, page 79.--Alfred 
Henry Lawrence died at his residence, 
75 Lancaster Gate, London, aged 41, 
on Thursday, 15 November, buried in 
the family vault in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, on Monday, 19 
November 1900. Will dated 29 July 
1897, proved in the Principal Registry 
I March 1901, by Sir Edwin Durning- 
Lawrence, Bart., M.P., and Frederick 
William Lawrence. 

LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 85.— The Rev. 
Thomas Walker Sale resigned the Rec- 
tory of Halton Holgate, co. Lincoln, 
in 1899, and died at his residence, 
Brownshill Court, Stroud, co. Gloucester, 
aged 65, on Monday, 5 November, 
buried at Pitchcombe, co. Gloucester, 
8 November 1900. 

LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 71.— Mabel, 
elder daughter of George Blundell 
Longstaff, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
3 February 1900, to Arthur Loftus 
Onslow, elder son of Douglas Arthur 
Onslow of Putney, co. Surrey; born 16 
July 1874. 



ADDITIONS Ss' CORRECTIONS. 



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LYTE. Vol. 5, page 155. — John Maxwell 
Lyte was educated at Radley \not at- 
Eton], and was appointed 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Northumberland Fusiliers 19 
May 1900. 

Arthur Maxwell Lyte is a Demy of 
Magdalen College, Oxford. 

MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 92.— Eric 
Danvers Macnamara, M.R.C.S., ap- 
pointed Surgeon R.N. November 1898. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 31.— Edward 
Grey Maddock was ordained Deacon at 
the parish church, Newburn-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, 24 December 1899. 

Page 32. — Charles Edgcumbe Mad- 
dock was married at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London, on Monday, 19 
February 1900, to Edith Harriet, 
younger daughter of Michael Tyrone 
Power of Malaga, Spain. 

MANNING. Vol. 2, page 122.— Susan 
Louisa Manning died at Nolton Court, 
Bridgend, co. Glamorgan, on Saturday, 
2 June, buried at Bridgend 6 June 1900. 

MANT. Vol. I, page 193. — Louisa 
Sophia, widow of George French Mant, 
died at Storrington, co. Sussex, aged 76, 
on Monday, 6 August, buried there 9 
August 1900. Will dated 3 October 
1893, proved at Chichester 27 Septem- 
ber 1900, by Frank Mant and Arthur 
French Mant, the sons, the Executors. 

Page 194 {and Addenda., Vol. 2, page 
iv.) — Arthur French and Eva Mant have 
further issue a daughter, Louisa Doro- 
thea, born at Avenings, Petworth, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, 8 September, 
baptised at Petworth 24 October 1900. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 32 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 6, page ix.) — Arthur Basil 
and Lucy Bertram Markham have issue 
a son, Charles Markham, born at 
Stuffynwood Hall, Mansfield, co. Not- 
tingham, 28 August 1899. Arthur Basil 
Markham was elected a Member of 
Parliament for the Mansfield Division 
of CO. Nottingham at the General 
Election 1900. 

MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 61.— Beatrice 
Mary, only daughter of George Priestley 
Marten, was married at The Priory 
Church, Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
on Tuesday, 8 January 1901, to William 
Wickham King, 2nd son of William 
Henry King of Pedmore House, 
Stourbridge, co. Worcester. 



MARTEN, continued. 

Martha, widow of Henry John Marten, 
M.Inst. C.E., died at The Birches, 
Codsall, CO. Stafford, in her 70th year, 
2 July, buried in Codsall Churchyard 5 
July 1900. Will dated i March 1893, 
with codicil dated 13 August 1895, 
proved at Lichfield 10 August 1900, by 
Edward Dimmack Marten, the step-son, 
the surviving Executor. 

Page 63 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, page 
via.) — Hubert Bindon and Mabel Caro- 
line Marten have issue a daughter, 
Marjorie Mabel, born at 262 Southtown, 
Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 18 No- 
vember 1900, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Southtown, Great Yarmouth, 2 January 
1 90 1. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 81.— The Rev. 
William Waddon Martyn died, aged 67, 
on Easter Sunday, 15 April, buried at 
Lifton, CO. Devon, on Friday, 20 April 
1900. Will dated 28 February 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 20, 1900) 13 July 
1900, by Maria Andrew Martyn, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 83. — Olympia Lstitia, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. William Waddon 
Martyn, was married at Lifton on 
Wednesday, 25 April 1900, to James 
Frederick Honeyball of Newgardens, 
Teynham, co. Kent, Major ist Volunteer 
Battalion East Kent Regiment (The 
Buffs). 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 140.— The Rev. 
George Streynsham Master died at his 
residence, Bourton Grange, Flax Bourton, 
CO. Somerset, aged 77, on Thursday, 8 
November, buried in Flax Bourton 
Churchyard on Tuesday, 13 November 
1900. Will dated 10 February 1897, 
proved in the Principal Registry 14 
January 1901, by Robert Edmund 
Master and John Henry Master, the 
brothers, the Executors. 

Page 143. — Hilda Violet, youngest 
daughter of John Henry Master, was 
married at St. Andrew's, Ham, co. 
Surrey, 18 October 1900, to the Rev. 
Arthur Stanley Vaughan Blunt, son of 
the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Hull. 

Page 144. — Captain Arthur Gilbert, 
A.S.C., and Elizabeth Master have 
further issue a son, Edward Streynsham 
Master, born at Fulford Park, co. York, 
on Monday, 29 January 1900, baptised 
at St. Oswald's, Fulford, on Sunday, i 
April 1900. 



ADDITIONS df CORRECTIONS. 



MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 85.— Caroline, 
wife of the Rt. Hon"^ John William 
Mellor, P.C., died at Culmhead, Taun- 
ton, CO. Somerset, in her 63rd year, on 
Monday, 16 April, buried at Church 
Stanton, co. Devon, 19 April 1900. 

METHOLD. Vol. i, page 145-— Ellen 
Marion, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Tiiidal Methold, was married at St. 
Jude's, South Kensington, on Monday, 
30 April 1900, to Kenneth Heaton of 
Alton, CO. Hants, son of the Rev. Hugh 
Edward Heaton of Plas Heaton, co. 
Denbigh, by Catherine Maria his wife, 
dau. of John Craven ; born 5 August 
1864. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97.— The 
Rt. Hon"= William St. John Fremantle 
Brodrick, P.C., was appointed Secretary 
of State for War i November 1900. 

MINET. Vol. I, page 270. — Delia Jane> 
wife of Orfeur George Parker, died at 
Marlborough Place, Hamilton Terrace, 
London, 12 May, cremated at Woking 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 16 May 1900. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. 

Vol. 4, page 2. — Hugh and Emma Sybil 
Molesworth St. Aubyn have further 
issue a son. Render Charles Molesworth 
St. Aubyn, born at Clowance Barton, co. 
Cornwall, on Saturday, 5 January, bap- 
tised at Crowan, co. Cornwall, 3 February 
1901. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 54.— 
Francis Alexander and the Hon'''^ 
Elizabeth Sophia Lucia Newdigate have 
further issue a daughter, Susan Theo- 
dora, born at i Tilney Street, Park 
Lane, London, on Wednesday, 11 July 

1900, baptised at St. James', Bulkington, 
CO. Warwick, on Sunday, 21 October 

1 90 1. 

Page 55. — Francis Henry Newdigate 
died on Thursday, 31 May 1900, from 
wounds received the previous day at 
Douglas, South Africa, when tending 
the wounded with Sir Charles Warren's 
force. 

OLIVER. Vol. 2, page 145. — Thomas 
Langford Oliver was married at St. 
Mary's, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 
on Thursday, 12 July T900, to Anne 
(Minnie), daughter of the Rev. Francis 
William Peel, formerly Rector of Burgh- 
wallis, CO. York, and great-niece of Sir 
Robert Peel, Bart. 



OLIVER, continued. 

Page 146. — Vere Langford and Celia 
Sabina Oliver have further issue a 
daughter, Kitty Langford, born at 
Whitmore Lodge, Sunninghill, co. Berks, 
10 September, baptised at Sunninghill 
17 October 1899. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 18.— Lionel 
Arthur Edward Ollivant, Captain Royal 
Fusiliers May 1900, being temporarily 
attached to the Chinese Regiment, was 
killed in action at Tientsin, China, on 
Saturday, 14 July 1900, aged 27, buried 
at Tientsin. 

Mabel, younger daughter of Sir 
Edward Charles Kayll Ollivant, K.C.I.E., 
was married at the Cathedral, Bombay, 
India (by the Rt. Rev. James Mac- 
arthur, D.D., Bishop of Bombay), on 
Wednesday, g January 1901, to Percival 
Fox Tuckett of Yeldhall Manor, Twyford, 
CO. Berks, son of Philip Deball Tuckett 
of Childe's Hill House, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, and of Frenchay, co. 
Gloucester; born 21 August 1S70. 

PARIS. Vol. 2, page 66.— William Knight 
Hamilton Ramsay White died at Lea- 
hurst, Tickhill, CO. York, aged 66, on 
Monday, 1 1 June, buried at Tuxford, 
CO. Nottingham, on Thursday, 14 
June 1900. 

Commander Herbert George Paris, 
R.N., died at Peter Jebsen's Gade 13, 
Bergen, Norway, on Wednesday, 1 9 Sep- 
tember, buried at Bergen on Saturday, 
22 September 1900. Administration 
was granted in the Principal Registry 
22 October 1900, to Marie Paris of 
Peter Jebsen's Gade 13, Bergen, Norway, 
the relict. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 104.— Ellen Mar- 
garet, wife of John Henry Etherington 
Smith, died 26 June, buried in Putney 
Vale Cemetery, co. Surrey, i July 1899. 
He was appointed Recorder of Derby 
2 August 1899. 

PAULL. Vol. I, page 11. — In line 11, for 
Philip Sandy Tomn, read Philip Sandy 
Tom. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 44.— 
Charles Penruddocke died at Compton 
Park, CO. Wilts, aged 71, 30 October, 
buried at Compton Chamberlayne, co. 
Wilts, on Frida)', 3 November 1899. 
Will dated 4 November 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 29, 1900) 10 July 1900, 
by George Edgar Frere and Austen 
Tutchen Love, the Executors. 



ADDITIONS 6r* CORRECTIONS. 



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PENRUDDOCKE, continued. 

Page 45. — Edward Wyndham Pen- 
ruddocke was married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Wednes- 
day, 8 August 1900, to Muriel Turner, 
younger daughter of Arthur Henry 
Turner Newcomen of Kirkleatham Hall, 
Redcar, co. York. 



PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 91.— Anna 
Eliza, wife of Spencer Perceval, was 
born 14 June 1795. 

Eleanor Irving Perceval was baptised 
at St. James', Westminster, 30 December 
1831. 

John Spencer Perceval was baptised 
at Newman Street, London (by the Rev. 
E. Irving). 

Jane Perceval was buried in Highgate 
\not Kensal Green] Cemetery, London. 

Norman Spencer Perceval was bap- 
tised in the parish church. Send, co. 
Surrey, 29 November 1838. 

Page 93. — In line 3 it should read 
Henry Gaily Knight. 

Page 94. — Edward Perceval, Lieu- 
tenant King's Royal Rifle Corps, was 
killed in action at Paardeburg, South 
Africa, on Sunday, 18 February 1900. 

Page 96. — Frederica Elizabeth, 
daughter of the Rt. Hon''''= Spencer 
Perceval, died at The ISLinor House, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, in her 95th year, 
on Saturday, 12 May, buried in the 
cemetery at Ealing 17 May 1900. Will 
dated 24 July 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
112, 1900) 22 June 1900, by Sir Horatio 
George Walpole, K.C.B., the nephew, 
and Arnold William Whittell Holt, the 
Executors. 



PILKINGTON. Vol. i, page 256.— 
Samuel Charles Morton and Sarah Pil- 
kington have further issue a daughter, 
Silvia Beatrice, born at Inglewood, 
Aughton, CO. Lancaster, on Monday, 
9 July, baptised at Christ Church, 
Aughton, 23 September 1900. 



PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 32.— Robert Ellis 
Pixley died at i The Crescent, South 
HayHng, co. Hants, aged 74, on Thurs- 
day, 6 September, buried at Hayhng 
12 September 1900. Will dated 23 
August 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 18, 
1900) I November 1900, by Rebecca 
Eliza Pixley, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, page loi 
{and Addenda, Vol. 7, page ix.") — Francis 
Meban and Ethel Dorothy Platt-Higgins 
have issue a son, Denis Meban Platt- 
Higgins, born at Little Laver Hall, 
CO. Essex, on Sunday, 23 September, 
baptised at Little Laver 28 October 1900. 

Page 103. — Alfred Platt-Higgins was 
married at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, on Saturday, 9 
December 1899, to Alice, youngest 
daughter of William Fountain. 

Page 104. — Arthur Platt-Higgins was 
married at Cheadle, co. Chester, 14 
June 1900, to Frances, youngest sur- 
viving daughter of Charles Allen Du Val 
of Manchester. 

PLUMER. Vol. I, page 219. — Jessie, 
4th daughter of Alfred Saxby Plumer, 
was married at Shoreham, co. Sussex, 
on Tuesday, 20 February 1900, to 
Walter John Rowland of 10 College 
Road, Brighton, co. Sussex, son of John 
Rowland of Gwydyr House, Bromley, 
CO. Kent; born 17 April 1862; B.A. 
Lond., M.B. Durh., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

POLE-CAREW. Vol. 5, page 146.— 
Major-General Reginald Pole-Carew 
sailed for South Africa as Camp Com- 
mandant to Sir Redvers Buller 14 
October 1899; appointed to command 
9th Brigade 26 November 1899, at the 
Battle of Modder River 28 November 
and at Magersfontein 11, December 
1899 ; commanded Guards' Brigade in 
advance from Modder to Bloemfontein, 
at actions at Poplar Grove and Driefon- 
tein ; from Bloemfontein established 
communication \vith Major-General 
Gatacre at Bethulie, and with Major- 
General Clements at Norval's Point ; 
commanded i ith Division in action at 
Leun Kop and relief of Dewetsdorp in 
April 1900, and in advance from Bloem- 
fontein to Pretoria in May 1900, at 
actions at Brandfort, Wet River, Zand 
River, Pretoria and Donker Roek, and 
in the advance from Pretoria on Belfast, 
in action at Belfast, affairs at Helvetia 
and Waterval Onder, and final advances 
on Komati Poort in September 1900. 
He was married in the Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Barracks, London, on Tues- 
day, 19 February 1 901, to Lady Beatrice 
Frances Elizabeth, elder daughter of 
the Marquis of Ormonde ; born 28 
December 1876. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PRICE. Vol. 2, page i6o.— Howel John 
James Price was appointed Deputy 
Lieutenant for co. Essex 20 February 
1900, and served as High Sheriff for co. 
Brecon 1900. 

PRIOR. Vol. I, page 10.— Sir Gabriel 
Goldney, Bart., died at 6 Eaton Place, 
London, in his 87th year, on Tuesday, 
8 May 1900. Will dated 2 April 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 21, 1900) 12 June 
1900, by Sir Gabriel Prior Goldney, 
Bart., and Frederick Hastings Goldney, 
the sons, the Executors. 

QUAYLE. Vol. 2, page 41 {and Addenda, 
Vol. J, page w.) — Latham Tomlin died at 
Dane Court, St. Peter's, Isle of Thanet, 
CO. Kent, aged 72, on Friday, 12 
January, buried at St. Peter's, Isle of 
Thanet, 17 January 1900. Will dated 
25 October 1895, with codicil dated 28 
July 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 1900) 
2 April 1900, by Edith Tomhn, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 

RANDALL. Vol. 3, page 175.— William 
Sancroft Randall died at 23 Welhngton 
Road, Old Charlton, co. Kent, aged 49, 
on Sunday, 7 October, buried at Orford, 
CO. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 10 October 
1900. Will dated 5 January 1881, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 48, 19°°) 26 No- 
vember 1900, by Eveline Mathilde 
Randall, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 140 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 5 page ct7.)— William 
Milner and Annie Kathleen Ratcliff 
have further issue a son, Charles Milner 
Ratcliff, born at i Campden Hill 
Gardens, Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 15 March, baptised at St. 
Mar)' Abbott's, Kensington, 25 April 
1900. 

REYNARD. Vol. 3, page 165.— Helen 
Elizabeth, widow of Charles Reynard, 
died at Fulford, co. York, 9 December, 
buried at Fulford Old Church 12 
December 1899. 

Martin Mason Reynard died at East 
Hall, Middleton Tyas, co. York, aged 
44, on Wednesday, i February, buried 
in Burneston Churchyard, co. York, 4 
February 1899. Will dated 9 November 
1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 34S> 99) i^ 
March 1899, by Eleanor Mary Rey- 
nard, the relict, and Francis Horner 
Reynard, retired Captain in H.M. Army, 
the brother, the Executors. 



RIMINGTON-WILSON. Vol. 5, page 
16 ,. — Henryand Ethel MaryRimington- 
Wilson have issue a son, Henry Edmund 
Rimington-Wilson, born on Tuesday, 
3 January 1899, and twin daughters, 
Lettice and Pamela, born at 15 Chester 
Street, London, on Easter Sunday, 15 
April 1900. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 24.— Arthur 
William Rivington was married at Christ 
Church, Bala, co. Flint, on Wednesday, 
21 February 1900, to Rosamund Emma 
Herbert, only daughter of Herbert 
Wright Jones of Ty Gwyn, Bryn Eglwys, 
CO. Merioneth. 

ROBERTS-WEST. Vol. 6, page 55.— 
Harry Charles John Roberts-West was 
married at Garboldisham, co. Norfolk, 
26 October 1899, to Olive, daughter of 
Cecil Thomas Molineux-Montgomerie 
of Garboldisham Manor, by Eleanor 
Frances his wife, daughter of the Hon'''^ 
Arthur Lascelles ; born at Garboldisham 
Manor on Saturday, 5 October, baptised 
there 8 December 1872. They have 
issue a son, William Reginald James 
Roberts-West, born at i York Terrace, 
New Brompton, co. Kent, 5 September, 
baptised at the Dockyard Church, Chat- 
ham, CO. Kent, 9 October 1900. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 131.— The Rev. 
Reginald Bassett Rogers died at 
Sancreed Vicarage, co. Cornwall, on 
Saturday, 23 December, buried at San- 
creed 27 December 1899. Will dated 
5 May 1877, proved at Bodmin, co. 
Cornwall, 24 February 1900, by Reginald 
Nankivell Rogers of Falmouth, co. 
Cornwall, the Executor. 

Hugh Stuart Rogers is a 2nd Lieu- 
tenant in the ist Battalion Shropshire 
Regiment, now stationed at Poona, 
India. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 13.— Augusta Eliza, 
widow of Edmund Albert Nuttall 
Royds, was married 2ndly at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Wednesday, 
7 December 189S, to Major Hyacinth 
Lynch, late Royal Berkshire Regiment. 

RYLANDS. Vol. i, page 1 6.— Thomas 
Glazebrook Rylands died at Highfields, 
Thelwall, co. Chester, aged 81, on 
Wednesday, 14 February; his remains 
were cremated at Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 
CO. Lancaster, 17 February, and buried 



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RYLANDS, continued. 

in Thelwall Churchyard i6 March 

1900. M.I. Will dated 3 January 
1898, with codicil dated 16 February 
1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 46, 1900) 29 
April 1900, by John Paul Rylands and 
William Harry Rylands, the sons, and 
John Carey Bromfield of Liverpool, 
and Elizabeth Rylands, the relict, the 
Executors. 

SAVAGE. Vol. 3, page 6.— Gertrude 
Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Thomas 
Savage, M.D., was married at Knowle 
Parish Church, co. Warwick, on Thurs- 
day, 3 January 1901, to Charles 
Ewbank Lansdown, M.R.C.S., of Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, son of Thomas 
William Lansdown of Manuamead, 
Plymouth, co. Devon ; born 5 January 
1867. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 82 {and 
Addenda., Vol. 6, page xii.) — The Hon'^'^ 
Assheton Nathaniel and Mercy Lilian 
Curzon have further issue twin daughters, 
Rhona Lilian and Vera, born at 34 
Stanhope Gardens, London, on Monday, 
5 November, baptised at Okeover, co. 
Stafford, 25 December 1900. 

The Hon'''* Geraline Emily, 5th 
daughter of the Rev. Alfred Nathaniel 
Holden, 4th Baron Scarsdale, was mar- 
ried at All Saints', Kedleston, co. Derby, 
on Thursday, 28 February 1901, to 
William Tower Townshend of Myross 
Wood and Derry, co. Cork, 2nd son of 
John Handcock Townshend of Myross 
Wood, J. P., by Katherine Emma his 
wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. William 
Tower of How Hatch, co. Essex; born 
26 August 1855. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 106.— John 

Lancelot Shadwell died at 21 Nottingham 
Place, London, aged 56, on Sunday, i 
July, buried in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, 5 July 1900. Will dated 14 
April 1 888, with codicil dated 2 
November 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
39, 1900) 12 July 1900, by Lionel 
Lancelot Shadwell, the brother, the sole 
Executor. 

Page 109 (and Addenda, Vol. 6, page 
xit't.) — Major Leonard Julius and Ger- 
trude Ellen Shadwell have issue a son, 
Lancelot Milman Shadwell, born at 
Heavitree, Exeter, on Sunday, 6 January 

1 90 1. 



SHANN. Vol. I, page 169. — Jane, widow 
of George Shann, M.D., died 6 Septem- 
ber, buried at York 11 September 1899. 
Will dated i February 1896, proved at 
York 18 December 1899, by Frederick 
Shann, the son, and Edwin Gray, the 
Executors. 

Charles Shann died i July, buried at 
Tadcaster, co. York, 5 July 1899. Will 
dated 9 October 1882, proved at Wake- 
field 13 October 1899, by George Shann 
and Frederick Shann, the surviving 
Executors. 

Page 170. — William Arthur Shann, 
M.B., was married at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 
25 April 1900, to Clara, daughter of 
Thomas Moss, late Comptroller Public 
Works Department, Punjab, India, and 
widow of Captain Vivian Rochfort Rae 
(P.W.O.) of the West Yorks Regiment ; 
born 8 July 1861. 

Page 170 [and Addenda, Vol. j, page 
viii.) — Thomas Lawrence and Lucy 
Fenwick Shann have further issue a 
daughter, Mary Grace, born 15 July, 
baptised at Boston Spa, co. York, 19 
August 1898. 

SHEKELL. Vol. 6, page 68.— Thomas 
Shekell was married at Exhall, co. 
Warwick, 30 December 1766, to 
Elizabeth Steevens (spelt Stephens in 
Register). 

SOMERS. Vol. 2, page 15.— Ehzabeth, 
widow of Thomas Somers, was born 
13 October 18 16, died at Mendip 
Lodge, CO. Somerset, aged 84, on 
Monday, 19 November, buried at 
Burrington, co. Somerset, 23 November 
1900. M.I. 

SPARKS. Vol. 3, pages 126 and 127 
(and Addenda, Vol. 6, page xiii.) — Arthur 
Edward and Ethel Ellen Sparks have 
issue a son, Arthur Blencowe Sparks, 
born at Misterton Lodge, Crewkerne, 
CO. Somerset, on Friday, 23 February, 
baptised at Misterton on Wednesday, 
28 March 1900. 

SPARROW. Vol. I, page 230.— Cecil 
Blair and Cara Mary Sparrow have 
further issue a son, Charles Noel Blair 
Sparrow, born at Preen Manor, Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, on Thursday, 20 
December 1900, baptised at Church 
Preen, co. Salop, 27 January 1901. 



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ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



STONE. Vol. I, page 6i.— Arthur Stone 
graduated B.A. of King's College, 
Cambridge, 14 September 1899. 

Page 62. — Reginald Guy Stone was 
appointed Midshipman 15 June i8g6, 
and Sub-Lieutenant 15 December 1899. 

Page 63. — John Morris Stone was 
married at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 10 September 
189s, to Edith Emily, widow of Charles 
Alfred Hubbuck of Sydenham, co. 
Kent, and daughter of Edward Hart 
of Highbury New Park and Moorgate 
Street, London, Alderman of the City of 
London, by Elizabeth his wife, daughter 
of Thomas Tibbetts ; born on Sunday, 
2 June, baptised at Christ Church, High- 
bury, London, 29 June 1867. They 
have issue a son, John Leonard Stone, 
born 6 November, baptised at St. Augus- 
tine's, Grove Park, Lee, co. Kent, 12 
December 1896 ; a daughter, Edith 
Alice, born 30 March, baptised at St. 
German's, Blackheath, co. Kent, 30 
April 1898; and a son, Richard Stone, 
born 12 March, baptised privately at 
Blackheath 29 March 1899. 

STUCLEY. Vol. 2, page 150. — Sir George 
Stucley-Stucley, Bart., died at Moreton, 
CO. Devon, in his 88th year, on Tuesday, 
13 March 1900. 

SWANN. Vol. I, page 96. — Eliza, 2nd 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Swann, 
died, aged 90, on Monday, 20 August, 
buried at Uppingham, co. Rutland, 22 
August 1900. Will dated 19 July 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 140, 1900) 4 October 
1900, by Charles William Swann and 
the Rev. Henry Aldersey Swann, the 
nephews, the Executors. 

SWANN. Vol. 5, page loi. — Frederick 
Samuel Philip and Ethel Constance 
Margaret Swann have issue a daughter, 
Elsie Maud, born at Barabanki, Oudh, 
India, 9 September 1900. 

Page 102. — Edward Gibbon Swann 
died at Burgess Hill, co. Sussex, 20 
December, buried at Bromley, co. Kent, 
24 December 1900. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.— 
Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank joined 
H.M.S. "Britannia" as Naval Cadet 19 
September 1900. 

Page 152. — Crossley Swithinbank 
joined H.M.S. "Britannia" as Naval 
Cadet January 1900. 



TAUNTON. Vol. 4, page 162.— The 
Rev. Charles Edward Taunton died at 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, aged 70, on 
Sunday, 27 May, buried at St. Mary's, 
Freeland, near Oxford, on Friday, i 
June 1900. Will dated 27 September 
1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 5, 1900) by 
Amy Pearse, spinster, the natural and 
lawful daughter of Maria Pearse, the 
sister of testator, and one of the 
residuary legatees. 

Page 168. — Alice Mary, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. Frederick Taunton, was 
married at St. Andrew's, Kingswood, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 14 February 
1900, to the Rev. Percy Mordaunt 
Barnard, Rector of Headley, co. Surrey, 
son of the Rev. Mordaunt Barnard; 
born II July 1868; of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894. 
They have issue. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 95. — Anne, wife 
of the Ven'''' William Francis Taylor, 
Archdeacon of Warrington, died at 
Carlton, Aigburth Road, Liverpool, on 
Thursday, 3 May, buried in Anfield 
Cemetery, Liverpool, 7 May 1900. 

Page 96. — Francis Alexander Mac- 
pherson died 1 3 August, buried in Anfield 
Cemetery, Liverpool, 15 August 1900. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 117.— 
Walter Levinge Thurburn, Captain 
Royal Fusiliers, was killed in action at 
Hlangwane Hill, South Africa, aged 29, 
on Monday, 19 February igoo. Will 
dated 16 October 1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 48, 1900) 19 May 1900, by Arthur 
Hugh Thurburn, the brother, and 
George Levinge Whately of 1 7 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, London, the E.xecutors. 

TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 161.— Fiennes 
Trotman was married at Beaminster, 
CO. Dorset, on Tuesday, 26 June 1900, 
to Hilda Fanny Banger, only daughter 
of Thomas Russell, J. P., of Beaminster, 
formerly of the Bedfordshire Regiment. 

TUDSBERY TURNER. Vol. i, page 
192. — Mary Anne, daughter of William 
Tudsbery Turner, died at Claughton, co. 
Chester, in her 80th year, on Sunday, 
13 January, buried in Lower Bebington 
Churchyard, co. Chester, on Tuesday, 
15 January 1901. 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 85 {and Addenda, Vol. 
6, page xiii) — Samuel and Violet Tuke 
have issue a son, Bryan Edward James 
Denzil Tuke, born at Hopcott, Mine- 
head, CO. Somerset, on Friday, 2 March, 
baptised at Minehead 25 March 1900. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



WALKER. Vol. 6, page 7.— The Rev. 
Herbert Milnes and Anne Harriet 
Walker have further issue a daughter, 
Bertha Elaine Milnes, born at Littleover 
Vicarage, co. Derby, 23 February, 
baptised at Littleover 5 April 1900. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 62.— The Rev. 
Augustus William Warde died at Little 
Horsted Rectory, co. Sussex, aged 83, 
on Friday, 30 March, buried at Little 
Horsted on Thursday, 5 April 1900. 
Will dated 9 January 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 61, 1900) 27 July I goo, by Henry 
John Warde, the son, the surviving 
Executor. 

Hamilton Francis Warde died at 
Norwich, aged 42, on Thursday, 16 
November, buried at Norwich 21 
November 1899. Will dated 25 June 
1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 64, 1900) 14 
February 1900, by Eleanor Dalrymple 
Warde, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 64. — Edward Charles Warde 
died at Ouray, Colorado, U.S.A., aged 
37, 27 April 1900. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page 109. — Daniel 
Watney's will was proved 29 June 1S31 
\not 1830]. 

John Watney was created a Knight at 
Windsor 30 June 1900. 

Elsie Susannah Watney was born 9 
November \)iot December] 187 1. 

Page 1 1 1 . — Susan, widow of George 
Theophilus Jepson, died at Thames 
Cottage, Sunbury-on-Thames, co. Mid- 
dlesex, in her 63rd year, on Thursday, 
20 December, buried at Sunbury 24 
December 1900. 

Marian Barbara (May), eldest daughter 
of the Rev. James Watney, was married 
at the C.^LS. Mission Church, Girgaum, 
Bombay, India, on Tuesday, 16 January 
1900, to George Henry Hodgson of the 
Church Missionary Society, eldest son 
of Henry Hill Hodgson of Anerley, co. 
Surrey. 

Page 112. — Frank Goulding Watney, 
J. P., died at Landmore, co. Derry, in 
his 52nd year, on Monday, 7 January, 
buried at Aghadowey, co. Derry, 10 
January 1895. Will dated 28 November 
1891, proved at Dublin 15 August 1895, 
by Elizabeth Watney, the relict. Power 
reserved to John Watney, the brother, 
the other Executor. Sealed in London 
19 October 1895. 



WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— William 
Joseph Wickham was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Scots Guards 
22 August 1900. 

Cyril Henry Wickham was appointed 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers 14 
February 1900. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 8.— William John 
Wisden was married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 4 March 1900, to 
Maud Isabel Dampier, daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel James Dampier-Palmer 
of Heronden Hall, co. Kent ; bom 26 
December 1881. 

Page 9. — Arthur Patrick Wisden was 
married at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
London, 18 April 1900, to Ethel Char- 
lotte Piggott, daughter of John Court 
of The Chestnuts, Calverley Park, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent; born 26 
December 188 1. 

Hilda Kathleen, 6th daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Faulconer Wis- 
den, was married at Broadwater, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 6 December 

1899, to James Bradbury, 2nd son 
of John Bradbury of Southcliflfe, Scar- 
borough, CO. York. She died at The 
Warren, Broadwater, 31 August, and was 
buried at Broadwater 5 September 1900. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 72. — Sir Edmund 
Douglas Veitch Fane, K.C.M.G., died 
at Copenhagen on Tuesday, 20 March 

1900. Will dated 21 July 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., ii, 1900) by Dame Con- 
stantia Eleanor Fane, the relict, one of 
the Executors. 

WOODROOFFE. Vol. 2, page 10.— 
George Thomas Woodrooffe died at 
Oatlands, Weybridge, co. Surrey, in his 
78th year, on Sunday, 2 December, 
buried at Walton-on-Thames Parish 
Church, CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 6 
December 1900. Will dated 10 Sep- 
tember 1897, proved in the Principal 
Registry 15 January 1901, by Harriet 
Elizabeth Woodrooffe of Oatlands, co. 
Surrey, the relict, Henry Edward 
Burgess of i New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, and Reginald Stanley 
Faber, M.A., of 90 Regent's Park, 
London, the nephew, the Executors. 

Addenda, Vol. 7, page xii. — The son 
of George Borries and Elizabeth 
M'^Farlan Woodrooffe was named 
Thomas Borries Ralph Woodrooffe. 



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