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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five hundred copies only of the Sixteenth 
Vo/iwie of the ''Visitation of England 
and Wales," have been printed at my 
Private Press. This copy is No. 434 

" Grove Park Press," 

2JO Walworth Road, S.E. 



Visitation 



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CnjUnti anti Wales 



EDITED HY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOLUME 1 6 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1909 



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V, lit 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 







Page 






Page 


Abel, Baronet 




89 


Hamilton 




41 


Allix of Willoughby, 


CO 




Hind .... 




46 


Lincoln 




113 


Leigh of Bardon, 


CO 




Bazely, formerly of Dover 




Somerset . 




79 


CO. Kent 




97 


Lowe, with Hill-Lowe . 




149 


Bingham, Baronet . 




30 


Moore of Appleby Hall, 


CO 




BooTHBY, Baronet . 




179 


Leicester 




69 


Bradford, Baronet 




193 


Newman 




175 


Byron, Baron 




52 


Penny .... 




92 


Carter of Northwold, 


CO 




Porter of Trematon, 


CO 




Norfolk 




33 


Cornwall 




164 


CODRINGTON . 




25 


Preston 




103 


Collyer 




166 


Prideaux 




36 


Comber 




12 


Rawson 




109 


CORMICK 




197 


Rosebery, Earl of 




132 


CUNLIFFE of Acton Park, 


CO 




Spooner 




141 


Denbigh, and of Liverpool 




Stagey .... 




139 


Baronet 




73 


Strode of Newnham Park 




Darell, Baronet . 




65 


CO. Devon . 




154 


Devonshire, Duke of . 




158 


VValsingham, Baron 




20 


Everett of Sutton V^ 


eny. 




VVilberforce of Marking 


ton 




CO. Wilts . 




I 


CO. York 




117 


Fellowes 




59 


Woollcombe-Boyce, formerly 




Ferard 




94 


of Lake House, Prestbury 




Freshfield . 




168 


CO. Gloucester 




28 


Grellier 




8 









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LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of Baron Walsingham 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Byron 
Book-plate of " Thomas Tyssen Bazely " 
Miniature Portrait of Admiral John Bazely . 
Miniature Portrait of Rear-Admiral John Bazely 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl of Rosebery 
Book-plate of " George • Strode • of ■ Newnham 

Park ■ Devon " 

Armorial Bearings of the Uuke of Devonshire 



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102 


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154 


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157 



^eliigrees. 




Arms on reford in the College of Anns. — 
Gules on a chevron or between three 
mullets argent five pallets azure a bordure 
visxy of the second. 

Crest. — A griffin's head sable erased 
gules charged with three barrulets that in 
the middle argent the other two or over 
all a pallet wavy ermine. 

Motto. — Festina lente. 



€berctt of button Wmj), 
CO. imilts. 

Joseph Everett of Upton=f=Frances Alice, dau. of the 



Lovel Manor, and of 
Greenhill House, Sutton 
Veny, both co. Wilts ; born 
at Heytesbury, co. Wilts, 
26 March 1793; educated 
at Glasgow University; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Wilts ; died at Green- 
hill House, Sutton Veny, 
aged 72, on Thursday, 
5 October, bur. at Sutton 
Veny 10 October 1865. 
Church at Sutton Veny 
erected to his memory by 
his widow and children. 
Adnion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 3 No- 
vember 1865, to Albert 
Nelson Everett, Attomey- 
at-Law, son, and one of 
the next of kin. Portrait 
in the possession of Airs. 
Everett of The Close, 
Salisbury. 



Rev. Robert Rolfe of Saham 
Toney, co. Norfolk, by 
Frances his 2nd wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Robert Cremer, 
Vicar of Wymondham, co. 
Norfolk, relict of Thomas 
Mott of Barningham Hall, 
CO. Norfolk ; bom at Saham 
Toney 28 August, bapt. there 
22 September 1799; marr. 
9 November 1829; died at 
Victoria Terrace, Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, aged 84, on 
Monday, 15 October, bur. 
at Sutton Veny 20 October 
1883. Memorial Brass in 
the church at Sutton Veny. 
Will dated 2 January 1883, 
proved at Blandford, co. 
Dorset, 26 November 1883, 
by the Rev. Arthur Joseph 
Everett, son, and the Rev. 
Henry Everett Ravenhill, 
two of the Exors. 




From a letter dated " Heytesbury, 9th Aug. 1839." 



Lucy Frances, born at Heytes- 
bury 2 May, bapt. there 21 
June 1831 ; died at Greenhill 
House, Sutton Veny, aged 37, 
on Saturday, 28 November, 
bur. at Sutton Veny 4 Decem- 
ber 1868. Memorial Window 
in the church at Sutton Veny. 
Will dated 5 June 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 765, 68) 
22 December 1868, by John 
Frederic Everett, brother, and 
William Waldron Ravenhill, 
Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. 



Rev. Canon Henry Everett Ravenhill (3rd= 
son of John Ravenhill of Ashton Gifford 
House, Codford, co. Wilts, J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Wilts, by Sophia Harriet his wife, 
dau. of John Richard Ripley of Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey) ; born at the Manor 
House, Warminster, co. Wilts, 27 October, 
bapt. there 20 December 1831 ; educated 
at Warminster Grammar School 1841-44, 
Marlborough College 1845-51, and at 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 May 1851, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858; 
Vicar of Buckland Newton-cum-Plush, 
CO. Dorset, i860 to 1907, Rural Dean of 
Whitchurch (Ceme Portion) 1882 to 1906, 
Canon of Salisbury from 1889. 



=Emma Harriet, 
born at Heytes- 
bury 18 August, 
bapt. there 9 No- 
vember 1832 ; 
marr. at Sutton 
Veny on Tues- 
day, 1 7 April 
1866. 



Colonel John Frederic Everett (V.D.) of Salisbury, formerly of Greenhill= 
House, Sutton Veny, and Upton I.ovel Manor, all co. \Vilts ; born at 
Heytesbury, co. Wilts, 17 October, bapt. there 31 December 1834; 
educated at Winchester; entered the Army as Ensign 13th (Prince 
Albert's) Light Infantry 14 May 1853, Lieutenant 13 February 1855, 
Captain 25th (The King's Own Borderers) Foot 31 January i860; 
Hon. Colonel The Uuke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire) Regiment 13 March 
1886; served in the Crimea from 30 June 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya and the siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with clasp 
and Turkish rnedal) ; in the Indian Mutiny August 1857 to 1859, 
including the relief of Azimghur 6 April 1858, and subsequent actions 
at Hurreah, Ueburreah, Doomureahgunge, Toolsepore and Bootwab 
25 and 28 March 1859 (medal); J.P. for co. Wilts; died at The Close, 
Salisbury, aged 68, on Thursday, 14 May, bur. at Sutton Veny on 
Saturday, 16 May 1903. Portraits of him and his wife, by Frank 
Brooke, in the possession of his widow. 




=Mary Florence, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Fowle of Chute 
Lodge, formerly of 
Chute Forest, CO. Wilts, 
by Mary Amelia his 
wife, dau. of William 
Everett of Belsize 
Park, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex ; born at 
Chute Forest 30 
April, bapt. at Chute 
6 July 1843 ; marr. at 
Upper Chute (by the 
Rev. Arthur Joseph 
Everett) on Thursday, 
15 October 1863. 



John Lawrence=rMila, daughter 



Everett of Car- 
diff, CO. Glamor- 
gan ; bom at 
Quebec, Canada, 
on Thursday, 25 
August, bapt. 
there 22 Septem- 
ber 1864; educa- 
ted at Winchester. 



of James Cox 
of Frome, co. 
Somerset ; born 
at Frome 20 
February 1859; 
marr. at Brigh- 
ton 29 February 
1884; died at 
Cardiff 3 Oc- 
tober 1909, bur. 
there. 



Henry Josejjh Everett, born at Greenhill House, Sutton 
Veny, on Monday, 5 March, bapt. at Sutton Veny 1 1 April 
1866 ; educated at Charterhouse and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst, Graduate of the Staff College ; entered 
the .Army as Lieutenant The Prince Albert's (Somersetshire 
Light Infantry) 5 February 1885, Captain 14 January 1892, 
Major by brevet 29 November 1900, Major 3 January 1906; 
D.A.A.G., Straits Settlements, 8 January 1903 to 31 March 
1903, D.A.Q.M.G. I April 1903 to 31 October 1905, 
D.A.A. and Q.M.G. i November 1905; served in South 
African War 1899-1902, as Special Service Officer; 
Adjutant 4th Regiment Mounted Infantry 7 February 
to 6 April 1900, at relief of Kimberley, operations in 
the Orange Free State February to May 1900, including 
operations at Paardeberg (17 to 26 P^bruary), actions at 
Poplar Grove, Vet River (5 and 6 May), and Zand River ; 
in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 
June); in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, July to 29 
November 1900, including actions at Belfast (26 and 
27 August); in the Transvaal January to April 1901, July 
1901, March 1902 and May 1902; in the Orange River 
Colony June 1901 to January 1902 and February to May 
1902 ; in Cape Colony January to February 1902 (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette," brevet of Major, Queen's 
medal with five clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 



Lawrence Victor 
Everett, born at 
Preston, co. Sus- 
sex, 28 July 1885. 



I 
Cecily Mila Frances, 
born at Preston 20 
July 1886, bapt. there 
4 September 1887. 



Frank Percival Everett 
(twin with Bertie John) ; 
born at Preston 8 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 27 
April 1890. 



Bertie John Everett 
(twin with Frank Perci- 
val) ; born at Preston 8 
January, bapt. there 27 
April 1890. 



Rev. Arthur Joseph Everett, born at Heytesbury, co. Wilts,= 
21 January, bapt. there 31 March 1837; educated privately and at 
Clare College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1856, 
B.A. i860, M.A. 1865 ; Vicar of Berry Pomeroy, co. Devon, 
1862-95, Rector of Sutton Veny, co. Wilts, 1895-1907 ; died at 
Sutton Veny 18 March, bur. there 21 March 1907. Will dated 23 
March 1886, with three codicils dated respectively 2 February 1891, 
5 December 1892 and 11 December 1903, proved at Salisbury 
25 April 1907, by Mary Lily Everett, relict, and Edward Heath 
Everett, the Eicors. Memorial Windows in the church at Berry 
Pomeroy and at Sutton Veny. 



4]JlAAy\j myiok 



Mary Lily, of Devizes, 
CO. Wilts, eldest dau. of 
Edward Heath of Liver- 
pool, J. P., by Ann his 
wife, elder dau. of Wil- 
liam Orchard Gwyer of 
Redcliffe Hill, Bristol; 
born at Everton, co. Lan- 
caster, II May, bapt. 
there 8 June 1841 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Everton, on Wednesday, 
24 September 1862. 



Lily Alice May, 
born at the 
Vicarage, Berry 
Pomeroy, on 
Tuesday, 7 July, 
bapt. at Berry 
Pomeroy 1 1 
August 1863. 



Edward Heath Everett, = 
bom at the Vicarage, 
Berry Pomeroy, on Satur- 
day, 9 July, bapt. at 
Berry Pomeroy 14 August 
1864; educated at Totnes 
Grammar School and at 
Marlborough College. 



■Frances Alice, youngest dau. of the Rev. Anthony 
William Loveband of Weston House, Berry 
Pomeroy, Lord of the Manor of Bradwell, North 
Devon, by Phillis Jane his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. William Edgcombe, Rector of Thombury, 
CO. Devon ; born at Swinbridge, co. Devon, 1 7 
June, bapt. there 11 July 1861 ; marr. at Instow, 
North Devon (by her brother, the Rev. Matthew 
Thomas Loveband, assisted by the Rev. Arthur 
Joseph Everett), on Tuesday, 9 June 1891. 



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Francis William Everett, born 
at Greenhill House, Sutton 
Veny, on Friday, 29 March, 
bapt. at Sutton Veny 30 April 
1867; educated at Winchester; 
died at 37 Grove Place, 
Penarth, co. Glamorgan, aged 
38, on Sunday, 28 May, bur. 
at Sutton Veny i June 1905. 
Memorial Window in All 
Saints' Church, Penarth. 



Captain Allan Frederic Everett,= 
R.N.; bom at Greenhill House, 
Sutton Veny, on Saturday, 22 
Februar)', bapt. at Sutton Veny 
22 April 1868; entered the 
Royal Navy as a Cadet 15 July 
1 88 1, Sub-Lieutenant 14 May 
1888, Lieutenant 30 June 1891, 
Commander 30 June 1901, 
Captain 31 December 1905. 



iMichaelangela Katherine, only 
surviving dau. of Captain 
George Lyon Carr, R.N., by 
Marie Therese his wife, dau. of 
Pietro Quartano di Calogeras, 
Barrister-at-Law; born 15 July, 
bapt. at St. Jude's, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, 20 July 1872 ; 
marr. at Salisbury Cathedral 
on Tuesday, 13 June 1899. 



Michael Allan Everett, born at 
4 Ashburton Road, Southsea, 
on Wednesday, 13 August, 
bapt. at St. Jude's, Southsea, 
2 November 1902. 



Francis Douglas Everett, bom at 
4 Western Parade, Southsea, on 
Monday, 31 August, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, Southsea, 18 November 
1908. 



Charles Pell Heigham (son of George Thomas Heigham of= 
Houghton Hall, co. SuflTolk, Captain 4th Dragoon Guards, 
by Mary Anne Elizabeth his wife, dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Hasted, Rector of Horringer, co. Suffolk); born at Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 17 November, bapt. at St. 
James', Bury St. Edmunds, 13 December 1836; entered 
the Army as Ensign 25th (The King's Own Borderers) 
Foot 29 February 1856, Lieutenant 17 November 1857, 
retired as Captain ; died suddenly at Llandaff, co. 
Glamorgan, aged 41, on Tuesday, 4 June 1878, bur. 
there. Will dated 23 September 1875, with codicil dated 
20 June 1876, proved at Llandaff 2 August 1878, by Mary 
Annabella Heigham, relict, and the Rev. Arthur Linzee 
Chatterton Heigham, brother, two of the Exors. 



=Mary Annabella, bom at Heytes- 
bury, CO. Wilts, 18 July, bapt. 
there 28 August 1838 ; marr. at 
Sutton Veny, co. Wilts (by her 
brother, the Rev. Arthur Joseph 
Everett), on Tuesday, 9 February 
1875 ; died suddenly at The 
Green, Llandaff, in her 70th year, 
on Wednesday, 5 February, bur. 
at Llandaff 10 February 1908. 
Memorial Window in the church 
at Sutton Veny. Will dated 6 
August 1907, proved at Llandaff 
in March 1908, by Albert Nelson 
Everett, brother, the sole Exor. 



Arthur Francis Everett, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Berry Pomeroy, co. 
Devon, on Thursday, 
6 July, bapt. there 30 
July 1865 ; died at 
the Vicarage, Berry 
Pomeroy, aged 5 weeks, 
on Monday, 14 Au- 
gust 1865, bur. at 
Berry Pomeroy. 



Arthur Braithwaite 
Everett, born at 
the Vicarage, Berry 
Pomeroy, on Fri- 
day, 31 August, 
bapt. at Berry 
Pomeroy 30 Sep- 
tember 1866; died 
there, aged 1 1 
months, on Sunday, 
25 August F867. 



Ernest Fortescue=j=Gertrude Thornton, youngest 



Everett, born at 
the ^'icarage, 

Berry Pomeroy, 
on Saturday, 18 
January, bapt. at 
Berry Pomeroy 
16 February 1868; 
educated at the 
Grammar School, 
Totnes, and at 
Marlborough Col- 
lege ; Electrical 
Engineer. 



dau. of Charles Henry Green 
of Westoe, co. Durham, by 
Mary Isabella Agnes his 
wife, dau. of John de WheljJ- 
dale Salmon of Witton le 
Wear, co. Durham; born at 
Westoe 10 January, bapt. 
there 2 March 1 868 ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Portland, 
Oregon, U.S.A., on Tuesday, 
16 October 1900. 



Edward Newbey Everett, born at 
New Denver, British Columbia, 1 1 
February, bapt. at Sutton Veny 
28 September 1902. 



Gertrude Frances, born at St. Dennis, 
CO. Cornwall, 18 May, bapt. at 
Sutton Veny 27 December 1903. 



Bertie Edward Raymond Everett, born 
at Greenhill House, Suttcjn Veny, 
on Friday, 26 May, bapt. at Sutton 
Veny 23 June 1871 ; educated at 
Charterhouse. 



Victor Heigham Everett, born at Greenhill House, 
Sutton Veny, on Thursday, 29 June, bapt. at Sutton 
Veny 13 August 1876; educated at Marlborough 
College; died at Kingston, Jamaica, aged 21, on 
Saturday, 25 September 1897, bur. there. 



Alice, eldest surviving dau. of Captain=i=Albert Nelson Everett=l 



Thomas Preston, R.N., of Lowestoft, 
CO. Suffolk, by Caroline his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Robert Rolfe of Saham 
Toney, co. Norfolk ; born at Lowestoft 
19 January, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lowestoft, 2 April 1843 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Paddington, London, on 
Tuesday, 26 June 1866; died at 
St. Katharine's, Bedford, aged 42, on 
Thursday, 21 May 1885, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bedford, ist wife. 



of Bedford ; bom at 
Heytesbury, co. Wilts, 
27 February, bapt. 
there 18 June 1840 ; 
educated at Rugby ; 
admitted a Solicitor 
Easter Term, 1864. 



Sarah Ann, 2nd dau. of William 
Brown of Winterbourne Stoke, 
CO. ^Vilts, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Christopher Ingram of 
Countess Amesbury, co. Wilts ; 
born at Winterbourne Stoke 
2 April, bapt. there 3 May 
1841 ; marr. at St. Martin's, 
Salisbury, co. Wilts (by the 
Rev. Arthur Joseph Everett), 
on Saturday, 16 April 1887. 
2nd wife. 



Alice Marguerite, born at 
Seamoor House, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on 
Tuesday, 3 December 
1867, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, 12 January 
1868. 



Raymond Rolfe Everett, born= 
at Lowestoft on Thursday, 23 
September, bapt. at Fisherton 
Delamere, co. Wilts, 30 No- 
vember 1869; educated at 
Llandaff, Shaftesbury, and at 
Bedford. 



=Ethel Constance, dau. of Jean 
H. Lemaire ; born at Louisana, 
near New Orleans, U.S.A., 4 
January 1875; marr. at Kansas 
City, Missouri, U.S.A., 5 January 
1893 ; died at Warunsburg, 
Missouri, 11 February 1900, bur. 
at Kansas City. 



John Lloyd Everett, born 5 December 
1893, bapt. at Kansas City; educated 
at Independence, Brookfield and St. 
Louis, all Missouri, U.S.A. 



Constance Alice, born 14 April 
189s, bapt. at Kansas City; 
educated at Independence and 
at Los Angeles, California, 
U.S.A. 



Violet Ethel, bom 29 
August 1897, bapt. 
at Kansas City; died 
there 13 May 1902. 



Cyril Ravenhill 
Everett, bom at 
the Vicarage, 
Berry Pomeroy, 
CO. Devon, on 
Saturday, 17 Ap- 
ril, bapt. at Berry 
Pomeroy 1 1 May 
1869; educated 
at the Grammar 
School, Totnes, 
and at Newton 
College, South 
Devon. 



Arthur Sherman Everett, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Berry Pomeroy, on 
Sunday, 9 April, bapt. 
at Berry Pomeroy 1 1 
May 187 1 ; educated at 
the Grammar School, 
Totnes, and at Newton 
College, South Devon ; 
Sanitary Engineer and 
Surveyor, Professional 
Associate Surveyors' 
Institution, Member of 
Society of Engineers. 



Maurice Septimus= 
Gwyer Everett ; 
born at the 
Vicarage, Berry 
Pomeroy, on Wed- 
nesday, 19 March, 
bapt. at Berry 
Pomeroy i May 
1873; educated at 
Newton College, 
South Devon. 



=I=E verilda Mary, dau. of Matthew 
Marwood Willis of Whitby, co. 
York, by Everilda Amelia his 
wife, dau. of Joshua Rawdon 
of Larchwood, Rock Ferry, co. 
Chester ; born at Rock Ferry 
31 March, bapt. there 8 May 
1868; marr. at Highmore, co. 
Oxford (by her brother, the 
Rev. Rawdon Marwood \\'illis, 
assisted by the Rev. Bernard 
Charles Spencer Everett), on 
Tuesday, 30 July 1907. 

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Francis Eustace 
Everett, bom at 
Heytesbury, co. 
AVilts, baptised 
there 6 Decem- 
ber, died there 1 3 
December 1841. 



William Waldron Ravenhill (5th son of John Raven-^ 
hill of Ashton Gifford House, Codford, co. Wilts, 
J.P. and D.L., by Sophia Harriet his wife, eldest dau. 
of John Richard Ripley of Clapham Common, co. 
Surrey) ; bom at the Manor House, Warminster, 
CO. Wilts, 27 February, bapt. there 4 May 1836; 
educated at the Grammar School, Warminster, at 
Marlborough College 1846-54, and at University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 22 June 1854; B.A. 
and M.A. 1861 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 
5 November 1858, called to the Bar 30 April 1862 ; 
Recorder of Andover 1872-98; Taxing Counsel to 
Ecclesiastic Commission 1886; died at Medbourne 
House, Surbiton, co. Surrey, aged 62, on Thursday, 
18 August, bur. at St. Mark's, Surbiton, on Saturday, 
20 August 1898. Will dated 14 April 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1162, 98) 19 October 1898, by Anna 
Louisa Ravenhill, relict, Henry Brockholes Thomas 
and John Ernest Gladstone, the Exors. A\ 



=Anna Louisa, bom 
at Heytesbury 16 
March, bapt. there 
6 June 1843; marr. 
at Sutton Veny 
(by her brother, 
the Rev. Arthur 
Joseph Everett), 
on Wednesday, 
6 June 1866. 



Basil Preston Everett,= 
bom at 4 Lansdowne 
Place East, Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Tuesday, 
3 October 187 1, bapt. 
there privately ; edu- 
cated at Llandaff and 
at Bedford ; Civil 
Engineer. 



=Gertrude May, 2nd dau. of Colonel Mark 
Algernon Chaldccott, R.A., of The Holmwood, 
CO. Surrey, by Lucy Marianne his wife, dau. of 
Henry Stanhope Illingworth, M.D., of Arlington 
Street, London ; born at Plumstcad, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 14 May 1872, bapt. at the Garrison 
Church, Woolwich ; marr. at St. Paul's, Bedford, 
on Wednesday, 6 June 1906. 



Amy Lilian, born at 
4 Lansdowne Place 
East, Bath, to. 
Somerset, on Friday, 
13 December 1872, 
bapt. at St. John'.s, 
Bailiwick, co. Somer- 
set, 2 February 1873. 



John Chaldecott Everett, born at 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, i July, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Bedford, 24 
August 1907. 



Thomas Preston Everett, born at 31 
Marlborough Mansions, Hampstead, on 
Tuesday, 4 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Bedford, on Tuesday, 13 July 1909. 



Rev. Bemard Charles Spencer Everett, born at=j=Mary, dau. of the Rev. Clement Reginald 



the Vicarage, Berry Pomeroy, co. Devon, on 
Thursday, 7 May, bapt. at Berry Pomeroy 16 June 
1874; educated at Newton College, South Devon, 
and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted i Oc- 
tober 1894, B.A. 1897, M.A. 1902; Stewart of 
Rannock Scholar (Sacred Music) 1896; Curate 
of Box, CO. Wilts, 1 899- 1 900, Minor Canon of 
St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 1901 ; licenced to 
officiate in the Diocese of Oxford, 1901. 



Tollemache, by Frances Josephine his 
wife, 3rd dau. of Henry Simpson of 
Seville, Portobello, co. Edinburgh ; born 
at Sitapore, Oudh, India, on Tuesday, 
16 November, bapt. there 30 November 
1869; marr. at St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Batheaston, co. Somerset (by the Rev. 
Arthur Joseph Everett), on Thursday, 
23 July 1903. 



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Albert Eric Everett of Hardenwick,=pOctavia Mabel, dau. of Joseph 



Harpenden, co. Hertford ; born at 
4 Lansdowne Place East, Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Friday, 17 July 1874, 
bapt. privately the next day, baptism 
registered at St. John's, Bathwick, 
CO. Somerset; educated at Bedford 
and at AV'orcester College, Oxford. 



Roscoe Allen of Lancaster ; 
born 8 August 1874, bapt. at 
Lancaster : marr. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Redhill, CO. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 2 January 1907. 



Robert Hugh Everett, 
born at Castle Hill 
House, Shaftesbury, 
CO. Dorset, on Friday, 
II February 1876, 
died the next day. 



Erica Mabel, bom at St. Andrew's, 
Harpenden, on Saturday, 30 No- 
vember 1907, bapt. privately at 
Harpenden. 



Harold Eric Roscoe Everett, bom at 
Hardenwick, Harpenden, on Friday, 
5 March, bapt. at the parish church, 
Harpenden, 31 March 1909. 



Helen Maud, born 
at Shaftesbury 24 
June, bapt. at St. 
James', Shaftes- 
bury, 19 August 
1877. 



George Eliot Everett, bom at 
Castle Hill House, Shaftes- 
bury, on Thursday, 10 
October, bapt. at St. James', 
Shaftesbury, 28 November 
1878; Member of the Insti- 
tute of Mechanical Engineers. 



Frances Sybil, born 
at Castle Hill House, 
Shaftesbury, on Friday, 
16 April, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Shaftesbury, 
18 May 1880. 



Bertha Katharine, 
bom at Shaftesbury 
22 July, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Shaftesbury, 6 Sej)- 
tember 1882. 



Leonard ^Villiam Dawson Everett, F.R.G.S. ; born 
at the Vicarage, Berry Pomeroy, co. Devon, on 
Sunday, 15 August, bapt. at Berry Pomeroy 9 Sep- 
tember 1875 > educated at Newton College, South 
Devon, and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Welsh Regi- 
ment 26 February 1896, Lieutenant 29 October 
1896, Captain 3 August 1902 ; employed with the 
6th Battalion King's African Rifles 28 February 1902 
to 25 March 1905 ; with Somaliland Militia 13 
December 1906 to 31 March 1908 ; with the 6th 
Battahon King's African Rifles from i April 1908; 
took part in the operations in Somaliland 1902- 
1904, being present at actions at Erigo (severely 
wounded) and JidbalH (clasp) ; employed with 
Intelligence Department from 13 November 1903 
(mentioned in despatches, Lieut. -Colonel Swayne, 
20 February,and General SirCharles Comyn Egerton 
30 May 1904, "London Gazette," 2 September 
1904, medal with two clasps). 



Lionel Decimus Long- 
croft Everett, bom at 
the Vicarage, Berry 
Pomeroy, on Sunday, 
17 June, bapt. at Berry 
Pomeroy 19 July 1877; 
educated at Newton 
College, South Devon ; 
entered the Wiltshire 
County Constabulary 
August 1895, resigned 
1908; appointed Chief 
Constable of the 
Borough of Preston, 
CO. Lancaster, May 
1908. 



Ethel Mary, born 
at the Vicarage, 
Berry Pomeroy, 
on Sunday, 13 
June, bapt. at 
Berry Pomeroy 
25 July 1880. 



Cjl^m4,*-^ (/?. C^xrxx-//^ . 



(S^rcIIier, 



Arms. — Azure in chief two roses in base a fleur-de-lis or. 
Crest. — A denii-eaglc displayed or. 



Pierre (Peter) Paul Grellier of Peckham, co. Surrey,' 
and of 20 Wormwood Street, in the City of I-ondon 
(2nd son of Gabriel Grellier, by Marie Anne Hebert 
his wife) ; born 18 March, bapt. privately 4 April 
1773, and registered at La Patente Church, Spital- 
fields, CO. Middlesex ; admitted a Freeman of the 
City of London, in the Company of Weavers, by 
patrimony 2 December 1794; died at 20 Wormwood 
Street, London, 11 December 1828, bur. at St. 
Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate Street, London. Mural 
Tablet on North wall of chancel. Will dated 17 
June 1828, proved (I'.C.C. 18 Liverpoul) 16 January 
1829, by Mary Grellier, relict and sole Executri.x. 



=Mary, eldest surviving dau. of James Louis 
Turquand {Silhouette in the possession of 
Hurley Mair Grellier) of Unicm Street, 
Spitalfields, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
John Vansommer of Spital Square, 
Spitalfields; born 30 October 1775, bapt. 
privately, and registered at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields; marr. i January 
1798; died at Croydon, co. Surrey, in 
her 80th year, 6 February 1855, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Croydon. M.L Silhouette 
in t/te possession of Harley Mair Grellier. 



Peter James Grellier of= 
Manchester; born 29 
September 1799; died 
at Manchester on Fri- 
day, 24 July 1840. 
Portrait in oils in the 
possession of Charles 
Norris of U'ythegate, 
Staines, co. Aliddlesex, 
and a Silhouette in the 
possession of Harley 
Mair Grellier. 



=Margaret Goodall of 
Kettering, co. North- 
ampton ; married i 
October 1822 ; died 
at Kettering on Sun- 
day, 19 September 
1847. Portrait in oils 
in the possession of 
Charles Norris, and a 
Silhouette in the pos- 
session of Harley Mair 
Grellier. 



Margaret Mary, bom 24 August 
1827; died unmarried at Putney, co. 
Surrey, 4 March 1879. Will dated 
10 August 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
237, 79) 15 March 1879, by Stephen 
Perceval Norris, the sole EXor. 



Richard (Jreilier of= 
Elm House, Lower 
Clapton, CO. Middle- 
sex ; born at Den- 
mark Hill, CO. 
Surrey, 4 July 1801 ; 
died at Elm House, 
Lower Clapton, in 
his 62nd year, on 
Tuesday, 9 June 
1863, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. Will 
dated 19 January 
1857, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 423, 63) 
16 July 1863, by 
F'rederic William 
Capper. 



=Mary Louisa, only dau. 
of James Peter Andr^, 
by Mar)' Anne his wife ; 
bom 19 July 181 1 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, co. Middle- 
sex, on Tuesday, 1 1 
September 1832 ; died 
at Elm House, Lower 
Clapton, in her 69th 
year, on Saturday, 1 Feb- 
ruary 1879. Adfiion 
(with will dated 24 Jan- 
uary 1 871) was granted 
at the Principal Registry 
4 April 1879, to Mary 
KleanorCapper, spinster, 
grand-daughter. 



.1 
Richard James Frederic William Capper of Elm^ 

Grellier, died. House, Lower Clapton (2nd 
aged I year, on son of John Capper of Crosby 
Thursday, 10 Square, London); born at Ley- 
March 1842, tonstone, co. Essex, 4 June 
bur. inHighgate 1830; died, aged 79, 19 Novem- 
Cemetery. ber, bur. in his father-in-law's 

grave in Highgate Cemetery 25 
November 1909. /f\ 



=Mary Louisa, born 
7 March 1835 ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Hackney, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Saturday, 
26 April 1856. 



Peter Paul Grellier, 
born at Lower Clap- 
ton on Saturday, 13 
November 1847; died 
on Friday, ro Decem- 
ber following, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery. 



Stephen Clark Norris=f=Mary, born 5 April 



(son of William 
Phillips Norns, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Stephen 
Clark) ; born 3 De- 
cember 1796; died at 
16 Blomfield Street, 
Finsbury Circus, co. 
Middlesex, in his 6ist 
year, on Tuesday, 
24 March 1857, bur. 
in Highgate Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middlesex. 
Will dated 29 June 
1846, proved (P.C.C. 
399. 57) 4 -May 1857, 
by Mary Norris, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



1803 ; niarr. at St. 
Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate, London, on 
Tuesday, 27 February 
182 1 ; died at 17 
Blessington Road, 
Lee, CO. Kent, aged 
67, on Wednesday, 
20 April 1870, bur. 
in Highgate Ceme- 
tery. Will dated 22 
June i860, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 361, 70) 
II May 1S70, by 
Stephen Perceval and 
Charles Norris, sons, 
the Exors. 



A 



John Grellier, eldest son= 
of John James Grellier, 
by Anne his wife, 3rd 
dau. of Leonard Tur- 
quand of Bishopsgate 
Street, London {see 
Pedigree of Turqiiaiid, 
Vol. 10, page 44) ; born 
1 1 November 1 804 ; 
died at Russell Cottage, 
Upper Tulse Hill, co. 
Surrey, in his 63rd year, 
on Monday, i April 
1867, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 10 October 
1850, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 361, 67) 4 May 
1867, by Charlotte 
Grellier, relict, one of 
the Exors. 



=Charlotte, bom 13 
February 1 805 ; marr. 
at St. James', Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1859; died s.p. 
at 4 ^Vlllow Grove, 
Chislehurst, co. Kent, 
in her 80th year, on 
Friday, 4 July 1884, 
bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery. M.L Will 
dated i October 
1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 637, 84) 4 Au- 
gust 1884, by Charles 
and Frederick Mans- 
field, nephews, the 
Exors. 



Rev. John Sam Ladds (eldest= 
son of John Ladds of Oakleigh, 
Mattock Lane, Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, by Ellen Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Richard Preston) ; 
born at 23 Artillery Place 
West, London, 16 September, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Old Street, 
London, 9 October 1844 ; 
educated at Bancroft's School 
1852-58, King's College, Lon- 
don, 1862-63, 3^nd at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matricula- 
ted Michaelmas Term, 1864, 
B.A. 1867, jSLA. 1871 ; ordained 
Deacon 22 December 1867, 
and Priest 20 December 1868; 
Curate of ^^'est Keal, co. 
Lincoln, 1867-72, of Diss, co. 
Norfolk, 1872-74, Chaplain 
Royal Navy 1874-77, Curate 
of I5urgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln, 
1877-79, Rector of West Keal 
since 1879. 



=Annie Amelia, 
bornat2oWorm- 
wood Street, 
London, on 
Tuesday, 28 Oc- 
tober 1845, bapt. 
at St. Ethel- 
burga'SjBishops- 
gate Street, 

London ; mar- 
ried at Christ 
Church, Brixton, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 10 
August 1869. 



William Grellier of 6 Queen===Ernestine Au- 
Anne's Gate, Westminster ; : gusta Doretta 

Friedricke Jo- 
hanna Emma, 
dau. of Franz 
von Schmidt of 
Parchim, Meck- 
lenburg Schwe- 
rin, Germany, by 
his wife, Louise 
Juliane Anna 
Elizabeth Caro- 
line Henrietta 
von Wickede ; 
bom at Crivitz, 
Germany, 29 
March 1855 ; 
marr. at Parchim 
on Saturday, 9 
May 1885. 



bom at 20 Wormwood 
Street, London, on Tues- 
day, 12 October 1847, 
bapt. at St. Ethelburga's, 
Bishopsgate Street, Lon- 
don ; Fellow Royal Institute 
of British Architects ; ap- 
pointed District Surveyor 
of Clapham, co. Surrey, in 
1888; Member of the Court 
of the Tylers' and Brick- 
layers' Company, Master 
in 1897 ; Assistant Grand 
Superintendent of Works, 
English Freemasons, May 
1909; a Director of the 
French Protestant Hos- 
pital, London, since 1878. 



A\ 



Ernest Franz Waldemar Grellier, bom at 
Mayfield, The Avenue, Surbiton, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 17 May 18S6, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Surbiton. 



William Grellier of 20 Wormwood Street, in the City of London ; born= 
at Peckham, co. Surrey, 24 May, bapt. at St. Giles', Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
24 June 1807; Royal Academy Silver Medallist (Architecture) 1826, 
Gold Medallist 1829 ; Author of the 1st premiated design for the 
re-building of the Royal Exchange, London, 1839; Hon. Secretary of 
the Architectural Society 1831, and of Royal Institute of Hritish 
Architects in 1842 ; District Surveyor of Whitechapel ; Member of 
the Court of the Tylers' and Bricklayers' Company, Master in 
1849, and a Member of the Weavers' Company ; died at 
20 Wormwood Street, London, aged 45, 
26 January, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 30 January 1S52. ISLL Will dated 
23 December 1S48, proved (P.C.C. 120, 52) 
19 February 1852, by Ann Grellier, relict, 
the sole E.xecutrix. 




=Ann, eldest dau. 
of Robert Harley 
Goodall, by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. 
of Simon Matthey 
of Artillery Place, 
London ; bom at 
Hornsey, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 26 February 
181 5 ; marr. at St. 
John'.s, Hackney, 
CO. Middlese.x, 14 
November 1844. 



Rev. Henry Grellier of Brae Side, Durban, Natal, South Africa ; born^ 
at 20 Wormwood Street, London, on Thursday, 8 March 1849, bapt. at 
St. Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate, London ; educated at St. Bees College, 
ist-class Prelim. T.E. 1887 ; ordained Deacon December 1887, and 
Priest 1888, by the Bishop of Manchester; Curate of Levenshulme, co. 
Lancaster, 1887-91, and of St. Luke's, Ramsgate, co. Kent, 1891-94, 
Priest-in-Charge at Pietersburg, Transvaal, South Africa, 1895-98, 
Rector of Middelburg, Transvaal, 1898- 1904, Licenced Preacher in the 
diocese of Natal since 1904. 



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=Janette, dau. of Peter 
Angus of Perth, by 
Barbara his wife, dau. 
of Hugh MacKay of 
Aberdeen ; born in 
Canada 26 June 1842 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, London, 
Canada, 26 Septem- 
ber 1873. 



Annie May, bom at St. 
Catherines, Ontario, Canada, 
9 May 1875, bapt. at St. 
George's, St. Catherines. 



Angus William Grellier, born 
at St. Catherines, Ontario, 
24 March 1877, bapt. at St. 
George's, St. Catherines ; 
died at Ramsgate 8 No- 
vember 1894, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ramsgate. 



Henry Harley (Jrellier, 
born at Si. Catherines, 
Ontario, 14 November 
1879, bapt. at St. 
George's, St. Cathe- 
rines ; educated at 
SouthEastern College 
(now St. Laurence 
College), Ramsgate ; 
of the Master's De- 
partment, Supreme 
Court, Natal, since 
1906. 



Archibald Mitchell= 
Campbell (youngest 
son of the Hon""' 
Archibald Mitchell 
Campbell of Lou- 
doun, Berea, Dur- 
ban, formerly a 
Member of the 
Legislative Council) ; 
born 30 December 
1882 ; educated at 
the Leys, Cambridge. 



=Helen Grace, born 
at Brixton, co. 
Surrey, 6 November 
1883, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Brixton ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Durban, Natal, on 
Wednesday, 1 4 Feb- 
ruary 1906. 



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Thomas Hyatt Mansfield (son of James Mansfield),=j=Harriott Sophia, bom George Robert 



born II August 1803; marr. zndly at St. Stephen's, 
Walbrook, London, 15 January 1858, Elizabeth, dau. 



24 August 
marr. at St. 



1 809 ; Grellier, bom 1 8 
Ethel- October 181 1 ; 



of Thomas Powell of 21 Finsbury Circus, London, burga's, Bishopsgate died unmarried 



who died at 4 ^Villow Grove, Chislehurst West, 1 Street, London, 

CO. Kent, in her 71st year, on Wednesday, Thursday, 9 April 

II June 1884, and was bur. in the churchyard 

of the Church of the Annunciation, Chislehurst. 

He died at 58 Doughty Street, Mecklenburgh Square, 

London, in his 74th year, on Wednesday, 1 5 November 

1876, and was bur. in Nonvood Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
M.L Will dated 8 March 1872, with codicil dated 
2 March 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 401, 77) 7 May 

1877, by Elizabeth Mansfield, relict, Charles Mansfield, 
son, and Frederick Wickings Smith, the Exors. /i\ 



1835; fiisd at Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, aged 
39, on Friday, i De- 
cember 1848, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery. 
M.I. ist wife. 



6 November 
1835- 



Harley Mair Grellier of St. Martin's Croft, Downside, Epsom, co. Surrey ;= 
born at 20 Wormwood Street, in the City of London, on Saturday, 
7 December 1850, bapt. at St. Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate Street, London, 
9 January 185 1 ; Fellow of the Surveyors' Institution; Freeman of the 
Weavers' Company, Liveryman of and Surveyor to the Tylers' and 
Bricklayers' Company. He marr. istly at St. John's, Brixton, co. 
Surrey, 13 July 1875, Alice Lavinia Taylor, who died at Bromley, 
CO. Kent, 14 October 1876. =j= 



Gabrielle, bom at Bromley 18 September, 
died 22 September 1876, bur. in the 
churchyard at Bromley. 



=Edith Louisa, dau 
of George Taylor 
of Loughborough 
Park, Brixton, by 
Marianne Leonard 
his wife ; bom 1 7 
March 1853, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, 
Denmark Hill, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at 
Neuchatel, Switzer- 
land, on Thursday, 
23 November 1882. 



I II I . 

Alice Maud, born Gordon Harley Grellier, Norman Grellier (twin Bemard GreUier (twm 

at Turner's Hill, born at Epsom on Mon- with Bemard), bom with Norman), bom 
CO. Sussex, on Mon- day, 16 March, bapt. at St. Martin's Croft, at St. Martin's Croft, 
day, 29 October at the parish church, Epsom, 17 October, Epsom, 17 October, 
1883, bapt. at All Epsom, 8 April 1885. bapt. at the parish bapt. at the parish 
Saints', Crawley church, Epsom, 4 De- church, Epsom, 4 De- 
Down, CO. Sussex. cember 1886. cember 1886. 



I 
Florence Marianne, bom at 

St. Martin's Croft, Epsom, 14 

October, bapt. at the parish 

church, Epsom, 24 November 

1888. 



Cecil Grellier, bom at St. 
Martin's Croft, Epsom, on 
Sunday, 10 August, bapt. at 
the parish church, Epsom, 
24 September 1890. 



Eva Mary, born at St. Martin's 
Croft, Epsom, 29 February, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Epsom, 9 May 1892. 



/^in4^rM.^e/<J^ 




Comber. 



Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 
4th, Or a fesse dancettee gules 
between three estoiles sable, 
Comber ; 2nd and 3rd, Argent 
a chevron sable between three 
thorn trees proper, Thornton. 

Crest. — A lynx's head couped 
sable charged with three bezants. 



William Turner Comber of Hooe, co.= 
Sussex, 3rd son of the Rev. Tiiomas 
Comber of East Newton, co. York, and 

Rector of Buckworth, co. Huntingdon, 
LL.D., by Mary his wife, dau. of William 
Brooke of Fieldhead and Dodworth, 
both CO. York (brother of the Rev. 
Thomas Comber, Rector of Oswaldkirk, 
CO. York, see Pedigree of Comber, Vol. 14, 
page ig, and brother of Andrew Comber 
of Liverpool, formerly of Manchester, see 
Vol. 7, page 14^) ; born at Buckworth 
13 July 1 77 1, bapt. there; Author of 
"An Enquiry into the State of National 
Subsistence," " Investigations as to the 
Working of the Corn Laws," and "A 
Review of Bank Currency"; died at Hooe 
on Friday, 14 September 1827, bur. there. 




{For earlier Pedigree, see " Notes " to 

"Visitation of England and Wales," 

Vol. 7, page 112.) 



=Jane Helen, eldest 
surviving dau. of Henry 
Castleman of the Royal 
Engineers, Deputy Bar- 
rack-Master-General, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
and sole heir of Lord 
Adam Gordon [3rd son 
of Cosmo George, 
3rd Duke of Gordon] ; 
marr. at Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 
27 March 181 9; died at 
\\'oodrings. Pinner, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednes- 
day, 22 October 1862, 
bur. at Pinner. \\\\\ 
dated 11 January J 858, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 653, 
62) 19 December 1862, by 
WiUiam Merritt Comber, 
one of the Exors. 



Henry Gordon Comber, born at Camberwell 17 February, bapt.= 
privately 14 March, and received into llie church 24 May 1820; 
in medical charge of an expedition fitted out by the Bolivian 
Government in 1845 for the exploration of the River 
Amazon and its tributaries ; died at La Paz, Bolivia, South America, 
28 February 1866. 



=Mathilde, dau. of Juan 
C. Chavez of Arica, 
South America ; marr. 
at Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 
29 March 1846. 



Helena, bom at Santa Cruz 5 November 1848; marr. at Corocoro, 
Bolivia, 25 May 1864, Edouard De Crept, who died at Tacna, Peru, 
South America, 7 May 1869. She died at Tacna 5 May 1S69. 

A 



Henry Comber, bom 
at Santa Cruz 13 
February 1850; died 
there 2 September 
1857. 



William Merritt Comber of Chester ;= 
bom at Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
14 February, bapt. there 27 
March 1821 ; died at Chester 
22 October 1882, bur. in the 
cemetery at Chester. 




Signature to a letter dated 28 August 1882. 



Charlotte Henrietta, 2nd and only surviving dau. of John 
Hope Johnstone of Annandale Lodge, Camberwell, of the 
Hon*''^ East India Co.'s Senice, by Harriet Mary Saunders 
his wife, dau. of Henry Castleman of the Royal Engineers, 
Deputy Barrack-Master-General; bom in London 28 August 
1831 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Stock well, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 12 August 1857; died at Chester 30 
December 1893. Will dated 7 August 1890, proved at 
Chester 22 Febmary 1895, by Henry Lee Comber and 
James Rowe Wandesford Comber, sons, the Exors. 



William Brooke Comber 
of Antofagasta, Chile, 
South America; bom at 
Chester on Sunday, 9 
January, bapt. at St. 
Bridget's, Chester, 13 
February 1859; marr. 21 
December 1893, Sara, 
Valdes of Santiago, 
Chile. =r 



Henry Lee Comber of Eccles,=j=Annie Grace, dau. of Captain Henry 



CO. Lancaster (twin with 
Caroline Henrietta) ; bom 
at Chester on Sunday, 26 
February i860, bapt. at St. 
Bridget's, Chester ; Assistant 
District Manager London 
and North-Westem Railway 



Boyes Johnstone of Kirklington, co. 
York, R.N., by Anne Alderson his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Carlisle Bamlett of 
Middleton Tyas, co. York ; bom at 
Middleton Tyas 17 January i86o, 
bapt. there ; marr. at Kirklington on 
Wednesday, 4 December 1889. ^'^ 
Company. 2'.M'i'/^.i^,«^j*W -^^^v^, /Aut^wi^, ya^ .--^^ //.^^^^/^^ 

^ ' Henr)' Merritt Comber, born 9 December— -^^k-"^* /^..^^ .,<i^ y<^ 



1892, bapt. at All Saints', Harlesden, co. 
Middlesex. 






Guillermo Armando Comber, born at 
Iquique, Chile, 27 December 1894; died 
during the earthquake at Valparaiso in 
August 1905. 



George Edward Comber, 
bom at \'alparaiso 16 
Februar)' 1904. 



Henry Wandesforde 
Comber, born 29 
April 1905. 



Charles Frederick Comber, born at Santa Cmz,=T=Josefina, dau. of I'.Ianuel Tomas Alcalde, 



Bolivia, South America, 3 February 1852 ; died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 44, on Saturday, 28 
August, bur. in the Catholic Cemetery, Bournemouth, 
I September 1897. 



Charles Henry Comber, 
born at Antofagasta 27 
August, bapt. there 12 
September 1877. 



by Carmen Talavera his wife ; born at 
Cobija, Bolivia, 25 April 1859; marr. 
at Antofagasta, Chile, 26 August 1876. 



Thomas Arthur Comber, bom 
at Carmen Alto, Bolivia, 24 
November 1878, bapt. at 
Antofagasta 4 January 1879. 



William George Comber, bom at 
Santiago, Chile, 30 July, bapt. 
there 3 September 1884 : Assoc. 
M. Inst. C.E. 



13 



Jane Harriet, bom 27 March 1822 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Everton, co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 22 July 1847, 
Joseph Jones (2nd son of Joseph Jones of Upton, 
CO. Chester, by Mary his wife) ; born 8 November 
1818. She died 6 December 1897, and was bur. at 
Wallasey, co. Chester. Will dated 29 May 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 53, 98) 7 January 1898, by Thomas 
Ashcroft Potter and Frank Uzzell, the Exors. 



I I 
Brooke Comber, bom 16 June 1824; 
died unmarried at West Mailing, 
CO. Kent, 25 October 1847. 



George John Comber, bom at Bex- 
hill, CO. Sussex, 14 August 1825; 
died unmarried at Chuquisaca, 
Bolivia, South America, 24 October 
1847. 



I I 
Caroline Henrietta 
(twin with Henry 
Lee) ; bom at 
Chester on Sunday, 
26 February i860 ; 
died 10 January 
1 86 1, bur. in the 
cemetery at Chester. 



Helen Caroline, 
bom at Chester 
4 May 1861, bapt. 
at St. Bridget's, 
Chester. "^-Ic^ ^y- 

CU*iUi/>^cAJAn^ Co . 



Thomas Gordon 
Comber of Chile, 
South America ; 
born at Chester 
on Thursday, 12 
June 1862, bapt. 
at St. Bridget's, 
Chester. 5. iv — ^' 



James Rowe Wandes-=i 
forde Comber, bom at 
Woodridings, Pinner, 
CO. Middlesex, on Sun- 
day, 27 September 
1863, bapt. at Pinner; 
General Manager of 
the Government Rail- 
way, Sierra Leone. ^«W 



=Alison Shepherd, only dau. of 
ThomasMay of Walton Inferior, 
CO. Lancaster, F..S.A. Scot., 
by his wife Helen Rutherford, 
of Edinburgh ; bom at 
Halifax, co. York, 9 April 
1873 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Warrington, co. Lancaster, 25 
November 1902. 



I 
Helen May, born at 
Lower Walton, co. 
Chester, 18 May, 
bapt at Stockton 
Heath, co. Chester, 
6 July 1904. 



Alison Faith (twin with 
Thomas Gordon), born 
at Lonmay, Lower 
Walton, 20 February, 
bapt. at Stockton 
Heath i April 1908. 



Thomas Gordon Comber 
(twin with Alison Faith), 
born at Lonmay, Lower 
Walton, 20 February, 
bapt. at Stockton Heath 
I April 1908. 



Rosaura, bom at Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 
South America, 9 May, and died 
there 31 May 1856. 



Margaret, born at Corocoro, Bolivia, 
15 August, died there 15 November 
1858. 



Enriqueta, born at Corocoro, Bolivia, 
19 February i860. 



Clementina, bom at Corocoro, 
Bolivia ; died there 20 April i860. 



Jane, born at 
Corocoro, Bolivia, 
1 2 May, died there 
16 June 1866. 



«4 



Thomas Denison Comber of Sudbury Lodge, Sudbury, co. Middlesex,- 
formerly of Valparaiso, Chile ; bom at Hooe, co. Sussex, 24 October 1827 ; 
died at Ealing, co. Middlesex, in his 69th year, on Saturday, 1 1 January, 
bur. at Wembley, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 15 January 1896, after a 
service at St. Stephen's, Ealing. Will dated 7 August 1893, proved j 
(Prin. Reg., 356, 96) ii April 1896, by Margarita Maxwell Comber, 
relict, and Henrj' Gordon Comber, son, the Exors. 



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=Margarita Maxwell, 
dau. of Peter King of 
Valparaiso, by Jane 
Finlayson Graham 
his wife ; bom at 
Valparaiso 1 2 De- 
cember 1837 ; marr. 
at the British Con- 
sulate, Arica, Peru, 
15 January 1859. 



Helen Jane, born at 
Tacna, Peru, 20 No- 
vember 1859, bapt. 
there 5 June i860. 



George \\'a3hington 
Comber, born at 
Tacna, Peru, 12 May 
1861 ; died at Val- 
paraiso 20 May 1866, 
bur. there. 



Mary Castleman, born at 
Valparaiso 8 December 1862, 
bapt. at the English Church, 
Valparaiso, 8 .March 1863. 

Thomas Vance Comber, born 
at Valparaiso 18 August 
1864; died at Valparaiso 10 
January 1890, bur. there. 



Margarita Harrington, bom at Valparaiso 
23 May, bapt. at the English Church, 
Valparaiso. 30 September 1866 ; marr. at 
Iquique, Chile, on Sunday, 19 August 
1888, Henry Giles Daubeny of Val- 
paraiso, elder son of Henry Daubeny 
of San Remo, Italy, M.D. 



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Edith Dennett, bom at Valparaiso 21 
February, bapt. at the English Church, 
Valparaiso, 14 May 1868. 3 -^x:^ ^i ^/Uz/ 



Henrietta Mary, born at Pinner, co. 
Middlesex, 21 November 1864, bapt. 
there ; died at 35 Alexandra Road, 
South Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 17 
July 1900, bur. in the cemetery at 
Pinner. Will dated 9 May 1900, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1379, 1900) 15 October 
1900, by Emily Beatrice Comber, 
spinster, sister, one of the Executri.xes. 



Frank Preston Comber 
of Cavehill, Belfast, 
Ireland ; born at \\'ood- 
ridings. Pinner, 23 
November 1865, bapt. 
at Pinner 8 February 
1866; General Manager 
Cavehill Light Railway 
Company. 



=Clara Caroline, 2nd dau. 
of William Thompson of 
Southport, CO. Lancaster, 
by Clara his wife, dau. of 
\\'illiam Gardiner ; bom 
at Everton, co. Lancaster, 
5 July 1866 ; marr. at 
St. Philip's, Southport, 14 
November 1890. 



Clare Henrietta, born 
at Liverpool 31 May, 
bapt. at Walton-on- 
the-Hill, CO. Lancaster, 
12 June 1892. *«.o»»».'^ 



William Comber, 
born at Aintree, 
Liverpool, and 
died there in 
November 1896. 



Ena, born at South- 
port 20 November 
1897, bapt. at St. 
Philip's. Southport, 
I January 1898. 



Robert Henry Johnstone 
Comber, born at Peter- 
borough, CO. Northampton, 
3 August, bapt. at All 
Saints', Peterborough, 1 2 
September 1905. 



Henry Gordon Comber, 
born at Valparaiso, Chile, 
lo November 1869, bapt. 
at the English Church, 
Valparaiso, 27 February 
1870; educated at Marl- 
borough and at Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 21 October 
1890, B.A. 1893, M.A. 
1897, Fellow, Treasurer, 
and Assistant Tutor of 
Pembroke College. 



Hugh Dcnison 
Comber, born 
at Valparaiso i 
October 187 i ; 
died at Val- 
paraiso 23 Feb- 
ruary 1873, 
bur. there. 



Peter Graham= 
ComberofShen- 
field, CO. Essex ; 
born at Val- 
paraiso 22 June, 
bapt. at the 
English Church, 
\'alparaiso, 6 
November 1874. 



=Henrietta Catherine, d;ui. of the 
Rev. Charles Randall Bradburne, 
Vicar of Sheriffhales, co. Salop ; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex (by her brother, 
the Rev. Thomas William 
Bradburne), on Saturday, 16 
July 1904. 




Catherine Margaret, born at 
Harrow, co. Middlesex, 8 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Harrow, 18 November 1905. 



MaryGraham,born at Harrow 
5 August, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Harrow, 7 September 
1907. 



Thomas Graham Comber (twin 
with Henry Graham), born at 
Shenfield 26 June, bapt. at 
Hutton, CO. Essex, 7 August 

1909. _ 

Henry Graham Comber (twin 
with Thomas Graham), born 
at Shenfield 26 June, bapt. at 
Hutton 7 August 1909. 






I 

: Blanche Ethel, 
born at Val- 
paraiso 3 March, 
bapt. at the 
English Church, 
Valparaiso, 21 
May 1 87 7; marr. 
Joseph Byer, ■»/ 

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Juanita Maxwell (twin with Alice Spencer) ; born 
at Valparaiso 23 June, bapt. at the English Church, 
Valparaiso, n August 1880; marr. at Wembley, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 20 Se])tember 1906, 
Thomas Phillips of Sudbury Lawn, Honiton, co. 
Devon, M.A., LL.B., eldest son of Thomas Henry 
Phillips of Malvern, co. Worcester. 



Kathleen Alice, born at Chester 
13 July, died there 14 October 
1867, bur. in the cemetery at 
Chester. 



Blanche Josephine Frideswytha, 
born 5 October 1869 ; died at 
Chester 3 May 1873, bur. in the 
cemetery at Chester. 



Emily Beatrice, 
born at Chester 
1 7 December 
1870, bapt. at 
Hoole, CO. Lan- 
caster. 

: .• t. -, I 
tl 



Alice Spencer (twin 
with Juanita Maxwell); 
born at Valparaiso 23 
June, bapt. at the 
English Church, Val- 
paraiso, 1 1 August 
1880. A»«*y- ^,,J^»^ £4 

'■■ dau. of 



Harold Castleman=j=Mary, only 

John De Vayncs of 
Liverpool, by Mary 
his wife ; marr. at 
Heaton, CO. Northum- 
berland, 16 August 
1 904. 2c.,/ .•„ /^ix*^^ 



Comber of Killing- 
worth Road, South 
Gosforth,co. North- 
umberland ; born at 
Chester 23 August 
1873, bapt. at All 
Saints', Chester. ^ 







16 






WALSINGHAM. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Barry of six argent and 

azure in chief three annulets gules. 
Crest. — A wyvern's head couped or. 

Supporters.— On either side a wyvern reguardant argent collared azure 
chained or on the breast three annulets gules. 

Motto. — Excitari non hebescere. 



Mlalsingljam. 



Thomas de Grey, Baron AValsingham of Walsingham, co.=^ 
Norfolk (younger son of Thomas, 2nd Baron Walsingham [se/; j 
"Afemorial Jiings," No. lOOi, page 326], by the Hon''''-' Augusta 
Georgiana Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of William, ist 
Baron Boston); born lo April, bapt. at the parish church, j 
Marylcbone, London, 8 May 1778 ; educated at Eton and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1799; Rector of | 
Merton, co. Norfolk, 180-5, Fawley, co. Hants, 1806, Calbourne, 
Isle of Wight, 1807, Prebendary of Winchester 1807, Archdeacon 
of Surrey 1814 until his death; succeeded his brotlier (Jeorge as 
4th Baron 26 April 1831 (who with Matilda his wife, eldest dau. 1 
of Paul Cobb Methuen of Corsham, co. Wilts, was burnt to j 
death at their house in Harley Street, London) ; died at ' 
Merton Hall, co. Norfolk, in his 62nd year, on Sunday, ! 
8 September 1839, bur. at Merton. Will dated 8 July 1836, 1 
proved (P.C.C. 727 Vaughan) 4 November 1839, by Thomas, 
Baron Walsingham, son, one of the Exors. 



'Elizabeth, sister of 
Francis, 6th Earl of 
Guilford, youngest dau. 
of the Rt. Rev. the Hon"*'* 
Brownlow North, Bishop 
of Winchester, by Henri- 
etta Maria his wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
John Bannister; born 26 
October 1776; married 
at Winchester Mouse, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
12 August 1802; died 
in Up[)er Portland Place, 
London, in her 6yth 
year, on Thursday, 8 Alay 
1845, bur. at Merton. 



Richard Heber Wrightson of Cusworth Park and of Warmsworth= 
Hall, both CO. York (3rd son of William Wrightson of Cusworth, 
High Sheriff for co. York 1819, by Henrietta his 2nd wife, 
dau. and coheir of Richard Heber of Marton) ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823, \LA. 1826; Barrister-at-Law ; 
Captain ist West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry; marr. 2ndly at the 
parish church, Marylebone, London, on Thursday, 28 June 1877, 
Alhinia, 3rd dau. of Inigo Freeman Thomas (formerly Freeman) of 
Ratton, CO. Sussex, J. P., D.L. and M.P., by the Hon'''"= Frances Anne 
his wife, eldest dau. of George, Viscount Midleton {see "Notes" lo 
and Wales," Vol. 6, page /j) ; she died s.p. at 34 Great Cumberland 
86th year, on Sunday, 6 January 1895. He died s.p. at Cusworth 
September 189 1, and was bur. at Cusworth. 



Elizabeth Augusta, born 
at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, 26 June 1803 ; 
marr. 13 August 1832 ; 
died on Monday, 22 
February 1875, bur. at 
Cusworth. 



" Visita/ion of England 
Place, London, in her 
Park on Saturday, 12 



Thomas de Grey, Baron Walsingham of= 
Walsingham, co. Norfolk, LL. D., F.R.S. ; 
born in Stanhope Street, Mayfair, 
London, 29 July 1843; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1861, 
B.A. 1865, M.A. 1870; M.P. for West 
Norfolk 1865 until his succession as 
6th Baron 31 December 1870; a Lord-in- 
Waiting 1874-75 ! Trustee of the British 
Museum, the Hunterian Museum, and 
the Lawes Agricultural Trust (President 
1889-90); Hon. LL. D.Cambridge 1891 ; 
High Steward of Cambridge University 
1 89 1, and of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, 
since 1894; J. P. and I).L. for co. Nor- 
folk, and late Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions. 



=Augusta Selina Elizabeth, only child of William 
Locke of Naples, Italy; marr. 19 March 1877. She 
marr. isily at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, 7 October 
1849, Ernest FitzRoy Neville, Lord Burghesh (2nd 
son of General John, 1 ith Earl of Westmoreland, P.C., 
G.C.B.), who died s.p., aged 27, on Wednesday, 22 
January 185 1 ; and 2ndly at St. James', Westminster, 31 
August 1854, Luigi ("aracciolo. Due de Santo Tcodoro, 
which marriage was dissolved at her suit in the English 
Court in November 1876. She died at Eaton House, 
Eaton Square, London on Sunday, 4 November, and 
was bur. at Merton on Wednesday, 7 November 
1906. Memorial Service at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, the same day. W'ill dated 7 February 1902, 
with three codicils dated respectively 20 May 1902, 
14 December 1903 and 26 February 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 120, 1906) 18 December 1906, by Robert 
Dixon and Henry James ToUemache, the Exors. 



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Augusta Louisa, eldest= 
dau. of Sir Robert 
Frankland (afterwards 
Frankland-Russell), of 
Thirkleb)', North Riding, 
CO. York, 7th Baronet, 
by Louisa Anne his 
wife, 3rd dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. Lord George 
Murray, Bishop of 
St. David's ; inarr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 6 Au- 
gust 1S42 ; died at her 
father's residence in 
Cavendish Square, Lon- 
don, 28 April 1844, 
bur. at Merton. Admon 
was granted 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1849, to Thomas, 
Baron W'alsingham, the 
husband, ist wife. 



=Thomas de Grey, Baron Walsing-= 
ham of Walsingham, co. Norfolk; 
born at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 6 July 
1804; educated at Eton and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1824, Hon. LL.D. 1842 ; 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1827 ; Lord of the Manor of 
Merton and Patron of the livings 
of Merton and Sturston, co. 
Norfolk, and of Copdock, co. 
Suffolk ; succeeded his father as 
5th Baron 8 September 1839 ; 
died at Merton Hall, co. 
Norfolk, aged 66, on Satur- 
day, 31 December 1870, bur. at 
Merton 5 January 1871. Will 
dated 27 October 1864, with 
codicil dated 8 January 1870, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 141, 71) 
10 February 187 1, by Emily 
Elizabeth Julia, Lady Walsingham 
of Merton Hall, relict, Thomas, 
Baron Walsingham, son, and 
Edward Partington of 53 Davies 
Street, Berkeley Square, London, 
the Exors. 



=Hon'''= Emily Elizabeth Julia, elder 
dau. of John, 2nd Baron Rendles- 
ham, by Anne Sophia his wife, 
2nd dau. and coheir of William 
Tatnall of Leiston Old Abbey, 
CO. Suffolk ; bom at Coligny, 
Switzerland, on Saturday, 31 
August 181 7 ; raarr. at Curzon 
Street Chapel, Mayfair, London 
(by the Rev. the Hon'^''= Frederick 
de Grey), on Monday, 25 October 
1847 ; died at her residence 
23 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, 
London, aged 61, on Tue.sday, 
13 May, bur. at Merton 19 May 
1879. Will dated 10 February 
1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 597, 79) 
23 June 1879, by Thomas, 
Baron Walsingham, the Hon*"'' 
John Augustus de Grey of 
23 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, 
London, son, and Edward 
Partington of 53 Davies Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, the 
Exors. 2nd wife. 

(See Pedigree of Rendlesham, 
Vol. 14, page 124 ) 



John Augustus de Grey, born in Arlington Street, London,= 
21 March 1849, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London ; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1868, B.A. 
1872; a Student of the Inner Temple 4 February 1870, 
called to the Bar 30 April 1874; appointed Recorder of 
Sudbury 1896, and of King's Lynn 1897-1905 ; J. P. for 
CO. Suffolk, and for London and home counties 1905 ; 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate, South-Western Police 
Court, from 1905; Chairman of East Suffolk Quarter 
Sessions. 




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=Elizabeth Henrietta (Lisa), dau. of 
Patrick Grant of Glenmoriston, co. 
Inverness, formerly of the Hon'''' 
East India Co.'s Service, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Donald 
Charles Cameron of Barcaldine, 
CO. Argyll ; marr. at St. Jude's, 
South Kensington, London (by 
the Rev. Robert William Forrest, 
D.D., assisted by the Rev. the 
Hon"' Arnald de Grey, Rector of 
Copdock, CO. Suffolk), on Tuesday, 
24 April 1883. 



George de Grey, bom at Hill 
Street House, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Friday, 9 May, 
bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, London, 19 June 
1884; educated at P2ton and 
at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment 6 
January 1904, Lieutenant 16 
January 1906. 



Elizabeth Helen, bom at Hill 
Street House, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Sunday, 20 De- 
cember 1885, bapt. at Merton. 



Margaret Henrietta, born 15 
November 1889, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London. 



Alice Mary, bom 26 May 
1893, bapt. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, London. 

Richard Patrick de Grey, born 
at Hill Street House, Knights- 
bridge, London, on Saturday, 
17 March 1900, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London. 



William Brown- 
low de drey, 
born at Win- 
chester House, 
Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 27 
July 1805; died 
at Winchester 
College 18 Feb- 
ruary 18 1 9. 



Charlotte Harriet, 
born at Winchester 
House, Chelsea, 
23 February, died 
there 31 March 
1807. 



Brownlow North Osborn= 
de Grey, born at 
Winchester House, 

Chelsea, 3 July 1808; 
died s.p. at Territet, 
Montreux, Switzerland, 
in his 59th year, on 
Tuesday, 7 April 1868, 
bur. at Montreux. Will 
dated 24 February 1858, 
proved (Prin. K.eg., 
323, 68) 22 May 1868, 
by Thomas, Lord 
Walsingham and the 
Hon''''= George de Grey, 
brothers, the Exors. 



=Emma Dorothea, dau. of 
George Kenyon of Cefn, near 
Wrexham, co. Denbigh; marr. 
at Overton, co. Flint (by the 
Rev. the Hon'''": Frederick de 
Grey), on Tuesday, 16 Feb- 
ruary 1858; died at Rome 
on Sunday, 6 April 1873. 
AdPiion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 15 July 
1873, to Anna Maria Knapp, 
wife of the Rev. Henry Knapp 
of Swaton, co. Lincoln, sister, 
and one of the next of kin. 



Hon'''' Alfred Chctwynd-= 
Talbot of Little Gad- 
desden House, Great 
Berkhamstcd,co. Hertford 
(4th son of Henry John, 
18th Earl of Shrewsbury) ; 
born 14 September 1848; 
educated at Wellington 
College and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated I May 1867, B.A. 
1871, M.A. 1872. 



=Emily Augusta 
Louisa, born 
18 March 1852, 
bapt.atlngestre, 
CO. Stafford ; 
marr. at West- 
minster Abbey 
28 June 1882. 



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=Beatrice, born 16 
November 1853, 
bapt. at Mcrton, 
CO. Norfolk ; marr. 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1887. 



Admiral the Hon'''' Walter= 
Cecil Carpenter of Kiplin, 
Northallerton, co. York (2nd 
son of Henry John, i8th 
Earl of Shrewsbury) ; born 
27 March 1834 ; Captain 
Royal Navy 1 1 April 1 866, 
Rear-Admiral 31 December 
1882, Vice-Admiral 8 No- 
vember 1888, Admiral 28 May 
1894; M.P. for CO. Waterford 1859-65; A.D.C. 
to H.M. Queen Victoria; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated i June 1868, the surname and 
arms of Carpenter in lieu of those of Talbot, in 
accordance with the testamentary injunction of 
Sarah, Countess of Tyrconnell, widow of John 
Delavel Carpenter, last Earl of Tyrconnell. He 
marr. istly at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London, on Wednesday, 27 October 1869, Maria 
Georgiana, 4th dau. of Sir Robert Miller Mundy 
of Hollybank, co. Hants, K.C.B., Lieut. -Governor 
of ("irenada, who died at 33 Warwick Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 25 April 1876. He died 
13 May 1904, and was bur. at Bolton-on-Swale, 
CO. York. 



Brownlow North Gamier, cousin,= 
(3rd son of the Rev. WiUiam 
Gamier of Rookesbury, co. Hants, 
Prebendary of Winchester and 
Rector of Droxford, co. Hants, by 
Henrietta his wife, eldest dau. 
of the Rt. Rev. Brownlow North, 
Bishop of Winchester, and sister 
of Francis, 6th Earl of Guilford) ; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 4 February 
1826 ; died at St. Margaret's, near 
Titchfield, co. Hants, in his 44th 
year, on Monday, 28 June 1847, 
bur. in the family vault in the 
churchyard at Wickham, co. Hants. 
Will dated 21 August 1846, proved 
(P.C.C. 643, 47) 30 August 1847, 
by the Hon'''= Henrietta Maria 
Gamier, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Henrietta Maria, born 
at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
10 September 1809; marr. 
at Merton, co. Norfolk, 
3 December 1835 ; died 
at 5 Edinburgh Terrace, 
Kensington, London, 18 
March 1883, bur. in the 
family vault in the church- 
yard at Wickham. Will 
dated 3 April 1879, with 
three codicils dated 
respectively 12 May 1881, 
23 November 1881 and 
14 February 1883, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 312, 83) 28 
April 1883, by Robert 
de Burgh d'Arcy and 
Henrietta Maria d'Arcy 
his wife, daughter, both 
of s Edinburgh Terrace, 
the Exors. 



Rev. Frederick de Grey, born 
at Winchester House, Chelsea, 
25 November 18 10; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. and M.A. 1833 ; Rector 
of Copdock with Washbrook, 
CO. Suffolk, 1837 until his 
death ; died suddenly at 
Copdock Rectory, aged 70, 
on Wednesday, 30 March 
1 88 1, bur. in the churchyard 
at Copdock. Will dated 10 
December 1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 384, 81) II May 1881, 
by the Hon*"'"^ John Augustus 
de Grey and the Hon'''= Edward 
Frederick Kenyon, nephews, 
the Exors. 



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Mabel, born at Rev. Arnald de Grey, bom 11= 

23 Arlington September 1856, bapt. at Merton ; 

Street, London, educated at Eton and at Trinity 

on Wednes- College, Cambridge, matriculated 

day, 28 March Michaelmas Term, 1875, B.A. 

1855, baptised 1879; Rector of Copdock with 

there privately. Washbrook 1883 ; died at Hyeres, 

France, on Friday, 15 November, 

bur. there 18 November 1889. 

Will dated 29 April 1882, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 118, 90), 8 February 

1890, by the Hon''''= Margaret 

Maria de Grey, relict, the sole 

Executrix. 



=Margaret Maria, 3rd dau. of the Rt. Hon'''« 
Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane 
of Brympton, co. Somerset, G.C.B. (brother 
of Walter William Brabazon, 7th Earl of 
Bessborough), by the Hon*"'^ Louisa Anne 
Rose his wife, 4th dau. of Colonel Henry 
Augustus, 13th Viscount Dillon {see Pedi- 
gree of Dillon, " Visitation of Ireland" 
Vol. 4, page g4) ; born at 18 Montagu 
Street, Portnian Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 4 November, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 2 No- 
vember 1857; marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Monday, 17 April 1882. 

{See Pedigree of Bessborough, Vol. 12, 
page 118.) 



Michael de Grey, born at 43 Tedworth Square, London, 
on Sunday, 17 June, bapt. at Christ Church, Chelsea, 
18 July 1883; educated at Eton; died on Thursday, 
6 May 1897, in the Royal Infirmary, Windsor, co. Berks, 
from the result of an accident in leaving the train at 
Windsor Station the previous day, bur. at Brympton, co. 
Somerset. 



Nigel de Grey, born 
27 March 1886, bapt. 
at Copdock; educated 
at Eton. 



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George de Grey, born 
at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, 15 November 
181 1 ; Barrister- at - 
Law ; died at 1 1 
South Audley Street, 
London, aged 59, on 
Friday, 26 May 1871, 
bur. at Copdock, co. 
Suffolk. Will dated 
25 January 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
467, 71) I July 1871, 
by the Rev. the Hon'''= 
Frederick de Grey, 
brother, the Hon'''' 
Edward Frederick 
Kcnyon, nephew, two 
of the Exors. 



Lloyd, Baron Kenyon of= 
Gredington, co. Flint ; bom 
at Gredington i April 1805 ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 April 1823, 
B.A. 1826, M.A. 1829; 
M.P. for St. Michael's, co. 
Cornwall, 1830-32, J. P. 
and D. L. for the counties 
of Salop and Flint ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 3rd 
Baron 25 February 1855 ; 
died at Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, aged 64, on Wednes- 
day, 14 July, bur. at 
Hanmer, co. Flint, 20 July 
1869. /t\ 



=Georgina, born at 
Farnham Castle, 
CO. Surrey, 7 July 
181 3 ; marr. at 
Merton, co. Nor- 
folk, 29 June 
1833 ; died at 50 
Cavendish Square, 
London, aged 60, 
on Wednesday, 2 2 
April, buried at 
Hanmer 27 April 
1874. 



Francis de Grey, born 
at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, 12 February 
1 8 1 5 ; of Worcester 
College, Oxford, 

matriculated 23 May 
1833 ; drowned at 
Wouldham, co. Kent, 
aged 21, on Monday, 
25 April 1836, in 
attempting to rescue 
some persons adrift 
in a boat on the river 
Med way. 



Robert Baynard 
de Grey of Hove, 
CO. Sussex ; bom 
at 23 Arlington 
Street, London, 
on Monday, 29 
March 1858, 
bapt. at Merton. 



Rev. Francis Henry Hodgson of Clopton,= 
Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick (eldest son of 
Sir Arthur Hodgson of Clopton House, Stratford- 
on-Avon, K.C.M.G., by Eliza his wife, dau. 
of Sir James Cowling, Chief Justice of 
New South Wales) ; born at the Rectory, Rick- 
mansworth, co. Hertford, 23 November 1847; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1867, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874; 
Vicar of Abbots Langley, co. Hertford, 1878-93, 
Rural Dean of Watford 1884-93, Rector of Little 
Gaddesden, co. Hertford, 1893-99, Rector of 
Escrick, co. York, 1899- 1904. A 



=Elizabeth Odeyne, born 
at Merton Hall 30 Au- 
gust 1 86 1, bapt. at 
Merton ; marr. at \VMn- 
chester Cathedral on 
Wednesday, 3 June 
1896. 



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Colirmgtcn, 



^rwy.— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Argent a fesse embattled counter-embattled 
sable fretty gules between three lions passant of the third ; 2nd and 
3rd, Vert a bend argent charged with three roses proper in the 
sinister chief canton a dexter hand couped erect of the second. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a dragon's head couped gules between two 
dragons' wings chequy or and azure. 

Motto. — Vira virtus immersabilis. 



Christopher Codrington (son of Christopher Codrington,= 
Army Surgeon); born in 1807; Lieutenant 49th Regiment 
Bengal Native Infantry 27 May 1830, afterwards Captain 
4th Gurkha Regiment ; had 3rd-class of the Order of the 
Doorane'e Empire ; killed in action at Char-ee-kar 
(ist Afghan War) while in command of 4th Gurkha 
Regiment, 6 November 1841. bur. there. 



=Julia Isabella, dau. 
of Brigadier Mark 
Webber ; bom in 
1 81 2; marr. at Bar- 
rackpore, India, in 
1832 ; died 25 March 
1894, bur. at Bedford. 



Emily Anne, bom 
16 March 1833 ; 
died 7 December 
1 85 1, bur. at Bar- 
rackpore, India. 



Surgeon-General James Alexander Caldwell Hutchinson=f=Julia Margarett, 
(4th son of John Ross Hutchinson of the Bengal Civil born 15 Octo 
Service, by Caroline Jemima his wife, dau. of Colonel 
William Caldwell of the 77th Foot); born 29 January 
1828; educated at St. Andrew's and at Edinburgh, M.D. ; 



ber 1834, bapt. 
at Simla, India ; 
marr. at the 



.\ssistant-Surgeon 20 November 1850, Surgeon-Major ! parish church 



18th Native Infantr}' 20 November 1870, Deputy Surgeon 
General 31 March 1877, officiating Meerut Circle 1878, 
retired 28 September 1884 ; died at St. Andrew's, 
Bedford, aged 67, on Saturday, 26 October 1895, bu""- 
in the cemetery at Bedford 30 October 1895. Will 
dated 23 July 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 147, 96) 
4 February 1896, by Julia Margarett Hutchinson, relict, 
and Emily Gertrude Hutchinson, spinster, two of 
the Exors. /|^ 



Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 29 
December 1852. 



Edward William Codrington, bom at 
Abbottabad, Punjab, India, 15 October 
1859; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
63rd Foot 14 January 7880, Lieutenant 
I July 1 88 1, transferred to Bengal Staff 
Corps 23 November 1882, Captain Indian 
Staff Corps 14 January 1891 ; served in 
Southem Afghanistan 1879-80 (medal); 
in Egyptian War 1882 (medal and 
Khedive's bronze star) ; with Hazara 
Expedition 1888 (medal with clasp); also 
the Miranzai Expedition 1891 (clasp); 
died at Dhera Ismail Khan, North-West 
Provinces, India. 22 June 1896. 



I 

Rev. Henry Brierly=j=Lucy Sarah, bom at 
(son of Henry Brierly ' Abbottabad 25 May, bapt. 
there 14 June 186 1 ; trained 



of Chorley, co. Lancas 
ter, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Fowler) ; born at Dul- 
wich, CO. Surrey, 3 
December 1867, bapt. 
at Dulwich College 
Chapel ; educated at St. 
Bees; Curate of Christ 
Church, Ashton-under- 
Lyne, co. Lancaster, 
since 1899. 



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as nurse at St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London, after- 
wards in charge of District 
Nurse's Home, Edgehill, 
CO. Lancaster ; marr. at St. 
George's, Westcombe Park, 
CO. Kent, 27 April 1897 ; 
died at Ashton-under-Lyne 
5 February, bur. at Christ 
Church, Ashton-under- 
Lyne, 8 February 1902. 



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Color :1 Edward Christopher Codrington (only son) ;= 
born at Necmuch, India, ii October 1837; entered the 
Army as Cornet 4 January 1856, Lieutenant 1857, 
Captain 1868, Major 1876, Lieut.-Colonel Bengal Staff 
Corps 4 January 1SS2, Colonel 4 January 1885 ; served 
in the Indian Mutiny 1857-58, present at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow (medal with clasp) ; served with the 
4th Sikh Infantry against the Cabool Kheil Wuzeerees in 
1859-60 (medal with clasp) ; with the 5th Gurkhas 
throughout the operations at Umbeyla in 1863 (mentioned 
in despatches, clasp) ; also in the Hazara Campaign of 
1868 (clasp); in Afghan War 1878-79 (medal with clasp); 
and with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881, as 
Assistant-Adjutant-General ; died at Exniouth, co. Devon, 
aged 50, on Sunday, i July 1888, bur. at Littleham, co. 
Devon. 




=Sarah Anne, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
William de Burgh, B.D., Rector of 
Arboe, co. Tyrone, by .Anne his 
1st wife, dau. of the Rev. John 
Copingcr ; born at 5 Filzgibbon 
Street, Dublin, 31 December 1833; 
marr. at Mussourie, India, on 
Thursday, 14 October 1858; died 
at Ealing, co. Middlesex, 9 March, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ealing 
12 March 1904. Will dated 30 
September 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 608, 1904) 17 May 1904, by 
John Davidson, Colonel Indian 
Army, one of the Exors. 

(See Pedigree of De Burgh, 
"Visitatiott of Ire/and," 
Vol. 5, page 37.) 



Hubert Walter Codrington, born at Abbottabad, Punjab, India, 25=j=Esther Alice, dau. of 
November 1864, bapt. there ; educated at St. Helen's College, Southsea : 
joined the Army and served in the ranks 3 years and 13 days, obtained 
commission as 2nd Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 30 March 1887, 
transferred to Liverpool Regiment 30 April 1887, Lieutenant Indian 
Staff Corps 9 April 1888, Captain Indian Army 30 March 1898, Major 
30 March 1905; Commanding Infantry Queen's Own Corps of Guides 
13 November 1905; served in Miranzai (ist) Expedition 1891; in 
Hazara Expedition 1891 (mentioned in despatches "London Gazette," 
20 October 1891, medal with clasp); Chitral 1895, Relief of Chitral, 
action of the Malakand Pass (medal with clasp) ; on North-West Frontier 
of India 1897-98, in Malakand, in operations in Bajaur and in the 
Mamund Country (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 1 1 

January and 18 March 1898); at Utman 

^ Khel and Buner (clasp) ; on North-West 

Frontier of India 1908, at operations in 

the Mohmand country (medal with clasp). 



J{fir(^C^^^Iffh, 



Charles Bendysche 
Walton, Director of 
Sericulture, Kashmir, 
India, by Emily his 
wife, dau. of Wil- 
liam Birch ; horn at 
Baraghuria, Bengal, 
India, 28 January 
1882 ; married at 
All Saints', Srinagar, 
Kashmir, 22 April 
1903. 



Christopher Hubert Codrington, born at 
Srinagar 4 September, bapt. at All 
Saints', Srinagar, 4 October 1904 ; died at 
Mardan, Punjab, India, 1 2 January, bur. 
in the cemetery of Guides' Chapel, 
Mardan, 13 January 1909. 



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Harry de Burgh Codrington, born at Abbottabad 24=j=Helen Maude, 



January 1867, bapt. tliere; joined the Army and served 
in the ranks 2 years and 263 days, obtained commission 
as 2nd Lieutenant West Yorkshire Regiment 28 No- 



youngest dau. of 
Richard Vaughan, 
Major Royal (Ben- 



vember 1888, Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps 10 May gal) Artillery, by 



1890, Captain Indian Army 28 November 1899, Brevet 
Major 7 September 1904, Major 28 November 1906; 
served in Tirah Campaign 1897-98 (medal with two 
clasps); in East Africa 1902-1904, Chief Supply and 
Transport Officer Somaliland Field Force 17 January 
to 15 July 1903, Assistant Director of Supplies, 
Somaliland Field Force, 16 July 1903 to 11 April 1904 
(mentioned in despatches, Brigadier-General Manning, 
17 August 1903, Major-General Sir Charles Comyn 
Egerton, K.C.B., D.S.O., 30 May 1904, and "London 
Gazette," 2 September 1904, medal with clasp, brevet 
of Major). 



Jemima his wife, 
dau. of William 
Ensor Parry; mar- 
ried at St. John's- 
in-the-Wildemess, 
Naini Tal, India, 
on Monday, 18 
September 1893. 



I 
Marjorie Doris, born at Kasauli, 
Punjab, 10 September 1894, 
bapt. there. 



Florence Isabel, 
bom at Abbotta- 
bad 19 December 
1867, bapt. there; 
joined the Church 
of England Zenana 
Mission in China 
in 1 89 1, and was 
wounded in the 
massacre at Hwa- 
Sang I August 
1895- 



Kenneth de Burgh Codrington, 
born at Murree, Punjab, 5 June 
1899, bapt. there. 




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ISEoolIcomk Bo^ce, former^) 

of Salic M)oxm, ^rrstbur^, 

CO. (Gloucester. 



Arms on record in tJu Collc!;i 
of Arms. — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, 
Vert frelty argent a cross of the 
last thereon three acorns leaved 
and slipped in fesse of the field, 
BoYCE : 2nd and 3rd, Argent 
three bars gules, Wooi.i.combe. 

Crests. ^l, Ademigriffin argent 
holding in the beak an acorn as in 
the arms and resting the sinister 
claw on an escutcheon vert charged 
with two cross-crosslets fitchtJe in 
saltire also argent, Boyce ; 2, A 
falcon wings expanded and in- 
verted proper belled and jessed or 
on each wing three bars gules, 
W00LI.COM BE. 

Motto. — Cruce robur. 



Rev. William Woollcoml)e-B()yce (4th son of the= 
Rev. Henry Boyce \Portrait at Christow, Minchiu- 
Jlampton, co. Gloucester, by R. Reinagle, A.R.A., in the 
possession of William Frederick Reynolds Woollcombe- 
Boyce, his grandson\ of Queen's College, Cambridge, 
Chaplain to the Dowager Lady de Clifford, l)y Mary Anne 
his wife \I^ortrait at Christow, Minchin - Hampton, by 
Eduyn llilliams, in the possession of William Frederick 
Reynolds IVoollcombe-Boyce, her grandson^, dan. of John 
Jacol) of Roath Court, co. Glamorgan, sister of the 
Xcn'"''- Philip Jacob, Archdeacon of \Vinchester, and of 
Major-General Sir George Le Grand Jacob, K.C.S.I., 
C.B.) ; born 5 December 1820, bapt. at Gawcott, co. 
Buckingham, i July 1821; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848; Classical Master at 
Cheltenham College 1845-77 ; Rector of Elkstone, 
CO. Gloucester, 1888-93; asstuned the additional 
surname and arms of \Voollcombe by Royal Licence 
dated 25 August 1899; died at 26 Imperial Square, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, aged 83, on Wednesday, 
23 March, bur. at Prestbury, co. Gloucester, 26 March 
1904. Will dated 12 December 1902, proved at 
Gloucester 19 May 1904, by William Frederick 
Reynolds Woollcombe-Boyce, son, the sole Exor. 
Portrait at Christow, Minchin-Hampton, by Edwyn 
Williams, in the possession of William Frederick 
Reynolds Woollcombe-Boycc, his son. 



/W. 



"Z^^^^T^^ 




=Jane Vivian, only 
dau. of the Rev. 
William Wooll- 
combe, B. 1)., 
Fellow of Corpus 
Christi College, 
Oxford, Vicar of 
Christow and of 
Hennock, co. 
Devon, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, 
dau. of Rear- 
Admiral Robert 
Carthew Rey- 
nolds of Penair, 
CO. Cornwall ; 
born at Ilsington, 
CO. Devon, 3 1 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 
18 March 1823 ; 
marr. at Christow 
(by Rev. Philip 
Woollcombc) on 
Tuesday, 10 April 
1849. Portrait at 
Christo'cv, Min- 
chin-Hampton, by 
Edwyn 11 'illiams, 
in the posses- 
sion of William 
Frederick Rey- 
nolds Woollcombe- 
Boyce, her son. 



Arthur Courtenay Woollcoinbe=j=Mary Eleanor, elder 
Boyce of Cheltenham ; born at I dau. of Watkyn 



Edward Alan Jackson=f=Mary Vivian, born at 



The Priory, Cheltenham, on Mon 

day, 19 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 

Cheltenham, 20 ^Iay 1852; entered 

the Army as Sub- Lieutenant 49th j Cwm Avon 2 1 Oc 

(Princess Charlotte of Wales) Foot | tober 1862; marr. 

I January 1873, retired as Lieu- at W'est Kensing- 



Llcwellyn Jones of 
Cwm Avon, co. 
Glamorgan ; born at 



tenant 1876; died at Leckhampton, 
CO. Gloucester, in his 40th year, 
on Monday, 1 1 January, bur. at 
pjlkstone on Thursday, 14 January 
1892. Will dated 21 January 1891, 
proved at Gloucester 31 March 
1892, by William Frederick Rey- 
nolds Boyce, brother, and Rowland 
Ticehurst, the Exors. 



ton, London, 15 
June 1886; died at 
Leckhampton, aged 
29, on Friday, 15 
January, bur. at 
Elkstone on Mon- 
day, 18 January 
1892. 



(3rd son of Charles 
Jackson of Doncas- 
ter, CO. York, J. P., 
Barristcr-at-Law, by 
Margaret Caroline his 
wife, dau. of Hugh 
Parker of Woodthorpe 
Hall, CO. York, J. P. 
and D.L. for the West 
Riding, co. York) ; 
born at Doncaster 22 
January, bapt. at St. 
George's, Doncaster, 
16 April 1857. 



the Priory, Chelten- 
ham, on Wednesday, 
25 January, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Prestbury, 
22 February 1854; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London 
(by the Rev. Philip 
Woollcombe, assisted 
by the Rev. Ed- 
ward Jacob Boyce, 
and the Rev. James 
Jackson), on Tuesday, 
16 October 1883. 



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Harold Courtenay Woollcombe-Boyce, born at West Kensington, London, 30 March 1887 ; entered 
the Royal Navy as Cadet 15 September 1903, Midshipman 30 October 1893, Sub-Lieutenant 
30 December 1906 (mentioned in despatches for services in South Sea Islands 1908), promoted 
Lieutenant (Birthday Honour List) 24 June 1909, to date from 30 June. 

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Julia Reynolds, born 
at The Priory, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Glouces- 
ter, on Tuesday, 22 
May, bapt. there 
privately the next 
day, died at The 
Priory, Cheltenham, 
on Thursday, 24 
May, bur. at Prest- 
bury, CO. Gloucester, 
26 May 1855. 



William Frederick Reynolds= 
Woollcombe-Boyce of Chris- 
tow, Minchin-Hampton, co. 
Gloucester ; born at The 
Priory, Cheltenham, on Sun- 
day, 20 December 1857, 
bapt. at Prestbury 19 January 
1858 ; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 Oc- 
tober 1S76, B.A. 1880, 
M.A. 1890; of the Inner 
Temple 1883. 



=Sarah Louisa (Sasie), elder dau. of 
Edward Lloyd Griffiths of The Granleys, 
Cheltenham, by Mary Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Cooke Stafford of 
Beverley, co. York ; born at Pittville, 
Cheltenham, 16 November, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Cheltenham, 12 December 1856; 
marr. by special licence at St. Mark's, 
Cheltenham (by her uncle, the Rev. 
George Pruen Griffiths, Hon. Canon of 
Gloucester, assisted by the Rev. William 
Boyce), on Tuesday, 29 December 1885. 



Kenneth Woollcombe Woollcombe-Boyce, born at Warwick House, 
Maida Hill West, co. Middlesex, 1 1 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Paddington, London, 8 August 1888 ; educated at Radley and 
Scholar of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, matriculated 
21 October 1907. 



Annie Elizabeth 
Jacob, born at 
The Priory, Chel- 
tenham, on Mon- 
day, 2 1 March, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Prest- 
bury, 27 April 
1859. 



Hugh Woollcombe Boyce of Greenmount,= 
Southam, co. Gloucester ; bom at The 
Priory, Cheltenham, on Friday, 22 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Prestbury, 20 April 
1 86 1 ; entered the Army as Ensign The 
Princess of Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment 
14 January 1880, Lieutenant i July 1881, 
Lieutenant 19th (Princess of \\'ales' Own) 
Hussars 1884, Superintendent of Gymnasia, 
Dublin, Captain 5th Lancers 1888, trans- 
ferred to the 6th Dragoon Guards 
(Carabiniers) 1889; served in the Nile 
Expedition 1884-85, with the i9lh Hussars, 
and was present in the action at Kirbekan 
(medal with two clasps and Khedive's star); 
died at 38 Bury Street, St. James', London, 
from injuries received the previous day 
while riding in the March First Free 
Hunters Steeplechase, Sandown Park, aged 
28, on Saturday, i March, bur. at Prestbury 
5 March 1890. Adinon was granted at 
Gloucester 14 May 1890, to William 
Frederick Reynolds Boyce, brother. 



Margaret Matilda Hoyle, eldest 
dau. of Henry Fisher of Nor- 
wood Grange, co. York, by 
Sarah Hoyle his wife, dau. of 
James Tibbitts of 77 Meadow 
Street, Sheffield, co. York ; 
born at Norwood Grange 19 
August i860; marr. by special 
licence at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London (by the 
Rev. Norman Wilfrid Shelton, 
assisted by the Rev. William 
Boyce), on Saturday, 8 May 
1886; died at Piercetown 
House, Newbridge, co. Kildare, 
aged 26, on Thursday, 10 
March 1887, bur. at Connel, 
CO. Kildare. Will dated 30 
August 1886, proved in the 
Principal Registry 9 June 1887, 
by Hugh Woollcombe Boyce, 
husband the Exor. 



Margery Barbara, born at Piercetown House, 
Newbridge, on Friday, 18 February, bapt. at 
Morristownbiller, CO. Kildare, 19 March 1887. 



/y^r=7^' /i:^'Th^/^S2PCu(t-/?2^ 



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Arms on rtcoid in the College of 
Aims. — Vex pale azure and sable a 
bend between six crosses pattee or 
within two flaunches of the last each 
charged with a garb vert. 

Crest. — A falcon rising proper 
resting the dexter claw on a garb 
fessewise vert and charged on each 
wing with a cross pattee or. 

Motto. — Spes mea Christus. 



ifeingl;am. 



John Bingham of Chesterfield, co.= 
Derby (son of Thomas Bingham of 
Chesterfield) ; bapt. at the parish 
church, Chesterfield, 22 July 1759; 
died, aged 76, 3 October, bur. at 
Chesterfield 8 October 1835. .M.I. 



=Elizabeth Boot of Tib- 
shelf, CO. Derby ; marr. 
15 May 1799; died, 
aged 80, 28 March, 
bur. at Chesterfield 2 
.\pril 1847. M.I. 



I 



John Bingham, 
bapt. at the 
parish church, 
Sheffield, 1 1 
October 1801 ; 
died, aged 16, 
bur. at Chester- 
field I April 
i8i8. 



William Bingham, born= 
at Sheffield 22 August, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, .Sheffield, 22 
September 1802; died 
s.p. 30 March 1877, 
bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Croiiml, Chester 
field. Will dated 6 
February 1877, pro\ed 
(Prin. Reg., 548, 77) 
27 July 1877, by Jane 
Bingham, relict, Wil- 
liam Dyson and Henry 
Hall Taylor Dyson, 
nephews, the Exors. 



=Jane Mason of 
Hackenthorpe, co. 
Derby; died at 
Chesterfield, aged 
97. 4 February, 
bur. in the F'riends' 
Burial Cround, 

Chesterfield, 9 Feb 
ruary 1893. Will 
dated 23 January 
1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 715, 93) 24 
August 1893, by 
George Mason 
Ooundry and James 
dill, the Exors. 



Emma Mary, born 15 August 
1837 ; died at 62 Esplanade, 
Scarborough, co. York, on 
Saturday, 20 August 1898, 
bur. at Ecclesall. Adiiion 
was granted at Wakefield 
16 November 1898, to John 
Edward Bingham. 



Colonel Sir John Edward Bingham of=f=Maria, dau. of William 



West Lea, Ranmoor, co. York, Baronet ; 
born 27 July 1839 ; educated at Hram- 
ham College, co. York ; Master Cutler 
of Sheffield 1881-82 and 1884-85; 
J. P. for Sheffield; Lieut.-Colonel Com- 
manding I St West Yorkshire Royal 
Engineers (Volunteers), Hon. Colonel 
(V.D.) West Riding Divisional Royal 
Engineers 3 November 1900; created 
a Baronet 12 December 1903. 



Fawcett of Clarke 
House, Sheffield, by 
Ann Nowell his wife, 
dau. of James Di.xon 
of Page Hall, Shef- 
field ; born i August 
1836 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Sheffield, 
9 March 1863. 



Lieut.-Colonel Albert Edward Bingham of Ranby= 
House, Retford, co. Nottingham ; born at Victoria Park, 
Sheffield, 23 November 1868, bapt. at St. Stephen's, 
Sheffield, 3 F'ebruary 1869; obtained ist commission 
in 1885, Captain ist West Yorkshire Royal Engineers 
(Volunteers) 27 June 1891, Major Commanding No. i 
Field Company West Riding Divisional Royal Engineers 
from 1907 (V.D.) and Hon. Lieut.-Colonel. 



=Lucy, youngest dau. of Duncan 
Livingstone McAllum of Gosforth, 
CO. Northumberland, by Phoebe Jane 
his wife, dau. of William Fenwick of 
Stanhope, co. Durham ; born at New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; marr. at St. George's, 
Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 
Tuesday, 29 August 1893. 



Edward Clifton Bingham, born at 
Edenthorpe, Sheffield, on Saturday, 
4 May 1895; died 12 October 1896, 
bur. at Fulwood, co. York. 



Esme Lyle, born at Clovelly Towers, 
Sheffield, on Monday, 10 August, 
bapt. at Ranmoor i November 1896. 



Henry Dyson of The Firs, Tinsley,= 
CO. York (son of Arthur Dyson of 
The Firs, Tinsley, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of James Genn of Skinner- 
thorp) ; bapt. at Tinsley i8 Feb- 
ruary 1802 ; died at Tinsley 13 July, 
bur. there 16 July 1864. Will 
dated 18 June 1S63, proved at 
Wakefield 20 October 1864, by 
Eliza Dyson, relict, one of the 
Exors. 



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=Eliza, born at 
Sheffield, CO. York, 
12 September, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 
3 October 1803; 
marr. at Chester- 
field, CO. Derby, 2 2 
November 1827 ; 
died 4 March, 
bur. at Tinsley 
7 March 1882. 



Henry Hall of= 
Llwyndil Court, 
Abergavenny, co. 
Monmouth ; died 
at Llwyndii Court, 
aged 89, on Thurs- 
day, 3 January 
1 889, bur. at Aber- 
gavenny. Will 
dated 6 January 
1885, proved at 
Llandaff 1 5 March 
1889, by Ann 
Hall, relict. 



=Ann,bapt.atthe 
parish church, 
Sheffield, 4 De- 
cember 1805 ; 
married at 

Chesterfield 15 
May 1834; died 
at Llwyndii 
Court, aged 84, 
on Wednesday, 
19 February 
1890, buried at 
Abergavenny. 



Edward Bingham of Broomgrove Lodge, Sheffield^ 
born 9 December 1808, bapt. at the parish church, 
Sheffield, 6 January 1809 ; died at Broomgrove 
Lodge, Sheffield, in his 72 nd year, on Saturday, 
7 August 1880, bur. at Ecclesall, co. York. Will 
dated 21 July 1876, with codicil dated 20 Decem- 
I ber 1879, proved at Wakefield 19 October 1880, 
by Emma Bingham, relict, John Edward Bingham 
and Charles Henry Bingham, sons, the Exors. 



^Emma, dau. of Arthur Dyson of The 
Firs, Tinsley, by Mary his wife ; bapt. at 
Tinsley 11 September 1814; marr. at 
Tinsley 9 March 1835 ; died at Broom- 
grove Lodge, Sheffield, in her 8sth year, on 
Friday, 3 March 1899, bur. at Ecclesall. 
Admon was granted at Wakefield 5 July 
1899, to John Edward Bingham and 
Charles Henry Bingham. 



son=f= 



Edward Vaughan Birks (: 
of Thomas Birks of Bolsover 
Hill, near Sheffield) ; born 
at Sheffield 30 September 
1839; died at his residence, 
Fairfield House, Sheffield, 
aged 34, on Friday, 16 Jan- 
uary, bur. in the churchyard 
at Ecclesall 2 1 January 1874. 
Will dated 25 October 1866, 
with codicil dated 16 April 
1873, proved at Wakefield 24 
February 1874, by Charles 
Elam, M.D., and Louis John 
Crossley, the Exors. 



^Elizabeth Hedge- 
land, of Carsack 
Grange, near 

Sheffield; born 2 1 
June 1844; marr. 
at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 
15 June 1866. 



Charles Henry Bingham= 
of Brinklands, Sheffield ; 
born 28 May 1848 ; 
died suddenly at Brink- 
lands, Sheffield, on 
Tuesday, 2 October, 
bur. at Ecclesall, co. 
York, 6 October 1900. 
Will dated i December 
1890, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 10, 1901) 19 
January 1901, by Jose- 
phine Bingham, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



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=Josephine, 3rd dau. 
of William Keighley 
of Huddersfield, co. 
York, J. P., by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of Joshua Lockwood 
of Hazel Grove, 
Huddersfield ; born 
18 September 1853 ; 
marr. at Cartmel 
Priory Church on 
Tuesday, 2 2 Sep- 
tember 1874. 



Charles Harold Bingham, born 
at Westbourne Road, Sheffield, 
on Monday, 19 July 1875; 
died there, aged 13 months, 
on Tuesday, 29 August, bur. at 
Ecclesall 2 September 1876. 



Arthur Balfour of Arcadia, = 
Endcliffe, Sheffield (eldest 
son of Herbert Balfour) ; 
born in London 9 January 
1873; educated at Ashville 
College, Harrogate. 



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=Frances Josephine, born at West- 
bourne Road, Sheffield, on 
Saturday, 28 October 1876, 
bapt. there 8 February 1877 ; 
marr. at Sharrow, co. York, on 
Thursday, 19 July 1899. 



Edward Bingham, born at West-= 
bourne Road, Sheffield, on 
Wednesday, 17 October 1877, bapt. 
there 15 April 1878. 



=Lucy Cordelia, eldest dau. of Stephen England Gillingham 
of Godshill Park, Isle of Wight, and of Lanibrook, 
Fairlie, New Zealand; bom at Fairlie; marr. there on 
Monday, 21 July 1902. 



Elsie Josephine, born at Belle 
Vue, near Wellington, New 
Zealand, on Thursday, 25 
June 1903, bapt. at Wellington. 



I 
Stephanie, born at Brink- 
lands, Fairlie, New Zealand, 
17 January 1907, bapt. at 
I'airlie. 



Margaret, born at Home 
Bush, Masterton, New 
Zealand, 1 7 December 
1908. 



Walter Frederick Burdekin of= 
Carlton Grange, King's Norton, 
CO. Worcester (youngest son of 
Benjamin Burdekin of Sheffield, 
by Sarah Ann his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Sharman of Sheffield) ; 
born at Clareniont Place, Shef- 
field, 30 October 1869, bapt. 
at St. George's, Sheffield ; 
educated at Wesley College, 
Sheffield. 



=Emma Margaret 
Keighley, born at 
Brinklands, Shef- 
field, 6 October 
1880, bapt. there 
1 o February 1 88 1 ; 
marr. at Sharrow, 
CO. York (by the 
Rev. Arthur Ed- 
ward Burdekin), 
on Thursday, 26 
September 1907. 



C^harles Keighley Beatrice Elizabeth 



Bingham, born at 
Brinklands, .Shef- 
field, 28 February, 
bapt. there 8 June, 
died there 7 De- 
cember 1883, bur. 
at Ecclesall. 



Keighley, born at 
]5rinklands, Shef- 
field, 19 May, bapt. 
there 7 August 
1890. 



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Carter of Jlort{)toolb, to. jSorfolfe. 



Arms. — Per pale argent and azure a chevron between three 

Catherine wheels counter-changed. 
Crest. — A talbot sejant ermine the dexter fore-paw supporting 

an escutcheon per pale argent and azure a 

Catherine wheel as in the arms. 
Motto. — Sacro gratus cineri. 



John Carter of Northwold, co. Norfolk (2nd son=j=Mary Ann, 2nd dau. of William George 

Daniel-Tyssen of Foley House, co. Kent, 
of Hackney, co. Middlesex, Fouldon Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, and of Westbrooke House, 
CO. Dorset, by Amelia his wife, only 
surviving dau. and heir of Captain John 
Amhurst, R.N. ; born 8 December 1796; 
marr. at Foulden 9 January 1819; died 
at Northwold 21 December, bur. there 
28 December 1847. M.I. 

(See Pedigree of Amherst of Hackney, 
Vol. ij, page 68.) 



of William Langham of Feltwell, co. Norfolk, by 
Judith Kenton his wife); born 3 May 1795; 
he assumed the surname and arms of Carter in 
lieu of that of Langham, by Royal Licence 
dated 23 November 1813; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Norfolk; died at Northwold 16 October, 
bur. there 23 October 1847. M.L 



Edward Henrj' Cormick (eldest son of==Mary Harvey Bur- 



Edward Cormick, by Amelia Harriet 
his wife, eldest dau. of William 
George Daniel-Tyssen); bom 8 March 
181 7; entered the Army as Ensign 
T7th Foot 29 July 1836, Lieutenant 
II January 1839, Captain 1847; 
served in Afghanistan and Beloochis- 
tan, at the storming of Chuznee 23 
July 1839 and capture of Khelat 
13 November following; died at 
Sandgate, co. Kent, on Saturday, 22 
April 1854, bur. atCheriton, co. Kent. 
Will dated 3 April 1854, proved 
(P.C.C. 438, 54) 9 June 1854, by 
Mary Harvey Burroughes Cormick, 
relict, the E.\ecutri.\. ^ 



roughes, bom at 
Stoke Ferry, co. 
Norfolk, 3 January, 
bapt. at Northwold 
13 April 1820; 
marr. there 2 1 
November 1848; 
died at Northwold 
8 December, bur. 
there 1 5 December 
1902. 



Amelia, of Lin- 
den House, 
Northwold; bom 
at Fouldon 1 9 
February, bapt. 
there 20 Feb- 
ruary 182 1; died 
unmarried at 
Northwold on 
Sunday, 2 3 May, 
bur. there 26 
May 1909. 



Caroline Harvey, 
born at Fouldon 
16 October, bapt. 
there 22 October 
1822 ; died un- 
married at North- 
wold 28 August, 
bur. there i Sep- 
tember 1896. Will 
dated July 1894, 
proved at Norwich 
27 March 1897, by 
the Rev. Arthur 
Frederick Sutton, 
nephew, the sole 
Exor. 



•k 



John Thomas 
Carter, born at 
Fouldon 9 Ap- 
ril, bapt. there 
30 April 1824; 
died at North- 
wold 8 Septem- 
ber, bur. there 
1 2 September 
1833. M.L 



Rev. Augustus Sutton (5th son of Sir Richard=j=Charlotte Robina, born at 



Sutton of Norwood, co. Nottingham, 2nd Baronet, 
by Mary Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Benjamin 
Burton of Burton Hall, co. Carlow) ; born 1 3 
January 1825; educated at Eton and at University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 24 November 
1843, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1856; Rector of West 
Tofts, CO. Norfolk, 1849 until his death; 
Prebendary of Lincoln 1862 ; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk ; died at his residence, West Tofts, 
aged 60, on Wednesday, 10 June 1885, bur. at 
\Vest Tofts. Will dated 3 August 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 755, 85) 27 August 1885, by 
Charlotte Robina Sutton, relict, one of the 
Exors. Further grant, 20 February 1902, to the 
Rev. Arthur Frederick Sutton. 



Fouldon I March, bapt. 
there 1 2 March 1826; marr. 
at Northwold 2 October 
1851 ; died at the Rec- 
tory, Brant Broughton, co. 
Lincoln, aged 62, on 
Wednesday, i o October 
1888, bur. at West Tofts. 
Admon (with will dated 
20 August 1888) was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 23 November 
1888, to Rowland Sutton, 
son, one of the residuary 
legatees. 



A 



2,1 



William Marcon Carter 
of Northwold, co. Nor- 
folk; bornatFouldon.co. 
Norfolk, 13 July, bapt. 
there 16 July 1827 ; 
2nd Lieutenant sth 
Fusiliers 29 December 
1848, Lieutenant 28 
October 1853; wounded 
in the Indian Mutiny 
before the walls of 
Lucknow 2 7 September, 
and died at Lucknow 
18 October 1857, bur. 
there. M.L in North- 
wold Church. Will 
dated 8 May 1855, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 35, 
58) 16 February 1858, 
by Richard Tyssen 
Carter, brother, the sole 
Exor. 



Charles Carter= 
of Northwold ; 
born at Fouldon 
1 1 March, bapt. 
there 5 April 
1829; died at 
Northwold on 
Wednesday, 7 
February, bur. 
there 1 2 Feb- 
ruary 1877. Will 
dated 28 Octo- 
ber 1873, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 
180, 77) 23 
March 1877, 
by Sarah Ann 
Carter of North- 
wold, relict, 
Robert Carter, 
brother, and 
Alfred Norton 
of Northwold, 
the Exors. 



=Sarah Ann, eldest ' 
dau. of John Nor- 
ton of Harding- 
ham, CO. Norfolk; 
born 28 October 
1836; marr. at 
Hardingham on 
Wednesday, 13 
June i860 ; died 
at Northwold 
on Tuesday, 1 5 
December, bur. 
there 21 Decem- 
ber 1908. Will 
dated 20 Decem- 
ber 1900, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 127, 
1909) 5 April 
1909, by John 
Burroughes Car- 
ter, the sole Exor. 



^-/^^^-^^ii^-^.-'t^^C'^ -^"^^^ ^rii-'*:^^*:^!^^- 



Rev. Henry Pearson=pAdclaideCa- 
(youngest son of Thomas thcrine,born 
Pearson of South Wing- at Fouldon 
field, CO. Derby, by Anne 8 July, bapt. 
his 2nd wife, elder dau. of there 2oJuly 
Christopher Royston of 1830; mar- 
Codnor Park, co. Derby) ; ried at Mun- 
born at South Wingfield desley, co. 
28 August, bapt. there 12 Norfolk, on 
October 181 7; of St. Thursday, 16 
Catharine's College, Cam- April 1857. 
bridge, B.A. 1841, M.A. 
1844; Vicar of Henley, 
CO. Suffolk, 1850 until 
his death ; died at the 
Vicarage, Henley, in his 
77th year, on Saturday, 
5 May, bur. at Henley 
on Thursday, 10 May 
1894. Will dated 16 
January 1890, proved at 
Ipswich 7 November 
1894, by the Rev. Wil- 
liam Carter Pearson and 
Charles Richards Steward, 
two of the Exors. /t\ 

(^See Pedigree of Pearson, 
Vol. I J, page 166.) 



John Burroughes Carter of The Manor= 
House, Northwold ; born at Northwold 
27 March, bapt. there 28 March 1866; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1884; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk 1896. 



=Jane Evelyn, elder dau. of the Rev. James Alexander 
Crozier, Rector of Coston, co. Leicester, formerly 
Chaplain to the Household Brigade, by Emma Caroline 
his wife, dau. of Edgcumbe Chevalier of Ipswich ; bom 
7 August 1865 ; marr. at Coston 23 October 1895. 



Ill I 

John Hugh Crozier John Patrick Carter, Janetta Constance John Philip Charles Carter, born 

Carter, born at North- bom at Northwold Blanch, born at at Northwold 25 February, bapt. 

wold 13 March, bapt. 12 October, bapt. Northwold 15 Oc- privately 10 April, received into 

there 27 April 1897. there 20 November tober, bapt. there 30 the church at Northwold on Whit 

1898. November 1899. Sunday, 30 May 1909. 



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Richard Tyssen 
Carter of New 
Zealand ; bom at 
Northwold, co. 
Norfolk, 17 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 
14 September 
1833- 



Robert Carter of The Lodge, Northwold ; bom= 
at Northwold i March, bapt. there 4 March 1835 ; 
died at Mundesley, co. Norfolk, aged 49, on 
Sunday, 21 September, bur. at Northwold 25 
September 1884. Will dated i February 1861, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 923, 84) 4 December 1884, 
by Emily Carter, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Emily, eldest dau. of 
George Wilkinson of 
North Walsham, co. 
Norfolk ; bom 28 
March 1836; marr. 
at North Walsham 16 
October i860. 



Langham Carter, bom 
at North Walsham on 
Tuesday, 29 October 
1 86 1, bapt. there; ad- 
mitted a Solicitor in 
February 1888. 



James Edward Wilkinson= 
(her cousin), son of the 
Rev. Frederick Wilkin- 
son ; born 28 November 
1868. 



=Emily, bom 28 May 1863 ; 
marr. at St. James', West 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
II September 1895; died 16 
May 1897, bur. at Kingston, 
CO. Dorset. 



Edith, bom 
20 May 1865. 



A 



Herbert Carter, = 
bom 2 October 
1867; of the 
Indian Forest 
Department. 



=Gertrude Evelyn, 
2nd dau. of the 
Rev. James Mowat, 
Rector of Hands- 
worth, CO. York ; 
marr. at North Wal- 
sham on Saturday, 
10 October 1896. 



William Langham-= 
Carter of Singapore, 
Straits Settlements; 
born 13 April 1869; 
assumed the ad- 
ditional surname of 
Langham in 1901. 



^Frances Maud, eldest dau. of 
Reginald Wyndham Buttenvorth, 
by Rosalind Harriet his wife, dau. 
of Francis Samuel Daniel-Tyssen of 
Castle House, Sandgate, co. Kent 
{see Pedigree of Amherst, Vol. ij, 

page 7j); born 23 November 1873; 
marr. at Bath Abbey 21 June 1902. 



Joan, bom 2 October 
1897 ; died in Burma 
in 1898. 



James Langham Carter, 
bom in Burma 18 Sep- 
tember 1898. 



Reginald Robert Langham-Carter, 
born at Singapore 17 November 
1903, bapt. there. 



Margaret, Rev. George James Pattison (son of James=T=Mary, born 
bom 17 Balfour Pattison, Vicar of Stockingford, co. j 3 September 
October Warwick, by Emily Montgomery his wife, dau. 1872; marr. at 
1870. of Joseph Watson, Solicitor); born at Nelson, | West Hamp- 

co. Lancaster, 17 December 187 1 ; of St. 1 stead 15 Oc- 
Nicholas' College, Lancing, 1895; Assistant tober 1907. 
Master at Ardingly College 1 896-1 901; Curate 
of Oundle, co. Northampton, 1901-1905, and 
of Langham, co. Rutland, since 1905. /K 



Adelaide Catheri ne, 
born 1 4 August 
1878. 



JA,^..^ 



^rttirau):. 



Arms. — Argent a chevron sable in chief a label of tliree poinls gules. 
Cresl. — A Saracen's head in profile couped at the shoulders on the 

head a cliapcau azure turned up argent. 
Molto. — Dcus providebil. 



William Prideaux (3rd son of George Prideaux [istcousin= 
of William Prideaux of Kingsbridge, co. Devon, see Vol. 5, 
page 62], by Anna his wife, dau. and heiress of Philip 
Cookworthy) ; born at Kingsbridge 28 February 1778; 
died 6 December 1844, bur. at Kingsbridge. 



.^^^r:^ 




=Mary Cowles, dau. of Robert Ansticc of 
Bridgwater, co. Somerset, by Susanna his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Ball of Bridgwater; 
born 20 October 1783; died at Dod- 
brooke, co. Devon, in her 85th year, on 
Friday, 9 October 1868, bur. at Kings- 
bridge. Will dated 30 June 1868, proved 
at Exeter 22 December 1868, by Caro- 
line Prideaux of Kingsbridge, spinster, 
daughter, one of the Exors. 

A 



Francis William Prideaux, born at Plymouth, co. Devon, 31= 
October 1806; Secretary in Revenue Department of India Office; 
died at 13 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, London, in his 65th 
year, on Thursday, 3 August 187 1, bur. in Paddington Cemetery, 
Willesden Lane, co. Middlesex. M.L Will dated 7 July 1871, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 567, 71) 17 August 1871, by Mary Charlotte 
Prideaux of 13 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, spinster, daughter, 
Charles James Prideaux 



of 13 Avenue Road, son, 
and Walter Sherburne 
Prideaux of the Gold- 
smiths' Hall, London, 
the Exors. 



Mary Frances, only dau.= 
of John Townshend 
Philpot of the Pay- 
Master General's Office, 
by .\gnes his wife, dau. 
of Alexander Campbell ; 
born at Old Brompton, 
CO. Kent, on Fri- 
day, I December 1 843 ; 
marr. at St. Stephen-the- 
Martyr, Avenue Road, 
Regent's Park, London, 
on Saturday, lo April 
1869; died at Bushire, 
Persian Gulf, aged 33, 
I August 1877, bur. in 
the .Armenian Church 
there. M.L ist wife. 






Charlotte, dau. of James Giles of 
Maidstone, co. Kent, by Anne 
Wallace his wife; born 10 August 
1810; marr. in London 27 July 
1839; died at 2 Sidlaw Terrace, 
Bognor, co. Sussex, aged 69, on 
Saturday, 27 March 1880, bur. in 
Paddington Cemetery. Will dated 
22 March 1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 459, 80) 12 May i88o, by 
Mary Charlotte Prideaux of 2 Sid- 
law Terrace, Bognor, daughter, 
one of the Exors. 



'Colonel William Francis Prideaux, C.S.L ; born= 
at North Bank, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, 
30 April 1840; educated at Aldenham School; 
matriculated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
27 March 1858; of the India Office 1859; 
entered the Bombay Army as Ensign i 2 January 
i860, and the Bombay Staff Corps 1865, Captain 
12 January 1872, Lieut. -Colonel 12 January 
1886, Colonel 12 January 1890; appointed 
Assistant to Resident at Aden 1864 ; attached 
to Mr. Rassam's mission to King Theodore of 
Abyssinia March 1865, a prisoner at Magdala 
from July 1866 to April 1S68; served in Abys- 
sinian War 1868 (medal) ; Political Agent and 
Consul-General at Zanzibar December 1873 to 
March 1875, and in Persian Gulf March 1876 
to August 1877, Resident at Jeyijore 1880-82, 
in Kashmir 1890-93, in Meywar 1893-94, and in 
Jeypore 1894-95 ; created C.S.I, i January 1S95 ; 
Author of " The Lay of the Himyarites," &c. 



=Mary Catherine (Birdie), 
3rd dau. of Alexander 
Charles MacLeod of 
Castlefield, Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop, M.D., 
M.R.C.P., Surgeon- 

Major Madras Army, by 
Sophia Maria Purves his 
2nd wife, dau. of Major- 
General Henry Prior, 
Bengal Army ; born at 
Secunderabad, India, 23 
October i860; marr. at 
All Saints', Kirkee, East 
Indies, on Sunday, 
I January 1882. 2nd 
wife. 



I 
Arthur William Prideaux, born 
at Aden, Presidency of Bombay, 
India, 10 September 1870, 
bapt. there ; died 23 March 
187 1, bur. at Steamer Point, 
Aden. M.L 



Francis Beville Prideaux, born at Aden on Sunday, 26 November 
1871, bapt. there; educated at Marlborough and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion 
Middlesex Regiment 3 May 1890, Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps 
1895, Captain 3 May 1901, Major 3 May 1908; Political Agent, 
Bahrein, Persian Gulf, 1904. 

36 



Emma Beesley, born at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
22 November 1808; died 20 April 1830, bur. at 
St. Servan, France. 



Ellen, born at Plymouth 5 March 
1 8 10; died 18 June, bur. at Plymouth 
25 June 1815. 



Mary Charlotte, bom 
in London 14 July 
1841 ; died at 2 Sidlaw 
Terrace, Bognor, co. 
Sussex, aged 44, on 
Tuesday, 2 February 
1886, bur. at South 
Bersted, co. Sussex. 
Adiiion was granted at 
Chichester 23 March 
1886, to Florence 
Grisewood Prideaux of 
2 Sidlaw Terrace, Bog- 
nor, spinster, sister. 



Colonel Robert Anstice Prideaux, born at North= 
Bank, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, 28 October 
1842, bapt. at Kingsbridge, co. Devon; entered the 
Bombay Army 27 March 1861, Captain 4 February 
1871, Lieut.-Colonel 27 March 1887, Colonel 5 
January 1897; served with 15th, 26th, 5th and 20th 
Regiments of Bombay Infantry to March 1881, 
Acting Assistant Resident, Baroda, and Boundary 
Commissioner, Amreli and Kathiawar, 1869-73, 
Deputy Judge Advocate, Mhow, Quetta, Mhow 
and Poona Divisions, and Assistant Judge 
Advocate-General, Poona, March 1881 to 1889, 
Deputy Judge Advocate-General, Secunderabad 
Division and Hydrabad Contingent 1889-93, ^^d 
of Bombay Command 1893-99. 




'Sophia Isabella 
Winckworth, eldest 
dau. of Colonel 
Winckworth Scott, 
Bombay StafTCorps, 
by Sophia his ^viJfe, 
dau. of Jeffery Am- 
herstSinclair, M.D., 
Inspector - General 
Bombay Medical 
Department ; born 
at Belgaum, East 
Indies, 28 April 
1849 ; marr. at the 
Camp near Deesa, 
East Indies, on 
Thursday, 4 April 
1867. 



Francis Winckworth Anstice Prideaux, born=pNora EveljTi, dau. of Samuel Chapman of 



at Gogo, Kathiawar, East Indies, 9 May 
1869, bapt. there; Deputy Commissioner 
and Sessions Judge, Berar, East Indies. 



Bridgwater, co. Somerset, Solicitor; born 22 
August 1877 ; marr. at Amraoti Camp, Berar, 
14 April 1897. 



Pamela Margaret Anstice, 
born at Basim, Berar, 
15 October 1901. 



I 
George Prideaux, born at the 
Residency, Jaipur, Rajputana, India, 
on Wednesday, 18 October, died at 
Jaipur, on Sunday, 12 November 
1882, bur. there the same day. 



William Hugh Cardinan Prideaux, born at Bognor 23 
January 1884, bapt. there; educated at Shrewsbury and 
at Faraday House Electrical Institute (Faraday Scholar 
January 1903); Junior Demonstrator Central Technical 
College, South Kensington, 1908; H.M. Inspector of 
Factories, Home Office, 1909. 



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c 



Philip Edward Prideaux, born at Vine House, = 
Norbiton, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 16 November 
1873, bapt. at Norbiton; educated at Clifton 
and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
2nd Lieutenant West India Regiment 25 April 
1894, Lieutenant 22 April 1896, Captain 7 May 
1900, resigned August 1902 ; Major Canadian 
Local Forces, Ottawa ; served in the Ashanti 
Expedition 1895-96 (star), and in operations 
in Sierra Leone 1898-99 (medal with clasp). 



^Frances Mae, eldest 
dau. of Burrows Henry 
Rothwell of Detroit, 
Michigan, U.S.A. ; marr. 
at St. Mark's, Hamil- 
ton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 5 September 
1898. 



Mary Agatha Holm- 
wood, born at Simla, 
Punjab, India, on 
Wednesday, 21 July 
1875- 



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Louisa, bom at Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, 12 September 
181 1 ; died at Kingsbridge, 
CO. Devon, 28 January 
1892, bur. there. Will 
dated 9 September 1886, 
with codicil dated 20 Oc- 
tober 1 89 1, proved at 
Exeter 28 March 1892, by 
I^ura Mary Stradling, 
widow, sister, and Georgina 
Mercy Stradling, spinster, 
the Exors. 



Caroline, born at 
Plymouth 24 February 
1813; died at 2 Frede- 
rick Place, Bognor, 
CO. Sussex, 19 July 
1 90 1, bur. at South 
liersted, co. Sussex. 
Will dated 5 March 
1897, proved at 
Chichester 26 August 
1901, by Laura Mary 
Stradling, widow, the 
sister, sole Executrix. 



Beville Prideaux of Rose 
Cottage, Upton, co. Essex ; 
born at Plymouth 18 Oc- 
tober 1814; died at 56 
Bolsover Street, London, 
aged 48, on Saturday, 21 
March 1863. Adfiion was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 18 April 1863, to 
P'rancis William Prideaux 
of 13 Avenue Road, 
Regent's Park, London, 
brother. 



I 
Eliza, born at 
Plymouth 5 
January 1816; 
died 10 Jan- 
uary 1862, bur. 
at Kingsbridge. 



Charles James Prideaux, bom in 
London 21 January 1844; marr. 
in London 27 October 1869, Jane 
Elizabeth Amelia, dau. of John 
McLaren of London. He died at 
56 Brooke Road, Stoke Newington, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 41, on Tues- 
day, 10 November, and was bur. 
in Abney Park Cemetery, London, 
17 November 1885. 



Walter Courtenay 
Prideaux of Mil- 
ford Haven, co. 
Pembroke ; born 
in London 20 
April 1845. 



Elizabeth Ann, 
born in London 
14 December 
1846; died in 
London 20 June 
1847, bur. in 
St. John's Wood 
Chapel Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex. 



Florence Grisewood, 
of Churchfields, Mar- 
gate, CO. Kent; born 
in London 28 April 
1853- 



I. 
Robert Anstice Prideaux, born at= 
Gogo, Kathiawar, East Indies, 27 
August 1870, bapt. at Ahmada- 
bad. East Indies ; educated at 
Middleton School, Bognor, Chel- 
tenham School, Lucerne College 
and Sunbury Military College ; 
joined the 3rd Dragoon Guards 
in 1889, resigned in 1902; served 
in Black Mountain Expedition, 
and with the Natal Scouts in 
the Matabcle War 1893, and 
Ma,shonaland F'ield Force 1896; 
in N'ongai Regiment in Zambaaus 
Expedition ; Captain and Brevet 
Major Imperial Light Horse, 
South African War 1899-1902. 



=Dora, dau. of the 
Rev. John Price 
Alcock Fletcher, 
Rector of Aston- 
Flamville-with-Bur- 
bage, CO. Leicester, 
by Marian his wife, ■ 
dau. of the Rev. 
Waters Banks,Chap- 
lain R. N. ; born 
at Broxbourne, 
CO. Hertford, in 
1880 ; educated at 
Cheltenham Clirls' 
College ; marr. at 
Murree, East Indies, 
in 1904. 



GeorgeWalterBeville 
Prideaux, born at 
Rajkot, East Indies, 
27 August 187 1, 
bapt. there; Deputy- 
Superintendent of 
Police, Burmah. 



Charles Chamberlen 
Anstice Prideaux, 
born at Rajkot 24 
November 1872, 
bapt. there ; served 
in South African War 
with the Imperial 
Light Horse (medal). 



Sophie Sinclair 
Anstice, born at 
Bognor 10 March 
1874, bapt. at St. 
John's, Bognor ; 
marr. at Poona, 
East Indies, 22 
February 1897, 
Herbert William 
Johnston of the 
Indian Staff 

Corps, Captain 
30 January 1897, 
Major 30 January 
1904. 



Denis Robert Anstice Prideaux (twin 
with Esm^ Dora Sinclair), born at 
Broxbourne 13 February 1905. 



Esm^ Dora Sinclair (twin with Denis 
Robert Anstice), born at Broxbourne 
13 P'ebruary 1905. 



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Sparks Molineof Church=j=Isabella, bom at 
Street, Stoke Newington, Plymouth, co. 
CO. Middlesex, and of Devon, 15 July 
Adelaide Place, London 181 7; marr. at 
Bridge ; born at Plaistow, the Friends' 
CO. Essex, 12 May Meeting House, 
181 1 ; died at Church Kingsbridge, co. 
Street, Stoke Newington, Devon, 8 No- 
aged 54, on Tuesday, 28 vember 1838 ; 
November 1865, bur. in died at Church 
the Friends' Burying Street, Stoke 
Ground at Winchmore Newington, aged 
Hill, CO. Middlesex. Will 22, in October 
dated i November 1865, 1840, bur. in 
proved (Prin. Reg., 44, the Friends' 
66) 20 January 1866, by BuryingGround 
John Williams of Mark at Winchmore 
Lane, London, Thomas Hill. 
Weller of High Street, 
Croydon, co. Surrey, and 
William Bettell of Ade- 
laide Place, London 
Bridge, three of the 
Exors. /(n^ 



Fanny, bom 
at Plymouth 
9 February 
18 19; died 
unmarried 13 
April 1866, 
bur. at Kings- 
bridge. 



William Hancock= 
Balkwill of Mal- 
borough, CO. Devon ; 
born 1 2 April 1 8 1 1 ; 
died at Kings- 
bridge, aged 66, on 
Sunday, 6 May 
1877, buried there. 
Will dated 22 July 
1874, proved at 
Exeter 20 July 
1877, by Lydia 
Chalker Balkwill of 
Kingsbridge, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



=Annette, bom 
at Plymouth 
13 May 1820 ; 
marr. at Dod- 
brooke, co. 
Devon, 12 Ap- 
ril 1842 ; died 
27 September 
1846, buried 
at Kingsbridge. 
I St wife. 



Arthur Ker An- 
stice Prideaux, 
bomatBelgaum, 
East Indies, 13 
June 1875, bapt. 
there ; married 
in 1902, Nina 
Sladen. 



Hugh Guillum Anstice 
Prideaux, bom at Aden, 
Presidency of Bombay, 
India, 20 April 1877, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Aden ; 
died at Mhow, Central 
India, 27 June 1878, 
bur. there. 



Bertram Clay (4th son of=^Ethel Charlotte 



Major-General Charles Henry 
Clay of the Indian Staff 
Corps); died at 225 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, 
14 May 1907. AdiSon (with 
will dated 8 September 1902) 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 19 July 1907, to Ethel 
Charlotte Anstice Clav, relict. 



A 



Anstice, born at 
Bognor, CO. Sussex, 
6 June 1879, bapt. 
at St. John's, Bog- 
nor ; marr. at St. 
George's, More- 
bath, North Devon, 
on Thursday, 4 
September 1902. 



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I 



24 September 1821 ; 
tnarr. at St. Stephen- 
the-Martyr, Avenue 
Road, Regent's Park, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 26 October 1865. 



Robert Anstice Stradling of Dale, co. Pembroke=Laura Mary, bom at 
(4th son of Edward Anstice Stradling of Plymouth, co. Devon, 
Chedzoy, co. Somerset, by Elizabeth Rathbone 
his wife, dau. of Rtjbert Anstice of Bridgwater, 
CO. Somerset) ; bom 15 February 1824; Captain 
Indian Navy; marr. istly i November 1854, 
Georgina Charlotte, dau. of - Stirling, Lieu- 
tenant R.N. ; born 27 May 1834; died at 
Allenbrook Dale, Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 
aged 30, on Friday, 8 July 1864. He died at 
13 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, London, in 
his 44th year, on Monday, 11 November 1867, 
and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 14 September 1867, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 63, 68) 22 January 1868, 
by Laura Mary Stradling of Dale, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



Agatha Anstice, born 
at Plymouth 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 1823; died at 
Bognor, co. Sussex, 
aged 55, on Thursday, 
19 September, bur. at 
South Bersted, co. 
Sussex, 24 September 
1878. Will dated 
7 December 1870, 
proved at Chichester 
II October 1878, by 
Laura Mary Stradling 
of Frederick Place, 
Bognor, widow, sister, 
the sole E.\ecutrix. 



Alexander Percy Dunbar Carmatt Stuart,=f=Grace Caroline Anstice, 



born I July 1865 ; Lieutenant East York- 
shire Regiment (from Militia) 8 December 
1886, Indian Staff Corps 9 April 1888, 
Captain Indian Army 8 December 1897, 
Major 125th Napier's Rifles (Indian Army) 
8 December 1904 ; served in Burmese 
Expedition 1888-89 (medal with clasp). /\ 



bom at Neemuch, East 
Indies, 25 February 
1 88 1, bapt. there ; 
marr. at Poona, East 
Indies, 3 September 
1897. 



John Humphrey Anstice 
Prideaux, born at Poona, 
East Indies, 10 Decem- 
ber 1882, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Poona ; served 
in South African War 
with the Cape Mounted 
Rifles (medal). 



Dorothy Mary Anstice, 
born at Poona 22 April 
1884, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Poona; marr. at Amraoti, 
Berar, East Indies, 18 
January 1907, John 
Alfred Baker of the 
Public Works Depart- 
ment, India. 



Claude William Ans- Beville Engledue Anstice Isabel Laura An- 
tice Prideaux, born Prideaux, born at Poona stice, bom at 
at Poona 15 June 13 August 1888, bapt. at Secunderahad 30 
1885, bapt. at St. St. Paul's, Poona; died January, died there 
Paul's, Poona. at Secunderahad, East 4 June 1890. 
Indies, 4 May 1891. 

Guy Vivian Anstice 
Prideaux, bom at 
Poona 18 January 
1887, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Poona. 




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Hamilton- 



Arms. — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Gules three cinquefoils pierced ermine; 

2nd and 3rd, Argent a lymphad sails furled and oars sable. 
Cnst. — Out of a ducal coronet or an oak fructed and penetrated transversely 

in the main stem by a frame-saw proper the blade inscribed 

with the word "Through" the frame gold. 



Rev. William Hamilton, IJ.D. (only son of John Hamilton of= 
Londonderry, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Archibald Hope) ; born 
at Londonderry 16 December 1757, bapt. there i January 1758; 
of Trinity College, Dublin, matriculated i November 1771, 
Scholar 30 May 1774, B.A. 1776, Fellow 31 May 1779, M.A. 
1779, D.D. 4 March 1794; Rector of Fanet and Clondevadock, co. 
Donegal ; Author of " The County of Antrim," and other works : 
assassinated by revolutionists at the house of Dr. Waller at Sharon, 
CO. Donegal, 2 March 1797, bur. in Londonderry Cathedral. M.L 
A pension of jCyoo per annum was immediately voted by Parliament 
to his widow, and continued to her children until the death of the 
last survivor. 




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=Sarah, dau. of Chamberlen 
Walker, M.D., by Catharine 
his wife, dau. of the Rt. 
Hon'''= Henr)- Bingham of 
Newbrook, co. Mayo, M.P. ; 
married 13 May 1780; 
married 2ndly in 1799, the 
Rev. John Nolan, Vicar of 
Antony, co. Cornwall, who 
died II April 1835, and was 
bur. at Antony. M.L Will 
proved (P.C.C.) 10 July 

1835. She died 22 January 

1836, and was bur. at 
Antony. M.L 



Catherine, marr. in February 1822, Captain Silas 
Thomson Hood, R.N. (son of Silas Hood of 
Carbeel, co. Cornwall) : born at Devonport, co. 
Devon, in 1789; entered the Royal Navy as 
ist-class Volunteer i May 1800, Sub-Lieutenant 
March 1808, 2nd Lieutenant December 181 1, 
ist Lieutenant January 1813, Commander 27 
April 1815 ; as Lieutenant of the " Bacchante " 
1811-13 he was repeatedly distinguished for 
gallantry in boat actions (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 1813), and received a pension 
of ^260 for partial disablement ; died s.p., aged 
61, at Caton, near Ivybridge, co. Devon, 26 June 
1850. She died at Caton in 1866, and was bur. 
at Ivybridge. 



William Hamilton of 14 The= 
Octagon, Plymouth, co. 
Devon, M.D. ; bom 28 De- 
cember 1782 ; died at 14 The 
Octagon, Plymouth, 23 May 
1856, bur. in the cemetery at 
Plymouth. 



=Mary Thomson, 
dau. of Silas Hood 
of Carbeel ; born 
2 1 November 

1797 ; marr. 27 
December 182 1 ; 
died at Bradley 
House, Chiswick, 
co.Middlesex,aged 
85, on Wednesday, 
II April 1883, bur. 
in Hammersmith 
Cemetery. 



Colonel Thomas Parker Wright=j=Mary Macaulay, Edward Newell Har-=j=Sarah Lely Vescina, 



(eldest son of Thomas Wright, Major 
73rd and 95th Foot, by Jemima Vina 
his wife, dau. of Lieut.-Colonel Tho- 
mas Vincent Reynolds, 30th Foot); 
born at Jamaica 26 October 1826; 
entered as Ensign 2nd West India 
Regiment 7 February 1844, Lieu- 
tenant 83rd Foot 1 848, Captain 1857, 
Major 1872, Lieut.-Colonel 1879, 
Colonel I June 1881 ; Captain Staff 
Officer of Pensioners (Cavan, Chester 
and London districts) ; served with 
the 83rd Foot in the Indian Mutiny, 
and was present at the affair of 
Sanganeer, and defeat of the Gwalior 
rebels at Kotaria 14 August 1858 
(medal with clasp); died at Lee, co. 
Kent, on Monday, 5 March 1888, bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery. Adinon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
I June 1 888, to Marischal Keith 
Frith, Barrister-at-Law. /K 



born 3 1 May 
1825; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 27 
December 1848 ; 
died at 5 Ravens- 
court Terrace, 
Hammersmith, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 7 
April 1874, bur. 
in Brompton 
Cemetery. 



rison, born in 1825 ; 
of the Royal Navy, 
Clerk 10 January 
i844,Paymaster 1850 
and 1 85 1 on board 
the "Assistance" on 
Arctic Expedition in 
search of Sir John 
Franklin, and of the 
"Buzzard" 14 June 
1S53; died at Cazo 
Hospital, Guata- 
namo. South Coast 
of Cuba, 1 Decem- 
ber 1854. Adtiion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 
8 December 1856, to 
Octavius Onimaney. 



born 20 August 
1829; marr. at Stoke 
Damerel, co. Devon, 
in January 1852 ; 
died at Ridgway, 
Plympton St. Mary, 
CO. Devon, 10 May 
i860, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ply- 
mouth. Will dated 
I July 1859, proved 
at Exeter 2 July 
i860, by Camilla 
Anne Elizabeth 

Selina Hamilton, 
spinster, sister, and 
Henry Newell Har- 
rison, two of the 
Exors. 



A 



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Balfour Rowley 
Hamilton. 

Elizabeth Ann, 
marr. the Rev. 
William Johnson 
(son of the Rev. 
\\'illiam Moore 
Johnson, D.C.L., 
byMaryhiswife); 
of All Souls' Col- 
lege, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 5 Feb. 
1 819, aged 17, 
Bible Clerk 1819 
-22, B.A. 1823. 



Rev. John Southcomb (eldest son=f Sarah, marr. in 



of the Rev. John Southcomb, 
Rector of Rose Ash and Patron of 
King's Nympton, both co. Devon, 
by Susanna his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Edmund Cranger, Rector of 
Lawton, co. Chester) ; born at Rose 
Ash 14 November 1788; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
May 1809, B.A. 1813; Curate of 
St. Wenn, co. Cornwall ; died at 
St. U'enn 15 August, bur. at Rose 
Ash 21 August 1840. 



September 1817 ; 
died at 2 1 Rivers 
Street, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 
on Thursday, 5 
July i860, bur. 
in Lansdowne 
Cemetery, Bath. 
M.I. 



A 



Bingham Walker 
Hamilton, born in 
1793 ; Scholar of 
Trinity College, Dub- 
lin ; Member of the 
Historical Society in 
the University of 
Dublin; accidentally 
shot at Laughame 
Castle, CO. Carmar- 
then, 1 2 October, 
bur. at Laugharne 
14 October 1815. 
M.I. 



I 



William John Warburton Hamilton of Christchurch,= 
Canterbury, New Zealand ; born at St. Mary's 
Vicarage, Sandwich, co. Kent, 11 August 1825, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Sandwich, 18 July 1826; 
educated at Harrow; J.P. ; died at Christchurch, 
Canterbury, on Thursday, 6 December 1883, 
bur. there. Adriion (with will dated 26 April 
1881) was granted at the Principal Registry 
24 December 1886, to Harry \V'ilmot Lee, 
the Attorney of Thomas ^Villiam Maude, Edward 
Vesey Hamilton, son, and Frances Hamilton, 
relict, the Exors, now residing at Christchurch. 



=Frances, dau. of James 
Townsend of P'erry 
Mead, Canterbury, New 
Zealand, by Alicia his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Burgess,Captain Hon''''= 
East India Co.'s Ser- 
vice ; born at West 
Hill, Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, 11 April 1820; 
marr. at the old parish 
church, Wandsworth, 
6 November 1855. 



Vescina Wienholt, 
born at St. Mary's 
Vicarage, Sand- 
wich, in February, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Sandwich, 2 June 
1827. 



Edward Vesey Hamilton, born at 
Dampier's Bay, Lyttelton, New- 
Zealand, 27 September 1856, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Lyttelton; educated 
at Christ's College Grammar School, 
Christchurch, Berlin and Paris; died 
unmarried at Christchurch 23 March, 
buried at Barbadoes Street Ceme- 
tery, Christchurch, 26 March 1891. 
Adinon was granted at Christchurch 
to Richard Malone Hamilton, brother. 



Richard Malone Hamilton of 1070 
Hay Street, Perth, West Australia ; 
born at Dampier's Day, Lyttelton, 
New Zealand, 10 August, bapt. at 
temporary church, Lyttelton, 29 
September 1858 ; educated at 
Christ's College Grammar School, 
Christchurch, Paris and London ; 
Associate of the Royal Institute of 
British Architects. 



Frances, born at 
Latimer Square, 
(-'hrislchurch. New 
Zealand, 4 March 
1861 ; marr. Frank 
N. Robinson of 
Papanui Road, 

Christchurch. 



Camilla Ann Elizabeth Selina, born 24 Sep- 
tember 1832 ; died unmarried at Sutherland 
House, Grove Place, Hammersmith, co. 
Middlesex, on Sunday, 3 September 1882, bur. 
in Hammersmith Cemetery. Will dated 18 
July 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 611, 83) 14 July 
1 883, by Samuel Rawson, one of the Exors. 



Daniel Vesey Hamilton, born 1 1 March 
1839 ; of the Royal Navy, Paymaster on 
board the " Welle.sley " March 1859; died 
unmarried at the Hospital in the Bermudas 
4 March 1863. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 2 January 1864, to 
Duncan Pringle Burnett. 



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Vescina, marr. John 
Litton of Ardavilling, 
CO. Cork {4th son 
of Edward Litton 
of Ballyfermot, co. 
Dublin, Captain 37th 
Foot, by Esther 
Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of the Very Rev. 
Daniel Letablere, 
D.D., Dean of 
Tuam); M.A., J. P.; 
died s.p. 



Rev. John Vesey Hamilton, born 24=j=Frances Agnes, eldest dau. of 



November 1795; of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 February 18 16, 
B.A. 1818, M.A. 1824; Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Sandwich, and of Little Chart, 
both CO. Kent, formerly Chaplain Royal 
Navy ; died at St. Omer, France, 3 Sep- 
tember 1870, bur. there. AdiSon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 9 
June 1871, to Captain Richard Vesey 
Hamilton of Netherton House, Wey- 
mouth, CO. Dorset, R.N., son, one of 
the next of kin. 



Richard Malone of Pallas Park, 
Queen's County, by Bridget his 
wife, dau. of Captain Matthias 
Moore of Portarlington, Queen's 
County ; marr. at Bath, co. 
Somerset, in 1824 ; died suddenly 
at 2 Vine Place, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, on Sunday, 14 March 
1875, bur. at Brighton. Admon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 13 May 1875, to Cap- 
tain Richard Vesey Hamilton of 
Pembroke Dockyard, R.N., son, 
one of the next of kin. 



Admiral Sir Richard Vesey Hamilton of The Elms, Chalfont= 
St. Peter, co. Buckingham, G.C.B. ; born at St. Mary's 
Vicarage, Sandwich, 28 May 1829, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Sandwich, 17 February 1830; entered the Royal Navy as 
a ist-class Volunteer 15 July 1843, Mate 1 August 1849, 
Lieutenant 11 October 1851, Commander 10 August 1857, 
Captain 27 January 1862, Rear-Admiral 27 September 
1877, Vice-Admiral 17 February 1884, Admiral 18 Oc- 
tober 1887, retired 28 May 1894; Mate of the "Assistance," 
in the search for Sir John Franklin 1850-51, led a sledge 
party 209 miles, being absent 21 days from his ship; served 
in the Arctic 1852-54 (Arctic medal), and as ist Lieutenant 
of the " Desperate " in the Baltic during the Russian War 
1855 (Baltic medal); at the destruction of Fatshan flotilla of 
war junks i June 1857 (China medal, Fatshan clasp, and 
promoted Commander for his services at the action of 
Fatshan); 2nd Naval Lord of the Admiralty 1888-89, 
I St Naval Lord 1889-91 ; Superintendent of Pembroke 
Dockyard 1875-77, Senior Ofificer on the coast of Ireland 
April 1880 to March 1883, Commander-in-Chief, China, 
August 1885 to December 18S7, President of the Royal Naval 
College, Greenwich, September 1891 to September 1894; Flag 
Officer's Good Service Pension 25 ^Larch 1895 ; created C.B. 
29 May 1875, K.C.B. 21 June 1887 (Jubilee Honour), G.C.B. 
24 May 1895; F.R.G.S. ; Author of " Naval Administration." 



=Julia Frances Delme, 2nd dau. 
of Vice-Admiral James Arthur 
Murray, by Julia his 2nd 
wife, youngest dau. of John 
Delme of Cams Hall, co. 
Hants ; born in Victoria 
Square, Reading, co. Berks, on 
Monday, i April 1839, bapt. at 
St. Giles', Reading ; marr. there 
(by the father of the bride- 
groom, assisted by the Rev. 
T. Vincent Fosbery, the Vicar) 
on Thursday, 18 December 
1862 ; died at Summerlands, 
Curdridge, co. Hants, aged 58, 
on Friday, 4 June, bur. at 
the parish church, Eltham, co. 
Kent, on Wednesday, 9 June 
1897. Adiiion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 6 August 
1897, to Sir Richard Vesey 
Hamilton. 

{See Pedigree of Murray, 
Vol. IS, page 178.) 



Rosalind Maria, born at 
Victoria Road, Charlton, 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 1 2 
January 1869, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Old Charlton. 



James Murray Hamilton, born at Netherton House, Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, on Monday, 9 October 1871 ; educated at Wellington 
College and at the Oxford Military College ; .served in South 
African War with Brabant's Horse 1900-1901 (medal with six 
clasps) ; Assistant Inspector of Customs to the Liberian Govern- 
ment, West Africa, 1906. 



Rose Philippa, born at Dampier's Bay, Lyttelton, New Zealand, 30 July 1S62 
Latimer Square, Christchurch, New Zealand, 13 April 1873, bur. at Christchurch. 



died at 



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Frederick James Rodneys 
of Boveysand, Plymouth, 
CO. Devon (2nd son of the 
Hon'''' Mortimer Rodney, 
7th son of George, 2nd 
Baron Rodney, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of Robert 
Withy); bom 16 May 
1821. 



=f=Frances Philippa Catharine, bom at 
St. Mary's Vicarage, Sandwich, co. 
Kent, 22 December 1830, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Sandwich, 25 April 1831 ; 
marr. at Calais, France, on Wed- 
nesday, 30 June 1852; died at 
Boveysand, Plymouth, 22 December 
1894, bur. at Hove, co. Devon. 



Henrietta Anne, born at St. Mary's 
Vicarage, Sandwich, 15 December 
1832, bapt. at St. Mary's, Sandwich, 
2 July 1833 ; marr. at the English 
Embassy, Berlin, Otto Gosche (son 
of Pastor Gosche of Wellniitz, near 
Frankfurt-on-the-Oder, Germany) ; 
Lieutenant in the German Infantry. 



Violet Julia Delm^, born at Netherton 
House, Weymouth, co. Dorset, on 
Friday, 25 April 1873 ; died at Rich- 
mond House, Lee Green, co. Kent, 
aged 12, on Sunday, 7 February, bur. 
at the parish church, Eltham, co. 
Kent, 13 February 1886. 



William John Rodney Hamilton, born at the Captain 
Superintendent's House, Pembroke Dockyard, on Friday, 
27 August 1875, bapt. at the Dockyard Chapel ; educated 
at Dover College and at the Oxford Military College; 
served with Ceylon Mounted Infantry in South African 
War 1 900-1 90 1 (medal with four clasps); tea-planter at 
Laxapanagalla Estate, Ceylon. 



Frederic James Hamilton of Sumner,= 
Christchurch, New Zealand (twin with 
Charles Henry), born at Dampier's 
Bay, Lyttelton, New Zealand, 9 July, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Lyttelton, 
29 September 1865 ; educated at 
Christ's College Grammar School, 
Christchurch. 



=Ethel, dau. of William Upton Slack, by Charlotte Sarah 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. George Fort Cooper of 
Vetminster, co. Dorset ; born at Woodside, near Geraldine, 
Canterbury, New Zealand, 26 June, bapt. at the parish 
church, Geraldine, 29 November 1S68 ; marr. at All Saints', 
Palmerston, North Island, New Zealand, 27 December 1893. 



William James Vesey Hamilton, 
born at Linton, near Palmerston, 
North Island, New Zealand, on 
Monday, 15 April, bapt. at All 
Saints', Palmerston, 6 June 1895; 
educated at Christ's College 
Grammar School, Christchurch. 



John Frederick Claud Hamilton, 
born at Roto-iti Farm, near Kirwee, 
Canterbury, New Zealand, 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. George's, Kirwee, 
12 May 189S; died at Waitoi-toi, 
Palmerston, 21 October 1898, bur. 
in Palmerston North Cemetery. 



Frederick Hervey Hamil- 
ton, born at Roto-iti 
Farm, near Kirwee, Can- 
terbury, 7 March, bapt. 
at Roto-iti 31 August 
1899. 



Henry Warburton Fitz- 
gerald Hamilton, born 
at Roto-iti Farm, near 
Kirwee, Canterbury, 
on Monday, 16 April, 
bapt. at Roto-iti 31 
May 1900. 



Reginald Claud Hamil- 
ton, born at Arborfield, 
Burwood, near Christ- 
church, 12 June, bapt. 
at All Saints', Burwood, 
10 October 1901. 

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Rose Philippa Upton, 
born at Puriweiro, 
Redcliff, near Christ- 
church, 5 October, 
bapt. there 14 De- 
cember 1904. 



Jane Malone, born 
at 2 Latimer Square, 
Christchurch, 13 De- 
cember 1906, bapt. 
at Puriweiro, Red- 
clifif, 26 October 
1907. 



Rev. Edmund Horace Fellowes (2nd son of Horace Decimus=f=Lilian Louisa, bom at 14 



Fellowes, by Louisa Emily his wife, 2nd dau. of Edmund Packe 

of I Stanhope Place, Hyde Park, London, Captain Royal Horse 

Guards [Blue], see Pedigree of Packe, Vol. 7, page 168) ; bom 

at 78 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 11 

November, bapt. at All Saints', Norfolk Square, London, 15 December 

1870; educated at Winchester College and at Oriel College, Oxford, 

matriculated 25 October 1889, B.A. 1892, M.A. and Mus. Bac. 1896; 

Assistant Curate at St. Anne's, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 1894-97, 1 Kensington, London, on 

Precentor of Bristol Cathedral 1897-1900, appointed Minor Canon Thursday, 12 January- 1899. 

of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, 26 June 1900. /k^ 

{See Pedigree of Fellowes, Vol. 8, page 104.) 



East Combe Villas, Charl- 
ton, CO. Kent, on Friday, 
1 1 January, bapt. at St. 
John's, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 22 February 1878; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, South 



Catharine, eldest dau. of=j=Charles Henry Hamilton of Sumner, Christ-=f=Catharine Harriet, 3rd dau. 

Charles Obins Torlesse, 1 church. New Zealand (twin with Frederic of the Rev. Henry Torlesse, 
James) ; born at Dampier's Bay, Lyttelton, 1 by Elizabeth Henrietta his 
New Zealand, 9 July, bapt. at Holy Trinity, I wife, dau. of Thomas 
Lyttelton, 29 September 1865 ; educated at ' Revell of Kaiapoi, New 
Christ'sCollegeGrammarSchool,Christchurch. Zealand. 2nd wife. 



by Alicia his wife, dau. 
of James Townsend 
of Christchurch, New 
Zealand, ist wife. 



I '. ' ~ 

William Crosbie Hamilton of 6 Queen Anne's^Henrietta Mary (his cousin), 7th dau. of Frederick 

Terrace, Plymouth, co. Devon ; bom 1 5 Decern- James Rodney, by Frances Philippa Catharine his 

ber 1867 ; educated at Edinburgh University, wife, dau. of the Rev. John Vesey Hamilton {see 

M.B., CM. 1893; Hon. Anaesthetist (formerly previous page); born on Friday, 16 August 1867; 

Senior House Surgeon) to South Devon and marr. at Wembury, co. Devon, 28 June 1905. 
East Cornwall Hospital, Plymouth, and to the 
Dental Hospital, Plymouth. 



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45 




I^intj. 



Richard Hind of Liverpool, co.= 
I^ancaster (son of Henry Hind of 
Liverpool, by Elizabeth Hartley 
his wife); born 21 July, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 15 
August 1775; died, aged 77, 
20 November, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, 25 
November 1852. Admon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 18 September 
1855, to John Hartley Hind and 
William Hind, sons. 



=]SLirgaret, dau. of 
Charles Wheeler; 
marr. at the Col- 
legiate Church, 
Manchester, co. 
Lancaster, 6 Sep- 
tember 1802 ; died 
at Birkenhead, aged 
66, 15 September, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Birkenhead, 19 
September 1846. 



Anns on record in the College of Arms.— Henry Wheeler Charles Hind, Richard Hind, 

Vert a hind passant or on a cfiief of the Hind, born 7 bom 5 July, born 27 Feb- 

last two roses gules barbed and seeded January, bapt. bapt. at St. ruary, baptised 

proper. . u . i- at St. James', James', Liver- at St. James', 

Lrest. — A demi-pegasus areent holding ., ■ . 1 r. f^ t ■ ■ 

a sword erect or. Liverpool, 2 1 pool, 8 Sep- Liverpool, 10 

.l/ff//,?.— Qua;rerc verum. February 1804. tember 1805. June 1807. 



John Hartley Hind of Ashville, Birkenhead, and of The Lodge, Malpas,= 
CO. Chester; born 13 February, bapt. at St. James', Liverpool, 2 May 
1809; died at The Lodge, Malpas, aged 80, on Thursday, 31 October 
1889, bur. in Flaybrick Cemetery, Bidston, co. Chester. M.L there, 
also at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, and at Malpas. Will dated 5 April 
1888, proved at Chester 19 December 1889, by Herbert Wheeler Hind, 
son, and Annette Frances Hind, spinster, daughter, and James 
Macdonald, the Exors. 



J, 



>V. 



nr\ 




=Henrietta, dau. of 
James Peter of Kirk- 
land, in the parish of 
East Wemyss, co. 
Fife, J. P. ; married 
at Kirkland House, 
Leven, co. Fife, 12 
May 1843; died at 
The Lodge, Malpas, 
aged 70, on Friday, 
7 June 1889, bur. in 
Flaybrick Cemetery, 
Bidston. M.L there 
and at Malpas. 



Annette Frances, born 
19 December 1844, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 26 February 
1845. 



Thomas Potter Carlisle of= 
Carfa.x, Washford, co. Somer- 
set, 4th son of Thomas 
Carlisle of Liverpool. 



A 



=Henrietta Margaret, born 25 March 
1846, bapt. at St. Mary's, Birkenhead; 
marr. at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, on 
Wednesday, 19 October 1881. 



46 



William Hind of Birkenhead, co. Chester; born 22 
August, bapt. at St. James', Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 
9 October 18 10; died unmarried at Ash villa Road, 
Birkenhead, aged 71, on Thursday, 25 May 1882, bur. in 
Flaybrick Cemetery, Bidston, co. Chester. Will dated 
I June i860, with two codicils dated 14 April 1869 and 
13 April 1872, proved at Chester 21 June 1882, by John 
Hartley Hind, brother, James Macdonald and Richard 
Meredith Jones, three of the Exors. 




— ^ 



Frances, born 6 September, bapt. 
at St. James', Liverpool, 10 No- 
vember 1814; died unmarried at 
Golden Gate, Ashville Road, 
Birkenhead, aged 77, on Sunday, 
10 January 1892, bur. in Flay- 
brick Cemetery, Bidston. M.L 
there and at St. Anne's, Birken- 
head. Will dated 28 December 
1882, with two codicils dated 20 
September 1886, and 11 May 
1888, proved at Chester 25 Feb- 
ruary 1892, by Herbert Wheeler 
Hind and Edwin Arthur Beazley. 



Herbert Wheeler=y=Emily Frances 



Hind of Over- 

leasowe, in the 
parish of Bid- 
ston ; bom 2 5 
August 1847, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Birken- 
head ; J. P. for 
CO. Chester 1899, 
High Sheriff 1 909. 



Henrietta, 2nd 
dau. of Charles 
John Dimond 
of Leinster Gar- 
dens, Bayswater, 
London ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, Lon- 
don, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 July 
1875- 



Rev. Andrew Knox, LL.D., D.C.L.=j=Catherine, born 

(son of Andrew Knox of Birkenhead); 5 March 1850, 

born in 1849 ; of Trinity College, bapt. at St. 

Dublin, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1877, LL.D. John's, Birken- 

1879, Hon. D.C.L. Durham 1900; head; marr. at 

Vicar of St. Anne's, Birkenhead, St. Anne's, Bir- 

1876, Hon. Canon of Chester 1901, kenhead, on Fri- 

Chaplain to High Sheriff of Cheshire, day, 15 August 

Surrogate for the Diocese of Chester; 1879. 
Member of Diocesan Governing Body 
of Education, Chairman of Birken- 
head School Board during the whole 
of its existence; Chaplain for 23 years 
I St Cheshire Volunteer Battalion 
Engineers (V.D.) /^ 



Charles Hartley Hind, born at=f=Phyllis Emily, eldest dau. of Frances Laura, born at 



Claughton, co. Chester, on Sunday, 
4 June, bapt. at St. John's, Birken- 
head, 7 July 1876; educated at 
Charterhouse and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford. 



Joseph Hill of Manchester, 
by Emily his wife ; marr. at 
Bromborough, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, i August 1905. 



Boundary Road, Claugh- 
ton, on Sunday, 19 August, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, Birken- 
head, 28 September 1877. 



John Hartley Hind, born at Rimswell, 
Shrewsbury Road North, Birkenhead, 
on Wednesday, 9 October, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Birkenhead, 6 November 1907. 



Emily Barbara Frances, born at 
Rimswell, Shrewsbury Road North, 
Birkenhead, on Monday, 6 De- 
cember 1909, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 11 January 1910. 



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Thomas Murhall Lossford Vernon=T= 
of Tushingham House, co. Chester 
(eldest son of John Vernon of 
Tushingham House, by Jane his 
wife, elder dau. of Thomas Mad- 
docks of Penley, co. Flint) ; bapt. at 
Malpas, CO. Chester, 14 May 1851 ; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, ad- 
mitted I October 1870, B.A. 1878; 
J. P. for CO. Chester 1898. /t\ 



=Lucy Elizabeth, born 
4 August, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Birken- 
head, CO. Chester, 
21 September 1851 ; 
marr. at Bidston, co. 
Chester, on Wednes- 
day, 9 June 1886. 



James Richard Hind, bom 1 April, 
bapt. at Bidston 30 April 1854 ; died 
unmarried at Birkenhead, aged 34, 
on Wednesday, 7 March 18S8, bur. 
in Flaybrick Cemetery, liidston. 
M.I. Adiiion was granted at 
Chester 11 June 1882, to John 
Hartley Hind, father and next 
of kin. 



Guy Sanderson Clover (2nd= 
son of George Robert 
Clover of Ramie, Birken- 
head, by Emily his wife, 
dau. of George Samuel 
Sanderson of Birkenhead, 
Civil Engineer) ; of Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1893, B.A. 1896, 
M.A. 1900. 



=Dorothy Margaret, 
born at Claughton, 
CO. Chester, on 
Friday, 1 3 Decem- 
ber 1878, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Birken- 
head, 23 January 
1879; marr. at 
Bidston on Thurs- 
day, 30 April 1 903. 



William Frederick 
Hind, born at 
2 2 Forest Road, 
Claughton, on 
Tuesday, 11 July, 
bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Birken- 
head, 20 August 
1882; educated at 
Charterhouse. 



John Herbert Hind, born 
at 22 Forest Road, 
Claughton, on Tuesday, 
10 February, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Birkenhead, 15 
March 1885; educated at 
Charterhouse and at Sand- 
hurst ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant i3lh 
Hussars 16 August 1905, 
Lieutenant 3 January 1908. 



Edward Gordon Thin of=j=Catherine Helen, born at Ashville, 



Birkenhead, only son 
of Edward Clouston 
Thin of The Uplands, 
Knoctorum, co. Chester. 



Birkenhead, on Wednesday, 29 December 
1886, bapt. at St. Anne's, Birkenhead, 
I F'ebruary 1887; marr. at the parish 
church, Bidston, on Tuesday, 9 July 
1907. 



Winifrede Augusta, born 
at Ashville, Birkenhead, 
on Sunday, 21 April, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Birkenhead, 3 1 May 
1889. 



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BYRON. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent three bendlets 

enhanced gules. 
Crest. — A mermaid with her comb and mirror all proper. 
Supporters. — On either side a bay horse proper unguled or. 
Motto. — Crede Byron. 



iS2>ron. 



Captain George Anson Byron, R.N., younger son of the Hon""'* John= 
Byron, Admiral R.N. (2nd son of William, 4th Lord Byron, by the 
Hon''''^ Frances Berkeley his 3rd wife, dau. of William, Lord Berkeley 
of Stratton), by Sophia his wife, dau. of John Trevanion of Carhays, 
CO. Cornwall; born 30 November 1758; in command of the 
" Phoenix " he took an active part in the war on the Malabar Coast 
against Tippoo Sahib until disabled by a boat accident ; died at 
Dawlish, co. Devon, 11 June 1793. VVill dated 4 June 1793, proved 
(P.C.C. 354 Dodwell) 27 July 1793, by James Sykes, the sole Exor. 



=Henrietta Charlotte, dau. 
of Robert Dallas of 
Dallas Castle, Jamaica, 
West Indies ; died at 
Brook Street, Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 29, 26 
February, bur. in Bath 
Abbey i March 1793. 



Admiral George Anson Byron, Baron B>Ton of Rochdale,= 
CO. Lancaster, in the Peerage of Great Britain : born 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 8 March 1 789 ; entered the 
Navy as a Volunteer in December 1800, Lieutenant 24 
August 1807, Commander 181 2, Captain 7 June 
1814, Admiral on reserve list 20 May 1862 ; a Lord-in- 
Waiting to Queen Victoria until i860, when he was made 
an Extra Lord ; succeeded his cousin, George Gordon 
(the poet), as 7th Baron 19 April 1824; died at 
Brighton, co. Su.sscx, in his Soth year, on Monday, 
2 March i868, bur. at Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester. 
Will dated 14 August 1854, with codicil dated 17 .April 
1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 163, 68) 20 March 1868, by 
Thomas Stilwell, one of the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Sacheverell 
Chandos-Pole of Radborne Hall, 
CO. Derby, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Henry Ware, D.D., Rector 
of Balrothery, co. Dublin ; marr. 
18 March 1816; died at the 
Rectory, Kirkby Mallory, in her 
75th year, 20 August 1873, bur. at 
Kirkby Mallory. VVill dated 8 April 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 628, 73) 
25 September 1873, by the Rev. 
the Hon'''= Augustus Byron and the 
Rev. the Hon^'" William Byron, 
sons, the Exors. 



John Blenkinsopp^Mary Anne, born 20 
Coulson of Blenkin- March 181 7, bapt. at 
sopp Castle, co. Nor- the parish church, 
thumberland (eldest Marylebone, London; 
son of John Blenkin- marr. at St. George's, 
sopp Coulson of Hanover Square, Lon- 
Blenkinsopp Castle, don, on Wednesday, 
J. P. and D.L., by 4 June 1834; died at 
Alicia Frances Forth Mount Tyron, Tor- 
his wife, dau. of quay, co. Devon, in 
the Rev. Gustavus her 68th year, on 
Hamilton) ; born 7 Saturday, i August 
August 1799; J. P. 1885, bur. at Babba- 
and D.L. for combe, co. Devon. 
CO. Northumberland, 2nd wife. 
High Sherifif 1868; 
marr. istly at St. 

Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 8 December 1829, Juliana Eliza- 
beth, only child of the Rev. Edward 
Dawkins of Portnian Square, London, who 
died at the Manor House, Teddington, co. 
Middlesex, 27 August 1831. He died at 
Mount Street, London, aged 68, on Friday, 
12 June 1868, and was bur. at Greenhead, 
CO. Northumberland. Will dated 22 March 

1867, with codicil dated 30 March 1867, 
proved at Newcastle-on-Tyne 13 October 

1868, by William Adamson, gent., and John 
McConnell, the Exors. 



George Anson Byron,= 
Baron Byron ; born at 
Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, 30 June 1 818; 
entered the Army as 
Ensign and Lieu- 
tenant Scots Fusilier 
Guards 8 July 1836, 
Captain 19th Foot 
1843 j succeeded his 
father as 8th Baron 
2 March 1868; died 
s.p.at Thrumpton Hall, 
CO. Nottingham, aged 
52, on Monday, 28 
November, bur. at 
Thrumpton 3 Decem- 
ber 1870. Adiiion was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 3 February 
1 87 1, to Lucy Eliza- 
beth Jane, Baroness 
Byron, relict. 



=Lucy Elizabeth Jane, 
eldest dau. and heir 
of the Rev. William 
Wescomb of Thrump- 
ton Hall, CO. Notting- 
ham, Rector of Langford, 
CO., Essex, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of William 
Douglas, a Judge in 
India ; bom at Lang- 
ford Rectory ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 3 Au- 
gust 1843. She marr. 
2ndly at St. Peter's, 
South Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 17 January 1878, 
the Rev. Philip Henry 
Douglas, M.A. (Durh.) 
1863, Vicar of Thrump- 
ton 1863, Rural Dean 
of West Bingham, co. 
Nottingham, 1878. 



Rev. Robert Heath (son of Joseph Heath of Coventry, = 
CO. Warwick) ; of St. John's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 25 June 1 8 10, aged 18, Scholar 181 2-1 7, Fellow 
and B.A. 1814, M.A. 1817 ; Chaplain London Orphan 
Asylum, Clapton, co. Middlesex, Rector of Saddington, 
CO. Leicester, 11 August 1829 until his death; died at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, lo May 1852. Memorial Window- 
in Saddington Church. Will dated 18 August 1845, 
proved (P.C.C. 566, 52) 8 July 1852, by Juliana Maria 
Charlotte Heath, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Juliana Maria Charlotte, marr. 
27 May 181 7; died at 
Clapton Square, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 16 
September 1858. Will dated 
31 August 1852, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 698, 58) 29 November 
1858, by Robert Kindersley 
Heath, gent., and Henry 
George Heath, sons, the Exors. 



Other 
issue. 



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Francis Byron, Frederick Byron, bom at Bath, co.= 

bom 30 March, Somerset, 3 February, bapt. at St. 

bapt. at Botley, James', Bath, 6 March 1822 ; educated 

CO. Hants, died, at Westminster School and at Balliol 

aged 7 months. College, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 

bur. at Bishop- 1840, B.A. 1843, Fellow of All Souls' 

stoke, CO. Hants, College 1844, M.A. 1847; Barrister-at- 

3 1 October 1820. Law of Lincoln's Inn 1848; Captain 

Sherwood Rangers in 1859; D.L. for 

CO. Essex ; died suddenly at 48 Eaton 

Place, London, aged 39, on Thursday, 

4 April 1 86 1, bur. at Langford, co. 

Essex. Will dated 13 February i860, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 409, 61) 18 July 

1 86 1, by William Carmalt Scott, 

Barrister-at-Law, and Thomas Stilwell, 

the Exors. 



=:Mary Jane, 2nd dau. and coheir 
of the Rev. William Wescomb of 
Thrumpton Hall, co. Nottingham, 
Rector of Langford, co. Essex, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of William 
Douglas, a Judge in India ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 19 August 
1851 ; died at Langford Grove, 
aged 83, on Wednesday, 1 Septem- 
ber 1909. Will dated i March 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 134, 1909) 
2 December 1909, by the Rev. the 
fjQjjWe Frederick Ernest Charles 
Byron and the Hon'''^ Margaret 
Alice Byron, the Exors. 



Colonel Henry Robert Eyre of Middleton Tyas, co. York, Dundhu,=j=Eva Lucy Marj', bom 
Aberfoyle, co. Stirling, and of Berkeley Square, London, eldest son j on Thursday, 9 June 
of General Henry Eyre of Garboldisham Hall, co. Norfolk, and of 1853; received patent 
Berkeley Square, London, by Elizabeth Martha his wife, dau. of Robert of precedence as 
Lancelot Allgood of Nunwick Hall, co. Northumberland (see Pedigree of daughter of a Baron ; 
Allgood, Vol. g, page <?j) ; born 13 April 1842 ; entered the Army as married at Holy 



Trinity, Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight, on Tues- 
day, 29 April 1S79 ; 



Ensign ist Battalion Coldstream Guards 4 July i860, Lieutenant 

4 January 1861, Captain 21 June 1866, Major i July 1881, Lieut.- 

Colonel 13 April 1887, retired as Hon. Colonel; marr. 2ndly at St. 

George's, Hanover Square, London, on Saturday, 7 April 1900, Lady j died at I.-angford 

Alice Mary, dau. of Admiral the Hon**'' Sir Edward Alfred John Grove on Friday, 

Harris, K.C.B., British Minister at the Hague (2nd son of James 8 February, bur. at 

Edward, 2nd Earl of Malmesbury) ; born at the British Legation, i Middleton Tyas 15 

Santiago de Chile, on Friday, 2 October 1857. He died at Bourne- j February 1895. 

mouth, CO. Hants, aged 61, on Saturday, 12 March, and was bur. at ' 

Middleton Tyas 21 March 1904. /|\ 



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Charles Rowland Palmer-Morewood of Alfreton= 
Hall, CO. Derby, and of Ladbroke Hall, co. 
Warwick (elder son of William Palmer- 
Morewood of Alfreton Hall and of Ladbroke 
Hall, by Clara his wife, dau. of Sir Charles 
Blois, Baronet) ; bom at Ladbroke Hall 
5 August, bapt. at Ladbroke 15 August 1819; 
died at Alfreton Hall, aged 53, on Friday, 
21 February, bur. at Alfreton 26 February 
1873. Will dated 17 February 1873, proved 
at Derby 6 August 1873, by the Rev. John 
Richard Errington of Ladbroke Rectory and 
Benjamin Scott Carrey of Derby, the Exors. 



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^Georgiana, born at Bath, co. Harriet, born 
Somerset, 27 April 1824, bapt. at Epsom, co. 
at Walcot Church, Bath; marr. Surrey, 4 De- 
al St. George's, Hanover cember 1826, 
Square, London, 9 June 1842; bapt. there; 
died at Clewcr, co. Berks, aged died at Brigh- 
68, on Monday, 23 January, ton, co. Sus- 
bur. at Alfreton 28 January sex, aged 19 
1893. Will dated 21 Noveml)er months, 25 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 278, June 1828, 
93) 16 March 1893, by Ernest bur.atEpsom. 
Augustus Palmer-Morewood, 
son, and Walter Noel Harris, 
the Exors. 



George Frederick William Byron,= 
Baron Byron of Rochdale, co. 
Lancaster; born at 37 Curzon 
Street, Mayfair, London, on 
Thursday, 27 December 1855; 
educated at Harrow and at 
Oxford, matriculated 22 Jan- 
uary 1876, B.A. 1880; 
Lieutenant West Suffolk Militia 
17 February 1875, Lieutenant 
4th Battalion E.ssex Regiment 
(Militia) 29 January 1881-84; 
succeeded his uncle, George 
Anson Byron, as 9th Baron 
28 November 1870. 



=Fanny Lucy, 4th 
dau. of Thomas 
Radmall of 
St. Margaret's, 
Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
married by 

licence at All 
Souls', Maryle- 
bone, London, 
I March 1901. 



Margaret Alice, 
born at 48 Eaton 
Place, London, 
on Friday, 25 
February 1859, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London ; 
received patent 
of [jrecedence as 
daughter of a 
Baron. 



Rev. Frederick Ernest 
Charles Byron of Lang- 
ford Grove, co. Essex ; 
born at 48 Eaton Place, 
London, on Tuesday, 26 
March 1861, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London ; of Charsley's 
Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 January 1882, 
of Exeter College, 
B.A. 1887, M.A. 1890; 
Rector of Langford 
1890; received patent 
of precedence as son of 
a Baron. 



Rev. Charles Thomas Moore (2nd son^ 
of George Moore. of Appleby Parva, co. 
Leicester, J. P. and D. L., by Isabel Clara 
his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Holden [formerly Shuttleworth] 
of Aston Hall, co. Derby) ; born at 
Appleby Hall 3 February 1847, bapt. at 
Appleby Magna ; of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Lent Term, 1866, 
B.A. 1870, M.A. 1877, Vicar of Breedon- 
on-the-H ill, CO. Leicester, 1876-77, Rector 
of Appleby 1877. /f\ 



=Mabel Charlotte, born at 
18 Bryanston Square, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 20 
April 1853, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London ; marr. at Kirkby 
Mallory, co. Leicester (by 
the Rev. the Hon^-^ 
William Byron), on Wed- 
nesday, 7 January 1880. 



Leila Frederica Dora, 
born at the Rectory, 
Corton Denham, co. 
.Somerset, on Wednes- 
day, 13 September, bapt. 
at Corton Denham 
8 October 1854; died 
at the Rectory, Kirkby 
Mallory, aged 20, on 
I'Viday, 5 February, bur. 
at Kirkby Mallory 8 
February 1875. 



{For issue, see Pedigree of Moore, page 72.) 



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Rev. Augustus Byron, born at Epsom, co. Surrey, 8 June=i=Frederica, youngest dau. of 



1828, bapt. at the Chapel Royal, Brighton, co. Sussex; of 
Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 12 March 1846, B.A. 
1848, M.A. 1852; Rector of Gorton Denham, co. Somerset, 
1852-61, and of Kirkhy Mallory, co. Leicester, from 1861, 
Rural Dean of Sparkenhoe, 2nd portion, 1872-1901 ; J.P. 
and County Alderman for co. Leicester ; died at Kirkby 
Mallory, in his 80th year, on Wednesday, 17 July 1907. 
Will dated 28 June 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 43, 1908) 
II January 1908, by Augustus William Byron, the surviving 
Exor. 



(^2y/^rtrCc 



Lieut. -General Sir Thomas 
McMahon, Baronet, G.C.B., by 
Emily Anne his wife, youngest 
dau. of Michael Roberts 
Westropp of Cork {see Pedigree 
of Westropp, " Visitation of 
Ireland" Vol. 2, page J/) ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, on Thursday, 
8 July 1852 ; died suddenly at 
Kirkby Mallory on Sunday, 
29 March, bur. there 1 April 
1903. 



Augustus William Byron,= 
born at the Rectory, 
Corton Denham, on Satur- 
day, 23 February, bapt. at 
Corton Denham 23 March 
1856 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Leicestershire Imperial 
Yeomanry 25 June 1892, 
Lieutenant 4 September 
1895, Captain 4th Bat- 
talion Imperial Yeomanry 
28 November 1900, Hon. 
Captain in the Army 
23 May 1901 ; served in 
South African War 1899 
-1900, with Imperial 
Yeomanry (Queen's medal 
with two clasps). 



=Constance Caroline, 
youngest dau. of Ed- 
ward Clough-Taylor 
of Firby, co. York, 
J. P. and D. L. for co. 
York, by Sophia Mary 
his wife, eldest dau. 
and heir of the Rev. 
Thomas Harrison of 
Firby Hall, co. York 
{see Pedigree of 
Harrison, Vol. 11, 
page 2j) ; born at 
Kirkham Abbey on 
Thursday, 1 1 January 
1855, bapt.atWestow, 
CO. York ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Wednes- 
day, 5 August 1885. 

{See Pedigree of 

Clough-Taylor, Vol. 6, 

page 45-) 



Lieut.-Colonel Horatio= 

George Clough-Taylor 
of The HoUies, Blaby, 
CO. Leicester, 2nd son 
of Edward Clough- 
Taylor {see previous 
column) ; born at Kirk- 
ham Abbey on Sunday, 
12 October 1856, and 
bapt. privately ; Lieu- 
tenant Leicestershire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 21 
April 1883, Captain 
28 November 1891, 
Major 18 April 1900, 
Lieut.-Colonel 14 Feb- 
ruary 1903. 



{See Pedigree of Clough- 
Taylor, Vol. 6, page 4^.) 



=Ethel Maud, born 
on Sunday, 10 
January 1858 ; 
marr. at Kirkby, 
CO. Leicester, 9 
January 1889. 



Nora Hermione Wentworth, 
born at Duckmanton Lodge, 
CO. Derby, on Monday, 1 1 
October, bapt. at Duckmanton 
1 1 November 1886. 



Ada Constance Fredcrica, 
born at Duckmanton 
Lodge on Monday, 23 
February 1891. 

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B 



Mary Elizabeth, youngest= 
dau. of Vice-Chancellor 
Sir Richard Torin 
Kindcrsley, by Mary 
Anne his wife, only dau. 
of the Rev. John Leigh 
Bennett of Thorpe Place, 
Chertsey, co. Surrey ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Paddington, London, on 
Wednesday, 4 February 
1857 ; died, aged 42, on 
Thursday, 26 April 1877, 
bur. at Stowlangtoft, co. 
Suffolk. I St wife. 



^Rev. William Byron, born 11 October 1831;= 
of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
8 December 1849, B.A. 1852, Fellow of 
All Souls' College 1852-57, M.A. 1857; Vicar 
of Lewknor, co. Oxford, 1855-57, Rector of 
Stoke Talmage, co. Oxford, 1857-74, of Stow- 
langtoft, CO. Suffolk, 1874-78, and of Trowell, 
CO. Nottingham, 1890-1902; died at Temple 
Guiting House, Winchcombe, co. Gloucester, 
aged 75, on Friday, 17 May, bur. at Stow- 
langtoft 22 May 1907. Will dated 28 June 
1899, with two codicils dated respectively 
15 August 1903 and 6 October 1905, proved 
at Gloucester i July 1907, by George Anson 
Byron, son, one of the Exors. 



=Mary, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. John 
Bumside, Rector of 
Plumtree, co. Not- 
tingham ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Bryan- 
ston Square, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 
23 November 1878; 
died at 1 7 Portland 
Place, London, aged 
57, on Tuesday, 
2 October 1888, 
bur. at Plumptree. 
2nd wife. 



George Anson Byron of 55 Queen's Gardens, Lancaster= 
Gate, London; born on Wednesday, 3 March 1858, 
bapt. at St. John's, Paddington, London ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 
October 1876, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 20 November 1878, Barrister-atLaw 3 May 
1882 ; formerly lieutenant 2nd Volunteer Battalion The 
King's Rojal Rifle Corps; J. P. for co. Nottingham. 



Margaret Dorothy, born 
30 June 1892, bapt. at 
St. John's, Wilton Road, 
Pimlico, London. 



Rhona Mary, born 
8 August, bapt. 
at Farnsfield, co. 
Nottingham, 8 Sep- 
tember 1893. 



=Georgiana Maie, 4th dau. of Sir 
Francis Burdett of Ramsbury Manor 
and of Foremark iLali, both co. 
Derby, Baronet, by Mary Dorothy 
his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of John 
Smyth of Cleatlam, co. Durham; 
born at Ancaster House, Richmond, 
CO. Surrey ; marr. at Ramsbury on 
Saturday, 22 August 1891. 



Gwendoline Maie, bf)rn 5 September, 
bapt. at Farnsfield 13 November 1896; 
died at Foremark Hall, aged 7 months, 
on Friday, 23 April, bur. at Foremark 
27 April 1897. 



Francis Curzon Newton of Bcarwardcote House, Derby (only=j=Mary Beatrice, born on 



surviving son of Charles Edmund Newton of Manor House, 
Mickleover, co. Derby, J.F'. and D.L. for co. Derby, High 
Sheriff 1882, by Anne Rosamond his ist wife, only dau. of John 
Curzon of Breedon, co. Leicester); born 27 April, bapt. at 
Mickleover 18 July 1861 ; of Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 
23 April 1879, B.A. 1883; a Student of the Liner Temple 
1882. 



Saturday, 30 July, bapt. 
at Gorton Denham, co. 
Somerset, 4 September 
1859; marr. at Kirkby 
Mallory, co. Leicester, on 
Wednesday, 18 August 
1886. 



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John Ralph Byron, born in London 7 February 1837, bapt. at St. Peter's, Pimlico; died 
at Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 8, 30 November, bur. at Ladbroke, co. Warwick, 
7 December 1844. 



Amy Mary, born 
at Stoke Talmage, 
CO. Oxford, on 
Sunday, 12 De- 
cember 1858, 
bapt. privately the 
same day, and 
received into the 
church at Stoke 
Talmage in April 
1859; died at 
Stoke Talmage, 
aged 5 years 
and 9 months, 
on Tuesday, 27 
September, bur. 
there 30 Septem- 
ber 1864. 



Eric William Byron, 
born at Stoke Tal- 
mage on Tuesday, 
25 September, bapt. 
there 20 October 
i860; died at Stoke 
Talmage, aged 3 
years and 1 1 
months, on Wed- 
nesday, 2 1 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 
24 September 1864. 



Richard Charles 
Byron, born at 
Stoke Talmage 
on Saturday, 4 
April, bapt. there 
31 May 1863; 
died at Stoke 
Talmage, aged 
I year and 5 
months,onThurs- 
day, 29 Septem- 
ber, bur. there 
3 October 1864. 



Henry Seymour= 
HoareofMorden, 
CO. Surrey (only 
son of Henry 
James Hoare of 
Morden, by Jane 
Seymour Tra- 
heme his wife, 
dau. of Henry 
John Hyde Sey- 
mour of \\'ells) ; 
born at Morden 
Lodge on Thurs- 
day, 19 July 
1 849 ; of New 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 
October 1868, 
B.A. 1874, M.A. 
1884 ; of the 
Inner Temple 

1883. A 



=Eleanor Mary, 
born at 7 Hyde 
Park Gardens, 
London, on Fri- 
day, 25 Novem- 
ber 1864 ; marr. 
at St. Andrews', 
Wells Street, 
London (by the 
Rev. the Hon'''' 
Augustus Byron), 
on Tuesday, 20 
January 1885. 



Claud Gordon Byron, born on Thursday, 10 January 
1861 ; died at the Rectory, Kirkby Mallory, co. 
Leicester, aged 2 years and 11 months, on Friday, 
4 December, bur. at Kirkby Mallory 8 December 1863. 



Cecil George Gordon Byron, bom 
on Tuesday, 17 December, died 
on Thursday, 26 December 1867, 
bur. at Hove, co. Sussex. 



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Gerard Thomas Noel= 
of Temple Guiting 
House, CO. Glou- 
cester (eldest son of 
the Hon'''= Henry 
Lewis Noel, and 
grandson of Charles, 
ist Earl of Gains- 
borough) ; born at 
Exton Park, co. 
Rutland, on Tues- 
day, 13 May 1856; 
formerly Captain 
Durham Light In- 
fantry, Major 3rd 
Battalion (Militia) 
1900-1901 ; J. P. for 
the counties of 
Dorset and Devon. 



=Edith Mary, born at 
Stoke Talmage, co. 
Oxford, on Saturday, 
22 September 1866, 
bapt. there {no record 
in Jiegister) ; marr. at 
St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
the Hon'''' Augustus 
Byron, Rector of 
Kirkby Mallory, co. 
Leicester, assisted by 
the Rev. Montague 
Henry Noel, Vicar of 
St. Barnabas', Oxford, 
on Thursday, 19 
January 1888. 



William Robert Campion= 
of Rowlands, Roffey, co. 
Sussex (eldest son of 
William Henry Campion 
of Danny Park, co. Sus- 
sex, C.B., by the Hon'''' 
Gertrude his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Henry Bouverie 
\Villiam, ist Viscount 
Hampden, and 23rd Lord 
Dacres, G.C.B., P.C.) ; 
born at 18 Wilton 
Crescent, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Sunday, 3 
July 1870 ; educated at 
Eton and at New 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated II October 1889, 
B.A. (Honours: 4th-class 
Modern History) 1892 ; 
J. P. for CO. Sussex 1904. 



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=Katherine Mary, bom 
at Stoke Talmage on 
Saturday, 21 Novem- 
ber 1868, bapt. there 
10 January 1869 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Wilton Place, Knights- 
bridge, London (by 
her uncle, the Rev. 
the Hon*"'' Augustus 
Byron), on Thursday, 
5 July 1894. 



A 



Wilfrid Byron, born at Stoke Talmage on Tuesday, 31= 
January, bapt. there 5 March 1871 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry 18 November 1893, 
Lieutenant 9 February 1898, Lieutenant 4th Battalion 
7 February 1900, Hon. Captain in the Army 10 July 
1901 ; served in South African War with Imperial 
Yeomanry 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," lo September 1901, Queen's 
medal with three clasps). 



=Sylvia Mary (his cousin), only dau. of 
the Rev. Charles Thomas Moore, 
Rector of Appleby Magna, co. Leices- 
ter, by Mabel Charlotte his wife, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. the Hon'''= Augustus 
Byron {see page jj) ; born 1 8 October 
1880; marr. at Appleby Magna on 
Wednesday, 25 September 1901. 

(See page 71.) 



Rupert Frederick George Byron, 
born at Peckleton House, co. 
Leicester, 13 August 1903. 



Maurice Augustus William 
Byron, born at Peckleton 
House 12 March 1907. 



Daphne Mary, born at 
Birstall, co. Leicester, on 
Sunday, 13 June 1909. 



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Jfellotocs, 



Sir James Fellovves of Adbury House, co. Hants, M.D., F.R.S. (3rd= 
son of William Fellowes, M.D., Physician Extraordinary to George IV., 
when Prince Regent, by Mary his wife, eldest dau. and coheir of 
Peregrine Butler of Dungarvon, co. Waterford) ; born at Edinburgh 
Castle 3 September 1771; educated at Rugby (admitted Midsummer 
1786); entered at Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1792, removed to Caius 
College, Cambridge, 4 January 1794, Scholar 1794-96, Tancred 
Student, Fellow 1798-1816; entered the Army as Hospital Assistant 
June 1794, Assistant Inspector 28 October 1795, M.B. 1797, 
M.D. 5 July 1803, F.R.C.P. 30 September 1805; Deputy Inspector- 
General II March 1813, Inspector-General 29 April 1813 to 1815; 
served in the expedition to the Helder and in the Peninsular War, at 
the battle of Barossa and siege of Cadiz (medal with one clasp for 
Barrosa) ; knighted by George III. at the Queen's Palace 21 March 
1810; J. P. and D.L. for co. Hants; F.R.S. 29 February 1816, 
also F.R.S. of Edinburgh ; Author of " Reports of the Pestilential 
Disorder of Andalusia, which appeared at Cadiz in 1800, 1804, 1810, 
1813 and 1815"; died at Langstone Cottage, near Havant, co. Hants, 
aged 85, on Wednesday, 30 December 1857, bur. in the vault in the 
churchyard at Burghclere, co. Hants, 4 January 1858. Memorial 
Tablet in All Saints' Church, Burghclere. Will dated i September 
1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 224, 58) 16 April 1858, by James Butler 
Fellowes and Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes, Lieutenant R.N., 
sons, and Henry Alworth Merewether, son-in-law, the Exors. 





a^z^i/ <^^^^c^^£^. 



=Elizabeth, elder dau. 
and coheir of Joseph 
James of Adbury 
House, by Maria his 
wife, only dau. of 
Joseph Woods of Fun- 
tington, CO. Sussex ; 
born at Worton, Isle- 
worth, CO. Middlesex, 
2 July 1794; marr. 
by special licence at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by 
the Rev. Henry 
Fellowes), on Tuesday, 
5 March 1816 ; died 
at Pangboume Lodge, 
CO. Berks, aged 49, 
on Monday, 1 1 De- 
cember, bur. in the 
vault in the church- 
yard at Burghclere 
18 December 1843. 
Memorial Tablet in All 
Saints' Church, Burgh- 
clere. Admon (with 
will dated 27 June 
1839) was granted 
(P.C.C.) I June 1844, 
to John James, one of 
the trustees. 



A son, born Henry Alworth Merewether of Bowden Hill, co. Wilts (eldest=j=Maria, born in 
on Tuesday, son of Henry Alworth Merewether of Castlefield, co. Wilts, Welbeck Street, 
4 March D.C.L., King's Serjeant and Recorder of Yarmouth and London, 19 
1817; died Reading, by Eliza Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Lockyer of March 1818, 
shortly after Wembury, co. Devon); born 22 April 1813; educated at bapt. at Burgh- 
birth. Winchester and at Wadham College, 0.xford, matriculated 30 clere 30 Sep- 
June 1827 ; migrated to Trinity College, Cambridge ; Barrister- tember 1820; 
at-Law of the Inner Temple 9 June 1837, Q.C. 5 April 1853, marr. there on 
Bencher 30 April 1853, and Recorder of Devizes 2 February Tuesday, 25 
1844 until his death; Chairman of Wilts Quarter Sessions 10 August 1840; 
January 1875 ; Leader of the Parliamentary Bar, retired 18 July died 18 Jan- 
1871 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Wilts; Author of "By Sea and uary, bur. at 
By Land, being a Trip through Egypt, India, Ceylon, New Bowden Hill 25 
Zealand and America, 1874"; died at Bowden Hill, aged 65, January 1S70. 
on Wednesday, 29 August, bur. there 5 September 1877. Will 
dated 19 May 1877, with codicil of same date, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 739, 77) 28 September 1877, by Frederick Hastings 
Goldney of Chippenham, co. Wilts, and Eveline Maria 
Merewether of Bowden Hill, spinster, daughter, the Exors. /fv, 



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James Butler Fellowes of Vernon Hill, co. Hants,=f 
and of Broom Hall, co. Surrey ; born at Adbury 
House, CO. Hants, 6 July 1819, bapt. there 
privately, received into the church at Burghclere, 
CO. Hants, 30 September 1820; educated at Rugby 
(admitted 6 July 1831); entered the Army as 
Ensign 45th (The Nottinghamshire) Foot 31 May 
1839, Lieutenant 15 April 1842, Captain 77th (The 
East Middlesex) Foot 7 April 1848; served in the 
Kaffir War; \Iilitary Secretary and A.D.C. to 
Sir Henry Pottinger, Governor of Cape of Good 
Hope ; died suddenly at Chobham, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 30 May 1884, bur. at Ryde, Isle of Wight. 
M.I. in the chancel of Chobham Church. Will 
dated 17 October 1883, with two codicils dated 
31 January 1884 and 28 March 1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 633, 84) 8 August 1884, by Robert Butler 
Fellowes, son, one of the Exors. 



=Georgina Eustatia Player, 2nd dau. of 
Captain Thomas Robert Brigstocke, 
R.N., of Robert's Rest, Ferryside, co. 
Carmarthen, and of Stonepitts, near 
Ryde, J. P. and D.L. for the counties of 
Hants and Carmarthen, by Elizabeth 
Lydia his wife, 2nd dau. and coheir of 
George Player of Ryde House ; born 
4 June 1825; marr. at Ryde on Wed- 
nesday, 8 April 1846; died suddenly at 
Brussels, Belgium, aged 48, on Monday, 
I September 1873, bur. in the cemetery 
at Ryde. M.I. in St. Thomas' Church, 
Ryde. Will dated 13 March 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 31, 74) 23 January 
1874, by James Butler Fellowes and 
John Mo.xon Clabon the Exors. 



j<r<^^!fc^)i^-7^t^^zi^~e^ 



y 



Eustatia Elizabeth Margaret, 
born at Stonepitts, near Ryde, 
8 January, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Ryde, 28 February 
1847 ; marr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, London, on 
Thursday, 21 February 1878, 
Charles Henry Porteous 
(2nd son of James Porteous 
of Jamaica, ^Vest Indies) ; 
bom in Jamaica in 1851 ; 
died s.p. at 3 Chisholm 
Road, Richmond, co. Surrey, 
8 January, bur. at Richmond 
12 January 1885. 



Ellinor Johanna 
Player, born at 
Portsea, co. 
Hants, on Mon- 
day, 2 1 May 
1849; died at 
Ryde, aged 17, 
on Sunday, 14 
April 1867, bur. 
at Ryde. 



James Butler Fellowes, horn 
at Stonepitts, near Ryde, 
on Thursday, 1 1 July, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Ryde, 7 Au- 
gusti85o; Lieutenant R.N. , 
of H.M.S. "Wolverine"; 
died at the Island of 
Ascension on Monday, 22 
January 1877, bur. there. 
Will dated 31 July 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 298, 77) 
28 April 1877, by Robert 
Butler Fellowes, brother, 
one of the Exors. 



William Player 
Bullcr Fellowes, 
born 5 June, died 
at Goring, co. 
O.xford, aged 3 
months, on Wed- 
nesday, 29 Sep- 
tember 1 85 2, bur. 
at St. Thomas', 
Ryde. 



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William Butler Fellowes of Warblington, co.= 
Hants ; born at Adbury House, co. Hants, 
8 October, bapt. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 3 
November 182 1 ; admitted Pensioner of Caius 
College, Cambridge, 26 Januar)' 1838; of the 
3rd Madras Light Cavalry, Comet 22 November 
1841, Lieutenant 26 October 1844, Captain 
14 May 1861, retired 1863; died at Warbling- 
ton Rectory, aged 50, on Thursday, 22 
August, bur. at Warblington 27 August 1872. 
Will dated 5 February 1861, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 564, 72) 17 September 1872, by Mary 
Anne Fellowes, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Mary Anne, only dau. of the Rev. VVilliam 
Norris, Rector of Warblington ; bom 5 Feb- 
ruary 1823; niarr. at Warblington (by the 
Rev. James Norris, D.D., President of Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford) on Thursday, 4 Oc- 
tober i860; died at Warblington, aged 77, 
on Friday, 2 February, bur. there 6 February 
1900. Will dated 23 July 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 404, 1900) 15 March 1900, by 
Colonel William Campbell, Royal Marine 
Artillery, A.D.C., the Rev. William Burrell 
Norris and the Rev. Wyndham Arthur Scinde 
Merewether, the Exors. 



General ^\'illiam Campbell of Marchwood, Malvern, co.=j=Frances Maria, 

Worcester, C.B. ; born 7 February 1847; entered the born at Warb- 

Royal Marine Artillery 27 June 1864, Colonel in the lington Rectory 

Army 29 August 1893, Colonel-Commandant Royal on Thursday, 6 

Marine Artillery 28 September 1902, Major-General February, bapt. 

I August 1904, Lieut.-General 20 August 1905, General at Warblington 

I July igo8; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 29 August 1893 6 March 1862; 

to 22 January 1901, and to H.M. King Edward VH. marr. there on 

22 January 1901 to 31 July 1904 ; nominated C.B. Tuesday, 18 

9 November 1904 ; served in Ashanti War 1873-74 October 1887. 
(medal); in the Egyptian Expedition 1882 (medal wth 
clasp, bronze star, brevet of Major) ; Provincial Grand 
Master of Freemasons for co. Worcester. /f^ 



Helen Elizabeth, 
born at Warbling- 
ton Rectory on 
Friday, 13 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Warblington 13 
March 1863; died 
at Warblington 
Rectory, aged 12, 
on Tuesday, 9 
March, bur. at 
Warblington 13 
March 1875. 



Edward Morrieson de Coucy Short of=f=Anne Louisa, bom at 

Colombo, Ceylon (5th son of Mayow Warblington Rectory 

Short, Barrister-at-Law, by Annis Rachel 

his wife, dau. of the Rev. David Panton) ; 

born at Havant, co. Hants, 18 August 

1857 ; educated at Westminster and at 

Charterhouse; entered the Ceylon Ci\il | 

Service 1878, District Judge 1892, Mayor i 

of Colombo 1905. /jy 



on Wednesday, 1 5 
June, bapt. at Warb- 
lington 10 July 1864; 
marr. there on Wed- 
nesday, 14 July 1897. 



I 
Mary Anne Emily, born at 
Warblington Rectory on 
Tuesday, 24 April, bapt. at 
^\'arblington 20 May 1866 ; 
died at Warblington Rec- 
tory, aged 18, on Monday, 
15 December, bur. at 
Warblington 19 December 
1884. 



George Player Butler Fellowes, R.N., born at Goring, co. Oxford,=NLagdaleine, dau. of Junias 

on Tuesday, 20 September 1853 ; tea planter at the Emerald Rebintich ; married by 

Bank Tea Estate, Sonadah, Bengal, India ; died suddenly at licence at St. Paul's Cathe- 

Emerald Bank, Sonadah, on Saturday, 19 March 1887. Adfiion dral, Calcutta, India, 10 

was granted at the Principal Registry 14 July 1887, to Magdaleine July 1886; married istly 

Fellowes, relict. Dr. Shephard. 

6i 



I'^lizabeth Charlotte, bom 4 October, 
bapt. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 31 
October 1822 ; died unmarried at 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, on F'riday, 5 Sep- 
tember 1856. Memorial Tablet in 
All Saints' Church, Burghclere. Will 
dated 21 April 1855, with codicil dated 
28 June 1856, proved (Prin. Keg., 
45. 58) 25 February 1858, by Henry 
Alworth Merewether, the surviving Kxor. 



Henry Butler Fellowes, born on Wednesday, 
14 April, bapt. at Burghclere 8 May 1824; 
Magistrate and Commissioner of Crown Lands 
for the district of New England and Macleay ; 
died unmarried at Armadale, New South Wales, 
aged 32, 4 September 1855. Memorial Tablet in 
North transept of St. Peter's Cathedral, Armidale, 
and in All Saints' Church, Burghclere. Will dated 
26 November 1853, proved (Prin. Reg., 7, 58) 
23 January 1858, by James Butler Fellowes, brother, 
the surviving Exor. 



Robert Butler= 
Fellowes of 
St. Finbarr's, 
Writtle, CO. 
Essex ; born at 
Enisworth, co. 
Hants, 27 Sep- 
tember 1855, 
bapt. there. 



=Marian Bridget, 2nd dau. 
of John Easlea of Ix- 
worth, CO. Suffolk ; born 
in 1850; marr. at Ixworth 
on Thursday, 29 Sep- 
tember 1881; died s.p. 
suddenly at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on 
Friday, 5 March 1886, 
bur. at Horsell, co. Surrey. 
Adirion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
21 November 1887, to 
Robert Butler Fellowes 
of Hoveton St. Peter, 
CO. Norfolk, husband. 



Henry Thomas Abdy Butler 
Fellowes, born 7 February 
1857 ; M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. 
Lond. ; died at Northbourne, 
Chobham, co. Surrey, aged 25, 
on Saturday, 18 February 
1882, bur. in the cemetery at 
Chobham. Memorial Tablet 
in Chobham Church. Adriion 
was granted at the I'rincipal 
Registry 13 March 1882, to 
James Butler Fellowes of 
Northbourne, father and next 
of kin. 



Alfred Butler 
Fellowes, born 
15 January, 
bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Ryde, 
18 February 
1859; died 23 
November, bur. 
at St. Thomas', 
Ryde, 26 No- 
vember 1863. 



Rosalind, born at 6 Brig- 
stocke Terrace, Ryde, on 
Wednesday, 7 November, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Ryde, 
5 December i860; marr. 
at All Souls', Langham 
Place, London, on Satur- 
day, 10 June 1882, 
William Henry Easlea 
of The Manor House, 
Pakenham, co. Suffolk. 



Beatrice Maria Player, 
born at 6 Brigstocke 
Terrace, Ryde, on 
Thursday, 2 1 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Ryde, 22 
December i86i. 



Lsahella Fanny 
Viola, born 2 1 
March, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', 
Ryde, 17 April, 
died 23 June, 
bur. at St. 
Thomas', Ryde, 
25 June 1863. 



Orlando Butler Fellowes 
of Richmond, co. Surrey ; 
born at 6 Brigstocke 
Terrace, Ryde, 28 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', Ryde, 29 March 
1865. 



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John Butler Fellowes of Bristol, = 
CO. Gloucester; born 15 March, 
bapt. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 
7 April 1825; died at Vent- 
nor, Isle of Wight, aged 31, 
on Monday, 12 May 1856. 
Memorial Tablet in All Saints' 
Church, Burghclere. Will 
dated 7 March 1856, proved 
(P.C.C. 548, 56) 9 July 1856, 
by Mary Anne Fellowes, relict, 
Henry Alworth Merewether, 
brother-in-law, and Thomas 
Abdy Fellowes, cousin, the 
Exors. 



=Mary Anne, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Thomas Arthur St. Leger, 
Vicar of Otterford, co. Somerset, 
by Charlotte his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Sir John Frederick, Baronet ; bom 
3 December 1830; marr. at Starcross, 
CO. Devon, on Tuesday, 3 January 
1854; died at 24 East Southernay, 
Exeter, aged 73, on Thursday, 17 June 
1903. Will dated 3 September 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 851, 1903) i July 
1903, by the Rev. Wyndham Arthur 
Scinde Merewether, nephew, and Ethel 
Lucy Dean, niece, the Exors. 



Charlotte Lucy, born 
14 August, bapt. at 
Burghclere 9 Sep- 
tember 1826 ; died 
unmarried 26 April 
1892. Adinon, with 
will dated 28 May 
1857, was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 653, 92) 
14 June 1892, to 
Rear- Admiral Thomas 
Hounsom Butler 

Fellowes, R.N., the 
brother. 



Maud St. Leger, born at Ventnor on Sunday, 28 January 
1855; died unmarried at West Hill House, Lincoln, 
aged 35, on Monday, 25 August 1890. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 5 November 1890, to 
Mary Anne Fellowes, widow, mother, and only next of kin. 



Algernon Godfrey Butler= 
Fellowes of Ingersoll, 
Ontario, Canada ; born 
on Saturday, 1 1 August, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Ryde, 23 September 
1 856; educated at Guild- 
ford and at Lancing. 



=Emily Jane, dau. of Theodore Butler^Ada Caroline, youngest 



Alfred Gammon of 
AVashington, Ontario, 
by Rosina his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. John 
Bonham; born 28 Sep- 
tember 1862 ; marr. at 
Washington, Ontario, 
S October 1887. 



Fellowes, born dau. of Henry Fletcher 
28 April 1868. of Painsbury, co. Glou- 
cester ; marr. at Heene 
St. Botolph, CO. Sussex, 
on Tuesday, 14 April 
1891. 



Edna Brigstocke, born 
18 June 1888, bapt. at 
Washington. 



Stanley Butler Fellowes, 
born 15 September 1892, 
bapt. at Washington. 



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Constance Fanny, dau.= 
of Charles Simpson 
Hanson of Constan- 
tinople, by Charlotte 
Smith his wife ; born 
20 July 1836; marr. at 
St. Pancras', London, 
on Saturday, 20 June 
1857; died s.p. on 
Saturday, 29 December 
1888, bur. at Stevenage, 
CO. Hertford, on Thurs- 
day, 3 January 1889. 
Will dated 22 Feb- 
ruary 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 118, 89) 
6 February 1889, by 
Rear-Admiral Thomas 
Hounsom Butler Fel- 
lowes of Stevenage, 
husband, the sole Exor. 
ist wife. 



=Rear- Admiral Thomas Hounsom Butler Fellowes=^Margaret ( Daisy), 
of Woodfield, Stevenage, C. B. ; bom 1912nd dau. of the 
October, bapt. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 15 
November 1827 ; entered the Royal Navy as a 
Cadet April 1845, Lieutenant 10 December 
1852, Commander 24 June 1862, Captain 14 
August 1868, retired as Rear-Admiral i January 
1886; served in the Crimea 1854-56, Lieutenant 
of "Odin," during operations in the Gulf of 
Bothnia 1854, present at the capture of the 
forts at Bomarsund 1854 (Baltic medal), at the 
operations in the Black Sea, capture of Kertch 
and Kinburn (Crimean and Turkish medals, 
Sebastopol clasp) ; as Commander of Coast 
Guard repeatedly mentioned for saving life from 
shipwTecks (medal of National Lifeboat Institu- 
tion); commanded the Naval Brigade throughout 
the Abyssinian War, present at the battle of 
Arojie and capture of Magdala 1868 (Abyssinian 
medal); nominated C.B. 1868; J. P. for co. 
Hertford, Alderman Hertford County Council 
1889. 




22^-^ 



Rev. William Jowitt, 
Rector of Steven- 
age, by Louisa 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of John Allen; 
born 10 September 
1870 ; married at 
Stevenage (by her 
father) on Wed- 
nesday, 20 August 
1890. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Balfour Fellowes, born at Woodfield, 
Stevenage, on Monday, 13 July, bapt. at Stevenage 
20 August 1891 ; educated at United Services 
College, Westward Ho! Osborne and Dartmouth ; 
entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet 30 Sep- 
tember 1903, Midshipman H.M.S. "Britannia" 
15 May 1908. 



I 
Cuthbert Dorset Fellowes, bom at Wood- 
field, Stevenage, on Sunday, 26 March, 
bapt. at Stevenage 4 May 1893 ; educated 
at United Services College, Westward Ho ! 
afterwards at Haileybury College. 



Rupert Caldwell Fellowes, born at Woodfield, Stevenage, 
on Saturday, 12 May, bapt. at Stevenage 20 July 1894; 
educated at United Services College, Westward Ho ! 
afterwards at Royal Naval School, Eltham. 



I 
Ivon Gordon Fellowes, born at 
Woodfield, Stevenage, on Sunday, 
16 January, bapt. at Stevenage 12 
March 1898; educated at Cranleigh 
School, CO. Surrey. 




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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure a lion rampant or ducally crowned 
argent. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a man's 
head in profile couped at the shoulders proper 
bearded sable wreathed round the temples 
gold and azure on the head a cap of the last 
fretty argent tasselled gold turned up ermine. 



BarelL 



Sir Harry Verelst Darell, Baronet,=f=AiTielia Maria Anne, 



elder son of Sir Lionel Darell, 
I St Baronet, M.P. for Lyme | 
Regis, by Isabella his wife, dau. I 
of Timothy TuUy, a Director of j 
the Hon''''= East India Com- 
pany (see " Memorial Rings," 
^o. 932, page 2g4, and 
No. P52, page joi) ; bom at 
Calcutta, India, 25 December 
1768; a Senior Merchant on 
the Bengal Establishment and 
Commercial Resident of the 
Hon'''* East India Company at 
Eatwah and Calpu, India ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baronet 30 October 1803; died 
at Calpu 13 April 1828. Will 
dated 30 August 181 1, with 
codicil dated 8 August 1827, 
proved (P.C.C. 578 Liverpool) 
24 October 1829, by Dame 
Amelia Maria Anne Darell, 
relict, one of the Exors. 



only dau. of William 
Beecher of How- 
bury, CO. Bedford ; 
marr. 2 June 1809 ; 
died at 9 Queen's 
Gate Terrace, Lon- 
don, aged 87, on 
Saturday, 5 January, 
bur. at Fretheme, 
CO. Gloucester, 10 
January 1878. Will 
dated 14 February 
1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 117, 78) 
7 February 1878, 
by the Rev. Sir Wil- 
liam Lionel Darell, 
Baronet, son, and 
Gerald Monteith 
Shirley, Captain 25th 
Foot, grandson, two 
of the Exors. 



Rev. Anthony Berwick Lechmere (younger son of Sir Anthony Lechmere,^Emily Mary, 
ist Baronet, by Mary his ist wife, dau. and heir of Joseph Berwick of Hallow marr. at Upton- 
Park, CO. Worcester); born 28 May 1802; of Christ Church, Oxford, on-Severn, co. 
matriculated 16 May 1820, B.A. 1824, M.A. 1826 ; Hon. Canon of Worcester Warwick, 11 
1849, Rural Dean, Vicar of Eldersfield, co. Worcester, 1826, of Welland, October 1842; 
CO. Worcester, 1828-76 and of Hanley Castle, co. Worcester, 1839 until his died at the 
death; died suddenly at the Vicarage, Hanley Castle, aged 76, on Tuesday, Vicarage, Han- 
8 October 1878. Will dated 12 May 1877, proved at Worcester 24 December ley Castle, on 
1878, by Sir Edmund Anthony Harley Lechmere, Baronet, nephew, and Thursday, 18 
Thomas Garmston Hyde, gent., the Exors. March 1869. 



Henry Shirley= 
of Peppingford 
Lodge, CO. Sus- 
sex, and of Hyde 
Hall, Ettington, 
Jamaica, West 
Indies ; died at 
Hyde Hall on 
Wednesday, 30 
August 1848. 



=Isabella Martha, 
marr. at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on 
Monday, 23 Jan- 
uary 1837 ; died 
at Derby Lodge, 
East Sheen, co. 
Surrey, aged 88, 
on Saturday, 4 
November 1899. 
Will dated 18 
March 1884, with 
codicil dated 
20 January 1890, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 312, 1900) 
13 February 

1900, by Romer 
Williams, the 
surviving Exor. 



Elizabeth Anne, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Harry Francis Colville 

marr. at Rich- Darell, Baronet; bom 17 November 18 14; 

niond, CO. Sur- succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet 13 

rey, on Tuesday, April 1828; entered the Army as Ensign 

16 June 1835, i8th Poot i June 1832, Lieutenant 12 

to Henry Brown June 1835, Captain 7th Dragoon Guards 

of the Bombay 14 July 1841, Major 3 September 1847, 

Civil Service, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet 15 September 

and sometime 1848; served in the China Expedition 

Judge at Poona, of 1842, being present at the taking of 

Bombay, India. Chusan (medal); against the Boers 1S45, 

=f= and the Katifir War 1846-47, at the 

/k Gwanga 8 June 1846 (severely wounded); 

died at Oagliari, Sardinia, aged 38, on 

Thursday, 6 January 1853. Admon was 

granted (P.C.C.) 19 May 1S53, to the 

Rev. Sir William Lionel Darell, Baronet, 

brother, Amelia Maria Anne Darell, 

widow, the mother and ne.xt of kin, 

having first renounced. 



A 



Mary, eldest= 
dau. of Sir 
Francis Ford, 
2iid Baronci, 
liy Eliza his 
wife, dau. of 
Henry Hrady 
of Limerick ; 
marr. at Charl- 
ton Kings, CO. 
Gloucester, 29 
May 1 840; died 
s. p. at Torquay, 
co.Devon,aged 
22, 9 March 
1842. 1st wife. 



=Rev. Sir William Lionel Darell= 
of Fretherne Court, co. Glou- 
cester, Baronet ; burn in Upper 
Brook Street, (Irosvenor 
Square, London, 5 February 
1817; of Christ Church, 
O.xfortl, matriculated 4 June 
1835, H.A. 1839, M.A. 1842; 
Rector of Fretherne 1844-78; 
succeeded his brother as 4th 
Baronet 6 January 1853; died 
at 22 Upper Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 
aged 66, on Friday, i June, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
Fretherne 7 June 1883. Will 
dated 31 March 1882, proved 
(Brin. Reg., 592, 83) 14 July 
1883, by Dame Fanny Julia 
Darell, relict, Sir Lionel 
Edward Darell, Baronet, son, 
and Eugene Wason and 
Romer Williams, the Exors. 



•Harriet Mary, sister= 
and heir of Sir Mat- 
thew Edward Ticrney, 
3rd Baronet, and only 
dau. of Sir Edward 
Tierney, 2nd Baronet, 
by Anna Maria his 
wife, youngest dau. of 
Henry Jones ; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 18 April 
1843 ; died at Frim- 
ley, CO. Surrey, aged 
57, on Friday, 27 
June, bur. in the 
churchyard at Fre- 
therne 3 July 1873. 
2nd wife. 



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= Fanny Julia, James 

widow of T. Darell, 
Hyde Clarke born in 
of 'I'he Firs, 18 19. 
Frimley, co. 
Surrey ; marr. 
by special licence at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 January 
1880; diedat67Shaftes- 
bury Road, Hammer- 
smith, CO. Middlesex, 
aged 65, 17 January, 
bur. in the churchyard 
at Fretherne 2oJanuary 
1894. Adinon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 3 April 1894, 
to Edward Hyde("larke 
and Rochfort Hyde 
Clarke, the Exors. 
3rd wife. 



Edward McDougalh 
Stopford Claremont 
(son of General 
Edward Stopford 
Claremont, C.H.) ; 
of the Royal Navy, 
Acting Sub- Lieu- 
tenant 5 December 
1866, Lieutenant 4 
April 1870. 



=Flora Mary, born at the 
Rectory, Fretherne, on 
Wednesday, 12 June 1844; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 18 June 
1872 ; died at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, in her 
63rd year, on Friday, 22 
February 1907. Will 
dated 27 September 1906, 
l)roved (Brin. Reg., 153, 
1907) 5 April 1907, 
by Edward McDougall 
Stopford Claremont, the 
sole EXor. 



Sir Lionel Edward Darell of= 
Fretherne Court, Baronet ; 
born at the Rectory, Fre- 
therne, on Saturday, 6 
September 1845; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 May 1864; 
j.B. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester, High Sheriff 
1887-88, County Coun- 
cillor (Eastington Division) 
CO. Gloucester ; Captain 
Gloucestershire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1879-81; succeeded 
his fiither as 5th Baronet on 
Friday, i June 1883. 



=Helen Frances, 
only child of 
Edward Mars- 
land of Hen- 
bury Park, CO. 
Chester, by Jane 
Haigh his wife ; 
married at St. 
Thomas', Hen- 
bury (by the 
Rev. Sir\\'illiam 
Lionel Darell, 
Baronet), on 
Wednesday, 22 
June 1870. 



Violet Mary, born 
at Fretherne Court 
on Wednesday, 7 
June 1871. 



Lionel Edward Hamilton 
Darell, born on Friday, 
19 April, died a few 
hours later, bur. at 
Fretherne 23 April 1872. 



Evelyn May, born at 
Fretherne Court on 
Thursday, 2 7 March, 
bapt. at Fretherne 
23 May 1873. 



Harriet May, born at 
Fretherne Court on 
Sunday, 8 February, 
died a few hours later, 
bur. at Fretherne 11 
February 1874. 



Montgomery Launcelot Carleton (2nd son of General Henry Alexander 
Carleton, (!.B., of ("lare, co. Tipperary, and of Greenfields, co. Cork, 
General and ("olonel-("onnnandant Royal Artillery, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Armor Boyle of Dundrum, co. Tipperary); born 4 June 1861 ; 
of the Royal Artillery, Lieutenant 26 July 1881, Captain 26 January 1890, 
Major by brevet 25 January 1899, Adjutant, Militia, 12 August 1893 to 
I January 1898; employed in Uganda Protectorate 9 January 1898 to 28 
October 1899; served in Hazara Expeditions of 1888 and 1891, at Uganda 
1898, commanded troops for sometime in Unyoro (mentioned in desjiatches, 
brevet of Major, medal). 

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=Marguerite Helen, 
born at The 
Wilderness, near 
Reading,co. Berks, 
on Thursday, 7 
January, bapt. at 
Fretherne 7 May 
1875 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 
1 6 Dccemberi 908. 



Amy, daughter of= 
Leo Schuster of 
Roehampton, co. 
Surrey ; niarr. at 
Roehampton (by 
the Rev. Sir Wil- 
h'am Lionel Darell, 
Baronet, assisted 
by her uncle, 
the Rev. Nevison 
Loraine) on Tues- 
day, 15 June 
1869 ; divorced 
on her husband's 
petition in 1878. 
I St wfe. 



=Edward Tierney Gillkrest Darell, born 6 August= 
1847 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
18 May 1864: Lieutenant Gloucestershire 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; died at 5 St. George's 
Place, Hyde Park Corner, London, on Tuesday, 
8 February, bur. at Fretherne, co. Gloucester, 
12 February 1898. Will dated 26 November 
i8go, proved (Prin. Reg., 411, 98) i April 
1898, by Florence Darell, relict. Sir Lionel 
Edward Darell, Baronet, and Romer Williams, 
the Exors. 



^Florence, dau. of William 
Johnson of Margate, co. 
Kent ; marr. at St. j ude's, 
South Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, i June 
1882. She marr. istly 
Thomas Broadwood of 
Holmbush, co. Sussex. 
2nd wife. 



Archibald Fitzroy George, Earl of Kinnoull, born= 
20 June 1855; Lieutenant ist Battalion Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders), Colonel Egyptian Gendarmerie; 
served with Baker Pasha as chief of his staff 
during campaign in Red Sea, present during Baker's 
defeat in Egypt (mentioned in despatches, Egyptian 
medal and bronze star, and Commander of the 
Osmanieh) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Perth ; succeeded 
his father, George, Earl of Kinnoull, as 12th Earl, 
30 January 1897. He marr. istly, 13 July 1877, 
Josephine Maria, 2nd dau. of John M. Hawke of 
Hans Place, London, who died 2 December 1900. 



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^Florence Mary, 
born at 32 Corn- 
wall Gardens, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London, on 
Friday, 2 March 
1883; married 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London, 24 Jan- 
uary 1903. 2nd 
wife. 



John Burgess Preston Karslake of White Knights, Reading,= 
CO. Berks (only son of Preston Karslake of White Knights, 
Reading, by Emily his wife, dau. of Stephen Garrard) ; born 
at 31 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, on Monday, 
10 February 1868; of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 October 1886 ; called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
November 1890; Major Buckinghamshire Yeomanry. 



=Mary Leonora Amy, born at 
15a Upper Brook Street, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 7 March 
1870, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London ; 
marr. there on Tuesday, 1 1 
January 1898. 



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Lionel Edward Hamilton Marmaduke Darell of Saul Lodge,= 
Stonehouse, co. Gloucester ; born at Fretherne Court, co. 
Gloucester, on Sunday, 2 April, bapt. at Fretherne 18 May 1876; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford ; 2nd Lieutenant 
4th Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry (Militia) 14 April 1894, 
Lieutenant 28 August 1895; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
ist Life Guards 22 March 1899, Lieutenant 7 March 1900, 
Captain 16 September 1905, Adjutant Gloucestershire Imperial 
Yeomanry i January 1904 to 31 March 1908, and to Territorial 
Force i April to 31 December 1908; A. DC. to Major-General 
Henry Jenner Scobell, C.V.O., C.B., General Officer commanding 
Cape Colony District, South Africa, 25 February 1909; J. P. for 
CO. Gloucester 1904. 



Margaret Eleanor Phyllis, 
born at 34 Ennismore 
Gardens, London, 21 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Fretherne 
19 April 1904. 



Lionel Algernon Heathcote Darell, 
born 30 August, bapt. at Fretherne 
3 October, died 12 November, 
bur. at Fretherne 15 November 
1905- 

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^Eleanor, dau. of Justinian 
Heathcote Edwards-Heath- 
cote of Apedale, co. 
Stafford, by Eleanor his 
wife, dau. of Spencer 
Stone of Callingwood, co. 
Stafford ; born at Doddle- 
spool, CO. Stafford ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 21 April 1903. 



Nancy Brenda, born in 
London 19 January, bapt. 
at Fretherne 23 February 
1908. 



I 

Roderick Willoughby MacLeod of Cadboll^Alice Olivia, bom 

at Balvarran, Pit- 
lochry, CO. Perth, 
on Sunday, 20 Au- 
gust 1871 ; marr. 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 20 Jan- 
uary 1897. 



and of Invergordon Castle, co. Ross (son of 
Robert Bruce j4itneas MacLeod of CadboU, 
by Ellen Augusta his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Pollard Willoughby, Baronet) ; born 29 May 
1858 ; educated at Eton and at Clare College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1876 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Cameron Highlanders (The Queen's Own) 
23 October 1880, Lieutenant i July 1881, 
Captain Reserve of Officers i July 1887, 
retired 1892; Brigade- Major Seaforth and 
Cameron Volunteer Brigade 28 April 1900; 
served in Egyptian Expedition 1882, battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, Khedive's 
bronze star) ; served in Soudan 1885-86, 
with Frontier Field F'orce, actions at Kosheh 
and Ginnis ; J. P. and D.L. for the counties 
of Ross and Cromarty. /\ 



Harry Francis Darell, born 
at Fretherne Court, co. 
Gloucester, on Sunday, 18 
August 1872; educated at 
Eton and at the Royal 
Military College, Sand- 
hurst ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion Rifle Brigade 
(The Prince Consort's 
Own) 12 March 1892, 
Lieutenant 16 May 1894, 
Captain 2 August 1899 ; 
served in operations on 
North-West Frontier of 
India 1897-98, with Tochi 
Field Force (medal with 
clasp). 



William Harry Verelst Darell, bom at The Wilderness, Reading, co.= 
Berks, on Wednesday, 23 January 1878; educated at Eton and at 
the Royal Military College, Sandhurst; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards 8 September 1897, 
Lieutenant 18 January 1899, Captain 29 November 1903; served in 
South African War 1899-1902 ; at advance on Kimberley, including 
actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein ; 
operations in Orange F"ree State February to May 1900, including 
actions at Poplar Grove, Dreifontein, Vet River and Zand River ; in 
the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johan- 
nesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, East of 
Pretoria, July to October 1900, and West of Pretoria, November 
1900; in Cape Colony, South of Orange River, 1900; in the 
Transvaal November to December 1900; in Cape Colony November 
1900 to 31 May 1902 (Queen's medal with five clasps, King's medal 
with two clasps). 



=Eva Jeffie, dau. of 
Emerson Bainbridge 
of Auchnashcllach, co. 
Ross, M.P. for (lains- 
borough, by Eliza his 
I St wife, dau. of George 
Jefferson Armstrong of 
Manchester ; born 20 
October 1882; marr. 
at the Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Barracks, 
London, on Saturday, 
26 October 1907. 



Flora Muriel, born 
at Fretherne Court 
on Saturday, 8 No- 
vember 1879, bapt. 
at Fretherne 1 2 
February 1880 ; 
died there on Fri- 
day, 27 May, bur. 
at Fretherne i June 
1881. 



Dorothy Muriel, 
born at Fretherne 
Court 28 October 
1881, bapt. at 
Fretherne 1 1 April 
1882. 



Guy Marsland Darell, born at 
Fretherne Court on Tuesday, 10 
July, bapt. at Fretherne 7 August 
1883 ; educated at Eton and at 
the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Coldstream Guards 18 January 
1902, Lieutenant 29 November 
1905. 



Barbara Gladys, 
bom at Fretherne 
Court 14 January, 
bapt. at Fretherne 
8 April 1885. 




•^Oa^^ 



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0ioovt of applefaj) Hall to. Leicester, 



Arms. — Ermine three greyhounds courant in pale saVile collaied gules 
on a canton of the third a lion passant guardant or. 

Cresl. — A moorcock sable guttee d'or the back comb wattles and legs 
gules the wings expanded holding in the beak a branch 
of heath proper. 

Mollo. — Non civium ardor. 



Susan, only dau. of=pGeorge Moore of Appleby Parva, co.= 
John Drummond ' Leicester, of Bentley, co. Warwick, 
of Megginch Castle, ' and of Snareston Lodge, co. Leicester 
CO. Perth, by Lady (eldest son of (ieorge Moore of 
Appleby Parva, High Sheriff for co. 
Leicester 1794, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of William Darker) ; 
High Sheriff for co. Leicester ; 
died 23 June 1827. Will dated 
6 April 1827, proved (P.C.C. 30 
Sutton) 5 January 1828, by Elizabeth 
Moore, relict, and Valentine Green, 
the other Exor. 



Susan his wife, 2nd 
dau. of John, 9th 
Earl of Westmor- 
land ; married in 
181 1 ; died in 1813. 
ist wife. 



=Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Francis 
Hurt of Aldervvasley, co. Derby, 
and of Castem, co. Stafford, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of James 
Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe Hall 
and of Barton Lodge, both co. 
Lancaster; marr. 20 April 181 5; 
died at her house. Friar Gate, 
Derby, on Wednesday, 16 June 

1841. Will dated 21 May 1840, 
proved (P.C.C. 273, 42) 7 April 

1842, by James Hurt, brother, the 
sole Exor. 2nd wife. 



Susan, younger dau. of= 
William Phillips Inge of 
Thorpe Constantine, co. 
Stafford, High Sheriff for 
CO. Stafford 1807, by Lady 
Elizabeth Euphemia his 
wife, 4th dau. of John, 
7 th Earl of Galloway, 
K.T. ; marr. 10 June 
1833 ; died, aged 31, 12 
March, bur. at Thorpe 
Constantine 18 March 
1836. ist wife. 



=George Moore of Appleby Parva ; born= 
17 September 181 1; of Christ Church, 
0.xford, matriculated 16 June 1829; J. P. 
and D.L. for the counties of Leicester 
and Derby, High Sheriff for co. Derby 
1837 ; died at Camesky House, Fort 
William, co. Inverness, aged 60, on 
Saturday, 26 August, bur. at Appleby 
Magna 2 September 187 1. Will dated 
4 February 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
743> 71) 3 November 1871, by George 
John Moore of Appleby Hall, son, 
Vaughan Hanning Lee of Lanelay, co. 
Glamorgan, and Samuel William Clowes 
of Woodhouse, co. Leicester, the Exors. 



=Isabel Clara, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Holden (for- 
merly Shuttleworth) of 
Aston Hall, co. Derby, 
by Rosamond Amelia 
Deane his 3rd wife ; 
marr. at Aston-upon- 
Trent on Tuesday, 8 
January 1839; died at 
Appleby Hall on Thurs- 
day, 17 January, bur. 
at Appleby Magna 23 
January 1867. 2nd wife. 



Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-Lee of Dillington, co. Somerset, of Rheola= 
and of Lanelay, both co. Glamorgan (eldest son of John Lee Lee of 
Dillington, co. Somerset, and of Orleigh, co. Devon, M.P. for Wells, by 
Jessey his ist wife, dau. of John Edwards Vaughan of Rheola, M.P.) ; born 
25 February 1836; Captain 21st Fusiliers and Major Glamorganshire 
Militia; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Somerset and Glamorgan, High 
Sheriff for co. Glamorgan 1871; M.P. for West Somerset 1874-82; 
by Deed Poll dated 17 March 1874, took the additional name of Vaughan 
before that of Lee ; died at Dillington on Friday, 7 July, bur. at 
Whitelackington, co. Somerset, 12 July 1882. 



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=Clara Elizabeth, 
born at Derby 2 1 
February, bapt. at 
Appleby Magna 
4 May 1841 ; 
marr. there on 
Wednesday, 7 
August 1 86 1. 



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Edward Anthony Holden of Aston Hall, co. Derby (2nd son of the=i=Susan Drummond, 



Rev. Charles Shuttleworth [formerly Holden] of Aston Hall, by Rosamond 
Amelia Ueane his 3rd wife); bom 2 August 1805; of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, matriculated 4 May 1824, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Derby, High Sheriff 1838; died at Aston Hall, in 
his 73rd year, on Tuesday, 28 August 1877. Will dated 8 December 
1876, proved at Derby 26 November 1877, by Susan Drummond Holden, 
relict, Francis Shuttleworth Rendall, heretofore Holden, son, and Horace 
Devas, the Exors. /t\ 



marr. at Snareston, 
CO. Leicester, on 
Thursday, 2 2 No- 
vember 1832. 



George John Moore of Appleby= 
Hall, CO. Leicester ; born on 
Monday, 19 December 1842; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
18 January 1861, B.A. 1866, M.A. 
1869; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Leicester. 



=Louisa, 6th dau. of Samuel Trehawke Kekewich of 
Peamore, Exeter, co. Devon, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1834, M.P. for Exeter and South Devon, by Louisa his 
2nd wife, only dau. of Lewis William Buck of Morton, 
CO. Devon, M.P. ; born at Peamore, Exeter, 3 March 
1846; marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
on Tuesday, 6 October 1874. 



Charles Louis George 
Moore, born at 41 
Bryanston Street, Mary- 
lebone, London, on 
Friday, 3 March 1876; 
educated at Eton. 



Gerald Henry Moore, 
bom at 37 Eccleston 
Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 1 6 May 
1877; educated at 
Eton. 



Lancelot Geoffry Moore, 
bom at 20 Eaton 
Square, Pimlico, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1886; educated 
at Eton. 



Elsie Louise, born 
at 14 Lowndes 
Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 13 Feb- 
ruary 1889. 



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Walter Mainwaring Coyney of Weston Coyney, co.= 
Stafford (only son of Lieut.-Colonel Charles Coyney 
of Weston Coyney, J. P. and D.L., by Sophia Henrietta 
his I St wife, dau. of Admiral Rowland Mainwaring 
of Whitmore Hall, co. Stafford, R.N.) ; bom i8 
September 1839; of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 November 1857; Captain and Hon. 
Major 4th Battalion (Prince of Wales') North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment (Militia); J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Stafford ; died at Weston Coyney, aged 44, on 
Sunday, 6 January 1884. /t\ 



=Susan, bapt. at Appleby Magna, co. 
Leicester, 30 April 1845; marr. there 
on Thursday, 26 November 1863 ; 
died 8 April 1906. Will dated 
4 April 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 
139, 1906) 13 July 1906, by Charles 
John Blagg and Arthur Vaughan 
Hanning Vaughan-Lee, Colonel in 
H.M. Army, the Exors. 



Wilfrid Byron (her cousin), youngest son of the Rev.= 
the Hon''''^ William Byron, Rector of Trowell, co. 
Nottingham, by Mary Elizabeth his ist wife, youngest 
dau. of Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Torin Kindersley); 
born at Stoke Talmage, co. O.xford, on Tuesday, 31 
January 1871 ; 2nd Lieutenant Leicestershire Imperial 
Yeomanry 18 November 1893, Lieutenant 9 February 
1898, Lieutenant 4th Battalion 7 February 1900, Hon. 
Captain in the Army 10 July 1901 ; served in South 
-African War with the Imperial Yeomanry 1 899-1 900 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 
September 1901, Queen's medal with three clasps). 



=Sylvia Mary, born 

18 October, bapt. 
at Appleby Magna 

1 9 December 1 880; 
marr. there on 
Wednesday, 25 
September 1901. 



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{/^or issue see Pedigree of Byron, 
page 5S.) 



Charles Frederick 
Rickstead Moore, 
born at Appleby 
Magna 2 2 No- 
vember 1 883, bapt. 
there 3 February 
1884; served in 
South African War 
with the Cape 
Mounted Police 
(medal). 



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B 



Rev. Charles Thomas Moore,= 
bom at Appleby Hall, co. 
Leicester, on Wednesday, 3 
February, bapt. at Appleby 
Magna 15 April 1847; ofTrinity 
Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Lent Term, 1866, B.A. 1870, 
M.A. 1877 ; Vicar of Breedon- 
on-the-Hill, co. Leicester, 1876 
-77, Rector of Appleby 1877. 



=Mabel Charlotte, eldest dau. of the Rev. the Hon'''' Augustus 
Byron, Rector of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester, J. P. and 
County Alderman for co. Leicester, by Frederica his wife, 
youngest dau. of Lieut. -General Sir Thomas McMahon, 
Baronet, G.C.B. ; born at 18 Bryanston Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 20 April 1853, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London ; marr. at Kirkby Mallory (by the Rev. the 
Hon''''= William Byron) on Wednesday, 7 January 1880. 

(See Pedigree of Byron, page 54.) 



I I I 

George Augustus Vera Irene, born at the Rectory, Esm^ John Moore, 

William Moore, Appleby Magna, 26 November, born at Appleby 

born at Appleby bapt. there privately the next Magna 6 May, 

Magna 20 Sep- day ; bur. at Appleby Magna 28 died the next day, 

tember, bapt. there November 1890. bur. at Appleby 

27 October 1889. Magna 9 May 1892. 



Aubrey Gordon de 
Appleby Moore, 
born 30 August, 
bapt. at Appleby 
Magna 15 October 
.893. 



Rosamond, born 
at Appleby Hall, 
bapt. at Appleby 
Magna 8 July 
1849. 



William Wriothesley Mills Wingfield (only^Katharine, born 24 October 

son of the Rev. William Wriothesley Wing- 185 1, bapt. at Appleby 

field. Vicar of Gulval, co. Cornwall, by 

Frances his wife, dau. of W. Fortescue) ; 

of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 

October 1859, aged 18; died s.p. 18 March 

1903. Will dated 30 January 1903, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 679, 1903) 2 May 1903, by 

Katharine Wingfield, relict, the sole Executrix. 



Magna 27 January 1852 ; 
marr. at St. John's, Padding- 
ton, London (by the Rev. 
Charles Thomas Moore), on 
Thursday, 21 August 1879. 




ctZAC^ 



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Ctmliffe of acton ^arK, ro. Bcnbigf), 
anti of EiberpooL 

General Sir Robert Henry Cunliffe=j=Susan Emily, 2nd 
of Acton Park, co. Denbigh, and of dau. of Colonel 
Liverpool, Baronet, C.B. (2nd son of JohnPaton,Com- 
Sir Foster Cunliffe of Acton Park, missary - General 
3rd Baronet, by Harriet his wife, of the Bengal 
dau. of Sir David Kinloch of Gilmer- ' Army ; married 
ton, CO. Edinburgh, Baronet); born 2 April 1825; 
at Chester 22 April 1785; entered ' died at 7 Craven 
the Bengal Army in 1798, Major ist I Hill, Bayswater, 
Bengal Native Infantry 17 October London, on Tues- 
1818, Colonel 4th Bengal Nadve 1 day, 11 Novem- 
Infantry 30 May 1828, General 13 ' ber 1856, bur. in 
October 1857 ; High Sheriff for co. j Highgate Ceme- 
Denbigh 1835; knighted by Letters tery, London. 
Patent dated 18 November 1829, 2nd wife. 
C.B. 20 July 1838 ; succeeded his 
father as 4th Baronet 15 June 1834; 
died at Acton Park, in his 75th year, 
on Saturday, 10 September 1859, bur. 
at Saighton. Will dated 21 March 
1857, with three codicils dated 
respectively 23 November 1857, 22 February 1858 and 
18 August 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 651, 59) 4 November 
1859, by Charles Townshend of the City of Chester and 
John Panton Gubbins of Glyn Garth, co. Anglesea, two 
Crest.— A greyhound sejant argent of the Exors for Great Britain and Ireland. He marr 
'°"^^i-FMeH.er. -^1>-' \S December 1805, Louisa widow of Major 

.\rtluir I'orest of the Madras Civil Service. She died 
4 May 1822. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. - 
Sable three conies courant argent. 



Lieut. -Colonel Hippisley= 
Marsh ; entered the 
Bengal Army as Cadet 
3rd Bengal Light Cavalry 

1824, Lieutenant 22 June 

1825, Captain 29 May 
1847, retired as Lieut.- 
Colonel 26 September 
1854; died at 3 Laurel 
Grove, Penge, co. Surrey, 
I March 1884. Willdated 
3 March 1883, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 238, 84) 22 
March 1884, by Sarah 
Ann King, spinster, the 
sole Exccutri.v. 



=Louisa Hariot, marr. 
21 October 1835; 
died at Tonbridge, 
CO. Kent, aged 89, 
on Friday, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1899. Will 
dated 16 November 
1895, with codicil 
dated 25 March 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
619, 99) 18 May 1899, 
by Hippisley Cunliffe 
Marsh, retired Colonel 
in the Bengal Lancers, 
son, the Exor. 



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Robert Ellis Cunliffe, = 
born 2 7 March 1 808 ; 
of the Bengal Civil 
Service, appointed in 
1826; Judge of the 
Mymensing District ; 
died at Exeter, co. 
Devon, aged 47, on 
Saturday, 31 March, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh, 10 April 
1855, Will dated 
24 February 1855, 
proved (P.C.C. 398, 
55) 25 May 1855, by 
Charlotte Mnria Jane 
Cunliffe, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Charlotte Maria Jane, 
eldest dau. of Ilted 
Howell ; marr. at 
Charlton Kings, co. 
Gloucester, 2 May 
1837 ; died in Paris 
on Sunday, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1S56, bur. in 
Pere-la-ChaiseCeme- 
tery, Paris. Admon 
was granted (P.C.C.) 
26 April 1856, to 
John Panton Gub- 
bins, one of the 
sur%-iving guardians 
of her children. 



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Mary Augusta, only dau. of Sir==«Rev. Henry Cunliffe, born at= 



James Milles Riddell of Strontian 
and Ardnamurchan, co. Argyll, 
and Baronet, D.C.L., by Mary 
his wife, younger dau. of Sir 
Richard Brooke of Norion Priory, 
CO. Chester, 5th Baronet ; marr. 
at St. Michael's, Chester (by the 
Rev. George Cunliffe), on Tues- 
day, 16 November 1852; died at 
the Vicarage, Shifnal, co. Salop, 
on Tuesday, 2 December 1879. 
1st wife. 



Calcutta, India, 16 March, bapt. 
there 1 June 1826; of Baliiol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
24 May 1844, B.A. 1848, 
M.A. 1850; Vicar of Shifnal 
1852-84; died at his residence, 
Cotefield, Banbury, co. O.xford, 
on Wednesday, i August, bur. at 
Wrexham, co.Denbigh, 2 August 
1894. Will dated 5 .March 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 928, 
94) 13 September 1894, by Sir 
Robert Alfred Cunliffe, Baronet, 
nephew, the sole Exor. 



Mary Susan, born at the Vicarage, Shifnal, 
on Saturday, 31 January, bapt. at Shifnal, 
died at the Vicarage, Shifnal, on Saturday, 
7 February 1857, bur. at Shifnal. 



Lady Alexandrina Victoria, 
youngest dau. of Alexander, 
6th Earl of Dunmore, by Lady 
Catherine his wife, dau. of 
George Augustus, tiih Earl of 
Pembroke ; born at 78 Pall 
Mall, London, on Saturday, 

19 July 1845, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Wilton, co. Wilts 
(Queen Victoria stood sponsor) ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 

20 April 1887. 2nd wife. 



John Panton Gubbins of The Oaks, Milverton, co. Warwick, formerly of the=Emma Rhoda, 



Bengal Civil Service and sometime Judge of Delhi (son of General Joseph 
Gubbin.s, by Charlotte his wife, dau. of John Bathoe of Bath, co. Somerset); 
bom 14 September 1806; D.L. for co. Flint and J. P. for Anglesey and co. 
Warwick; marr. 2ndly 11 April 1839, Mary Eyles, 2nd dau. of William Egerton 
of Gresford Lodge, co. Denbigh, Accountant-General at Calcutta, by Sibella 
his wife, dau. of Robert Boswell of Edinburgh. He died at The Oaks, Milverton, 
aged 72, on Saturday, 5 April 1879. Will dated 7 October 1873, proved at 
Birmingham 28 April 1879, by Mary Eyles Gubbins, relict, the Executrix. 



marr. 23 July 
1 83 1 ; died s.p. 
12 May 1836. 
I St wife. 



Eleanor Sophia Egerton,= 
only dau. of Colonel Eger- 
ton Leigh of West Hall, 
High Leigh, and Jodrell 
Hall, CO. Chester, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Chester, High 
Sheriff 1 8 7 2, by Lydia Rachel 
his wife, dau. and coheir of 
John Smith Wright of Bul- 
cote Lodge, co. Nottingham; 
marr. at Goosetrey, co. 
Chester, on Thursday, 5 
August 1869; died at Acton 
Park, CO. Denbigh, in her 
51st year, on Sunday, 13 
March 1898. ist wife. 



=Colonel Sir Robert Alfred Cunliffe of= 
Acton Park, co. Denbigh, and of Liver- 
pool, Baronet; born 17 January 1839; 
educated at Eton ; gazetted Lieutenant 
Scots Guards 1857, retired as Captain; 
Hon. Colonel 3rd Battalion Royal 
Welsh Fusiliers; J. P., D.L. and County 
Councillor for co. Denbigh, High Sheriff 
i868; M.P. for Flint 1872-74, for 
Denbigh Boroughs 1880-85; succeeded 
his grandfather as 5th Baronet 10 Sep- 
tember 1859; died at 17 liasil Mansions, 
Basil Street, London, on Sunday, 18 
June, bur. at Wrexham, co. Denbigh, 
21 June 1905. Will dated 8 January 
1 90 1, proved at St. Asaph 3 August 
1905, by Sir Foster Hugh Egerton 
Cunliffe, Baronet, and the Rev. Neville 
Egerton Leigh, the Exors. 



=Cecelie Victoria, of River 
House, Tillington, co. Sus- 
sex, younger dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel the Hon"*'' William 
Edward Sackvillc-West, by 
Georgina his wife, youngest 
dau. of George Dodwell of 
Kevinsfort, co. Sligo ; born 
at 1 6a Oxford Square, Hyde 
Park, London, on Saturday, 
18 February 1865, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Wells Street, 
London; marr. at St. Bar- 
nabas', Pimlico, London, 
on Saturday, 5 January 
1 90 1. 2nd wife. 



Charles Watkin Cunliffe, 
born 6 April 1833 ; of 
the Bengal Civil Service, 
Assistant Commissioner 
of Beraitch, Oude, India ; 
killed by the mutineers 
at Byram Ghat in June 
1857- 



Foster John Cunliffe, 
born 14 October 1834; 
2nd Lieutenant Bengal 
Artillery 11 June 1853; 
died at the Residency, 
Lucknow, India, aged 
22, on Tuesday, 22 
September 1857. 



Frank Cunliffe, bom 8 July 1839; Captain 
58th Foot ; died unmarried at Belize, 
British Honduras, on Sunday, 24 March 
1878. \\ill dated 15 December 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 479, 78) 25 June 
1878, by the Rev. Henry Cunliffe, brother, 
the sole Exor. 



George Cunliffe, Major-General Frederick Henry Smith (son of= 
died in India J. Smith of Devonport, co. Devon); Lieutenant 
in 1835. 34th Regiment Bengal Native Infantry 10 

January 1845, Captain 2 April 1856, Com- 
mandant 1 8th Bengal Cavalry 4 September 
1858, Lieut. -Colonel 2 April 1867, Colonel 
2 April 1872, Major-General, retired, 14 June 
1876; served in Punjab 1848-49 (medal), 
on the North-West Frontier of India 1855 
(medal with clasp), and in the Indian Mutiny 
1858 (medal). 



=Charlotte, marr. at Lucknow, 
India, 24 August 1846; died 
s.p. at Torquay, co. Devon, 
on Tuesday, 15 May 1883. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 27 June 
1883, to Frederick Henry 
Smith of Lanark House, 
retired Major-General, the 
husband. 



Rhoda 
Helen. 



Rev. Henry Samuel Priestley (3rd son of John Priestley=pCharlotte Caroline, marr. 



of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesea) ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 May 1858, aged 18, B.A. 1863 ; Vicar 
of Talyllyn, co. Anglesea, 1869-93, Rector of Heneglwys 
with Trewalchmai, co. Anglesea; died 20 January 1904. 
Will dated 15 April 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 230, 1904) 
18 February 1904, by Charlotte Caroline Priestley, relict, 
the sole Executrix. /\ 



at the parish church, 
Gresford, co. Denbigh 
(by her uncle, the Rev. 
Canon George Cunliffe), 
on Wednesday, 7 January 
1874. 



Sir Foster Hugh Egerton Cunliffe of Acton Park, co. Denbigh, 
Baronet; born at 37 Lowndes Street, London, on Tuesday, 17 
August 1875, bapt. at Worthing, co. Sussex; educated at Eton 
and at New College, Oxford, B.A. (2nd-class Modern History) 
1898, M.A. 1901, Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford; appointed 
Lecturer in Military History at Oxford University 15 October 
1905 ; Lieutenant ist Cadet Battalion The Queen's (Royal West 
Surrey Regiment) since 1905 ; a representative member of 
Oxfordshire Territorial Force Association; J.P. for co. Denbigh; 
succeeded his father as 6th Baronet 18 June 1905. 



Violet Eleanor, bom at 37 
Lowndes Street, London, 
on Tuesday, 4 July 1876 ; 
died at Acton Park, aged 
I year and 7 months, on 
Friday, 15 February 1878, 
bur. at Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh. 



Mary Evelyn, born at Acton Kythe, born at Acton Park Robert Henry Neville Cunliffe, 

Park on Thursday, 21 Novem- on Thursday, 25 August, born at Acton Park on Friday, 

ber 1878, bapt. at Wre.xham bapt. at Wrexham 13 October 8 February, bapt. at Wrexham 

II February 1879. 1881. 9 March 1884. 



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Major-General Andrew Aldcorn Muiiro of Woodside, Frant, co. Sussex ;^Janet Victoria, niarr. at 



entered the Bengal Army in 1846, served in the Punjab Campaign 
1848-49 (medal), in the Sonthal Campaign 1855-56, and in the 
Umbeyla Campaign of 1863 (medal and clasp); Commissioner of the 
Punjab 1855-80, during whicli period he was Deputy-Commissioner 
i)f the frontier districts of Pesiiawar, Hazara, Dcra (ihazi Khan, Kohat, 
Pannu and Dera Ismail Khan; promoted Major in 1866, appointed 
Officiating Commander of the Multan Division in 1871, and promoted 
Lieut.-Colonel in 1872 ; served as Commander of the Derajat 
Division 1871-80, and commanded the Dour Vallev Expedition in 
1872 ; promoted Colonel in 1877, and Major-General in i88i, retired 
as Colonel Bengal Staff Corps ; J. P. for co. Sussex ; died at 
Woodside, Frant, aged 72, on Wednesday, 2 February 1898. Will 
dated 9 March 1892, with codicil dated 27 December 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 319, 98) 12 March 1898, by Janet Victoria Munro, 
relict, the Executrix. 



M ilverton,co. Warwick 
(by the Rev. Canon 
George Cunliffe), on 
Tuesday, 19 February 
1867; diedat4Calver- 
ley Park, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, aged 
63, on Tuesday, 3 July 
1900. Will dated 
7 September 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 80, 
1900) 7 August 1900, 
by Ranald Martin 
Cunliffe Munro, son, 
the sole Exor. 



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David Cunliffe of Rachan House, co. Peebles ;= 
born 14 February 1815 ; of the Bengal Civil 
Service, appointed 1836, Salt Agent and Super- 
intendent of Chowkies ; died suddenly at 66 
Canning Street, Liverpool, aged 58, on Friday, 
19 September 1873. ^^''" dated 25 June 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 14, 74) 7 January 1874, by 
Frances Priscilla Cunliffe, relict, and James 
Tweedie of Quarter, co. Peebles, the Exors. 



=Frances Priscilla, dau. of Samuel Davies, 
M.D., of the Bengal Military Service ; marr. 
24 October 1837 ; died at 55 Waldeck 
Avenue, Bedford, in her 79th year, on 
Friday, 6 November 1896. Will dated 26 
February 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 22, 97) 
2 January 1897, by James Tweedie, son-in- 
law, one of the Exors. 



Charles Twecdie=f=Ada Frances, 
(2nd son of Thomas marr. at St. 
Stevenson Tweedie Thomas', Port- 
of Quarter, co. man Square, 
Peebles, Physician- London, on 
General in the Thursday, 6 
Hon'''" East India April 1865. 
Co.'s Service, D.L. 
for CO. Peebles, 
by Benjamina his 
wife, dau. of Charles 
Mackay) ; born 28 
January 1835. 



James Tweedie, formerly of Rachan=j=Emma Charlotte, 



and Quarter, co. Peebles (eldest son 
of Thomas Stevenson Tweedie of 
Quarter, Physician-General in the 
Hon''''= East India Co.'s Service, 
D.L. for CO. Peebles, by Benjamina 
his wife, dau. of Charles Mackay) ; 
born 6 February 1831 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for co Peebles, formerly of 
the 80th Foot. He marr. istly in 
1858, Jane Aitken, only surviving 
child of John White of Drumelzier 
and Netherurd, co. Peebles ; this 
marriage was dissolved. /j\ 



marr. at Rampore 
Bauleah, Bengal, 
India, by special 
licence, on Wed- 
nesday, 30 Septem- 
ber 1863. 2nd 
wife. 



Rev. Francis Furse Vidal (son of the Rev. Francis Vidal of Eton=j=Lucy Mary, born in 1843; 



College, by Mary Theresa Johnson his wife) ; born at Torrington, 
CO. Devon, 19 June, bapt. there 15 July 1836; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1868; appointed Rector of Greeting 
St. Mary, with All Saints' and St. Olave's, co. Suffolk, in 1881. 



marr. at Gresford, co. 
Denbigh (by the Rev. 
Canon George Cunliffe), on 
Wednesday, 19 April 1865. 



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Thomas William Hooper Tolbort of the Bengal^Clare, marr. at St. David's, Agnes, died 

Civil Service, Deputy-Commissioner at Ambala, Stekl-Budin, Punjab, India, in infancy. 

India; died s.p. at Dorchester, co. Dorset, aged 41, on Wednesday, 6 October 

on Saturday, 4 August 1883. Will dated 18 August 1875; died at Kasauli, 

1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 783, 83) 18 September Punjab, aged 38, on Friday, Other issue. 

1883, by John Masters Hossey, gent., and Alfred 31 October 1879. 
Noake, the Exors. 



Ellis Robert 
CunlifTe, died 
at Redlands, 
Reading, co. 
Berks, in his 
8th year, in 
March 1854. 

Laura. 



David Arthur 
Cunliffe, born 
in 1850 ; died 
unmarried in 
March 1907. 



Foster Kinloch Cunliffe of 0.xton,=j=Henrietta, 3rd dau. of 

CO. Chester; born at Cheltenham, J. H. Worthington of 

CO. Gloucester, on Saturday, 28 Oxton ; marr. at Christ 

June 1851 ; J.P. ; marr. 2ndly Church, Claughton, co. 

Adele, 2nd surviving dau. of Chester, on Wednesday, 

Horatio Gillmore, formerly Captain 2 November 1881; died 

23rd Foot. 3 March 1889. ist wife. 



Edmund Walter (son of Frederick=f=Helen Brooke, born at David Foster Cunliffe, born 



Edward Walter, Major Royal 
Artillery); bom 29 January 1881 ; 
entered the Royal Ajtillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 6 January 1900, Lieu- 
tenant 3 April 1901; employed with 

Indian Supply and Transport Corps , 5 September 1906. 
since 7 May 1906. | 

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Bankipore, Bengal, India, 5 May 1884 ; Lieutenant 

on Monday, 20 November Indian Army ; died of enteric 

1882 ; marr. at Holy fever at Cherat, Punjab, aged 

Trinity, Murree, Punjab, 19, on Thursday, 2 July 

India, on Wednesday, 1903. 



Norman Dunbar Walker, born 21 August=j=Nora Dorothy, born Phylis Rowena, born 



1876 ; educated at Edinburgh University, 

M.B., Ch.B. Edin. 1899; Civil Surgeon, 

South African Field Force, 1 900-1 901 ; 

entered the Royal Army Medical Corps ; Tuesday, 17 April 

as Lieutenant i September 1902, Captain I 1906 



22 November 1885 ; at Samastipur, Tirhoot, 
marr. at Scrinagar, Bengal, on Sunday, 12 
Kashmir, Punjab, on December 1886. 



I March 1906. 



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Cecily Agnes, born 10 
August 1888. 



Rev. Reginald Campbell Edwards of Easthampstead,= 
Bracknell, co. Berks (2nd son of Richard Venn Edwards of 
Bath, CO. Somerset, by Maria Eliza his wife, dau. of |ohn 
Armstrong of Cavendish Place, Bath) ; born at Bath 28 May 
1832, bapt. at Walcot Church, Bath ; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 7 June 1849, B.A. (3rd-class Litt. Hum.) 
1853, M..A. 1856; Vicar of Speen, co. Berks, 1870-1905; 
Rural Dean of Newbur)' i go i- 1905. 



=Rose Geraldine, bom at Dacca, 
Bengal, 4 April 1 848 ; marr. at 
the parish church, Wrexham, 
CO. Denbigh (by the Rev. 
Henry Cunliffe, on Thursday, 
23 August 1877. 



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Alfred Edward= 
Cunliffe of 3 
Old Ballyganj 
Road, Calcutta, 
India ; born 5 
July 1S53. 



Ruth Agnes, born 20 October 
1887; died II March 1889. 

Muriel Hyde, born i July 1890; 
niarr. at St. Thomas', Middleton 
Row, Calcutta, on Wednesday, 
22 April 1908, Percival I^eo 
Faulkner.Superintendent Indian 
Police, Eastern Bengal and 
Assam. 

Robert Ellis Cunliffe, born at 
Calcutta on Tuesday, 1 7 October 
1893. 



Cyril Henry Cunliffe, 
March 1901. 



=Agnes, dau. Colonel Ernest William Cunliffe, = 
of John Mus- born at 10 Selkirk Parade, Chelten- 
pratt Comley ham, co. Gloucester, on Tuesday, 
of Calcutta, 24 February 1857 ; entered the 
M.R.C.S.; marr. Army as Sub-Lieutenant 45th Foot 
28 April 1886. 10 September 1875, Lieutenant 
Bengal Staff Corps 18 April 1879, 
Captain Indian Staff Corps 1886, 
^L'^jor 1895, Lieut. -Colonel 1901, 
Brevet Colonel Commanding S9th 
Scinde Rifles 10 September 1904; 
served in Afghan War 1878-80, in 
the Khyber Pass and forcing of the 
Yunis Tangi Pass (medal), and with 
Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 
1 88 1, ^\'aziristan Expedition 1894 
-95 (medal with clasp), on the 
North-West Frontier of India 1897 
-98, at the operations on the Samana 
and in the Kurram Valley during 
August and September 1897 (medal 
with two clasps), and in Tirah 
Campaign at action of Dargai 
(clasp); married 2ndly in 1900, 
bom 3 Isabel Fergusson, dau. of John 
Bradford. 



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'MaryAdeline, eldest 
dau. of Major-Oeneral 
David Limond, C.B., 
by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Springall 
Thompson of Bram- 
cote, CO. Buckingham ; 
born at Cawnpore, 
India, i November 
1862 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Simla, India, 
on Saturday, 10 Oc- 
tober 1885 ; died at 
Aberdare, Waldeck 
Avenue, Bedford, aged 
36, on Saturday, 26 
August 1899. Will 
dated 23 August 1899, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
1075. 99) 15 Septem- 
ber 1899, by Rous 
Milner Limond, and 
Beatrix Campbell 
Limond, spinster, the 
Exors. I St wife. 



Lieut. -Colonel Walter Howell Cunliffe of The= 
Shrubbery, Newbury, co. Berks ; born at Bengal 
8 September 1850, and bapt. there; educated at 
Rugby; entered the Army as Ensign 52nd Foot 
17 March 1869, Lieutenant 27 October 1871, 
Captain Oxfordshire Light Infantry lo August 
1880, Major 2nd Battalion 15 January 1886, 
Adjutant Auxiliary Forces 15 November 1883 to 
30 December 1888, retired as Lieut. -Colonel 
1893, of the Reserve of Officers since that date; 
J. P. for CO. Berks since 1895. 



=Gertrude, eldest dau. of William Fry Foster 
of Lecourt, co. Hants, by Caroline his 
wife, elder dau. of Ellis Watkin Cunliffe of 
Madeley, co. Salop, formerly of the Bengal 
Ci\'il Service ; born at Leamington, co. 
Warwick ; marr. at Greatham, co. Hants 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Jo.seph Foster), 
on Tuesday, 14 September 1875 ; died at 
Calgary, Canada, on Monday, 12 October 
1908. 



Gwynedd Sybilla, born at Lecourt, co. Hants, on Monday, 
24 July 1876, bapt. at Greatham, co. Hants; marr. at Grenfell, 
North- West Territory, Canada, 31 December 1901, Walter 
Gason FitzGerald of Calgary, Canada. 



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Eetgf) of iSarliou, co, Somerset 



Arms. — Argent two bars azure a bend compony or and gules. 
Crest. — A demi-lion rampant or armed and langued gules. 
Motto. — Legibus antiquis. 



Robert Leigh of Bardon, in the parish of St. Uecuman's,= 
CO. Somerset (2nd son of W'iUiani Leigh of Bardon, 
by Rebecca his wife, dau. of John Sanders) ; born 
5 July 1734; died 12 July, bur. in the Leigh vault in 
St. Decuman's Church 18 July 1798. Miniature in (he 
possession of Ernest Leigh of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
his great-grandson, also two Portraits in oils in the 
possession of Miss Leigh of Axmouth, co. Devon, his 
grcat-grand-daughter. 




=Maria Bourget Legge, born at Berlin 
II August 1749; marr. at St. 
Martin's-in-the- Fields, \\"estminster, 
on Saturday, 19 May 1770 ; died at 
Taunton, co. Somerset, aged 79, 
23 September, bur. in the Leigh 
vault in St. Decuman's Church 30 
September 1828. Portraits in oils 
in the possession of Ernest Leigh, her 
great-grandson, and of Miss Leigh, 
also a Aliniature in the possession 
of the latter. 



Rev. Robert Tripp (4th son of= 
John Tripp of Huntspill and 
Taunton, both co. Somerset, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. James Upton, Rector of 
Bishop's Hull, CO. Somerset) ; 
bapt. at St. James', Taunton, 
22 December 1754; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
17 December 1771, aged 17, 
B.A. 1775, M.A. 1778; 
Rector of Re we for 42 years, 
and of Kentisbeare and Black- 
borough for 33 years ; marr. 
istly at Kirk Deighton, co. 
York, Frances, dau. of Richard 
and Anne Thompson of Kirk 
Deighton. She died s.p., 
aged 47, 8 August 1795, and 
was bur. at Rewe. He died at 
Exeter 14 February 1S25, and 
was bur. in St. Lawrence's 
Church, Exeter. Memorial 
Tablet. Will dated 3 Sep- 
tember 1816, proved (P.C.C. 
230 St. Albans) 20 April 1825, 
by Mary Tripp, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



'Mary, born at Bar- 
don on Thursday, 
22 October, bapt. 
at St. Decuman's 
on Wednesday, 9 
December 1772 ; 
marr. there by 
licence 28 Feb- 
ruary 1797 ; died 
at Exeter, aged 
55, 4 December 
1828. 2nd wife. 



Robert Leigh of Taunton ; bom at Bardon 
on Wednesday, 2 February, bapt. privately 
on Sunday, 6 March, and received into 
the church at Williton, co. Somerset, on 
Wednesday, 23 March 1774; Captain 
ist Somersetshire Militia; D.L. for co. 
Somerset ; died unmarried at Taunton on 
Sunday, 29 October 1848, bur. in the 
burial ground adjoining the Unitarian 
Chapel in Mary Street, Taunton. Will 
dated 14 January 1848, proved (P.C.C. 
203, 49) I March 1849, by Robert Leigh, 
nephew, the sole Exor. Portrait in oils 
in tJie possession of Miss Leigh, his great- 
niece, also another and a silhouette in the 
possession of Ernest Leigh, his great 
nephew. 




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William Leigh of Bardon, co. Somerset ; bom at= 
Bardoii on Friday, 9 February, bapt. privately 
on Tuesday, 13 February, and received into the 
church at St. Decunian's, co. Somerset, on 
Wednesday, 26 April 1776; died at Tiverton, co. 
Devon, on Monday, 3 June, bur. in the Leigh 
vault in St. Decuman's Church 8 June 1844. 
Will dated 23 April 1844, proved (F.C.C. 644, 44) 
19 August 1844, by Robert Leigh, son, the sole 
Exor. Silhouette in the possession of Miss Leigh 
of Axmouth, CO. Devon. 




=Fraiicis Wilson, dau. 
of Thomas Oliver of 
London ; born 2 May 
1773 ; marr. at Bath- 
wick, CO. Somerset, 27 
November 1797 ; died 
in Ixjndon 23 April, 
bur. in a vault at St. 
Mary's, Paddington, 
London, 28 April 
1831. M.L 



Henry Leigh, born 
at Bardon 1 1 April, 
bapt. at St. Decu- 
man's 1 3 April 
1779 ; died 22 
June, bur. at St. 
Decuman's 24 June 
>779- 



Rev. William Francis Chilcot ;=f=Francis Wilson, born at Bardon 



of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1825, M.A. 1844; 
Rector of Monksilver, co. 
Somerset ; died 7 March 
1863, bur. in the churchyard 
at Monksilver. M.L Will 
dated 29 January 1844, with 
codicil dated 22 February 
1854, proved (Prin. Reg., 
203, 63) II April 1863, by 
Peter Co.x of Beaminster, co. 
Dorset, the surviving Exor. ^ 



at 3.10 a.m. 17 November 
1800, bapt. at Williton, co. 
Somerset, 10 February 1801 ; 
marr. at St. Decuman's 25 
June 1829 (marriage settle- 
ment dated 23 June 1829); 
died at Monksilver 25 October, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
Monksilver i November 1842. 
Memorial Window in Monk- 
silver Church. 



Mary, born at Bardon at 4.30 
p.m. 26 May, bapt. at Williton 
24 July 1802; died unmarried 
at Torquay, co. Devon, 18 
July, bur. at Monksilver 
23 July 1873. ^^''1' dated 28 
September 1872, proved at 
Exeter 22 August 1873, by 
Margaret Leigh of Kenton, 
Torquay, spinster, sister, and 
Frances Oliver Cox of Bea- 
minster, spinster, niece, the 
Executrixes. 



Charlotte Eliza- 
beth, of Brook 
House, Ax- 
mouth, CO. De- 
von ; born at 
Sampford Brett, 
CO. Somerset, 
22 June, bapt. 
there 15 Sep- 
tember 1829. 



Fanny, born at 
Sampford Brett 
2 July, bapt. 
there 31 July 
1830. 



John Theodore= 
Page (son of John 
Page, Lieutenant 
R.N., by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. 
ofJohnSeymour); 
born at Queens- 
town, CO. Cork, 
16 June 1807 ; 
died I March, 
bur. at Limpley 
Stoke, CO. Somer- 
set, 4 March 
1875- /\ 



=Mary, born at 
Bardon 16 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at 
St. Decuman's 
2 March 1832; 
marr. at Heavi- 
tree,co. Devon, 
21 November 
•857- 



Arthur William Leigh= 
of Cullompton, co. 
Devon (3rd son of 
Frederick Leigh of 
Cullompton); born at 
Cullompton 1 2 Octo- 
ber 1825 ; died there 
s.p. 14 February, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Cullompton 1 7 I"eb- 
ruary 1870. Adirion 
was granted at Exeter 
19 March 1870, to 
Ann Leigh of Cul- 
lompton, relict. Por- 
trait in the possession 
of Mrs. Adelaide 
Cotton of Ramsgate, 
CO. Kent, his niece. 

{See page 88.) 



=Ann, born at Bar- 
don 30 December 
1833, bapt. at 
St. Decunian's 25 
February 1834 ; 
marr. at St. 
Leonard's, Mount 
Radford, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, on 
Thursday, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1867 ; died 
at Exeter 8 De- 
cember, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Cullompton 15 
December 1871. 
Silhouette of her 
and tier husband 
in the possession of 
Robert Kennaivay 
Leigh of Bardon, 
their nephe7t>. 



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Henry James Leigh of Taunton and of Corfe, both co. Somerset ;= 
bom at Bardon, co. Somerset, on Saturday, 22 September, 
bapt. at St. Decuman's, co. Somerset, on Thursday, i November 
1781; died at Corfe on .Monday, 14 June 1852, bur. in the 
churchyard at Corfe. Miniature Portrait in oils, and a Silhouette, 
in t/ie possession of Ernest Leigh of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, his 
grandson. 




=Anne Whitmash, dau. of 
Thomas Waters of Bland- 
ford Forum, co. Dorset; 
died II January 1843, 
bur. in the churchyard 
at Corfe. Miniature in 
the possession of Ernest 
Leigh of Wimbledon, her 
grandson. 



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{For issue see page 8 J.) 



Robert Leigh of Bardon ; born at^ 
Bardon at 11.30 a.m. 14 March, bapt. 
at WiUiton, co. Somerset, 3 June 
1804; Attorney-at-Law; died at Knott 
Oak, Ilminster, co. Somerset, 23 May, 
bur. near the South door of St. 
Decuman's Church 28 May 1852. 
\\"\\\ dated 11 April 1851, proved 
(P.C.C. 849, 52) 12 November 1852, 
by Charlotte Leigh, relict, the sole 
Executrix. Portrait in oils in the 
possession of Miss Leigh. 




Charlotte, dau. of Samuel 
Cox of Beaminster, co. 
Dorset; born 18 November 
1807 ; marr. at Beaminster 
27 August 1828; died at 
Axmouth, CO. Devon, 10 
June, bur. near the South 
door of St. Decuman's 
Church 15 June 1875. Will 
dated i June 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 669, 75) 5 
August 1875, by Charlotte 
Elizabeth Leigh and Fanny 
Leigh, both of Axmouth, 
spinsters, daughters, the 
Executrixes. 



William Leigh, bom at 
Bardon at 3.45 a.m. 15 
July, bapt. at Williton 

29 December 1805; died 
unmarried at Bardon 
24 February, bur. in the 
Leigh vault in St. 
Decuman's Church 28 
February 1850. Will 
dated 30 November 1844, 
proved (P.C.C. 371, 50) 

30 May 1850, by Mary 
Leigh, spinster, sister, the 
sole Executrix. 



Robert Leigh of=T=Ann, dau. of Thomas 



The Yews, Bea- 
minster; born 16 
April, bapt. at 
St. Decuman's 25 
May 1835. 



Palmer Daniel of 
Beaminster, Surgeon, 
by Fanny Symes his 
wife ; marr. at Char- 
mouth, CO. Dorset, 26 
September 1866. 



I 
Francis Leigh, bom 
at Bardon i Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. 
Decuman's 7 Jan- 
uary 1837 ; died at 
Bardon 9 February 
1839, t)'^''. in the 
Leigh family vault 
in St. Decuman's 
Church. 



James Oliver Leigh, born at 
Bardon 1 1 March, bapt. 
at St. Decuman's 22 May 
1838 ; drowned in the China 
Sea 21 July 1864. Memorial 
Tablet at St. Decuman's. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 19 Decem- 
ber 1864, to Charlotte Leigh 
of 7 Haldon Terrace, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, widow, the mother 
and only next of kin. 



Philip John Rutland of High Wycombe, co.=j= Annie Charlotte, born at Beaminster 27 July 



Buckingham (son of John Rutland of High 
Wycombe) ; admitted a Solicitor I^ecember 
1885. ^ 



1867, bapt. at St. Mary's, Beaminster; marr. 
at Beaminster on Tuesday, 18 September 1894. 



Anne, bom at Bardon, co. Somerset, on Monday, 8 May, bapt. at St. Decuman's, co. 
Somerset, on Wednesday, 21 June 1786; marr. istly 25 January 1804, Montague Baker Bcre 
of Morebath, co. Devon, who died at Bath 29th of same month ; marr. 2ndly 10 January 181 1, 
John Burgess Karslake of South Molton, co. Devon, Attorncyat-Law, who died 14 I'cbruary 
following; marr. 3rdly in June 1822, Richard Grudge Campion of Exeter, Attorney at- Law, 
who died in 1863. She died, aged 50, 25 January 1837, and was bur. at St. Lawrence's, 
Exeter. M.L =5= 



Peter Cox of Beaminster,=j=Ann, bom at Bardon at 



CO. Dorset, see J'edi^ree 
of Trotman, Vol. j, page 
161 (5th son of Samuel 
Cox of Beaminster, by 
Ann his wife, only child 
of Richard Symes of 
Beaminster, Barrister-at- 
Law) ; bom 1 3 November 
1800; died 20 January, 
bur. in the churchyard of 
St. Mary's, Beaminster, 
26 January 1892. 



6.15 a.m. 28 December 
1806, bapt. at Williton, 
CO. Somerset, i March 
1807 ; marr. at St. Decu- 
man's 17 August 1826; 
died at Beaminster, 
aged 80, on Saturday, 
3 September, bur. in 
the churchyard of St. 
Mary's, Beaminster, 8 
September 18S7. 



William Upton Tripp,= 
2nd son of the Rev. 
Robert Tripp, by Mary 
his wife, eldest dau. 
of Robert Leigh of 
Bardon {see page 7p) ; 
born at Rewe, co. 
Devon, 13 September 
1804; died at East 
Leigh, Prahran, Mel- 
bourne, Australia, 19 
September 1873. 



As 



=Elizabeth, born at 
Bardon at noon, 
1 7 January, bapt. 
atU'illitoni i .\pril 
1809 ; marr. at 
Monksilver, co. 
Somerset, 28 Sep- 
tember 183 1 ; died 
atMelbourne.aged 
90, on Monday, 25 
September 1899. 



A 



Margaret, born at Bardon 21 September, bapt. 
at St. Decuman's 5 November 1839 ; died 
unmarried at Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, 
2 December, bur. there 5 December 1901. 
AdiSon (with will dated 30 December 1899) 
was granted at the Principal Registry 14 May 
1903, to Charlotte Elizabeth Leigh, spinster, 
sister, and one of the next of kin. 



Launcelot Leigh, born 
at Bardon 24 October 
1840, bur. in the 
family vault in St. 
Decuman's Church 14 
November following. 



Peter Warden Leigh, 
bom at Bardon 4 
March, bapt. at St. 
Decuman's 23 May 
1842 ; marr. at Lyttel- 
ton. New Zealand, 
Lavinia Jones. 



Robert Henry Leigh, died in 
infancy, bur. at Christchurch, 
New Zealand. 

Francis Geoffrey Leigh, born at 
Christchurch, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
North Opawa, Christchurch. 



Joseph Warden Leigh, 
born at Christchurch 
7 July 1882, bapt. at 
St. Mark's, North 
Opawa, Christchurch. 



Frederick Oliver Leigh, born at 
Christchurch ; died in infancy. 



Charlotte Elizabeth lavinia, born 
at Christchurch, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
North Opawa, Christchurch. 



Francis Leigh, born at 
Beaminster 16 August 
1868, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beaminster. 



Margaret Staines, born at 
Beaminster 24 October 
1869, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beaminster. 



Emily Symes, born at Beaminster 22 
June 187 1, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beaminster; died 20 April 1872, bur. 
in the churchyard at Holy Trinity, 
Beaminster. 



82 



Frederick Leigh of Cullompton, co. Devon ;= 
born at Bardon, co. Somerset, on Tuesday, 
5 June, bapt. privately on Wednesday, 20 June 
1787, and received into the church at 
St. Decuman's on Tuesday, i January 1788; 
SoHcitor ; died at Cullompton on Tuesday, 22 
March, bur. in the churchyard at Cullompton 
on Tuesday, 29 March 1853. Portrait in oils 
at Bardon in the possession of Robert Kennaway 
Leigh, his grandson, and a Silhouette in the 
Possession of Ernest Leigh of Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, his great-nephew. 




=Anna, dau. of Thomas Kennaway of Exeter, 
CO. Devon, by Anna Couch (nde Glass) his 
wife [Silhouettes of both in the possession of 
Mrs. Adelaide Cotton of Ramsgate, co. Kent, 
their great-grand-daughter\ ; bom 29 May 
1 791; marr. at St. Mary Major, Exeter, 
9 December 1819; died at Cullompton 
4 February, bur. in the churchyard at Cul- 
lompton 1 1 February 1 868. Portrait in oils, 
with her grand-daughter, Adelaide {now 
Mrs. Cotton), also a Miniature and 
Silhouette at Bardon, in the possession of 
Robert Kennaway Leigh, her grandson. 



A\ 



{For issue see page 86.) 



Margaret, born at Bardon at noon, 30 March, bapt. at Williton, co. Somerset, 20 November 
1814; died unmarried at Torquay, co. Devon, Jiged 67, on Sunday, 27 March, bur. in the 
churchyard at St. Decuman's 2 April 1881. Will dated 16 June 1876, with codicil 
dated 8 January 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 321, 81) 29 April 1881, by Frances Oliver Cox of 
Beaminster, co. Dorset, spinster, niece, the sole Executrix. 



Colonel Frank Leigh, born at Bardon 30 August, bapt. at St.=j=Jane AHce, dau. of Colonel 



Decuman's 30 September 1843 ; Secretary to the Government of 
India; Colonel of Volunteers and A.D.C. to the Viceroy; died 
at Simla, Punjab, India, 27 July 1906, bur. there the next day. 
He marr. istly at Simla, and had issue a son Frank, who died 
in infancy. 



Barham ; bom at Calcutta, 
Bengal, India, 19 February 
1854; marr. there in August 
1S74 ; died at Simla 10 Oc- 
tober 1890, bur. there the 
same day. 2nd wife. 



Charlotte Alice, born at Simla 17 Frank Leigh, 
May 1875, bapt. at Christ Church, born at Simla 
Simla; marr. there 4 April 1904, 18 November 
George Sizeland Cutts of Simla, 1877 ; died 
Architect. She died at Simla 24 there 3 No- 
June 1905. vember 1878. 

Lilian Florence, bom at Simla 9 Au- 
gust 1876, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Simla. 



Margaret, born at Simla 13 January 
1879, bapt. at Christ Church, Simla; 
marr. at the Cathedral, Lahore, Punjab, 
India, 2 November 1902, Herbert Prince 
Wright of Trichinopoly, Madras Pre- 
sidency, India, Engineer. 



Dorothy Francis, bom at Simla 10 Octo- 
ber 1890, bapt. at Christ Church, Simla. 



Edward William Phillips of Netherbury, co. Dorset (elder son of=i=Mabel, born at Beaminster, 



James Edward Phillips of Llanvihangel, co. Monmouth, J.P. and 
D.L. for the counties of Monmouth and Carmarthen, by Henrietta 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Captain Henry Charles Burnell-Jones, 
R.N., of Pant Glas, co. Carmarthen, and of Greenmeadow, co. 
Monmouth); born 26 December 1852; educated at Sherborne 
School ; Solicitor. ^ 

83 



CO. Dorset, 19 September 
1872, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beaminster ; marr. there on 
Thursday, 7 June 1906. 



I . 

Rev. John Leigh, born at Bardon, co. Somerset, on Friday, 20 I'cbruary, bapt. privately on 
Monday, 2 March, and received into the church at St. Decuman's, co. Somerset, on Wednesday, 
8 April 1789; died unmarried at St. John's, Newfoundland, 17 August 1823. Silhouettes in the 
possession of Robert Kennaway Leigh of Bardon, and Ernest Leigh of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
his great-nephew. 



Geoffrey Leigh of Bridgwater, = 
CO. Somerset; born at Bardon 
20 August, bapt. at St. 
Decuman's 10 October 1845; 
died at Bridgwater, co. 
Somerset, 1 5 November, 
bur. at Cannington, co. 
Somerset, 20 November 
1903. VVill dated 3 October 
1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
918, 1904) 12 July 1904, 
by Anne Gertrude Leigh, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



^Anne Gertrude, dau. of 
the Rev. John Robert 
Thomson, Rector of 
Morwenstowe, co. Corn- 
wall, by Emma his wife, 
dau. of Richard Cress- 
well ; bom at Havant, 
CO. Hants, 18 June 
1847 ; marr. at Great 
Torrington, co. Devon, 
30 October 1874. 



I I. 
Katharine St. Barbe, born at Bardon 

II December 1846, bapt. at St. 

Decuman's 16 January 1847. 



Joseph Ward Leigh, born at Knott 
Oak, Ilminster, co. Somerset, 18 
October 1851, bapt. at Ilminster, 
CO. Somerset; a Cadet on H.M.S. 
" Worcester " ; drowned off Erith, co. 
Kent, 28 February 1865. Memorial 
Tablet in St. Decuman's Church. 



Amy Gertrude, born at Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 26 April 
1876, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Ilfracombe; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Bridgwater, on Thursday, i June 1899, 
Edward Stanley Friend of St. Martin's, Guernsey (2nd 
son of Robert William Friend of Budleigh Salterton, 
CO. Devon); born 18 September 1870. 

1 



Robert Leigh, James Aubrey Leigh, Geoffrey Leigh, Evelyn Mary, 

bom at Bea- born at Beaminster born at Bea- born at Bea- 

minster, co. 13 January 1875; minster 27 April minster 25 

Dorset, 20 De- died 27 Febmary 1876, bapt. at June 1877, 

cember 1873, following, bur. in the St. Alary's, Bea- bapt. at St. 

bapt. at St. churchyard at Holy minster. Mary's, Bea- 

Mary's, Bea- Trinity, Beaminster. minster, 
minster. 



Henry Leigh, born at 
Beaminster 2 Decem- 
ber 1878; died 15 
January 1879, bur. 
in the churchyard 
at Holy Trinity, 
Beaminster. 



84 



Henry James Leigh of Taunton and=i=Anne Whitmash, dau. of 



of Corfe, both co. Somerset. 

{See page 8 1.) 



Thomas Waters of Bland- 
ford Forum, co. Dorset. 



Henrietta, born 23 January 
1813; died 17 .September, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
Corfe 22 September 1896. 
Admon was granted at 
Taunton 24 May 1897, to 
Susan Leigh, spinster, sister, 
and one of the next of kin. 



Henry Leigh, born 7 September 1815 ; 
a Student of the Middle Temple 20 
January 1S42, called to the Bar 
18 April 1845; appointed Revising 
Barrister for the Western Circuit 
1877; died unmarried at Sunny 
Brae, Woodside, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, aged 83, on Monday, 17 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Wimbledon 22 October 
1898. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 17 November 1898, 
to Susan Leigh, spinster, sister. 



Barbara, born 20 August 
18 19; died 18 May, 
bur. in the churchyard 
at Corfe 22 May 1896. 
Adfiion was granted at 
Taunton 24 May 1897, 
to Susan Leigh, spinster. 



Susan, bom 19 June 
r824; died at Wim- 
bledon 5 June, bur. 
in the churchyard at 
Corfe 9 June 1905. 
Will dated i October 
1 90 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 854, 1905) 14 
June 1905, by Ernest 
Leigh, nephew, the 
sole Exor. 



Rev. ^^'alter Leigh, born at Taunton= 
28 February 1826; of Pembroke 
College, 0.xford, and St. Mary's 
Hall, B.A. 1862; Rector of Meshaw, 
CO. Devon, 1884 until his death; 
died at the Rectory, Meshaw, aged 
65, on Tuesday, 14 April, bur. at 
Meshaw 21 April 1891. AdiSon 
was granted at Exeter 26 May 1891, 
to Emily Mary Leigh of the Rectory, 
Meshaw, the relict. 




^^;^^^e^<c 




=Emily Mary, eldest Other issue, 
dau. of Dr. Henry died in in- 
Hayman of Axmin- fancy, 
ster, CO. Devon, by 
Lydia bis wife, dau. 
of Edmund Empy ; born in 
London 31 July 1839, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at Stokenchurch, co. 
Oxford (by her brother, the Rev. 
Henry Hayman, assisted by her 
uncle, the Rev. William Edward 
Hayman), on Tuesday, 29 August 
1871. 



Ernest Leigh of 62= 
Alexandra Road, Wim- 
bledon ; born at 
Epping, CO. Essex, on 
Wednesday, 3 July, 
bapt. at Stokenchurch 
22 October 1872. 



=Charlotte Emmeline, dau. of 
Carl Lindemann of Tilsit, 
East Prussia, by Wilhelmina 
his wife, dau. of Andreas 
Buttgereit ; born at Tilsit 
I September 1869; marr. at 
Brighton 30 July 1903. 




Ethel, born 10 July 
1873, died 21 Sep- 
tember following, 
bur. at Theydon 
Garnon, co. Essex. 



Dora, born at St. 
Margaret's-at-Cliffe, 
near Dover, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 
4 September, bapt. 
there 29 September 
1875- 



Percy Leigh, born at 
Southampton 4 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. 
James', Southamp- 
ton, 13 February 
1877 ; died 24 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at White 
Ladies, Aston, co. 
Worcester, 3 March 



Marion Gisla, born 
at Southampton 13 
May, bapt. at St. 
James', Southamp- 
ton, 8 June 1878. 



Waiter Leigh, born at Wimbledon 
22 June 1905. 

85 



Charlotte, born at Wimbledon 
3 November 1907. 



Frederick Leigh of=f=Anna, dau. of Thomas 
Cullompton, co. Devon. Kennaway of Exeter, 
CO. Devon. 
{See page 83.) 



Major-General Robert Thomas Leigh of Ilfracombe,- 
CO. Devon; born at Cullompton 4 April 1822; 
entered the 7 th Native Infantry, Bengal Army, as 
Ensign 12 December 1840, Lieutenant 13 June 
1844, Captain 7 May 1854, Major Bengal Staff 
Corps 18 February 1861, Lieut.-Colonel 12 
December 1866, Colonel 12 December 187 1, Major- 
General 13 October 1877; sensed at Ferozeshah 
(Sutlej Campaign) 1845-46, and at Sumbulpore 
1857-58 (medals for Sutlej and Mutiny); died at 
his residence, Hill Cottage, Torrs Park, Ilfracombe, 
28 September, bur. in the churchyard at Ilfracombe 
7 October 1905. Will dated 6 June 1899, with 
codicil dated 22 June 1905, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1591, 1905) 12 December 1905, by Mary 
Leigh, spinster, daughter, one of the Executri.xes. 
Silhouette in the possession of Robert Kennaway 
Leigh of Bardon, co. Somerset, his son. 



(^. /. c^^.^^^ 



=Fanny Caroline, only dau. of Robert 
McMullin, Major Bengal Staff Corps, 
by Marie Louise Antoinette Lenferna 
de Lareste his wife \l'ortraits in oils in 
the possession of Robert Kennaway Leigh 
of Bardon, their grandson]; bom 25 
May 181 9; marr. at Loodianah, East 
Indies, 3 June 1848; died at Hill 
Cottage, Torrs Park, Ilfracombe, 17 
July, bur. in the churchyard at Ilfra- 
combe 21 July 1887. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 22 
September 1887, to Major-General 
Robert Thomas Leigh of Hill Cottage, 
Ilfracombe. A further adiiion was 
granted 26 March 1906, to Mary Leigh, 
spinster. Portrait in oils in the 
possession of Mrs. Adelaide Cotton of 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, her daughter, also 
a Silhouette in the possession of Robert 
Kennaway Leigh of Bardon, her son. 



I 
Mary, born at 
Loodianah 22 
February 1850. 



Robert Kennaway Leigh of=j=Edith Haynes, 5th dau. of Robert Haynes 



Bardon ; born at Umballah, 
East Indies, 7 October 1852, 
bapt. there; M. Inst. C.E. 




Lovell of Fremington, co. Devon, Major 
Haddington Militia, by Harriet his wife, dau. 
of Peter Inglis ; born at Fremington 28 Feb- 
ruary 1869; marr. at Barnstaple, co. Devon, 
on 'I'uesday, 18 October 1892. 



Edith Rose, born at Hong Kong, China, 
26 July, bapt. at St. John's Cathedral, 
Victoria, Hong Kong, 6 December 1893. 



Eva Mary, born at Hong Kong 9 .August, 
bapt. at St. John's Cathedral, Victoria, 
Hong Kong, 28 October 1894. 



86 



Frederick Leigh, born at CuUompton, co. Devon,= 
5 April 1823; died s.p. at Exmouth, co. Devon, 
13 ^lay, bur. in the churchyard at Littleham, co. 
Devon, 18 May 1899. Will dated 24 July 1888, 
proved at Exeter 5 July 1899, by Sarah Leigh, 
relict, the sole Executrix. Silhouette in the 
possession of Robert Kennaway Leigh of Bardon, 
CO. Somerset., his nephew. 



=Sarah, dau. of John Gibbins, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Baker; bom 17 
November 1834 ; marr. at St. Da\id's, 
Exeter, co. Devon, 13 April 1887. She 
marr. istly at Heavitree, co. Devon, 
20 September i860, Charles Holwell 
Davey, Captain Mercantile Marine, who 
died 24 October 1874. 



Frederick Arthur 
Leigh of Kapuni, 
Taranaki, New 
Zealand ; bom at 
Berhampore, East 
Indies, 28 May 
1854, bapt. there. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of 
Captain Edwin 

Dimmick, by Emily 
his wife, dau. of 
Charles Dimmick ; 
bom 7 April 1858 ; 
marr. at Christ- 
church, New Zea- 
land, 1 7 March 
1891; marr. istly 9 
April 1878, William 
Thomas Frost, who 
died 22 November 
1889. 



Charles Cotton of Ramsgate, co.=i=Adelaide, bom 



Kent (youngest son of Hugh 
Powell Cotton of Seaway, Cocking- 
ton, CO. Devon, by Eliza Mercy his 
wife, dau. of Frederick Silver of 
De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill, 
CO. Surrey) ; born 7 February 
1856; a Student at St. George's 
Hospital, London, F.R.C.P. Edin. 
1894, M. 1881, L. and L.M. 1879, 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1879; a Knight 
of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England ; Member British 
Medical Association, Member of 
the Council Kent Archaeological 
Society, Physician Seamen's 
Infirmary and General Hospital, 
Ramsgate, Admiralty Surgeon, 
Assistant Commissioner the St. John 
Ambulance Brigade ; Author of 
"History and Antiquities of the 
Church and Parish of St. Lawrence, 
Thanet," "The Bardon Papers," 

&C., &C. /f^ 



at Cuttack, East 
Indies, i January, 
bapt. there 6 
January 1858 ; 
Serviens of the 
Order of the Hos- 
pital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in 
England ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Ilfracombe, co. 
Devon, on Thurs- 
day, 18 October 
1883. 



! 
Fanny Caroline, 
born at Burwood, 
Christchurch, New 
Zealand, 25 April 
1892, bapt. at All 
Saints', Burwood. 



Frederick Robert 
Leigh, bom at 
Burwood, Christ- 
church, I March 
1894, bapt. at All 
Saints', Burwood. 



Adelaide Mary, 
bom at Burwood, 
Christchurch, 9 
July, bapt. at All 
Saints', Burwood, 
I September 1897. 

87 



Maud Elizabeth, 
born at New 
Brighton, New 
Zealand, 28 De- 
cember 1898, 
bapt. there the 
same day. 



Alice Eileen Anna, 
bom at New Brigh- 
ton 24 April, bapt. 
at All Saints', Bur- 
wood, in May 
1 90 1. 



Arthur William Leigh of Cullompton, co. Devon ;= 
born at Cullompton 12 October 1825; died 
there s.p. 14 February, bur. in the cemetery at 
Cullompton 17 February 1870. Adiiion was 
granted at Exeter 19 March 1870, to Ann 
Leigh of Cullompton, relict. Portrait in the 
possession of Mrs. Adelaide Cotton of Ramsgate, 
CO. Kent, his niece, and a Silhouette of him and 
his wife in tJie possession of Robert Kcnna'way 
Leigh of Bardon, co. Somerset, his nepheiv. 



=Ann, 4th dau. of Robert Leigh of Bardon ; 
born at Bardon 30 December 1833, bapt. at 
St. Decuman 's, co. Somerset, 25 February 
1834; marr. at St. Leonard's, Mount Rad- 
ford, Exeter, on Thursday, 14 February 1867; 
died s.p. at E,xeter 8 December, bur. in the 
cemetery at Cullompton 12 December 187 1. 

{See page So.) 



Henry John Leigh, born at Cul- 
lompton 23 P^ebruary 1827 ; died 
at Cullompton 27 April, bur. there 
2 May 1828. _ 

Augusta Maria, born at Cullompton 
7 June 1829; died at Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, 10 October, bur. in 
the churchyard at Littleham, co. 
Devon, 13 October 1906. \\'\\\ 
dated 13 June 1899, with codicil 
dated 9 August 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 163:, 1906) 14 De- 
cember 1906, by Charles Cotton 
and Robert Kennaway Leigh, 
nephew, two of the Exors. 
Silhouette in the possession of 
Robert Kennaway Leigh of 
Bardon, her nephew. 



Anna Rose, born at Cul- 
lompton II August 1830; 
died at Exmouth 27 July, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
Littleham 30 July 1906. 
Will dated 13 June 1899, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1225, 
1906) 17 September 1906, 
to Charles Cotton and 
Robert Kennaway Leigh, 
nephew, two of the Exors. 
Silhouette in the posses- 
sion of Robert Kennaway 
Leigh of Bardon, her 
nephCiV. 



Adelaide, born at Cullompton 
16 September 1832; died at 
Loodianah, East Indies, 10 
July 185 1. Silhouette in the 
possession of Robert Kennaway 
Leigh of Bardon, her nephew. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Cul- 
lompton 27 August 1834. 
SilJiouette in the possession of 
Robert Kennaway Leigh of 
Bardon, Jier nephew. 



^y^M^^'^^^, 



88 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Sable on a fesse engrailed between two roses 
argent three trefoils vert. 

Crest. — In front of a dexter arm embowed in 
armour the hand grasping a thunderbolt a torch 
fessewise enflamed on the dexter all proper. 

Motto. — Ohne rast zum ziel. 



abcl. 



Jolin Leopold Abel of Kennington,= 
CO. Surrey (son of Augustus 
Christian Andreas Abel, Court 
Miniature Painter to the Grand 
Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin) ; 
born at Ludwigslust, Germany, 
24 July 1795 ; died at 24 Victoria 
Road, Old Charlton, co. Kent, 
the residence of his son, Charles 
Denton Abel, in his 77th year, 
on Friday, 6 October, bur. in the 
cemetery at Charlton 12 October 
1 87 1. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 26 October 
187 1, to Charles Denton Abel 
and Frederick Augustus Abel of 
the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, co. 
Kent, sons, two of the next of kin. 



^Louisa, dau. of 
Martin Hopkins 
of Walworth, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at 
St. Mary Newing- 
ton, CO. Surrey, 
12 June 1824; 
died 8 March 
1864, bur. in 
Highgate Ceme- 
tery, London. 



Charles Loudon Bloxam (son of William=j=Frederica Louisa, born 29 November 1825 ; 



Bloxam, M.D., of Duke Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London) ; born at Meriden, co. War- 
wick, 23 March 1831 ; Professor of Chemistry 
at King's College, London ; died at 16 
Endsleigh Gardens, London, 26 November 
1887, bur. in Charlton Cemetery. 



■k 



marr. at St. Mary's, Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
17 July 1856; died at 16 Bolingbroke Road, 
West Kensington, London, aged 77, on 
Wednesday, 20 November 1901, bur. in 
Charlton Cemetery. 



Sir Frederick Augustus Abel, Baronet, G.C.V.O., K.C.B. ; born 17 July= 
1827 ; Professor of Chemistry at Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 
1851-54, Chemist to War Department 1S54-88, President of Special 
Committee on Explosives 1 88 1-89, and 1899, Vice-President Society of 
Arts 1884-91, Chairman of Council 1885-87, Vice-President Royal 
Institution 1889-90, and 1896-97; Hon. Secretary to Imperial Institute 
1891, President of Society of Chemical Industry 18S2-83, of Chemical 
Society of Institute of Chemistry, of British Association, of Institute of 
Electrical Engineers, and of Iron and Steel Institute 1891-93, awarded 
the Bessemer medal by that body 1897 ; elected a Fellow of the Royal 
Society 1880, awarded a Royal medal by that body in 1887, Member of 
the Goldsmiths' Company; Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1883, Hon. D.Sc. 
Cambridge 1888, Rede Lecturer to Cambridge University; a Knight 
of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England, and the Order of the Rose of Brazil; C.B. 1877, knighted at 
Osborne 20 April 1883, K.C.B. 1891, G.C.V.O. 8 March 1901, created 
a Baronet 1893; marr. istly at Westminster 16 December 1854, S.irah 
Selina, dau. of James Blanch of Bristol, co. Gloucester ; died at Hythe, 
CO. Kent. He died at 2 Whitehall Court, London, aged 75, on Saturday, 
6 September, and was bur. under the church in Nunhead Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 11 September 1902. M.I. Will dated 3 July 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 1902) 3 December 1902, by Arthur George 
Bloxam, nephew, and George Laurie Makeson, the Exors. 

89 



=Giulietta Grisi, dau. 
of James Thomas 
de la Feuillade of 
Blackheath, co. 
Kent, by Sarah 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Hood; 
horn 15 June 1852 ; 
marr. at St. (iiles'- 
in-the-Fields, Lon- 
don, 31 December 
1888; died at 40 
Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 7 April 1892, 
bur. in Nunhead 
(Jemetery. M. I. 
2nd wife. 



I 

James Greyhurst 
Abel, born 9 starch 
1830; died in 1846, 
bur. at Hong Kong. 



Charles Denton Abel of Blackheath,= 
CO. Kent; born 18 March 1831; 
a Civil Engineer; died, aged 75, 
27 August 1906, bur. at Charlton, 
CO. Kent. Will dated 2 May 1900, 
proved in the Principal Registry 
18 September 1906, by Herbert 
Pantin, son-in-law, one of the 
Exors. 



=Friederika Wilhclmina Augusta 
Magdalena Charlotte, daughter 
of Rudolph August Eberhard of 
Ludwigslust, Mecklenburg Schwerin, 
Germany ; born at Ludwigslust 
1 7 February 1 838 ; marr. 4 August 
1857 ; died at East Coonibe Villas, 
Blackheath on Saturday, 27 June 
1896. 



III. 
Edith Elizabeth, born 

2 September 1858; died 

in August 1859. 

Alice Augusta, born 
26 October 1859. 

Frederica Louisa, born 
15 December i860. 



Thomas Macfadyen= 
Tolputt of 32 Ham- 
merton Road, Bromley, 
CO. Kent (son of Henry 
Tolputt of Manchester, 
by Isabella his wife, 
dau. of Dr. Merie) ; 
bom at Manchester 23 
July 1866. 



=Charlotte Sarah, born 
at Camden Town, co. 
Middlesex, 27 De- 
cember 1862, bapt. at 
St. John's, Camden 
Town ; marr. at .St. 
James', Kidbrooke, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 
I June 1S95. 



Frederick John 
Abel, bom 27 
November 1864 ; 
died 7 March 
1874. 



Herbert Pantin of 72=j=Emilie Johanna, 



Shooter's Hill Road, 
Blackheath (youngest 
son of William Pantin 
of 12 St. John's Park, 
Blackheath) ; born at 
Blackheath 16 De- 
cember 1865. 



born at Camden 
Town 31 March 
1867 ; marr. at 
St. Sepulchre's, 
Holborn, Lon- 
don, 17 July 
1894. 



Charles Astley Abel, 
born 16 April 1869 ; 
died r i January 
■875- 



Charles Denton Abel, born 
16 January, died 12 February 
187 I. 



Francis Otto 
March 1872 ; 



Abel, 
died 



1874, 
Kent. 



born I o 
18 June 



bur. at Margate, co. 



A 



90 



John Sangster Abel=f=Genoveva, dau. of Frederick Field of Lambeth, =j=Augusta Annie, bofti 



of Coquimbo, Chile, 
South America ; born 
II September 1832 ; 
died in 187 1, bur. at 
Tongay, Chile. 



Recabarren of Val- co. Surrey, formerly of Cal 

paraiso, Chile; marr. dera, Chile (son of Charles 

at Forgo in June Field of Lambeth and of 

1865 ; died in 1876. Norwood, co. Surrey, by 

Mary his wife, dau. of 

John Kingsford) ; bom at 

Norwood 2 August 1826. 



A 



at Kennington, co. 
Surrey, 4 August 
1834, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Kennington; 
marr. there on 
Saturday, 30 April 
1853- 



Louisa Isabel 

Aspasia, bom 
2 2 June 1866. 



George Lavvrie Mackeson= 
of Hythe, co. Kent (son of 
Henry Bean Mackeson of 
Hythe, by Annie Adair his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. James 
Lawrie) ; born at Hythe 19 
November 1865, bapt. there. 



=Carlota Geno- 
veva, born 1 7 
August 1867 ; 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 
29 April 1893. 



Juan Carlos= 
Abel of New 
York, U.S.A.; 
born 22 De- 
cember 1868. 



=Anna Augusta 
Elise, dau. of the 
Rev. E. Grie- 
penkeri of Olden- 
burgh, Germany ; 
marr. 1 7 April 
1890. 



Charles Leopold 
Abel, born 1 2 
October 1891. 



Frederick Victor Wilgress Abel, 
born 7 December 1893 ; died 
27 June 1894. 



9T 



^cnnj)* 



Arms. — Sable six fleur-de-lis argent three two and one. 
Crest. — A demi-lion rampant argent collared sable. 

Thomas Penny of Edge Hill, Liveipool (2nd son of Peter Penny of 
Nether Knutsford, co. Chester, afterwards of Liverpool, by Mary 
I'imlow his wife); born 12 October, bapt. 12 November 1770; marr. 
Esther Brennand of Prestwich, co. I^ncaster, who died at Edge Hill, 
near Liverpool, aged 76, on Thursday, 11 April 1850. He died at 
Liverpool 5 June 1838. Will dated 11 April 1836, proved (P.C.C. 548 
Nicholl) 13 August 1838, by the Rev. Edward IVnny, son, Esther 
Penny, relict, John Goad Swainson and Richard Brennand, the Exors. 



Rebecca, born 
2 November, 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 3oNovem- 
Ijer 1800 ; died 
unmarried at 
Stratford House, 
Upper Syden- 
ham, CO. Kent, 
in her 75th 
year, on Sunday, 
22 November 

1874, bur. at 
Great Monge- 
ham, CO. Kent. 
Adiiion was 
granted at the 
Principal Regis- 
try 1 1 January 

1875, to Ann 
Pimlow Zwil- 
chenbart,wifcof 
Rodolph Zwil- 
chenbart, sister 
and one of the 
next of kin. 



Ed ward Penny, born 
4 July, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 29 August 
1802 ; died young. 



Peter Penny, born 
7 July, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 28 October 
1804; Ensign 7th 
Madras Native In- 
fantry 1826, Lieu- 
tenant 1 8 28,Captain 
1 84 1, retired 1849; 
died unmarried at 
Prospect House, 
Clifton Hill, co. 
Gloucester, 18 Feb- 
ruary 1876. Admin- 
istration was granted 
at Bristol 31 May 
1876, to Anne Pim- 
low Zwilchenbart, 
wife of Rodolph 
Zwilchenbart of 
Dudlow Grange, 
Wavertree, Liver- 
pool, sister and ne.xt 
of kin. 



Rev. Edward Penny, born in= 
the parish of St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 8 November 1808, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
II January 1809; educated 
at Merchant Taylors' School 
and St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 June 1827, 
B.A. (3rd-class Lit. Hum.) 
1831, M.A. 1S35 ; Rector of 
St. Andrew's, with St. Mary 
Bredman's, Canterbury, 1841, 
Perpetual Curate of Ash-next- 
Sandwich, co. Kent, 1842, 
Rector of Great Mongeham, 
CO. Kent, 1849, one of the 
Six Preachers in Canterbury 
Cathedral 1843, Hon. Canon 
of Canterbury 1866; died at 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 24 No- 
vember 1869, bur. in the 
churchyard at Great Mongeham. 
M.L there, also in Canterbury 
Cathedral. Will dated 20 May 
1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 50, 70) 
5 January 1870, by Emma Penny 
of Great Mongeham Rectory, 
relict, the sole Executri.x. 



=Emma, only child of 
William Sprakeling of 
Charlton, Dover, co. 
Kent, by Marianne 
his wife, dau. of 
Major Brook ; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
15 May 1841 ; died 
at Purbeck House, 
Clarence Parade, 
Southsea, co. Hants, 
15 March 1886. Will 
dated 21 April 1882, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 29 May 
1883 and 28 Septem- 
ber 1 885, proved ( Prin. 
Reg., 360, 86) 1 7 April 
1886, by 'I'homas 
Henry Neal of 8 Old 
Jewry, London, and 
Francis Drummond 
Hay RinglerThomson 
of Princes Street, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, the Exors. 



Thomas Carisbrooke Penny, bapt. 
at St. Mary Bredman's, Canterbury, 
17 April 1842 ; Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery; died unmarried at Little 
Dartmouth, co. Devon, aged 40, 
on Sunday, 10 September 1882, 
bur. at Townstall, co. Devon. 
Will dated 19 May 1882, proved 
at Exeter 3 October 1882, by 
John Browse Oldreive of Little 
Dartmouth, gent., the sole Exor. 



Rev. Edward William Penny, born at Ash-next-Sandwich 
17 July, bapt. there 6 August 1843; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 25 June 1862, B.A. 
(2nd-class Mods., 2nd-class Lit. Hum.) 1866, Scholar 
1867-70, M.A. 1870 ; Vicar of Dcrsingham, co. 
Norfolk, 1875 to 1901 ; died at 4 Richmond Terrace, 
Netley Road, Southsea, co. Hants, aged 65, on Friday, 
5 March, bur. in Eastney Cemetery, Portsmouth, co. 
Hants, 8 March 1909. Will dated 8 November 1889, 
proved in the Principal Registry 15 April 1909, by the 
Rev. Fraser Hislop Penny, the sole Exor. 



92 



Anne Pinilow, born 23 March, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
3 April 1810; marr. at Great Mongeham, co. Kent, on Thursday, 
6 May 1852, as his 3rd wife, Rodolph Zvvilchenbart of Dudlow 
Grange, Wavertree, Liverpool. She died s.p. at 15 Princes Square, 
London, in her 97th year, 6 December, and was bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 11 December 1906. Will dated 30 June 
1905, with codicil dated 12 October 1906, proved in the Principal 
Registry 15 January 1907, by the Rev. Fraser Hislop Penny, 
nephew, and Francis Drummond Hay Ringler Thomson, the Exors. 



Thomas Penny, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
28 March 1815; edu- 
cated at Merchant 
Taylors' School and at 
St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 
June 1831, Scholar of 
St. John's College 1831 ; 
drowned at Oxford 29 
May 1832, bur. in St. 
Giles' Churchyard, Ox- 
ford. M.L 



Rev. Fraser Hislop Penny of 1 1 Banbury= 
Road, St. Giles', Oxford; born 27 August, 
bapt. at Ash-next-Sandwich, co. Kent, 
6 October 1844; of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 January 1875, B.A. 
(3rd-class Theology) 1878, M.A. 1881 ; 
Curate of St. Giles', Oxford, 1878-90, 
Chaplain of Lincoln College, Oxford, 
1894-99. 



=Alice, youngest dau, of the Rev. Samuel Joseph 
Hulme, Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, co. 
Gloucester, by Jane his wife, dau. of Dr. Tanner ; 
born at i *Park Villas, Oxford, on Thursday, 
18 December 1862; marr. at St. Giles', Oxford, 
20 June 1887; died at Banbury Road, Oxford, 25 
October, bur. in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford, 29 
October 1888. 



Thomas Edward P'raser Penny, bom at Banbury Road, St. Giles', 
Oxford, 10 October, bapt. at St. Giles', Oxford, in November 1888; 
educated at Rugby and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
2nd Lieutenant King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 6 February 
1909. 



John \MlIiam Francis Harvey (only son of John Francis Harvey,=j=Elizabeth Edwards Lavington, 

Captain 9th Foot, by Mary Jane Wollen his wife, and grandson 

of Admiral Sir Edward Harvey of Walmer, co. Kent, G.C.B.) ; 

born at Fort William, Calcutta, India, 31 December 1842; 

entered the Royal Navy in 1856, served as Midshipman on the 

"Furious," in the China War 1857-58 ^China medal with two 

clasps), landed with the Naval Brigade at capture of the Taku 

forts ; actively engaged, as Sub-Lieutenant of the " Gorgon," in 

the suppression of the slave trade in the Mozambique Channel 

in 1861-62; Lieutenant 8 April 1863, retired as Commander 

I October 1873 ; died at 8 Queen's Terrace, Southsea, co. 

Hants, aged 52, on Monday, 25 November 1895, bur. in 

Eastney Cemetery, Portsmouth, co. Hants. /t\ 



born at Ash-next-Sandwich 
2 May, bapt. there 1 1 June 
1846; marr. at Great Monge- 
ham (by her father) on 
Saturday, 3 August 1867 ; 
died at 8 Queen's Ter- 
race, Southsea, 3 December, 
bur. in Eastney Cemetery, 
Portsmouth, 6 December 
1901. 




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JFevart). 



Daniel Ferard of 4 Queen Square, Westminster 
(eldest son of John Ferard, a Director of tiie 
l-rench Hospital, by Catherine Deverel his 
2nd wife); born 4 August 17S8; died at 
Totnes, co. Devcjn, on Wednesday, 21 August 
1839, bur. there. Will dated 28 February 1838, 
with codicil dated 20 August 1839, proved 
(I'.C.C. 685 Vait}^/uin) 28 November 1839, by 
Ilarvey liowen Jones, Elizabeth Ferard, relict, 
and John Ferard, brother, three of the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, only dau. of Isaac Clementson 
of Adelphi Terrace, London ; marr. at 
St. Martin's-in-the- Fields, Westminster, 
on Thursday, 21 June 1821 ; died at 
25 Jilonifield Road, Maida Hill, co. 
Middlesex, on Sunday, 29 June 1856. 
Will dated 15 January 1856, proved 
(I'.C.C. 550, 56) 29 July 1856, l)y Bingham 
Arthur Ferard, son, one of the Exors. 



I 
Charles Cotton Ferard of Ascot Place,: 

CO. Berks ; born in Powis Place, 

London, on Tuesday, 14 January 1823 ; 

educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 

Cambridge, B.A. (Senior Optime) 1845, 

M.A. 1848; a Student of the Inner 

Temple 21 January 1845, Barrister-at-Law 

17 November 1848; J. P. for co. Berks, 

Lord of the Manor of Winkfield, co. Berks ; 

died suddenly at Ascot Place, in his 64th 

year, on Sunday, 5 December i886, bur. at 

Winkfield. Will dated 9 January i88o, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 117, 87) 23 February 

1887, by Charles Agace Ferard and Arthur 

George Ferard, both of Ascot Place, sons, 

two of the Exors. 



:Emily Jane, 2nd dau. of the Very Rev. Thomas 
Dale, D.D., Dean of Rochester, by Emily Jane 
his wife, dau. of James Mallcott Richardson ; 
born I July, bapt. at Beckenham, co. Kent, 30 
August 1827; marr. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, 
London (by the Rev. Thomas Pelham Dale, 
Rector of St. Vedast's, F'oster Lane, London), 
on Tuesday, 28 January 1851 ; died at 5 Shorn- 
cliffe Road, F'olkestone, co. Kent, on F'riday, 
8 September, bur. at \\'inkfield on Tuesday, 12 
September 1899. Will dated 7 November 1889, 
with codicil dated 6 February 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1086, 99) 29 September 1899, by 
Arthur George Ferard and John Edward 
Ferard, sons, the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Dale, Vol. 14, page 44.) 



Charles Agace Ferard= 
of Winkfield Manor, 
Ascot ; born at Ascot 
Place on Wednesday, 
29 October 1851, 
bapt. at Winkfield ; 
educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 17 
October 1870, B.A. 
(3rd-class Mods., 
3 Jur.) 1874, M.A. 
1877; called to the 
Bar at the Inner 
Temple 10 May 1876, 
and joined the Ox- 
ford Circuit; J. P. and 
County Alderman for 
CO. Berks. 



=Evelyn Frances, Sir Walter Armstrong of Ceanchor=p=Emily Rose, 
2nd dau. of House, Howth, co. Dublin (son of born at Ascot 
Vesey Weston Walter Armstrong of 35 Ennismore Place on Mon- 
Holt of 63 Gardens, Knightsbridge, London, by day, 22 No- 
Warwick Square, Mary his wife, dau. of John Graham vember 1852 
London ; marr. of Canonbie, co. Dumfries) ; born at bapt. at Wink- 
at the parish Hawick, co. Roxburgh, 7 February field ; marr. at 
church. Putney, 1850; educated at Harrow and at Hove, co. Sus- 
co. Surrey, on Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated sex (by the 
Thursday, I Sep- 2 June 1868, B.A. 1873; ■'^f' Critic Rev. Thomas 
tember 1887. on staffs of "Pall Mall Gazette" and Pelham Dale), 
"St. James' Gazette" 1880-92; Hon. on Wednesday, 
Member of the Royal Hibernian 11 June 1873. 
Academy, Director of the National 
(}alleryof Ireland since 1892; knighted 
at the Viceregal Lodge, Dublin, 26 
June 1899; J. P. for co. Dublin; 
Author of "Life of Alfred Stevens," 
" Life of Peter de Wint," " Life of 
Thomas Gainsborough," " Life of 
Velasquez," " Notes on the National 
Gallery" and "Scottish Painters"; 
co-Editor of "Bryan's Dictionary 
of Painters," " Gainsborough and 
his Place in Engli.sh Art," 1898, 
"Sir Joshua Reynolds," 1900, 
"J. M. W. Turner," 1901, and 
"Sir Henry Raeburn," 1901, &c. /(\ 



94 



Elizabeth Catherine, bom at 
Powis Place, London, on 
Tuesday, 22 February 1825 ; 
foundress of the London 
Diocesan Deaconess Institu- 
tion ; a Deaconess of the 
dioceses of London and Win- 
chester ; died at 16 Fitzroy 
Square, London, aged 58, 
on Thursday, 19 April 1883, 
bur. at Winkfield, co. Berks. 
Will dated 19 November 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 
8 1 2, 83) 4 October 1883, 
by Charles Cotton Ferard 
of Ascot Place, co. Berks, 
brother, and Charles Dobson 
of Broome Park, Betchworth, 
CO. Surrey, the Exors. 



Bingham Arthur Ferard, bom^ 
on Wednesday, 26 August 1829; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1848, C.A. 1852, M.A. 1855; 
called to the Bar 28 January 
1856; sometime of Napier, New 
Zealand ; died at 67 Pevensey 
Road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, 26 March 
1898, bur. in St. John's Church- 
yard, Woking, CO. Surrey. Will 
dated 22 May 1896, with three 
codicils dated 19 December 1897, 
13 February 1898 and 17 March 
1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 552, 98) 
r I May i S98, by Charles Agace 
Ferard and John Edmund Bentley, 
the Exors. 



=Theodosia Elizabeth Helen, 
youngest dau. of James 
Wilson of 14 Highbury 
Terrace, co. Middlesex, by 
Charlotte Selina his wife, 
dau. of John Skull of White 
Lion Street, Clerkenwell, co. 
Middlesex ; born in 1828 ; 
married at Napier, New 
Zealand, on Saturday, 28 
December 1867 ; died at 
Pevensey Road, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, on Saturday, 28 
January 1899, bur. in St. 
John's Churchyard, Woking. 
Adinon (with will dated 
6 March 1897) was granted 
at the Principal Registry 22 
February 1899, to Beatrice 
Ferard, spinster, daughter. 



Godfrey Lake Hildebrand of Lake=j=Mabel, bom at Napier, New Zea- 
Co., California, U.S.A. (eldest son of 
Lieut-Colonel Godfrey Hildebrand, 
R.E.) ; born in India i August 1868. 



A\ 



land, on Thursday, 31 December 
1868, bapt. there; marr. at St. 
John's, Upper St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
on Thursday, 18 July 1895. 



Beatrice, born at 
Napier, New 

Zealand, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1870, bapt. 
there. 



I 
Catherine Mary, 
bom at Ascot 
Place on Wednes- 
day, 4 January 
1854, bapt. at 
Winkfield. 



Rev. William Henry Silvester Davies (6th son=j=Elizabeth Ann, born at 



of John Speed Davies of Yardleys, Waltham 
Abbey, co. Essex, by Isabella Anne his wife, 
dau. of Nathaniel Huson, Barrister-at-Law) ; 
born at Yardleys 13 June, bapt. at Chingford, 
CO. Essex, 5 September 1845 ; educated at 
Rugby and at Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 October 1867, B.A. 187 r, M.A. 
1874 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, Gloucester, 1883-94, 
and of Horsley, co. Gloucester, 1894-1905. 



Ascot Place on Tuesday, 
20 March 1855, bapt. at 
Winkfield ; married at St. 
Mary's, Winkfield (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Lawford 
William Torriano Dale, 
assisted by the Rev. John 
Silvester Davies), on Tues- 
day, 7 January 1890. 



A 



Margaret Helen, 
born at Ascot 
Place on Wednes- 
day, 19 March 
r856, bapt. at 
Winkfield. 



Arthur George Ferard, born at=pSarah Margaret, eldest dau. of William 
Ascot Place on Thursday, 6 May ' ' - ^ . 

1858, bapt. at Winkfield ; of Univer- 
sity College, Oxford, matriculated 
20 January 1877, B.A. (2nd-class 
Mods., 3 Jur.) 1880, M.A. 1884; 
of Lincoln's Inn 1878 ; Principal 
Clerk in the Secretary's Office of 
the General Post Office, London, 
since 1905. 



Miller of 55 Lancaster Gate, London, 
and of Halifax, Nova Scotia, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William 
Saltonstall of Chicago, U.S.A. ; bom 
28 January 1840 ; marr. at St. 
Matthew's, Bayswater, London, on 
Saturday, r9 October 1895. 




9-t^At 



Agnes Bourdon, born at 38 
Montagu Square, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Sunday, 
1 1 October 1 896, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London. 



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Henry Cecil Ferard, CLE. ; born al Ascot Place, co. Berks,= 
on Monday, 25 July 1864, bapt. at Winklield, co. Berks; 
educated at Eton and at University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1883, B.A. 1903 ; entered the Bengal 
Civil Service 1885, Joint Magistrate North-West Provinces 
1893-96, Deputy Commissioner 1896, Magistrate and Col- 
lector, Saharanpur, 1907, Banda, Allahabad, 1898; decorated 
for services in the Indian Famine 1897-98, nominated CLE. 
I January 1898. 



=Ida Margaret, dau. of Joseph 
Deas, Officiating District and 
Sessions Judge, Mirzaporc, 
North-West Provinces, India, 
by Annie Hodge his wife, dau. 
of Stephen Harvey James ; 
born at Fyxabad, India, 6 June 
1875 ; marr. at Mir/.apore on 
Saturday, 10 March 1894. 



Cecil Leonard Ferard, 
born at Banda, North- 
West Provinces, India, 
on Sunday, 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1894, bapt. there. ' 



George Deas Ferard, 
born at Naini Tal, 
India, on Saturday, 
27 June 1896, bapt. 
there. 



Margaret Levoy, born at 
80 Woodstock Road, Ox- 
ford, on Friday, 23 January, 
bapt. at Oxford 10 March 
1903. 



Janet Ida, born at 
Naini Tal lo Sep- 
tember 1 905, bapt. 
there. 



I 
Reginald Herbert Ferard= 
of 4 Moorland Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick ; 
born at Ascot Place on 
Thursday, 21 June 1866, 
baptised at Winkfield ; 
educated at Eton and at 
Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 October 
1885, Scholar 1884, B.A. 
1889 (ist-class Classical 
Mods. 1887, 2nd-class 
Classics 1889), M.A. 1892; 
Tutor, Keble College, Ox- 
ford, 1893-1905; H.M. 
Inspector of Secondary 
Schools, Board of Educa- 
tion, since April 1905. 



=Mary Catherine, 2nd 
dau. of Colonel 
Eugfene Impey, 

CLE., Bengal Staff 
Corps, by Isabella 
Catherine his wife, 
daughter of Lieut.- 
(ieneral Sir George 
Lawrence, K. C.S.I. , 
CB. ; born at Mount 
Aboo, Rajputana, 
India, 22 March 
1867, bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Cross, 
Holywell, Oxford, 
on Tuesday, 1 7 
September 1901. 



John Edward Ferard of 
2 1 Sumner Place, South 
Kensington, London ; 
born at Vevey, Switzer- 
land, on Friday, 22 
January, bapt. at Ouchy, 
Switzerland, 26 February 
1 86g ; educated at Eton 
and at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 
October 1887, Demy 
1887, B.A. 1892 (ist- 
class Classical Mods. 
1889, 2nd-class Classics 
1891); appointed Assis- 
tant Secretary, Political 
Department of India 
Office, April 1907. 



Lavinia Louisa, 
born at 48 
Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, 
London, on Fri- 
day, 22 July 
1870. 



Richard Lawrence Ferard, born 
at I Bradmore Road, Oxford, 
on Saturday, 16 August 1902, 
bapt. at St. Cross, Holywell, 
Oxford. 



Kathleen Mary, born at 
I Bradmore Road, Oxford, 
on Thursday, 4 August 
1904, bapt. at St. Cross, 
Holywell, Oxford. 



Lorna Adeline, born at 4 Moor- 
land Road, Edgbaston, on 
Thursday, 29 November 1906, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, Edgbaston. 




96 




iSa^elj, formerlj) of Bobtr, 
CO. l^tnt 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules on a chevron or between three 
battle-axes erect argent the staff or as 
many barrulets wa^'y azure. 

Crest. — An eagle rising or in the beak 
an annulet sable. 

Motto. — Pur sue. 



Elizabeth, dau. of= 
Thomas Biggs of 
Ma.xton Manor 
and of Kearsney 
Court, CO. Kent ; 
bom 20 August 
1767; marr. at 
Hougham, co. 
Kent, 19 August 
1794; died at the 
Hotwells, Bristol, 
CO. Gloucester, 
aged 27, on Sun- 
day, 1 2 J uly, bur. 
at St. James', 
Dover, co. Kent, 
22 July 1795. 
I St wife. 



Rear-Admiral John Bazely= 
of Dover (eldest son of 
Admiral John Bazely of 
Dover [Miniature at 
Amber ley, in tlie possession 
of Mrs. John Bazefy], by 
Amelia his wife, dau. of 
Captain Gervase Wad- 
dington); born at Dover, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
24 July 1767; entered the 
Royal Navy 18 July 1 780 as 
Midshipman on " Apollo," 
3rd Lieutenant of " Royal 
George " in the battle of 

I June 1794, Post-Captain 

II November 1794, Cap- 
tain of " Prince of Wales " 
in the action of L'Orient 
23 June 1795, joined 
the "Overyssel" as Flag- 
Captain to Admiral Peyton 
in 1797, and assisted in 
the capture of the Dutch 

fleet in the Texel August 1799, and continued in that vessel until the Peace of 
Amiens 27 March 1802 ; afterwards commanded the Sea Fencibles from the mouth 
of the Humber to the river Ouze ; retired 9 July 1814; Freeman of Dover by 
patrimony 5 September 1788; died, aged 60, 21 March, bur. in the family vault 
at St. Marj-'s, Dover, 28 March 1828. M.I., also Mural Tablet in St. James', 
Dover. Adirion (with will dated 14 May 1824) was granted (P.C.C. 333 Sutton) 
3 June 1828, to Harriett Bazely, relict. Portrait at ij Bruton Street, Berkeley 
Square, I^ndon, in tJie possession of \George\ Henry Boothby Bazely, his great- 
grandson ; also a Miniature at Granville House, in the possession of Airs. Bazely. 




Signature to a letter dated from the " Hind," Spithead, 4 May 1797. 



^Harriett, dau. of 
John and Eliza- 
beth Baker, sister 
to Admiral John 
Baker and Sir 
Thomas Baker, 
K.C.B. ; bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Deal, CO. Kent, 
30 July 1770; 
marr. at Deal 
8 May 1800 ; 
died at Dover 3 
April, bur. in the 
family vault at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 
10 April 1835. 
M.I., also Mural 
Tablet in St. 
James', Dover. 
Adinon granted 
(P.C.C.) 18 May 
1835, to John 
Bazely, son. 2nd 
wife. 



John Bazely, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 18 February 1 80 1 ; entered the Royal Nav)- 13 June 181 7, 

Lieutenant 12 January 1824, of H.M.S. " Rarailies " 
March 1828; died at Dover, aged 34, on Thursday, 
8 October 1835, bur. in the family vault at St. Marj-'s, 
Dover. M.L, also Mural Tablet in St. James', Dover. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 7 November 1835, to the 
Rev. Charles Henry Baker Bazely, brother. 




Signature from afl^davit made 5 May 1835. 



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Facsimile of a Miniature Portrait of Adiniral 
John Bazely ; baptised at St. Marys, Dover, i£ March 
1740 ; died at Dover 2 April iSog; in the possession 
of Mrs. John Bazely at Amber ley, co. Stissex. At the 
back of the Miniature is a plait of brown hair, over 
which are the initials J. D. in seed pearls. 



I 




Fac-shnile of a Miniature Portrait of Rear-Admiral 
John Baze/y ; baptised at St. Marys, Dover, 2^ July 
zydy ; died 21 March 1828 ; in the possession of Mrs. 
Baze/y of Granville House, Granville Place, Portman 
Square, London. At the back of the Miniature is a plait 
of brown hair. 



^reston. 



Arms. — Argent two bars gules on a canton of the last a cinquefoil or. 
Crest. — On a chapeau gules turned up ermine a wolf or. 
AUtlo. — Si Dieu vieult. 



Henry John Preston of Bloomsbury Square, London=f 
(son of lohn Preston, by Ann Sackett his wife) ; 
bom at Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, 8 December 1791 ; 
admitted to Livery of the Worshipful Company of 
Carpenters 1818; died at 43 Bloomsbury Square, 1 
London, in his 60th year, on Wednesday, 29 January, 
bur. in Bunhill Fields, London, 4 February 185 1. 
Will dated 13 August 1845, with codicil dated 
25 July 1849, proved (P.C.C. 410, 51) 8 May 
1851, by Joseph Chamberlain, and Joseph Thomas 
Preston and Stanton William Preston, sons, the 
Exors. 



'Sarah Susannah, daughter of Jo.seph 
Chamberlain, by Sarah Strutt his wife ; 
marr. at St. Lawrence Jewry, London, 
7 December 181 5 ; died at 35 Compton 
Terrace, Islington, co. Middlesex, aged 
74, on Saturday, 9 October, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 16 October 
1858. Will dated 21 March 1851, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 785, 58), 12 Decem- 
ber 1858, by Henry John Preston and 
Joseph Thomas Preston, sons, the Exors. 



bapt. 30 October 181 7 ; admitted to the Freedom of the 



Henry John Preston, born in the Strand, London, 4 October,^Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 

^ " ' Bromley ; marr. at Little Port- 

land Street Chapel, Regent 
Street, London, on Saturday, 
28 November 1846; died at 
Bocking 12 April 1875, bur. 
at Gosfield, co. Essex. 



Carpenters' Company 2 June 1840, to Livery 7 July 1840; 
died at Bocking Bridge, co. Essex, in his 58th year, on 
Saturday, 12 June, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 
16 June 1875. Will dated 8 October 1855, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 824, 75) 30 October 1875, by Elizabeth Preston, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



Joseph Classon Preston of 43 Heathhurst= 
Road, Hanipstead, co. Middlesex ; born at 
94 Smithfield Bars, London, 14 February 1844, 
bapt. there privately ; educated at University 
College School, of which he was Captain on 
leaving ; admitted to the Freedom and Livery 
of the Carpenters' Company 7 March 1865, 
Junior Warden 7 March 1895, Middle Warden 
1896, Senior Warden 1897, Master 1898. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of George Thomas Horrell 
of 52 Highbury New Park, co. Middlesex, 
Past Master of the Painters' and Stainers' 
Company, by Helena his wife, dau. of Henry 
Harding ; born at Magdalen Street, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, 30 June 1843; marr. at Unity 
Church, Upper Street, Islington, on Tuesday, 
21 June 1870. 



Herbert Classon Preston= 
of 7 Harvard Court, 
Honeybourne Road, Kil- 
burn, CO. Middlesex; born 
at 28 Aberdeen Park 
Road, Highbury, London, 
on Saturday, 30 August 
187 3, bapt. there privately; 
educated at University 
College School, of which 
he was Captain on leav- 
ing ; admitted to the 
Freedom and Livery of 
the Carpenters' Company 
2 October 1894. 



=Lillian Annie, eldest dau. 
of Thomas Vauder Horst 
Selfe of Thistleboon, 
Spring Grove, Isleworth, 
CO. Middlesex, by Annie 
his wife, dau. of Richard 
Binning ; bom 24 De- 
cember 1871, bapt. at 
St. John's, Hampstead ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Isle- 
worth, on Saturday, 20 
June 1903. 



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Arthur Hugh Punnett= 
of 6 Willow Road, 
Hampstead (youngest 
son of John Trefusis 
Punnett of Hamp- 
stead, by Louisa his 
wife, dau. of Charles 
Bulpett) ; born 13 
June 1872, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Forest 
Hill, CO. Kent. 



I 
=Eva Mary, born 
at 55 Petherton 
Road, Highbury, 
on Sunday, 22 
June 1879; marr. 
at the Unitarian 
Church, Rosslyn 
Hill, Hampstead, 
on Saturday, 8 
October 1904. 



A 



Joseph Thomas Preston, born in the Strand, Ix)ndon, 21 May,^ 
bapt. 17 June 1819; admitted to the Freedom of the Carpenters' 
Company 2 June 1840, to Livery 7 July 1840, Junior Warden 
1870, Middle Warden 1S71, Senior Warden 1872, Master 1873; 
died at Carson House, Finchley, co. Middlesex, in his 8sth 
year, on Friday, 19 February, cremated at Golder's Green, 
CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 23 February 1904. Funeral service 
at Unity Church, Upper Street, Islington, co. Middlesex, where 
ashes are deposited. Will dated 21 April 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 391, 1904) 21 March 1904, by Joseph Classon Preston, 
Percy Preston and Frank Preston, sons, the Exors. Portrait 
by W. Savage Cooper, painted in l8g6, in t/u possession of 
Joseph Classon Preston, his son, also portrait in the drawing 
room of Carpenters^ Hall, painted by the same artist in jSgg, 
presented to the Company by his five sons. 




=pjane, 2nd dau. of John 
Classon of Blackball Place, 
Dublin, by Mary Stokes his 
wife; born 27 July 1821 ; 
marr. in the drawing room at 
Blackball Place, Dublin, on 
Wednesday, 10 May 1843; 
died at Carson House, 
Finchley, in her 76th year, 
on Saturday, 13 March, 
cremated at Woking, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 18 
March 1897. Funeral ser- 
vice at Unity Church, 
Upper Street, Islington, the 
same day, where ashes 
are deposited. Admon was 
granted 7 May 1897, to 
Joseph Thomas Preston, 
husband. 



Richard Bartram (only surviving son of Cubitt Engall Bartram= 
of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, J.P., by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Lettis) ; born at Civita Vecchia, Italy, 
3 February 1843; Solicitor; Member of the London School 
Board for Finsbury 1894; died at Fern Lea, Kelross Road, 
Highbury, co. Middlesex, aged 52, on Saturday, 7 December, 
bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
II December 1895. Memorial Service at Unity Church, Upper 
Street, Islington, on Sunday morning, 15 December. Will 
dated 29 August 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 11, 96) 25 January 
1896, by Alice Bartram, relict, and Frank Preston, the Exors. 



=Alice, born at 94 Smithfield 
Bars, London, 6 June 1845, 
bapt. privately ; marr. at 
Unity Church, Upper Street, 
Islington, on Wednesday, 
29 March 1871. 



A 



I. . 
Amie Violet, born 
at 35 Finsbury 
Park Road, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 1 2 
July 1876. 



Reginald Percy Preston, 
bom at 35 Finsbury 
Park Road on Mon- 
day, 5 August 1878, 
bapt. at Unity Church, 
Upper Street, Islington ; 
admitted to the Free- 
dom and Livery of the 
Carpenters' Company 
3 October 1899. 



Stanley Cadogan Preston= 
of Ladbrook Farm, 
Elstow, Canada ; bom 
at 57 Lordship Park, 
Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 
5 April 1880, bapt. at 
Unity Church, Upper 
Street, Islington. 



=Margaret Dora, eldest 
dau. of James Little- 
john of Elstow, 
Canada, by Margaret 
Buck his wife ; born 
at Weymouth 5 Au- 
gust 189 1 ; marr. at 
Ardluie, Elstow, 30 
December 1908. 



104 



Stanton \Viniam Preston of 7 Eldon Road, Hampstead, co. Mid-= 
dlesex; born at Earl Street, Soho, London, 17 May, bapt. 28 June 
182 1 ; admitted to the Freedom and Livery of the Carpenters' 
Company 5 July 1S42, Junior Warden 1872, Middle Warden 1873, 
Senior Warden 1S74, Master 1875. Portrait painted by Lance 
Calkin in igor, in the possession of the Carpenters^ Company. 



^ .^..wV-^r^-^^^^^'-^ 



=Ellen, dau. of Henry Harben of 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, by Mary 
Woodgate his wife; born 19 No- 
vember 181 7; marr. at Newington 
Green Chapel, co. Middlesex, 20 
May 1845 ; died at 7 Eldon Road, 
Hampstead, 18 October 1879, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, London. 



Harold Lees of Staly-= 
bridge, co. Lancaster 
(son of Jeremiah 
Lees) ; born 22 De- 
cember 1842 ; marr. at 
the Unitarian Chapel, 
Taunton, co. Somer- 
set, 5 April 1866 ; 
died at Pickhill Hall, 
Wrexham, on Friday, 
21 October 1887, 
bur. at Bangor Mona- 
chorum. ist husband. 



=Ellen, born= 
1 7 February 
1847, bapt. 
at Middle- 
ton Square, 
Clerkenwell; 
London. 



=Lieut.-Colonel William= 
Oughton Giles (son of 
Edward Giles) ; bom 
in June 1842 ; marr. 
at the Chapel of the 
Convent of the Assump- 
tion, Sidmouth, co. 
Devon, 15 September 
1890; died at Gravelly 
Hill, near Birmingham, 
I March 1900, bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery. 
2nd husband. 



=Charles Higford Chapman (son of 
Robert Chapman of Cheltenham) ; 
born 19 October 1861 ; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant ist Foot 31 
January 1880, to 51st Foot 17 April 
1880, Lieutenant Yorkshire Light 
Infantry i July 1881, Captain (retired) 
i8 February 1887 ; Captain Resen-e 
of Officers, Cheshire Regiment, 1887 
-98; served in Afghan War 1S80 
(medal) ; in Burmese Expedition 
1887; marr. at the Church of the 
Assumption, Warwick Street, London, 
10 September 1902 ; died at Port 
Madryn, Buenos Ayres, 26 January 
1910, bur. there. 3rd husband. 



Edith, born John Timms (son of Williani= 

7 November Timms of Leamington, co. 

1848, bapt. ^V'arwick) ; marr. at Rams- 

at Middle- gate, co. Kent, in September 

ton Square, 1876 ; died at Leamington 

Clerkenwell. on Tuesday, 5 July 1887, 
bur. there, ist husband. 



=Jessie, bom 18 February iSsij'^Robert Dalby Reeve 



bapt. at Middleton Square, 
Clerkenwell ; died at Westgate- 
on-Sea, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 
12 December, bur. in the 
churchyard at Harbledown, co. 
Kent, 15 December 1905. 



of Margate, co. Kent; 
married at Harble- 
down 10 June 1902. 
2nd husband. 



Percy Preston of 9 Randolph Road, Maida Hill, co.= 
Middlesex, and of Cotswold, Wickford, co. Essex ; 
born at 94 Smithfield Bars, London, 28 March 1848 ; 
admitted to the Freedom and Livery of the Carpenters' 
Company 6 February 1872, Junior Warden 1900, Middle 
Warden 1901, Senior Warden 1902, Master 1903. 



=Am"ie, only dau. of George 
Cadogan Edwards of Chelten- 
ham, CO. Gloucester, and of 
Coychurch, co. Glamorgan, by 
Caroline Rebecca Stevens his 
wife, dau. of James White ; 
born at Cheltenham 13 August 
1849 ; marr. at Unity Church, 
Upper Street, Islington, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 14 
October 1875. 



A child, 
died in 
infancy. 



Gladys Kathleen, born 
at 57 Lordship Park, 
Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 24 August 1882, 
bapt. at Unity Church, 
Upper Street, Islington. 



^'alentine Goode Johnson (only son of= 
William Goode Johnson of Nottingham, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Richard Hardy); bom 
14 February 1879; a Student at St. Mary's 
Hospital, London, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Lond. 
1905 ; formerly House Physician, Bethlehem 
Royal Hospital ; Lieutenant Royal Army 
Medical Corps 30 January 1906, Captain 
30 July 1909. 

105 



=Dorothy Jacqueline, born 
at 57 Lordship Park, Stoke 
Newington, on Saturday, 13 
June 1885, bapt. at Unity 
Church, Upper Street, 
Islington ; marr. at Essex 
Church, The Mall, Notting 
Hill Gate, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 30 October 1909. 



Anne, bom at 
Earl Street, 
Soho, London, 
1 2 October, 
baptised there 
i I November 
i§24. 



Alfred Preston, bom at Earl Street, Soho,= 
London, 8 August, baptised 5 October 1826; 
admitted to the Freedom of the Carpenters' 
Company 5 October 1847, to Livery 7 I)cccniber 
1847, Junior Warden 1879, Middle Warden 18S0, 
Master 1881; J.l'. for the County of London; 
died at 4 Elsworthy Road, Hanipstead, co. 
Middlesex, in his 79th year, on Sunday, 2 April, 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 7 A])ril 1905. Memorial service at the Unitarian Church, 
Rosslyn Hill, Hanipstead. Will dated 1 March 1899, with codicil 
dated 20 January 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 572, 1905) 26 April 
1905, by Alfred Charles Preston and Harry Westbury Preston, sons, 
the Exors. Portrait in the drawing room at Carpenters' Hall 
by Savage Cooper. 



=Harriet Litchfield, 2nd dau. 
of Henry Robert Abraham 
of Mountfield House, Harrow 
Road, London, by Harriet 
Sarah Dibdin his wife, dau. of 
John Litchfield ; born in Jan- 
uary 1830; marr. at Little Port- 
land Street Chapel, Regent 
Street, London, on Tuesday, 2 1 
June 1853 ; died at 26 Fellow's 
Road, Hanipstead, aged 58, 
10 January, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 15 
January 1889. 

D 



Lieut. -Colonel Alfred Charles Preston, V. D., of Elmstead, 117 Rroadhurst^ 
Gardens, West Hampstead ; born at 38 Doughty Street, Meckleiiburgh 
Square, London, 4 August 1854, bapt. at Little Portland Street Chajiel, 
London ; of the Tower Hamlets Rifle Brigade (now the 4th Battalion 
City of London Regiment Royal Fusiliers), 2nd Lieutenant 8 June 1S81, 
Lieutenant i July 1881, Captain 1886, Lion. Major 1896, Major 1900, 
Lieut. -Colonel 4 November 1902; V.D. 1901 ; admitted to the Freedom 
of the Carpenters' Company 10 August 1875, Livery 5 October 1875, 
Junior Warden 1905, Middle Warden 1906, Senior Warden October 1906, 
Master 1907. 



=f=Clara, youngest dau. 
of Lieut. -Colonel John 
Holt of the Tower 
Hamlets Brigade, of 
Belsizc Park Gardens, 
Hampstead, D.L., by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Brown ; bom 
23 February 1855; 
marr. at St. Matthias', 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 10 June 
1879. 

E 



Ronald Holt Preston, born at Stormont, 158 Belsize= 
Road, South Hampstead, on Monday, 2 August 
1880, bapt. at St. Peter's, Belsize Park, Hamp- 
stead ; admitted to the Freedom of the Carpenters' 
Company 3 October 1905, and to Livery 6 February 
1906. 



=Eveleen Marie Birdie, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
J. Larkin of Reculver Villa, Heme Bay, co. 
Kent, by Agnes Catherine his wife; born 2 June 
1878 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Kilburn, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 10 June 1908. 



Agnes Daphne, born on Friday, 
24 September 1909. 



Sidney Preston of 2 Helena Road, Ealing, co. Middlesex, CLE.; born at^ 
St. John Street, Smithfield, London, 10 September 1850, bapt. at Carter 
Lane Chapel, London ; educated at University College Sclioo! and King's 
College, London; entered Public Works Department, Punjab, 1870, became 
Superintendent Engineer 1893, Chief Engineer and Secretary for Irrigation 
to Government of North-West Provinces and Oudh 1899, and to 
Government of Punjab 1900, and Secretary to Government of India and 
Inspector-General of Irrigation 1902, retired 1905; after retirement 
employed by Maharajah Scindia of Gwalior as Irrigation Engineer; 
created C.I.E. 9 November 1901 ; Indian Coronation decoration 1903; 
Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Member Society of Arts, Fellow of King's College, 
London. 



=Amelia, 2nd dau. of 
Alexander O'DriscoU 
Taylor, formerly of 
Belfast, by Isabella his 
wife, dau. of John Scott 
Porter; bom at Belfast 
15 November 1858; 
marr. at the Cathedral, 
Bombay, India, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 1 November 
1885. 



Classon O'DriscoU Preston, born at Simla, India, on 
Friday, 17 September 1886, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Simla ; educated at the Grange, Eastbourne, Malvern 
College and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 
1905; entered the Royal Field Artillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 20 December 1906. 

ix>6 



Esm^e Theodora, 
born at Lahore, 
India, on Wednes- 
day, 9 November 
1898, bapt. at 
Lahore Cathedral. 



Margot Cicely, born 
at HoUington, co. 
Sussex, 3 Octo- 
ber 1902, bapt. at 
Essex Church, Ken- 
sington, London. 



Thomas Pierre Morson 
of 34 Elsworthy Road, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex 
(eldest son of Thomas 
Morson of Southampton 
Row and of Hornsey, 
CO. Middlesex, by Heloise 
his wife, dau. of Pierre 
Dagomet) ; born at South- 
ampton Row 4 August 
1852, bapt. at Boulogne- 
sur-Mer, France. /^ 



=Florence, bom at 38 
Doughty Street, Meck- 
lenburgh Square, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 12 
November 1855, bapt. 
there ; marr. at the 
Free Christian Church, 
Clarence Road, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 
3 September 1879. 



Ernest Stanton Preston=j 
of 3 Colville Terrace, 
Notting Hill, co. Mid- | 
dlesex ; born at 38 
Doughty Street, Meck- 
lenburgh Square, on 
Sunday, 10 October 
1858 ; admitted to 
the Freedom of the 
Carpenters' Company 
I June 1880, and to 
Livery 15 June 1880. 



^Blanche, 3rd dau. 
of Edwin Hayes 
of Briscoe House, 
Steeles Road, 
Hampstead, by 
Ellen his wife, 
dau. of Richard 
Briscoe ; born 10 
October 1858 ; 
married at St. 
John's, Hamp- 
stead, on Sunday, 
27 May 1883. 



Royston Keith Preston, born at 66 Goldhurst 
Terrace, South Hampstead, on Saturday, 15 
March 1884, bapt. at St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Croydon, co. Surrey. 



Muriel Elaine, bom at Noel Park, 
Wood Green, co. Middlesex, 19 
March 1886, bapt. at St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Croydon. 



Stanley Preston, bom at Stormont, 158 Belsize 
Road, South Hampstead, on Wednesday, 7 June 
1882, bapt. at St. Mary's, Kilburn, co. Middlesex; 
entered the Army from Militia (3rd Battalion East 
Yorkshire Regiment) as 2nd Lieutenant Duke of 
Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) 20 May 
1905, Lieutenant i February 1908; admitted to 
the Freedom of the Carpenters' Company 
8 January 1907, and to Livery 3 March 1908. 



Constance Violet, 
born at Stormont, 
158 Belsize Road, 
South Hampstead, 
on Wednesday, 29 
October 1 884, bapt. 
at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex. 



Harriet Brenda, bom 
at 22 Birchington 
Road, West Hamp- 
stead, on Monday, 
II March 1889, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Kilbum. 



Mary, born Frank Preston of Meadow-= 

18 January, croft. North Finchley, co. 

baptised at Middlesex; born 14 Feb- 

Smithfield, ruary, bapt. at Canonbury, 

London, 11 co. Middlesex, 9 March 

March 1852. 1856; admitted to the 

Freedom and Livery of 

the Carpenters' Company 

6 March 1877. 



=Mary Ancilla, elder dau. of Alfred Arthur Preston, 

William Worthington of Old Swin- bora on Sunday, 

ford, CO. Worcester, by ^Liry Lsetitia 18 December 

his wife, dau. of Robert Scott; 1864, bapt. at 

born at Mansfield, co. Nottingham, Gravel Pits Uni- 

27 January, bapt. there 4 July 1862 ; tarian Chapel, 

marr. at the Presbyterian Chapel, Hackney, co. 

Stourbridge, co. Worcester, on Middlesex, 23 

Tuesday, 14 June 1892. April 1865. 



Lillian Scott, bom at 7 Palace 
Gardens Mansions, Kensing- 
ton, London, on Thursday, 
1 1 May, bapt. at Stourbridge 
1 August 1893. 



Mary Lastitia, born at Carson 
House, Church End, Finchley, 
on Wednesday, 5 September, 
bapt. at Finchley 20 December 
1894. 



I 
John Scott Preston, born at 
6 Derwent Villas, North 
Finchley, 23 June, bapt. at 
Whetstone, co. Middlesex, 
5 August 1899. 



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Walter Hall of 5 Wedderburn= 
Road, Hampsioad, co. Mid- 
dlesex (only surviving son of 
John Hall of Clapham, co. 
Surrey, by Mary Ann his wife, 
2nd tlau. of Samuel Tope); 
born 27 August 1855 ; died 
6 August, bur. at the parish 
church, Hampstead, in the 
additional burying ground, 
10 August 1908. Memorial 
service at Rosslyn Hill 
Chapel, Hampstead. ^^ 



=Annie Gertrude, 
born at 39 Cam- 
den Square, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 
10 March i860 ; 
marr. at the 
Free Christian 
Church, Clarence 
Road, London, 
on Wednesday, 3 
September 1879. 



Harry Weslbury Preston= 
of 6 Lindfield Gardens, 
Hampstead ; born at 39 
Camden Square, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 19 
April 1862; admitted 
to the Freedom of the 
Carpenters' Company 
5 October 1886, to 
Livery 2 November 
1886, Solicitor to the 
Company from 1S97. 



=Adelaide, younger 
dau. of Archibald 
Ramsden of 8 
Gloucester Terrace, 
Regent's Park, I .on- 
doii, by Adelaide 
his wife, dau. of 
Charles Swale ; bom 
12 August 1864 ; 
marr. at the Regis- 
try, Vestry Hall, 
Hampstead, on Fri- 
day, 21 July 1893. 



Barbara, born at Fitzjohn's 
Mansions, Hampstead, on 
Thursday, 20 June 1895. 



Alan Westbury Preston, 
born at \\'edderburn 
House, Hampstead, on 
Monday, 11 July 1898. 



Shirley, born at Wedderburn 
House, Hampstead, on Sun- 
day, 24 March 1901. 



I 
Lionel Litchfield Preston= 
of Wyndham House, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight ; born at 
39 Camden Square, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, i De- 
cember 1864, bapt. there; 
educated at University 
College School, Middle- 
sex Hospital and Durham 
University, M.B. and B.S. 
1890, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1889, 
L.S.A. Lond. 1891. 



=Evelyn, only surviving 
dau. of Richard Edwyn 
Barry, Major 29th Foot, 
by Adelaide Maria his 
wife, dau. of Adam 
Martin ; born at Col- 
chester, CO. Essex, 10 
March 1872, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Lexden, co. 
Essex ; marr. at St. 
John's, Ryde, on Thurs- 
day, 25 July 1895. 



Arthur Reed Exley= 
of 16 Heath Man- 
sions, Hampstead 
(younger son of 
(leorge Exley of 
Leeds, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of John 
Horsfall) ; born at 
Leeds 25 February 
1867. 



=Margaret, born at 
39 Camden Square, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 13 August 
1866 ; marr. at the 
Unitarian Chapel, 
Rosslyn Ffill, 

Hampstead, on 
Wednesday, 2 July 
1902. 



Doris Eileen, born at Kent House, 
Ryde, on Sunday, 3 May, bapt. 
at the parish church, Ryde, 5 July 
1896. 



Joan Litchfield, born at ^Vyndham 
House, Ryde, on Saturday, 4 Feb- 
ruary 1899, bapt. at the parish 
church, Ryde. 



Mildred, born at 39 Camden Square, London, 
on Friday, 10 July 1868; died at 39 Camden 
Square, aged 15 months, on Monday, 11 
October, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, i6 October 1869. 



Leonard Ronald Preston of Melbourne, 
Australia ; bom at the Dome House, 
Redhill, co. Surrey, 5 February 1871 ; marr. 
Amy Violet, who died 16 June 1906, bur. at 
Melbourne. 




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SRatoson. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Anns. — T'er 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. 



Stansfeld Rawson of Wastdale= 
Hall, CO. Cumberland (2nd son 
of John Rawson of Stonyroyd, 
CO. York, by Nelly his wife, dau. 
of David .Stansfeld of Hope 
House, Halifax, co. York, and 
brother of William Henry Rawson 
of The Haugh End and of 
Sowerby, co. York, see Vol. 8, 
page 67) ; born 23 December 
1778; J.P. and D.L. for the 
counties of York and Cumber- 
land ; died at Wastdale Hall, in 
his 78th year, on Thursday, 27 
November 1856. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see "Notes" 
to " Visitation of Englatid and 
IVa/es," Vol. 8, page 14.) 



'Elizabeth, daughter of 
Timothy Leach of Clap- 
ham, CO. Surrey ; born 
2 January 1782; marr. 
5 May 1802 ; died at 
Gale Syke, Wastdale, 
aged 84, on .Sunday, 2 
September 1866, bur. at 
Wastdale. Will dated 22 
February 1862, proved 
at Carlisle i October 
1866, by Delia Elizabeth 
Rawson, daughter, the 
surviving Exor. 



^*=^^^> C^^-^-,^.:^ 



Rev. Thomas Worsley, D.D. (5th son= 
of the Rev. George Worsley, Rector of 
Stonegrave and Scawton, co. York, and 
brother of Sir William Worsley of 
Hovingham Hall, co. York, ist Baronet, 
see Pedigree of Worsley, V^ol. 11, 
page 118); born 15 July 1797; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1816, B.A. 
(3rd Sen. Opt.) 1820, M.A. 1824, 
Fellow of Downing College 1822-36, 
Master 1836, D.D. 1859 ; Rector of 
Scawton 1826; Vice-Chancellor of the 
University of Cambridge 1837-38, 
Christian Advocate 1844-50, Select 
Preacher 1845; Author of "The 
Province of the Intellect in Religion, 
deduced from Our Lord's Sermon on 
the Mount, and considered with 
Reference to Prevalent Errors" (3 vols.), 
1846-50; "Christian Drift of Cam- 
bridge VVork, Eight Lectures," 1865; 
died at Downing Lodge, Cambridge, 
aged 87, on Monday, 16 February 
1885, bur. at Hovingham. Adirion 
(with will dated 19 March 1884) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 489, 85) 28 May 
1885, to Sir ^\'illiam Cayley Worsley, 
Baronet, one of the Exors. 



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=Catherine, born 
3 April 1803; 
marr. at Hud- 
dersfield on 
Monday, 2oJune 
1842 ; died at 
DowningLodge, 
Cambridge, in 
her 83rd year, 
on Friday, 6 
March 1885, 
bur. at Hoving- 
ham. Will dated 
18 February 
1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 396, 
85) 30 April 
1885, by Sir 
William Cayley 
VV'orsley, Baro- 
net, and Dame 
Henrietta Phila- 
delphia Worsley, 
the Exors. 



Francis \\'illiam^ 
Rawson of Stony- 
royd ; born 8 Jan- 
uary 1 808 ; died at 
Stonyroyd, aged 
5 1, on Wednesday, 
3 August 1859, 
bur. at Halifax. 
W"\\\ dated 3 Oc- 
tober 1857, proved 
at Wakefield 13 
September 1859, 
by Charles Raw- 
son, brother, and 
James Bowman, 
the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of 
Ingham Beau- 
mont of Hud- 
dersfield ; marr. 
26 May 1836; 
died 8 Septem- 
ber 1856, bur. 
at Halifax. 



Elizabeth Frances, born 16 June 
1839; died unmarried at Broad- 
stairs, CO. Kent, 3 August i860, 
bur. at Halifax. Will dated 23 
July i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 
610, 60) I September i860, by 
Charles Stansfeld Rawson, uncle, 
the sole Exor. 



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Delia Eliziibetli, born 14 July 
1809; died unmarried at 
Waterden Lodge, Guildford, 
CO. Surrey, aged 61, on Mon- 
day, 18 July 1870, bur. at 
Wastdale, co. Cumberland. 
Will dated 13 May 1868, 
with codicil dated 14 May 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 624, 
70) 20 September 1870, by 
James Bowman, the sole Exor. 



Edmund Stansfeld Rawson, 
died in infancy. 



Rev. Benjamin Hutchinson of Whitchurch, =j= 
CO. Hereford; born 12 November 1810 ; 
Vicar of St. Michael's, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford, 1850 until his death; marr. 
2ndly at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 3 January 1882, 
Flora Houlton, eldest dau. of Neville 
Ward of Calverley Grange, Tunbridge 
^\'ells, CO. Kent, by Florentia Louisa his 
wife, youngest dau. of John Houlton of 
Farleigh Castle, co. Somerset. He died 
14 May 1895. and was bur. at St. Michael's. 
Will dated 27 May 1890, with codicil 
dated 28 August i8go, proved at Bristol 
10 June 1S95, by Flora Houlton Hutchin- 
son, relict, and the Rev. James Henry 
Lamb, the Exors. 

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=Mary Anne, born 24 
April 181 : ; marr. 
30 May 1838 ; died 
at St. Michael's 
Vicarage, St. Al- 
bans, on Tuesday, 
3 August 1880, bur. 
at St. Michael's, 
St. Albans. Will 
dated 3oJune 1875, 
proved (I'rin. Reg., 
869, 80) 13 No- 
vember 1880, by 
the Rev. Benjamin 
Hutchinson, hus- 
band, the sole Exor. 
I St wife. 



Charles CoUinson Rawson= 
of Gore Lodge, Hampton, 
CO. Middlesex, and of 
The Hollow, Mackay, 
Queensland ; born at the 
Rectory, Boldon, co. 
Durham, on Sunday, 13 
December, bapt. at Boldon 
20 December 1840; J. P. 
for Queensland. 



=Winifred, 6th dau. of 
the Rev. William Gorst 
Harrison, Rector of 
Easington, co. Dur- 
ham, by Susan his 
wife, dau. of General 
Austin ; born at 
Hart, CO. Durham, 5 
August, bapt. there 
10 November 1848; 
marr. at Hart on 
Tuesday, 30 August 
1870. 



Reginald Freke Williams; 
of Appuldercombe, Isle 
of Wight, and of West 
Mount, Ringwood, co. 
Hants (2nd son of Robert 
Wynne Williams of Ap- 
puldercombe, J. P., by 
Mary Anne his ist wife, 
dau. of Nathaniel Aked) ; 
born on Thursday, 12 
March 1835 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Brecon. 



=Charlotte Eliza- 
beth, born 15 
May 1842 ; 

marr. at Christ 
Church, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 16 
May 1863. 



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Charles Stansfeld Rawson of Sydney,= 
New South Wales ; born at The 
Hollow, Mackay, Queensland, 17 
March, bapt. at Mackay on \\'hit 
Sunday, 19 June 1872. 



=Annie Roma, dau. of Samuel 
James Porter of Sydney, New 
South Wales ; born in Sydney 
6 November 1S79; marr. 27 
September 1901. 



Harry Gilbert Collinson Rawson, 
born 30 June 1904, bapt. at All 
Saints', Woolahra, Sydney. 



Harry Rawson, born at 
The Hollow, Mackay, 
17 February, bapt. at 
^iackay 5 April 1874; 
died at The Hollow, 
Mackay, aged 2^ years, 
on Sunday, 23 July 
1876, bur. at Mackay. 



Octavia, dau. of the= 
Rev. John Collinson, 
Rector of Boldon, co. 
Durham, by Amelia 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Richard King, 
Rector of Worthen, 
CO. Salop ; born 
28 September 1817; 
niarr. at Boldon 18 
February 1840; died 
at MaeslJesch Castle, 
Glasbury, co. Radnor, 
aged 33, on Monday, 
21 October 1850, bur. 
at Glasbury. i st wife. 



Charles Stansfeld Raw.son of= 
Gale Syke, Wastdale, and of 
Wastdale Hall, co. Cumber- 
land ; born 20 December 
181 2; died at Downing 
Lodge, Cambridge, aged 50, 
on Tuesday, 2 June 1863, 
bur. at Glasbury. Will dated 
14 May 1863, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 6x2, 63) 15 October 
1863, by William Henry Raw- 
son, the younger, and Samuel 
Waterhouse, the Exors. 



=Eleonor Charlotte Berkeley, 2nd dau. 
of Sir Joseph Edward Leeds, 2nd 
Baronet, by Marian his wife, only dau. 
of William Thomas Stretton ; born 25 
December 1828 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Sketty, CO. Glamorgan, on Saturday, 
29 April 1854; died at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 76, on Wednesday, 
20 July 1904, bur. at Prestbury, co. 
Gloucester. Will dated 29 April 1896, 
proved at Gloucester 17 October 1904, 
by Emily Katherine March Phillips, 
widow, the sole Executri.x. 2nd wife. 



^^^.^U^. 




Signature from a letter dated " Glanber-wyn, 
Jany I5'>> i860." 



Lancelot Bernard= 
Rawson of Rock- 
lands, Rockhamp- 
ton, Queensland ; 
born 20 November 
1843 ! died at 
Rocklands, Rock- 
hampton, agedss, 
on Saturday, 1 5 
July 1899, bur. at 
Rockhampton. 



=Wilhelmina Frances Cahill, 
marr. at Sydney, New South 
Wales, 26 June 1872 ; 
marr. 2ndly at St. Stephen's, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 30 April 1903, 
Francis Richard Ravenhill 
of Charlton, Galston, New 
South Wales (eldest sur- 
viving son of John R. 
Ravenhill of Delaford, Iver, 
CO. Buckingham), who died 
at Sydney on .Monday, 19 
February 1906. 



Edmund Stansfeld= 
Rawson of Mackay, 
Queensland ; born 
at Gale Syke, Wast- 
dale, 24 .April 1S45, 
bapt. at Wastdale. 



Francis Edmund Lancelot Guy Rawson, 
Rawson, born 14 born 11 January 1874; 
April 1873. marr. Constance Miller. 



Una Belle, born 1 1 
September 1875; marr. 
in June 1899, Lionel 
Wilkinson. =j= 
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=Margaret Decima Crau- 
furd, dau. of the Rev. 
William Gorst Harrison, 
Rector of Easington, co. 
Durham, by Susan his 
wife, dau. of General 
Austin ; bom at Hart, 
CO. Durham, 25 March 
1853 ; marr. at Easington 
on Wednesday, 5 May 
1875- 



Winifred Grace, born 29 
June 1880; marr. 14 
March 1907, Ronald Fo-\ 
Swanwick. =p 



Lionel Reginald Rawson, born at The 
Hollow, Mackay, Queensland, 23 December 
1875, bapt. at Mackay 5 March 1876. 



Geoffrey Edmund Rawson, born at Tynemouth, 
CO. Northumberland, on Thursday, 18 September 
1879, bapt. at Easington. 



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Matthew John Rhodes of Eardestone House, co. Worcester ;=j=Emnna Sarah, born 15 May 



died at 21 Pembridge Crescent, Kensington, London, aged 74, 
on Thursday, 29 October 1891. Will dated 29 January 1889, 
with codicil of same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 354, 92) 
5 March 1892, by the Hon'"''-' Sir John Charles Day, Knight, 
and Samuel Henry Day, two of the Exors. /^ 



1814; marr. 20 March 1839; 
died at 26 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London, aged 39, on 
Friday, 6 January 1854. 



I 
Francis Richard 
Rawson, born at 
Boldon, CO. Dur- 
ham, 17 March 
1847 j fiisd 26 
April 1847, bur. 
at Boldon. 



Ernest Rhodes Hutchinson (her 
cousin), son of the Rev. Benjamin 
Hutchinson of Whitchurch, co. 
Hereford, by Mary Anne his wife, 
3rd dau. of Stansfeld Rawson (see 
page log); born 25 October 1847; 
died at Folkestone, co. Kent, 4 May, 
bur. at St. Michael's, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford, 9 May 1890. Will dated 
7 June 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 
594, 90) 4 June 1890, by Katherine 
Emily Hutchinson of Hitchin, co. 
Hertford, relict, the sole Executrix. 



^Katherine Emily, 
born 22 June 1849, 
bapt. at W'astdale, 
CO. Cumberland ; 
married at St. 
Michael's, St. Al- 
bans (by the 
Rev. Benjamin 
Hutchinson), on 
^\'ednesday, 2 7 
December 187 1. 



Francis Rawson, 
born 16 October, 
died 26 October 
1850, bur.atGlas- 
bury, CO. Radnor. 



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Julian Gulson Burgess of= 
Netherlands, Beaconsfield, co. 
Buckingham (son of John Gul- 
son Burgess of Copt Oak, 
Narborough, co. Leicester, J. P. 
for that county, by Jessie Anne 
Tarbolton his wife) ; born at 
New Walk, Leicester, 10 De- 
cember 1876; J. P. for CO. 
Leicester 1906. 



^Beatrice Octavia, born at The 
Hollow, Mackay, Queensland, 
on Monday, 4 September 1876, 
bapt. at Mackay ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Canon Frederick William 
Murray, assisted by her cousin, 
the Rev. Maurice Murray), on 
Thursday, 7 September 1905. 



Sybil Stansfeld, born at 

The Hollow, Mackay, 15 

October 1879, bapt. at 
Mackay. 

Dorothy AV'inifred Meynell, 
born at 45 Victoria Road, 
Kensington, Ix)ndon, on 
Tuesday, 22 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, in February 1884. 



W7<^t-«^^.^ t . 7^rx.4^j^cr7j 



mix of ^KtllougPj). ro. iltntoln. 



Arms. — Argent a wolf's head erased proper in dexter 

chief point a mullet gules. 
Crest. — Argent a wolf's head erased as in the arms. 
Motto. — Vincit Veritas. 



Anne Johnson,=Rev. Charles Wager AUi.x of Willoughby Hall,= 

died at Mere, CO. co. Lincoln (elder son of Charles AUix of 

Wilts. Admon Swaffham, co. Cambridge, by Catherine his wife, 

was granted dau. of the Rt. Rev. Thomas Greene, Bishop of 

(P.C.C.) 2 May Ely); born i8 June 1748; of Christ's College, 

i782,totheRev. Cambridge, B.A. 1774, M.A. 1777; Vicar of 

Charles Wager Mere ; died at Mere 30 November 1795. 

AUix, husband. Will dated 19 September 1795, proved (P.C.C. 

ist wife. 232 Harris) 13 May 1796. 

i^For earlier Pedigree see "Notes " to " Visitation 
of England and Wales," Vol. 8, page gj.) 



Catherine, 2nd dau. of 
Colonel Richard Townley 
of Belfield Hall, co. Lan- 
caster; died at Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop, 6 October 1839. 
Will dated 10 October 

1838, proved (P.C.C. 668 
Vaughan) 20 November 

1839, by Catherine Anne 
AUix, spinster, daughter, 
the sole Executrix. 2nd 
wife. 



Charles AUix of Willoughby= 
Hall, born 20 January 1783; 
educated at Harrow and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Lin- 
coln ; died at Willoughby 
HaU, in his 84th year, on 
Monday, 22 January 1866, 
bur. at Ancaster, co. Lincoln. 
Will dated 27 May 1862, with 
codicil dated 7 November 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 
214, 66) 10 April 1866, by 
Frederick William AUix and 
Wager Townley AUix, sons, 
the Exors. 



=Mary Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of WiUiam Ham- 
mond of St. Alban's 
Court, CO. Kent, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
eldest dau. and coheir 
of the Rev. Osmond 
Beauvoir, D.D. of 
Canterbury ; born in 
1787; marr. at Can- 
terbury Cathedral 3 
June 1808; died at 
Willoughby Hall, in 
her 74th year, on 
Monday, 2 September 
1 86 1 , bur. at Ancaster. 



Rev. Richard Wager= 
AUix, of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1811, M.A. 1814, 
B.D. 182 1 ; Rector of 
GreatWarley, co. Essex ; 
died s.p. at Great 
Warley, aged 37, on 
Thursday, 31 May, bur. 
there 7 June 1827. 
Memorial Tablet over 
vestry door in the old 
church. AdiSon (with 
will annexed dated 26 
May 1827) was granted 
(P.C.C.)3 August 1827, 
to Jane AUix, relict. 



=Jane, relict of 
the Rev. George 
White, LL.B. ; 
born in 1784; 
marr. at Hert- 
ford 1 5 February 
1827; died in 
1828. 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles AUix of Swaffham Prior House, co.= 
Cambridge, her cousin (2nd son of John Peter AUix of 
Swaffham Prior House, by Sarah his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
William Collier, Vicar of Swaffham Prior) ; bom 24 April 
1787, bapt. at Swaffham Prior 15 April 1788; educated at 
Harrow ; of the Grenadier Guards, Lieutenant and Captain 
1 810, Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 4 July 181 5; served 
in 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, nephew, one of the Exors. 



=Mary Catherine 
Elizabeth, born i 
June 1809; marr. 
at Ancaster on 
Saturday, i o April 
1841 ; died at 
Sudbrook Hall, 
CO. Lincoln, on 
Friday, 4 March, 
bur. at Ancaster 
10 March 1842. 
Memorial Win- 
dow in St. ^Lary's, 
Swaffham Prior. 



Charles Ham- 
mond AUix, 
bom 27 July 
i8io ; educated 
at Harrow ; Cap- 
tain Grenadier 
Guards; died in 
London in 1830. 



/N 



i^For issue see Pedigree of AUix, Vol. 8, 
page 138.) 



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I . I 

Catherine Anne, Rev. George Lavington Yate (son of Timothy Vate, by=j=N[argaret Eliza 



died at Lam- 
bridge Place, 
Bath, CO. Somer- 
set, in her 75th 
year, on Tuesday, 
7 October 1862. 



Ann Gilbert his wife) ; born at Made-ley Hall, co. Salop, beth, marr. at 

25 May 1795; of Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1817, Grappenhall,co. 

M.A. 1820; Vicar of Wrockwardine, co. Salop, for 45 Chester, 15 Au- 

years ; died at the Vicarage, Wrockwardine, aged 78, on gust 1820; died 

Monday, 27 October 1873, bur. in the churchyard at 13 February 

Wrockwardine. Will dated 2 November 187 1, with codicil 1873, bur. at 

dated 2 September 1872, proved at Shrewsbury 8 January Wrockwardine. 
1874, by the Rev. Charles Allix Yate of Long Buckby 
Vicarage, co. Northampton, the sole Exor. Jf^ 



Henry Osmund Nethercote of Moulton Grange, co.= 
Northampton (eldest son of John Nethercote of Moulton 
Grange, J.P., D.L., by Charlotte Jemima his wife, 
3rd dau. of William Hammond of St. Alban's Court, co. 
Kent); bom 27 December 1819; educated at Harrow 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 8 June 
1837, B.A. 1842; J. P. and D.L. for co. Northampton, 
High Sheriff 1872 ; marr. istly at the parish church, 
Lancaster, on Thursday, 4 March 1847, Louisa, dau. of 
Robert Garnett of Wyreside, co. Lancaster, who died, 
leaving issue, at Moulton Grange on Friday, 2 August 
1850. He died at Moulton Grange, in his 67th year, 
on Monday, 23 August 1886, and was bur. at Moulton. 
Will dated 23 September 1876, with two codicils dated 
6 November 1878 and 23 October 1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 968, 86) 24 November 1886, by Charlotte Frances 
Nethercote, relict, the sole Executrix. 



Caroline Isabella, 
died 26 January 
1836. 



=Charlotte Frances, 
born in 181 2 ; 
marr. at Ancaster, 
CO. Lincoln, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 

November 1857 ; died suddenly at 
Moulton Grange on Wednesday, 
7 May 1890, bur. at Moulton. Will 
dated 2 November 1886, with codicil 
dated i March 1888, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 710, 90) 31 July 1890, by Mary 
Caroline Griffith and Juliana Griffith, 
spinsters, nieces, the Executrixes. 
2nd wife. 



Frederick William Allix of= 
Willoughby Hall, co. Lin- 
coln ; bom II April 18 16; 
educated at Harrow ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln ; 
of the Grenadier Guards, 
Ensign and Lieutenant 18 
April 1834, Lieutenant and 
Captain 24 April 1840; 
died at i Royal Crescent, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, aged 
78, on Saturday, 13 Oc- 
tober 1894, bur. at An- 
caster. Will dated 10 June 
1890, with codicil dated 
II July 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 366, 95) 10 April 
1895, by Sophia Mary Allix, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Sophia Mary, 
only child and 
heir of Chris- 
topher Henry 
Noel of Wel- 
lingore.co.Lin- 
coln ; marr. by 
special licence 
in Grosvenor 
Street, Lon- 
don, on Thurs- 
day, 30 May 
1844. 



Rev. James Griffith (son of= 
John and Anne Grififith) ; 
born at Old Radnor 16 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 31 October 
1815; of Queen's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1840 ; 
Rector of Flaxton, co. York, 
1 86 1 until his death; died 
at the Rectory, Flaxton, 
aged 79, on Tuesday, 28 
November 1893. Adfnon 
(with will dated 2 July 1866) 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 23 January 1894, to 
the Rev. Arthur Hammond 
Griffith and James Frederick 
Griffith, sons, the Exors. 



=Louisa Margaret, 
born at Willoughby 
Hall 3 December 
1819, bapt. at An- 
caster ; marr. there 
10 January 1844; 
died at the Rec- 
tory, Lockington, 
CO. York, aged 75, 
on Tuesday, 1 1 
June 1895, bur. at 
Flaxton. 



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114 



Francis Capper Brooke of Ufford Place, co. Suffolk (only=j=Juliana Jemima, 

child of the Rev. Charles Brooke of Ufford Place, by marr. on Thurs- 

Charlotte his wife, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Francis Capper, day, 15 August 

Rector of Earlsham and Monksham, CO. Suffolk) ; bom at 1839; died at 

Ufford 18 September 1810; educated at Harrow and Athens, Greece, 

at Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 24 May 1828, 12 December 

B.A. 1835 ; Ensign and Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 1840, bur. there 

19 November 1830, Captain 18 April 1834; High Sheriff the next day. 

for CO. Suffolk 1869; Patron of the living of Ufford; 

marr. 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on 

Monday, 5 January 1852, Louisa, 2nd dau. of James 

Duff, by Elizabeth Charlotte his wife, eldest dau. of Sir 

George Beeston Prescott, Baronet ; born at Funtington, 

CO. Sussex, 5 February, bapt. there 15 March 1830; 

died, aged 65, on Wednesday, 21 August 1895. 

He died at Ufford Place, aged 75, on Wednesday, 13 

January, and was bur. at Ufford 18 January 1886. Will 

dated 28 October 1885, proved at Ipswich 19 July 1886, 

by the Rev. Charles John Robinson of West Hackney, 

CO. Middlesex, Howard Whitbread of Lowdham Hall, co. 

Suffolk, and the Rev. Ernest George Doughty of 

Martlesham, co. Suffolk, the Exors. ^ 



William Kent Allix, 
born 9 April 
1823 ; educated at 
Harrow ; of the 
ist (The Royal) 
Foot, Ensign 28 
July 1840, Lieu- 
tenant 1843, Captain 
1853; A.D.C. to 
Lieut.-General Sir 
D'Lacey Evans ; 
killed at the battle 
of Inkerman on 
Sunday, 5 Novem- 
ber 1854. Admon 
was granted (P.C.C.) 
13 March 1855, 
to Wager Townley 
Allix, brother. 



Abel Humphry Ram (3rd son of Stephen Ram of= 
Ramsfort, Gorey, co. Wexford, D.L,, by Mary 
Christian his wife, dau. of James Archbold Casamajor 
of the Madras Civil Service) ; born at 8 Hereford 
Street, Mayfair, London, on Thursday, 11 May 1843; 
D.L. for CO. Wexford ; died s.p. suddenly at Paris, 
aged 54, on Thursday, 10 February 1898, bur. in 
Mount Pamasse Cemetery, Paris. Will dated 30 
July 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 347, 99) 30 March 
1899, by Helfene Harriet Elizabeth Ram, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



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=H^lene Harriet Elizabeth, bom in 1845 ; 
marr. at Brompton Oratory, London, on 
Saturday, i6 July 1870; died at Hyeres, 
France, on Friday, 28 December 1906, 
bur. in Mount Pamasse Cemetery, Paris. 
Will dated 14 February 1904, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 835, 1907) 14 May 1907, by 
Rene Armengaud, C.E., the sole Exor. 
Adfrion (with will) was granted at the 
Principal Registry 24 August 1907, to 
Violet Ram, spinster. 



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Wager Townley Allix of Campsea Ashe, co.^ 
Suffolk; born i March 1825; educated at Harrow; 
died at 35a Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, 
aged 53, on Tuesday, iS June 1878, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 14 
May 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 623, 78) 10 August 
1878, by Elizabeth Catherine Allix, relict, the sole 
Executrix. 




Elizabeth Barbara, bom at 48 Lower 
Brook Street, London, on Thursdaj', 
2 March 1S71, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. 



^Elizabeth Catherine, 5th dau. of Thomas 
Tyrwhitt-Urake of Shardeloes, co. Bucking- 
ham, ALP., J. P., D.L., by Barbara Caroline 
his wife, dau. of Arthur Annesley of 
Bletchington Park, co. Oxford ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Edward Tyrwhitt-Drake), on Tuesday, 
9 December 1862; died suddenly at the 
Cliftonville Hotel, Margate, co. Kent, on 
Friday, 21 April, bur. in the same grave as 
her husband in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, on Thursday, 27 April 1899. Will 
dated 13 June 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
528, 99) II May 1899, by Elizabeth 
Barbara Allix, spinster, daughter, and 
James Frederick Griffith, the Exors. 



Agnes Marjorie, born at 35a Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, London, on Monday, 
17 November 1873, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Down Street, Mayfair. 



Arthur David Veasey (eldest son of David Veasey of^Emily Persis, bom at Willoughby Hall, 
Castle Hill House, co. Huntingdon); born at Castle co. Lincoln, 22 June 1829; marr. at 
Hill House 14 January 1825; educated at Rugby and Ancaster, co. Lincoln, on Thursday, 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1850. 11 September 185 1. 



Colonel Noel Charles Noel Allix of Willoughby= 
Hall, CO. Lincoln ; born in Paris on Friday, 1 5 
May 1 846 ; educated at Harrow ; entered the Army 
as Ensign Grenadier Guards 24 January 1865 ; 
served through the Russo-Turkish War 1878-79, 
as a Colonel in the Turkish Army and Chief of 
Staff to General Valentine Baker ; afterwards 
employed to re-organise and command the Imperial 
Gendarmerie in Crete ; Equerry to the Khedive of 
Egypt ; Knight of the Orders of the Medjidie and 
the Osmanieh ; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of 
Lincoln and Kent; marr. 2ndly in 1893, Gertrude 



Anne, youngest dau. of William Hynam 
Strawberry Lodge, Twickenham, co. Middlesex. 



of 



=Helen Jane, eldest dau. of George Edwin 
Taunton of Coldham Hall, Bury St. 
Edmunds, co. Suffolk, and of The Mar- 
fords, Bromborough, co. Chester, by 
Susannah Maria his wife, dau. of James 
Rixon Oliver of Clapton, co. Essex; marr. 
at St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, 
on Saturday, 11 March 187 1; died on 
Saturday, 10 August, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 15 August 1889. 
I St wife. 

(See Pedigree of Taunton, Vol. 4, 
page 169.) 



I 

Muriel Lilian Helen de Burgh, born at Cairo, 
Egypt, on Saturday, 8 March 1873. 



116 



Wiilhtxfont of i^larbington, co, gorL 

Arms. — Argent an eagle displayed sable wings inverted beak and legs proper. 
Crest. — An eagle as in the arms. Motto. — Nos non nobis. 



William Wilberforce, Lord of the Manor of Markington, co. York (only son=f 
of Robert Wilberforce of Kingston-upon-Hull, co. York, by Elizabeth his [ 
wife, dau. of Thomas Bird of Barton and Coventry, co. Wanvick) ; bom at j 
Wilberforce House, High Street, Hull (now belonging to the Corporation of i 
Hull, and used as a museum), 24 August 1759; educated at Pocklington 
Grammar School and at St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted October ' 
1776, B.A. 1781, M.A. 1788; M.P. for Hull 11 September 1780, for 
CO. York 7 .April 1784 to 1812, and for Bramber 7 October 1812 to 1825; 
leader in Parliament of the movement for the Abolition of the Slave 
Trade 1787 to 25 March 1807, when the Bill received the Royal Assent; 
a founder of the Church Missionary Society and the Bible Society ; Author 
of "A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious Systems" and "An Appeal 
. . on behalf of the Negro Slaves of the West Indies " ; died at 44 Cadogan 
Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 73, 29 July, bur. in Westminster Abbey 
5 August 1833. Statue there. Will dated 11 April 1831, with si.x codicils 
dated 30 July 1831 to 1 1 July 1833, proved (P.C.C. 794 Farquhar) 
4 December 1833, by James Stephen, Abel Smith and Richard Spooner, 
three of the Exors. Portraits (as a doy) by John Russell, R.A., and 
Sir Thomas Laivrence, P.R.A., in the National Portrait Gallery ; also a 
full-length presentation portrait by Rising, and pastel portraits with his 
wife, in the possession of William Basil Wilberforce, his great-grandson ; 
also a column with a statue to his memory at Kingston-upon-Hull. 



=Barbara Anne, eldest dau. 
of Isaac Spooner of Elm- 
don Hall, CO. Warwick, by 
Barbara his wife, eldest 
dau. of Sir Henry Gough, 
Baronet [and sister of 
Sir Henry, ist Baron Cal- 
thorpe] ; bom at Birches 
Green, co. AVarwick, 24 
Decem ber 1 7 7 1 , bapt. 
there ; marr. at Walcot, co. 
Somerset, on Tuesday, 30 
May 1797; died at the 
Vicarage, East Farleigh, co. 
Kent, aged 75, on Wednes- 
day, 21 April, bur. at East 
Farleigh 26 April 1847. 

{See Pedigree of Spooner, 
"Notes" to "Visitation 
of England and Wales," 
Vol. 8, page 141.) 



I 
William Wilberforce of the Grange, Markington, and of Surbiton, co.= 
Surrey; born at Broomfield House, Clapham Common, co. Surrey, 21 
July, bapt. at Clapham 21 August 1798; educated at Trinity College, 
Cambridge; Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple 25 November 
1825 ; J. P. for the counties of York and Middlesex; M.P. for Hull 
24 July 1837 to March 1S38; became a Catholic in 1850; Patron of 
the living of Swine, East Riding, co. York ; died at Surbiton, in his 
8ist year, on Monday, 26 May 1879, bur. in St. Mary's, Rugby, co. 
Warwick. Will dated 20 June 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 593, 79) 
14 June 1879, by William Wilberforce, son, one of the Exors. 



=Mary Frances, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
John Owen, Rector of Paglesham, 
CO. Essex, and Vicar of Fulham, co. 
Middlesex, one of the Founders of 
the Bible Society ; marr. at Ful- 
ham on Wednesday, 19 January 
1820 ; died at 88 Marine Parade, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 80, on 
Friday, 12 March 1880, bur. in 
St. Mary's, Rugby. 



Rosa Elizabeth," 
youngest dau. of 
Thomas Jones of 
Pentir Hall, Ban- 
gor, CO. Carnarvon; 
born at Pentir 
Hall I April 1830; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London 
(by the Rt. Rev. 
Samuel Wilber- 
force, Bishop of 
Oxford), on Mon- 
day, 30 April 1849; 
died at Meran, 
Austrian Tyrol, on 
Saturday, 20 April 
1878. ist wife. 



=William Wilberforce of Ingerthorpe=f=Angela Frances=j=Ellen, only 



Grange, Markington, co. York, 
and of South Bank, Surbiton, co. 
Surrey ; born at Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 6 December 
1 821; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 March 1840, 
B.A. from St. Mary Hall 1846, 
M.A. 1849; a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 19 January 1846, called to 
the Bar 3 May 1 849 ; became a 
Catholic in 185 1 ; died at Bognor, 
CO. Sussex, aged 78, on Tuesday, 
27 November 1900, bur. in St. 
^Iary's, Rugby. Will dated 29 
October 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
526, 1901) 22 April 1901, by 
\\'illiam Basil Wilberforce, one of 
the surviving Exors. 



(cousin), dau. of the 
Rev. Henry John 
Owen of Chelsea ; 
married at St. 
George's Cathe- 
dral, Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 17 May 
1879 ; marr. istly 
George Hamilton 
Roe, M.D. She 
died on Monday, 
I September 1884, 
and was bur. in 
Mortlake Ceme- 
tery. 2nd wife. 



dau. of Tho- 
mas Henry 
Holmes of 
Pewsey, co. 
Wilts ; born 
at Reading, 
CO. Berks, 25 
July 1852; 
married at 
The Servile 
Church, Ful- 
ham Road, 
London, 29 
October! 884. 
3rd wife. 



Robert Wil- 
liam Wilber- 
force, born in 
1824 ; died 
at Bromp- 
ton, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, on 
Wednesday, 
2 November 
1825. 




^t^y>-^ 



^^w^^«-^^^e<->^ 



[William Henry] Bertram Wilberforce, 
born in Whitehead's Road, Chelsea, 
on Saturday, 3 April, bapt. at St. 
Mary's Catholic Church, Chelsea, 
5 May i88o. 

B 



117 



Barbara, born on Sunday, 
21 July, bapt. at Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, i 7 August 1 799 ; 
died unmarried at Ken- 
sington Gore, London, on 
Sunday, 20 December 182 1. 



Rev. John James=Rlizabeth, born in Old Palace Yard, West- 
(2nd son of T. James minster, 19 January 1801 ; marr. at 
of Lydney, co. Glou- Hendon, co. Middlesex (by the Rev. Robert 
cester) ; Rector of Wilberforce), on Tuesday, 11 January 1831 ; 
Rawmarsh, CO. York, died 10 March, bur. at Brighstone, Isle of 
6 June 1831 to 1844. Wight, 17 March 1832. M.I. 



Agnes Everilda,=j=Ven''''= Robert Isaac Wilberforce ; born at Broomfield= 



dau. of the Ven'''"= 
Francis Wrang- 
ham. Archdeacon 
of the East 
Riding and Vicar 
of Hunmanby, 
CO. York ; marr. 
16 June 1832 ; 
died at East Far- 
leigh, CO. Kent, 
on Monday, 17 
November 1834, 
bur. there. ist 
wife. 



House, Clapham Common, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 19 
December 1802 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 February 1820 (ist-class in Classics and Mathematics 
1823), B.A. 1824, M.A. 1827, Fellow 1826-33, Sub-Dean 
and Tutor 1828-31; Select Preacher at Oxford 1849; 
Vicar of East Farleigh, co. Kent, April 1832 to 1840, and 
of Burton Agnes, co. York, 1850-54, Prebendary of York 
8 February 1841 to April 1847, Archdeacon of the East 
Riding, co. York, 14 January 1841 to 30 August 1854; 
became a Catholic at Paris i November 1 854, entered 
the Academia Ecclesiastica in Rome 1855 ; Author 
of "The Five Empires," 1841, and other works, also in 
conjunction with his brother Samuel, " Life of William 
Wilberforce" (5 vols.), 1838, "The Correspondence of 
William Wilberforce," 1840, and an abridgement of the 
first-named work in 1843 ; died at Albano, Italy, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1857, bur. in the St. Raymond Chapel of the Church 
of St. Maria sopra Minerva, Rome. Memorial Tablet. 
AdSion (with will dated 23 November 1856) was granted 
25 March 1857, to William Francis Wilberforce, son. 



A 



(/J>r issue see 
page 122.) 



A^irff/M^^^/i^i<^. 



=Jane, eldest dau. 
of Digby Legard 
of Watton .Abbey, 
CO. York, by 
Frances his wife, 
3rd dau. of Ralph 
Creyke of Mar- 
ton, CO. York ; 
marr. at St. 
Margaret's, West- 
minster, 29 March 
1837 ; died in 
January 1853, 
bur. at Burton 
Agnes. 2nd wife. 



William Basil Wilberforce of Markington Hall,= 
CO. York ; born at St. Peter's Square, Hammer- 
smith, CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 4 May, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Hammersmith, 7 May 1850; 
educated at Beaumont and Stonyhurst Colleges ; 
a Student of the Middle Temple. 



=Margaret, youngest dau. of Robert Sadleir 
Moody of Little Malvern, co. Worcester ; 
born at Erdington, co. Warwick, bapt. at the 
Catholic Church, Erdington ; marr. at St. 
Wulstan's, Little Malvern, on Tuesday, 26 
September 1899. 



Margaret Mary Clare, bom at 
Markington Hall on Friday, 
23 November 1900, bapt. 
at Markington Hall Chapel 
(registered at Bishop Thorn- 
ton Catholic Church). 



William Basil Samuel Anthony 
Joseph Edward Wilberforce, 
born at Markington Hall on 
Thursday, 4 February 1904, 
bapt. at Markington Hall 
Chapel (registered at Bishop 
Thornton Catholic Church). 



Robert W'illiam Francis Wilber- 
force, born at Markington Hall 
on Monday, 30 October 1905, 
bapt. at Markington Hall 
Chapel (registered at Bishop 
Thornton Catholic Church). 



William Wilberforce of 23 Sandringham Gardens, Ealing, co. Middlesex ; bom at Stanley 
House, Windsor, co. Berks, 24 November 1885; educated at Sandhurst; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant Royal West Kent Regiment 16 August 1905; served in Malta and at 
Singapore; retired 11 November 1908. 

118 



Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Winchester; born at Bloomfield= 
House, Clapham Common, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 7 September, bapt. 
at Clapham 14 October 1805 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
27 January 1823, B.A. (ist-class in Mathematics and 2nd in Classics) 1826, 
M.A. 1829, D.D. 1845, LL.D. Cambridge i860, Hon. Fellow of All 
Souls' College, Oxford, 1871-73; Select Preacher at Oxford 1837-45; 
on Council of Keble College 1871-73; Rector of Brighstone (or Brixton), 
Isle of ^Vight, 1830-40, and of Alverstoke, co. Hants, 4 December 1840 
to 1845, Archdeacon of Surrey 25 November 1839 to April 1845, Canon 
of Winchester 13 August 1840 to 1845, Chaplain to Prince Consort 
5 January 1841 to 1845, appointed Sub-Almoner to Queen Victoria 
October 1843, Lord High Almoner 1847-69 ; Dean of Westminster 2 May 
1845, Bishop of Oxford 30 November 1845, translated to Winchester 
II November 1869; initiated the Revision of the New Testament 1870; 
F.R.S. ; Author of "Note Book of a Country Clergyman," 1833, 
"Agathos," 1839, "The Rocky Island," 1840, "History of the Protestant 
Church in America," 1844, "Journals and Letters of Henry Martyn," 
and in conjunction with his brother Robert Isaac, "Life of William 
Wilberforce" (5 vols.), 1838, "The Correspondence of William Wilber- 
force," 1840, and an abridgement of the first-named work in 1843, "Oxford 
University Sermons," and "Sermons preached before the Queen"; 
killed by a fall from his horse at Evershed's Rough, near Dorking, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 19 July, bur. at WooUavington, co. Sussex, 25 July 
1873. Will dated 21 December 1865, with three codicils dated 22 January 
1870, 6 February 1873 and 22 April 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 614, 73) 28 
August 1873, by Reginald Carton Wilberforce, Barrister-at-Law, son, one 
of the Exors. Portrait in Episcopal robes, by George Richmond, R.A., 
in Theological College, Cuddesdon, another in Academical dress, by the 
sa?ne artist, at Lavington House, co. Sussex, and a replica of the latter 
in the Diploma Gallery of the Royal Academy. 



=Emily, eldest dau. 
and coheir of the 
Rev. John Sar- 
gent of Lavington 
House, CO. Sussex, 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. and sole heir 
of Abel Smith, 
elder brother of 
Robert, ist Lord 
Carrington ; bapt. 
at WooUavington 
2 August 1807; 
marr. there 1 1 
June 1828; died 
at the Close, 
Winchester, aged 
■^T,, on Wednesday, 
10 March, bur. at 
WooUavington 1 7 
March 1841. 



A 



(For issue see page 124.) 



Edward Guerini of Florence,= 
Italy (son of the Cavaliere 
Guerini of Florence) ; born 
28 May 1847 ; died at San 
Remo, Italy, ui his 62nd 
year, on Monday, 6 July 1908, 
bur. there. /t\ 



=Mary Rosa, born at Cadogan Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 9 June, bapt. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 
Chelsea, 16 July 1852 ; marr. at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic 
Church, Fitzroy Square, London, on Wednesday, 9 April 1873 ; 
died at Meran, Austrian Tyrol, in her 38th year, on Friday, 
21 February 1890. 



Mary Agnes, born on Thursday, 20 January 1887 ; 
married Edward Stanford. 



I 
A son, born on Tuesday, 22 November 
1887, died a few hours after. 



119 



Rev. Henry William Wilbcrforce, born at Bronmficld= 
House, Clapham Common, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
2 2 September, bapt. at Clapham 22 October 1807 ; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 16 March 
1826, B.A. (ist-class Classics, 2nd-class Mathematics) 
1830, M.A. 1833, EUerton Theological Prizeman 
1833, Denyer Prize 1836; a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 1831 ; Perpetual Curate of Hransgore, co. Hants, 
November 1834 to 1841, Vicar of VValmer, co. Kent, 
1841, Rector of East Farleigh, co. Kent, 1843 
until he became a Catholic 15 September 1850; 
Secretary to the Catholic Defence Association 1852 ; 
Proprietor and Editor of " Catholic Standard," 
1854-63; died at Woodchester, co. Gloucester, 
aged 65, on Wednesday, 23 April 1873, bur. in the 
Dominican Monastery at Woodchester. 



=Mary, 4th dau. of the Rev. John Sargent 
of Lavington House, co. Susse.x, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Abel 
Smith, elder brother of Robert, ist 
Lord Carrington ; born in November 
1810, bapt. at Woollavington 23 June 
181 1 ; marr. there on Thursday, 24 July 
1834; died at 21 Brunswick Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Sunday, 27 
January 1878, bur. in Woodchester 
Catholic Cemetery. Will dated 15 De- 
cember 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 
281, 78) 12 March 1878, by Henry 
Edward Wilbcrforce and \Vilfrid Ignatius 
Wilbcrforce, sons, two of the Exors. 



JohnWilliam 
Wilberforce, 
born 14 July 
1835; died, 
aged II, 24 
Feb. 1847. 



Mary Florence, born 
on Tuesday, 14 
February, bapt. at 
Bran.sgorc 26 March 
1837; died, aged 4 
years and 8 months, 
on Friday, 15 Oc- 
tober 1 84 1. 



Arthur Henry Wilberforce of the 
Order of St. Dominic ; born 14 



March 



L-ducated at St. 



Cuthbert's College, Durham; died 
at the Dominican Priory, Haver- 
stock Hill, CO. Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 15 December 1904, bur. at St. 
Dominic's Priory, Woodchester. 



Ambrose Newman 
Wilberforce, born 
26 March 1841 ; 
died 9 April 1842. 



Caroline Mary, Richard Hurrell Froude (eldest son= 
born 13 May of William Froude of Dartington, co. 
1843; a Fran- Devon, F. R.S.); of New Inn Hall, 
ciscan Nun. Oxford, matriculated 14 February 

i860, aged 17, B.A. 1863; Civil 
Engineer ; became a Catholic at 
Oxford; marr. istly at the Catholic 
Church, Dover, co. Kent, 24 No- 
vember 1874, Beatrice Mary, youngest 
dau. of George Dudley Ryder ; died 
at Dalhousie, India, 2 August 1877. 



=Agnes Everilda Mary, born 23 August, 
bapt. at East Farleigh 28 September 
1845 ; marr. at the Pro-Cathedral, 
Kensington (by her uncle. His 
Eminence Cardinal Manning, assisted 
by her brother, the Rev. Father Ber- 
trand Wilberforce, O.P.), on Monday, 
25 April 1881; died at Meran, Austrian 
Tyrol, 14 January 1890. Adfiion was 
granted at the Principal Registry 29 
April 1890, to Richard Hurrell Froude, 
husband. 2nd wife. 



A 



Henry Edward Wilberforce, born 27 Augusts 
1847, bapt. privately and received into the 
church at East Farleigh, co. Kent, i January 
1848; educated at Ushaw and Stonyhurst ; 
Secretary to the Earl Marshal; of the Probate 
Office, Somerset House. 



=Emily Mary, 3rd dau. of Robert Sadleir Moody 
of the Farm, Little Malvern, co. Worcester ; 
marr. at Priory Church, Little Malvern, on 
Wednesday, 29 April 1885. 



Henry .'\mbrose Wilber- 
force, born at 21 
Brunswick Gardens, 
Kensington, London, 
on Monday, 8 March 
1886. 



Robert Francis Wilber- 
force, born at 8 
Courtland Terrace, 
Kensington, on Thurs- 
day, 8 December 1887. 



Agnes Barbara 
Mary, born 10 
March 1890. 



John Michael Wilberforce, 
born at 34 Bedford Gar- 
dens, Kensington, on 
Thursday, 8 October 1891 ; 
died 29 April 1894, bur. 
in Mortlake Cemetery. 



Wilfrid Ignatius Wilberforce, born= 
at the Rectory, East Farleigh, co. 
Kent, 23 June 1850, educated at 
the Oratory School, Beaumont, and 
Stonyhurst ; joined the Staff of the 
British Museum in 1872; died, in 
his 60th year, on Friday, 14 January, 
bur. in the Catholic Church, Mort- 
lake, CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 18 
January 1910. 



=Helen, eldest dau. of the Hon'''*^ Bryan 
John Stapleton of Richmond, co. York, 
D.L., by Mary Helen Alicia his wife, 
only dau. of John Thomas Dolman of 
Souldern House, Oxford, M.D. ; born 
18 April 1862; marr. at St. Aloysius, 
Oxford (by her uncle, the Rev. and 
HonW^ Father Paul Stapleton, O.P., 
assisted by the Rev. Father Strappini, 
S.J.), on Monday, 23 January 1893. 



Mary Phillippa 
Veronica Sophia, 
born 4 August 
1853, and died 
20 December 
following. 



Arthur Richard Antony Wilberforce, 
born at Stuart House, Clevedon, co. 
Somerset, on Monday, 4 December, 
bapt. at the Catholic Church, Clevedon, 
5 December 1899. 



Everilda Helen Mary Bertrand, 
born at Church Hill Lodge, Cleve- 
don, on Tuesday, 22 December, 
bapt. at the Catholic Church, 
Clevedon, 24 December 1903. 



121 



Agnes Everilda, dau.= 
of the Ven'''' Francis 
Wrangham. ist wife. 



=Ven'''= Robert Isaac^ane, eldest dau. 
Wilberforce (see page of Digby Legard. 
f/S). 2nd wife. 



Rev. William Francis Wilberforce,^ 
born 27 June 1833 ; educated 
at Eton and at Balliol College, 
O.xford, matriculated 17 March 
1852, Scholar of University Col- 
lege 1853-59, B.A. (3rd-class 
Classics and Law and History) 
1856, M.A. 1858; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 1854 ; Vicar of 
Royston, co. York, 1862-73, 
of St. Mary's, Oldham, co. Lan- 
caster, 1873-76, of St. John's 
Micklegate, York, 1876-82, of 
Fulford, CO. York, 1882-89, and 
of Brodsworth, co. York, 1889 
-1905 ; died s.p. at The Hermit- 
age, Fulford, in his 73rd year, on 
Monday, 25 December, bur. at 
Brodsworth 29 December 1905. 
A\'ill dated 22 July 1871, with 
two codicils dated 24 June and 
24 August 1904, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 436, 1906) 22 March 1906, 
by Edward Wilberforce, Barrister- 
at-Law, the surviving Exor. 



=Elizabeth Hope, 
elder dau. of 
Charles Hope Mac- 
lean, Barrister-at- 
Law, by Caroline 
Elizabeth his wife, 
2nd dau. of C. 
Beckford Long ; 
marr. at the parish 
church. Sandal, co. 
York (by the Rt. 
Rev. Samuel Wil- 
berforce, Bishop 
of Winchester), on 
'l"hur.sday, 20 Oc- 
tober 1870 ; died 
at Brodsworth 
on Tuesday, 15 
March, bur. there 
18 March 1904. 



Edward Wilberforce=f=Fannie, dau. of 



of The Manor House, 
St. Margaret's, Ware, 
CO. Hertford ; bom 
at East Farleigh, co. 
Kent, 9 November, 
baptised there 18 
November 1834 ; 
educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
21 June 1854; a 
Student of the Inner 
Temple 19 April 
1855, called to the Bar 
17 November 1866, 
a Revising Barrister 
on the North- Eastern 
Circuit 1885, Master 
of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature ; 
Author of "Social 
Life in Munich," 
and other works. 



Alexander Flash 
of New Orleans, 
U.S.A. ; born at 
New Orleans in 
January 1832 ; 
marr. at Leghorn, 
Italy, 3 May 
i860; died at 61 
Belgrave Road, 
AVestminster, on 
Thursday, 3 1 Oc- 
tober 1895, bur. 
at East Farleigh. 
Admon granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 23 De- 
cember 1895, to 
Edward Wilber- 
force, husband. 




I 
Lionel Robert Wilberforce, born at Munich, Germany,= 
on Thursday, 18 April 1861, bapt. there; educated at 
the London International College, Isleworth, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1879, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887; Assistant 
Demonstrator Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, 
1887, Demonstrator 1890, University Lecturer in 
Physics 1900, Professor of Physics in the University 
of Liverpool since 1900. 



=Margaret, 2nd dau. of the Rev. William 
Raynes, Senior Tutor and Fellow of 
Clare College, Cambridge, by Helen 
Garnham his wife, dau. of William 
Wright Luard ; born at Cambridge on 
Friday, 30 September, bapt. at St. Bene- 
dict's, Cambridge, 30 November 1864; 
marr. at St. Mary-the-Less, Cambridge, 
on 'i'hursday, 13 August 1891. 



Herbert William Wrangham Wilberforce of Carr Head,= 
Cross Hills, co. York ; born at Munich, Germany, on 
Monday, 8 February 1864, bapt. at the British Legation, 
Munich ; Law Exhibitioner of London University, Scholar 
of Downing College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1882, B.A. (ist-class Law Tripos) and LL.B. 1885; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1888; J. P. for co. 
Middlesex 1907, Stipendiar)' Magistrate for Bradford, 
CO. York, 1908. 



=Florence, dau. of Charles James 
Monk of Bedwell Park, Hatfield, 
CO. Hertford, and of 5 Bucking- 
ham Gate, London, M.P., by 
Julia his wife, dau. of Pantia 
Stephen Ralli, Consul-General 
for Greece ; born at Connaught 
Place, London ; marr. at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster (by the 
Rt. Rev. Ernest Roland \\'ilber- 
force, Bishop of Newcastle, 
assisted by the Rev. William 
Francis Wilberforce), on Saturday, 
5 November 1892. 



Irene Florence, born at 9 Beaufort 
Gardens, London, on Tuesday, 
9 January, bapt. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, lo February 

1900. 



Judith Monica, bom at Drayton 
Hall, West Drayton, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 4 February, bapt. at 
West Drayton 14 March 1903. 



Alexander Basil Ed-= 
ward Wilberforce, 
born at Aylesbury 
Villa, Spring Grove, 
CO. Middlesex, on 
Whit Sunday, 9 June, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Woodlands, Isle- 
worth, CO. Middlesex, 
10 July 1867 ; died 
s.p. at Colorado 
Springs, U.S.A., in 
his 35th year, on 
Monday, 1 7 February 
1902, bur. at East 
Farleigh, co. Kent. 



=Matie, of Oak- 
dene, Stockton, 
California, U.S.A., 
dau. of R. C. 
Sargent of Stock- 
ton, California ; 
marr. at Stockton 
on Saturday, 29 
October 1898. 



Walter George Wrangham= 
of the Manor House, 
St. Margaret's, Ware, co. 
Hertford (2nd son of 
Walter Francis Wrangham 
of Hotham House, co. 
York, J. P., by Fanny his 
wife, only dau. of John 
Grimston of Neswick, co. 
York) ; bom at Hotham 
House 6 March, bapt. at 
Hotham i May 1872; 
of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1890, 
B.A. 1893, M.A. 1896; 
Barrister-at-Law of the 
Inner Temple 1896, Sub- 
Treasurer of the Inner 



Temple 1908. 



=Evelyn Agnes Fannie, 
born at Aylesbury Villa, 
Spring Grove, on Thurs- 
day, 23 November 187 1, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Woodlands, Isleworth, 
II January 1872; marr. 
at St. Stephen's, Glou- 
cester Road, London 
(by the Rt. Rev. Ernest 
Roland Wilberforce, 
Bishop of Chichester, 
assisted by her uncle, 
the Rev. W'illiam Francis 
Wilberforce and the 
Rev.FrancisWrangham), 
on Tuesday, 7 February 
1899. 



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Rt. Rev. Samuel \Vilberforce,-f=Emily, eldest dau. and coheir 
D.D., Bishop of Winchester of the Rev. John Sargent. 
(see page iig). 



Rev. Henry John Pye of Clifton Canipville=Emily Charlotte, born 

Hall, CO. Stafford (2nd son of Henry John at Heighwood Hill.co 

Pye of Clifton Campville Hall, co. Stafford, 

and of Pinner, co. Middlesex, J. P., D.L., 

by Mary Anne his wife, 3rd dau. of AViiliam 

Walker of East Barnet, co. Hertford); born 

at Chacombe Priory, co. Northampton, 31 

January 1827; educated at Eton and at 

Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 

Michaelmas Term, 1844, B.A. 1848, M.A. 

1852; Rector of Clifton Campville 1851 

to ig October 1858, Prebendary of Lichfield; became a Catholic 

in 1858 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 3 November 1873, called 

to the Bar 28 June 1876; J. P. for the counties of Stafford and 

Warwick; died s.p. at Clifton Campville Hall, in his 76th year, 

on Saturday, 3 January, bur. at Haunton, co. Stafford, on Thursday, 

8 January 1903. Will dated 22 November 1901, with codicil dated 

15 August 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 504, 1903) 3 April 1903, by 

Emily Charlotte Pye, widow, and Edward Argyle, the Exors. 



Middlesex, 29 April, 
bapt. at Totteridge, 
CO. Hertford, 4 June 
1830 ; marr. at Cud- 
desdon, co. Oxford 
(by her father), on 
Tuesday, 21 October 
1851. 



Herbert William Wilber- 
force, born at the Rectory, 
Brighstone, Isle of VN'ight, 
on Saturday, 29 June, 
bapt. at Brighstone 28 
July 1833 ; educated at 
Eton ; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy ; served in the 
Crimean and lialtic Cam- 
paigns ; died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, on Thursday, 
28 February 1856. 



A daughter, born on 
Thursday, 22 December 
1836, died the following 
day. 



Reginald Garton Wilberforce of Bramlands, Henfield,= 
CO. Sussex ; born at the Rectory, Brighstone, Isle of 
Wight, on Tuesday, 23 January, bapt. at Brighstone 
29 April 1838; educated at Radley ; Lieutenant 52nd 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry 1857, present at the siege of 
Delhi 1857 (medal with clasp); a Student of the Inner 
Temple 3 May 1862, called to the Bar 1 May 1871 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex, Alderman for West Sussex. 



Zi:x^ 




=.'\nna Maria, 3rd dau. of the Hon'''' 
Richard Denman of \V'estergate, 
Arundel, co. Sussex, by Emma his 
wife, youngest dau. of Hugh Jones 
of Lark Hill, co. Lancaster ; born at 
24 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, 
London, on Friday, 8 September 
1848, bapt. at St. John's, Paddington; 
marr. at Woollavington, co. Sussex 
(by the Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, 
Bishop of Winchester, assisted by 
her uncle, the Rev. the Hon'*'*' Lewis 
William Denman), on Tuesday, i6 
July 1867. 



Rev. Reginald William Wilberforce of= 
Bittering Hall, co. Norfolk ; born at 3 Hert- 
ford Street, Mayfair, I.^ndon, on Saturday, 
28 March, bapt. at Westminster Abbey 23 
April 1868; educated at Charterhouse and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1887, B.A. 1890, M.A. 
1894; of the Leeds Clergy School 1891 ; 
Perpetual Curate of Shocklach, co. Chester, 
1 900- 1 90 1, Rector of Christ Church, Crewe, 
CO. Chester, 1901-1902, and of Bittering 
Parva, co. Norfolk, 1904. 



^Katharine Theodosia Fountayne, youngest dau. 
of Sir Richard Price Puleston of Emral Park, 
CO. Flint, 3rd Baronet, by Catherine Judith his 
wife, dau. of Richard Fountayne-\Vilson of 
Melton Park, Doncaster, co. York, M.P. ; marr. 
at Westminster Abbey (by the Rt. Rev. Ernest 
Roland Wilberforce, Bishop of Chichester, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon Albert Basil Orme 
Wilberforce) on Wednesday, 19 April 1899 ; 
Patroness of the living of Bittering Parva. 



Barbara Fountayne, born on Friday, 
4 May, bapt. at Westminster Abbey 
19 June 1900. 

124 



Frances Mary, 3rd^Rt. Rev. Ernest Roland Wilberforce, Bishop=f=Emily Henrietta Maude, 



dau. of Sir Charles of Chichester ; born at the Rectory, Brigh- 
Henry John Anderson stone, Isle of Wight, 22 January, bapt. at 
of Broughton and of Brighstone 5 April 1840; educated at Harrow 
Lea Hall, co. Lincoln, and at Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
9th Baronet; born 10 6 May 1859, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1865, D.U. 
October 1840; marr. (by diploma) 15 June 1882, D.C.L. ; Rector 
at Lea on Tuesday, of Middleton Stoney, co. 0.xford, 1866-69, 
23 June 1863; died Vicar of Seaforth, co. Lancaster, 1873, 
s.p. at San Remo, Chaplain to the Bishop of Oxford 1865-70, 
Italy, aged 30, on Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Win- 
Friday, 21 October Chester 1870-73, Sub-Almoner to Queen 
1870, bur. at Lea. Victoria 1871-82, Canon of Winchester 
ist wife. and Warden of the Wilberforce Missionary 

College, Winchester, 1873-82, appointed first 
Bishop of Newcastle 1882, translated to 
Chichester 1895 ; died at Ducie House, Bembridge, Isle of Wight, 
aged 67, on Monday, 9 September, bur. in the churchyard at 
Westhampnett, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 14 September 1907, first 
part of service being held in Chichester Cathedral, also a Memorial 
service held in Newcastle Cathedral the same day. Will dated 
3 October 1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 1429, 1907) 28 October 1907, 
by Emily Henrietta Maude Wilberforce, relict, and George Harry 
Adams Connor, gent., two of the Exors. 



only dau. of the Ver)- 
Rev. George Henry 
Connor, Dean of Wind- 
sor, Registrar of the 
Garter, Domestic Chap- 
lain to Queen Victoria, 
by Katharine Maude 
his wife, dau. of John 
Worthington ; bom at 
Newport, Isle of Wight, 
24 June 1853, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, Southsea ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Newport (by the 
Rt. Rev. James Russell 
Woodford, Bishop of 
Ely, assisted by the 
Rev. Albert Basil Orme 
Wilberforce), on Wed- 
nesday, 14 October 1874. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Edward Russell ^^'alke^ (only son of the Ven'''"= John Russell A\'alker,= 
Archdeacon of Chichester, by Augusta his wife, dau. of W. H. Hornby) ; 
born at the Parsonage, Ringley, co. Lancaster, on Monday, 1 6 February, 
bapt. at Ringley 6 May 1874; educated at Winchester and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 October 1892, B.A. 1896, M.A. 1900; 
Curate of Portsea, co. Hants, 1897 ; died s.p. at Lindford, co. Hants, 
aged 28, on Friday, 3 October, bur. at Westhampnett 8 October 1902. 
Will dated 16 October r9oi, proved at Chichester 8 November 1902, by 
Ethel Maude Walker, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Ethel Maude, bom 
at the \'icarage, Sea- 
forth, on Sunday, 31 
October 1875, bapt. 
at Seaforth 2 January 
1876; married at 
Chichester Cathedral 
(by her father), on 
Tuesday, 9 July 
1901. 



Ernest John Wilberforce, 
bom at Lavington House, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 
8 April, bapt. at Wool- 
lavington, co. Sussex, 15 
May 1869 ; Barrister-at- 
Law of Gray's Inn 1900. 



Rev. Francis Richard Wilberforce,= 
born at Lavington House on 
Monday, 2 January, bapt. at ^Vool- 
la\-ington 30 January 187 1; of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1890, B.A. 
1895 ; Curate of St. Cuthbert's, 
Newcastle- on -Tyne, 1897-99, of 
Blyth, CO. Northumberland, 1900 
-1 90 1, and of Rudgwick, co. Susse.x, 
1902-1909. 

125 



=Florence, dau. of William John 
Evelyn of Wotton, co. Surrey, 
J.P., D.L., M.P., by Frances 
Harriet his wife, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. George Vaughan 
Chichester, Vicar of Drum- 
maul, CO. Antrim ; born 8 
March 1880 ; married in 
Henry VII.'s Chapel, West- 
minster Abbey, 20 April 1909. 



Ven'''' Albert Uasil Orme Wilberforce, D.D., Archdeacon of West-= 
minster ; born at Winchester 14 February, bapt. at Winchester 
Cathedral 11 March 1841 ; educated at Eton and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 13 March i860, 15.A. 1865, M.A. 
1867, B.l). and 1).I). 1894; Chaplain to the Bishop of Oxford 
1866-70, and to the Bishop of Winchester 1870-73, Rector of 
St. Mary's, Southamjnon, 1871-94, Hon. Canon of Winchester 
1876-94, Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester 1891, 
Rector of St. John-the-Evangelist, Westminster, 1894, Canon of 
Westminster 1894-1900, Chaplain to the House of Commons 1896, 
Archdeacon of Westminster 1900; Author of "The Trinity of 
Evil," 1885, "Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey," 1898, 
"New Theology," 1908, and other works. 



^Caroline Charlotte Jane, eldest 
surviving dau. of Captain 
Netherton Langford, R.N., by 
Caroline his wife, elder dau. of 
the Ven"' the Hon'''" James 
St. Ledger, Archdeacon of 
Cloyne ; born 19 July 1841 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London (by the Rt. 
Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop 
of \\'inchester), on Tuesday, 
28 November 1865; died at 
20 Dean's Yard, Westminster 
Abbey, on Saturday, 1 5 May, 
bur. in the Cloisters, West- 
minster Abbey, on Wednesday, 
19 May 1909. 

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Herbert William Wilberforce, born at Great Malvern on Wednesday,= 
4 July, bapt. at Cuddesdon, co. Oxford, i September 1866; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) 10 March 1886, 
Captain 16 December 1896, Major 7 April 1900; served in the Hazara 
Expedition 1891, as Orderly Ofificer (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 20 October 1891); A. B.C. to the Governor-General of Canada 
19 October 1895 to 3 March 1898; served in South African War as 
Special Service Officer (graded D.A.A.G.), 13 February 1900 to 22 October 
1900 ; including service as Assistant Provost-Marshal and us Assistant to 
Military Governor of Pretoria ; at operations in Orange Free State Feb- 
ruary to May 1900, including operations at Paardeherg ; actions at Poplar 
Grove, Karee Siding and Zand River ; in the Transvaal May and June 
1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill 
(11 and 12 June); employed with the South African Constabulary 
23 October 1900 to 31 December 1903; A.M.S. to General Officer 
Commanding-in-Chief, South Africa, 30 January 1906 to 31 March 1907; 
D.A.A.G. and Q.M.G. of East Lancashire Territorial Division 1909. 



=Eleanor Catherine, only 
dau. of Major-Cleneral 
Edward Micklem of 36 
Hans Place, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, by Eva 
his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Mathias Weguelin of 
44 Grosvenor Gardens, 
Westminster, M.P. ; 
marr. at Westminster 
Abbey (by the Yen'''' 
Albert Basil Orme Wil- 
berforce, assisted by the 
Rt. Rev. Ernest Roland 
Wilberforce, Bishop of 
Chichester) on Tuesday, 
7 March 1905. 



Edward Cornwall Lee (eldest son of Edward Arthur 
Lee of Fowley, Liphook, co. Hants, by Lucy 
Florence his wife, dau. of George Maconchy of co. 
Longford) ; born at Clareen, Torquay, on Monday, 
18 June 1877, bapt. at Torquay; educated at 
Winchester and at University College, Oxford. 



=Katharine Sybil, born at the Vicarage, Seaforth, 
CO. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 7 November, bapt. 
at Seaforth 17 December 1876; marr. at 
Chichester Cathedral (by her father, assisted 
by the Yen'''' Albert Basil Orme Wilberforce, 
Archdeacon of Westminster) on Tuesday, 16 
August 1904. 



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Samuel Wilberforce, born at Lavington= 
House, CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 19 
February, bapt. at Woollavington, co. 
Sussex, 16 March 1874 ; of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1893, B.A. 1896; 
of the Indian Civil Service. 



Richard Orme Wilberforce, 
bom II March 1907. 



^Katharine, 5th dau. of the Rt. Rev. John Sheepshanks, 
Bishop of Norwich, by Margaret his wife, dau. of William 
Hall Ryott of Thirsk, co. York, M.R.C.S. ; born at 84 
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, on Monday, 
2 May 1881 ; marr. in Norwich Cathedral (by her father) 
on Thursday, 31 May 1906. 



A daughter, born at 9 Radnor Park West, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 18 August 
1909. 

126 



Constance Isabel iVTary, 
born at 33 Queen's Gate 
Terrace, Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 
15 August 1868; died 
at Cuddesdon Palace, 
Whcatley, co. Oxford, 
on Friday, 18 September 
1868. 



Rev. Evory Hamilton Kennedy= 
(only son of Lieut. -Colonel Richard 
George Kennedy of the Indian Staff 
Corps, formerly of the i8th Hussars, 
by Agnes his wife, dau. of Alylmer 
Harris of the Indian Civil Service) ; 
born at Secunderabad, India, 7 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 21 August 1872; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1891, B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898; 
Rector of Gunthorpe with Bale, co. 
Norfolk, 1905. 



=Violet, bom at Winchester 
House, St. James' Square, 
Westminster, on Sunday, 6 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Queen's Gate, South Kensing- 
ton, London, 15 November 
1872; marr. in Henry VII. 's 
Chapel, Westminster Abbey 
(by her father, assisted by her 
uncle, the Rt. Rev. Ernest 
Roland Wilberforce, Bishop 
of Chichester) on Saturday, 
4 March 1905. 



Arthur Roland George Wilberforce, born at the Vicarage, Seaforth, co. Lancaster, on Friday, 
21 December 1877, bapt. at Seaforth 26 January 1878; educated at Winchester and at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Sussex Regiment 4 December 
1901, Lieutenant 3 September 1904; served in South African War 1901-1902, with the 
Imperial Yeomanry ; at operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony April to June 
1 90 1 (dangerously wounded), and in Cape Colony (Queen's medal); Assistant Secretary to 
Colonial Secretary of the Gold Coast. 



Stephen Dickenson Winkworth of Holly 
Lodge, Campden Hill, London (son of 
Stephen Winkworth of Holly Lodge, Camp- 
den Hill, by Emma his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Thomasson) ; born at 75 Upper Brook 
Street, Manchester, on Friday, 3 June 1864; 
educated at Clifton College and at Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 1 7 October 
1882, B.A. (3rd Law) 1886, M.A. 1889. /t\ 



=Dorothy Mary, born at Lavington House, co. 
Sussex, on Tuesday, 28 September, bapt. at 
WooUavington 28 October 1875 ; marr. there 
(by her uncle, the Rt. Rev. Ernest Roland 
Wilberforce, Bishop of Newcastle, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon Wilberforce, and her brother, 
the Rev. Reginald William Wilberforce) on 
Tuesday, 16 April 1895. 



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Henry Arden Franklyn of New Place, Shedfield, co. Hants=j=Emily Geraldine, bom at the 



(only son of Henry William Franklyn of Shedfield Lodge, by 
Annie Sophia his wife, dau. of Samuel Allenby) ; born at 
Shedfield Lodge on Friday, 17 November 1876; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant 68th Foot (Durham Light Infantry) 
18 April 1900, Lieutenant 11 September 1901 ; served in 
South African War 1900- 190 2, at operations in the Transvaal 
30 November 1900 to 31 May 1902 (Queen's medal with 
clasp. King's medal with two clasps). /t\ 



Close, Winchester, on Tuesday, 
28 February, bapt. at Winches- 
ter Cathedral 10 April 1882 ; 
marr. at Chichester Cathedral 
(by her father) on Tuesday, 
24 July 1906. 



Phoebe Mary, born 18 April, bapt. Ernest Victor Samuel William Robert Sargent Wilber- 

at Benwell, co. Northumberland, Wilberforce, born 30 force, born 12 June, bapt. at 

on Saturday, 20 April, died at June, bapt. at Newcastle Newcastle Cathedral 12 July 

Benwell Tower the same day, bur. Cathedral 28 July 1891; 1893; educated at Winchester 

at Benwell 22 April 1889. educated at Eton. College. 



Arnold Reckitt (youngest=j=Anna Barbara, bom at Lavington 



son of Francis Reckitt of 
178 Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, 
J. P. for the counties 
of Middlesex and Lon- 
don) ; of King's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1892, 
B.A. 1895, M.A. 1899. 



House, CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 
14 August, bapt. at Woollavington, 
CO. Sussex, 17 September 1879; 
marr. at Woodmancote, co. Sussex 
(by her uncle, the Rt. Rev. Ernest 
Roland Wilberforce, Bishop of 
Chichester, assisted by her brother, 
the Rev. Francis Richard Wilber- 
force), on Tuesday, 24 April 1906. 



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Emily Susan, bom at Laving- 
ton House on Thursday, 1 7 
February, bapt. at Wool- 
lavington 19 March 1881. 



Octavia Margaret, born at 
Lavington House on Sun- 
day, 8 January, bapt. at 
Woollavington 8 Februarv 
1888. 



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128 



ROSEBERY. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : ist and 4th, 
Vert three primroses within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory or, Primrose; 2nd and 3rd, Argent a 
lion rampant double-queued sable, Cressy. 

Crest. — A demi-lion gules holding in dexter paw a primrose or. 

Supporters. — Two lions rampant vert. 

Motto. — Fide et fiducia. 



BRoscbrrp, 



Harriet, 2nd dau. of the Hon''''= 
Bartholomew Boiiverie, M.P. 
for Downton (and grand- 
tlaughtcr of \Villiani, ist Earl 
of Radnor), by Mary W'ynd- 
ham his wife, 2nd dau. of 
the Hon*''" James Everard 
Arundel ; marr. by special 
licence at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 20 May 
1808 (marriage dissolved in 
1815). She marr. 2ndly at 
Stutgartt, Wiirtemberg, Ger- 
many (by special permission 
of the King of Wiirtemberg), 
in 18 1 5, as his 2nd wife, 
Sir Henry St. John Carew 
St. John Mildmay, Haronet ; 
born 15 April 1787 ; M.P. for 
the City of Winchester; a 
Knight of the Order of 
St. Joachim ; succeeded his 
father as 4th Baronet 1 1 
November 1808; died 17 
January 1848. She died, 
leaving issue, 9 December 
1834. I St wife. 



=Sir Archibald John Primrose, Earl= 
of Roscbery, Viscount Rosebery, 
Viscount of Invcrkcilhiiig, Baron 
Primrose and Dalnieny, in the Peer- 
age of Scotland, Baron Ro.sebery of 
Rosebery, co. Edinburgh, in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, and 
a Baronet of Nova Scotia, K.T., 
P.C., D.C.L. (elder son of Sir Neil, 
3rd Earl of Rosebery, K.T., by Mary 
his wife, only dau. of Sir Francis 
Vincent, 7th Baronet, M.P.) ; bom 
14 October 1783; Lord- Lieutenant 
(Sheriff Principal) for co. Linlithgow ; 
KLP. for Helston 1805 and for Cashel 
1806; succeeded his father as 4th 
Earl 25 March 1814; created Baron 
Rosebery of Rosebery, co. Edinburgh, 
in the Peerage of the United King- 
dom, 26 January 1828; died at 139 
Piccadilly, London, aged 84, on 
Wednesday, 4 March 1S68, bur. at 
Dalmeny. Will dated 19 February 
1851, with ten codicils dated 22 
February 1851 to 13 L^eceniber 1867, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 421, 68) 15 June 
1 868, by Henry, Earl of Effingham, 
the Hon''''' Bouverie Francis Primrose, 
son, and ILirry Ceorgc, Duke of 
Cleveland, the surviving Exors. 



=Hon'''' Anne Margaret, 
eldest dau. of Thomas 
William, ist Viscount 
Anson, by Anne Mar- 
garet his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Thomas William 
Coke of Holkham Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, afterwards 
Earl of Leicester {see 
Pedigree of Leicester, 
Vol. 8, page 1^4) ; marr. 
at Holkham 1 2 August 
1 8 19; died at 139 
Piccadilly, London, on 
Saturday, 19 August 
1882, bur. at Dalmeny. 
Adinon (with will 
annexed, dated 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 187 1 ) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 942, 82) 11 
December 1882, to the 
Hon'''' Bouverie Francis 
Primrose, one of the 
residuary legatees. 2nd 
wife. 



Archibald Primrose, Lord= 
Dalmeny ; born at Bixley Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, 2 October 1809; 
M.P. for CO. Stirling 1833-47 ; 
Lord of the Admiralty April 
1835 to August 1841 ; Vice- 
Lieutenant of the County of 
Linlithgow 1844 ; died at 
Dalmeny Park, co. Linlithgow, 
pn Thursday, 23 January 185 1, 
bur. at Dalmeny. Adirion was 
granted (P.C.C.) 29 J[uly 185 1, 
to the Hon'''"' Bouverie Francis 
Primrose, uncle and guardian 
of the Hon'''"= Mary Catherine 
Constance Primrose, spinster, 
the Hon'''' Archibald Primrose, 
the Hon'"'"' Everard Henry 
Primrose, infants, children of 
deceased. 



=Lady Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, only dau. of Philip Henry, 
4th Earl Stanhope, by the Hon'''"= Catherine Lucy his wife, 
and dau. of Robert, Lord Carrington ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 20 September 1843; marr. 2ndly 
at Chevening, co. Kent, 12 August 1854, Harry George, 
4th Duke of Cleveland, K.G., D.C.L. ; born 19 April 1803; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1829; attached to the Embassy 
at Paris 1829, Secretary to the Legation at Stockholm 1838; 
IVLP. for South Durham 1841-59, and for Hastings 1859-64; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 18 November 1864, the 
surname and arms of Powlett ; D.C.L. 1876, Hon. D.C.L. 
Durham 1882 ; succeeded his brother, William John 
Frederick, as 4th Duke, 6 September 1864; died at Cleveland 
House, 17 St. James' Square, London, aged 88, on Friday, 
21 August 1891. Will dated 22 July 1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1071, 91) 24 November 1891, by William Waldegrave, 
Viscount Wolmer, and Frederick George Hilton Price, the 
Exors. She died at Weisbaden, Prussia, aged 82, on 
Saturday, 18 May, and was bur. at Staindrop, co. Durham, 
on Friday, 24 May igoi. Will dated 10 October 1891, 
with two codicils dated respectively 27 January 1894 and 
8 February 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 133, igoi) 17 June 
1901, by Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery, K.G., and 
Arthur Philip, Earl Stanhope, the Exors. 



Rt. Hon'''"= Henr)' Tufnell (elder son of William Tufnell of=j=Anne, marr. at St. 



1 



Chichester, co. Sussex, by Mary his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Carleton of South Carleton, co. Lincoln) ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 May 1825, aged 19, B.A. 
1829; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 1827 ; M.P. for Ipswich 1837 
and for Devonport January 1840 to May 1854, Secretary of 
the Treasury 1846-50; Privy Councillor 1850. He marr. istly 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on Tuesday, 29 June 
1830, Anne Augusta, eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon'''' Sir Robert 
Wilmot-Horton of Osmaston, co. Derby, 3rd Baronet, who died 
at Hill Side, King's Langley, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 16 July 
1843. He marr. 2ndly at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London, on Tuesday, 24 September 1844, Lady Frances, 
2nd dau. of Field-Marshal John, ist Earl of Strafford, P.C, 
G.C.B., G.C.H., who died at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 4 June 1846. He died at Catton Hall on Thursday, 
15 June 1854. Will dated 30 April 1849, with two codicils 
dated respectively 26 February 1852 and 29 February 1852, 
proved (P.C.C. 572, 54) 11 July 1854, by Edward Carleton 
Tufnell, brother, the sole Exor. A 



Louisa, 
died 23 
March 
1870. 



George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 30 
May 1848 ; died 
at 24 Chesham 
Place, London, on Wednes- 
day, 17 September 1862. 
Adfnon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 6 October 
1862, to Edward Carle- 
ton Tufnell, the surviving 
guardian of Henry Archibald 
Tufnell, a minor, son, and 
only next of kin. 3rd wife. 



Sir John Dunlop of Dunlop, co. Ayr, Baronet (eldest= 
son of Genera] James Dunlop, M.P. for Kircudbright, 
by Julia his wife, dau. of Hugh Baillie) ; of the 
Grenadier Guards, Ensign and Lieutenant 26 May 
1825, Lieutenant and Captain 1830; M.P. for co. Ayr 
3 July 1835 to April 1839; created a Baronet 28 June 

1838. He marr. istly at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 17 November 1829, Charlotte Constance, 
dau. of General Sir Richard Downs Jackson, K.C.H. 
He died at Hastings, co. Sussex, aged 35, 3 April 

1839, and was bur. at St. Mary de Castro, Hastings. 
Will dated 8 November 1838, with two codicils 
dated respectively 8 March 1839 and 30 March 1839, 
proved (P.C.C. 354 Vaut^han) 17 June 1839, by Hugh 
Dunlop, brother, one of the Exors. 



^Harriet, bom at Duddington House, 
CO. Northampton, 13 October 18 10; 
marr. 29 October 1835; died at 27 
Burton Street, Chester Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 8 March 
1876. Adinon (with will dated 
I March 1866, with two codicils 
dated respectively 2 November 1867 
and 10 April 1869) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 474, 76) 8 June 1876, 
to the Hon'''' Bouverie Francis 
Primrose, brother, the residuary legatee. 
2nd wife. 



Henry ^\^alter Hope of Lufifness, co. Haddington (eldest son of=pMary Catherine Constance, 
George William Hope of Luffness, M.P. for Windsor, by the born at Wardie, near Edin 



Hon*"'" Caroline Georgina his wife, dau. of Henry James, 2nd 
Lord Montague of Boughton) ; born at Ditton Park, Windsor, 
CO. Berks, on Saturday, 17 August 1839 ; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 December 1857; of 
the Grenadier Guards, Ensign 23 April 1858, Lieutenant 1858, 
and Captain East Lothian and Berwick Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
J. P. and D.L. for East Lothian and for co. Fife. /t\ 



burgh, 19 November 1844; 
received patent of prece- 
dence as daughter of an 
Earl 30 May 1868 : marr. at 
Staindrop, co. Durham, on 
Thursday, 8 October 1885. 



I I 

Mary Anne, Lieut.-Colonel Bouverie Francis Primrose, C.B.,= 

born in Port- VM). ; born 19 September 1813; of Trinity 

man Square, College, Cambridge ; Lieut.-Colonel The Queen's 

I^ndon, 23 City of Edinburgh Rifle Volunteer Brigade 

April 1812 ; 1873; 15- L. for co. Edinburgh ; Receiver-General 

died in Picca- to the Post Office, Scotland, Secretary to Board 

dilly, London, of Manufactures and Fishery Board in Scotland ; 

i9AIayi826. Brigadier-General of the Royal Body Guard of 

Scotch Archers; created C.B. 10 May 1876; 

died at 22 Moray Place, I'^dinburgh, on Sunday, 

20 March, bur. at .St. John's Episcopal Church, 

Edinburgh, on Thursday, 24 March i8y8. Will 

with confirmation of Archibald Philip, Earl 

of Rosebery, K.G., K.T., Charles Archibald 

Murray, Henry ^Viliiam Primrose, C.B., C.S.L, 

and Edward Neil Primrose, sealed in London 

20 June 1898. 



=Hon'''' Frederica Sophia, 4th 
dau. of Thomas William, 

I St Viscount Anson, by Anne 
Margaret his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Thomas U'illiani Coke of 
Holkham Hall, co. Norfolk, 
afterwards Earl of Leicester 
(see Pedigree of Leicester, 
Vol. 8, page 1^4) ; marr. 
at St. (ieorge's, Hanover 
Square, London, 21 -April 
1838 ; died at 22 Moray 
Place, Edinburgh, on P'riday, 

II October 1867, bur. at 
St. John's Episcopal Church, 
Edinburgh. 



Margaret Sophia, 
born 24 May 
1839 ; died at 
22 Moray Place, 
Edinburgh, on 
Sunday, 26 De- 
cember 1858, 
and bur. at St. 
John's Episcopal 
Church, Edin- 
burgh. 



George William Mercer- Henderson= 
of Fordell, co. Fife (elder son of 
Lieut.- General Douglas Mercer 
[afterwards Mercer-Henderson], C.B., 
by Susan Arabella his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Sir William Rowley of Tendring 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, Baronet) ; of the 
Scots Fusilier Guards, Ensign and 
Lieutenant 27 March 1840, Lieu- 
tenant and Captain 1846 ; Vice- 
Lieutenant for CO. Fife; died s.p. 
at Fordell House, Inverkeithing, co. 
Fife, on Monday, 17 October 1881. 
Will dated Tuesday, 21 July 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 299, 82) 25 April 
1882, by William Drummond of 
Croydon, co. Surrey, gent., the 
surviving Eicor. 



I 
=Alice Jane, born 14 March 1842, 
bapt. at St. John's Episcopal 
Church, Edinburgh; marr. at 22 
Moray I'lace, Edinburgh, on Thurs- 
day, 16 April 1868; marr. 2ndly 
at 22 Moray Place, Edinburgh, 
on Tuesday, 27 December 1887, 
John Bellingham of La Trouvaille, 
Tresserve, Aix-en-Savoie, France 
(3rd son of William Stewart 
Bellingham of Ravensdale, co. 
Kildare, and The Cliff, Howth, 
CO. Dublin, by Jane his wife, 
youngest dau. and coheir of Henry 
Bellingham, Major ist Bengal Native 
Infantry); born 27 June 1847. 



Henry, Baron Leconfield ; born at Brighton, co. Sussex, 31 July 1830;^ 
of Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 15 June 1848; of the ist Life 
Guards, Comet and Sub-Lieutenant 27 April 1849, Lieutenant 1852, 
Captain 1855; J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex; Vice-Chairman and 
Alderman of the West Su.sscx County Council; M.P. for West Sussex 
1854-69; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron i8 March 1869; died at 
Chesterfield Gardens, Westminster, on Sunday, 6 January, bur. at 
Petworth, co. Sussex, on Thursdaj, 10 January 1901. Will dated 18 
April 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 23, 1901) 16 April 1901, by the 
Hon'''"^ Percy Scawen Wyndhani, brother, and Herbert James Hope, 
two of the Exors. /K 



=Constance Evelyn, 
born in 1846; re- 
ceived patent of 
precedence as the 
daughter of an 
Earl 30 May 1868 ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
15 July 1867. 



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Francis Archibald Primrose=j=Jane, dau. of George King of AV'aratah, 



of Carrington, Toowoomba, 
Queensland ; bom 29 Oc- 
tober 1843. 



Sydney, New South Wales, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Hugh Crichton ; bom 23 
November 1 848 ; marr. at St. John's, 
Darlinghurst, Sydney, 12 November 1872. 



Frederica Mary, born 
at \Vardie, near Edin- 
burgh, 2 1 March 
1845, baptised at 
St. John's Episcopal 
Church, Edinburgh. 



Frederica Jane, bom at Carrington, Toowoomba, 
Queensland, 21 November 1873, bapt. there. 



Sir Archibald Philip Primrose, Earl of Rosebery, Viscount Rosebery,= 
Viscount of Inverkeithing, Baron Primrose and Dalmeny, in the 
Peerage of Scotland, Baron Rosebery of Rosebery, co. Edinburgh, in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia, K.G., 
K.T., P.C., LL.D., D.C.L. ; born in Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Friday, 7 May 1847; succeeded his grandfather, Archibald 
John, as 5th Earl, 4 March 1868; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 January 1866, Hon. Student 1894 ; 
Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1879, Aberdeen 1881, Edinburgh 1882 and 
Cambridge 1888; Lord-Rector of Aberdeen University 1878-81, of 
Edinburgh University 1882-83, ^"d of Glasgow University 1899-1902, 
Chancellor of London University 1902, and of Glasgow University 
1908 ; a Trustee of the Imperial Institute ; Commissioner on Scottish 
Endowments 1872 ; J. P. for co. Buckingham, Lord-Lieutenant for 
the counties of Linlithgow 1873, and Edinburgh 1884 ; an Elder 
Brother of Trinity House, High Steward of Kingston-on-Thames 
1901 ; Hon. Colonel (V.D.) loth (Cyclists) Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment), and President of Linlithgow and Midlothian Territorial 
Force Association, 1908; Brigadier-General of the Royal Body Guard of 
Scotch Archers ; Member of the Committee of Council on Education 
in Scotland 1881; Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department 
1881-83, Lord Privy Seal and First Commissioner of Works and 
Public Buildings February to June 1885, Temporary Keeper of the 
Great Seal of Scotland 1885, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 
February to July 18S6 and August 1892 to March 1894, Prime Minister, 
First Lord of the Treasury and Lord President of the Council, March 
1894 to June 1895 ; sworn a Privy Councillor 1881 ; first Chairman of 
the London County Council 1889-90, and 1892 ; created K.G. 23 
November 1892, K.T. 28 June 1895. 



=Hannah, only child 
and heiress of Baron 
Meyer Amschel de 
Rothschild of Ment- 
more, J. P. and D.L., 
M.P. for Hythe, by 
Juliana his wife, 
eldest dau. of Isaac 
Cohen ; marr. at 
Christ Church, May- 
fair, London, 20 
March 1878; died 
at Dalmeny on 
Wednesday, 19 No- 
vember, bur. in the 
Cemetery of the 
United Synagogue, 
\\'illesden, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Tuesday, 
25 November 1890. 
Will dated 25 July 
1878, with codicil 
of same date, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 86, 91) 
I January 1891, by 
Archibald Philip, 
Earl of Rosebery, 
the sole Exor. 



I 



Charles John Cecil Grant (eldest son of Lieut.-General Sir Robert Grant,=j=Sybil Myra Caroline, 



G.C.B., R.E., by Victoria Alexandrina his wife, dau. of John Cotes of 
Woodcote, CO. Salop); born 16 August 1877; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion Coldstream Guards 20 February 1897, 
Lieutenant 11 May 1898, Adjutant i July 1902; served in South 
African War 1899-1901, at the advance on Kiniberley, including action 
at Belmont (wounded) ; operations in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, 
July to 29 November 1900, including action at Belfast (20 and 27 
August). Operations in the Orange River Colony November 1900, 
Transport Officer to a Column, and performed duties of Railway Staff 
Officer (medal with three clasps). /t\ 

135 



bom at 107 Picca- 
dilly, London, on 
Thursday, 18 Sep- 
tember 1879 ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Epsom, CO. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 28 
March 1903. 



Sir Henry William Primrose, K.C.B., C.S.I., I.S.O. ; bom= 
2 2 August 1846 ; educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 
1865, H.A. 1870; entered the Treasury as Clerk in 1869, 
rrivate Secretary to the Viceroy of India (Marquis of 
Ripon) 1880-S4, and to the Prime Minister (William Ewart 
Gladstone) 1886, Secretary to the Office of Works and 
Public Buildings 1886-95; Chairman of the Board of 
Customs 1895-99, and to the Board of Inland Revenue 
1899-1907 ; acted as British Delegate to Sugar Bounties 
Conference at Brussels 1901 ; Chairman of the Pacific 
Cable Board since 1907; nominated C.S.I. 1 Januarj' 1885, 
C.B. 1895, K.C.B. 2 January 1899, Companion I.S.O. 
1904- 



=Helen Mary, eldest dau. of 
Gilbert McMicking of Miltonise, 
CO. WigtowTi, J. P. and D.L., by 
Helen his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Macfarlane of Thomhill, co. 
Stirling ; marr. at Westminster 
Abbey on Friday, 2 November 
1888. She married istly at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 31 
May 1871, Richard Denman, bom 
3 January 1842 ; died 5 April 1883 ; 
and 2ndly, James Montgomery 
Walker. 



Archibald Henry Reginald Primrose, 
born 14 December 1889. 



Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart, M.D.,=pl)orothy, born at Carrington, 



LL.D., Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 
in Sydney University, New South Wales, 
and Professor of Physiology (son of 
Alexander Stuart) ; born at Dumfries. 



Toowoomba, Queensland, 31 
January 1874, bapt. there; 
marr. at Toowoomba 17 
September 1894. 



A 



Louisa Wilhelmina, 
bom at Carrington 
26 October 1876, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Carrington. 



I 
Lieut.-Colonel Everard Henry Primrose, born 8 September 1848; received patent of precedence 
as a younger son of an Earl 30 May 1868; entered the Army as Lieutenant 11 April 1868, Captain 
21 August 1870, Brigade-Major (Home District) 1876-78, Lieut.-Colonel Grenadier Guards 
14 December 187S, Military Attach^ at Vienna 1879 to September 1884; died unmarried 
at Abu Fatmeh, Egy])t, on Thursday, 9 April 1885. Will dated 31 December 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 562, 85) 29 June 1885, by Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery, brother, one of 
the Exors. 



Robert Offley Ashburton, Earl of Crewe ; born 12 January 1858; educated= 
at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1885 ; 
formerly Captain Berkshire Yeomanry Cavalry; a Ix)rd-in- Waiting to 
Queen Victoria 1886; J. P. and County Alderman for West Riding of 
CO. York, J. P. for co. Chester; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland August 1892 
to July 1895 ; appointed Lord President of the Council December 
1905 ; assumed by Royal Licence dated 8 June 1894, the name and arms 
of Crewe in addition to and before that of Milnes ; succeeded his father 
as 2nd Baron Houghton 11 August 1885, and was created Earl of Crewe 
of Crewe, co. Chester, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 1895. He 
married istly 3 June 1880, Sibyl Marcia, 4th dau. of Sir Frederick Ulric 
Graham of Netherby, co. Cumberland, Baronet, who died at Crewe Hall, 
CO. Chester, on Monday, ig September 1887. 

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=Margaret Etrenne 
Hannah, born at 
The Durdans, 
Epsom, CO. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 1 Jan- 
uary 1881 ; marr. 
at Westminster 
Abbey 20 April 
1899. 2nd wife. 



Gilbert Edward= 
Primrose, bom 
in Edinburgh 27 
February 1848, 
bapt. at St. 
John'sEpiscopal 
Church, Edin- 
burgh; educated 
at Glenalmond 
College. 



=Jessie Katherine, 
dau. of Lieuten- 
ant Costelloe of 
Lackeen Castle, 
CO. Tipperary ; 
marr. at Brisbane, 
Queensland, 13 
May 1893. 



Vice-Admiral George Anson Primrose,= 
R.N. ; born 21 September 1849; 
entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet 
in March 1863, Sub-Lieutenant 16 
June 1869, Lieutenant 23 September 
1873, Commander 31 December 
1884, Captain 30 June 1892, retired 
10 December 1903 ; Rear- Admiral 
on retired list 20 October 1904; 
Vice-Admiral 1908. 



=T=Mary Cecilia Violet, 
dau. of Thomas 
Edward Kenny of 
Thorn vale, Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, M.P.; 
marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Sheemess, 
CO. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 30 April 1889. 



I . 
Marjorie Frances^ born at The 

Shrubbery, Southsea, co. Hants, 

on Sunday, 9 March 1890. 



Adela Blanche Margaret, bom at 
Weymouth, co. Dorset, on Thurs- 
day, 5 February 1891. 



John Colpoys Connor (son of John Connor); born 13 August=j=Evelyn, bom at Carrington, 



1867; educated at Queen's College, Belfast, M.B., B.Ch. 
1889; Captain Royal Army Medical Corps 31 January 1891, 
Major 31 January 1903; served in South African War 1899-1902 
(Queen's medal with two clasps. King's medal with two clasps). 



A 



Toowoomba, Queensland, 26 
June 1878 ; marr. at St. 
Jude's, Southsea, co. Hants, 
20 June 1906. 



Albert Edward Harry Meyer Archibald= 
Primrose, Lord Dalmeny, of Rose- 
bery, co. Edinburgh, and of 36 
Berkeley Square, London ; born 8 
January 1882 ; educated at Eton 
and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; 2nd-Lieutenant Grena- 
dier Guards 1902- 1903, Lieutenant 
Reserve of Officers, and Vice-Chair- 
man of Buckinghamshire Territorial 
Force Association 1908; M.P. for 
CO. Edinburgh (Midlothian) 1906 ; 
J. P. for CO. Buckingham 1908. 



=Dorothy Alice Margaret 
Augusta, younger dau. 
of Lord Henry George 
Grosvenor, by Dora 
Mina his wife, eldest 
dau. of James Hay 
Erskine-Wemyss ; born 
at Stamford on Friday, 
22 August 1890; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on 
Thursday, 1 5 April 
1909. 



Neil James Archibald Primrose, 
born at Dalmeny Park, co. 
Linlithgow, on Thursday, 14 
December 1882; educated at 
Eton and at New College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1906; 2nd 
Lieutenant Buckinghamshire 
Hussars Yeomanry 1909 ', 
Alderman London County 
Council 1909; M.P. for Cam- 
bridgeshire (North) 26 January 
1910. 



137 



Carleton Tufnell of Dollars House, Hurlford, co. Ayr (eldest son of=Charlotte Henrietta, 
Edward Carleton Tufnell, Barrister-at-Law, by Honoria Mary his wife, born 1 8 October 1851, 
only dau. of Colonel William Macadam, K.H.); born at 16 Chester 
Street, Belgrave Square, London, on Sunday, 13 June 1847; Com- 
mander R.N. ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Ayr; died s.p. at Woodlands, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 45, on Tuesday, 10 January, bur. in 
the Cemetery, Bournemouth, 14 January 1893. Will with confirmation 
of Charlotte Henrietta Tufnell, relict, the Rev. Frederick Tufnell, 
James Craik, Writer to the Signet, sealed in London 7 April 1893. 



bapt. at St. John's 
Episcopal Church, 
Edinburgh ; marr. 
there on Thursday, 
10 January 1878. 



Arthur John Primrose, bom at Edinburgh 18 June 1853, bapt. at 
St. John's Episcopal Church, Edinburgh ; educated at Glenalmond 
College ; of the Bengal Civil Service, Assistant Magistrate and 
Collector, Mozuffcrpore, Bengal, Officiating Joint Magistrate 
(2nd Grade) ; died unmarried, being drowned while crossing from 
Ostend to Dover, 13 September 1888. Confirmation of the 
Commissariot of the county of Edinburgh, dated 4 May 1889, of 
the Hon*"'' Bouverie Francis Primrose, sometime of the Bengal 
Civil Service. Sealed in London 1 6 May 1 889. 



Edward Neil Primrose, 
born 19 November 1854, 
bapt. at St. John's 
Episcopal Church, Edin- 
burgh ; educated at 
Glenalmond College ; 
died at Tzarskoe Selo, 
St. Petersburg, aged 56, 
on Friday, 25 February 
1910. 



Archibald Bouverie Prim- 
rose, born at 'I'oowoomba, 
Queensland, 23 June 188 1, 
bapt. at the Cathedral, 
Brisbane. 



Constance Margaret, born at Carrington, 
Queensland, 18 January 1886; marr. at 
St. Jude's, Southsea, co. Hants, 5 June 
1907, James Macpherson, D.S.O., Captain 
Indian Army, son of Lieut .-Colonel Robert 
Naysmith Macpherson. =p 



Gwendolen Gertrude 
Maude, born at 
Carrington 24 January 
1888, bapt. at Too- 
woomba. 



138 



tacej. 



Courtney Stacey of SandHng=pCharlotte, 5th dau. of \V'illiam George Daniel-Tyssen of Foley 



Place, Maidstone, co. Kent 
(2nd son of Flint Stacey, by 
Mary Antoinette his wife) ; 
born 10 October 1789; died 
at Sandling Place, Maidstone, 
aged 63, on Tuesday, 18 
January 1853. Will dated 
4 November 1851, proved 
(P.C.C. 225, 53) 3 March 
1853, by Charlotte Stacey, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



House, CO. Kent, also of Hackney, co. Middlesex, of Foulden 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, and of Westbrooke House, co. Dorset, 
by Amelia his wife, only surviving dau. and heir of Captain 
John Amhurst, R.N. ; bom 12 July i8oo; marr. 11 June 
1823; died at Folkestone, co. Kent, aged 71, on Monday, 
12 February 1872. Will dated 31 October 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 206, 72) i March 1872, by Edward Hoar of 
Maidstone, the sole Exor. 

(See Pedigree of Amherst of Hackney, 
Vol. I J, page 6g.) 



Courtney Parker Tyssen Stacey, 
born 5 April 1824; entered 
the Army as Ensign 45th Foot 
28 July 1843, afterwards 
Lieutenant ; died at Woburn 
Village, near Fort Hare, British 
Kaffraria, South Africa, aged 26, 
on Wednesday, 25 December 
1850. 



Flint William Stacey,= 
born 28 March 1827; 
emigrated to Barker's 
Creek, Castlemaine, 
Victoria, Australia ; 
died there 5 January 
1902, and buried in 
Australia. 



=Elizabeth Mary Crock- 
well, born at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, in 1829; 
marr. in Australia 8 
November 1853; died 
circa April 1899. 



Charles Am- 
herst Stacey, 
born 23 April 
1829; died 4 
Januaryi830. 



Julia Amherst Mary, 
born 1 6 November 
1854 ; married 30 June 
1879, David ^Martin. 

I 

Gertrude Camilla, born 
10 September 1857. 



Minnie Auchmuty Tyssen, born 
21 Januarj' i860; died, aged 
about 6 years. 



Octavia Laura, born 18 Feb- 
ruary 1862 ; marr. 22 November 
1897, James Rutherford Barker. 



Courtney Tyssen Randall Stacey, 
born 7 July 1864; died 10 Sep- 
tember 1866. 



Frances Minnie Amherst, born 
31 August, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Castlemaine, Victoria, 27 October 
1866. 



David Francis Atcherley of Marton Hall, co. Salop, of= 
Whatcroft Hall, co. Chester, and of Cymman, co. Flint 
(eldest son of David Francis Atcherley of Marton, 
F.R.S., Serjeant-at-Law, Attorney-General for the counties 
palatine of Lancaster and Durham, by Anne Margaret 
his wife, 2nd dau. of James Topping of Whatcroft Hall, 
K.C.) ; born i July 1828; of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 December 1836, aged 18, B.A. 1842, 
M.A. 1864; of Lincoln's Inn 8 May 1840; Lord of the 
Manor of Marton, J. P. for the counties of Salop and 
Flint and D.L. for co. Salop, High Sheriff for co. Salop 
1864; died at 51 South Street, Park Lane, London, on 
Tuesday, 3 May 18S7. Will dated 7 April 1880, with 
codicil dated 29 Januar)' 1886, proved at Shrewsbury 
2 August 1887, by Minnie Caroline Frances Amherst 
Atcherley, relict, the sole Executrix. /K 



^Caroline Frances Amherst (Minnie), 
born 21 September 1833; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Saturday, 10 February 
1866; died at 56 Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 6 June 1889. Will dated 21 
January 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 
880, 89) 7 November 1889, by 
Charles Parker Catty, retired 
Major-General, and Amherst Daniel 
Tyssen, the Exors. 



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William Brodnax Knight (5th son of Edward Knight of=j=Louisa Octavia Charlotte, 

Goduiershani Park, co. Kent, and of Chawton House, co. Hants, 

by Mary Dorothea his wife, eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon'''^ Sir 

Edward KnatchbuU of Mersham Hatch, co. Kent, M.P., 9th 

Baronet); born 3 February 1838; Lieutenant 72 nd Bengal 

Native Infantry i July 1857, served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the 

Indian Mutiny, including siege and capture of Lucknow (medal 

with clasp); Ensign 84th Foot 24 January i860, Lieutenant 

1863, Captain 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) 1870; died 

4 November, bur. at Chawton 7 November 1896. 



born 19 March 1835 , 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London (by 
the Rev. Charles Edward 
Knight, Rector of Chaw- 
ton), on Thursday, 5 
March 1863. 



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Anthony Molloy Fawcett, Cornet 9th (The Queen's Royal) Lancers 16= 
April 1852, Lieutenant 28 January 1853, Captain 12 January 1855, 
retired as Major i May 1866; served in the Crimea 1854-55, with 
the soth Foot, at the battles of Alma and Inkerman and siege of 
Sebastopol (medal with three clasps and Turkish medal); served with 
the 9th Lancers in the Indian Mutiny 1857-59, commanded a squadron 
at the battle of Budlekeserai, and throughout the siege and capture of 
Delhi, also with Greathed's column in the action of Bolundshur and 
Allyghur, and at Meraigunge ; present at the relief of Lucknow by 
Lord Clyde, and at battle of Cawnpore on 6 December 1857 (medal 
with two clasps and a year's service for Lucknow); died 13 February 
1 90 1, bur. at Ramsgate. 



= Laura Mary Sophia, 
born 31 .'Xugust 
1 836 ; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, 
London, on ^Ved- 
nesday, 2 1 January 
1863. 



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^pooner. 



Ven'''' William Spooner, 4th son of Isaac Spooner of Elmdon Hall, co.=f 
Warwick, by Barbara his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Henry Gough of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, Baronet, brother of Abraham Spooner Lillingston of Elmdon 
Hall (see Vol. g, page jj) ; bom at Birches Green, co. Warwick, on 
Thursday, 20 August, bapt. privately the same day, received into the church ' 
at Aston 28 November 1778 ; educated at Rugby and at St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1796, B.A. 1800, M.A. 1803; Rector of I 
Elmdon 30 November 1802 until his death. Vicar of Chipping Campden, I 
CO. Gloucester, 30 April 1815, Rector of Acle, co. Norfolk, 8 May 1824 
until his death. Archdeacon of Coventry 1827, resigned March 1851, 
Prebendary of Lichfield 4 June 1828 to 185 1 : died at the Rectory, Elmdon, 
aged 79, 2 September, bur. at Elmdon 9 September 1857. M.I. 1 
(See " Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. 7, page 61). Will dated 26 September | 
1850, with codicil dated 25 February 1853, proved (P.C.C. 713, 57) 25 
September 1857, by William Spooner, son, and Henry James Selfe Selfe, 
two of the Exors. 

(See ''Notes" to "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. 8, page 143.) 



=Anna Maria Sydney, 
5th dau. of the Rt. 
Hon''i'= Sir Edward 
Lucius O'Brien of 
Dromoland, co. Clare, 
3rd Baronet, by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of Robert French of 
Monivea, co. Galway ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Newington, 
CO. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 1 1 September 
1 8 10; died at the 
Rectory, Elmdon, 
aged 63, on Thursday, 
24 December 1846, 
bur. at Elmdon. M.I. 



William Spooner of Walton Lodge, co. Stafford ;= 
bom 14 July, bapt. at Elmdon i September 181 1; of 
Onel College, O.xford, matriculated 2 April 1829, B.A. 
1832, M.A. 1835; of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law 
23 November 1837 ; Revising Barrister for East 
Gloucester 1862, Judge of the County Court for 
North Staffordshire 13 February 1863 until his 
death; J. P. for co. Stafford; died at Walton 
Lodge, in his 69th year, on ^Vednesda\•, 19 May 
1880, bur. at Baswick, co. Stafford. Will dated 
18 April 1879, proved at Lichfield 7 June 1880, by 
the Rev. William Archibald Spooner and the Rev. 
Henry Maxwell Spooner, sons, the Exors. 



Jane Lydia, youngest dau. of John Wilson 
of Seacroft Hall and of Cliff Hall, both co. 
York, D.L., by Martha his wife, dau. of 
Richard Bassett of Glentworth, co. Lincoln ; 
marr. at Whitkirk, co. York, 6 October 1841 ; 
died at 8 Norham Gardens, Oxford, in her 
83rd year, on \Vednesday, 17 August 1898. 
Will dated i September 1883, with codicil 
dated 14 October 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1068, 98) 29 September 1898, by the Rev. 
William Archibald Spooner and Henry 
Maxwell Spooner, sons, the Exors. 



Mary Anna, born 
at 17 Chapel 
Street, Belgrave 
Square, London, 
30 October 1842, 
bapt. at Elmdon. 



Rev. William Archibald Spooner, D.D., Warden of New= 
College, Oxford; born in London 22 July 1844, bapt. 
privately, received into the church at Elmdon 12 January 
1845 ; educated at Oswestry Grammar School and at New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 18 October 1862, Scholar 
1862-67, B.A. (ist-class in Moderations and in the Final 
Classical Schools) 1867, Fellow 1867, M.A. 1869, U.D. 
1903; Public Examiner in University of Oxford 1875-76, 
1890-92 and 1899, Chaplain to the Archbishop of 
Canterbury 1881-83, Hon. Canon of Christ Church, 
O.xford, 1899, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Peterborough 1901, Warden of New College, Oxford, 
1903, ProA'ice Chancellor of O.xford University 1908 
-1909; Author of "The Histories of Tacitus, with 
Introduction and Notes," 1891, and "Bishop Butler, his 
Life and Writings," 1901. 



=Frances Wycliffe, 3rd 
daughter of the Rt. 
Rev. Harvey Goodwin, 
Bishop of Carlisle, by 
Ellen his wife, eldest 
dau. of George King 
of Higher Bebington 
Hall, CO. Chester ; 
married by special 
licence in the chapel 
of Rose Castle, Car- 
lisle, on Thursday, 
12 September 1878. 



George Archibald Spooner, born at Oxford on 
Friday, 11 July 1879, died there on Sunday, 
3 August following. 



I 
Barbara, bom at 10 Keble Terrace, Oxford, on 
Friday, 28 January 1881, died there next day. 



141 



Henry James Sclfe Selfe (only son of the Rev. James=f=Anna Maria, born at Elmdon, co 



Page); born at Rose Hill, near Worcester, 15 November 
1810 ; educated at Glasgow University ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
Barrister-at-Law 6 June 1834; Recorder of Newbury 
March 1842 to April 1856, Metropolitan Magistrate 
at Thames Police Court 1856-63, and at Westminster 
Police Court 1863 until his death; assumed the name 
of Selfe in lieu of that of Page i February 1832 ; 
died at 15 St. George's Square, London, 6 September, 
bur. at Addington, co. Surrey, 10 September 1870. 
Will dated 9 January 1S60, with codicil dated 27 



Warwick, 23 July, bapt. there 20 
August 1812; marr. at Elmdon 
on Thursday, 27 August 1840 
(marriage settlements dated 25 
August); died at St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, 24 October, bur. 
at Addington, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
27 October 1899. Will dated 20 
November 1896, proved (I'rin. Reg., 
1364, 99) 24 November 1899, by Sir 
William Lucius Selfe and Florence 



September 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 685, 70) 8 October 

1870, by Anna Alaria Selfe, relict, and George Kettilby | ALiry Selfe, spinster, the Exors 

Rickards, the Exors. J^ 



Ven*"'' Henry Ma.\wel! Spooner, bom at Elmdon 9 May, bapt 
there 7 June 1846; educated at Oswestry Grammar School 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 4 April 1864, 
Exhibitioner 1864-68, B.A. (ist-class Classical Moderations 
1865, ist-class Lit. Hum.) 1868, M.A. 187 1, Fellow of Magdalen 
College 1868-76, Lecturer 1868-70; Domestic Chaplain to the 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1870-75, Vicar of Boughton-under- 
Blean, co. Kent, 1875-87, and of Holy Trinity, Maidstone, 
1887-93, Rector of Saltwood, co. Kent, 1893-1900, Hon. Canon 
of Canterbury 1898-1900, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Rochester 1891, and of Winchester 1895, Archdeacon of 
Maidstone and Canon Residentiary of Canterbury 1900. 



^Catherine, 2nd dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. Harvey Goodwin, 
Bishop of Carlisle, by Ellen 
his wife, eldest dau. of 
George King of Higher 
Bebington Hall, co. Chester ; 
marr. at Dalston, co. Cum- 
berland (by the Most Rev. 
Archibald Campbell Tait, 
Archbishop of Canterbury), 
on Tuesday, 12 October 
1875- 



Rev. William Ralph Inge of Brook House, Cambridge, D.D. (son of=i= 
the Rev. William Inge, I). I)., Provost of Worcester College, Oxford, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of the Ven*"'"-' Edward Churton, Archdeacon | 
of Cleveland) ; born at Crayke, co. York, 6 June, bapt. there 11 July j 
i860; of King's College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, \ 
1879, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886, Hon. D.U. Aberdeen, Fellow of 1 
King's College 1 886-88; Assistant Master at Eton 1884-88, Fellow \ 
and Tutor of Hertford College, Oxford, 1888- 1904, and of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, 1907, Select Preacher at Oxford 1893-95 
and 1903-1905, Bampton Lecturer at Oxford 1899, Select Preacher 
at Cambridge 1901 and 1907, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Lichfield 1892, Vicar of All Saints', Knightsbridge, London, 
1904-1907, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, 1907. 

A 



Mary Catharine, born at 
the Vicarage, Boughton- 
under-Blean,on Tuesday, 
23 March, bapt. at 
Boughton - under- Blean 
9 May 1880 ; marr. at 
Canterbury Cathedral 
on Wednesday, 3 May 



William \Vyclifre Spooner, bom at Oxford on Wednesday, 29 
March, bapt. at St. Giles', Oxford, 25 April 1882; educated at 
Charterhouse 1895-99, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 21 October 1899, B.A. (3rd-class Mechanical 
Sciences) 1902 ; Civil Engineer. 



Frances Catherine, born at 
1 1 Keble Terrace, Oxford, 
on Sunday, 16 December 
1883, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Oxford, 9 February 1884. 



142 



Barbara Mary, of St. Mary's Sisterhood, Wantage, 
CO. Berks ; born at Bath, co. Somerset, 28 No- 
vember 181 3; died at 27 Delamere Crescent, 
Paddington, London, in her 82nd year, on 
Wednesday, 13 November 1895. Will dated 8 
November 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 1384, 95) 
4 December 1895, by George Knottesford 
Fortescue, the sole Exor. 



Elizabeth, bom at Elmdon, co. Warwick, 
5 June, bapt. there 16 July 181 5 ; died at 

13 Sussex Gardens, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
on Sunday, 4 April 1886. Will dated 
I March 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 480, 86) 

14 May 1886, by William Lucius Selfe, 
a Judge of County Courts, nephew, the 
surviving Exor. 



Henry Salt of Inglewood,=j=Janet Sarah, 
Great Malvern, co. Wor- bom at Elm- 
cester (son of John Salt don, baptised 
of Upper Woburn Place, there 23 Sep- 
London, by Mary Jane his tember 1849; 
wife, dau. of John Lane of married at 
Leyton Grange, co. Essex) ; Walton, co. 
bom at Upper Woburn Stafford, 25 
Place 22 July, bapt. at July 1872. 
St. Pancras, London, 22 
August 1843 ; a Student 
of Middlesex Hospital, 
London, and Edinburgh 
University, M.D. Edin. 
1872, M.B. and CM. 
1870; Fellow Chemical 
Society, Fellow Royal 
Geographical Society. /\ 



Rev. Francis George Inge (6th=Catharine Barbara, 

son of the Rev. Charles Inge born at Leaming- 

of Ravenstone, co. Derby, by ton, co. Warwick, 

Mary Anne his wife, dau. of 26 March, bapt. at 

the Rev. John Oldershaw, Elmdon 6 May 

D.C.L., Rector of Tarvin, co. 1854; marr. at St. 

Chester) ; born at Ravenstone Giles', Oxford (by 

27 June, bapt. there 7 August the Rev. William 

1840; educated at Charter- Inge, D.D., assisted 

house and at Christ Church, by the Very Rev. 

Oxford, matriculated 13 June Edward Spooner), 

1859, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1866; on Tuesday, 11 

Assistant Master of Charter- November 1884. 
house School 1864-65, Vicar 
of Elmton, co. Derby, 1881-84, 
and of Berkswich with Walton, 
CO. Stafford, 1884. 



Archibald Craufurd Spooner, bom at the Vicarage, 
Boughton-under-Blean, co. Kent, on Saturday, 24 
March, bapt. at Boughton-under-Blean 4 June 1883 ; 
died at 8 Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 9, on Tuesday, 
II October 1892, bur. at Holywell, Oxford. 



I 
Ruth, bom at the Vicarage, Boughton- 
under-Blean, on Friday, 16 July 
1886, bapt. there privately, received 
into the church in the chapel of 
Rose Castle, Carlisle. 



Rosemary, born at Ox- 
ford on Friday, 9 July 
1886, bapt. in the chapel 
of Rose Castle, Carlisle. 



Ellen Ma.\well, born at O.xford 
on Tuesday, 1 1 March, bapt. 
at St. Giles', Oxford, 2 May 
1890. 



Agnes Mary, born at 1 1 Keble Road, 
Oxford, on Tuesday, 24 October, 
bapt. at St. Giles', Oxford, 30 
November 1893. 



14:3 



Lucius 

Spooner, born 
at Elmdon, co. 
Warwick, 1 5 
August, bapt. 
there 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1816; 
died at 23 Red- 
cliffe Gardens, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London, 
aged 58, on 
Saturday, 1 9 
December, bur. 
in Brompton 
Cemetery on 
Thursday, 24 
Decemberi854. 



Henry=j=Margaret Skottowe, 
2nd dau. of Richard 
Neville Parker of 
Passage West, co. 
Cork, by Hannah 
Maria his wife, 
eldest dau. of John 
George Newsom of 
Cork ; marr. at 
Monkstown, co. 
Cork (by the Rev. 
Edward Spooner), 
on Thursday, 27 
January 1853. 



Rev. Edward Bowles Knottesford= 
Fortescue (eldest son of the Rev. 
Francis Fortescue Knottesford of 
Alveston Manor House, Stratford-on- 
Avon, CO. Warwick, by Maria his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. George Downing); 
born at Stoke-by-Nayland, co. Suffolk, 
23 April, bapt. there 29 June 1816; 
of \Vadham College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 5 June 1834, B.A. 1838, M.A. 
1842 ; Provost of St. Ninian's Cathe- 
dral, Perth ; died at 52 Eden Grove, 
Holloway, co. Middlesex, aged 61, 
on Saturday, 18 August 1877, bur. in 
the Catholic Cemetery, Kensal (]reen, 
CO. Middlesex. Will dated 20 March 
1877, with codicil dated 19 July 1879, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 716, 77) 8 Sep- 
tember 1877, by Edward Francis 
Knottesford F'ortescue, Captain in the 
Army, son, and George Augustus 
Macirone, of the Admiralty, the Exors. 



'Frances Ann, 
born at Elmdon 
1 1 August, bapt. 
there 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1818; 
marr. by licence 
at Elmdon (by 
the Rev. Francis 
F^ortescue Knot- 
tesford) 15 No- 
vember 1838; 
died at Perth, 
aged 49, on Fri- 
day, 30 October 
1868, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Perth. M.L 



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William Wilberforce Spooner, born at=i=Emma Mills Blomfield, of 



Innerlochy, in the parish of Knockbain, 
CO. Ross, on Sunday, 10 June, bapt. at 
Arphalie Episcopal Chapel 5 August 
'855- 



South Wootton, CO. Norfolk ; 
marr. at St. Kilda's, Mel- 
bourne, Australia, 2 7 January 
1880. 



Mary Caroline, born 
at Passage West on 
Saturday, 14 February, 
bapt. at Elmdon 26 
April 1857. 



Margaret Audrey Wilberforce, 
born at Springfield, Cran- 
bourne, near Melbourne, 27 
June 1883. 



William Lucius Harold Spooner, 
born at Welton Dale, Gleiivale, 
Whittlesea, near Melbourne, 
30 April 1886. 



I 
Eleanor Skottowe Barbara, 
born at Long Warry, South 
Gipps Land, Victoria, 28 
May 1888. 



144 



Most Rev. Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury (4th= 
son of Craufurd Tait of Harviestoun and Cumloden, co. Clackmannan, 
by Susan his wife, 4th dau. of Sir Hay Campbell, Baronet, Lord President of 
the Court of Justice in Scotland); born at Park Place, Edinburgh, 21 
December 1811; educated at Edinburgh High School and Academy 1821-27, 
of Glasgow University 1827-30, LL.D. 1868, Snell Exhibitioner, and at 
Balliol College, Oxford, 1829, Scholar November 1830 to 1835, B.A. 1833, 
Fellow 1834-42, M.A. 1836, D.C.L. 1842, Tutor and Logic Lecturer 
1837-42, Catechetical Lecturer 1842, D.D. by diploma 28 January 1869; 
Head Master of Rugby School 28 July 1842 to March 1850, Dean of 
Carlisle 3 December 1849 to April 1S56, and of the Chapel Royal 27 
October 1857 to 1869, Bishop of London 11 October 1856 to 4 December 
1868, Archbishop of Canterbury 4 December 1868 until his death; sworn 
a Privy Councillor 28 November 1856; E.R.S. ; Author of "Lessons for 
School Life," 1850, and other works; died at Addington Park, co. Surrey, 
3 December, bur. in the churchyard at Addington 8 December 1882. Will 
dated 20 June 1878, with three codicils dated 11 November 1878, 11 March 
1882 and 28 August 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 291, 83) 17 April 1883, 
by the Rev. Randall Thomas Davidson, son-in-law, and John Hassard, 
the surviving Exors. Moimment in Canterbury Cathedral, Bust by Boekm, 
erected in i8Sj, Portrait by Sir William Blake Richmond, K.C.B., R.A., 
in Lambeth Palace and Bust by Boehm in National Portrait Gallery. 



Catherine, born 
at Elmdon, co. 
Warwick, 9 De- 
cember 1819, 
bapt. there 12 
May 1820; marr 
at Elmdon 22 
June 1843; died 
in Edinburgh, 
aged 58, I De- 
cember, bur. in 
the churchyard 
at Addington 7 
December 1878. 



A\ 



Arthur Morier Lee (younger son of Sir= 
George Philip Lee of Windlesham 
Court, CO. Surrey, by Mary Anne his 
wife, dau. of John Ede) ; educated at 
Eton and at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 1867, B.A. 
from Balliol College 1872, M.A. 1875 ; 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 25 
April 1877 ; died at 51 Welbeck Street, 
London, aged 62, on Friday, 16 April, 
bur. at Stubbings, co. Berks, on 
Monday, 19 April 1909. Will dated 
4 January 1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 61, 
1909) 30 April 1909, by Philip Douglas 
Lee and Henry D'Esterre Spooner, the 
Exors. 



=Catherine Anna, born at 
Wellow House, Rufford, co. 
Nottingham, on Wednes- 
day, 9 March, bapt. at 
Wellow 8 May 1859; marr. 
at Addington (by the Most 
Rev. Archibald Campbell 
Tait, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury) on Wednesday, 5 
December 1877; died at 
Stubbings Vicarage on 
Monday, 25 July 1904, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
Stubbings. AdRion granted 
at the Principal Registry 
I October 1904, to Arthur 
Morier Lee, husband. 



Frances Barbara, bom 
at Wellow House, co. 
Nottingham, on Tues- 
day, 7 August, bapt. at 
Ollerton, co. Notting- 
ham, 2 September i860; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Westminster (by her 
uncle, the ^^ery Rev. 
Edward Spooner), on 
Saturdav, 4 August 1888, 
Stanley 'W. R. Russell 
of Woodside, North wood. 
Isle of Wisjht. 



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'45 



Octavia, 6th dau. of Sir= 
Oswald Mosley, Haronet, 
by Sophia Anne his wife, 
2nd dau. of Sir Edward 
Every, Baronet ; marr. at 
All Souls', Langham 
Place, London (by the 
Rt. Rev. Archibald 
Campbell Tait, Bishop of 
London), on Tuesday, 9 
June 1857; died at 
Hampsthwaite Hollings, 
Ripley, co. York, on 
Monday, 18 June 1883. 
I St wife. 



=Very Rev. Edward Spooner, Dean= 
of Bocking ; born at Elmdon, co. 
Warwick, 6 July, bapt. there 15 August 
182 1 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 February 1840, B.A. 
1844, M.A. 1848; Perpetual Curate 
of Holy Trinity, Haverstock Hill, 
1858-59, Vicar of Heston, both co. 
Middlesex, 1859-75, Rector of Had- 
leigh and I )ean of Bocking, co. Suffolk, 
1875, and Rural Dean; died at the 
Deanery, Hadleigh, in his 78th year, 
on Wednesday, 25 January, bur. at 
Hadleigh on Saturday, 28 January 
1899. Will dated 21 April 1893, with 
codicil dated 20 January 1899, proved 
at Bury St. Edmunds 15 March 1899, 
by Anna Frances Spooner, relict, the 
Rev. William Archibald and the Rev. 
Henry Maxwell Spooner, the Exors. 



=Anna Frances, 2nd dau. of 
John Chevallier Cobbokl 
of Holywells, co. Suffolk, 
M.P., by Lucy his wife, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Patteson, Rector of Drink- 
stone and of Wortham, co. 
Suffolk ; born at Ipswich 
9 May 1830; marr. at St. 
Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, on 
Monday, 5 October 18S5; 
died at Rushmere Lodge, 
Ipswich, aged 76, on Friday, 
28 December 1906, bur. at 
Hadleigh 2 January 1907. 
Will dated 28 September 
1905, proved at Ipswich 
21 January 1907, by PY'lix 
Thornley Cobbold and Her- 
bert St. (leorge Cobbold, 
the Exors. 2nd wife. 



Lucius Sydney, born at Wellow 
House, CO. Nottingham, on 
Wednesday, 15 October 1862, 
bapt. at Ollerton, co. Notting- 
ham, 16 November 1862. 



Archibald St. George Spooner, 
born at Wellow House on 
Sunday, 1 1 September, bapt. 
at Ollerton 16 October 1864. 



I 
Margaret Geraldine, born at 
Wellow House on Thursday, 
8 February, bapt. at Ollerton 
2 April 1866. 



Henry D'Esterre Spooner, 
bapt. at Heston, co. 
Middlesex, 9 September 
1868. 



Edith Augusta, born at 
47 St. George's Square, 
London, bapt. at 
Addington, co. Surrey, 
26 September 1869. 



Edward Julius Spooner, born at 23 
Redcliffe (iarden.s. West Ikompton, 
London, 8 December 1872 ; died 
there on Tuesday, 4 March 1873, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery. 



146 



Gerard Spooner, born at Elmdon, co. Warwick, io=j=Mary Catherine, 3rd dau. of Thomas 



January, bapt. there 23 February 1823; emigrated to 
New Zealand, and settled at Elmdon, Papetua, Otago, 
and afterwards at Inchclutha, Dunedin ; died at Christ 
Church, New Zealand, circa 1908. 



Parsons Boland of Pembroke, CO. 
Cork ; marr. at Monkstown, co. 
Cork (by the Rev. Edward Spooner), 
on Saturday, 2 December 1854. 



Gerard William Spooner, 
born at Catford, in the 
parish of Huish Champ- 
flower, CO. Somerset, 30 
October, bapt. at Elmdon 
25 December 1855; marr. 
Louisa Elliott. =p 
/k 



Mary Catherine, born at Catford 24 
August, bapt. at Huish Champflower 
2 November 1857 ; marr. at All Saints', 
Dunedin, 14 September 1875, Thomas 
Chalmers Reid. 



Richard Spooner, born 
at Catford 12 December 
1858, bapt.there privately 
and received into the 
church at Ollerton, co. 
Nottingham, 2 Septem- 
ber i860. 



Richard Dacre Harman,=Alice Sidney, born at Perth 

eldest son of Richard 2 1 February, bapt. there 
privately and received into 
the church at Ollerton 
2 September i860; marr. 
at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Christchurch, New 
Zealand, 3 October 1 894 (?). 



James Strachan Harman 
of Christchurch, New 
Zealand. 



Lucius Henry Spooner, 

born at Popotunoa, 
New Zealand, 17 Jan- 
uary, registered at 
Warepa, Otago, and 
bapt. there 31 July 
1862. 



Henrietta, bom 
at Popotunoa 3 
October 1864, 
registered at 
Warepa, and 
bapt. there 26 
March 1865. 



Edward Wilberforce 
Spooner, born at 
Popotunoa 12 July 
1866, registered at 
Warepa, and bapt. 
there 13 January 
1867; married Mere 
Manson. =j= 
A- 



George Phipps= 
Spooner, born at 
Lichclutha 1 7 
October 1868, 
bapt. there 10 
January 1869. 



=Mabel Louisa, dau. of 
Sir Richard Tangye of 
Glendorgal, co. Cornwall, 
by Caroline his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Jesper of 
Birmingham ; marr. at 
Elmdon 28 June 1892. 



Francis Archibald Spooner, 
bom at Springfield, Toko- 
mairiro. New Zealand, 28 
May 187 1, bapt. at St. 
John's, Milton, Toko- 
mairiro. 



Barbara Catherine, bom at 
1 1 Woodlands Road, Barnes, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 
8 April 1893. 



Agnes Caroline, bom at Elmdon, 
Kingston Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 10 March 1897. 



147 



Charles Spooner, born at Elmdon, co. Warwick,=f Susan Frances, dau. of Daniel Trinder of 



i6 June, bapt. there ii July 1824; died at 
I Girdler's Road, Brook Green, Hammersmith, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 57, on Friday, 12 August, 
bur. at Addington, co. Surrey, 16 August 18S1. 
AdBion was granted at the Principal Registry 
17 October 1881, to Susan Frances Spooner, 
relict. 



Frances Maud, born at 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 
on Sunday, 6 No- 
vember 1859, bapt. 
there privately ; died at 
1 Girdler's Road, Brook 
Green, 1 1 July, bur. at 
Addington 14 July 1 871. 



Norcote, near Cirencester, co. Gloucester, by 
Susanna Lucas his 2nd wife, of Shrivenham, 
CO. Berks ; bom at Norcote 29 January 1824 ; 
marr. at Cirencester on Wednesday, i June 
1853; died at i Girdler's Road, Brook Green, 
aged 64, on Sunday, 6 February, bur. at 
Addington 10 February 1887. 



Charles Sydney Spooner of= 
Eyot Cottage, Chiswick Mall, 
CO. Middlesex ; born at St. 
Stephen's Road, Westbourne 
Park, London, on Monday, 
6 January, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, Paddington, Lon- 
don, 26 February 1862. 



=Minnie Dibdin, youngest dau. of 
Joseph Davison of Marylebone, Lon- 
don, by Eliza his wife, dau. of Joseph 
Dibdin of London ; born at Pad- 
dington Street, Marylebone, 18 March 
1867, bapt. at the parish church, 
Marylebone; marr. at Holy Innocents', 
Hammersmith, 2 July 1900. 



Frederick Maxwell Spooner, 
born at i Essex Villas, 
Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 29 September, 
bapt. at St. Philip's, Ken- 
sington, 12 December 1864; 
died at i Girdler's Road, 
Brook Green, 1 1 July, 
bur. at Addington 14 July 
1871. 



Eleanor Mary, 
born at i Essex 
Villas, Kensing- 
ton, 6 October, 
baptised at 

St. Philip's, 
Kensington, 8 
October 1867. 



William Aubrey Fortescue= 
of Bombay, India, born at 
I Essex \'illas, Kensington, 
on Monday, 27 December 
1869, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Kensington, 18 April 1870; 
assumed the name of 
Fortescue in lieu of that 
of Spooner 22 October 
1896. 



=Mary Mildred, 
eldest dau. of 
the Rev. George 
Martyn St. Martin 
Ritchie,Chaplain 
to H.M. Forces; 
marr. at St. 
Martin's, Jersey, 
16 September 
1895. 



148 



M. iAid.%ivta^Jl^^innuzyf 




Sotoe, toitt) l^iU^EotDC. 



Very Rev. 



Thomas Hill Peregrine=j=Ellen Lucy, eldest 



sable 



Furye Lowe of Court of Hill, co. 
Salop, and of Norbiton House, 
CO. Surrey, Dean of Exeter (eldest 
son of Thomas Humphrey Lowe 
of Bromsgrove, co. Worcester 
\^Porlraits in t/ie possession of Thomas 
Arthur Hill Lowe and Arthur Hill 
Ommanney Peter Hill-Lowe, his 
greaf-grandsons\ by Lucy his wife 
\^Miniature in ivory in the possession 
of Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe, her 
great-grandson^ eldest dau. and 
coheir of Thomas Hill of Court of 
Hill, M.P. for Leominster); bom 
at Bromsgrove 21 December 1781; 
educated at Westminster and at 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
6 November 1799, B.A. 1805, M.A. 
18 1 8 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 1 804 ; 
Chaplain to Viscount Gage 181 2, 
Vicar of Grimley with Hallow, co. Worcester, 1820-32, Rector of Holdgate 
(2nd portion), co. Salop, 12 March 182 1, Rector of Silvington, co. Salop, 
4 September 1827, Precentor of Exeter Cathedral 14 September 1832 to 
27 June 1839, Rector of Holy Trinity, Exeter, 23 January 1837 to 1840, 
Vicar of Littleham with Exmouth, co. Devon, 8 September 1840 to 1843, 
Dean of Exeter 27 June 1839 until his death; J. P. for co. Salop; Author 
of "An Essay on the Absolving Power of the Church," 1825, and other 
works; died at the Deanery, Exeter, on Thursday, 17 Januarj' 1861, bur. 
in Exeter Cathedral. ^Vill dated 31 May 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 171, 61) 
II March 1861, by Arthur Charles Lowe of Court of Hill, brother, and the 
Rev. George Lowe of Up-Ottery, co. Devon, son, the Exors. Portrait and 
Marble Bust in tlu possession of Thomas Arthur Hill Lj)we, also Portraits 
in tlie possession of Arthur Hill Ommanney Peter Hill-Lowe and Noel 
Herbert Strode Jjnue, his grandsons. 



Arms. — Or on a bend cotised 
three lions' heads erased of the first. 
Crest. — A demi-griffin rampant or. 
Motto. — Spero meliora. 



dau. of George 
Pardoe of Nash 
Court and Clee- 
ton, both CO. 
Salop, by Ellen 
his wife, dau. of 
Richard I-)ansey 
Dansey of Easton 
Court, CO. Here- 
ford ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Ludlow, CO. Salop, 
24 February 1808; 
died at the 
Deanery, Exeter, 
17 June 1843, 
bur. in Exeter 
Cathedral. 



Lucy, marr. at Hallow= 
18 June 1828 ; died at 
Exmouth, aged 56, on 
Sunday, 6 August, 
bur. at Littleham 10 
August 1865. ist wife. 



=Rev. Thomas James Rocke, born 22= 
November 1803; of Downing College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1830, M.A. 1849; 
Vicar of Littleham with Exmouth 
1843-77 ; died at Guildford, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 30 August 1881, bur. there. 



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=Emily Adelaide, youngest 
dau. of Major-General George 
Mackie, C.B. ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 7 De- 
cember 1876. She married 
istly Arthur Dewes. 2nd wife. 



Helen, died unmarried at Warborough Mount, Babbacombe, co. Devon, Thomas Lowe, 

aged 72, on Friday, 30 December 1881, bur. at St. Marychurch, co. born 28 January 

Devon, 5 January 1882. Will dated 16 September 1880, with codicil dated 181 1 ; died s.p. 

i6 June 1881, proved at Exeter 14 March 1882, by the Rev. Thomas Hill in Australia. 
Lowe, nephew, and the Rev. George Bather Powell, the Exors. 



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Rev. George I.owe, bom at Diddlebur>', co. Salop, 4 Februarys 
1813, bapt. there the same day; of Mcrton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 November 1831, Postmaster 1831-35, B.A. 1836; 
Vicar of Up-Ottery, co. Devon, 1841 until his death; died at 
the Vicarage, Up-Ottery, aged 72, on Monday, 2 November, bur. 
at Up-Ottery 6 November 1885. Will dated 19 January 1880, 
with codicil dated 12 February 1880, proved (I'rin. Reg., 1015, 85) 
3 December 1885, by Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe, retired Captain 
H.M. Army, son, Mary Elsie Lowe, spinster, daughter, and the 
Rev. Thomas Hill Lowe, nephew, the Exors. Portrait in the 
possession of Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe, his son. 



^Louisa, youngest dau. of 
Thomas Crookenden of 
Rushford Hall, co. Suffolk, 
by Mary Anne Fuller 
his wife, of Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex ; born at 
Naples, Italy, 14 April 
1 8 1 9 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Thursday, i September 
1842 ; died at Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, aged 88, on 
Sunday, 16 June, bur. at 
Ealing West on Wednesday, 
19 June 1907. 



Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe of= 
Belburyhayes, Ottery St. Mary, co. 
Devon ; born at the Vicarage, 
Up-Ottery, on Tuesday, 29 April, 
bapt. at Up-Ottery i June 1845 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 34th 
(The Cumberland) Foot 25 July 
1865, Lieutenant 5 January 1870, 
Captain 12 June 1878, retired 1880; 
Member of the Devon County 
Council March 1894 to March 
1897 ; J. P. for CO. Devon 1896. 

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=Emily Elizabeth (Milly), 
eldest dau. of Samuel 
George Robison of 4 
Chatsworth Road, West 
Norwood, CO. Surrey, for- 
merly of Torquay, co. 
Devon ; born 1 2 October 
1863 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Torquay (by the Rev. 
Thomas Hill Lowe), on 
Saturday, 18 January 1890. 



Harry Noel Lowe (twin with 
George Edward), born at 
the Vicarage, Up-Ottery, on 
Wednesday, 28 October, 
bapt. at Up-Ottery 6 Decem- 
ber 1846 ; of the Royal Navy, 
Sub-Lieutenant 23 September 
1867, Lieutenant 6 February 
1872 ; drowned in Portland 
Roads 15 November 1877, 
bur. in the Naval Cemetery, 
Portland. Will dated 14 No- 
vember 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg.> 52, 78) 21 January 
1878, by the Rev. George 
Lowe, the father. 



George Edward Lowe 
(twin with Harry Noel); 
born at the Vicarage, Up- 
Ottery, on Wednesday, 28 
October, bapt. at Up-Ottery 
6 December 1846 ; died 
at Budleigh Salterton, co. 
Devon, aged 4^ months, 
on Friday, 5 March, bur. 
at Up Ottery 10 March 
1847. _ 

Mary Elsie, born at Up- 
Ottery 10 July, bapt. there 
30 July 1848. 



Rev. George Francis Edward Lowe, born 26= 
December 1854, bapt. at St. David's, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, 31 January 1855; educated at 
Chichester ; Curate of Bridport, co. Dorset, 
1883-84, of Christchurch, CO. Hants, 1884-87, 
of Arreton, Isle of Wight, 1897-99, and of 
Wroxall with Newchurch (in charge of Wroxall), 
Isle of W'ight, 1 899- 1 904; died s.p. at the 
" Homes of St. Barnabas," near East Grin- 
stead, CO. Sussex, aged 50, on Friday, 8 
December 1905, bur. at Lingfield, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 8 May 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 
518, 1906) 6 April 1906, by Frances Mary 
Ann Lowe, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Frances Mary Ann 
(Neustetter), the 
youngest child of 
the Rev. Frederick 
von Stiirmer (Neu- 
stetter), Rector of 
Heapham, co. Lin- 
coln ; marr. by 
special licence at 
St. John's, Char- 
lotte Street, Fitzroy 
Square, London, on 
Thursday, 21 July 
1881. 



Anna Louisa, born 25 July 1856, bapt. privately 
at Torquay ; died at Madeira, aged 28, on 
Sunday, 27 July 1884, bur. there. Will dated 
2 May 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 719, 84) 
25 September 1884, by the Rev. George Bather 
Powell and Edward Pardoe Powell, Lieutenant 
R.N., the Exors. 



Georgina Emily Madelina, 
bapt. at Up-Ottery 24 Au- 
gust 1859; died at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 7 years 
and 1 1 months, on 'I'hursday, 
6 June, bur. at Up-Ottery 
12 June 1867. 



Harriet Lucy, 
bapt. at Up- 
Ottery 29 Sep- 
tember 1863. 



Katharina, youngest=j=Admiral Arthur Lowe, born at= 
dau. of Admiral ' Corfton, co. Salop, 27 July, 
bapt. at Diddlebury, co. Salop, 
7 August 1814; entered the 
Royal Navy 25 April 1827, 
Lieutenant 3 September 1837, 
Commander 28 August 1841, 
Captain 30 August 1845, Vice- 
Admiral 27 February 1870, 
retired i April 1870; Admiral 
18 June 1876; present at the 
operations on the North coast 
of Africa 1837, and served on 
the coast of Syria (medal and 
clasp, Turkish medal); present 
at siege of St. Jean d'Acre ; 
was Flag-Captain of Devon- 
port to Admiral Sir John 
Acworth Ommanney; J. P. for 
CO. Devon ; died at his resi- 
dence, 3 Wingfield Villas, Stoke 
Damerel, aged 68, on Monday, 
18 December, bur. at Burford, 
CO. Salop, 22 December 1882. 
Will dated 5 May 1879, with 
two codicils dated respectively 8 May 1879 and 
3 June 1882, proved at Exeter 8 February 1883, 
by Admiral Henry Chads of Southsea, and Charles 
Theodore Bewes, gent., the Exors. Portraits in 
the possession of his sons and daughters. 



Sir John Acworth 
Ommanney of Warb- 
lington House, co. 
Hants, K.C.B., Com- 
mander-in-Chief at 
Devonport 1 854;born 
5 December 181 3; 
marr. at VVarblington 
(by the Very Rev. 
Thomas Hill Pere- 
grine Furye Lowe) 
on Wednesday, 1 2 
July 1848; died at 
Penlee House, Stoke 
Damerel, co. Devon, 
on Wednesday, 24 
September 1856, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Plymouth, co. Devon. 
I St wife. 



■Florence, younger= 
dau. and in her issue 
sole heir of George 
Strode of Newnham 
Park, Plympton, co. 
Devon, J. P. and 
D.L., by Dorothea 
Bird his wife, dau. 
of William Symons 
of Chaddlewood, co. 
Devon ; born 1 2 Sep- 
tember 1825 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Plympton 
(by the Rev. George 
Lowe, brother of 
the bridegroom), on 
Tuesday, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1858 ; died at 
Stoke Damerel on 
Sunday, ri January 
1863, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Plympton. 
M.L Portraits in 
the possession of her 
sons, George Sydney 
Strode Strode and 
Noel Herbert Strode 
Lo7ve. 2nd wife. 



'Elizabeth Henrietta, 
eldest dau. of Admiral 
Sir Henry Ducie 
Chads, G.C.B., Super- 
intendent of the Royal 
Navy College, Ports- 
mouth, and Comman- 
der-in-Chief at Cork ; 
born 24 February 
1821 ; marr. at St. 
Jude's, Southsea, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 20 
September 1864: died 
s.p. at 3 Wingfield 
Villas, Stoke Damerel, 
aged 83, on Wednes- 
day, 25 January, bur. 
in the churchyard at 
Burford, co. Salop, 28 
January 1905. Will 
dated i February 1889, 
with codicil dated 21 
June 1904, proved 
at Exeter 18 February 
1905, by Admiral Sir 
Henry Chads, K.C.B., 
brother, Laura Chads, 
spinster, sister, Com- 
mander William Henry 
Du Caurroy Chads, 
R.N., nephew, the 
Exors. 3rd wife. 



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{For issue see page IS 4-) 



Ada Mary, eldest= 
dau. of Colonel Sir 
Gustavus Hume; 
born in August 
1862 ; married at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 8 June 
1886; died at Court 
of Hill, CO. Salop, 
aged 27, on Tues- 
day, 17 December, 
bur. at Burford 21 
December 1889. 
Memorial W'indow 
in Nash Church, 
CO. Salop. I St wife. 



:Arthur Hill Ommanney Peter Hill-Lowe of Court of= 
Hill, CO. Salop ; born at Chichester, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 9 May 1849; educated at Exeter; entered 
the Royal Navy as a Cadet 9 September 1862, Sub- 
Lieutenant 17 November 1868, Lieutenant 30 August 
1872, retired as Commander 26 June 1883; ist Lieutenant 
of "Thistle"; employed in the operations against the 
Malays in the Perak War, at the attack and capture of 
Passir Sala, and afterwards in the operations against 
Malays in the Sungsi U'jong and Sri Menant Territory 
1875-76 (Perak medal with clasp); J. P. for co. Salop; 
by Deed Poll dated 3 February 1886, he took the 
additional surname of Hill on succeeding to the Court of 
Hill property. 



=Beatrice Geraldine, 
youngest dau. of 
William Ruxton of 
Ardee House, co. 
Louth, Vice-Lieu- 
tenant for CO. Louth, 
J.P. and D.L., by 
Caroline Diana his 
wife, younger dau. 
and coheir of 
Charles Vernon of 
Royal Park Cres- 
cent, Clifton, CO. 
Gloucester ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, 
Ardee, on Wednes- 
day, 15 July 1891. 
2nd wife. 



Ada Mary, bom at Court 
of Hill on Tuesday, 17 
December, bapt. privately 
at Nash 23 December 1889. 



I 
Arthur Noel Vernon Hill-Lowe, born 
at 3 Wingfield Villas, Stoke Damerel, 
on Wednesday, i June, bapt. at 
Stoke Damerel 5 July 1892. 

'51 



I 
Sybil Geraldine, born at 
Court of Hill on Thursday, 
30 April, bapt. at Nash 
27 May 1S96. 



Herbert Lowe, 
bapt. at Did- 
dlebury, co. 
Salop, 23 June 
i8i6. 



Rev. Noel Lowe, bom^ 
23 October, bapt. at 
Diddlebury 26 October 
181 7; of Queen's Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 May 1838, B.A. 
1842 ; Vicar of Colaton 
Raleigh, co. Devon, 1844 
until his death ; died at 
the Vicarage, Colaton 
Raleigh, aged 39, on 
Friday, 3 April, bur. 
at Colaton Raleigh 1 1 
April 1857. Will dated 
10 March 1857, proved 
at Exeter 6 August 
1859, by John Curzon 
Moore-Stevens, one of 
the Exors. 



=Louisa Julia, younger dau. 
of the Ven'''' John Moore- 
Stevens of Winscott, Torring- 
ton, CO. Devon, by Anne 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. William Roberts, 
Vice-Provost of Eton College ; 
born 17 February, bapt. at 
Otterton, co. Devon, 23 April 
1823; marr. at Exeter 
Cathedral 29 April 1847 ; 
died at the Vicarage, Colaton 
Raleigh, aged 33, on Saturday, 
10 May, bur. at Colaton 
Raleigh 16 May 1856. 

{See Pedigree of Moore-Stevens, 
Vol. 8, page 112.) 



Anna, bapt. at Diddle- 
bury 6 July 1819 ; 
died unmarried at 4 
Warborough Mount, 
Babbacombe, co. De- 
von, aged 60, on 
Saturday, 28 February, 
bur. at St. Mary- 
church, CO. Devon, 4 
March 1880. Adiiion 
(with will dated 7 Oc- 
tober 1 863 and codicil 
28 May 1868) was 
granted at Exeter 1 2 
June 1880, to the 
Rev. George Lowe, 
brother, the residuary 
legatee substituted. 



Rev. Thomas Hill Lowe, born 28 July, bapt. at=Janet, dau. of John Eleanor Lucy, born 
Colaton Raleigh 28 August 1848; of Exeter Williams of Llandough, at Colaton Raleigh 
College, Oxford, matriculated 30 November co. Glamorgan, by Mary 23 November, bapt. 



1867, B.A. of New Inn Hall, Oxford, 1873, 
M.A. 1874 ; Vicar of St. Michael's, \\'est Hill, 
Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon, since 1887. 



his wife, dau. of David there 23 December 

Morgan ; born 30 Oc- 1849. 

tober 1864; marr. at 

Llandough 27 January 

1885. 



Katharina Jane Caroline, of Penlee 
Gardens, Stoke Damerel, co. Devon ; 
bom at Devonport i July, bapt. at 
the parish church. Stoke Damerel, 
28 July 1851. 



Emma Florence Hastings, born 16 February, bapt. at 
the parish church. Stoke Damerel, 19 March 1854 ; 
died unmarried at 3 Wingfield Villas, Stoke Damerel, 
aged 29, on Saturday, 5 January, bur. at Burford, 
CO. Salop, II January 1884. 



152 



Emma, bapt. at Diddlebury, co. Salop, 28 
February 182 1 ; died unmarried at 4 War- 
borough Mount, Babbacombe, co. Devon, on 
Tuesday, 19 January 1892, bur. in St. Mary- 
church Cemetery, co. Devon. Will dated 
23 August 1882, with two codicils dated 23 
August 1882 and i February 1883, proved 
at Exeter 10 February 1892, by the Rev. 
Thomas Hill Lowe, nephew, the sole Exor. 



Harriet, bapt. at Diddlebury 24 April 1822 ; 
died unmarried at the Industrial Orphan 
Home, Warborough Mount, Babbacombe, 
aged 76, on Sunday, 27 February 1898, bur. 
in St. Marychurch Cemetery. Will dated 
9 November 1892, with codicil dated 6 January 
1893, proved at Exeter 12 May 1898, by the 
Rev. John Gilberd Pearse, the sole Exor. 



Charles Edward Francis Lowe of Fruit-= 
lands, Kamloops, British Columbia ; born 
12 February, bapt. at Colaton Raleigh, 
CO. Devon, 23 March 1851; Member 
of the Legislative Council of Canada. 



C^^^ft^* ^' ^^:^co^^__ 



=Rachel Annie, dau. of 
Joel Reaman, Member of 
the Legislative Assembly 
for the province of Assini- 
boia, Canada ; born 7 
February 1871; marr. at 
Yorkton, in the province 
of Saskatchewan, Canada, 
4 April 1889. 



George Henry Herbert 
Noel Lowe, bom 22 
June, bapt. at Colaton 
Raleigh 17 July 1853; 
died, aged 7 years and 
II months, 10 May, 
bur. at Up-Ottery, co. 
Devon, 15 May 1861. 



Noel Arthur Lowe, born at 
Vancouver, British Columbia, 
25 October 1895; bur. at 
Savona, Yale County, British 
Columbia, 15 September 
1907. 



Herbert Edward 
Lowe, born 2 1 
September 1899. 



Eleanor Catherine, born 22 Francis Joel 

January 1904; died at Lowe, bom 

Savona, Yale County, bur. 28 April 

there 13 September 1904. 1906. 



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^trolir of i^cVunljam ^arfe, co. Bet3on, 




Admiral Arthur 
Lowe (sec pai^f 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms, — Quarterly: Island 4th, Argent 
a chevron bulwecn three conies sable, 
Strode ; 2nd and 3rd, Or on a bend 
cotised sable three lions' heads erased 
of the first, Lowe. 

Crests. — I, On a mount vert a savin 
tree proper fructed gules, Strode ; 
2, A demi-griffin rampant or, LowE. 

Motto. — Hjeme viresco. 



=Florence, younger 
dau. of George 
Strode. 2nd wife. 



George Sydney Strode Strode of Newnham= 
]'ark, Plympton, co. Devon ; bom at 
3 Wingfield Villas, Stoke Uamerel on 
Tuesday, 29 January, bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 21 March 1861; entered the 
South Devon Regiment of Militia (after- 
wards 3rd Battalion Devonshire Regiment) 
as Lieutenant 27 Novembtr 1880, Captain 
3 March 1888, retired with rank of Hon. 
Major 1897 ; Instructor of Musketry ; 
J.l'. and D.L. for co. Devon, High Sheriff 
1906-1907 ; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 27 February 1897, the surname 
of Strode in lieu of that of Lowe, with 
permission to quarter the arms of Strode 
and Lowe in accordance with the 
directions of his grandfather's will on 
the death of his maternal aunt, Dorothy 
Georgiana Admonition Strode, who died 
unmarried 30 November 1896. 



=Anna Fielding, 
2nd dau. of 
Thomson Boyd 
of 14 Royal 
Terrace, Edin- 
burgh, by Mar- 
garet Fielding 
his wife, dau. of 
Arthur Pigott 
Brown, Captain 
50th West Kent 
Regiment; marr. 
at St. Paul's Epis- 
copal Church, 
Edinburgh, on 
\Vednesday, 26 
January 1887. 



Anna Margaret Dorothea, Eileen Ruth .Admonition, 

born at i Collingwood born at i CoUingwood 

Villas, Stoke Damerel, on Villas, Stoke Damerel, 

Sunday, 20 November, on Tuesday, 16 January, 

bapt. at Stoke Damerel bapt. at Stoke Damerel 

20 December 1887. 26 February 1894. 



Lieut.-Colonel Noel Herbert Strode Lowe, born at 3 Wingfield Villas, = 
Stoke Damerel, on Sunday, 14 December 1862, bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 17 February 1863; entered the Army as Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment (Militia) i July 1881, Lieutenant Queen's Own 
(Royal West Kent) Regiment 23 May 1885, Captain i February 1893, 
Major 8 May 1903, Lieut.-Colonel 19 August 1909; in command of 
Regiment at Lebong, Darjeeling, India; served in Egypt 1886, and at 
operations on the North-West Frontier of India 1897-98; with the 
Malakand Field Force in e.\pedition into the Mohmand country (slightly 
wounded, medal with clasp); served in South African War 1900-1902, 
at operations in the Orange Free State April and May 1900; in the 
Orange River Colony May to 29 November 1900, including actions at 

Biddulphsberg and Wittebergen i to 29 July; 

at operations in Cape Colony, South of Orange 

River, 1900 (Queen's medal with three clasps. 

King's medal with two clasps). 



^Henrietta Lander, 
youngest daughter 
of Major-General 
William John Chads 
of Dover Court, 
Southsea, co. Hants, 
C.B., and grand- 
daughter of Admiral 
Sir Henry Ducie 
Chads, G.C.B. {see 
page Jji); marr. at 
St. J ude's, Southsea, 
on Wednesday, 25 
March 1903. 




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154 



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iQg^iag^i^TO^^^ii^aiiii^ii)^^ 



DEVONSHIRE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Sable three bucks' heads 

caboshed argent. 
Crest. — A serpent nowed proper. 

Supporters. — Two bucks proper each wreathed round the neck with 
a chaplet of roses alternately argent and azure. 

Motto. — Cavendo tutus. 



33cl)ou0l)ire» 



William Cavendish, LL.D. (son of George Augustus=y=Hon'''' Louisa, eldest dau. of Cornelius, 



Henry, ist Earl of Burlington [3rd son of Williani, 
4th Duke of Devonshire, K.G.], by Lady Kli/abctli 
his wife, dau. and lieir of Charles, 7th Karl of 
Northampton); born 10 January 1783; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1S03, Hon. LL.D. 1811 ; 
M.P. for Knaresborough 1804, for Aylesbury 1804 
-1806, and for the borough of Derby 1806-12; 
died from the result of an accident at Holker, 
CO. Lancaster, aged 29, on Wednesday, 14 January, 
bur. at All Saints', Derby, 28 January 181 2. Will 
dated 25 December 1810, proved (P.C.C. 113 
Oxford^ 14 March 1812, by Lord Ceorge Augustus 
Henry Cavendish, father, and Charles Wilham 
Wentworth-Fitzwiliiam, two of the Exors. 



St Baron Lismore, by Frances his wife, 
nd d.iu. of John I'onsonby, Speaker 
of the House of Commons in Ireland ; 
bom 5 August 1779; marr. at Lady 
Lismore's house in Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, on Saturday, 
18 July 1807 ; died at Chislehurst, co. 
Kent, in her 84th year, on Friday, 17 
April 1863, bur. at Edensor, co. Derby. 
Will dated July 1858, [)roved (I'rin. Reg., 
411, 63) 16 July 1863, by William, Duke 
of Devonshire, Lord George Henry 
Cavendish and Lord Richard Cavendish, 
sons, the EXors. 



Sir William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, Marquess of= 
Hartington, Earl of Devonshire, Earl of Burlington, Baron 
Cavendish of Hardwicke and Baron Cavendish of Keigiiley, all 
in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, K.G., P.C, LL.D., 
D.C.L., F.R.S. ; born in Charles Street, Berkeley Stjuare, London, 
on Wednesday, 27 April 1808 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge (2nd Wrangler, Smith's Prizeman), B.A. and 
M.A. 1829, LL.D. 6 July 1S35, Chancellor of the University 
of Cambridge 1862, Chancellor of the University of London 
1835-56, and a Trustee of the Hunterian Museum; M.P. for 
the University of Cambridge 1829-31, for Malton 1831-32, and 
for North Derbyshire 1832 to May 1834; J. P. for the counties 
of Lancaster and Sussex, Lord-Lieutenant for co. Lancaster 
1857-58, Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for co.' 
Derby 1858, High Steward of the boroughs of Cambridge, i860, 
and Derby, Steward of the hundred of Amounderness, co. 
Lancaster; created K.G. 25 March 1858, sworn a Privy 
Councillor 1878; succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Earl of 
Burlington 4 May 1834, and his cousin, William Spencer, as 
7th Duke of Devonshire, 17 January 1858; died at Holker 
Hall, in his 84th year, on Monday, 21 December, bur. in the 
churchyard at Edensor, co. Derby, on Saturday, 26 December 
1891. Memorial services at St. Mary's and St. Saviour's, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, the .same day. Will dated 27 July 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 743, 92) 26 July 1892, by Spencer Compton, 
Duke of Devonshire. 



=Lady Blanche Georgiana, 
4th dau. of George, 6th 
Earl of Carlisle, K.G., by 
Lady Georgiana Dorothy 
his wife, elder dau. and 
coheir of William, 5th 
Duke of Devonshire, 
K.G. ; born 1 1 January 
181 2 ; marr. at Devon- 
shire House, Piccadilly, 
London, 6 August 1829; 
died at West Hill, Wands- 
worth, CO. Surrey, on 
Monday, 27 April 1840, 
bur. in the Carlisle family 
burial ground at Putney, co. 
Surrey, the remains being 
subsequently removed to 
Edensor, and placed beside 
those of her husband in 
the sunnner of 1892. 



William Cavendish, Lord Cavendish ; born in Belgrave Square, London, on Thursday, 
8 December 1831 ; died, aged 2\ years, on Thursday, 15 May 1834, bur. at Putney, the 
remains being subsequently removed to Edensor. 



158 



Frederick John Howard of Compton Place, co.= 
Sussex (son of the Hon'''" Frederick Howard, Major 
loth Hussars, and grandson of Frederick, 5th Earl 
of Carlisle, K.T.) ; born i March 1814: Private 
Secretary to his cousin, George ^\'illiam Frederick, 
7th Earl of Carlisle, K.G., when Chief Secretary for 
Ireland, 1835-41 ; died at Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
aged 83, on Sunday, 28 February 1897, bur. at 
Edensor, co. Derby. Will dated 30 June 1886, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 425, 97) 30 April 1897, by 
Alfred John Howard and Cecil George Savile, Baron 
Hawkesbury, the Exors. /t\ 



=Fanny, born 11 April 1809; raised to 
the rank of a Duke's daughter 3 July 
1858 ; marr. at Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 
I July 1837; died at Compton Place, 
aged 76, on Wednesday, 30 December 
1885, bur. at Edensor. Adfrion (with 
will dated 17 May 1880) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 337, 86) 13 April 1886, to 
Alfred John Howard, son, and Cecil 
George Savile Foljambe, the legatees in 
trust. 



Sir Spencer Compton Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, K.G.,= 
G.C.V.O., P.C, LL.D., D.C.L. ; born 23 July 1833; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1851, M.A. 
1854, Hon. LL.D. 1862, elected Chancellor of Cambridge 
University 1892, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 26 June 1878, Hon. 
LL.D. Leeds 1904, elected first Chancellor of Manchester 
University 1907, Lord Rector of the University of Edinburgh 
1877-80, a Senator of the University of London and a Trustee 
of the Hunterian Museum ; attached to Earl Granville's 
Special Embassy to Russia 1856, to attend the Coronation of 
Alexander H. ; M.P. for North Lancashire 1857-6S, New 
Radnor 1869-80, North-East Lancashire 1880-85, and for 
Rossendale division of North-East Lancashire 1885-91 ; a Lord 
of the Admiralty 1863, Under-Secretary for War 1863-66, 
Secretary of State for War 1866, Postmaster-General 1868-70, 
Chief Secretary for Ireland 1870-74, Secretary of State for India 
1880-82, and for War 1882-85, President of I3oard of Education 
1900-1902, and Lord President of the Council and President of 
Council of National Defence 1895-1903; an Hon. M. Inst. C.E. 
and Hon. Colonel 3rd Battalion and ist Volunteer Battalion 
Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) 
and ist Volunteer Battalion King's Own (Royal Lancashire 
Regiment) 1903, Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer Brigade Cinque 
Ports division Royal Artillery ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, 
Lord High Steward of the borough of Derby, Lord-Lieutenant 
and Custos Rotulorum for co. Derby, H.M. Lieutenant for the 
county and borough of Waterford 1895, Mayor of Eastbourne 
1897-98 ; Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons for co. 
Derby 1858 until his death; sworn a Privy Councillor 1866, 
K.G. 1892, G.C.V.O. 7 January 1907 ; succeeded his father 
as 8th Duke 21 December 1891 ; died at the Hotel Metropole, 
Cannes, France, on Tuesday, 24 March, bur. in the churchyard 
at Edensor, co. Derby, on Saturday, 28 March 1908. Memorial 
services at St. Margaret's, Westminster, and at the parish church, 
Eastbourne, the same day. Will dated 12 May 1902, with two 
codicils dated respectively 9 August 1904 and 28 June 1907, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 30, 1908) 16 July 1908, by Victor Christian 
William, Duke of Devonshire, and Richard Frederick Cavendish, 
two of the Exors. 



Countess Louise Fredericke 
Auguste, dau. of Charles 
Francis Victor, Count von 
Alten of Hanover, Germany; 
born 15 January 1832; 
Mistress of the Robes to 
Queen Victoria 1858-59, 
a Lady of Justice of the 
Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in 
England ; marr. by special 
licence at Christ Church, 
Down Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Tuesday, 16 
August 1892; marr. istly at 
the Palace Chapel, Hanover, 
and afterwards at the chapel 
of the British Embassy, 22 
July 1852, William Drogo, 
7th Duke of Manchester, 
K.P., who died, leaving issue, 
at Naples, Italy, on Friday, 
21 March 1890, bur. at 
Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon. 



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George Henry Cavendish of Ashford Hall, co. Derby ;= 
born 19 August 1810; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge; M.P. for North Derbyshire 
1834-80; J.l'. and D.L. for co. Derby; served in the 
Rifle Brigade 1832-34, Captain 2nd Derbyshire Militia 
1855, Major (Hon. Colonel) 3rd Derbyshire Rifle 
Volunteers 1860-80; raised to the rank of an I'^arl's 
son 1837, and to that of a Duke's son 3 July 1858; 
died at Ashford Hall, aged 70, on Thursday, 23 
September 1880, bur. at Edensor, co. Derby. Will dated 
I April 187S, proved (Prin. Reg., 927, 80) 14 December 
1880, by James Charles Cavendish, son, the sole Exor. 



=Lady Louisa, youngest dau. of Henrj', 
2nd Earl of Harewood ; born 10 
September 1812 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 4 July 
1835 ; died at 3 Belgrave Place, 
Westminster, aged 73, on Wednesday, 
10 March 1886, bur. at Edensor. 
Will dated i June 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 407, 86) 11 May 1886, 
by James Charles Cavendish, son, the 
sole Itxor. 



Henry George Cavendish, 
born at the residence of 
the Earl of Harewood, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 24 May 
1836 ; entered the Army 
as Ensign 68th Foot 26 
February 1856, Lieutenant 
23 August 1859; died at 
Edensor, aged 29, on 
Thursday, 9 November 
1865, bur. at Edensor. 
Administration was granted 
at Derby 6 February 1866, 
to Lord George Henry 
Cavendish, father and next 
of kin. 



Hon''''= Algernon Fulke Egerton, D.C.L.= 
(3rd son of Francis, ist Earl of Ellesmere, 
K.G.) ; born 31 December 1825; educated 
at Harrow and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 October 1843, B.A. 1848, 
Fellow of All Souls' College 1849-63, B.C.L. 
1853, D.C.L. 1857; of the Inner Temple 
1846; Lieut.- Colonel Commandant and 
Hon. Colonel Duke of Lancaster's Own 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1881-82, Hon. Colonel 
Queen's Own Lancaster Rifle Volunteers 
i860; M.P. for South Lancashire 1859 
-68, for South-East Lancashire 1868-80, 
and for Wigan December 1882-85; 
Secretary to the Admiralty 1874-80; died 
at 3 Belgrave Place, Westminster, aged 65, 
on Tuesday, 14 July, bur. at Worsley, co. 
Lancaster, 18 July 1891. Will dated 
2 September 1890, proved at Manchester 
28 September 1891, by the Hon'''*^ Alice 
Louisa Egerton of 3 Belgrave Place, relict, 
and James Charles Cavendish, the Exors. 



=Alice Louisa, born at 
Harewood House, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 18 
June 1837 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on 
Thursday, 22 January 
1863 ; died at 3 
Belgrave Place, West- 
minster, in her 68th 
year, on Tuesday, 28 
March, bur. at Worsley 
I April 1905. Will 
dated 23 March 1904, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
660, 1905) 10 May 
1 905, by James Charles 
Cavendish, brother, 
and Blanche Susan 
I'^gerton, daughter, 
two of the Exors. 



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Admiral the Hon*"'' Francis Egerton, F.R.G.S. (2nd son of= 
Francis, ist Earl of Ellesmere, K.G.); born 15 September 
1824 ; joined the Royal Navy in 1840, Captain i February 
1855, Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1865-73, Rear-Admiral 
1873, Vice-Admiral 1878, Admiral 1884 ; served on the 
Coast of Syria and was present at the bombardment of 
St. Jean d'Acre in 1840, and in command of the "Basilisk," 
in the Baltic during the Russian War 1854 (Syria and Baltic 
medals); M.P. for East Derbyshire 1868-85, and for North- 
East Derbyshire 1885-86 ; appointed Lord- Lieutenant for co. 
Surrey 1893, J. P. for the counties of Derby and Surrey; died 
suddenly at St. George's Hill, Weybridge, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 15 December, bur. at Byfleet, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
19 December 1895. Will dated i August 1889, with four 
codicils dated 24 July 1891 to 20 December 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 137, 96) 22 February 1896, by Lady Louisa Caroline 
Egerton, relict, Francis Charles Granville, Earl of Ellesmere, and 
the Hon'"'' Alfred Lyttelton, the Exors. 



=Louisa Caroline, born in 
Belgrave Square, London, 
on Monday, 16 March 1835; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Cartmel, co. Lancaster, on 
Tuesday, 2 6 September 1865; 
died at Hardwick Hall, co. 
Derby, aged 72, on Satur- 
day, 2 1 September, bur. 
at Byfleet on Thursday, 26 
September 1907. Memorial 
service at Edensor, co. Derby. 
Will dated 4 June 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1446, 
1907) II October 1907, by 
William Francis Egerton and 
Blanche Harriet Egerton, 
spinster, the Exors. 



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160 



Richard Cavendish, LL.D. ; born posthumous 3 July 1812; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1843; raised to the rank of a Duke's son 3 July 1858; died unmarried at 16 Savile Row, 
Westminster, in his 62nd year, on Wednesday, 19 November, bur. in the churchyard at 
Edensor, co. Derby, on Tuesday, 25 November 1S73. Will dated 13 July 1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 824, 73) 23 December 1873, by William, Duke of Devonshire, and Lord George Henry 
Cavendish, brothers, the Exors. 



Colonel James Charles Cavendish of Darley 
House, Darley Abbey, co. Derby, and of 
3 Belgrave Place, Westminster ; born at 
Harewood House, co. York, 15 November 
1838; Lieutenant Royal Artillery i August 
1855; Lieut.-Colonel Commanding (V.D.) 
2nd Volunteer Battalion The Sherwood 
Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derby- 
shire Regiment) May 1867-97, Hon. 
Colonel 2 January 1897, A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria 3 June 1891-1901, and 
to H.M. King Edward VH. 1901 ; J. P. 
and County Alderman for co. Derby. 



Arthur Cavendish, 
born at Harewood 
House, Hanover 
Square, London, 12 
December 1841 ; of 
the Royal Navy ; 
died at the Royal 
Naval Hospital, 
Devonport, aged 1 6, 
on Saturday, 13 
March 1858, bur. 
at Plymouth. 



Walter Frederick Cavendish, 
born in Belgrave Square, 
London, 6 November 1844; 
of the Prince Consort's Own 
(Rifle Brigade) ; died in 
camp at Agra, North-West 
Provinces, India, aged 22, 
on Monday, 26 November 
1866. 



Henry Robert, 2nd Viscount Hampden, G.C.M.G. ; born 2 May 1841 ;= 
educated at Rugby; M.P. for co. Hertford 1868-74, for Stroud 1880-85, 
and for Mid-Gloucester 1885-86; Surveyor-General of Ordnance 1883-85, 
Governor of New South Wales 1895-99; J-P- ^nd D.L. for co. Sussex, and 
J.P. for CO. Hertford ; Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England ; created G.C.M.G. 1899. He married 
istly at Bray, co. Berks, on Thursday, 21 January 1864, Victoria Alexandrina 
Leopoldine, eldest dau. of Jean Sylvain van de Weyer, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary of Belgium at the Court of St. James' ; died at 
Windsor, Victoria, on Thursday, 20 July 1865. He died at 5 Grosvenor 
Gardens, London, on Thursday, 22 November, and was bur. in the 
churchyard at Kimpton, co. Hertford, on Tuesday, 27 November 1906. 
Memorial service at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, the same day. 



=Susan Henrietta, 
of 5 Grosvenor 
Gardens, Lon- 
don ; born in 
Belgrave Square, 
London, 29 July 
1 846 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 14 
April 1868. 



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Frederick Charles Cavendish, P.C. ; born at Compton Place, co.= 
Sussex, 30 November 1836, bapt. there; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1854, M.A. 1858; Cornet in the 
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Cavalry ; Private Secretary 
to Lord Granville 1S59-64, and to Mr. Gladstone 1872 to 
August 1873 ; M.P. for the Northern division, West Riding, co. York, 
15 July 1865 to May 1882; a Junior Lord of the Treasury 
1873-74, Financial Secretary to the Treasury April 1880 to May 
1882, Chief Secretary for Ireland 1882: sworn a Privy Councillor 
6 May 1882, assassinated in Phoenix Park, Dublin, in his 46th 
year, on the day of his installation, Saturday, 6 May, bur. in the 
churchyard at Edensor 11 May 1882. A Memorial Window erected 
in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, at the cost of the Members of 
the House of Commons. Adinon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 4 August 1882, to Lucy Caroline, Lady Frederick Cavendish, 
relict. 



=Hon'''= Lucy Caroline, 
of 21 Carlton House 
Terrace, London (Maid 
of Honour to Queen 
Victoria), 2nd dau. of 
George William, 4th 
Baron Lyttelton, P.C., 
K.C.M.G. ; born in 
Carlton House Terrace 
on Sunday, 5 Septem- 
ber 1841, bapt. at St. 
Martin's - in-the -Fields, 
\Vestminster ; marr. at 
Westminster Abbey 7 
June 1864. 



161 



Lieut.-Colonel Edward Cavendish, born 28 January 1 838 ;=T-Hon'''' Emma Elizabeth (his cousin), of 



entered the Army as Ensign The Prince Consort's Own 
(Rifle Brigade) 19 February 1858, Lieutenant 21 Sep- 
tember i860 to 1865, Lieut.-Colonel 3rd Battalion 
Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire 
Regiment) 9 April 1881 ; M.P. for East Sussex 1865-68, 
and for North Derbyshire 1880; J. P. for the counties 
of Derby, Sussex and Lancaster ; died at Devonshire 
House, Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 18 May 1891, 
bur. at Edensor, co. Derby. Adiiion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 11 August 1891, to Lady Emma 
Elizabeth Cavendish, the relict. 



6 Carlos Place, Grosvenor Square, 
London, 4th dau. of \\'illiam .Saunders 
Sebright Lascelles, P.C., M.P. (3rd son 
of Henry, 2nd Earl of Harewood), by 
Lady Caroline Georgiana his wife, eldest 
dau. of George, 6th Earl of Carlisle ; 
born at Harewood House, co. York, on 
Saturday, 17 November 1838; Maid of 
Honour to Queen Victoria 1863-65, 
Hon. Bedchamber Woman to Princess 
Christian 1866; marr. 3 August 1865. 



Victor Christian William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, Marquess of= 
Hartington, Earl of Devonshire, Earl of Burlington, Baron Cavendish of 
Hardwicke and Baron Cavendish of Keighley, all in the Peerage of the 
United Kingdom, P.C. ; born at Devonshire House, Piccadilly, London, on 
Sunday, 31 May, bapt. at Christ Church, Down Street, Piccadilly, 25 June 
1868; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1887, B.A. 1891 ; Major Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry 
17 September 1901, Hon. Colonel 5th Battalion Sherwood Foresters 1908, 
Chairman Derbyshire Territorial Force Association 1908; J. P. and D.L. 
for the counties of I^ancaster and Derby, H.M.'s Lieutenant 1908, Lord High 
Steward of the borough of Derby; M.P. for West Derbyshire 1891-1908; 
Treasurer of the Household to Queen Victoria December 1900 to January 
1901, and to H.M. King Edward VH. 1901-1903; Financial Secretary to j 
the Treasury 1903-1905; President of Victoria Jubilee, Institute for Nurses; 
Chairman of Board of Trade Arbitration Court ; sworn a Privy Councillor 1 
for Great Britain 1905 ; Chancellor of the University of Leeds 1909 ; 
Vice-President of the Navy League 1909; Mayor of Eastbourne 1909-10; 
succeeded his uncle, Spencer Compton, as 9th Duke, 24 March 1908. 



=Lady Evelyn Emily 
Mary, elder dau. of 
Henry Charles Keith 
Petty, 5th Marquess 
of Lansdowne, K.G., 
by I^dy Maud 
Evelyn (Hamilton), 
C.I., his wife, dau. 
of James, Duke of 
Abercorn ; born 27 
August 1870 ; marr. 
at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on 

Saturday, 30 July 
1892. 



Edward William Spencer Cavendish, 
Marquess of Hartington ; bom at 
37 Park Lane, London, on Monday, 
6 May, bapt. at Christ Church, Down 
Street, Piccadilly, 2 July 1895 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Maud Louisa Emma, born 
at 37 Park Lane, London, 
on Monday, 20 April, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Down 
Street, Piccadilly, 2 1 May 
1896. 



Blanche Catherine, bom at 
37 Park Lane, London, on 
Wednesday, 2 February, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Down 
Street, Piccadilly, 31 March 
1898. 



I 
Dorothy Evelyn, born 

at 37 Park Lane, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 28 
July, bapt. at Cartmel, 
CO. I^ancaster, 1 5 
September 1900. 



Rachel, born at 37 
Park Lane, London, 
on Wednesday, 22 
January, bapt. at 
Flookburgh 1 6 March 
1902. 



Charles Arthur Francis 
Cavendish, born at 
Holker Hall on Tues- 
day, 29 August, bapt. at 
Flookburgh 8 October 
1905- 



Anne, born at Chatsworth 
on Monday, 30 August, 
bapt. at Edensor, co. 
Derby, 3 October 1909. 



162 



Lieut. -Colonel Richard Frederick' 
Cavendish of Holker Hall, co. 
Lancaster ; bom at Devonshire 
House, Piccadilly, London, on 
Tuesday, 31 January, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Down Street, 
Piccadilly, 7 March 187 1 ; granted 
the precedence of a son of a 
Duke November 1908 ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michael- 
mas Term, 1889, B.A. 1892 ; 
Lieut-Colonel sth Battalion Royal 
Lancaster Regiment since 1908 ; 
M.P. for Lonsdale Division of co. 
Lancaster July 1895 to January 
1906 ; appointed Secretary to 
Secretary of State for India (Lord 
George Hamilton), February 
1901 ; J. P. for CO. Lancaster 
1903- 



=Lady Moyra de 
Vere, 3rd dau. of 
William Amelius 
Aubrey, I oth Duke 
of St. Albans ; 
born at 4 Prince's 
Gate, London, on 
Thursday, 20 Jan- 
uary 1876 ; marr. 
at Bestwood, co. 
Nottingham, on 
Wednesday, 31 
July 1895. 



I 
John Spencer Cavendish, D.S.O. ; born 
at Devonshire House, Piccadilly, on 
Thursday, 25 March, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Down Street, Piccadilly, 5 May 
1875 ; granted the precedence of a son 
of a Duke November 1908; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1893; 
joined the ist Life Guards (from 
Militia) as 2nd Lieutenant 3 February 
1897, Lieutenant i April 1898, Captain 
23 August 1902: served in South 
African War 1899-1901, Divisional 
Signalling Officer to 2nd Infantry 
Division 9 October 1899 to 18 June 
1900, Brigade Signalling Officer 19 June 
to 12 October 1900; at operations 
at Colenso, Spion Kop, Vaalkranz, 
Pieter's Hill and relief of Ladysmith; 
took part in march from Bloemfontein 
to Pretoria (mentioned in despatches, 
medal with six clasps, D.S.O., 29 No- 
vember 1900) ; employed with West 
African Frontier Force 29 June 1907. 



Elizabeth Vere, 
born 22 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at 
Christ Church, 
Down Street, 
Piccadilly, 2 7 
February 1897. 



Alix, born at 7 
Culford Gardens, 
Chelsea, on Mon- 
day, 5 August, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Down 
Street, Piccadilly, 
2 September 1 901. 



Mary Katharine, 
born at Ightham 
Mote,Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent, on Mon- 
day, 20 July 1903. 



John Edward Compton 
Cavendish, born at 
Ashdown Place, Forest 
Row, CO. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 10 October 
1907 ; died aged •j\ 
months, on Friday, 29 
May, bur. at Flook- 
burgh, CO. Lancaster, 
I June 1908. 



Diana, born at 
Holker Hall 
on Wednesday, 
15 September 
1909. 



JjQjurS'^rh! 



{£ 



163 



porter of Crematon, co. Corntoall 

Arms. — Sable three church bells argent a canton ermine. 

Crests. — I, A dcnii-goal erect, Rissell ; 2, A portcullis, I'ortkr. 

Motto. — Vigilanlilius. 

Philip Porter of Saltash, co. Cornwall (3rtl son of Richard Porter=f=Eleanor, dau. of Nicholas Littleton 



of Wearde, St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Ezekiel Skinner of St. Stephen's-by-Saltash) ; born 24 January 
1789; Surgeon; died 11 May 1820, bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 

M.I. \\ ill dated 4 April 1820, proved at Bodmin 

820, by John Littleton, the Exor. 



Saltash. 
10 June 




^ 



Fac-simile of autograph from indenture dated 17 November 1806. 



of Briyhtor, co. Cornwall, by 
'I'homazine his wife, dau. of Philip 
Blake; bom 6 July 1791; niarr. 
at St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 29 
May 1816; died 28 December 
1 88 1, bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash. \LL Miniature Portrait 
at Saltash in the possession of 
Philip Erisey Blackburn Porter, 
her grandson. 

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Philip Porter of Saltash 
died s.p. 13 November 
Adiiion (with will dated 



born 16 April 181 7; Surgeon Royal Navy ;= 

1884, bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash. M.L 

19 December 1865) was granted at Bodmin 

13 January 1885, to Philip Erisey 

BUn:kburn Porter of Saltash, 

nephew. Portrait at Trematon 

Castle in the possession of Colonel 

T/wmas Cole Porter, C.B., his 

nephew. 
Signature to deed dated 10 October 1867. 




=Mary Blake, daughter of 
\\'illiam Palmer of Mark- 
well, CO. Cornwall ; born 
23 August 181 6; marr. 
at St. Erney, co. Corn- 
wall, I May 1857 ; died 
30 August 1884, bur. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash. 
M.L 



Mary Frances= 
Louisa, youngest 
dau. of James 
William McLeod 
of Rasay, Isles 
of Skye ; born 
14 March 1853 ; 
marr. at Umballa, 
India, on Satur- 
day, 2 November 
1878; died at 
Aldershot, co. 
Hants, 4 May 
1898, bur. at 
St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash. M.L 
1st wife. 



Colonel Thomas Cole Porter of Trematon Castle and of= 
Shillingham Manor, both co. Cornwall, C. B. ; born 3 August, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 4 September 185 1 ; entered 
the 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) as Sub-Lieutenant 24 
February 1872, Lieutenant 1873, Captain 1878, Major 1886, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1895, Colonel by brevet 1899, Substantive 
Colonel I May 1905; Brigadier-General Cavalry Brigade, 
South Africa, 9 February 1900 to 22 February 1901, Staff 
Officer for Imperial Yeomanry, Southern Command, i May 
1905 to 27 July 1906, Brigadier-General, Potchefstroom, 
Sul>l)istrict, South Africa, 28 July 1906 to 3 .Vugust 1908; 
served in Afghan War 1S79-80 (mentioned in des[)atches, 
medal); in South African War 1899-1901, on Staff (as 
Brigadier-General ist Cavalry Brigade from 9 February 
1900), at relief of Kimberley, operations in the Orange Free 
State, including operations at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefon- 
tein. Vet River and Zand River; in the Transvaal, including action near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill; in Cape Colony, including action 
at (Jolesberg (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 4 May igoo and 
8 February 1901, Queen's medal with five clasps, C.B. 21 November 1901); 
J. P. for CO. Cornwall. Portrait by Sylvester at Trematon Castle. 



Jane Eliza, dau. 
of William Chapell 
Hodge of Pounds, 
CO. Devon, J. P., by 
Jane Eliza his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Buller, 
Rector of Lanreath, 
CO. Cornwall ; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, 19 February 
1903. 2nd wife. 



Godfrey Erisey Aleck Russell Porter, 
born at 72 Drayton Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, on Friday, 8 June 
1 888, bapt. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash ; Lieutenant 4th Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment (Militia) ; died 
20 September 1908, bur. at St. 
Stcphen's-by-Saltash. 




C^M.. 



William Erisey Buller Porter, born at Trematon Castle o\\ 
Monday, 31 October 1904, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 
8 January 1905. 

164 



Mary Philips, Rev. Erisey John Porter of Dene Lodge, Morwenstowe,= 

died unmar- co. Cornwall; born 9 August 1820; of Corpus Christi 

ried, aged 26, College, Cambridge, B.A. (Honours : 5th Jun. Opt.) 

19 April 1845, 1844, and Science Certificate, South Kensington, 1879; 

bur. at St. Rector of Middleton Scriven, co. Salop, 1861-66, Vicar 

Stephen's - by - of Metfield, co. Suffolk, 1866-S2, and of Welcombe, 

Saltash, co. co. Devon, 1882 until his death ; died 28 January 

Cornwall. M.I. 1907, bur. at St. Stephen's- by-Saltash. M.I. Will 

dated 4 March 1903, proved at Bodmin 4 May 1907, 

by Philip Erisey Blackburn Porter, gent., and Ellen 

Loveday Porter, son and daughter, the Exors. Portrait 

at Tremato?i Castle in the possession of Colonel Thomas 

Cole Porter, C.B., his son. 



=Emma, dau. of 
Edward Blackburn 
of Leasinghara, co. 
Lincoln, by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of John 
Ely of Tattershall, 
CO. Lincoln ; born 
6 July 1818 ; marr. 
at Leasingham 18 
July 1849 ; died 20 
August 1897, bur. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash. M.I. 



Roderick Porter of Glenside, Saltash= 
(only son of William Spicer Porter 
of Saltash, by Eliza Letitia his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Philip Peek, and 
great-grandson of Richard Porter of 
Wearde, St. Stephen's-by-Saltash) ; 
born 21 July 1862. 



=Ellen Loveday, born 
3 June 1853, bapt. 
at St. Ervan, co. 
Cornwall ; marr. at 
Morwenstowe, co. 
Cornwall, 6 August 
1889. 



Philip Erisey Blackburn Porter 
of The Hermitage, Saltash, and 
of Dene Lodge, Morwenstowe ; 
born 3 August 1858, bapt. at 
Bigbury, co. Devon ; Mayor of 
Saltash 1892; Author of "Around 
and About Saltash," 1905. 




165 



Conj)cr, 



Arms. — Argent a chevron between three unicorns' heads couped gules. 
Cresl. — An unicorn's head couped proper homed maned bearded or. 



Lady Sarah, daughter of= 
Alexander, 3rd Earl of 
Fife, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of George Skene of Skene, 
CO. Aberdeen ; bom in 
1 790; marr. at St. Martin's- 
in-the-Fields, Westminster, 
20 June 1807 ; died at 
Edinburgh, aged 21, 8 
March 181 1, ist wife. 



James Daniel Collyer, bom 
at 39 Greek Street, Soho, 
London, 7 Febmary, bapt. 
18 Februar)', and died 22 
February 1808, bur. at St. 
Anne's, Soho. 



=Daniel Collyer of Necton Lodge and of= 
\Vroxham, co. Norfolk (eldest son of the Rev. 
Daniel Collyer of Wroxham Hall and of 
Necton Lodge, by Catherine his wife, dau. 
and coheir of John Bedingfeld of Caister, 
CO. Norfolk ; and brother of the Ven*"'' John 
Bedingfeld Collyer of Hackford Hall, co. 
Norfolk, see Vol. g, page ij) ; born 1 5 August 
1775 ; died at Shield Hill, co. Lanark, 
aged 48, on Friday, 2 January 1824, bur. at 
Quothquan, co. Lanark. 

(For earlier Pedigree see '^Notes'' to 
" Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VJII., page lig.) 



•Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Chancellor of 
Shield Hill, co. 
Lanark, by Grace 
Noble his wife ; 
marr. at Edinburgh 
14 April 1813 ; 
died at 5 Darnaway 
Street, Edinburgh, 
on Saturday, 29 
October 1853, bur. 
at Ayr. 2nd wife. 



Mary Forbes, eldest= 
dau. of Alexander 
Chancellor of Shield 
Hill, CO. Lanark; 
marr. at George 
Square, Edinburgh, 
24 April 1846; died 
at Gopalpore, India, 
21 May 1848, bur. 
at Berhampore, in 
the English Burial 
Ground, ist wife. 



=Colonel George Chancellor Collyer of Hill House,= 
CO. Norfolk; bom 14 May 1814; entered Madras 
Engineers 1835, ^nd Lieutenant 13 May 1839, 
ist Lieutenant 1845, Captain 1848, retired as 
Colonel 30 September 1861 ; died at 88 Kensington 
Gardens Square, London, in his 84th year, on 
Tuesday, 14 December, bur. at Hendon, co. Middle- 
sex, on Saturday, 18 December 1897. Funeral 
service at St. Matthew's, St. Petersburgh Place, 
Bayswater, London. Will dated 12 December 
1894, with two codicils dated 6 December 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 18, 98) 19 January 1898, by 
Major-General John Heron Maxwell Shaw-Stewart, 
R.E., William John Collyer and Andrew Alexander 
Wood, the Exors. 



=Rose Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of Joseph Dillon 
of Finchley, co. 
Middlesex ; bom 3 
August 1834 ; marr. 
at Madras, India, on 
Thursday, iS October 
1855; died at 88 
Kensington Gardens 
Square, London, on 
Thursday, i Novem- 
ber, bur. at Hendon 
on Tuesday, 6 Novem- 
ber 1894. 2nd wife. 



Major-General John Heron Maxwell Shaw Stewart (2nd son of John Shaw= 
Shaw-Stewart, by Jane Stuart his wife, dau. of Sir John Shaw Heron-Maxwell 
of Springkell, in Annandale, co. Dumfries, Baronet) ; born at Springkell 
9 September 1831 ; entered the Army 10 January 1851, Lieutenant 1854, 
Captain 1858, Major 1861, Lieut.-Colonel 1876, Colonel i October 1877, 
Colonel Royal (Madras) Engineers 19 May 1886, retired 7 September 1886, 
with hon. rank of Major-General ; Consulting Engineer for Railways and 
Joint Secretary to Government Department of Public Works, Madras ; 
commanded the Madras Sappers throughout the Chinese Campaign of 
i860, and was present at the action of Sinho, capture of Tangchow and 
of the Taku Forts, action of Palichau and subsequent operations ending 
in the surrender of Pekin (medal with two clasps, brevet of Major) ; 
F.R.S. Edin. ; Alderman of the borough of Paddington ; died at 7 Inverness 
Terrace, Bayswater, London, aged 76, on Monday, 6 July, cremated at 
Brookwood, co. Surrey, on Friday, 10 July 1908. Memorial service at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, the previous day. Will dated 25 
July 1898, with two codicils dated respectively 7 July 1902 and 9 January 
1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 108, 1908) 30 July 1908, by Mary Winifred 
Shaw-Stewart, daughter, William John Collyer and Basil Heron Shaw- 
Stewart, three of the Exors. 



166 



A 



=Mary Catherine 
Bedingfeld, bornat 
14 George Square, 
Edinburgh, 2oFeb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. 
Thomas' Episcopal 
Chapel, Edin- 
burgh, 18 April 
1847; marr. at St. 
John's Episcopal 
Church, Edin- 
burgh, on Thurs- 
day, 7 September 
187 1 ; died at 
Carnock, Larbert, 
CO. Stirling, on 
Wednesday, 22 
December, bur. at 
Dunmore, co. Stir- 
ling, on Monday, 
2 7 December 1 909. 



John Daniel Collyer of=Adelaide Mary, dau. of John Batman of Melbourne, Australia; 

Turumberry, Murray River, marr. andly at Harperfield on Tuesday, 12 October 1858, 

Australia ; died at Harper- William Bertram of Nisbet and Kerswell, both co. Lanark, 

field, CO. Lanark, on J. P. and D.L., formerly Lieutenant 72nd and 77th Foot, Captain 

Thursday, 11 January 1855, Royal Lanark Militia and Captain of Volunteers; died in 1905; 

bur. at Quothquan, co. She died 25 May 1882, bur. at Camwath, co. Lanark. 
Lanark. 



Eliza, dau. of John= 
Batman, founder of 
Melbourne, Australia; 
marr. at Melbourne 
in 1846 ; died at 
Kerswell, co. Lanark, 
on Monda)', 24 No- 
vember 1862, bur. 
at Quothquan. ist 
wife. 



=William Daniel Collyer of Turumberry,=f=Jane Scott, eldest dau. of 



Murray River, Australia, afterwards of 
Cormiston Towers, co. Lanark, and of 
Craignethan, Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset; born 28 February 1824; J.P. 
for Victoria and for co. Lanark ; Captain 
Royal Lanark Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
died suddenly at Craignethan, Weston- 
super-Mare, aged 73, on Thursday, 
14 October, bur. at Quothquan on 
Tuesday, 19 October 1897. Confirmation 
of William John Collyer, Daniel William 
Collyer and John Bedingfeld Collyer. 
Sealed in London 28 March 1898. 




James Main of Hunt Hill 
and Scraesburgh, co. Rox- 
burgh, by Margaret Pott 
Elliot his wife ; bom at 
Hunt Hill 18 March 1840; 
marr. at St. Thomas' Episco- 
pal Chapel, Edinburgh, on 
Thursday, 21 July 1864; 
died on Tuesday, 22 May, 
bur. at Quothquan on Mon- 
day, 28 May 1900. 2nd wife. 



Daniel William Collyerof Cormiston; Margaret Elliot, George Chancellor Collyer (twin with 
bom at Cormiston Towers on Sun- born at Cormiston William John) ; bom at Cormiston 
day, 23 September 1866, bapt. there; Towers on Wed- Towers on Tuesday, 6 July 1869, 
educated at Downton Agricultural nesday, 22 January bapt. there ; died suddenly at Bynya, 
College, Salisbury. i858, bapt. there. Narrandera, New South Wales, on 

Tuesday, 5 April 1892, bur. there. 



William John Collyer= 
(twin with George 
Chancellor) ; bom 
at Cormiston Towers 
on Tuesday, 6 July 
1869, bapt. there; 
educated at King's 
School, Bruton, co. 
Somerset ; admitted 
a Solicitor in August 
1891. 



=Isabel, 2nd dau. of 
Andrew Mackay of 
Rogart, CO. Sutherland, 
by Johanna his wife, dau. 
of Donald Sutherland ; 
born at Cambusavie, 
Dornoch, co. Suther- 
land, 28 March 1875 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 13 
March 1909. 



John Bedingfeld Collyer, 
bom at Cormiston Towers 
on Monday, 20 March 1871, 
bapt. there ; educated at 
King's School, Bruton. 

James Andrew Collyer, born 
at 8 Lansdown Place, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 4 August 
1874, bapt. at the parish 
church, Clifton ; died, aged 
20, on Wednesday, 27 March 
1895, bur. at Ealing, co. 
Middlesex. 



Elizabeth Rose 
Chancellor, born 
at 8 Lansdown 
Place, Clifton, 
on Thursday, 
4 March 1880, 
bapt. at the 
parish church, 
Clifton. 




JFitsljixclD, 



James William Freshfield of Mynthurst,= 
Leigh, CO. Surrey, F.R.S., F.S.A. (son 
of James Freshfield of Chertsey, co. 
Surrey, and of King's Head Court, 
Holborn, London) ; born at Windsor, 
CO. Berks, lo April 1775; Pensioner 
at Peterhousc, Cambridge ; admitted 
a Solicitor 1795, Solicitor to the Hank 
of England 1812-40, called to the 
Bar at (Iray's Inn 16 November 1842 ; 
Major Hon. Artillery Company 4 No- 
vember 1843 ; ALP. for Penryn and 
Falmouth 1830-32, 1S35-41 and 1852 
-57, and for Bi^ston 1851-52; J. P. for 
the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, 
High Sheriff 1849, ^""^ Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions, Chairman of the 
Arms onncarJ iiii/ii ColUxco/Arr,,!.— Divorce Committee 1856-57, D.L. 

Per bend nebuly or and azure two bendlets f Middlesex, Commissioner of 

between six escallops all counter-ch.inged. , . r 1 /-• <• t 

Cresi.—K demi-angel proper winged or Lieutenancy for the City of Lon- 
vesled argent the arms in chain mail liolding don; admitted a Member of the 
a lance in bend point downward also proper Clockmakers' Company by patrimony 
charged on the breast with a cross botonny , February i8or, and to the Livery 
and on the head a like cross gules. . .; ,., ■ . . ,^ , 

Moito.-SohWiMis virtus non stemma January 1609; Chairman and founder 
character. of the CJlobe Insurance Company ; a 

Treasurer of the Corporation of the 
Sons of the Clergy; F.R.S. 10 April 
1834, F.S.A. ; Author of "County Rates," 1854. He married 2ndly in 
1 82 1, Frances James, eldest dau. of John Sims of Church Hill House, 
Walthamstow, co. Essex; died on Sunday, 8 May 1842. He died at 
6 Devonshire Place, London, aged 89, on Monday, 27 June 1864, and 
was bur. at Reigate, co. Surrey. Will dated 26 September i86o, with codicil 
dated 20 August 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 466, 64) 29 July 1864, by Charles 
Kaye Freshfield and Henry Ray Freshfield, sons, and .Arthur Kekewich, 
husband of testator's eldest grand-daughter, three of the Exors. Power 
reserved to Eliza Freshfield, spinster, daughter, the other Exor. 



=Mary, dau. of 
James Blackett; 
born 22 Octo- 
ber 1766 ; mar- 
ried 26 Feb- 
ruary 1 799; died 
at The Manor 
House, Stoke 
Newington, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Monday, 1 1 Oc- 
tober 181 5, bur. 
in the Bunhill 
Fields Burial 
Ground, City 
Road, London. 
1st wife. 



I ,1. 

Mary, born 13 James \\ illiam Freshfield of The= 

December 1 799; Wilderness, Reigate, and of New 
died 19 March Bank Buildings, London ; born 
1812. 19 March 1801 ; Solicitor to the 

Bank of England ; died at his 
father's house, 6 Devonshire Place, 
London, aged 56, on Tuesday, 
19 May 1857, bur. at Reigate. 
Will dated 6 September 1855, 
proved (P.C.C. 457. 57) 9 June 
1857, by Charles Kaye Fresh- 
field and Henry Ray Freshfield, 
brothers, the Exors. 



=Mary Anne, eldest dau. of Thomas I")awes 
of liudford Row, London ; born i 5 .April 
1800; niarr. at St. Mary .Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, on Tuesday, 18 .March 
1828; died at 128 Marine Parade, 
Brighton, on Saturday, 20 March 1875, 
bur. at Reigate. Will dated 31 January 
1873, proved (Prin. Reg, 305, 75) 
23 .April 1875, by William Dawes Fresh- 
field, Edwin Freshfield and the Rev. John 
Minet Freshfield, sons, the Exors. 



168 



Eliza, born 4 July 1802; died unmarried at her residence, 
8 Royal Crescent, Brighton, co. Sussex, in her 82nd year, on 
Thursday, 7 February 1884, bur. at Reigate, co. Surrey. Will 
dated 8 June 1874, with two codicils dated respectively 19 
September 1874 and 21 November 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 209, 84) 24 March 1884, by Charles Kaye Freshfield 
and Henry Ray Freshfield, brothers, the Exors. 



Emilie, bom 10 January 
1804; died unmarried at 
the house of her brother, 
Charles Kaye Freshfield, at 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 19 November 
1852. 



^Marianne, born 
on Thursday, 26 
November 1829; 
marr. at Reigate 
on Thursday, 23 
September 1858. 



The Rt. Hon^e Sir Arthur= 
Kekewich, P.C. (2nd son 
of Samuel Trehawke 
Kekewich of Peamore, co. 
Devon, M.P., J.P. and 
D.L., by Agatha Maria 
Sophia his ist wife, 4th 
dau. of John Langston of 
Sarsden, CO. Oxford); born 
26 July 1832 ; educated 
at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 11 March 1850, B.A. 1854 
(ist-class Classics and 2nd-class Math.), 
Fellow of Exeter College 1854-58, M.A. 
1856; Student of Lincoln's Inn 8 November 
1854, called to the Bar 7 June 1858, Q.C. 
4 May 1877, Bencher 4 July 1881, Judge of 
the Chancery Division of the High Court of 
Justice, 1886 ; knighted at Windsor Castle 
26 November 1886; Treasurer of Lincoln's 
Inn 1902; sworn of the Privy Council 
9 November 1906; died at his residence, 
7 Devonshire Place, Marylebone, London, 
aged 75, on Friday, 22 November, bur. at 
Exminster, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 26 
November 1907. Memorial services at the 
chapel of Lincoln's Inn and St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, London, the same day. Will 
dated 17 April 1906, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 2, 1907) 14 December 1907, by 
Charles Granville Kekewich, William Fleming 
Blaine and Paul Ogden Lawrence, K.C., 
three of the Exors. 



William Dawes Freshfield= 
of Mynthurst, Leigh, 
and of The Wilderness, 
Reigate, both co. Surrey; 
born on Saturday, 1 1 
June 183 1 ; educated at 
Winchester College and 
at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1849, 
B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856; 
died suddenly at Hom- 
burg, Germany, in his 
73rd year, on Wednes- 
day, 19 August, bur. at 
Reigate on Friday, 28 
August 1903. Will dated 
9 September 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1186, 1903) 
30 October 1903, by 
Ed«in Freshfield and 
Carey Hampton Borrer, 
retired Major in H.M. 
Army, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Catherine, 
and dau. of the 
Rev. Carey Hampton 
Borrer, Rector of 
Hurstpierpoint, co. 
Sussex, and Preben- 
dary of Chichester 
Cathedral, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, 3rd 
dau. of James Orr 
of Holy wood House, 
CO. Do.vn ; bom at the 
Rectory, Hurstpier- 
point, on Tuesday, 
24 May 1842; marr. 
at Hurstpierpoint on 
Tuesday, 22 April 
1862 ; died at The 
W'ildemess, Reigate, 
on Friday, 4 De- 
cember 1 89 1, bur. at 
Reigate. 



A 



James William Freshfield, born at 18 
Taviton Street, Gordon Square, London, 
on Saturday, 25 April 1863 ; died at 
64 Westboume Terrace, Paddington, 
London, aged 10, on Tuesday, 5 August, 
bur. at Gatton, co. Surrey, 9 August 1873. 



169 



Anna Maria, born 9 May 1805 ; died unmarried at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 14 September 1848. 



Laura, bom 12 June 1806; 
died unmarried. 



B 



Edwin Freshfield of The Mint, Chipstead, co. Surrey,= 
and of New Bank Buildings, London, LL. I)., P'.S.A. ; 
born on Monday, 26 November 1832; educated at 
Winchester and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1850, B.A. 1854, 
M.A. 1857, LL.U. 1884; F.S.A. ; Solicitor to the 
Bank of England ; one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the 
City of London. 



=Zoe Charlotte, eldest dau. of James 
Frederick Hanson of Smyrna, Turkey ; 
marr. at the British Consulate Chapel, 
Smyrna (by the Rev. John Minet 
Freshfield), on Thursday, 12 Septem- 
ber 1 86 1 ; died at 35 Russell Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 9 April 1902. 
Will dated i March 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 483, 1902) 28 April 1902, 
by Edwin Freshfield, LL.D., husband, 
the sole Exor. 



Edwin Hanson Freshfield of Juniper Hill, Reigate, co. Surrey, and of= 
New Bank Buildings, London; born at 13 Taviton Street, Gordon 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 12 January 1864; educated at 
Winchester and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michael- 
mas Term, 1881, B.A. 1884, ^LA. 1888; F.S.A. ; one of H.M.'s 
Lieutenants for the City of London ; admitted a Solicitor in 1888. 



e>t.^>t^ C/T£^''i!>t^<^Ui^^^^f/-^ 




^Mary Lee, younger dau. 
of Alexander Fowler 
Riddell of Montreal, 
Canada, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of David 
Gigner Campbell Morris 
of S. Th^rese, de Blain- 
ville, Quebec, Canada ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Montreal, on Saturday, 
29 April 1905. 



Edwin Hanson Freshfield, born at Juniper Hill, 
Reigate, on Sunday, 16 May, bapt. at Lower 
Kingswood, co. Surrey, 19 June 1909. 



Helen Marion, born 
at Reigate on Tuesday, 
9 August 1864, bapt. 
at Hurstpierpoint 



Frances Mary, bom at 
The Wilderness, Reigate, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, 
27 October 1867, bapt. 
at the parish church, 
Reigate. 



Cicily Ruth, born at Brighton on 
Tuesday, 22 November 1870, bapt. at 
Ovingdean, co. Sussex ; died unmarried 
at 64 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, 
London, in her 21st year, on Monday, 
II May, bur. at Reigate 15 May 1891. 



170 



Charles Kaye Freshfield of Upper datton, co.= 
Surrey; born ii March 1808; educated at Charter- 
house; admitted a Solicitor in 1831, Solicitor to the 
Bank of England ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Surrey ; 
admitted a Member of the Clockmakers' Company 
by patrimony 1840; M.P. for Dover 1865-68 
and 1874-85 ; one of H.M. Lieutenants for the 
City of London ; elected a Director of the East 
Indian Railway Company 1870; died at his 
residence, Collingwood House, 127 Marine Parade, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, in his 84th year, on 
Saturday, 5 June 1891. Will dated 22 January 1889, 
with codicil dated 8 March 1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 727, 91) 20 July 1 89 1, by Henry Ray 
Freshfield, brother, William Dawes Freshfield, 
Edwin Freshfield, LL.D., and Douglas William 
Freshfield, Barrister-at-Law, nephews, the Exors. 



■Elizabeth Sims, only 
child of Daniel 
Stephenson of Guil- 
ford Street, Russell 
Square, London ; 
marr. at Croydon, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 7 Oc- 
tober 1834; died 
at Brighton, aged 
36, on Wednesday, 
30 May 1849. 



Katherine, born 27 
July 1809 ; died at 
8 Royal Crescent, 
Brighton, in her 
83rd year, on Fri- 
day, 29 January 
1892, bur. at Rei- 
gate, CO. Surrey. 
Will dated 17 June 
1888, with codicil 
dated 1 7 April 
1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 285, 92) 12 
March 1B92, by 
Henry Ray Fresh- 
field, the surviving 
Exor. 



Herbert Stephenson Freshfield, 
born at Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, on Tuesday, 9 February 
1 836 ; died there on Monday, 
21 January 1839. 



Francis Freshfield, born at 
Guilford Street, London, on Fri- 
day, 12 January 1838; died at 
Hampstead, aged 6, on Tuesday, 
16 July 1844. 



Mary, bom at Hampstead 
on Thursday, 5 December 
1839 ; died at Brighton, 
aged 9, on Sunday, i April 
1849. 



Rev. Vernon Musgrave (son of the Ven'''* Charles Baxter Musgrave,= 
Archdeacon of Craven, in Ripon) ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1849, B.A. (Jun. Opt., Math. Tripos) 1853, 
M.A. 1856, of Wells Theological College 1853; Vicar of Mattersey, co. 
Nottingham, 1855-62, Rector of Hascombe, co. Surrey, 1862, Rural Dean 
of Godalming 1871-1904, Hon. Canon of Winchester 1881, Proctor in 
Convocation for the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Surrey 1888 until his 
death; died on Monday, 8 October 1906, bur. in the churchyard at 
Hascombe. Will dated 8 May 1901, with codicil dated 26 November 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1641, 1906) 31 December 1906, by Charles Thomas 
Musgrave, Edwin Freshfield, LL.D., and Edwin Hanson Freshfield, the 
surviving Exors. 



=Frances, bom 14 
March 1834; 
marr. at Rei- 
gate on Thursday, 
30 August 1855; 
died at Has- 
combe Rectory 
on Thursday, 3 
January, buried 
at Hascombe 7 
January 1901. 



Bernard Marr= 
Johnson, 2nd 
son of Thomas 
Marr Johnson, 
by Katherine 
his wife, dau. of 
John Clutton of 
Flanchford, co. 
Surrey. 



'Blanche Lilian, born at 64 Westboume 
Terrace, Paddington, London, on Satur- 
day, 25 April 1874, bapt. at St. James', 
Paddington ; marr. at the parish church, 
Reigate (by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of 
Shrewsbury, assisted by her uncle, the 
Rev. Frank Parnell, Rector of Oxted, co. 
Surrey), on Wednesday, 30 October 1901. 



A 



James William Freshfield of The 
Wilderness, Reigate; born at 64 
Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, 
London, on Wednesday, 11 July 
1877, bapt. at St. Mark's, Reigate; 
educated privately and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1895, B.A. 
1898, M.A. 1901 ; Solicitor, 
admitted February 1902. 



171 



Lieut. -Colonel John Sims Freshfield, born 4 April 181 1; of the= 
ist Madras Light Cavalrj', appointed Cadet 1827, Cornet 
3 September 1828, Lieutenant 8 January 1835, Captain 20 April 
1843, retired as Lieut.-Coloncl 25 July 1856; Adjutant Governor's 
Body Guard ; died at Ticehurst, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 24 
February 1863. Will dated 2 March 1852, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 215, 63) 13 April 1863, by Elizabeth Freshfield, relict, one 
of the surviving Exors. 



=F,lizaheth. dau. of James 
Scott of Forfar ; niarr. at 
St. George's Cathedral, 
Madras, India, on \Vediie.s- 
day, 19 July 1837 ; died at 
her residence, 19 Norfolk 
Terrace, Brighton, aged 73, 
on Friday, 11 May 1888. 



Henrietta Valentia, Clifford Fortescue Borrer of Pickwell,===Christina Sophia, born at 



bornat Hampstead, co. Sussex (2nd son of the Rev. Carey 
CO. Middlesex, on Hampton Borrer, Rector of Hurstpier- 
Friday, 29 Octo- point, co. Sussex, and Prebendary of 
her 1841 ; died at Chichester Cathedral, by Elizabeth his 
Brighton, aged 7, wife, 3rd dau. of James Orr of Holy wood 
on Friday, 13 April House, co. Down); bom at the Rectory, 
1849. Hurstpierpoint, on Friday, 5 March 1841 ; 

Ensign 60th King's Royal Rifle Corps 20 
April i860 ; J. P. for co. Sussex ; died 
at Clayton, co. Sussex, aged 43, on Friday, 29 August 1884. 
Will dated 10 September 1883, with codicil dated 15 August 
1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 756, 84) 16 October 1884, by 
Christina Sophia Borrer, relict, the sole Executrix. He marr. 
istly Mary Jane, 2nd dau. of the Hon''''= William Charles 
Gibson, C.M.G. A 



Hampstead on Saturday, 15 
April 1843 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Brighton (by 
the Rev. Carey Hampton 
Borrer), on Thursday, 25 
October 1866; marr. 2ndly 
at St. James', Spanish Place, 
London, on Wednesday, 23 
May 1900, Sir Frederick 
Richard Saunders of The 
Drive, Hove, co. Sussex, 
K.C.M.G. (son of Frederick 
Saunders of Guildford, co. 
Surrey); born 7 July 1838. 



Rev. John Minet Freshfield, born in London on= 
Friday, 31 July 1835, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lothbury, London, 23 March 1836 ; educated at 
Winchester and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
1 December 1853, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1873; Rector of 
Stanton-by-Dale, co. Derby, 1862-72, and of All 
Souls', Langham Place, London, 1872-79, Perpetual 
Curate of St. Paul's Chapel, Marylebone, London, 
1874-79, Rector of Windlesham, co. Surrey, 1879-99, 
and of Easton, co. Hants, since 1899, Rural Dean of 
Woking 1894-99. 



=Harriet Louisa Fonnercau, youngest 
dau. of Charles Lillingston of The 
Chauntry, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, by 
Harriot his wife, only dau. of the 
Rev. Charles William Fonnereau of 
Christchurch Park, Ipswich ; born at 
Christchurch Park, Ipswich, 10 July 
1839, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
19 Ai)ril 1840; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Edward Lillingston), 
on Thursday, 22 June 1865. 

i^See Pedigree of Lillingston, Vol. p, 
page 40.) 



Agnes Cecilia, born at 
Stanton-by-Dale Abbey on 
Wednesday, 30 May 1866, 
bapt. at Stanton-by-Dale. 



Euphemia Thekla, born at 
Stanton-by-Dale Abbey on 
Sunday, 3 November 1867, 
bapt. at Stanton-by-Dale. 



Eva Mary, born at the Rectory, 
Stanton-by-Dale Abbey, on 
Monday, 29 November 1869, 
bapt. at Stanton-by-Dale. 



172 



Frances Sopliia, born on Monday, i6 November 1812; died unmarried, aged 19, on 
Tuesday, 17 April 1832. 



Lieut. -Colonel Dudley Carleton Smith= 
of Beabeg, co. Meath (2nd son of 
Henry Jeremiah Smith of Beabeg, by 
the Hon'"''' Henrietta Priscilla his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Lieut.-Colonel the Hon'''= 
George Carleton, and sister of Guy, 
3rd Baron Dorchester) ; Lieut-Colonel 
3rd Battalion East Surrey Regiment 
(Militia), retired 28 November 1883. 



=Alice Anna, born at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 19 
August 1S45; marr. at the parish 
church, Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 12 October 1865; died 
27 June 1902. Will dated 25 July 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 1000, 
1902) 25 July 1902, by Carleton 
Smith, retired Colonel H.M. 
Army, one of the Exors. 



Constance Emilie, 
born at 1 17 Marine 
Parade, Brighton, 
on Saturday, 1 8 
September 1847 ; 
died at Brighton, 
aged 10 months, 
on Saturday, 12 
August 1848. 



Rev. Joseph Jonathan Dent Dent (2nd son of Joseph Dent of Ribston Hall,=j=Laura Manning, 



CO. York, and of Winterton, co. Lincoln, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Birley) ; born 8 July 1829; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1847, B.A. 1852, ALA. 1855 ; Vicar of Hunsingore, 
CO. York, 1872 until his death, Hon. Canon of Ripon 1894, Rural Dean 
of Boroughbridge 1899; died at Hunsingore, aged 78, on Sunday, 14 July, 
bur. there on Thursday, 18 July 1907. Will dated 28 June 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 10, 1907) 6 September 1907, by Laura Manning Dent, relict, 
and Ernest Freshfield Dent, the Exors. /[^ 



born on Sunday, 
19 March 1837 ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Reigate, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 1 7 April 
i860. 



Winfrid Bulwer Jenyns (youngest son of= 
the Rev. Charles Fitzgerald Gambler 
Jenyns, Rector of Knebworth, co. 
Hertford, and of Bottisham Hall, co. 
Cambridge, by Rose Emily Lytton his 
wife, eldest dau. of \VilIiam Earle Lytton 
Bulwer of Heydon Hall, co. Norfolk, J. P. 
and D.L.) ; born 7 February 1880, bapt. 
at Melbourne, CO. Cambridge; educated at 
Bradfield College, co. Berks, and at Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1889. 



=Phebe Millicent, born 
at Stanton-by-Dale 
Abbey, co. Derby, on 
Thursday, 1 5 June 
187 1, bapt. at Stan- 
ton-by-Dale ; marr. at 
Easton, co. Hants (by 
her father), on Wed- 
nesday, 31 January 
1906. 



Jessica Lillingston, born at 
I Fitzroy Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 20 May 1873, bapt. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London. 

Margaret Keble, bom at 
I Fitzroy Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 25 April 1876, bapt. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London. 



Arthur Hugh Clough of= 
Castle Top, Burley, co. 
Hants (only son of Arthur 
Hugh Clough of Embley, 
Ramsey, co. Hants, by 
Blanche his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Smith); born 16 
December 1859; of Tri- 
nity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1879, B.A. 1884, 
M.A. 1888; formerly of 
H.M. Education Office, 
Whitehall. 



=Eleanor Clarens, 
born at Mickle- 
ham, CO. Surrey, 
on Monday, 5 
September 1870; 
marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, onThursday, 
9 February 1893. 



Edmund Montagu Prinsep= 
Fisher of 5 Swan Walk, Chel- 
sea, CO. Middlesex (3rd son 
of Herbert William Fisher of 
Whitley Ridge, Brockenhurst, 
CO. Hants, by Mary Louisa 
his wife, 2nd dau. of John 
Jackson, M.D.); born at 
Onslow Square, London, 13 
January 1S72 ; educated at 
Haileybury ; Architect. 



=Janie Magdalene, 
born at Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. 
Kent, on Mon- 
day, 20 Septem- 
ber 1875 ; marr. 
at Forest Row, 
CO. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 6 June 
1899. 



A 



{See Pedigree of Fisher, Vol. ij, 
page ISO.) 



173 



Henry Ray Freshfield of Kidbrooke Park, East= 
Grinstead, co. Sussex ; born on Wednesday, 
2 February 1814; Solicitor to the Bank of 
England; J. P. for co. Sussex; Member of the 
Court of Lieutenancy of the City of London ; 
High Sheriff for co. Sussex 1885 ; died at 
Kidbrooke Park, aged 81, on Friday, 8 February 
1895, bur. at Forest Row, co. Sussex. Will dated 
24 February 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 412, 95) 
2 April 1895, by Douglas William Freshfield, 
one of the Exors. 



A child died 
shortly after its 
birth and bur. 
with its mother 
in Hunhill 

Fields 15urial 
Ground, City 
Road, London. 



Jane Quintin, dau. of 
William Crawford of Pipp 
Brook, Dorking, CO. Surrey, 
M.P. for the City of 
London ; marr. at the 
parish church, Dorking 
(by the Rev. Charles John 
Crawford, Rector of Wood- 
mansteme, co. Surrey) on 
Thursday, i October 1840; 
Author of "Alpine By-ways 
in the Grisons " ; died at Kidbrooke Park, 
in her 87th year, on Saturday, 16 March 
1 90 1, bur. at Forest Row. \Vill dated 21 
February 1895, with codicil dated 16 March 

1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 581, 1901)8 May 

1 90 1, by Douglas Williaui Freshfield and 
Walter Trower, the Exors. 



Douglas William Freshfield of Wych Cross Place, Forest Row, co. Sussex,=j=Augusta Charlotte, 



and "A Tour 




and of I Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill, Kensington, London ; born at 
Devonshire Street, Portland Place, London, on Monday, 27 April 1845; 
educated at Eton and at University College, Oxford, matriculated 
2 December 1863, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870; a Student of the Inner 
Temple 26 May 1866, called to the Bar 10 January 1870; J. P. for co. 
Sussex; Member of the Council Royal (leographical Society 1878-94 
and 1905, Vice-President .since 1908; Founders' Gold Medal 1903; 
President Alpine Club 1893-95, President Geographical Section, British 
Association, 1904, Treasurer Hellenic Society, President Society 
Geographical Teachers, and Chairman of the Society of Authors 1903 
-1904 and 1908-1909; Author of "Thonon to Trent," 1865, "Travels 
in Central Caucasus and Bashan," 1869, "The Italian Alps," 1875, 
"The Exploration of the Caucasus," 1896, "Round Kangchenjunga," 
1903; Editor of "Alpine Journal," 1872-80, and "Murray's Switzerland," 
and Joint Editor of Royal Geographical Society's " Hints to Travellers," 
1883, 1889 and 1893. 



lyfi^lc^ uiT^^^^^^^t,^^-^ 



eldest dau. of 
the Hon"^'" William 
Ritchie, Advocate- 
(Jeneral of Calcutta, 
India, by Auguste 
Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of Captain 
Trimming, R.N. ; 
born 10 May 1847; 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 27 November 
1869. 



Henry Douglas FVeshfield, born at Kidbrooke 
Park, East Grinstead, on Monday, 10 September 
1877, bapt. at Forest Row; died at Stonehouse, 
Broadstairs, co. Kent, in his 14th year, on 
Saturday, 16 May, bur. in Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 20 May 1891. 



Olivia Blanche, born 
at Stanhope Gardens, 
South Kensington, 
London, on Wednes- 
day, 3 January 1879. 



Katharine Margaret, 
born at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on Fri- 
day, 2 January 1885. 




•74 



j^etoman- 



Robert Finch Newman of Artillery Place, Finsbury=j=Dudley, eldest dau. of Joshua and Ann 



Square, London (son of John and Charlotte 
Newman) ; City Solicitor ; died 28 November, 
bur. in the cemetery at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
4 December 1839. Will dated 5 September 1839, 
proved (P.C.C. 189 Arden) 10 March 1840, 
by Dudley Newman, relict, Robert William Peake, 
cousin, and Ferdinand Brand, the Exors. 



Rutland of Writtle, co. Essex ; marr. at 
Writtle on Friday, 8 November 1822 ; 
died at Eltham, co. Kent, 19 April 1875, 
bur. there. Will dated 4 July 1872, with 
codicil dated 12 February 1S75, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 428, 75) 24 May 1875, by 
the Rev. Francis Browne Newman, son, 
one of the Exors. 



Emily Gracilla, born at 
Sion College Gardens, 
London, on Monday, 
25 August, bapt. at 
St. Alphage, London 
Wall, 21 September 
1823; died 10 May, 
bur. at Eltham 13 May 
1905. Will dated 2 
July 1898, with codicil 
dated 9 November 
1904, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 870, 1905) 24 
June 1905, by Caroline 
Dudley Newman and 
Mary Sophia Newman, 
spinsters, the surviving 
Exors. 



Robert Rutland Newman, born at Sion= 
College Gardens, London, on Friday, 
3 December, bapt. at St. Alphage, 
London Wall, 30 December 1824; 
died at 40 Russell Square, London, 
20 March, bur. at Eltham 25 March 
1878. Will dated 9 November 1874, 
with codicil dated 30 March 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 428, 78) 2 May 
1878, by Frances Sarah Newman, 
relict, and the Rev. Francis Browne 
Newman, brother, two of the Exors. 



=Frances Sarah, youngest dau. 
of Daniel Burton Scott of 
Ingham, co. Norfolk ; born 
at Hunter's Hall, Epping, co. 
Essex, 7 February 1832; marr. 
at St. Pancras', London, on 
Thursday, 21 April 1853; 
died at Harrow Lodge, West 
Malvern, co. Worcester, 8 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Eltham 12 
September 1906. Will dated 
14 July 1896, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1500, 1906) 2 November 
1906, by Caroline Dudley 
Newman and Maud Emilie 
Newman, spinsters, the 
Executrixes. 



Caroline Dudley, born at 
52 Doughty Street, London, 
on Thursday, 4 May, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Regent Square, 
London, 7 June 1854. 



Frances Edith, born at 52 
Doughty Street, London, 13 
November 1858, bapt. at Eltham 
I January 1859; died 21 No- 
vember, bur. at Eltham 26 
November 1863. 



Maud Emilie, bom at 53 
Upper Bedford Place, 
London, on Monday, 9 
April, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, London, 4 
July i860. 



Charles Frederick Newman, 
born at Hurst Place, Bexley, 
CO. Kent, 29 May 1858, bapt. 
at Bexley ; died at Normans- 
field, Hampton Wick, co. 
Middlesex, aged 37, on 
Thursday, 1 2 September, 
bur. at Bexley 16 September 
1895. 



Dudley Newman of Athole,= 
Broxbourne, co. Hertford, 
F.R.LB.A. ; bom at Hurst 
Place, Bexley, co. Kent, 21 
June 1859, bapt. at Be.xley ; 
educated at Charterhouse, 
entered 187 1, and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, matricula- 
ted Michaelmas Term, 1877. 



=Katherine, dau. of the Rev. John 
Beauvoir Dalison, Rector of 
Manton, co. Lincoln, by Harriet 
Augusta his wife, dau. of Captain 
Charles Shaw, R.N.; born at the 
Rectory, Manton, 8 October 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Upwell, co. 
Norfolk, 16 September 1890. 



Dudley Dalison Newman, bom at Methven, Broxbourne, 
CO. Hertford, on Sunday, 8 August 1897, bapt. at 
St. Peter's and St. Paul's, Upwell; died at Athole, 
Broxbourne, aged 5 years, on Friday, 3 October, bur. 
at Broxbourne 7 October 1902. 



'75 



Rev. Francis Browne Newman, bom at 15 Artillery Place, =pSophia Elizabeth, youngest 

Finsbury Scjuare, London, on Sunday, 5 March, bapt. at dau. of Cornelius Paine of 

St. Luke's, Old Street, London, 5 April 1826; of Caius College, Kemp Town, co. Sussex; 

Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 29 June 1858, B.A. (St. born 25 August 1826; marr. 

Catherine's College) 1862, M.A. 1867; Rector (1872) and at St. Nicholas', Brighton, 

Patron of Burton Latimer, co. Northampton, Rural Dean of co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 14 

Walden 1892-95; died at Verulam House, St. Albans, co. July 1857; died 26 Novem- 

Hertford, aged 75, on Tuesday, 11 June, bur. at Burton ber 1900, bur. at Burton 

Latimer on Friday, 14 June 1901. Latimer. 



Rev. Charles Ernest Newman of Park House,= 
St. John's, Worcester ; born at Lee Park, co. Kent, 
on Sunday, 6 June, bapt. at Christ Church, Lee, 
17 July 1858; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1877, B.A. 
(2nd-class Theology) 1881, M.A. 1884; Vicar of 
St. Matthew's, Northampton, 1895- 1903. 



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Frances Mary, born 24 November, 
bapt. at Market Harborough, co. 
Leicester, 31 December 1886. 



=Deborah Mary, dau. of 
the Rev. Francis Pier- 
point Burton Norman 
Hutton, Vicar of St. 
Saviour's, Leicester ; 
born 23 March, bapt. 
at St. James', \\'est 
Bromwich, co. Stafford, 
30 May i86i ; marr. at 
St. Saviour's, Leicester, 
10 June 1884. 



Mary Sophia, born 
at Cambridge on 
Friday, 15 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary- 
the-Less, Cam- 
bridge, 1 7 August 
1859. 



John Burton Newman, born 12 
December 1888, bapt. at Market 
Harborough 7 February 1889. 



Annie Cecilia Mabel, bom at 
I Pembroke Place, Cambridge, on 
Wednesday, i May, bapt. at the 
church of the Holy Sepulchre, 
Cambridge, 21 July 1861. 



Dora Mildred, born 
at Burton Latimer 
on Tuesday, 3 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
5 April 1863. 



Evelyn Susanna, 
horn at lUirton 
LatimeronThurs- 
day,6 June, bapt. 
there 2 1 July 
1867. 



Frances Beatrice, 
born 13 July, bapt. 
at Murton Latimer 
27 July 1868. 



George Herbert Newman= 
of Bergh Apton, co. 
Norfolk ; born at Hurst, 
Bexley, co. Kent, on 
Friday, 5 October i860, 
bapt. at Bexley; entered 
Charterhouse 1871. 



=Emily Jane (his cousin), eldest dau. of James Murray 
Dale of Rowley House, Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, by 
Anne Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of James Norris 
of Debenham, co. Suffolk ; bom in Church Terrace, 
Lee, CO. Kent, 23 May, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Lee, 
30 June 1852; marr. at Aldeburgh 3 January 1882. 

(See Pedigree of Dale, Vol. 14, page 42.) 



Mary Emily, 
born 4 No- 
vember, bapt. 
at Bexley 
30 November 
1861. 



Ruth, born i June Geoffrey Gunnell Newman, born at Notting Hill, 

1883, bapt. at St. London, 30 April 1886; bapt. at St. Mark's, Notting 

Mark's, Notting Hill, Hill, London ; educated at Charterhouse and at Keble 

London. College, Oxford, matriculated October 1908. 



176 



George Gunnell Newman of Hurst Place, Bexley, co. Kent ;= 
born at 15 Artillery Place, Finsbury Square, London, on 
Saturday, 30 June, bapt. at St. Luke's, Old Street, 
London, 27 July 1827; Solicitor; died at 14 Ennismore 
Gardens, Knightsbridge, London, aged 57, on Saturday, 
24 January, bur. at St. Mary's, Bexley, 28 January 1885. 
Will dated 20 August 1864, with two codicils dated 
respectively 9 September 1880 and 9 January 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 364, 85) 2 April 1885, by Frances Josephine 
Newman of Hurst Place, Bexley, relict, the Rev. Francis 
Browne Newman of Burton Latimer, co. Northampton, 
brother, and Cecil Clare Marston Dale of 2 Old Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. 



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=Frances Josephine, youngest dau. 
of the Very Rev. Thomas Dale, 
D.D., Dean of Rochester, by 
Emily Jane his wife, dau. of 
William Malcott Richardson ; 
bom at Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, 6 February, bapt. at 
St. Bride's, Fleet Street, London, 
20 March 1837 ; marr. at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex (by 
her brother, the Rev. Thomas 
Pelham Dale, Rector of St. 
^'edast's, Foster Lane, London), 
on Thursday, 10 September 1857. 

(See Pedigree of Dale, Vol. 14, 
page 47.) 



Rev. William= 
Henry Hickson 
(son of William 
Hickson) ; of 
Trinity College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1 6 October 
1873, aged 18, 
B.A.i877,M.A. 
1880 ; Vicar of 
Low Marple, co. 
Chester, 1892. 



=Helen Frances,born 
at Hurst Place, 
Bexley, on Sunday, 
9 November 1862, 
bapt. at Bexley ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bexley (by the Rev. 
Francis Browne 
Newman, assisted 
by the Rev. Lawford 
William Torriano 
Dale), on Wednes- 
day, 22 June 1887. 



Rev. Thomas Rowland 
(younger son of Thomas Hall, 
B.A., Assistant Master City of 
London School, by Louisa Martha 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Edward 
Stewart, R.N., of Monmouth) ; 
born at Mildmay Park, London, 
27 October 1858, bapt. at St. 
Jude's, Mildmay Park ; of Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted 
January 1878, B.A. 1882, M.A. 
1888; Senior Curate of St. 
Patrick's, Hove, co. Sussex, 1893 
-1904, Chaplain to Windlesham 
House School, Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex, 1898-1904, Assistant Master, 
Brighton College, 1902 -1904, 
Rector of Kirstead, co. Norfolk, 
1904. ^ 



Hall=i=Flora Lucy, born at 
52 Russell Square, 
London, 23 January 
1864, bapt. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Bexley 
(by the Rev. Francis 
Browne Newman, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Lawford William 
Torriano Dale), on 
Wednesday, 22 June 
1887. 



177 



Charlotte Mar)-, born at 15 Artillery Place, 
Finsbury Square, London, on Sunday, 
I March, bapt. at St. Luke's, Old Street, 
London, 3 April 1829; died 3 September 
1904, bur. at Eltham, co. Kent. 



Dudley Newman, born at i Highbury Terrace, 
Islington, London, on Wednesday, 8 September, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Islington, 6 October 1830; 
died at Worthing, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 
19 October 1854, bur. at Broadwater, co. Sussex. 



I 
Lieut.-Colonel Ernest Peake Newman, born at i Higlibury 
Terrace, Islington, 25 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, Islington, 
30 May 1832 ; entered the Army as Ensign 47th Foot 22 
February 1855, Lieutenant 27 August 1855, Captain 15 October 
1861, Major by brevet 29 December 1874, Major 8 December 1877, 
retired as Lieut.-Colonel 20 March 1878 ; for sometime Instructor 
of Musketry ; died at 8 Belgrave Villas, Lee, co. Kent, 1 1 
F'ebruary 1897, bur. at Eltham. Will dated 9 September 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 444, 97) 12 April 1897, by the Rev. Francis 
Browne Newman, brother, the sole Exor. 



Richard Vernon Newman, 
born at i Highbury Ter- 
race, Islington, 25 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, 22 June 1836; 
died 14 March 1838, bur. 
in the vault of the Chapel 
of Ease, Islington. 



Francis Arthur Charrington of=pKathleen Clara, born at Hurst Rutland John Newman, 



Ashtead, co. Surrey (2nd son of 
Thomas Charrington of Mayfield, 
Chislehurst, co. Kent) ; born at 
Chislehurst 20 November, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Chislehurst, on 
St. Thomas' Day, 2 1 December 
1858. A 



Place, Bexley, co. Kent, i July born at Great Cumber- 

1869, bapt. at Halfway Street land Place, Hyde Park, 

Chapel, Wimpole Street, London; London, i April, bapt. 

marr. at the Church of the privately, died 13 April, 

Annunciation, Chislehurst, on bur. at Bexley 17 April 

Wednesday, 17 October 1900. 1878. 



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178 




iSootpj. 



Sir William Boothby of Ashbourne Hall, co. Derby,= 
Baronet (younger son of Sir Brooke Boothby, 6th 
Baronet, by Pha'be his 2nd wife, only child of 
William Hollins of Moseley, co. Stafford) ; bom 
at Ashbourne 4 March, bapt. there 16 March 
174I; joined the 63rd Foot 24 December 1760 
Ensign 51st Foot (stationed at Minorca 1772-82), 
22 April 1763, Lieutenant 21 April 1769, Captain 

22 April 1778, Major 26 October 1786, afterwards 
Mansfield troop of Yeomanry Cavalry ; succeeded 
his brother. Sir Brooke Boothby, as 8th Baronet 

23 January 1824; died at Edwinstowe, co. 
Nottingham, aged 78, 17 March, bur. at Ash- 
bourne 24 March 1824. Will proved 9 May 1825. 



=Rafela, dau. 
of Don Miguel 
Del Gardo 
of Mahon, in 
the Island of 
Minorca: born 
in 1757; marr. 
in Minorca 
14 May 1781 ; 
died at Edwin- 
stowe, aged 72, 
bur. at Ash- 
bourne 20 
March 1829. 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Argent on a canton sable a 
lion's jamb erased and erect or. 

Crest. — A lion's jamb erased and 
erecl or. 

Motto. — Mors Christi mors mortis 
mihi. 



Signature from a letter dated 
" Edwinstowe, 4"> Sep' 1809." 



Signature from a letter dated " Edwinstowe, 
31 August 1822." 



Fanny, only dau.= 
of Colonel John 
Henry Jcnkinson 
of Winchester, and 
niece of Charles, 
I St Earl of Liver- 
pool ; born in July 
1781 ; marr. by 
licence at St. 
Michael's, Win- 
chester, 19 January 
1805 ; died at 
Ashbourne Hall, 
aged 58, on Tues- 
day, 2 January, ' 
bur. at Ashbourne 
9 January 1838. 
^LI. ist wife. 



Sir William Boothby of Ashbourne Hall, Baronet, = 
Receiver-General of Customs at the Port of London; 
born at Lichfield 25 March 1782; Lieutenant 59th 
Foot 5 July 179s, Captain 15th Light Dragoons; 
A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cumberland; 
Commissioner of Customs for England and Wales 
15 September 18 13, and for the United Kingdom 
13 September 1823; Paymaster to the Corps of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms 2 May 1827; D.L. for co. 
Derby; succeeded his father as 9th Baronet 17 
March 1824; died at Ashbourne Hall, aged 64, 
21 April, bur. at Ashbourne 27 April 1846. Will 
dated 7 May 1833, proved (P.C.C. 405, 46) 19 June 
1846, by the Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert 
Boothby, Baronet, son, one of the survivi'ng Exors. 




=Louisa Cranstoun, eldest dau. 
of Frederick Hayes Macna- 
inara of lirettenham Hall, co. 
Suffolk, and widow of John 
Alexander Nisbett, Captain 
ist Life Guards ; born at 
Balls Pond, Islington, co. 
Middlesex, i April 1812 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Fulham, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 October 
1844; a well-known Actress; 
died at Rose Mount, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
aged 45, on Saturday, 16 
January 1858. AdBion was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 13 February 1858, to 
Henry Macnamara, Barrister- 
at-Law, brother. 2nd wife. 



Signature to a letter dated " Appulderconibe, 
16 August 1809." 



Rev. the Honi"'^ Charles Dundas (4th son of Robert, 2nd=j=Louisa Maria, bapt. at ^Vinchester 19 January 



Viscount Melville, K.T., F.R.S., General of the Royal 
Archers of Scotland); born at Mamhead, co. Devon, 11 
December 1806; of Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1826; Rector of Epworth, co. Lincoln, 1843 until his 
death. Rural Dean of Axholme 1866, Prebendary of 
Lincoln ; died at Epworth, aged 76, on Saturday, 24 
February 1883, bur. there. Will dated 19 April 1881, 
proved at Lincoln 2 May 1883, by Louisa Maria Dundas, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



1806; marr. at Ashbourne i August 1833; 
died at St. Martin's, Stamford Baron, co. 
Northampton, in her 90th year, on Friday, 
6 September 1895, bur. at Epworth. \<\\\ 
dated 16 July 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 131, 95) 9 October 1895, by Gertrude Susan 
Dundas, Louisa Montagu Dundas, Laura 
Mary Dundas and Blanche Cecil Jane 
Dundas, spinsters, daughters, the Executrixes. 



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179 



Rev. Brooke Boothby, born 15 March, bapt. at Edwinstowe,=f=Hon'''' Louisa Henrietta, 2nd dau 

CO. Nottingham, 5 July 1784; admitted on the foundation of ' " 

the Charterhouse i May 1798; of Christ Church, Oxford, 

matriculated 11 May 1802, B.A. 1806, M.A. 1808; Rector of 

Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, 1810; Prebendary of 

Dunham in the Collegiate Church of Southwell 1818 ; died at 

Kirkby-in-.Vshfield, aged 44, 4 January, bur. there 10 January 

1829. Adinon was granted (P.C.C. Liverpool) 4 November 

1829, to the Hon'''= Louisa Henrietta Boothby, relict. 




of Henry, 3rd Baron Vernon ; 
bapt. at Nuthall, co. Nottingham, 
II May 1788; marr. at Sudbury, 
CO. Derby, 4 November 181 6, 
marriage settlements dated 2 No- 
vember ; died at Sudbury, in 
her 73rd year, on Wednesday, 6 
March, bur. there 12 March 
1 86 1. Will dated 28 March i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 210, 61) 17 
April 1 86 1, by the Rev. Frederick 
Anson and the Hon''''= Augustus 
Henry Vernon, the Exors. 



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ij^or issue see page 1S2.) 



Caroline Mary, died 
at 20 Half Moon 
Street, Piccadilly, 
London, aged 79, 
on Easter Eve, 
Saturday, 9 April 
1887, bur. at Nor- 
biton, CO. Surrey. 
Will dated 20 Jan- 
uary 1883, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 587, 87) 
7 July 1887, by Sir 
Brooke Boothby, 
Baronet, nephew, 
the sole Exor. 



Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert Boothby= 
of Broadlow Ash, co. Derby, Baronet ; 
born at Winchester, co. Hants, 21 January 
1809 ; educated at Charterhouse and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 
December 1825, B.A. and Fellow of All 
Souls' College 1829, M.A. 1833; Rector 
of Elmley, co. Kent, 1846-52, and of 
Welwyn, CO. Hertford, 17 September 1852 
until his death ; succeeded his father as 
loth Baronet 21 April 1846; died at 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, aged 56, on 
Friday, 22 September 1865, bur. at 
Welwyn. Will dated 12 January 1858, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 736, 65) 4 December 
1865, by Cecil Brook Boothby, brother, 
and Madgwick Spicer Davidson, two of 
the Exors. 




=Martha Serena, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Boothby, Vicar of 
Sutterton and Barnoldljy, both co. 
Lincoln, by Marianne Catherine 
his wife, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Basil Bury Beridge of Algarkirk, 
CO. Lincoln ; born 29 November 
1826, bapt. at Sutterton 30 August 
1830; marr. at Hawkesbury, co. 
Gloucester (by the Rev. Evelyn 
Boothby), on Tuesday, 7 Sep- 
tember 1852; died on Tuesday, 29 
June, bur. at Welwyn on Saturday, 
3 July 1909. Memorial service 
at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 
London, the same day. Will dated 
18 August 1903, with two codicils 
dated 16 December 1905 and 20 
June 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 210, 
1909) 29 July 1909, by Sir Brooke 
Boothby, Baronet, and Arthur 
Charles Davidson, the Exors. 

{See page 188.) 



I I ^ 
Florence Emma, 

bapt. at Welwyn 

3 January 1854. 



Rosalind Louisa, 
bapt. at Welwyn 
30 January 1855. 



Sir Brooke Boothby of Broadlow Ash, Baronet ; born at the Rectory, Welwyn, 
on Tuesday, 18 November 1856, bapt. at Welwyn i January 1857 ; educated at 
Harrow; nominated an Attach^ 23 September 1881, appointed to Athens 
24 March 1883, Brussels 13 August 1884, Lisbon 25 January 1886, Rome 16 
July 1887, Vienna 8 March 1889, Lisbon 27 March 1894, Munich 27 May 
1895, and to Paris 4 December 1896; Secretary of Legation at Rio de Janeiro 
19 December 1898, Tokio 26 October 1901, and Brussels 9 August 1902; 
Councillor of Embassy at Vienna 7 May 1905; appointed Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary at Santiago 15 April 1907, but did not proceed 
there; retired 1 December 1908; succeeded his father as nth Baronet 
22 September 1865. 



180 



Rev. Charles Boothby, bom in Dublin 20 February= 
1786, bapt. there; 2nd Captain Royal Engineers 
24 June 1809; lost his leg at the battle of Talavera 
28 July 1809, taken prisoner by the French, and 
was afterwards exchanged ; of St. Mary's Hall, 
O.xford, matriculated 7 July 1815, B.A. 1819; 
Prebendary of North Muskham, in the Collegiate 
Church of Southwell 18 18, Vicar of Sutterton, co. 
Lincoln 18 19, and Rector of Barnoldby-le-Beck, co. 
Lincoln, 1838 ; Author of "A Prisoner of France" 
and " Under the British Flag " ; died at Sutterton, 
aged 60, 19 August 1846, bur. at Algarkirk, co. 
Lincoln. Will dated 19 August 1846, proved 
(P.C.C. 771, 46) 7 November 1846, by Marianne 
Catherine Boothby, relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Marianne Catherine, 
youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Basil Bury Beridge 
of Algarkirk ; born at 
Algarkirk, bapt. there 
II January 1801; marr. 
at Algarkirk 24 October 
1820; died at Coombe 
Bury, Kingston-on- 
Thames, aged 84, on 
Monday, 22 December 
1884, bur. at Algarkirk. 
Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
13 March 1885, to the 
Rev. ^\"illiam Henry 
Boothby, son and one 
of the next of kin. 



iyit-ti,.^ 



Louisa Rafela, bom 
at Edwinstowe, co. 
Nottingham, in 1787; 
died at Coombe Bury, 
Kingston-on-Thames, 
in her 84th year, on 
Saturday, 30 April 
1870, bur. at Ash- 
bourne, CO. Derby. 
Will dated 2 April 
1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg.,39i,7o)i8 June 
1870, by Cecil Brooke 
Boothby and Charles 
Edward Boothby, 
nephews, the Exors. 



^/^.--.--^^ 



From a letter dated " Madrid, Le 9 Janvier 1810." /|\ From a letter dated 20 September 1880. 

{For issue see page i8j.) 



Fanny Charlotte 
Anne, died in 
Lower Belgrave 
Street, London, 
on Wednesday, 6 
December 1876, 
bur. at Norbiton, 
CO. Surrey. 



Cecil Brook Boothby, born 18 November 
1813; educated at Charterhouse and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 
June 1832; died at 20 Half Moon Street, 
Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 8 Jan- 
uary 1883, bur. at Norbiton. Will dated 
30 May 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 105, 83) 
23 February 1883, by Caroline Mary 
Boothby, spinster, sister, sole Executrix. 



Maria, died at 20 Half Moon Street, 
Piccadilly, London, on Saturday, 13 
May 1882, bur. at Norbiton. Will 
dated 15 November 1865, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 531, 82) 18 July 1882, by 
Cecil Brook Boothby, brother, Charles 
Edward Boothby and Madgwick Spicer 
Davidson, the Exors. 



Charles Francis Boothby, born Beatrice Geor- 

at the Rectory, Welwyn, co. giana, bapt. at 

Hertford, on Tuesday, 22 June, Welwyn 15 

bapt. at Welwyn 25 July 1858 ; April i860, 
educated at Harrow ; Lieutenant 
North Mayo Militia. 



Hugo William Robert Boothby, born at the 
Rectory, Welwyn, on Wednesday, 12 February, 
bapt. at Welwyn 13 April 1862 ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy, Acting Sub-Lieutenant H.M.S. 
" Ruby " ; died unmarried at Aden, aged 19, on 
Wednesday, 10 August t88i. 



Herbert Cecil Boothby, 
born at the Rectory, 
Welwyn, on Tuesday, 
8 December 1863, bapt. 
at Welwyn 7 February 
1864 ; educated at Clifton 
College, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 March 1885, B.A. 
(3rd-class Hist.) 1888 ; 
Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Sherwood Foresters ( I )erby- 
shire Regiment). 



Seymour William Brooke= 
Boothby of Home Farm, 
Luscombe, co. Devon ; 
born at Welwyn on 
Tuesday, 6 February, bapt. 
there 9 April 1866. 



Clara Margaret, younger dau. of Robert 
Arthur Valpy of Enborn, co. Berks, by 
Edith Alicia his wife, dau. of Robert Oliver 
Jones of Founion Castle, co. Glamorgan ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
on Tuesday, 30 October 1906. 



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Hugo Robert Brooke Boothby, born at Luscombe 
on Saturday, 10 August, bapt. at the parish 
church, Dawlish, co. Devon, 25 September 1907. 

181 



Rev. Brooke Boothby=j=Hon'''* Louisa Henrietta, 



(see page i8o). 



2nd dau. of Henry, 3rd 
Baron Vernon. 



Rev. Henry Brooke Boothby, born at Edwinstowe 6 March, bapt.= 
there 4 April 1818; educated at Charterhouse and at Durham 
University, B.A. 1840; Rector of Nunburnholme, co. York, 
1845-52, and of Lissington, co. Lincoln, 1852 ; died at the 
Rectory, Hasfield, co. Gloucester, in his 76th year, on Sunday, 
30 April 1893, bur. at Hasfield. Will dated 6 June 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 13, 94) 26 January 1894, by Walter ilerbert Boothby, 
nephew, the Exor. 




From a letter dated " Sudbury, July 27"' 1880." 



=Frances Sarah, eldest dau. 
of the Rt. Rev. John 
Banks Jenkinson, Bishop 
of St. David's and Dean 
of Durham, by Frances 
Augusta his wife, dau. of 
Augustus Pechell of Herk- 
hampsted, co. Hertford ; 
bapt. 9 March 181 5; inarr. 
at Claines, co. Worcester, 
on Thursday, 5 July 1849; 
died at the Rectory, 
Lissington, aged 62, on 
Friday, 22 June 1877, bur. 
at Lissington. 



Henry Vernon Boothby of Harehill, Sudbury, co. Derby ;=pAugusta Louisa, only dau. of 
born at Great Malvern, co. Worcester, on Sunday, 2 June, I Major-General John George 
bapt. at Sudbury i: July 1850: educated at Radley ; entered 
the Army as Ensign 24th (The 2nd Warwickshire) Foot 
29 December 1869, Lieutenant 25 March 1871. 



/^^y^^^^ 



Boothby, R.A., by Margaret 
his wife, only dau. of CajJiain 
Charles Henry Seale, R.N.; 
born at Rose Bank, Fowey, 
CO. Cornwall, 5 October 1851 ; 
marr. at Lissington (by the 
Rev. Henry Brooke Boothby) 
on Tuesday, 12 March 1878. 



Cyril John Boothby, bom at 
46 Maryon Road, Old Charl- 
ton, CO. Kent, on Sunday, 15 
December 1878, bapt. at Old 
Charlton ; died there, aged 4 
months, on Thursday, 1 7 April, 
1879, bur. in the cemetery at 
Charlton. 



Ernest Brooke 
Boothby, born at 
Car House, Rip- 
ley, CO. Derby, 
on Monday, 30 
May, bapt. at 
Ripley 21 June 
1881. 



Gwendolen Margaret 
Frances, born at 
ButterleyPark.Alfre- 
ton, CO. Derby, on 
Wednesday, 24 June, 
bapt. at Ripley 28 
November 1885. 



John Henry Boothby, 
born at Keele, New- 
castle, CO. Stafford, 
on Thursday, i June, 
bapt. at Keele 4 July 
1893. 



182 



George William Boothby, born 25 August, bapt. at Kirkby-in-Ashfield,= 
CO. Nottingham, 12 September 1819; died 28 March 1868, bur. in 
Circular Road Cemetery, Calcutta, India. Will dated 15 August 
1867, proved at Fort William, Calcutta, 6 April 1868. Monument 
erected at Cuttack to his memory " by the whole Body of the 
Company's Servants in India." 




Signature to his will. 



=Harriet, dau. of Edward 
Binny Glass of the 
Madras Civil Service, 
by Catherine his wife, 
dau. of John Corse- 
Scott of Synton House, 
near Hawick, co. Rox- 
burgh ; bom and bapt. 
at Bellary, Madras, 28 
August 1832 ; marr. at 
Chicacole, Madras, 3 
September 1850. 



Daniel Lehane of 29 Egerton^Katharine Mary 

Crescent, London ; educated at Josephine, bom 

Cork and at Dublin ; M. D. Royal 

University, Ireland, 1880, M.Ch. 

1882, Member of British Medical 

Association ; died 16 July 1907. 

Will dated 11 August 1891, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 1243, 1907) 27 August 

1907, by Katharine Alary Josephine 

Lehane, relict, the sole Executrix. 



at Aska, Madras, 
India; marr. at 
Clifford, CO. York, 
16 January 1886. 



Brooke Boothby, 
bom at Ootaca- 
mund, India, 7 
July 1852, died 
there in infancy, 
bur. at Ootaca- 
mund. M.I. 



Graham Boothby, 
born at Edinburgh, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Edinburgh. 



Henry Casson Barnes Bazely (elder son of Thomas Tyssen Bazely, by 
Julia his wife, youngest dau. of John Shipdem of the Round 
House, Dover, co. Kent) ; born at the Rectory, Poplar, co. Middlesex, 
on Sunday, 4 September, bapt. at All Saints', Poplar, 30 October 
1842; of Brasenose College, Oxford, Scholar 31 May 1861, B.A. 
(ist-class Mods., 2nd-class Classics) 1865, B.C.L. 1868, Hulmeian 
Exhibitioner 1864, Denyer and Johnson Scholar 1868; died at 
32 New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, aged 40, on Thursday, i March, 
bur. in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford, on Tuesday, 6 March 1883. 
Will dated 27 June 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 280, 83) 2 April 1883, 
by Louisa Bazely, relict, the sole E.xecutrix. /t\ 



=Louisa, of Granville 
House, Granville Place, 
Portman Square, Lon- 
don ; born at Golpal- 
pore, near Berhampore, 
Madras, bapt. there ; 
married at Crown 
Court National Scotch 
Church, London, on 
Friday, 6 August 1880. 



{See Pedigree of Bazely, page gg.) 



Horace Brooke Boothby, born at the Rectory, Nunburnholme, co. York, on Sunday, 23 
November 185 1, bapt. at Nunburnholme 22 January 1852 ; died at the Rectory, Nunburnholme, 
aged 10 months, on Sunday, 3 October, bur. at Nunburnholme 7 October 1852. 



■83 



Charles Edward Boothby of i Palmeira= 
Square, Brighton, co. Sussex ; boni at 
Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, 17 
August, bapt. there 9 September 182 1 ; 
educated at Charterhouse and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; 
Captain 2nd Derbyshire Rifle Volun- 
teers; J. P. for CO. Stafford; formerly 
Ranger of Needwood Forest, co. 
Stafford ; of tiie I'rivy Council Office, 
Secretary to Marquis of Lansdowne 
and Earl Granville. 




=Hon'''' Georgiana Mary (Harbord), his cousin, dau. of 
Edward, 3rd Baron Suffield, by the Hon'''" Georgiana 
his wife, dau. and heir of George, 2nd Baron Vernon 
of Sudbury Hall, co, Derby ; born at Vernon House, 
Park Place, St. James', Westminster, 23 June 1816; 
Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria ; niarr. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, London, on Thursday, 
27 September 1855 ' niarr. istly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Monday, 2 October 
1837, (ieorge Edward Anson, C.B., Keeper of H.M. 
Privy Purse, who died at Needwood Forest, in his 
38th year, on Monday, 8 October 1849. She died at 
Hove, CO. Sussex, in her 88th year, on Friday, 13 
November, and was bur. at Sudbury, co. Derby, 
on Thursday, 19 November 1903. Will dated 25 
October 1901, with codicil dated 13 January 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 143, 1904) 5 February 1904, by 
Charles Edward Boothby, the sole Exor. 



Emily Louisa, born at New Lodge, Needwood 
Forest, on Saturday, 20 September 1856; died 
unmarried at New Lodge, Needwood Forest, 
in her i8th year, on Monday, 2 February 1874, 
l)ur. at Sudbury. 



Colonel George Duncan Wahab (2nd son of= 
General Charles Wahab of the Madras Army) ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 20th Foot 28 January 
1859, Lieutenant 30 November i860. Captain 
5 January 1870, Major i July 1881, Lieut.-Colonel 
24 September 1884, Colonel 24 September 1888; 
retired 24 September 1890; died 23 March 1899. 
Will dated 17 February 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 
678, 99) 27 May 1899, by Cora Wahab, relict, the 
sole Executrix. /t\ 



=Cora, married at 
the parish church, 
Hanbury, co. Staf- 
ford (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Henry 
Brooke Boothby), 
on Tuesday, 13 
September 1881. 



George Boothby, born 
at Cuttack, Bengal, 
India, 2 February 
1867; of the Mer- 
cantile Marine ; marr. 
in 1904, Mabel 
Gertrude, dau. of 
Bernard Flanaghan. 

1 



Gertrude Raffela Hill, born at the Vicarage, Lissington, 
CO. Lincoln, on Tuesday, 22 Feljruary, bapt. at Lissington 
26 April 1853; died 18 May, bur. in St. Mary Magdalen's 
Cemetery, Lincoln, 21 May 1908. Will dated 5 Sep- 
tember 1894, with two codicils dated 3 April 1903 and 
7 September 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 202, 1908) 26 June 
1908, by Francis John Henry Jenkinson and Harry Chester, 
the surviving Exors. 



Ivouisa Frances, of Northmede, 
Church Lane, Lincoln ; born 
at the Vicarage, Lissington, on 
Friday, 22 June, bapt. at 
Lissington 4 July 1855. 



184 



Major-General John George Boothby, born at the Prebendary's= 
residence, Southwell, co. Nottingham, 22 June, bapt. at 
Southwell Minster 9 July 1824; educated at Charterhouse; 
entered the Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 19 June 1844, 
Lieutenant i April 1846, Captain 5 August 1852, Major 12 
December 1854, Lieut. -Colonel 24 August 1866, 'Colonel 
24 August 1871, Major-General 24 July 1875; served in the 
Crimea 1854-55, including the affair of M'Kenzie's Farm, the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol and 
repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (brevet of Major, 
medal with three clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 
5th-class of the Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; died at Little 
Heath, Charlton, co. Kent, aged 52, on Thursday, 27 April 
1876, bur. in Old Charlton Cemetery. Will dated 14 October 
1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 891, 76) 27 December 1876, by 
Charles Edward Boothby, brother, one of the Exors. 




From a letter dated "3"' Division Camp, April 27, 1855." 



'Margaret Elizabeth Frances, 
only dau. of Captain Charles 
Henry Seale, R.N., by Eliza 
his wife, dau. of Sir William 
Jervis Twysden of Roydon 
Hall, CO. Kent ; born at 
Pembury, co. Kent, 3 Novem- 
ber 1829; marr. at Charles 
Church, Plymouth, co. Devon, 

13 November 1850; died at 
68 Tres.sillian Road, St. John's, 
CO. Kent, in her 80th year, 
on Saturday, 10 April, bur. 
in the cemetery at Charlton 

14 April 1909. Will dated 16 
January 1909, proved (Prin. 
Reg., ^7, 1909) 22 May 1909, 
by Augusta Louisa Boothby, 
the sole Executrix. 



Henry Vernon Boothby of 21= 
Belmont Park, Lee, co. Kent 
(elder son of the Rev. Henry 
Brooke Boothby, Rector of Lis- 
sington, co. Lincoln, by Frances 
Sarah his wife, eldest dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. John Banks Jenkinson, 
Bishop of St. David's) ; born at 
Great Malvern, co. Worcester, on 
Sunday, 2 June 1850; educated 
at Radley ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 24th Foot (2nd Warwick- 
shire Regiment) 29 December 
1866, Lieutenant 25 March 187 1 



A 



=Augusta Louisa, 
born at Rose 
Bank, Fowey, co. 
Cornwall, 5 Oc- 
tober 185 1 ; marr. 
at Lissington, 
CO. Lincoln (by 
the Rev. Henry 
Brooke Boothby, 
assisted by the 
Rev. Edward 
FranksHodgson), 
on Tuesday, 1 2 
March 1878. 



Cecil George Frede- 
rick Boothby, born 
at Rose Bank, 
Fowey, 27 April, 
bapt. at Fowey 27 
May 1853 ; Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy ; 
died unmarried at 
the Semaphore, 

Adelaide, South 
Australia, on Sunday, 
29 January 1899. 



Waiter Herbert 
Boothby, born 
at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 28 Au- 
gust 1854, bapt. 
at Stoke, co. 
Devon, 4 March 
1855 ; died s.p. 
21 October 1899, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Charlton. 



Robert James=j=Frances, marr. Rev. John Talbot Godfrey=j=Rafella, marr. 



Charteris Tod 
(son of George 
Tod of Dun- 
fermline, CO. 
Fife) ; Captain 
in the Mer- 
cantile Marine. 



at Dollar, co. 
Clackmannan, 2 
January 1891. 



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(2nd son of William God- 
frey, by Elizabeth Lucy 
his wife); bapt. at Croxall, 
CO. Derby, 3 May 1863 ; 
matriculated at Oxford 10 
April 1886, aged 23, B.A. 
1889, M.A. 1892; Senior 
Curate of St. Mary's, Great 
Ilford, CO. Essex, 1908. 

185 



at All Saints', 
Hove, CO. Sus- 
sex, 28 June 
1892. 



Ada Rundall, 
born at Cal- 
cutta, India. 



A 



Isabella Caroline, = 
dau. of Cuthbert 
Ellison of Heb- 
burn Hall, co. 
Durham, by Isa- 
bella Grace his 
wife, dau. and 
coheir of Henry 
Ibbetson of St. 
Anthony's, co. 
Northumberland ; 
born at Hebburn 
Hall 15 May 1805; 
marr. by special 
licence at Heb- 
burn Hall 30 
October 1824 ; 
died in Carlton 
Gardens, London, 
on Friday, 14 
October 1843. 
ist wife. 



(See "Notes" to "Visi- 
tation of England 
and Wales" Vol. 6, 
page 200.) 



^George John (Warren), sth Lord Vernon ; born=j=Frances Maria Emma, 



at Stapleford Hall, co. Nottingham, 22 June 
1803, bapt. at Stapleford ; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 25 April 
1822, Student 1822-24; M.P. for co. Derby 
1831-32, and for South Derbyshire 1832-35; 
D.L. for the same county; Captain Commandant 
2nd Battalion County Volunteers ; by Royal 
Licence dated 14 October 1837, he took the 
name of Warren (for himself alone) in compliance 
with will of his cousin, Viscountess Bulkeley ; 
succeeded his father as 5th Baron 18 November 
1835 ; died at Sudbury Hall, co. Derby, aged 62, 
on Thursday, 31 May, bur. at Sudbury on 
Wednesday, 6 June 1866. Will dated 27 January 
1863, proved (I'rin. Reg., 610, 66) 14 September 
1866, by Augustus Henry, Lord Vernon, son, 
the sole Exor. 



born at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, in June 1826; 
marr. by special licence 
at Curzon Chapel, 
Curzon Street, Mayfair, 
London (by the Rev. 
Henry Brooke Boothby), 
on Wednesday, 14 De- 
cember 1859; marr. 
2ndly at Falfield, co. 
Gloucester, 19 July 
1 88 1, the Rev. Charles 
Martyn Reed, who died 
27 August 1907. She 
died at the Rectory, 
Hasfield, co. Gloucester, 
on \\'ednesday, 29 May 
1907, and was bur. at 
Hasfield. 2nd wife. 




/K 



I 

Frederick Gore Boothby, born at Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, 2 August, bapt. there 
16 September 1827; of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1850; died unmarried at Sudbury, 
CO. Derby, in his 26th year, on Friday, 29 October 1852, bur. there. 




186 



Rev. Charles Boothby^ 

(see page i8l.) 



'Marianne Catherine, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. Basil Bury Beridge of 
Algaricirk, co. Lincoln. 



Rev. William Henry Boothby of Oak Lawn, East Sheen,= 
CO. Surrey; born 23 May, bapt. at Sutterton, co. Lincoln, 
22 June 1823; educated at Charterhouse and at Corpus 
Christ! College, Cambridge, B.A. 1846 ; Vicar of 
Hawkesbury, co. Gloucester, 1849-92 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Rangeworthy, co. Gloucester, aged 73, on 
Thursday, 24 September, bur. at Hawkesbury 30 Sep- 
tember 1896. Will dated 20 May 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1157, 96) 12 December 1896, by Eleanor Jane 
Boothby, relict, the sole Executrix. 




From a letter dated " Combe Bury, 
Feby 26, 1885." 



=Eleanor Jane, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. John Thomas Fenwick, Rector 
of Northfield, co. Worcester, by 
Eleanor Jane Thornewill his wife, 
of Dove Cliffe, Burton-on-Trent, 
CO. Stafford : born at Northfield 20 
September 1819; marr. at Egginton, 
CO. Derby (by the Rev. John Edward 
Addison Fenwick), on Sunday, 10 
August 185 1 ; died at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, 6 July, bur. at Hawkes- 
bury 10 July 1907. Will dated 
9 January 1897, proved at Bristol 
7 August 1907, by Antonia Rafela 
Boothby, spinster, daughter, the 
sole Executrix. 



Evelyn John 
Boothby, born 
at Hawkesbury 
9 January, bapt. 
there 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1853; died 
18 September 
1856, bur. at 
Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey. 



Antonia Rafela, 
of Hawkesbury, 
and of 5 Tot- 
tenham Place, 
Clifton ; born at 
Hawkesbury 21 
September, bapt. 
at Egginton 27 
October 1854. 



Rev. Frederick Wentworth Vernon,^ 
b(irn at Clifton 8 January 1839; 
educated at Lichfield; Chaplain at 
Ghent, Belgium, 1873-79, Vicar of 
Rangeworthy, co. Gloucester, from 
1888 until his death; died 20 May, 
bur. at Clevedon, co. Somerset, 24 
^Lly 1906. Will dated 25 February 
1898, proved at Bristol 8 August 
1906, by Edith Serena Hill Vernon, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Edith Serena Hill, 
of Clive, Clevedon ; 
born at Tenby, 
CO. Pembroke, 7 
January, bapt. at 
Wimbledon i r 

June 1856 ; marr. 
at Hawkesbury 13 
August 1885. 



/K 



Lieut. -Colonel Martyn John Edward Fenwick of Tilsworth, Leighton Buzzard, = 
CO. Bedford (eldest son of the Rev. John Edward Addison Fenwick of 
Thirlestaine House, co. Gloucester, by Katherine Somerset Wyttenbach his 
wife, youngest dau. and heir of Sir Thomas Phillipps of Middle Hall, co. 
Worcester, and Thirlestaine House, Baronet, F.R.S., F.S.A.); born at the 
Rectory, Kedleston, co. Derby, on Sunday, 20 April 1851; educated at 
Marlborough and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; entered the Army 
as Sub-Lieutenant 39th Foot (The Dorsetshire Regiment) 3 August 1872, 
Captain Royal Irish Rifles 12 September 1883 (employed with the Egyptian 
Constabulary 18 January 1884 to 31 December 1894), Major 21 June 1890, 
retired 30 April 1899; Lieut.-Colonel Reserve of Officers 18 October 1902; 
a Pa.sha of Egypt; a Deputy-Inspector-General of Police, Ministry of Interior, 



Egypt ; 2nd-class of the Osmanieh, 2nd-class of the Medjidie. 



=Eleanor Maud, 
born at Weston- 
super-Mare, CO. 
Somerset, I. "Xpril 
1858 ; marr. at 
Aldershot 5 Oc- 
tober 1883. 



A 



1S7 



I 

Rev. Evelyn Boothby,= 
born 24 April, bapt. 
at Sutterton, co. Lin- 
coln, 12 May 1825; 
educated at Charter- 
house (Scholar) and 
at University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
24 November 1843, 
B.A. 1847; Rector of 
Whit well, CO. Derby, 
1851 until his death ; 
died at Coombe Bury, 
Kingston-on-Thames, 
CO. Surrey, aged 49, 
on Whit Sunday, 24 
May, bur. at Whit- 
well 29 May 1874. 
Adirion was granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 10 July 
1874, to Margaretta 
Jane Boothby of 
Whitwell, relict. 



=Margaretta Jane, only 
dau. of John C'arr 
of Roseworth, co. 
Northumberland, by 
Jane S. his wife, dau. 
of Captain Henry 
Barton of Rock 
Ferry, CO. Chester, 
and of Saucethorpe, 
CO. Lincoln ; born at 
Earsdon, co. North- 
umberland ; marr. at 
Gosforth, CO. North- 
umberland, I June 
1853 ; died at Barton- 
fields, Canterbury, co. 
Kent, in her 75th 
year, on Saturday, 5 
January 1907, bur. 
at St. Martin's, Can- 
terbury. Will dated 
II September 1906, 
proved at Canterbury 
16 February 1907, 
by Laura Cecilia 
Boothby, spinster, 
daughter, the sole 
Executrix. 



Rev. Sir Brooke William=T=Martha Serena, born 



Robert Boothby, Baronet 
(elder son of Sir William 
Boothby, Baronet, by 
Fanny his ist wife, only 
dau. of Colonel John 
Henry Jenkinson of Win- 
chester, and niece of 
Charles, ist Earl of Liver- 
pool) ; born at Winchester 
21 January 1809; educated 
at Charterhouse and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 December 
1825, B.A. and Fellow of 
All Souls' College 1829, 
M.A. 1833 ; Rector of 
Elmley, CO. Kent, 1846-52, 
and of Welwyn, co. Hert- 
ford, 17 September 1852 
until his death ; succeeded 
his father as loth Baronet 
21 April 1846; died at 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 
aged 56, on Friday, 22 
September 1865, bur. at 
Welwyn. Will dated 12 
January 1858, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 763, 65) 4 
December 1865, by Cecil 
Brook Boothby, brother, 
and Madgwick Spicer 
Davidson, two of the 
Exors. 



29 November 1826, 
bapt. at Sutterton 

30 August 1830; 
marr. at Hawkes- 
bury, CO. (Jloucester 
(by the Rev. Evelyn 
Boothby), on Tues- 
day, 7 September 
1852 ; died on 
Tuesday, 29 June, 
bur. at Welwyn on 
Saturday, 3 July 
1909. Memorial 
Service at St. 
Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, 
the same day. 
Will dated 18 Au- 
gust 1903, with two 
codicils dated 16 
December 1905 
and 20 June 1907, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
210, 1909) 29 
July 1909, by Sir 
Brooke Boothby, 
Baronet, and Arthur 
Charles Davidson, 
the Exors. 



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i^For issue see page 180.) 



Colonel Reginald Evelyn Boothby of Scarp, Canterbury ; bom at Whitwell Rectory 18 January, 
bapt. at Whitwell 25 February 1855 J entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
28 January 1875, Captain 1884, Major 1891, Lieut. -Colonel 1900, Brevet-Colonel 10 February 
1904, retired 14 November 1905; served in the Afghan War 1878-80 (medal); in South 
African War 1901-1902 ; in command of 2nd Brigade Division Royal Field Artillery, 
operations in the Transvaal February to 31 May 1902; operations in Orange River Colony 
April to November 1901 (Queen's medal with three clasps). 




188 



Reginald FitzHenry 
Boothby, bapt. at 
Sutterton, co. Lin- 
coln, 30 August 
1830 ; died unmar- 
ried at 2 Eaton 
PlaceWest, London, 
aged 20, on Tues- 
day, 6 March 1849, 
bur. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 

London. 



I 
William Henry Millais of \V'ard Hill, Farnham, and=j=Judith Agnes, bapt. 



of South Cottage, Kingston-on-Thames, both co. 
Surrey (elder son of John William Millais, by Mary 
his v^ife, dau. of Richard Evamy); born in 1828; 
marr. andly at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
on Thursday, 7 June 1866, Adelaide Jane, youngest 
dau. of John Farquhar Eraser. He died at Ward 
Hill, Farnham, aged 71, on Monday, 20 March 
1899. Will dated 18 June 1897, with codicil dated 
I October 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 615, 99) 
19 May. 1899, by Adelaide Jane Millais, relict, and 
the Rev. Edward Denison Lear, two of the Exors. 



at Sutterton, co. Lin- 
coln, I July 1832 ; 
marr. at Kingston- 
on-Thames on Satur- 
day, 2 June i860 ; 
died at Coombe 
Bury-, Kingston-on- 
Thames, on Sunday, 
6 April 1862, bur. at 
Surbiton, co. Surrey. 



A 



I I 

Mary, bom at 
Whitwell24^Lay, 
bapt. there 28 
June 1857; died, 
aged 17, bur. at 
Whitwell 4 Feb- 
ruary 1874. 

Laura Cecilia, of 
Scarp, Canter- 
bury ; born at 
\\Tiitwelli8April, 
bapt. there 29 
May 1859. 



Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Charles Jackson of Oakhill,=j=Louisa Jane, born 
Horsham, co. Sussex (5th son of George Jackson of at Whitwell i 



Westhorpe, Little Marlow, co. Buckingham, by Mary 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of Thomas Blayney of Evesham, 
CO. Worcester) ; born at Greenlands, co. Buckingham, 
on Thursday, 19 August 1847 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 9th Foot i April 1868, Lieutenant 49th Foot 
29 June 1870, Captain 3rd Foot 1878, Major 1884, 
Lieut.-Colonel 19 August 1895 (retired); District 
Adjutant Natal 26 June 1877 to 4 June 1878; served 
in the Zulu War 1879; 3-' action of Inyezane and 
occupation of Etshowe (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 5 March 1879, medal with clasp). /|\ 



March, bapt. there 
31 March 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Mar- 
tin's, Canterbury 
(by the Rev. Gerald 
Henr)' Jackson), 
on Tuesday, 25 
October 1892. 



Colonel Henry John Blagrove of Westholme Pilton, co. Somerset, C.B.= 
(only son of Henry John Blagrove of Orange Valley and of Cardiff 
Hall, Jamaica, and Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, London) ; born on 
Sunday, 30 July 1854: educated at Eton and at Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated i February 1873 ; entered the Army as Sub-Lieutenant 
13th Hussars 11 February 1875, Lieutenant 11 February 1875, Captain 

16 March 1883, Major 8 January 1890, Staff Captain Remount 
Establishment 5 November 1887 to 30 June 1892, Lieut.-Colonel i July 
1896, Colonel by Brevet i July 1900; retired i July 1901 ; served in the 
Egyptian Expedition of 1882, attached to the 19th Hussars, and as 
Orderly Officer to Brigadier-General ist Cavalry Brigade; action at 
Kassassin 9 September, and battle of Tel-el-Kebir; march to and occupation 
of Cairo (medal with clasp, bronze star) ; served in South African War 1899 
-1901 ; relief of Ladysmith, including actions at Colenso ; operations of 

17 to 24 January 1900, action at Spion Kop; operations of 5 to 7 February 
1900, and action at Vaal Kranz; operations on Tugela Heights 14 to 
27 February 1900, action at Pieter's Hill; afterwards performed duties of 
Station Commandant; operations in the Transvaal 30 November 1900 to 
May 1 90 1, and May to June 1901, and in Orange River Colony May 1901 
(mentioned in despatches. Sir Redvers Henry Buller, 30 March and 
9 November 1900, "London Gazette," 8 February 1901, Queen's medal 
with six clasps, C.B. 29 November 1900). Married 2ndly in January 1904, 
Violet, dau. of F. Walton of Cwmllecoediog-Aberongell, co. Montgomery. 



189 



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=Alice Evelyne, 
born at \Vhitwell, 
CO. Derby, 4 April, 
bapt. there 8 
May 1S64; marr. 
at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury, co. 
Kent, on Tues- 
day, II Novem- 
ber 1884; died 
at Marlborough 
Barracks, Dublin, 
on Friday, 1 8 
June 1897, bur. 
at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury. 



Colonel Basil Charles Boothby, born 13=1= 
January, bapt. at Sutterton, co. Lincoln, 
2 March 1834; entered the Army as Ensign 
95th Foot (Derbyshire Regiment) 2 Sep- 
tember 1853, Lieutenant 1854, Captain 
1856, Barrack Master at Jamaica 1857, 
afterwards at V'ork, Commissary Supply and 
Transport Sub-Department, Athlone, with 
rank of NLajor 1870, Assistant Commissary- 
General, with rank of Lieut.-Colonel, 
Commissariat and Transport Staff, Eastern 
District, 31 January 1880; served in the 
Crimea in 1854, severely wounded at the 
battle of Alma, foot amputated (medal with 
clasp, Sardinian and Turkish medals); died 
at Beauport, West Hill Road, Southfields, 
CO. Surrey, aged 58, on Tuesday, 9 August 
1892, bur. in Fulham Cemetery, co. Middle- 
sex. \\'\\\ dated 19 January 1891, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 969, 92) 6 October 1S92, by 
Cecilia Elizabeth Boothby, sister, and 
George Samuel William Jebb, the Exors. 



^Emily Sarah, 2nd dau. of Major-General Sir Joshua 
Jebb of Walton Lodge, near Chesterfield, co. 
Derby, K..C.B., R.E., by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Legh Thomas of Chesterfield ; born at the Barracks, 
Chatham, 16 August, bapt. at Gillingham, co. Kent, 
17 September 1834 ; marr. at Fulham (by the Rev. 
Henry John Ellison, assisted by the Rev. Evelyn 
Boothby) on Saturday, 28 January i860; died on 
Friday, 28 November, bur. in Fulham Cemetery 
on Tuesday, 2 December 1890. 



Cecilia Elizabeth, of West Point, Parkstone, 
CO. Dorset ; born at Sutterton, bapt. there 
9 February 1837. 



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Beridge Gladwyn Boothby, born at Up Park Camp, 
Jamaica, 8 August 1861, bapt. at St. Andrew's, Halfway 
Tree, Jamaica ; died at Up Park Camp, aged 2 years 
and 3.V months, on .Monday, 23 November 1864. 



Hubert Basil Boothby, born at Up 
Park Camp, Jamaica, 4 March 1863, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Halfway 
Tree, Jamaica. 



B 



Captain William Osbert Boothby of Whitehall, Sittingbourne, co. Kent,= 
^LV.O., R.N. ; born at Whitwell Rectory, co. Derby, 7 January, bapt. 
at Whitwell 11 February 1866; entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 
15 January 1879, Sub-Lieutenant 15 September 1885, Lieutenant 15 
September 1886, Commaixler i January 1899, Captain i January 1903 ; 
served as Midshipman of the "Superb" at the bombardment of 
Alexandria 11 July 1882, and during Egyptian War (Egyptian medal, 
Alexandria clasp, Khedive's bronze star) ; Commander of the 
"Endymion" during Admiral Sir Edward Seymour's Expedition in 
China June 1900, present at the capture of Pei Yang Arsenal 
(mentioned in despatches, noted for promotion, and medal with clasp) ; 
M.V.O. (4th-class) 10 June 1908; invested with the Order of St. Anne 
of Russia in diamonds (2nd-class) by the Tsar, on the occasion of 
H.AL's visit to Reval June 1908, and Commander of the Swedish Order 
of the Sword ; Naval Assistant to Second Sea Lord of the Admiralty. 



=Hilda Lambert, dau. 
of Captain Henry 
Stephen Swiney of 
Gensing House, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, and The 
Limes, Hawkhurst, co. 
Kent, by Agnes Laura 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Lambert of 
Stanmore,Canterbury, 
Captain Royal Horse 
Artillery ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London (by the Rev. 
Frederick Boothby), 
on Saturday, 17 August 
1907. 



Margaretta Laura, born at ■ Whitehall, 
Sittingbourne, on Thursday, 6 August, 
bapt. at the parish church, Sittingbourne, 
30 August 1908. 



Osbert Stephen Boothby, born at \Vhitehall, 
Sittingbourne, on Wednesday, 24 November 
1909, bapt. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, 12 January 19 10. 



190 



Rev. Walter Ralph Jebb Boothby of Kilmore, Stevenage,= 
CO. Hertford; born at Belfast 26 June 1865, bapt. at 
the Garrison Church, Belfast ; of Selwyn College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1884, B.A. 
1895, M.A. 1899; Curate of Kirkby Ravensworth, North 
Riding, co. York, 1900- 1904, and of Barkway with Reed, 
CO. Hertford, 1904. 



=Mary, elder dau. of the Rev. George 
Frederick Prescott, Vicar of St. 
Michael and All Angels, Paddington, 
IjOndon, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
John Horsley, Judge of the Madras 
Presidency ; bom at 17 Cambridge 
Terrace, Paddington, London, on 
Monday, 29 August, bapt. at St. 
Michael and All Angels, Paddington, 
2 October 1864 ; marr. there (by her 
father) on Saturday, 29 September 
1900. 



I 



Basil Frederick Boothby, bom at Newsham 
Grange, near Barnard Castle, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 5 January, bapt. at Dalton Chapel 
of Ease, near Richmond, co. York, i March 
1904. 



I 
Francis Stewart Evelyn Boothby of The Coldbath House, Lincoln ;= 
born at York on Tuesday, 23 April, bapt. at Fulford, co. York, 29 
May 1867 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) 
2nd Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 4 May 1887, Lieutenant 
29 December 1888, Captain 12 September 1894, Adjutant ist 
Volunteer Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 19 January 1897, retired 
8 May 1907 ; Secretary Territorial Force Association for the county 
of Lincoln. 



=Hannah Mildred, 2nd 
dau. of Robert Swan 
of The Quarry, Lin- 
coln, J. P., by Lucy his 
wife, eldest dau. of 
Nathaniel Clayton of 
Lincoln, J. P. and D.L. ; 
bom at Lincoln 2 
August 1867 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, 
Lincoln (by the Rev. 
William Boothby), on 
Thursday, 3 August 
1893. 



Basil Clayton Boothby, bom at Eastcliff 
House, on Thursday, 1 1 October, bapt. at 
St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, Lincoln, 12 November 
1894; died at Eastcliff House, Lincoln, aged 
four months, on Wednesday, 13 February 
1895, bur. at St. Peter's-in-Eastgate Cemetery, 
Lincoln. 



Joan Penelope, born 
at EastcUff, Lincoln, 
on Monday, 24 May, 
bapt. at St. Peter's-in- 
Eastgate, Lincoln, 28 
June 1897. 



John Clayton Boothby, 
born at Swallowbeck, 
Lincoln, on Saturday, 
19 August, bapt. at 
St. Peter's-in-Eastgate, 
Lincoln, 16 September 
1899. 



Captain James Clement Ley, R.N. (son of the Rev.= 
Clement Ley, Rector of Ashby, co. Leicester, by Emily 
his wife, dau. of Admiral Sir James HiUier) ; born 
at Shellack, co. Hereford, 25 July 1868 : entered the 
Royal Navy as Cadet 15 January 1883, Sub -Lieutenant 
14 February 1889, Lieutenant 14 September 1889, 
Commander 30 June 1901, Captain 30 June 1906. 



=Judith Letitia, born at Whitwell 
Rectory, co. Derby, 8 October, bapt. 
at Whitwell 21 November 1869; 
marr. at St. Martin's, Canterbur)-, 
CO. Kent (by her brother, the Rev. 
Frederick Boothby), on Wednesday, 

25 July 1906. 



191 



I I 

Marian Agnes 
Serena Penelope, 
of Tanfield, St. 
Peter's Road, 
Margate, co. 
Kent ; born at 
York 18 Novem- 
ber 1868, bapt. 
at Fulford, co. 
York, I January 
1869. _ 

Mary Dorothy 
Cecilia, of Tan- 
field, St. Peter's 
Road, Margate ; 
born at York 1 1 
August, bapt. at 
Fulford 13 Sep- 
tember 1870. 



Evelyn Leonard Beridge Boothbj'= 
of 3 Collingwood Villas, Stoke, 
Devon port, co. Devon ; bom at 
Athlone, co. Roscommon, on 
Thursday, 4 May, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Athlone, 4 June 1876; 
entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 
15 January 1890, Midshipman 15 
September 1892, Sub-Lieutenant 
14 March 1896, Lieutenant 30 
September 1898. 



=Esm^ Frances Ncvill Augusta, only dau. 
of Edward I5cauchani[) of Eldcrton 
Lodge, Gunton, co. Norfolk, and of 
Gloucester Place, London, M.P. for 
Lowestoft, by Frances Mary his wife, dau. 
of James Stephen of Newport House, 
Lincoln, LL.D., County Court Judge; 
born at Highgate, co. Middlesex, 17 June 
1876; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Henry Wootlroffe Beauchamp, assisted by 
the Rev. Walter Ralph J ebb Boothby), 
on Tuesday, 21 November 1905. 







=7 



Esm^ Janet, born at 21 Sali.sbury 
Terrace, Stoke, Devonport, on Friday, 
14 December 1906, bapt. at St. 
Bartholomew's, Stoke, 17 January 1907. 



Penelope Frances, born at 3 Collingwood 
Villas, Stoke, Devonport, on Friday, 13 
August, bapt. at the New Church, Stoke, 
21 September 1909. 



I 
Mildred Serena, born at The 
Cottage, Swallowbeck, Lin- 
coln, on Sunday, 19 January, 
bapt. there privately, died 22 
February 1902, bur. at St. 
Peter's-in-Eastgate, Cemetery, 
Lincoln. 



William Boothby, born at Burghcrsh 
Chantry, Lincoln, on Saturday, 
7 March, bapt. there privately, bur. 
in St. Peter's-in-Eastgate Cemetery, 
Lincoln, 26 March 1903. 



Betty, born at Wiston 
Lodge, Sjjring (}rove, 
Isleworth, co. Middle- 
sex, 1 2 November 1 905, 
bapt. at Isleworth. 



Rev. Frederick Boothby, born at 
Whitwell Rectory, co. Derby, 5 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Whitwell 6 February 
1871; of Selwyn College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1891 ; 
Vicar of Ellistown, co. Leicester, 1903. 



c^ /&^^L, 



Basil Tanfield Beridge= 
Boothby, born at 
Whitwell Rectory 14 
January, bapt. at \\'hit- 
well 16 February 1873; 
Constructive Engineer 
Canton-Kowloon Rail- 
way, Canton, China. 



^Katharine Georgina, only 
surviving dau. of Francis 
Blake Knox, Major Royal 
Artillery, by Mildred his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. William John 
Chessyre of Barton Court, 
Canterbury, Canon of Can- 
terbury Cathedral ; marr. at 
the Cathedral, Hong Kong, 
China, on Saturday, 23 
October 1909. 



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192 





Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent on 
a fesse embattled counter-embattled between three 
mural crowns sable as many stags' heads erased or. 

Crest. — A stag's head erased or charged on the 
neck with a mural crown and suspended from the 
mouth a bugle-horn stringed sable. 

Motto. — Humani nihil alienum. 



iSratiforli. 



Rev. William Mussage Bradford=j=Mary, dau. of 



of Hall Place, Beaconsfield, co. 
Buckingham (son of Edward 
Bradford of Henley, co. Oxford) ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 May 1791, 
aged 17, B.A. 1795, M.A. 
1798; Rector of Hedsor, co. 
Buckingham, 1814 until his 
death; J. P. for co. Bucking- 
ham ; died at Hall Place, 
Beaconsfield, aged 66, 19 
August 1840. Will dated 17 
June 1835, proved (P.C.C. 
559 Arden) 31 August 1840, 
by Edward Thomas Bradford, 
son, the sole Exor. 



Thomas Wharton 
of Bray, co. 
Wicklow ; marr. 
at Bodfary, co. 
Flint, 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1803 ; 
died at Hall 
Place, Beacons- 
field, 7 March 
1835- 



Rev. William Mussage Kirkwall Bradford, born==Mary 
at the Rectory, Beaconsfield, 7 May 1806; " 
educated at Eton and at Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 May 1825, B.A. 
1830, M.A. 1832; Rector of West Meon 
with Privett, both co. Hants, 1844 until his 
death. Rural Dean, Chaplain to Lord Cran- 
worth ; died at 3 Brunswick Square, Hove, 
CO. Sussex, aged 66, on Wednesday, 10 April 
1872, bur. at West Meon. Will dated 12 
October 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 291, 72) 
24 May 1872, by Mary Bradford of West 
Meon, relict, Thomas Henry Farrer of 
Gloucester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 
and the Rev. Nicholas James Ridley of 
HoUington House, near Newbury, co. Berks, 
the Exors. 



, elder dau. of the Rev. Henry Other 
Colbome Ridley, Rector of Hamble- issue, 
den, CO. Buckingham (brother of 
Nicholas William, ist and last Baron 
Colbome), by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of 
James Farrer of Lincoln's Inn Fields, London ; 
marr. at Hambledon (by the Rev. Charles 
John Ridley) on Tuesday, i July 1834; died 
at Buona Vista, St. Michael's Road, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, in her 85th year, on 
Saturday, 4 August 1894, bur. at West Meon. 
Will dated 18 June 1879, with two codicils 
dated respectively 29 April 1888 and 27 
December 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 923, 94) 
4 September 1894, by Henry William Bradford, 
son, and Sir William James Farrer, Knight, 
the Exors. 



Henry William Bradford of 86 Eccleston Square,= 
London; born 29 May 1835; educated at 
Marlborough College ; a Student of the Middle 
Temple 21 December 1863, called to the Bar 17 
November 1866 ; a Bencher, a Member of the 
South-Eastern Circuit, a J. P. for London and a 
County Councillor for Westminster ; died at 86 
Eccleston Square on Sunday, 19 May, bur. in the 
Necropolis Cemetery, Brookwood, co. Surrey, after a 
service at St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, on 
Thursday, 23 May 1907. 



193 



=Adolphine Christian, eldest dau. of 
Sutherland Hall Sutherland ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 2 August 1859; died at 
86 Eccleston Square, London, on Thurs- 
day, 2 February, bur. in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 7 
February 1905, first part of service at 
St. Michael's, Chester Square, London. 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 29 May 1905, to Henry William 
Bradford of 86 Eccleston Square, 
husband. 



Elizabeth Adela,= 
3rd daughter of 
Edward Knight of 
Cbawton House, 
CO. Hants, and 
of Godmersham 
Park, CO. Kent, 
J. P. and D.L., 
by Adela his 2nd 
wife, dau. of John 
Portal of Free- 
folk Priors, co. 
Hants ; born at 
Basingstoke, co. 
Hants, on Satur- 
day, 13 February 
1841 ; marr. at 
Chawton 17 June 
1866; died there, 
aged 55, on Thurs- 
day, 2 1 May 1896. 
I St wife. 



^Colonel Sir Edward Ridley Colbome Bradford, Baronet,=Edith Mary, 2nd 
G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.S.I.; bom 27 July 1836; dau. of William 
educated at .M.irl borough College; entered the Madras 
Cavalry as 2nd Lieutenant 13 November 1853, Lieu- 
tenant 22 November 1855, Captain 13 November 1865 ; 
2nd in command ist Regiment Central India Horse; 
Political Assistant at Goona 11 December 1866; Major 
Madras Staff Corps 13 November 1873, Lieut. -Colonel 
13 November 1879, Colonel 13 November 1883; served 
with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian Campaign 
21 February to 8 June 1857; in Jubbulpore district 
1857, and afterwards with Mayne's Horse, under General 
Michael, against Tantia Topee in 1858; in the Indian 
Mutiny 1858-59; present at the general action of 
Scindwha and the action and pursuit of Karai ; served 
with Mayne's Horse, under General Napier, from 
December 1858 to September 1859, and was present in 
several actions with the enemy (medal, mentioned in 

despatches, "London Gazette," 25 July and 30 September 1859); General 
Superintendent of operations for the suppression of Thuggee and Dacoitee, 
and Resident ist-class and Govemor-General's Agent in Rajputana, 
Governor-General's Agent and ex-officio Chief Commissioner of Ajmere and 
Mhairwarra 1878-87 ; accompanied H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor of Wales 
on a tour through India 1889-90: Secretary in Political and Secret 
Department of the India Office i .April 1887 to 20 June 1890 : A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria 20 November 1889-93; Chief Commissioner of Police in 
the Metropolis 1890-1903; nominated C.S.I. 7 March 1876, K. C.S.I. 
6 June 1885, K.C.B. 21 May 1890, G.C.B. 22 June 1897, G.C.V.O. 
9 November 1902 ; Extra Equerry to H.M. King Edward VII. 12 May 
1903; J. P. for London; created a Hanmet 24 July 1902. 



Nicholson of Basing 
Park, CO. Hants, 
J. P. and D.L. for CO. 
Hants, High Sheriff 
1 878, formerly M.P. 
for Petersfield, by 
Isabella Sarah his 
wife, only dau. of 
John Meek ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Privett, CO. Hants, 
on Tuesday, 25 
October 1898. 2nd 
wife. 



Montagu Edward Bradford, born at Goona, Central India, on Sunday, 9 June 1867 ; educated 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1886; of the Bengal Civil Service; died 
unmarried at Calcutta, India, aged 23, on Friday, 22 August 1890. 



John Goodrich= 
Wemyss Woods, 
2nd son of the 
Rev. Henry Hor 
Woods, Rector 
of Tidmarsh, co. 
Berks. 



=Mary Sutherland, born 
at the Rectory, West 
Meon, CO. Hants, on 
Sunday, 29 September 
186 1 ; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Chester 

Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 22 Sep- 
tember 1909. 



Herbert Owen of 58= 
Ebury Street, Pimlico, 
London ; B.A. of Cam- 
bridge, 1880, M.B. 1885; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1883. 



=Adolphine Bertha, born 
at 86 Eccleston Square, 
London, on Friday, 16 
October 1863 ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London, on 
Thursday, 2 January 
1908. 



Sutherland Henry Bradford, born at 86 Eccleston Square, London, on Friday, 22 December 
1865 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant (from the Militia) ist Battalion Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry 4 May 18S7, Lieutenant 4 January 1890, Captain 17 May 1896; died 
unmarried at 9 Grosvenor Gardens, London, aged 38, 5 July, bur. in Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 8 July 1904, first part of service at St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London. Adiiion was granted at the Principal Registry 29 July 1904, to Henry William 
Bradford, father and next of kin. 

194 



Henry Houseman of Gloucester 
Crescent, Hyde Park, London (2nd 
son of John Houseman of Essex 
Street, London, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. John Hodding Tavin of 
Salisbury, co. Wilts) ; born at Woburn 
Place, London, 11 May 1836, bapt. at 
St. George's, Bloomsbury, London. 



=Henrietta Frances (twin with Mary Letitia), born at the 
Rectory, Hambleden, co. Buckingham, 6 June 1838; 
marr. at West Meon, co. Hants (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Nicholas James Ridley, assisted by the Rev. John 
Houseman), on Thursday, 16 February 1865 ; died 
at 37 Craven Hill Gardens, Hyde Park, London, 
aged 45, on Thursday, 1 2 July, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemeter)', London, 17 July 1883. 



A\ 



Evelyn Ridley Bradford, born at Goona, Central Lidia, on Friday,= 
16 April 1869 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Seaforth 
Highlanders 22 August 1888, Lieutenant 11 June 1890, Captain 
3 July 1895, A. D.C. to Governor and Commander-in-Chief of 
Malta 8 May 1899 to 19 January 1900, Major by brevet 26 June 1902, 
Major 15 March 1905, Brigade Major 3rd Brigade ist Army Corps and 
of the Aldershot Army Corps 12 December 1902 to 12 December 1905 ; 
Commander Company of Gentlemen Cadets, Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, 16 August 1907 to 7 August 1908, General Staff Officer (2nd 
grade) Headquarters of Army 8 August 1908 ; served in Nile Expedition 
1898, battles of the Atbara and Khartoum; served in South African 
War 1899-1902 (on Staff); operations in Orange Free State February 
to May 1900, including actions at Poplar Grove and Dreifontein ; in 
Orange River Colony May to 29 November 1900, including actions at 
Wittebergen (i to 29 July); in Orange River Colony 30 November 1900 
to January 1901 ; in Cape Colony February to March 1901 (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 7 May and 10 September 1901, brevet 
of Maior, Queen's medal with four clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 



=Elsie Clifton, 3rd 
dau. of Colonel 
James Clifton Brown 
of Holmbush, Fay- 
gate, by Amelia his 
wife, dau. of Charles 
Rowe of Elm House, 
Liverpool ; born 9 
September 1881 ; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Colgate, CO. Sussex, 
on Thursday, 25 
November 1909. 



Daryl Colbome Bradford, 
bom at Lucknow, India, 
on Thursday, 25 January 
1872 ; died at Odeypore, 
Rajputana, India, aged 2 
years, on Saturday, 30 
May 1874. 



Herbert Lewkenor Brad- 
ford, bom at Chawton, 
CO. Hants, on Friday, 26 
September 1873 ; died at 
Khairwarra, Rajputana, 
aged 6 months, on 
Thursday, 19 March 
1874. 

Beryl Adela, bom at 
Calcutta on Thursday, 
16 December 1875. 



Edward Austen Bradford, bom at Ajmeer,= 
Rajputana, on Monday, 8 December 1879; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant King's 
Royal Rifle Corps 25 October 1899, Lieutenant 
13 January 1901, Captain 4 June 1907, Staff 
Lieutenant (Intelligence), South Africa, i April 
to 9 May 1902 ; employed under civil adminis- 
tration, Transvaal, 10 May 1902 to 31 March 
1903; Staff Officer, Transvaal Volunteers, i 
April 1903; served in South African War 1899 
-1902 ; at relief of Ladysmith, including action 
at Colenso ; operations of 17 to 24 January 
1900 and action at Spion Kop, of 5 to 7 Feb- 
ruary 1900 and action at Vaal Kranz ; on 
Tugela Heights 14 to 27 February 1900, and 
action at Pieter's Hill ; in Natal March to June 
1900, including action at Laing's Nek 6 to 9 
June ; in the Transvaal 30 November 1 900 to 
June 1901, and April to 31 May 1902; in 
Orange River Colony June igoi to April 1902, 
and in Cape Colony July 1901, on Staff (men- 
tioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 
September 1901, Queen's medal with six clasps. 
King's medal with two clasps). 



=Margaret Louisa, 
3rd dau. of Her- 
bert Carey Hardy 
of Danehurst, co. 
Sussex, J. P., by 
Adela Louisa Cas- 
sandra his wife, 
2nd dau. of Ed- 
ward Knight of 
Chawton ; marr. 
at West Clandon, 
CO. Surrey, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 January 
1908. 



Adela Evelyn, bom at Clandon Regis, Guildford, 
on Monday, 20 September 1909. 

19s 



Colonel Francis William Boileau of Elstowe, Camberley, co. Surrey, C.B.= 
(son of Major-General P'rancis Burton Boileau); born ii April 1835; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps 20 March 1855, 
Lieutenant 23 November 1856, Captain 20 March 1867, D.A.Q.G. 
Rohilund District, Major 20 March 1875, Lieut. -Colonel 2 March 1881, 
Commandant Mhairwarra Battalion, Colonel 2 March 1885, Commandant 
Deolee Irregular Force, placed on unemployed supernumerary list 20 
March 1895 ; served in the Indian Mutiny 1857-59; served as Adjutant 
of Rajah Jawahir's Singh's Contingent with the Force under General Van 
Courtlandt and received a dangerous sabre cut in the face and on the hand, 
at the action of Hissar 19 August 1857 ; served in the 2nd Sikh Cavalry 
with Brigadier Troup's Column in November and December 1858, and was 
present at the action of Biswah ; served with the Saugor Field Force under 
General Whitlock, commanded a squadron of the 2nd Sikh Cavalry at the 
action of Kewtee in Bundlecund 4 March 1859, and was wounded by a 
pistol shot in the knee (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 
June 1859, thanked by the Governor-General in Council, medal); served 
with the 1 2th Bengal Cavalry in the Abyssinian Expedition 1868 (medal) ; 
served in the Afghan War 1878-79, and took part in the two expeditions 
into the Bazar Valley (brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, medal) ; nominated 
C.B. 30 May 1891. /K 



=Mary Letilia (twin 
with Henrietta 
Frances), born at 
the Rectory, Ham- 
bleden, co. Buck- 
ingham, 6 June 
1838; marr. at 
West Meon, co. 
Hants (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Wil- 
liam Henry Ridley), 
on Thursday, 21 
November i86i. 



Lieut.-Colonel Oliver John=iFMary Anne Ellen (Nina), only dau. of 



Bradford of Welparke, 
Lustleigh, co. Devon; born 
13 January 1840; entered 
the Army as Ensign 39th 
(The Dorsetshire) Foot 

17 September 1858, Lieu- 
tenant 3 October 1862, 
Captain 22 July 1868, Major 
I January 1881, retired with 
rank of Hon. Lieut.-Colonel 

18 November 1882; J. P. 
for CO. Devon 1897. 



George Rowan Hutchinson, Captain Royal 
Engineers ; marr. at Crickhowel, co. Brecon 
(by her uncle, the Rev.William Latham Bevan), 
on 'I'hursday, 19 September 1878; died at 
Welparke, Lustleigh, on Wednesday, 3 May 
1905. Will dated 10 October 1889, proved 
in the Principal Registry 23 June 1905, by 
Oliver John Bradford, husband, the sole 
Exor. 



Katherine Maria, 
born 6 August 
1841. _ 

Alice Sophia, born 
15 February 1847. 



Emily Maude, 
bom 15 April 
1850. 



Oliver Ridley Bradford, born 
at (ilannant, Crickhowel, on 
Tuesday, 26 December 1882. 



Cecil Audrey Bradford, born at Thuboro House, Holsworthy, 
CO. Devon, on Saturday, 20 February 1886; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Alexandra, Prmcess 
of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regiment) 17 November 1906. 



196 



Cormicfe. 



Edward Cormick, entered the Army= 
4 December 1806, Lieutenant 20th 
Light Dragoons 25 September 1807, 
Captain 18 13, Paymaster 4tli (The 
Queen's Own) Light Dragoons 24 
January 1 828, and 3rd Light Dragoons 
1833 ; served in Portugal in the cam- 
paign of 1 808- 1 Soy, and on the East 
coast of Spain from September 181 2 
to September 18 13, including the 
battle of Castalla ; served in Afghan- 
istan in the campaign of 1842 ; 
died at Umballa, Punjab, India, 19 
May 1848. 



=Amelia Harriet, eldest dau. of William George Daniel-Tyssen 
of P"oley House, co. Kent, also of Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
of Foulden Hall, co. Norfolk, and of Westbrooke House, 
<:o. Dorset, by Amelia his wife, only surviving dau. and heir 
of Captain John Amhurst, R.N. ; born 3 September 1795; 
marr. 22 June 1816; died at Upper Nile Terrace, Rochester, 
CO. Kent, aged 74, on Thursday, 24 October 1867, bur. at 
Rochester. Will dated 22 March 1867, with codicil dated 
18 April 1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 782, 67) 19 December 
1867, by Charles Cowen, Staff Surgeon-Major and Deputy- 
Inspector of Hospitals, one of the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Amfurst of Hackney, 
Vol. 75, page 68.) 



Edward Henry Cormick, born 8 March 181 7 ; entered= 
the Army as Ensign 17th Foot 29 July 1836, Lieu- 
tenant 1839, Captain 1847; served in Afghanistan 
and Beloochistan, at the storming of Chuznee 23 July 
1839 and capture of Khelat 13 November following; 
died at Sandgate, co. Kent, on Saturday, 22 April 
1854, bur. at Cheriton, co. Kent. Will dated 3 April 
1854, proved (P.C.C. 438, 54) ,9 June 1854, by Mary 
Harvey Burroughes Cormick, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Mary Harvey Burroughes (his cousin), 
eldest dau. of John Carter of Northwold, 
CO. Norfolk ; born at Stoke Ferry, co. 
Norfolk, 3 January, bapt. at Northwold 
13 April 1820; marr. there 21 November 
1848 ; died at Northwold 8 December, 
bur. there 15 December 1902. 

(See Pedigree of Carter., page JJ.) 



Mary Caroline, William Tyssen Cormick, born 26 November 1852 ; of Jesus College, 
of Northwold ; Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1872, B.A. 1877 ; 
born 23 No- died at St. Mary's Hospital, London, 7 February, bur. at Northwold 
vember 1850. 11 February 1899. Will dated 2 August 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 

549, 99) 24 May 1899, by Richard Preston, the sole Exor. 



William George 
Cormick, born 
19 March 1818 ; 
died in Australia. 



Charles Cowen, born at Edgeworthstown 6 October 181 2 ,-=f=Amelia Harriet, 



Assistant-Surgeon 27 March 1835, Surgeon 1844, Surgeon- 
Major 22 June 1855, Assistant-Inspector 1862 ; Medical 
Officer of Military Prison at Fort Clarence 1868; Deputy 
Inspector-General of Hospitals; served with the i8th Royal 
Irish in China (medal), and was present during the operations 
against Canton, and at the attack and capture of Chapoo, Shanghai, Woosung 
and Chin Kiang Foo ; also in the Punjab Campaign of 1848-49 (medal); 
died at Foley Villa, Hereford Road, Southsea, co. Hants, 3 January 1891, bur. 
at Southsea. Will dated 18 May 1869, with codicil dated 11 September 1884, j 
proved (Prin. Reg., 131, 91) 20 February 1891, by Edward Ingham Cowen, | 
son, one of the Exors. /)\ 



born 23 April 
1819 ; marr. at 
Umballa, Pun- 
jab, India, 6 
November 1848 ; 
died at Southsea, 
bur. there 25 
June 1898. 



Hugh Hilton Bradshaw (son of 
John Bradshaw of Eccles, co. 
Lancaster) ; Cornet 3rd Light 
Dragoons 26 May 1837, Lieu- 
tenant 1839, afterwards of the 
nth Hussars; died at Llan- 
gattock Place, co. Brecon, aged 
39, on Sunday, 27 March 1853, 
bur. at Llangattock. Will dated 
17 March 1853, proved (P.C.C. 
712, 53) in October 1853. /^ 



=Louisa Caroline, bom 24 August 1820; 
marr. at Meerut, India, 2 August 1839; 
died at 6 Hoe Park Terrace, Ply- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 31 March, bur. in 
the cemetery at Plymouth 4 April 
1887. Will dated November 1886, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 395, 87) 3 May 
18S7, by Edward Hilton Glendower 
Bradshaw, son. 

197 



Charles Tyssen Cormick, 
born 3 December 1825; 
died unmarried in India. 



John Robert Cormick. 
born 27 April 1833, bur. 
24 May following. 



3nt)e):, 



INDEX. 



Abel, Alice Augusta, 90 ; Anna Augusta Elise, 91 ; 
Augusta Annie, 91 ; Augustus Christian Andreas, 
89; Carlota Genoveva, 91; Charles Astley, 90; 
Charles Denton, 89, 90 ; Charles Leopold, 91 ; 
Charlotte Sarah, 90 ; Edith Elizabeth, 90 ; Emilie 
Johanna, 90 ; Francis Otto, 90 ; Frederica Louisa, 
89, 90; Sir Frederick Augustus, Bt., 89; Frederick 
John, 90; Frederick Victor Wilgress, 91 ; Friederika 
Wilhelmina Augusta Magdalena Charlotte, 90 ; 
Genoveva, 91 ; Uame Giulietta Grisi, 89; James 
Greyhurst, 90 ; John Leopold, 89 ; John Sangster, 
91 ; Juan Carlos, 91 ; Louisa, 89; Louisa Isabel 
Aspasia, 91 ; Sarah Selina, 89. 

Abercom, James, Duke of, 162. 

Abraham, Harriet Litchfield, 106 ; Harriet Sarah 
Dibdin, 106; Henry Robert, 106. 

Adamson, William, 52. 

Aked, Mary Anne, no; Nathaniel, no. 

Alcalde, Carmen, 13; Josefina, 13; Manuel Tomas, 

13- 
Allen, John, 64; Joseph Roscoe, 7; Louisa Margaret, 

64 ; Octavia Mabel, 7. 
Allenby, Annie Sophia, 128; Samuel, 128. 
AUgood, Elizabeth Martha, 53 ; Robert Lancelot, 

53- 

Allix, Agnes Marjorie, 116; Anne, 113; Caroline 
Isabella, 114; Catherine, 113; Catherine Anne, 
113, 114; Charles, 113; Charles Hammond, n3 ; 
Rev. Charles Wager, 113; Charlotte Frances, 
n4; Elizabeth Barbara, 116; Elizabeth Catherine, 
116; Emily Persis, 116; Frederick William, 
113, n4 ; Gertrude Anne, n6 ; Helen Jane, n5 ; 
HeRne Harriet Elizabeth, 115; Jane, n3 ; 
John Peter, 113; Juliana Jemima, n5 ; Louisa 
Margaiet, 114; Margaret Elizabeth, 114; Mary 
Catherine Elizabeth, 113; Mary Elizabeth, 113; 
Muriel Lilian Helen de Burgh, 116 ; Colonel Noel 
Charles Noel, n6 ; Rev. Richard Wager, 113; 
Sarah, n3 ; Sophia Mary, 114; Wager Townley, 
n3, n5, n6; William Kent, n5. 

von Alten, Charles Francis Victor, Count, 159; 
Countess Louise Fredericke Auguste, 159. 

Amhurst, Amelia, 33, 139, 197; Captain John, R.N., 

33, 139. '97- 
Anderson, Sir Charles Henry John, Bt., 125; Frances 

Mary, 125. 
Andre, James Peter, 8 ; Mary Anne, 8 ; Mary 

Louisa, 8. 
Angus, Barbara, 10; Janette, 10; Peter, 10. 
Annesley, Arthur, n6; Barbara Caroline, n6. 
Anson, Anne Margaret, Viscountess, 132, 134 ; 

Hon'>'= Anne Margaret, 132 ; Hon'''" Frederica 

Sophia, 134 ; Rev. Frederick, 180 ; George 

Edward, 1 84; Hon''''= Georgiana Mary, 184; 

Thomas William, Viscount, 132, 134. 
Anstice, Elizabeth Rathbone, 40 ; Mary Cowles, 36 ; 

Robert, 36, 40; Susanna, 36. 
Argyle, Edward, 124. 
Armengaud, Rene, n5. 



Armstrong, Eliza, 68 ; Uame Emily Rose, 94 ; 

George Jefferson, 68 ; John, 77 ; Maria Eliza, 77 ; 

Mary, 94 ; Walter, 94 ; Sir Walter, 94. 
Arundel, Hon'''" James Everard, 132 ; Mary 

Wyndham, 132. 
Atcherley, Anne Margaret, 139; Caroline Frances 

Amherst (Minnie), 139; Da\id Francis, 139. 
Austin, General, no, ni; Susan, no, ni. 



B 



Baillie, Hugh, 133 ; Julia, 133. 

Bainbridge, Eliza, 68 ; Emerson, 68 ; Eva Jeffie, 
68. 

Baker, Dorothy Mary Anslice, 40 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; 
Harriett, 97 ; John, 97 ; Admiral John, 97 ; John 
Alfred, 40 ; Mary, 87 ; Thomas, 87 ; Sir Thomas, 

97- 
Balfour, Arthur, 31 ; Frances Josephine, 31 ; Herbert, 

31- 
Balkwill, Annette, 39 ; Lydia Chalkcr, 39 ; William 

Hancock, 39. 
Ball, Joseph, 36 ; Susanna, 36. 
Bamlett, Anne Alderson, 13 ; Carlisle, 13. 
Banks, Marian, 38 ; Rev. Waters, 38. 
Bannister, Henrietta Maria, 20 ; John, 20. 
Barham, Colonel, 83 ; Jane Alice, 83. 
Barker, James Rutherford, 139 ; Octavia Laura, 

139- 
Barry, Adelaide Maria, lo8 ; Evelyn, 108 ; Richard 

Edwyn, 108. 
Barton, Henry, 188; Jane S., 188. 
Bartram, Alice, 104 ; Cubitt Engall, 104 ; Elizaljeth, 

104 ; Richard, 104. 
Bassett, Martha, 141 ; Richard, 141. 
Bathoe, Charlotte, 74 ; John, 74. 
Batman, Adelaide .Mary, 167 ; Eliza, 167 ; John, 

167. 
Bazely, Agnes Bazely, 97 ; Amelia, 97 ; Catherine 

Mary, 98 ; Charles, 98 ; Rev. Charles Henry 

Baker, 98 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; [George] Henry 

Boothby, 97, 99 ; George Lee Hougham, 98 ; 

Harriett, 97; Henry Cassun Barnes, 98, 99, 183; 

Jane, 98 ; John, 97 ; Admiral John, 97, 98, 100, 

102 ; Rev. John, 98 ; Julia, 99, 183 ; Julia Louisa, 

98 ; Louisa, 99, 183 ; Jlarj- Harriet, 98 ; Narborough 

Gilbert, 99 ; Rev. Thomas Tyssen, 98, 99, 183. 
Beauchamp, Edward, 192 ; Esme Frances Nevill 

Augusta, 192 ; Frances Mary, 192 ; Rev. Henry 

Woodroffe, 192. 
Beauclerk, Lady Moyra de Vere, 163 ; William 

Amelius Aubrey, Duke of St. Albans, 163. 
Beaumont, Ingham, 109 ; Sarah, 109. 
Beauvoir, Elizabeth, 113; Rev. Osmond, 113. 
Beazley, Edwin Arthur, 47. 
Bedingfeld, Catherine, 166 ; John, 166. 
Beecher, Amelia Maria Anne, 65 ; WiUiam, 65. 
Bellingham, Alice Jane, 134; Henry, 134; Jane, 134; 

John, 134; William Stewart, 134. 
Bennett, Rev. John Leigh, 56; Mary Anne, 56. 



Bcntley, Jolin Edmund, 95. 

Bere, Anne, 82; Mi)nlaguc Baker, 82. 

Bfridt;c, Rev. Biisil Burj-, iSo, 181, 187 ; Marianne 

Calherinc, 180, 181, 187. 
Berkeley, Ilun'''*' Frances, 52; William, Lord, 52. 
Bertram, Adchiidu Mar\-, 167; William, 167. 
Berwick, Joseph, 65; Mary, 65. 
Bessborough, Walter Wiiliam Brabazon, Earl of, 

23- 

Bettell, William, 39. 

Bevan, Kev. William Latham, 196. 

Bewes, Charles Theodore, 151. 

Biggs, ;/\gnes Bazely, 98 ; Elizalicth, 97 ; Jane, 98 ; 
Margaret Polhill, 98: Thomas, 97, 98. 

Bingham, Lieut. -Colonel Albert Edward, 30; Ann, 
31 ; Beatrice Elizabeth Keighlcy, 32 ; Catharine, 41 ; 
Charles Harold, 31 ; Charles Henr)-, 31 ; Charles 
Keighley, 32 ; Edward, 31, 32 ; Edward Clifton, 
30; Eliza, 31; Elizabeth, 30; Elizabeth Hedge- 
land, 31 ; Elsie Josepliine, 32; Emma, 31 ; Emma 
Margaret Keighley, 32 ; Enuna Mary, 30 ; Esmc 
Lyle, 30; Frances Josephine, 31 ; Henry, 41 ; Jane, 
30: John, 30; Colonel Sir John Edward, Bt., 30, 
32 ; Josephine, 31 : Lucy, 30 ; Lucy Cordelia, 32 ; 
Margaret, 32: Dame Maria, 30; Stephanie, 32; 
Thomas, 30; William, 30. 

Binning, Annie, 103; Richard, 103. 

Birch, Emily, 26; William, 26. 

Bird, Elizabeth, 116; Thomas, ir6. 

Birks, Edward Vaughan, 31 ; Elizabeth Hedgeland, 
31 : Thoma-s, 31. 

Birley, Joseph, 173: Margaret, 173. 

Blackburn, Edward, 165; Eliza, 165; Emma, 165. 

Blackett, James, 168; Mary, 168. 

Blagg, Charles John, 71. 

Blagrove, Alice Evclyne, 189 ; Henry John, 189 ; 
Colonel Henry Johri, 189; Violet, 189. 

Blaine, William P'leming, 169. 

Blake, Philip, 164 ; Thomazine, 164. 

Blaker, John, oS ; Sarah, 98. 

Blanch, James, 89 ; Sarah Selina, 89. 

Blayney, Mary Eleanor, 189; Thomas, 189. 

Blois, Sir Charles, Bt., 54; Clara, 54. 

Blomfield, Emma Mills, 144. 

Bloxam, Arthur George, 89 : Charles Loudon, 89 ; 
Frederica Louisa, 89 ; William, 89. 

Boileau, Major-Gcneral Francis Burton, 196; Colonel 
Francis William, 196 ; Mary Letitia, 196. 

Boland, Mary Catherine, 147 ; Thomas Parsons, 

147- 

Bonham, Rev. John, 63 ; Rosina, 63. 

Boot, Elizabeth, 30. 

Boothby, Ada Rundall, 185; Alice Evelyne, 1S9; 
Antonia Rafela, 187; Augusta Louisa, 182, 185; 
Colonel Basil Charles, 190 ; Basil Clayton, 191 ; 
Basil Frederick, 191; Basil Tanfield Beridge, 192; 
Beatrice Georgiana, 181 ; Beridge Gladwyn, 190 ; 
Beltv, 192; Brooke, 183; Rev. Brooke, 180, 182; 
Sir Brooke, Bt., 179, 180, 188; Rev. Sir Brooke 
William Robert, 179, 180, 1S8; Caroline Marj% 180, 
181; Cecil Brook, iSo, 181, 1S8; Cecil George 
Frederick, 1S5 ; Cecilia Eliz;ibeth, 190 ; Rev. 
Charles, iSo, iSl, 187; Charles Edward, 181, 1S4, 
185 ; Charles Francis, l8r ; Clara Margaret, 181 ; 
Cora, 184 ; Cyril John, 182 ; Edith Serena Hill, 1S7 ; 
Eleanor Jane, 1S7 ; Eleanor Maud, 187; Emily 
Louisa, 1S4; Emily S.arah, 190; F'rnest Brooke, 
182; Esme Frances Nevill Augusta, 192; Esme 
Janet, 192 ; Rev. Evelyn, iSS, 192 ; Evelyn 
John, 187 ; Evelyn Leonard Beridge, 192 ; 
Dame Fanny, 179, 188; Fanny Charlotte Anne, 
l8i ; F'lorence Enmia, 180 ; Frances, 185 ; 
Frances Maria Emma, 186 ; Frances .Sarah, 182, 
185; Francis Stewart Evelyn, 191 ; Rev. Frederick, 
192 ; Frederick Gore, 186 ; George, 184 ; George 
William, 99, 183 ; Hon'''' Georgiana Mary, 
184 ; Gertrude Raffela Hill, 184 ; Graham, 
183 ; Gwendolen Margaret Frances, 182 ; 



Hannah Mildred, 191 ! Harriet, 99, 183; Rev. 
Henry Brooke, 182, 185; Henry Vernon, 182, 185; 
HerUrt Cecil, iSl ; Ilorace Hro»ike, 183; Hilda 
I^mbert, 190; Hubert Basil, igo; Hugo Robert 
Brooke, 181 ; Hugo William Uobert, 181 ; 
Joan Penelope, 191 ; John Clayton, 191 ; 
Major-General John George, 1S2, 185; John 
Henry, 182 ; Judith Agnes, 189; Judith Letitia, 
191 ; Katharine Georgina, 192 ; Katharine Mary 
Josephine, 183; Laura Cecilia, 18S, 189; Louisa, 
99, 183; Dame Louisa Cransloun, 179; Louisa 
Frances, 184; Hon'''' Louisa Henrietta, 179, 182; 
Louisa Jane, 189; Louisa Maria, 179; Louisa 
Rafela, 181 ; Mabel Gertrude, 1S4 ; Margaret, 
182; Margaret Elizabeth Frances, 185; .Margaretta 
Jane, 188; Margaretta Laura, 190; Maria, 181; 
Marian Agnes Serena Penelope, 192 ; Marianne 
Catherine, 180, 181, 187; Dame Martha Serena, 
iSo, 188; Mary, 189, 191 ; Mary Dorothy Cecilia, 
192; Mildred Serena, 192; Osbert .Stephen, 190; 
Penelope Frances, 192; Dame Pha.'be, 179; 
Dame Rafela, 179: Rafella, 185; Colonel Reginald 
Evelyn, 188; Reginald FitzHcnry, 189; Rosalind 
Louisa, 180; .Sevmour William Brooke, 181 ; 
Walter Herbert. 182, 185; Rev. Waller Ralph 
Jebb, 191; William, 192; Rev. William, 191 ; 
Sir William, Bt., 99, 179, 188 ; Rev. William 
Henr}', 181, 187; Captain William 0.sbert, R.N., 
190. 

Borrer, Carey Hampton, 169; Rev. Carey Hampton, 
172; Christina Sophia, 172; Clifford Forlescue, 
172; Fllizabeth, 169, 172; Elizabeth Catherine, 
169 : Mar)' Jane, 172. 

Boston, William, Baron, 20. 

Boswell, Robert, 74 ; Sibella, 74. 

Bouveriu, Hon'"'" Bartholomew, 132; Harriet, 132 ; 
Hon"''" Mary Wyndhani, 132; William, Earl of 
Radnor, 132. 

Bowman, James, 109, no. 

Boyce, .\nnie Elizal)elh Jacob, 29 ; Arthur Courtenay 
Woollcombe, 2S : Rev. Edward Jacob, 28 ; Rev. 
Henry, 28 ; Hugh Woollcombe, 29 ; Julia 
Reynolds, 29 ; Margaret Matilda Hoyle, 29 ; 
Margery Barbara, 29 ; Mary Anne, 28 ; Mary 
Eleanor, 28; Mary Vivi.an, 28; Rev. William, 29; 
s^£ a/so W^oollcombe-Boyce. 

Boyd, .\nna Fielding, 154; Margaret Fielding, 154; 
Thomson, 154. 

Boyle, .'\rmor, 66; Elizalieth, 66. 

Br.idburne, Rev. Charlc-, Randall, 16 ; Henrietta 
Catherine, 16; Rev. Thomas William, 16. 

Bradford, Adela Evelyn, 195 ; Adolphine Bertha, 
194; -Xdolphine Christian, 193; .\lice .Sophia, 196; 
Berj'l Adela, 195 ; Cecil Audrey, 196 ; Daryl 
Colborne, 195; Dame FMith .Mary, 194; Edward, 
193 ; Edward Austen, 195 ; Colonel Sir Edward 
Ridley Colborne, Bt., 194; Edward Thomas, 193; 
D.ame Elizaljclh .\dela, 194; Elsie Clifton, 195; 
Emily Maude, 196; Evelyn Ridley, 195; Henrietta 
Frances, 195; Henry William, 193, 194; Herbert 
Lewkenor, 195; Isabel Fergusson, 78; John, 78; 
Kalherine Alaria, 196 ; Margaret Louisa, 195 ; 
Mary, 193; Mar)- Ann Fallen (Nina), 196; Mary 
Leliti.a, 196; Mary Sutherland, 194; Montagu 
Edward, 194; Lieut. -Colonel Oliver John, 196; 
Oliver Ridley, 196; Sutherland Henry, 194; Rev. 
William Mussage, 193 ; Rev. William Mussage 
Kirkwall, 193. 

Bradshaw, Edward Hilton Glendower, 197 ; Hugh 
Hilton, 197 J John, 197; Louisa Caroline, 197. 

Brady, Eliza, 65; Henry 65. 

Brand, Ferdinand, 175; Hon**'' Gertrude, 58; 
Henry Bouverie William, Viscount Hampden, 58; 
Henr)' Robert, Viscount Hampden, 161 ; Susan 
Henrietta, Viscountess Hampden, 161. 

Brennand, Esther, 92 ; Richard, 92. 

Brierly, Catherine, 25; Henry, 25; Rev. Henry, 25; 
Lucy Sarah, 25. 



Brigstocke, Elizabeth Lydia, 60 ; Georgina Eustalia 
Player, 60: Captain Thomas Robert, R. N. , 60. 

Briscoe, Ellen, 107 ; Richard, 107. 

Broadwood, Florence, 67 ; Thomas, 67. 

Brodrick, Hon'''^ Frances Anne, 20; George, Viscount 
Midleton, 20. 

Bromley, Edward, 103; Elizabeth, 103. 

Brooke, Rev. Charles, 115; Charlotte, 115; Francis 
Capper, 115; Juliana Jemima, 115; Louisa, 115; 
Major, 92; Marianne, 92; Mary, 12, 74; Sir 
Richard, Bt., 74; William, 12. 

Brown, Amelia, 195 ; -\rthur Pigott, 154 ; Elizabeth 
Anne, 65 ; Elsie Clifton, 195 ; Henry, 65 ; Colonel 
James Clifton, 195; Margaret Fielding, 154; 
Mary, 5, 106 ; Sarah Ann, 5 ; Thomas, 106 ; 
William, 5. 

Buck, Lewis William, 70; Louisa, 70; Margaret, 104. 

Bulkeley, Viscountess, 186. 

Buller, Jane Eliza, 164; Rev. Richard, 164. 

Bulpett, Charles, 103 ; Louisa, 103. 

Bulwer, Rose Emily Lytton, 173 ; William Earle 
Lytton, 173. 

Burdekin, Rev. Arthur Edward, 32 ; Benjamin, 32 ; 
Emma Margaret Keighley, 32 ; Sarah Ann, 32 ; 
Walter Frederick, 32. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, Bt., 56; Georgiana Male, 56; 
Dame Mary Dorothy, 56. 

Burgess, Alicia, 42; Beatrice OctaWa, H2 ; Henry, 
42; Jessie Anne, 112; John Gulson, 112; Julian 
Gulson, 112. 

de Burgh, Anne, 26; Sarah Anne, 26; Rev. William, 
26. 

Burghesh, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, Lady, 20 ; 
Ernest FitzRoy Neville, Lord, 20. 

Burlington, Elizabeth, Lady, 158 ; George Augustus 
Henry, Earl of, 158. 

Bumell-Jones, Henrietta Elizabeth, 83 ; Captain 
Henry Charies, R.N., 83. 

Burnett, Duncan Pringle, 42. 

Bumside, Rev. John, 56; Mary, 56. 

Burton, Benjamin, 33 ; Mary Elizabeth, 33. 

Butler, Mary, 59; Peregrine, 59. 

Butterworth, Frances Maud, 35 ; Reginald Wyndham, 
35 ; Rosalind Harriet, 35. 

Buttgereit, Andreas, 85; Wilhelmina, 85. 

Byer, Blanche Ethel, 16; Joseph, 16. 

Byng, Lady Frances, 133 ; Field-Marshal John, 
Earl of Strafford, 133. 

Byron, Ada Constance Frederica, 55 ; Amy Mary, 
57 ; Rev. the Hon"": Augustus, 52, 55, 58, 72 ; 
Augustus William, 55 ; Cecil George Gordon, 57 ; 
Claud Gordon, 57 ; Constance Caroline, 55 ; 
Daphne Mary, 58 ; Edith Mar)', 58 ; Eleanor Mary, 
57 ; Elizabeth Mary, Lady, 52 ; Eric William, 57 ; 
Ethel Maud, 55 ; Eva Lucy Mary, 53 : Fanny 
Lucy, Lady, 54 ; Frances Berkeley, Lady, 52 ; 
Francis, 53 ; Hon'>'= Frederica, 55, 72 ; Hon'''"' 
Frederick, 53, 55, 72 ; Rev. the Hon'''= Frederick 
Ernest Charles, 53, 54 ; George Anson, 56 ; 
Captain George Anson, R. N., 52 ; Admiral George 
Anson, Baron, 52 ; George Anson, Baron, 52, 54 ; 
George Frederick William, Baron, 54 ; George 
Gordon, Baron, 52 ; Hon*"'" Georgiana, 54 ; 
Georgiana Male, 56 ; Gwendoline Male, 56 ; 
Harriet, 54 ; Henrietta Charlotte, 52 ; Admiral 
the Hon''''= John, 52 ; John Ralph, 57 ; Juliana 
Maria Charlotte, 53 ; Katherine Mary, 58 ; Leila 
Frederica Dora, 54 ; Lucy Elizabeth Jane, Lady, 
52 ; Mabel Charlotte, 54, 58, 72 ; Hon'''= 
Margaret Alice, 53, 54 ; Margaret Dorothy, 56 ; 
Hon"" Mary, 56 ; lIon''''= Mary Anne, 52 ; 
Mary Beatrice, 56 ; Hon''''' Mary Elizabeth, 56, 
71 ; Hon**'" Mary Jane, 53 ; Maurice Augustus 
William, 58 ; Nora Hermione Wentworlh, 55 ; 
Rhona .Mary, 56 ; Richard Charles, 57 ; Hon''''' 
Sophia, 52; Sylvia Mary, 58, 71; Wilfrid, 58, 
71 ; William, Lord, 52; Rev. the Hon'''"' William, 
52, 56, 71. 



Cahill, Wilhelmina Frances, III. 

Caldwell, Caroline Jemima, 25 ; Colonel William, 25. 

di Calc^eras, Marie Therese, 3 ; Pietro Quartano, 3. 

Cahhorpe, Sir Henry, Baron, 117. 

Cameron, Donald Charles, 21 ; Elizabeth, 21. 

Campbell, Agnes, 36 ; .\lexander, 36 : .Archibald 

Mitchell, 10; Hon'"'" Archibald .Mitchell, 10; 

Frances Maria, 61 ; Helen Grace, 10; Sir Ilay, 

Bt., 145; Susan, 145; General William, 61. 
Campion, Anne, 82 ; Hon'''' Gertrude, 58 ; Katherine 

Mary, 58 ; Richard Crudge, 82 ; William Henry, 

58; William Robert, 58. 
Cannon, Catherine Mary, 98; John, 98. 
Canterbury, Most Rev. Archibald Campbell Tail, 

Archbishop of, 142, 145. 
Capper, Charlotte, 115; Rev. Francis, 115; Frederic 

William, 8 ; John, 8 ; Mary Eleanor, 8 ; Mary 

Louisa, 8. 
Caracciolo, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, 20 ; Luigi, 

Due de Santo Teodoro, 20. 
Carleton, Elizabeth, 66; Lieut. -Colonel the Hon'''* 

George, 173; Guy, Baron Dorchester, 173; 

Hon^' Henrietta Priscilla, 173; General Henry 

Alexander, 66 ; Marguerite Helen, 66 ; Mar)', 

133 ; Montgomery Launcelot, 66; Thomas, 133. 
Carlisle, Frederick, Earl of, 159; George, Earl of, 

158, 162; Georgiana Dorothy, Countess of, 158; 

Rt. Rev. Har\ey Goodwin, Bishop of, 141, 142 ; 

Henrietta Margaret, 46 ; Thomas, 46 ; Thomas 

Potter, 46. 
Carpenter, John Delavel, Earl of Tytconnell, 22 ; 

Sarah, Countess of Tyrconnell, 22. 
Carpenter (formerly Chetwynd-Talbot) Hon'''" Beatrice, 

22 ; Hon*"'" Maria Georgiana, 22 ; Admiral the 

Hon'''' Walter Cecil, 22. 
Carr, Captain George Lyon, R.N., 3 ; Jane S., 

188 ; John, 188 ; Margaretta Jane, 188 ; Marie 

Therese, 3 ; Michaelangela Katherine, 3. 
Carrington, Robert, Baron, 119, 120, 132. 
Carter, Adelaide Catherine, 34, 35 ; Amelia, 33 ; 

Caroline Harvey, 33 ; Charles, 34 ; Charlotte 

Robina, 33 ; Edith, 35 ; Emily, 35 ; Gertrude 

Evelyn, 35 ; Herbert, 35 ; James Langhani, 35 ; 

Jane Evel)'n, 34 ; Janetta Constance Blanch, 34 ; 

Joan, 35 ; John, 33, 197 ; John Burroughes, 34 ; 

John Hugh Crozier, 34 ; John Patrick, 34 ; John 

Philip Charles, 34 ; John Thomas, 33 ; Judith, 

33 ; Langham, 35 ; .Margaret, 35 ; Mao', 35 ; 
Mary Ann, 33 : Mary Haney Burroughes, 33, 
195 ; Richard Tyssen, 34, 35 ; Robert, 34, 35 ; 
Sarah Ann, 34 ; William, 35 ; William Marcon, 

34 ; see also Langham-Carter. 

Casamajor, James Archbold, 115; Mar)' Christian, 1 15. 

Caslleman, Elizabeth, 12; Harriet Slary Saunders, 
13 ; Henry 12, 13 ; Jane Helen, 12. 

Catty, Major-General Charles Parker, 139. 

Cavendish, Alice Louisa, 160; Alix, 163; Lady 
Anne, 162; .\rthur, 161; Lady Blanche Catherine, 
162 ; Blanche Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, 
158 ; Lord Charles Arthur Francis, 162 ; Colonel 
Charles James, 161 ; Diana, 163 : Lady Dorothy 
Evelyn, 162 ; Lord Edward, 162 ; Edward William 
Spencer, Marquess of Hartington, 162 ; Elizabeth, 
Countess of Burlington, 158; Elizabeth Vere, 163; 
Lady Emma Elizabeth, 161 ; Evelyn Emily Mary, 
Duchess of Devonshire, 162 ; Lady Fanny, 159 ; 
Lord Frederick Charles, 161 ; George -Augustus 
Henry, Earl of Burlington, 158; Lord Geoi^e 
Henry, 15S, 160, l6i ; Lady Georgiana Dorothy, 
158 ; Henry George, 160, 161 ; Colonel James 
Charles, 160, 161 ; John Edward Compton, 163 ; 
Lord John Spencer, 163; Hon'''" Louisa, 15S; 
Lady Louisa, 1 60; Lady Louisa Caroline, 160; 
Louise Fredericke Auguste, Duchess of Devon- 
shire, 159; Lady Lucy Caroline, 161 ; Mary 
Katharine, 163 ; Lady Maud Louisa Emma, 162 ; 



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Lady Moyra dc \'ere, 163 ; Lady Rachel, 162 ; 

Lord Kicliard, 15S, 161 ; Richard Frederick, 159; 

Lord Richard Frederick, 163 ; Sir S|wncer 

Compton, Duke of Devonshire, [58, 159, 162 ; 

Susan Henrietta, 161 ; Victor Christian William, 

Duke of Devonshire, 159, 162 ; Walter Frederick, 

161; William, Lord, 158; lion"' William, 158; 

Sir William, Duke of Devonshire, 158, 161 ; 

William Spencer, Duke of Devonshire, 158. 
Chads, Elizaliclh Henrietta, 151 ; Henrietta Lander, 

154; Admiral Sir Henry, 151; Admiral Sir 

Henry Ducic, 151, 154; Laura, 151; William 

Henry Du Caurroy, 151; Major-General William 

John, 154. 
Chaldecott, Gertrude May, 6 ; Lucy Marianne, 6 ; 

Colonel Mark Algernon, 6. 
Chamberlain, Joseph, 103 ; Sarah, 103 ; Sarah 

Susannah, 103. 
Chancellor, Alexander, 166 ; Elizabeth, 166 ; Grace, 

166; John, 166; Mary Forties, 166. 
Chandos I'ole, Llizabeth Mary, 52 ; Mary 52 ; 

Sachevercll, 52. 
Chapman, Charles Higford, 105; Ellen, 105; Nora 

Evelyn, 37 ; Robert, 105 ; Samuel, 37. 
Charrington, Francis Arthur, 178; luithleen Clara, 

178; Thomas, 178. 
Chavez, Juan C, 12 ; Mathilde, 12. 
Chessyre, Mildred, 192 ; Rev. William John, 192. 
Chester, Harrv, 184. 
Chetwynd-Tal'bot, Hon"'''' Alfred, 22 ; Hon""' Emily 

Augusta Louisa, 22 ; Henry John, Earl of Shrews- 
bury, 22 ; see also Carpenter. 
Chevalier, Edgcumbe, 34 ; Emma Caroline, 34. 
Chichester, Rt. Rev. Ernest Roland Wilberforcc, 

Bishop of, 125; Frances Harriet, 125; Rev. 

George Vaughan, 125. 
Chilcot, Francis Wilson, 80 j Rev. William Francis, 

80. 
Chnrton, Ven'''' Edward, 142; Mar)', 142. 
Clabon, John Moxon, 60. 
Claremoit, Edward McDougall Stopford, 66 ; 

General Edward Stopford, 66; Flora Mary, 66. 
Clark, Elizabeth, 9; Stephen, 9. 
Clarke, Edward Hyde, 66; Fanny Julia, 66; Rochfort 

Hyde, 66; T. Hyde, 66. 
Classon, Jane, 104; John, 104; Mary, 104. 
Clay, Bertram, 39; Major-General Charles Henry, 

39 ; Ethel Charlotte Anstice, 39. 
Clayton, Lucy, 191 ; Nathaniel, 191. 
Clement.son, Elizabeth, 94; Isaac, 94. 
Cleveland, Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, Duchess of, 

132 ; Harry George, Duke of, 132 ; William John 

Frederick, Duke of, 132. 
Clough, Arthur Hugh, 173; Blanche, 173; Eleanor 

Clarens, 173. 
Clough-Taylor, Constance Caroline, 55 ; Edward, 

55 ; Ethel Maud, 55 ; Lieut. -Colonel Horatio 

George, 55; Sophia Mary, 55. 
Clover, Dorothy Margaret, 48; Emily, 48; George 

Robert, 48 ; Guy Sanderson, 48. 
Clowes, Samuel William, 69. 
Glutton, John, 171; Katherine, 171. 
Cobbold, Anna Frances, 146 ; Felix Ttiornley, 146 ; 

Herbert St. George, 146 ; John Chevallier, 146 ; 

Lucy, 146. 
Codrington, Christopher, 25 ; Christopher Hubert, 

26 ; Colonel Edward Christopher, 26 ; Edward 

William, 25 ; Emily Anne, 25 ; Esther Alice, 26 ; 

Florence Is;it>el, 27 ; Harry de Burgh, 27 ; Helen 

Maude, 27; Hubert Walter, 26; Julia Isabella, 

25 ; Julia Alargarett, 25 ; Kenneth de Burgh, 26 ; 

Lucy Sarah, 25 ; Marjorie Doris, 27 ; Sarah Anne, 

26. 
Cohen, Isaac, 135; Juliana, 135. 
Coke, Lady Anne Margaret, 132, 134; Thom-as 

William, Earl of Leicester, 132, 134. 
Colbome, Nicholas William, Baron, 193. 
Collier, Sarah, 113; Rev. William, 113. 



Collinson, Amelia, n i ; Rev. John, 1 1 1 ; Octavia, 
III. 

CoUycr, Adelaide Mary, 167 ; Catherine, 166 ; 
Daniel, 166; Rev. Daniel, 166; Daniel William, 
167; Eliza, 167; F^liziibeth, 166; Klizabclh Rose 
Chancellor, 167 ; Colonel George Chancellor, 166, 
167 ; Isabel, 167 ; James Andrew, 167 ; James 
Daniel, 166 ; Jane Scott, 167 ; John Beding- 
feld, 167 ; Vcn''''' John Bedingfeld, 166 ; John 
Daniel, 167; Margaret Elliot, 167; Mary Catherine 
Bedingfeld, 166; Mary Forbes, 166; Rose Elizabeth, 
166; Lady Sarah, 166; William Daniel, 167; 
William John, 166, 167. 

Comber, Alice Spencer, 16; Alison Faith, 14; 
Alison Shepherd, 14; Andrew, 12; Annie Grace, 

13 ; Blanche Ethel, 16 ; Blanche Josephine 
Frideswytha, 16 ; Brooke, 14 ; Caroline Henrietta, 

14 ; Catherine Margaret, l6 ; Charles Frederick, 
13; Charles Henry, 13; Charlotte Henrietta, 
13; Clara Caroline, 15; Clare Henrietta, 15; 
Clementina, 14; Edith Dennett, 15; Emily 
Beatrice, 15, 16; Ena, 15; Enriqueta, 14; Frank 
Preston, 15; George Edward, 13; George John, 
14; George Wa.shington, 15; Guillermo Armando, 
13; Harold Castleman, 16; Helen Caroline, 14; 
Helen Jane, 15; Helen May, 14; Helena, 12; 
Henrietta Catherine, 16; Henrietta Mary, 15; 
Henry, 12; Henry Gordon, 12, 15, 16; Henry 
Graham, 16; Henry Lee, 13; Henry Merritt, 13; 
Henry Wandesforde, 13; HughDcnison, 16; James 
Rowe Wamlesforde, 13,14; Jane, 14; Jane Harriet, 
14; Jane Helen, 12; Josefina, 13; Juanila 
Maxwell, 16; Kathleen Alice, 16; Marg.aret, 14; 
Margarita Harrington, 15; Margarita Maxwell, 
15; Mary 12, 16; Mary Castleman, 15; Mary 
Graham, 16; Mathilde, 12; Feter Graham, 16; 
Robert Henry Johnstone, 15; Rosaura, 14; 
Sara, 13; Rev. Thom-as, 12; Thomas Arthur, 13; 
Thomas Denison, 15; Thomas Gordon, 14; 
Thomas Graham, 16; Thomas Vance, 15; William, 
15; William Brooke, 13; William George, 13; 
William Merritt, 12, 13; William Turner, 12. 

Comley, Agnes, 78; John Muspratt, 78. 

Compton, Charles, Earl of Northampton, 158 ; 

Lady Elizabeth, 158. 
Connor, Emily Henrietta Maude, 125; Evelyn, 137 ; 

George Harry Adams, 125 ; Rev. George Henry, 

125 ; John, 137 ; John Colpoys, 137 ; Katharine 

Maude, 125. 
Cookworthy, Anna, 36 ; Philip, 36. 
Cooper, Charlotte Sarah, 44 ; Rev. George Fort, 44. 
Copinger, Anne, 26 ; Rev. John, 26. 
Cormick, Amelia Harriet, 33, 197 ; Charles Tyssen, 

197 ; Edward, 33, 197 ; Edward Henry, 33, 197 ; 

John Robert, 197 ; Louisa Caroline, 197 ; Mary 

Caroline, 197 ; Mary Harvey Burroughes, 33, 197 ; 

William George, 197 ; William Tyssen, 197. 
Corse-Scott, Catherine, 183 ; John, 183. 
Costelloe, Jessie Katherine, 137; Lieutenant, 137. 
Cotes, John, 135 ; Victoria Alexandrina, 135. 
Cotton, Adelaide, 80 ; Charles, 87, 88 ; Eliza Mercy, 

87 : Hugh Powell, 87. 
Couch, Anna, 83. 
Coulson, Alicia Frances Forth, 52 ; John Blenkinsopp, 

52 ; Juliana Elizabeth, 52 ; Hon"" Mary Anne, 52. 
Cowen, Amelia Harriet, 45 ; Charles, 197 ; Edward 

Ingham, 45. 
Cox, Ann, 82 ; Charlotte, 81 ; Frances Oliver, 80, 

83 ; James, 2 ; Mila, 2 ; Peter, 80, 82 ; Samuel, 

81, 82. 
Coyney, Lieut. -Colonel Charles, 71 ; Sophia 

Henrietta, 71 ; Susan, 71 ; Walter Mainwaring, 71. 
Craik, James, 138. 
Crawford, Rev. Charles John, 174; Jane Quintin, 

174 ; VVilliam, 174. 
Crcmer, Frances, i ; Rev. Robert, I. 
de Crept, Edouard, 12; Helena, 12. 
Cresswell, Emma, 84 ; Richard, 84. 



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Crewe, Margaret Etrenne Hannah, Countess of, 136; 
Robert OfTley Ashbunon, Earl of, 136 ; Sybil 
Marcia, Countess of, 136. 

Crewe-Milnes, Margaret Etrenne Hannah, Countess 
of Crewe, 136 ; Robert Offley Ashburton, Earl of, 
136 ; Sybil Marcia, Countess of Crewe, 136. 

Creyke, Frances, 118; Ralph, 118. 

Crichton, Hugh, 135 ; Jane, 135. 

Crockwell, Elizabeth Mary, 139. 

Crookenden, Louisa, 150; Mary Anne, 150; Thomas, 
ISO. 

Crossley, Louis John, 31. 

Crozier, Emma Caroline, 34 ; Rev. James Alexander, 
34 ; Jane Evelyn, 34. 

Cunliffe, Ada Frances, 76 ; Adele, 77 ; Agnes, 77, 78 ; 
Lady Alexandrina Victoria, 74 ; Alfred Edward, 
78 ; Caroline, 78 ; Dame Cecelie Victoria, 74 ; 
Cecily Agnes, 77 ; Charles VVatkin, 75 ; Charlotte, 
75 ; Charlotte Caroline, 75 ; Charlotte Maria 
Jane, 73 ; Clare, 77 ; Cyril Henry, 78 ; David, 76 ; 
DaWd Arthur, 77 ; DaWd Foster, 77 ; Dame 
Eleanor Sophia Egerton, 74 ; Ellis Robert, 77 ; 
Ellis Watkin, 78 ; Emma Charlotte, 76 ; Emma 
Rhoda, 74 ; Colonel Ernest William, 78 ; Sir 
Foster, Bt., 73 ; Sir Foster Hugh Egerton, Bt., 
74, 75 ; Foster John, 75 ; Foster Kinloch, 77 ; 
Frances Priscilla, 76 ; Frank, 75 ; George, 75 ; 
Gertrude, 78 ; Gwynidd Sybilla, 78 ; Dame Harriet, 
73 ; Helen Brooke, 77 ; Henrietta, 77 ; Rev. Henry, 
74, 75 ; Isabel Fergusson, 78 ; Janet Victoria, 76 ; 
Kythe, 75 ; Laura, 77 ; Louisa, 73 ; Louisa 
Harriot, 73 ; Lucy Mary, 76 ; Mary Adeline, 78 ; 
Mary Augusta, 74 ; Mary Evelyn, 75 ; Mary 
Susan, 74 ; Muriel Hyde, 78 ; Nora Dorothy, 77 ; 
PhyUs Rowena, 77 ; Rhoda Helen, 75 ; Colonel 
Sir Robert Alfred, Bt., 74; Robert ElUs, 73, 78; 
General Sir Roljert Henr^', Bt., 73 ; Robert Henry 
Neville, 75; Rose Geraldine, 77; Ruth Agnes, 78; 
Dame Susan Emily, 73 ; Violet Eleanor, 75 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Walter Howell, 78. 

Currey, Benjamin Scott, 54. 

Curzon, Anne Rosamond, 56 ; John, 56. 

Cutts, Charlotte Alice, S3 ; George Sizeland, 83. 



D 



Dagomet, Heloise, 107; Pierre, 107. 

Dale, Anne Elizabeth, 176; Cecil Clare Marston, 
177; Emily Jane, 94, 176, 177; Frances Josephine, 
177; James Murray, 176; Rev. Lawford William 
Torriano, 95, 177 ; Very Rev. Thomas, 94, 177 ; 
Rev. Thomas Pelham, 94, 177. 

Dalison, Harriet Augusta, 175; Rev. John Beauvoir, 
175; Katherine, 175. 

Dallas, Henrietta Charlotte, 52 ; Robert, 52. 

Dalmeny, Albert Edward Harry Meyer Archibald, 
Lord, 137; Archibald, Lord, 132; Catherine Lucy 
Wilhelmina, Lady, 132 ; Dorothy Alice Margaret 
Augusta, Lady, 137. 

Daniel, Ann, 81 ; Fanny, 81 ; Thomas Palmer, 81. 

Daniel-Tyssen, Amelia, 33, 139, 197; Amelia Harriet, 
33> 197; Charlotte, 139; Francis Samuel, 35; 
Mary Ann, 33 ; Rosalind Harriet, 35 ; Wilham 
George, 33, 139, 197. 

Dansey, Ellen, 149 ; Richard Dansey, 149. 

D'Arcy, Henrietta Maria, 23 ; Robert de Burgh, 23. 

Darell, Alice Olivia, 68 ; Dame Amelia Maria Anne, 
65 ; Amy, 67 ; Barbara Gladys, 68 ; Dorothy 
Muriel, 68 ; Edward Tierney Gillkrest, 67 ; 
Eleanor, 67 ; Elizabeth Anne, 65 ; Emily Mary, 
65; Eva Jeffie, 68; Evelyn May, 66; Dame Fanny 
Julia, 66; Flora Mary, 66; Flora Muriel, 68; 
Florence, 67 : Florence Mary, 67 ; Guy Maryland, 
68; Dame Harriet Mar)-, 66; Harriet May, 66; 
Harry P'rancis, 68; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Harry 
Francis Colville, Bt., 65; Sir Harry Vereist, Bt., 
65 ; Dame Helen Frances, 66 ; Dame Isabella, 65 ; 



Isabella Martha, 65 ; James, 66 ; Sir Lionel, Bt. , 
65 ; Lionel Algernon Heathcote, 67 ; Sir Lionel 
Edward, Bt., 66, 67 ; Lionel Edward Hamilton, 
66 ; Lionel Edward Hamilton Marmaduke, 67 ; 
Margaret Eleanor Phyllis, 67 ; Marguerite Helen, 
66 ; Mary, 66 ; Mary Leonora Amy, 67 ; Nancy 
Brenda, 67 ; Violet Mary, 66 : William Harry 
VereLst, 68; Rev. Sir William Lionel, Bt., 65, 66. 

Darker, Elizabeth, 69; William, 69. 

Daubeny, Henry, 15; Henry Giles, 15; Margarita 
Harrington, 15. 

Davey, Charles Holwell, 87 ; Sarah, 87. 

DaWdson, Arthur Charles, 180, 188 ; Colonel John, 
26; Madgwick Spicer, 180, 181, 188; Rev. 
Randall Thomas, 145. 

Davies, Elizaljeth Ann, 95 ; Frances Priscilla, 76 ; 
Isabella Anne, 95 ; Rev. John Silvester, 95 ; John 
Speed, 95 ; Samuel, 76 ; Rev. William Henry 
Silvester, 95. 

Darison, Eliza, 148 ; Joseph, 148 ; Minnie Dibdin, 
148. 

Dawes, Mary Anne, 168; Thomas, 168. 

Dawkins, Rev. Edward, 52 ; Juliana Elizabeth, 52. 

Day, Hon^^ Sir John Charles, 112; Samuel Henry, 
112. 

Dean, Ethel Lucy, 63. 

Deane, Rosamond Amelia, 69, 70. 

Deas, Annie Hodge, 96 ; Ida Margaret, 96 ; Joseph, 
96. 

De Grey, Alice Mar)-, 21 ; Rev. the Hon''i« Amald, 
21, 23; Augusta Georgiana Elizabeth, Lady 
Walsingham, 20 ; Augusta Louisa, Lady Wal- 
singham, 21 ; Augusta Selina Elizabeth, Lady 
Walsingham, 20 ; Hon'''"' Beatrice, 22 ; Hon'>'"= 
Brownlow North Osbom, 22 ; Charlotte Harriet, 
22 ; Elizabeth, Lady VValsingham, 20 ; Hon"*'" 
Elizabeth Augusta, 20 ; Elizabeth Helen, 21 ; 
Hon"" Elizabeth Henrietta (Lisa), 21 ; Hon'''' 
Elizabeth Odeyne, 24 ; Hon'''" Emily Augusta 
Louisa, 22 ; Emily Elizabeth Julia, Lady Walsing- 
ham, 21 ; Hon''''-' Emma Dorothea, 22 ; Hon'''^ 
Francis, 24 ; Rev. the Hon'''' Frederick, 22-24 ; 
George, 21 ; Hon'''' George, 22, 24 ; Hon'''' 
Georgina, 24 ; Hon'''' Henrietta Maria, 23 ; 
Hon'''' John Augustus, 21, 23 ; Hon'''' Mabel, 23 ; 
Margaret Henrietta, 21 ; Hon*"'' Margaret Maria, 
23 ; Michael, 23 ; Nigel, 23 ; Richard Patrick, 21 ; 
Hont"'' Robert Baynurd, 24 ; Thomas, Baron 
Walsingham, 20-22 ; William Brownlow, 22 ; 
see also Walsingliam. 

Delme, John, 43; Julia, 43. 

Denman, Anna JIaria, 124; Emma, 124; Helen 
Mary, 136; Rev. the Hon'"'' Lewis William, 124; 
Richard, 136; Hon'''' Richard, 124, 136. 

Dent, Ernest Freshfield, 173; Joseph, 173; Rev. 
Joseph Jonathan Dent, 173 ; Laura Manning, 173 ; 
Margaret, 173. 

Devas, Horace, 70. 

Deverel, Catherine, 94. 

Devonshire, Blanche Georgiana, Duchess of, 158 ; 
Evelyn Emily Mary, Duchess of, 162 ; Louise 
Fredericke Auguste, Duchess of, 159 ; Sir Spencer 
Compton, Duke of, 158, 162 ; Victor Christian 
William, Duke of, 162; Sir William, Duke of, 158, 
161 ; William Spencer, Duke of, 158. 

Diblin, Eliza, 14S ; Joseph, 148. 

Dewes, Arthur, 149; Emily Adelaide, 149. 

Dillon, Colonel Henry Augustus, Viscount, 23 ; 
Joseph, 166; Hon'''' Louisa Anne Rose, 23; Rose 
Elizabeth, 166. 

Dimmick, Charles, 87 ; Edwin, 87 ; Elizabeth, 87 ; 
Emily, 87. 

Dimond, Charles John, 47 ; Emily Frances 
Henrietta, 47. 

Dixon, Ann Nowell, 30; James, 30; Robert, 20. 

Dobson, Charles, 95. 

Dodwell, George, 74 ; Georgina, 74. 

Dolman, John Thomas, 121 ; Mary Helen Alicia, 121. 



Ddrchestcr, Guy, Baron, 173. 

Doughty, Rev. Ernest George, 1 1 5. 

Douglas, Jane, 52, 53; Rev. I'hilip llcnr)-, 52; 

William, 52, 53. 
Dowling Eliza, 24 ; Sir James, 24. 
Downing, Rev. George, 144; Maria, 144. 
Dnimmond, John, 69; Susan, 69; Lady Susan, 69; 

William, 134. 
Duff, .-\lexander. Earl of Fife, 166 ; Elizabeth 

Charlotte, 115; James, 115; Louisa, 115; Mary, 

Countess of Fife, 166; Lady Sarah, 166. 
Dundas, Blanche Cecil Jane, 179; Rev. the Hon"'' 

Charles, 179; Gertru(le Susan, 179; Laura Marj-, 

179; Hon'"'' Louisa Maria, 179; Louisa Montagu, 

179; Robert, Viscount Melville, 179. 
Dunlop, Dame Charlotte Constance, 133 ; Dame 

Harriet, 133; Hugh, 133; General James, 133; 

Sir John, Bt., 133: Julia, 133. 
Dunmore, Alexander, Earl of, 74 ; Catherine, 

Countess of, 74- 
Dyson, .Vrthur, 31 ; Eliza, 31 ; Emma, 31 ; Henr)', 31 ; 

Henry Hall Taylor, 30; Mar)', 31 ; William, 30. 



Easlea, John, 62 ; Marian Bridget, 62 ; William 

Henry, 62. 
Eberhard, Friederika Wilhelmina Augusta Magdalena 

Charlotte, 90 ; Rudolph August, 90. 
Ede, John, 145; Mary Anne, 145. 
Edgcombe, I'hillis Jane, 3; Rev. William, 3. 
Edwards, Aniic, 105; Caroline Rebecca Stevens, 105; 

George Cadogan, 105 ; Maria Eliza, 77 ; Rev. 

Reginald Campbell, 77 ; Richard Venn, 77 ; Rose 

Geraldine, 77. 
Edwards- Heathcote, Eleanor, 67; Justinian, 67. 
Effingham, Henry, Earl of, 132. 
Egerton, Hon''''' .\Igernon Fulke, 160; Hon'>'* Alice 

Louisa, 160 ; Blanche Harriet, 160 ; Blanche 

Susan, 160; Admiral the Hon'''"= Francis, 160; 

Francis, Earl of Ellesmere, 160; Francis Charles 

Granville, Earl of Ellesmere, 160; Lady Louisa 

Caroline, 160 ; Mary Eylcs, 74 ; Sibella, 74 ; 

William, 74: William Francis, 160. 
Elam, Charles, 31. 
Ellesmere, Francis, Earl of, 160 ; Francis Charles 

Granville, Earl of, 100. 
Elliot, Margaret I'otI, 167. 
Elliott, Louisa, 147. 
Ellison, Cuthbert, 186 ; Rev. Henry John, 190 ; 

Isabella Caroline, 186 ; Isabella Grace, 186. 
Ely, Eliza, 165; Rt. Rev. James Russell Woodford, 

Bishop of, 125; John, 165; Rt. Rev. Thomas 

Greene, Bishop of, 113. 
Empy, Edmund, 85 ; Lydia, 85. 
Ernngton, Rev. John Richard, 54. 
Erskine-VVemyss, Dora Mina, 137; James Hay, 137. 
Evamy, Mary, 189; Richard, 189. 
Evelyn, Florence, 125 ; Frances Harriet, 125 ; 

William John, 125. 
Everett, Albert Eric, 7; Albert Nelson, t, 4, 5; 

Alice, 5 ; .'Mice Marguerite, 5 ; Captain .'\llan 

Frederic, R. N., 3; .\niy Lilian, 6; Anna Louisa, 6; 

Arthur Braithwaite, 4 ; .Arthur Francis, 4 ; Rev. 

Arthur Joseph, 3 ; Arthur Sherman, 5 ; Basil 

Preston, 6 ; Rev. Bernard Charles Spencer, 6 ; 

Bertha Katharine, 7 ; Bertie Edward Raymond, 4 ; 

Bertie John, 2; Cecily .Mila Frances, 2; Constance 

Alice, 5 ; Cyril Ravenhill, 5 ; Edward Heath, 3 ; 

Edward Newbey, 4; Emma Harriet, i ; Erica 

Mabel, 7 ; Ernest Fortescue, 4 ; Ethel Constance, 5 ; 

Ethel Mary, 7 ; Everilda Mary, 5 ; Frances Alice, 

I, 3; Frances Sybil, 7; Francis Douglas, 3; 

Francis Eustace, 6 ; Francis WMlliam, 3 ; Frank 

Percival, 2 ; George Eliot, 7; Gertrude Frances, 4; 

Gertrude May, 6 ; Gertrude Thornton, 4 ; Harold 

Eric Roscoc, 7 ; Helen Maud, 7 ; Henry Joseph, 2 ; 

John Chaldecott, 6; Colonel John Frederic, i, 2; 



John I«a\vrence, 2 ; John Lloyd, 5 ; Joseph, I ; 

Ijiwrence Victor, 2 ; Leonard William Dawson, 7; 

Lily .'Mice May, 3; Lionel Dccinuis Limgcroft, 7; 

Lucy Frances, 1 ; .Mar)', 6 ; Mary .'Vmelia, 2 ; 

Mary Annabella, 4 ; Mary Florence, 2 ; Mary 

Lily, 3 ; Maurice Septimus Gwyer, 5 ; Michael 

Allan, 3; Michaelangcla Kalherine, 3; Mila, 2; 

Octavia Malwl, 7 ; Raymond Rolfe, 5 ; Robert 

Hugh, 7; Sarah .-Vnn, 5; Thomas Preston, 6; 

Victor Heigham, 4; Violet Ethel, 5; William, 2. 
Ever)', .Sir Edward, Bt., 146; .Sophia Anne, 146. 
Exley, Arthur Reed, loS ; George, 108 j Margaret, 

108; Sarah, 108. 
Eyre, I.ady .-Vlice Mary, 53 ; Elizalieth Mariha, 53 ; 

Hon"'' Eva Lucy Mar)', 53 ; General Henry, 53 ; 

Colonel Henry Koberl, 53. 

F 

Fane, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, Lady Burghesh, 20 ; 

Ernest FitzRoy Neville, Lord Burghesh, 20 ; 

John, Earl of Westmoreland, 20, 69 ; Lady Susan, 

69. 
Farrer, James, 193 ; Mar)-, 193 ; Thomas Henry, 

190; Sir William James, 193. 
Faulkner, Muriel Hyde, 78; Percival Leo, 78. 
Fawcett, .\nn Nowell, 30; Anthony Molloy, 140; 

Laura Mary Sophia, 140; .Maria, 30; William, 30. 
Fellowes, Ada Caroline, 63 ; Alfred Butler, 62 ; 

Algernon Godfrey Butler, 63 ; .'Vnne Louisa, 61 ; 

Beatrice Maria Player, 62 ; Charlotte Lucy, 63 ; 

Constance Fanny, 64; Cuthbert Dorset, 64; 

Rev. Edmund Horace, 45 ; Edna Brigstocke, 

63 ; Dame Eliz.abeth, 59 ; Elizabeth Charlotte, 

62 ; Ellinor Joh.mna Player, 60 ; Emily Jane, 63 ; 

Eustatia Eliz.-»beth Margaret, 60; Frances Maria, 

61 ; George Player Butler, 61 ; Georgina Eustatia 
Player, 60; Helen F.liz.ibelh, 61 ; Rev. Henry, 59 ; 
Henry Butler, 62 ; Henry Thomas Alxly Butler, 

62 ; i lorace Decimus, 44 ; Isabella Fanny \'iola, 
62; Ivon Gordon, 64; Sir James, 59; James 
Butler, 59, 60, 62, 63 ; John Butler, 63 ; Lilian 
Louisa, 45 ; Loui.sa Emily, 45 ; Magdaleine, 61 ; 
Marg.-iret (Daisy), 64 ; Maria, 59; Marian Bridget, 
62; .Mary, 59; Mary .\nne, 61, 63; Mary Anne 
Emily, 61 ; NIaud .St. Leger, 63 ; (Jrlando Butler, 
62 ; Robert Butler, 60, 62 : Rosalind, 62 ; 
Rupert Caldwell, 64 ; Stanley Butler, 63 ; 
Theodore Butler, 63 ; Thomas Abdy, 63 ; Thomas 
Balfour, 64 ; Rear-Admiral Thomas Hounsom 
Butler, 59, 63, 64 ; W"illiam, 59 ; William Butler, 
61 : William Player Butler, 60. 

Fenwick, Eleanor Jane, 1S7 ; Eleanor Maud, 187 ; 
Rev. John Edward Addison, 187 ; Rev. John 
Thomas, 187 ; Kathcrine Somerset Wyttenbach, 
187; Lieut. -Colonel Martyn John Edward, 187; 
Phoebe Jane, 30; William, 30. 

Ferard, .Agnes Bourdon, 95 ; Arthur George, 94, 95 ; 
Beatrice, 95 ; Bingham Arthur, 94, 95 ; Catherine, 
94 ; Catherine Mary, 95 ; Cecil Leonard, 96 ; 
Charles Agace, 94, 95 ; Charles Cotton, 94, 95 ; 
Daniel, 94 ; Elizabeth, 94 ; Elizalieth .'Xnn, 95 ; 
Elizabeth Catherine, 95; Emily Jane, 94; Emily 
Rose, 94 ; Evelyn Frances, 94 ; George Deas, 
96 ; Henry Cecil, 96 ; Ida Margaret, 96 ; Jantt 
Ida, 96 ; John, 94 ; John Edward, 94, 96 ; 
Kathleen Mary, 96 ; Lavinia Louisa, 96 ; Lorna 
Adeline, 96; Mabel, 95; Margaret Helen, 95; 
Margaret Levoy, 96 ; Mary Catherine, 96 ; 
Reginald Herbert, 96 : Richard Lawrence, 96 ; 
Sarah Margaret, 95 ; Theodosia Elizabeth Helen, 

95- 
de la Feuillade, Giulietta Grisi, 89 ; James Thomas, 

89; Sarah Elizabeth, 89. 
Field, Augusta Annie, 91 ; Charles, 91 ; Frederick, 

91 ; Mary, 91. 
Fife, Alexander, Earl of, 166 ; Mary, Countess of, 

166. 



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Fisher, Edmund Montagu Prinsep, 173; Henry, 29; 

Herbert William, 173; Janie Magdalene, 173; 

Margaret Matilda Hoyle, 29 ; Mary Louisa, 173; 

Sarah Hoyle, 29. 
FitzGerald, Gwynedd Sybilla, 78; Walter Gason, 

78. 
Fitzmaurice, Lady Evelyn Emily Mary, 162 ; Henry 

Charles Keith Petty, Marquess of Lansdowne, 

162 ; Maud Evelyn, Marchioness of Lansdowne, 

162. 
Flanaghan, Bernard, 184; Mabel Gertrude, 184. 
Flash, Alexander, 122; Fannie, 122. 
Fletcher, Ada Caroline, 63 ; Uora, 38 ; Henr)', 63 ; 

Rev. John Price Alcock, 38; Marian, 38. 
Foljambe, Cecil George Savile, Baron Hawkesbury, 

159- 

Fonnereau, Rev. Charles William, 172 ; Harriot, 
172. 

Ford, Dame Eliza, 66; Sir Francis, Bt., 66; Mar}-, 
66. 

Forest, Arthur, 73; Louisa, 73. 

Forrest, Rev. Robert Wilham, 21. 

Fortescue, Rev. Edward Bowles Knottesford, 144 ; 
Edward Francis Knottesford, 144 ; Frances, 72 ; 
Frances Ann, 144; George Knottesford, 143; 
Mary Mildred, 148; W., 72; William Audrey, 
148 ; see also Knottesford. 

Fosbery, Rev. T. Vincent, 43. 

Foster, Caroline, 78 ; Gertrude, 78 ; Rev. Joseph, 
78 ; WilUam Fry, 78. 

Fountayne-Wilson, Catherine Judith, 124 ; Richard, 
124. 

Fowle, Rev. Henry, 2 ; Mary Amelia, 2 ; Mary 
Florence, 2. 

Fowler, Catherine, 25; Richard, 25. 

Frampton, Rev. Thomas Sliipdem, 99 ; Colonel 
William John, 99. 

Frankland, Augusta Louisa, 21. 

Frankland-Russell, Dame Louisa Anne, 21 ; Sir 
Robert, Bt., 21. 

Franklyn, Annie Sophia, 128 ; Emily Geraldine, 
128 ; Henry Arden, 128 ; Henry William, 
128. 

Eraser, Adelaide Jane, 189; John Farquhar, 189. 

Frederick, Charlotte, 63 ; Sir John, Bt., 163. 

French, Anne, 141 ; Robert, 141. 

Freshfield, ^\gnes Cecilia, 172 ; Alice .\nna, 173 ; 
Anna Maria, 170; Augusta Charlotte, 174; 
Blanche Lilian, 171 ; Charles Kaye, 168, 169, 
171; Christina Sophia, 172; Cicily Ruth, 170; 
Constance Emilie, 173 ; Douglas William, 171, 
174; Edwin, 168-171 ; Edwin Hanson, 170, 171 ; 
Eleanor Clarens, 173; Eliz,-i, 168, 169; Elizabeth, 
172 ; Elizabeth Catherine, 169 ; Elizabeth Sims, 
171; Emilie, 169; Euphemia Thekla, 172; Eva 
Mary, 172 ; Frances, 171 ; Frances James, 168 ; 
Frances Mary, 1 70 ; Frances Sophia, 173; Francis, 
171; Harriet Louisa Fonnereau, 172; Helen 
Marion, 170; Henrietta Valentia, 172; Henry 
Douglas, 174; Henry Ray, 168, 169, 171, 174; 
Herbert Stephenson, 171; James, 168; James 
William, 168, 169, 171 ; Jane Quintin, 174; Janie 
Magdalene, 173 ; Jessica LilUngston, 173 ; 
John Minet, 168, 172; Lieut. - Colonel John 
Sims, 172 ; Katharine Margaret, 174 ; Katherine, 
171 ; Laura, 170 ; Laura Manning, 173; Margaret 
Keble, 173; Marianne, 169; Mary, 168, 
171; Mary Anne, 168; Mary Lee, 170; 
Olivia Blanche, 174; Phebe Millicent, 173; 
William Dawes, 168, 169, 171 ; ZOe Charlotte, 
170. 

Friend, Amy Gertrude, 84 ; Edward Stanley, 84 ; 
Robert William, 84. 

Frith, Marischal Keith, 41. 

Frost, Elizabeth, 87 ; William Thomas, 87. 

Froude, .\gnes Everilda Mary, 120; Beatrice Mary, 
120; Richard Hurrell, 120; William, 120. 

Fuller, Mary Anne, 150. 



Gainsborough, Charles, Earl of, 58. 

Galloway, John, Earl of, 69. 

Gammon, Alfred, 63 ; Emily Jane, 63 ; Rosina, 

63- 
Gardiner, Clara, 15 ; William, 15. 
del Gardo, Don .Miguel, 179; Rafela, 179. 
Gamett, Louisa, 114; Robert, 114. 
Gamier, Brownlow North, 23 ; Lady Henrietta, 

23 ; Hon''''^ Henrietta Mary, 23 ; Rev. William, 

23- 

Garrard, Emily, 67 ; Stephen, 67. 

Genn, James, 31 ; Mary, 31. 

Gibbins, John, 87 ; Mary, 87 ; Sarah, 87. 

Gibson, Mary Jane, 172; Hon"'' William Charles, 

172. 
Gilbert, Ann, 114. 
Giles, Anne, 36 ; Charlotte, 36 ; Edward, 105 ; 

Ellen, 105; James, 36; Lieut. -Colonel William 

Oughton, 105. 
Gill, James, 30. 
Gillingham, Lucy Cordelia, 32 ; Stephen England, 

32- 
Gillmore, Adele, 77 ; Horatio, 77. 
Gladstone, John Ernest, 6. 
Glass, Anna, 83; Catherine, 183; Edward Binny, 

99, 183 ; Harriet, 99, 183. 
Godfrey, Elizabeth Lucy, 185; Rev. John Talbot, 

185 ; Rafella, 185 ; WiUiam, 185. 
Goldney, Frederick Hastings, 59. 
Goodall, Ann, 10 ; Margaret, 8 ; Mary Ann, 10 ; 

Robert Harley, 10. 
Goodwin, Catherine, 142; Ellen, 141, 142; Frances 

Wycliffe, 141 ; Rt. Rev. Harvey, Bishop of 

Carlisle, 141, 142. 
Gordon, Lord Adam, 12; Cosmo George, Duke of, 

12 ; Elizabeth, 12. 
Gosche, Henrietta Anne, 44 ; Otto, 44 ; Pastor, 

44. 
Gough, Barbara, 117, 141; Sir Henry, Bt., 117, 

141 ; Sir Henry, Baron Calthorpe, 117. 
Goundry, George Mason, 30. 
Graham, Sir Frederick Ulric, Bt., 136; John 94; 

fohn Finlayson, 15; .Mary, 94; Sibyl Marcia, 

136. 
Granger, Rev. Edmund, 42 ; Susanna, 42. 
Grant, Charles John Cecil, 135 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; 

Elizabeth Henrietta (Lisa), 21 ; I'atrick, 21 ; 

Lieut. -General Sir Robert, 135; Lady Sybil Myra 

Caroline, 135 ; Dame Victoria Alexandrina, 135. 
Green, Charles Henr}-, 4 ; Gertrude Thornton, 4 ; 

Mary Isabella Agnes, 4 ; Valentine, 69. 
Greene, Catherine, 113; Rt. Rev. Thomas, Bishop 

of Ely, 113. 
Grellier, Alice LaWnia, 11 ; .\lice Maud, 11 ; .^ngus 

William, 10; .'\nr:e, 9, 10; Annie Amelia, 9; 

Annie May, 10; Bernard, 11; Cecil, 11; 

Charlotte, 9 ; Edith Louisa, 1 1 ; Ernest Franz 

Waldemar, 9 ; Ernestine Augusta Doretta 

Friedricke Johanna Emma, 9 ; Eva Mary, 1 1 ; 

Florence Marianne, 1 1 ; Gabriel, 8 ; Gabrielle, 

1 1 ; George Robert, 1 1 ; Gordon Harley, 1 1 ; 

Harley Mair, 8, 11 ; Harriott Sophia, 1 1 ; Helen 

Grace, 10 ; Rev. Henry, 10 ; Henry Harley, 10 ; 

Janette, 10; John, 9 ; John James, 9 ; Margaret, 

8 ; Margaret .Mar}-, 8 ; Marie Anne, 8 ; Mary, 

8, 9 ; Mar}' Louisa, 8 ; Norman, 1 1 ; Peter 

James, 8; Peter Paul, 8; Richard, 8; Richard 

James, 8 ; William, 9, 10. 
Griepenkeri, Anna Augusta Elise, 91 ; Rev. E., 91. 
Griffith, Anne, 1 14 ; Rev. Arthur Hammond, 1 14 ; 

Rev. James, 114; James Frederick, H4, 116; 

John, 114; Juliana, 114; Louisa Margaret, 114; 

Mar}' Caroline, 1 14. 
Griffiths, Edward Lloyd, 29 ; Rev. George Pruen, 

29 ; Mary Anne, 29 ; Sarah Louisa (Sasie), 29. 
Grimston, Fanny, 123; John, 123. 



207 



Grosvcnor, Lady Dora Mina, 137; Dorothy Alice 
Margaret Augusta, 137 ; Lord Henry George, 

Gubbins, Charlotte, 74 ; Emma Rhoda, 74 ; John 
Panlon, 73, 74 ; General Joseph, 74 ; Mary 
Eyics, 74. 

Guerini, Cavaliere, 1 19 ; Edward, 1 19 ; Mary Kosa, 

119. 
Guilford, Francis, Earl of, 20, 23. 
Gwyer, Ann, 3 ; William Orchard, 3. 



II 



Hai{;h, Jane, 66. 

Hall, Ann, 31; Annie Gertrude, 108; Flora Lucy, 
177; Henry, 31 ; John, loS; Louisa Martha, 177; 
Mary Ann, 108; Thonuis 177; Rev. Thomas 
Rowland, 177; Walter, 108. 

Hamilton, Alicia Frances Forth, 52: Balfour Rowley, 
42; Bingham Walker, 42; Camilla Anne Elizabeth 
Selina, 42 ; Catharine, 45 ; Catharine I larriet, 
45 ; Charles Henry, 45 ; Daniel Vesey, 42 ; 
Edward \"esey, 42 ; Elizalieth, 41 ; Elizabeth 
Ann, 42 ; Ethel, 44 ; P" ranees, 42 ; Frances 
Agnes, 4^ ; Frances Thilippa Catharine, 44, 45 ; 
Frederic James, 44 ; Frederick Hervey, 44 ; 
kev. Gustavus, 52; Henrietta Anne, 44; 
Henrietta Mary, 45; Henry Warburton Fitz- 
gerald, 44 ; James, Duke of Abercorn, 162 ; 
James Murray, 43 ; Jane Malone, 44 ; John, 41 ; 
John Frederick Claud, 44 ; Rev. John Vesey, 43, 
45 ; Dame Julia Frances Delme, 43 ; Lilian 
Louisa, 45; Mary Macaulay, 41 ; Mary Thomson, 
41 ; Lady Maud Evelyn, 162: Reginald Claud, 44; 
Richard Malone, 42 ; Admiral Sir Richard Vesey, 
43 ; Rosalind Maria, 43 ; Rose I'hilippa, 43 ; 
Rose I'hilippa Upton, 44; Sarah, 41, 42; Sarah 
Lely Vescina, 41 ; Vescina, 43 ; \'escina Wienholt, 
42 ; Violet Julia Delme, 44 ; William, 41 ; Rev. 
William, 41 ; William Crosbie, 45 ; William James 
Vesey, 44 ; William John Rodney, 44 ; William 
John Warburton, 42. 

Hammond, Charluite Jemima, 114; Elizabeth, 113; 
Mary Elizabeth, 113: William, 113, 114. 

Hamp<ien, Henry Bouverie W'illiam, Viscount, 58 ; 
ilenry Robert, Viscount, 161 ; Susan Henrietta, 
Viscountess, i6i. 

Hanson, Charles Simpson, 64 ; Charlotte, 64 ; 
Constance Fanny, 64; James Frederick, 170; 
ZOe Charlotte, 170. 

Harben, Ellen, 105; Henry, 105; Mary, 105. 

Harbord, Edward, Baron Sufiield, 184 ; Georgiana, 
Lady Sufficld, 1S4 ; Hon'''= Georgiana Mary, 
184. 

Harding, Helena, 103 ; Henry, 103. 

Hardy, Adela Louisa Cassandra, 195; Herbert 
Carey, 195 ; Margaret Louisa, 195 ; Mary, 105 ; 
Richard, 105. 

Harewoo<l, Henry, Enrl of, 1 60, 162. 

Harman, Alice Sidney, 147 ; Richard Dacre, 147 ; 
Richard James Strachan, 147. 

Harris, Agnes, 127 ; Lady Alice Mary, 53 ; Alylmer, 
127; Admiral the Hon'''= Sir Edward Alfred John, 
53 ; James Edward, Earl of ^Lllmcsbury, 53 ; 
Walter Noel, 54. 

Harrison, Edward Newell, 41 ; Henry Newell, 41 ; 
Margaret Decima Craufurd, III; Sarah Lely 
Ve.scina, 41 ; Sophia Mary, 55; Susan, no, in ; 
Rev. Thomas, 55; Rev. William Gorsl, 1 10, in ; 
Winifred, 1 10. 

Hartington, Edward William Spencer, Marquess of, 
162. 

Hartley, Elizabeth, 46. 

Harvey, Admiral Sir Edward, 93 ; Elizabeth Edwards 
Lavington, 93 ; John Francis, 93 ; John William 
Francis, 93 ; Mary Jane, 93. 



Ha.ssard, John, 145. 

Hasted, Rev. Henry, 4 ; Mary Anne Elizabeth, 4. 
Hawke, John M., 67 ; Josephine Maria, 67. 
Ilawkesbury, Cecil George Savile, Haron, 159. 
Hay, Archibald Fitzroy George, Earl of Kinnoull, 

67 ; Florence Mary, Countess of Kinnoull, 67 ; 

George, Earl of Kinnoull, 67 ; Josephine Maria, 

Countess of Kinnoull, 67. 
Hayes, Blanche, 107 ; Edwin, 107 ; Ellen, 107. 
Hayman, Emily Mary, 85; Henry, 85; Rev. 

Henry, 85 ; Lydia, 87 ; Rev. William Edward, 

85. 
Heath, Ann, 3; Edward, 3; Henry George, 53; 

Joseph, 53; Juliana Maria Charlotte, 53; Mary 

Lily, 3; Rev. Robert, 53; Robert Kindersley, 53. 
Helier, llenrietta, 20; Richard, 20. 
Hcbcrt, Maria Anne, 8. 
Heigham, Rev. Arthur Linzee Chatterton, 4 ; Charles 

Pell, 4 ; George Thomas, 4 ; Mary Annabella, 4 ; 

Mary Anne Elizabeth, 4. 
Herbert, Lady Catherine, 74 ! George Augustus, 

Earl of Pembroke, 74. 
Heron-M.axwell, Jane Stuart, 166; Sir John Shaw, 

Bt., 166. 
Hickson, Helen Frances, 177; William, 177; Rev. 

William Henry, 177. 
Hildebrand, Lieut. -Colonel Godfrey, 95; Godfrey 

Lake, 95 ; Mabel, 95. 
Hill, Emily, 47; Joseph, 47; Lucy, 149; Phyllis 

Emily, 47 ; Thomas, 149. 
Hill-Lowe, .\da Mary, 151 ; Arthur Hill Omnianney 

Peter, 151 ; Arthur Noel Vernon, 151 ; Beatrice 

Geraldine, 151 ; Sybil Geraldine, 151 ; see also 

Lowe. 
Hillier, Emily, 191 ; Admiral .Sir James, 191. 
Hind, .Annette Frances, 46 ; Catherine, 47 ; Catherine 

Helen, 48; Charles, 46; Chailes Hartley, 47; 

Dorothy Margaret, 48 ; Elizabeth, 46 ; Emily 

Barbara F" ranees, 47; Emily Frances llenrietta, 

47 ; Frances, 47 ; Frances Laura, 47 ; 1 lenrietta, 
46; Henrietta Margaret, 46 ; Henry, 46 ; Henry 
Wheeler, 46 ; I lerhcrl Wheeler, 46, 47 ; James 
Richard, 48 ; John Hartley, 4648 ; John Herbert, 

48 ; Lucy Elizabeth, 48 ; Margaret, 46 ; Phyllis 
Emily, 47 ; Richard, 46 ; William, 46, 47 ; 
William Frederick, 4S ; Winifrede .Augusta, 48. 

Hoar, i;dward, 139. 

lloare, Eleanor Mary, 57 ; Henry James, 57 ; Henry 

Seymour, 57 ; Jane Seymour Traherne, 57. 
Hodge, Jane Eliza, 164 ; William Chapell, 164. 
Hodgson, Sir Arlluir, 24 ; Rev. Edward Franks, 

1S5 ; Dame Eliza, 24; Elizabeth Odeyne, 24; 

Rev. Francis Henry, 24. 
Holdcn, Rev. Charles, 54, 69, 70 ; Edward Anthony, 

70 ; Francis Shultleworlh, 70 ; Isabel Clara, 54, 

69 ; Rosamond Amelia, 69, 70 ; Susan Drummond, 

70 ; see also Shuttleworth. 
Hollins, Phcebe, 179; William, 179. 
Holmes, Ellen, 117: Thom;is Henry, 117. 

Holt, Clara, 106: Evelyn FrancTes, 94; Lieut. -Colonel 

John, 106; Mary, 106; Vesey Weston, 94. 
Hood, Cailierine, 41 ; John, 89; Mary Thomson, 

41 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 89; Silas, 41 ; Captain Silas 

Thomson, R.N., 41. 
Hope, Archibald, 41 ; Hon""'' Caroline Georgina, 

133 ; Elizjibeth, 41 ; George William, 133 ; Henry 

Walter, 133; Herbert James, 134; Liidy Mary 

Catherine Constance, 133. 
Hopkins, Louisa, 89; Martin, 89. 
Hornby, Augusta, 125; W. II., 125. 
Ilorrell, George Thomas, 103; Helena, 103; Mary, 

103. 
Horsfall, John, 108; Sarah, 108. 
Horsley, John, igi ; Sarah, 191. 
Hos>ey, John Masters, 77. 
Houllon, Florentia Louisa, no; Jolm, no. 
Houseman, Henrietta Frances, 195 ; Henry, 195 ; 

John, 195 ; Rev. John, 195 ; Mary, 195. 



208 



Howard, Alfred John, 159; Lady Blanche Georgiana, 
1 58 ; Lady Caroline Georgiana, 162; Lady Fanny, 
159; Hon''''-' Frederick, 159; Frederick, Earl of 
Carlisle, 159; Frederick John, 159; George, Karl 
of Carlisle, 15S, 162; Georgiana Dorothy, Countess 
of Carlisle, 158. 

Howell, Charlotte Maria Jane, 73; Ilted, 73. 

Hulme, Alice, 93 ; Jane, 93 ; Rev. Samuel Joseph, 93. 

Hume, Ada Mary, 151 ; Colonel Sir GustaNTis, 151. 

Hurt, Elizabeth, 69 ; P'rancis, 69 ; James, 69. 

Huson, Isabella Anne, 95 ; Nathaniel, 95. 

Hutchinson, Rev. Benjamin, no, 112; Caroline 
Jemima, 25 ; Emily Gertrude, 25 ; Ernest Rhodes, 
112; Flora Houlton, no; George Rowan, 196; 
Surgeon-General James Alexander Caldwell, 25 ; 
John Ross, 25 ; Julia Margarelt, 25 ; Katherine 
Emily, 112; Mary Anne, no, 112; Mary Anne 
Ellen (Nina), 196. 

Hutton, Deborah Mar>', 176; Rev. Francis Pierpoint 
Burton Norman, 176. 

Hyde, Thomas Garmston, 65. 

Hynam, Gertrude Anne, 116; William, 116. 



Ibbetson, Henry, 186; Isabella Grace, 186. 

lUingworth, Henry Stanhope, 6; Lucy Marianne, 6. 

Impey, Colonel Eugi;ne, 96 ; Isabella Catherine, 96 ; 
Mary Catherine, 96. 

Inge, Catharine Barbara, 143 ; Rev. Charles, 143 ; 
Lady Elizabeth Euphemia, 69 ; Rev. Francis 
George, 143 ; Mary, 142 ; Mary Anne, 143 ; Mary 
Catharine, 142; Susan, 69; Rev. William, 142, 143; 
William Phillips, 69; Rev. William Ralph, 142. 

IngUs, Harriet, 86; Peter, 86. 

Ingram, Christopher, 5 ; IVIary, 5. 

Irby, Hon'''" Augusta Georgiana Elizabeth, 20 ; 
William, Baron Boston, 20. 



J 

Jackson, Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Charles, 189 ; 

Charles, 28 ; Charlotte Constance, 133 ; Edward 

Alan, 28 ; George, 189 ; Rev. Gerald Henry, 

189; Rev. James, 28; John, 173; Louisa Jane, 

189 ; Margaret Caroline, 28 ; Mary Eleanor, 189 ; 

Mary Louisa, 173; Mary Vivian, 28; General 

Sir Richard Downs, 133. 
Jacob, Major-General Sir George Le Grand, 28 ; 

John, 28; Mary Anne, 28; Ven''" Phihp, 28. 
James, Annie Hodge, 96; Elizabeth, 59, 118; 

John, 59; Rev. John, 118; Joseph, 59; Maria, 

59; Stephen Har\ey, 96; T., 118. 
Jebb, Emily Sarah, 190 ; George Samuel William, 

190; Major-General Sir Joshua, 190; Mary, 190. 
Jenkinson, Charles, Earl of Liverpool, 179, 188; 

Fanny, 179, 1S8 ; Frances Augusta, 182; 

Frances Sarah, 182, 1S5 ; Francis John Henry, 

184 ; Rt. Rev. John Banks, 182, 185 ; Colonel 

John Henry, 179, 188. 
Jenyns, Rev. Charles Fitzgerald Gambler, 173; 

Phebe Millicent, 173; Rose Emily Lytton, 173; 

Winfred Bulwer, 173. 
Jesper, Caroline, 147; Thomas, 147. 
Johnson, Anne, 113; Bernard Marr, 171 ; Blanche 

Lilian, 171 ; Dorothy Jacqueline, 105 ; Elizabeth 

Ann, 42; Florence, 67; Katherine, 171; Mar)', 42, 

105 ; Mary Theresa, 76; Thomas Marr, 171; 

Valentine Goode, 105; William, 67; Rev. William, 

42; William Goode, 103: Rev. William Moore, 42. 
Johnston, Herbert William, 38 ; Sophie Sinclair 

Anstice, 38. 
Johnstone, Anne Alderson, 13 ; Annie Grace, 13 ; 

Charlotte Henrietta, 13 ; Harriet Mary Saunders, 

13 ; Captain Henry Boyes, R.N., 13 ; John Hope, 

13- 



Jones, Anna Maria, 66 ; Edith Alicia, 181 ; Emma, 
124; Harvey Bowen, 94; Henry, 66; Hugh, 
124; Jane Ilarriel, 14; Joseph, 14; Lavinia, 82; 
Mary, 14 ; Mary Eleanor, 28 ; Richard Meredith, 
47; Robert OHver, :8i ; Rosa Elizabeth, 117; 
Thomas, 117; Watkin Llewellyn, 28. 

Jowitt, Louisa Margaret, 64 ; Margaret (Daisy), 64 ; 
Kev. William, 64. 



K 



Ivarslake, Anne, 82 ; Emily, 67 ; John Burgess, 82 ; 

John Burgess Preston, 67 ; Mary Leonora Amy, 

67 ; Preston, 67. 
Keighley, Elizabeth, 31 ; Josephine, 31 ; William, 31. 
Kekewich, Agatha Maria Sophia,, 169 ; Sir Arthur, 

168, 169 ; Charles Granville, 169 ; Loui-sa, 70 ; 

Dame Marianne, 169; Samuel Trehawke, 70, 169. 
Kennaway, Anna, 83, 86; Thomas, 83, 86. 
Kennedy, Agnes, 127 ; Rev. Evory Hamilton, 127 ; 

Lieut. -Colonel Richard George, 127; Violet, 127. 
Kenny, Mary Cecilia Violet, 137 ; Thomas Edward, 

137- 
Kenton, Judith, 33. 
Kenyon, Hon'''" Edward Frederick, 23, 24 ; Emma 

Dorothea, 22 ; George, 22 ; Georgina, Lady, 

24; Lloyd, Baron, 24. 
Kindersley, Mary Anne, 56; Mary Elizabeth, 56, 71 ; 

Sir Richard Torin, 36, 71. 
King, Amelia, III; Ellen, 141, 142; George, 135, 

141, 142; Jane, 135; Jane Finlayson, 15; 

Margarita Maxwell, 15; Peter, 15; Rev. Richard, 

III; Sarah Ann, 73. 
Kingsford, John, 91 ; Mary, 91. 
Kinloch, Sir David, Bt., 73; Harriet, 73. 
KinnouU, Archibald Fitzroy George, Earl of, 67 ; 

Florence Mary, Countess of, 67 ; George, Earl of, 

67 ; Josephine Maria, Countess of, 67. 
Knapp, Anna Maria, 22 ; Rev. Henry, 22. 
KnatchbuU, Rt. Hon''''= Sir Edward, Bt., 140 ; Mary 

Dorothea, 140. 
Knight, Adela, 194 ; Adela Louisa Cassandra, 195 ; 

Rev. Charles Edward, 140; Edward, 140, 194, 195; 

Elizabeth Adela, 194; Louisa Oclavia Charlotte, 

140; Mary Dorothea, 140; William Brodnax, 140. 
Knottesford, Rev. Francis Fortescue, 144 ; Maria, 

144 ; see also Fortescue. 
Knox, Andrew, 47 ; Rev. Andrew, 47 ; Catherine, 

47; Francis Blake, 192; Katharine Georgina, 192; 

Mildred, 192. 



Ladds, Annie Amelia, 9 ; Ellen Sarah, 9 ; John, 9 ; 

Rev. John Sam, 9. 
Lamb, Rev. James Henry, no. 
Lambert, Agnes Laura, 190 ; Thomas, 190. 
Lane, John, 143; Mary Jane, 143. 
Langiford, Caroline, 126; Caroline Charlotte Jane, 

126; Captain Netherton, R.N., 126. 
Langham, John, 33 ; Judith, 33 ; William, 33. 
Langham-Carter, Frances Maud, 35 ; Reginald 

Robert, 35 ; William, 35 ; see also Carter. 
Langston, Agatha Maria Sophia, 169; John, 169. 
Lansdowne, Henry Charles Keith Petty, Marquess 

of, 162; Maud Evelyn, Marchioness of, 162. 
de Lareste, Marie Louise Antoinette Lenferna, 86. 
Larkin, Agnes Catlierine, 106 ; Eveleen Marie Birdie, 

106; Thomas J., 106. 
Lascelles, Lady Caroline Georgiana, 162 ; Hon**'' 

Emma Elizabeth, 162 ; Henry, Earl of Harewood, 

160, 162 ; Lady Louisa, 160 ; William Saunders 

Sebright, 162. 
Lawrence, Lieut. -General Sir George, 96; Isabella 

Catherine, 96; Paul Ogden, 169. 
Lawrie, Annie .\d.-iir, 91 ; Rev. James, 91. 



209 



Leach, ElizatKth, 109; Timothy, 109. 

Lear, Kc-v. Edward llenison, 189. 

Lechmere, Sir Anthony, Bt., 65: Rev. Anthony 
Berwick, 65; Sir Edmund Anthony Harley, Bt., 
65 ; Emily Mary, 65 ; Dame Mary, 65. 

Lcconfield, Constance Evelyn, Lady, 134; Henr)', 
Baron, 134. 

Lee. Arthur Morier, 145 ; Catherine Anna, 145 ; 
Edward Arthur, 126; Edward Cornwall, 126; 
George Philip, 145 ; Harry Wilmot, 42 ; Jessey, 
69; John Lee, 69; Katharine Sybil, 126; Lucy 
Florence, 126; Mary Anne, 145; Philip Douglas, 
145 ; ste also Vaughan-Lee. 

Leeds, Eleonor Charlotte Berkeley, III; Sir Joseph 
Edward, Bt., Ill; Dame Marian, in. 

Lees, Ellen, 105; Harold, 105; Jeremiah, 105. 

Legard, Digby, 118, 122; Frances, 118; Jane, 118, 
122. 

IwCgge, Maria Bourget, 79- 

Leh.ine, Daniel, 1S3; Katharine Mary Josephine, 183. 

Leicester, Thoni;u> William, Earl of, 132, 134. 

Leigh, Adelaide, 87, 88 ; Adelaide xMary, 87 ; 
Alice Eileen Anna, 87 ; Amy Gertrude, 84 ; 
Ann, 80-82, 88 ; Anna, 83, 86 : Anna Rose, 88 ; 
Anne Gertrude, 84; Anne Whitmash, 81, 85; 
Annie Charlotte, 81; Arthur William, 80, 88; 
Augusta Maria, 88; Barbara, 85; Charlotte, 81, 
85 ; Charlotte .Mice, 83 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 80-82 ; 
Charlotte Elizabeth L^vinia, 82 ; Charlotte Emnic- 
line, 85; Dora, 85 ; Dorothy Frances, 83 ; Edith 
Haynes, 86 ; Edith Rose, 86 ; Colonel Egerton, 74 ; 
Eleanor Sophia Egerton, 74 ; Elizabeth, 82, 87 ; 
Emily Mary, 85 ; Emily Symes, 82 ; Ernest, 
85 ; Ethel, 85 ; Eva Mary, 86 ; Evelyn 
Mary, 84; Fanny, 80, 81; Fanny Caroline, 86, 
87; Francis, 81, 82; Francis Geoffrey, 82; 
Francis Wilson, 80 ; Frank, 83 ; Colonel Frank, 
83 ; Frederick, 80, 83, 86, 87 ; Frederick Arthur, 
87 ; Frederick Oliver, 82 ; Frederick Robert, 87 ; 
Geoffrey, 84; Henrietta, 85; Henry, 80, 84, 
85 ; Henry James, 81, 85 ; Henry John, 88 ; 
James .\ubrey, 84 ; James Oliver, 81 ; 
Jane Alice, 83 ; Rev. John, 84 ; Joseph Ward, 84 ; 
Joseph Warden, 82 ; Katharine St. Barbe, 84 : 
Launcelot, 82 ; Lavinia, 82 ; Lilian Florence, 83 ; 
Lydia Rachel, 74 ; Mabel, 83 ; Margaret, 80, 82, 
83 ; Margaret Staines, 82 ; Maria Bourget, 79 ; 
Marion Gisia, 85 ; Mary, 79-82, 86 ; Mary Eliza- 
beth, 88 ; .Maud Elizabeth, 87 ; Rev. Neville 
Egerton, 74 ; Percy, 85 ; Peter Warden, 82 ; 
Rebecca, 79 ; Robert, 79-82, 84, 88 ; Robert 
Henry, 82 ; Robert Kennaway, 86, 8S ; 
Major-General Robert Thomas, 86 ; Sarah, 87 ; 
Susan, 85; Walter, 85; Rev. Walter, 85; William, 
79-81. 

Lemaire, Ethel Constance, 5; Jean H., 5. 

Leonard, Mari.anne, II. 

Letablere, V'ery Rev. Daniel, 43 ; Esther Charlotte, 

43- 
Lettis, Elizabeth, 104; Thomas, 104. 
Ley, Rev. Clement, 191; Emily, 191; Captain James 

Clement, R.N., 191 ; Judith Letitia, 191. 
Lillingston, Abraham Spooner, 141 ; Charles, 172 ; 

Rev. Edward, 172 ; Harriet Louisa Foniiereau, 

172; Harriot, 172. 
Liniond, Beatri.x Campbell, 78 ; Major-General 

David, 78 ; Margaret, 78 ; Mary Adeline, 78 ; 

Rous Milner, 78. 
Lindemann, Carl, 85 ; Charlotte Emmeline, 85 ; 

Wilhelmina, 85. 
Lismore, Cornelius, Baron, 158; Frances, Lady, 158. 
Litchfield, Harriet Sarah Dibdin, 106; John, 106. 
Littlejohn, James, 104 ; Margaret, 104 ; Margaret 

Dora, 104. 
Littleton, Eleanor, 164; John, 164; Nicholas, 164; 

Thomazine, 164. 
Litton, Edward, 43; Esther Charlotte, 43; John, 

43 ; Vescina, 43. 



Liverpool, Charles, Earl of, 179, 188. 

Locke, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, 20; William, 20. 

Lockwood, Elizaliclh, 31 ; Joshua, 31. 

I-ockyer, Eliza Mary, 59; Thomas, 59. 

Long, Caroline Elizabeth, 122; C. Beckford, 122. 

Lorainc, Rev. Nevison, 67. 

Lovcl)and, Rev. Anthony William, 3 ; Frances Alice, 
3 ; Rev. Matthew Thomas, 3 ; Phillis Jane, 3. 

Lovell, Edith Haynes, 86; Harriet, 86; Robert 
Haynes, 86. 

Lowe, Anna, 152; Anna Louisa, 1 50; Admiral 
Arthur, iji, 154; Arthur Charles, 149; Charles 
Edward Francis, 153; Eleanor Catherine, 153; 
Eleanor Lucy, 152; Elizabeth Henrietta, 151; 
Ellen Lucy, 149; Emily Elizabeth (.Milly), 150; 
Emma, 153; Emma Florence Hiistings, 152; 
Florence, 151, 154; Frances Mary Ann, 150; 
Francis Joel, 153; Rev. George, 149, 150, 152; 
George Edward, 150; Rev. George Francis Edward, 
150; George Henry Herbert Noel, 153; Georgina 
Emily .Madelina, 150; Harriet, 153; Harriet 
Lucy, 150; Harry Noel, 150; Helen, 149; 
Henrietta lender, 154; Herbert, 152; Herbert 
Edward, 153 ; Janet, 152 ; Katharina, 151 ; 
K.itharina Jane Caroline, 152; Louisa, 150; 
I^iuisa Julia, 151 ; Lucy, 149; Mary Elsie, 149, 
150; Kev. Noel, 152; Noel Arthur, 153; Lieut.- 
Colonel Noel Herbert Strode, 154; Rachel Annie, 
153; Thomas, 149; Very Rev. Thomas, 149; 
Thomas .-Arthur Hill, 149, 150; Rev. Thomas Hill, 
149-153; Very Rev. Thimias Hill Peregrine Furye, 
149, 151; Thomas Humphrey, 149; see also 
Hill-Lowe. 

Luard, Helen Graham, 122; William Wright, 122. 

Lucas, Susanna, 148. 

I.yltelton, George William, Baron, 161 ; Hon'''* 
Lucy Caroline, 161. 



M 



M.acadani, Honoria Mary, 138; Colonel William, 138. 
Mc.VUum, Duncan Livingstone, 30 ; Lucy, 30 ; 

Pha-be Jane, 30. 
McConnell, John, 52. 
Macdonald, James, 46, 47. 
M.icfarlane, -Helen, 136; Thomas, 136. 
Macirone, George .'\ugustus, 144. 
MacKay, Barbara, 10; Hugh, 10. 
Mackay, Andrew, 167 ; Iknjamina, 76; Charles, 76; 

Isabel, 167 ; Johanna, 167. 
Mackeson, Annie Adair, 91 ; Carlota Genoveva, 91 ; 

George Lawie, 89, 91 ; Henry Bean, 91. 
Mackie, Emily Adelaide, 149 ; Major-General 

George, 149. 
McLaren, Jane Elizabeth Amelia, 38 ; John, 38. 
Maclean, Caroline Elizabeth, 122 ; Charles Hope, 

122 ; Elizal)eth Hope, 122. 
MacLeod, Alexander Ch.-irles, 36 ; .'Mice Olivia, 68 ; 

Ellen Augusta, 68 ; Mary Catherine (Birdie), 36 ; 

Robert Bruce /Etneas, 68 ; Roderick Willoughby, 

68 ; Sophia Maria Purvcs, 36. 
McLeod, James William, 164; Mary Frances Louisa, 

164. 
McM.ihon, Dame Emily Anne, 55 ; Frederica, 55, 

72 ; Lieut. -General Sir Thomas, Bt., 55, 72. 
McMicking, Gilbert, 136 ; Helen, 136; Helen Mary, 

136. 
McMuUin, Fanny Caroline, 86 ; Marie Louise 

Antoinette Lenferna, 86 ; Robert, 86. 
Macnamara, Frederick Hayes, 179; Henry, 179; 

Louisa Cranstoun, 179. 
Maconchy, George, 126; Lucy Florence, 126. 
Macpher.son, Constance Margaret, 138 ; James, 138 ; 

Lieut. -Colonel Robert N.iysmith, 138. 
Maddocks, Jane, 48 ; Thomas, 48. 
Mainwaring, Admiral Rowland, 71 ; Sophia Henrietta, 

71- 



Malmesbur>', James Edward, Earl of, 53. 

Malone, Bridget, 43 ; Frances Agnes, 43 ; Richard, 43. 

Manchester, Louise Fredericke Auguste, Duchess of, 

159 ; William Drogo, Duke of, 159. 
Manning, Cardinal, 120. 
Mansfield, Charles, 9, 1 1 ; Elizabeth, 1 1 ; Frederick, 

9 ; Harriott Sophia, 1 1 ; James, 1 1 ; Thomas 

Hyatt, II. 
Manson, Mere, 147. 
Marsh, Lieut. -Colonel Hippisley, 73; Hippisley 

Cunliffe, 73 ; Louisa Hariot, 73. 
Marsland, Edward, 66; Helen Frances, 66; Jane, 66. 
Martin, Adam, 108 ; Adelaide Maria, 108 ; David, 

139 ; Julia Amherst Mary, 139. 
Mason, Jane, 30. 

Matthey, Mary Ann, 10 ; Simon, 10. 
Maude, Thomas William, 42. 

May, Alison Shepherd, 14 ; Helen, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 
Meek, Isabella Sarah, 194; John, 194. 
Mein, James, 167; Jane Scott, 167; Margaret Pott, 

167. 
Melville, Robert, Viscount, 179. 
Mercer, George, 98. 
Mercer-Henderson, Alice Jane, 134; Lieut. -General 

Douglas, 134; George William, 134; Susan 

Arabella, 134. 
Merewether, Eliza Mary, 59 ; Eveline Maria, 59 ; 

Henry Alworth, 59, 62, 63 ; Maria, 59 ; Rev. 

Wyndham Arthur Scinde, 61, 63. 
Merie, Dr. , 90 ; Isabella, 90. 
Micklem, Major-General Edward, 126 ; Eleanor 

Catherine, 126; Eva, 126. 
Midleton, George, Viscount, 20. 
Millais, Adelaide Jane, 189 ; John William, 189 ; 

Judith Agnes, 189; Mary, 189; William Henry, 189. 
Miller, Constance, iii ; Elizabeth, 95 ; Sarah 

.Margaret, 95; William, 95. 
Moline, Isabella, 39; Sparks, 39. 
Monk, Charles James, 123; Florence, 123; Julia, 123. 
Montagu, Hon'''' Caroline Georgina, 133; Henry 

James, Lord Montague, 133; Louise Fredericke 

Auguste, Duchess of Manchester, 159; William 

Drogo, Duke of Manchester, 1 59. 
Moody, Emily Mary, 121; .Margaret, 118; Robert 

Sadleir, 118, 121. 
Moore, Aubrey Gordon de Appleby, 72 ; Bridget, 43 ; 

Charles Frederick Rickstead, 7 1 ; Charles Louis 

George, 70 ; Rev. Charles Thomas, 54, 58, 72 ; 

Clara Elizabeth, 69 ; Elizabeth, 69 ; Elsie Louise, 

70 ; Esme John, 72 ; George, 54, 69 ; George 

Augustus William, 72 ; George John, 69, 70 ; 

Gerald Henry, 70 ; Isabel Clara, 54, 69 ; Katharine, 

72 ; Lancelot Geoffry, 70 ; Louisa, 70 ; Mabel 

Charlotte, 54, 58, 72 ; Matthias, 43 ; Rosamond, 

72 ; Susan, 69, 71 ; Susan Drummond, 70 ; Sylvia 

Mary, 71 ; Vera Irene, 72. 
Moore-Stevens, Anne Eleanor, 152; Yen'''' John, 

152; John Curzon, 152; Louisa Julia, 152. 
Morgan, DaWd, 152; Mary, 152. 
Morris Da\id Gigner Campbell, 1 70; Mary, 170. 
Morson, Florence, 107 ; Heloise, 107 ; Thomas, 107 ; 

Thomas Pierre, 107. 
Mosley, Octavia, 146; Sir Oswald, Bt., 146; Sophia 

Anne, 146. 
Mott, Frances, I ; Thomas, I. 
Mowat, Gertrude Evelyn, 35 ; Rev. James, 35. 
Mundy, Maria Georgiana, 22 ; Sir Robert Miller, 22. 
Munro, Major-General Andrew Aldcom, 76 ; Janet 

Victoria, 76; Ranald Martin Cunliffe, 76. 
Murray, Alexander, Earl of Dunmore, 74 ; Lady 

Ale.xandrina Victoria, 74 ; Catherine, Countess of 
Dunmore, 74; Charles Archibald, 134; Rev. Canon 
Frederick William, 112; Rt. Rev. Lord George, 
Bishop of St. Davids, 21 ; Vice-Admiral James 
Arthur, 43 ; Julia, 43 ; Julia Frances Delme, 43 ; 
Louisa Anne, 21; Rev. Maurice, 112. 
Musgrave, Ven'''<= Charles Baxter, 171 ; Charles 
Thomas, 171; Frances, 171; Rev. Vernon, 171. 



N 



Neal, Thomas Henry, 92. 

Nethercote, Charlotte Frances, 1 14 ; Charlotte 
Jemima, 114; Henry Osmund, 114; John, 114; 
Louisa, 114. 

Neustetter, Frances Mary Ann, 150 ; Rev. Frederick 
von Stiirmer, 150. 

Newman, Annie Cecilia Mabel, 176; Caroline 
Dudley, 175 ; Rev. Charles Ernest, 176 ; Charles 
Frederick, 175 ; Charlotte, 175 ; Charlotte Mar)-, 
178; Deborah Mary, 176; Dora Mildred, 176; 
Dudley, 175, 178; Dudley Dalison, 175; Emily 
Gracilla, 175; Emily Jane, 176; Lieut. -Colonel 
Ernest Peake, 178; Evelyn Susanna, 176; 
Flora Lucy, 177 ; Frances Beatrice, 176 ; 
Frances Edith, 175 ; Frances Josephine, 177 ; 
Frances Mary, 176 ; Frances Sarah, 175 ; 
Rev. Francis Browne, 175, 176; Geoffrey Gunneil, 
176; George Gunneil, 177; George Herbert, 176; 
Helen Frances, 177 ; John, 175 ; John Burton, 
176; Katherine, 175; Kathleen Clara, 178; Mary 
Emily, 176; Mary Sophia, 175, 176; Maud 
Emilie, 175; Richard Vernon, 178; Robert Finch, 
175; Robert Rutland, 175; Ruth, 176; Rutland 
John, 178; Sophia Elizabeth, 176. 

Newsom, Hannah Maria, 144 ; John George, 144. 

Newton, Anna Rosamond, 56 ; Charles Edmund, 
56 ; Francis Curzon, 56 ; .Mary Beatrice, 56. 

Nicholson, Edith Mar}-, 194; Isabella Sarah, 194; 
William, 194. 

Nisbelt, John Alexander, 179; Louisa Cranstoun, 

179- 
Noake, Alfred, 77. 
Noble, Grace, 166. 
Noel, Charles, Earl of Gainsborough, 58 ; Christopher 

Henry, 114; Edith Mary, 58; Gerard Thomas, 58; 

Honi"'' Henry Lewis, 58 ; Rev. Montague Henry, 

58; Sophia Mar)', 114. 
Nolan, Rev. John, 41 ; Sarah, 41. 
Norris, Anne Elizabeth, 176; Charles, 9; Elizabeth, 

9; James, 176; Rev. James, 61 ; Mary, 9; Mary 

Anne, 61 ; Stephen Clark, 9 ; Stephen Percev.il, 

8, 9; Rev. William, 61 ; Rev. William Burrell, 61 ; 

William Phillips, 9. 
North, Rt. Rev. the Hon''''= Bro widow. Bishop of 

Winchester, 20, 23 ; Lady Elizabeth, 20 ; Francis, 

Earl of Guilford, 20, 23 ; Lady Henrietta, 23 ; 

Hon"' Henrietta Maria, 20. 
Northampton, Charles, Earl of, 158. 
Norton, Alfred, 34 ; John, 34 ; Sarah Ann, 34. 
Norwich, Rt. Rev. John Sheepshanks, Bishop of, 

126. 
Nott, Captain Edward Bunbury, R.N., 98; Captain 

Edward Thomas, R.N., 98; George Frederick 

Hill, 98 ; Mary Harriet, 98. 



O 



O'Brien, Anna Maria Sydney, 141 ; Dame Anne 141 ; 

Rt. Hon"" Sir Edward Lucius, Bt., 141. 
O'Callaghan, Cornelius, Baron Lismore, 158 ; 

Frances, Lady Lismore, 158 ; Hon'''" Louisa, 

158. 
Oldershaw, Rev. John, 143 ; Mary Anne, 143. 
Oldreive, John Browse, 92. 
Oliver, Francis Wilson, 80 ; James Rixon, 1 16 ; 

Susannah Maria, 1 16 ; Thomas, 80. 
Ommanney, Admiral Sir John Acworth, 150; 

Katharina, 150: Octa\-ius, 41. 
Orr, Elizabeth, 169, 172; James, 169, 172. 
Owen, Adolphine Bertha, 194; Angela Frances, 117; 

Rev. Henr)- John, 117; Herbert, 194; Rev. John, 

117; Mary Frances, 117. 
Oxford, Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of, 

117. 



Packe, Edmund, 45 ; Louisa Emily, 45. 

Page, Catherine, 80; Mcnry James Selfe (afterwards 

Selfe), 142 ; Rev. James, 142 ; John, 80 ; John 

Theodore, So ; Mary, 80. 
Paine, Cornelius, 176; Sophia Elizabeth, 176. 
Palmer, Mary Blake, 164; William, 164. 
Palmer- Morewood, Charles Rowland, 54 ; Clara, 54 ; 

Ernest Augustus, 54 ; Hon'"'"' Georgiana, 54 ; 

William, 54. 
Pantin, Emilie Johanna, 90 ; Herbert, 90 ; William, 

90. 

Annis Rachel, 61 ; Rev. David, 61. 
Ellen, 149; Ellen Lucy, 149; George, 



Panlon, 
Pardoe 
149. 
Parker, 



Hannah Maria, 144 ; Hugh, 28 ; Margaret 

Caroline, 28 ; Margaret Skoltowe, 144 ; Richard 

Neville, 144. 
Parnell, Rev. Frank, 171. 
Parry, Jemima, 27 ; William Ensor, 27. 
Partington, Edward, 21. 
Patleson, Rev. Henry, 146; Lucy, 146. 
Paltison, Emily Munlgonicry, 35 ; Rev. George 

James, 35; James Kalfour, 35; Mary, 35. 
Paton, Colonel John, 73; Su.san Emily, 73. 
Peake, Robert W'illiam, 175. 
Pearse, Rev. John Gilberd, 153. 
Pearson, Adelaide Catherine, 34 ; Anne, 34 ; Rev. 

Henry, 34; Thomas, 34; Rev. William Carter, 

34- 
Pcchell, Augustus, 182; Frances Augusta, 182. 
Peek, Eliza Letitia, 165; Philip, 165. 
Pembroke, George Augustus, Earl of, 74. 
Penny, Alice, 93 ; Ann Pimlow, 93 ; Edward, 

92; Rev. Edward, 92; Rev. Edward William, 92; 

Elizabeth Edwards Lavington, 93 ; Emma, 92 ; 

Esther, 92 ; Rev. Eraser liislup, 92, 93 ; Mary, 

92 ; Peter, 92 ; Rebecca, 92 ; Thomas, 92, 93 ; 

Thomas Carisbrooke, 92 ; Thomas Edward Eraser, 

93- 
Peter, Henrietta, 46 ; James, 46. 
Phillipps, Katherinc Somerset Wyttenbach, 187 ; 

Sir Thomas, Bt., 187. 
Phillips, Edward William, 83 ; Emily Katherine 

March, III; Henrietta Elizabeth, 83; James 

Edward, 83; Juanlta Maxwell, 16; Mabel, 83; 

Thomas, 16; Tliomxs Henry, 16. 
Philpot, Agnes, 36 ; John Townshend, 36 ; Mary 

Frances, 36. 
Pimlow, Mary, 92. 

Player, Elizabeth Lydia, 60 ; George, 60. 
Ponsonby, Frances, 158; John, 158; Walter William, 

Earl of Bessborough, 23. 
Ponsonby-Fane, Hon'''" Louisa Anne Rose, 23 ; 

Margaret Maria, 23 ; Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon, 

23- 
Portal, Adela, 194; John, 194. 
Porter, Annie Roma, 1 10 ; Eleanor, 164 ; Eliza 

Letitia, 165 ; Ellen Loveday, 165 ; Emma, 165 ; 

Rev. Eri.sey John, 165 ; Godfrey Erisey Aleck 

Russell, 164; Isabella, 106; James, no; Jane 

Eliza, 164 ; John Scott, 106 ; Mary, 164 ; Mary 

Blake, 164 ; Mary Frances Louisa, 164 ; Mary 

Philips, 165; Philip, 164; Philip Erisey Blackburn, 

164, 165; Richard, 164, 165; Roderick, 165; 

Samuel James, no; Colonel Thomas Cole, 164; 

William Erisey BuUer, 164 ; William Spicer, 

165. 
Potter, Thomas Ashcroft, 14. 
Powell, Edward Pardoe, 150; Elizabeth, :i; Rev. 

George Bather, 149, 150, 195; Thomas, 11. 
Powlctt, Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, Duche-ss of 

Cleveland, 132; Harry George, Duke of Cleveland, 

132; see also V'anc. 
Prescott, Charlotte, 1 15; Sir George Beeston, Bt., 

115; Rev. George Frederick, 191; Mary, 191; 

Sarah, 191. 



Preston, Adelaide, 108 ; Agnes Daphne, 106 ; Alan 
Westbury, 108; Alfred, 106; Lieut. -Colonel 
Alfred Charles, 106 ; Alice, 5, 104 ; .\melia, 106 ; 
Amie, 105; Amy \'iolet, 104, loS; Ann, 103, 106; 
Annie Gertrude, 108 ; .'Vrlhur, 107 ; Barbara, 
108 ; Blanche, 107 ; Caroline, 5 ; Clara, 106 ; 
Classon O'DriscoU, 106; Constance Violet, 107; 
Doris Eileen, loS ; Dorothy Jacqueline, 105 ; 
Edith, 105 ; Elizabeth, 103 ; Ellen, 105 ; Ellen 
Sarah, 9 ; Ernest Stanton, 107 ; Esmee Theodora, 
106 ; Eva Mary, 103 ; Eveleen Marie Birdie, 
106; Evelyn, loS ; Florence, 107; Frank, 104, 

107 ; Gladys Kathleen, 105 ; Harriet lirenda, 
107; Harriet Litchfield, I06 ; Harry Westbury, 
106, 108; Henry John, 103 ; Herbert Classon, 
103 ; Jane, 104 ; Jessie, 105 ; Joan Litchfield, 

108 ; John, 103; John Scott, 107; Joseph Cla-sson, 
103, 104 ; Joseph Thomas, I03, 104 ; Leonard 
Ronald, 108 ; Lillian Annie, 103 ; Lillian Scott, 
107 ; Lionel Litchfield, 108 ; Margaret, 108 ; 
Margaret Dora, 104 ; .Margot Cicely, I06 ; Mary, 

103, 107 ; Mary Ancilla, 107 ; Mary Lielitia, 
107 ; Mildred, 108 ; Muriel Elaine, 107 ; I'ercy, 

104, 105 ; Reginald Percy, 104 ; Richard, 9, 
197; Ronald Holt, 106 ; Koyston Keith, 107; 
Sarah Susannah, 103 ; Shirley, 108 ; Sidney, 
106 ; Stanley, 107 ; Stanley Cadogan, 104 ; 
Stanton William, 103, 105 ; Captain Thoinas, 
R.N., 5. 

Price, Frederick George Hilton, 132. 

Prideaux, Agatha Anstice, 40 ; Anna, 36 ; Annette, 
39 ; Arthur Ker Anstice, 39 ; Arthur William, 36 ; 
Beville, 38 ; Beville Engledue Anstice, 40 ; 
Caroline, 36, 38 ; Charles Chamberlen Anstice, 
38 ; Charles James, 36, 38 ; Charlotte, 36 ; Claude 
William .'\nstice, 40 ; Dora, 38 ; Denis Robert 
.\iislice, 38; Dorothy Mary Anstice, 40; Eliza, 
38; Elizalieth .Ann, 38; Ellen, 37; Emma 
Beesley, 37 ; Esme Dora Sinclair, 38 ; Ethel 
Charlotte .Vnsticc, 39 ; Fanny, 39 ; Florence 
Grisewood, 37, 38 ; Frances Mae, 37 ; Francis 
Beville, 36 ; Francis William, 36, 38 ; E"rancis 
Winckworlh Anstice, 37 ; George, 36, 37 ; George 
Walter Beville, 38 ; Grace Caroline Anstice, 40 ; 
Guy Vivian Anstice, 40; Hugh Guillum An,stice, 
39; Isabel Laura .\nstice, 40 ; Isabella, 39 ; John 
Humphrey Anstice, 40 ; Laura Mar.y, 40 ; Louisa, 
3S; .Mary Agatha Holmwood, 37; Mary Catheiine 
(Birdie), 36 ; Mary Charlotte, 36, 37 ; Mary 
Cowles, 36 ; Mary Frances, 36 ; Nina, 39 ; Nora 
Evelyn, 37 ; Pamela Margaret Anstice, 37 ; Philip 
Edward, 37 ; Robert .'\nstice, 38 ; Colonel Robert 
Anstice, 37 ; Sophia Isabella Winckworlh, 37 ; 
Sophie Sinclair Anstice, 38 ; Walter Courtenay, 
38 ; Walter Sherburne, 36 ; William, 36 ; Colonel 
William Francis, 36 ; William Hugh Cardinan, 

37- 

Priestley, Charlotte Caroline, 75 ; Rev. Henry 
Samuel, 75 ; John, 75. 

Primrose, Adela Blanche Margaret, 137 ; Albert 
Edward Harr)' Meyer Archibald, Lord Dalmeny, 
137; Alice Jane, 134; Lady Anne, 133; Anne 
Marg.-iret, Countess of Rosebery, 132; Hon""' 
Archibald, 132 ; Archibald, Lord Dalmeny, 132 ; 
Archibald Bouverie, 138 ; Archibald Henry 
Reginald, 136; Sir Archibald John, Earl of 
Rosebery, 132 ; Sir Archibald Philip, Earl of Rose- 
bery, 13s; Arthur John, 138; Lieut. -Colonel the 
Hon"" Bouverie Francis, 134, 138; Catherine 
Wilhelmina, Lady Dalmeny, 132 ; Charlotte Lucy, 
Henrietta, 138; Lady Constance Evelyn, 134; 
Constance Margaret, 138 ; Dorothy, 136; Dorothy 
Alice Margaret Augusta, Lady Dalmeny, 137 ; 
Edward Neil, 138; Evelyn, 137; Lieut. -Colonel 
the Hon"" Everard Henry, 136; Francis Archibald, 
135; Frederica Jane, 135; Frcderica Mary, 135; 
Hon""'" Frederica .Sophia, 134; Vice- Admiral 
George Anson, 137 ; Gilbert Edward, 137 ; 



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Gwendolen Gertrude Maude, 138; Hannah, 
Countess of Kosebery, 135 ; Harriet, Countess 
of Kosebery, 132; Lady Harriet, 133; Dame 
Helen Mary, 136; Sir Henry William, 136; 
Jane, 135; Jessie Katharine, 137; Lady Louisa, 
133; Louisa Wilhelmina, 136; Lady Margaret 
Etrenne Hannah, 136; Margaret Sophia, 134; 
Marjorie Frances, 137; Lady Mary Anne, 134; 
Lady Mary Catherine Constance, 133 ; Mary 
Cecilia Violet, 137 ; Hon'''" Neil James Archibald, 
137 ; Lady Sybil Myra Caroline, I3S- 

Prior, Major- General Henry, 36; Sophia Maria 
Purves, 36. 

Puleston, Dame Catherine Judith, 124 ; Katharine 
Theodosia Fountayne, 124; Sir Richard Price, Bt., 
124. 

Punnett, Arthur Hugh, 103; Eva Mary, 103; John 
Trefusis, 103; Louisa, 103. 

Pye, Emily Charlotte, 124; Henry John, 124; Rev. 
Henry John, 124; Mary Anne, 124. 



R 



Radmall, Fanny Lucy, 54: Thomas, 54. 

Radnor, William, Earl of, 132. 

Ralli, Julia, 123; Pantia Stephen, 123. 

Ram, Abel Humphry, 115; Heline Harriet Elizabeth, 
115; Mary Christian, 115; Stephen, 115; Violet, 
115. 

Ramsden, Adelaide, 108; Archibald, 108. 

Ravenhill, Anna Louisa, 6 ; Emma Harriet, i ; 
Francis Richard, III; Rev. Canon Henry Everett, 
I ; John, I, 6; John R., in ; Sophia Harriet, 
1,6; Wilhelmina Frances, in; William WaUlron, 
1,6. 

Rawdon, Everilda Amelia, 5 ; Joshua, 5. 

Rawson, Annie Roma, no; Beatrice Octavia, 112; 
Catherine, 109 ; Charles, 109 ; Charles Collinson, 
no; Charles Stansfeld, 109-111; Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 1 10 ; Constance, in; Delia Elizabeth, 
109, no; Dorothy Winifred Meynell, 112; 
Edmund Stansfeld, no, in; Eleonor Charlotte 
Berkeley, in; Elizabeth, 109; Elizabeth Frances, 
109; Emma Sarah, 112; Francis, 112; Francis 
Edmund, in; Francis Richard, 112; Francis 
William, 109; Geoffrey Edmund, III; Harry, 
no; Harry Gilbert Collinson, no; John, 109 ; 
Katlierine Emily, 112; Lancelot Bernard, in; 
Lancelot Guy, n I ; Lionel Reginald, n I ; 
Margaret Decima Craufurd, in; Mary Anne, 
no, 112 ; Nelly, 109 ; Octavia, in ; Samuel, 42 ; 
Sarah, log; Stansfeld, 109, 112; Sybil Stansfeld, 
112; Una Belle, in ; Wilhelmina Frances Cahill, 
III ; William Henry, 109; Winifred, no; Winifred 
Grace, in. 

Raynes, Helen Garnham, 122; Margaret, 122; Rev. 
William, 122. 

Reaman, Joel, 153; Rachel Annie, 153. 

Rebintich, Junias, 61 ; Magdaleine, 61. 

Recabarren, Genoveva, 91. 

Reckitt, Anna Barbara, 12S ; Arnold, 128; Francis, 
128. 

Reed, Rev. Charles Martyn, 186; Frances Maria 
Emma, 1 86. 

Reeve, Jessie, 105 ; Robert Dalby, 105. 

Reid, Mary Catherine, 147 ; Thomas Chalmers, 147. 

Rendall (formerly Ilolden), Francis Shuttleworth, 
70. 

Rendlesham, Anne Sophia, Lady, 21; John, Baron, 
21. 

Revell, Elizabeth Henrietta, 45; Thomas, 45. 

Reynolds, Elizabeth, 28 ; Jemima Vina, 41 ; 
Rear-Admiral Robert Carthew, 28; Lieut. -Colonel 
Thomas Vincent, 41. 
Rhodes, Emma Sarah, 112; Matthew John, 112. 
Richardson, Emily Jane, 94, 177; James Mallcott, 
94; William Malcott, 177. 



Rickards, George Kettilby, 142. 

Riddell, Alexander Fowler, 170; Sir James MiUes, 

Bt. , 74 ; Mary, 74, 170; Mary Augusta, 74 ; Mary 

Lee, 170. 
Ridley, Rev. Charles John, 193 ; Rev. Henry 

Colborne, 193 ; Marj-, 193 ; Rev. Nicholas James, 

I93> '95 ; Nicholas William, Baron Colborne, 

193 ; Rev. William Henry, 196. 
Ripley, John Richard, 1,6; Sophia Harriet, I, 6. 
Ritchie, Augusta Charlotte, 174; Auguste Charlotte, 

174; Rev. George Martyn St. Martin, 148; Mary 

Mildred, 14S; Hon"" William, 174. 
Roberts, Anne Eleanor, 152; Rev. \Viliam, 152. 
Robinson, Rev. Charles John, 115; Frances, 42; 

Frank N., 42. 
Robison, Emily Elizabeth (Milly), 150; Samuel 

George, 150. 
Rocke, Emily Adelaide, 149 ; Lucy, 149 ; Rev. 

Thomas James Rocke, 149. 
Rodney, Frances Philippa Catharine, 45 ; Frederick 

James, 45 ; George, Baron, 44 ; Henrietta Mary, 

45 ; Hon"" Mortimer, 44 ; Sarah, Lady, 44. 
Roe, Angela Frances, 117; George Hamilton, 117. 
Rolfe, Caroline, 5 ; Frances, I ; Frances Alice, I ; 

Rev. Robert, I, 5. 
Rosebery, Anne Margaret, Countess of, 132 ; Sir 

Archibald John, Earl of, 132, 135 ; Sir Archibald 

Philip, Earl of, 135 ; Hannah, Countess of, 135 ; 

Harriet, Countess of, 132; Sir Neil, Earl of, 132. 
Rothschild, Hon''i= Hannah, 135 ; Lady Juliana, 

135; Baron Meyer Amschel de, 135. 
Rothvvell, Burrows Henry, 37 ; Frances Mae, 37. 
Rowe, Amelia, 195; Charles, 195. 
Rowley, Susan Arabella, 134; Sir William, Bt., 

134- 
Royston, Anne, 34; Christopher, 34. 
Russell, Frances Barbara, 145 ; Stanley W. R., 

145. 
Rutherford, Helen, 14. 
Rutland, Ann, 175; Annie Chariotte, Si; Dudley, 

175; John, 81; Joshua, 175: Philip John, 81. 
Ruxton, Beatrice Geraldine, 151 ; Caroline Diana, 

151 ; William, 151. 
Ryder, Beatrice Mary, 120; George Dudley, 120. 
Ryott, Margaret, 126; William Hall, 126. 



Sackett, Ann, 103. 

Sackville-West, Cecelie Victoria, 74; Hon"'' 

Georgina, 74 ; Lieut. -Colonel Hon'''' William 

Edward, 74. 
St. Albans, William Amelius Aubrey, Duke of, 163. 
St. David's, Rt. Rev. Lord George Murray, Bishop of, 

21 ; Rt. Rev. John Banks Jenkinson, Bishop of, 

182, 185. 
St. John-Mildmay, Dame Harriet, 132 ; Sir Henry 

St. John Carew, 132. 
St. Ledger, Caroline, 126; Ven''''= the Hon''''' James, 

126. 
St. Leger, Charlotte, 63 ; Mary Anne, 63 ; Rev. 

Richard Thomas Arthur, 63. 
Salmon, John dc AVhelpdale, 4 ; .Mary Isabella 

Agnes, 4. 
Salt, Henry, 143 ; Janet Sarah, 143 ; John, 143 ; 

Mar)' Jane, 143. 
Saltonstall, Elizabeth, 95 ; William, 95. 
Sanders, John, 79 ; Rebecca, 79. 
Sanderson, Emily, 48 ; George Samuel, 48. 
Santo Teodoro, Due de, 20. 
Sargent, Emily, 119, 124; Rev. John, 119, 120, 

124; Mary, 119, 120; Matie, 123; R. C, 123. 
Saunders, Christina Sophi.a, 172; Frederick, 172; 

Sir Frederick Richard, 172. 
von Schmidt, Ernestine Augusta Doretta Friedricke 

Johanna Emma, 9 ; Franz, 9 ; Louise Juliane 

Anna Elizabeth Caroline Henrietta, 9. 
Schuster, Amy, 67; Leo, 67. 



'I3 



Scott, Daniel Burton, 175; Elizabeth, 172; Frances 

Sarah, 175; James, 172; Mary La'tilia, 107; 

Koherl, 107 ; Sophia, 37 ; Sophia Isalx:lla Winck- 

worth, 37 ; VVilliam Carmalt, 53 ; Colonel 

Winckworlh, 37. 
Scale, Captain Charles Henr)-, R.N., 182, 185; 

Eliza, 1S5 ; Margaret, 182 ; Margaret Elizabeth 

Frances, 185. 
Selfe, Anna Maria, 142 ; Annie, 103 ; Florence 

Mar)-, 142 : Mcnry James Selfe, 141, 142 ; Lillian 

Annie, 103 ; Thomas Vauder Horst, 103 ; Sir 

William Lucius, 142, 143. 
Seymour, Catherine, 80 ; Henry John Hyde, 57 ; 

Jane Seymour Traheme, 57 ; John, 80. 
Sharman, Samuel, 32; Sarah Ann, 32. 
Shaw, Captain Charles, R. N., 175; Harriet Augusta, 

•75- 

Shaw-Stewart, Basil Heron, 166 ; Jane Stuart, 166 ; 
John Shaw, 166; Mary Winifred, 166. 

Sheepshanks, Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of Norwich, 126; 
Katharine, 126; Margaret, 126. 

Shelton, Rev. Nonnan Wilfrid, 29. 

Shephard, Dr., 61 ; Magdaleine, 61. 

Shipdem, Frances, 99; John, 99, 183; Julia, 99, 183. 

Shirley, Gerald Monteith, 65 j Henry, 65 ; Isabella 
Martha, 65. 

Short, Anne Louisa, 61 ; Annis Rachel, 61 ; Edward 
Morrieson de Coucy, 61 ; Mayow, 61. 

Shrewsbury, Bishop of, 171 ; Henry John, Earl of, 22. 

Shuttleworth, Rev. Charles, 69, 70 ; Elizabeth, 69 ; 
James, 69; Rosamund Amelia, 69, 70; see also 
Holden. 

Silver, Eliza Mercy, 87 ; Frederick, 87. 

Simp.son, Frances Josephine, 6; Henry, 6. 

Sims, Frances James, :68; John, 168. 

Sinclair, JefTery Amherst, 37; Sophia, 37. 

Skene, George, 166; Mary, 166. 

Skinner, Ezekicl, 164; Mary, 164. 

Skull, Charlotte Selina, 95; John, 95. 

Slack, Charlotte Sarah, 44 ; Ethel, 44 ; William 
Upton, 44. 

Sladen, Nina, 39. 

Smith, Abel, 117, 119, 120; Alice Anna, 173; 
Blanche, 173 ; Hon*"'" Catherine Lucy, 132 ; 
Charlotte, 64, 75; Lieut. -Colonel Dudley Carleton, 
173; M.ijor- General Frederick Henry, 75; 
Frederick Wickings, II ; Hon'>'° Henrietta 
Priscilla, 173; Henry Jeremiah, 173; J., 75; 
Mary, 119, 120; Robert, Baron Carrington, 119, 
120, 132; Samuel, 173. 

.Smyth, John, 56 ; ^Ia^y Dorothy, 56. 

.Soulhcomb, Rev. John, 42; Sarah, 42; Susanna, 42. 

Spooner, Agnes Caroline, 1 47 ; Agnes Mary, 143 ; 
Alice Sidney, 147 ; Anna Frances, 146 ; Anna 
Maria, 142 ; Anna Maria Sydney, 141 ; Archibald 
Craufurd, 142 ; Archibald St. George, 146 ; 
Barbara, 1 17, 141 : Barbara Anne, 117; Barbara 
Catherine, 147 ; Barbara Mary, 143 ; Catharine 
Barbara, 143 ; Catherine, 142, 145 ; Catherine 
Anna, 145 ; Charles, 148; Charles Sydney, 148; 
Edith Augusta, 146 ; Rev. Edward, 144, 147 ; 
\'ery Rev. Edward, 146 ; Edward Julius, 146 ; 
Edward Wilberforce, 147 ; Eleanor Mary, 148 ; 
Eleanor Skottowe Barlxira, 144 ; Elizabeth, 
143; Ellen Maxwell, 143; Emma Mills, 144; 
Frances .\nn, 144; Frances Barbara, 145; Frances 
Catherine, 142 : Frances Maud, 148 ; Frances 
Wycliffe, 141 ; Francis Archibald, 147 ; Frederick 
Maxwell, 148 ; George Archibald, 141 ; George 
Phipps, 147 ; Gerard, 147 ; Gerard William, 147 ; 
Henrietta, 147 ; Henry D'Esterre, 145, 146 ; 
Vgijbic Henry Maxwell, 142; Isaac, 117, 141; 
Jane Lydia, 141 ; Janet Sarah, 143 ; Louisa, 147 ; 
Lucius Henr)-, 144, 147 ; Lucius Sydney, 146 ; 
Mabel Louisa, 147 ; Margaret Audrey Wilber- 
force, 144 ; Margaret Geraldinc, 146 ; Margaret 
Skottowe, 144; Mary Anna, 141 ; ISIary Caroline, 
144 ; Mary Catharine, 142, 147 ; Mary 



Mildred, 148; Merc, 147; Minnie DiUlin, 148; 
Octavia, 146; Richard, 117, 147; Rosemary, 
143 ; Ruth, 143 ; Susan Frances, 148 ; William, 
141 ; Ven"^ William, 141 ; Rev. William 
Archibald, 141 ; William .\ubrey, 148 ; William 
Lucius Harold, 144 ; William Wilberfoice, 144; 
William Wycliffe, 142. 

Sprakeling, Emma, 92 ; Marianne, 92 ; William, 92. 

Stacey, Caroline Frances Amherst (Minnie), 139 ; 
Charles Amherst, 139; Charlotte, 139; Courtney, 
139; Courtney Parker Tyssen, 139; Courtney 
Tyssen Randall, 139; Elizalielh Mary, 139; Flint, 
139; Hint William, 139; Frances Minnie 
.\mherst, 139; Gertrude Camilla, 139; Julia 
Amherst Mary, 139; Laura Mary Sophia, 140; 
Louisa Mary Sophia, 140 ; Louisa Octavia 
Charlotte, 140 ; Mary Antoinette, 139; Minnie 
Auchmuty Tyssen, 139; Octavia Laura, 139. 

Stafford, Mary .i^nne, 29 ; William Cooke, 29. 

Stanford, Edward, 119; Mary Agnes, 119. 

Stanhope, Arthur Philip, Earl, 132; Catherine Lucy, 
Countess, 132; I^ady Catherine Lucy Wilhclmina, 
132 ; Philip Henry, Earl, 132. 

Stansfeld, DaN-id, 109 ; Nelly, 109. 

Stapleton, Hon'''' Bryan John, 121 ; Helen, 121 ; 
Mary Helen Alicia, 121 ; Rev. the llon'"'"^ Paul, 121. 

Stephen, Frances Mary, 192 ; James, 117, 192. 

Stephenson, D.aniel, 171 ; Elizabeth Sims, 171. 

Steward, Charles Richards, 34. 

Stewart, Edward, 177 ; Lady Elizaljeth Euphemia, 
69 ; John, Earl of Galloway, 69 ; Major-General 
John Heron Maxwell Shaw, 166 ; Louisa Martha, 
177 ; Mary Catherine Bedingfeld, 166. 

Stilwell, Thomas, 52, 53. 

Stirling, Georgina Charlotte, 40. 

Stokes, Mary, 104. 

Stone, Eleanor, 67 ; Spencer, 67. 

Stradling, Edward .\nstice, 40; Elizabeth Rathbone, 
40 ; Georgina Charlotte, 40 ; Georgina Mercy, 38 ; 
Laura Mary, 38, 40; Robert Anstice, 40. 

Strafford, Field-Marshal John, Earl of, 133. 

Strappini, Rev. Father, 121. 

Strctton, Marian, III ; William Thomas, in. 

Strode, Anna Fielding, 154; Anna .Margaret 
Dorothea, 154; Dorothea Bird, 151; Dorothy 
Gcorgiana Admonition, 154; Eileen Ruth Admoni- 
tion, 154; Florence, 151, 154; George, 151, 154; 
George Sydney Strode, 151, 154. 

Strutt, Sarah, 103. 

Stuart, Alexander, 136 ; Alexander Percy Dunbar 
Carmatt, 40; Dorothy, 136; Grace Caroline 
Anstice, 40 ; Thomas Peter Anderson, 136. 

Suffield, Edward, Baron, 184; Georgiana, Lady, 184. 

Sutherland, Adolphine Christian, 193; Donald 167; 
Johanna, 167; Sutherland Hall, 193. 

Sutton, Rev. Arthur Frederick, 33 ; Rev. Augustus, 
33 ; Charlotte Robina, 33 ; Dame Mary Elizabeth, 
33 ; Sir Richard, Bt., 33 ; Rowland, 33. 

Swain.son, John Goad, 92. 

Swale, Adelaide, 108 ; Charles, 108. 

Swan, Hannah Mildred, 191 ; Lucy, 191 ; Robert, 191. 

Swanwick, Ronald Fox, in ; Winifred Grace, III. 

Swiney, Agnes Laura, 190; Henry Stephen, 190; 
Hilda Lambert, 190. 

Sykes James, 52. 

Symcs, Ann, 82 ; Fanny, 81 ; Richard, 82. 

Symons, Dorothea Bird, 151 ; William, 151. 



Tait, Most Rev. Archibald Campbell, Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 142, 145 ; Catherine, 145 ; Craufurd, 
145 ; Susan, 145. 

Talavera, Carmen, 13. 

Tangye, Dame Caroline, 147 ; Mabel Louisa, 147 ; 
Sir Richard, 147. 

Tanner, Dr. , 93 ; Jane, 93. 



214 



Tarbolton, Jessie Anne, 112. 

Tatnall, Anne Sophia, 21 ; William, 21. 

Taunton, George Edwin, 1 16; Helen Jane, 116; 

Susannah Maria, 116. 
Tavin, Rev. John Hodding, 195; Mary, 195. 
Taylor, Alexander O'DriscoU, 106 ; Alice Lavinia, 

II ; Amelia, 106; Edith Louisa, 11 ; George, 11; 

Isabella, 106; Marianne, II. 
Thellusson, Anne Sophia, Lady Rendlesham, 21 ; 

Hon"* Emily Elizabeth Julia, 21 ; John, Baron 

Rendlesham, 21. 
Thin, Catherine Helen, 48 ; Edward Clouston, 48 ; 

Edward Gordon, 48. 
Thomas, Henr>- Brockholes, 6; Legh, 190; Mary, 

190. 
Thomas (formerly Freeman), Albinia, 20 ; Hon*"'' 

Frances Anne, 20; Inigo Freeman, 20. 
Thomasson, Emma, 127; Thomas, 127. 
Thompson, Anne, 79; Clara, 15; Clara Caroline, 

15; Frances, 79; Margaret, 78; Richard, 79; 

Springall, 78; William, 15. 
Thomson, Anne Gertrude, 84 ; Emma, 84 ; Franci.s 

Drummond Hay Ringler, 92, 93 ; Rev. John 

Robert, 84. 
Thomewill, Eleanor Jane, 187. 
Tibbitts, James, 29 ; Sarah Hoyle, 29. 
Ticehurst, Rowland, 28. 
Tiemey, Dame Anna Maria, 66; Sir Edward, Bt., 

66 ; Harriet Mary, 66 ; Sir Matthew Edward, 

Bt., 66. 
Timms, Jessie, 105; John, 105; William, 105. 
Tod, Frances, 185 ; George, 185 ; Robert James 

Charteris, 1 85. 
Tolbort, Clare, 77 ; Thomas William Hooper, 

77- 
ToUemache, Rev. Clement Reginald, 6 ; Frances 

Josephine, 6 ; Henry James, 20 ; Mary, 6. 
Tolputt, Charlotte Sarah, 90 ; Henry, 90 ; Isabella, 

90; Thomas Macfadyen, 90. 
Tope, Mary Ann, 108 ; Samuel, 108. 
Topping, Anne Margaret, 139; James, 139. 
Torlesse, Alicia, 45 ; Catharine, 45 ; Catharine 

Harriet, 45 ; Charles Obins, 45 ; Elizabeth 

Henrietta, 45 ; Rev. Henr)', 45. 
Townley, Catherine, 113; Colonel Richard, 113. 
Townsend, Alicia, 42, 45; Frances, 42; James, 42, 

45- 
Townshend, Charles, 73. 
Trevanion, John, 52 ; Sophia, 52. 
Trimming, Auguste Charlotte, 174 ; Captain, 

174. 
Trinder, Daniel, 148; Susan Frances, 148; Susanna, 

1 48. 
Tripp, Anne, 79 ; Elizabeth, 82 ; Frances, 79 ; John, 

79; Mary, 79, 82; Rev. Robert, 79, 82; William 

Upton, 82. 
Trower, Walter, 174. 
Tufnell, Lady .^nne, 133 ; Anne Augusta, 133 ; 

Carleton, 138 ; Charlotte Henrietta, 138 ; Edward 

Carleton, 133, 138; Lady Frances, 133; Rev. 

Frederick, 138; Rt. Hon"' Henry, 133; Henr)' 

Archibald, 133; Honoria .Mary, 138; Mary, 133; 

William, 133. 
Tully, Isabella, 65; Timothy, 65. 
Turner, George, 98 ; JuUa Louisa, 98 ; Sarah, 

98. 
Turquand, Anne, 9 ; James Louis, 8 ; Leonard, 9 ; 

Mary, 8. 
Tweedie, Ada Frances, 76 ; Benjamina, 76 ; Charles, 

76; Emma Charlotte, 76; James, 76; Jane Aitken, 

76; Thomas Stevenson, 76. 
Twysden, Eliza, 115 ; Sir William Jervis, 185. 
Tyrconnell, John Delavel, Earl of, 22 ; Sarah, 

Countess of, 22. 
Tyrwhitt-Drake, Barbara Caroline, 116; Rev. 

Edward, 116; Ehzabeth Catherine, 116; Thomas, 

116. 
Tyssen, ."Vmherst Daniel, 139. 



Upton, .\nne, 79 ; Rev. James, 79- 
Uzzell, Frank, 14. 



Valdes, Sara, 13. 

Valpy, Clara Margaret, 181 ; EMith Alicia, 181 ; 
Robert Arthur, 181. 

Vane, William John Frederick, Duke of Cleveland, 
132; su also Powlett. 

Vansommer, John, 8; Mary, 8. 

Vaughan, Helen Maude, 27 ; Jemima, 27 ; Jessey, 69; 
John Edwards, 69 ; Rjchard, 27 ; see also Lee. 

Vaughan-Lee, Colonel Arthur Vaughan Hanning, 71 ; 
Clara Elizabeth, 69; Vaughan Hanning, 69. 

de Vaynes, John, 16; Marj', 16. 

Veasey, Arthur David, 116; David, 116; Emily 
Persis, 116. 

Vernon, Augustus Henry, Baron, 186 ; Hon'"'' 
Augustus Henry, 180 ; Caroline Diana, 151 ; 
Charles, 151 ; Edith Serena Hill, 187 ; Frances 
Maria Emma, Lady, 186 ; Rev. Frederick 
Wentworth, 187 ; George, Baron, 184 ; George 
John, Baron, 186; Hon*"'* Georgiana, 184; Henry, 
Baron, 180, 182; Isabella Caroline, Lady, 186; 
Jane, 48; John, 48; Hon'>'= Louisa Henrietta, 180, 
182 ; Lucy Elizabeth, 48 ; Thomas Murhall 
Lossford, 48. 

Vidal, Rev. Francis, 76 ; Rev. Francis Furse, 76 ; 
Lucy Marj', 76 ; .Mary Theresa, 76. 



W 



Waddington, Amelia, 97 ; Gervase, 97. 

Wahab, General Charles, 185 ; Cora, 184 ; Colonel 

George Duncan, 184. 
Walker, Augusta, 125 ; Catharine, 41 ; Chamberlen, 

41 ; Rev. Edward Russell, 125; Ethel Maude, 125; 

Frances, 99; Helen Mary, 136; James Montgomery, 

136; Ven'''^ John Russell, 125; Mary Anne, 124; 

Nora Dorothy, 77 ; Norman Dunbar, 77 ; Sarah, 

41 ; William, 99, 124. 
Wallace, Anne, 36. 
Walsingham, Augusta Georgiana Elizabeth, Lady, 20 ; 

Augusta Louisa, Lady, 20 ; Augusta Selina 

Elizabeth, Lady, 21 ; Elizabeth, Lady, 20; Emily 

Elizabeth Julia, Lady, 21 ; Thomas, Baron, 20, 

21 ; see also De Grey. 
Walter, Edmund, 77; Frederick Edward, 77; Helen 

Brooke, 77. 
Walton, Charles Bendysche, 26 ; Emily, 26 ; Esther 

Alice, 26; F., 189; Violet, 189. 
Ward, Flora Houlton, no; Florentia Louisa, no; 

Neville, no. 
Ware, Rev. Henry, 52; Mar)-, 52. 
W'arren, Frances Slaria Emma, Lady Vernon, 1S6; 

George John, Baron Vernon, 186; Isabella Caroline, 

Lady Vernon, 1 86. 
Wason, Eugene, 66. 
Waterhouse, Samuel, in. 
Waters, Anne Whitmash, 81, 85 ; Thomas, 81, 

85. 
Watson, Emily Montgomery, 35 ; Joseph, 35. 
Webber, Julia Isabella, 25; Mark, 25. 
Weguelin, Eva, 126; Thomas Mathias, 126. 
Weller, Thomas, 39. 

Wentworth- Fitzwilliam, Charles William, 158. 
Wescomb, Jane, 52, 53 ; Lucy Elizabeth Jane, 52 ; 

Mar)- Jane, 53 ; Rev. William, 52, 53. 
Westmorland, John, Earl of, 20, 69. 
Westropp, Emily .\nne, 55 ; Michael Roberts, 55. 
Wharton, Mary, 193; Thomas, 193. 
Wheeler, Charles, 46; Margaret, 46. 
Whilbread, Howard, 115. 



215 



Emily Susan, 128 ; 
Rev. Ernest Koland, 
Ernest Victor Samuel, 
Evelyn Agnes Fannie, 



White, Caroline Rebecca Stevens, 105 : Rev. George, 
113: James, 105; Jane, 113; Jane Ailken, 76; 
John, 76. 

von Wickcde, Louise Juliane .Anna Elizabeth 
Caroline Henrietta, 9. 

Wilberforce, Agnes Barlaia Mary, 121 ; Agnes 
Everilda, 118, 122 j Agnes Everilda Mary, 120; 
Yen'''' AUx-rt Basil Ornie, 126, 127 ; Alexander 
Basil Edward, 123; Ambrose Newman, I20 j 
Angela Frances, 117; Anna Barbara, 128; 
Anna Maria, 124 ; Arthur Henry, 120 ; Arthur 
Richard Anthony, 121 ; Arlliur Roland George, 
127; Barbara, 118; Barbara Anne, 1 17 ; Barliara 
Fountayne, 124; Rev. Bertrand, 120; Caroline 
Charlotte Jane, 126; Caroline Mary, 120 ; 
Constance Isabel Mary, 127 ; Dorothy Mary, 127 ; 
Edward, 122; Eleanor Catherine, 126; Elizabeth, 

117, 118; Elizabeth Hope, 122; Ellen, 117; 
Emily, 119; Emily Charlotte, 124; Emily 
Geraldine, 1 28 ; Emily Mary, 121 ; Emily 
Henrietta Maude, 125; 
Ernest John, 125; Rt. 
Bishop of Chichester, 125 ; 
128; Ethel Maude, 125; 

123 ; Everilda Helen Mary Bertrand, 121 ; Fannie, 
122; Florence, 123, 125; Prances Mary, 125; 
Rev. Francis Richard, 125; Helen, 121; Henry 
Edward, 120, 121 ; Henry Ambrose, 121 ; Rev. 
Henry William, 120; Herbert William, 124, 126 ; 
Herbert William Wrangham, 123 ; Irene Florence, 
123; Jane, 118, 122; John Michael, 121; John 
William, 120; Judith Monica, 123; Katharine, 
126; Katharine Sybil, 126 ; Katharine Theodosia 
Fountayne, 124; Lionel Robert, 122; Margaret, 

118, 122; Margaret Mary Clare, n8 ; Mary, 120; 
Mary Agnes, 119; Mary Florence, 120; Mary 
Frances, 117; Mary I'hillippa Veronica Sophia, 
121; Mary Rosa, 1 19; Matie, 123; Octavia 
Margaret, 128; Phcebe Mary, 128; Reginald 
Garton, 124; Rev. Reginald William, 124; 
Richard Orme, 126; Robert, 117; Robert 
Francis, 121; Ven'''"^ Robert Isaac, n8, 122; 
Robert William, 1 17; Robert William Francis, 
118; Rosa Elizabeth, 117; Samuel, 126; 
Rt. Rev. Samuel, Bishop of Winchester, 119, 
124, 126; Violet, 127; Wilfrid Ignatius, 120, 
121 ; William, 117, 118; William Basil, 117, 118; 
William Basil Samuel Anthony Joseph Edward, 
118; Rev. William Francis, I18, 122, 123; 
[William Henry] Bertram, 117; William Robert 
Sargent, 128. 

Wilkinson, Emily, 35 ; Rev. Frederick, 35 ; George, 

35; James Edward, 35; Lionel, III; Robert 

Hindley, 113; Una Belle, in. 
Williams, Charlotte Elizabeth, no; Janet, 152; 

John, 39, 152; Mary, 152; Mary Anne, no; 

Reginald Freke, no; Robert Wynne, no; 

Romer, 65-67. 
Willis, Everilda Amelia, 5 ; Everilda Mar}-, 5 ; 

Matthew Marwood, 5 ; Rev. Rawdon Marwood, 5. 



Willoughby, Ellen Augusta, 68 j Sir John Pollard, 

Bt., 68. 
Wilmoi-Horton, Anne Augusta, 133; Rt. Hon'''"' 

Sir Robert, 133. 
Wilson, Charlotte Selina, 95 ; James, 95 ; Jane 

Lydia, 141 ; John, 141 ; Martha, 141 ; Theodosia 

Elizabeth Helen, 95. 
Winchester, Rt. Rev. the Hon'"'"' Brownlow North, 

Bishop of, 20, 23 ; Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilbcrforce, 

Bishop of, 119, 1 24. 
Wingfield, Frances, 72; Katharine, 72; Rev. William 

Wriothesley, 72: William Wriothesley Mills, 72. 
Winkworth, Dorothy .M;iry, 127 ; Emma, 127 ; 

Stephen, 127; Stephen Dickenson, 127. 
Withy, Robert, 44; Sarah, 44. 
Wollen, Mary Jane, 93. 

Wolmer, William Waldegrave, Viscount, 132. 
Wo<k1, Andrew Alexander, 166. 
Woodford, Rt. Rev. James Russell, Bishop of Ely, 

"25- 
WcK>ds, Rev. Henry Hor, 194; John Goodrich 

Wemyss, 194 ; Joseph, 59 ; Maria, 59 ; Mary 

Sutherland, 194. 
Woodgate, Mary, 105. 
Woollcombe, Elizabeth, 28 ; Jane Vivian, 28 ; Rev. 

Philip, 28; Rev. William, 28. 
Woollcombe-Boyce, Annie Elizabeth, 29 ; Harold 

Courtenay, 28 ; Jane Vivian, 28 ; Kenneth Wooll- 
combe, 29; Sarah Louisa (Sasie), 29; Rev. William, 

2S ; William Frederick Reynolds, 28, 29 ; see also 

Boyc?. 
Worsley, Catherine, 109 ; Rev. George, 109 ; Dame 

Henrietta I'hil.idelphia, 109 ; Rev. Thomas, 109 ; 

Sir William, Bt., 109; Sir William Caylcy, 109. 
Worthington, Alfred William, 107; Henrietta, 77; 

John, 125; J. H., 77; Katharine Maude, 125; 

Mary .\ncilla, 107 ; Mary La;titia, 107. 
Wrangham, Agnes Everilda, 118, 122; Evelyn Agnes 

Fannie, 123; Fanny, 123; Rev. Francis, 123; 

V^nbie Francis, 118, 122; Walter Francis, 123; 

Walter George, 123. 
Wright, Herbert Prince, 83 ; Jemima Vina, 41 ; 

John Smith, 74 ; Lydia Rachel, 74 ; Margaret, 

83 ; Mary Macaulay, 41 ; Thomas, 41 ; Colonel 

Thomas Parker, 41. 
Wrightson, Albinia, 20 ; Hon'"'' Elizabeth Augusta, 

20; Henrietta, 20; Richard Heber, 20; William, 20. 
Wyndham, Constance Evelyn, Lady LeconfieUl, 134; 

Henry, Baron Leconficld, 134; Hon'''" Percy 

Scawen, 134. 



Vate, Ann, 114; Rev. Charles Allix, 114; Rev. 
George Lavington, 114; Margaret Elizabeth, 114; 
Timothy, 114. 



Zwilchenbart, Ann Pimlow, 92, 93 ; Rodolph, 92, 93. 



216 



atJliitions anil Correrttons. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ABNEY. Vol. 12, page 151. — Lancelot 
Edward Guy Abney married at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, South Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 25 October 
1905, Annie Louise, daughter of 
Auguste de Wil. 

ADAMS. Vol. 13, page 27.— William and 
Mildred Mary Adams have issue a 
son, William Anthony Adams, born 30 
December 1909, baptised at Christ 
Church, Alsager, co. Chester, 13 
February 1910. 

AIRY. Vol. 7, page ii6. — Anna Airy, 
who was educated at the Slade School 
of Art, London, was elected a member 
of the Pastel Society 1907; Associate of 
Royal Society of Painter Etchers 
iyo8, and of Roy^l Institute of Oil 
Painters 1909. 

Page 119. — The Rev. Basil Reginald 
Airy was appointed 2nd-class Chaplain 
Territorial Force i April 1908, ist-class 
Chaplain Devon P'ort Royal Engineers 
12 May 1908, and Prebendary of 
Exeter i January 1909. 

ALDRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 69.— John 
Barttelot Aldridge, D.S.O., Major 
Rocket Troop Royal Horse Artillery, 
died at Bangalore, India, aged 37, on 
Tuesday, 16 January 1909. Will dated 
I August 1899, with codicil dated 19 
September 1899, proved in the Principal 
Registry 3 March 1909, by Herbert 
Harry Aldridge and Henry Langton 
Goddard, the Executors. 

ALINGTON. Vol. 7, page 29.— Emily, 
younger daughter of Julius Alington, 
Vfas married at Little Barford, co. 
Bedford, on Thursday, 29 July 1909, 
to the Rev. the Hon'''^ Maurice 
Berkeley Peel (youngest son of Arthur 
Wellesley, ist Viscount Peel, P.C., 
D.C.L.); born at 70 Eaton Place, 
Pimlico, London, on Thursday, 24 
April 1873; educated at Winchester 
and at New College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 October 1891 ; 2nd Lieutenant 



ALINGTON, continued. 

4th Volunteer Battalion The Queen's 
(Royal West Surrey) Regiment 29 July 
1896; Rector of Wrestlingworth and 
Vicar of Eyworth, both co. Bedford, 
1 906-1 909, now Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Beckenham, co. Kent. 

ALLAN BY. Vol. 8, page 18.— Edmund 
Henry Hynman Allenby was promoted 
Substantive Colonel 19 October 1905, 
and Major-General 10 September 
1909, Brigadier-General and Brigade 
Commander 4th Cavalry Brigade, 
Eastern Command, 19 October 1905 
to 18 October 1909. 

Ronald Hinman Allanby, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Seaforth Highlanders, served on 
the North- West Frontier of India 1908 ; 
at operations in the Mohmand Country 
(medal with clasp). 

ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 88.— Captain 
Adrian George AUgood, R.N. (retired), 
was appointed J. P. for co. Northumber- 
land 1909. 

Page 89. — William Henry Loraine 
Allgood, Major King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, was appointed Staff Captain 
No. 12 District, i June 1909. 

The Rev. Roland Frederick Allgood 
was appointed Rector of Ingram, co. 
Northumberland, January 1909. 

ALLIX. Vol. 8, page 139. — Thomas 
AUix died at Bristol in his 19th year, 
on Friday, 29 September 1809 \jtot 
1800], and was buried at St. Augustine's, 
Bristol. M.I. at St. Mary's, Swaffham 
Prior, CO. Cambridge. 

AMHERST. Vol. 13, page 14.— 
Wilbraham, Earl Egerton of Tatton, 
died at Bordighera, Italy, aged 77, on 
Tuesday, 16 March, and was buried 
in the family vault at Rostherne, 
CO. Chester, on Thursday, 25 March 
1909. Memorial service at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, the same day. 
Will dated 19 June 1908, with codicil 
dated 8 October 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 24 July 1909, by 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



AMHERST, continued. 

Allan L'<.-iil, Earl of Albemarle, John 
Edward Fanshawe and Louis Edward 
William Egerton, the Executors. 

Page i5.^The Rev. the Hon'''"^ Percy 
Arthur Amherst died at Ossington Hall, 
CO. Nottingham, in his 71st year, on 
Sunday, 30 January 1910. 

AMHERST OF HACKNEY. Vol. 

15, page 69. — William Amhurst, Haroii 
Amherst of Hackney, died at 23 Queen's 
Gate t'lardens. South Kensington, I^on- 
don, aged 73, on Saturday, 16 January, 
and was buried in the family vault in 
Didlington Churchyard, co. Norfolk, on 
\Vednesday, 20 January 1909. Memorial 
service at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, the same day. Will dated 28 
November 190O, with codicil dated 21 
September 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 10 February 1909, by Lord 
William Cecil and Evelyn Cecil. 

In the description of arms the 2nd 
quarter should read " Per saltire argent 
\not azure] " &c. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. i, page 152.— John 
Aniphlctt (elder son of John .Xmphlett 
of Clent, CO. Worcester) was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Worcester 5 April 1909. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 3, page 157.- 
Edward Paul Charlton .\mphlett was 
promoted Lieutenant Worcestershire 
Regiment 5 .September 1908. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 4, page 51 (and 
Addenda^ Vol. 14, page i.) — Richard 
Ferrand and Mary Blackford Amphlett 
have issue a daughter, Mary Marshall, 
born at 9 Parkdale, Wolverhampton, on 
Friday, 5 March, baptised at St. Peter's, 
Wolvcrh.inipton, 3 April 1909. 

AN CASTER. Vol. 14, page 174.— 
Gideon Macpherson Rutherford, died 
in London 31 July 1907 \not 1903]. 
Will with confirmation of John Dun- 
ville Dunville and \Villiam Pemberton 
Robertson, Writer to the Signet, sealed 
in London 16 November 1907. 

Lord and Lady Willoughby de Eresby 
have further issue a daughter, Priscilla, 
born at 6 Audley Square, London, on 
Friday, 29 October 1909, baptised at 
Normanton, co. Rutland, in December 

1909- 
Page 175. — Major the Hon*''' Charles 
Strathavon Heathcote-Drummond-Wil- 
loughby retired from the Scots Guards 
24 June 1908, and was appointed 
Lieut.-Colonel 15th Battalion London 



ANC ASTER, continued. 

Regiment August 1908. He and I.ady 
Muriel Agnes Stuart have further issue 
a daughter, Rosalie, born at 19 Cheyne 
Walk, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 10 July, baptised at Overstrand, 
CO. Norfolk, in September 1908. 

The Hon''' Claud HeaihcoteDrum- 
mond-Willoughby was promoted Major 
Coldstream Guards 3 September 1908. 

ANSELL. Vol. 9, page 81.— Clarissa, 
widow of Charles Ansell, died at 
Oaklands, Woodlands Road, Redhill, co. 
Surrey, aged 82, on Saturday, 3 April, 
and was buried at Caterham, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 7 April 1909. Will 
dated 6 December 1904, proved in the 
Principal Registry 28 April 1909, by 
("liarlcM .Auliicy -Ansell, the sole Executor. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 18.— 
Richard Alleyne.Arkwright was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Derby 1908; A.D.C. to 
the Governor and Commander-in-Chief 
of Trinidad and Tobago 28 April 1909. 
Page 22 {and Addenda., Vol. ij, 
page /.) — John Peter and Violet 
Catherine Arkwright have further issue 
a daughter, Susan Bertha, born at 
Haiton House, Warwick, on Monday, 
8 November, baptised at Hatton 

5 December 1909. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 15, page 79.— 
Bertram Harry Godfrey and Grace 
Emma Julia .Arkwright have further 
issue a daughter, Rafela Theodora, born 
at Datchet, co. Buckingham, on Sunday, 

6 June 1909, baptised at Highclere, 
CO. Hants. 

ARMITAGE. Vol. 8, page 7i.~George 
Pollard .Armitage was appointed J. P. for 
the West Riding, co. York, 30 June 1902. 

ARMSTRONG. Vol. 13, page 144.— 
John \\'illiam Watson of Adderstone 
Hall, CO. Northumberland, died, in his 
82nd year, on Saturday, 30 January, 
and was buried in the churchyard at 
Lucker, co. Northumberland, on Friday, 
5 February 1909. Will dated 13 De- 
cember 1907, with codicil dated 14 May 
1908, proved in the Principal Registry 
2 March 1909, by Margaret Godman 
Watson, Lord Armstrong, William Noel 
A'illiers and Joseph John Morgan. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234.— George 
Ayscough Armytage, who was Adjutant 
Rifle Depot 16 May 1903 to 15 May 
1906, was appointed Adjutant of Militia 
and Special Reserve 31 March 1908. 



ADDITIONS 



CORRECTIONS. 



ASKWITH. Vol. 15, page 106.— George 
Rankcn Askwith was appointed Comp- 
troller-General of the Commercial, 
Labour and Statistical Departments, 
Board of Trade, 22 February, but dating 
from 22 January 1909, Chairman of the 
Fair Wages Advisory Committee 22 
June 1909 ; created C.B. (Birthday 
Honours) 9 November 1909. He and 
Ellen his wife have issue a daughter, 
Betty Ellen, born at 12 Hans Crescent, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 26 
June, baptised at St. Saviour's, Walton 
Street, Chelsea, 29 July 1909. 

Page 107. — Marian, the wife of 
Robert Askwith, was bom 30 November 
1823 \>wt 1828]. 

Page 1 10. — The Rev. William Askwith 
was appointed Vicar of Balne with 
Pollington, West Riding, co. York, 
1909. 

Page 1 1 1. — The Rev. Charles Askwith 
was appointed Vicar of St. Matthew's, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 1909. 

Page 1 12. — The Rev. Edward Harrison 
Askwith was inducted to the Vicarage 
of Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmoreland, 

27 March 1909. 

ASSHETON. Vol. i, page 71.— The 
Rev. Richard Orme Assheton died at 
44 Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, on 
Thursday, 13 May, and was buried 
at Bilton, co. Warwick, on Tuesday, 
18 May 1909. Will dated 7 January 
1909, with two codicils dated 7 April 
and 29 April 1909, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 July 1909, by 
William Orme Assheton and Nicholas 
Radclyffe Assheton, nephews, the 
Executors. 

Page 72. — Dorothy, 2nd daughter 
of Ralph Assheton, wife of Edward 
Henry Burrows, died at 1 2 Holies Street, 
London, on Sunday, 2 February, and 
was buried at Singleton, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 6 February 1908. Will dated 

28 January 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1182, 1908) I August 1908, by Edward 
Henry Burrows, husband, and Ralph 
Cockayne Assheton, brother. 

Edward Henry Burrows married 2ndly 
at St. Mary's, The Boltons, South Ken- 
sington, on Wednesday, 23 June 1909, 
lone, eldest daughter of Ale.xander James 
Macdonald of Milland Place, co. Sussex. 
He died at Drove House, Singleton, 
aged 58, on Tuesday, 29 March, and 
was buried at Singleton on Friday, 
I April igio. 



ATTREE. Vol. i, page 153. — Colonel 
Frederick \Villiam Town Attree retired 
from the Royal Engineers i January 

i9°5- 

Page 153 {and Addenda, Vol. 2, 
page i.) — -Francis William Wakeford 
Town Attree (son of Frederick William 
Town Attree) entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant Suffolk Regiment 6 February 
1909. 

AUDEN. \'o\. 13, page 170. — The Rev. 
John Ernest Auden was Acting 
Chaplain to the ist Volunteer Battalion 
The King's Shropshire Light Infantry 
April 1902, and was gazetted to the 
Territorial Force i April 1908. 

Page 171. — The Rev. Thomas Auden 
was appointed Proctor in Convocation 
for the Diocese of Hereford 1909. 

Thomas Edward Auden was appointed 
Registrar of the Burton-on-Trent County 
Court 1909. 

Page 173. — The Rev. Walter Douglas 
Auden was appointed Curate of Lickey, 
CO. Worcester, 1909. 

Page 174. — George Augustus Auden 
is now a Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 65.— The 
Hon'''= Harold Fox Pitt Lubbock was 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, and graduated B.A. 1909. 

Page 66. — Henry James Lubbock, 
died at 65 Lowndes Square, London, 
aged 71, on Tuesday, 25 Januar)-, and 
was buried in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 27 January 19 10. Will 
dated 17 December 1908, proved in 
the Principal Registry 18 March 
19 10, by Geoffrey Lubbock, Meysey 
Somerset Turton and Arthur Nevile 
Lubbock, the E.xecutors. 

Page 67. — Sir Nevile Lubbock, 
K.C.M.G., was appointed President of 
the West India Committee 1909. 

Page 67 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page it.) — Geoffrey and Marguerite 
Agaranthe Lubbock have issue a son, 
Peter Geoffrey Lubbock, born at 
Broadoaks, Byfleet, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 10 Januarj', baptised at Byfleet 
27 February 1909. 

Page 67.— The Hon'''= Rolfe Arthur 
Lubbock died at Rowles House, near 
Newbur}', co. Berks, aged 44, on 
Tuesday, 1 1 May, and was buried at 
Chaddleworth, co. Berks, on Saturday, 
15 May 1909. Will dated 3 December 
1908, proved in the Principal Registry 



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ADDITIONS is- CORRECTIONS. 



AVE BURY, continued. 

29 June 1909, by the Hon'''* Ethel 
Turner Lubbock, widow, the sole 
Executrix. 

Page68. — Beaumont William Lubbock 
died at 7 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, 
London, in his 69th year, on Friday, 
19 March, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, on Tuesday, 23 
March 1909. Memorial service at 
St. Anne's, Soho, the same day. Will 
dated 10 June 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 24 April 1909, by 
the Hon'''"^ Rolfe Arthur Lubbock and 
Hugh Nevile Lubbock, the Executors. 

Page 69. — Guy Lubbock was promoted 
Major Royal Engineers 5 April 1909, 
and was appointed Deputy Assistant 
Director of Railways, Headquarters of 
Army, 2 February 1909. 

Page 71. — Amy Myddleton and the 
late Edgar Lubbock, LL.B., have 
further issue a daughter. Marigold 
Rosemary Joyce, born 5 May 1908. 

Percy Lubbock proceeded M.A. of 
King's College, Cambridge, 1906. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 242.— John 
Basil Roland Bacchus was 2nd-class 
Assistant Accountant, Army Accounts 
Department, i May 1905 to 31 December 
1909. 

William Herbert Ogden Bacchus 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
(from Militia) York and Lancaster 
Regiment n December 1907, and was 
promoted Lieutenant 17 April 1909. 

BACK. Vol. 6, page 123. — Eric Percy 
Coventry Back was promoted Captain 
Royal Navy 30 June 1908. 

Page 125. — Lieut. -Colonel Philip 
Edward Back, V.D., retired from 
General Reserve of Officers i February 
1910. 

Page 125 {and Addoida, Vol. 14, 
page Hi.) — Philip Glandford and ^L^de- 
leine Rosal Back have issue a daughter, 
Madeleine Ursula, born at Dunecote, 
Caister-on-Sea, co. Norfolk, 10 August 
1908. 

BAGOT. Vol. 13, page 4. — Constance 
Mary, wife of William Algernon Catejan 
Law, died at 45A Chester Square, 
London, on Thursday, 11 February, 
and was buried at Ashtead, co. Surrey, 
on Monday, 15 February 1909. Will 
dated 10 December 1901, with codicil 
of same date, proved in the Principal 
Registry 29 April 1909, by William 
Algernon Cajetan Law. 



BAGOT, continued. 

1-ranres Anna Mary, widow of Harry 
Richard Reginald Bagot was married at 
the parish church, Rugby, co. Warwick, 
on Wednesday, 3 February 1909, to 
Henry Bennett Ewins-Barwell-Ewins of 
Marston Trussell Hall, co. Northampton 
(eldest son of Benjamin James Dain of 
Whitchurch, co. Salop, by Catherine 
Charlotte his wife, daughter of Harwell 
Ewins Bennett of Marston Trussell 
Hall); born 23 September 1865. 

Page 7. — The Rev. Sidney Charles 
Bagot was appointed Curate-in-Charge 
of Handcomb district of Westham, co. 
Sussex, 19 10. 

BAILEY. Vol. 7, page 50.— Demetrius 
James Sandford Bailey died at Ightham, 
CO. Kent, 22 March 1909, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Ightham. 
Will dated 28 December 1907, with 
codicil dated 23 December 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 25 May 
1909, by Edmund Wyndham Grevis 
Bailey, the sole Executor. 

The Rev. John Walter Ewing died 
at Kearsney, co. Kent, aged 49, on 
Monday, 26 June 1905, and was buried 
in the churchyard at East Langdon, 
CO. Kent. Will dated 15 June 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1069, 1905) 17 
August 1905, by Etheldreda Lavinia 
Margaret Ewing, relict, and Wentworth 
Ewing Cattley, the surviving Executors. 

His widow, Etheldreda Lavinia 
Margaret, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
James Sandford Bailey, was married 
secondly at River, co. Kent, 29 Sep- 
tember 1908, to the Rev. Edward 
I'okhampton, M.A., Rector of Gaws- 
worlh, CO. Chester. 

BAKER. Vol. 7, page 157. — Henry Orde 
Lloyd Baker died at Upton St. Leonard, 
CO. Gloucester, on Monday, 25 October, 
and was buried at Hardwicke, co. Glou- 
cester, 29 October 1909. Will dated 
II May 1909, proved at Gloucester 23 
December 1909, by Arthur Barwick 
Lloyd Baker. 

Michael Granville Lloyd Baker was 
appointed Lieutenant Royal Gloucester- 
shire Hussars Yeomanry 1908. 

Catherine Lascelles Lloyd, 2nd 
daughter of Granville Edwin Lloyd 
Baker, was married at Hardwicke 
on Wednesday, 20 January 1909, to 
Wilfrid Murray-Browne, son of the 
Rev. Charles Chapman Murray-Browne, 
Vicar of Hucclecote, co. Gloucester. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 24.— 
The Rev. Arthur Baring-Gould was 
appointed Vicar of St. Martin, Haverford- 
west, CO. Pembroke, 1908. 

Page 25. — The Rev. Baring Baring- 
Gould was appointed Foreign Secretary', 
Church Missionary Society, 1894, and 
Commissary to the Bishop of Chekiang 
1909. 

Page 26. — Flora Carolme, elder 
daughter of Francis Baring-Gould, was 
married at Merrow, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 28 January 1909, to Edward 
Daubeney Hancock. 

BARKER. Vol. 4, page 4.— Susan Emma, 
3rd daughter of Joseph Chamberlain 
Barker, died 5 March, and was buried 
at Lincoln 10 March 19 10. 

BARKER. Vol. 5, page 26.— Ronald 
William Barker was promoted Lieu- 
tenant in the Army 29 November 190S, 
and transferred to Indian Army 13 
February 1909. 

BARLOW. Vol. 14, page 196.— Sir Hilaro 
William Wellesley Barlow, Baronet, 
Lieut.-Colonel Staff Employ 14 No- 
vember 1905, was promoted Colonel 
by brevet 14 November 1908. 

BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 42.- 
Major Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston, 
Military Attache at Brussels and The 
Hague, 12 March 1902 to 16 May 1906, 
was appointed Second-in-Command, 
Royal Military College, 29 October 1906; 
Colonel by brevet 8 August 1907 ; 
appointed to General Staff, War Office, 
and granted Substantive rank of Colonel 
19 February 1910; Commander of the 
Order of the Sword 1904, of the 
Dannebrog 1904, of the Order of 
Leopold of Belgium 1906; and of the 
Order of St. Olaf of Norway 1906 ; 
received Coronation Medal 1902. 

Page 44. — Samuel John Barrington 
Barnardiston employed with the West 
African Frontier Force 3 April 1909. 

BARNE. Vol. 7, page 159 {and Addenda, 
\'ol. 12, page 5.) — Miles and \'iolet Ella 
Barne have further issue a son, Nigel 
Hugh Barne, born at Sotterley, co. 
Suffolk, on Tuesday, 29 June 1909, 
baptised at Dunwich, co. Suffolk, 22 
August 1909. 

Page 159. — Michael Barne married 
at St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road, South 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 



BARNE, continued. 

12 April 1 910, Marjorie Gwendoline 
Margaret, daughter of Mowbray Gray 
of Wongalee, Surbiton, co. Surrey. 

Seymour Barne was promoted 
Lieutenant 20th Hussars 5 June 1909. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 2.— The Rev. 
Walter George Barry was appointed 
Rector of Baylham, co. Suffolk, 1907. 

Page 4.— The Rev. Ernest Joseph 
Barry was appointed Rector of South 
Milford, West Riding, co. York, 1908. 

Page 7.— The Rt. Rev. Alfred Barry, 
D.D., Canon of St. George's, Windsor, 
formerly Bishop of Sydney, New 
South Wales, and Primate of Australia, 
died at the Cloisters, Windsor Castle, 
aged 84, on Friday, i April, and was 
buried in the Cloisters at Worcester 
Cathedral on Wednesday, 6 April 1910. 
Memorial Service at St. George's Chapel, 
Windsor Castle, the previous day. 

Page 14. — Kenneth Alfred and Helen 
Mary Wolfe-Barry have further issue a 
daughter, Margaret Euphans, bom 
at 4 Embankment Gardens, Victoria 
Embankment, London, on Monday, 
17 January, baptised at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 25 February 1910. 

BARTLETT. Vol. i, page 66 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page it.) — John 
Adams and Ellen Violet Murray Bartlett 
have further issue a son, Francis William 
Bartlett, born at 16 Parkfield Road, 
Liverpool, on Thursday, 21 January, 
baptised at St. Margaret's, Prince's Road, 
Liverpool, on Sunday, 28 February 1909. 
Page 67. — Godfrey Thomas Bartlett, 
B.Sc, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., married at 
St. Anselm's, Pinner, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 14 January 1909, Joan, 
youngest daughter of George Thornton 
Skilbeck of Clonard, Harrow Weald, 
CO. Middlesex, by Ellin his wife. They 
have issue a daughter, Mary Joan, bom 
at 22 Stow Park Avenue, Newport, 
CO. Monmouth, 28 March, baptised at 
St. John's, Newport, 24 April 1910. 

BARTON. Vol. I, page 91.— Henry Alex- 
ander Barton married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Saturday, 
26 February 1910, Rosalind, daughter of 
Robert Cox of Gorgie, Edinburgh, M.P. 
Lilian Sara, daughter of John Everard 
Barton, and wife of Thomas Needham 
Wilson, died at Bitterne, co. Hants, 
in her 45th year, on Monday, i March 
1909. 



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ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 8 {and Addenda, 
/iiXc' /.) -Arthur Henry and Florence 
Adelaide Battye have further issue a 
daughter, Georgina Sylvia, born at 47 
Earl's Court Square, Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 10 January, baptised 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, on 
Wednesday, 23 February 19 10. 

Page 8. — Major-General Arthur Battye, 
C.B., died at Rialto, Chelston Grove, 
Torquay, on Sunday, 13 June, and was 
buried at Torquay 16 June 1909. 
Administration w;is granted at the 
Principal Registry 30 July 1909, to 
Montague McPherson Battye of 19 
Castleyard, Windsor Castle, retired 
Lieut.-Colonel H.M. Army, brother. 

Page 9. — Arthur Baldwyn Battye, 
Captain Indian Army, married at St. 
Mary's, Paddington, London, 2 July 
1904, Wilhelmina, 2nd daughter of 
Sir William Bowyer-Smijth, 1 ith Baronet, 
by Eliza Fechnie his 2nd wife, only 
daughter of David Baird Malcolm of 
CriefT, co. Perth. 

Page 10. — Miriam Jane MrCheyne, 
elder daughter of Legh Richmond 
Battye, was married at Cardiff, co. 
Glamorgan, 17 October 1901, to Edward 
de Grey Bowyer-Smijth (younger son of 
Sir William Bowyer-Smijth, i ith Baronet, 
M.P., by Marianne Frances his ist wife, 
2nd daughter of Sir Henry Meux, 
I St Baronet, of Theobald's Park, co. 
Hertford) ; born 8 June 1846. 

Naomi Wycliffe, younger daughter 
of Legh Richmond Battye, was 
married at St. Mary's, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 3 Ajiril 1909, to 
Louis Meredith Howard, eldest son of 
Rice Meredith Howard, D.C.L., Barrister 
and Registrar of the City of Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Captain Natal Forces (retired). 
BEAZLEY. Vol. 10, page 148.— John 
Roland Beazley was gazetted 2nd 
Lieutenant 3rd (Special Reserve) Bat- 
talion Royal Welsh Fusiliers 29 
December 1909. 
BENDALL. Vol. 15, page 46. — Rupert 
Planche and Ethel Gladys May Bendall 
have further issue a daughter, Nancy 
Planche, born at Byworth, Roehampton, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, 1 7 October, 
baptised at Roehampton on Saturday, 
13 November 1909. 

Page 48. — Gladys Filder, only child 
of Walter Cecil Bendall, was married at 
the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London, on 
Thursday, 7 April 1910, to Herbert 
Bristowe Fletcher, eldest son of Albert 
Fletcher of Caterham Valley, co. Surrey. 



BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 11 3.— 
IredL-nck I'ldward Grey Ponsonby, 
C.V.O., retired from the Grenadier 
Guards, with rank of Lieut.-Colonel, 
26 September 1908. 

Page 114. — Arthur Augustus William 
Harry Ponsonby was elected M.P. for 
the Stirling Burghs 1908, and 19 10. 

Page 116. — Robert Charles Ponsonby 
died, aged 55, on Tuesday, 16 November, 
and was buried in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, on Thursday, 18 
November 1909. Will dated 19 July 

1908, proved in the Principal Registry 
14 December 1909, by George Arthur 
Ponsonby, the sole lixecutor. 

Page 1 1 6 {a/id Addenda, Vol. / j, 
pa^^e iv.) — George Arthur and Sheila 
Ponsonby have issue a daughter, 
Rosamond Mary, born on Monday, 
17 December 1906. 

Page 116. — The Hon**'' Cyril Myles 
Brabazon Ponsonby was promoted 
AL\'.0. (4th-class) April 1909. 

Page 1 1 7. — The Hon**'' Gerald Henry 
Brabazon Ponsonby died on Monday, 
30 November 1908. Will dated 24 
May 1902, with five codicils dated 
21 June 1904 to 30 July 1908, proved 
in the I'rincipal Registry 6 January 

1909, by the Hon*"'' Lady Maria Emma 
Katherine Ponsonby, relict, and Geral- 
dine Sarah, Countess of Mayo, daughter, 
the Executrixes. 

The Hon''''= Bertie Brabazon Ponsonby 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 
1909. 

BIDDELL. Vol. 3, page 99.— The Rev. 
Herman Masterman Biddell proceeded 
M.A. of St. Catherine's College, Cam- 
bridge, 3 November 1907 ; Curate of 
St. Matthew's, F'ulham, co. Middlesex, 
1 900- 1 902, of Christ Church, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, 1902-1907, and 
of St. Luke's, Mill wall, co. Middlesex, 
I December 1907-1910. 

BLACKBURNE. Vol. ro, page 142.— 
Harriet Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of John 
Ireland Blackbume, died at Rooks 
Hill, FVensham, co. Surrey, aged 94, 
on Thursday, 26 August 1909. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 125.— 
Edward Stanley Ashburner Boddington 
died at Bombay, India, aged 29, on 
Sunday, 20 February 1910, and was 
buried at Bombay the same day. 

Page 126. — Vincent Coke Boddington 
graduated B.A. of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 17 December 1908. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



BODINGTON. Vol. 14, page 120.— 
Margaret Ella, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. Herbert James Bodington, was 
married at Upton Grey, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 21 October 1909, to Frank 
Rooper Uakeyne of Matugama, Ceylon, 
eldest son of Colonel Henry Dakeyne, 
Indian Army, by Constance his wife, 
daughter of William Trevor Rooper, 
Captain Rifle Brigade. 

The Rev. Eric James Bodington 
was appointed Chaplain (4th-class) 4th 
Battalion Wiltshire Regiment i April 
1908. 

BOGGIS-ROLFE. Vol. 7, page 120.— 
Douglass Horace Boggis-Rolfe of 22 
Victoria Square, London, married at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, on 
Tuesday, 29 June 1909, Maria Maud, 
only daughter of Christopher WiUiam 
Bailey of Moorock, King's County, by 
Elizabeth Ada Mary his \Vife, 2nd 
daughter of Henry Matthew Smythe of 
Barbavilla, co. Westmeath {see ^'Visitation 
of Ireland" Vol. 5, page 21) ; born at 
Moorock 15 April 1880. 

BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 66.— Arthur 
Paul Boissier married at Whippingham, 
Isle of ^^'ight, on Thursday, 30 De- 
cember 1909, Dorothy Christina Leslie, 
4th daughter of the Rev. Clement 
Smith, Rector of Whippingham and 
Canon of Windsor. 

Agnes Marian, only daughter of the 
Rev. Frederick Scobell Boissier, was 
married at Denby, co. Derby, 9 Sep- 
tember 1909, to Richard Holland of 
Ashbourne, co. Derby, Solicitor. 

HOLDING. Vol. 8, page 73.— Mary 
Savage, widow of George Frederick 
Bolding, died at 224 Hagley Road, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, in her 74th 
year, on Monday, 21 December, and 
was buried at King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, 24 December 1908. Will 
dated 18 August 1905, proved at 
Birmingham 27 January 1909, by John 
Frederick Bolding and James Beverley 
Hargreave. 

BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 149.— John 
Henry Bourne, Lieutenant 77th (The 
East Middlesex Regiment) Foot ; died, 
aged 29, on Friday, 9 May 1873. 

The Rev. John Bury Bourne, only 
son of the above. Curate of Lee-on-the- 
Solent, CO. Hants, married at Holy 
Rood Church, Southampton, on Mon- 
day, 6 September 1909, Alice Arabella, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. Canon Shea 
of Glenageary, co. Dublin. 



BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2 {and Addenda, 
I'ol. 12, page via.) — John Frederick 
Edward and Mary Bowring have further 
issue a son, Christopher George Arthur 
Bowring, born at Woodlands, Ascot, 
CO. Berks, on Saturday, 20 March, 
baptised at Ascot 20 April 1909. 

Page 3. — Charles Calvert Bowring, 
Treasurer East African Protectorate 
1901, Member Executive and Legislative 
Councils 1907, C.M.G. 1908, married 
at Nairobi, East Africa, on Thursday, 
6 May 1909, Ethel Dorothy, daughter 
of (t. K. Watts, Commissioner of Public 
Works, East Africa. 

Humphrey Wykeham Bowring was 
promoted Commander Royal Navy 30 
June 1906. 

Walter Andrew Bowring married at 
All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, London, 
on Wednesday, 3 November 1909, 
Nita Maud, daughter of John Edwards 
Werge Howey of Pyt House, Tisbury, 
CO. Wilts, Major Bengal Infantry. 

Page 4. — Lewin Bentham Bowring 
died at Woodlands, Torquay, in his 
86th year, on Friday, 14 January, and 
was buried at Torquay 19 January 19 10. 
Will dated 5 June 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 8 February 1910, by 
Wilfrid Joseph Bowring and Oswin 
John Charlton, two of the Executors. 

Page 5 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page via.) — Philip Francis and Martha 
(Patty) Hide Bowring had further issue a 
daughter, Katharine Lorna, who died at 
Marikuppam, Mysore, India, aged i year 
and 3 months, on Sunday, 25 July 1909. 

Page 6. — Francis Stephen Bowring 
was promoted Captain Indian Army 
14 March 19 10. 

BOYD. Vol. 8, page 163. — George 
Fenwick Boyd died at Moor House, 
Leamside, co. Durham, aged 59, on 
Tuesday, 6 April, and was buried at 
\Vest Rainton, co. Durham, on Friday, 
9 April 1909. 

Hester, 3rd daughter of George 
Fenwick Boyd, was married at West 
Rainton on Tuesday, 12 October 1909, 
to Kenneth George Haig, only son of 
Alexander Haig of 7 Brook Street, 
London, M.D. 

BRADNEY. Vol. i, page 3.— John 
Harford Bradney was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant Duke of Cornwall's Light 
Infantry 22 May 1909. 

Edward Bradney entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
20 September 1909. 



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ADDITIONS (r CORRECTIONS. 



BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 60. — Lord 
i;r;isscy was appointed Hon. Colonel 
5th Battalion (Cinque Ports) Royal 
Sussex Regiment 1908. 

Page 61. — Thomas Allnutt Brassey, 
Mayor of Be.xhill 1908, received the 
Territorial Officers' Decoration 1909. 

Page 68. — Edgar Hugh Bra.ssey was 
appointed M.V.O. (4th-class) 7 July 
i()Oq. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 13, page 20.— Helen 
Agnes, 2nd daughter of the Rev. James 
George Brewster, died at Rosettenville, 
Johannesburg, South Africa, in her 
34th year, on Tuesday, 25 January 
1910. 

Page 2!.— Lieut. -Colonel Frederic 
William Brewster died at Fawe Park 
Road, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 6 February, and was buried 
in Streatham Cemetery, co. Surrey, 1 1 
February 1909. 

David William Brewster married at St. 
Peter's, Bayswater, London, on Saturday, 
2 April 1 9 10, Marcie, youngest daughter 
of John Alcock of Cambridge Gardens, 
London, and of Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

BRINE. Vol. 4 page 18. — The Rev. 
George Augustus Brine died at Beech- 
grove, Honilon, co. Devon, aged 70, 
on Sunday, 27 February, and was 
buried at Honiton 3 March 19 10. 

The Rev. James Edward Bouverie 
Brine was appointed Vicar of Horton 
with Studley, co. Oxford, January 1909. 

Page 22. — Frederick George Brine 
was promoted Commander Royal Navy 
31 December 1906. 

BRITTON. Vol. 2, pages 78 and 115.— 
Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, 
President of the British Numismatic 
Society 1904- 1908, Director 1909, and 
again President for 19 10. 

BROADLEY. Vol. 8, page 87.— Eveline 
Augusta, wife of Robert Broadley of 
Elleray, Putney, co. Surrey, died at 
Elleray, on Thursday, 20 August 1908. 
Will dated 24 April 1908, with codicil 
dated 28 April 1908, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 3 10, 1908) 3 September 1908, 
by Robert Broadley and Robert 
Alexander Longman Broadley, the 
Executors. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 144.— 
The Rev. Clement Edmund Royds 
Brocklebank was ordained Priest by the 
Bishop of London 14 June 1908. 



BROOKE. Vol. I, page 78 {and Addenda, 
I'ti!. IS, page vi.) — Robert Astur Ingham 
Brooke was baptised at the parish 
church, Halifax, co. York, i October 
1900. Grace Desir^e Ingham was 
baptised at Sliema, Malta, 28 February 
1904 ; children of Major Christopher 
Robert Ingham and Irene Spencer 
Brooke. 

Page 80. — John Weston Brooke, 
Member Geographical Society, was 
killed in South-West China, aged 28, 

24 December 1908. 

Robert Weston Brooke of The Grice, 
Kirkburton, co. York, married at Glass, 
CO. Aberdeen, on Tuesday, i June 
1909, Margery Jean, youngest daughter 
of Alexander Geddes of Blairmore, 
Hunlly, CO. Aberdeen. 

BROWN. Vol. 2, page 28.— The Rev. 
Ernest William Brown was appointed 
Rector of Bedstone, co. Salop, 6 
January 1906. 

BRUNKER. Vol. 10, page 114.— Ann, 
wife of Colonel Howard Molyneux 
Edward Brunker, died at Famborough, 
CO. Hants, on Monday, 13 September 
1909, and was buried at Aldershot {see 
Pedigree of Thomas, Vol. 6, page 48). 

Page 115. — James Robert Brunker 
was promoted Captain in the Army 
4 May 1907, and of the Indian Army 

25 June 1909. 

Page 1 1 5 {and Addenda, Vol. 11, 
page iv.) — Edward George and Louie 
Elizabeth Brunker have further issue a 
daughter. Sheila Jeannette, born at 
Milverton, Palewell Park, East Sheen, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 28 December 
1908, baptised at Christ Church, East 
Sheen, 7 February 1909. 

Page 116. — I.ieut. -Colonel Capel 
Molyneux Brunker was promoted 
Colonel by brevet, Lancashire Fusiliers, 
24 June 1909. 

BURKE. Vol. 3, page 45.— Harold Arthur 
Burke was Master of the Skinners' 
Company 1906-1907, and is a Ciovernor 
of Sir Andrew Judd's F'oundation and 
Skinners' Schools. 

BURY. Vol. 9, page 113.— The Rev. 
Irancis Octavius Philpott died at the 
Rectory, Little Marcie, co. Hereford, on 
Christmas Day 1909. Will dated 5 
F^ebruary 1890, proved in the Principal 
Registry 5 April 1910, by Harriette 
Jane Philpott, relict, and the Rev. 
Octavius Philpott, the Executors. 



ADDITIONS ^ CORRECTIONS. 



BURY, continued. 

Page 115. — Lucy Louisa, elder 
daughter of Percival Bury, was married 
at Hyde, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 
14 July 1909, as his 3rd wife, to the 
Rev. Vera Awdry (gth son of Sir John 
Wither Awdry of Notton House, co. 
Wilts, J.P., D.L., by Frances Ellen 
his 2nd wife, 2nd daughter of the 
Rt. Rev. Thomas Carr, Bishop of 
Bombay) ; bom at Notton 14 October 
1854; educated at Chichester; Vicar of 
Broad Hinton, co. Wilts, 1891-94, and 
of Ampfield, co. Hants, 1894. He 
married istly at the parish church. 
Beckenham, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
3 August 1887, Margaret Emily, 
only daughter of Frederick Man of 
Copehurst, Beckenham, who died at 
Southwick, Trowbridge, co. Wilts, aged 
29, on Saturday, 18 May 1889 ; and 
2ndly at St. John-the-Evangelist, Upper 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 27 October 1891, Mary Louisa, 
only daughter of Edward Desborough 
Man of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 

Page ri8. — The Rev. Guy Francis 
Bury of Lincoln College, Oxford, 
B.A. July 1908, IVLA. July 1909, 
ordained Deacon 1908, Priest 1909, by 
the Bishop of Oxford; appointed Curate 
of Christ Church, Reading, co. Berks, 
December 1908. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 76.— Rear-Admiral 
Paul Warner Bush, Commanded 
Portsmouth Division, Home Fleet, 
1 908- 1 909; was appointed Commander 
Legion of Honour 1909. 



CARR. Vol. 7, pages 123 and 126. — 
Emily Blanche (Lady of the Manor of 
Rotherhithe), wife of Francis Culling 
Carr-Gomm, died suddenly at The 
Chase, Famham Royal, co. Buckingham, 
in her 60th year, on Tuesday, 4 May, 
buried at Famham Royal on Saturday, 
8 May 1909. Will dated 16 November 
1904, \vith codicil dated 22 August 
1908, proved in the Principal Registry 
15 June 1909, by Francis Culling Carr- 
Gomm, the sole Executor. 

Francis Culling Carr-Gomm received 
the Volunteer Officers' Decoration 1909. 

Page 123. — Henry Morton Carr died 
at 49 Beauchamp Road, Clapham, co. 
Surrey, in his 58th year, on Thursday, 
31 December 1908, and was cremated at 
Woking, the remains being subsequently 



CARR, continued. 

deposited at Teddington, co. Middlesex. 
Administration (with will dated 30 
November 1897) was granted at the 
Principal Registry 6 March 1909, to 
Arthur Newman, the lawful attorney of 
William Ernest Beazley, sole Executor. 

Thomas William Carr died at Virden, 
Manitoba, Canada, aged 48, on Tues- 
day, 2 March, and was buried at Virden 
5 March 1909. Will dated 23 August 
1903, with codicil dated 28 September 
1908, proved in Canada. 

Page 127. — Hubert William Culling 
Carr-Gomm was appointed J. P. for co. 
Buckingham 1909. 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 162.— 
Henry John Carr was promoted Vice- 
Admiral i January 1901, and Admiral 
16 June 1904. 

Page 163. — Frederick Ralph Carr, 
a retired Lieutenant of the Royal 
Navy and Hon. Colonel ist Devonshire 
Volunteer Artillery, died at Lympstone, 
CO. Devon, aged 65, on Friday, 27 
November 1908. Will dated 20 April 
1905, proved at Exeter 15 December 

1908, by Henry John Carr, retired 
Admiral R.N., and the Rev. Charles 
Ridley Carr, brother, the Executors. 

Page 164. — Edward William Carr 
died at Heathlands, Longcross, co. 
Surrey, aged 60, on Friday, 15 January 

1909, and was buried at Longross. 
Will dated i March 1897, proved in the 
Principal Registry 12 February 1909, 
by Henry John Carr, the surviving 
Executor. 

CARTHEW. Vol. 8, page 7.— Colonel 
Ranulphus John Carthew was appointed 
to General Reserve of Officers 23 
June 1909. 

CASS. Vol. I, page 115. — Charles 
Herbert Davis Cass was promoted Sub- 
stantive Major Worcestershire Regiment 
27 August 1902, retired 6 July 1904; 
served in South African War 1899-1902 
(mentioned in despatches " London 
Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's 
medal with three clasps. King's medal 
with two clasps, D.S.O. 26 September 
1901) ; J. P. for CO. Cardigan 1908. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 48. — Godfrey 
Ernest Castle was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant 3rd West Lancashire Brigade 
Royal Field Artillery 11 January 19 10; 
admitted a Solicitor i February 1910. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



CASTLE, continued. 

Horace Guthrie Castle married at 
Kilpeacon, co. Limerick, on Thursday, 
1 6 September 1909, Lilian Georgina, 
3rd daughter of Sir Alexander (William) 
Shaw of Derravoher, Limerick, J. P., by 
Eleanor his wife, 2nd daughter of 
William Gough-Gubbins of Castle Troy, 
CO. Limerick ; bom at Roxboro, 
Limerick, 8 ^L1y 1884. 

CAVE- BROWNE-CAVE. Vol. n, 
page 154. — Louisa Uilmot, widow of 
Colin Minton Campbell, died at 84 
Queen's Gate, Kensington, London, on 
Monday, 9 August, and was buried in 
Hartshill Cemetery, Stoke-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, on Saturday, 14 August 1909. 
Will dated 20 December 1905, with two 
codicils dated 5 March 1897 and 20 
November 1908, proved in the Principal 
Registry 22 September 1909, by the 
Rev. Herbert Ernest Campbell, John 
Campbell and John England Tunnicliffe, 
the Executors. 

Page 156. — Margaret Wilmot, younger 
daughter of William Cave-Browne-Cave, 
was married at Harborne, co. Stafford, 
3 January 1906, to the Rev. Hubert 
Bernard Drew (eldest son of George 
Bernard Drew, Barrisler-at-Law); born at 
16 Durham Terrace, Westbourne Park, 
London, on Friday, 4 August 1871 ; 
educated at Haileybury and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 October 
1890, aged 19, B.A. 1893, M.A. 1894; 
Vicar of Sutton-on-the-Forest, co. York, 
1903; Domestic Chaplain to the Earl 
of Feversham. 

Page 157. — Henry Meyrick Cave- 
Browne-Cave was promoted Engineer 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 1 May 1909. 

Page 159. — William Astley Cave- 
Browne-Cave, undergraduate at Oxford, 
fell out of a punt while boating on the 
Upper River at Oxford and was drowned 
I July 1908. 

Page 160. — Reginald Ambrose Cave- 
Browne-Cave retired as Captain Royal 
Navy 10 June 1907. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i, page 134.— 
Alwyn Lionel Compton Cavendish 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Rifle Brigade 4 December 1909. 

Page 136. — The Hon'''' Caroline 
Fanny, V.A. (only daughter of General 
the Hon'''= Henry Frederick Compton 
Cavendish), Extra Maid of Honour to 
Queen Victoria; died at 72 Oakfield 
Road, Stroud Green, co. Middlesex, 



CAVENDISH, continued. 

aged 83, on Tuesday, 25 January, 
buried in Highgate Old Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 31 January 
1910. Will dated 17 January 1908, 
proved in the Princi|)al Registr)' 26 
P'ebruary 1910, by Henry Frederick 
Compton Cavendish and Alfred John 
Howard, the Executors. 

CHAMPNEYS. Vol. 10, page 51 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page At'.) — Amian 
Lister and Mary Constance Champneys 
have issue a daughter, Marjorie, bom 
at Malvern House, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford, on Tuesday, 14 April, baptised 
at St. Albans Cathedral 11 May 1908. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 62 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page via.) — Walter Lucas and 
Rosa Edith Chance have issue a 
daughter, Vivien Rose, born at 146 
Hagley Road, Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
on Thursday, 4 NLirch, baptised at 
Great Alne, co. Warwick, 1 1 April 
1909. 

Noel Richard Lucas and Laura 
Myrtle Chance have issue a son, Peter 
Richard Lucas Chance, born at Finedon, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, on Friday, 4 June, 
baptised at Great Alne 1 1 July 1909. 

Page 68 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xvi.) — Frederick William Chance, 
M.P., married 2ndly at Plumbland, co. 
Cumberland, on Thursday, 31 December 
1908, Josephine, youngest daughter of 
Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Baronet, M.P., by 
Mary his wife, 3rd daughter of Joseph 
Pocklington-Senhouse of Netherhall, co. 
Cumberland ; born at i Grosvenor 
Crescent, London, on Monday, 29 June 
1874. 

Page 70. — Arent Schuyler [de Peyster] 
Chance, married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Thursday, 
1 6 December 1909, Phyllis Marion 
Elsie, only daughter of George Owen 
of Machen, co. Monmouth. 

Page 71. — Oswald Kesteven Chance, 
Captain 5th (Royal Irish) l.ancers, 
married at Rougham, co. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 4 March 1909, Fanny Isabel, 
2nd twin daughter of George William 
Agnew of Rougham Hall, near Bury 
St. Edmund's, co. Suffolk, M.P., J. P., 
by Fanny his wife younger daughter 
of John Stuart Bolton of Oulton 
Hall, Aylsham, co. Norfolk ; bom at 
the Poplars, Eccles, co. Lancaster, on 
Friday, i October 1880. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



CHANCE, continued. 

Page 71 (a/td Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vii.) — Kenneth Macomb and 
Muriel Clara Chance have further 
issue a son, John Anthony Chance, 
born at 14 Cornwall Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, on Wednesda)-, 23 
June, baptised at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 23 July 1909. 



CHASE. Vol. 5, page 75-— The Rev. 
Charles Henry Chase was appointed 
Perpetual Curate of Woodbury-Salterton, 
CO. Devon, 15 September 1909. 

Una Theodora, only daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Henry Chase, was married 
at Holy Trinity, Woodbury-Salterton, 
on Wednesday, 29 September 1909, to 
James Kemp White (son of John 
White) ; of Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1886, 
B.A. 1889. 

The Rev. Cyril Francis Chase, B.A. 
of Pembroke College, Cambridge, was 
ordained Deacon 1 909 by the Bishop of 
Winchester and appointed Curate of 
St. Deny's, Portswood, Southampton, 
1909. 

Page 76. — The Rt. Rev. Frederic 
Henry Chase, Bishop of Ely, was 
appointed Hon. Fellow of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, 1904, and of 
Queen's College, Cambridge, 1906. 

The Rev. Frederic AUiston Chase, 
Vicar of Fincham St. Martin and Rector 
of Fincham St. Michael, co. Norfolk, 

1908, married at Ridlington, co. 
Rutland, on Wednesday, 20 January 

1909, Ella Margaret, youngest daughter 
of Thomas Edwards Parker of Streatham, 
CO. Surrey. 

Page 76 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page via.) — Charles Allen and Ruth 
Murly Chase have issue a daughter, 
Barbara Ruth, bom at Summersdale, 
Chichester, co. Sussex, on Monday, 
15 November, baptised at St. Peter 
the Great, Chichester, 21 December 
1909. 

Page 77. — The Rev. William St. 
John Chase was appointed Rector of 
Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, 
1907. 

The Rev. Edward Selwyn Chase, 
Superintendent, Church of England 
Boys' Industrial Farm School, Apollo 
Bay, Victoria, Australia, 1 906-1 90S, 
was appointed Minister of parochial 
district of Panton Hill, Victoria, 1908. 



CLAPTON. Vol. 10, page 9.— Edward 
Clapton, \LD., died at Towercroft, 
Eltham Road, Lee, co. Kent, aged 79, 
on Tuesday, 28 September, and was 
buried at Stamford, co. Lincoln, on 
Saturday, 2 October 1909. Memorial 
service at St. Margaret's, Lee, the same 
day. Will dated 21 July 1908, proved 
in the Principal Registry 29 October 
1909, by the Rev. Edward Louis 
Churchill Clapton, the sole Executor. 

May Vivian, wife of the Rev. Edward 
Louis Churchill Clapton, died at the 
Rectory, Lee, aged 42, on Monday, 
21 June, and was buried at Stamford 
on Friday, 25 June 1909, after service 
at St. Margaret's, Lee. 

Page 10. — The Rev. Ernest Clapton 
was inducted to the Vicarage of Christ 
Church, Hatherden, co. Hants, 26 July 
1909. 

Page II. — Alice, younger daughter 
of William Clapton, was married at 
Canterbury, co. Kent, on Saturday, 

7 April 1906, to Edward George 
Pearson of Summerfield, Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent. 

Page 12. — Esther, youngest daughter 
of Henry Clapton, was married at 
Widcombe Baptist Chapel, co. Somer- 
set, 20 September 1909, to the Rev. 
John William Bailey of Southwick, 
CO. Wilts. 

CLAY. Vol. I, page 70 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xvii.) — \ViUiam Henry 
Christy and Constance Mary Clay have 
further issue a daughter. Cicely Mary, 
born at Castle Hill, Duffield, co. Derby, 
on All Saints' Day, Monday, i November 

1909, baptised at Duffield 1 January 

1 9 10. 

CLAY. Vol. 14, page 82. — Mary, daughter 
of Sir William Clay, Baronet, and 
widow of John Walrond Clarke, died 
17 December 1907. 

Page 83. — Enmia Georgiana Christina, 
daughter of Sir William Clay, Baronet, 
and widow of Horatio Mansfield of 
^^'oodlands Lodge, Totton, co. Hert- 
ford, died at 16 Egerton Terrace, 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, aged 78, on 
Tuesday, 24 November 1908. 

Page 85. — George Felix Ne\"ille and 
Rachel Clay have further issue a son, 
Henry Felix Clay, born at West Heath, 
Limpsfield, co. Surrey, on Monday, 

8 February, 1909. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



COCKERELL. Vol. lo, page 34.— Henri- 
etta Francos, widow of John Cockerel!, 
died at Craigyr-Haul, Castleton, aged 
73, on Wednesday, 6 October 1909. 
Will dated 15 October 1896, proved 
in the Principal Registry 31 January 
1910, by John Pepys Cockerell, son, 
and Geoffrey U'arburton, son-in-law, 
the Executors. 

Page 41. — Madeleine Barbara, wife 
of the Rev. Louis Arthur Cockerell, 
died at St. Leonard 's-on-Sea, aged 71, 
on Friday, 12 ^L-lrch 1909 

I^wrence Homan Mulock Pepys 
Cockerell, who was employed with the 
Egyptian Army 3 November 1903 to 
14 November 1905, was promoted 
Captain Royal Berkshire Regiment 
6 November 1908. He married at 
Christ Church, Lausanne, Switzerland, 
on Friday, 29 January 1909, Florence 
Octavia, widow of John Wright of 
Duncdin, New Zealand. 

COLLIER. Vol. I, page 56.— The Rev. 
Charles Gilbert Brown was installed 
3rd Cursal Prebendary 2 November 
1897, and Prebendary of St. Nicholas 
Penffors and Canon Residentiary in 
St. David's Cathedral, 17 January 1908. 

Page 57 (and Addenda^ Vol. 2, 
page iii.) — Percival Porritt Collier was 
gazetted 5 October 1909, 2nd Lieutenant 
2nd West Riding Field Company West 
Riding Divisional Engineers. 

Page 57 {tind Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page VII. } — The Rev. Carus Vale antl 
Olivia Chambers Collier have further 
issue a daughter, Elizabeth Rachel, bom 
at East Harlsey Parsonage, co. York, 
31 August, baptised at East Harlsey 
2; September 1909. 

COLLIER. Vol. 3, page 74.— The Rev. 
Charles Bernard Grey Collier, M.A. 
University College, Oxford, Curate of 
St. Andrew's, West Hillingdon, co. 
Middlesex, 1907-1908, was appointed 
Chaplain of Byculla, Bombay, India, 
1 90S. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, P-ige 113— The Rev. 
John Ferdinando Collins died at the 
Vicarage, Charlton, co. Wilts, aged 72, 
on Monday, 10 January, and was buried 
at Charlton on Thursday, 13 January 
1910. Memorial Tablet in Lockinge 
Church, CO. Berks. Will dated 17 
November 1908, with codicil dated 
8 January 19 10, proved in the Principal 
Registry 5 April 19 10, by Charles 
Forbes Moir, the sole Executor. 



COLLINS, continued. 

I'age 115. — Leopold George Arthur 
Collins married at St. Stephen's, South 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 19 
October 1909, Ruth, younger daughter 
of .Alfred Seymour, Captain Rifle Brigade. 

COLLYER. Vol. 9, page 18.— William 
Robert Collyer of Hackford Hall, 
Reepham, co. Norfolk, was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Norfolk 1907. 

John Johnston Collyer, Captain Cape 
Mounted Rifles (South African medal), 
married at Alice, Cape Colony, i July 

1903, Hilda, daughter of M. H. Quinn. 
'I'hey have issue two daughters, Nellie 
Rochford, born at Alice, Cape Colony, 
26 May 1904, baptised there, and Freda 
Falconar, Ijom at King \\illiam's Town, 
Cape Colony, i April 1906, bajnised 
there. 

George Falconar Collyer, Captain 
4th Volunteer Battalion East Surrey 
Regiment, Hon. Captain in the Army 
(South .African medal), married at the 
Cathedral, Shanghai, China, 29 October 

1904, Guendolyne, daughter of Robert 
Thorburn of Birkenhead, co. Chester. 

Roger Messenger Monsey Collyer, 
Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve (South 
African medal), married at St. Stephen's, 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, 30 November 
1909, Maud, daughter of Byron Noel 
of Ockham, co. Surrey. 

Page 19. — D'Arcy Bedingfeld Collyer 
was promoted Lieut.-Colonel 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment 
17 August 1906. 

Page 20. — Mary, younger daughter 
of the Ven*"'^ Daniel Collyer was married 
at Wilsford, co. Lincoln, 5 .April 1904, 
to Philip Connard ; born at Blackpool, 
CO. Lancaster ; Member of the New 
English Art Club. 

COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 145.— Jeremiah 
Colman of Gatton Park, co. Surrey, 
(only son of Sir Jeremiah Colman, 
Baronet) was appointed J. P. for co. 
Surrey, June 1909. 

COLYER. Vol. 13, page 47.— Elizabeth 
Jane, widow of Charles Colyer, died 
suddenly at East Dene, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, on Thursday, 15 .April, 
and was buried at Crayford, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 20 April 1909. 
Will dated 21 December 1907, proved 
in the Principal Registry 28 July 1909, 
by Catherine Colyer, sister, and Ernest 
Henry Colyer, the Executors. 



ADDITIONS cr CORRECTIONS. 



COMBER. Vol. 7, page 148 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page v.) — Janet 
Frances Hartley, wife of Edward 
Comber of Karachi, India, died at the 
Hotel Burdon, \Veymouth, co. Dorset, 
after landing from Bombay on Sunday, 
7 March, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, i r 
March 1909. Will dated 12 December 

1905, proved in the Principal Registry 
5 May 1909, by Edith Lamphier, sister, 
the sole Executrix. 

Page 148. — Frank Wandesforde 
Comber graduated B.A. of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1902. 

Page 149. — Henry William Comber 
of Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1902, 
M.A. 1906, ordained Deacon 1904 
and Priest 1905, by the Bishop of 
Chester; Curate of St. Oswald's, Chester, 

1906, and of Odd Rode, co. Chester, 
1904-1906. 



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COMBER. Vol. 14, page 23. — Mabel 
Louisa, younger daughter of George 
Mervyn Comber, Commander R.N., was 
married at St. Stephen's, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 1 1 
August 1909, to Frederick Griffiths of 
Edstone Hall, ^^'ootton Wawen, co. 
Warwick, son of the Rev. Frederick 
William Griffiths, Vicar of Coal Pit 
Heath, Bristol. 



COMBER. Page 16 of present volume. — 
Blanche Ethel, 5th daughter of Thomas 
Denison Comber of Sudbury Lodge, 
Sudbury, co. Middlesex, was married 
at Christ Church, Montpelier Place, 
London, on Thursday, 7 November 
1907, to Joseph Carl Bayer of Vienna 
(son of Captain Joseph Bayer, HI 
Dragoon Guards, by Maria his wife, 
daughter of Dr. Ferenzz von Gaugel of 
Estergomm, Hungary); born at Salzburg, 
Austria, 2 November 1874. 

CONDER. Vol. I, page 18.— Edward 
Conder of Terry Bank, Kirkby Lons- 
dale, CO. Westmorland and of New 
Court, Colwall, co. Hereford, Lord of 
the Manor of Kilcot, co. Gloucester, 
died at Colwall, in his 8ist year, 
7 February, and was buried at Man- 
sergh, CO. Westmorland, 1 1 February 
1910. Will dated 3 April 1908. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 18.— Athelstan 
Monro Coode employed on Survey Duty 
East -Africa Protectorate g May 1909. 



COODE, continued. 

Page 18. — Donald Russell Coode 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 27 July 1905, promoted 
Lieutenant 27 July 1908. 

Page 21. — Francis Trevenen Coode, 
Executive Engineer Public Works 
Department, Lucknow, India, died at 
Trevama, St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 
aged 33, on Thursday, i April, and was 
buried at St. Austell 3 April 1909. Will 
dated 27 March 1909, proved at Bodmin 
24 July 1909, by William Melville Coode. 

COODE. Vol. II, page 114.— Barbara 
Cecil, younger daughter of John Charles 
Coode of 19 Freeland Road, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, was married at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, Calcutta, India, on Saturday, 
5 December 1908, to Arthur Windsor, 
2nd son of Charles \Vindsor of Banbury, 
CO. Oxford. 

COODE. Vol. 12, page 147. — Elizabeth 
Rushton, only surviving daughter of 
Vice-Admiral Trevenen Penrose Coode, 
died at Denbury House, Newton 
Abbot, CO. Devon, on Sunday, 2 1 March 
1909. Will dated 3 February 1892, 
proved in the Principal Registry 9 July 
1909, by Henry Penrose Prance, the 
sole Executor. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 130 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page v.) — Bryan and 
Annie Cookson have further issue a 
daughter, Sarah Cordelia, born at 
7 Imber Park Road, Esher, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 24 November, baptised at 
St. Maurice's, York, 30 December 1908. 

COOKSON. Vol. 8, page 49.— Frances 
Anne, only daughter of the Rev. 
Francis Thomas Cookson, died at 
Headingley, co. York, 10 March 1910. 

COTTON. Vol. 10, page 70.— The Rev. 
James Stapleton Cotton was appointed 
Rural Dean of Nantwich, co. Chester, 
I January 1908. 

The Rev. Frederick Arthur Stapleton 
Cotton, graduated B.A. of Selwyn 
College, Cambridge, 1905 ; appointed 
Curate of Witton, co. Chester, 1 1 June 
1909. 

Hugh Stapleton Cotton was appointed 
to permanent Stafl', London and North- 
western Railway Company, 20 Septem- 
ber 1909. 

Arthur Masterton Robertson Legh 
was appointed J. P. for co. Chester 
1905, and promoted Captain Cheshire 
Yeomanry 31 March 1906. 



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ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



COURTENAY. Vol. 14, page 76.— 
(icMir^c Henry Courlenay died at 
Southtown House, Kenton, co. Devon, 
aged 95, on Sunday, 2 January 19 10. 

Rev. Thomas Peregrine Courtenay 
was appointed Rector of Down St. Mary, 
Bow, North Devon, 1908. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35. — Major Algernon 
Tudor Craig was appointed Honorary 
Secretary of the Army Pageant 19 10. 

CRAIG. Vol. 6, page 146.— The Rev. 
William Alban Cunningham Craig was 
appointed Chaplain of Belmont \\"ork- 
house, in the parish of Christ Church 
Sutton, CO. Surrey, i November 1908. 

GRAN WORTH. Vol. 10, page 92.— 
The Hon*"'" Amy Harriott, widow of 
Alfred Hayley Ridley, and elder daughter 
of Colonel Robert Thornhagh Gurdon, 
Baron Cranworth, married 3rdly at 
Assington, co. Suffolk, on Tuesday, 22 
August 1905, Charles Stirling (eldest 
son of General Sir William Stirling, 
K.C.IJ., sometime Lieutenant of the 
Tower of London, by Anna Christian 
his and wife, 4th daughter of William 
Stirling of Content, Jamaica, and Ken- 
mure, CO. Lanark) ; born at Aldershot 
on Wednesday, 1 March 187 i ; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 14 I'ebruary 1890, Lieutenant 
14 February 1893, Captain 23 January 
1900, Major 9 June 1907, Adjutant 
24 June to 5 August 1902, Brigade 
Major, South .\frica, 6 August 1902 
to 6 July 1903, D.A.Q.M.G. 10th 
Division Fourth Army Corps 7 July 
1903 to 31 May 1905, D.A.A. and 
Q.M.G. 6th Division, Eastern Command, 
1 June 1905 to 21 January 1906; 
served in the South African War 
1899-1902- (mentioned in despatches 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, 
Queen's medal with five clasps, King's 
medal with two ctasp.s. Brevet of Major.) 

Page 93 (and Addenda, Vol. ir, 
page vi.) — Bertram Francis, Lord Cran- 
worth, and Vera Emily his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, the Hon'''': 
Camilla Elizabeth, born at Grundisburgh 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, on Monday, 9 August 
1909, bapti.sed at Culpho, co. Suffolk. 

Lord Cranworth was appointed to 
General Reserve of Officers 1909. 

Page 95. — Philip Richard Thornhagh 
Gurdon was promoted Lieut.-Colonel 
Indian Army 9 September 1908. 

Page 97. — Florence, wife of the Rev. 
Prebendary Francis Gurdon, Vicar of 



CRAN"WORTH, continued. 

Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, died at 39 Porchester 
Terrace, Bayswater, London, on Tues- 
day, 23 March, and was buried at 
Aston Tyrrold, co. Berks, on Saturday, 
27 March 1909, first part of service 
at Christ Church, I^ncaster Gate. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 10 .May 1909, to 
the Rev. Francis Gurdon, husband. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9.— The 
Rev. Charles Walter Payne Crawfurd 
died at Ardmillan, East Grinstead, co. 
Sussex, aged 83, on Wednesday, 10 
March, and was buried at East 
Grinstead, on Saturday, 13 March 
1909. M.I. in the chancel of St. 
Swithun's, East Grinstead. Will dated 
1 1 October 1 903, proved at Lewes 

10 April 1909, by Major Proby Edward 
Payne Crawfurd, Raymond Henry P.ayne 
Crawfurd, M.D., sons, and Henry 
James Johnson, nephew. 

Arabella Payne, eldest daughter of 
the Rev. Charles U'alter Payne Craw- 
furd, died at Ardmillan, East Grinstead, 
on Friday, 14 May, and was buried at 
East Grinstead on Tuesday, 18 May 
1909. Will dated 3 April 1909, with 
codicil, proved at Lewes 5 August 1909, 
by Caroline Payne Crawfurd, Georgina 
Mary Payne Crawfurd, sisters, and 
Robert Payne Crawfurd, brother. 

Robert Payne Crawfurd of Baidland, 
Seaford, co. Sussex, married at the 
parish church, Seaford, on Saturday, 

11 September 1909, Constance May, 
younger daughter of Herbert Norman 
Evans, M.A., M.B. O.xford, of Hamp- 
stead House, Seaford, by Mary Elizabeth 
his 2nd wife, daughter of Evan Evans of 
St. Mary's House, Tenby, co. Pembroke; 
born 17 May 1878. 

The Rev. Charles Hubert Payne 
Crawfurd, Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Worcester, died at The Newlands, 
Kidderminster, co. Worcester, in his 
49th year, on Friday, 1 1 December, and 
was buried at Hartlebury, co. Worcester, 
on Wednesday, 16 December 1908. 
M.I. in the chancel of St. Swithun's, 
East Grinstead. Will dated 5 February 
1898, with two codicils dated 10 
February 1899 and 16 June 1904, 
proved in the Principal Registry 12 
February 1909, by Ellen Mary Craw- 
furd, relict, and Henry James Johnson, 
cousin, the Executors. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



CRAWFURD, continued. 

Page 9. — The Rev. Lionel Payne 
Crawfurd was appointed Vicar of Rams- 
gate, CO. Kent, 4 February 1907. 

Raymond Henry Payne Crawfurd, 
M.L)., was appointed Captain No. 4 
Company London General Hospital 
Royal Army Medical Corps, Territorial 
Force, 2 December 1908. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120. —Catharine 
Dorothea, only daughter of William 
Cripps, died at Cirencester, co. Glou- 
cester, aged 66, on Monday, 25 January, 
and was buried in the churchyard at 
Cirencester 28 January 1909. ALL 
Will dated 27 June 1902, proved at 
Gloucester 23 February 1909, by 
Frederick William Beresford Cripps, 
the surviving Executor. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 73.— Ethel Agatha, 
youngest daughter of Henry Kater 
Cripps, was married at Christ Church, 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, on Thursday, 
15 .-^pril 1909, Edward John George 
Higham (elder son of Edward H. 
Higham of ?>emantle. West Australia) ; 
of Exeter College, O.xford, B.A. 1904, 
M.A. and B.C.L. 

CRIPPS-DAY. Vol. 8, page 50.— Emma, 
widow of William Henry Day, died at 
Holly Hill, Meopham, co. Kent, 14 
September, and was buried at Luddes- 
down, CO. Kent, 18 September 1909. 
M.L Will dated 20 March 1909, 
proved in the Principal Registry 13 
October 1909, by Francis Henry 
Cripps-Day, son, the sole E.xecutor. 

CRISP. Vol. 13, page 119 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 75, page xxviit.) — Thomas Arthur 
Frederick and Ruth Crisp have issue a 
daughter, Violet, born at 14 Redan 
Street, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 9 April 
1910. 

Page 119. — Katharine, 4th daughter 
of Frederick Arthur Crisp of The 
Manor House, Godalming, co. Surrey, 
was married at Godalming Church 
on Thursday, 14 April 1910, to Hubert 
Goodman Stocker of The Rookery 
Farm, Westcott, co. Surrey (son of 
Alonzo Henry Stocker, M.D., of 
Craigweil House, Aldwick, co. Sussex, 
by Ada Mary his wife, elder daughter 
of Thomas Goodman of Islington, co. 
Middlesex); born at Peckham House, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 28 September 1882. 



CROWFOOT. Vol. I, page 26.— The 
Rev. Alfred Henchman Crowfoot was 
appointed Missionary at Grand Falls, 
New Brunswick, Canada, August 
1909. 

John Winter Crowfoot married at 
Nettleham, co. Lincoln, on Tuesday, 
20 July 1909, Grace Mary, elder 
daughter of Sinclair Frankland Hood 
of Nettleham Hall, J. P., by Grace 
Elinor his wife, daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Trollope Swan of Sansthorpe 
Hall, CO. Lincoln. 

CRUWYS. Vol. 7, page 26.— Arthur 
John Cruwys (eldest son of the Rev. 
Arthur Henry Cruwys) married at 
Holy Cross Church, Davidsons Mains, 
Midlothian, on Tuesday, 19 January 
1909, Stella Mary, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Clement Leigh Coldwell, 
Rector of Holy Trinity, Stirling. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 22. — Major George 
Edward Capel Cure was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Warwick 1908. 

Page 23. — Lieut.-Colonel Herbert 
Capel Cure, D.S.O., died at Srinagar, 
Kashmir, India, aged 49, on Friday, 
19 March 1909. 

Page 24. — The Rev. Charles Lawrence 
Capel Cure was appointed Rector of 
Gidleigh, co. Devon, May 1909. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I, page 172. — Norah 
Willoughby, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. Peregrine Edward Curtois was 
married at St. Philip's, EarFs Court, 
London, on Thursday, i July 1909, to 
John Frederick Halls Dally of 105 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
(son of Dr. Frederick Dally of Belgrave 
House, Wolverhampton, co. Stafford); 
born 2 August 1877 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1895, B.A. 1898; 
Student at St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1901 ; 
M.A., M.B., B.C., 1903 ; M.D. Cam- 
bridge 1907 ; M.R.C.P. Lond. 1909 ; 
Assistant Physician National Hospital 
for Diseases of the Heart, Physician 
to St. Marylebone General Dispen.sary, 
School Medical Officer and Examiner 
L.C.C. ; Fellow of the Royal Society 
of Medicine ; formerly Senior House 
Physician and House Surgeon West 
London Hospital. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



DAN VERS. Vol. 8, page 63.— Louisa, 
wiildw (if Frederick Charles Danvers, 
died at Homestead, Burnell Road, 
Sutton, aged 72, on Saturday, 21J May, 
and was buried at Hcnhilton, co. Surrey, 
2 June 1909. Will dated 17 September 
1907, proved in the Principal Registry' by 
William George Fraser Nelson, Solicitor. 

DARBY. Vol. 4, page 49. — Rebecca, 
widow of Alfred i)arby of Coalbrook- 
dale, CO. Salop, died at Adcote, Shrews- 
bury, in her 89th year, on Sunday, 
21 March, and was buried at Little 
Ness, CO. Salop, on Thursday, 25 March 
1909. Will dated 7 July 1903, with 
codicil dated 12 March 1909, proved in 
the Principal Registry 29 May 1909, by 
Alfred Edmund \V'illiam Darby, Hillyar 
David Chapman and Francis Alexander 
Wolryche Whitmore, the Executors. 

DARELL. Vol. 14, page 136.— Robert 
Darell Elford Darell was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant 76th Punjabis, Indian .\rmy, 
28 March 1909, promoted Lieutenant 
1910. 

DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 118.— Francis 
Darwin was President of the British 
Association 1908- 1909. 

Page 1 1 8 {and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page /.v.) — Bernard Richard Meirion 
and Eleanor Mary Darwin have issue 
a daughter, Ursula P'rances Elinor, born 
at Traverston, West Road, Cambridge, 
20 August, bapti.sed at Hunstanton, co. 
Norfolk, in September 1908. 

DEACON. Vol. 15, page 130.— Sophia, 
4th daughter of John Deacon, died 
at 39 Eaton Square, London, in her 
88th year, on Saturday, 3 April, and 
was buried at Southborough, co. Kent, 
8 April 1909. Will dated 23 March 
1896, with codicil dated 16 December 
1907, proved in the Principal Registry 
17 April 1909, by William Francis 
Courthope and John Francis William 
Deacon, nephews, the E.\ecutors. 

DE CHAIR. Vol. II, page 167.— 
Captain Dudley Rawson Stratford 
De Chair, R.N., Naval Assistant to the 
Controller of the Navy, was created 
M.V.O- /4thK;lass) June 1908. 

DE MAULEY. Vol. n, page 133.— 
Gerald Maurice Ponsonby, Captain 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment, was 
transferred to the Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers 18 January 1908. 

Page 135.— The Hon'''= Louisa Frances 
Charlotte, widow of the Hon*''= Ashley 
George John Ponsonby, died at Ardene, 



DE MAULEY, continued. 

I'.oscombe, co. Hants, on Saturday, 12 
February, and was buried at Hatherop, 
CO. Clloucester, on U'ednesday, 16 
February 19 10. Will dated 29 October 
1909, proved in the Princi|)al Registry 
I April 1910, by Edmund Royds and 
Frederick William Fane, the E.xecutors. 
Page 136— The Rev. Maurice George 
Jesser Ponsonby proceeded M.A. of 
Trinity College, O.xford, 1905, and was 
appointed Curate of Benenden, co. 
Kent, January 1909. 

DE RAMSEY. Vol. 15, page 118.— 
Elizabeth Mary, widow of Richard 
Benyon of Englefield House, co. Berks, 
died at r8 Grosvenor Square, London, 
on Saturday, 23 October, and was 
buried at Englefield 29 October 1909. 
Will dated 22 February 1907, with two 
codicils dated 5 July 1907 and 8 April 
1909, proved in the Principal Registry 10 
December 1909, by the Rt. Hon"-'' 
Ailwyn Fellowe.s, the Hon''''-' Lawrence 
Brodrick and Henry Laurence Whately, 
the Executors. 

'i"he Rt. Hon''''-'.\ilwyn Edward Fellowes 
was appointed Chairman of the Norfolk 
Territorial Force Association 1908, and 
D.L. for CO. Norfolk 7 April 1909. 

Page 119. — Eric William Edward 
Fellowes entered the Royal Navy as 
Midshipman 15 P'ebruary 1904, Sub- 
Lieutenant 15 .Xpril 1907, Lieutenant 
31 August 1909. 

Page 120. — The Hon''''= Hermione 
Frances Caroline, 3rd daughter of 
\Villiam Henry, Baron De Ramsey, 
was married at the Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Barracks, London, on 
Tuesday, 8 June 1909, to Lord 
Esm^ Charles Gordon-Lennox, M.V.O. 
(2nd son of Charles Henry, 7th 
Duke of Richmond, K.G.) ; born at 
3 Grosvenor Crescent, London, on 
Wednesday, 10 February 1S75 ; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant ist Scots 
Guards 16 December 1896, Lieutenant 
13 April 1898, Captain 3 December 
1902, .^.D.C. to Major-General Barring- 
ton Bulkley Douglas Campbell, South 
Africa, 10 to 12 March 1900; employed 
with West Africa Frontier Force 9 May 
1903 to 27 February 1904; served in 
South African War 1900- 1902 (Queen's 
medal with three clasps. King's medal 
with two clasps) ; served in West 
Africa, Southern Nigeria, 1903- 1904 
(medal with clasp) ; appointed M.V.O. 
4th-class 2 August 1907. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



DEVON. Vol. 12 page 46. — Anna Maria 
Laura (Nita) only child of the Hon"'^ 
Hugh Leslie Courtenay was married 
at Powderham, co. Devon, on Tues- 
day, 14 September 1909, to Edward 
Osborne Armstrong Newcombe (son of 
Edward Newcombe) ; born 30 August 
1874; entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Engineers 25 July 1893, 
Lieutenant 25 July 1896, Captain i April 
1904; employed with P'gyptian Army 
14 December 1896 to 12 November 
1899; Railway Staff Officer i January 
1900 to 30 June 1902 ; em[)loyed on 
Central South African Railways i July 
1902 to 29 November 1903, and with 
Egyptian Army since 2 March 1905 ; 
served in the Nile Expeditions 1897 
and 1898 (mentioned in despatches, 
" London Gaiiette," 30 September 1898 
[battle of Khartoum], 4th-class Medjidie, 
4th-class of the Osmanieh, medal); 
served in the South African War 
1 899- 1 902 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 29 July 1902, 
Queen's medal with four clasps. King's 
medal with two clasps). 

Page 47 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
pai^e X.) — The Rev. ^he Hon''''^ Frederick 
Leslie and Marguerite Courtenay, have 
issue two daughters, Evelyn Frances, 
born at the Rectory, Honiton, co. Devon, 
30 June, baptised at St. Michael's, 
Honiton, on Sunday, 12 July 1908; and 
Mary Elizabeth, born at the Rectory, 
Honiton, on Saturday, 15 January, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Honiton, on the 
Feast of the Purification, Wednesday, 
2 February 1910. 

DEW. Vol. I, page 285 (and Addenda, 
Vol. Tf, page XI.) — The Rev. Roderick 
and Gladys Mary Dew have further 
issue a son, Gervase Roderick Dew, 
born at the Rectory, Kilkhampton, co. 
Cornwall, on Monday, 20 December 
1909, baptised at Kilkhampton 13 
February 1910. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140. — Rear- 
Admiral Charles Gauntlett Dicken, 
R.N., retired i October 1908. 

Edward Bernard Cornish Dicken was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 
July 1909. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148.— Chambers 
Didham was appointed Lieut. -Colonel 
Commandiirg 4th Battalion (Special 
Reserve) Sherwood Foresters (Notting- 
hamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) 
1909. 



DIMSDALE. Vol. 12, page 79.— John 
Sherwood Stocker, M.D., died at 
Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, aged 81, on 
Thursday, 18 July, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Monday, 22 July 1907. Administration 
(with will dated 5 November 1885) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 1658, 1907) 23 
November 1907, to Richard Dimsdale 
Stocker and William Dimsdale Stocker, 
the only children, the residuary legatees. 
John Holdsworth and Edith Kate 
Dimsdale, have further issue a daughter, 
Edith May, born at 23 Camac Street, 
Calcutta, India, i November 1906, 
died I September, and was buried in 
the Circular Road Cemetery, Calcutta, 
2 September 1907, and a son, Joseph 
Reginald Holdsworth Dimsdale, born 
at 29 Sussex Square, Hyde Park, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 August, 
baptised at St. Stephen's, Westbourne 
Park, London, 17 October 1908. 

Page 80. — The Rev. Henry Cockfield 
Dimsdale, Rector of St. .Augustine's 
with St. Faith, under St. Paul's, London, 
1908 ; married at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
4 February 1909, Esther Florence, 
elder daughter of Maurice Powell of 
2 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, 
by Florence his wife, daughter of 
W. O. Manning of Gloucester Terrace, 
London. 

DIXON-HARTLAND. Vol. 15, page 36. 
Sir Frederick Dixon Dixon-Hartland, 
Baronet, M.P., died at the residence of 
his father-in-law (William Langham 
Christie) at Glyndebourne, co. Sussex, 
aged 77, on Monday, 15 November, 
and was buried in the family vault in 
the churchyard at Charlton Kings, co. 
Gloucester, on Saturday, 20 November 
1909. Memorial service at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, the previous 
day. Will dated 14 December 1898, 
with two codicils dated 29 July 1901 
and 13 February 1905, proved in the 
Principal Registry t2 March 19 10, by 
Dame Agnes Chichester Llixon-Hartland 
and Charles Scott Chad, two of the 
Executors. 

DONNE. Vol. 5, page in.— The Rev. 
Charles Edward Donne married at 
St. Peter's, Copdock, co. Suffolk, 18 
November 1908, Edith, youngest 
daughter of Alfred Herbert Morse of 
Copdock House, Ipswich, J. P., Captain 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



DONNE, continued. 

ijOtli and 73rd Regiments, by Diana 
Ann his wife, 4th daughter of Sir 
Edward Sherlock Gooch, 6th Baronet ; 
born at Copdock 13 June, baptised 
there 12 October 1873. 

DOWDESWELL. Vol. 7, page 81.— 
iunily, widow of William Edward 
1 )owdcswell, died at the English 
Hospital, Jerusalem, on Tuesday, 20 
April 1909, and was buried at Jerusalem. 
Requiem Mass at St. Joseph's, Upton- 
on-Severn, on Thursday, 29 April 1909. 
Will dated 28 March 1901, proved in 
the Principal Registry i June 1909, Ijy 
Edith ("harlton Anne Ellis and Arthur 
Guy Ellis, the Executors. 

DRAYNER. Vol. 12, page 166.— Eliza- 
betli Jane, daughter of VVilliam Drayner, 
and widow^ of Isaac Penny of Liscard 
Manor, J. P., and of William James 
Powell of Seabank, Liscard, died at 
Abbotsfield, St. Michael's in the Hamlet, 
aged 83, on Monday, 6 December, antl 
was buried at Wallasey, co. Chester, on 
Thursday, 9 December 1909. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 105.— Frank 
Dugtlnle received the Territorial Officers' 
Decoration 1909. 

Page 106. — Gerald Dugdale married 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 February 19 10, Violet 
Nora, only child of Colonel Loyd Nicol, 
3rd Hattalioti Rifle Brigade, of Newton 
Hill, CO. Kincardine, J.P., by Agnes 
his wife, eldest daughter of Sir Sanford 
Freeling, K.C.M.G. 

Herbert Crowe Dugdale, Major i6th 
Lancers, died at the Great Western 
Hotel, Paddington, London, on Satur- 
day, 13 March, and was buried at 
Wroxall Abbey Chapel, co. Warwick, 
on Wednesday, 17 March 1909. 

Emmeline Charlotte Louisa, his 
widow, died at the Great Western 
Hotel, Paddington, in her 50th year, 
on Friday, 19 March, and was buried 
at Wroxall Abbey Ch.ipel on Tuesday, 
23 March 1909. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 19 
June 1909, to Constance Gladys 
Dugdale and Sybil Eldrydd Kathleen 
Dugdale, spinsters, daughters, and only 
next of kin. 

Page 107. — Charles Frederick Dugdale 
was promoted Lieutenant i6th Lancers 
27 November 1909. 



DUGDALE, continued. 

I'aye 107 {and .Udenda, Vol. ij, 
page X.) — The Rev. Sydney Dugdale 
was inducted to the Rectory of Whit- 
church, CO. Salop, 17 February 1909. 
He and Phyllis his wife have further 
issue a daughter, Penelope I'hyllis, born 
at the Rectory, Whitchurch, (jn Monday, 
7 February, baptised at Whitchurch 
15 March 1910. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, i)age 87.— Catherine, 
widow of William Henry Duncan, M.D., 
died at 4 ^L1ids of Honour Row, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, in her 79th year, 
on Sunday, 7 February, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Richmond lo Feb- 
ruary 1909. Will dated 19 December 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 64, 1909) 
3 April 1909, by George William 
1 )uncan, son, and Joseph Macandrew, 
brother, the Executors. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page no. — Georgina, 
6th daughter of Sir Hardman Earle, 
Baronet, and widow of Hugh Longueville 
Jones, died at Elmsall Lodge, Pontefract, 
CO. York, aged 78, on 'J'hursday, 10 

I )e(-ember, and was buried at Badsworth, 
CO. York, 12 December 1908. 

EASTWOOD. Vol. 5, page 158 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 6, page />'.) — Harry 
Arnold and Hilda Eastwood have 
further issue a daughter, Joyce Brooke, 
born at Thorpe House, Almondbury, co. 
York, 25 May, baptised at Almondbury 

I I July 1909. 

EATON. \'o\. 6, page 86. — Elizabeth 
Jane, widow of ("harles Ormston Eaton, 
died at Tolethorpe Hall, co. Rutland, 
in her 75th year, on Wednesday, 25 
August, and was buried at Little 
Casterton, co. Rutland, on Saturday, 
28 August 1909. Will dated 8 May 
1903, proved in the Principal Registry 
7 October 1909, by Stephen Ormston 
Eaton and Hubert Francis Joseph 
Eaton, sons, the surviving Executors. 

Mary Isabella Emma, wife of Stephen 
Ormston Eaton, died in London on 
Sunday, 17 June 1906, and was buried 
in Ken.sal Green Cemetery, London. 
He married 2ndly at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, Marylebone, London, on 
Thursday, 27 May 1909, Blanche 
Elizabeth, elder daughter of Colonel 
the Hon'''"^ Charles George Cornwallis 
Eliot, C.V.O. (youngest son of Edward 
Granville, 3rd Earl of St. Germans, 
G.C.B., by Constance Rhiannon his 
wife, 4th daughter of .Sir Josiah John 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



XIX 



EATON, continued. 

(iuest, Baronet, and sister of Baron 
Wimborne) ; born at 65 Ebury Street, 
London, on Saturday, 18 August 1866. 

Page 87. — Hubert Francis Joseph 
Eaton died at Ketton Grange, Stamford, 
CO. Rutland, aged 46, on Friday, 25 
March, and was buried at Little 
Casterton, co. Rutland, 28 March 1910. 

EDMEADES. Vol. 13, page 179 (atid 

Addenda. Vol. /f, page xii.) — \Villiam 
Allaire and Winifred Elizabeth Edmeades 
have issue a son, Ashton William 
Edmeades, born at Stanwix, co. 
Cumberland, 1 1 October, baptised at 
Nurstead, CO. Kent, 28 November 1909. 
William Allaire Edmeadswasappointed 
Adjutant Royal Artiller)- i April 1907. 

EDWARDS. Vol. i, page 258 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page x.) — Henry 
John and Margaret Ethel Edwards 
have issue a son, Benedict Henry 
Ashton Edwards, born at Three Ways, 
Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge, on 
Thursday, 19 November, baptised in 
Peterhouse Chapel, Cambridge (entered 
in the Register of St. Mary-the-Less, 
Cambridge), 31 December 1908. 

Page 260. — Maud Violet, elder 
daughter of George Frederick Edwards, 
was married at Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
on Thursday, 16 September 1909, to 
Maurits Van Selms, eldest son of 
Domine Van Selms of Rotterdam. 

The Rev. (George Lionel Edwards 
was appointed Curate of Hartwell 
and Stone, co. Buckingham, 1906, and 
Chaplain of the Buckingham County 
Lunatic .Asylum 1908. 

Page 263. — Louisa, youngest and 
only surviving daughter of William 
Edwards, died at Framlingham, co. 
Suffolk, aged 78, on Wednesday, 31 
March 1909. Will dated 18 April 
1905, with codicil dated 6 December 
1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 46, 1909) 
18 June 1909, by Frederick Swinford 
Edwards and Frederic Gaskell Ling, 
the Executors. 

EGMONT. Vol. 12, page 17.— Spencer 
Arthur Perceval died at Putney, co. 
Surrey, in his 78th year, on Friday, 4 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried at East Horsley, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 7 February 1910. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 93. — Edward 
Nevett Evans married at St. Mary's, 
Jeppes, Johannesburg, on Saturday, 
9 October 1909, Beatrice Adah, 2nd 
dautrhter of the Rev. Leighton 



EVANS, continued. 

Buckwell, Vicar of Newington-next- 
Folkestone, co. Kent. 

Kenneth WoUaston Everett Evans, 
married at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London, on Wednesday, 24 June 
1908, Dorothy May, eldest daughter of 
Charles Keyworth Hall of Village Road, 
Oxton, CO. Chester. 

Marian Gwendoline Everett, youngest 
daughter of John James Evans of 
Brackenwood, Bebington, co. Chester, 
was married at the Presbyterian Church, 
Rock Ferry, co. Chester, i July 1909, 
to John Noel Buchanan, son of John 
Mountain Buchanan of Gloucester. 

Page 96. — Margaret, widow of Edward 
Bickerton Evans, died at Whitbourne 
Hall, CO. Hereford, aged 82, on Monday, 
6 September 1909. Will dated 9 May 
1904, proved in the Principal Registry 
II November 1909, by Alice Emily 
Evans, daughter-in-law, and Edward 
Francis Herbert Evans, grai.dson. 

FABER. Vol. I, page 98. — Reginald 
Stanley Faber died at 23 Elsworthy 
Road, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
aged 60, on Friday, 18 December, and 
was buried at Wraxall, co. Somerset, on 
Tuesday, 22 December 1908. Will 
dated 2 July 1885, with two codicils 
dated 6 March 1908 and 4 September 
1908, proved in the Principal Registry 9 
February 1909, by Elizabeth Faber, relict, 
and Christopher Rawson, the Executors. 
Silvia Beatrix, elder daughter of 
Reginald Stanley Faber, was married at 
Holy Trinity, Haverstock Hill, London, 

28 September 1909, to the Rev. Herbert 
Lionel Bashford (4th son of Frederick 
Bashford, by Emma Charlotte his wife, 
daughter of John Bockett) ; born 7 .Au- 
gust 1869 ; of Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1888, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1898; Vicar of 
Langrish, Petersfield, co. Hants, 1909. 

FANE. Vol. 12, page 86. — Francis Sophia 
Pole, widow of George Augustus Scrope 
Fane, died at Chiltern, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, in her 92nd year, 10 April, and 
was cremated 14 April 1909. Will dated 

29 May 1901, proved in the Principal 
Registry 30 June 1909, by x\ugustus 
Fane, son, the sole Executor. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 116.— 
Herbert Cecil Fanshaw-e was granted 
honorary rank of Major on resigning his 
commission in the Submarine Miners' 
Militia Engineers 29 May 190S. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



V KHSYiKSN'E, continued. 

I'Ui^f iiO {and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page iv.) — Reginald Winnington and 
Susan Isabel Fanshawe have issue a 
son, Basil Fanshawe, born at 6 North- 
umberland Street, Edinburgh, 23 March, 
bajnised at St. Andrews', Bath, 15 June 

1908. Reginald Winnington Fanshawe, 
Paymaster Army Fay Department, 14 
February 1898 to 12 January 1908, was 
promoted Substantive Major 13 January 
1908. 

Page 1 16 (and Addenda, Vol. g, page v.) 
Frank Raymond and H*enriettta Maud 
(Rita) Fanshawe have further issue a 
daughter, Faith, born 24 February 1908. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 1 4, page 1 08. - Lionel 
.\rtluir ;uk1 Eva Fansiiawe have further 
issue a son, Richard Rupert Fanshawe, 
born at Poona, India, on 'I'hursday, 
6 January 1910. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 15. page 19.— 
Admiral Sir .Artiiur Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
K.C.H., now of Donnington Castle, co. 
Hereford, was created G.C.V.O. 31 July, 
and received the Order of " Alexander 
Newsky " from the Emperor of Russia 
5 August 1909. He was appointed 
an Admiral of the Fleet 30 April 1910. 

Page 21. — Evelyn Leighton Fanshawe 
died at Delrow, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, aged 54, on Friday, 15 January 

1909, and was buried at Bournemouth. 
Will dated 19 .\pril 1904, with codicil 
dated 14 December 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 2 April 1909, by 
Sir Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
brother, and John Edward Fanshawe, 
cousin, the Executors. 

Page 22. — Renea Leighton, youngest 
daughter of Admiral of the Fleet, Sir 
Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe, G.C.V.O., 
was married at Bishop's Waltham, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 25 May 1909, to 
Charles Moreton Digby Pigott, only son 
of Sir Thomas Digby Pigott, C.B., by 
Julia his wife, daughter of the Hon*"'' 
Augustus Henry Macdonald-Moreton, 
Lieut. -Colonel Coldstream Guards. 

Page 26. — John Edward Fanshawe 
married at the Church of the Sacred 
Heart, Brentwood, co. Essex, on 
Thursday, 14 April 1910, Mira Monica 
Beata, elder daughter of Joseph Francis 
Lescher of Boyles Court, co. Essex, 
J. P. and D.L, High Sheriff 1885-86, 
by Mira Charlotte his wife, only child 
of William Hankey, Captain 9th Lancers; 
born 28 May 1876. 



FANSHAWE, continued. 



I'UL^ 



-Colonel Edward Arthur 



Fanshawe was appointed to Command 
the Artillery of the 6th Division at 
Mallow, with temporary rank of 
Brigadier- General 11 September 1909. 

FARMER. Vol. 12, page 102. — Sir 
William Farmer died at Peterley Manor, 
Great Missenden, co. Buckingham, 
aged 77, on Wednesday, 8 July 1908. 
Will dated 21 December 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1209, 1908) 6 August 1908, 
by William Alfred Farmer, Martha .Amy 
Farmer, spinster, and the Rev. William 
Wilfrid Nutter Barker, the Executors. 

Page 104. — Mary, 2nd daughter of 
Jose[)h Farmer of Sydney, New South 
Wales, and widow of Richard Chandler, 
died at 34 Avenue Raphael, Passy, 
Paris, aged 59, on Monday, 30 April, 
and was buried in Passy Cemetery 
2 May 1906. Will dated i February 
1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 788, 1906) 
22 June 1906, by Richard Chandler, 
son, and William Henry Beall, the 
Executors. 

Richard Chandler was born 18 April 
1825 [tiot 18 1 9], and was aged 69 [not 
75] at his death, 2 December 1894. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page 104.— 
The Rev. l*;dmund Horace and Lilian 
Louisa Fellowes have further issue a 
son, Arthur Edmund Fellowes, born 
at the Cloisters, Windsor Castle, on 
Tuesday, 2 March, bai)tised at St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, on 
Friday, 16 April 1909. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 15, page 85.— Charles 
Jmncs Fellowes died at Goyfield House, 
Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, aged 62, on 
Saturday, 7 August, and was buried at 
Felixstowe on Wednesday, 11 August 
1909, after service at St. John's, 
F'elixslowe. Will dated 3 March 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 20 
October 1909, by Reginald Octavius 
Fellowes and Evelyn Napier Fellowes, 
brothers, the Executors. 

Robert Fellowes married at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, co. York, on Wednesday, 
8 September 1909, Mary Stuart, eldest 
daughter of Arthur Hutchinson of 
Stockton-on-Tees, co. Durham, and of 
Redcar, co. Yorks. 

FITZWILLIAM. Vol. 14, page 33.— 
The Hon'^''^ Hugh Le Despencer Bos- 
cawen died s.p. at 20 South Street, Park 
I^ane, London, aged 50, 8 April 1908. 



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FITZWILLIAM, continued. 



Page II 



-Earl Fitzwilliam was Lord 



Mayor of Sheffield 1909-1910. 

Page 34. — Elgiva Mary Kathom, only 
daughter of the Hon'''' William Thomas 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, was married at 
Al Walton, co. Huntingdon, on Tuesday, 
5 October 1909, to James Auchinlech 
Dane (son of Richard Martin Dane, 
K.C., Judge of Rathnally, Trim, co. 
Meath, by Kate his ist wife, only 
daughter of the Rev. Frederick Eldon 
Barnes, Rector of Klimaley, co. Clare) ; 
bom 18 May 1883; entered the Royal 
Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 24 December 
1902, promoted Lieutenant 15 July 1906. 

FLAVEL. Vol. I, page 207.— Gilbert 
Henry Flavel was promoted Lieutenant 
Royal Naval Reserve October 1909. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— Charlotte 
Fowler, widow of the Rev. William 
Fletcher, D.D., died at 32 Jasper Road, 
Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, in her 
77th year, on Tuesday, 19 January, and 
was buried in \\'est Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 23 January 
1909. Will dated 15 January 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 18 
I'ebruary 19 10, by Charlotte Josephine 
Slaney, daughter, one of the Executors. 

Page 78 {and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page jc.) — Thomas Russell and Minnie 
Fletcher have further issue a daughter, 
Elizabeth Mary Doreen, bom at The 
Bungalow, Erdington, co. Warwick, on 
Tuesday, 18 May, baptised at Castle 
Bromwich, co. Warwick, 28 June 1909. 

Page 81. — Henry Field Fletcher of 
Borras Head, Gresford, co. Denbigh, 
educated at Rugby and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford ; Lieutenant Denbigh- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry ; married at 
Pen-y-lan, co. Denbigh, 4 July 1908, 
Edith Alice Winifred, younger daughter 
of Peter Ormrod of Pen-y-lan Hall. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 13, page 60.— 
Bolton Littledale Fletcher entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Scots 
Guards i August 1908. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 116. — Louisa 
Sara, widow of the Rev. Ayscoghe 
Floyer, died at Basingstoke, co. Hants, 
aged 79, on Monday, 22 November, 
and was buried at Salcombe Regis, 
CO. Devon, on Thursday, 25 November 
1909. Will proved in the Principal 
Registry 4 January 19 10, by the Rev. 
John Kestell Floyer, the sole Executor. 



FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 45.— Hubert 
Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon Foljambe 
married at Sprotborough, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 16 November 1909, Gladys, 
eldest daughter of General Robert 
Calverley Alington Bewicke-Copley of 
Sprotborough Hall, Doncaster, and of 
Coulby Manor, Marton, both co. York, 
by Selina Frances his wife, eldest 
surv^iving daughter and coheir of 
Sir Charles Watson-Copley, Baronet, 
of Sprotborough Hall. 

Page 47. — Arthur William de Brito 
Savile, Earl of Liverpool, was appointed 
Comptroller of H.M. Household July 
1909. 

Page 49.— The Hon"' Gerald William 
Frederick Savile Foljambe married at 
Nuttall, CO. Nottingham, on Thursday, 
29 July 1909, Constance Isabelle, only 
surviving daughter of John Holden of 
Nuttall Temple, Nottingham, and of 
Hawton, co. Nottingham, J. P. and D.L., 
by Evelyn Mary his wife, 2nd daughter 
of Henry Eraser Walter of Papplewick 
Hall, CO. Nottingham, I.P. : bom at 
Nuttall Temple 19 October 1888. 

Page 50. — The Rev. Savile Richard 
William L'Estrange-Malone, died at the 
Rectory, Dalton Holme, co. York, aged 
70, on Wednesday, 16 September 1908, 
and was buried there. Will dated 
14 March 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1784, 1908) 18 December 1908, by 
Frances Slary L'Estrange-Malone, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 

Lady Mabel Evelyn Selina Mary, 
3rd daughter of Cecil George Savile 
Foljambe, Earl of Liverpool, was 
married at Skillingthorpe, co. Lincoln, 
on Thursday, 15 April 1909, to 
Dr. William Woodbum, son of John 
\\'oodburn of Australia. 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 131. — The Rev. 
John Vicars Foote of Ely was appointed 
to Ely Diocesan Occasional Duty Staff 
2 December 1909. 

Page 132. — Richard Mild may Foot, 
F.R.G.S., was appointed Lieut.-Colonel 
in Command of the 4th East Anglian 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery 31 
December 1908. 

Page 132 (and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page i.x.) — Charles Montagu and Norah 
Foot have further issue a daughter, 
Agnes Mary Fayle, bom in May 1909. 

FORWOOD. Vol. 15, page 96.— Sydney 
Brittain Forwood married 2ndly at 
Shortlands, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 



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ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



FORWOOD, conlinued. 

27 July 1909, Frances Roberta (Ruby), 
younger daughter of Robert Kerr of 
Croxtcth Lodge, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

FREEMAN. Vol. 11, page 50.— The 
Rev. Edward Vere Freeman, Vicar of 
Littleham with Exmouth, co. Devon, 
1897-1908, was appointed Incumbent 
of Nuwara Eliya, Ceylon, 1908. 

Percy Proke Freeman graduated 
B.A. (Classical Tripos, part i, class 2, 
division 2) of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1909 ; appointed an Assistant Master 
at Radley College in 1909. 

FRESHFIELD. Page 172 of present 
volume.— Sir Frederick Richard Saunders, 
K.C.M.G., Treasurer of the Ceylon and 
Member of the Executive and Legislative 
Councils, died at 57 The Drive, Hove, 
CO. Sussex, aged 71, 30 March 1910. 
Will dated 15 January 19 10, proved 
in the Principal Registry 18 April 1910, 
by Frederick William Saunders, son, 
and Louisa Caroline Saunders, daughter, 
the Executors. 

Dame Christina Sophia his wife, and 
3rd daughter of ('harles Kaye Freshfield, 
died at 57 The Drive, Hove, on Friday, 
15 January, and was buried in Hove 
Cemetery 19 January 1909, after 
Reqieum Mass at the Church of the 
Sacred Heart, Hove. Will dated 19 
October 1906, proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 I^ebruary 1909, by Walter 
Trower, one of the Executors. 

FULLER-ELIOTT-DRAKE. Vol.10, 
page 5 {and Addenda, \'ol. 14, page xiii.) 
Lionel Edward and Eugenia Cecilia 
Fuller of Charleston, West Virginia, 
have issue twin son.s, Lionel Edward 
and Eugene Cecil Fuller, born 16 
January 1908; a son, John Trayton 
EHott F"uller, born 23 January 1909; 
and a daughter, Eleanor Grace, born 
18 March 1910. 

FURNEAUX. Vol. 6,page34.— Marjorie, 
.'lid daughter of the Very Rev. William 
Mordaunt Kurneaux, 1 )ean of Winchester, 
was married at the Cathedral, Winchester, 
on Thursday, 15 April 1909, to Philip 
Stanley Fewston Stubbs (4th son of 
the Rt. Rev. Charles William Stubb.s, 
Bishop of Truro, by Harriet his 
wife, 3rd daughter of William Turner 
of Liverpool); born i October 1881 ; 
of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1900. 



FURNEAUX, continued. 

Page 35. — The Rev. Walter Copleston 
Furneaux was instituted Vicar of Nether 
Dean, co. Huntingdon, 7 October 
1909. 

Gertrude Cecile, elder daughter ot 
the Rev. Walter Copleston Furneaux, 
was married at Christ Church, East 
Sheen, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 20 
February 1909, to John O'Callaghan 
Wylde, 'elder son of John Wylde of 
East Sheen. 

Philip Templer Furneaux entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant Liverpool 
Regiment 18 September 1909. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 141.— Arthur 
Ncwson liruff Garrett was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Salop 1909. 

Helen Elizabeth Murray, youngest 
daughter of John Dunnell (Barrett, was 
married at Nailsworth, co. (iloucester, 
on Thursday, 4 November 1909, to 
M. Douglas Bannister, younge.st son 
of Thomas Bannister of Limehurst, 
Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex. 

Page 143. — Mary, wife of Newson 
Littlewood Garrett, died at Redcot, 
Tadworth, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
20 January, and was buried at Kings- 
wood, CO. Surrey, 23 January 1909. 
Will dated i July 1906, proved in the 
Principal Registry 6 March 1909. 

^'alentine Edmund Garrett of Sprough- 
ton, CO. Suffolk, died at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, on Wednesday, 29 December 
1909, and was buried at Sproughton 
3 January 19 10. Will dated i February 
1907, [)roved in the Principal Registry 
22 March 1910. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. 15, 
page xiv.) — Douglas Thornbury and 
Gwendoline Frieda Isabella Garrett 
have issue a son, Roderick Paul Agnew 
Garrett, born at 7 Priory Court, 
Mazenod Avenue, West Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 27 December 1908. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xxvii.) — Stephen and Mary Garrett 
have issue two sons, Stephen Denis 
Garrett, born at Haylings, Leiston, co. 
Suffolk, on Thursday, i November, 
baptised at Leiston 15 December 1906; 
and Michael Garrett, born at Haylings, 
Leiston, on Sunday, 9 May, baptised at 
Leiston 26 June 1909. 

Page 144. — Victor Richard Garrett 
graduated B..\. of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, 1909. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



GARRETT, continued. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page ix.) — Alfred Stead and Winifred 
Mary Garrett have further issue a 
daughter, Winifred Joan, born at Alma 
Cottage, Leiston, co. Suffolk, 25 May, 
baptised at Leiston 4 July 1905. 

GATTY. Vol. 2, page 154 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xxvii.) — Sir Stephen 
Herbert and Katharine Gatty have 
further issue a son, Richard Gatty, 
born at 45 Onslow Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Friday, 28 
May, baptised at All Saints', Uplands, 
Stroud, CO. Gloucester, 6 July 1909. 

GERARD. Vol. 9, page 108 {and Addenda, 
Vol. I J, page xi't.) — Lord and Lady 
Gerard, have issue two daughters, the 
Hon'=''^ Violet Ethel Mary, born 11 
March 1908, and the Hon'''^ Patricia, 
born at 23 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, 17 March 1909. 

Lord Gerard joined the Royal Horse 
Guards as 2nd Lieutenant i February 
1907, promoted Lieutenant 2 February 
1907, and Captain 12 June 1909. 

GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 115.— The Rev. 
Wilfrid Hannay Gibbins was Curate of 
Horsley and Chaplain of Chavenage 
1 906- 1 908, of Wotton-under-Edge, co. 
Gloucester, 1908- 1909, and was 
appointed Curate of the Annunciation, 
Bryanston Street, London, 1909. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 45.— Charlotte 
Jane, wife of the Rev. Benjamin 
Gibbons, died at Waresley House, 
Hartlebury, co. Worcester, 10 March, 
and was buried at Stourport, co. 
Worcester, 15 March 1910. 

Page 47. — Beville Stanier was elected 
M.P. for the County of Salop (Newport 
Division) January 1910. 

GIBSON. Vol. 2, page 90. — George 
Henry Gibson died at The Nook, Great 
Marlow, co. Buckingham, in his 41st 
year, on Sunday, 23 January 1910. 

GIDLEY. Vol. 14, page 131. — John 
Gidley married at All Saints', East 
Budleigh, CO. Devon, on Wednesday, 
15 August 1906, Jessie, elder daughter 
of Thomas Horton of Augustus Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, by Fanny his 
wife, daughter of Thomas Osborn of 
Edgbaston. 

Sarah Emily Russell was privately 
baptised 23 February 1868, and received 
into the church at Holy Trinity, Exeter; 
Elizabeth Caroline was privately baptised 



GIDLEY, continued. 

II August 1870, and received into 
the church at Holy Trinity, Exeter ; 
Margaret Frances Mary was baptised at 
Holy Trinity, Exeter, 30 November 
1871, daughters of Bartholomew Charles 
and Mary Elizabeth Gidley of Hoopern 
House, Exeter. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144.— Arthur 
Nockolds and Beatrice Gilbey have 
further issue a daughter, Diana Beatrice, 
born at Swakeleys, Uxbridge, co. Middle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 3 March 1909. 

Page 145. — Julia Elizabeth, 4th 
daughter of Henry Gilbey, and widow 
of Alfred Ellis of Bishop's Stortford, co. 
Hertford, died at 10 Gloucester Road, 
Regent's Park, London, 5 June 1908. 
Will dated December 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 909, 1908) 24 June igo8, 
by Charles Martin Burls, son-in-law. 

Page 147. — John Newman Gilbey 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Welsh Regiment 23 September 1908. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 67.— The Rev. 
Gerald Henry George Goddard was 
appointed to the Rectory of Odstock, 
CO. Wilts, by the Earl of Radnor, i June, 
instituted on Tuesday, 27 July, and 
inducted on Friday, 6 August 1909, by 
the Ven''''^ Francis Lear, Archdeacon of 
Salisbury. 

GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55 {and Addenda, 
Vol 10, page ix.) — The Rev. Frederick 
Ernest and Edith Harriet Godden have 
further issue a daughter, Rosemary 
Aileen, born at Hawley Vicarage, 
Blackwater, co. Hants, 3 July, baptised 
at Hawley 15 August 1909. 

GORDON. Vol. 12, page 179.— Lieut.- 

Colonel Louis Augustus Gordon was 

gazetted C.B. (Birthday Honours) 
June 1909. 

GOSCHEN. Vol. 15, page 157.— The 
Hon'''= Lucy Maud, wife of the Hon**'' 
Alexis Charles Burke Roche, died at 
Crowborough, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 
16 March 1909, and was buried at 
Flimwell, co. Sussex. 

Page 160. — Catharine, 3rd daughter 
of Charles Hermann Goschen, was born 
7 March 1870 \not 26 January 1869]. 

Page 161. — Mabel, 4th daughter, was 
born 25 \iwt 26] June 187 1. 

Sybil, 6th daughter, was born at 
Ballards \tiot Allards], Addington, co. 
Surrey. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



GOSCHEN, continued. 

Page 162. — Arthur Alec and Marjorie 
Mary Goschen have issue a daughter, 
Grania, born at Kinneagh, Newbridge, 
CO. Kiidare, 4 April, baptised at 
KilcuUen, co. Kiidare, 22 May 1909. 

Page 163.— The Rt. Hon"' Sir 
William Edward Goschen was gazetted 
G.C.M.G.(Birtliday Honours) June 19 10. 

Edward Henry Goschen, Secretary- 
General of the Egyptian Ministry of 
Finance, was granted H.M.'s licence 
and autht)rity to wear the Insignia of 
Officer of the Order of the Crown of 
Italy July 1909, conferred on him by the 
King of Italy. He and the Countess 
Mary have issue a daughter, Henrietta 
Mary Hosta, born at Kasr el Doubara, 
Cairo, on Tuesday, 2 November 1909. 

GOWER. Vol. 15, page 39. — Robert 
Vaughan Gower was elected a Member 
of the Corporation of the Borough of 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, November 
1909, and a Member of the Kent 
County Council March 1910; appointed 
Commissioner of Land Tax 1907. 

Page 40. — Joshua Reginald Gower 
matriculated from Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, 1909. 

GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 117. — The 
Rev. George Nigel Gresley was appointed 
Rector of Shenfield, co. Esse.x, June 1909. 

Nigel Howyer Gresley married at 
London, Ontario, Canada, 21 October 
1903, Mabel Constance Talbot, daughter 
of Nicholas Jeffrey of London, Ontario. 
They have issue a daughter, Eleanor 
Constance, born 1 1 October 1 904. 

Page 117 (and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page w'.)— Herbert Nigel and Ethel 
Frances Gresley have further issue a 
daughter, Marjorie, born at Milford, 
Doncastcr, co. York, on Friday, 22 
October, baptised at the parish church, 
Doncaster, 26 November 1909. 

GRIFFITH. Vol. 14, page 137. — 
Caroline Maria, 2nd daughter of the 
Rev. Thomas Griffith, and widow of 
the Rev. Thomas Walters, D. D., 
died 21 December, and was buried in 
Norwich Cemetery 24 December 1909. 
Will dated i October 1906, proved in 
the Principal Registry 5 February 1910, 
by Henry Anthony Hare, and the 
Rev. Charles Edward Osborne Griffith. 

GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 30. — I_^urence 
Carrington Grubbe married at St. 
Mary's, Kilburn, co. Middlesex, on 



GRUBBE, continued. 

Wednesday, 23 June 1909, Marie 
Ellen, daughter of John Seymour Lucas 
of New Place, West Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, R.A., by Marie Elizabeth 
his wife, daughter of Louis Dieudonne 
de Corneli.s.sen. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page i.— Archibald 
Gwatkin, Lieutenant 15th I^ancers 
(Cureton's Multanis) was killed in action 
in the Zhob Valley, North-West l-'rontier 
of India, in his 23rd year, on Friday, 26 
February 1909. 

Page 3. — WilloughbyGamonsGwatkin 
was promoted Substantive Colonel 7 
December 1909. 

Frederick Ambrose Stapleton Gwatkin 
married at St. Columba's, Pont Street, 
London, 16 August 1904, Hilda Muriel 
Bannnerman Ramsay, daughter of the 
Rev. John Wilson of Liff. They 
have issue a son, John Stapleton 
Gwatkin, bom at 33 East Sheen 
Avenue, East Sheen, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 2 May, baptised at Christ 
Church, East Sheen, 13 June 1909. 

GWYDYR. Vol. 12, page 138.— Peter 
Robert Charles Burrell, 4th Baron 
Gwydyr, died at Stoke Park, Ipswich, in 
his 99th year, on Saturday, 3 April, and 
was buried at Belstead, co. Suffolk, on 
Wednesday, 7 April 1909, after a 
service at St. Mary's, Stoke. ^\'ill 
dated 18 February 1905, proved at 
Ipswich 17 August 1909, by Willoughby 
Merrik William Campbell, Baron 
Gwydyr, and F". K. Ward, the Executors. 

Pages 140 and 142. — William Talbot 
Talbot-Crosbie died at Ardfert .Abbey, 
CO. Kerry, aged 82, on Monday, 4 Sep- 
tember 1899, and was buried at Ardfert. 
Administration (with will dated 6 De- 
cember 1880, and three codicils dated 
9 February 1889, 8 April 1892 and 
I October 1896) was granted at the 
Principal Registry, Dublin (151, 1900) 23 
July 1900, to George Frederick Trench. 
Sealed in London 16 August 1900. 

Page 142. — Charlotte Anne, youngest 
daughter of Merrik Lindsey Peter 
Burrell, and widow of Charles Wilmot 
Smith, died 8 December 1907, and was 
buried at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex. 

HALES. Vol. I, page 289. — Ada Young, 
widow of the Rev. Richard Cox Hales, 
died suddenly at 27 Cambridge Road, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, aged 67, on Friday, 
24 December, and was buried at the 



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HALES, continued. 

old parish church, Hove, 29 December 
1909. Will dated 13 February 1908, 
proved at Lewes 15 February 19 10, by 
James Elton Hales and Charles ^V'ebster 
Rede Gell-Woolley, the Executors. 

HALIFAX. Vol. 10, page 134.- The 
Hon'''" Edward Frederick Lindley Wood 
married at West Clandon, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 21 September 1909, Lady 
Dorothy Evelyn Augusta, younger 
daughter of William Hillier, 4th 
Earl of Onslow, G.C.M.G. ; born at 
7 Richmond Terrace, Whitehall, on 
Saturday, 7 February, baptised at the 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, London, 2 1 March 
1885 (see Vol. J, page 40). 

Page 135 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xv.^ — Francis Hugo Lindley and 
Lady Dorothy Meynell have issue a 
daughter, Dorothy Emily, born at 
37 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Thursday, 24 September, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London 23 October 1908; and a son, 
Hugo Meynell, born at 3 Wilbraham 
Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, i November 1909, baptised at 
Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, on 
Monday, 29 November 1909. 

HAMILTON. Vol. 1 1, page 72.— George 
Frederick Hamilton entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant East Kent Regiment 
18 September 1909. 

HARDWICKE. Vol. 4, page 134.— 
Edward Arthur Hardwicke died at Pieter- 
maritzburg. South Africa, 1 7 October, 
and was buried there 20 October 1909. 

Page 135 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xz'i.) — Herbert Junius Allen and 
Kate Marian Sarah Hardwicke have issue 
a son, Junius Gower Fitzalan Hardwicke, 
born at Vergemount, Jarvis Brook, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 26 May, baptised 
at Jarvis Brook 21 August 1909. 

Page 136. — Cornelius Samuel Walter 
Hodgson Du Pre died at Montpelier 
House, Weston-Super-Mare, co. Somer- 
set, 23 January 1907. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
12 June 1908, to Eleanor Duncombe 
Du Pre, spinster. 

Constance Ellen, younger daughter of 
Junius Hardwicke, M.D., and widow 
of Cornelius Samuel Walter Hodgson 
Du Pr^, was married at Kendal, co. 
Westmorland, 16 April 19 10, to Richard 
Clapham of Austwick Hall, Clapham, 
CO. York. 



HARINGTON. Vol. 10, page 125.— 
Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Montgomery 
Harington, Bey, formerly of the 
Egyptian Government .Service, died 
at 32 Royal Avenue, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, aged 64, on Wednesday, 
8 December 1909. Service at the 
chapel of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 
on Tuesday, 14 December 1909. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 12 January 1910, to 
Arthur Stuart Harington, son, and only 
next of kin. 

HARROWBY. Vol. 12, page 172.— 
Ihe Hon'''' Archibald Dudley and 
Eleanor Frederica Ryder have further 
issue a son, Atholl Dudley Ryder, bom 
10 October 1909. 

Page 173 (and Addenda. Vol. 15, 
page xvi.) — The Hon'''" Robert Nathaniel 
Dudley and Beryl Ryder have issue a 
son, Geoffrey Dudley Ryder, born 
8 August 1909. 

The Hon*-'" Robert Nathaniel Dudley 
Ryder was A.D.C. to Sir George 
Ruthven Le Hunte, K.C.M.G., Governor 
of South Australia, 12 May 1905 to 28 
April 1908, and was appointed Adjutant 
Territorial Force 3 August 1909, and 
promoted Captain 8th Hussars 19 
October 1909. 

HART-DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 31 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page xxxt.) — Richard 
Vaughan and Sybil Mary Hart-Davis 
have further issue a daughter, Deirdrd 
Phyllis Ulrica, bom at 3 Stanhope 
Street, Hyde Park, London, on Monday, 
5 July, baptised at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 5 August 1909. 

HARVEY. Vol. 1, page 7. — Harry 
Charles Harvey was promoted Lieu- 
tenant Royal Lish Rifles 22 March 
1893, Captain 10 August 1898, retired 
as Hon. Major 20 October 1900; 
he married on Tuesday, 27 July 1908, 
Lilian, youngest daughter of Henry 
Woolf of 44 Holland Park, London. 

HARWOOD. Vol. 14, page 178.— Henry 
Harwood Harwood was promoted 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 5 August 1909, 
with seniority of 30 July 1908, and 
appointed ist Lieutenant H.ALS. 
'■ Ramble," China Station, 1909. 

HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 133-The 
Rev. Frederick George Haslewood, 
LLD., D.C.L., died at the Vicarage, 
Chislet, CO. Kent, on Friday, 30 .April, 
and was buried at Chislet on Sunday, 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



HASLEWOOD, continued. 

2 M.iy 1909. Will dated 14 February 
igoS, proved in the Principal Registry 
17 June 1909, by the Rev. Christopher 
Francis Beevor Haslewood, Noel 
Alfred Fitzherbert Haslewood and 
Arthur Ethelbert Lyon Haslewood, the 
I'vxecutors. 

HAWORTH- BOOTH. Vol. 8, page 
130. — Cleorge Henry Cammell died at 
4 Park Crescent, Marylebone, London, 
aged 52, on Friday, 18 December 1903, 
and was buried at Hathersage, co. 
Derby. Will dated 16 August 1902, 
with codicil dated 17 January 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 149, 1904) 16 Feb- 
ruary 1904, by Edith Mildred Cordelia 
Cammell, relict, Bernard Edward 
Cammell, brother, Edwin Martin and 
Digby Clifton Haworth-Booth, brothers- 
in-law, the Executors. 

Page 131. — Julia Caroline, widow of 
Edward Calvert Arneman Haworth, died 
at Clapton, co. Middlesex, aged 72, on 
Friday, 19 November, and was buried 
in Rensal Green Cemetery, London, 
24 November 1909. Will dated 6 Jan- 
uary 1909, proved in the Principal 
Registry 15 April 1910, by Edward 
Arneman Haworth, son, and Hedley 
Ormonde Butler, the Executors. 

Charles Dand Wilson Cammell died 
at Marseilles, South of France, on 
Sunday, 14 May 1905. Will dated 27 
June 1900, with codicil dated 26 June 
1 90 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 799, 1905) 
27 June 1905, by Geraldine Theresa 
Cammell, relict, Bernard Edward 
Cammell, brother, and Edward Martin, 
brother-in-law, the surviving Executors. 

Page 132. — Violet Louisa, daughter 
of Colonel Benjamin BlaydesJHaworth- 
Booth, and wife of John Walmesley of 
The Hall of Ince, co. Lancaster, from 
whom she obtained a divorce, was 
married at the District Registry Office, 
Beverley, co. York, 22 September 1903, 
to Captain Arthur Wartensleben Ewart, 
R.N. (2nd son of General Sir John 
Alexander Ewart of Craigcleuch, co. 
Dumfries, G.(".B., by Frances his wife, 
eldest daughter and coheir of John 
Spencer Stone of Callingwood Hall, 
CO. Stafford) ; born at Sandgate, co. 
Kent, 23 December 1862 ; entered the 
Royal Navy as Cadet 15 January 1875, 
Sub-Lieutenant 23 December 1 881, Lieu- 
tenant 23 June 1883, Commander 31 
December 1895, Captain 30 June 1901. 



HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 2.— Lieut.- 
Cdlonul (iilbert Redvers Heathcote was 
appointed J. P. for co. Hants 1908. 

Page 3. — Beatrice Henrietta, youngest 
surviving daughter of the Rt. Hon'''" 
Sir William Heathcote, Baronet, died at 
102 St. George's Square, London, on 
Sunday, 18 April 1909, and was buried 
at Hursley, co. Hants. 

HEBERDEN. Vol. 9, page 57 (and 
"Ao/«," Vol. S, page 162). — Althea 
Hyde, ist wife of the Rev. Thomas 
Heberden, was daughter of the Rev. 
Francis \\'olIaston, by Althea his wife, 
5th daughter of John Hyde [not as 
stated]. 

HELPS. Vol. 14, page 154.— The Rev. 
Charles Leonard Helps died at Pavilion 
Parade, Brighton, aged 68, on Friday, 
6 August, and was buried in the Extra 
Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 9 August 
1909. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 123.— Lieut.- 
Colunel Edmund Arthur Herbert was 
promoted Colonel 10 February 1909. 

Sir Arthur James Herbert was created 
G.C.V.O. 1908. 

HEXT. ^'ol. I, page 205. — Edward 
Hewlett Hext retired from the Royal 
Navy 2 June 1909. 

Page 206. — John Edward Hext was 
promoted Captain Indian Army 5 May 
1909. 

George Trevor Barkley Hext was 
promoted Captain Indian Army 2 May 
1909. 

HODSOLL. Vol. II, page 53.— Arthur 
Maxfield Pollock Hodsoll married at 
St. John's, Southwick Crescent, Pad- 
dington, London, on Thursday, 21 
October 1909, Millicent Mary, 2nd 
daughter of Samuel Sharp Berger of 
Bragbury, Knebworth, co. Hertford, 
J. P., by Emma his wife, daughter of 
Richard Wheen of 104 Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park. 

HOLE, ^'ol. 7, page 129 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xxxii.) — William Gerald 
and Mildred Ada Hole have issue a 
daughter, Geraldine Mildred, born 24 
August, baptised at St. Matthias', 
Torquay, co. Devon, 9 October 1908. 

William Gerald Hole is now a 
Lieutenant in the Royal ist Devon 
Imperial Yeomanry. 



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HOVENDEN. Vol. 15, page 167 {and 
Addenda, page xvii.) — The will of 
Robert Hovenden, dated 9 July 1900, 
with three codicils dated respectively 
31 August 1904, 14 May 1908 and 31 
October 1908, was proved in the 
Principal Registry 17 March 1909, by 
Robert George and Charles Hovenden, 
sons, and George Hook Rodman, 
son-in-law, the Executors. 

Page 167. — Margaret, widow of Robert 
Hovenden, died at Heathcote, Park Hill 
Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, in her 79th 
year, on Saturday, 3 July, and was buried 
in Highgate Cemetery, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 July 1909. Adminis- 
tration was granted at the Principal 
Registry 18 August 1909, to Robert 
George Hovenden, son. 

Page 1 69.— Elizabeth, wife of Frederick 
Hovenden, died, aged 67, 2 November, 
and was buried in Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 6 November 
1909. Will dated 13 August 1S91, 
proved in the Principal Registry 14 
December 1909, by Frederick Hovenden, 
husband, the sole Executor. 

Charles and Mary Louisa Adelaide 
Hovenden of Nuremburg, Croham 
Road, South Croydon, co. Surrey, have 
further issue a son, Graham Borden 
Hovenden, born at Ashdale, Perry Vale, 
Forest Hill, co. Kent, on Thursday, 
26 November 1908, baptised at St. 
Matthew's, Croydon, 13 November 1909. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 92.— Henry 
Cecil Lloyd Howard was appointed J. P. 
for CO. Flint, 3 July 1906. 

HOWARD. Vol. 12, page 126.— Arthur 
Dashwood and Melita Margaret Howard 
have issue a daughter, Ula Pegatha 
Dashwood, born at Fairlight, Hampton 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, on Monday, 19 
April, baptised at St. James', Hampton 
Hill, 4 August 1909. 

HOWARD OF GLOSSOP. Vol. 12, 
page 94. — Winifred Mary Lisle, Dowager 
Lady Howard of Glossop, died at 
Felixstowe on Tuesday, 7 December 
1909, and was buried in the Secular 
Churchyard, St. Bernard's Abbey. Will 
dated 27 October 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 28 January 1910, by 
Bernard Charles March Phillipps de 
Lisle, nephew, the sole Executor. 

Page 96.— The Hon'='= Bernard 
Edward Fitzalan-Howard was appointed 
2nd Lieutenant Lovat's Scouts Yeomanry 
1906. 



HOWE. Vol. I, page 288.— Mary Anna, 
elder daughter of Edward Russell James 
Howe, died 23 March, and was buried 
at Langley, co. Kent, 29 March 19 10. 

Francis Herbert Howe, Brevet Major 
the Welsh Regiment (retired), married 
at Northaw, co. Hertford, 13 April 
1 9 10, Lilian Agnes Spencer, youngest 
daughter and coheir of the Rev. Spencer 
Robert Wigram of The Grange, 
Northaw, by Elizabeth Pearson his wife, 
daughter of the Rev. William Dalby, 
Rector of Compton Bassett, co. Wilts ; 
born 18 November 1873. 

HUNT. Vol. II, page 107. — Joseph 
Hunt of Culpho, CO. Suffolk, died 
there, aged 43, on Wednesday, 2 June, 
and was buried at Culpho on Monday, 
7 June 1909. Will dated 5 January 
1909, with codicil dated 18 May 1909, 
proved at Ipswich 22 November 1909, 
by Ethel Hunt, relict, Arthur Rust 
Hunt and George Watkins Hunt. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 69.— 
Robert Schlesinger Hutchison was 
promoted Major 22 August 1909. 

JALLAND. Vol. 12, page 60.— The Rev. 
Alfred Ernest Jalland was licensed to 
officiate in the diocese of Winchester 
1908. 

JALLAND. Vol. 14, page 189.— Emily, 
widow of Boswell Middleton Jalland, 
died at Holderness House, Hull, aged 
80, on Monday, 24 May, and was buried 
at Sutton-on-Hull 28 May 1909. Will 
dated 29 March 1884 with three 
codicils, proved at York 25 June 1909, 
by Boswell George Jalland, son, and 
Emily Webster, daughter, the Executors. 

JAMES. Vol. I, page 266.— The Rev. 
Frank James, who was Curate of 
St. Margaret's, Oxford, 1908- 1909, was 
appointed Rector of Edgworth, co. 
Gloucester, 1909. 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 52.— 
Caroline Ellen, only child of John 
Cordy Jeaffreson, died at Walden 
Abbotts, Whitwell, co. Hertford (the 
residence of Sir Frederick Holiday), 
aged 48, on Tuesday, 28 September, 
and was buried in Paddington Cemetery, 
Willesden Lane, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 2 October 1909, after a service 
at St. Augustine's, Kilburn. Will dated 
3 March 1904, proved in the Principal 
Registry 28 October 1909, by Henry 
Charles Newmarch and Frederic Stuart. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171.— Agnes, 
eldest daughter of the Most Rev. Hugh 
Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin 
and Primus of Scotland, died at 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall, on Thursday, 
8 July, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Falmouth 10 July 1909. The 
Confirmation of the will in favour of 
the Rev. Edmund Jermyn and Colonel 
David \Vilkie was issued by the Com- 
missary Court at Edinburgh 6 September 
1909, and re-sealed in the Principal 
Registry, London, 17 September 1909. 

Page 173. — Anne Bates, widow of 
Rowland Formby Jermyn, died at 
Rossetti House, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 84, on Wednesday, 
23 March, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 26 March 19 10. 

Colonel Turenne Jermyn wasappointed 
Assistant Quarter-Master-General, Head- 
Quarters, India, 6 July 1908. 

JESSEL. Vol. 9, page 72. — Herbert 
Merton and Maud Jessel have further 
issue a daughter, Doreen Maud, born 
at 50 Mount Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Sunday, 7 February 1909. 

JODRELL. Vol. 1, page 34— The Rev. 
Philip Sherlock Gooch died s.p. 29 
April, and was buried in the churchyard 
at Benacre, co. Suffolk, 4 May 1909. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— The Rev. 
I'ercy James Debenham Johnson was 
appointed Chaplain at Chakrata, North- 
west Provinces, India, 1908. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 18.— The Rev. 
Henry Barham Johnson was appointed 
Rector of Asliill, co. Norfolk, 1908. 

The Rev. John Hamilton Cowper 
Johnson, M.A., was licensed to officiate 
in the diocese of Oxford 1908. 

The Rev. Wilfrid Harry Cowper 
Johnson was appointed Chaplain on 
probationat Rangoon Cantonments 1909. 

Page 19. — The Rev. Hubert Vaughan 
Johnson, Rector of Merrow, co. Surrey, 
1 900- 1 908, was inducted to the Rectory 
of St. Michael's, Winchester, 30 April I go8. 

JONES. Vol. I, page 287. — Colonel Morey 
Quayle Jones retired 8 May 1909. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 66. — John Henry 
Joslin married at the Iron Room, West 
Thurrock, co. Essex, 24 October 1905, 
Mary Ruth, daughter of William H. 
Vellacott of Turmel House, West 
Thurrock. They have issue a son, 
John Henry Joslin, born on Thursday, 



JOSLIN, continued. 

26 August, baptised at the Congrega- 
tional Church, Upminster, co. Essex, 
in N'oveniber 1909. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 55.— Lieut.- 
Colonel William Joynson died at 
Tachbrook Mallory, Leamington, co. 
Warwick, in his 68th year, on Thursday, 
8 April, and was buried at Tachbrook, 
on Saturday, 17 April 1909. 

KENRICK. Vol. 5, page 127. -The 
Rev, Charles Boteler Kenrick was 
appointed Rector of St. Philip, Han)iIton, 
Ontario, Canada, 1908. 

KENRICK. Vol. 13, page 61.— Herbert 
William .\Iascall Kenrick retired from 
the iith Hussars 25 January 1908. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 4.— Frances 
.\nna, wife of Francis Elliott Kitchener, 
died at Oulton Old Hall, Stone, co. 
Stafford, in her 65th year, on Sunday, 
21 February, and was buried at Oulton 
26 February 1909. M.I. 

Page 5. — Elizabeth Thornton, wife of 
Philip Elliott Kitchener, was born 20 
December 1827 \jiot 1829]. 

Henry Thornton Kitchener married 
at Chester 12 June 1907, Margaret 
Elizabeth Evans. 

Norah Frances, only daughter 
of Colonel Henry Elliott Chevallier 
Kitchener, was married at the Church 
of the Sacred Heart, Mhow, Central 
Provinces, India, on Thursday, 17 
December 1908, to Patrick Albert 
Forbes i Beckett (elder son of Arthur 
i Beckett) ; born at Cavendish Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 17 March 
1880; joined the Royal Artillery 5 May 
1900, Lieutenant 3 April 1901 ; .served 
on the North-West Frontier of India 
1908, at operations against the Zakka 
Khel (slightly wounded). 

Page 6. — General Viscount Kitchener 
gazetted G.C.S.I. (Birthday Honours) 
June 1909, and Field Marshal on his 
retirement as Commander-in-Chief in 
India 10 September 1909, since when 
he has been Commander-in-Chief and 
High Commissioner in the Mediter- 
ranean ; the Order of the Grand Cordon 
of the Rising Sun of Japan was conferred 
upon him by the Emperor of Japan 
1909 ; appointed High Steward of 
Ipswich 1909. 

KNAPTON. Vol 4, page 16. — Augu.stus 
Lempriere Knapton Knapton was 
appointed J. P. for co. Hants 8 December 
1908. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



LANE. Vol. 5, page i6o. — The Rev. 
Charles Arthur Lane was Incumbent 
of St. Mark's, New Barnet, 1 898-1 901, 
Acting Chaplain to the Forces in India 
and South Africa 1901-1902, Local 
Preacher in the diocese of Pretoria, 
South Africa, 1903-1905, and Chaplain 
at Braamfontein 1904-1905. 

The Rev. Frederick John Lane was 
appointed Vicar of Holton-le-Clay, co. 
Lincoln, October 1909. 

LANGMAN. Vol. 6, page 26 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 1 4, page xviii .) — Archibald 
Lawrence and Eleanor Katherine 
Langman have issue a daughter, Mary 
Eleanor, born at 97 Eaton Square, 
Westminster, on Thursday, 6 August, 
baptised at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 3 November 1908. 

LAW. Vol. 7, page 62. — Patrick Francis 
Law died at Shurdington, co. Gloucester, 
aged 73, on Friday, 3 December, and 
was buried there 7 December 1909. 
Will dated 4 October 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 10 January 19 10, by 
Julia Law and Walter Henry Patrick Law. 
Cecil Arbuthnot Law was appointed 
Adjutant Poona Volunteer Rifles 9 July 
1909. 

LEE. Vol. 2, page 64. — Frederick Reginald 
Benedict Duncan Lee married at Christ 
Church, Insein, Lower Burma, India, 
on Saturday, 18 October 1902, Mary 
Morwenna, only daughter of Cornelius 
Edward Cardew, M. Inst. C.E., of the 
Burma Railways and of St. Mawgan-in- 
Pydar, co. Cornwall, J. P., by Flora 
his wife, daughter of George Hutchins 
Bellasis, Major in the Hon'''' East India 
Co.'s Bombay Army, and of Bowness, 
CO. Westmorland. They have issue a 
son, Leonard Staveley Lee, bom at 
Rangoon, Burma, on Wednesday, 29 
July 1903; and a daughter Alinnie 
Agnes Theodora, born at Taunggyi, 
Southern Shan States, Upper Burma, 
on Wednesday, 21 April 1909. 

Leonard Miles Henry Lee married at 
St. Matthias', Earl's Court, London, on 
Monday, 26 October 1908, Gwladys Ada 
Constance, daughter of Walter North, 
Stipendary Magistrate of Merthyr Tydvil. 

LEES. Vol. 4, page 15T. — Eric Brown 
Lees of Thurland Castle, co. Lancaster, 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
1897, B.A. 1900, M.A. 1904, J. P. for 
counties of Westmorland 1899, and 
Lancaster 1907, married at St. Wilfrid's, 
Melling, co. Lancaster, 23 June 1909, 



LEES, continued. 

Mary Florence, 3rd daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Stead Hope, Vicar of 
Holy Trinity, Southport, co. Lancaster, 
by Eleanor Jane his wife, daughter of 
William Allen Francis Saunders of 
Wennington Hall, co. Lancaster. 

LEGH. Vol. 10, page 79. — Arthur 
Masterton Robertson Legh was appointed 
J.P. for CO. Chester 16 October 1905, 
he was promoted Captain Cheshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 31 March 1906. 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 155.— Thomas 
William Coke, Earl of Leicester, K.G., 
died at Holkham Hall, co. Norfolk, on 
Sunday, 24 January, and was buried at 
Holkham on Thursday, 28 January 1909. 
Memorial service at Norwich Cathedral 
at the same time. Will dated 26 March 
1897, with seven codicils dated 13 
September 1897 to 10 November 
1906, proved in the Principal Registry 
25 February 1909, by Georgiana Caro- 
line, Countess Dowager of Leicester, 
Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, 
and George, Viscount Cobham. 

Page 157 (and Addenda., Vol. 14, 
page xviii.) — The Hon'''= John Spencer 
and Dorothy Olive Coke have issue a 
son, Gerald Edward Coke, born 24 
October 1907. The Hon''''= John 
Spencer Coke was promoted Captain 
Scots Guards 6 March 1909. 

Page 157. — Colonel Thomas William 
Coke, 3rd Earl of Leicester, C.M.G., 
was created G.C.V.O. 11 June 1908; 
President Norfolk Territorial Force 
Association 1908. 

Page 157 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page A-w.)^Thomas William, Viscount 
Coke, and Marion Gertrude his wife, 
have issue a daughter, Angela Mary, 
born 6 November, died 19 December 
1906; a son, Thomas William Edward 
Coke, born 16 May 1907, baptised at 
the Guards' Chapel, Wellington Barracks, 
London, 25 June 1907 (H.M. King 
Edward VII. stood sponsor) ; and a 
daughter, Sylvia Beatrice bom at 9 
Southwick Crescent, Paddington, Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 19 October 1909. 
Viscount Coke was appointed J.P. for 
CO. Norfolk lo September 1909. 

Page 157 (and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page xvi.) — The Hon*"'' Arthur George 
and Phyllis Hermione Coke have issue 
a daughter, Diana Merial, bom 7 No- 
vember 1907 ; and a son, Anthony 
Lovel Coke, born 11 September 1909. 



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ADDITIONS ^ CORRECTIONS. 



LEICESTER, continued. 

Page 158. — Reginald Grey Coke 
married 3rdly in London 17 December 
1907, Galia, daughter of Professor 
^Iichael Hambourg of 2 Clifton Gardens, 
Maida Hill, London. They have issue 
a daughter, Sylvia Katharine, born 
4 January 1910. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol. t, page 22 
(and Addenda, Vol. 2, pa};e iv.) — 
Granville Charles Gresham and Evelyn 
Mildred I^eveson Gower have further 
issue a son, Alan John Gresham 
Leveson Gower, born at Titsey Place, 
Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 22 September, 
baptised at Titsey 31 October 1909. 

Page 23 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xvi.) — Evelyn Marmaduke Gresham 
and Elo Janet Catherine Leveson Gower 
of Langiey Lodge, Sutton Valence, 
CO. Kent, have issue a son, Alastair 
Marmaduke Gresham Leveson Gower, 
born 14 June, baptised at Hollingbourne, 
CO. Kent, 2 August 1907. 

Page 23. — Henry Dudley Gresham 
Leveson Gower married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 23 April 1908, 
Enid Mary, elder daughter of Robert 
Sharp Borgnis Hammond-Chambers, 
K.C., by Lucy Grace his wife, daughter 
of William Henry Broadhurst of 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester. 

Page 24. — Arthur Francis Gresham 
Leveson Gower, a Knight of Justice of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England, retired from the 
Diplomatic Service i May 1905. 

Page 25. — William George Gresham 
Leveson Gower was appointed Clerk in 
the House of Lords 1908. 

Osbert Charles Gresham Leveson 
Gower was promoted Sub-Lieutenant 
R.N. 30 September 1908. 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 39.— 
The Rev. Frank Lillingston died, 
aged 37, 7 September, and was buried 
at Sail, CO. Norfolk, 10 September 1909. 
Page 40. — The Rev. Arthur Blackwell 
Goulburn and Mabel Mary Lillingston 
have further issue a son, Malcolm George 
Lillingston, born at Holy Trinity 
Vicarage, Hull, co. York, on Tuesday, 
13 July, baptised at Holy Trinity, Hull, 
13 August 1909. The Rev. .Arthur Black- 
well Goulburn Lillingston was appointed 
Acting Chaplain ist Volunteer I3attalion 
East Yorkshire Regiment 3 June 1905, 
Chaplain (4th-class) 4th Battalion East 
Yorkshire Regiment i April 1908. 



LILLINGSTON, continued. 

Page 40.— The Rev. Cecil George 
Campbell Lillingston was appointed 
Vicar of Christ Church, Clifton, 
CO. Ciloucester, November 1908. He 
married there on 'I'hursday, 11 
November 1909, Kathleen Marion 
Eleanora, daughter of Colonel Henry 
Bourchier Osborne Savile of Rodney 
Place, Clifton, C.B., V.D., formerly of 
the Royal Artillery. 

LINDSAY. Vol. 4, page 105. — Francis 
Howard Lindsay, B.A. Clare College, 
Cambridge, an Examiner in the Scottish 
Education Department, married at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridgc, London, on Thurs- 
day, 14 April 1910, Helen Margaret, 
daughter of Stewart MacDougall of 
Lunga, Ardfern, co. Argyll, Major 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Argyll, by 
Wilhelmina his wife, 2nd daughter and 
coheir of \N'illiam Liddell of Sutton and 
Keldy Castle, co. York. 

Page 106.- — Frances Ruby Vera, only 
child of Lieut.-Colonel Walter James 
Lindsay of Elmthorpe, near Oxford, was 
married at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
on Wednesday, 21 July 1909, to Ralph 
Harding Peto, eldest son of William 
Herbert Peto of Dunkinty, Elgin. 

(jeorge Humphrey Maurice Lindsay 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant King's 
Own Scottish Borderers 6 February 1909. 

LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 87. — Alfred 
Goldsmith Little died at Brownshill 
Court, near Stroud, co. Gloucester, 
aged 61, on Tuesday, 6 April 1909. 
Will dated 2 January 1909, proved in 
the Principal Registry i July 1909, by 
Edward Palling Little and Frederick 
Arthur Little, brothers, the Executors. 

Page 88. — Edward Palling Little 
married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Thursday, 30 
September 1909, Clara Gertrude, 
younger daughter of John Bury of 
Ayton, CO. York. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. i, page 238.— 
Henry Ambrose Pud.say Lililedale was 
promoted Lieutenant Yorkshire Light 
Infantry 16 November 1901, Captain 
I June 1909, on special employment in 
South Africa 17 January 1909. 

Page 239. — Ralph Pudsay Littledale 
retired from the Royal Engineers 18 
January 1907. 



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LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6, page 154.— 
Robert William Llewellyn of Court 
Colman, Bridgend, and of Baglan 
Hall, Briton Ferry, co. Glamorgan, 
J. P., D.L., died at Court Colman, 
aged 61, on Thursday, lo February, and 
was buried at Penyfai, co. Glamorgan, 
on Tuesday, 15 February 1910. 

William Herbert Clydwyn Llewellyn 
married at Ashprington, co. Devon, on 
Wednesday, 3 November 1909, Dorothy 
Louisa, youngest daughter of Colonel 
George Terry Luder Carwithen of 
Ashprington House, Totnes, co. Devon. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109. — William 
Jeffery Lockett married at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, 20 May 1908, 
Janetta de Vere, elder daughter of 
George Paynter of the Gate House, 
CO. Stafford, and of Eaton Grange, co. 
Leicester, J. P., Major King's Dragoon 
Guards, by Frances Maria Janetta his 
wife, daughter of Lord Amelius Went- 
worth Beauclerk (sth son of William, 
8th Duke of St. Albans) ; born 9 
September i88i. 

AVilliam Jeffery Lockett, Major 13th 
Hussars, was appointed Major nth 
Hussars 4 December 1909. 

Robert Kerr Lockett married at 
Condover, co. Salop, on Tuesday, 31 
August 1909, Ellen Hilda, only daughter 
of Edward Brocklehurst Fielden of 
Condover Hall, J. P., by Mary Ellen his 
ist wife, 3rd daughter of Thomas 
Knowles of Darnhall, co. Chester, M.P. ; 
born at Old Headington, co. Oxford, on 
Thursday, 11 August 1887. 

Page no (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page x.x.) — Richard Cyril and Beatrice 
Lockett, now of Clonterbrook, Aigburth, 
CO. Lancaster, have further issue a son, 
Gerald Derek Lockett, born at Clonter- 
brook, on Wednesday, 7 July, baptised 
at Christ Church, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool, 3 October 1909. 

Page no (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page x.x.) — John and Grimanesa Lockett 
have issue a daughter, Norah Isabella, 
born at Enmore, 34 Alexandra Drive, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, on Tuesday, 
17 November 1908, baptised at Christ 
Church, Sefton Park, 31 January 1909. 

Grimanesa is a daughter of Don 
Felipe B. Romero of Iquique, Chili, by 
Grimanesa his wife, daughter of Colonel 
Manuel Pedro de Vivanco of Lima, 
Peru; born in Lima 26 May 1880, 
baptised there; married istly at the 



LOCKETT, continued. 

Roman Catholic church, Iquique, 15 
April 1899, James Pearson Reid (eldest 
son of \V. R. Reid of Edinburgh), who 
died at Iquique, aged 34, on Sunday, 

28 January 1906, and was buried there. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 1 1, page 90.— The Rev. 
Arthur George Lockett was in India 
1890 to July 1909, Acting Chaplain at 
Innsbruck, Tyrol, until April 1910, and 
takes up an appointment as Assistant 
Priest to the Vicar of Christ Church, 
St. Albans, since that date. 

LONGSTAFF. Vol.6, page 72.— Beatrix 
Marie Longstaff, eldest daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel Llewellyn Wood Long- 
staff, was married at the parish church, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 

29 December 1908, to Du Pre Porcher 
Lance (3rd son of Lieut.-General Sir 
Frederick Lance, K.C.B., of The Laurels, 
Roehampton, co. Surrey, by Eling Eliza 
his wife, only daughter of Francis Hoare 
Spragge of The Quarry, Paignton, co. 
Devon, J. P.); born 23 March 1875. 

LOWE. Page 151, present volume. — 
Arthur Hill Ommanney Peter Hill-Lowe 
died at Bayview, Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
aged 61, on Sunday, 17 April, and was 
buried at Burford, co. Salop, 21 April 
1910. 

LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 39. — Colonel 
Frederick Windham Lukin died at 
35 Moore Street, Cadogan Square, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, in his 77 th 
year, on Monday, 8 November 1909. 
Will dated 30 May 1904, with codicil 
dated 25 November 1907, proved in 
the Principal Registry 7 December 
1909, by Kathleen Margaret Bagot 
Chester, the sole Executrix. 

LYSTER. Vol. 4, page 123.— Maud 
Alice, only daughter of Colonel William 
Henry Lyster, was married at St. 
George's, Camberley, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, n February 1909, to 
Kenneth Gofton-Salmond (son of 
Robert Gofton-Salmond) ; entered the 
Royal Navy as Cadet 15 July 1894, 
Midshipman 15 December 1896, Sub- 
Lieutenant 15 June 1900, Lieutenant 
26 June 1902, Commander Instructor 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Clyde 
Division, 

Page 124. — ^John Lionel Lyster died 
at 17 Brompton Square, London, on 
Saturday, 12 December, and was buried 
at Rusper, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 



ADDITIONS ^ CORRECTIONS. 



LYSTER, continued. 

17 December 1908. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
15 February 1909, to Gertrude Agnes 
Lyster, relict. 

Page 125. — Arthur Edward Lyster of 
Great Baddow, co. Essex, was appointed 
J. P. for CO. Essex 25 March 1909. 

Arthur Lumley St. George Lyster was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 
March 1909; now serving in H.M.S. 
" Drake," Flagship sth Cruiser Squadron. 

LYTE. Vol. 5, page 153. — Philippa 
Massingberd Maxwell, 2nd daughter of 
Henry William Maxwell Lyte, and wife 
of the Rev. Arthur Cyril Pearson, died 
at sc Montagu Mansions, Portman 
Square, London, on Easter Monday, 
12 April, and was buried at Sjtringfield, 
CO. Essex, on Thursday, 15 April 1909. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 19 May 1909, to the 
Rev. Arthur Cyril Pearson, husband. 

MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 93.— 
Charles Carroll Macnamara employed 
Avith the Egyptian Army 20 June 1908, 
is now employed in the Balio El 
Ghraral Province, Soudan. 

MADDISON. Vol. 5, page 152.— Sydney 
Maddison died at Hastings, co. Sussex, 
12 February, and was buried in Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings, 15 February 1909. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 32.— Lucy, 
elder daughter of Charles Rokeby Scott 
Maddock, was married at Canton, 
China, 14 February 1910, to Jacob 
Jewett Thompson, elder son of the 
Rev. Jacob Thompson, M.A. 

MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 29.— The 
Rev. Herbert Thomas Maitland was 
appointed Chaplain to St. Helen's 
School, Abingdon (Wantage Sisters), 
CO. Perks, 1906. 

MANNING. Vol. 2, page 123.— The 
Rev. {'harles Upwood Manning was 
appointed Acting Chaplain 5 September 
1900, and Chaplain (4th-class) 4lh 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment i April 
1909. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 4, page 119.— Mark 
Bell Marshall assumed, by Deed Poll 
dated 9 December 1908, the name of 
Bell before that of Marshall. 

Mark Henry Bell-Marshall was 
gazetted Captain in the Gloucester 
and Worcester Brigade Company, Army 
Service Corps, 5 February 1909. 



MARSHALL, continued. 

i'age 120. — Allan Walton died 11 
May, and was buried at Cheadle Hulme 
16 May 1903. 

Roger Robson Marshall died 23 
January, and was buried in Marton 
Church Burial Ground, Blackpool, co. 
Lancaster, 28 January 1908. 

Gertrude Beatrice Marshall, daughter 
of the above, died 23 March, antl was 
buried in Marton Church Burial Ground, 
Blackpool, 28 March 1910. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 15, page 98.— Edward 
Henry Marshall died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Susse.x, aged 58, on Friday, 
10 September, and was buried at 
Sandford St. Martin, co. Oxford, 14 
September 1909. Will dated 5 August 
1909, proved at Hastings 25 November 
1909, by Julia Marshall, relict, and 
Edward Ralph Marshall, son. 

Edward Ralph Marshall married at 
St. Paul's, Paddington, London, on 
Wednesday, 19 September 1907, 
Margaret Ursula, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. Thomas Henry Tydd, M.A., 
Curate-in-Charge of St. Cross, Holywell, 
Oxford, by Charlotte his wife, daughter 
of T. B. Hall of Rock Ferry, co. Chester. 

MARTEN, ^'ol. 6, page 60.— Captain 
Thomas Philip Walker, R.N., was 
appointed A.D.C. to H.M. King 
lidward VH. 8 February 1907, and 
promoted Rear- Admiral 22 March 1908. 
Page 62. — The Rev. George Henry 
Marten was instituted and inducted to 
the Rectory of Tatsfield, co. Surrey, 
5 June 1908. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 83.— Caroline, 
widow of the Rev. John Waddon 
Martyn, died at the Vicarage, Aston 
Abbots, CO. Buckingham, aged 93, on 
Saturday, 18 December, and was buried 
at Aston Abbots 22 December 1909. 
^Vill dated 8 April 1880, proved in the 
I'rincipal Registry 3 January 19 10, by 
the Rev. Thomas Waddon Martyn and 
John Waddon Martyn, the Executors. 

Anne Congreve, wife of the Rev. 
Thomas Waddon Martyn, died at the 
Vicarage, Aston Abbots, aged 50, on 
Wednesday, 12 May, and was buried at 
Aston Abbots 17 ^Iay 1909. 

MASON. Vol. 15, page 135. —Malcolm 
Forty and Winifred Mason have further 
issue a daughter, Ro.semary Winifred, 
born at Easington Lodge, Sproughton, 
CO. Suffolk, 7 November 1908, baptised 
at Bentley, co. Suffolk, 14 January 1909. 



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MASTER. Vol. 6, page 144.— Alfred 
Edmund Master was promoted Major 
Royal Army Medical Corps 29 October 
1905. 

MASTER. Vol. 13, page 82.— Charles 
Edward Hoskins Master married at 
the Oratory, Bromplon, London, on 
Wednesday, 9 June 1909, Beatrice 
Marie, 4th daughter of Cyril Wilson of 
4 Prince's Mansions, Victoria Street, 
London. 

Page 84. — Ernald Gilbert Hoskins 
Master entered the Royal Navy as 
Cadet 15 May 1903, Midshipman 15 
June 1903, Sub Lieutenant 15 August 
1906, Lieutenant 15 May 1908. 

MATHER. Vol. 4, page 34.— The Rev. 
John Cyril Vaughan Mather was 
appointed Chaplain at Belgrano, Buenos 
Ayres, Argentine Republic, 1907, and 
Curate of St. Nicolas', Guildford, co. 
Surrey, September 1908. 

Page 35. — Una, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Frank Albert Mather, was 
married at Yatton, co. Somerset, on 
Tuesday, 6 July 1909, to Thomas 
Strethill \Vright, M.B. (eldest son of 
Dr. Strethill Wright of Ganaren, co. 
Monmouth) ; B. A. of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, M.A. 1906. 

Page 36.— The Rt. Rev. Herbert 
Mather was appointed Rector of 
Hampton Bishop, co. Hereford, 1908. 

The Rev. Walter Stanley Mather, 
B.A. of Trinity College, O.xford, 1906, 
M.A. 1907, he was Curate-in-Charge of 
St. Michael's, Great Crosby, co. Lan- 
caster, 1907-1908, and of St. Luke's, 
Great Crosby (with charge of St. 
Michael's Mission, Blundellsands), since 
1908. 

MAUGHAN-ETTRICK. Vol. 13, page 
197. — The Rev. Slade Ettrick Maughan- 
Ettrick was Curate of Christ Church, 
Paignton, co. Devon, 1 905-1 906. 
Licenced Preacher for the dioceses of 
Birmingham and Lichfield 1906- 1908, 
and was appointed Chaplain to Sir 
William Houldsworth, Baronet, 1906. 

MAWDESLEY. Vol. 14, page 88.— 
William Joseph Robinson died at 
Holmfield, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 
76, 17 November, and was buried at 
Sephton, co. Lancaster, 20 September 
1908. \ 



MELLER. Vol. 7, page 153. — Ivy 
Linton, younger daughter of Alfred 
Meller, was married at Rushmere, co. 
Suffolk, on Tuesday, 17 August 1909, to 
Sir Edward Oswald Every of Egginton 
Hall, Burton-on-Trent, co. Derby, 
Baronet (son of Henry Edmund Every, 
("aptain 24th Regiment) ; born at 
Colchester, co. Essex, on Thursday, 
14 January 1886; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
15. A. 1908 ; succeeded his grandfather, 
Sir Henry Flower Every, as nth 
Baronet 26 February 1893. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 86.— James 
Robert Mellor was appointed Senior 
Master and King's Remembrancer 1905, 
and Registrar of Court of Criminal 
Appeal 1908. 

John Paget Mellor, C.B., succeeded 
Earl Desart as Treasury Solicitor and 
King's Proctor April 1909. 

The Rev. Wilfrid Paget Mellor was 
inducted to the Vicarage of Hersham, 
CO. Surrey, 24 April 1909. He married 
at St. Matthias', Earl's Court, London, 
on Tuesday, 29 March 1910, Olive 
Mary, daughter of Henry Brooks of 
Hersham Lodge, co. Surrey, by Fanny 
Clifton Tabor his wife ; born at Hesslee, 
Ewell, CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
I March 1882. 

Page 88. — Philip Horace Leyland 
Mellor graduated B.A. from Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, 1909. 

METHOLD. Vol. i, page 145 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page xlii.) — Henry 
Tindal and Sybil Mary Methold have 
further issue a daughter, Elizabeth 
Dorothea, born at 109 St. George's 
Road, Pimlico, London, on Thursday, 
16 December 1909, baptised at St. 
Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London, 
29 January 1910. 

Margaret Consuelo {see Vol. 14, 
page xxi.) daughter of Henry Tindal 
Methold, died at Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, aged i year and i r months, on 
Monday, 18 January, and was buried 
at Hepworth, co. Suffolk, on Thursday, 
21 January 1909. 

Page 146. — Frederick John Methold 
died at Thorne Court, Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, in his 68th year, on Tues- 
day, 15 December, and was buried at 
Lawshall, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 
19 December 1908. Will dated 8 
September 1908, with codicil dated 



XXXIV 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



METHOLD, continued. 

25 September 1908, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 13 February 1909, by 
Edith Caroline Methold, relict, Alexander 
Burnett Brown and William Charles 
Rowcliffe, the Executors. 

Page 147. — Vincent Montagu Metliold 
married at Slockton-on-Teme, co. \Sox- 
cester, on Tuesday, 14 September 1909, 
Sybil Susanna, eldest daughter of Enoch 
Smith of Highfield, Swindon, co. Wilts. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 130.-- 
Charles Stuart Percival Willoughby 
died at Hillcot House, Winchester, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 6 December 1909, 
and was buried at Winchester. Will 
dated 3 November 1887, proved in the 
Principal Registry 31 December 1909, by 
Elizabeth Willoughby, the sole Executrix. 

Adelaide Daphne Hermione, eldest 
daughter of Godfrey Ernest Percival 
Willoughby, was married at All Saints', 
Brompton, co. York, on Wednesday, 
3 November 1909, to Laurence Richard 
Oliphant (2nd son of Arthur Craigie 
Oliphant, by Agnes Mary his 2nd wife, 
daughter of Rear-Admiral William 
Horton, R.N., C.B.); born at Malabar 
Hill, Bombay, India, on Saturday, 16 
December 1877 ; entered the Royal 
Navy as Cadet 15 July 1891 ; Midship- 
man 15 September 1893, Sub-Lieutenant 
15 March 1897, Lieutenant 15 Sep- 
tember 1898, Commander 30 June 1909. 

Page 131. — Michael Guy Perceval 
Willoughby entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant South Lancashire Regiment 
9 October 1907, transferred to the 
17th Lancers 26 October 1907. 

Page 133. — Colonel Herbert Percival 
Willoughby retired from the Royal 
Artillery 19 December 1903. 

James Frederick Digby Wilknighby 
was appointed J.P. for co. Nottingham 
8 .\pril 1907. 

Ronald James Edward Willoughby 
was promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 
31 December 1906. 

Archibald Macdonald Willoughby was 
promoted Sub- Lieutenant 15 September 
1906, Lieutenant i April 1909. 

Colonel William Gordon Gordon- 
Cumming died s.p. at Quarry Bank 
House, Malton, co. York, 28 April 1908, 
and was buried at Malton. \Vill dated 
20 April 1895, proved • (Prin. Reg., 
1033, 1908) I July 1908, by the 
Hon'^'= Lettice Hermione Violet Gordon- 
Cumming, relict, the sole Executrix. 



MIDDLETON, confumed. 

I'.i-e I vl -The Rev. Nesbit Edward 
Willoughby was inducted to the Rectory 
of Cruwys Morchard, co. Devon, 30 
June 1905. 

Page 136 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page .x/ii.) — Colonel the Hon'''' Claude 
Henry Comaraich and Sibyl Louise 
Willoughby have issue a son, Henry 
Douglas Willoughby, born 14 March 
and died 27 March 1908. Colonel 
the Hon''''= Claude Henry Ct>maraich 
Willoughby, promoted Colonel by brevet 
15 NLirch 1907, was appointed to 
command the North Midland Mounted 
Brigade, Northern Command, Territorial 
Force, 8 April 1908. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xvi.) — Lord 
and Lady Midleton have issue a son, 
Francis Alan Brodrick, born at 34 
Portland Place, St. Marylebone, London, 
27 February, baptised at Peper Harow, 
CO. Surrey, 14 April 19 10. 

Page 97. — The Hon*"'' George St. 
John Brodrick was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant Surrey Yeomanry 1909. 

Page 99. — The Rev. the Hon'''"= Alan 
Brodrick, Master of St. Cross Hospital, 
Winchester, died at Folkestone, co. 
Kent, on Thursday, 6 May, and was 
buried at Winchester, on Monday, 10 
May 1909. Memorial services at the 
parish church, Alverstoke, and at 
Godalming the same day. Will dated 
20 August 1906, proved in the Principal 
Registry 27 July 1909, by Alan Melvill 
Brodrick and William John Henry 
Brodrick, the Executors. 

MILBORNE-SWINNERTON- 
PILKINGTON. Vol. 2, page 174. 
Mary, eldest daughter of Sir William 
Pilkington, 8th Baronet, died at Rock 
Cottage, Newmillerdam, co. York, 
aged 83, on Monday, 17 May 1909, and 
was buried in the churchyard at Sandal 
Magna, CO. York. Will dated 12 June 
1900, proved in the Principal Registry 
6 July 1909, by Sir Thomas Edward 
Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, Bart., 
Ernest Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilking- 
ton and Claude Milborne-Swinnerton- 
Pilkington, nephews, the Executors. 

MILNER. Vol. 13, page 40.— Marcus 
Henry Milncr was appointed M.V.O. 
(4th-class) 1909. 



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MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. 

\'ol. 4, page 1. — Kythe Catharine, 
widow of Hender John St. Aubyn 
Molesworth St. Aubyn and wife of 
Edward Maurice (ireenway of Haines 
Hill, Taunton, co. Somerset, died at 
Iddesleigh, Minehead, co. Somerset, on 
Sunday, 2 April, and was buried at 
Heathfield, co. Somerset, 5 April 1905. 
Will dated 13 August 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 829, 1905) 21 June 1905, 
by Edward Maurice Greenway, husband, 
the sole Executor. 

Page 3. — Isabella, youngest daughter 
of Colonel St. Aubyn Molesworth, and 
wife of Captain Arthur George FuUerton, 
R.N., died s.p. at Hove, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 7 November 1906, and was 
buried in West Brompton Cemetery, after 
a service at St. Matthias', Earl's Court, 
London. Administration (with will 
dated 29 May 1905) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 1598, 1906) 19 December 1906, to 
Arthur George Fullerton, retired Captain 
R.N., husband, the residuary legatee. 

MOLYNEUX. Vol. i, page 117.— The 
Rev. Bryan William Hockenhull Moly- 
neux was appointed Chaplain of Ludlow 
Union and instituted Vicar of Ludford, 
CO. Hereford, 12 December 1908, 
inducted 3 January 1909. 

MONCK. Vol. 2, page 136.— The Rev. 
George Gustavus Monck was inducted 
to the Vicarage of Stoke-sub-Hamdon, 
CO. Somerset, March 1909. 

MOORE. Vol. 8, page 107. — Lawton 
Llewellyn Moore was appointed J. P. for 
CO. Hereford, 1907. 

MORRIS. Vol. 8, page 135. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Henry Gage Morriswaspromoted 
Colonel by brevet, Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry, i March 1907, and 
retired i March 1908. 

NELSON. Vol. 13, page 191. — The 
Rev. the Hon'='= John Horatio Nelson 
of Lord's Oak, Landford, co. Wilts, 
resigned the Incumbency of Shaw-cum- 
Donnington, co. Berks, i October 1909. 
Page 192. — -Robert John Petti ward 
died at Finborough Hall, Stowrnarket, 
CO. Suffolk, in his 89th year, on Monday, 
3 February 1908, and was buried at 
Great Finborough. 

Page 194. — Charles Burrard and Anna 
Geraldine Kitson Nelson have further 
issue a daughter, Emily Geraldine Morval, 
born at the Vicarage, Morval, co. Corn- 
wall, on Thursday, i November 1906. 



NELSON, continued. 

Page 194. — Edward Agar Horatio 
and Geraldine Nelson have further 
issue a son, John Marie Joseph Horatio 
Nelson, born 21 July 1908. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 54.— 
Francis .Mexander Newdigate-Newdegate 
was returned (unopposed) as M.P. for 
the Tamworth Division of co. Warwick 
16 January 1909, and January 1910. 

NICHOLLS. Vol. 2, page 51.— Henry 
Lewin Faulconer NichoUs married at 
Marylebone Parish Church, London, on 
Wednesday, 19 January 19 10, Edith 
Violet, daughter of Edward Schuyler, 
Governor of H.M. Prison, Brixton, 
formerly Captain Prince of Wales' Own 
West Yorkshire Regiment, by Edith 
his wife, daughter of Henry Newton of 
Westwood, Bickley, co. Kent. 

NORBURY. Vol. II, page 175.— Paul 
FitzGerald Norbury was promoted 
Captain Indian Army 12 August 1908. 
He married at St. Paul's, Agra, North- 
West Province, India, on Friday, i Oc- 
tober 1909, Dorothy Norah Humphress. 
Page 176. — Brewster Norbury of 
Wilnicote, co. Warwick, married at 
Bidford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, on 
Wednesday, 9 June 1909, Mabel, 
daughter of Arthur Cecil Scott. 

NORFOLK. Vol. 12, page 29.— Winifred 
Mary Lisle, Dowager Lady Howard of 
Glossop, died at Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 
on Tuesday, 7 December 1909, and 
was buried in the Secular Churchyard, 
St. Bernard's Abbey. Will dated 27 
October 1908, proved in the Principal 
Registry 28 January 19 10, by Bernard 
Charles March Phillipps de Lisle, 
nephew, the sole Executor. 

OLIVE. Vol. I, page 232. — Vivian Gerald 
Olive entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant South Staffordshire Regiment 
25 December 1909. 

OLIVER. Vol. I, page 83.— John 
Farquharson Oliver, Lieutenant Man- 
chester Regiment, was transferred to 
the West .African Regiment 12 June 
1909. 

OLIVER. Vol. 2, page 146.— The Rev. 
Francis U'illiam Adye died at Gombard's, 
St. Albans, co. Hertford, aged 88, 
13 February, and was buried in the 
churchyard at Markyate, co. Hertford, 
18 February 1910. Will dated 27 
August 1883. 



ADDITIONS (y CORRECTIONS. 



OLIVER, continued. 

Page 146. — Gerald Oliver, who retired 
as Lieutenant from the Royal Navy 
14 March 1906, died at Shalford Manor, 
Guildford, aged 46, on Friday, 1 1 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried in the churchyard 
at Sunningdalc, co. Berks, 14 February 
1910. Will dated 14 June 1909, proved 
in the Principal Registry 22 March 
1910, by Vere Langford Oliver, brother, 
the sole ICxecutor. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 16.— Alfred 
Henry C)lllvant, Captain Royal Artillery, 
employed with the West African Frontier 
Force i September 1909. 

Page 17. — John Spencer Ollivant was 
promoted Major Royal Artillery 20 
October 1909. 

Page 1 7 {and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page xxiii.) — Edward and Olive Caroline 
Ollivant have issue a daughter, Anne 
Margaret, born at 1 1 Caroline Street, 
Eaton Square, Ix)ndon, on Sunday, 
30 January, baptised at Lower Seeding, 
CO. Sussex, 3 April igio. 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 40.— Lady 
l)(jruthy Evelyn Augusta, daughter of 
William Hillier, 4th Earl of Onslow, 
G.C.M.G., was married at West Clandon, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 21 September 
1909, to the Hon'''' Edward Frederick 
Lindtey Wood, youngest son of Charles 
Lindley, 2nd Viscount Halifax (see 
Vol. 10, page 134). 

OSWELL. Vol. 15, page 4— The Rev. 
William Henry LLoyd-Oswell assumed 
by Deed Poll dated 15 January 19 10, 
the additional name of LLoyd before 
that of Oswell, to himself and his 
descendants. 

The Rev. Basil Henry Oswell was 
ordained Deacon by the Bishop of 
London 1909, and appointed Curate 
of St. Columba's, Haggerston, co. 
Middlesex. 

Page 7. — Thomas John Oswell retired 
as Commander R.N. 27 December 1897 
\not 1S79]. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
169. — .A.Igernon Dunbar Pack-Beresford 
died at Mandeville Place, London, 
aged 33, on Saturday, 5 December, and 
was buried at Lorum, co. Carlow, 
8 December 1908. Will dated 28 
September 190S, proved in the Principal 
Registry, Dublin, 6 February 1909, by 
Hugh de la Poer Pack-Beresford, brother, 
the sole Executor. Sealed in London 
20 February 1909. 



PACKE. Vol. 7, page 166.— Edward 
llussey Packe married at the Chapel 
Royal, St. James' (by permission of 
H.M. the King), on Saturday, 1 1 De- 
cember 1909, the Hon'"'' Mary Sydney, 
elder daughter of Edward Arthur, 
Baron Colebrooke, C.V.O. ; born 24 
March 1890. 

Page 167. — The Rev. William James 
Packe died at the Vicarage, l''ecring, 
CO. Essex, aged 76, on Saturday, 18 
September, and was buried at Feering 
23 September 1909. Will dated 4 May 
1899, proved in the Principal Registry 
29 November 1909, by Margaret Lucy 
Packe, relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 167 {and Addenda, Vol. yj, 
page xxiii.) — Edmund Christopher and 
Olivia Rachel Norah Packe have issue 
a son, Charles William Christopher 
Packe, born at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, 
South .'\frica, on Sunday, 2 May 1909. 
Captain Edmund Cliristopher Packe 
was .Vdjutant Royal Fusiliers i October 
1905 to 30 September 1908. 

PARIS. Vol. 2, page 67.— Archibald Paris, 
Lieut. -Colonel Royal Marine Artillery, 
was promoted Colonel by brevet 28 
September 1905 ; Professor at the 
Royal Military Academy i January 
1903 to 8 March 1904, and Chief 
Instructor 9 March 1904 to 16 April 
1906; created C.B. 28 June 1907. 

PARRY. Vol. 15, page 104.— Sidney 
Gambler Parry was appointed J. P. for 
CO. Essex 7 April 1909. 

PAULL. ^'ol. I, (jagc II {and Addenda, 
Vol. p, page xi.) — James Philip and 
Catherine Stuart Hearle Paull have 
further issue a son, Vivian Hearle 
Paull, born 11 June 1909, baptised at 
Perran-ar-Worthal, co. Cornwall. 

PEACOCK. Vol. 10, page 119. — Arthur 
Warren Lumley Peacock died at 
Norwich, aged 60, on Saturday, 4 
September 1909. Administration (with 
will dated 31 August 1909) was granted 
at the Principal Registry 15 October 
1909, to Alice Mary Cooke, the residuary 
legatee. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, page 
55. — John Paget Mellor succeeded Earl 
Desart as Treasury Solicitor and King's 
Proctor April 1909. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PEARSON. Vol. lo, page 74.— Admiral 
Sir Hugo Lewis Pearson, K.C.B., retired 
from the Royal Navy 30 June 1908. 

Page 74 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xlvi.) — George Sherwen Hooke 
and Adeline Percy Whittall Pearson 
have further issue a son John Humfrey 
Pearson, born at 174 Cromwell Road, 
South Kensington, London, 2 Feb- 
ruary, baptised at Stoke Albany, co. 
Northampton, 27 March igio. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 45 — 
The Rev. William Feilding Penruddocke 
was appointed Assistant Curate of Holy 
Cross, in St. Pancras, London, 1 1 April 
1909. 

PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 96. — Louisa 
Harriet, youngest daughter of Ernest 
Augustus Perceval, died 19 January, 
and was buried at Nettlecombe, co. 
Somerset, 24 January 1908. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 69.— Archibald 
Stanley Percival of 17 Clareniont Place, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, and of Wearvale 
House, Chester-le-Street, co. Durham, 
M..\. {ad eundem) Durham University 
1893, Senior Surgeon Newcastle-on- 
'I'yne Eye Infirmary, married at St. 
Peter's, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 21 July 
1904, Winifred Helen, daughter of 
William Warner. They have issue a 
daughter, Ursula Mary, born at W'earvale 
House, Chester-le-Street, 10 July 1907, 
baptised at the parish church, Chester- 
le-Street ; and a son, Stanley Thomas 
Bassnett Percival, born at Wearvale 
House, Chester-le-Street, 18 August 
1909, baptised at the parish church, 
Chester-le-Street. Winifred Helen, wife 
of Archibald Stanley Percival, died at 
Wearvale House, Chester-le-Street, 22 
October, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Chester-le-Street 24 October 1908. 

Page 71. — Louisa Sarah, widow of 
Thomas Helier Percival, was married at 
Wickham, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 25 
August 1908, to Brownlow D. Knox, son 
of Captain Thomas Owen Knox, R.N. 

PEREN. Vol. 9, page 152.— Robert 
Henry Peren died at St. Helier, Jersey, 
13 January 19 10, and was buried in St. 
Saviour's Cemetery, St. Helier. 

PERROTT. Vol. I, page 272 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page xv.^ — Colonel 
Sir Herbert Charles Pcrrott, Baronet, 
C.B., and Ethel Lucy his wife, have issue 



PERROTT, continued. 

a daughter, Marie Louise Priscilla, bom at 
52 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 20 December 
1909, baptised at the parish church, 
Brompton, London, 11 February 1910. 

PHILLIPS. Vol. II, page 1 47. — Catherine, 
widow of Frederick Hervey Bathurst 
Phillips, Captain Royal Artillery, died at 
Lame, Park Road, Worthing, co. Sussex, 
aged 80, on Saturday, 10 October 1908. 
Will dated 13 September 1898, with 
codicil dated 22 January 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1800, 1908) 29 December 
1908, by Frances Margaret Bois, wife of 
John Charles Bois, and Edward Morris 
Gibson, the surviving Executors. 

Page 150. — Frank Tmscott Phillips 
was promoted Major Royal Marine 
Light Infantry 26 May 1906. 

Page 152. — The Rev. Lionel Fremantle 
Phillips was appointed Curate of Gulval, 
CO. Cornwall, 1908. 

Charles Truscott Phillips was promoted 
Clerk Royal Navy 1 5 January 1 906, and 
Assistant Paymaster 7 October 1908. 

PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE. Vol. 

14, page 52. — Saffron Enid, youngest 
daughter of Harry Pickersgill-Cunliffe, 
was married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Saturday, 9 April 19 10, to 
Arthur Bertram Randolph, younger son 
of Arthur Randolph Randolph, by Edith 
Sybil, his 2nd wife, daughter of William 
May of Washington, U.S.A. 

Page 53. — John Cunliffe Pickersgill- 
Cunliffe, Lieutenant 2nd Worcestershire 
Regiment, wears the Queen's \not the 
King's] medal for South African War. 

PILKINGTON. Vol. i, page 254.— 
Helena Adelaide, wife of the Rev. 
Joseph Green Pilkington, died at 
Montagu House, Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 16 February, and 
was buried in Norwood Cemetery 19 
February 1909. ^\ ill dated 29 June 
1907, proved in the Principal Registry 
22 March 1909, by the Rev. Joseph 
Green Pilkington, husband, and Joseph 
Nicholson Guy, the Executors. 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30. — Francis 
William Pixley was appointed J. P. for 
the county of I^ondon 1908. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, page loi. 
Charles Platt-Higgins of Naples, Italy, 
died 25 November, and was buried in 
the Protestant Cemetery at Naples 30 
November 1909. 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



PLUMER. Vol. I, page 218. — John 
Bagwill I'lumer died at Causeway, 
Darlington, co. Devon, in his 80th year, 
on Thursday, 16 December, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Brooking, 
Darlington, 20 December 1909. Will 
dated 3 July 1893, proved in the 
Principal Registry 10 February 1910, 
by Jessie Thomson Plumer, George 
Francis Kellock, and Alfred Saxby 
Plumer, the Executors. 

Page 220. — William Plumer died 24 
June, and was buried in Fairview 
Cemetery, North Bergen, Norway, on 
Saturday, 26 June 1909. 

PORTMAN. Vol. II, page 37.— Violet 
Guendolen, only child of the Hon'''"= 
Edwin Berkeley Portman, was married 
at Holy Trinity, .Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 2 January 
1909, to Frank Charles Lindo, only son 
of Charles Lindo of 30 Hyde Park 
Square, London. 

Page 43. — Maurice Percy Berkeley 
Portman was promoted Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 30 June 1906. 

POWELL. Vol. 1 2, page 143.— Elizabeth 
Jane, widow of William James Powell, 
died at .Abbotsfield, St. Michael's in the 
Hamlet, Liverpool, aged 83, on Monday, 
6 December, and was buried at Wallasey, 
CO. Chester, on Thursday, 9 December 
1909. Will dated February 1908, 
proved at Liverpool 4 January 19 10, by 
the Rev. Canon Astell Drayner Powell, 
son, and William Seeds Patterson, son- 
in-law. 

The Rev. Astell Drayner Powell was 
appointed Hon. Canon of Manchester 
25 May 1909. 

POWIS. Vol. 13, page 109. — Lady 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of 
Edward Herbert, 2nd Earl of Powis, 
and widow of Hugh Montgomery, died 
at 19 Lowndes Square, Westminster, on 
Tuesday, 15 May 1906, and was buried 
at Cheriton, co. Kent. Will dated 10 
January 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 
844, 1906) 25 June 1906, by William 
Edward Montgomery, Major-General in 
H.KL Army, son, one of the Executors. 

Page 113. — Major-General William 
Henry Herbert died at Winsley Hall, 
Shrewsbury, in his 7Sth year, on 
Friday, 29 January, and was buried 
at Welshpool, co. Montgomery, 2 
February 1909. 

Percy Mark Herbert, graduated B.A. 
from Trinity College, Cambridge, 1907, 



POWIS, iontimud. 

was ordained Deacon 1908, and Priest 
1909, by the Bishop of Worcester; 
he was appointed Curate of Rugby 
September 1908. 

PRICE. Vol. 7, page 89. — Reginald 
Henry Uvedale Price married at St. 
Mary Abbotts', Kensington, London, on 
Wednesday, 2 June 1909, Mabel I'A'elyn, 
elder daughter of Ashley Mackenzie, 
Captain East Yorkshire Regiment, by 
Alice his wife, daughter of General 
Henry James Stannus, C.B. 

Geoffrey Uvedale Price married at 
St. John's, Putney, co. Surrey, 28 
October 1908, Winifred Ethel, only 
daughter of Edgar L. Price of The Bays, 
East Putney, co. Surrey. They have 
issue a daughter, Vivienne Henrietta, 
born I February 19 10. 

Page 90. — Charles Henry Uvedale 
Price was promoted Lieut. -Colonel 
Indian Army i March 1905 and 
Colonel by brevet i March 1908. 

Cyril Uvedale Price was promoted 
Captain Indian Army 11 February 1899, 
and Major 11 February 1906. He 
married at Christ Church, Folkestone, 

11 October 1902, Ethel Maude, elder 
daughter of William Henry Ashe, 
Captain i8th Royal Irish Regiment. 

PRICE. Vol. 15, page 151. — Kenneth 
Alexander and Helen Mary Price have 
further issue a daughter, Phyllis, born 
14 September 190S, baptised at 
Moosomin, Canada. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 5, page 62.— Thomas 
Engleduc Peganus Prideaux was baptised 
at the parish church, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, in August 1850 [;w/ as an adult], 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 15, page 1 4 1. —Walter 
Treverbian and Marion Fenn Prideaux 
have issue a son, Walter Arbuthnot 
Prideaux, born at 77 Inverness Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, on Tuesday, 4 
January, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Latimer Road, London, on Saturday, 

12 February 19 10. 

Page 143. — Antoinette, w'ife of Henry 
Maxwell Prideaux, died at Paignton, co. 
Devon, on Thursday, 20 January 1910. 

PRIDEAUX. Page 36, present volume. 
Francis Beville Prideaux, Major Indian 
Army (Political Department) married 
at All Souls', Loudon Road, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex, 12 April 19 10, 
Constance Mary Clibborn, elder daughter 
of William Clibborn of Liverpool. 



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PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 
98. — Fulke Knatchbull Prideaux-Brune 
was promoted Sub-Lieutenant Royal 
Navy 12 October 1906, and Lieutenant 
30 June 1909. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. i, page 197 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xix.) — George 
Edward Barker and Violet Octavia 
Pritchett have further issue a son, Hugh 
Edward St. Maur Pritchett, born at 
Clymping Dene, Feltham, co. Middlesex, 
on Sunday, 3 March, baptised at St. 
Catherine's, Feltham, i6 April 1907 ; 
also a daughter, Cynthia Violet Mary, 
born at Old Mead, Capel, co. Surrey, 
on Monday, 23 August, baptised at 
Capel 6 October 1909. 

Page 200. — The Rev. Percy Hugh 
Pritchett was appointed Vicar of Mount 
Somers, Canterbury, New Zealand, 1908. 
Page 202. — The Rev. Norman 
Pritchett of Lampeter College, B.A. 
1893, was Curate of Chesterton, co. 
Stafford, 1894-97, of St. Michael's, 
Southwark, London, 1897-99, '^^ Holy 
Trinity with St. Andrew's, Waterside 
Mission, Milton-next-Gravesend, co. 
Kent, 1899-1909, and Vicar of Stoke- 
at-Hoo, CO. Kent, 1909. 

PUNCHARD. Vol. 3, page 136.— The 
Rev. Elgood George Punchard was 
appointed Hon. Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Truro 30 November 1906. 

Alfred Punchard was educated at 
Haileybury 1899-1904, and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 
1 905- 1 906, and entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant North Staffordshire 
Regiment 6 November 1906, Lieutenant 
I April 1909. 

RAGLAN. Vol. n, page 102.— The 
Hon''''^ FitzRoy Richard Somerset was 
promoted Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 
I July 1906. 

REDDIE. Vol. 12, page 185.— John 
Murray Reddie was promoted Major 
Worcestershire Regiment 14 February 
1908. 

Anthony Julian Reddie was appointed 
Adjutant Territorial Force 1 7 November 
1909. 

RENDLESHAM. Vol. 14, page 127.— 
The Hon''''= Hugh Edmund Thellusson 
was promoted Captain Royal Artillery 
9 November 1907. 



REYNARD. Vol. 3, page 164.— Claude 
Edward Reynard was promoted Captain 
1 2th Lancers 3 January 1909. 

Page 166. — Robert Eroding Reynard, 
Registrar of the Edward Medal for 
Miners, October 1907, of the Edward 
Medal for other industries December 
1909, and of the King's Police Medal 
July 1909; Assistant Registrar of the 
Baronetage April 19 10. 

RICKETTS. Vol. I, page 274. — Frederick 
William Rodney Ricketts succeeded 
his nephew, Sir Tristram Tempest 
Tempest, as 5th Baronet, on Wednesday, 
23 June 1909. 

Claude Albert Frederick Ricketts 
married at Walton -on -Thames, co. 
Surrey, 5 February 1907, Lilian Helen 
Gwendoline, only daughter of Arthur 
Manley Hill of Goodameary, South 
Devon, and of Silver Birches, Walton- 
on-Thames. They have issue a daughter, 
Alice May Mildred Lilian, born at Fingle, 
Curzon Road, Weybridge, co. Surrey, 29 
October 1907; and a son, Claude 
Tristram Arthur Nigel Ricketts, born 19 
December 1908, died 20 January, and 
was buried at Weybridge 23 January 
1909. 

RIMINGTON-WILSON. Vol. 5, page 
163. — John Wilson Rimington died, 
aged 77, on Sunday, 4 July, and was 
buried in Elmer's End Cemetery, 
Beckenham, co. Kent, 7 July 1909. 
Will dated 14 February 1885, proved 
in the Principal Registry 10 August 
1909, by Sophia Ann Adelaide 
Rimington, relict, the sole Executrix. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 20.— George 
Sangster Rivington married at Bath 
Abbey on Tuesday, 28 December 1909, 
Emily, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Gibson, Rector of Fyfield, co. 
Essex. 

Page 21. — Charles Sangster Rivington 
was educated at Bristol ; M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1906, Assistant House 
Physician and Surgeon and House 
Physician Bristol General Hospital. 
He married at Holy Trinity, Ilfracombe, 
CO. Devon, 4 August 1908, Frances 
Louise, daughter of Jesse Marriot 
NichoUs. They have issue a son, 
Charles Francis Rivington, born at 16 
Sandbourne Road, Brockley, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 30 April, baptised at St. 
Paul's, Deptford, co. Kent, 23 May 1909. 



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RIVINGTON, continued. 

I'agc 23. — Charles Robert Rivington, 
Mayor of Appleby 1894-95, was 
appointed High Sheriff for co. 
VVestmorland 29 February igo8. 

Page 24. — Edith Elizabeth, wife of 
Septimus Rivington, died at Kilmeny, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, aged 60, on 
Easter Sunday, 27 March 19 10. Will 
dated 15 November 1899, proved in 
the Principal Registry 16 April 1910, 
by Septimus Rivington, husband. 

The Rev. Herbert Basil Rivington 
was appointed Chaplain at Khartoum, 
Soudan, 1906. 

ROBERTS. Vol. 7, page 160.— Ellen 
Elizabeth, widow of Harvey Roberts, 
died at Altyre, Sutton, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 21 April, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Sutton on Monday, 
26 April 1909. Will dated 10 October 
1902, with three codicils dated 15 Octo- 
ber 1904, 15 February and 17 February 
1909, proved in the Principal Registry 
7 July 1909, by the Rev. Edward 
Gates, Harry Maynard Carter and 
Frederick Arthur Crisp, the Executors. 

ROBERTS. Vol. II, page 3.— Arthur 
Roberts, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., died at 
Oakleigh, Eltham, co. Kent, on Friday, 
19 March, and was buried at St. 
Lawrence's, Ramsgate, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 23 March 1909. Will dated 
24 November 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 7 May 1909, by his 
daughter, Frances Dorothea, wife of 
Colonel Beamish St. John Barter, 
Lincolnshire Regiment, Harry Edgar 
Lawrence and George Hubbard. 

Frances Dorothea Lowndes, younger 
daughter of Arthur Roberts, was married 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 18 June 1898, to Colonel 
Beamish St. John Barter (son of the 
Rev. John Thomas Barter of Bandon, 
CO. Cork, by Eliza his wife, daughter of 
William Ewart of Sydenham, Belfast) ; 
born 22 January 1858; entered the 
Lincolnshire Regiment as Lieutenant 1 1 
September 1876, Captain 1883, Major 
1898, Lieut. -Colonel 1906, Colonel by 
brevet 11 March 1909; Listructor in 
Military Topography, Royal Military 
College, 13 May 1885 to i August 1902, 
and Professor Royal Military College 
28 January 1897 to 9 May 1902. 

Page 12. — Earl Roberts was appointed 
LL.D. Glasgow 1907, Toronto 1908, 
and Liverpool 1909. 



ROBERTS-WEST. Vol. 6, page 55.— 
Reginald Montagu Roberts-West was 
promoted Commander Royal Navy 
I January 19 10. 

Page 56. — Charles Raymond Roberts- 
West married at the Cathedral, Bombay, 
India, on Wednesday, 16 December 
1903, Mildred, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Granville Dickson, Rector of 
Coulsdon, CO. Surrey. Charles Raymond 
Roberts-West, Captain Essex Regiment 
I November 1903, was Adjutant Essex 
Regiment i November 1903 to 31 
October 1906. 

Archer Roberts-West was promoted 
Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 April 
1906, Lieutenant 31 December 1908. 

RODDAM. Vol. 1 1, page 117.— Roddam 
John Roddam was promoted Lieut. - 
Colonel 3rd Battalion Northumberland 
Fusiliers Reserve. 

Helen Mary Goldie, elder daughter of 
the above, was married 9 July 1908, to 
Graham Carr Holderness ; born 1 1 
October 1876; entered the Army from 
Militia as 2nd Lieutenant Northumber- 
land Fusiliers 4 May 1901, Lieutenant 
21 May igo2. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 135.— Reginald 

William Scott Rogers retired as Captain 
Royal Navy 11 June 1898. 

Page 137. — The Rev. Enys Henry 
and Sarah Louisa Rogers have further 
issue a daughter, Elizabeth Duffus, born 
at 16 Montpelier Villas, Brighton, on 
Tuesday, 2 March, baptised at St. 
Stephen's, Brighton, 29 November 1909. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 95. — Edward Richard 
Rope married at Aratapu, Auckland, 
New Zealand, 13 April 1909, Rhoda 
Morgan of Aratapu. They have 
issue a son, Edward Rope, born at 
Te Kopuru, Northern Wairoa, Auckland, 
5 February 19 10. 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 2. — Lucy Frances 
Gray, 4th daughter of the Rt. Hon"* 
James Round, was married at Birch on 
Saturday, 23 January 1909, to Charles 
Ernest Higginbotham (2nd son of 
Charles Titus Higginbotham of Craig- 
maddie, Milngavie, co. Stirling) ; born at 
16 Woodside Place, Gla.sgow, on Wed- 
nesday, 4 July 1866; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant Northamptonshire 
Regiment 5 February 1887, Lieutenant 
16 April 1890, Captain 2 January 1899, 
Major 2 June 1907; Superintendent 



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ROUND, continued. 

Gymnasia, Western District, 21 July 
1899 to 20 July 1902, D.A.A.G., South 
Africa, 2 November 1903 to 15 May 
1904, Staff Captain, Standerton Sub- 
District, South Africa, 16 May 1904 to 
15 May 1907, Superintendent Gymnasia, 
Aldershot Command, i September 1909. 

Edith Creffield, 5th daughter of the 
Rt. Hon''''= James Round, died, aged 30, 
on Tuesday, 27 April, and was buried at 
Birch, CO. Essex, 30 April 1909. 

Page 3. — Louisa, 4th daughter of the 
Rev. James Thomas Round, died at 
Basketts, Copford, co. Esse.x, aged 67, 
on Sunday, 20 February, and was 
buried at Birch 23 February 1910. 

The Rev. George Richard Jolliffe 
Round, of Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 
19 September 1909, was ordained 
Deacon by the Bishop of St. Albans 
1909, and appointed Curate of St. 
Mary's, Leytonstone, co. Essex, 1909. 

Page 5. — The Rev. George Henry 
Round -Turner, educated at St. John's 
College, Oxford, and at Lincoln, 
ordained Deacon 1906, by Bishop Paget 
for Norwich; Curate of St. Bartholomew's, 
Heigham, co. Norfolk, 1906- 1909, and 
(if St. Mark's, Norwich, 1909. 

ROXBURGHE. Vol. 12, page 156.— 
Lady Susan Harriet, elder daughter of 
James Henry Robert, 6th Duke of 
Roxburghe, and widow of Sir James 
GrantSuttie, Baronet, died at Preston 
Grange, co. Haddington, aged 65, on 
.Saturday, 16 October, and was buried 
at Dunbar on Thursday, 21 October 
1909. 

Page 159. — Lord Alastair Robert 
Innes-Ker was promoted Captain Royal 
Horse Guards 10 May 1909. 

Lord Robert Edward Innes-Ker 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Irish Guards i August 1908, Lieutenant 
8 September 1909. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 14. — Colonel Sir 
Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B., received 
the Territorial Officers' Decoration 1909. 
Page 16. — Charles William Rawson 
Royds was promoted Commander Royal 
Navy 31 August 1909. 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 2 (and Addenda, 
Vol. I J, page xxii.) — The Rev. Charles 
Cradock Twemlow and Margaret Ada 
Royds have issue a son, Charles Everard 
Cradock Royds, born at Heysham, co. 
Lancaster, 9 December 1909, baptised 



ROYDS, continued. 

there 16 January 1910. The Rev. 
Charles Cradock Twemlow Royds was 
instituted to the Rectory of Heysham 
I December 1908. 

Page 3. — The Rev. Thomas Fletcher 
Royds, of Worcester College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1903, M.A. 1906, was Assistant 
Master and Chaplain of Wellington 
College 1905-1906; Curate of Sutton 
Courtenay, co. Berks, 1906-1908, of 
Holy Trinity, Great Malvern, co. Wor- 
cester, 1 908-1 909, and of St. Mary's, 
Malvern, 1909. 

RUDGE. \'ol. 15, page 145. — Edward 
Charles Rudge died at Abbey Manor, 
Evesham, co. Worcester, aged 81, on 
Tuesday, 14 December, and was buried 
in family vault in the churchyard of St. 
Laurence, Evesham, 18 December 1909. 
Page 146. — The Rev. William John 
Rudge, died at Ardnave, Basset, South- 
ampton, aged 69, on Friday, 15 April, 
buried in Bournemouth Cemetery on 
Wednesday, 20 April 1910, after service 
at St. Michael's, Basset. 

RUGGE-PRICE. Vol. 14, page 165.— 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 6th daughter of 
Sir Charles Price, Baronet, was baptised 
at Bridewell Chapel, London ; she died 
28 March 1837, and was buried at 
St. Sepulchre's, London. 

RYLAND. Vol. i, page 247.— Llewellyn, 
Madeley Ryland of Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, married at St. Thomas', 
St. John's, Newfoundland, on Thursday, 
12 August 1909, Muriel Eliza, elder 
daughter of Marmaduke George Winter 
of St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Thomas Howard Ryland of Moxhull 
Hall, Erdington, co. Warwick, married 
at St. Andrew's, Wells Street, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 June 1909, Beryl 
Stratheden, daughter of John Stratheden 
Campbell, C.S.I. , CLE., of the Indian 
Civil Service, Commissioner of Kumaun, 
by Honor his wife, daughter of Major- 
General Sir Oliver Richardson New- 
march, K. C.S.I. They have issue a son, 
Nigel Ryland, born 4 April 1910. 

Dorothy Helen, only child of Sidney 
Proctor Ryland, was married at Charlton 
Kings, CO. Gloucester, on Thursday, 16 
September 1909, Edwin Charles 
Willoughby of Courtfield, Charlton 
Kings, only son of Charles Christopher 
Willoughby, Captain 60th King's Royal 
Rifles, by Margaret his wife, daughter of 
Thomas Pynsent of Northam, co. Devon. 



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ST. GEORGE. Vol. i, page io6.— 
Howard St. George died in Lontlon 
29 November, and was buried in 
Streatham Cemetery, co. Surrey, 3 
December 1908. 

Page 1 08. — The Rev. Howard St. 
George's will, dated 15 December 1883, 
with a codicil dated February 1894, 
was proved at Liverpool 29 December 
1898, by Emilia St. George, widow, 
Frances Emilia St. George, spinster, 
daughter, and Arthur Baldwin St. 
George, nephew, three of the Executors. 

SALT. Vol. 3, page 104. — Harriet, widow 
of the Rev. George Salt, died at 73 
Park Road South, Birkenhead, co. 
Chester, in her 92nd year, 1 1 March, 
and was buried in Flaybrick Hill 
Cemetery, Birkenhead, 15 March 1909. 
Will dated 3 October 1907, proved at 
Chester. 

SALTER, Vol. 2, page 38.— The Rev. 
Thomas Morgan Bell Salter was 
appointed Rural Dean of Woodleigh 
1909. 

SCARBROUGH. Vol. 13, page 75.— 
Aldrcd F"rederick George Beresford 
Lumley, Earl of Scarbrough, was 
appointed a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England 15 December 
1909. 

SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53._Shelley 
Leopold Laurence Scarlett, Baron 
Abinger, was promoted Hon. Captain 
3rd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment 
5 December 1900, retired as Major 
20 October 1908. 

The Hon"' Robert Brooke Campbell 
Scarlett is now a Barrister-at-Law. 

The Hon'''' Hugh Richard Scarlett 
was appointed A.D.C. to the Governor 
of Queensland (Sir William MacGregor, 
G.C.M.G., C.B., M.D.) 15 October 
1909; promoted Captain Royal Horse 
Artillery 1909. 

The Hon""'' Percy Gerald Scarlett 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant East 
Kent Regiment 20 March 1907. 

The Hon'''= Leopold Florence 
Scarlett was promoted Sub-Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 30 July 1908. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 80.— George 
Nathaniel Curzon, Baron Curzon of 
Kedleston, created Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 
1904, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1907, 



SCARSDALE, continued. 

Hon. LL.D. .Manchester 1908; Romanes 
Lecturer 1907, Lord Rector of Glasgow 
University 1908, Hon. Fellow of Balliol 
College 1907, Lord Warden of the 
Cinque Ports 1904- 1905 ; a Repre- 
sentative Peer for Ireland 1 1 August 
1908; Fellow of the British Academy 
1908. 

Page8i.— The Hon'''"^ Alfred Nathaniel 
Curzon was appointed Hon. Colonel 
3rd Battalion (special reserve) 26 July 
1908. 

SCOTT. Vol. 15, page 127. — James 
William Scott was created a Baronet 
27 July 1909. 

.Samuel Haslam and Carmen Estelle 
Scott have issue a daughter, Mary 
Margareta, born 16 March 19 10. 

SEFTON. Vol. 10, page 158. — The 
H()n'''"= Richard Frederick Molyneux 
was appointed M.V.O. (4thclass) 6 July 
1909. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 106.— Charles 
Lancelot Shadwell, r3.C.L., was elected 
Provost of Oriel College, Oxford, 4 
October 1905. 

Page 107. — Lionel Lancelot Shadwell 
was Secretary to the Commissioners in 
Lunacy 1901-1904, and was appointed 
Commissioner 1904. 

Walter Harvey I^ancelot Shadwell 
was appointed J. P. for co. Cornwall 
1901. 

Page 109 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page xiii.) — Leonard Julius and (lertrude 
Ellen Shadwell have further issue a 
son, George Lawrence Shadwell, born 
at 6 Mont le Grand, Exeter, on 
Tuesday, 28 June, baptised at Exeter 
Cathedral in August 1904. Leonard 
Julius Shadwell was promoted Lieut.- 
Colonel 23 February 1907 ; .Staff 
Officer Cape Peninsular Volunteers 23 
February 1907. 

Page 109 {and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page x.xvii.) — The will of Bertha, wife 
of Arthur Shadwell, .M.D. (who died 2 
November 1907), was dated 3 January 
1901, and was proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 January 1908, by William 
Price James, brother, and Fanny James, 
sister, the Executors. 

Page no. — -The Rev. Felix Shadwell 
was appointed Rector of Bromeswell, 
CO. Suffolk, 1905. 



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SHANN. Vol. I, page 170.— The Rev. 
Cliarles Brodie Shann of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1906, M.A. 
1910, was appointed Curate of Christ 
Church, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 5 April 
1908. 

SHEDDEN. Vol. n, page 28.— The 
Rev. Roscow George Shedden, M.A. of 
New College, Oxford, was appointed 
Curate of All Saints', Margaret Street, 
Marylebone, London, April 1909, and 
Chaplain (4th-class) ist Battalion Lon- 
don Regiment (Territorial Force) 24 
August 1909. 

SHEKELL. Vol. 6, page 69. — Thomas 
Stevens Shekell died at Pebworth, co. 
Gloucester, 21 April 1908. Will dated 
16 November 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 980, 1908) 20 June 1908, by the 
Rev. Edleston Bonner Shekell, son, the 
sole Executor. 

The Rev. Edleston Bonner Shekell, 
J. P. for CO. Gloucester 1896, and for co. 
Worcester 1897, proceeded M.A. from 
Balliol College, Oxford, 1896. 

SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 23.— 
("olonel the Hon'''"= Charles Dutton died 
at Gloucester, aged 66, on Saturday, 
6 November, and was buried at Bibury, 
CO. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 10 
November 1 909. Will dated 8 February 
1869, proved at Gloucester 10 December 
1909, by the Hon''i= May Arbuthnot 
Dutton, relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 24. — Piers Edwin Dutton 
married at Great Barrington, co. 
Gloucester, on Tuesday, 5 October 
1909, Muriel Frances Caroline, elder 
daughter of Edward Rhys Wingfield of 
Barrington Park, co. Oxford, J. P. and 
D.L., by Edith Caroline his wife, 
daughter of the Rev. Peter Almeric 
Wood, Rector of Newent, co. Gloucester. 

SHIRLEY. Vol. 12, page 88.— The Rev. 
William Richardson Linton died at the 
Vicarage, Shirley, co. Derby, aged 57, 
on Saturday, 4 January 1908. Will dated 
10 July 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 615, 
1908) 7 April 1908, by Walter Knight 
Shirley and John Linton Myers, 
Professor of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
the Executors. 

SHUTTLEWORTH. Vol. 13, page 166. 

Lord Shuttleworth was appointed 
President of the Lancashire Territorial 
Force 1908. 



SIEVEKING. Vol. 11, page 181.— 
Emmeline Wood, youngest daughter of 
Sir Edward Henry Sieveking, M.D., 
was married at St. James', Sussex 
Gardens, London, on Thursday, 2 
December 1909, to Matthew Eason 
Wilkinson, 2nd son of Matthew 
Alexander Eason Wilkinson, M.D. Edin., 
F.R.C.P. Lond., of Greenheys, .Man- 
chester, and Middlethorpe Hall, York. 

SIMPSON. Vol. 10, page 150.— The 
Rev. Francis Simpson, Rector of Foston, 
CO. York, for 54 years, died there, aged 
94, on Wednesday, 28 July, and was 
buried at Wintringhara, co. York, on 
Saturday, 31 July 1909. Will dated 16 
June 1893, proved in the Principal 
Registry 29 September 1909, by Jane 
Simpson, relict, the sole Executrix. 

Page 150 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page liv.) — The Rev. Francis Russell 
Benedict and Edith Mary Simpson have 
issue a son, Christopher Francis Russell 
Simpson, born at Ridley House, Kings- 
wear, CO. Devon, on Thursday, 16 
January, baptised at St. Saviour's, 
Dartmouth, co. Devon, on St. Matthias' 
Day, 24 February 1908. The Rev. 
Francis Russell Benedict Simpson was 
Curate of ToisTistall, co. Devon, 1903 
-1908, and was re-appointed 1909. 

Page i5o.^Ralph Christopher Simp- 
son was employed with the West African 
Frontier Force 26 August 1905 to 
5 May 1908. 

Page 152. — Richard Charles Simpson 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant Notting- 
hamshire and Derbyshire Regiment 16 
January 1907, Lieutenant 18 May 1909. 

Gilbert Simpson entered the 
Northamptonshire Regiment 11 August 
1909. 

SKEELS. ^'ol. 5, page 20. — Edward 
Serocold Skeels died at 5 Cromwell 
Crescent, Kensington, London, aged 67, 
on Monday, 6 December, and was 
buried in Charlton King's Cemetery, 
CO. Gloucester, 9 December 1909. 
Will dated 17 February 1908, with 
codicil dated 11 March 1908, proved 
in the Principal Registry i April 1910, 
by Ralph Serocold Skeels, nephew, one 
of the Executors. 

SMITH. Vol. 2, page 130. — Frederica 
Mary, elder daughter of Sir Charles 
Cunliffe Smith, 3rd Baronet, died at 
Brighton on Thursday, 26 March 1908, 
and was buried at Stapleford Tawney, 



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SMITH, continued. 

CO. Essex. Will dated 30 November 
1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 833, 1908) 
15 May 1908, by Sir Drumniond 
Cunliffe Smith, Baronet, the sole 
Executor. 

Page 131. — Drumniond Cospatrick 
Hamilton Spencer-Smith entered tiie 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
28 Alarch 1900, Lieutenant 3 April 
1 90 1, Captain 18 February 1909, 
Adjutant i August 1909. 

Michael Seymour Hamilton Spencer- 
Smith married 25 July 1907, Evelyn 
Penelope, younger daughter of the Rev. 
Arthur Henry Delm^-Radcliffe, by 
Beatrice Mary Frederica his wife, 2nd 
daughter of the Hon*"'' Frederick Dudley 
Ryder ; born at Holwell Rectory, 
Hitchin, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 
22 April 1883. They have issue a 
daughter, Beatrice Mary, born 27 March 

- '909- 
Page 132. — Katharine Winifred, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Orlando Spencer- 
Smith, was married at Sarisbury, co. 
Hants, on Wednesday, 7 June 1905, to 
George Winn of Holly Hill, Sarisbury. 

Gerald Montague Spencer- Smith 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 19 December 1900, 
promoted Lieutenant 19 December 

1903- 

Richard Osbaldeston Spencer-Smith 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Hampshire Regiment 6 February 1909. 

Edith Frances Spencer, 2nd daughter 
of Gilbert Joshua Spencer-Smith, was 
married at St. Lawrence's, Isle of Wight, 
on Tuesday, 3 September 1907, to John 
Connop Thirlwall Llewelyn of \'entnor. 
Isle of Wight. 

STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 94.— .\rthur 
Henry Stanford died at Beaumont Hall, 
CO. Essex, on Tuesday, 22 February, 
and was buried at Beaumont on 
Saturday, 26 February 1910. Will dated 
3 August 1903, proved in the Principal 
Registry 7 April 191 o, by Stanley 
Frederick Stanford and John Edwards 
Stanford, brothers, two of the Executors. 

STANYFORTH. Vol. 5, page 132.— 
Edwin Wilfrid Stanyforth, D.L. for the 
West Riding, co. York, was appointed 
Hon. Lieut. -Colonel Yorkshire Hussars 
Yeomanry 1908; he received the 
Territorial Officers' Decoration 1909. 



STAPLETON. Vol. 14, page 133.— 
Edward Parker Stapleton entered as 
a Pensioner at Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, October 1908. 

STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page 98.— Sir 
Charles William Strickland, Baronet, 
died at Hildenley, co. York, in his 
91st year, on Friday, 31 December 
1909. 

Page 99.— Henry Strickland-Constable 
died at Wassand, co. York, aged 88, on 
Saturday, 20 March, and was buried at 
Sigglesthorne, co. York, on Wednesday, 
24 March 1909. Will dated 29 
September 1900, with three codicils 
dated 10 March 1902, 9 July 1907 and 
12 January 1909, proved in the Principal 
Registry 8 May 1909, by Frederick 
Charles Strickland-Constable, one of the 
Executors. 

Frederick Charles and Margaret 
Elizabeth Strickland -Constable have 
further issue a daughter, Hilary 
Margaret, bom at The Old _ Hall, 
Hornsea, co. York, on Thursday, 29 
October 1908. Frederick Charles 
Strickland-Constable was promoted 
Hon. Major 3rd Battalion (Special 
Reserve) East Yorkshire Regiment 
1908. 

STUCLEY. Vol. 2, page 150. — Humphry 
St. Leger Stucley married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 22 October 
1908, Dorothy Beatrice Rose, only child 
of F"rancis Henry Carew of CoUiepriest, 
Tiverton, co. Devon, by Rose Matilda 
his wife, daughter of Admiral the Hon'''= 
Sir Edward Alfred John Harris, K.C.B. 
They have issue a son, Peter Francis 
Carew Stucley, bom at 37 Sloane 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 10 August, baptised at St. 
Mary's, Bideford, co. Devon, 15 
September 1909. 

SWANN. Vol. I, page 96.— Edward 
Serocold Skeels died at 5 Cromwell 
Crescent, Kensington, London, aged 67, 
on Monday, 6 December, and was 
buried in Charlton Kings Cemetery, co. 
Gloucester, 9 December 1909. Will 
dated 17 February 1908, with codicil 
dated 11 March 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry i April 19 10, by 
Raljih Serocold Skeels, nephew, one of 
the Executors. 



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SWANN, cotitinued. 

Page 97. — The Rev. Charles Graham 
Swann proceeded M.A. from Queen's 
College, Oxford, 8 November 1906; 
he was Curate of the parish church, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 1 906-1 908, Acting 
Chaplain at Smyrna 1908- 1909, and 
appointed Curate of St. Matthew's, 
Chapel Allerton, co. York, October 1909. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.— 
Bernard Winthrop Swithinbank was 
appointed Assistant Commissioner at 
Magiv^, Upper Burma, January 19 10. 

TAUNTON. Vol. 4, page i6i.— Alice 
Percival, eldest daughter of William 
Elias Taunton, died 5 December, and 
was buried at Freeland, co. Oxford, 
9 December 1909. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 96.— Austin 
Taylor, M.P., married zndly at Christ 
Church, Waterloo, co. Lancaster, on 
Wednesday, 1 7 November 1 909, Gertrude 
Adeline, daughter of John Pennington 
Evans of Waterloo. 

TEMPEST. Vol. I, page 37- — Sir 
Tristram Tempest Tempest, 4th Baronet, 
died at Tong Hall, co. York, aged 44, on 
Wednesday, 23 June 1909. Will dated 
6 December 1906, with codicil dated 
28 December 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 13 August 1909, by 
Henrietta Frances May Graves, sister, 
the sole Executrix. 

TENNYSON. Vol. 14, page 95— The 
Hon"''= Lionel Hallam Tennyson, 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Coldstream 
Guards August 1909. 

Page 96. — Charles Bruce Locker 
Tennyson married in Henry the Seventh 
Chapel, Westminster Abbey, on Thurs- 
day, 29 July 1909, Ivy Gladys, daughter 
of William James Pretious of Loughton. 

Page 97. — Cecilia, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. George Clayton Tennyson, 
LL.D., and widow of Edmund Law 
Lushington, died at The Park, 
Sandling, co. Kent, in her 92nd year, 
on Thursday, 18 March 1909, and was 
buried at Boxley, co. Kent. Will dated 
15 February 1893, proved in the 
Principal Registry 8 April 1909, by 
CeciUa Lushington, daughter, the sole 
Executrix. 



TENTERDEN. Vol. 13, page 46.— 
Lord and Lady Tenterden have issue 
a daughter, Gwen Elfrida Penelope, born 
at 12 Culford Mansions, Cadogan 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 22 
July 1908, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, on Saturday, 15 
August 1908, and a son, Charles Stuart 
Anthony Rowland Abbott, bom at 12 
Culford Mansions, Cadogan Gardens, 
Chelsea, on Sunday, 25 July, baptised 
at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
on Friday, 15 October 1909. 

THOMAS. Vol. 6, page 47.— Francis 
Walter Howard Thomas was promoted 
Captain Army Veterinary Corps 3 
September 1909. 

Page 48. — Ann, 4th daughter of 
Robert Moseley Thomas, and wife of 
Colonel Howard Molyneux Edward 
Brunker, died at Farnborough, co. Hants, 
on Monday, 13 September 1909, and 
was buried at Aldershot {see Pedigree 
of Brunker, Vol. 10, page II4). 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 117.— 
Margaret, widow of Captain James 
Ptolemy Thurburn, R.N., died at 
Thorsden, Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey, aged 
82, on Wednesday, 19 January, and 
was buried in St. James' Cemetery, 
Dover, co. Kent, 22 January 1910, 
after a service at St. Stephen's, South 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
7 February 19 10, to James White 
Thurburn, retired Colonel in H.M. 
Army, son, and one of the next of kin. 

Lieut.-Colonel James White Thurburn 
retired from the Royal Engineers as 
Colonel 3 December 1905. 

James Oliver Stokes Thurburn entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 23 December 1903, promoted 
Lieutenant 23 December 1906. 

Page 120. — Isabella Ann, widow of 
Henry Thurburn, Captain H.M. Indian 
Army, died at Craigness, Muchalls, co. 
Kincardine, on Monday, 15 February 
1909. Will dated 11 June 1908, proved 
in the Principal Registry 25 March 
1909, by Elizabeth Annie Thurburn 
and Eva Margarita Thurburn, daughters, 
the Executrixes. 

THURSBY. Vol. II, page 94.— Mary 
Eleanor, younger daughter of Colonel 
Sir John Hardy Thursby, was married at 
Worsthorne, co. Lancaster, 24 November 
1909, to Herbert Hodder Roberts of 



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THURSBY, contimied. 

W cstun (riift, Kirkham Abbey, co. York 
(son of Colonel Roberts of kennie, co. 
Cork) ; entered the Royal Marines as 
Lieutenant i February 1879, Captain 
23 December 1887, Major 15 December 
1895, retired 6 December 1897. 

Page 96. — Fanny, widow of the Rev. 
William Ford Thursby, B.C.L., died 
at Highwoods, Burghfield, co. Berks, 
aged 76, on Wednesday, 29 December 
1909, and was buried at Bergh Apton, 
CO. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 4 January 1910. 
Will dated 22 February 1908, with 
codicil dated 25 February 1908, proved 
in the Principal Registry 7 March 1910, 
by the Rev. Harvey William Gustavus 
Thursby, nephew, and John Baseley 
Tooke Hales, the Executors. 

Page 97. — Arthur Harvey Thursby 
died at Culverlands, Burghfield, aged 77, 
on Monday, 21 June, and was buried 
at Burghfield on Thursday, 24 June 1909. 
Will dated 23 February 1905, proved in 
the Principal Registry 4 August 1909, 
by Catherine Thursby, relict, the Rev. 
Harvey William Gustavus Thursby, son, 
and Frank Hay, the Executors. 

THURSFIELD. Vol. 14, page 184.— 
Gerald Arthur Richard Thursfield, B.A., 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, was 
ordained Deacon at Southwark Cathedral 
by the Bishop of Woolwich on Sunday, 
19 December 1909, and was licensed 
to the Curacy of St. John's, Battersea, 
CO. Surrey, 19 December 1909. 

Page 186. — The Rev. Richard Cecil 
and Madeline Alice Thursfield have 
further issue a son, Christopher Richard 
Cecil Thursfield, born at the Rectory, 
Cranford, co. Northampton, on Tuesday, 
30 March, baptised at Cranford on 
Sunday, 2 May 1909. 

TOLHURST. Vol. I, page 64.— John 
Tolhurst died at Glenbrook, Beckenham, 
CO. Kent, in his 76th year, on Saturday, 
9 October, and was buried in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
13 October 1909, after service in the 
parish church, Beckenham. Will dated 
26 October 1899, proved in the Principal 
Registry 6 November 1909, by Agnes 
Milner Tolhurst, relict, Vincent J. 
Grose, John Grose Tolhurst and Robert 
Borrowman, the Executors. 

TOWER. Vol. 2, page 36.-^Josephine 
Rose, widow of the Rev. Robert 
Beauchamp Tower, died at Wealdcote, 
South Weald, co. Essex, aged 88, on 



TOWER, continued. 

Thursday, 27 January, and was buried 
at South Weald 31 January 19 10. Will 
dated 21 November 1905, with codicil 
dated 15 November 1906, proved in the 
Principal Registry 12 April 1910, by 
Cecilia Tower, daughter, Christopher 
John Hume Tower, son-in-law, and 
VVilliam Rose Smith, nephew, the 
Executors. 

TREVES. Vol. 13, page 176. — Sir 
Frederick Treves, Baronet, was appointed 
Hon. Colonel Royal Army Medical 
Corps, Wessex Division, 1908. 

TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 161.— The 
Rev. Edward Fiennes Trotman died at 
Marshfield, co. Gloucester, in his 82nd 
year, on Tuesday, 19 April, and was 
buried there on Saturday, 23 April 19 10. 
Charles Newsham Trotman was 
promoted Lieut.- Colonel by Brevet 
Royal Marines i March 1907, Lieut.- 
Colonel 30 January 1908. 

Page 162 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxiv.) — The kev. Francis Earle 
Trotman, Chaplain (Additional Clergy 
Society)* Burma State Railway 1905 
-1909, waS' inducted to the Vicarage of 
Mere, co. \Vilts, 15 July 1909. He and 
his wife, Marian, have issue a daughter, 
Angela Ruth, born at Upwey Rectory, 
CO. Dorset, on Sunday, 20 June, baptised 
at Upwey 2 August 1909. 

TUDSBERY TURNER. Vol. i, page 
191. — Francis Cannon Tudsbery Turner 
graduated (from King's College, Cam- 
bridge) B.A. and LL.B. in the Summer 
Term of 1909. 

TURNBULL. Vol. 15, page 196.— 
Stanley and Edith Muriel Turnbull have 
further issue a son, Gerald Francis 
Waring Turnbull, born at Byculla, 
Broadlands Road, Highgate, co. Aliddle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 10 November, 
baptised at St. Michael's, Highgate, 12 
Dcrember 1909. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 26.— Colonel 
Russell Upcher, C.B., of the Durham 
Light Infantry, retired as Major-Cieneral 
3 September 1902. 

The Rev. Edward Cyril Sparke 
Upcher married at Horsham, co. 
Norfolk, on Wednesday, 2 June 1909, 
Gladys, youngest daughter of F. T. 
Ivens, M. Inst. C.E. 

Page 27. — Sidney Wodehouse Upcher 
entered the Royal Navy as Midshipman 
15 September 1905, and promoted 
Sub- Lieutenant 30 January 1909. 



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VAILLANT. Vol. 13, page 30.— The 
name of the grandfather of Giulia 
Isabella, wife of Albert Vaillant, should 
read Pietro Bonaventura Augusto 
Gaspare Macirone \not as printed]. 

Page 31. — Ann Balchen, widow of 
Edward Ainge, was married 4thly at 
Holy Trinity, Sibford Gower, co. 
Oxford, 22 February 19 10, to Charles 
Langley. 

VIDLER. Vol. 13, page 99.— Albert 
Edward Vidler was promoted Captain 
(Royal Army Medical Corps Territorial 
Force) 8th Battalion Middlesex Regiment 
14 July 1909. 

VINCENT. Vol. 14, page 158.— The 
Rev. Thomas Vincent died at Clevedon, 
CO. Somerset, 4 March 1908. Will dated 
22 May 1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 847, 
1908) 13 May 1908, by Dorothea 
Vincent, spinster, daughter, Charles 
Fitzgerald Watkins and Charles Greaves 
Vincent, nephews, the Executors. 

Page 159. — Caroline,. 3rd daughter 
of Charles Greaves Vincent* of Ryde, 
Isle of Wight, was married at West 
Challow, CO. Berks, on Thursday, 
29 July 1909, to Alexander White, 
eldest son of Henry Thomas White of 
Knollys Road, Streatham, co. Surrey, 
by Mary his wife, daughter of Francis 
Besly of Tiverton, co. Devon, Surgeon. 

WALKER. Vol. 6, page 7.— John 
William Walker was appointed J. P. for 
the West Riding, co. York, 1905. 

The Rev. Herbert Milnes Walker was 
appointed Rector of Baconsthorpe, co. 
Norfolk, 1909. 

WALKER. Vol. 15, page 54.— Cecil 
Norman and Helen Dorothy Allen 
Hardwicke Walker have issue a son, 
Arthur Hardwicke Abney Walker, born 
at Blyth Lodge, Carew Road, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, 5 November, 
baptised at Holy Trinity, Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 26 December 1908. 

WALLER. Vol. 9, page 179 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xxi^ — The 
Rev. Arthur Pretyman and Constance 
Julia Waller have further issue a 
daughter, Ruth Elizabeth Jane, born at 
Waldringfield, co. Suffolk, 16 March, 
baptised there on Easter Day, 11 April 
1909. 



WARDE. Vol. 4, page 61.— Charles 
Edward \\'arde was promoted Colonel 
West Kent Imperial Yeomanry 31 
January 1900. 

Page 62. — Walter Eldred Warde was 
promoted Captain 4th Battalion Somer- 
setshire Light Infantry 1 January 1900. 

WARWICK. Vol. IS, page 15.— Francis 
Richard Charles Guy Grevilie, Earl of 
Warwick, retired as Colonel from the 
^^■arwick Imperial Yeomanry 16 October 
1906, and received the Territorial 
Officers' Decoration 1909. 

Leopold Guy Francis Maynard 
Grevilie, Lord Brooke, M.V.O., married 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on 
Thursday, 29 April 1909, Elfrida 
Marjorie, only daughter of Sir William 
Eden of West Auckland, co. Durham, 
and of Maryland, North America, 
Baronet, J. P., by Sybil Frances 
his wife, daughter of Sir William Grey, 
K.C.S.I. ; bom 5 June 1887. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page in (and 
Addenda, Vol. /j, page xxx.) — Henry 
Bryan Watney was baptised at Canwick, 
CO. Lincoln, 12 May 1901. Doreen 
Ruth was baptised at Canwick 13 May 
1906. Children of the Rev. Henry 
James and Blanche Watney. 

Page 112. — Gilbert John Watney was 
promoted Assistant Paymaster Royal 
Navy 18 November 1907. 

WEBB. Vol. 8, page 11.— Archibald 
Wilfrid Tisdall Webb entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant unattached 20 
January 1909. 

WEBB. Vol. 9, page 25.— Sir Aston 
Webb was nominated C.B. 26 June 
1909. 

Page 26. — Maurice Everett Webb 
married at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, on Thursday, 28 
October 1909, Dorothea Margaret, 
elder daughter of Edgar Besant of 
2 St. John's Gardens, Netting Hill, 
London, formerly of H.M. Civil Service. 

WEBBER. Vol. 4, page 160. — Norman 
William Webber was promoted Captain 
Royal Engineers 25 June 1908. 

WELCH. Vol. II, page 173. — Frederick 
Welch died at Balham, co. Surrey, in his 
88th year, on Wednesday, 6 April 19 10. 
Ernest Robert and Janet Mary Welch 
had further issue a daughter, Caroline 
Jean, bom 9 March, baptised privately 
26 March 1910, and died the same day. 



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ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



WELDON. Vol. 3, page 40. - The 
following arms were granted by Sir 
Alfred Scott Scott-Gattye, C.V.O., 
Garter Principal King of Arms, William 
Henry Weldon, C.V.O., Norroy King 
of Arms, and George Edward Cokayne, 
Clarcnceux King of Arms, 8 March 
1907, to William Henry Weldon, C.V.O., 
Norroy King of Arms. 

Arms. — Per fesse gules and argent in 
chief a demi-lion rampant of the 
second in base a cinqucfoil of 
the first. 




WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 36.— Gilbert 
Molesworth Welman was promoted 
Sub- Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 April 
1908. 

WESCOMBE. Vol. 14, page 179.— Sarah 
Gertrude Mary, eldest daughter of Henry 
Wescombe, was married at Rowbarton, 
CO. Somerset, 20 April 1908, to Wilfred 
B. Daniel of Rowbarton. 

WHITAKER. Vol. 10, page 163.— 
Charles Lionel David Herbert Whitaker 
was promoted Captain in the Indian 
Army 11 August 1909. 



WHITAKER, continued. 

Page 163. — Noel Ralph Whitaker 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
West Yorkshire Regiment 6 October 
1906, Lieutenant 17 June 1909 ; 
served on the North-U'est Frontier of 
India 1908, at operations in the 
Mohmand Country (medal with clasp). 



WH ITBY. \'ol. 6, page 57 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page AAt////'.) — Herljcrt Bateson 
and Gladys Powys Whitby have issue a 
daughter, Enid Vera Margot, born at 
Calcutta 22 November 1908. 



WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— Cyril 
Henry Wickham was appointed 
.Adjutant Special Reserve 16 November 
1909. 



WIGAN. Vol. 13, page 127. — Caroline 
Ramsay, widow of the Rev. William 
Lewis Wigan, died on Wednesday, 6 
April, and was buried at East Mailing, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 9 April 1910. 

Page 133. — The Rev. Nathaniel 
Dimock died at Hemstede, Rcdhill, 
CO. Surrey, aged 83, on Wednesday, 
3 March, and was buried in Reigate 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Monday, 8 
March 1909, after a service at St. 
Matthew's, Redhill. Will dated 20 
August 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 
48, 1909) 25 May 1909, by Edward 
Saunders and Eva Seaton Brown, the 
Executors. 

Page 135. — Sir Roderick Grey Wigan, 
Baronet, married at Holy Trinity, 
Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 
27 January 1909, Hermine Mary Clara 
Graham [Ina] (see page 132), only 
child of Lewis Davis VVigan of Kilmory, 
Lochgilphead, co. Argyll. 

Page 139. — Edgar Clare Wigan 
married at Christ Church, East Sheen, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 2 February 
1909, Cicely Margaret, 2nd daughter 
of Colonel Charles Her\'ey Bagot, C.B., 
R.E., De[)uty Inspector-(;eneral of 
Fortifications, by Laura Mildred his 
wife, eldest daughter of George Daniel. 



WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128.— The Rev. 
Henry Charles Wilder was inducted to 
the Rectory of Sulham, co. Berks, 1 1 
October 1908. 



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WILLIAMS. Vol. I, page 42 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page xxxi.) — Bertram 
Leopold and Vera Mary Williams have 
issue a son, William Bertram Williams, 
born 3 November 1906. 

Page 42. — Frances Maria, only 
daughter of .Sir William Robert W'illiams 
of TreguUow, co. Cornwall, Baronet, 
was married at St. Cuthbert's, Philbeach 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 29 June 1909, to John 
Franklin Richardson (only son of 
Major-General John Booth Richardson, 
Colonel Commandant R..^., by Annie 
Leslie his wife, daughter of R. W. 
Dalglish of Row, co. Duuibarton) ; 
bom 2 December 1881 ; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant Lincolnshire 
Regiment 11 August 1900, Lieutenant 
3 February 1 904 ; served in South 
African War 1901-1902, at operations 
in the Transvaal February 1901 to 
31 May 1902 (King's medal with five 
clasps); employed with the West African 
Frontier Force 21 January 1905 to 
8 April 1908. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. 10, page 64.— Robert 
Williams married at Portsmouth on 
Saturday, 28 November 1908, Cicely 
Clare, 3rd daughter of the Rev. James 
Wright Kenworthy, Vicar of Braintree, 
CO. Essex. 

W^ILLS. Vol. 15, page 30. — Samuel 
Wills died at Richmond Place, St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, aged 61, on Monday, 
18 \_not 22] October 1847. 

WILSON. Vol. 6, page 22. — Lillian 
Sarah, wife of Thomas Needham Wilson 
of Oak Lodge, Bitterne, co. Hants, died 
at Bitterne, in her 45th year, on Monday, 
I March, and was buried in St. Mary 
Extra Cemetery, Southampton, 6 March 
1909. 

WINDHAM. Vol. 7, page 42.— Captain 
Charles Windham, C.V.O., was pro- 
moted Rear- Admiral 1 October 1905, 
retired 4 June 1909; Gentleman Usher 
to H.M. the King 1907. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 9.— Robert Eric 
Bryce Wisden entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant Suffolk Regiment 18 April 
I goo, retired 1901. 

Estelle Frances Lethbridge, 8th 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Thomas 
Faulconer Wisden, was married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 



WISDEN, continued. 

29 April 1908, to Colonel James 
Campbell Gardner of the 3rd Battalion 
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 
Militia, son of Lieut.-Colonel Robert 
Ballard Gardner, Royal Marine Artillery. 

WITTS. Vol. 10, page 138.— The Rev. 
Francis Edward Broome Witts was 
appointed Hon. Canon of Gloucester 
Cathedral 1905. 

Frank Hole Witts, Commoner of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1906. 

Frederick Vavasour Broome Witts was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
6 January 1909. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 12, page 74 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 15, page xxxi.) — Gerald 
Woods and Olive Wollaston have issu^ 
a daughter, Althea Caroline Winifred, 
bom at 107 Barkston Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 1 2 
January, baptised at St. Mary's, Walmer, 
CO. Kent, 31 March 1910. 

WOLTON. Vol. 8, page 127.— Cordy 
Samuel Wolton was appointed a County 
Alderman for co. Suffolk 12 March 1909. 
Page 128. — Ellen, 2nd daughter of 
Samuel Wolton of Newbourne Hall, co. 
Suffolk, died, aged 91, i April 19 10, 
and was buried at Woodbridge, co. 
Suffolk. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 70. — Captain 
Charles Robert Wood, R.N., died at 
6 St. Loo Mansions, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 30 December 

1908, and was buried at Littleton, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 5 January 1909. 
Will dated 28 January 1908, proved in 
the Principal Registry 12 February 

1909, by Mabel Sophia Wood, sister, 
and Janet Wood, widow of brother, 
Major-General Edward Alexander Wood, 
C.B., the Executors. 

The Rev. Edward Francis Wood 
resigned the Curacy of St. Leonard's, 
Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, 1908, 
was Curate-in-Charge of Thurgarton 
with Hoveringham, co. Nottingham, 
1908-1910, and was inducted to the 
Vicarage of Hibaldstow, co. Lincoln, 
25 January 1910. He married at St. 
Leonard's, Newark-on-Trent, on Tues- 
day, 22 June 1909, Mary Catharine 
Byron, eldest daughter of Robert 
Hodgkinson of Northgate House, 
Newark-on-Trent. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



WOOD. Vol. 5, page 78.— Lieut.-Colonel 
Robert Hudson Wood, formerly of the 
67th Foot, died at 57 London Road, 
Bishop's Stortford, co. Hertford, 26 
August 1 90 1. Will dated 26 February 
1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 1256, 1901) 
10 October 1901, by Agnes Penelope 
Wood, relict, the sole Executrix. 

Agnes Penelope, his wife, died at 
2,1 Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford, 
in her 73rd year, on Thursday, 14 
January 1909. Will dated 7 November 
1907, proved in the Principal Registry 
22 March 1909, by Dr. Max Forster 
Tylor, son-in-law, the sole Executor. 



WOODD. Vol. 9, page 67.— Basil Aubrey 
Hollond Woodd was Lieutenant York- 
shire Hussars Yeomanry 1908- 1909. 

Page 68. — Cicely Mary, eldest 
surviving daughter of the Rev. Basil 
Kilvington Woodd, died at Telhani 
Hill, Battle, co. Sussex, aged 37, on 
Wednesday, 23 December, and was 
buried at Old HoUington, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 28 December 1908. Will 
dated 17 December 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 14 January 1909, 
by Basil Aubrey Holland \Voodd, 
brother, one of the Executors. 



WOODD, continued. 

Page 70 (and Addenda, Vol. 11, 
page xxiii.)—T\\e Rev. Charles Hampden 
Basil and Elfrida Mary Woodd have 
further issue a daughter, ^L^ry Emily, 
born at Momoyama, Osaka, Japan, on 
Monday, 27 September 1909. 

WOODROOFFE. Vol. 2, page 12.— The 
Ncn''''' Iknry Reade Woodrooffe was 
appointed Archdeacon of Cradock, 
Grahamstown, South Africa, 1909. 

Henry Waring Oak Woodrooffe 
married at Forest, Ontario, Canada, 
8 June 1909, Annie Tinney, eldest 
daughter of Tom Maylor of Forest, by 
Selina his wife. 

WOODS. Vol. 12, page 148. — Maria, 
widow of William Francis Woods, died 
at 50 Elsham Road, Kensington, 
London, on Sunday, 7 March 1909. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 31 March 1909, to 
Frances Harriet Helen Woods, spinster, 
daughter, and only next of kin. 

WRINCH. Vol. 8, page 114.— Jane, 
3rd daughter of Leonard Wrinch, and 
widow of James Fisher Alderton of 
Shotley, co. Suffolk, died 14 December, 
and was buried at Shotley 18 December 
1909. 



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