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Five hundred copies only of the Eighteenth 
Volume of the " Visitation of England and 
Wales" have been printed at my Private 
Press. This copy is No. 425 



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Visitation 



ef 



Cnglanti anti Wales 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOL. 18 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1914 



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V. 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 





PAGE 


Adams of Anstey, co. Warwick 


12 


Adamson of Linden Hall, co. 




Northumberland . 


143 


Anwyl-Passingham of Bala, 




CO. Merioneth 


63 


Arkwright of Sanderstead 




Court, CO. Surrey 


25 


AsHCOMBE, Baron . 


5° 


Bagot, Baron 


108 


BiCKLEY of Moseley, co. 




Worcester .... 


114 


BouGHEv of Aqualate, co. 




Stafford, Baronet 


97 


Bridge 


19s 


Carbonell . . . . 


153 


COMBERMERE, VisCOUnt . 


20 


Cotton - Jodrell of Rease- 




heath Hall, co. Chester, 




and of Shallcross Manor, co. 




Derby . . . . 


150 


Crisp of Bungay, co. Suffolk, 




and of Friar Park, Henley- 




on-Thames, Baronet . 


204 


CuBiTT of Catfield Hall, co. 




Norfolk . . . . 


33 


DiMSDALE, Baron 


206 


Ekins 


125 


Fane of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln 


I 


Fellowes .... 


86 


Fripp 


185 


Fuller 


ig8 



Gater of North Stoneham, 

CO. Hants . . . -43 
Gepp of Chelmsford, co. Essex 159 
GoDDARD of The Manor 
House, Newton Harcourt, 
CO. Leicester . . -145 
HiNCHLIFF .... 148 
Homer of Sedgley, co. Stafford 192 
HooKE . . . . -117 
Howe, Earl . . . -132 
Maskew of Dorchester, co. 

Dorset . . . .84 

Moore . . . . .112 
Parish . . . . 89, 95 
Passingham of Hendwr, co. 
Merioneth, of Helston, co. 
Cornwall, and of Heston, 
CO. Middlesex 
Pennyman (formerly Worsley) 
of Ormesby Hall, co. York . 
St. Germans, Earl of 
Scott of Beauclerc, Bywell 
St. Andrew's, co. North- 
umberland, Baronet 
Spooner .... 

TusoN of Northover 
Ilchester, co. Somerset 
Westmorland, Earl of . 
Wollaston of Shenton, 

Leicester . . . .121 
ZoucHE, Baron . . .212 



and 



CO. 



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170 
180 



201 
31 

65 
76 



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LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of Viscount Combermere 

Armorial Bearings of Baron Ashcombe 

Miniatures of Colonel Jonathan Passingham and of his wife 

Prudence, daughter of Tremenheere Johns 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl of Westmorland 
Book-plate " Charles Woodbjue Parish " 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Bagot 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl Howe 
Book-plate " Lt. Colonel J. G. Adamson, Glenfarne, C° 

Leitrim, & Linden Hall, Northumberland " . 
Book-plate " James Worsley Pennyman, Ormesby " 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl of St. Germans . 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Zouche . 
Book-plate " Benjamin Edward Somers. M. A." . To face page Ixiv. of Addenda 



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211 



^eliigrees 




JFane of fnlhuK 
to. itimoln* 



Arms OK record in the College of' 
Arms. — Azure three dexter gauntlets or. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a 
bull's head argent pied sable charged on 
the neck with a rose gules. 

Motto. — Ne vile fane. 



Hon'''' Henry Fane of Fulbeck, co.= 
Lincoln (younger son of Thomas, 
8th Earl of Westmorland); born 4 
May 1739; Clerk in the Treasury 
1762; Keeper of the "King's 
Private Roads" 1772; M.P. for 
Lyme Regis 27 January 1772 to 
1802 ; succeeded to Fulbeck in 
1791, on the death of Mrs. Jane 
Evelyn ; died at Fulbeck 4 June, 
bur. there 10 June 1802. Will 
dated 12 August 1800, with 
codicil dated 28 January 1802, 
proved (P.C.C. 453 Kenyan) 21 
June 1802. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see "Notes" 
to " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. 10, page 102.) 



^Anne, dau. of Edward 
Buckly Batson of Lon- 
don, Banker ; married 
12 January 1778; died 
at Fulbeck, aged 79, 19 
January 1838, bur. there. 
Will dated 23 August 
1824, with codicil dated 
26 February 1 835, proved 
(P.C.C. 84 Nicholl) 22 
February 1838, by the 
Rev. Edward Fane, 
Vere Fane and Robert 
George Cecil Fane, sons. 



Lieut.-General Sir Henry Fane, G.C.B., D.C.L. ; born 26 November 1778; educated at Eton; 
joined the 6th Dragoon Guards as Cornet in 1792, Captain 1793, Major 1795, Lieut. -Colonel 
1797, Colonel (A.D.C. to the King 12 August) 1805 ; Major-General 1810, Lieut.-General 1819; 
Colonel ist Dragoon Guards 24 February 1827 ; served at Roli9a 1808, and at Corunna in 
1809; defeated French Cavalry under Villatte 26 May 1813; served at Vittoria in 1813, and 
at Orthes 1814; Master Surveyor and Surveyor-General of the Ordnance 1829, Commander-in- 
Chief in India 5 September 1835; K.C.B. 2 January 1815, G.C.B. 1825; created D.C.L. of 
Oxford 13 January 1834; M.P. for Lyme Regis 5 July 1802 to 10 June 1818, and for 
Sandwich 30 March 1829 to 24 July 1830; died, aged 61, on board the "Malabar," off 
St. Michael's Island in the Azores, on his voyage home from India, 24 March 1840, bur. 
at sea. Will dated 7 February 1828, with six codicils dated January 1833 to 20 December 
1839, proved (P.C.C. 330 Arden) 22 May 1840, by Vere Fane and Robert George Cecil Fane, 
brothers. 



General John Michel of Dewlish and of K.ingston= 
Russell, CO. Dorset (eldest son of David Robert 
Michel of Kingston Russell, Colonel Dorset 
Militia, by Grace his ist wife, dau. of John 
Ayscough of St. Thomas-in-the-East, Jamaica, 
West Indies) ; entered the Army 7 February 
1 781, Lieutenant 1785, Captain 1790, Major 
1792, Lieut.-Colonel 1795, Colonel 1802, Major- 
General 1805, Lieut.-General 1814, General 10 
June 1837 ; served at the siege of Fort St. Philip 
in the Island of Minorca, and was taken 
prisoner at its surrender ; died, aged 79, 5 April 
1844, bur. at Dewlish. He married istly 
Elizabeth, dau. of Pierce Crosbie of Ballyheigue 
Castle, CO. Kerry. ^ 



^Anne Charlotte, 
born 20 January 
1780; marr. at 
Fulbeck 29 Sep- 
tember 1803 ; 
died in March 
1831, bur. at 
Dewlish. 2nd 
wife. 



Colonel Charles Fane, 
born 14 May 1781 ; 
educated at Eton, admit- 
ted 1793; Lieutenant 
and Captain Coldstream 
Guards 1 1 December 
1799, Major 1805, Lieut.- 
Colonel 59th Foot 20 
June 1805 ; mortally 
wounded at the battle of 
Vittoria 21 June 1813, 
surviving only a few days, 
bur. at Gomarra Mayor, 
Vittoria, in the garden of 
a Convent. 



Elizabeth Sarah, 
bom 1 1 July 
1782 ; died at 
Fulbeck, co. Lin- 
coln, on Thurs- 
day, 28 January, 
bur. there 2 
February 1802. 



Rev. Edward Fane of Avon Tyrrell, co. Hants ; born= 
7 December 1783; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1806, M.A. 1809; Rector of Fulbeck 30 De- 
cember 1807 to 1862, of Burton-by-Lincoln 14 May 
1 8 13, and of Stubton 9 April 18 16, all co. Lincoln, 
Prebendary of Clifton in Lincoln Cathedral 15 
January 182 1, and of Lyme and Halstock in Salisbury 
Cathedral 31 July 1824; died at Fulbeck, aged 79, 
on Sunday, 28 December 1862, bur. there. Will, 
with six codicils, dated 16 July 1856, proved (Prin. 
^'^g-i 353' 63) 25 June 1863, by Charles Edward 
Thorold Fane and the Rev. Frederic Fane, sons. 



=Maria, 4th dau. of 
Walter Parry Hodges 
of Easton Grey, 
CO. Wilts, and of 
Dorchester ; marr. 
7 October 1816 ; 
died at Fulbeck, 
aged 53, on Monday, 
II November 1850, 
bur. there. 



Lieut.-Colonel Henry Edward Hamlyn-Fane of Clovelly= 
Court, CO. Devon, and of Avon Tyrrell ; born 5 September, 
bapt. at Fulbeck 8 September 181 7; educated at Charter- 
house, admitted 1832 ; Ensign 90th Foot i August 1834, 
Lieutenant 1836, Captain 4th Light Dragoons 1842, Major 
1846-50 (retired) ; Lieut.-Colonel South Lincoln Militia 
1854; A.D.C. to his uncle, Commander-in-Chief in India, 
1835-39, and to Sir John Keane in Afghanistan 1839-40; 
M.V. for South Hants 18 July 1865 to 11 November 1868; 
assumed the additional name of Hamlyn on his wife's 
accession to the Clovelly Court estate by Royal Licence dated 
1861 ; Author of "Five Years in India," 1842 ; died at Avon 
Tyrrell on Sunday, 27 December 1868, bur. at Clovelly. 
Will dated 16 July 1866, with codicil dated 20 March 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 97, 69) 9 February 1869, by Susan 
Hester Fane, relict. 



=Susan Hester, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Sir James Hamlyn 
Williams, Baronet, M.P., of 
Clovelly, by Lady Mary (For- 
tescue) his wife, dau. of Hugh, 
4th Earl Fortescue ; marr. in 
London 9 April 1850; succeeded 
to the Clovelly Court estate on 
her father's death 10 October 
1861 ; died at Clovelly Court 
19 May 1869, bur. at Clovelly. 
Will dated 15 February 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 396, 69) 
5 June 1869, by Charles Edward 
Thorold Fane and the Rev. 
Frederic Fane, brothers-in-law. 



Lieut.-Colonel Sir William Lewis Stucley-Stucley,= 
Baronet, of Hartland Abbey, co. Devon ; born 
at Genoa, Italy, 27 August 1836; Ensign and 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards i December 1854, 
Lieutenant and Captain 17 July 1857, Lieut.- 
Colonel (retired) 11 August 1863; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Devon ; succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baronet 13 March 1900; died at Cannes, France, 
aged 74, on Sunday, 19 February 191 1, bur. at 
Hartland. Will dated 20 December 1906, proved 
at Exeter 5 July 191 1, by Dame Marion Elizabeth 
Stucley-Stucley, relict. He married istly Rosa- 
mond Head, only dau. of Head Pottinger Best 
of Donnington Castle, co. Berks. 

{See Pedigree of Stucley, Vol. 2, 
page ISO.) 



=Marion Elizabeth, 
born at Clovelly 
on Wednesday, 5 
March, bapt. there 
13 April 1851; 
marr. at Fulbeck 
on Wednesday, 5 
February 1879. 
2nd wife. 



Evelyn Harriet, born 20 
April 1854; died un- 
married at 65 Cadogan 
Gardens, London, aged 
55, on Monday, 20 
December 1909, bur. at 
Clovelly. Will dated 3 
December 1909, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 43, 1910) 
22 January 19 10, by 
Sir Mildmay Willson, 
K.C.B., a retired Major- 
General, cousin. 



Sophia, born 30 May 1816; 
died in Nottingham Place, 
Marylebone, London, aged 18, 
in December 1833. 



Nevile Fane, born 17 May 1820; educated at Eton, admitted 
1835, and at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1842 ; Partner 
in Messrs. Praed, Fane & Co., Bankers, London ; died 
unmarried at Madeira, aged 32, on Monday, 8 March 1852, 
bur. there. Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 22 May 1852, to Vere 
Fane, father. 



Vere Fane of Little Ponton Hall, co. Lincoln ;= 
born 5 January 1785; educated at Eton, 
admitted 1796; Partner in Messrs. Praed, 
Fane & Co., Bankers, London, 1817-63; 
M.F. for Lyme Regis 1818-26; died at Little 
Ponton Hall, aged 78, on Sunday, 18 January 
1863, bur. at Fulbeck, co. Lincoln. Will dated 
2 October 1858, with codicil dated 7 September 
1 86 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 86, 63) 10 February 
1863, by William Dashvvood Fane, nephew, 
and Colonel Edward Birch-Reynardson, C.B. 



'Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Charles Chaplin of 
Blankney, co. Lincoln, M.P. for co. Lincoln, 
by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. and heir of 
Robert Taylor, M.U. ; marr. at Blankney on 
Friday, 2 June 1815; died at Rushington 
ALinor, co. Hants, aged 80, on Friday, 6 Jan- 
uary 1S65, bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 3 
August 1863, with codicil dated i April 1864, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 88, 65) 10 February 1865, 
by General Mildniay Fane, brother-in-law, and 
William Dashwood Fane, nephew. 



Colonel Edward Birch-Reynardson, C.B., of Rushington Manor, co. Hants= 
(3rd son of General Thomas Birch-Reynardson, by Ethelred Anne his wife, 
eldest dau. of Jacob Reynardson of Holywell Hall, co. Lincoln) ; born 4 May 
181 2 ; entered the Grenadier Guards as Ensign 5 November 1829, Lieutenant 
1830, Captain 1832, Lieut.-Colonel 1844, Colonel by brevet (retired) 20 June 
1854; served in the Crimea 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaclava, 
and commanded the Grenadier Guards at Inkerman (horse shot), and siege 
of Sebastopol (medal with four clasps, C.B., and Turkish medal) ; died at 
Rushington Manor, on Sunday, 10 May 1896. Will dated 27 March 1895, 
with codicil dated 20 May 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 621, 96) 25 June 1896, 
by Vere Henry Birch-Reynardson, son, and Aubrey Henry Birch-Reynardson, 
nephew. /K 



^Emily, born 21 
March 1822 ; 
marr. at Little 
Ponton on Wed- 
nesday, 5 Sep- 
tember 1849 ; 
died at Rush- 
ington Manor, 
aged 70, on 
Sunday, 5 March 
1893. 



Harriette Anne, born 23 
October, bapt. at Fulbeck 
25 October 18 18; died 
unmarried at 27 Lans- 
down Place, Brighton, 
CO. Susse.x, on Tuesday, 
17 November 1874, bur. 
at Fulbeck. 



Edward George Robert Fane, born 26 September 1819, bapt. at 
Fulbeck the ne.xt day ; educated at Winchester and at Haileybury ; 
entered the Madras Civil Service 1839, Collector and Magistrate, 
Vizagapatan, 1859, Madras District 1866 and 1870; Acting 
Member of the Board of Revenue 1867 and 1869; resigned 20 
March 1870; died unmarried in London on Tuesday, 10 March 
1891, bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 7 March 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 371, 91) 23 April 1891, by Charles Edward Thorold Fane, 
brother. 



Frederick Hamlyn of Clovelly Court, co. Devon (youngest son of Robert= 
Gosling of Hassobury, co. Essex, and of Botleys Park, co. Surrey, by 
Georgina his wife, youngest dau. of the Rt. Hon''''= John Sullivan) ; bom 
at Botleys Park 5 February 1846, bapt. at Chertsey, co. Surrey; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 1865, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1873; 
a Student of the Inner Temple 1869; J. P. and D.L. for co. Devon, High 
Sheriff 1901 ; assumed by Royal Licence dated 27 April 1889, the name 
and arms of Hamlyn only; died s.p. at Clovelly Court on Friday, 22 July, 
bur. at Clovelly 26 July 1904. Will dated 13 February 1903, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1021, 1904) 26 August 1904, by Herbert Gosling and George 
Gosling, Colonel (retired), brothers. 



^Christine Louisa, 
of Clovelly Court ; 
born at Fulbeck 
on Thursday, 29 
November 1855, 
bapt. there; marr. 
at Clovelly on 
Tuesday, 11 June 
1889. 



Frances Mary, born 19 January 
1786; bur. at Fulbeck, co. 
Lincoln, 4 June 1787. 



Neville Fane, born 16 January 1788; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy ; died, whilst Lieutenant of the frigate " Blonde," at 
Bridge Town, Barbadoes, West Indies, 24 November 1807. 



Westley Richards of Ashwell, co. Rutland (eldest son of Westley=i=Emma, born 8 September 



Richards of Birmingham) ; born at Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
8 August 1814 ; inventor of the Enfield Rifle; J. P. for co. Rutland, 
High Sheriff 1880 ; died at Ashwell Lodge, aged 82, on Thursday, 
26 May 1897. Memorial brass in the church at Ashwell. Will 
dated 23 May 1891, with two codicils dated 27 March 1895 and 
19 October i8g6, proved (Prin. Reg., 936, 97) 16 August 1897, 
by Henry Richards, John Deeley and Cecil Chaplin. /t\ 



1823; marr. in London 
14 August 1845 ; died at 
Wood End, near Birming- 
ham, aged 24, 14 December 
1847, bur. at Erdington, 
CO. Warwick. 



Sir Henry Bromley of Stoke, co. Nottingham, Baronet (eldest= 
son of Admiral Sir Robert Hoare Bromley, Baronet) ; born 
6 December 1816 ; educated at W estminster School, admitted 20 
January 1831 ; Ensign 48th Foot 4 September 1835, Lieutenant 
1838, Captain 24 May 1844, afterwards Captain-Commandant 
3rd Nottinghamshire Rifle Volunteers ; D.L. for co. Nottingham, 
High Sheriff 1882; succeeded his father as 4th Baronet 8 July 
1857; died at Stoke, aged 78, on Saturday, 21 September, bur. 
there 25 September 1895. Will dated 21 June 1861, proved at 
Nottingham 19 November 1895, by Dame Georgiana Ellen 
Bromley. He married istly at the British Embassy, Paris, 13 
June 1848, Charlotte Frances Anne, youngest dau. of Colonel 
Lancelot Rolleston of Watnall Hall, co. Nottingham, M.P. ; 
she died 29 January 1853. 



=Georgiana Ellen, born 4 July 
1826; marr. at Little Ponton, 
CO. Lincoln, on Wednesday, 
20 February 1856; died at 
17 Rutland Court, Rutland 
Gate, Kensington, London, 
aged 79, on Sunday, 17 June, 
bur. at Stoke on Tuesday, 
19 June 1906. Will dated 2 1 
March 1901, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 919, 1906) 28 July 
1906, by Algernon Henry 
Mackworth-Praed, cousin. 



Anthony Willson of Rauceby Hall, co. Lincoln (elder son of= 
Anthony Taylor Peacock of South Kyme, co. Lincoln, D.L., 
by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Willson of 
Lincoln); born at South Kyme 26 July 181 1; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 16 February 1830, B.A. 1835, 
M.A. 1838; M.P. for South Lincolnshire 1S57-59; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lincoln, High Sheriff 1854; assumed the name of 
Willson in lieu of Peacock by Royal Licence dated i May 1851 ; 
died at Rauceby Hall, aged 54, 5 June 1866. Will dated 
4 December 1862, proved at Lincoln 24 September 1866, by 
Henry Edward Fane and Charles Fane. 



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=Mary Eliza Caroline, born 13 
November, bapt. at Fulbeck 
24 November 1820; marr. 
there 24 June 1845 ; died at 
Rauceby Hall, aged 67, on 
Thursday, 26 January 1888, 
bur. at Rauceby. Adfnon 
was granted at Lincoln 28 
October 1890, to Mildmay 
Willson Willson, Colonel 
Scots Guards, son. 



Nevile Batson Hamlyn-Fane of Clovelly, co. Devon ; born at Avon Tyrrell, co. Hants, on 
Sunday, 21 November 1858; of Magdalen College, Cambridge, matriculated Easter Term, 
1878; died unmarried at 32 St. James' Place, Piccadilly, London, aged 25, on Monday, 10 
March 1884, bur. at Clovelly. Adiiion (with will dated 23 October 1880) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 476, 84) 13 June 1884, to Evelyn Harriet Fane, sister. 



William Fane, born 5 April, bapt. at Fulbeck,=f=Louisa Hay, dau. of Thomas Dashwood of 
CO. Lincoln, 18 May 1789; educated at the Hon''''' East India Co.'s Service, by 



Charterhouse and at Haileybury ; entered the 
Bengal Civil Service 1805, of the Sudder 
Revenue Board, Allahabad, in 1838; died 
7 March 1839, bur. in the graveyard of St. 
George's Cathedral, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Will dated 5 January 1839, proved (P.C.C. 
361 Vaughan) 17 June 1839, by Louisa Hay 
Fane, relict, and William Dashwood Fane, son. 



Charlotte Louisa his wife, dau. of Peter 
Auriol ; born 11 September 1791; marr. at 
Calcutta, India, 12 January 181 1; died 
14 November 1855, bur. at Kirtlington, co. 
Oxford. Will dated 1841, proved (P.C.C. 
200, 56) 17 March 1856, by William Dash- 
wood Fane, son. 



Henry Porter Sherbrooke of Oxton Hall, co. Nottingham (eldest=j=Louisa Anne Fleming, born 



son of the Rev. Robert Lowe, Rector of Bingham, co. Notting- 
ham, and brother of Robert, ist Viscount Sherbrooke, G.C.B.); 
born 3 September 1810 ; educated at Eton, admitted 1826, and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1833; Captain South Nottingham 
Yeomanry Cavalry, formerly Captain Royal Sherwood Foresters ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Nottingham, High Sheriff 1859, Deputy- 
Chairman Nottingham Quarter Sessions ; assumed by Royal 
Licence the name of Sherbrooke in heu of Lowe on succeeding 
to the estates of Oxton in 1847 ; died at Llandudno, co. 
Carnarvon, on Sunday, 12 June 1887. Will dated 15 March 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 731, 87) 31 August 1887, by the 
Rev. Henry Neville Sherbrooke, son, and William Charles Hill, 
cousin, and William Lanibe Huskinson. J\ 



at Hoogley, Bengal, India, 
7 October 1814 ; marr. at 
Blankney, co. Lincoln, 26 
December 1840; died at 
Oxton Hall, aged 79, on 
Tuesday, 5 December 1893, 
bur. at Oxton. Will dated 
2 May 1890, proved at 
Nottingham 6 February 1894, 
by William Sherbrooke and 
the Rev. Henry Neville 
Sherbrooke, sons. 



Emma, marr. at St.= 
John's, Paddington, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 24 September 
1866; died s.p. 
at Kelton, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 
aged 66, on Friday, 
12 March 1897, bur. 
at Fulbeck. She 
married istly Walter 
Davison, Captain 
ist Royal Bengal 
Fusiliers, ist wife. 



=Charles Edward Thorold Fane of Fulbeck= 
Manor, co. Lincoln ; born 14 August, bapt. 
at Fulbeck 25 August 1822 ; Foundation 
Scholar of Charterhouse 24 August 1832 to 
15 August 1838; Senior Partner in Child's 
Bank; J. P. for co. Middlesex; died s.p. at 
Fulbeck Manor, aged 79, on Saturday, 2 
November, bur. at Fulbeck on Wednesday, 
27 November 1901. M.I. Will dated 
3 November 1900, with two codicils dated 
8 November 1900 and 24 March 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 183, 1902) 8 February 1902, by 
Frederick William Fane, Edward Francklin 
and Thomas Edward Jennings. 



=Caroline Anne, of Kelton, 
Manor Road, Bourne- 
mouth, eldest dau. of Major- 
General Charles Edward 
Michel of 18 Inverness 
Terrace, Bayswater, Lon- 
don, and grand-daughter 
of General John Michel of 
Dewlish, co. Dorset (see 
page i) ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 
London, on Thursday, 2 
June 1898. 2nd wife. 



John Thomas, Baron Manners; bom=j=ConstanceEdwina Adeline, 
15 May 1852 ; educated at Eton and at of Fulbeck; born at Avon 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1870, B.A. 1873, M.A. 
1880 ; Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 

Hamp- 

for CO. 

as 3rd 



1873-83, Captain 3rd Battalion 
shire Regiment 1 900-1 903 ; J. P. 
Hants ; succeeded his father 
Baron 14 November 1864. 



Tyrrell, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 28 September 
1861 ; marr. at Clovelly, 
CO. Devon, on Wednesday, 
12 August 1885. 



Edward Walter Vere 
Hamlyn-Fane, born at 
Avon Tyrrell on Satur- 
day, 19 November 1864 ; 
died at Clovelly Court, 
aged 6, on Friday, 7 July 
187 1, bur. at Clovelly. 



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Charles Chaplin of Blankney and of Tathwell, co. Lincoln (eldest son of= 
Charles Chaplin of Blankney, M.P., by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. and 
heir of Robert Taylor, M.D.); born 21 April 1786; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 October 1805; J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln; 
M.P. for Stamford 27 February 1809 to 29 September 181 2, and for co. 
Lincoln 25 Tune 181S to 23 April 1831 ; died s.p. at 32 Montagu Square, 
London, aged 73, on Tuesday, 24 May 1859. Will dated 10 January 1855, 
with two codicils dated 5 November 1858 and 31 January 1859, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 469, 59) 19 August 1859, by William Dashwood Fane, 
Henry Edward Fane and Thomas Chaplin, brother. 



I 
=Caroline, born 28 
December 1790, bapt. 
at Fulbeck, co. Lin- 
coln, 1 1 February 
1791 ; marr. there 17 
September 181 2; died 
at Blankney on Mon- 
day, 22 November 
1858, bur. there. 



William Dashwood Fane of Fulbeck Hall, co. Lincoln ; born=5=: 
at Tirhoot, in the Presidency of Bengal, 21 October 1816; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1841 ; Barrister- 
at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 22 November 1841 ; Secretary to the 
Mercantile Law Commission 1853-56, Legal Assistant at Board of 
Trade 1856-67, and Assistant Secretary to the Board 1865-67 ; 
J. P. for the counties of Derby and Nottingham ; died at Fulbeck 
Hall, aged 86, on Saturday, 29 November, bur. at Fulbeck on 
Wednesday, 3 December 1902. Will with codicil dated 21 Feb- 
ruary 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 38, 1903) 15 January 1903, by 
William Vere Reeve Fane and Millicent Emma Rachel Lawrance. 



=Susan Millicent, elder dau. of 
General John Reeve of Leaden- 
ham House, CO. Lincoln, by 
Lady Susan his wife, youngest 
dau. of Philip, 5th Earl of 
Harborough ; born 17 Novem- 
ber 1823; marr. at Leadenham 
7 August 1861 ; died at Mel- 
bourne, co. Derby, 12 December 
1877, bur. at Fulbeck. 



Colonel Francis Augustus Fane of Fulbeck Hall ; born= 
22 March, bapt. at Fulbeck 4 April 1824; entered 
25th Foot as Ensign 27 August 1841, Lieutenant 1843, 
Captain 185 1, Major 1859, Lieut.-Colonel i860, Colonel 
(retired) 23 October 1865 ; A.D.C. to his uncle, Major- 
General Mildmay Fane ; raised and commanded the 
Peshawar Light Horse during the Indian Mutiny ; died 
at Valetta, Malta, aged 68, i February 1893, bur. at 
Fulbeck. Will dated 5 September 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 349, 93) 15 April 1893, by Augusta Fane, relict. 



■Augusta (his cousin), youngest dau. of 
William Fane, by Louisa Hay his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Dashwood ; born at Allahabad, 
India, 3 November 1831 ; marr. at Fulbeck 
10 February 1863; died there 14 June 1895, 
bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 18 March 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 850, 95) 19 July 
1895, by Edmund Royds, son-in-law, and 
Algernon Henry Mackworth-Praed, nephew. 

(See page 11.) 



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Mildmay Edward Fane, 
born 29 December 1863 ; 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Rifle Brigade ; died un- 
married at Fulbeck on 
Sunday, aged 22, 14 
March 1886, bur. there. 



Algernon Henry Mackworth-Praed of 108 Gloucester= 
Place, Portman Square, London (son of Bulkeley 
John Mackworth-Praed of Ousden, co. Suffolk, by 
Emily Maria his 3rd wife, dau. of William Fane of the 
Bengal Civil Service, see page j) ; born at 4 Bryanston 
Square, London, on Thursday, 7 November 1861, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square ; educated at 
Haileybury. 



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=Hester Caroline, 
born at Fulbeck 
on Friday, 12 May 
1865, bapt. there; 
marr. at Fulbeck 
on Thursday, 22 
August 1907. 



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Major Edmund Royds of Holy Cross, Caythorpe,=j=Rachel Louisa, 

born at Fulbeck 
on Saturday, 30 
January 1869 ; 
marr. there (by 
the Rev. Francis 
CoulmanRoyds) 
on Tuesday, 2 1 
May 1889. 



Grantham, co. Lincoln, and of 46 Bedford Square, London 
(younger son of the Rev. Francis Coulman Royds, Rector 
of Coddington, co. Chester, Hon. Canon of Chester, by 
Cornelia Frances his wife, dau. of the Rev. George Becher 
Blomfield) ; born 6 July, bapt. at Coddington 29 July 
i860; educated at Haileybury; admitted a Solicitor 1882; 
Director of Life Association of Scotland ; Major Lincoln- 
shire Imperial Yeomanry 19 10; M.P. for Sleaford division 
of CO. Lincoln 20 January 19 10. /(\ 



{See Pedigree of Royds, Vol. 8, page jo) 



Ralph Neville Fane, 
born at Fulbeck on 
Thursday, 6 January 
1870 ; Captain 4th 
Battalion Staffordshire 
Regiment (Militia) 13 
January 1894 : served 
in South African War; 
died at Wynberg, South 
Africa, aged 30, on 
Sunday, 27 May 1900, 
bur. there. 



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George Augustus Fane, born i6 March, bapt. at Fulbeck, 
CO. Lincoln, 25 April 1792 ; bur. there i March 1795. 



General Marcus Beresford (2nd son of the Rev. the Hon'''''= 
George Beresford of Fenagh, co. Leitrim, 3rd son of William, 
ist Baron Decies) ; born 28 July 1800; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant 21st Foot 4 September 1817, Lieutenant 1821, 
Captain 1824, Major 1826, Lieut. -Colonel 3rd Foot 1835, 
Colonel 20th Foot 1841, Major-General 1854, Lieut.-General 
1859, General 4 March 1S66; ^LP. for Northallerton 1824-26, 
and for Berwick-on-Tweed 1826-32 ; died at Beauchamp House, 
Leamington Priors, co. Warwick, 16 March 1876. Will dated 
15 March 1869, proved at Birmingham 3 April 1876, by Caroline 
Beresford, relict, William Dashwood Fane, brother-in-law, and 
Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Edward Bigge. He married istly in 
October 1828, his cousin Isabella, dau. of Thomas Bermingham 
Daly Henry Sewell ; she died in August 1836. 



Caroline, born at Hoogley, Bengal, 
India, 7 July 1818 ; marr. at 
Calcutta 22 January 1838; died 
at 6 Bertie Terrace, Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 7 January 1895, bur. 
at Little Milverton, co. Warwick. 
Will dated 20 April 1882, with 
three codicils dated 20 April 
1882, I October 1887 and 19 
June 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
231 95) 26 March 1895, ^Y ^^i^' 
liam Dashwood Fane and Henry 
Montagu Spencer. 2nd wife. 



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Colonel Joseph Alexander Lambert of Brookhill, co. Mayo (eldest son of= 
Alexander Clendinning Lambert of Brookhill, by Emma Maria his wife, dau. 
of Guy Lenox Prendergast, M.P.);, born 7 April 1855; educated at Harrow 
1869-71 ; joined the 2nd Dragoons (Queen's Bays) from Militia as Lieutenant 
2 December 1874, Captain 1880, Major 1888, Lieut. -Colonel 1895, Colonel 
(by brevet) 27 October 1900, retired 16 April 1903 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Mayo, High Sheriff 1906 : died at Folkestone, co. Kent, on ^Vednesday, 25 
September 1907. Will dated 16 September 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 1762, 
1907) 30 December 1907, by Grace Susan Lambert, relict. 



=Grace Susan, of 
Brookhill ; bom 
at 7 Norfolk Cres- 
cent, London, on 
Saturday, 27 Sep- 
tember 1862 ; 
married at Mel- 
bourne, CO. Derby, 
10 February 1887. 



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Elizabeth, eldest= 
dau. of James 
Peel Cockburn of 
Salcombe House, 
CO. Devon, and 
grand-daughter of 
Sir William Cock- 
burn, Baronet ; 
married at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 
19 August 1851 ; 
died at Rauceby 
Hall, CO. Lin- 
coln, on Saturday, 
II May 1 86 1, 
bur. at Fulbeck. 
ist wife. 



=Rev. Frederic Fane of Moyles Court, = 
CO. Hants; born 11 July, bapt. at 
Fulbeck 6 August 1825; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1849; died 
at Moyles Court, aged 76, on Saturday, 
22 February 1902, bur. at Ellingham, 
CO. Hants. Will dated 20 October 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 480, 1902) 
26 April 1902, by Fanny Elisa Fane, 
relict. 



=Fanny Elisa, dau. of Hollingworth 
Magniac of Coleworth, co. Bedford ; 
marr. at Shambrook, co. Bedford, on 
Thursday, 27 October 1864; died at 
Will Hall, Alton, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 
5 May, bur. at Ellingham on Saturday, 
9 May 1903. Adriion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 8 June 1903, to Helen 
Violet Fane, spinster, daughter. 2nd wife. 



John Wentworth Gameys Bond of Creech Grange,= 
Wareham, co. Dorset, eldest son of Nathaniel Bond 
of Creech Grange, by Lady Selina Jane (Scott) his 
wife, 5th dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Eldon ; born in 
London 12 September 1865 ; educated at Eton and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 23 October 
1884, B.A. (2nd History) 1887; Barrister-at-Law of 
the Inner Temple 1893 ; Assistant Clerk in the House 
of Commons; J. P. and D.L. for co. Dorset. 



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=Helen Violet, bom at 
29 Eccleston Street 
South, London, on 
Saturday, 29 July 
1865 ; marr. at Char- 
minster, <o. Dorset, 
on Tuesday, 24 August 
1909. 



Rt. Hon*"'' Charles Arbuthnot, D.C.L. (son of John Arbuthnot of Rockfleet= 
Castle, CO. Mayo); born 14 March 1767; educated at Westminster, admitted 
13 January 1780, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 June 17S4, 
B.A. 178S, D.C.L. 1834; M.P. for East Looe 27 March 1794, for Eye 18 April 
1769 to 29 September 1812, for Orford 7 October 1812, for St. Germans 17 June 
:8i8, and for St. Ives 29 February 1828 ; appointed Precis Writer to the Foreign 
Office in 1793; in the Diplomatic Service 5 April 1795 to 5 July 1807; Joint 
Secretary to the Treasury 1810-14, First Commissioner of Woods and Forests 
1823-27, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 30 ^Liy 1828 to November 
1830; Privy Councillor 27 June 1804; died at the Duke of Wellington's residence, 
Apsley House, Piccadilly, London, aged 83, 18 August 1850, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 16 August 1834, proved (P.C.C. 868, 50) 9 Decem- 
ber 1850, by Charles George James Arbuthnot, son. He married istly at Chol- 
mondeley House 23 February 1799, Mercia Mary Anne, dau. of \\'illiam Clapcott 
Lisle of Upway, co. Dorset, and niece to George James, 4th Earl of Cholmondeley. 



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=Harriett, born 10 

September, bapt. 
at Fulbeck, co. 
Lincoln, 2 No- 
vember 1793 ; 
marr. there on 
Monday, 31 Jan- 
uary 1814 ; died 
II August 1834, 
bur. at Fulbeck. 
2nd wife. 



Pulkley John Mackworth-Praed of Ousden Hall, co. Suffolk (2nd son= 
of William Mackworth-Praed of Bitton Court, co. Devon, and of Lincoln's 
Inn, Serjeant-at-La\v, Chairman of the Audit Office, Somerset House, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Benjamin Winthrop, Governor of the Bank 
of England); born 2 August 1799; educated at Harrow 1813-17, and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1821; died at Ousden Hall, 
aged 76, on Sunday, 12 March 1876, bur. at Ousden. Will dated 13 
November 1872, with three codicils dated 13 November 1872, 11 January 
1873 and 13 February 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 423, 76) 2 May 1876, 
by Herbert Bulkley Mackworth-Praed, FitzPatrick William Bulkley 
Mackworth-Praed, Lieutenant Royal Navy, and William Mackworth 
Bulkley Mackworth-Praed, sons, and William Dashwood Fane. He 
married istly 22 December 1828, Emma, 4th dau. of Mungo Dick of 
Pitkerrow, co. Forfar; she died 3 August 1836; married 2ndly 14 July 
1840, Elizabeth, dau. of Patrick Persse Fitzpatrick of Fitzleet House, 
CO. Sussex; she died 6 February 1852. 



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I. 
=Emily Maria, born at 
MozuflTurpore, India, 10 
December 1820; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, on Tues- 
day, 26 April 1859 ; 
died at Ousden Hall, 
aged 84, on Thursday, 
II May 1905, bur. at 
Ousden. Will dated 27 
December 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 877, 1905) 
24 June 1905, by Alger- 
non Henry Mackworth- 
Praed, son. 



3rd wife. 



I 
Thomas Dalton Lawrance of 43 Montagu Square, London (only son of=|=Millicent Emma Rachel, 



Sir John Compton Lawrance, a Judge of the High Court, by Charlotte 
Georgiana his wife, dau. of Major George John Smart of Tumby Lawn, 
Boston, CO. Lincoln, 76th Foot) ; born at Dunsby, co. Lincoln, 26 
January 1865, bapt. there; educated at Rugby and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 October 1883, B.A. 1887, M..'\. 1890; Barrister- 
at-Law of the Inner Temple 22 April 1891. 



born 4 February 1864, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Paddington, London ; 
marr. at Fulbeck on 
Wednesday, 17 August 
1898. 



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Cecily, born 15 December 1826, bapt. at Fulbeck the 
next day; bur. there 29 January 1829. 



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William Robert Phelips of Montacute House, co. Somerset (only son=j=Cicely Grace Augusta, born 



of William Phelips of Montacute, by Ellen Harriet his wife, dau. of 
^^'illiam Helyar of Coker Court, co. Somerset) ; born at Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, 30 March 1846, bapt. at Montacute; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1865; J. P. and D.L. for co. Somerset, High Sheriff 1901 ; formerly 
Lieutenant 6th Dragoon Guards. He married 2ndly Constance Louisa, 
dau. of the Rt. Hon'''' Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane, 
G.C.B., I.S.O. {see Pedigree of Bessborough, Vol. 12, page llf). 

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at Corfe Mullen, co. Dorset, 
on Tuesday, 22 June 1852; 
marr. at Ellingham, co. 
Hants, on Thursday, 2 De- 
cember 1875 ; died, aged 24, 
on Sunday, 4 March, bur. at 
Montacute 10 March 1877. 
M.I. 



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General Mildmay Fane, bora 3 February, bapt. at Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, 8 March 1795; entered the 
Army as Ensign 11 June 1812, Lieutenant 1813, Captain 1814, Major 1820, Lieut.-Colonel 1823, 
Colonel 1S38, Major-General 1851, Lieut.-General 1855, General 27 March 1863; Colonel 96th 
Foot II August 1855, and of 54th Foot 27 December i860; served in the Peninsular War 
December 181 2, to March 18 14, including battle of Vittoria, assault and capture of San Sebastian 
and battled of the Nive, 9 and 13 December 18 13 (medal with three clasps); served in campaign of 
1815, including battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (severely wounded); General of a division 
at Umballa 1851 ; killed on Thursday, 12 March 1868, by a fall from his horse while hunting at 
Wellingore, co. Lincoln, bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 23 April 1867, proved at Lincoln 16 April 1868, 
by William Dashwood Fane, nephew. 



Henry Prinsep Fane, born at Mozuffurpore, India, 27 August 1822 ; educated at Charterhouse 
1835-39; entered the Bengal Civil Service 1842, Civil and Sessions Judge, Mirzapore, 1868; 
died unmarried at Fulbeck Hall, aged 71, on Monday, 8 January 1894, bur. at Fulbeck. Will 
dated 21 May 1888, with three codicils dated 4 June 1888, 27 March 1893 and i July 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 184, 94) 13 February 1894, by William Dashwood Fane, brother, and Algernon 
Henry Mackworth-Praed and William Vere Reeve Fane, Barrister-at-Law, nephews. 



Major William Vere Reeve Fane of Fulbeck Hall ; born= 
at 7 Norfolk Crescent, London, on Thursday, 29 October 
1868; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1889, M.A. 1894 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 1892 ; Captain (Hon. Major 1904) 3rd Battalion 
Lincolnshire Regiment (Militia) 1896, with which he 
served in South African War, formerly Captain 4th East 
Surrey Regiment ; D.L. for co. Lincoln, High Sheriff for 
that county 1908, J. P. for parts of Kesteven, co. Lincoln. 



=Helen Beatrice, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Houldsworth Newman of 9 Great Cum- 
berland Place, Hyde Park, London, and 
of Coryton, co. Devon, by Elizabeth Laura 
his wife, eldest dau. of Martin Tucker 
Smith, M.P. ; born 3 December 1867; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Thursday, 16 May 1895. 



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Major-General Walter Fane, C.B. ; born at Fulbeck 6 January, bapt. there= 
II January 1828; admitted Scholar of Charterhouse 24 January 1839, 
left 18 January 1844; entered nth Madras Native Infantry as Ensign 
10 December 1845, Lieutenant 1853, Captain 1863, Major by brevet 
1865, Lieut.-Colonel 1871, Colonel 1875, Major-General i April 1879; 
served in Punjab Irregular Cavalry 1849-57, and was present in several 
engagements on North-West Frontier of India, and took part in pursuit 
and final capture of Tantia Topee in Central India in 1859 (medal); 
raised a regiment of Irregular Cavalry for service in China, present at taking 
of Peiho Forts 12 August i860 ; commanded Fane's Horse (19th Bengal 
Cavalry) in engagement at Sinho, and in the actions of Climkiawhaw 
and Pulli-chi-on, 18 and 21 September, and capture of Pekin, 18 October 
i860 (medal, brevet of Major, C.B. 20 May 1871); died s.p. at Fulbeck, 
aged 57, on Tuesday, 17 June 1885, bur. there. Will dated 22 August 
1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 619, 85) 23 July 1885, by Agnes Fane, relict. 



=Agnes, dau. of Sir Henry 
Bold-Hoghton of Hogh- 
ton, CO. Lancaster, 8th 
Baronet ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 4 
August 1879; died at 23 
Hyde Park Gate, London, 
on Sunday, 1 7 November, 
cremated at Golder's 
Green on Wednesday, 
20 November 19 13. 



Wynne Albert Bankes of Wolfeton House, co. Dorset (6th son of the Rt.=T=Florence Mary Anna, 



Hon'''' George Bankes, M.P., of Kingston Lacy, co. Dorset, by Georgina 
Chadotte his wife, only dau. of Admiral Sir Charles Edmund Nugent, G.C.B.); 
born I May 1840; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, i860, B.A. 1864; Midshipman Royal Navy in Baltic and Black Sea 
■^54-55, present at the taking of Sebastopol (Baltic and Crimean medals 
with clasp) ; a Student of the Inner Temple 8 November 1S64, called to the 
Bar II June 1867; J.P. and D.L. for co. Dorset; died at Wolfeton House, 
aged 73, on Wednesday, 16 April 191 3. 4 



bornatCorfe Mullen, 
CO. Dorset, on \Ved- 
nesday, 17 August 
1853 ; married at 
EUingham, co. Hants, 
on Wednesday, 10 
September 1873. 



Isabella Mary, youngest= 
dau. of Admiral Sir Eliab 
Harvey, G.C.B., M.P., of 
Rolls Park, co. Essex, by 
Lady Louisa Grenville 
his wife, dau. of Richard, 
Earl Nugent; bapt. at 
Chigwell, CO. Essex, 25 
December 1806; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 24 June 1835 ; 
died s.p. at Rolls Park 
on Saturday, 1 5 December 
1838. I St wife. 



=Robert George Cecil Fane, born 8 May,= 
bapt. at Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, 13 July 
1796; educated at Charterhouse 1808-13, 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 May 1813, B.A. of Magdalen College 
(ist-class Classics) 1817, M.A. 1819, 
Demy and Fellow 1824-35 J called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn i June 1821; a 
Commissioner of the Court of Bankruptcy 
1832-64; Author of several Works on 
Bankruptcy Reform and other legal sub- 
jects ; died at Weymouth, co. Dorset, on 
Tuesday, 4 October 1S64, bur. at Fulbeck. 
Will dated 6 August 1861, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 693, 64) 29 November 1864, by 
Harriette Anne Fane, relict. 



=Harriette Anne, only dau. of 
Vice-Admiral the Hon''i= Sir 
Henry Blackwood, Baronet, 
K.C.B., G.C.H. ; marr. on 
Tuesday, 7 September 1841 ; 
died at 30 Eaton Square, 
London, on Friday, 31 De- 
cember 1869, bur. at Fulbeck. 
\Vill dated 29 November 
1864, with two codicils dated 
22 September 1869 and 25 
November 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 178, 70) 28 
March 1870, by Charles Fane 
and Herbert Bulkeley Praed. 
2nd wife. 



Robert Alexander of Upavon, co. Wilts (eldest son= 
of James Alexander of Somerhill, co. Kent, M.P., 
D.L., by Charlotte Sophia his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Thomas Dashwood of the Hon'''* East India Co.'s 
Service) ; born 10 February 1815 ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 October 1832, B.A. 1837, 
M.A. 1839; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 1838; died 
at Bodynfol, Oswestry, co. Salop, aged 48, on Friday, 
23 October 1863, bur. at Tonbridge, co. Kent. Will 
dated 17 October 1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 628,63) '3 
November 1863, by Julia Charlotte Alexander, relict. 



Julia Charlotte (his cousin), born at Banda, 
India, 21 July 1826; marr. at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick (by the Rev. Edward Fane), on 
Tuesday, 23 July 1844; died at Edwinstowe 
Hall, CO. Nottingham, on Saturday, 3 January 
1903, bur. at Tonbridge. Will dated 30 July 
1901, with codicil dated 13 June 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 131, 1903) 14 February 1903, 
by Aurea Otway Lombe, wife of Ralph Henry 
Fenwick Lombe. 



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Henry William Newman Fane, born at 15 South Francis Christopher Fane, born at 7 Sloane 
Audley Street, Mayfair, London, on Saturday, Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
6 February, bapt. at Fulbeck 18 April 1897. 9 June, bapt. at Fulbeck 19 August 1900. 



Augusta Cecily, of The Cottage, Fulbeck ; born 
24 October, bapt. at Fulbeck 15 November 1829. 



Anne Christina, born at Fulbeck 26 December 
1830, bapt. there 6 January 1831 ; bur. at 
Fulbeck 23 January 1832. 



Alice, died at Hon'''' Arthur Grenville Fortescue of Hudscott, Chittle-^ 



Weymouth, co. hampton, co. Devon (4th son of Hugh, 3rd Earl Fortescue); 

Dorset, aged i born at Madeira 24 December 1858; educated at Harrow 

month, on Wed- 1872-75; entered the Coldstream Guards from Militia as 

nesday, 13 De- 2nd Lieutenant 13 November 1878, Lieutenant 1881, 

cember 1854. Captain 18 July 1888, retired 1895; served in Egyptian 

Expedition 1882, at action of Mahuta and battle of Tel-el- 

Kebir (medal with clasp, Khedive's star) ; in Bechuanaland 

Expedition 1884-85; died at Hudscott 3 October 1895. 

Will dated 23 February 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 1337, 95) 

27 December 1895, by the Hon'''' Lilla Ellen Gertrude 

Fortescue. /f^ 



= Lilla Ellen Gertrude, 
of Shappen Burley, 
Ringwood, co. Hants ; 
bom at Avon Tyrrell, 
CO. Hants, on Mon- 
day, I December 
1856 ; married at 
EUingham, CO. Hants, 
12 January 1886. 



William Earle Welby of Bainton House, near Stamford,= 
CO. Lincoln (3rd son of the Rev. John Earle Welby, 
Rector of Harston, co. Leicester, and of Stroxton and 
AUington, co. Lincoln, by Felicia Eliza his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. George Hole of Chumleigh and North 
Tawton, co. Devon); bom 13 October 1823, bapt. 
at Stroxton ; educated at Eton, admitted 1838, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 10 November 
1842, B.A. 1S46; J.P. for the counties of Derby, 
Lincoln, Northampton, and Liberty of Peterborough. 



^Adeline, bom at Allahabad, India, 
6 September 1830; marr. at Fulbeck, 
CO. Lincoln, on Thursday, 24 November 
1864; died at 18 New Cavendish 
Street, London, on Saturday, 19 June 
1897, bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 
8 February 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
861, 97) 16 July 1897, by the Rt. Hon'''' 
Reginald Earle, Baron Welby, and 
Edmund Royds. 



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Colonel Francis Augustus Fane of Fulbeck Hall (her cousin),= 
4th son of the Rev. Edward Fane of Avon Tyrrell, co. Hants, by 
Maria his wife, 4th dau. of Walter Parry Hodges of Easton Grey, 
CO. Wilts; born 22 March, bapt. at Fulbeck 4 April 1824; entered 
25th Foot as Ensign 27 August 1841, Lieutenant 1843, Captain 
1851, Major 1859, Lieut. -Colonel i860, Colonel (retired) 23 Oc- 
tober 1865; A.D.C. to his uncle, Major-General Mildmay Fane; 
raised and commanded the Peshawar Light Horse during the 
Indian Mutiny ; died at Valetta, Malta, aged 68, on Wednesday, 
I February 1893, bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 5 September 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 349, 93) 15 April 1893, by Augusta Fane, relict. 



'Augusta, bom at Allahabad 
3 November 1831; marr. at 
Fulbeck on Tuesday, 10 
February 1863; died there 
on Friday, 14 June 1895, 
bur. at Fulbeck. Will dated 
18 March 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 850, 95) 19 July 1895, 
by Edmund Royds, son-in- 
law, and Algernon Henry 
Mackworth-Praed, nephew. 



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{For issue see page 6.) 



Cicely Harriette, of 23 
Charles Street, Berkeley 
Square, London ; born 
in London on Monday, 

7 July 1845- 



Blanche Anne, born 
in Upper Brook 
Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, on 
Friday, 2 7 November 
1846. 



Lionel Arthur Cecil Fane, born in Upper Brook 
Street on Monday, 10 March 1851 ; educated 
at Harrow 1865-68; died unmarried at 23 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, aged 
21, on Monday, i April 1872, bur. at Fulbeck. 



Lady Augusta F'anny (Rous),= 
eldest dau. of John Edward 
Cornwallis, 2nd Earl of 
Stradbroke; born 10 March 
1858 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on 
Saturday, 8 May 1880 ; 
divorced on her petition in 
1904. 



=Cecil Francis William Fane of 239= 
Knightsbridge, London; born at Fulbeck 
Hall on Tuesday, 7 October 1856; 
educated at Harrow 1870-73; Lieutenant 
Grenadier Guards 1876-82; died at 27 
Beaufort Gardens, Kensington, London, 
aged 57, on Friday, 30 January 1914. 



=Ellen Muriel, dau. of 
John Selwyn Harvey, 
M. D., of South 
Kensington, London; 
marr. 19 November 
1904; married istly 
Onslow Powell Tra- 
herne, who divorced 
her in 1902. 



Charles George Cecil Fane, 
bom 8 April 1881. 



John Lionel Richard Fane, 
bom 2 January 1884. 



Charles William Fane, bom at 7 Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Fulbeck 17 April 1904. 



Elizabeth Christine, born at 7 Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, on Friday, 6 April, bapt. at Fulbeck 
20 May 1906. 



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aiiams of anstep, to. Wlartoicfe. 



Arms. — Vert on a cross or an estoile sable. 
Crest. — A talbot passant azure semee of 

bezants collared argent. 
Motto. — Sub cruce Veritas. 



Henry Cadwallader Adams of Anstey Hall, co.= 
Warwick (eldest son of Simon Adams of 
Anstey Hall, Barrister-at-Law, Deputy Recorder 
of Northampton and Recorder of Daventry, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Cadwallader Coker of 
Bicester, co. Oxford); born ii December 1779; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Warwick, High Sheriff 
1837 ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 62, on 
Thursday, 31 March, bur. in the family vault at 
Anstey 11 April 1842. Will dated 19 August 
1835, proved (P.C.C. 379, 42) 24 June 1842, by 
Henry William Adams, C.B., son. 



=Emma, elder dau. of Sir William Curtis of 
Cullens Grove, Southgate, co. Middlesex, 
ist Baronet, Lord Mayor of London 1796, 
and M.P. for the City of London, by Anne 
his wife, youngest dau. and coheir of 
Edward Constable ; marr. at Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 18 June 1803; died at 
Corston House, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
aged 76, on Monday, 22 June, bur. at 
Anstey 27 June 1857. Adinon (with will 
dated 17 April 1857) was granted (P.C.C.) 
13 July 1857, to Arthur Robarts Adams, 
D.C.L. 



Major-General Henry William Adams, C.B., of Anstey Hall,= 
CO. Warwick, and of Morton Pinkney, co. Northampton ; born 
31 January, bapt. at Anstey 22 April 1805 ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant i8th Foot 31 July 1823, Lieutenant 1825, 
Captain 1826, Major 1839, Lieut. -Colonel 1840, Lieut.- Colonel 
49th Foot 1844, Brigadier-General 21 February 1854, Major- 
General 12 December 1854; commanded the i8th Foot at the 
operations in China, the first taking of Chusan, storming and 
taking the heights above the city of Canton, capture of Amoy, 
second capture of Chusan, storming and taking the fortified 
heights of Chinhae and capture of the city of Ningpo, July 
1840 to October 1841 ; nominated C.B. 14 October 1841 ; 
served in the operations in the Crimea, in command of a 
brigade of the 2nd Division ; wounded at the battle of Inkerman 
5 November, and died at the General Hospital at Scutari, 
aged 49, on Tuesday, 19 December 1854, bur. in the family 
vault at Anstey 20 January 1855. Will dated 26 December 
1850, with three codicils dated 2 April 1852, 2 August 1854 
and 19 December 1854, proved (P.C.C. 374, 55) i May 
1855, by Francis Wigston and the Rev. Cadwallader 
Coker Adams. 



=Katherine (his cousin), 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Coker Adams, Vicar of 
Anstey ; born 9 October, 
bapt. at Anstey 28 November 
1813 ; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Simon Thomas Adams) 
on Tuesday, 28 November 
1843; raised by Royal War- 
rant to the rank of a wife 
of a K.C.B. in 1855, to 
which honour her husband 
was named in the " London 
Gazette" 10 July 1855 ; died 

21 October, bur. at Anstey 
26 October 1905. Will dated 

22 August 1905, with three 
codicils dated 30 August, 12 
September and 14 September 
1905, proved 8 December 
1905, by Francis Cadwallader 
Adams. 



Commander John Garrett, R.N. (2nd= 
son of John Garrett of Ellington, 
Thanet, co. Kent) ; entered the Royal 
Navy 12 May 1810, Lieutenant 26 
March 1822, Commander 19 Novem- 
ber 1833; present at the battle of 
Algiers 27 August 1816 ; died at 
Welbeck Street, London, aged 53, 
17 November 1850. 



I 
=Emma Curtis, bapt. at Anstey 12 July 1806; marr. 
there 17 April 1834; died at 7 The Terrace, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight, aged 73, on Tuesday, 27 January 1880. 
Will dated 21 December 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 
398, 80) 12 April 1880, by Emma Blanche Dashwood 
of Shenley Grange, Barnet, co. Hertford, widow, the 
daughter. She married 2ndly at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Thursday, i February 1855, 
George Young of Apley Towers, Isle of Wight. 



A\ 



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Captain George Curtis Adams, R.N., of Anstey Hall, co.= 
Warwick; born 24 November 1807, bapt. at Anstey 24 July 
1810; educated at Rugby; Lieutenant Royal Navy 21 
February 1837, Commander 27 November 1846, Captain 
(retired) i July 1864 (medal with clasp for Syria, and 
Turkish medal) ; J. P. for co. Warwick ; died at Anstey 
Hall, aged 76, on Tuesday, ii December, bur. at Anstey 
17 December 1883. Will dated 11 November 1878, with 
two codicils dated respectively 10 July 1880 and 31 
January 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 2, 84) 26 January 1884, 
by Constable Curtis and the Rev. Charles Edward Shirley 
Woolmer, Vicar of Ramsgate, co. Kent. 



'Mary Susan, 2nd dau. of Edward 
Woolmer of Barnfield, Exeter, 
CO. Devon ; marr. at St. Sidwell's, 
Exeter, on Thursday, 28 January 
1847 ; died at the Cottage, 
Anstey, 23 July, bur. at Anstey 
28 July 1893. Will dated 23 
June 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
705. 93) 14 August 1893, by 
the Rev. Charles Edward 
Shirley Woolmer and Richard 
WooUcombe. 



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Lieut. -Colonel Edward WooUcombe -Adams (6th son of Vice-=^Emma Louisa, marr. at 



Admiral George WooUcombe of Hemerdon, co. Devon, J. P. 
for CO. Devon, by Mary Elizabeth his wife, 2nd dau. of George 
Ley of Cockington, co. Devon); bom 11 April 1842; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant Royal Artillery 1 November i860. Captain 
1873, Major 1881, Lieut. -Colonel 9 January 1884; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Warwick ; assumed by Royal Licence dated 29 April 1893, 
the surname of Adams after that of WooUcombe. /t\ 



Anstey (by the Rev. 
Charles Edward Shirley 
Woolmer, assisted by the 
Rev. Cadwallader Coker 
Adams, the Vicar) on 
Thursday, 6 June 1872. 



Henry Cadwallader Adams of Anstey Hall; born 28 July 1850; 
J. P. for CO. Warwick; marr. 20 September 1887, Harriet Sarah 
Monk, dau. of Robert Preston Drummond. He died s.p., aged 52, 
on Christmas Day, Sunday, 25 December, and was bur. at Anstey 
29 December 1902. 



Katherine Anna, died 
at Anstey Hall, in her 
17th year, on Wednes- 
day, 2 August, bur. at 
Anstey 8 August 1865. 



William Ormond Adams, bom 16 January 1847 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 4th (The King's Own Royal) Foot 5 January 1866; died at 
Calgary, North-West Territory, Canada, aged 45, on Saturday, 2 April 
1892. Administration was granted at the Principal Registry i June 
1894, to Howard Cadwallader Adams, brother. 



Henry Cadwallader 
Adams, born in 
1846; died in infancy 
at Mount Abu, India. 



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Major-General Frank Adams, C.B.;= 
born at his grandfather's (Sir 
WilHam Curtis) house at South- 
gate, CO. Middlesex, i6 April 1809 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 28th 
Foot 30 December 1826, Lieu- 
tenant 1832, Captain 1833, Major 
1843, Lieut. -Colonel 1852, Colonel 
1855, Major-Genera! 4 March 
1866 ; commanded the Mhow 
Division of the Bombay Army 
9 January 1866 to 1869; com- 
manded the 28th Foot in the 
Crimea 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol and 
affair on i8th June in the cemetery; 
succeeded to the command of the 
brigade on Sir William Eyre being 
wounded (medal with three clasps, 
Sardinian and Turkish medals and 
4th-class Medjidie) ; C.B. 5 July 
1855; died at sea on board the 
" Tanjore," on his way home from 
India, 19 September 1869. Will 
dated 5 June 1866, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 745, 69) 8 December 1869, 
by Arthur Robarts Adams, brother. 



=Ellen, dau. of 
George Ormond, 
Captain 86th 
Foot, and widow 
of John Strath of 
the 86th Foot, In- 
spector -General 
of Hospitals, who 
died at Trinidad, 
West Indies, in 
1842 ; born 30 
June 1822; marr. 
at Poona, India, 
16 September 
1844; died 29 
November 1893, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, 
London. 



Alfred Burton of=j=Anna Delicia, 



St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex (son of 
James Burton [for- 
merly Haliburton] 
of Mabledon Park, 
CO. Kent, afterwards 
of St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, High Sheriff for 
CO. Kent 18 10, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Westley 
of The Hall, Lough- 
ton, CO. Essex); born 
18 June 1802 ; died 
at 64 Marina, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, 24 
April 1877. Will 
dated 2 May 1873, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
445.77)7 June 1877, 
by Alfred Henry 
Burton, son. /\ 



bapt. at Anstey, 
CO. Warwick, 24 
March 181 1 ; 
marr. there (by 
the Rev. Thomas 
Coker Adams), 
on Thursday, 7 
September 1843; 
died at 64 Marina, 
St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, aged 86, on 
Saturday, 1 7 April 
1897. Adihon 
was granted at 
the Principal 
Registry 22 July 
1897, to Alfred 
Henry Burton, 
son. 



General Sir George Luck, G.C.B., of Landford Lodge, Salisbury,=Ellen Georgina (twin 
CO. Wilts (son of Frederick Luck of Blackheath, co. Kent); born with Emma Catherine), 
24 October 1840; entered the Army as Ensign 15th Foot 16 April born at Plymouth, co. 
1858, Lieutenant 1859, Lieutenant 6th (The Inniskilling) Dragoons Devon, 30 September 
1861, Captain 1867, Captain 15th (The King's) Hussars i868, 1848; marr. at Farnham, 
Major 1878, Lieut.-Colonel 1879, Colonel 1883; commanded co. Surrey (by the Ven'''= 
Sind Brigade 1884, and Rawul Pindi Brigade 1887; Brigadier- John Sutton Utterton, 
General, Bombay, 1884-87, Substantive Colonel 1887, Archdeacon of Surrey, 
Brigadier-General, Bengal, 12 May to 11 October 1887, Inspector- assisted by the Rev. 
General of Cavalry in India 1887-93, ^'^ rank of Major-General Simon Thomas Adams), 
1 89 1 ; commanded Quetta District 1893-95 ; Major-General, Bengal, <3" Tuesday, 16 July 
1893-95, Inspector-General of Cavalry in Great Britain and Ireland 1867. 
1895-98, Lieut. -General, India, 1898-1903, General May 1906; 
Colonel 15th (The King's) Hussars ; served in the operations 

against the Jowaki Afridis in January 1878; in the Afghan War 1878-80 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 7 November 1879, medal); and with the Thull-Chotiali 
Field Force, and in the march from Quetta to the relief of Kandahar in August 1880 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 25 January 1881, medal); served in South 
Africa, in the Transvaal Campaign 1881, in command of the 15th Hussars; nominated C.B. 
19 November 1879, K.C.B. 22 June 1897, and G.C.B. 25 June 1909; granted reward 
for distinguished and meritorious services i August 1895; Lieutenant of the Tower of 
London 15 November 1905. 



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I 

Arthur Robarts Adams, D.C.L. ; born 16 August, 
bapt. at Anstey, co. Warwick, 27 September 
1 81 2; educated at Merchant Taylors' School 
1822-30, and at St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 June 1830, B.C.L. 1835, 
D.C.L. 1840, Fellow 1835 ; called to the Bar at 
the Middle Temple 11 January 1839, Recorder 
of Birmingham 20 January 1866, Q.C. 22 June 
1869, Bencher 27 January 1870, Assessor of 
Chancellor's Court, Oxford, November 1871-76; 
died while out shooting in Bagley Wood, co. 
Berks, aged 65, on Thursday, 13 December, 
bur. at Anstey 20 December 1877. Will dated 
27 August 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 78) 
14 January 1878, by Frank Reginald Adams. 



Rev. Cadwallader Coker Beck= 
(youngest son of James Beck 
of Allesley, co. Warwick) ; 
bapt. at Allesley ; of Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 December 1837, aged 18, 
B.A. 1841 ; Vicar of Foleshill, 
CO. Warwick, and of Crowell, 
CO. Oxford, 1879 until his 
death; died, aged 74, on Mon- 
day, 24 April 1893. Will 
dated i8 November 1886, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 618, 93) 
21 July 1893, by Ralph Coker 
Adams Beck and Francis 
Cadwallader Adams. 



I 
= Laura Coker, bom 
4 September, bapt. 
at Anstey 17 Oc- 
tober 1819 ; marr. 
at St. Thomas', 
Ryde, Isle of 
Wight (by the Rev. 
Thomas Coker 
Adams), on Thurs- 
day, 1 7 February 
1848; died, aged 
39, on Sunday, 
6 February 1859. 



Major Edward Albert Pole= 
(eldest son of Major-General 
Edward Pole of the 1 2th Lancers, 
by Fanny his wife, dau. of 
Colonel George Grogan); entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 12th 
(Prince of 'Wales') Royal Lancers 
31 December 1861, Lieutenant 
20 May 1864, Captain (retired) 15 
May 1867 ; died, aged 41, on 
Tuesday, 16 December 1884, 
bur. in West Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey. /t\ 



=Emma Catherine (twin 
with Ellen Georgina) ; 
bom at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 30 September 
1848; marr. at Fam- 
ham, CO. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 5 July 1866; 
died at Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 17 June, 
bur. in the Necropolis 
Cemetery, Woking, co. 
Surrey, 20 June 191 1. 



Frank Reginald=j=Julie Ogden, only dau. 



Adams of Van- 
couver, British 
Columbia; bom 
at Newcastle-on- 
T)'ne, CO. North- 
umberland, 14 
Septemberi853; 
educated at Wel- 
lington College. 



I 
Frank Ormond Adams, born at New 
York 2 November 1905, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, London. 



of William Ogden 
Jones of New York 
and Chicago, U.S.A., 
by Alice his wife, dau. 
of Alexander Mac- 
Kenzie of New York ; 
bom 29 June 1873 ; 
marr. at the Church of 
the Holy Communion, 
New York, 21 May 
1904. 



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William Ogden Cadwallader Adams, 
bom at Fairhaven, Milford-on-Sea, 
CO. Hants, on Saturday, 8 June 1907, 
bapt. there. 



I 
Lieut.-Colonel \\ illiam Ingersoll=j=Mary Beatrice, born at 



Merritt (only son of N. Merritt 
of St. Catherine's, Ontario, 
Canada, by Sarah his wife, dau. 
of J. IngersoU of Ingersoll, 
Canada) ; born 8 December 
1846; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 30th (The Cam- 
bridgeshire) Foot 12 September 
1865, Lieutenant 28 May 1870; 
Lieut.-Colonel 4th Battalion 
Manchester Regiment. /K 



Belfast 31 July 1854 ; 
marr. at AH Saints', 
Paddington, London 
(by the Ven"* John 
Sutton Utterton, Arch- 
deacon of Surrey, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Cadwallader Coker 
Adams), on Tuesday, 
29 April 1873. 



I 
Howard CadwalIa-= 
der Adams of 39 
Longridge Road, 
Earl's Court, Lon- 
don ; born at 
Boulogne, France, 
20 May 1859; 
educated at Wel- 
lington College. 



=Alice Christine Rose, 
only child of Arthur 
Kimber of 3 Roland 
Gardens, Kensington, 
London, Deputy Lieu- 
tenant of the City of 
London ; born in 
New York in 1868; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, Lon- 
don, 27 April 1895. 



I 
Ormond Howard Cadwallader 
Kimber Adams, born at Earl's 
Court 8 July 1896, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens. 



Frank Simon Hamilton Adams, 
born at Earl's Court 29 July 
1897, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens. 



Anstey George Curtis Adams, 
bom at Earl's Court 10 Januar)' 
1899, bapt. at St. Philip's, Earl's 
Court Road. 



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Lieut. -General Cadvvallader Adams, C.B., of Butler's=f=Anna Catherine Eliza- 



Louisa, born 

6 August, Green, Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex ; born 6 May, bapt. 
baptised at at Anstey 19 June 1825 ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Anstey, co. Lieutenant Ceylon Rifle Regiment 2 September 1845, 
Warwick, 15 Lieutenant 49th Foot 1847, Captain 5 December 1851, 
September Major by brevet 1854, Major and Lieut.-Colonel by 
1822. brevet 1856, Lieut.-Colonel 1863, Colonel 1863, Major- 

General 1869, Lieut. -General 23 October 1883; served 
in the Crimea 1854-55, as A.D.C. to his brother, 
Major-General Henry WiUiam Adams, during 1854, including the 
battles of Alma and Likernian (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
sortie on 26th October, and assaults on the Redan 18 June and 8 Sep- 
tember (medal with three clasps, brevet of Major and Lieut.-Colonel, 
Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th-dass Medjidie and Turkish 
medal) ; granted the reward for distinguished and meritorious service ; 
died 10 February 1893, bur. at Anstey. Will dated 13 February 1891, 
with codicil dated 4 February 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 322, 93) 
10 April 1893, by Anna Catherine Elizabeth Adams, relict, Francis 
Cadwallader Adams and Thomas Cowper Hincks, formerly Captain 
in the Army. 



beth, youngest dau. 
of Brigadier-General 
James Stopford, C.B., 
formerly of the 64th 
Foot, by Mary Eliza- 
beth McAndrew his 
wife ; born at Gal- 
way 17 June, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Galway, 
30 July 1848 ; marr. 
at Belgaum, Bombay 
Presidency, India, on 
Tuesday, iSJuly 1871. 



George Stopford Adams, born at Belgaum, = 
Bombay Presidency, on Tuesday, 2 July 
1872, bapt. there; educated at Wellington 
College ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
The Lancashire Fusiliers 25 February 1893, 
Lieutenant 10 July 1895, Captain 9 October 
1899, Adjutant ist Volunteer Battalion The 
Lancashire Fusiliers 15 July 1904 ; served 
in the South African War 1901-1902 (Queen's 
medal with four clasps). 



=Muriel Ada, eldest dau. of John Cooke Harker 
of Danehurst, Champion Hill, co. Surrey, and 
of the Stock Exchange, London, by Caroline 
Sarah his 2nd wife, younger dau. of Thomas 
Goodman of Islington, co. Middlesex ; born 
at Woodlands, Denmark Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 16 July, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Denmark Hill, 13 August 1884; marr. there 
on Wednesday, 12 July 1905. 



Derric John Stopford Adams, born at 232 Walmersley 
Road, Bury, co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 1 7 January, 
bapt. at the parish church. Bury, 15 February 1907. 



Philip James Cad-= 
wallader Adams, 
born at Belgaum, 
Bombay Presi- 
dency, on Wed- 
nesday, 2 2 October 
1873, baptised 
there ; educated at 
Radley College ; 
Civil Engineer, 
India ; died in 
India on Tuesday, 
16 April 191 2. 



=Sylvia Crochley, dau. of 
Alfred William Stanfield 
of The Park, Nottingham, 
by Anne Emily Louisa 
his wife, dau. of Charles 
Clapham of Wakefield, 
CO. York ; born at York 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, 29 May 1878, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Albany Street, London ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Not- 
tingham, on Wednesday, 
15 September 1909. 



Commander Kennett Dixon,= 
R.N., of 66 St. George's 
Square, London (son of 
Spencer Dixon of Ipswich, 
CO. Suffolk, by Frances Amy 
Georgina his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. John Cobbold 
Aldrich) ; born in 1870; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy i 
October 1898, retired as 
Commander 24 April 1909. 



=Evelyn Blanche 
Stopford, born at 
Spennithorne,co. 
York, on Tues- 
day, 24 October 
1875, bapt. there 
2 January 1876 ; 
marr. at Sydney, 
NewSouth Wales, 
22 November 
1900. 



A^lU^dd^ 



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COMBERMERE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Azure a 
chevron between three hanks of cotton argent in chief pendent 
from a ribbon gules a representation of the medal presented to 
the ist Viscount after the battle of Salamanca, Cotton; 2nd and 
3rd, Argent a lion rampant sable, Stapleton. 

Crests. — I, (of augmentation) in centre, Upon a mount vert a trooper of 
the 3rd regiment of Light Dragoons mounted all proper in the 
attitude of charging and over this crest on an escrol azure the 
word " Salamanca " in letters of gold, Cotton ; 2, on dexter, 
A falcon proper wings inverted and indorsed belled or holding 
in the dexter claw a belt azure buckled of the second paternal 
crest of Cotton ; 3, on sinister. Out of a ducal coronet or a 
Saracen's head affront^ wreathed round the temples argent and 
sable, Stapleton. 

Supporters. — Two falcons wings inverted and indorsed proper belled or 
the dexter supporting a spear also proper therefrom flowing a 
swallow-tailed pennon vert sem^e of estoiles or streamers and 
tassels of the last ; and the sinister supporting a like spear 
therefrom flowing a yellow swallow-tailed pennon streamers and 
tassels of the last. 

Motto. — In utraque fortuna paratus. 



Combermere^ 



Lady Anna Maria (Pelham-=f=Field-Marshal Sir Stapleton Stapleton-Cotton,=j=i 



Clinton), eldest dau. of The 
mas, 3rd Duke of Newcastle, by 
Lady Anna Maria (Stanhope) 
his wife, dau. of William, 2nd 
Earl of Harrington ; born 29 
July 1783; marr. at Clumber 
Park, CO. Nottingham, by 
special licence, i January 
1801 ; died at Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, 31 May 1807. I St wife. 



I I I 
Robert Henry Stapleton 
Cotton, born at Gort, co. 
Galway, 18 January 1802 ; 
died at Combermere Abbey 
13 February 182 1. 

Two sons, died in infancy. 



Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore, in the East 
Indies, and of Combermere, co. Chester, Baron 
Combermere of Combermere, and a Baronet, 
G.C.B., G.C.H., K.S.L (2nd son of Sir Robert 
Salusbury Cotton of Combermere, and of 
Llewenny, co. Denbigh, Baronet, by Frances his 
wife, youngest dau. and coheir of Colonel James 
Russell Stapleton of Bodrhyddan, co. Flint); born 
at Llewenny Hall 14 November 1773; admitted to 
Westminster School 28 January 1785 ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers 26 February 1790, 
Lieutenant 1791, Captain 6th Dragoon Guards 
1793; served in Flanders at Fremont and Catteau 
1793-94; Major 1794, Lieut.-Colonel 2Sth Light 
Dragoons 9 March 17 94; commanded his regiment 
at the Cape of Good Hope 1796-97, and in the 
campaign against Tippoo Sahib 1798-99, including 
battle of Malavelly and siege of Seringapatam 
(medal); Colonel i8oo, Major-General 1805; M.P. 
for Newark 31 October 1806 to 17 May 18 14; in 
command of a cavalry brigade in Portugal 1808 
-1809, including the battle of Talavera 28 July 1809 (thanks of Parliament); 
covered the retreat to Torres Vedras July to September 18 10, at the head of 
the I St Cavalry Division; Lieut. -General 181 2, Commander of the allied 
cavalry 181 2-14, severely wounded at Salamanca 22 July 1812 (thanks of 
Parliament); K.B. 16 August 1812, Grand Cross of the Tower and Sword of 
Portugal and of St. Ferdinand and Charles IIL of Spain; in command of the 
cavalry at the battles of the Pyrenees, Orthez and Toulouse 10 April 18 14 (gold 
cross with clasp, silver medal with three clasps) ; created Baron Combermere of 
Combermere 17 May 1814, and received pension of ^2,000; G.C.B. 2 January 
181 5; Commander of the aUied cavalry in France in July 181 7; Governor of 
Barbadoes and G.C.H. 27 March 1817; Commander-in-Chief in Ireland and 
P.C. (Ireland) 1822, General 1825, Commander-in-Chief in India 1825-29; 
captured the fortress of Bhurtpore 11 December 1825; created Viscount 
Combermere of Bhurtpore 8 February 1827 ; took by Royal Licence dated 
21 November 1827, the additional name of Stapleton; Colonel ist Life Guards 
16 September 1829; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1834; P.C. 1834; Constable of the Tower 
of London 1852; Field-Marshal 2 October 1855; K.S.I. 19 August 1861 ; died 
at Colchester House, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 21 February, bur. in the church at 
Wrenbury, co. Chester, 2 March 1865. M.I. Will dated 8 July 1862, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 237, 65) 25 April 1865, by Wellington Henry, Viscount Combermere, 
son. Portrait, by Mary Pearson, in the National Portrait Gallery ; Equestrian 
Statue, by Marochetti, at Chester Castle. He married 3rdly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 2 October 1838, Mary Woolley, only child and heir 
of Robert Gibbings of Gibbings Grove, co. Cork, M.D. She died, aged 90, 
31 August 1889. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see "JVotes " to " Visitation of England 
and Wales" Vol. p, page 86.) 



Caroline, 2nd 
dau. of Captain 
William Fulke 
Greville,R.N.,by 
Meliora his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
the Rev. the 
Hon^'^ Richard 
Southwell ; mar- 
ried at Lambeth 
Palace 22 June 
1814; died at 
Dover, co. Kent, 
25 January 1837. 
2nd wife. 



Arthur Wills Blundell-Sandys-Trumbull-Windsor-Hill, Marquess=j=Caroline Frances, born in 1815 ; 



of Downshire, K.P. ; born at Hillsborough Castle, co. Down, 
6 August 181 2; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; Colonel Royal South Down Militia 30 July 1845 
until his death; M.P. for co. Down 30 August 1836 to 12 
April 1845, when he succeeded his father as 4th Marquess; 
died at Heme Bay, co. Kent, on Thursday, 6 August 1868. 
Will proved (Prin. Reg., Dublin, 302, 68) 12 November 
1868, by the Hon''"' George Augusta Hill and William Pitt, 
Earl of Amhurst. /K 



marr. at Wrensbury, co. Chester, 
23 August 1837 ; died at Bigshotte 
Rayles, Wokingham, co. Berks, 
aged 77, on Wednesday, 10 May 
1893. Will dated 22 April 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 441, 93) 29 
May 1893, by Lord Arthur William 
Hill, son. 



Colonel Sir Wellington Henry Stapleton-Cotton, Viscount= 
Combermere ; born at Bridge Town, Barbadoes, West Indies, 
24 November 1818; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 11 May 1837 ; entered the Army as Cornet 
and Sub-Lieutenant ist Life Guards 21 October 1837, Lieutenant 
1841, Captain 1846, Major (unattached) 1850, Secretary to 
Master-General of the Ordnance 1852, Lieut.-Colonel 1857, 
Colonel in the Army 15 December 1861 (retired); M.P. for 
Carrickfergus 3 August 1847 to 21 March 1857 ; D.L. for 
CO. Chester i October 1852 ; succeeded his father as 2nd 
Viscount 21 February 1865 ; died at 33 St. James' Place, 
London, aged 73, from the result of an accident, on Tuesday, 
I December 1891, bur. in the family vault in the churchyard 
at Wrenbury, co. Chester. Will dated 30 November 1887, with 
codicil dated 20 February 1888, proved at Chester 17 February 
1892, by the Hon"" Richard Southwell George Stapleton-Cotton, 
Colonel H.M. Army. 



:Susan Alice, eldest dau. 
of Sir George Sitwell of 
Renishaw, co. Derby, 2nd 
Baronet, by Susan his wife, 
eldest dau. of Craufurd 
Tait of Harvieston, co. 
Clackmannon (sister of the 
Most Rev. Archibald 
Campbell Tait, Archbishop 
of Canterbury) ; marr. at 
Eckington, co. Derby, 29 
July 1844; died at Comber- 
mere Abbey, aged 50, on 
Thursday, 12 August 1869, 
bur. at Burleydam, co. 
Chester. 



Charlotte Ann, only=Sir Robert Wellington Stapleton-Cotton,= 
dau. and heir of Viscount Combermere; born 18 June 
Jacob Fletcher Ellis 1845 ; educated at Eton ; J.P. for 
Fletcher of Peel co. Salop ; succeeded his father as 3rd 
Hall, and of Clifton, Viscount i December 1891 ; died at 
both CO. Lancaster; 11 Duchess Street, Portland Place, 
London, on Sunday, 20 February 
1898, bur. at Wrenbury. Will dated 



marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 



London, by special 3 February 1890, with codicil dated 

licence (by the i February 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 

Rt. Rev. Archi- 534, 98) 10 May 1898, by Walter Hill 

bald Campbell Tait, Chetwynd, the Hon"= Richard Southwell 

Bishop of London), George Stapleton-Cotton and Henry 

on Saturday, 2 June John Birch, gent. 
1866; divorced on 
her petition 20 No- 
vember 1879. 



'Isabel Marian, of The Beeches, 
Bagshot, CO. Surrey, youngest 
dau. of Sir George Chetwynd, 
3rd Baronet, M.P., by Lady 
Charlotte Augusta Hill his 
wife, eldest dau. of Arthur 
Blundell, 3rd Marquess of 
Do^vnshire ; marr. in London 
on Tuesday, 22 June 1880. 
She married istly at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 24 
May 1870, Cudworth Halsted 
Poole of Marbury Hall, co. 
Chester; bom 22 August 
1847; divorced in 1878. 



Sir Francis Lynch Wellington Stapleton-Cotton, Viscount= 
Combermere of Bhurtpore, in the East Indies, and of 
Combermere, co. Chester, Baron Combermere of Com- 
bermere, CO. Chester, and a Baronet ; born at Dover, 
CO. Kent, 29 June 1887, bapt. there; educated at 
Harrow ; succeeded his father as 4th Viscount 20 
February 1898. 



=Hazel Louisa, younger dau. 
of Henry de Courcy Agne\y, 
and grand-daughter of Sir 
Andrew Agnew, 8th Baronet; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 30 October 1913. 



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John Charles Frederick Hunter of Straidarran,= 
CO. Derry (2nd son of Richard Hunter of 
Straidarran, J. P. and D.L., by Dorothea Maria 
his wife, 3rd dau. of John Charles Frederick 
Waring-Maxwell of Finnebrogue, co. Down); 
born 19 March 1822; died s.p. at Straidarran 
3 July 1893. Will dated 16 June 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., Dublin, 341, 93) 28 
August 1893, by the Rev. Arthur Jackson 
Hunter. Sealed in London 21 September 1893. 



=Meliora Emily Anna Maria, born 25 October 
1825; married 18 June 1853; died at St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 18 September 
1897. Will dated 29 February 1892, with 
three codicils dated 14 October 1893, 29 Oc- 
tober 1894 and 12 August 1896, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1332, 97) 21 December 1897, by the 
Hon*"'' Richard Southwell George Stapleton- 
Cotton, Colonel H.M. Army, and Henry 
John Birch, gent. 



Lieut.- Colonel Cecil Lennox Peel (youngest son of Laurence=j=Caroline Susan Mary Stapleton, 



Peel, by Lady Jane his wife, 4th dau. of Charles, 4th Duke 
of Richmond and Lennox, K.G.) ; born at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, 18 April 1830; entered the Scots 
Guards as Ensign i August 1848, Lieutenant 1S52, Captain 
1855, retired as Lieut.- Colonel 22 November 1864; died at 
The Cottage, Easthampstead Park, Wokingham, co. Berks, 
aged 80, 27 April 1910. 



of The Cottage, Easthampstead 
Park, Wokingham, born at 
Combermere Abbey, co. Ches- 
ter, I November 1846; marr. 
at Wrenbury, co. Chester, on 
Thursday, 3 January 1867. 



A 



Lieut.-Colonel Sir Philip Walhouse Chetwode, Baronet, D.S.O., of= 
Chetwode, co. Buckingham, and of Oakley, co. Stafford (elder 
son of Sir George Chetwode, Baronet, by Alice Jane his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Michael Thomas Bass of Rangemore, co. Stafford, M.P.) ; 
born at loi Eaton Square, London, on Tuesday, 21 September 1869; 
educated at Eton ; entered the Army from Militia as 2nd Lieutenant 
19th (Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Own) Hussars 20 November 1889, 
Lieutenant 1890, Captain 1897, Major 1901, Lieut.-Colonel 1908; 
Assistant Military Secretary, Aldershot, 15 November 1906; served 
with Chin Hills Expedition, Burmah, 1892-93 (medal with clasp); 
in South African War 1899- 1902 (mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 8 February and 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with 
four clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; D.S.O. 29 November 1900; 
succeeded his father as 7th Baronet 28 June 1905. 



=Alice Hester Camilla, 
born on Wednesday, 
19 July 187 1, bapt. 
at Corsham, co. 
Wilts ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 
I June 1899. 



/K 



Colonel Richard Southwell: 
George Stapleton-Cotton of Plas 
Llwynon, Llanfair-PwU-Gwyngyll, 
CO. Anglesey ; born 9 October 
1849 ; educated at Eton ; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 
Scots Guards 30 September 1868, 
Captain 187 1, Lieut.-Colonel 
1 88 1, Hon. Colonel (retired) 15 
October 1886; sometime Lieut.- 
Colonel 3rd Battalion Wiltshire 
Regiment (Militia) ; served in 
Zulu War with the 24th Foot 
1879 (medal with clasp) ; in 
command at depot, Cyprus, 1882; 
in Bechuanaland Expedition with 
the ist Mounted Rifles 1884 
-85 (mentioned in despatches) ; 
Inspector-General of Police in 
British Guiana 1889-91 ; J. P. 
for the counties of Chester and 
Salop. 



=Hon'''' Jane Char- 
lotte (Methuen), 
2nd dau. of 
Frederick Henry 
Paul, 2nd Baron 
Methuen, by 
Anna Horatia 
Caroline his wife, 
only child of 
the Rev. John 
Sanford of Nyne- 
head, co. Somer- 
set ; marr. at 
Corsham, co. 
Wilts, on Tues- 
day, 18 October 
1870. 



Lord Alexander Victor= 
Paget (3rd son of 
Henry, 2nd Marquess 
of Anglesey, P.C.) ; 
bom 25 April 1839; 
D.L. for CO. Stafford ; 
Captain Royal Stafford- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry 
and Hon. Lieutenant 
Royal Naval Artillery 
Volunteers (Liverpool 
Brigade) ; died 26 Oc- 
tober: 896. Will dated 
15 April 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1215, 96) 
22 December 1896, by 
the Hont'= Hester 
Alice Paget, relict. 



I 
=Hester Alice, of 
Plas Newydd, 
Llanfair-Pwll- 
Gwyngyll, and 
of Beau Desert, 
Rugeley, co. Staf- 
ford ; born 5 May 
1851 ; marr. at 
Lambeth Palace 
Chapel 2 6 August 
1880. 



A 



Wellington Robert Paul 
Stapleton-Cotton, born 
at Combermere Abbey, 
CO. Chester, on Friday, 
30 August 1872; 
entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant i8th 
Hussars 12 March 1892, 
transferred to 1 9th 
Hussars 30 March 1892, 
Lieutenant 20 February 
1894; died in defence 
of Ladysmith, South 
Africa, 29 January 1900, 
bur. there. 



Captain Richard Greville Arthur= 
Wellington Stapleton-Cotton, M.V.O., 
R.N. ; born at Wellington Barracks, 
London, on Friday, 7 November 
1873; entered the Royal Navy as a 
Cadet 15 January 1887, Midshipman 
1889, Sub-Lieutenant 1893, Lieu- 
tenant 1895, Commander 1905, 
Captain 1913; M.V.O. (4th-class) 
8 September 1905 ; in command of 
Royal Naval College, Osborne, 15 
November 1906-19 10. 



=01ive Harriet, younger dau. of 
Colonel Sir Edward Thomas 
Davenant Cotton-Jodrell of 
Reaseheath Hall, co. Chester, 
and of Shallcross Manor, co. 
Derby, K.C.B., by Mary 
Rennell his wife, elder dau. 
of William Rennell Coleridge 
of Salston House, co. Devon, 
J. P. and D.L.; born in 1883; 
marr. at Acton, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, 9 August 19 10. 



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Robert Francis Stapleton-Cotton,= 
born at Longcross House, Chertsey, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 15 Feb- 
ruary 1876; educated at Radley; 
served as a Volunteer during 
the Matabele Campaign 1896-97 
(medal), and in South African 
War 1899-1900, with Rhodesian 
Horse (medal with clasp). 



=Violet Maude, youngest dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel Sir Frederick Thomas 
Arthur Hervey-Bathurst, Baronet, by 
Ada his wife, only surviving dau. of 
Sir John Sheppy Ribton, Baronet 
born at 37 Eccleston Square, Lon 
don, on Saturday, 30 March 1878 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square 
London, on Saturday, 22 July 1905 



Pauline Edith, born 
at Longcross House, 
Chertsey, on Tues- 
day, 4 September 
1877. 



Sir Grosvenor Arthur Alexander Hood, Viscount Hood, and a Baronet; born= 
at 40 South Street, Park Lane, London, on Friday, 13 November 1868; 
educated at Eton and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; entered 
the Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 16 February 1887, transferred to 
Grenadier Guards 28 August 1889, Lieutenant 1893, Captain 1899, 
Major II July 1905, retired 14 September 1907; Brigade-Major ist (Foot 
Guards) Brigade, Aldershot, 20 October 1903 ; served in Ashanti Expedition 
1895-96, with Special Service Corps (star), and in South African War 
1899-1902, as D.A.y\.G. (Queen's medal with five clasps, King's medal with 
two clasps); succeeded his father as 5th Viscount 27 April 1907. 



=Jane Primrose, 
born 19 April 
1882 ; marr. at 
Lambeth Palace 
Chapel on Tues- 
day, 2 8 February 



1911. 




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artorigf)! of g^antJersteati Court, 
CO. Surrey. 

Arms. — Argent on a mount vert a cotton tree fructed proper on a chief 
azure between two bezants an escutcheon of the field 
charged with a bee volant proper. 

Crest. — An eagle rising or in its beak an escutcheon azure pendant 
by a ribbon gules thereon a hank of cotton argent. 

ATotto. — Multa tuli fecique. 



Rev. Joseph Arkwright of Mark Hall, co. Essex, and of Normanton= 
Turville, co. Leicester (6th son of Richard Arkwright of VVillersley, 
Matlock, CO. Derby, and brother of Peter Arkwright of Willersley, 
see Pedigree of Arkwright, Vol. 7, page ij) ; born 9 August 
1791 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1814, M.A. 1817; Vicar of Latton, co. Essex, 19 May 1820, Rector 
of Thurlaston, co. Leicester, 1824; J. P. for the counties of Essex 
and Hertford; died at Mark Hall on Monday, 29 February 1864. 
Will dated 30 June 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 218, 64) 7 April 1864, 
by Loftus Wigram Arkwright, son. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see "Noles" to '■'■Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. 7, page j.) 



=Anne, dau. of Sir Robert 
Wigram of Walthaui- 
stow, CO. Essex, Baronet, 
by Eleanor his 2nd wife, 
dau. of James Watts of 
Southartipton ; born 22 
February 1796; marr. at 
Walthamstow on Thurs- 
day, 29 October 1818; 
died on Thursday 21 
May 1863. 



Admiral Sir George Granville Randolph, K.C.B. (son of the Rev. Thomas= 
Randolph of Hadham, co. Hertford, Prebendary of St. Paul's, and grandson 
of the Rt. Rev. John Randolph, Bishop of London); born in 18 18; 
entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 7 December 1830, Sub-Lieutenant 1837, 
Lieutenant 1838, Commander 1846, Captain 1854, Rear-Admiral 1872, 
Vice-Admiral 1877, retired 26 July 1881, Admiral 8 July 1884; Lieutenant 
in command of barge of " Daedalus " at destruction of Malloodoo, piratical 
stronghold in Borneo, 19 August 1845, Commander of "Rodney," at the 
attack on Fort Constantine, Sebastopol, and other operations in the Crimea 
(Crimean and Turkish medals, Sebastopol clasp. Knight of the Legion of 
Honour, and Medjidie of the 4th-class) ; C.B. 2 June 1869, K.C.B. on 
the occasion of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 22 June 1897 ; 
Corresponding Member of the Royal United Service Institution and a 
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society ; Author of " Problems in Naval 
Tactics"; died at 70 Brunswick Place, Hove, co. Sussex, aged 89, on 
Thursday, 16 May, bur. on Tuesday, 21 May 1907, after service at 
St. Patrick's, Hove. Will dated 12 April 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 992, 
19°?) 15 June 1907, by the Rev. Rodney Granville Randolph and the 
Rev. Alfred George Lovelace Bowling and Charles Randolph Bowling. 



^Eleanor Harriet, 
marr. at Thurlas- 
ton, CO. Leicester 
(by the Rev. Julius 
Arkwright), on 
Tuesday, 4 Feb- 
ruary 1851 ; died 
at 70 Brunswick 
Place, Hove, aged 
87, on Friday, 5 
April 1907. Adinon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 
8 May 1907, to Sir 
George Granville 
Randolph, K.C.B. 



Rev. George Edward Bruxner of the Holt, Thurlaston, co. Leicester= 
(eldest son of George Augustus Bruxner of St. Petersburg, Russia) ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 June 1832, aged 19 ; B.A. 
1836, M.A. 1838; J. P. for CO. Leicester; Rector of Thurlaston 
1845-76 ; died at the Holt, Thurlaston, aged 79, on Friday, 
13 November 1891. Will dated 19 January 1888, with codicil dated 
27 April 1889, proved at Leicester 13 January 1892, by Henry 
Rutherford, Richard George Randall, Major H.M. Army, and George 
Henry Blunt. 



=Anne Mary, marr. at 
Latton, CO. Essex, on 
Thursday, 16 Sep- 
tember 1841 ; died at 
Thurlaston Rectory, 
aged 33, on Thursday, 
9 January 1854. 



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Robert Wigram Arkwright of Knuston, co. Northampton,= 
and of Sanderstead Court, co. Surrey; born 5 April 1822; 
Cornet 7th Dragoon Guards 27 March 1840; Captain Duke 
of Manchester's Light Horse; J. P. for co. Northampton; 
died at Aix-les-Bains, France, aged 66, on Saturday, 
I December, bur. in the cemetery at WeUingborough, co. 
Northampton, on Thursday, 6 December 1888. Will 
dated 24 November 1886, with three codicils dated 
6 November 1887, 27 December 1887, and 20 March 
1888, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 89) 18 January 1889, by 
Herbert Robert Arkwright and Julius Arkwright, sons, 
Francis Spencer Wigram and John Thomas Arkwright. 



=Sophia Julia, eldest dau. of 
Alexander Greig of 10 Lowndes 
Street, Belgrave Square, London; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Ven'''" 
Joseph Cotton Wigram, Arch- 
deacon of Winchester), on 
Thursday, 30 December 1847 ; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
24 November 1898, bur. in the 
cemetery at Wellingborough. 



Frank Wigsell Arkwright of Sanderstead Court ; born at= 
Normanton Turville, co. Leicester, on Friday, 29 
September 1848 ; entered the Army as Ensign and 
Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 18 May 1870, Lieutenant 
and Captain 13 June 1874 ; died at Purleybury, 
Purley, co. Surrey, aged 44, on Monday, 13 March, 
bur. at Sanderstead on Wednesday, 15 March 1893. 
Will dated 15 February 1889, with two codicils dated 
23 July 1889 and 27 February 1893, by Herbert Robert 
Arkwright and Julius Arkwright. 



=Rosa Frederica, younger dau. of 
William Henry Baring of Norman 
Court, CO. Hants, Captain Coldstream 
Guards, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Charles Hammersley ; marr. at 
West Tytherley, co. Hants, 29 August 
1878; marr. 2ndly Colonel George 
William Adolphus FitzGeorge of the 
20th Hussars ; he died at Lucerne 
on Monday, 2 September 1907. 



Esmd Francis Wigsell Arkwright of= 
Sanderstead Court; born at 26 Hans 
Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 
7 May 1882; educated at Eton; joined 
the 5th Lancers as 2nd Lieutenant 
5 January 1901, Lieutenant 5 June 1902; 
served in South African War 1 901-1902 
(Queen's medal with three clasps). 



'Audrey Violet Hatfeild, dau. of James Vera, born 

Francis Hatfeild Harter of Cranfield at i7 0ving- 

Court, CO. Bedford, J. P. and D.L., by ton Square, 

Violet Maria Charlotte his wife, elder Kensington, 

dau. of Captain Douglas Loftus ; born London, on 

at Cranfield Court 25 November 1889; Saturday, 1 1 

marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, August 1883. 
Chelsea, on Tuesday, 6 July 1909, 



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Charles Arkwright of Ashlands, co. Leicester; born at= 
Mark Hall, co. Essex, 9 September 1823; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 19 June 1841 ; entered the Army as Cornet 
I St (King's) Dragoon Guards 24 February 1843, Lieu- 
tenant 27 June 1845; died at 14 Bolton Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, aged 69, on Thursday, i December, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on Tuesday, 
6 December 1892. Will dated 5 March 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 87, 93) 3 February 1893, by Honoria 
Arkwright, relict, and William Evans Hartopp and Edward 
Charles Shuttleworth Holden. 



=Honoria, 3rd dau. 
of Edward Bour- 
chier Hartopp of 
Dalby Hall, co. 
Leicester, M.P., 
by Honoria his 
wife, 2nd dau. of 
General William 
Gent ; marr. at 
Little Dalby on 
Saturday, 10 Sep- 
tember 1864. 



Anna Frances, 
died at Mark 
Hall 18 Au- 
gust 1883. Will 
dated 7 Decem- 
ber 188 1, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 872, 
83) I November 
1 883, by Charles 
Arkwright and 
Arthur Ark- 
wright, brothers. 



Charles William Ark- 
wright, born at 75 
Chester Square, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 23 
July 1865. 



Constance Isabel, 
born at Skefifington 
Vale, CO. Leicester, 
on Friday, 3 August 
1866. 



Godfrey Crawford Ark- Cecil Edward Arkwright, 

Wright, born at Ashlands, born at Ashlands on 

CO. Leicester, on Monday, Sunday, 27 December 

lo February 1868. 1868. 



Evelyn Florence. 



Walter George 
Arkwright, born 
8 June 1870. 



Eustace Arkwright, born 25 
August 1871; M.B., CM. Edin. 
1896 ; Surgeon Royal Navy 
25 May 1897, Staff-Surgeon 
25 May 1905, Fleet-Surgeon 
1913- 



Reginald Ark- 
wright. 



Robert Nigel 
Arkwright. 



Alan Joseph Arkwright, 
bom 25 January 1875. 



Hugh Evans Arkwright, 
born 22 August 1876. 



Herbert Robert Arkwright of Knuston, Wellingborough, co.=f=Evelyn Frances, dau. of Colonel 

Northampton ; born at Goldington, CO. Bedford, on Thursday, "■ • "' > '^ ■ 

15 November i860; of Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated 

Michaelmas Term, 1879; J. P. for co. Northampton, High 

Sheriff 1891 ; died at Knuston, Wellingborough, aged 37, on 

Wednesday, 5 January, bur. in the cemetery at Wellingborough 

on Monday, 10 January 1898. Will dated 31 July 1895, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 384, 98) 27 April 1898, by Julius Arkwright, 

Francis Spencer Wigram and Robert Louis Towgood. 



Charies Edward Foster ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 4 January 1894 ; marr. 
2ndly at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 25 July 1905, 
Francis Clements Harper. 



Robert Oakley Wigram Arkwright, 
born at Knuston, Wellingborough, 
on Monday, 15 October 1894, bapt. 
at Irchester, co. Northampton. 



Angela Millicent, born 
20 December 1896, 
bapt. at Irchester. 



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Rev. Julius Arkwright, born 28 September 1827 ; of= 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 7 March 
1844, B.A. 1848; Vicar of Latton, co. Essex, 1850; 
died at Latton Vicarage, aged 38, on Friday, 15 April 
1864. Will dated 6 September 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 
301, 64) 6 May 1864, by Robert Wigram Arkwright, 
brother, and Atwood Dalton Wigsell. 



=Laura Eliza, youngest dau. of Alex- 
ander Greig of 10 Lowndes Street, 
London ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the 
Ven'='"= Joseph Cotton Wigram, 
Archdeacon of Winchester), on 
Thursday, 5 September 1850. 



I I 
Katharine Julia, bom at Latton 
Vicarage on Sunday, 12 October 
1851. _ 

A son born at Latton Vicarage 
on Sunday, 17 September 1854, 
and died the same day. 



Edith Laura, born at Latton 
Vicarage on Sunday, 18 
November 1855. 



Margaret Eleanor, born on 
Wednesday, 25 March 1857. 



Maude Josephine, born at 
Latton Vicarage on Thurs- 
day, 27 May 1858; marr. 
at the Catholic Church of 
St. Mary Magdalen, Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 
I August 1876, Charles 
Elphinstone Gouldsbury of 
the Bengal Police. 



Charles Alfred Browne Lawder of The 
Cottage, Church Brampton, co. Northamp- 
ton (son of General Edward James Lawder, 
Madras Staff Corps, by Dora his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Moore-Lane, M.D.) ; born 
at Madras 14 July 1853 ; educated at 
Sherborne ; of the Postal Department, 
India; served in Afghan War 1878-81 
(medal) ; Postmaster-General, Hyderabad, 

1897-1903. y^ 



=Mary Sophia Diana Laura, born on Tuesda)% 

Clare, born at 28 April 1863; died unmarried 

Goldington,co. at Trinity Lodge, Dean Park, 

Bedford, on Bournemouth, co. Hants, on 

Monday, 14 Sunday, 10 April 1892, bur. in 

October 1 861; the cemetery, Wellingborough, 

marr. at Oota- co. Northampton. Adiiion was 

camund, India, granted at the Principal Registry 

I July 1901. 6 May 1892, to Herbert Robert 
.Arkwright, brother. 



Julius Arkwright= 
of Stonely Grange, 
Huntingdon ; born 
at 10 Lowndes 
Street, Westmin- 
ster, on Monday, 
9 January 1865 ; of 
Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas 
Term, 1884. 



'Lilian, dau. of Hugh 
Edmond Browning 
of Clapham Park, 
CO. Bedford, Captain 
Royal Scots Greys, 
J.P. and D.L., by 
May his wife, dau. 
of Robert Brooks of 
Woodcote Park, co. 
Surrey, M.P. ; born 
18 January 1877 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 

London, on Tuesday, 
17 January 1899. 



Frederick Alexander Hedley= 
(son of Robert Hedley of 
Sidbrook, Taunton, co. Somer- 
set, by Charlotte Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Charles Coote of 
Bellamont Forest, co. Cavan) ; 
horn at Sidbrook, Taunton, on 
Friday, 11 December 1863; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 
South Staffordshire Regiment 
6 February 1884, Captain i 
February 1890, retired 8 Feb- 
ruary 1899; served in Soudan 
1885-86, in Frontier Field 
Force (medal, bronze star). 



^Isabel Gertrude, 
born 20 March 
1867 ; married 
at the Oratory, 
Brompton, Lon- 
don, 20 April 
1898. 



Loftus Wigram Arkwright of Parndon Hall, co.=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Rowland John Reynolds 



Essex; born 29 September 1829 ; died at Parndon 
Hall, aged 59, on Saturday, 4 May 1889. Will 
dated 3 November 1S87, proved (Prin. Reg., 
366, 89) 31 May 1889, by John Wigram, cousin, 
and Andrew Caldecott. 



of Bruton Street, London ; married in 
1864; died in London, aged 57, on Friday, 
2 May 1890. Will dated 22 July 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 655, 90) 14 July 1890, 
by James Alfred Reynolds, brother. 



Loftus Joseph \Vigram Arkwright of Parndon Hall and Mark Hall,= 
CO. Esse-x ; born at Gladwins on Sunday, 14 October 1866; educated 
at Charterhouse 1880-83, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1885; Lord of the Manor of Little 
Parndon. 



=Julia, daughter of J. 
Caldwell of Whitehall, 
London ; married in 
June 1894. 



Loftus Arkwright, born 
6 June 1895; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted 
Easter Term, 1909. 



John Joseph Arkwright 
(twin with Godfrey 
Wigram); bom 10 June 
1901. 



Godfrey Wigram Arkwright 
(twin with John Joseph) ; 
born 10 June 1901. 



Arthur William Arkwright of Broughton Astley, co.= 
Leicester; born 20 February 1831 ; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Leicester, High Sheriff 1877 ; died at 107 Oakwood 
Court, Kensington, London, aged 72, on Sunday, 28 
June 1903, bur. at Matlock Bath, co. Derby. Will dated 
27 April 1901, with codicil dated 3 July 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 94, 1903) 4 August 1903, by Leonard 
Arthur Arkwright, Major Royal Engineers, and Joseph 
Arthur Arkwright, M.D., sons. 



=Emma, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
John Wolley of Beeston, co. 
Nottingham ; marr. at Beeston (by 
her brother, the Rev. Charles 
Wolley) on Thursday, 3 April 1856; 
died at 19 Cork Street, Burlington 
Gardens, London, aged 32, on 
Wednesday, 20 June 1866, bur. at 
Matlock Bath. 



Mary Helen, born at Matlock 
on Tuesday, 3 February 1857 ; 
died at Puerto Oratava, 
Tenerifife, on Saturday, 13 
February 1904, bur. at 
Oratava. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 
21 April 1904, to Leonard 
Arthur Arkwright, Major 
Royal Engineers. 



Ruth, born at Broughton 
Astley on Monday, 15 
February 1858; died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
aged I year and 2 months, 
on Thursday, 28 April 
1859, bur. there. 



Colonel Leonard Arthur Arkwright, 
born at Broughton Astley on Thurs- 
day, 14 July 1859; entered the Army 
as Lieutenant Royal Engineers 31 
January 1878, Captain 1888, Major 
1896, Lieut. -Colonel 1904, Colonel 
(retired) 1904; served in Nile Expe- 
dition 1898, at battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 30 September 1898, Egyptian 
medal with clasp, medal). 



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Susan Ellen, died at 102 Mount 
Street, Grosvenor Square, Lon- 
don, 5 March 1873. Will dated 
3 February 1873, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 147, 73) 31 March 1873, 
by Robert Wigram Arkwright, 
brother. 



Agnes Isabella, died at Great Hayvvards, 
Haywards Heath, co. Sussex, 31 May 
1902. Will dated 20 December 1892, 
with codicil dated 5 July 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 885, 1902) 11 July 1902, 
by Lewis Wigram and John Wigram. 



Catherine Elizabeth. 



Gertrude. 



Emma Mildred, Joseph Arthur Arkwright of Cloister Garth, Furze= 

born at Brough- Hill, Purley, co. Surrey, M.D. ; born at Thurlaston, 

ton Astley, co. co. Leicester, on Tuesday, 22 March 1864, bapt. 

Leicester, on there ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 

Tuesday, I April Michaelmas Term, 1882; Student of St. Bartholo- 

1862. mew's Hospital, House Surgeon West London 

Hospital, House Physician Victoria Hospital for 

Children and House Physician St. Bartholomew's 

Hospital; B.A. 1886, M.B., B.C., M.A. 1890, 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1889, M.D. 1895, 

M.R.C.P. 1906. 



Elizabeth Emma, born at 
Townsend House, Halesowen, 
CO. Worcester, on Sunday, i July 
1894, bapt. at Halesowen. 



Ruth Mildred, born at Townsend 
House, Halesowen, on Tuesday, 
15 September 1896, bapt. at 
Halesowen. 



=Ruth (sister Elizabeth 
of St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital), 2nd dau. of 
Joseph William Wilson 
of Elmhurst, Kenley, co. 
Surrey ; born 9 Septem- 
ber i860; marr. at 
Kenley (by her cousin, 
the Rev. Harry Wilson), 
on Wednesday, 26 April 
1893. 



Eleanor Mary, born at 
Halesowen on Friday, 
5 September 1902, 
bapt. there. 



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pooner. 



Isaac Spooner of Witton Hall, in the parish of Aston, co.= 
Warwick (2nd son of Isaac Spooner of Elmdon Hall, co. 
Warwick, by Barbara his wfe, sister of ist Lord Calthorpe, 
and eldest dau. of Sir Henry Gough of Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, Baronet), brother of Abraham Lillingston of Elmdon 
Hall (see Vol. g, page jj), and of the Ven'''^ William Spooner 
(see Vol. 16, page 141) ; born at Birches Green, co. Warwick, 
on Saturday, 12 November 1774, bapt. at Aston; educated at 
Rugby and at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1796, M.A. 
1799; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 7 May 1795; JP- fof co. 
Warwick; died at 13 Suffolk Square, Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, aged 74, on Friday, 12 January, bur. in Elmdon 
Church 18 January 1849. M.I. (see ^^ Fragnunta Genealogica," 
Vol. 7, page sp). Will dated 21 August 1843, proved (P.C.C. 
141, 49) 12 February 1849, by Isaac Spooner, son, and John 
Welchman Whateley. 

(For earlier Pedigree see " Notes " to " Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. 8, page 142.) 



■Elizabeth Lucy, eldest dau. 
of John Tyler of Redlands 
Vale, CO. Gloucester ; marr. 
at Westbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester, 13 August 1807 ; 
died at 13 Suffolk Square, 
Cheltenham, aged 72, 4 Oc- 
tober, bur. in Elmdon 
Church II October 1854. 
M.I. (see " Fragmenta Genea- 
logica," Vol. 7, page S9-) 
Will dated 22 April 1851, 
proved (P.C.C. 866, 54) 14 
November 1854, by Isaac 
Spooner, son, and Frances 
Spooner, spinster, daughter. 



John Welchman AV' hateley of==pLucy, bom at Witton 1 7 May, bapt. there 



Bennett Hill, Birmingham; died 
at Edgbaston Hall, near Birming- 
ham, aged 81, on Wednesday, 
9 December 1874, bur. at 
Edgbaston. Will dated 10 July 
1869, with two codicils dated 25 
August 1 87 1 and 18 November 
187 1, proved at Birmingham 25 
January 1875, by Lucy Whateley, 
relict, John Whitehead, Bar- 
rister-at-Law, Henry Lawrence 
Whateley, son, and Thomas 
Soden, gent. 



privately 18 May, and received into the 
church at Elmdon 16 August 1808 ; marr. 
at Aston (by the Ven'''= William Spooner), 
on Friday, 7 March 1834 ; died at 
Wyddrington House, Pitville, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 76, on Tuesday, 
17 June 1884, bur. at Edgbaston. Will 
dated 12 December 1876, with codicil 
dated 7 July 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 
682, 84) 2 August 1884, by Henry 
Laurence Whateley, son, and William 
Frederick Traill, Barrister-at-Law, nephew. 



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Barbara, bom at 
Witton, bapt. 
there privately, 
and received into 
the church at 
Elmdon 28 Au- 
gust 1809 ; died, 
aged 17, bur. at 
Elmdon 20 July 
1825. 



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Isaac Spooner of Wightwick, Wolverhampton, co.=f 
Stafford ; born at Witton 28 March, bapt. there privately 
I April, and received into the church at Elmdon 27 
September 1810 ; educated at Winchester and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1837 ; Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 23 November 1837; J. P. for co. 
Stafford ; Stipendiary Magistrate for Wolverhampton 

1 April 1862 to July 1879 ; died at Tixall, co. Stafford, 
aged 69, on Tuesday, 16 September 1879, bur. there. 
Will dated 17 June 1878, proved at Lichfield 

2 October 1879, by Charles Herbert Spooner, son. 



Charlotte Augusta, 2nd dau. of John 
Chatfield Tyler of Forelands, near 
Bromsgrove, co. Worcester ; marr. at 
Rugby, CO. Warwick, on Saturday, 26 
November 1853; died at Rowley Park, 
CO. Stafford, on Thursday, 24 Decem- 
ber 1896. She married 2ndly at Castle 
Church, CO. Stafford, on Saturday, 11 
April 1885, Matthew Folliott Blakiston, 
J.P. for CO. Stafford. 



Clement Ireby Fisher of Acton Trussell, co. Stafford (2nd son of the=Florence Lucy, born 

Rev. George Hutchinson Fisher of Bentley Hall, co. Stafford, Vicar of at ha Curzon Street, 

Willenhall, co. Stafford); born 27 November 1846; a Student of the 

Inner Temple 12 April 1869, called to the Bar 26 January 1872; 

died at Acton Trussell, aged 55, 30 December 1900. Adiiion (with 

will dated 21 December 1893) was granted at Lichfield 2 April 1901, 

to Florence Lucy Fisher, relict. 

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Mayfair, London, on 
Tuesday, 30 January 
1855 ; marr. at Tixall 
on Thursday, 23 June 
1881. 



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John Spooner, born at 
Witton in the parish of 
Aston, CO. Warwick, bapt. 
there privately, and re- 
ceived into the church 
at Elmdon, co. Warwick, 
27 August 181 1 ; bur. at 
Elmdon 29 January 1823. 



William Gregson Pitt of=j=Charlotte, born at Witton 8 April, 



Cheltenham, co. Gloucester 
(2nd surviving son of Joseph 
Pitt of Eastcourt, co. Wilts, 
M.P., by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Orlidge of 
Bristol); born 31 December 
1798; died II April 1846, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Cheltenham. 



bapt. there privately, and received 
into the church at Elmdon 20 August 
181 2; marr. at Aston 14 August 
1832 ; died at Charborough Hall, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 73, 
on Monday, 9 May 1887, bur. there. 
Adnion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 15 June 1887, to Henry 
Dowdeswell Pitt, Colonel Royal 
Artillery, son. 



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Frances, born 29 June 1813; died at Eversley House, Trinity Place, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
in her 85th year, on Saturday, 25 September 1897, bur. at Eastbourne. Will dated 31 March 
1883, with codicil dated 10 November 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 1149, 97) 9 October 1897, 
by Henry Lawrence Whateley and Henry Dowdeswell Pitt, Colonel Royal Artillery (retired). 



Charles Herbert Spooner, born at 2 Gloucester 
Place, Hyde Park Gardens, London, on 
Thursday, 13 March 1856; educated at 
Charterhouse 1871-74, of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1874, B.A. 1879. 



George Cecil Frederick Spooner, born at 2 
Gloucester Place, Hyde Park Gardens, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 14 June i860; educated 
at Charterhouse (admitted 1873); died at 
Charterhouse, aged 16, on Tuesday, 4 July 
1876. 



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Ciibitt of Catfielti 3|all, co. Jlorfolfe. 



Mary, dau. of the=T=' 
Rev. Justice Finley, 
Vicar of Burton-on- 
Stather, co. Lincoln, 
by Catharine his 
wife ; baptised at 
Burton -on - Slather 
21 September 1762 ; 
marr. there 1 2 Sep- 
tember 1781 ; died 
at Norwich, aged 39, 
19 August, buried 
at Catfield 26 Au- 
gust 1801. M.I. in 
church. Memorial 
Ring inscribed : 

"MARY CUBITT OB: 

19 AUG. 1801 je.: 39," 
in the possession 
of Edward George 
Cubitt of Honing. 
I St wife. 



Arms.- — Sable a bow and arrow argent. 

Crest. — An arm in armour holding an arrow fesbeways proper. 

George Cubitt of Catfield Hall, co. Norfolk=y=Frances, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
(youngest son of Benjamin Cubitt of Catfield, 
by Elizabeth Dean his 2nd wife, and 2nd cousin 
to Thomas Cubitt of Honing, co. Norfolk, see 
Pedigree of Cubitt of Honing, Vol. ij, page 26); 
born at Catfield 8 January, bapt. there ii Jan- 
uary 1759; J-P. (for 50 years) and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk; died, aged 76, 17 May 1835, bur. at 
Catfield. M.I. in church. Will dated 23 Octo- 
ber 1830, with two codicils dated 23 January 
1832 and 27 November 1833, proved (P.C.C. 
472 Gloster) 6 August 1835, by Frances Cubitt, 
relict, Sir Edmund Knowles Lacon, Baronet, 
and Thomas Cubitt, son. Portrait in oils (by 
Clover) in the possession of Mrs. Henry 
Archibald Cubitt; also a Miniature and 
Portrait i?i water-colours in the possession of 
Mrs. Charles Foster., his grand-daughter. 



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Henry Parish, Rector of Rainham, 
CO. Norfolk, and Chaplain to \'is- 
count Townsend, Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John Woodbine of East 
Dereham, co. Norfolk ; born 9 De- 
cember 1 769 ; marr. at Upminster, 
CO. Essex, 2 March 1802; died in 
the Close, Norwich, 3 March 1842, 
bur. at Catfield. M.I. in church. 
Will dated 10 December 1840, with 
codicil dated 27 February 1841, 
proved (P.C.C. 163, 42) 31 March 
1842, by Edward George Cubitt, 
son, and Fanny Maria Cubitt and- 
Agnes Sally Cubitt, spinsters, 
daughters. Miniature and Por- 
trait in water-colours in the 
possession of Mrs. Charles Foster, 
her grand-daughter. 2nd wife. 



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{For issue see page 40.) 



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George Justice Cubitt, 
born 8 July 1782, died 
15 August following. 



George Justice Cubitt, 
born 16 June, bapt. at 
Catfield 18 June 1783; 
died 21 January, bur. 
in the family vault in 
the church at Catfield 
26 January 1797. 
M.I. in church. 



Mary Campbell, only= 
dau. of John Pater- 
son of Menyflatts, 
CO. Lanark, and sister 
of iMajor-General 
Alexander Paterson 
of Mclfort Cottage, 
Kilmelford, co. 

Argyll ; married at 
Trinity Chapel, Edin- 
burgh, 3 June 1 841; 
died 6 September 
1845. ist wife. 



Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Cubitt of Catfield=f= Annette Binning, only dau. of 

Archibald Campbell of Askomel, 
CO. Argyll, by Elizabeth his wife ; 
bom 29 January, bapt. at 
Greenock, co. Renfrew, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1795; marr. at St. James', 
Dublin, 21 April 181 6; died at 
2 Vernon Terrace, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 18 December 1876, bur. 
in Brighton Cemetery. Will dated 
12 September 1866, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 186, 77) 9 March 1877, by 
Henry Archibald Cubitt, son. 



Hall; born at Catfield 2 October 1784, bapt. 
there privately the next day ; educated at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; joined 
the Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 1801, 
1st Lieutenant 11 June 1802, 2nd Captain 
I February 1808, Captain 17 July 1823, Major 
27 May 1825, Lieut.-Colonel in Command of 
the Artillery at Kingston, Upper Canada ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Norfolk ; died at Kingston 
15 March 1840. M.I. in church at Catfield. 
Will dated 27 May 1835, proved (P.C.C. 
562 Arden) 20 August 1840, by Annette 
Binning Cubitt, relict. 



=George Cubitt of Catfield Hall ; bom= 
27 F'ebruary, bapt. at Woolwich i April 
1817; entered the Army as Ensign 9th 
(East Norfolk) Foot i July 1836, 
Lieutenant 26 April 1839, Captain 12 
November 1 847 ; died at Fergus House, 
Waverley Grove, Southsea, co. Hants, 
14 April 1888, bur. in Highland Road 
Cemetery, Southsea. Will dated 31 
August 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 
519, 88) 6 June 1888, by Julia Lucy 
Cubitt, relict. 



=]ulia Lucy, 4th dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Penny White of Winchester and of Drox- 
ford, both co. Hants [^Portrait in oils at 
Queens' College, Cambridge], by Eliza 
Charlotte his wife (Maid of Honour at the 
Court of King George III.), dau. of John 
Channing of Gower Street, London, and 
of Good Hope Plantation, South Carolina; 
bom at Solserton, co. Hants, 2 August 
1825; marr. at St. Thomas', Winchester, 
I March 1848 ; died at 12 Waverley Road, 
Southsea, 20 July 191 1, bur. in Highlaml 
Road Cemetery, Southsea. 2nd wife. 

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George Campbell Cubitt, born on River Hoogley, 
Bengal, India, 2 April 1842 ; died at Meerut, 
India, 9 February 1843. 



Henry Alexajider Cubitt, born at Kussoulie, 
Punjab, India, 2 May 1844 ; died 16 June 1845. 



Rev. Thomas Wright of Kilverstone, co. Norfolk (2nd son of John^Charlotte, bom Henry Finley 

Wright of Kilverstone, by Anna Maria his 2nd wife, only dau. of at Catfield, co. Cubitt, born 3 

Rolfe Pierson of Middleton) ; born 16 July 1786; of St. John's Norfolk, 15 No- January, bapt. 

College, Oxford, matriculated 2 July 1805, aged 18, B.C.L. 1816; vember, bapt. at Catfield 11 

Rector of Otton Belchamp, co. Essex, 28 March 181 1, Perpetual privately 17 No- January 1788; 

Curate and Lecturer of St. Mary's, Thetford, co. Norfolk, 1812, vember 1786; died 14 May 

Vicar of East Claydon 10 May 1820, Rector of Middle Claydon marr. at Catfield following, bur. 

15 May 1820, Vicar of Steeple Claydon with East Claydon 16 on Tuesday, 29 at Catfield 17 

March 1821, all co. Buckingham, Rector of Greetham, co. October 1816; May. 

Lincoln, 18 July 1818 to 8 November 1822, and of Kilverstone died s.p. 
21 October 1822; died, aged 38, 12 June 1825. Will dated 
30 March 1820, proved (P.C.C. 605 Si. Albans) 2 November 
1825, by Charlotte Wright, relict, the sole Executrix. 



Margaret Grace, born 
at Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk, baptised 
at the parish church, 
Great Yarmouth, 31 
December 1818; died 
unmarried at Has- 
socks, CO. Sussex, on 
Sunday, 9 December 

1894, bur. in Brighton 
Cemetery, co. Sussex. 
Admon was granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 8 January 

1895, to Major Henry 
Archibald Cubitt. 



Major Henry Archibald Cubitt of Earlham, Lyndhurst= 
Road, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, formerly of Earlham Lodge, 
CO. Norfolk; born 22 September, bapt. at St. Peter's 
Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, i November 1820 ; entered 
the Army as Ensign 63rd (The West Suffolk) Foot 12 March 
1841, Lieutenant 21 September 1843, Captain 4 September 
1848, retired as Major; J. P. for co. Norfolk; died at 
Earlham, Lyndhurst Road, Lowestoft, aged 86, on Friday, 
14 December 1906, bur. in Lowestoft Cemetery. Will 
dated 14 November 1896, with codicil dated 22 October 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 188, 1907) i February 1907, by 
Henry Lawrence Cubitt, Elizabeth Harriet Cubitt, spinster, 
and Edwin Montagu Calvert, three of the Exors. Wafer- 
colour Forlrait, as a young man, in the possession of his 
widow. 



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=HenriettaTheo- 
dosia, 2nd dau. 
of Rev. Henry 
Turton, Per- 
petual Curate 
of Betley, co. 
Stafford ; born 
1 8 August 1 833; 
married at the 
British Consu- 
late, Cologne, 
Germany, on 
Thursday, 24 
June 1852. 



I 
Henrietta Annette, born 
at Catfield 15 June 1853, 
bapt. there ; died un- 
married at Lowestoft in 
1906, bur. there. 



Warwick Augustus Buller,=p=Frances Amelia, born at Catfield 1 1 No- 
youngest son of the Rev. vember 1855 ; marr. at Earlham (by her 

brothers-in-law, the Rev. Frederick George 
BuUer and the Rev. John Barringham 
Pelham) on Thursday, 24 October 1889. 



William Buller, Rector of 
Hemington, co. Somerset ; 
born 23 October 1855. 



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Thomas Campbell Paterson Cubitt of the Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Company ; born 
10 June 1845; died s.p. at 22 Prestonville Road, Brighton, co. Sussex, 25 October 1882, bur. 
in the cemetery at Brighton. Will dated 8 November 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 17, 83) 6 January 
1883, by William Lewis Henry Cox. He married Caroline Eliza Ward. 



ArthurWilliam Rev. John Downs, Minister in= 

Cubitt, born the Established Church of Scot- 

at Newry, co. land, as Assistant to the Very 

Down, 4 No- Rev. James McGregor, D.D. ; 

vember 1848. Minister at Wishaw 1861-70, 

and of East Kilbride, co. 

Lanark, 1870-93; died at East 

Kilbride, aged 56, i October 

1893, bur. there. ,\\ 



=Mary Annette, born at 
Catfield 7 November, bapt. 
there 11 December 1849; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Brighton, on Tliursday, 
10 November 1870 ; died, 
aged 58, 19 September 
1908, bur. at East Kilbride. 



Lucy Charlotte, born 
at Louvain, Belgium, 
on Friday, 27 June 
1S51 ; died at Stutt- 
gart, Germany, aged 
8 years and 4 months, 
on Sunday, 6 Novem- 
ber 1859, bur, there. 



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I 

Henry Finley Cubitt of Catton, co. Norfolk ; born at=Mary, 5th dau. of Robert Fellowes, M.P., of 



Catfield, CO. Norfolk, 12 June 1789, bapt. privately 
the next day; joined the Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 21 March 1806, ist Lieutenant 15 September 
1806, 2nd Captain 12 June 1823; D.L. for co. Norfolk; 
died while on a visit at Whilton Rectory, co. North- 
ampton, aged 59, on Saturday, 12 August 1848, bur. 
at Catfield. M.L in church. Adinon was granted 
(P.C.C.) 28 October 1848, to Mary Cubitt, relict. 
Portrait in oils in the possession of Major Frank 
Astky Cubitt of Thorpe Hall, co. Norfolk. He 
married istly 5 February 1818, Mary, dau. of Robert 
Mangles of Wanstead, co. Essex. 



Shotesham Park, co. Norfolk, by Ann his 
wife, eldest dau. of John Berney of Bracon 
Ash, CO. Norfolk ; born at Shotesham 29 
October, bapt. at Shotesham St. Mary 25 
November 1788: marr. at Bracon Ash (by 
the Rev. John Fellowes) in June 1837; died 
s.p. at Catton on Wednesday, 21 February, 
bur. at Catfield 28 February 1855. Will 
dated 8 April 1851, proved (P.C.C.) 27 April 
1855, by the Rev. Henry Howes, nephew, 
the sole Exor. 2nd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Fellowes, Vol. 8, 
page 102). 



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Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 
Cuthbert's Episcopal 
Church, Edinburgh, 
21 April 1822 ; died 
unmarried. 



Julia Cubitt. 



I 
Thomas Cubitt, born at Melville, 
Midlothian, 16 February, bapt. at 
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Edin- 
burgh, 24 April 1824; Lieutenant 
49th Bengal Native Infantry 19 
March 1847 ; killed in action at the 
battle of Mooltan, aged 24, 12 
September 1848. M.L in the church 
at Catfield erected by his brother 
officers. 



Annette, born 4 January, bapt. at 
Musselburgh, co. Edinburgh, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1827 ; died at Westcot, Hurst- 
pierpoint, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 5 
October 1906, bur. in Brighton Ceme- 
tery, CO. Sussex. Will dated 6 August 
1895, proved at Lewes 19 February 
1907, by Charlotte Orr wife of Major- 
General John William Orr. 



Henry Lawrence Cubitt of Bank House, Wymondham,=rAlice Mary, youngest dau. 

of the Rev. Frederic Fitch, 
Vicar of Cromer, co. Nor- 
folk ; born 16 September 
1864 ; marr. at Cromer (by 
her father) on Wednesday, 
5 October 1887. 



CO. Norfolk ; born at Catfield 26 March 1858. 



Elizabeth Har- 
riet, born at 
Catfield II Au- 
gust 1859, bapt. 
there. 



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Burroughes Maurice Hughes of Wymondham (son of David Walkin=T=Catherine Cubitt, bom at 



Hughes, J. P., by Frances Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Barton of 
Long Stratton, co. Norfolk); born 17 December 187 1 ; a Student of 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 
1895 ; Captain 4th Battalion Norfolk Territorial Regiment. 



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Bank House, Wymondham, 
on Friday, 22 November 
1 889, bapt. at Wymondham ; 
marr. there on Wednesday, 
14 April 1909. 



I. 
Edith Julia, born 15 
February 1853 ; died 
28 January 1858, bur. 
at Stuttgart, Germany. 



Commander Albert George Cubitt,=f=Bertha Annie, dau. of J. Townley ; 
R.N.R. ; born 22 September 1854; born at Oxford 21 July 1873; 



of the Royal Naval Reserve, Lieu- 
tenant 8 April 1 89 1, Commander 
(retired) 29 November 1902. 



Irene Lucy, born at 
Stratford, co. Essex, 10 
July, bapt. at All Saints', 
Forest Gate, co. Essex, 
5 September 1894. 



Leonard Frank Cubitt, born 
at Forest Gate 22 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at All Saints', 
Forest Gate, 20 November 
1895 ; <^'^d 23 May 1897. 



marr. at St. Mary's, Plaistow, co. 
Essex, 23 November 1892. 



Alma Doris, born at 
Forest Gate 3 No- 
vember, bapt. at All 
Saints', Forest Gate, 
9 December 1896. 



Edith Alberta, born 
at Forest Gate 5 
April, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Forest Gate, 
30 June 1898. 



Marjorie Bertha, born at Ilford, 
CO. Essex, 1 7 January, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Ilford, 14 May 1900. 



Ida Helena, born at Ilford 20 
February, bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Ilford, 17 October 1902. 

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Nancy Octavia, born at Ilford 
15 June 1903, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Ilford, 24 July 
1904. 



Major William Cubitt, born at Catfield, co. Norfolk, 20 July, bapt.= 
there privately 26 July 1790; Ensign Bengal Native Infantry 28 
August 1806, Lieutenant 6th Regiment 13 December 1809, 
Captain i8th Regiment i May 1824, Major 10 January 1837 ; 
Deputy Military Secretary to Government of India. Will dated 12 
April 1840, proved (P.C.C, 234, 43) 12 April 1843, by Harriet 
Shee (wife of William Archer Shee), relict, one of the Exors. 



=Harriet Harcourt ; marr. zndly 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 11 January 1843, to 
William Archer Shee, 3rd 
son of Sir Martin Archer 
Shee, President of the Royal 
Academy. 



Fanny Maria Gordon, died at 2 Belgrave Place, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Monday, 9 January 1893. 
Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 6 March 1893, to William George Cubitt, Colonel 
Bengal Staff Corps. 



Major-General John William Orr of i Merchiston= 
Crescent, Edinburgh (son of John Orr, Captain 42nd 
Royal Highlanders [Black Watch], by Jane Pollock 
his wife); born 7 December 1829; Ensign 19th 
Madras Native Infantry i November 1850, Lieu- 
tenant 23 November 1856, Captain 1864, Major 1870, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1876, Colonel by brevet 1881, Major- 
General 8 October 1890; served in the Burmese 
War 1852-53 (medal), and Indian Mutiny 1858-59 
(medal with clasp). 



=j=Charlotte, born at The Close, Norwich, 24 July 
1830 ; marr. at the parish church, Brighton 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Benjamin Lucas 
Cubitt), on Thursday, 13 August 1863; died 
at I Merchiston Crescent, Edinburgh, on 
Monday, 19 September 1910. Confirmation 
granted at Edinburgh 24 January 1911, to 
Major-General John \\'illiam Orr, Indian 
Army, and James Henry Cubitt Orr, M.B. 
Sealed in London 4 February 191 1. 



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Emily, born 17 September 1861 : \Valter Binder of Bishop's Stortford, co.=j=Alice Emma, born at 



died unmarried at Lyndhurst 
Road, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 
aged 38, on Saturday, 28 July 
1900, bur. at Lowestoft. 



Essex (elder son of Thomas Richmond 
Pinder, LL.D., of St. Andrew's, Norwich) ; 
born in 1 860 ; died at Earlham, Lyndhurst 
Road, Lowestoft, 21 June, bur. in 
Lowestoft Cemetery 24 June 1910. 



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Catfield 23 December 
1862, bapt. there; 
marr. at Earlham, co. 
Norfolk, on Tuesday, 
27 July 1897. 



Colonel Archibald Cyril Cubitt of 6 Gunton Cliff, Lowestoft ; born at Ryde,= 
Isle of Wight, on Monday, 27 October 1856; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant 12th (East Suffolk) Foot 11 September 1876, Captain i De- 
cember 1884; Adjutant Cawnpore Volunteer Rifle Corps 16 January 1890; 
Major 18 April 1894, Lieut.-Colonel 24 February 1902, Colonel by brevet 
24 February 1905, retired 24 February 1906; served in Hazara Expedition 
1888 (medal with clasp); in South African War 1899-1900, in command 
of ist Battalion Suffolk Regiment 7 January to 20 February 1900; operations 
in Orange Free State April and May 1 900 ; in the Transvaal in May and 
June 1900, including action at Pretoria; operations in the Transvaal, 
East of Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900; in Cape Colony, South of 
Orange River, 1 899-1 900, including actions at Colesberg, i to 6 January 
(mentioned in despatches, " Lon- . 

don Gazette," 10 September 1901, 
Queen's medal with three clasps). 



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=Adelaide Louisa (his 
cousin), 3rd daughter 
of Major Charles 
Campbell Cubitt {see 
page j8) ; born at 
Chichester Road, 
Upper W'estbourne 
Terrace, London, on 
Tuesday, 14 April 
1874 : married at St. 
Margaret's, Lowestoft, 
on Wednesday, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1 90 1. 



Mary Campbell, born 
at 18 Kirkley Clift", 
Lowestoft, on Wed- 
nesday, 27 November 
1901, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Lowestoft. 



Ralph Cyril Cubitt, born 
at 32 Alexander Road, 
Lowestoft, on Thursday, 
17 September 1903, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lowestoft. 



Angela Lucy, born 
at 2 Royal Avenue, 
Lowestoft, on Sunday, 
13 May 1906, bapt. 
at St. Margaret's, 
Lowestoft. 



Archibald Channing 
Cubitt, born at 6 Gun- 
ton Cliff, Lowestoft, 
on Monday, 26 Octo- 
ber 1908, bapt. at St. 
Marirarei's, Lowestoft. 



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Colonel David Storey (son of Richard Storey of Dochray, Penrith, co.=j=Ann EHzabeth, bom at 
Cumberland, by Margaret Dawson his wife) ; born at Penrith 1 1 August, Catfield, co. Norfolk, 4 
bapt. at the parish church, Penrith, 13 August 1781 ; entered the Royal 
Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant i September 1797, Lieutenant 1799, 2nd Cap- 
tain 1805, Major 1819, Lieut. -Colonel 10 December 1829; served in the 
blockade and capture of Malta in 1800; capture of the Danish Islands of 
St. Croix and St. Thomas, December 1807; bombardment and capture of 
Fort Dessaix, Martinique, February 1809; and capture of Guadaloupe Feb- 
ruary 1810; died at Fort Leith, co. Edinburgh, 13 September 1841. Will 
dated 3 April 1827, proved (P.C.C. 834, 41) 20 December 1841, by Mary 
de Whelpdale (wife of John de Whelpdale), sister, the surviving Exor. 



December, bapt. there 
privately 6 ] December 
1791; marr. at Catfield 
(by her brother-in-law, the 
Rev. Thomas ^\'right) on 
Thursday, 1 1 September 
1 81 7; died, aged 32, 23 
May 1824, bur.at Catfield. 
M.I. in church. 



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Rt. HonW^ Sir Julian, Baron Pauncefote, G.C.B., G.C.M.C;. (2nd son of Robert- 
Pauncefote (formerly Smith) of Preston Court, co. Gloucester, by Emma his 
wife, dau. of R. Smith); born at Munich, Germany, 13 September 1828; 
educated at Marlborough College, Paris and Geneva ; a Student of the Inner 
Temple 14 November 1848, called to the Bar 4 May 1852 ; Attorney-General, 
Hong Kong, May 1865 to 1873, Chief Justice, Leeward Islands, 1873; Assistant 
Under-Secretary of State for Colonies 1874-76, for Foreign Affairs 1876-82, 
Permanent Under-Secretary 1882-89; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary to the United States 2 April 1889 to 1893, and first Ambassador 
there 1893; knighted 31 January 1874, K.C.M.G. 12 January 1880, G.C.M.G. 
I December 1885, C.B. 20 April 1880, K.C.B. 2 June 1888, G.C.B. 25 May 
1892; Hon. LL.D. Harvard and Columbia Universities 1900; prepared the 
Hong Kong Code of Civil Procedure ; a Privy Councillor ; created Baron 
Pauncefote of Preston, co. Gloucester, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 
18 August 1899 ; died at the British Embassy, Washington, U.S.A., on Saturday, 
24 May 1902 (Memorial Service at St. John's, Washington, on Wednesday, 28 
May 1902), bur. at St. Oswald's, Stoke, co. Nottingham. M.I. in bronze. \\"i\\ 
dated 24 October 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 980, 1902) 30 July 1902, by Selina 
Fitzgerald, Lady Pauncefote, the sole Executrix. Portrait (by Benjamin 
Constant) in the possession of his zvidoiv, also a copy at Marlborough College. . 



Selina Fitzgerald 
of 19 Chesham 
Place, London ; 
marr. at the 
British Legation, 
Dresden, on 

Wednesday, 14 
September 1859. 



John William Storey Cubitt, born 18 October, bapt. at St. Mary's in the Marsh, 
Norwich, 30 October 1832; died at Brighton 12 July 1S73, bur. in Brighton Cemetery. 



Katherine Julia, 
bom 2 October 
1867, bapt. at 

Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk. 



Herbert Coaks of Hill House, Lowestoft=j=Charlotte Eleanor, born at Earlham 



(younger son of Isaac Bugg Coaks of Thorpe 
Hamlet, Norwich, D.L., J. P.); of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 January 
1883, aged 20, B.A. 1887. 



Lodge, CO. Norfolk, 7 September 
1869, bapt. at Earlham; marr. there 
on Thursday, 22 August 1889. 



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Ernest Fortescue Preston of Clarendon, Kirkley,=j=Eva Mary, bom at Earlham Lodge 20 September 



CO. Suffolk (son of Benjamin Preston of North 
End, Lowestoft) ; born in 1871 



1875, bapt. at Earlham ; 
Thursday, i July 1897. 



marr. there on 



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Alexander Edward Cubitt, born 10 September 1860,= 
bapt. at Stuttgart, Germany ; Assistant Clerk Royal Navy 
16 July 1S77, Clerk 16 July 1878, Assistant Pay-Master 
10 September 1881, Pay-Master 10 August 1892, Staff 

Pay-Master 10 August 1898, 
,fO t '.ty^ Fleet Pav-^L'^ster 10 .Xugust 



/Z% 



1900, 



=Edith Helen, dau. of 
Lewis Wilkins Emerson, 
Chief Registrar, New- 
foundland ; born 26 
April 1872 ; marr. at 
George, Newfoundland, 
6 July 1895. 



Julia Helena, 
born at Bonn, 
Germany, 6 
February 1 86 7, 
bapt. there. 



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Thomas Meggison of Ashford, co. Middlesex,=j=Mary, born at Catfield, co. Norfolk, 2 December, bapt. 



and of VVhalton Hall, co. Northumberland 
a Commissioner of Bankrupts. 



there 13 December 1792; marr. at Kilverstone, co. 
Norfolk, on Tuesday, 18 July 1826. 



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Colonel Willidm George Cubitt, V.C, D.S.O., of Collingwood House, Camberley,= 
CO. Surrey; born at Calcutta, India, 19 October 1S35 ; joined 13th Bengal 
Native Infantry as Ensign 26 July 1853, Lieutenant i6th Regiment 1856, joined 
the Indian Staff Corps 1861, Captain 1865, Major 1873, Lieut.-Colonel 1879, 
Colonel Commandant 43rd Bengal Native Infantry 26 July 1883, retired 19 
October 1892; served in Sonthall Rebellion 1855; present at Lucknovv on 
outbreak of Mutiny, when his regiment revolted ; with Volunteer Cavalry was 
engaged at action of Chinhut 30 June 1857 (awarded the V.C. 18 June 1859); 
afterwards present throughout the defence of the residency of Lucknow 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 17 February 1858, medal with 
clasp); in Dufifla Expedition on the North-West frontier 1874-75 (mentioned 
in despatches); in Afghan War 1880 with Khyber Line Force (medal); in Akha 
Expedition 1883-84 (mentioned in despatches); in Burmese E.xpedition 1886-87 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 2 September 1887, medal with 
clasp, D.S.O. I July 1887); died at Eastfield, Camberley, aged 67, 25 January, 
bur. at Frimley, co. Surrey, 28 January 1903. Will dated 7 November 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 708, 1903) 20 June 1903, by Charlotte Isabella Cubitt, relict, 
one of the Exors. Portrait in the Victoria Cross Gallery ; a replica in the 
possession of his widow. 



^Charlotte Lsabella, 
of The Grove, Cam- 
berley, CO. Surrey, 
sister of Lieut. - 
General Sir James 
Hills-Johnes.V.C, 
G.C.B., and 2nd 
dau. of James 
Hills of Neech- 
indipore, Bengal, 
India, by Charlotte 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of Angelo Savi of 
Moisgunge, India; 
married at Fort 
Church, Calcutta, 
19 May 1863. 



Major William Martin Cubitt, born at Dinapore, India, 13 June=f=Juliet Daisy, 2nd dau. of Captain 



1864; educated at Harrow 1878-81; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant The Cheshire Regiment 23 August 1884, of the 
Indian Staff Corps 30 April 1886, Captain 23 August 1895, 
Major 23 August 1902; of the Foreign Department, Government 
of India, retired 6 December 1909. 



Frank Bird Morris, Assistant 
Commissioner, Central Provinces, 
India ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Karachi, India, on Monday, 21 
October 1895. 



Cicely Frances, born at 26 Colville Square, 
Bayswater, London, on Friday, 5 March, 
bapt. at Frimley 3 May 1897. 



Major Charles Campbell Cubitt, born 21 June 1836 ; entered the= 
Army as Ensign 62nd (The Wiltshire Regiment) Foot 26 July 
1853, Lieutenant 3 November 1854, Captain 9 September 1855, 
Major 4th Battalion (Prince of Wales' Own) West Yorkshire 
Regiment (retired) ; served in Crimean War (medal, Turkish 
medal, order of Medjidie) ; died at 15 Seafield Road, Hove, co. 
Sussex, aged 62, on Monday, 28 March 1898. Admon was 
granted at Lewes 28 April 1898, to Edith Grace Cubitt, spinster. 



=Louisa Georgina, only surviving 
dau. of Colonel Richard Hare 
Croker of the i8th Hussars; 
born 2 October 1838; marr. at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Tues- 
day, 2 February 1869; died at 
Littlehampton, co. Sussex, on 
Sunday, 5 February 1882, bur. 
at Brighton. 



Edith Grace, born at 9 Cam- 
bridge Road, Brighton, on 
Sunday, 23 January 1870, 
bapt. there. 



Mabel Annette, born at Great 
Malvern, co. Worcester, on 
Sunday, 2 April 187 1, bapt. 
there. 



Herbert Campbell Cubitt, born at 
Southsea, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
12 October 1872, bapt. at St. 
Jude's, Southsea. 



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John Edmund Cubitt, 
born 1 6 May, bapt. at 
Catfield, CO. Norfolk, 22 
May 1794 ; died at Cam- 
bridge 28 September, bur. 
at Catfield 30 October 
1812. M.I. in church. 



Catharine, born at 
Catfield 10 July, 
bapt. there 20 July 
1798 ; died, aged 11, 
13 August, bur. at 
Catfield 17 August 
1809. M.I. in church. 



Charles George Cubitt,= 
born in the parish of 
St. Stephen's, Norwich, 
22 May 1801 ; J. P. for 
CO. Norfolk; died 17 
March 1866. 



=Ellen Harriett, eldest 
dau. of Edward Neve 
of Catfield; born 26 
August 1835; marr. 
at Catfield 8 Feb- 
ruary 1859. 



Charles George 
Edward Cubitt, 
born 10 Decem- 
ber 1859; died 
at sea 23 Feb- 
ruary 1879. 



William Spelman,= 
2nd son of Wil- 
liam Spelman of 
Kennington, co. 
Surrey. 



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=Ellen Mary, born Edward Thomas Catharine Elizabeth, 

17 May 186 1 ; Cubitt, bom 4 born 26 December 

marr. at Cat- August 1862; 1863; marr. 10 June 

field 2 September died at sea in 1886, Edward John 

1884. September 1882. Ellis. 



James Edward Cubitt,= 
born at Dinapore, 
India, 6 October, 
bapt. there 28 Octo- 
ber 1865 ; educated 
at Harrow 1879-80. 



'Isabel Margaret, 4th dau. 
of Archibald Currie of 
Pladda, St. Kilda, Mel- 
bourne, Australia ; marr. 
at Scots Church, Collins 
Street, Melbourne, 5 
October 191 1. 



Isabel Janet, born at Calcutta 27 
January, bapt. at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, 12 March 1913. 



Donald Waller Mac-=T=Ethel Mary, born 



pherson of i Upper 
Wood Street, Calcutta, 
India (elder son of 
Major-General Roderick 
Donald Macpherson, 
Bengal Staff Corps, of 
St. Oran's, Belfast, by 
. . . Chapman his wife) ; 
born 16 July 1863. 



at Benares, India, 
25 June, bapt. 
there 24 July 
1868 ; marr. at 
Frimley, co. Sur- 
rey, on Thursday, 
23 July 1896. 



Lewis Cubitt, born at Dana, 
Bengal District, India, 20 
September, bapt. there 
13 October 1872; Assistant 
Commissioner in Uganda; 
died there i July 19 11, 
bur. at Fort Portal, Uganda. 



Robert Middleton Watson Smyth of= 

6 Short Street, Calcutta (3rd son of 
George Watson Smyth of Alverstoke 
House, Lee Park, Blackheath, co. Kent, 
C.B., formerly Assistant Secretary 
General Post Office, by Frances Anna 
his wife, only dau. of Alexander G. 
Middleton of the Admiralty) ; born 

7 October 1872. ^ 



=Nellie, born at Calcutta, 
India, 6 September, bapt. 
at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, 7 October 
1874; marr. there on 
Tuesday, 4 February 
1908. 



Fanny, died unmarried at 50 York Road, Hove, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 15 December 1897. Will dated 20 May 1896, proved 
at Lewes ;^o December 1897, by Annette Cubitt, spinster, and 
Charlotte Orr, wife of Major-General John William Orr, the 
Executrixes. 



Mary, died unmarried. 



Agnes, died in infancy. 



Colonel Archibald=j=Adelaide Louisa, born at Chichester Road, Upper Winifred Agnes, bom 



Cyril Cubitt (her 
cousin), see page 26. 



Westbourne Terrace, London, on Tuesday, 14 at Shanklin, Isle of 
April 1874; marr. at St. Margaret's, Lowestoft, Wight, on Wednesday, 
CO. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 6 February 1901. 25 July 1877, bapt. 



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there. 



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Mary, dau. of 
Rev. Justice Finley. 
I St wife. 



the=5=George Cubitt of Catfield=i=Frances, dau. of 



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Hall, CO 
/>age 33)- 



Norfolk {see 



the Rev. Henry 
Parish. 2nd wife. 



George Wood- Fanny Maria, born at Catfield 12 October, 

bineCubitt,born bapt. there privately 19 October 1804, 

at Catfield 16 received into the church at Catfield 21 

December, bapt. April 1813; died at The Close, Norwich, 

there 23 De- aged 72, on Saturday, 25 August 1877. 

cember 1802; Will dated 6 December 1876, proved at 

died, aged 12, Norwich 17 September 1S77, by Edward 

on Tuesday, 21 George Cubitt, Lieut.-Colonel H.M. Arrny, 

February 1815, brother, and Georgina Gertrude Cubitt, 

bur. at Catfield. spinster, niece, the Exors. 



Agnes Sally, born at Catfield 26 
September, bapt. there privately 
4 October 1806, received into the 
church at Catfield 21 April 1813; 
died at The Close, Norwich, on 
Friday, 10 March 1876. Will dated 
18 May 187 1, proved at Norwich 
30 March 1876, by Fanny Maria 
Cubitt, spinster, sister, the sole 
Executrix. 



Rev. Richard Johnson (son of James Johnson of Stalham) ; born at= 
Stalham 4 March 1786; educated at North Walsham and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 17 October 1803, Scholar 
1805-1809, Junior Fellow 1809, B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1809, M.A. 
1812, Senior Fellow 1820-26; Curate-in-Charge of Ingham, co. 
Norfolk, 1811-27, Rector of Lavenham, co. Suffolk, 20 May 1825; 
died at Lavenham, aged 68, 21 September, bur. there 28 September 
1855. Will dated 21 August 1855, with codicil dated 23 August 
1855, proved (P.C.C. 927, 55) 2 November 1855, by Mary Ann 
Johnson, relict, the Rev. Charles Thomas Jex-Blake, son-in-law, 
and George Randall Johnson, son, the Exors. Miniature in the 
possession of his daughter. Miss Johnson of The Manor House, 
Locking, near Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset. 



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=Mary Ann, born 27 December 
1807, bapt. privately 5 Jan- 
uary 1808, received into the 
church at Catfield 21 April 
1 813; marr. there 25 Sep- 
tember 1828; died at Quarry 
House, Weston-super-Mare, 
aged 68, on Saturday, 24 June 
1876, bur. at Weston-super- 
Mare. Miniature in the 
possession of her daughter. 
Miss Johnson of The Manor 
House, Locking. 



Edward George Cubitt of Honing Hall, co. Norfolk^ 
(eldest surviving son of Thomas Cubitt of Honing 
Hall, by Catharine his wife, dau. of Henry Spencer 
of Dulwich, CO. Surrey); born at Honing Hall 10 
March, bapt. at Honing 6 April 1795 ; educated at 
Harrow, admitted September 1807; entered the Army 
as Cornet 4th Dragoon Guards 31 October 181 1, 
Lieutenant 23 January 1812, retired 8 January 1824; 
served in the Peninsula War November 1812 to 1814, 
present at the battles of Panipeluna, Vittoria, and 
Toulouse, and retreat from Burgos (medal with two 
clasps) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk ; J^ord of the 
Manor of Honing ; died at Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, aged 70, on Wednesday, 20 December, bur. 
in the family vault in the church at Honing 28 
December 1865. Memorial Tablet. Will dated 11 
F'ebruary i860, with codicil dated 11 May 1865, 
proved at Norwich 16 February 1866, by Emma 
Cubitt, relict, the sole Executrix. Portrait in oils 
at Honing Hall, in the possession of Edward George 
Cubitt, his son. a 



=Emnia, born at 
Ipswich, CO. Suf- 
folk, 30 August, 
bapt. privately in 
the parish of St. 
Matthew's, Ips- 
wich, 4 September 
1834 ; marr. at Cat- 
field on Tuesday, 
4 January 1859; 
died at 13 Kirkley 
Chff, Lowestoft, CO. 
Suffolk, on Tues- 
day, 15 December, 
bur. at Honing 
on Monday, 21 
December 1908. 
Memorial Tablet 
in church. 



Georgiana, born at Ipswich 
17 May, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Ipswich, 25 
August 1836; died at 
Combermere, Woking, 
CO. Surrey, aged 70, on 
Thursday, 13 December, 
bur. in Brookwood 
Cemetery, Woking, 19 
December 1906. Will 
dated 21 July 1906, with 
two codicils dated 28 
September 1906 and 3 
October 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 198, 1907) 
26 February 1907, by 
Emma Protheroe Smith, 
widow, and Edward 
George Cubitt, nephew, 
the Exors. 



{For issue see Pedigree of Cubitt, 
Vol. ij, page 2 J.) 



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Rev. Benjamin Lucas Cubitt, bom at Catfield, co.= 
Norfolk, 3 March, bapt. privately 8 March 1809, 
received into the church at Catfield 21 April 1813; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 15 May 1828, 
B.A. 1832 ; Curate-in-Charge of St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 
1833-38, and of Bucklesham 1838-51, both co. 
Suffolk, Rector of Catfield 1851 until his death; died 
at 6 Dorset Square, Marylebone, London, aged 63, on 
Wednesday, 3 July 1872, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 7 November 187 1, proved at 
Norwich 14 August 1872, by Emma Cubitt, relict, the 
sole Executrix. Pencil Drawing by Wageman in the 
possession of Mrs. Charles Foster of Southwold, co. 
Suffolk, his niece. 



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=Emma, youngest daughter of Francis 
Holyoake of Tettenhall, co. Stafford, of 
Moreton Bagot and of Studley Castle, both 
CO. Warwick, by Dorothy Elizabeth his wife 
[Portrait in oils at Honing Hall, co. 
Norfolk, in the possession of Edward 
George Cubitt\ dau. and heir of Robert 
Lyttelton of Studley ; born at Tettenhall 
12 November 1809 ; marr. there 28 Novem- 
ber 1833 ; died at 45 Cambridge Street, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 76, on Saturday, 
28 February 1885, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 20 April 
1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 218, 85) 16 
March 1885, by Georgiana Cubitt, spinster, 
daughter, the sole Executrix. 



William Fenton Fletcher Boughey (4th son of Sir John Fenton= 
Boughey, M.P., 2nd Baronet); born 9 November 1814; 
educated at Shrewsbury Grammar School and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 November 1831, B.A. 1835, M.A. 1838; 
a Student of Lincoln's Inn 14 November 1835, called to the 
Bar II June 1839, admitted to the Middle Temple 4 June 
1845 ; Recorder of Shrewsbury 1867-79 \ Stipendiary Magistrate 
for Wolverhampton 1879-85 ; died at Glencairn, Mattock Lane, 
Eahng, co. Middlesex, aged 75, on Monday, 14 July 1890. 
Will dated 17 January 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 753, 90) 15 
August 1890, by Caroline Boughey, relict, the sole Executrix. 



Caroline, of Glencairn, Ealing ; 
born at Bucklesham, co. Suffolk, 
4 December 1839, bapt. there 
6 May 1840; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, on 
Thursday, 30 April 1874 ; died at 
30 Mattock Lane, Ealing, aged 
73, on Saturday, 22 March, bur. 
in Ealing Cemetery on Thursday, 
27 March 1913, after a service at 
St. John's, West Ealing. 



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Arthur Cubitt, 
born at Buck- 
lesham 1 9 July, 
baptised there 
26 September 
1841 ; died, 
aged 5 months, 
bur. at Buck- 
lesham 5 March 
1842. 



Rev. Lyttelton Lucas Cubitt of Marine Square, Devonport, Auck-= 
land, New Zealand ; born at Bucklesham 19 May, bapt. there 
2 August 1847 ; emigrated to New Zealand January 1876; Vicar 
of Whangarei, Auckland, 1879-1910, licenced to officiate in 
diocese of Auckland since that date. 



=Margaret, dau. of 
Captain Harman 
Bailey Hooper ; 
bom at Crow- 
combe, CO. Somer- 
set, 27 October 
1852 ; marr. at 
Haslemere, co. 
Surrey, 8 Decem- 
ber 1875. 

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Lillian Margaret, 
born at ^^'hangarei 
27 January 1877, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Whangarei 4 
December 1903, 
W. Arthur Castle- 
ton of Hamilton, 
Waikato, New 
Zealand, son of 
W. Castleton of 
Epsom, Auckland. 



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Kathleen Emily, 
born at Whan- 
garei 4 October 
1878, baptised 
there ; married 
at Whangarei 
I April 1899, 
Robert Dick- 
inson Duxfield 
of Ngaruawahia, 
Waikato. 

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Florence Mary, bom at Whan- 
garei 24 March 1880, bapt. 
there ; marr. at Devonport, 
Auckland, 7 October 1908, 
Thomas Hetherington of 
Cloudlands, Ruarangi, Man- 
gapai, New Zealand, son of 
John Hetherington of co. 
Cumberland, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Watson 
of Rotherhope, Alston. 

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Frank Lucas=j=Maud Mary, 

Cubitt of Mai- dau. of Ben- 

vern, Waikino, jamin Hall ; 

Thames, New married at 

Zealand; born Whangarei 

at Whangarei 4 August 

24 October 1902. 
1 88 1, bapt. 
there. 



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Margaret Elizabeth Lucas, 
born 5 July 1903. 

George Frank Lucas Cubitt, 
born 12 October 1904. 



Winifred Maud Lucas, 
born in 1905. 

Percy Bailey Lucas Cubitt, 
born in 1906. 



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Ronald Lucas Cubitt, 

died young. 

Frances Mary Lucas, 
born in igi i. 



I 
Lyttelton Lucas 

Cubitt, born in 

1912. 



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Elizabeth, youngest dau.= 
of Charles Weston of 
Thorpe, co. Norfolk, by 
Esther Anne his wife, 
sister to Sir James 
Smith, Botanist ; born 
1 6 October 1814; marr. 
at Thorpe (by the Rev. 
Benjamin Lucas Cubitt) 
II March 1844; died 
at Fairfield House, Old 
Charlton, co. Kent, on 
Monday, 7 August 1876, 
bur. at Old Charlton. 
Tencil drawing, by Wage- 
man, in the possession of 
her son, Captain Charles 
Percy Cubitt of Coltishall 
House, ist wife. 



=Lieut.-Colonel Edward George Cubitt, born 23 February, = 
bapt. privately 3 March 1814, received into the church 
at Catfield, co. Norfolk, 31 July 181 7; educated at 
Westminster School, admitted 13 June 1827; entered 
the Army as Ensign 73rd Foot (Royal Highlanders) 
9 December 1831, Lieutenant 28 April 1837, Paymaster 
7th (Queen's Own) Light Dragoons 16 February 1844, 
retired as Lieut. -Colonel ; died at Westwick House, 
Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, aged 73, on Sunday, i January 
1888, bur. in Earlham Cemetery, co. Norfolk. Will 
dated 25 February 1886, proved at Norwich 23 January 
1888, by Isabel Edith Cubitt, relict, Charles Percy 
Cubitt, Captain H.M. Army, Edward Neville Cubitt, 
sons, and Georgina Gertrude Cubitt, spinster, daughter, 
the Exors. 



=Isabel Edith, 
youngest dau. 
of the Rev. 
Godfrey Bird, 
Rector of Great 
Wigborough,co. 
Essex ; born 3 
August 1 844 ; 
marr. at St. 
Paul's, Old 

Charlton, on 
Saturday, 7 Jan- 
uary 1882. 2nd 
wife. 




Isabel Edith, born at Thorpe in 
1885 ; died in infancy, bur. in 
Earlham Cemetery. 



Charles Percy Cubitt of Coltishall House, co. Norfolk ; born at Thorpe= 
17 December 1844, bapt. there; educated at Wellington College and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 January 1864, B.A. 1867 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 29th Foot (Worcestershire Regiment) 
20 May 1868, Lieutenant 27 October 187 1, Captain South Yorkshire 
Regiment, Paymaster 6 November 1881, retired 6 February 1889. 



=Una Blanche, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel Thomas White 
of the 49th Foot, by Geor- 
gina Moody his wife ; bom 
at Waterford in 1854; marr. 
at the parish church, St. 
Helier, Jersey, on Tuesday, 
5 July 1881. 



Charles Foster (2nd son of Sir=j=Georgina Gertrude, 



William Foster, ist Baronet, by 
Mary Anne his wife, dau. of Star- 
ling Day of Norwich); born 12 
November 1828; J. P. for co. 
Suffolk ; died at Thorpe-next- 
Norwich, aged 77, 9 November 
1906, bur. at Thorpe. He married 
istly 18 May 1858, Charlotte, 3rd 
dau. of Captain George Wills, 
R.N.; she died in 1888. /|\ 



of 25 Park Lane, 
Southwold ; born 
31 March 1850; 
marr. in St. Luke's 
Chapel, Norwich 
Cathedral, on Tues- 
day, 18 November 
1890. 2nd wife. 



Edward Neville Cubitt= 
of White House, Stock, 
Ingatestone, co. Essex; 
born 24 June 1852, 
bapt. at Portobello, 
Edinburgh ; educated 
at Wellington College 
1866-70; Architect. 



=Fanny Cooper, 
dau. of Frederick 
Friend of WooUet 
Hall, North Cray, 
CO. Kent ; born 
25 June 1854; 
marr. at North 
Cray 27 July 1882. 




Arthur Lyttelton Cubitt, 
born at Whangarei, 
Auckland, New Zea- 
land, 9 December 1882, 
bapt. there; marr. at 
Ponsonby, Auckland, 
Evelyn Ellen Huddy of 
Dunedin, New Zealand. 

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Edward Randall 
Cubitt, born at 
Whangarei 26 De- 
cember 1883, bapt. 
there ; marr. at 
Hamilton, Wai- 
kato, New Zealand, 
in 1 9 II, Mabel 
Rust of Parnell, 
Auckland. 



Ethel Frances, born at Whan- 
garei 24 September 1885, bapt. 
there; marr. in Auckland City 
in 1 910, Joseph W. Hethering- 
ton of Cloudlands, Ruarangi, 
New Zealand, son of John 
Hetherington of co. Cum- 
berland, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Watson of 
Rotherhope, Alston. 



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Gladys Edith, born at 
hangarei 19 September 
1887, bapt. there. 



Percy Neville Cubitt, 
born at Whangarei 15 
April 1889, bapt. there; 
of the Department of 
Agriculture, Wellington, 
New Zealand. 



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(grater of Jlortf) ^tonefjam, to. Hants, 

Arms. — Per pale gules and azure three lions rampant guardant or. 
Cresl. — A demi-lion rampant guardant or. 
Motto. — Esse quam videri. 



Jacob Gater of Swaythling, co. Hants (3rd son= 
of John Gater of North Stoneham, co. Hants, 
by Sarah Hammond his wife) ; born at North 
Stoneham 25 June, bapt. there 18 September 
1766; died, aged 79, 22 July, bur. at South 
Stoneham, co. Hants, 29 July 1844. M.I. 
Will dated 2 December 1840, proved (P.C.C. 
38, 4s) 20 January 1845, by William Gater, one 
of the Exors. 



Charlotte, dau. of Geofge 
Mortimer Smith ; born in 
1772 ; marr. in London in 
1801 ; died at Swaythling 
Cottage, aged 76, 18 May, 
bur. at South Stoneham 
26 May 1848. M.I. 



Henry Ham- 
mond Gater, 
bapt. at North 
Stoneham 1 7 
March 1802 ; 
bur. at South 
Stoneham 10 
January 1805. 
M.I. 



William Gibbs of= 
Itchenor Park, co. 
Sussex (son of William 
Gibbs, by Catherine 
Hasler his wife) ; bapt. 
at West Itchenor 13 
November 1 79 1 ; died 
at 45 Park Crescent, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
on Sunday, 19 July 
1874, bur. in the 
cemetery at Brighton. 



Charlotte, born in August 1803, 
bapt. at North Stoneham 1 1 
April 1804; marr. there 7 No- 
vember 1822 ; died at 45 Park 
Crescent, Brighton, aged 71, 
on Friday, 23 April 1875, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Brighton. \\'\&. dated 2 Oc- 
tober 1874, proved at Lewes 
23 June 1875, by Emily Hasler 
Gibbs, spinster, daughter, the 
sole Executrix. 



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Jacob Gater, born 26 
December 1804, bapt. 
at North Stoneham 25 
October 1805 ; died 
unmarried at Wilden, 
CO. Hants, aged 69, 
4 September, bur. at 
South Stoneham 10 
September 1874. M.I. 
Admon was granted 
at Winchester 16 Oc- 
tober 1874, to George 
Henry Gater, brother. 



George Henry Gater of Winslowe= 
House, Westend, co. Hants ; born 
at Swaythling 10 October 1806, 
bapt. at North Stoneham 7 January 
1807 ; died at VVinslowe House, 
aged 83, on Wednesday, 28 August, 
bur. at South Stoneham 2 Septem- 
ber 1889. Will dated 30 July 
1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 823, 89) 
10 October 1889, by Sarah Gater, 
relict, and William Henry Gater, 
son, two of the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of John Robert Cozens 
of Tetsworth, co. Oxford, J. P.; born 
10 November 1821; marr. at Upton 
Grey, co. Hants, 8 July 1847 ; 
died at Winslowe House, aged 68, 
on Monday, 18 November, bur. 
at South Stoneham 22 November 
1889. Adiiion (with will dated 19 
October i88g) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 255, 90) II March 1890, to 
Charlotte Gater, Florence Gater and 
Margaret Gater, spinsters, daughters. 



Sarah, born in March, 
bapt. at North Stone- 
ham 15 November 
1808; died unmarried 
at Elm House, Tower 
Street, Chichester, co. 
Sussex, aged 76, on 
\Vednesday, 22 Oc- 
tober, bur. at South 
Stoneham 27 October 
1884. M.I. 



Edith Marianne, 
bapt. at Westend 
26 December 
1849; died 20 
August, bur. at 
South Stoneham 
25 August 1851. 



Lieut.-Colonel George Turner, born 9 May 1833 ,- 
entered the Army as Ensign 12th Foot (East Suffolk) 
I May 185s, Lieutenant 3 November 1855, Captain 
I April 1870, Major (retired) 29 June 1878; received 
hon. rank of Lieut.-Colonel i July 1881 ; died at 45 St. 
Aubyn's, Hove, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 18 November 
1899. Admon (with will dated 14 July 1888) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 130, 1900) 11 January 1900, to 
Sarah Hammond Turner, relict. 



=Sarah Hammond, of 
55 Brunswick Ter- 
race, Hove ; born at 
Westend 17 Decem- 
ber 1850, bapt. there 
23 January 185 1 ; 
marr. at South Stone- 
ham 22 September 
1870. 



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Edward Gater, Caleb Hammond Gater of Townhill= 

bapt. at North Park and Hatch Grange, near South- 

Stoneham, co. ampton ; born 25 June 1810, bapt. 

Hants, 17 Jan- at North Stoneham 5 June iSii; 

uary, bur. at Lord of the Manor of Shamblehurst; 

South Stoneham died at Townhill Park, aged 61, on 

10 September Wednesday, 2 August, bur. at South 

1810. M.I. Stoneham 9 August 187 1. Will dated 

14 April 187 1, proved at Winchester 

13 October 187 1, by Sarah Gater, 

relict, William Bracher Gater, Thomas 

Warner and Charles Warner, the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of James Warner of 
Botley, CO. Hants, by Eleanor Char- 
lotte Reid his wife ; born 8 March, 
bapt. at Botley Old Church 8 Sep- 
tember 1822 ; marr. at Droxford, 
CO. Hants, 12 November 1845; ^'^^ 
at Southampton 26 February, bur. at 
South Stoneham 4 March 19 10. Will 
dated 15 March 1906, with codicil of 
same date, proved at Winchester 23 
March 19 10, by Caleb William Gater 
and George Shedden, the Exors. 



Edward Henry Gater, 
born 1 2 October, bapt. 
at North Stoneham 
November 1846; 



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died, aged 4 years 
and 6 months, bur. 
at South Stoneham 8 
May 1 85 1. 



Frederick William 
Gater, born 9 May, 
bapt. at North Stone- 
ham 25 June 1848 ; 
died, aged 3, bur. 
at South Stoneham 
3 May 185 1. 



Thomas Newton of= 
West Huntingdon 
Hall, York (son of 
D. P. Newton of 
Knaresborough, co. 
York) ; bom at 
Knaresborough 



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=Eleanor Charlotte, born at 
Swaythling, co. Hants, 29 
August, bapt. at North 
Stoneham 1 8 October 1849; 
marr. at South Stoneham on 
Thursday, 11 April 1872; 
died 4 March 1891, bur. 
at Marwood, co. Devon. 



Benjamin Thomas Hewitt of St.= 
George's, Bishop's Waltham, co. 
Hants (only son of Benjamin 
Bradley Hewitt of Bishop's 
Waltham) ; died at St. George's, 
Bishop's Waltham, aged 62, on 
Tuesday, 16 November, bur. at 
Bishop's Waltham on Saturday, 
20 November 1909. Will dated 
5 November 1909, proved at 
Winchester 21 December 1909, 
by Letitia Marianne Hewitt, 
daughter, spinster, Arthur Bet- 
tesworth Hewitt and Thomas 
Swinton Hewitt, sons, the Exors. 



=LouisaMarianne, 
born at Westend, 
CO. Hants, 13 
April, bapt. there 
18 May 1852; 
marr. at South 
Stoneham 1 1 
June 1877. 



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William Henry Gater= 
of Winslowe House, 
Westend ; bom at 
Westend 23 April, 
bapt. there 24 May 
1855 ; educated at 
Brighton College and 
at New College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 10 
October 1873, B.A. 
(ist Histor)') 1876; 
admitted a Solicitor 
(with honours) July 
1880; J. P. for CO. 
Hants 191 1. 



=Ada Mary, 5th dau. 
of Thomas Welch of 
Nutfield, CO. Surrey, 
and of 14 Lewes 
Crescent, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, by Sarah 
(The Rose of Har- 
mon) his wife, dau. 
of Frank Haines of 
Harmon; bom 14 
October 1859; marr. 
at St. Mark's, Brigh- 
ton, on Thursday, 
4 March 1886. 



George Henry Gater, born at Salisbury, co. Wilts, on 
Sunday, 26 December 1886, bapt. at Bemerton, co. Wilts, 
2 February 1887; educated at Twyford School, Winchester 
College, and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 11 
October 1905, B.A. (2nd History) 1909; Assistant Director 
of Education for the county of Nottingham. 



Ada Dorothy Stares, 
born at Salisbury on 
Sunday, 2 2 April, bapt. 
at Bemerton 29 May 
1888. 



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Dorothy Harriet, 
born in Septem- 
ber 1811, bapt. at 
North Stoneham 
CO. Hants, 5 July 
1812 ; died 23 
November 1827, 
bur. at South 
Stoneham. M.I. 



William Bracher Gater of Norton,= 
CO. Hants ; born at Swaythling, 
CO. Hants, bapt. at North Stone- 
ham 25 July 1813 ; died at 
Winchester, co. Hants, aged 74, 
on Saturday, 10 September 1887, 
bur. at Fareham, co. Hants. 
Adiiion was granted at Winchester 
2 December 1887, to Emma 
Laura Gater, relict. Further 
adiiion was granted 15 December 
1894, to Caleb William Gater. 



=Emnia Laura, 2nd dau. of James Fitchett 
Burrell of Belvoir House, Fareham, 
CO. Hants, and of Frimley Manor, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at the parish church, 
Fareham, 16 May 1850; died at Belvoir 
House, Fareham, aged 65, on Monday, 
5 March 1894, bur. at Fareham. Will 
dated 8 December 1892, proved at 
Winchester 12 June 1894, by Maurice 
Burrell, Graham Eden Shedden and 
Caleb William Gater, the Exors. 



Caleb William Gater of The Grange, Winter-= 
bourne Dauntsey, co. Wilts ; born at Westend, 
CO. Hants, 25 June, bapt. at South Stoneham 
26 August 1852 ; educated at King's College 
School, London ; Fellow of the Surveyors' 
Institute; J. P. for the City of Salisbury 1896. 




^^'inifred Beatrice, born at Oakley, 

Salisbury, 20 August, bapt. at 
St. Martin's, Salisbury, 4 October 
1882. 



^Beatrice Agnes, 3rd dau. 
of Charles Marsh Lee, 
Town Clerk of Salisbury, 
by Helen his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Chetwode ; 
born 3 June 1857, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Salisbury ; marr. at St. 
Edmund's, Salisbury, on 
Thursday, 20 October 
1881. 



Laura Marianne, 
born at Westend 
i4February,bapt. 
at South Stone- 
ham 2 May 1854. 



Cyril Edward Hammond Gater, born at 
Oakley on Sunday, 3 October, bapt. at 
St. Martin's, Salisbury, 23 November 1886 ; 
educated at Sherborne 1900-1905. 



Charlotte, born at 
Westend 12 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 
i9Februaryi857; 
died at Elvirigton 
Court, Eythorne, 
CO. Kent, on Fri- 
day, I s January 
1904, bur. at 
Eythorne. 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles Hely of Woodstock,= 
CO. Waterford (3rd son of Charles Hely of 
Foulkscourt, co. Kilkenny, by Selina his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Mungo Noble 
Thompson, Rector of Templetoohey, co. 
Tipperary); born 9 October 1844; entered 
the Army as Ensign 12th Foot (East 
Suffolk) 8 September 1863, Lieutenant 
4 April 1868, Captain 3 April 1878, Major 
14 April 1883, retired as Lieut.-Colonel 
17 August 1887; died at Woodstock, 
Cappoquin, co. Waterford, 2 March 1898, 
bur. at JohnstONTO Church, co. Kilkenny. 



=Ada Emma, born at Winslowe 
House, Westend, 27 October, 
bapt. there 31 December 1S5S; 
marr. at Westend on Thursday, 
3 July 1879 ; marr. 2ndly at 
St. Jude's, Kensington, Lon- 
don, 12 April 1907, William 
Algernon Fuller of Pandlydw, 
Machynlleth, co. Montgomery 
(youngest son of General 
Charles Bowdler Fuller, 
R.H.A.) ; born at Mhow, India. 



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George Henry Stares of VVintershill House,= 
Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants (son of William 
Stares) ; died at Wintershill House, aged 64, 
on Thursday, 6 April 1865, bur. at Bishop's 
Waltham. Will dated 28 October 186 1, 
with codicil dated 30 March 1864, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 417. 65) 8 June 1865, by 
Marianne Stares, relict, Caleb Hammond 
Gater, William Bracher Gater and Benjamin 
Bradley Hewitt, gent., the Exors. 



=Marianne, born at Swaythling, co. Hants, bapt. 
at North Stoneham, co. Hants, 19 March 
181 6; marr. there 5 February 1840; died at 
Wintershill House, aged 72, on Monday, 30 
April 1S88, bur. at Bishop's Waltham. Will 
dated 18 May 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
679, 88) 10 July 1888, by Caleb William Gater 
and William Henry Gater, nephews, and 
Benjamin Thomas Hewitt, the surviving Exors. 



George Shedden of Spring Hill,=T=Alice Sarah, 
East Cowes, Isle of Wight, Paulers born at West- 
Pury Park, co. Northampton, and of end,co.Hants, 
Hardmead, co. Buckingham (eldest 31 December 
son of Roscovv Cole Shedden of 1855, bapt. at 
.Millfield House, East Cowes, by South Stone- 
Charlotte Joanna his wife, eldest ham 13 March 
dau. of James Fitchett Burrell of 1856 ; marr. 
Belvoir House, Fareham, co. Hants); at St. Peter's, 
born at Fairlee Cottage, Isle of Southampton, 
Wight, on Monday, 27 October, on Thursday, 
bapt. at Whippingham, Isle of 7 October 
Wight, 27 December 1856; of 1880. 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated in 1876, B.A. 1881 ; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 9 November 
1878, called to the Bar 17 November 
1883; J. P. for CO. Hants; Lord of 
the Manors of Paulers Pury and 
Hardmead. /K 



Edward Gater of 
Moosomin, North-West 
Territory, Canada ; 
bom at Westend 18 
November 1857, bapt. 
at South Stoneham 
3 February 1858 ; 
educated at King's 
College School, Lon- 
don ; died at South- 
ampton, aged 37, on 
Tuesday, 16 April 
1895, bur. there. Will 
dated 28 June 1883, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 85 2, 
95) s July 189s, by 
Caleb William Gater, 
one of the Exors. 



Lucy Mary, born 
at Townhill Park, 
CO. Hants, 30 
August, bapt. at 
South Stoneham 
17 October 1859; 
died at Southamp- 
ton 4 October 
1906, bur. there. 
Will dated 2 July 
1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1605, 
1906) 31 De- 
cember 1906, by 
Caleb William 
Gater, brother, 
the sole Exor. 



(See Pedigree of Shedden, Vol. 11, 
page 29.) 



George Beresford Poer= 
of Atlantic Lodge, 
Ardmore, co. Waterford 
(eldest son of Samuel 
Beresford Peer of Belle- 
ville Park, CO. Water- 
ford, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. John 
Burke Wallace) ; born 
at the Rectory, Ard- 
more, 4 April 1867, bapt. 
at Ardmore ; educated 
at Skryne College, co. 
Meath. 



^Florence, born Graham Eden Shedden of Knock-= 

at Westend 19 marloch, co. Ayr, Millfield House, 

February,bapt. East Cowes, Isle of Wight, and of 

there 5 April Elvington Court, Eythorne, co. 

i860 ; marr. Kent (youngest son of Roscow Cole 

at All Saints', Shedden of Millfield House, &c., 

Branksome,co. by Charlotte Joanna his wife, 

Dorset, on eldest dau. of James Fitchett Burrell 

Wednesday, 29 of Belvoir House, Fareham); born 

April 1 89 1. at Millfield House on Sunday, 6 

November, bapt. at St. James', East 

Cowes, 5 December 1859; formerly 

Captain Hants Yeomanry Cavalry. 



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=Margaret, born 
at Westend 4 
February 1862, 
bapt. there pri- 
vately the same 
day ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Fare- 
ham, onWednes- 
day, 30 March 
1892. 



/N 



{See Pedigree of Shedden, Vol. 11, 
page 31) 



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ASHCOMBE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Chequy or and gules on a 
pile argent issuing from the chief a lion's head erased sable. 

Crest. — In front of a Doric column proper two falchions in saltire 
argent pomels and hilts or. 

Supporters. — On the dexter side a figure habited as a stonemason 
holding in the exterior hand a mallet all proper ; on the 
sinister side a figure habited as a carpenter proper holding in 
the exterior hand a pair of compasses or. 

Motto. — Felix qui prudens. 



a^l^combe. 



Jonathan Cubitt of London, formerly of Buxton, 
CO. Norfolk (2nd son of William Cubitt, by Mary 
Hall his wife); married Agnes Scarlett; died in 1806. 



Mary Agnes, Thomas Cubitt of Denbies, Dorking, and of Clapham' 

born in 1786; Park, both co. Surrey; born at Buxton 25 February 

married in 1788; Builder of the London Institution, Finsbury 

1807, Andrew Circus (1815-19), Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 

Cuthell ; she East Front of Buckingham Palace; Associate Member 

died in 1812. of the Institution of Civil Engineers 1839; died at 

=^ Denbies, Dorking, aged 67, on Thursday, 20 December 

/K 1855, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. Will 

dated 1 August 1855, with four codicils dated 27 

October 1855, 2 December 1855 (two), and 8 December 1855, proved 

(P.C.C. 13, 56) 10 January 1856, by Mary Anne Cubitt, relict, 

George Cubitt, son, and Andrew Cuthell, nephew, the Exors. 

Portrait by Henry William Fickersgill, R.A., at Denbies, in the 

possession of Colonel the Hon'''' Henry Cubitt, his grandson. 



=j=Mary Anne, dau. of 
Samuel Warner; marr. 
in 1819 ; died at 
Denbies, Dorking, aged 
78, on Friday, 19 No- 
vember 1 880, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery. 
Will dated 5 January 
1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 16, 81) 17 Jan- 
uary 1 88 1, by George 
Cubitt, son, one of the 
Exors. 



Anne, died unmarried 
at Denbies, Dorking, 
on Thursday, 28 Au- 
gust 1856, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery. 
Adiiion was granted 
(P.C.C.) 6 October 
1856, to George 
Cubitt, brother. 



Rev. Charles Parker (son of Thomas Parker= 
of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister -at- Law) ; 
educated at Grantham and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
26 June 1828, aged 18, B.A. 1835, M.A. 
1839; Vicar of Bodiam, co. Sussex, 1851 
until his death ; died at the Vicarage, 
Bodiam, aged 75, on Thursday, 9 April 
1885, bur. at Bodiam. Will dated 26 Sep- 
tember 1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 459, 85) 
16 May 1885, by Mary Parker, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Mary, marr. at the parish 
church, Clapham, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, i De- 
cember 1846; died at 49 
Warwick Square, London, 
aged 68, on Sunday, 22 
June 1890, bur. at Bodiam. 
Will dated 12 May 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 714, 
90) 24 July 1890, by 
George Cubitt, brother, 
the sole Exor. 



George Cubitt, Baron Ashcombe, P.C. ; born at CIapham= 
Common 4 June 1828, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London; of Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pen- 
sioner 18 April 1847, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854; J. P., D.L., 
and County Alderman for co. Surrey, and D.L. for co. 
Middlesex ; M.P. for West Surrey 1860-85, and for 
Mid-Surrey (or Epsom division) December 1885 to June 
1892 ; 2nd Church Estates Commissioner February 1874 
to March 1879; Member of Council of Selwyn College 
1887; Chairman of House of Laymen, Province of 
Canterbury, 1895 to 1905; Chairman of Governors of 
South-Eastern Agricultural College ; Hon. Colonel 5th 
Battalion Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment 23 June 
1894; sworn a Privy Councillor 24 March 1880; raised 
to the Peerage as Baron Ashcombe of Dorking, co. 
Surrey, and of Bodiam Castle, co. Sussex, in the Peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 22 August 1892. 



=Laura, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
James Joyce, Vicar of Dorking, by 
Sarah Brakspear his wife, of Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. Oxford ; born 1 3 
August 1826; marr. at the parish 
church, Dorking (by the Rev. 
William Henry Joyce), on Tues- 
day, 14 June 1853; died at 17 
Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, 
aged 77, on Thursday, 7 July 1904, 
bur. at Ranmore, co. Surrey. 
Adriion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 2 August 1904, to George, 
Baron Ashcombe, husband. 



William Cubitt of Penton Lodge, Andover, co. Hants, and of Bedford Hill,= 
Balham, co. Surrey; bom at Buxton, co. Norfolk, in 1791; sometime in the 
Royal Navy and afterwards a Builder ; Associate Member of the Institution 
of Civil Engineers 22 January 1833, Member of Council 1842-43; one of 
the Committee appointed by Queen Victoria to determine the form the 
memorial to Prince Consort should assume; M.P. for Andover 29 July 
1847 to July 1861 and 17 December 1862 until death; Sheriff of London 
and Middlesex 1847-49, Alderman of Langbourn Ward 1851 to January 
1863; J. P. for the counties of Middlesex, Surrey and Hants, and D.L. 
for the latter county in 1848; Lord Mayor of London 1860-61 and 
1861-62; President of St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1861-63; Prime Warden 
of Fishmongers' Company 1863; died at Penton Lodge, near Andover, 
aged 72, on Wednesday, 28 October, bur. 2 November 1863. Will dated 
23 October 1863, with codicil dated 24 October 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 
692, 63) 5 December 1863, by Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe, M.D., John 
Humphery and William Henry Humphery, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Scarlett of co. 
Norfolk ; marr. 
in 1814 ; died at 
Penton Lodge, 
Andover, aged 
62, on Tuesday, 
24januaryi854. 



Eliza, died at Penton Lodge, Andover, 
on Saturday, 14 July 1855. Adiiion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 6 November 1855, 
to William Cubitt, father. 



Thomas Cubitt, of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1838, admitted Pensioner of Trinity 
College 29 January 1839, Scholar 1841; died 
unmarried at Cambridge, aged 21, on Thursday, 
4 November 1841. 



Edgar Alfred Bowring, C.B. (4th son of Sir John Bowring of=f=Sophia, born at Clapham, co. 



Claremont, co. Devon, LL.D., by Maria his ist wife, 3rd and 
youngest dau. of Samuel Lewin of Hackney, co. Middlesex) ; 
born at Hackney 26 May 1826, bapt. at i Queen's Square, 
Westminster, 8 October 1840; entered the Board of Trade in 
1843 ; Secretary to Lord Granville and one of the secretaries to 
the Great Exhibition of 1851; M.P. for Exeter 1875-80; created 
C.B. 24 January 1862 ; published the following translations from 
the German: "Poems of Goethe," 1853, "Poems of Schiller," 
and "Poems of Heine," 1859, and "The Book of Psalms," 
1858; died, aged 85, on Tuesday, 8 August 1911, bur. at 
Churchdown, co. Gloucester. Will dated 19 July 1875, with 
codicil dated 21 October 1880, proved in the Principal Registry 
13 October 191 1, by the Rev. Edgar Francis Bowring and 
Algernon Cunliffe Bowring, two of the Exors. He married 
2ndly Ellen, dau. of Lewis Cubitt, by Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Henry Edward Kendall, 



Surrey, 27 June 1830, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London ; marr. at the parish 
church, Clapham (by her 
brother-in-law, the Rev. 
Charles Parker), on Thurs- 
day, 12 May 1853; died at 
Larkbeare Lodge, Clapham 
Park, aged 27, on Friday, 4 
September, bur. at Bodiam, 
CO. Sussex, 9 September 1857. 
Will proved in the Principal 
Registry i March 1858, by 
Edgar Alfred Bowring, one 
of the Exors. 1st wife. 



A\ 



{See Pedigree of Boivring, Vol. 6, page 5.) 



Geoffrey George Cubitt, born at Dorking, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 31 May 1854 ; died at Dorking, aged 
I year, on Wednesday, 6 June 1855, bur. at Bodiam, 
CO. Sussex. 



Helen Laura, of Lyncourt, Torquay, co. 
Devon ; born at Denbies, Dorking, on 
Saturday, 3 November 1855, bapt. at 
Dorking. 



George Cu- 
bitt, bom in 
1793; lost 
at sea. 



Lewis Cubitt of Brighton, co. Sussex, and= 
of Talbot Square, Hyde Park, London ; 
born 29 September 1799; Architect of 
the Great Northern Railway Terminus, 
King's Cross, London ; died at 5 Lewes 
Crescent, Brighton, aged 83, on Saturday, 
9 June 1883, bur. at Brighton. Will dated 30 November 
1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 585, 83) 6 July 1883, by 
Algernon Cunliffe Bovvring, grandson, and the Rev. 
Henry Edward Willington, the Exors. 



=Sophia, dau. of Henry Edward 
Kendall of Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, 
London ; marr. at Brighton 23 
January 1830; died at 8 Talbot 
Square, Hyde Park, London, aged 
68, on Monday, 17 February 1879, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 



Edgar Alfred Bowring, C.B., 4th son of Sir John=f=Ellen, born 4 February 1833 ; marr. at 



Bowring of Claremont, co. Devon, LL.D., F.R.S., 
by Maria his ist wife, 3rd- and youngest dau. of 
Samuel Lewin of Hackney, co. Middlesex (see 
previous page). /t\ 



St. Mary Magdalen's, Munster Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 17 December 1858. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe of Paris, M.D. (son of Joseph Olliffe of Cork) ;=f= Laura, marr. at St. 



born at Cork in 1808; educated at University of Paris, M.A. 1829, 
M.D. 1840; F.R.C.P. 1859; Physician to the British Embassy at Paris 
March 1852 ; President of Paris Medical Society; Fellow of Anatomical 
Society of Paris; Knight of the Legion of Honour 1846, Officer 1855; 
took part with Count de Morny in unremunerative building operations 
at Deauville, near Trouville ; knighted at Buckingham Palace 13 June 
1853; died at 12 Chichester Terrace, Brighton, aged 61, on Sunday, 14 
March 1869. Will dated 4 February 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 279, 69) 
7 April 1869, by Dame Laura Olliffe, relict, one of the Exors. 



Pancras', London, 
on Monday, 1 9 
March 1841, the 
ceremony having 
been previously 
performed accord- 
ing to the rites of 
the Roman Catholic 
Church. 



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Fanny, died, aged 
II, 8 April 1843, 
buried in Nor- 
wood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey. 



William Cubitt of Fallapit House, East Allington, co. Devon ; entered 
the Army as Ensign 60th Rifles 15 October 1852, Lieutenant 23 March 
1855 ; J. P. for CO. Devon ; died at 17 Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, 
aged 57, on Friday, 23 October 1891, bur. at East Allington. Will 
dated 17 March 1884, with codicil dated 14 March 1888, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 142, 91) I December 1891, by George Cubitt, brother, and John 
Hopgood, the Exors. 



Rev. Edward Arthur Chichester (eldest son of the= 
Rev. George Vaughan Chichester, Rector of 
Wootton, CO. Surrey [brother of William, ist Baron 
O'Neill], by Harriet Eleanor his \vife, dau. of Hugh 
Lyle of Knocktarna, co. Antrim) ; born 23 February 
1849, bapt. at Kildollagh, co. Antrim ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1868, B.A. 1S73, M.A. 1884; Vicar of Okewood, 
CO. Surrey, 1877-85, and of Dorking, co. Surrey, 
1885, Rural Dean of Dorking, 1891, Hon. Canon 
of Winchester 1906. yt\ 



=Mary Agnes, born 
at Denbies, Dork- 
ing, CO. Surrey, on 
Monday, 7 Decem- 
ber 1857, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Dorking ; marr. at 
Ranmore, co. Sur- 
rey, on Wednesday, 
23 April 1884. 



Thomas Edmund 
Wilfred Cubitt, born 
at Denbies, Dorking, 
on Friday, 5 August 
1859, bapt. at Ran- 
more; died at 25 
Eccleston Square, 
London, aged 5, 
on Wednesday, 17 
May 1865, bur. at 
Ranmore. 



5-' 



Lewis Cubitt of Ore House, Hastings, co. Sussex ;= 
born 5 December 1835; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 95th Foot (The Derbyshire) 30 November 
1855, Lieutenant 26th Foot (The Cameronians) 16 
December 1859, Captain (retired); died at Ore 
House, aged 37, on Wednesday, 20 November 1872, 
bur. in Ore Cemetery. Will dated 30 August 1872, 
with codicil dated 10 October 1872, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 752, 72) 14 December 1872, by Charlotte 
Anne Cubitt, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Charlotte Anne, 2nd dau. of Robert 
William Kennard of Theobalds, co. 
Hertford, M.P., J. P. and D.L., by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. of Thomas Challis, 
M.P. ; bom at Dartford, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 12 May 1836; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London (by her 
brother, the Rev. Robert Bruce Kennard, 
assisted by the Rev. Charles Cubitt), on 
Wednesday, 31 March 1869. 



Thomas Riccardi-Cubitt, Count Riccardi-Cubitt= 
of the Kingdom of Italy, of Eden Hall, Eden- 
bridge, CO. Kent ; born at Malvern Wells, co. 
Worcester, on Sunday, 8 May 1870 ; educated 
at Eton and at Merton College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 October 1889, B.A. 1893; created 
a Count by the King of Italy 27 May 1904; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 10 December 
1904, the additional name of Riccardi, and 
obtained permission to bear the Italian title in 
this country by Royal Warrant 16 December 
1905- 



=Fede Maria, Countess Riccardi, only sur\iving 
child of Adolfo, Count Riccardi of Vercelli, 
Piedmont, Colonel in the Italian Army and 
Hon. A.D.C. to the King of Italy, by Aimee 
his wife, dau. of John Lang ; married by 
Cardinal Bansa, Archbishop of Florence, at 
his private chapel, on Thursday, 23 November 
1893; created Countess by a special Royal 
Decree of Anticipation 3 May 1904, with 
remainder to the male issue of her marriage. 




l^it^ 



Vera Alicia Maria, born 
at Eden Hall, Eden- 
bridge, on Monday, 10 
September 1894, bapt. 
at St. Augustine's, Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO, Kent. 



Charles Cyril Riccardi- 
Cubitt, born at Florence, 
Italy, on Tuesday, 28 
January 1896, bapt. at 
the Baptistry of the 
Duomo, Florence. 



Theodora Fede Maria, 
born at 2 Third Avenue, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 8 June 1897, 
bapt. at the Church 
of the Sacred Heart, 
Brighton. 



Monica Yolanda, 
born at Eden Hall, 
Edenbridge, 10 
July 1901, bapt. in 
the private chapel, 
Eden Hall. 



Rosa, died at Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 July 1882. 



Lucy, died unmarried at Grayswood Beeches, Haslemere, co. Surrey, aged 63, on Tuesday, 
22 August 1898, bur. at Ranmore, co. Surrey. Will dated 4 December 1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 107, 98) 3 October 1898, by George, Baron Ashcombe, brother, and the Rev. Edgar 
Francis Bowring, the Exors. 



Richard Anthony Fuller-Maitland of 38 Hans Place,^Adelaide Laura, born at 25 Eccleston 



London, F.R.G.S. (son of Thomas Fuller-Maitland of 
Garth, co. Brecon, and Wargrave Hall, co. Berks) ; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 
1877, aged 20, B.A. 1882. 

S3 



Square, London, on Thursday, 21 
February 1861 ; marr. at Ranmore on 
Tuesday, 20 October 1891. 



Munster Square, 

Regent's Park, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 
31 October 1855. 
She married 2ndly at 
All Saints', Padding- 
ton, London, 4 July 
1872, the Rev. Henry 
Edward Willington. 



Colonel Henry Charles Cunliffe Owen, C.B. (eldest son of Captain=5=Agnes, married at 
Charles Cunliffe Owen, R.N., by Mary his wife, dau. of Sir Henry St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Blosset, Chief Justice of Bengal); born at Lausanne, Switzerland, 16 
October 1821; educated at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich; 
entered the Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant 19 March 1839, Lieu- 
tenant 1841, Captain 1847, Major 1855, Lieut.-Colonel 1856, Colonel in 
the Army 22 November 186 1 ; Assistant Inspector-General of Fortifications 
at the War Office 1855, Deputy Inspector-General April 1856 to August 
i860 ; commanded Royal Engineers at Devonport August i860 until his 
death; served in the Boer War 1845, the Kaffir War 1846-47 (medal), 
and the Crimea 1855 (losing a leg before Sebastopol awarded pension 
of ;/^ioo per annum, mentioned in despatches by Lord Raglan, medal 
with clasp, an Officer of the Legion of Honour, 5th-class Medjidie, 
Turkish war medal); C.B. 4 February 1856; Associate Member of 
the Institution of Civil Engineers 3 February 1852; a founder of the 

English Church Union i860; Computor of Space for the United Kingdom at the Great 
Exhibition 185 1, then Superintendent of the foreign departments, finally Superintendent 
of the Exhibition ; Inspector of Art Schools in the department of practical art at Marlborough 
House 1851-54; died at 3 Leigham Terrace, Plymouth, co. Devon, 7 March 1867, bur. in 
the cemetery at Plymouth. Memorial Window in the chancel of St. James', Plymouth. 
Will dated 19 March 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 280, 67) 27 April 1867, by Agnes Cunliffe 
Owen, relict, Francis Philip Cunliffe Owen, brother, and Lewis Cubitt, the Exors. Sepia 
Drawing, as a child, and life-size Medallion by Francis Adams, in the possession of his son, 
Edward Cunliffe-Owen, C.M.G. /f\ 



John Humphery (eldest son of John Humphery of Battersea Rise and of=f=Emma, marr. at 



Clapham Common, both co. Surrey, M.P. for Southwark, and Lord Mayor 
of London 1842-43, by Mary his ist wife, dau. of William Burgess); 
born 8 July 1825 ; died at 2 The Cedars, Clapham, aged 43, on Sunday, 
27 December 1868. Will dated 3 April 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 31, 69) 
II January 1869, by Sir William Henry Humphery, Baronet, brother, 
Henry John Philip Dumas and Arthur Jackson, the Exors. /^ 



the parish church, 
Streatham, co. 
Surrey, on Tues- 
day, 5 October 
1847. 



Caroline, died, aged 8, 14 July 1845, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. 



Arthura, died, aged 2, 10 April 
1843, bur. in Norwood Cemetery. 



George William Tallents of 49 Warwick Square and of 4 Stone=p Mildred Sophia, born at 



Buildmgs, Lincoln's Inn, London (4th son of Godfrey Tallents of 
Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham) ; born at Newark on Friday, 
26 September 1856; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 20 
October 1875, Exhibitioner 1874-80, B.A. 188,; a Student of 
Lmcoln's Inn i April 1878, called to the Bar 26 January 1882 ; 
Mayor of Westminster 1906- 1907. 



Denbies, Dorking, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 25 
January 1863; marr. at 
Ranmore, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 4 October 1883. 



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Sir William Henry Humphery of Penton Lodge, Andover, co. Hants, Baronet,=Maria, married 
K.C.B. (2nd son of John Humphery of Battersea Rise and of Clapham at the parish 
Common, both co. Surrey, M.P. for Southwark and Lord Mayor of London church, Streat- 
1842-43, by Mary his ist wife, dau. of William Burgess); born 25 March ham, co. Surrey, 
1827; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 29 April 1846, B.A. 1850, on Tuesday, 2 
M.A. 1853 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 16 November 1849, called to the July 1850; died 
Bar 17 November 1852; Standing Counsel for Irish Society; M.P. for s.p. at 84 Picca- 
Andover 1863-67; created a Baronet 10 December 1868; High Sheriff for dilly, London, 
Southampton 1873, J.P. for co. Hants; Hon. Colonel ist Volunteer Battalion on Saturday, 17 
Hampshire Regiment and Brigadier-General Portsmouth Volunteer Brigade July 1897. 
(V.D.); K.C.B. 10 May 1892 ; died at 23 Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 31 March, bur. at Great Brington, co. Northampton, 
on Saturday, 3 April 1909. Memorial service at St. Mary's, Bourdon Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, the same day. Will dated 3 December 1908, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1270, 1909) 5 August 1909, by Dame Mary Catherine 
Humphery and Arthur Edward Savill, the Exors. He married zndly at the 
Temple Church, London, on Saturday, 6 August 1898, Mary Catherine, dau. 
of Sir Edward Hall Alderson, Baron of the Exchequer. 



Rev. Charles Cubitt, of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated= 
Michaelmas Term, i860, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Great 
Bourton, co. Oxford; died s.p. at 16 Lewes Crescent, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 49, on Tuesday, 22 September 1891, bur. at Brighton. 
Will dated 13 November 1879, with three codicils dated 15 June 1881, 
24 October 1885 and 19 April 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 1071, 91) 
10 November 1891, by George Cubitt, brother, the surviving Exor. 



=Alicia Matilda, younger 
dau. of Charles Joseph 
Trueman of Oakwell in 
the Blean, co. Kent ; 
marr. at Blean on Tues- 
day, 25 October 1870. 



Mabel Georgina, bom at 
Denbies, Dorking, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 2 1 
September 1864; died at 
Worthing, co. Sussex, 
aged I year, on Sunday, 
5 November 1865, bur. 
at Ranmore, co. Surrey. 



Colonel Henry Cubitt of Denbies, Dorking,= 
CO. Surrey, and of 20 Prince's Gate, Kensing- 
ton, London, C.B.; bom at 17 Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, on Thursday, 14 March, bapt. at 
All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, London, 
I May 1867; educated at Eton and at 



Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1886, B.A. 1889, M.A. 
1893; Captain 2nd Volunteer Battalion (The 
Queen's) Royal West Surrey Regiment 1890, 
Major 1901, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Surrey Imperial Yeomanry 
30 April 1901, Hon. Colonel 1906; M.P. for the Reigate Division of 
CO. Surrey 1892-1906; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Surrey 1905; President 
of the Surrey Territorial Force Association 1 908, Territorial Decoration 
1909; J.P. and D.L. for co. Surrey; created C.B. on the occasion of 
the Coronation of H.M. King George V. 22 June 191 1. 



=Maud Mariamne, 
younger daughter of 
Colonel Archibald 
Motteux Calvert, 
R.A., of Ockley 
Court, CO. Surrey, by 
Constance his wife, 
3rd dau. of William 
Peters of Betchworth 
Park, CO. Surrey ; 
bom at Charlton, 
CO. Kent, in 1865 ; 
marr. at Ockley on 
Thursday, 2 1 August 
1890. 



Henry Archibald Cubitt, born at 17 Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, on Sunday, 3 January 
1892, bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, London; educated at Eton and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst; 2nd Lieutenant Coldstream Guards i February 191 1. 



55 



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William Archibald Calvert of Old House, Coolham, co. Sussex=i=Beatrice Hayward, bom 
(elder son of Colonel Archibald Motteux Calvert R.A., of Ockley at Denbies, Dorking, on 
Court, by Constance his wife, 3rd dau. of William Peters of 
Betchworth Park); born at Little Coombe, Charlton, on Wednesday, 
19 February 1868; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1886, B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893; J. P. for co. Surrey. 



Sunday, 4 October 1868 ; 
marr. at Ranmore, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 
8 April 1 89 1. 



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Alick George Cubitt, born at 17 Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 16 January 
1894, bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London : educated at Eton. 



William Hugh Cubitt, born at 20 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, on Saturday, 30 May 1896, 
bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London ; educated at Eton. 



Roland Calvert Cubitt, born 
at 20 Prince's Gate, Ken- 
sington, on Thursday, 26 
January 1899, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London. 



Archibald Edward Cubitt, 
born at 20 Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, on Wednesday, 
16 January 1901, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
London. 



Charles Guy Cubitt, born at 
20 Prince's Gate, Kensington, 
on Friday, 13 February 1903, 
bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, London. 



Cl^^etrTuM^ 



-.6 




^asstnebam of Henlitor, 
CO, iKlerionetj), of ||eIston, 
ro, CorntDall, anli of ^eston, 
to. iiEiDtilesej:, 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Quarterly : ist and 4th, 
Gules on a chevron ermine between 
three lions rampant erminois as 
many red roses barbed and seeded 
proper, Passingham ; 2nd and 
3rd, Argent on a chevron gules 
three fleur-de-lis erminois, Lloyd. 

Crest. — A demi-lion per fess 
embattled or and gules charged 
with two roses in pale counter- 
changed in the dexter paw a sword 
erect proper pommel and hilt or. 



Colonel Jonathan Passingham of Hendwr,= 
CO. Merioneth, and of Bonython House, 
Helston, co. Cornwall, son of Robert 
Passingham of Heston, co. Middlesex, 
by Elizabeth his wife, only child of 
Giwn Lloyd of Hendwr and Tyfos, co. 
Merioneth [and brother of Lieut.-Colonel 
Robert Passingham of Tyfos, and of 
Enfield, co. Middlesex, see page 6j\ ; 
Ensign 37th Foot 28 April 1778, Lieu- 
tenant 1781, Captain 38th Foot 1785; 
served as an Ensign in America in 1781 ; 
Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Cornwall 
Loyal Meneage Volunteers 30 June 1803, 
Colonel 5th Cornwall Militia ; High 
Sheriff for co. Merioneth 1801, D.L. for 
CO. Cornwall ; died at Bonython House, 
Helston, aged 72, 17 August 1835, bur. 
at Helston. ]\LL AVill dated 3 Februar}' 
1820, with codicil dated 11 August 1835, 
proved at Bodmin 26 November 1835, by 
Prudence Passingham, relict. Miniature 
in the possession of his great grand- 
daughter, Mrs. Armitage of TTie Green 
Hills, Tilford, co. Surrey. 



/-^^ ^ jLya^-/n^A^^ 



■Prudence, 2nd dau. of 
Tremenheere Johns of 
Helston, by Prudence 
his wife ; bapt. at Hel- 
ston 5 March 1765 ; 
marr. there by licence 
3 May 1789; died, 
aged 74, 13 March 
1840, bur. at Helston. 
M.L Will dated 
2 1 December 1838, 
proved at Bodmin 15 
July 1840, by Au- 
gustus Robert Lloyd 
Passingham, Jona- 
than Passingham and 
Francis Passingham, 
sons. Miniature in 
the possession of her 
great grand-daughter, 
Mrs. Armitage. 



^^^^?9^-, 



(y^/^cf^CL^ /C^t^^^^c^y^y^^z^ 



Captain James Agnew Stephens, R.N. ; entered the Royal= 
Navy 9 August 1803, wounded in the following month in 
an attack upon the town of Granville, Midshipman June 
1806, Lieutenant 7 July 1812, Commander 4 May 1842, 
Captain 30 November 1850; contributed to the capture of 
the Turkish man-of-war, " Badere Zaffer," in the Mediter- 
ranean 5 July 1808; wounded and taken prisoner by the 
French 2 February 1809, whilst carrying despatches to 
Rear- Admiral George Martin at Palermo ; died at Clifton 
Villas, St. Saviour's, Jersey, aged 75, 2 February 1867. 
Will dated 18 February 1858, with two codicils dated 
29 August i860 and 28 November 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 218, 67) 25 March 1867, by Mary Ellis Stephens, 
relict. He married 2ndly Mary Ellis. 



=Louisa Lloyd, 
married circa 
181 6; died at 
Holyhead, co. 
Anglesey, aged 
28, 2 May 
181 8, buried 
there. 



Elizabeth, born 
in 1794; died 
in 1852. She 
married at Ken- 
wyn, CO. Corn- 
wall, 10 June 
1845, George 
Dennis John of 
Keinydwy. 



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Augustus Robert Lloyd Passingham= 
of Penmere, Falmouth, and of 
Bonython House, Helston, co. Corn- 
wall ; born at Truro, co. Cornwall, 
in 1795; educated at the Royal 
Naval College, Portsmouth, Novem- 
ber 1808-11 ; Midshipman 1811, 
Acting Lieutenant "Satellite" 1816, 
Acting Flag-Lieutenant and Master's 
Mate "Albion," 1817-1S, Lieutenant 
15 May 181 9; died at Falmouth 
8 February 1844, bur. there. M.L 
Will dated 16 May 1837, proved 
(RC.C. 44, 658) IS August 1844, by 
Augusta Passingham, relict, and Went- 
worth Parsons Cooke. Miniature 
in the possession of his great-niece, 
Mrs. Armitage. 



=Augusta, dau. of Lieut. -Colonel 
Robert Passingham of Tyfos, 
CO. Merioneth, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Ince of 
Christleton, co. Chester; born 25 
April 1800, bapt. at Heston, co. 
Middlesex, 5 April 1810; died 
at Falmouth, aged 67, 12 June 
1867, bur. there. M.I. Adiiion 
was granted at Bodmin 12 July 
1867, to Harriette Maria Slater, 
widow, daughter. Small water- 
colour portrait in the possession 
of her great -g7-andso7i, Walter 
Townshend Fletcher of Dorchester. 

{See page 64.) 



Henry Tremenheere 
Passingham, Mid- 
shipman Royal 
Navy ; died, aged 
18, 21 January 1816, 
bur. at Helston, co. 
Cornwall. M.L 



Harriet Johns, died 
at Carwythenack, co. 
Cornwall, aged 21, 
6 August 182 1. She 
married William 
Robinson Hill of 
Carwythenack. 



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Augustus Robert Townshend Passingham, born 4 February,= 
bapt. at Falmouth 21 February 1827; Ensign 29th Madras 
Native Infantry 12 October 1848, Lieutenant 1856, Captain 
in Army 20 January 1863; died at Secunderabad, India, 
3 July 1866, bur. there the next day. Will dated 30 
August 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 282, 67) 24 April 1867, 
by Henry Tremenheere Johns. Small water-colour portrait 
in the possession of his grandson, IValter Townshend 
Fletcher of Dorcliester. 



=Maria Moore, dau. of John 
Houlton Gunthorpe of the Madras 
Artillery ; marr. at St. John's, 
Trichonopoly, India, i December 
1853; died at Ashley Villas, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 20 March 1864, bur. 
at Bath. M.L Small water- 
colour portrait in the possession of 
her grandson, Waller Townsliend 
Fletcher of Dorchester. 



Walter John Fletcher of The Chantry, Wimborne Minster,=j= 
CO. Dorset (2nd son of the Rev. William Fletcher, D.D., 
by Jane Maria his ist wife, dau. of Joseph Bainbrigge of 
Derby) ; born at St. Peter's Hill, Derby, 1 1 December 
1842, bapt. at St. Peter's, Derby, 22 January 1843 ; formerly 
Captain Dorset Militia ; F.R.I.B.A.; Assoc. M. Inst. C.E.; 
County Surveyor 1874 ; died at Wyrley, Colehill, Wimborne 
Minster, 21 April, bur. in the cemetery at Wimborne 24 
April 1913. He married 2ndly at Tideswell, co. Derby, 
5 September 1901, Alice Vaughan, only surviving dau. of 
the Rev. John Waltham Fletcher {see Vol. j, page 80, and 
Addenda, Vol. g, page vi.) /^ 



■Augusta Franklyn, born at Vepery, 
Madras, 20 December 1854, bapt. 
there 25 January 1855 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Weymouth, co. Dorset 
(by the Rev. William Fletcher), 
on Thursday, 23 December 
1875 ; died at the Chantry, 
Wimborne Minster, aged 45, on 
Tuesday, 13 March, bur. at Wim- 
borne Minster 17 March 1900. 
ist wife. 



{See Pedigree of Flekher, Vol. j, page 7p.) 



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Maria, died, aged 
14, 28 January 
1817, bur. at Hel- 
ston, CO. Cornwall. 
M.I. Silhouette 
in the possession 
of her great-niece, 
Mrs. Armitage. 



Jonathan Passingham of= 
Heston, co. Middlesex ; 
born 4 February 1804; 
died at Bishopston 
Gower, near Swansea, 
CO. Glamorgan, aged 54, 
on Wednesday, 1 7 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Heston 
25 February 1858. 



=Ellen, dau. of Jonathan Passingham of Heston, 
by Elizabeth Westbrook his wife ; born 28 
October, bapt. at Heston 2 December 1801 ; 
marr. at Brighton, co. Sussex, 2 December 
1833; died at Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 90, 
on Thursday, 14 January, bur. at Heston 20 
January 1892. M.I. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 17 March 1892, to Jonathan 
Tremenhere Passingham, son. 



Jonathan Tremenheere Passingham of=j=Marianne, of Westover, Cherry Hinton Road, Cam- 



Cambridge ; born 18 February, bapt. 
at Heston 2 April 1835 ; died 16 
April, bur. in Mill Road Cemetery, 
Cambridge, 20 April 1899. 



bridge, dau. of David Alfonso Talboys of Oxford, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of John Wheeler of London and 
Oxford; born 30 May 1835; marr. at Cambridge 
15 July 1863. 



Gertrude Ethel, born 6 May 
1864, bapt. at SS. Philip 
and James, Oxford ; marr. in 
Japan in June 1905, to 
Count Hire Mutso of Japan. 



Guy Tremenheere Passingham, 
bom 26 February 1866, bapt. 
at Summertown, co. Oxford ; 
died 10 April 1868, bur. in Mill 
Road Cemetery, Cambridge. 



Harry Francis Passingham, 
born I March 1868, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Cambridge ; died 
18 September 1899, bur. 
in Mill Road Cemetery, 
Cambridge. 



Rev. Guy Passingham, born 14 Novemben 
1869, bapt. at SS. Philip and James, 
Oxford, 2 September 1870 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 1890, 
B.A. (3rd-class Classical Tripos) 1893, 
M.A. 1898; Curate of Abbot's Langley, 
CO. Hertford, 1910. 



=Alice, dau. of 
Alderman John 
Moore of Bridge 
Street, Cam- 
bridge ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, 
Cambridge, 23 
December 1903. 



Tremenheere John Passingham, born at 
Great Chesterford, co. Essex, 14 April, bapt. 
at Dereham, co. Norfolk, 27 August 1907. 



Tremenheere=j=Evelyn Louise, 



Passingham 
of Montreal, 
Canada; born 
26 Junei872, 
bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Cam- 
bridge. 



dau. of Joseph 
Owen ; married 
at London, 

Canada, in De- 
cember 1 89 1. 



Millicent Mary, born 
at Montreal 13 July 
1892. 



Stanley Finnan Slater, Ensign 82nd Foot= 
16 April 1842, Lieutenant 1847, Captain 
31 January 1855; served in the North- 
West Provinces in suppressing the Indian 
Mutiny 1857-59, present at the opera- 
tions at Cawnpore, under Major-General 
Charles Ash Windham, C.B. (medal). 



=Harriette Maria, 
marr. at Fal- 
mouth, co. Corn- 
wall, 14 February 
1851. 



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Ellen, marr. at Budock, 
CO. Cornwall, on Wed- 
nesday, 17 September 
1845, Brereton F. H. 
Todd of Pendennis 
Castle, CO. Cornwall. 
She died at Newcastle 
in 1868. =j= 
A 



Other 
issue. 



Francis Passingham=rHarriet, dau. of W. 



of Truro, co. Corn- 
wall ; born 15 July 
1805 ; Solicitor ; 
Alderman of Truro ; 
died at Truro, aged 
54, II April i860, 
bur. at Kenwyn, co. 
Cornwall. 



Francis Passing- 
ham of Truro ; 
born 24 May 
1842, bapt. at 
Truro. 



Lake ; born at Fal- 
mouth, CO. Cornwall ; 
marr. there 4 August 
1 841; died at Truro 
7 June 1866, bur. at 
Kenwyn. She mar- 
ried istly Captain 
William Downey, 
R.N. 



Charles Trelawny 
Passingham ; Mate 
in the Royal Navy ; 
died at Bonython 
House, Helston, co. 
Cornwall, aged 24, 
29 July 1833, bur. 
at Helston. M.I. 



Henry Brereton Passingham, 
born at Treverry, co. Corn- 
wall, in 1810; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, admit- 
ted Pensioner 28 March 
1832; died at Cambridge, 
aged 23, on Monday, i 
April 1833, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Cambridge. 



Harriet Eliza- 
beth, born at 
Falmouth in 
1845, bapt. 
there. 



I 
Prudence Mary, of 
7 Vivian Terrace, 
Truro ; born at 
Truro 1 1 October 
1847, bapt. there. 



Charles Passing- 
ham, born 24 
January 1849; 
drowned at sea 
II June 1863. 



Maria Louisa, born at 
Kenwyn 1 1 November 
1851 ; died 10 De- 
cember 1858, bur. at 
Kenwyn. 



Henry Gough Trembath of Woodlands, Isleworth, co.= 
Middlesex (2nd son of Edward Trembath of Madron, 
CO. Cornwall) ; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 June 1869; B.Mus. 17 June 1869; Hon. Fellow 
Royal College of Organists ; died at Heme Bay, 
CO. Kent, aged 65, on Friday, 31 July 1908, bur. in 
the cemetery at Isleworth. Will dated i5 July 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 1397, 1908) i September 
1908, by Henrietta Ellen Trembath, relict. 



=Henrietta Ellen, of 
Laleham House, Isle- 
worth; born 8 October 
1853 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Truro (by her 
cousin, the Rev. 
George Tippet Bull), 
on Thursday, 6 January 
1876. 



Augusta Maud, 
born 14 Feb- 
ruary 1855, bapt. 
at Kenwyn. 



William Henry=j=Ellen Maria, born 9 January, bapt. at Heston, co. 



Wheeler of 106 
High Street, 
Oxford (son of 
James Luff 

Wheeler) ; born 
at Oxford 30 
June 1830. 



Middlesex, 2 February 1837; marr. at Christ Church, 
Cambridge, on Wednesday, 28 August 1867 ; died at 
106 High Street, Oxford, 26 November 1908, bur. at 
Oxford. Will dated 17 October 1908, proved at Oxford 
7 December 1908, by Harold James Vyvyan Wheeler, 
son, Lucy Augusta Agnes Wheeler, spinster, daughter, 
and Anthony Kirner. 



Prudence Gertrude 
Vyvian, of 36 
St. Mary's Road, 
Leamington, co. 
Warwick ; born 1 1 
April, bapt. at 
Heston i July 
1839. 



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Mary Millicent, born 
6 March 1874, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Cambridge. 



Ida Constance, born 4 August 
1875, bapt. at St. Paul's, Cam- 
bridge; died 7 February 1876, 
bur. in Mill Road Cemetery, 
Cambridge. 



Edmund Reginald Passingham 
of Springfield Road, Blackpool, 
CO. Lancaster ; born 24 Decem- 
ber 1876, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Cambridge. 



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Augusta Louisa Johns, 
of San Tommass, Porta 
Sant Angelo, Perugia, 
Italy ; born 29 Sep- 
tember 1840, bapt. at 
Heston, co. Middlesex, 
13 July 1844 ; a Nun 
of the Trappistine 
Order. 



George Augustus= 
Passingham of 
The Berrow, near 
Ledbury, co. Here- 
ford, formerly of 
Toft Manor, Cam- 
bridge ; bom 22 
February 1842, 
bapt. at Heston 
13 July 1844. 



Catherine Amy, dau. 
of John Staples of 
Exmouth, CO. Devon ; 
born 25 April 1840 ; 
marr. at Withycombe 
Raleigh, co. Devon, 
3 June 1863. 



Harriet Agnes, born ao Au- 
gust 1843, bapt. at Heston 
13 July 1844; died at 
Leamington Spa, co. War- 
wick, 14 March 1907, bur. 
in the family vault at 
Heston. Will dated 7 May 
1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 
634, 1907) 8 April 1907. 



Edward Armitage of The Green Hills, Tilford, co. Surrey=j=Amy, born at Exmouth, co. Devon, 



(5th son of the Rev. Francis James Armitage, Vicar of 
Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmoreland) ; bom 
at Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, 26 April 1859; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1878, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885. 



29 November 1864, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Oxford, in January 1865; 
marr. at the Cathedral, Denver, 
Colorado, U.S.A., 30 June 1892. 



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Rev. William Stuart Macgowan, LL.D., of 8 Middleton Road,^ 
Golder's Green, co. Middlesex (eldest son of Alexander Thorbum 
Macgowan, M.D., Staff-Surgeon 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 
formerly of Kingswood Park, co. Gloucester, by Elizabeth 
Yorstoun his wife, dau. of William Stuart of Springfield, Knotty 
Ash, Liverpool); born at Chatham, co. Kent, i April 1864, bapt. 
at Gillingham, co. Kent ; educated at Bristol Grammar School, 
Neuwied, Prussia, and at Paris ; Choral Scholar of King's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1884, 
B.A. (3rd-class Mediseval and Modem Languages) 1887, M.A., 
LL.M. 1891, LL.D. 1896; Assistant Master at Cheltenham 
College 1888; Principal of St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown, 
Cape Colony, 1902-190S; Member of the Council of the 
University of the Cape of Good Hope and of the Rhodes 
University College ; Chairman of the Modern Language Associa- 
tion ; LL.D. {ad eundem) of the Cape University March 1903; 
Grand Chaplain South Africa, Eastern Division, Freemasons, 
1 903- 1 904, Past Master of St. John's Lodge, Grahamstown, 
Cape Colony, 1907-1908 ; Author of "A Second German 
Reader and Writer in the Parallel Grammar Series," " Sketch 
of Rudolf Euckin's Religious Philosophy," and other educational 
works. /fs, 



=Inez Ansell, 
born at Ex- 
mouth 22 
March 1866, 
bapt. there ; 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Ex- 
mouth, 24 
April 1889. 



Adelaide Au- 
gusta Lloyd, 
born 14 July 
1867, bapt. at 
ChristChurch, 
Cambridge. 



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Miniatures of Colonel Jonathan Passingham and of his 
wife Prudence, daughter of Tremenheere Johns; in the 
possession of their great grand- daughter Mrs. Armitage, 
of the Green Hills, Tilford, co. Surrey. 




antopli^assinsfjam of iSala, 
CO. ilKlerionetl). 



Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Quarterly : ist and 4th, 
Gules on a chevron ermine between 
three lions rampant erminois as 
many red roses barbed and seeded 
proper, Passingham ; 2nd and 
3rd, Argent on a chevron gules 
three fleur-de-hs erminois, Lloyd. 

Crest. — A demi-lion per fess 
embattled or and gules charged 
with two roses in pale counter- 
changed in the dexter paw a sword 
erect proper pommel and hilt or. 



Lieut. -Colonel Robert Passingham of Tyfos,= 
CO. Merioneth, and of Enfield, co. Middlesex, 
formerly of the City of Chester, younger 
son of Robert Passingham of Heston, co. 
Middlesex, by Elizabeth his wife, only child 
of Giwn Lloyd of Hendvvr and Tyfos, co. 
Merioneth [and brother of Colonel Jonathan 
Passingham of Hendwr, and of Bonython 
House, Helston, co. Cornwall, see page 57] ; 
Ensign 37th Foot 17 May 1779, Major 
Pembrokeshire Corps Fencible Cavalry 18 
April 1795, Lieut. -Colonel Cheshire Fen- 
cihles ; died in January 18 10. Adiiion was 
granted (P.C.C.) 26 February 1810, to 
Thomas Walmsley, during the minority of 
his children. 



=Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of Thomas I nee of 
Christleton, co.Chester, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
elder dau. and coheir 
of Robert Townshend, 
Recorder of Chester ; 
born in 1773; rnarr. by 
licence at Christleton 
21 July 1795 ; died at 
Dilton, CO. Hants, bur. 
at Christleton 3 April 
1802. M.L 



Robert Townshend Passingham= 
of Tyfos ; born at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 30 October, bapt. 
there 8 November 1796; of 
^^'o^cester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 February 1818, 
B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824; J. P. for 
CO. Merioneth ; died at Tyfos, 
aged 50, 8 April 1847, bur. at 
Llandrillo, co. Merioneth. M.L 



=Mary Elizabeth, youngest and only 
surviving dau. and heir of David 
Anwyl of Plascoch, Bala, co. 
Merioneth ; marr. at Bala on 
Monday, 14 February 1842 ; died 
at Tenby, co. Pembroke, 29 De- 
cember 1880, bur. at Llanycil, co. 
Merioneth. M.L She married 
2ndly at Holy Trinity, Paddington, 
London, 19 June 1862, Arthur 
Ormsby. 



Major Robert Townshend= 
Anwyl-Passingham of Bala ; 
born at Tyfos 10 February 
1843 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 91st Foot i June 
i860, afterwards Major 
4th Battalion South Wales 
Borderers (Militia) ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Merioneth; 
assumed by Deed Poll 
dated 19 October 1888, the 
additional surname of Anwyl; 
died at Bala 20 March 1893, 
bur. at Llanycil. M.L 



=Lucy Emma, eldest dau. of Thomas Jeffreys 
Badger of Kingsland, co. Salop, by Sara 
his wife, eldest dau. of Thomas Yate Hunt 
of Brades Hall, co. Staflbrd ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Warwick, on Wednesday, 2 May 
1866; died at 48 via Bolognese, Florence, 
Italy, 2 July 1909, bur. at Florence. M.L 
Will dated 25 March 1909, proved (Prin. 
Reg., T439, 1909) 10 September 1909, by 
Robert Townshend Anwyl-Passingham, 
retired Major in the Army, and Augustus 
Mervyn Owen Anwyl Anwyl-Passingham, 
Lieutenant in the Army, sons. 



Augustus Anwyl Passing- 
ham, born at Tyfos 23 
May 1845 ; educated at 
Shrewsbury School 1857 
-59 ; died unmarried at 
Berwynfa, Bala, aged 37, 
on Saturday, 24 June 
1882, bur. at Llanycil. 
M.L Adinon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 
20 November 1882, to 
Robert Townshend Pas- 
singham, brother. 



Major Robert Townshend Anwyl-Passingham of Camden= 
Crescent, Dover, co. Kent, and of Bala ; born in London 16 
October 1867, bapt. at Llanycil ; Lieutenant South Wales 
Borderers 30 January 1886, of the Indian Staff Corps 4 March 
1888, Captain Indian Army 1897, Major 72nd Punjabis 30 
January 1904, retired 13 February 1907 ; served with Burmese 
Expedition 1886-89 (medal with two clasps); in Burma 1889-92 
(clasp) ; J. P. for co. Merioneth 1910. 

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=Chailotte Angle Bigoe, only dau. 
of Thomas Bigoe Williams, 
Captain 4th Royal Irish Dragoon 
Guards, by Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of John Birmingham of 
Brook House, Dover ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Dover, ii January 
1906. 



Elizabeth Emma, 
married William 
John Trevenen of 
Helston, co. Corn- 



Belle (twin with Augusta), born 25 April 1800, bapt. at Heston, co. 
Middlesex, 5 April 1810; married Captain James Polkinghorne, R.N. ; 
Lieutenant i December 1808, Commander 1814, Captain 25 August 
1828, of the "Isis" 21 November 1831. Adfnon was granted (P.C.C. 
Arden) 4 December 1840, to Belle Polkinghorne, relict. 

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Augustus Robert Lloyd Passingham of Penmere, Falmouth, co.=y=Augusta (twin with Belle), 

Cornwall, and of Bonython House, Helston (eldest son of ' 

Colonel Jonathan Passingham of Hendwr, co. Merioneth, and of 

Bonytlion House, Helston, by Prudence his wife, 2nd dau. 

of Tremenheere Johns of Helston) ; born at Truro, co. Cornwall, 

in 179s; educated at the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth, 

November 1808-11; Midshipman 1811, Acting Lieutenant 

"Satellite" 18 16, Acting Flag-Lieutenant and Master's Mate 

"Albion" 1817-18, Lieutenant 15 May 1819; died at Falmouth 

8 February 1844, bur. there. M.L Will dated 16 May 1837, 

proved (P.C.C. 44, 658) 15 August 1844, by Augusta Passingham, 

relict, and Wentvvorth Parsons Cooke. Miniature in the 

possession of his great-niece. Mis. Armitage. 



born 25 April 1800, bapt. 
at Heston 5 April 18 10; 
died at Falmouth, aged 67, 
12 June 1867, bur. there. 
M.L Adfrion was granted 
at Bodmin 12 July 1867, 
to Harriette Maria Slater, 
widow, daughter. Small 
water-colour portrait in the 
possession of her great- 
grandson, Walter Tmvnshend 
Fletcher of Dorchester. 



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{For issue see page ^8.) 



Leila Mary, born 
at 5 Brunswick 
Terrace, Ken- 
sington, London, 
bapt. at Llanycil, 
CO. Merioneth. 



Adah Lucy, born at 
5 Brunswick Terrace, 
Kensington, bapt. at 
Llanycil ; married at 
Florence, Italy, 14 
February 1893, Count 
Egidio Maffei. 



Augusta Beatrice, born 
at 91 Maison Dieu 
Road, Dover, co. Kent, 
bapt. at Llanycil. 



Nobile Guiseppe Enrico Rossi= 
of Florence (son of Giovanni 
Carlo Niccolo Rossi, by 
Antonia Maria Adelaide his 
wife, dau. of Dei Marshesi 
Spinola-Canevari) ; born at 
Genoa, Italy, 22 October 
1862, bapt. same day; Lieu- 
tenant 7th Regiment of 
Artillery at Pisa, and in the 
19th Regiment at Florence. 



=Irene Matilda, born 
at 33 Marine Parade, 
Dover, 29 November 
1875, bapt. at Llany- 
cil 16 February 1887 ; 
marr. at Florence 

8 January, at the 
English Church there 

9 January 1893, and 
at San Guiseppi 16 
June 1906. 



Augustus Mervyn Owen Anwyl Anwyl-Passingham,= 
born 31 August 1880, bapt. at Llanycil; 2nd 
Lieutenant (from Militia) Middlesex Regiment 14 
September 1901, Lieutenant 1903, Captain 26 July 
191 1 ; served in South African War 1901-1902, at 
operations in the Transvaal April 1901 1031 May 1902; 
in Orange River Colony January to April 1901 (Queen's 
medal with five clasps) ; employed with West African 
Frontier Force 2 December 1905 to 20 March 1907. 



=Margaret, 4th dau. of Charles James 
Radclyffe of Foxdenton Hall, co. 
Lancaster, and The Hyde, co. Dorset, 
J. P., by Blanche his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Colonel George Augustus Filmer 
Sulivan of the 5th Lancers ; marr. at 
Bere Regis, co. Dorset, 7 December 
1909. 



to(U^?-^o 



OAAXM jr^fUu 



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Cuson of i^ortf)cber auD '^lt\^mtx, 

to, Somerset, 



George Tuson of Street House, Glastonbury, = 
CO. Somerset (3rd son of George Tuson of 
Wells, CO. Somerset, Steward to the Bishop of 
Wells); died at Huish, co. Somerset, aged 70, 
3 June 1834, bur. at Walton, co. Somerset. 



=Frances, dau. of the Rev. William 
Baily; married in June 1787; 
died at Street House, Glaston- 
bury, aged 73, 17 February 1837, 
bur. at Walton. 



Rev. George Baily Tuson of Northover, co. Somerset ; born= 
at Somerton, co. Somerset, 9 April 1788, bapt. at Walton; 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.D. 1825 ; Chaplain Royal 
Artillery i April 1839; Vicar of Huish Episcopi, co. Somerset, 
10 September 1824, of Stow Bedon, co. Norfolk, October 
1850, Rector of Little Stanmore, co. Middlesex, i November 
1850; died at The Grange, Hanham, co. Gloucester, 25 April, 
bur. at Oldland, co. Gloucester, i May 1868. Will dated 18 
May 1867, proved at Bristol 23 June 1868, by Henry Tuson, 
brother, the Rev. Henry Tuson, nephew, and James Baker. 



=L:etitia, dau. of William Dodge, 
by Rachel Haviland his wife; 
died at The Grange, Hanham, 
aged nearly 90, 7 May, bur. at 
Oldland 14 May 1872. Will 
dated 18 February 187 1, proved 
at Bristol 8 July 1872, by Emily 
Tuson, spinster, daughter. 



Emily, born 22 
July 1818; died at 
Charlemont, Wind- 
sor Road, Slough, 
CO. Buckingham, 
20 October, bur. 
at Upton, Slough, 
24 October 1900. 
Will dated 14 July 
1900, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1577, 1900) 
29 November 1900, 
by the Rev. Edward 
Luxmoore Tuson, 
nephew. 



Rev. Frederick Edward Tuson of The Abbey=j=Mary, dau. of the Rev. 



House, Bristol ; of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1839; Rector of 
Southwick, CO. Sussex, 29 June 1839, Vicar 
of Minety, co. Wilts, 1843, and of Oldland, 
CO. Gloucester, 1862 ; Rural Dean of Malmes- 

bury, CO. Wilts, 1843-58, Hon. Canon of I died at Wingham House, 
Bristol October 1852; Chaplain to the Earl Castle Hill, Reading, 19 
of Huntingdon; Author of "Sermons for May, bur. at Oldland 24 
Parochial and Family Use," 1843 ; died at I May 1889. Will dated 
Wingham House, Castle Hill, Reading, co. 18 September 1884, 



Coryndon Luxmoore, 
Rector of Bridestowe, co. 
Devon ; born 1 3 May 
181 1 ; marr. at Bride- 
stowe 12 August 1841 ; 



Berks, ro November, bur. at Oldland 15 

November 1882. Will dated 21 May 1846, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 951, 82) 22 December ' Rev. Edward Luxmoore 

1882, by Mary Tuson, relict. | Tuson, son. 



proved (Prin. Reg., 645, 
89) 4 July 1889, by the 



William Haviland Tuson of Christchurch, New=i=Mina Blanche, eldest dau. of Edward Waller- 



Zealand ; died I June 1884. Will dated 21 
September 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 386, 
1 901) 22 March 1901, by the Rev. Edward 
Luxmoore Tuson. 



stein, H.M. Consul-General for Costa Rica and 
Guatemala; married in Hereford Cathedral 
19 February 1872; married 2ndly Ernest Burt. 



Violet Emily Blanche, 
born at Hereford 4 
January 1873, bapt. at 
Holmer, co. Hereford ; 
married at the Cathe- 
dral, Perth, Western 
Australia, Aldridge 
Turner of Perth. 



Philip Lancelot Rolleston of St. Minver,= 
74 Glover Street, Mosman, New South 
Wales (son of the Rev. Septimus Rolleston, 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Bedford, by Anna his 
wife, dau. of Matthew Knapp of Linford 
Hall, CO. Buckingham) ; born at St. Peter's 
Rectory, Bedford, 4 December 1870, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Bedford. 



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=Evelyn Marian, born at 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, 
8 February 1874, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity Hot- 
wells, Bristol ; marr. at 
St. George's Cathedral, 
Cape Town, South 
.Africa, 9 August 1900. 



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I 

Rev. William Baily Whitehead (son of the Rev. Christopher Whitehead=j=Mary Anne, born 



of Deane, co. Lancaster) ; of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 
27 January 1803, aged 16, B.A. 1807, M.A. 1809, Fellow 1812; Rector 
of Puddlestone with'While, co. Hereford, 8 March 1814, Vicar of Tiverton, 
CO. Devon, 10 October 1815, of Chard 6 July 1825, and of Timberscombe, 
both CO. Somerset, 5 June 1826 ; Rural Dean of Crewkerne, Prebendary 
of Wells 16 October 1830; J. P. for co. Somerset; Chairman of the 
Guardians of Chard Union; died at Chard, aged 68, 22 August 1853, 
bur. at Timberscombe. Will dated 21 September 1852, proved (P.C.C. 
843, S3) 19 November 1853, by Arthur Whitehead, son, and Walter 
James Tucker. /K 



at Somerton, co. 
Somerset, 12 April 
1789, bapt. there; 
marr. at North- 
over, CO. Somerset, 
23 November 181 2. 



Arthur Baily Tuson, died at Gisborne,=j=Sarah, died at Fell Croft, Dalton, co. 



Auckland, New Zealand, 7 December 1898. 
Adnion (with will dated 9 May 1885) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 1115, 1900) 18 July 1900, 
to Edward Hugh Whitehead, the attorney of 
Sarah Jane Pasley, wife of Gilbert Kennedy 
Pasley, daughter. 



Lancaster, 15 June 1891. Adfnon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 1 2 
June 1902, to Edward Hugh White- 
head, the attorney of Sarah Jane Pasley, 
wife of Gilbert Kennedy Pasley. 



Other 

issue. 



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Rev. William Syson (son of William Baines Syson of=f=Isabel Mary, of Ravensworth, 



Gunthorpe, co. Rutland, by Eliza his wife, dau. of Valentine 
Baines of Brooke Priory, co. Rutland) ; born at Gunthorpe 
14 October 1844; of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, 
M.A. 1872; Rector of St. Peter with All Saints', Toynton, 
CO. Lincoln ; died at Toynton Rectory 9 November, bur. at 
Brooke 14 November 1885. /t\ 



Mortimer, co. Berks ; born at 
Minety, co. Wilts, 28 December 
1846, bapt. there 7 February 
1847 ; marr. at Oldland, co. 
Gloucester, 7 August 1873. 



Rev. Edward Luxmoore Tuson, 
born at Minety 31 August 1848; 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 October 1867, B.A. 
1870, M.A. 1881 ; Curate of Old 
^Vindsor, co. Berks, 1873-75, 
Chaplain of the Royal Chapel, 
Windsor Great Park, 1876-84, Vicar 
of Kingsthorpe, co. Northampton, 
1885. 



Arthur Kinnear Tuson, born= 
18 November 185 1, bapt. 
at Minety ; Assistant Clerk 
Royal Navy 9 December 
1868, Assistant Paymaster 
1873, Paymaster 1889, Staff 
Paymaster 1895, Fleet Pay- 
master 1 90 1, invalided 8 
October 1903. 



=Janet Mary Etheridge, 2nd 
dau. of James Horsey, 
Accountant H.M. Dock- 
yard, Sheerness ; born 2 
September 1861 ; marr. at 
All Saints', South Acton, 
CO. Middlesex, 12 De- 
cember 1882. 



Margarite Emily, born at 
Gibraltar 9 July 1887, 
bapt. there. 



Edgar Lawrence Harris of The= 
Querns, Magnassi, Transvaal, 
South Africa, son of George 
Edward Harris, formerly Cap- 
tain 103rd Foot (now Dublin 
Fusiliers) ; born at Hanstead 
Farm, Bricketwood, co. Hertford, 
22 March 1875. 



=Elaine, born at 
Rugby, CO. War- 
wick, 8 March 
1875 ; married 
at Johannesburg, 
South Africa, 18 
April 1 9 10. 

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William Tor Seeton= 
of Johannesburg, 
South Africa (eldest 
son of W. J. Seeton 
of Erindale, Bally- 
nafeigh, co. Down); 
born 25 July 1872. 



=Constance Frances, 
born 6 October 1878, 
bapt. at St. Michael 
and All Angels', 
North Kensington, 
London ; marr. at 
Johannesburg 16 
March 1909. 



Edward Tuson, born at Ilchester, co. Somerset, 20 June 1790, baptised=j=Julia Capon, died at 
there; died at Ilchester 19 October 1820, buried at Northover, Chatham, co. Kent, in 
CO. Somerset. 1880, buried there. 



William Henry Mortimer,= 
M.D. (Erlangen), F.G.S. ; 
died at Fernwood, Sutton, 
CO. Surrey, aged 84, on 
Tuesday, 16 August 1887. 
Will dated 22 July 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 158, 
88) 14 February 1888, by 
Emma Louisa Mortimer, 
relict. He married 2ndly 
Emma Louisa. 



=Editha Mary, marr. 
at Bathwick, co. 
Somerset, 7 May 
1842 ; died at Mor- 
timer Road, St. 
John's Wood, co. 
Middlesex, aged 50, 
on Wednesday, 20 
July 1864, bur. 
at Kilburn, co. 
Middlesex, istwife. 



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Rev. Henry Tuson, born 4 Oc-= 
tober 1 8 16; Chaplain Hon*''' 
East India Co.'s Service 1S48 
-66 ; Vicar of Flixton, co. Nor- 
folk, 1872-77, Rector of South 
Elmham St. James', co. Suffolk, 
1877 ; died at the Rectory, South 
Elmham St. James, 23 May 1893, 
bur. at South Elmham St. James. 
Will dated 26 August 1848, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 691, 93) 
3 July 1893, by Edward Baily 
Tuson, brother, Surgeon-General 
H.M. Army. 



=Jane Ashfield, 
4tli dau. of 
the Rev. George 
Carter, Vicar 
of Trowse, co. 
Norfolk ; bom 
at Norwich 12 
August 1826; 
marr. in Nor- 
wich Cathedral 
18 July 1848. 



Francis Edward Tuson= 
of Camorta, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex ; 
born at Lahore, Pun- 
jab, India, 17 August 
1850; of the Indian 
Civil Service 1868 
-1905. 



^Katharine Sara, 3rd dau. of 
Thomas Barnett of Nyton 
House, near Chichester, co. 
Sussex ; born at Sunbury- 
on-Thames, co. Middlesex, 
4 January 1864; marr. at 
Aldingbourne, co. Sussex, 
10 September 1889. 



William Dugald= 
Campbell of Perth, 
Western Australia, 
eldest son of 
Captain W. Dugald 
Campbell of Oak- 
side, Guildford, 
CO. Surrey. 



=Julia Constance, bom 
in the Punjab, India, 
6 June 1853 ; marr. at 
South Elmham St. 
James 18 November 
1879; died 22 October 
1889, bur. at Auckland, 
New Zealand. 



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Alan Arthur Lancelot Phyllis Dorothy, 

Tuson, born at Port born at Port Blair, 

Blair, Andaman Islands, Andaman Islands, 

India, 17 August 1890. 31 October 1891. 



Cyril Barnett Tuson, Kenneth Hadley Tuson, 
born at Port Blair, born at Southsea, co. 
Hants, 15 December 
1899, bapt. at St. Jude's, 
Southsea. 



Andaman Islands, 
12 September 1893. 



I . I 
Ernest Henry Louis Robert Tuson, born at= 
Tuson, born at Ferozepore, Punjab, India, 30 
Meerut, India, January, i860; entered the Army 
21 November as Ensign 22 nd Foot 14 January 
1855. 1880, Lieutenant i July 1881, 
Wing Officer 9th Madras Native 
Infantry 1888; died at Madras, 
South India, 27 October 1890, 
bur. there. 



=Susannah Mary Locke, 
2nd dau. of Colonel 
Francis Middlecoat, 
Madras Staff Corps ; 
born 9 August 1868; 
marr. at Palamcottah, 
South India, 6 June 
1888. 



George Baily Tuson, 
born at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 28 July 
1867 ; of Keble Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 October 
1S86; died 2 July 
1 9 1 2, bur. at Winnipeg, 
Canada. 



Ethel Mary Constance, born 
at Madras 2 April 1889. 



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I 



Frances Baily, born at Ilchester, co. Somerset, 12 July 1791, bapt. at Northover, co. Somerset, 
21 October 1793; died at i Adelaide Place, Bathwick, co. Somerset, 26 March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bathwick on Good Friday, 30 March 1877. Will dated 25 August 1874, with 
codicil dated 15 January 1877, proved at Bristol 7 May 1877, by the Rev. Henry Tuson, 
nephew, and James Baker. 



James Tuson, born 8 February 1832; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, Mate H.M.S. 
"Sharpshooter" 8 February 1851, after- 
wards Lieutenant "Scorpion"; died at 
Sierra Leone, West Africa. 



Richard William Heneker=j=Elizabeth, bom 18 



of Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
formerly of Sherbrooke, 
Canada East ; born in 
Dublin 2 May 1823. /\^ 



July 1833 ; marr. at 
Pill, CO. Somerset, 
6 March 1856. 



Surgeon -General Edward Baily Tuson of 4 Chelston Manor,= 
Torquay, co. Devon; born 4 March 1819, bapt. at Ilchester; 
Assistant-Surgeon 9th Lancers 20 August 1844, Surgeon 1854, 
Surgeon-Major 1864, Deputy Surgeon -General 1872, retired 
4 March 1879 ; served with 12th Lancers in the Crimea May to 
22 June 1855 (medal with clasp for Sebastopol and Turkish 
medal); died at Chelston Manor, Torquay, 3 February 1903, 
bur. at Torquay. Will dated 16 March 1901, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 262, 1903) 25 February 1903, by Editha Plantagenet 
Cordner, widow, daughter. 



■Frances Anne, 2nd dau. of 
Matthew William Walbank 
of Moreton Hampstead, co. 
Devon; marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Jersey, 12 October 1847 ; 
died at Torbay Mount, 
Cockington, co. Devon, 4 
May 1891, bur. in the 
cemetery at Torquay. 



General James Edward Cordner (son of the Rev. Edward James Cordner of=j=Editha Plan- 

Mullagh, CO. Longford); bom 26 June 1829; entered the Bengal Artillery tagenet, born 

as 2nd Lieutenant 13 December 1845, Lieutenant 1852, Captain Royal at sea in the 

(Bengal) Artillery 1858, Major and Lieut. -Colonel 1872, Colonel 1877, Major- Indian Ocean 

General 1882, Lieut. -General 1888, General 1895, Colonel Commandant 22 July 1848; 

19 June 1893 ; served in Peshawur Mountain Train in various engagements marr. at St. 

on the Trans-Indus Frontier 1854-59 (medal with clasp); in the Indian John's, Meerut, 

Mutiny (medal); commanded Mountain Train Battery in the Cossyah India, i July 

Hill Campaign 1862-63, and also in the Bhootan Campaign 1864-65 1875. 
(mentioned in despatches, clasp) ; died at Torbay Mount, Cockington, on 
Tuesday, 3 September 1901, bur. at Torquay. Will dated 24 October 1900, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1166, 1901) 11 October 1901, by Editha Plantagenet 
Cordner, relict. /k 



Charles Henry Hill of Caerleon, Ballybrack, co. Dublin=f=Fanny Chichester, of 
(3rd son of John Hill of Dublin, Poor Law Inspector) ; born 
at Ely Place, Dublin, 6 December 1844 ; of Trinity College, 
Dublin ; of the Middle Temple, called to the Bar 6 June 
1872; Professor of Law; Puisne Judge of the High Court, 
Calcutta, India ; died at 45 Devonshire Street, London, 
aged 60, on Tuesday, 11 April, bur. in the churchyard of the 
parish church, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
13 April 1905. Will dated 11 May 1875, proved in the 
Principal Registry, Dublin (247, 1905) 15 May 1905, by 
Fanny Chichester Hill, relict. Sealed in London 23 May 
■9°5- A 

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53 Bedford Gardens, 
Kensington, London ; 
born at Chichester, 
CO. Sussex, 26 Sep- 
tember 185s, bapt. 
there ; marr. at Alla- 
habad, India, 16 April 
1874. 



Other 

issue 
died in 
infancy. 



James Tuson, born at Ilchester,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of James See of Milton, co. Kent, by Elizabeth 



CO. Somerset, 13 March, bapt. at 
Northover, co. Somerset, 21 October 
1793; Lieutenant Royal Navy 19 
July 182 1 ; died at Montlembert, 
near Boulogne, France, 22 November 
1839, bur. at Boulogne. 



his wife ; bom at Milton ; marr. at Chatham, co. Kent, 
19 October 1830; died at Sherbrooke, Canada East, Canada, 
5 December 1884, bur. there. Will dated 31 July 1873, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 482, 85) 6 May 1885, by Henry Brasnell 
Tuson, Colonel Royal Marine Artillery, son, and James Baker. 



George Tuson, bom at Boulogne=j=Mary, dau. of E. P. Tregertha ; born at George Town, 



2 October 1834 ; died 25 April 
1903, bur. in Waverley Cemetery, 
Sydney. 



Tasmania, 6 April 1839 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Melbourne, 
Victoria, 11 June 1867. 



Major George Edward Tuson, D.S.O. ; bom at Rockhampton, Queensland,= 
29 June, bapt. there 13 August 187 1 ; joined i6th Lancers as 2nd Lieutenant 

8 October 1890, Lieutenant 1894, Captain 1899, Major 23 May 1903, retired 

9 June 1909; served with Chitral Relief Force 1895 (medal with clasp); on 
North-\Vest Frontier of India 1897-98, at Tochi Valley, as Regimental Com- 
missariat and Transport Officer (medal with clasp) ; in South African War 
1900-1902, at advance on Kimberley and relief of same (wounded); in the 
Orange Free State, including operations at Paardeburg, actions at Poplar Grove, 
Karee Siding, Houtnek (Thoba Mountain) and Zand River ; the Transvaal, 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill; in the 
Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and 
in Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 April 1901, 
Queen's medal with five clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; D.S.O. 
29 November 1900. 



=Sarah Maria Isabel, 
eldest dau. of 
S. Bright-Williams 
of Willcott, Broad- 
stairs, CO. Kent, by 
Margaret his wife ; 
marr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 21 September 
191 2. She married 
istly James Lowe. 



A daughter, born at 99 Cromwell Road, South 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, i July 1913. 



Bessie, born at Rockhampton, Queens- 
land ; marr. at St. Augustine's, Neutral 
Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, 1 1 
April 1896, Charles McCrea of Neutral 
Bay, Sydney. 



Isabel, born at Rockhampton ; marr. 
at Christ Church, South Yarra, 
Melbourne, Victoria, 25 March 1891, 
Louis Robert Sams of Quamby, 
Warwick, Queensland. 



Arthur Tuson, born 
at Rockhampton, 
and died in infancy. 



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Vemon Frederick Tuson, M.V.O. ; born at Rock-=rEdith Louise Cave, 
hampton, Queensland; Naval Cadet 15 July 1890, i dau. of the Rev. 
Midshipman 15 November 1892, Sub-Lieutenant 15 
May 1896, Lieutenant 31 December 1898, retired 

I August 1908; served as Sub-Lieutenant H.M.S. 
"Fox" during the Sierra Leone troubles of 1898, 
landed with the naval contingent sent in the Colonial 
yacht "Countess of Derby" up the Bumpe river 
to relieve the military force marching on Kwallu 

II to 14 May, when 14 towns and villages were 
destroyed (mentioned in despatches) ; at Manoh Salya 
when that place was shelled and destroyed and 80 j 
refugees rescued; M.V.O. (4thclass) 28 April 1905. > 

A 
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Edmund Joseph 
Francis Johnson, 
Rector of Sarsdon- 
cum-Churchill, co. 
Oxford ; married 
at Sarsdon 
Churchill 22 
tember 1903. 



cum- 
Sep- 



Edith, bom at Rock- 
hampton ; marr. at 
St. James', Sydney, 
1 o April 1 90 1 , Arthur 
Christian Holt of 
Bright, Victoria,B. A., 
M.B. =j= 
A 

Mary Eleanor, born 
at Rockhampton, and 
died in infancy. 



Rev. William Wilkins Gale (son of Edmund Estcourt Gale of Malmesbury,= 
CO. Wilts); of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated i June 1818, aged 16, 
15.A. 1822, M.A. 1825; Rector of Pill, co. Somerset, 17 June 1840; died at 
Ilchester, co. Somerset, 2 January, bur. at Northover, co. Somerset, 9 January 
1872. M.I. Will dated 5 February 1841, proved (Prin. Reg., 100, 72) 
21 February 1872, by the Rev. Henry Gale, U.C.L., brother, and Henry 
Tuson, brother-in-law. 



'Caroline, born at 
Ilchester 21 De- 
cember 179s ; 
died there on 
Friday, 29 April, 
bur. at Northover 
5 May 1870. 



General Sir Henry Brasnell Tuson of 16 Walpole Road, Surbiton, co. Surrey,= 
K.C.B. ; born at Baincthun, near Boulogne, France, 30 April 1836; educated 
at Christ's Hospital and at King's College, London ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Marine Artillery 19 April 1854, Lieutenant 1855, Captain 1865, Major 1877, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1880, Colonel 1882, Major-General 1888, Lieut.-General 1893, 
General 28 September 1899; D.A.G. Royal Marines August 1893 to March 
1900; served in China War 1859-61, at capture of a battery and destruction 
of a large number of piratical junks at Koulan Island, at the attack on the 
Peiho forts June 1859, capture of the Taku forts August i860; employed in 
flotilla at Tien-Tsin until the return of the army to that place (mentioned in 
despatches, medal with two clasps) ; commanded Royal Marine Artillery in 
Zulu Campaign 1879 ; in Egyptian Expedition 1882-84, commanded Royal 
Marine Artillery Battalion at reconnaissance of 5 August ; commanded right 
column actions at El Magfar, Mahsanieh, both actions at Kassassin, and 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 19 Sep- 
tember and 2 November 1882, medal with clasp, bronze star, Extra A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria, 3rd-class Medjidie, C.B.); in command of the Royal Marines 
in the Soudan 1884, at battles of Teb and Tamai, and advance to Tamanieh 
(twice mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 27 March and 6 May 
1884 (two clasps, 3rd-class Osmanieh) ; K.C.B. 25 May 1895; Jubilee medal 
with clasp; received ist-class Sax Ernestine Order and Jubilee medal from 
the Duke of Saxe-Coburgh and Gotha. 




=Ann Frances, 
only daughter 
of Major John 
Bates, Com- 
mandant 40th 
Madras Native 
Infantry; born 
at Amherst, 
Burma, India, 
19 October 
1840; married 
at St. Jude's, 
Southsea, co. 
Hants, I Sep- 
tember 1864. 



Lieut.-Colonel John Leonard Homer (son of John Thomas Homer of=j=Edith Frances, born 



Hemsworth, Wimboriie, co. Dorset, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Harvey of Hemsworth, Wimborne); born at Hemsworth 9 October 1865, 
bapt. at Athelhampton, co. Dorset ; educated at Wimborne Grammar 
School and at Cheltenham College ; Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery 
I September 1883, Assistant Gun Instructor i October 1892, Captain 
I September 1894, Gunnery Instructor 17 August 1897, Musketry 
Instructor 8 September 1904, Major (by brevet i September 1904) 
9 March 1906, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet i September 191 1. /\ 



25 June, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, Southsea, 
21 July 1865 ; marr. 
at St. Cuthbert's, 
Kensington, London, 

26 September 1894. 



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Henry Tuson of Northover, co. Somerset; bom 24 May 1797 ;-j=Charlotte, dau. of the 



admitted a Solicitor in 1818; died at Northover 14 November, bur. 
there 19 November 1872. Will dated 6 March 187 1, with two 
codicils dated i August and 6 November 1872, proved at Taunton 
18 January 1873, by George Tuson, the Rev. Herbert Tuson, sons, 
and James Baker. He married istly Anna, who died at Ilchester, co. 
Somerset, aged 25, 25 August 1824. 



I 
Rev. Percy Sergeant Newell, born=Harriet, born 
14 March 1826 ; Rector of East 24 August 

Lydford and Wheathill, both co. 1829; marr. at 
Somerset, 1854, Minister of All Northover 12 
Saints', Guernsey, 1864; died at April 1853. 
Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset, aged 
75, on Friday, 19 January 1900, bur. 
at Kinson, co. Dorset. Will dated 
24 August 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 
632, 1900) 6 April 1900, by William 
Abbott. 



Rev. John Ramsey 
of Trelleck, co. Mon- 
mouth ; died at 
Northover 18 October 
1862, buried there. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Herbert Tuson, bom 22 August 
1830; of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. i860; 
Curate-in-Charge of Morthoe, co. 
Devon, 1880-83; died at 41 Southern- 
hay, Exeter, co. Devon, 15 December, 
bur. in the churchyard at Northover 
19 December 1896. Will dated 28 
September 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
718, 97) 19 June 1897, by MaryTuson, 
widow, and William Frederick Baker. 



Lieut.-Colonel Harry Denison Tuson, born at Elmwood, Southsea, co.= 
Hants, 13 September, bapt. at St. Jude's, Southsea, in October 1866; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant Border Regiment 25 August 1886, Captain 
I July 1895, Major Manchester Regiment 9 December 1905, and Duke 
of Cornwall's Light Infantry 8 July 1908, Lieut.-Colonel commanding the 
latter regiment since 19 February 191 2; employed with Egyptian Army 
6 October 1892 to i April 1894; served in South African War 1899-1900, 
at operations in Natal 1899, relief of Ladysmith, including action at 
Colenso ; actions at Spion Kop, Vaal Kranz, Tugela Heights and Pieter's 
Hill ; in Orange Free State, Cape Colony and at Kheis (Queen's medal 
with five clasps); employed with New Zealand Defence Forces 27 July 
1907 to 26 July 1910; Deputy Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport, 
Aldershot Command, 15 October 1909 to 19 February 1912. 



Emilie Gertrude, 
youngest daughter 
of John Ashley 
Mullens of Fir 
Grove, Weybridge, 
CO. Surrey, and of 
Westfield Place, 
Battle, CO. Sussex ; 
married at West- 
field 26 November 
1896. 



Henry John Tuson, born at 
Surrey House, York -Town, 
CO. Surrey, 9 December 
1897; Naval Cadet H.M.S. 
" Britannia." 



Violet, born at Ghyll 
Close, Kendal, co. 
Westmorland, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1 90 1. 



Ivy, born at Ghyll 
Close, Kendal, 15 
December 1903. 



Peter Tuson, born 
at Guildford, co. 
Surrey, 1 2 No- 
vember 1907. 



Lieut.-Colonel Cecil Alvend Fitz-Herbert Osmaston (son of John Osmaston=j=Minnie Buckley, 
of Osmaston Manor, co. Derby, and of Hawkhurst Court, co. Sussex, by born at Elmwood, 
Florence Mary his wife, dau. of Edward Royds Rice of Dane Court, co. I Southsea, 4 March, 
Kent); born at Yeldersley Hall, co. Derby, 24 July 1866, bapt. at Osmaston; j bapt. at St. Jude's 
educated at Winchester College ; Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery i Sep- \ Southsea, in April 
tember 1884, Captain i September 1895, Major (by brevet i September i 1868; marr. there 
1905) 6 February 1908, Lieut.-Colonel (by brevet i September 1912) 
14 December 1913; Member of Ordnance Board i August 1910 to 30 
September 19 13. A 

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2 February 1893. 



George Tuson of Kingsharas,^ 
Ilchester, co. Somerset ; bom 
3 April 1832 ; admitted a 
Solicitor in 1853; died i 
February, bur. at Northover, 
CO. Somerset, 6 February 
1895. M.I. Will dated 27 
May 1890, proved 11 April 
1895, by Mary Tuson, relict, 
Joseph Dixon Adams and 
William Frederick Baker. 



=Mary, dau. of William 
Cobbold Woodthorpe 
of Fanns, Aveley, co. 
Essex, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Alexander Gray 
of Kensington, Lon- 
don; born 28 January, 
bapt. at Aveley 17 
March 1844 ; marr. 
there 18 April 1872. 

{See Pedigree of Wood- 
thorpe, Vol. 75, 
page S7-) 



Louisa, of 8 Farquharson Road, West 
Croydon, co. Surrey ; born 29 March 
1836. _ 

Rev. Charles Tuson, of Chichester 
Theological College 1867 ; Curate of 
Woolavington, co. Sussex, 1868-70, of 
Long Sutton, co. Somerset, 1870-72, 
and of St. Mary's, Cardiff, co. Glamor- 
gan, 1872-74; died at 93 Dover Road, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, i July, bur. there 
5 July 1899. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 22 November 
1900,10 Harriet Newell, sister, widow. 



Maud, born at Kingshams Edith Mary, born at George Tuson, born at Alice, bom 



House, Ilchester, 22 July, 
bapt. at Northover 27 
August 1873. 



Kingshams House, 
Ilchester, 9 March, 
bapt. at Northover 
7 May 1876. 



KingshamsHouse,Ilchester, 9 July, bapt. 

16 April, bapt. at Ilchester at Ilchester 

19 June 1878; died 30 17 August 

June, bur. at Northover 1879. 
5 July 1898. 



William Thomas Pearse^Norah, born 7 
Meade-King (son of the 
Rev. Frederick Meade- 
King, Rector of Monk- 
silver, CO. Somerset, by 
Elizabeth Sully his wife) ; 
born 27 May 1878, bapt. 
at Monksilver. 



October, bapt. 
at Northover 
12 December 
1880 ; married 
6 April 



there 
1910. 



Edward Jerome Burdett, born^ 
12 July 1880; 2nd Lieutenant 
Liverpool Regiment 20 January 
1900, transferred to West India 
Regiment 28 July following. 
Lieutenant 13 February 1901 ; 
of the Indian Army 29 October 
1902, Captain 20 January 1909. 



=Mabel, bom 2 
January, bapt. 
at Ilchester 18 
February 1 883 ; 
marr. at Bombay 
Cathedral 14 No- 
vember 191 3. 



Major Charles Edward Tuson, born 
at Southsea, co. Hants, 15 March 
187 1, bapt. at St. Jude's, Southsea; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Scottish Rifles (Cameronians) 27 Jan- 
uary 1892, Lieutenant 10 October 
1894, Captain ii January 1899, 
Adjutant to Militia and Special Re- 
serve 9 March 1908, Major 10 October 
1909; died at 16 Walpole Road, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey, aged 42, on 
Monday, 30 June, bur. at Long Ditton, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 4 July 19 13. 



Harry Gerald Abrahams=j=Elsie Helen, =Benno Schon- 

born at Edin- berger, born in 

burgh, bapt. Vienna; marr. 

there 28 Jan- at Kensing- 

uary 1873. ton, London, 

on W'ednesday, 

I December 

1909. 2nd 

husband. 



(2nd son of Michael 
Abrahams of 2 1 Chester 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London) ; married at 
Kensington, London, 
on Wednesday, 5 De- 
cember 1894; marriage 
dissolved (on her peti- 
tion) 17 March 1909. 
ist husband. /^ 



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WESTMORLAND. 

Arms on record in ike College of Arms. — Azure three dexter gauntlets 
backs affronte or. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet a bull's head argent pied sable armed 
of the first charged on the neck with a rose gules barbed 
and seeded proper. 

Supporters. — Dexter : A griffin per fess argent and or gorged with a 
plain collar and lined sable ; Sinister : A bull argent pied 
sable collared and lined or at the end of a line a ring and 
three staples of the last. 

Motto. — Ne vile fano. 



Augusta, dau. of Lord= 
Montague Bertie (son 
of Robert, ])iike of 
Ancaster), by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of William Piers; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
26 March 1758; 
died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 4 February, 
bur. at Westbury-on- 
Trym, co. Gloucester, 
14 Fel)ruary 1766. 
Admon was granted 
(P.C.C.)26Mayi783. 
I St wife. 



ISaestmorlanli. 



John Fane, Earl of Westmorland and Baron= 
Burghersh, in the Peerage of England (elder 
son of Thomas, Earl of Westmorland) ; born 5 
May, bapt. at St. Werburgh's, Bristol, 22 May 
1728; educated at Westminster; Commis- 
sioner of Taxes 1760-62; M.P. for Lyme 
Regis I December 1762 to 25 November 
1771, when he succeeded his father as 9th 
Earl; created LL.D. of Cambridge 3 July 
1769; died 26 April, bur. at Westbury-on-Trym 
3 May 1774- Will dated 31 March 1774, 
proved (P.C.C. 209 Bargrave) 13 May 1774. 

{For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to " Visitation 
of England and Wales," Vol. 10, page lOI.) 



=Lady Susan (Gordon), dau. 
of Cosmo George, 3rd Duke 
of Gordon, by Lady Catherine 
his ist wife, dau. of William, 
Earl of Aberdeen ; marr. in 
Harley Street, Marylebone, 
London, 28 May 1767; died 
in Berkeley Square, London, 
aged 69, 1 1 December, bur. 
at Apethorpe, co. Northamp- 
ton, 20 December 1814. 
She married 2ndly John 
Woodford, Lieut. -Colonel ist 
Foot Guards. 2nd wife. 



I 



{For issue see page Sj.) 



Sarah Anne, only= 
child and heir of 
Robert Child of 
Osterley ParkjCO. 
Middlesex, M.P., 
by Sarah his 
wife (afterwards 
Baroness Ducie 
of Tortworth), 
dau. of Gilbert 
Jodrell ; married 
at Gretna Green 
18 May 1782, 
and afterwards in 
the house at Ape- 
thorpe 7 June 
1782; died at 
The Lodge, Phoe- 
nix Park, Dublin, 
9 November, bur. 
at Apethorpe 10 
December 1793. 
Will proved in 
March 1794. ist 
wife. 



=Sir John Fane, Earl of Westmorland, K.G., P.C. ; born in= 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, i January, bapt. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London, 7 January 1759; educated 
at Charterhouse, at Westminster (admitted 9 July 1770), 
and at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, M.A. 1778; 
Colonel Oundle and Cliffe Battalion Northamptonshire 
Volunteers 1803, and of the East Battalion Northampton- 
shire Local Militia 1809; Joint Postmaster-General 17S9, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1790-95, Lord Privy Seal 

14 February 1798 to 1827, Master of the Horse 
1796-98, and of the Buckhounds to King George IV. ; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 14 October 1789, K.G. 12 June 
1793; a Lord-Guardian, Justice and Lieutenant of 
Great Britain and Ireland 18 September to 8 November 
1821 ; D. L. for co. Northampton 1792, and Lord- 
Lieutenant for the same county 1828-41 ; Recorder of 
Lyme Regis ; Governor of Charterhouse 3 February 
1819; succeeded his father as loth Earl 26 April 1774; 
died at 83 Marine Parade, Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 82, 

15 December, bur. at Apethorpe 27 December 184 1. 
Will dated 10 July 1840, with four codicils dated 
(two) iQ July 1S40, 19 August 1840 and 7 October 
1841, proved (P.C.C. 142, 42) 28 February 1842, by 
Lady Cicely Jane Georgiana Fane, spinster, daughter. 
Portrait by Sir Thofnas Lawrence, P.R.A., painted in 
1S07. 



=Jane, 2nd dau. and 
coheir of Richard 
Huck-Saunders (for- 
merly Huck), M.D., 
by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Peter 
Kinsey ; marr. by 
special licence at 
the house of Mr. 
Dundas, Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey, 24 
March 1800 ; died 
at Bry mpton House, 
CO. Somerset, aged 
77, 26 March, bur. 
at Apethorpe 8 
April 1857. M.I. at 
Brympton. Adiiion 
(with will dated 20 
September 1856) 
was granted (P.C.C. 
658, 57) 14 August 
1857, to Lady 
Cicely Jane Geor- 
giana Fane, spinster, 
daughter. 2nd wife. 



Cicely Jane Georgiana, of Brympton Park; born 23 January 1801, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 20 March 1804; died at 4 Upper 
Brook Street, London, on Friday, 4 December, bur. at Brympton 1 1 
December 1874. Will with codicil dated i June 1S70, proved (Prin. Reg., 
801, 74) 26 December 1874, by William Dashwood Fane and Charles Fane. 



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Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Fane of Brympton, co. Somerset ; born 6 July= 
1760; educated at Westminster School, admitted 17 February 1772 ; 
Captain 2nd Foot 7 May 1779, Major 1782, Captain and Lieut. -Colonel 
Coldstream Guards 15 May 1783 ; M.P. for Lyme Regis i April 1784 
to 24 October 1806; died in Wimpole Street, London, 15 April, 
bur. at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, 24 April 1807. Will dated 
23 June 1794, proved (P.C.C. 573 Lushiiii^ton) 13 July 1807, by 
the Hon'='= Anne Fane, relict, John, Earl of Westmorland, brother, 
and William, Earl of Lonsdale. 



=Anne, dau. of Richard Lowe of 
Locko Park, co. Derby ; marr. by 
special licence at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 27 July 
1789; died in Wimpole Street, 
London, aged 80, 2 1 April, bur. 
at Apethorpe 29 April 1847. 



Lieut.-Colonel John Thomas Fane of Balston and of= 
Barton St. David, co. Somerset ; born in Bulstrode Street, 
Marylebone, London, 28 April 1790; Captain 87 th Foot 14 
March 181 1, Major 1814, Lieut.-Colonel 23 July 1821 ; M.P. 
for Lyme Regis 29 March 1816 to 3 December 1832 ; Clerk 
of the Privy Seal ; died at St. Omer, France, on Saturday, 
23 March 1833. Will dated 29 October 1830, proved 
(P.C.C. 157 Stoivell) 23 March 1836, by Marianne Shrimpton 
Fane, relict. 



=Marianne Shrimpton, 
eldest dau. of John 
Mills Jackson of 
Downton, co. Wilts ; 
married 10 August 
1816; died 15 April 
1836. 



Augustus John Fane, born in Upper Seymour 
Place, Marylebone, London, 30 June 181 7; 
died s.p. on Sunday, 2 1 June 1 840. 



William Fane, bom 
in Bulstrode Street, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 2 July 1793; 
Lieutenant 84th 
Foot 14 October 
1808 ; died as 
Captain at St. Jean 
de Luz, France, 27 
February 181 5. 



Charles Saunders John Fane, bom at Osterley Park, co. Middlesex, 8 May 1802, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 20 March 1804; died 3 November 1810. 



General Sir John Fane, Earl of Westmorland, G.C.B., G.C.H., P.C.; bom at= 
4 Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London, 12 February 1784; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 1802, M.A. 1808, Hon. LL.D. 
July 18:4; created D.C.L. of Oxford 10 June 1834; joined the Army as Ensign 
nth Foot 17 December 1803, Lieutenant 7th Foot 1804, Captain 23rd F"oot 
1805, of the 3rd Dragoon Guards 1805, Major 91st Foot 1810, Lieut.-Colonel 
63rd Foot 181 1, Colonel and Extra A.D.C. to King George HL 1814; 
Major-General 1825, Lieut. -General 183S, General 20 June 1854; Colonel 
56th Foot 1842; A.D.C. to Lieut. -General George Don in the Hanover 
Expedition November 1805 to January 1S06; A.A.G. in Sicily and Turkey 
1806-1807 ; in Egypt 1807, under General Wauchope, and in Portugal 
1808, present at the battles of Rolica and Vimeiro; Extra A.D.C. to 
Sir Arthur Wellesley in Portugal and Spain 1809, took part in the battle 
of Talavera ; served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the campaign in 
Portugal in 18 10, including the retreat to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco 
and advance to Santarem ; Military Commissioner with the allied armies 
under Prince Schwarzenberg in Germany, and present during the campaign 
of 18 14 in France, from the taking of Langres until the capture of 
Paris; received silver war medal with four clasps 1849; C.B. 4 June 1815, 
K.C.B. 15 February 1838, G.C.B. 24 June 1846, Knight of Maria Theresa 
of Austria 9 June 18 14, Knight Grand Cross of St. Ferdinand and Merit, 
Naples, 27 July 1815, G.C.H. 23 April 181 7, Knight Grand Cross of St. 
Joseph of Tuscany 14 July 18 18, Knight of the Crescent of Turkey, Knight 
of Henry the Lion of Brunswick 2 February 1843; Envoy E.xtraordinary 
to Florence 1814, Berlin 1841, Vienna 1851, and to Brussels 1856; M.P. 
for Lyme Regis 18 March 1806 to March i8i6; sworn a Privy Councillor 
28 March 1822; founded the Royal Academy of Music, opened 24 March 
1823; succeeded his father as nth Earl 15 December 1841 ; Author of 
seven operas and other musical works and anonymous Author of " Memoirs 
of the Early Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington in Portugal and Spain ;" 
died at Apethorpe House, aged 75, 16 October 1S59, bur. at Apethorpe. 
Will dated 7 June 1842, with codicil dated 12 April 1855, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 700, 59) 26 November 1859, by Priscilla Anne, Dowager Countess of 
AVestmorland, relict. Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence, F.R.A. 

77 



=Lady Priscilla Anne 
(Wellesley-Pole), youngest 
dau. of William, 3rd Earl 
of Momington, and niece 
of Arthur, Duke of Wel- 
lington ; bom 13 March 
1793; marr. by special 
licence at St. James', Pic- 
cadilly, London, 26 June 
181 1 ; a distinguished 
Artist (who painted, 
amongst other pictures, 
that of Anne, Countess of 
Momington, surrounded 
by her three distinguished 
sons, Richard, Marquess 
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke 
of Wellington, and Henrj', 
Baron Cowley); died at 29 
Portman Square, London, 
aged 85, on Tuesday, 
18 February, bur. at Ape- 
thorpe 25 February 1879. 
Will dated 28 June 1867, 
with three codicils dated 
22 December 1869, 28 
June 1870 and 25 March 
1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 
506, 79) 6 May 1S79, 
by Frederic Ouvry and 
Robert, Viscount Melville. 



Sir William, Earl of Lonsdale, K.G. (elder son of the Rev. Sir William Lowther,=j=Augusta, born 
I St Baronet, by Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles Zouch, Vicar of Sandal, i8 September 
CO. York); born 29 December 1757; entered the Array as Ensign 80th Foot 17 1761; marr. at 
May 1794, Lieutenant 31 May following. Captain " Keating's " Foot and 2nd St. James', Pic- 
^Lajor "Macnamara's" Foot the same year, Lieut.-Colonel in the Army i January cadilly, Lon- 
1800; M.P. for Carlisle 18 September 1780, co. Cumberland 14 April 1784, don, 12 July 
and CO. Rutland 6 June 1796; Lord-Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral for the 1781; died 6 
counties of Cumberland and Westmorland 1802 ; Steward of Lonsdale March 1838. 
1802; Recorder of Carlisle; F.S.A. ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 
15 June 1788, and his cousin James, Earl of Lonsdale, as Viscount 
Lowther 24 ^L1y 1802, created Earl of Lonsdale 7 April 1807; K.G. 18 July 
1807; died at York House, Twickenham, co. Middlesex, aged 86, 
19 March 1844. Will dated 29 June 1836, with two codicils dated 4 June 
and 29 June 1839, proved (P.C.C. 474, 44) 12 June 1844, by William, Earl 
of Lonsdale, and the Hon''''' Henry Cecil Lowther, sons, and Sir John Beckett, 
Baronet. Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. /^ 



Colonel Henry Sutton Fane of Cotterstock Hall, Oundle, co. Northampton; born 13 January, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 20 March 1804; educated at Harrow; entered 
the Army as Ensign 34th Foot 18 July 1822, Lieutenant 1823, Captain 1825, Major 1828, 
Lieut.-Colonel 9 May 1834, retired 9 February 1838; M.P. for Lyme Regis 1826-30; died 
7 May 1857. Will dated 3 August 1850, with codicil dated 20 April 1857, proved (P.C.C. 
53^1 57) I July 1857, by Henry, Viscount Melville. 



George, Earl of Jersey, G.C.H., P.C. ; born at Middleton= 
Stoney, co. Oxford, 19 August 1773 ; educated at Harrow and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1794; created D.C.L. 
of Oxford 3 July 1810 ; Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince 
of Wales 1795; Privy Councillor 1830; Lord Chamberlain of 
the Household to King William IV. July to November 1830 
and again 1834-35 ; Bearer of the Queen Consort's Sceptre 
at her Coronation 8 September 1831 ; G.C.H. 1834; Master 
of the Horse to Queen Victoria 1841-46, and again 
in 1852 ; succeeded his father as 5th Earl 22 August 
1805; by Royal Licence dated i December 18 19, took the 
name of Child before that of Villiers ; died at 38 Berkeley 
Square, London, aged 86, 3 October 1859, bur. at Middleton 
Stoney. Will dated 9 September 1848, with six codicils dated 
22 August 1853 to 26 September 1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 730, 59) 17 December 1859, by Sarah Sophia 
Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey, relict. 



=Sarah Sophia, born 4 March 
1785 ; heir to her grandfather, 
Robert Child ; marr. at her 
father's house in Berkeley 
Square, London, on Wednes- 
day, 23 May 1804; died at 38 
Berkeley Square, aged 81, 
26 January, bur. in the family 
vault at Middleton Stoney 2 
February 1867. Will dated 
28 February 1866, with two 
codicils dated 2 January and 
II January 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 345, 67) 22 May 1867, by 
the Hon'''' Frederick William 
Child-Villiers, son, and Charles 
Fane. 



A 



John Arthur Fane, born 
in Florence, Italy, 12 
February 18 16, bapt. 
there 15 February, and 
died, aged 6 months 
and 17 days, 29 August 
1 81 6, bur. at Apethorpe. 



George Augustus Frederick John 
Fane, Lord Burghersh ; born at 
Florence 18 June, bapt. there 26 
June 1819 (the Prince Regent 
being sponsor) ; died in Upper 
Harley Street, Marylebone, London, 
29 May, bur. at Apethorpe 6 June 
1848. 



Maria Louisa Priscilla, born 24 
May 1822 (Maria Louisa, 
Duchess of Parma, being 
sponsor) ; died at Lower 
Berkeley Street, London, aged 
14, 25 March, bur. at Apethorpe 
3 April 1837. 



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Montague Augustus Villiers Fane, born in 
Berkeley Square, London, i8 September 1805; 
died at 5 Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, 26 June, bur. at Brympton, 
CO. Somerset, 4 July 1857. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry i May 1858, to Lady 
Cicely Jane Georgiana Fane, spinster, sister. 



Evelina Augusta Antonia 
Evelina, bur. at Ape- 
thorpe, CO. Northampton, 
2 December 1807. 



Charles Saunders 
John Fane, bapt. 
at Apethorpe 3 
October 181 1 ; 
died young. 



Rt. Hon'''= Sir Arthur Paget, G.C.B. (2nd son of Henry=f=Augusta, born 17 March 1786; 



Bayly, ist Earl of Uxbridge) ; born 15 January 1771 
educated at Westminster School (admitted 10 April 1780, 
and elected on the foundation in 1783) and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 June 1788; entered the 
Diplomatic Service 1791, became Ambassador to Turkey 
15 May 1807, and retired from the service in May 1809 ; 
M.P. for CO. Anglesey 22 November 1794 to 29 April 1807; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 4 January 1S04, knighted 21 May 
following; G.C.B. 2 January 1815; died in Grosvenor 
Street, London, aged 69, 26 July, bur. in the catacombs 
of Kensal Green Cemetery, London, i August 1840. Will 
dated 8 August 1836, proved (P.C.C. 596 Arden) 7 August 
1840, by Lady Augusta Paget, relict. 



marr. 
at Heckfield, co. Hants, 16 February 
1809 ; died at Hampton Court 
Palace 20 November 1871. Will 
dated 5 November 1867, with 
codicil dated 20 September 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 826, 71) 15 
December 1871, by Sir Augustus 
Berkeley Paget, K.C.B., son. She 
married istly by special licence at 
her father's house in Berkeley Square, 
London, 20 June 1804, George, 
Earl of Morley, who divorced her 
14 February 1809. 



A\ 



Ernest Fitzroy Neville Fane,= 
Lord Burghersh ; born at Florence, 
Italy, 7 January 1824 (the Duke 
of Cumberland being sponsor) ; 
entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 20 No- 
vember 1840, Lieutenant 1843, 
Captain 17th Foot 1847, and 
subsequently Captain Scots Fusilier 
Guards; A.D.C. to Sir Edward 
Blakeney, Commander of the Forces 
in Ireland; died s.p. aged 27, on 
Wednesday, 22 January, bur. at 
Apethorpe 30 January 1851. 
Adirion was granted (P.C.C.) 17 
February 1851, to Selina Locke, 
widow, mother-in-law. 



=Augusta Selina Elizabeth, only child and heir of William 
Locke, sometime of Naples, Italy, Captain in the Life 
Guards, and Selina his wife ; marr. at Apethorpe 7 Octo- 
ber 1849; died at Eaton House, Eaton Square, London, 
on Sunday, 4 November, bur. at Merton, co. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, 7 November 1906. Memorial service at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, at the same time. 
Will dated 7 February 1902, with three codicils dated 
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. She married 
2ndly at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 31 August 
1854, and previously at the catholic chapel of St. RLiry's, 
Cadogan Terrace, London, Luigi Caracciolo, Due de 
Santo Teodoro, which marriage was dissolved at her suit 
in the English Court November 1876. She married 
3rdly 19 March 1877, Thomas, Baron ^^'aIsinghara 
(see Pedig^ree of IVahingham, Vol. 16, page 20). 



79 



John William, Earl of Bessborough, P.C. ; born 31 August 1781 ;=i=Maria, born 11 May 

of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1799, M.A. 23 June 

1802; M.P. for Knaresborough 25 March 1805, Higham Ferrers 

15 June 1810, Malton 6 October 1812, co. Kilkenny 22 June 1826, 

and for Nottingham 10 December 1832 ; sworn a Privy Councillor 

23 February 1831 ; Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests 1831, 

Home Secretary and Lord Privy Seal August to December 1834, 

Commissioner for the India Board for the Duchy of Cornwall for 

building churches. Commissioner for Ecclesiastical Affairs in England, 

of the Metropolitan Roads, and of Greenwich Hospital, and an Official 

Trustee of the British Museum ; created 19 July 1834, Baron Duncannon 

of Bessborough, co. Kilkenny, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ; 

Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 10 July 1846, Lord-Lieutenant for co. 

Carlow, Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for co. Kilkenny ; 

succeeded his father as 4th Earl 3 February 1844; died at Dublin 

Castle, aged 65, 16 May, bur. in the family vault at Fiddown, co. 

Kilkenny, 22 May 1847. Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 10 February 

1848, to William Francis Spencer Ponsonby, Lord de Mauley, brother. 

Portrait at Bessborough by Sir Martin Archer Shee, P.R.A., and 

another by Catterson Smith. /\ 

{See Pedigree of Bessborough, 
Vol. 12, page 108.) 



1787; marr. by special 
licence at her father's 
house in Berkeley 
Square, London, 16 
November 1805; died 
at her residence in 
Cavendish Square, 
London, aged 46, on 
Wednesday evening, 
19 March 1834, bur. 
at Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey. Portrait at 
Bessborough by Sir 
Thomas Lazvrence, 
P.R.A. 



Francis William Henry Fane, Earl of Westmorland, C.B. ; born- 
in Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, 19 November 1825, 
bapt. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 13 May 1826 ; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 18 September 
1837; entered the Army as Ensign 53rd Foot 24 February 
1843, Lieutenant 74th Foot 1844, Captain 25th Foot 
1848, Major 1849, Lieut. -Colonel 1854, Captain and Lieut. - 
Colonel Coldstream Guards 1855, retired as Colonel i860; 
A.D.C. to the Earl of Dalhousie (India) 1848 (received Sikh war 
medal), to Lord Raglan in the Crimea March 1854 to 1855 
(medal with clasp), and to the Commander-in-Chief, H.R.H. the 
Duke of Cambridge, 1856-60; C.B. 10 July 1855; Knight 
of the Legion of Honour 30 April 1857, Knight of the 
Medjidie, 5th-class, 2 March 1858; D.L. for co. Northampton; 
succeeded his father as 12th Earl 16 October 1859; died at 
34 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, aged 65, 3 August, 
bur. at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, 5 August 1891. Will dated 
7 July 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 1195, 91) 5 December 1891, 
by Anthony Mildmay Julian, Earl of Westmorland, son. 



=Lady Adelaide Ida (Curzon- 
Howe), 2nd dau. of Richard 
William Penn, ist Earl 
Howe; born 12 July 1835; 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 16 
July 1857 ; died at 19 Royal 
Crescent, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, on Sunday, 22 March, 
bur. at Apethorpe on Thurs- 
day, 26 March 1903. Will 
dated 14 April 1897, proved 
(Prin Reg., 686, 1903) 9 
May 1903, by Anthony 
Mildmay Julian, Earl of 
Westmorland, son. 

{See Pedigree of Howe, 
page 140.) 



George Neville John Fane, Lord Burghersh ; born at 8 South Audley Street, London, on 
Friday, 3 September 1858; died at the Marine Hotel, Worthing, co. Sussex, aged i year and 
10 months, on Tuesday, 31 July, bur. at Apethorpe 7 August i860. 



80 



A son, bom 
in Dublin 23 
April 1792, 
died shortly 
after. 



Charlotte Matilda Georgiana, born at Dublin Castle 25 August 1793; died 
in Grosvenor Square, London, aged 28, 24 March, bur. at Apethorpe, en. 
Northampton, 9 April 1822. Adraon was granted (P.C.C. Herschell) 13 May 
1822, to John, Earl of Westmorland, father. 



Julian Henry Charles Fane, bom at Florence, Italy,=j=Lady Adine EHza Anne, 3rd dau. of 



2 October 1827, bapt. there 28 April 1828 ; educated 
at Harrow (1841-43) and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, M.A. 1850, Chancellor's medal for English 
verse; of the Diplomatic Service 1844 to 7 June 
1868; Author of a book of poems and a translator 
of Heine ; died at 29 Portman Square, London, 
aged 42, on Tuesday, 19 April, bur. at Apethorpe 
25 April 1870. Will dated 12 February 1870, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 335, 70) 21 May 1870, by Richard 
Henry FitzRoy, Baron Raglan, the Hon'''' Henry 
Frederick Cowper and the Hon*"'' Robert Dundas. 



George Augustus Frederick, 6th Earl 
Cowper, by Anne Florence, Baroness 
Lucas, his wife, eldest dau. and coheir 
of Thomas Philip, Earl De Grey ; bom 
at I Great Stanhope Street, London, 
on Friday, 17 March 1843; marr. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London, on 
Saturday, 29 September 1866; died at 
Richmond House, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 20 October, bur. at 
Apethorpe 26 October 1868. 



Anthony Mildmay Julian Fane, Earl of^ 
Westmorland and Baron Burghersh, in 
the Peerage of England ; born at Curzon 
House, South Audley Street, London, 
on Tuesday, 16 August 1859, bapt. at 
Apethorpe ; educated at Eton ; Colonel 
Commanding 3rd Battalion Northamp- 
tonshire Regiment, Special Reserve, 
1907, Hon. Major in the Army; served 
in South African War 1902 ; J. P. for 
CO. Northampton ; A.D.C. to H.M. King 
George V. 191 1 ; succeeded his father as 
13th Earl 3 August 1891. 



J.ady Sybil Mary (St. Clair-Erskine), 2nd dau. of 
Robert Francis, 4th Earl of Rosslyn ; born at 40 
Upper Brook Street, London, on Sunday 20 August 
1871 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
Ixjndon, 28 May 1892 ; died at 58 Queen Anne 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, on Thursday, 
2 1 July, bur. at Rosslyn Chapel on Tuesday, 26 July 
1910. Memorial service in the private chapel of 
the Bishop of London, 32 St. James' Square. Will 
dated 30 July 1892, with two codicils dated 15 Feb- 
ruary and 17 February 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 25 1, 1 9 10) 26 August 19 10, by Anthony Mildmay 
Julian, Earl of Westmorland. 



Vere Anthony Francis St. Clair Enid Victoria Mountjoy John Charles Violet Gloria Sybil, 

Fane, Lord Burghersh; born Rachel, born Wedderburn Fane, born born at 13 Hans 

at 6 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, at Apethorpe at 15 Grosvenor Square, Place, London, on 

London, on Wednesday, 15 on Thursday, London, on Monday, Friday, 11 April 

March, bapt. at Apethorpe 24 May, bapt. 8 October, bapt. at Ape- 1902. 

25 April 1893 ; Naval Cadet there 26 June thorpe 18 November 

1905, Midshipman 19 10, Sub- 1894. 1900. 
Lieutenant 1913. 



81 



Priscilla Eleanor, 
born 24 August, 
died 5 September 
1831, bur. in 
Bayswater Burial 
Ground. 



Henry VVeigall of Southwood=pRo.se Sophia Mary, born in London 
House, St. Lawrence, Isle of 5 September 1834, bapt. at St. John's, 
Thanet (son of Henry Weigall, Paddington, London ; marr. at West- 
by Selina his wife, daughter of minster Abbey on Wednesday, 15 
Richard Smith); born 23 July August 1866; edited the correspon- 
1829 ; J. P. and D.L. for CO. Kent, dence of Lady Burghersh with the 
D.L. for CO. Middlesex, J. P. for Duke of Wellington, 
the Cinque Ports. /(^ 



Sir William Henry, Baron Desborough, K.C.V.O., of Taplow=j=Ethel Anne John Francis 

Court, CO. Buckingham (eldest son of Charles William Grenfell, Priscilla, born Henry Fane, 

M.P., by Georgina Caroline his wife, eldest dau. of the Rt. at 29 Portman born at Ape- 

j^Q^bie William Lascelles) ; born at 7 Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, Lon- thorpe, co. 

Square, London, on Tuesday, 30 October 1855; educated at don, on Thurs- Northampton, 

Harrow and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October day, 27 June on Monday, 

1874, B.A. 1879; a Student of the Inner Temple 1878; some- 1867 ; mar- 13 July, bapt. 

time Major 3rd Volunteer Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry; ried at St. there 16 Au- 

J.P. for the counties of Berks and Buckingham, and D.L. George's, Han- gust 1868; 

for the Tower Hamlets, High Sheriff for co. Buckingham over Square, diedatBourne- 

1889; High Steward of Maidenhead, Mayor for Maidenhead London, 17 mouth, co. 

1896-97 and 1897-98; M.P. for Salisbury April 1880 to February 1887. Hants, aged 7, 
June 1886, Hereford 1892, and Wycombe Division of on Thursday, 9 

CO. Buckingham October 1900 ; Groom -in -Waiting to March, bur. at 

Queen Victoria 1882 ; Knight of Grace of the Order Apethorpe 14 

of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; March 1876. 

Chairman Thames Conservancy; C.V.O. 1907, K.C.V.O. 21 
July 1908; has the Royal Order of the Redeemer of Greece; 
Member of Royal Commission on International Exhibitions 
1909 ; created Baron Desborough of Taplow, co. Buckingham, 
in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 30 December 1905. /(\ 



Sir William Francis Henry, = 
Earl of Londesborough, 
K.C.V.O. ; born at 31 Hill 
Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Friday, 30 De- 
cember 1864; Hon. Colonel 
2nd Volunteer Battalion 
East Yorkshire Regiment 
4 August 1900 to 1908, and 
to 5th (Cyclist) BattaUon 
1909; D.L. for the East 
Riding of co. York, Vice- 
Admiral of the Coast of 
Yorkshire; K.C.V.O. 13 De- 
cember 1907; succeeded his 
father as 2nd Earl 19 April 



1900. 



=Grace Augusta, 
born at Ape- 
thorpe Hall on 
Wednesday, 3 
October, bapt. 
at Apethorpe 3 
November i860; 
marr. 1 1 August 
1887. 



John Edmund Philip Spicer^Margaret Mary, 



of Spye Park, Chippenham 
CO. Wilts (eldest son of 
Major John William Gooch 
Spicer of Spye Park, J. P. 
and D.L., by Juliana his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Edmund 
Probyn of Longhope, co. 
Gloucester) ; born at Mouse- 
hill, CO. Surrey, 27 June 
1850; educated at Eton; 
Cornet ist Life Guards 
12 June 1869, Lieutenant 
187 1, Captain 9 July 1879; 
J. P. for CO. Wilts, High Sheriff 
1889. 



A 



born in London 
on Friday, 30 
Septemberi87o; 
married at St. 
Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London, 
2 October 1888. 



A 



Augusta, dau. of=j=John Fane, Earl= 



Lord Montague 
Bertie, ist wife. 



of Westmorland 
{see page yd). 



A\ 



=Lady Susan (Gordon), dau. 
of Cosmo George, 3rd Duke 
of Gordon. 2nd wife. 



John Drummond=j=Susan, born Sir John Lowther, Baronet, of Swillington,=f=Elizabeth, born 



of Megginch, co, 
Perth (eldest son 
of Colin Drum- 
mond, Commis- 
sary-General and 
Paymaster to the 
Forces in Canada, 
by Katherine his 
wife, dau. of 
Robert Oliphant 
of Rossie, CO. 
Perth) ; born in 
1754; M.P. for 
Shaftesbury 5 July 
1786; died in 



1836. 



3 October 
1768; mar- 
ried 4 Au- 
gust 1788; 
died 8 March 
1793- 



A 



CO. York, 2nd son of the Rev. Sir William 
Lowther, ist Baronet, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Zouch, Vicar of 
Sandal, co. York [and brother of William, 
ist Earl of Lonsdale, K.G.] ; born at 
Swillington i April 1759; M.P. for Cocker- 
mouth 1 6 September 1780, Haslemere 

13 June 17S6, and co. Cumberland 15 
July 1802 to 23 April 1831 ; created a 
Baronet 3 November 1824; died 11 May 
1844, bur. at Swillington. Will dated 21 
February 1838, with three codicils dated 
24 December 1839, 19 January 1842 and 

14 February 1843, proved (P.C.C. 560, 44) 
2 July 1844, by Sir John Henry Lowther, 
Baronet, son. /\ 



7 January 1770 ; 
marr. at St. 
James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 4 
September 1790; 
died 1 9 May 1844, 
bur. at Swilling- 
ton. Adiiion was 
granted (P.C.C. 
51, 44) 2 July 
1844, to Sir 
Henry Lowther, 
Baronet, son. 



Henry Fane, born 
in Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 14 April 1771, 
baptism registered 
at the parish 
church, Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey ; 
died 6 March, bur. 
at Apethorpe, co. 
Northampton, 14 
March 1774. 



George Fludyer of Ayston, co. Rutland^ 
(younger son of Sir Samuel Fludyer, ist 
Baronet, Lord Mayor of London 1761); 
born in September 1761; J. P. for co. 
Rutland; M.P. for Chippenham 28 Feb- 
ruary 1783 to 29 June 1802; died at 
Ayston Hall, aged 75, 15 April 1837, 
bur. at Wardley, co. Rutland. Will 
dated 25 August 1836, proved (P.C.C. 
772 Norwich) 11 November 1837, by 
Lady Mary Fludyer, relict, and George 
Fludyer, son. /t\ 



=Mary, born 19 September, bapt. 
at Apethorpe 28 September 
1772; marr. at St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 27 January 1792 ; 
died 27 June 1855, bur. at 
Wardley. Will dated 7 January 
1848, proved (P.C.C. 603, 55) 
31 July 185 s, by George Fludyer, 
son. 



/(/eyo t^^^<^<^^^ 



83 



jflasfeeto of Borcf)ester, to. Moxm. 

Thomas Maskew of Milford, co. Hants, and of Sherborne, 
CO. Dorset (son of Thomas Maskew of Liverpool, co. 
Lancaster) ; married Elizabeth, dau. of Captain Christopher 
Ratsey of Keyhaven, near Lymington, co. Hants. 



Emily (twin witb 
Augusta.,see/oUo7V- 
ing page)^ 4th dau. 
ofJohnBaverstock 
Knight of West 
Lodge, Puddlehin- 
ton, CO. Dorset, by 
Elinor Bulkely his 
wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Humphrey 
Evans, Rector of 
Glanville Wooton, 
CO. Dorset; born 2 2 
September 1817; 
marr. at Puddlehin- 
ton 30 July 1844 ; 
died at Dorchester, 
aged 33, on Mon- 
day, 8 September 
185 1, buried at 
Godmanstone, co. 
Dorset, ist wife. 



i=j=Rev. Thomas Ratsey Maskew, born=j=Catherine Anne, eldest=j= 



8 September 1820; educated at 
Sherborne and at Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambridge, Scholar 
1839, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1846; 
Rector of Swyre, co. Dorset, 
4 October 1856-61, Head Master 
of Queen Elizabeth's Grammar 
School, Dorchester, and Chaplain 
of Dorchester Union 1846-78, 
Curate of Cleobury Mortimer 
1879-81, and of Kinlet, both co. 
Salop, 1881-85, Rector of Thorn- 
bury, CO. Hereford, 12 August 
1885 until his death ; Author of 
"Annotations on the Acts of the 
Apostles," 2nd edition, 1847 \ 
died at the Rectory, Thornbury, 
aged 72, 29 January, bur. at 
Thornbury 3 February 1893. M.L 
Will dated 15 January 1889, with 
codicil dated 15 February 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 573, 93) 2 June 
1893, by the Rev.Thomas Hodson. 



daughter of Shering 
Keddleof Hatchlands, 
Netherbury, co. Dor- 
set, by Ann his wife, 
eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Broadley, 
Rector of Cattistock 
and Bridport, both co. 
Dorset {see Pedigree 
of Broadley, Vol. 8, 
page 8j) ; marr. at 
Netherbury 3 March 
1853 ; died at the 
Grammar School, Dor- 
chester, aged 28, 26 
April 1859, buried 
in the cemetery at 
Dorchester. M.L 2nd 
wife. 



Jane, dau. of 
Thomas Stordy 
of Crossbill, 
CO. Cumber- 
land ; born 3 
April 1833 ; 
marr. at St. 
Pancras', Lon- 
don, 19 June 
i860. 3rd wife. 



Henry John Gilbert=f=Alice Ensor, born at Swyre 



of Salisbury, co. 
Wilts (son of Tho- 
mas Gilbert) ; born 
in 1846. 



A 



25 February 1848, bapt. at 
Dorchester ; marr. at Ford- 
ington St. George, co. 
Dorset, 22 March 187 1. 



Edward Maskew, born at 
Dorchester 5 November 1849; 
of the Merchant Service ; 
died at Christchurch, New 
Zealand, in 1885, bur. there. 



Rev. Arthur Fairclough Maskew, born at Dorchester 
2 February 1854, bapt. there ; matriculated at Oxford 
13 October 1877, B.A. 1881 ; Vicar of St. Leonard's, 
Leicester, 1883-86, and of St. Paul's, Peterborough, 
CO. Northampton, 1886; marr. Catherine Sophia, dau. 
of George Baker of Broadlands, Northchapel, co. 
Sussex. 



Thomas Anthony=f=Emily, dau. of 



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Browne Maskew, 
born at Dorchester 31 
March 1855, bapt. 
there ; Chief of the 
Post Office, Christ- 
church, NewZealand. 



I 
Catherine Emily, born 

in 1880, bapt. at 
Christchurch, New 
Zealand; marr. there 
F. W. Cowper. 



Gerald Arthur Maskew, born 
in 1882; of the Colonial Govern- 
ment ; served with New Zealand 
Volunteer Contingent during 
South African War 1901 (medal 
with three clasps). 

84 



Constance, born 
in 1885, bapt. 
at Christchurch. 



Alfred G. Cave 
of Sherborne, co. 
Dorset ; born at 
Adelaide, Aus- 
tralia ; marr. at 
Hobart Town, 
Tasmania. 



Frances Broadley, 
born in 1889, bapt. 
at Christchurch. 



John Shepherd Maskew of Lyndhurst,= 
CO. Hants, M.D.; educated at Sherborne; 
M.R.C.S. 1844, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1859, 
M.D. ; died at Lyndhurst in 1893. He 
marr. istly Julia Caroline, dau. of Admiral 
Edward Ratsey of Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
by whom he had issue. 



=Anna Maria Barbara, 4th dau. of Sir Edward Poore 
of Rushall, CO. Wilts, 2nd Baronet, by Agnes his 
wife, 3rd dau. of Sir John Marjoribanks, Baronet ; 
marr. 15 July 1872; died in 1899. She married 
istly, 30 November 1848, Stuart Easton Mackechnie 
who died in May 1853. 2nd wife. 



George Fair-= 
clough Maskew 
ofNetherCerne, 
CO. Dorset, after- 
wards of Ash- 
burton, New 
Zealand ; born 
in April 1822 ; 
educated 
Sherborne. 



at 



=Augusta (twin with Emily, 
see previous page), 4th 
dau. of John Baverstock 
Knight of West Lodge, 
Puddlehinton, co. Dorset, 
by Elinor Bulkely his wife, 
dau.ofthe Rev. Humphrey 
Evans, Rector of Glanville 
Wooton, CO. Dorset ; born 
22 September 181 7; marr. 
at Puddlehinton ; died at 
her father's house at 
Nether Cerne, aged 32, 
9 October 1850, bur. at 
Godmanstone, co. Dorset. 



Rev. Henry Edward Maskew= 
of St. Fillan's, Brompton 
Terrace, Perth; born in 1825, 
bapt. at Milford, co. Hants ; 
educated at Sherborne 
and at Magdalen Hall, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 5 Decem- 
ber 1844 ; Chaplain of 
the Forces at Zante during 
the Crimean War 1854-56, 
Rector of St. James', Great 
Dollar, CO. Clackmannan, 

1877-1905- 



=Mary Pauline, only 
child of George 
Devenish of 2 
Victoria Villas, Ford- 
ington, CO. Dorset, 
formerly of Bombay, 
India ; marr. at AH 
Saints', Dorchester, 
CO. Dorset (by the 
Rev. Thomas Rat- 
sey Maskew), on 
Tuesday, 9 August 
1864. 



A 



Harriet Mercia, 
died at Zante. 



Charles Henry Maskew of Glenroy, 
Swanage, co. Dorset ; born 28 April 
1861, bapt. at St. Peter's, Dorchester; 
a Student of Queen's College, Bir- 
mingham, M.B., B.Ch. Birmingham, 
1906, L.S.A. 1897. 



Francis Ernest Stordy Maskew,= 
born 8 February 1865, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Dorchester; died at 
Pigeon Bay, New Zealand, and 
bur. there. 



=Marion, dau. of James 
Raeburn of Glasgow ; 
marr. at Minnedosa, 
Canada, 8 December 
1890. 



Lilian Margaret, 
bom at Dorchester 
in 1857 ; died 17 
September 1868, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Dorchester. 
M.L 



Rev. Thomas Hodson (only son of Thomas Hodson=j=Catherine Anne, born 

of Egoriensk, Russia, by Mary Crossley Lord his 

wife, of Rochdale, CO. Lancaster); born at Egoriensk 

17 August 1850; of Lincoln College, O.xford, 

matriculated 20 October 1869, B.A. 1873, M.A. 

1876; Vicar of The Slad 1883-92, of Charlton 

Kings 1 89 2- 1 906, and of Oddington 1906, all co. 

Gloucester. , 



at Dorchester 2 1 April 
1859, bapt. privately; 
marr. at Cleobury 
Mortimer, co. Salop, 
26 October 1880. 



^^^^^55^;^/^^ 



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jpellotoes. 



Rev. Henry Fellowes, 7th son of William Fellowes, M.D., Physician^ 
Extraordinary to King George IV. when Prince Regent, by Mary 
his wife, eldest dau. of Peregrine Butler of Dungarvon, co. Waterford 
(and brother of Sir James Fellowes, see Vol. 16, page jp) ; born 
in the Island of Minorca 27 December 1774; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1804, M.A. 1807 ; Chaplain to King George IV. ; 
Vicar of Sidbury, co. Devon, 14 May 1813 ; died at Sidbury, aged 89, 
on Thursday, 11 February, bur. there 18 February 1864. Will dated 
5 January 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 315, 64) 4 May 1864, by 
Albinia Bourke Fellowes, spinster, the daughter, and William Henry 
Fellowes, son. 



=Mary Judith, eldest dau. 
of Edmund Fearon 
Bourke of Cromhall, co. 
Gloucester; born 5 Jan- 
uary 1781 ; marr. at 
Littleham, co. Devon, 
10 August 1804; died, 
aged 77, on Sunday, 30 
May, bur. at Sidbury 
5 June 1858. 



Rev. Charles Edward Band (son of Edward Wright Band=j=Henrietta Mary JuliaWilloughby, 



of Wookey, co. Somerset, by Sarah his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Herman Drewe) ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1826, M.A. 1832 ; Rector of Combe Raleigh and 
Vicar of Sheldon, both co. Devon, 23 March 1827 ; died 
at Combe Raleigh 22 October 1878. Will dated 18 
August 1863, with codicil dated 5 April 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 927, 78) 20 December 1878, by Claude 
Delaval Cobham. /1\ 



Bourke, born born in June 

22 April 1806 ; 1807. 

marr. at Sidbury 

4 June 1827 ; 

died 5 January 

1 84 1, bur. at 

Combe Raleigh. 



Frances Mary, dau.= 
of John Rookes 
of Sidmouth, co. 
Devon ; married 7 
May 1835 ; died at 
West Buckland, co. 
Somerset, aged 42, 
7 June, bur. at 
Sidbury 15 June 
1855. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Rev. Edmund Fearon= 
Burrell Bourke Fellowes, 
born 4 June 1808 ; of 
St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1831 ; 
Vicar of Kilham, co. 
York, 1845; <^ied, aged 
81, 16 January 1890, 
bur. at Marks Tey, co. 
Essex. 



Caroline D'Albedyhill, eldest 
dau. of Colonel Christopher 
Lethbridge of the 105th Light 
Infantry; born 25 June 1831 ; 
marr. at St. Sidwell's, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, 2 November 
1858 ; died 14 April 1906, 
bur. at New Southgate, co. 
Middlesex. 2nd wife. 



Albinia Bourke, 
born 2 July 
1809 ; died 19 
December 1 885, 
bur. at Croydon, 
CO. Surrey. 



Augustus John 
Bourke Fellowes, 
died unmarried. 



Charles Henry Fellowes,=j=Rosetta, dau. of Daniel 



1838 



born 26 April 
diedat Bendigo, Victoria, 
Australia, 23 May 1888, 
bur. there. 



Durr ; born in London 
9 January 1837 ; marr. 
at Melbourne, Victoria, 
16 April 1873. 



Isabella Mary Jane, died 
at the Vicarage, Sidbury, 
aged 14 years and 9 
months, 13 September, 
bur. at Sidbury 20 Sep- 
tember 1854. M.I. 



Henry Fellowes of=j=Ethel May, dau. of John Henderson ; 



Canterbury, Mel 
bourne, Victoria ; 
born at Bendigo 23 
August 1874. 



born at Melbourne 20 September 
1881 ; married there 14 January 
1902. 



Ellen Emma, 
born at Mel- 
bourne 1 2 
June 1876. 



William Fellowes, 
born at Mel- 
bourne 28 May 
1878. 



Elsie Doris, born at Melbourne 
u March 1903. 



Harold Ernest Fearon Fellowes, born 
at Melbourne 5 April 1907. 



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Harriet, 6th dau.= 
of John Pendrill 
of Bristol, M.D.; 
marr. at Little- 
ham, CO. Devon, 
2 2 September 
1849; died at 
Nether Wallop, 
CO. Hants, 30 
November 1852, 
bur. there. ist 
wife. 



=Rev. Augustus William= 
Dorset Fellowes, Vicar 
of St. Martin's, Coney 
Street, York, 1838, of 
Nether Wallop 1852, 
and Minor Canon of 
York Minster ; died at 
Sidmouth, co. Devon, 
aged 46, on Friday, 
8 May, bur. at Sidbury, 
CO. Devon, 15 May 1857. 
Will dated 27 January 
1857, proved (P.C.C. 
538. 57) 9 Julyi8S7>by 
Helena Louisa Fellowes, 
relict. 



=Helena Louisa, youngest dau. of the Rev. John 
Morgan Rice of Brighton, co. Sussex, and of The 
Grove, Tooting, co. Surrey, by Elizabeth his wife, 
eldest dau. of William Holmes of Westcombe Park, 
CO. Kent; born at Brighton 3 October 1819 ; 
marr. at the parish church, Charlton, co. Kent (by 
her brother, the Rev. Horatio Morgan Rice, 
assisted by the Rev. Edmund Fearon Burrell 
Bourke Fellowes), on Saturday, 13 October 1855 ; 
died at 6 Red Hill, Chislehurst, co. Kent, aged 85, 
on Monday, 28 November, bur. in the churchyard. 
All Saints', Clevedon, co. Somerset, 2 December 
1904. Will dated 26 July 1890, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 369, 1905) 17 March 1905, by Sir Edmund 
Harry Elton, Baronet. 2nd wife. 

(See Pedigree of Rice, Vol. lo, page 16 r.) 



Florence Harriet Bourke, born at Nether Wallop 30 
November 1852, bapt. there; died at 16 Highdale 
Avenue, Clevedon, 21 July 19 10, bur. in the churchyard, 
All Saints', Clevedon. Will dated 4 April 1907, with 
codicil dated 4 April 1908, proved at Bristol 5 September 
1 9 10, by Ambrose Elton and Emily Sophia Caroline 
Fellowes, widow. 



Lucy Helen Maud, bom at 
the Vicarage, Nether Wallop, 
on Sunday, 28 September 
1856 ; died 28 June, bur. in 
the churchyard. All Saints', 
Clevedon, 3 July 1880. 



Rev. Charles Easther, of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1839, M.A.=i=Marion Jane, bom 
1843 ; 2nd Master of Richmond Grammar School 1839-43, Curate of [ at Kilham, co. 
Easby, co. York, 1840-43, Head Master of Kirkby Ravensworth Grammar 
School 1843-45, and of Beverley Grammar School 1845-78; Chaplain 
to the Beverley Union 1856-75 ; Vicar of Kirkburn, co. York, 1876 until 
his death 10 November 1886. 



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York, 3 June i860; 
married at Langton- 
on-Swale, co. York, 
20 June 1882. 



Rev. Charies Edward Band (eldest son of the Rev. Charies=Caroline Agnes Helen, bom 2 1 



Edward Band, Rector of Combe Raleigh, co. Devon, 
see previous page) ; born at Combe Raleigh 10 May 1828, 
bapt. there; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 22 
April 1847, aged 18, B.A. 1851 ; Vicar of Langton-on-Swale 
1856-98. 



February 1864 ; marr. at St. 
Mark's, Tollington Park, co. 
Middlesex, 31 January 1882; 
died 12 February 1883, bur. at 
Langton-on-Swale. 



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Charlotte Mary Anne, 
born 27 April, bapt. at 
Sidbury, co. Devon, 29 
April 1814; died 18 
November, bur. at 
Woking, CO. Surrey, 24 
November 1903. 



William Henry Cullen,= 
M.D., of Sidmouth, co. 
Devon; M.R.C.S. and 
L.S.A. 1836, M.D. St. 
Andrew's 1837; Sur- 
geon to the Royal 
Dispensary ; Author of 
"A Flora of Sidmouth" 
and " The Climate of 
Sidmouth." 



=Jane Elizabeth 
Butler, born in 
July 181 5; died 
26 August 1 88 1, 
bur. in Cyprus. 
2nd wife. 



Hugh Percy Fellowes, bapt. 
at Sidbury 9 November 
1816; died, aged 8 weeks, 
bur. at Sidbury 4 January 
1817. _ 

William Fellowes, born in 
August 1 81 7; bur. at Sid- 
bury I September following. 



/N 



Georgiana Frances,= 
dau. of George 
Robert Goodin 
Bourke of Sidbury; 
marr. at Sidbury (by 
the Rev. Edmund 
Fearon Bourke 

Fellowes) 7 May 
1844 ; died 4 July 
1855. ist wife. 



= William Henry= 
Fellowes, bapt. 
at Sidbury 
8 September 
1818; died 9 
January 1898, 
bur. at Nevf 
Southgate, co. 
Middlesex. 



=Georgiana Jane, youngest 
dau. of Henry James of 
Ireton Wodehouse, co. 
Derby, M.D. ; marr. at 
Delraglar Lodge, co. Perth, 
19 July 1859 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Sidbury, aged 
20, 16 December 1859, 
bur. at Sidbury. 2nd wife. 



Marion Georgina, of Ivy 
Lodge, Babbacombe, co. 
Devon ; born 23 November 
18 19; died at Clevedon, co. 
Somerset, 15 January 1910, 
bur. there. 

Anne Lucy, bapt. at Sidbury 
I October 1821 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Sidbury, aged 12, 6 
June, bur. at Sidbury 13 June 
1834- 



Bourke Fellowes, born 20 August 1846 ; died=Emily Sophia Caroline, 
s.p. at sea, on board the Pacific s.s. " Liguria," dau. of William Henry 
aged 45, on Wednesday, i April 1891. AdiSon CuUen, M.D. {see above); 
was granted at the Principal Registry 19 May born 17 June 1852 ; 
1 89 1, to Emily Sophia Caroline Fellowes, relict, marr. 27 July 1880. 



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^ari0{). 



Arms on record in ike College of 
Arms. — Argent on a chevron sable 
between ten cross-crosslets six in chief 
and four in base of the last a cross- 
crosslet fitchee of the first a chief 
azure issuant therefrom a sun in 
splendour. 

Crest. — On a rock proper a cross- 
crosslet sable. 

Motto. — ^Justum et tenacem. 



Woodbine Parish of Bawburgh Old Hall, co.= 
Norfolk, 2nd son of the Rev. Henry Parish [^Pencil 
Drawing i?i the possession of Charles Woodbyne 
Parish, his great-grandso?i\ Chaplain and Private 
Secretary to Viscount Townsend, Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland, and of Sarah his wife \_Portrait in oils 
in the possession of Mrs. Frank Parish], dau. of 
John Woodbine of East Dereham, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Rainham, co. Norfolk, 17 August 1768; 
adopted by his uncle, William Woodbine of Great 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, who sent him to the English 
College at Liege (1777-83); joined the Light 
Horse Volunteers in 1794, retired as Major in 
1 8 10; Chairman of the Board of Excise, Scotland, 
181 5; succeeded to Bawburgh Old Hall on the 
death in 1828 of his sister, Sarah, wife of the 
Rev. Richard Turner of Yarmouth, B.D. (who had 
succeeded on the death of her maternal uncle 
Clarke Woodbine) 20 January 1828; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 79, 13 May 1848, bur. 
at the parish church, Hove, co. Sussex. Will dated 
17 October 1845. Portrait by Thomas Phillips, 
Ji.A. {also Miniature), in the possession of Charles 
IVoodbyne Parish, his grandson ; and a Miniature 
in the possession of Afiss Emma Catharine Cubitt, 
his great-great-niece. 



■Elizabeth, only sur- 
viving child of the 
Rev. Henr)- Head- 
ley, Vicar of North 
Walsham, co. Nor- 
folk, by Ann his 
wife (who married 
2ndly Anthony 
Taylor of Yar- 
mouth), and sister 
of Henry Headley, 
the Poet ; born 16 
August 1771 ; marr. 
at Hockering, co. 
Norfolk, 20 October 
1795 ; died at St. 
Leonard's - on - Sea, 
CO. Sussex, aged 62, 
in October 1833, 
bur. at All Saints', 
Hastings, co. Sus- 
sex. Miniature by 
Wilton, in the pos- 
session of Charles 
Woodbyne Parish, 
her grandson. 



Amelia Martha=j=Sir Woodbine Parish of Quarry House, St. Leonard's-on-Sea,=j=Louisa Ann, dau. of 



Jane, only child of 
Leonard Becher 
Morse, Barrister- 
at-Law of the 
Inner Temple, 
Principal Deputy 
Commissioner- 
General of H.M. 
Forces ; born 1 1 
March 1795 ; 
marr. at Nor- 
wood, CO. Surrey, 
17 May 1819; 
died at St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, 
aged 40, on 
Thursday, 22 
October 1835. 
ist wife. 



F.R.S. ; born in London 14 September 1796; educated at 
Eton, entered in 1810; entered the Diplomatic Service in 
18 14, ajipointed Attach^ to Lord Castlereagh in Paris 18 15, 
Consul-General in Buenos Ayres 10 January 1824, concluded 
a treaty of amity and commerce 2 February 1825, Chargd 
d'Affaires 1825-32, when the Government presented him 
with letters of citizenship and a diploma to take and bear 
the arms of the Republic for himself and his descendants, 
"in chief azure a sun rising or"; sent to Naples as Chief 
Commissioner to settle the British claims upon the 
Neapolitan Government in consequence of the sulphur 
monopoly 17 November 1840; joint Plenipotentiary with 
Sir William Temple to make a new commercial treaty with 
the King of Naples 1842, treaty signed 1845; F.R.S. 4 March 
1824, F.G.S. 1832, F.R.G.S. (Vice-President); Knight Com- 
mander of Hanover 1832 ; knighted at St. James' Palace 
I March 1837 ; Author of "Buenos Ayres and the Provinces 
of Rio de la Plata," 1838; died at Quarry House, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 87, 16 August, bur. at Fairlight, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 22 August 1882. Will dated 
29 July 1880. Portrait in oils by Thomas Phillips, R.A., 
in the possession of his son, Charles Woodbyne Parish, and a 
Miniature by Thompson, painted in z8i8 at Aix-la-Chapelle, 
in tfie possession of his daughter. Lady Shuttlewortk. 



/^^nrz^t^^tO S^a/ic^ 



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John Hubbard of 
F'orest House, Leyton, 
and of Stratford Grove, 
both CO. Essex, by 
Marian his wife, dau. 
of John Morgan of 
Bramfield Place, co. 
Hertford, and sister of 
John Gellibrand, ist 
Lord Addington ; born 
28 November 18 14; 
marr. at Leyton 7 ^L^y 
1844; died at Quarry 
House, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, aged 73, 20 
March 1888, bur. at 
Fairlight. Will dated 
24 May 1883. Minia- 
ture painted in 1S44 
by Sir William Ross, 
R.A., with Miss Ellen 
Hubbard, )ier sister, in 
the possession of Charles 
Woodbyne Parish, her 
son. 2nd wife. 



{Pbr issue see page pj.) 



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Chamberlain Hinchliff of Groom's Hill and of= 
Lee, both co. Kent, formerly of Park Street, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, and of Hendon Hall, 
CO. Middlesex (only son of Thomas Hinchliff 
of Wandle Grove, Mitcham, co. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Chamberlain and 
Ann Goodwin) ; born at Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, in 1780; died at Lee, aged 70, 26 
December 1856. Will dated 15 November 
1853, proved (P.C.C. 32, 57) 29 January 1857, 
by Thomas Woodbine Hinchliff, son. 



=Sarah, bom at 
Polstead, co. Suf- 
folk, 29 Septem- 
ber 1797 ; marr. 
there 21 Decem- 
ber 1824; died 
at Lee, aged 62, 
on Friday, 17 
February i860. 



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Eliza, born at Polstead 13 
November 1798; died un- 
married at 5 West Hill 
Terrace, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, 21 July 
1 87 1. Will dated 16 
March 1864, proved (Prin. 
K-eg., 567, 71) 29 August 
1871, by Sir Woodbine 
Parish, brother. 



{See Pedigree of Hinchliff, page 14S.) 



Major-General Henry Woodbine Parish, C.B. ; born= 
8 January 182 1; educated at Eton; joined the 45th 
Foot (Sherwood Foresters) as 2nd Lieutenant 9 March 
1839, Lieutenant 1842, Captain 1846, Major 1856, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1867, Colonel 1872, retired with rank of 
Major-General 25 February 1880; served in the Kaffir 
Campaign 1846-47 (medal), and commanded a mixed 
force of Royal Artillery, Cape Mounted Rifles, two 
companies of the 45th Foot and 900 Zulus detached 
from Natal in aid of the British Resident in the 
Sovereignty, South Africa, 1851-52 (mentioned in 
despatches); commanded the 45th Foot in the Abyssinian 
Campaign 1868, and was present at the storming and 
capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, C.B. and 
medal) ; died at The Oaks, Headley, co. Hants, aged 69, 
on Tuesday, 29 April 1890, bur. at Headley. Will dated 
22 February 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 621, 90) 9 June 
1890, by Charlotte Sophia Parish, relict. 



=Charlotte Sophia, 2nd dau. of Judge 
Henry Cloete, LL.D., Recorder of 
Natal, South Africa; born in 1828; 
married in Natal 5 June 1849 ; 
died s.p. at Kirklands, Headley, 
aged 66, on Thursday, 1 1 October, 
bur. at Headley on Monday, 15 
October 1894. Will dated 13 
April 1893, with codicil dated 7 
October 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 122, 94) 9 November 189^, by 
John Graham Smith, Captain Indian 
Staff Corps, nephew, Helen Lindsay 
Mary Callwell, spinster, and Percy 
Leigh Pemberton. 



Vice-Admiral John Edward Parish, born 3 June 1822 ; educated= 
at the Naval College, Portsmouth ; entered the Royal Navy in 
1836, Lieutenant 4 May 1846, Commander 1857, Captain 25 
March 1863, retired 11 July 1876, Rear-Admiral 31 December 
1878, Vice-Admiral 30 October 1884; died at Beech Hill, 
Headley, aged 71, on Wednesday, 22 January 1894, bur. at 
Headley, where there is a stained glass window to his memory. 
Will dated 4 February 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 360, 94) 
30 March 1894, by Williamina Emma Parish, relict. 



=Williamina Emma, of Beech 
Hill, Headley, eldest dau. 
of William Longman of 
Ashlyns, Great Berkhamsted, 
CO. Hertford, of 36 Hyde 
Park Square, and of Pater- 
noster Row, London ; marr. 
at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Paddington, London, 
23 April 1879. 



Frank George Woodbine Parish, born at Ferndale 
House, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, on Friday, 
3 January 1890, bapt. at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London ; educated at Cheltenham College. 



Dorothy Margarita, born at 2 Stanhope 
Street, Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 
15 September 1893, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate. 



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I 

Henry Headley Parish, born in Guilford Street, Russell Square, London,=j=Caroline Lateward of 



and bapt. at Ley ton, co. Essex, 13 October 1801 ; of the Diplomatic 
Service, Secretary of Legation at Greece, afterwards Secretary to Lord 
Stratford de Redcliffe : died at Ticehurst, co. Sussex, aged 73, on 
Monday, 29 March 1875. Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 29 June 1875, to Thomas Woodbine Hinchliff, Barrister-atLaw, 
nephew. 



Brasted, co. Kent ; 
marr. in 1831 ; died 
at Rome on Sunday, 
5 April 1868. 



Henry Douglas Herbert Parish, born at Brasted Place on 
Saturday, 27 September 1833 ; died at 72 Via Sistina, Rome, 
on Thursday, 8 April 1869. Will dated 16 November 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 488, 69) 6 July 1869, by Emily Robertson. 



Francis Parish, born at Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, 9 May= 
1824; Vice-Consul at Buenos Ayres 1852, Acting Consul 1854-60, 
Consul 1860-64, Consul-General for the Island of Cuba 20 Sep- 
tember 1864, Acting Charge d'Affaires, Buenos Ayres, 1872-73, 
retired in 1874; Chairman Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway 
Company ; died at 5 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, London, 
aged 81, on Wednesday, 2 May, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, after service at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, on 
Saturday, 5 May 1906. Will dated 22 June 1905, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 997, 1906) 2 July 1906, by Margaret Greenlaw Parish, relict, 
Henry Charles Allen and Edward TuU. 



'Margaret Greenlaw, of 5 
Gloucester Square, Hyde 
Park, London, dau. of 
John Miller of Buenos 
Ayres ; born at Buenos 
Ayres 24 April 1839; 
married at the British 
Episcopal Church, Buenos 
Ayres, on Monday, 26 
March 1855. 



Emily, died at Buenos Ayres in 1865, 
bur. there. _ 

John Woodbine Parish, born at the 
British Consulate-General, Buenos 
Ayres, 8 September 1S58 ; died young. 



Frank Parish of Park House,=j=Catherine, dau. of the 



Bradvvell, co. Essex ; born 
at the British Consulate- 
General, Buenos Ayres, on 
Wednesday, 21 September 
1859, bapt. at Buenos Ayres; 
educated at Lancing College. 



Rev. Henry Lettsom 
Elliot, Vicar of Gos- 
field, CO. Essex ; born 
3 February 1872 ; marr. 
at Gosfield 25 January 
1900. 



Margaret Violet, 
born 26 Novem- 
ber 1900, bapt. 
at Gosfield. 



Frank Reginald Woodbine 
Parish, born 6 September 
1903, bapt. at Gosfield. 



Nancy Woodbine, 
born 14 March 
1907, bapt. at 
Gosfield. 



Geoffrey Elliot Wood- 
bine Parish, born 23 
September 1909, bapt. 
at Gosfield. 



Woodbine Parish of^Frances Helen, eldest David Anderson Shennan=j=Margarita Dolores, 



2 Stanhope Street, 
Hyde Park, London ; 
bom at the British 
Consulate, Buenos 
Ayres, 21 September 
1862 ; educated at 
Cheltenham College. 



dau. of George Alfred 
Brittain of Ferndale 
House, Tunbridge 

Wells, CO. Kent; born 
25 February 1863 ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Tunbridge Wells, on 
Wednesday, 2 5 July 
1888. 



of 28 Chesham Place, 
London, formerly of 
Negretti, Argentine Re- 
public (son of Robert 
Shennan of co. Kirkcud- 
bright, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of James 
Macmillan); born 3 June 
1845- /t\ 



born at Buenos 
Ayres on Saturday, 
25 January 1868, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, 
London, 29 April 
1891. 



Eric Woodbine Parish, born at 2 Stanhope Street, 
Hyde Park, London, on Tuesday, 6 July 1901, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London ; educated 
at Radley College. 



Violet Mary, born at 2 Stanhope Street, 
Hyde Park, 2 March 1907, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate. 



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Rev. Stair Douglas (only son of Rear-Admiral Stair Douglas= 
of Ashling, co. Sussex, by Anne his wile, dau. of John 
I'ayne) ; born 22 September 1804; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 December 1822, B.A. 1826, M.A. 
1830; Rector of Fishbourne, co. Sussex, 1850-56, Domestic 
Chaplain to the Marquess of Queensberry ; Prebendary of 
CJates and Canon Residentiary of Chichester Cathedral 1854, 
Vicar of Funtington, co. Sussex, 1856 until his death; died s.p. 
at Ashling, aged 69, on Friday, 8 May 1874. Will dated i No- 
vember 1871, proved at Chichester 10 June 1874, by Maria 
Edith Douglas, relict, and the Rev. William Douglas Parish. 



=Maria Edith, born in Guilford 
Street, Russell Square, London, 
31 July 1803; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Marylebone, London, 
on Tuesday, 1 5 February 1 83 1 ; 
died at Ashling aged 82, on 
Monday, 12 July 1886. Will 
dated 16 1 )ecemberi8S2, proved 
at Chichester 10 September 
1886, by the Rev. William 
Douglas Parish, nephew. 



I 
George Leonard 
Parish, born at 
Buenos Ayres, 
Argentine Repub- 
lic, 10 December 
1825 ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Bengal 
Artillery 1843 ; 
died on Tuesday, 
12 August 1845, 
bur. at Cawnpore, 
India. Monument 
erected there by 
his brother officers. 



Rev. Thomas Hubbard (son of John= 
Hubbard of Forest House, Ley ton, and 
of Stratford Grove, both co. Essex, by 
Marian his wife, dau. of John Morgan of 
Bramfield Place, co. Hertford, and brother 
of John Gellibrand, ist Lord Addington) ; 
born at Egerton, co. Kent, 6 October 
1809 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 22 April 1829, B.A. 
1833, M.A. 1836; Rector of Roding 
Aythorpe and Stondon Massey, co. Essex, 
1841, Vicar of St. John's, Newbury, co. 
Berks, i860; died at Pau, France, aged 69, 
on Wednesday, 27 March 1878, bur. at 
Newbury. Will dated 31 May 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 410, 78) 27 May 1878, 
by Edward Bray, Barrister-at-Law, and 
William Francis Hubbard. 



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=Emily Fanny, born at Buenos 
Ayres on Tuesday, 2 January 
1827 ; marr. at Hove, co. 
Sussex (by the Rev. Stair 
Douglas), on Wednesday, 10 
November 1847; died at 32 
Cornwall Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, London, on Friday, 
29 January, bur. at Newbury on 
AVednesday, 3 February 1892. 
Will datecl 7 September 1870, 
with two codicils dated 7 Sep- 
tember 1878 and 10 March 
i88g, proved (Prin. Reg., 310, 
92) 15 March 1892, by William 
Francis Hubbard, son, and 
Edward Bray, Barristei-at-Law, 
son-in-law. 



Harriet, born at Buenos Ayres 26 
April 1828; a Sister of Mercy in 
the Community of St. John-the- 
Evangelist's, Clewer, co. Berks ; 
died at ^Lanor House, Oxford, 
aged 54, on 'I'hursday, 4 May 18S2. 
Will dated 31 August 1871, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 581, 82) 1 July 1882, 
by the Rev. William Douglas 
Parish, brother. 



Rev. John Marten Cripps (2nd son= 
of John Marten Cripps of Noving- 
ton, CO. Sussex) ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1841, 
M.A. 1844; Rector of Great Yeld- 
ham, CO. Essex, 1843-87 ; died at 
Belleview, Exmouth, co. Devon, 
21 September 1893. Will dated 
3 December 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 884, 93) 13 October 1893, by 
John Marten Cripps, son. 



! 

= Marianne, born at 
Buenos Ayres 1 2 
May 1830 ; marr. at 
St. Leoiiard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Thurs- 
day, 10 November 
1859; died, aged 32, 
on Thursday, 23 
April 1863, buried 
at Great Yeldham. 



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Ven'''' AVilliam Douglas Parish, born 16 December 1833, bapt. at Marylebone, London; 
educated at Charterhouse 1848-53, and at Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1853, 
S.C.L. 1858; Vicar of Selmeston and Alceston, co. Sussex, 1863 until his death; Chancellor 
of Chichester Cathedral 1877-1900, Archdeacon of Sussex; Author of "A List of Carthusians 
with Biographical Notices," 1879, "The Domesday Book in relation to the County of Sussex," 
1886, "Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect," 1875, and other works; died unmarried at the 
Vicarage, Selmeston, aged 70, on Friday, 23 September 1904, bur. at Selmeston. Will 
dated 17 February 1895, with three codicils dated 9 July igoo, 
4 June 1901 and 15 July 1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 1271, 1904) 
25 October 1904, by Charles Woodbyne Parish and George 
Ashley Tyacke. 



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Amelia Martha Jane,^ 
only child of Leonard 
Becher Morse. ist 
wife. /t\ 



=Sir Woodbine Parish of Quarry=j=Louisa Ann, dau. 



House, .St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
Sussex {see page 8g). 



of John Hubbard. 
2nd wife. 



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Nina Louisa, born 

at Naples 30 May 

1845 ; died at St. 

Leonard's-on-Sea, 

aged 29, on Friday, 

28 May 1875, bur. 

at Fairlight, co. 

Sussex. 



George Woodbine 
Parish, born at 
the Villa Catalani, 
Florence, on Satur- 
day, 30 May 1846; 
died at Tonbridge 
School, aged 15, 
on Tuesday, 22 
October 1S61. 



Frances Montgomerie, the=f= 
youngest dau. of Vice- ' 
Admiral Alexander Boyle, 
by Agnes his wife, younger 
dau. of James Walker, Civil 
Engineer; born 12 April 
1854; marr. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, 16 July 
1879; <ii<^<i ^' '7 Prince's 
Gardens, Kensington, aged 
34, 29 January 1889. 
1st wife. 



Charles Woodbyne Parish= 
of 58 Ennismore Gardens, 
Kensington, London ; bom 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Monday, 5 June 1848; 
educated at Lancing Col- 
lege ; F.R.G.S. ; resided in 
Russia 1866-89; Member 
of, and for some years 
Treasurer, of the British 
Factory, St. Petersburg ; 
Member of the Russia 
Company, London. 



Hon'"'' Helen Jane, 
only dau. of the Rev. 
the Hon'''' John 
Sandilands, Rector of 
Coston, CO. Leicester, 
and sister of James 
Walter, Baron Tor- 
phichcn; born 20 Sep- 
tember 1853 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on 
Saturday, 7 February 
1 89 1. 2nd wife. 



I 
Charles Douglas Wood- 
bine Parish, born at 58 
Ennismore Gardens, 
Kensington, 25 Novem- 
ber 1891 ; educated at 
Eton and at Hertford 
College, Oxford : 2nd 
Lieutenant City of Lon- 
don Imperial Yeomanry. 



Arthur Granville Soames= 
(son of Harold Soames 
of Lilliput, CO. Dorset) ; 
born 12 October 1886; 
2nd Lieutenant Cold- 
stream Guards 16 
August 1905, Lieutenant 
21 September 1907. 



=Hope Mary Woodbine, 
born at 58 Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensington, 
2 August 1893 ; marr. 
at the Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Barracks, 
20 December 1913. 



I 
Walter Woodbine Parish of 9 Courtfield= 

Road, South Kensington, London ; 
born at St. Petersburg on Friday, 3 
December 1880; educated at Charter- 
house 1894-9S, and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford ; Associate of the 
Institute of Chartered Accountants 
1907 ; Secretary to Public (rompanies 
in the Argentine Republic. 



=.\udrey Katharine, youngest dau. of 
Sir William Thomas Makins, ist 
Baronet, of Rotherlield Court, Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. Oxford, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Lightly Simpson of 
Gower Street, London; born 13 January 
1S75 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Prince 
Consort Road, South Kensington, on 
Saturday, 28 April 1906. 



I 
Bridget Audrey Woodbine, born 
at Henley-on-Thames on Tuesday, 
13 August 1907. 



David Elmer Woodbine 
Parish, born 27 June 
191 1. 



Dorothy Blanche 
Woodbine, born at 
St. Petersburg on 
Monday, 24 April 
1882 ; died at 
Ligovo, near St. 
Petersburg, on 
Sunday, 1 7 Sep- 
tember following, 
bur. at the Monas- 
tery of St. Sergi, 
near St. Petersburg. 



Francis Woodbine Parish, born at St.= 
Petersburg 20 May 1884; educated at 
Charterhouse 1898-99; 2nd Lieutenant 
King's Royal Rifle Corps 3 August 1904, 
Lieutenant 13 February 190S; A.D.C. to 
Governor General of Union of South Africa 
(Viscount Gladstone), 1910-12; Adjutant 
Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles 
(Territorial Force) 19 13. 



I 

=Dorothy Mary Catharine, only dau. Marjorie Agnes 

of the Rev. Canon Henry Drew, Woodbine, bom 

Rector of Hawarden, co. Chester, at St. Peters- 

by Mary his wife, 3rd dau. of the burg on Wed- 

Rt. Hon'''= William Ewart Gladstone; nesday, 28 April 

born at 10 St. James' Square, Lon- 1886. 
don, 1 1 March, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 8 April 
1S90; marr. there 22 .April 191 2. 



Patrick Edward Gladstone Woodbine Parish, born at Mahableshwar, India, on 
Wednesday, 26 March, bapt. there privately 30 March, received into the church 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Monday, 19 May 1913 (H.M. Queen 
Alexandra stood Sponsor). 

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Sir Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth, Baron Shuttleworth, and= 
a Baronet, P.C. ; born at 19 Duke Street, Westminster, on 
Wednesday, 18 December 1844, bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. Charles Kingsley), 28 February 1845 ; 
educated at Harrow and at London University; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Westmorland, J. P. for co. Lancaster; M.P. for Hastings 
1869-80, and for co. Lancaster (Clitheroe Division) 1885-1902 ; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 1886; Under-Secretary of State for 
India February to April 1886, Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster April to August 18S6, and Parliamentary Secretary to 
the Admiralty 1892-95 ; Chairman of the Royal Commission on 
Canals and Waterways 1906; Lord-Lieutenant for co. Lancaster 
and Custos Rotulorum Pads 1908 ; Hon. Colonel 1st East 
Lancashire Brigade Royal Field Artillery 1910; LL.D. Man- 
chester 191 2; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 26 May 
1877; created Baron Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, in the county 
Palatine of Lancaster, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 
16 July 1902. Portraits in oils of Lord Shuttlewoj-tli at 
Gaivthorpe Hall, by the Hon^'^ John Collier and Sir Hubert 
von Herkomer, also a Miniature by Edward Taylor. 



=Blanche Marion, bom at 5 
Gloucester Place, London, 
on Friday, 25 April 1851; 
marr. at St. Leonard's, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex 
(by the Rev. Canon Stair 
Douglas, assisted by the 
Rev. William Douglas Parish), 
on Saturday, 1 July 1871. 
Portrait in oils, by Professor 
Gordigiani, another bv the 
Hon^'' John Collier, ' R.A., 
also a Miniature by Reginald 
Easton, at 28 Prince's 
Gardens, Kensington, London, 
in the possession of Lord 
Shuttleworth. 



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{See Pedigree of Shuttleivorth, Vol. /j, 
page 166). 



Arthur Woodbyne Parish of=i=Beatrice, eldest dau. of Clement Upton-CottrellDormer of 



Sandhayes, Warmitisterj co. 
Wilts ; born at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea 20 October 1854 ; 
educated at Winchester. 



Ingmire Hall, Sedbergh, co. York, and of Rousham, co. Oxford, 
by Florence Anne his wife, 2nd dau. of Thomas Upton of 
Ingmire Hall; marr. at Sedbergh on Saturday, 9 August 1884. 



Charles Mark Woodbine Parish George Woodbine Clement Woodbine Parish, born 31 



of Sellarsbrook, Monmouth ; 
born at Urmston Lodge, co. 
Lancaster, on Easter Day, 25 
April 1886; educated at 
Charterhouse. 



Parish, born 4 June 
1887. 



August 1888; educated at Charter- 
house and at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated Lent Term, 1907; of the 
Inner Temple, called to the Bar 26 
January 1912. 



William Woodbine Parish, born at Urmston 
Lodge on Friday, 6 June 1890; died 21 
May 1904, bur. at Ganerew, co. Monmouth. 



Frances Winifred Wood- 
bine, born 12 September 
1892. 



Henry Woodbine 
Parish, born 24 
January 1903. 



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CKeviiesWoodbyr\e Parish 



i^arisl). 



Charles Compton Parish of Hemsby, co. Norfolk (youngest son=7-Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Cory 



of the Rev. Henry Parish, and brother of Woodbine Parish of 
Bawburgh Old Hall, co. Norfolk, see page 8g) ; born at Dublin 
Castle I May 1771 ; of the Hon'''= East India Co.'s Service, 
formerly of the Royal Navy, was captured by the French fleet 
in the Mediterranean during the Revolutionary War ; Principal 
Dock Master of the West India Docks 181 4, which post he held 
for 24 years ; died at Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, aged 70, on 
Saturday, 29 May 1841, bur. at Hemsby. Mitiiature in the 
possession of Mrs. Charles Foster of Sotithwold, co. Suffolk, his 
great-niece. 



of Great Yarmouth, by Esther 
his wife, dau. of George Ritches 
of Great Yarmouth ; marr. at 
Jamaica, West Indies, in 1806; 
died at Horsey, co. Norfolk, 
aged 93, on Wednesday, 3 De- 
cember 1879, bur. at Horsey. 
Pastel Drawing in the pos- 
session of Mrs. Charles Foster 
of Southwold, her great-niece. 



Robert Rising of Horsey (only= 
son of Robert Rising of Hor- 
sey) ; born at Somerton, co. 
Norfolk, 7 September 1801 ; 
of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1824, M.A. 1827; 
of Lincoln's Inn, called to the 
Bar 25 November 1S28; Lord 
of the Manor and Patron of 
Horsey; J. P. for co. Norfolk; 
died, aged 83, 8 March 1885, 
bur. at Horsey. Will dated 
17 December 1874, proved at 
Norwich 13 February 1886, 
by Captain Charles Compton 
Rising, R.N., son. 



Elizabeth, born 
13 April 1807 ; 
marr. at Poplar, 
CO. Middlesex, 
1 2 February 
1830; died at 
Horsey, aged 
75, on Monday, 
10 July 1882, 
bur. there. 



Rev. Augustus Frederick Bellman= 
(son of the Rev. Edmund Bell- 
man, Rector of Helmingham, co. 
Suffolk) ; born at Helmingham 
22 May 18 18; of St. Peter's, 
College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 3 July 1838, B.A. 
1842; Curate of Heinsby 1843 
-53, Vicar of Moulton, co. Nor- 
folk, 1853; died at Moulton 
I March 1896. Will dated 3 
April 1893, proved at Norwich 
19 August 1896, by Lydia Mary 
Bellman relict, and the Rev. 
Arthur Frederick Bellman, son. 
He married 2ndly Lydia Mary, 
dau. of Admiral Peter Douglas. 



^Frances Anna, 
born in 1808 ; 
marr. at Horsey 
6 October 1844; 
died at Moulton 
8 June 1858, 
bur. there, ist 
wife. 



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Charles Parish, 
born 26 July 
1809; Architect; 
died in London 
30 July 1889, 
buried in Bromp- 
ton Cemetery, 
London. Will 
dated 28 August 
1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 708, 
89) 9 August 
18S9, by Alfrt.i 
Parish, brother. 



Caroline Hanrott, 
born 21 May 
18 14; died un- 
married at St. 
John's, Bishop- 
stoke, CO. Hants, 
on Ascension Day, 
24 May 1906, bur. 
at Bishopstoke. 
Will dated 13 
September 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
854, 1906) 22 June 
1906, by Thomas 
Alfred Rising. 



Alfred Parish of Guildford, co. Surrey ;= 
born at Blackwall 26 November 181 7; 
served in the Hon'''"^ East India Co.'s 
fleet until the expiration of their 
Charter, afterwards Captain in the 
Peninsular and Oriental Steamship 
Company ; Lieutenant in the Royal 
Naval Reserve ; Nautical Assessor on 
^Vreck Inquiries to Board of Trade ; 
F.R.G.S. ; died at Blyton House, 
\V'eybridge, co. Surrey, 11 June, bur. 
in the cemetery at Weybridge 15 
June 1903. Will dated i June 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 897, 1903) 6 July 
1903, by Eleanor Mary Brandreth 
Parish, relict. 



=Eleanor Mary Brand- 
reth, of Blyton House, 
Weybridge, youngest 
dau. of Alfred John 
Kempe, F.S.A., by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Captain Prior, R.N., 
of Hull, CO. York ; 
born in New Kent 
Road, London, 3 De- 
cember 1829 ; marr. 
at Plumstead, co. 
Kent, 22 April 1S51. 



Major Warren Richard Colvin \\'ynne (eldest surviving son of John Wynne,=j=Lucy, born at sea 
Captain R.H.A.); born 9 April 1843; Lieutenant Royal Engineers 25 June 11 January 1S52; 
1862, Captain 3 February 1S75, Major by brevet; served in the Zulu War 
in command of the Royal Engineers ; died at Lower Tuguela, South Africa, 
9 April 1879. Will dated i February 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 505, 79) 
28 May 1879, by Arthur Singleton Wynne, Captain 51st Foot, brother, and 
George Calkin Andrew. ,/f\ 

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married at Stoke- 
next -Guildford, CO. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 
I February 1S76. 



Edward Victor Leopold Parish, born 24 May 1819 (the Duke and 
Duchess of Kent stood sponsors at his baptism); of the Royal Navy, 
Midshipman on H.M.S. "Tyne"; died, aged 18, on Sunday, 9 July 
1837- _ 

Sarah, died unmarried. 



Harriet Maria, born 18 May 
1824 ; died unmarried at 
Horsey, co. Norfolk, on 
Saturday, 11 April 1874, 
bur. there. 



Harold Swale (eldest surviving=-Alice, born 

son of the Rev. Hogarth John at Tavistock, 

Swale of Ingfield Hall, Settle, co. Devon, 

CO. York, J. P.); born at La 25 February 

Vairie, Dinan, France, 6 Sep- 1854 ; marr. 

tember 1853 ; a Student at St. at St. Mary's, 

Thomas' Hospital, London, Guildford, co. 

M.B. Lond. (honours for Surrey (by the 

Medicine) 1881, L.R.C.P. Rev. Hogarth 

Lond. 1880, M.R.C.S. Eng. John Swale), 

1880, L.S.A. 1879 ; Member on Tuesday, 

British Medical Association ; 5 December 

in charge of Lonely Mine, 1882. 
South Rhodesia, 1912. 



Thomas Henry Baxter of Greenend,=j=Florence, of 

Plymtree, co. Devon (son of Chiddmgfold, 

Thomas Baxter of Woodford, co. co. Surrey ; 

Essex, by Rosetta Long his wife, born at Black- 

of Corringham Old Hall, co. Essex) ; heath, co. 

died at Hayne House, Plymtree, Kent,onWed- 

aged 63, on Thursday, 14 April, nesday, 25 

bur. at Plymtree 18 April 1904. April 1855 ; 

Will dated 14 November 1898, with marr.atPlym- 

codicil dated 10 March 1900, proved tree 11 Sep- 

(Prin. Reg., 724, 1904) 2 June 1904, tember 1884. 
by Florence Baxter, relict, John 
Arrow Kempe and Arthur Algernon 
Warren Wynne. y\^ 



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Major Charles Wellesley Parish, born at sea on Saturday,= 
21 March, bapt. at Charterhouse 27 April 1857 ; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted Scholar 20 January 1869, on the 
nomination of the Earl of Derby, left 14 December 1875; 
entered the Royal Marines as Lieutenant 27 January 1876, 
Captain 1885, Major 29 August 1893, retired 1897 ; served 
in Egyptian Expedition 1882, at bombardment of Alexandria 
and action at Malaha Junction (medal with clasp, bronze 
star); died at 3 Portland Place, Fareham, co. Hants, aged 40, 
on Sunday, i August 1897, bur. at Holy Trinity, Fareham. 
M.L in cloisters at Charterhouse, Godalming. Will dated 
26 November 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 927, 97) 31 August 
1897, by Mary Teresa Parish, relict. 



=Mary Teresa, younger dau. of Colonel 
Thomas Robert Hay Drummond-Hay 
of the 78th Highlanders, by Theresa 
Ann his wife, dau. of Francis Harold 
Duncombe, Lieutenant 79th Foot; 
born at Tangier, Morocco, 24 October 
1864; marr. at Lymington, co. Hants, 
on Thursday, 26 November 1885 ; 
marr. 2ndly at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
7 August 1902, Richard Rising 
Frederick of Aldwich Place, co. 
Sussex, son of George Septimus 
Frederick of H.M. Exchequer. 



Irene Auriol, born at Forton, co. Hants, 
on Friday, 6 January, bapt. at St. John's, 
Forton, 14 Match 1888. 



Gertrude Frances, born 
at Tavistock, co. 
Devon, on Sunday, 
23 January 1859; died, 
aged 3 years and 4 
months, on Friday, 
13 June 1862, bur. at 
Chislehurst, co. Kent. 



William Manfield Rhodes of Hill House, Guildford, =i=Mary Eleanor, born 



CO. Surrey (2nd soia of Charles Henry Rownson 
Rhodes of Twickenham, co. Middlesex, by Margaret 
Lucy his wife, dau. of William Butt of Ryde, Isle 
of Wight) ; born at 7 Orchard Street, Portman 
Square, London, on Sunday, 9 April 1854, bapt. at 
St. Matthew's, Denmark Hill, co. Surrey ; educated 
at St. Paul's School (admitted 18 October 1865), 
and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted i Oc- 
tober 1873, Scholar 1874-77, B.A. T877, M.A. 
1880. 

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at Chislehurst 25 
May 1865, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Chisleiiurst ; marr. 
at St. James', Pic- 
cadilly, London, on 
Mondnv, 20 April 
1885. 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Sable a cross wavy 
enninois between four plates each charged 
with an arrow in bend of the first, Fletcher; 
2nd and 3rd, Argent three bucks' heads erased 
and affronte ermines, BouGHEY, 

Crests. — I, A plate charged with a pheon 
per pale ermine and sable, Fletcher ; 
2, Out of an Eastern crown or the points 
alternately or and argent a buck's head 
ermines attired and collared of the first. 

Motto. — Nee qusrere nee spernere honorem. 



iSou2J)ef) of aquakte, 
CO. ^tafforli. 



Lieut. -Colonel Sir John Fenton= 

Boughey of Betley Court and 
of Aqualate, both co. Stafford, 
Baronet (only son of Sir Thomas 
Fletcher of Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, co. Stafford, and of Betley 
Court, I St Baronet, by Anne 
his wife, dau. and coheir of 
John Fenton of Newcastle- 
under-Lyme); born i May 1784; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 May 1803; M.P. 
for Newcastle-under-Lyme 181 2, 
and for co. Stafford 1820 until 
his death; Lieut. -Colonel North 
Staffordshire Militia ; assumed 
by Royal Licence 16 May 1805, 
the surname of Boughey in lieu 
of Fletcher on inheriting the 
estates of his cousin George 
Boughey of Audley, co. Stafford ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baronet 14 July 181 2; died, 
aged 39, 27 June 1823. Will 
dated 28 September 18 14, with 
eight codicils dated 29 Sep- 
tember 1814 to 26 June 1823, 
proved (P.C.C. 599 Richards) 
23 October 1823, by Dame 
Henrietta Dorothy Boughey, 
relict. Sir John Chetwode, 
Baronet, and Francis Twemlow. 



■Henrietta Dorothy, 
eldest dau. of Sir 
John Chetwode of 
Oakley, co. Stafford, 
4th Baronet, by Lady 
Henrietta (Grey) his 
wife, dau. of George 
Harry, 5th Earl of 
Stamford and 1st 
Earl of Warrington ; 
marr. 9 February 
1808; died at Mere- 
town House, CO. 
Stafford, on Mon- 
day, 22 January 1849. 
Admon was granted 
(P.C.C.) 9 April 
1849, to Sir Tho- 
mas Fletcher Fenton 
Boughey, Baronet, 
son. 



Sir Thomas Fletcher Fenton Boughey of Aqualate, Baronet ;= 
born at Betley 22 January 1809; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 19 April 1826, 
B.A. 1829; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Salop and 
Stafford, High Sheriff for co. Stafford 1832; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Baronet 27 June 1823 ; died at Aqualate Hall, 
aged 71, on Wednesday, 6 October i88o, bur. at Forton, 
CO. Stafford. Will dated 3 June 1858, with codicil dated 
8 June 1877, proved at Lichfield 17 November 1880, by 
Thomas Fletcher Twemlow. 



=Louisa Paulina, youngest dau. of 
Thomas Giffard of Chillington, 
CO. Stafford, by Lady Charlotte 
(Courtenay) his wife, sister and 
coheir of William, 9th Earl of 
Devon ; born at Chillington ; 
marr. at Brewood, co. Stafford, 
27 December 1832; died at 
Aqualate on Wednesday, 10 
December 1879, bur. at Forton. 



Anne, born in 1835 ; died at the White Cottage, Betley, on Thursday, 14 July 1887, bur. at 
Forton. Will dated 25 November 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 675, 87) 26 August 1887, by 
Charles Fenton Fletcher Boughey, retired Rear-Admiral, uncle, and William Fletcher 
Boughey, retired Commander R.N., brother. 



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Rev. the Hon'''"= Everard Robert Bruce Feilding=Anne Henrietta, born at Aqualate, co. 



(youngest son of Major-General William Robert 
JBasil, Viscount Feilding, by Anne Catherine his wife, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Jelf Powys of Berwick House, 
CO. Salop, and of Moreton Hall, co. Chester) ; 
born 30 October 1799; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1818, B.A. 1822, M.A. 1828; 
Rector of Stapleton, co. Salop, 1824 until his death ; 
died at the Rectory, Stapleton, on Thursday, 14 
September 1854. Will dated 22 May 1852, proved 
(P.C.C. 915, 54) 22 December 1854, by the Hon'''^ 
Anne Henrietta Feilding, relict, the Rev. Thomas 
Hunt and William Fenton Fletcher Boughey. 



Stafford ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Thursday, 21 June 
1832; died at Rose Hill, near Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, aged 69, on Thursday, 
21 August 1879, bur. at Stapleton. Will 
dated 9 April 1875, with codicil dated 
29 March 1878, proved at Shrewsbury 
4 October 1879, by William Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, Barrister-at-Law,Robert 
Fenton Fletcher Boughey, Charles Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, retired Rear-Admiral, 
brothers, and Charles Henry Inge. 



Sir Thomas Fletcher Boughey of Aqualate, co. Stafford, Baronet ;= 
born 5 April 1836, bapt. at Forton, co. Stafford ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 8 June 1854; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 1898, and a 
County Councillor (Newport Division) ; Cornet North Salop 
Yeomanry Cavalry, formerly Captain 2nd Staffordshire Militia; 
succeeded his father as 4th Baronet 6 October 1880; died 
s.p. at Newport, co. Salop, aged 70, on Thursday, 30 August, 
bur. at Forton on Monday, 3 September 1906. Will dated 
9 May 1906, with codicil dated 6 June 1906, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1420, 1906) i5 November 1906, by Dame Sarah Annabella 
Boughey, relict, the Rev. Sir George Boughey, Baronet, brother, 
and Rowland Pemberton Liddle. 



=Sarah Annabella, of Sundorne 
Castle, Shrewsbury, only dau. 
of Harold Littledale of Lis- 
card Hall, co. Chester, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Sir 
John Tobin ; born 26 August 
1839 ; marr. at Wallasey, co. 
Chester (by her uncle, the Rev. 
John Tobin, assisted by the 
Rev. George Boughey), on 
Thursday, 25 August 1864 ; 
died in London, aged 74, on 
Wednesday, 1 8 February, bur. 
in the cemetery at Newport, 
CO. Salop, 21 February 1914. 



Rev. Sir George Boughey of Aqualate, Baronet ;= 
born at Aqualate 2 May 1837, bapt. at Forton; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, O.xford, 
matriculated 31 May 1855, B.A. i860, M.A. 1862; 
Rector and Patron of Forton 1863-1908; succeeded 
his brother as sth Baronet 30 August 1906; died, 
aged 73, on Thursday, 4 August, bur. at Forton 
on Tuesday, 9 August 19 10. Will dated 15 March 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1256, 1910) i September 
1910, by Dame Theodosia Mary Boughey. 



=Theodosia Mary, of Aqualate, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Charles Smith Royds, Rector 
and Patron of Haughton, co. Stafford, by 
Mary Ann his wife, dau. of Francis 
Twemlow of Betley Court, co. Stafford ; 
born 7 September, bapt. at Haughton 
4 October 1840; marr. there (by her 
father, assisted by the Rev. Robert 
Boughey) on Tuesday, 20 April 1875. 

(&(? Pedigree of Royds, Vol. g, 
fage 2.) 



Ethel, born at John Wollaston Greene of The Panels, Bury St.= 

the Rectory, Edmunds, co. Suffolk (son of John Smythies Greene of 

Forton, on The Panels, Bury St. Edmunds, by Eleanor Annie his 

Friday, 4 Feb- wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. Charles Buchanan 

ruary, bapt. at Wollaston, Prebendary of Chichester {see Pedigree of 

Forton 2 6 JVollaston, Vol. 12, page 76) ; born at Bury St. 

March 1876. Edmunds i September 1869 ; educated at King 

Edward VL's School, Bury St. Edmunds; admitted a 

SoUcitor October 1890; Registrar of the Diocese and 

Legal Secretary to the Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and 

Ipswich, and Registrar of the Archdeaconi-y of Sudbury ; 

sole partner in the firm of Messrs. Greene and Greene. 

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=Eva Paulina, bom at 
the Rectory, Forton, 
on Sunday, 28 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Forton 
2 December 1877 ; 
married there (by 
the Rev. Charles 
Cradock Twemlow 
Royds) on Tuesday, 
30 July 1 91 2. 



Rev. John Fenton Fletcher 
Boughey, born 6 June j8ii; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 
October 1829, B.A. 1833, M.A. 
1836; Rector of Forton, co. 
Stafford ; died at the Rectory, 
Forton, on Tuesday, 21 June 
1853, bur. at Forton. Will dated 
12 June 1853, proved (P.C.C. 
59°. 53) 13 August 1853, 
by William Fenton Fletcher 
Boughey and Robert Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, brothers. 



Walter Peter Giffard of Chillington=f=Henrietta Dorothy, bom 
Hall, CO. Stafford (3rd son of 
Thomas Giffard of Chillington, by 
Lady Charlotte [Courtenay] his 
wife, dau. of William, 2nd Viscount 
Courtenay, and sister of William, 
9th Earl of Devon) ; born 23 Sep- 
tember 1796; died at Chillington, 
aged 80, on Tuesday, 6 March 
1877, bur. at Brewood, co. Stafford. 
Will dated 19 July 1861, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 473, 77) 2 June 1877, 
by Henrietta Dorothy Giffard, 
relict, and George Holyoake. 



12 August 1812 ; marr. 
at St. Chad's, Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, 7 July 
1836; died at Pendryl 
Hall, CO. Stafford, aged 
77, on Saturday, 17 
August 1889, bur. at 
Brewood. Will dated 
3 August 1887, proved 
at Lichfield 30 Seph 
tember 1889, by Wal- 
ter Thomas Courtenay 
Giffard, son. 



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Louisa, bom 23 
May 1838; died 
unmarried at The 
Derwen, Oswestry, 
CO. Salop, on 
Saturday, 2 April 
1904, bur. at For- 
ton. Will dated 
14 October 1887, 
proved at Shrews- 
bury 28 April 
1904, by Lucy 
Harriet Boughey 
and Selina Hen- 
rietta Boughey, 
spinsters, and 

Francis Boughey. 



I 
John Fenton Boughey, 
born 8 August 1839, 
bapt. at Forton ; edu- 
cated at Sandhurst ; 
Lieutenant 2nd P'oot ; 
died at Alexandria, 
Egypt, 12 July 1867, 
buried there. Admon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 26 
February 1868, to Sir 
Thomas Fletcher Fen- 
ton Boughey, father. 



Commander Sir William Fletcher=Mary Ann 
Boughey, Baronet, R.N. ; born Gundry, dau. 
3 September 1840, bapt. at Forton; of Richard 
educated at Berkswell ; entered the Pearce ; mar- 
Royal Navy 1854, Lieutenant 1863, ried at Ham- 
Commander (retired) 1883 ; served mersmith, co. 
in New Zealand War 1863-64 Middlesex, i 
(mentioned in despatches, medal) ; August 1891; 
in Abyssinian Campaign 1868 died in De- 
(medal) ; succeeded his brother as cemberi9i2, 
6th Baronet 4 August 1910; died bur.at Forton. 
at Southend-on-Sea, co. Essex, on 
Wednesday, 17 April 19 12, bur. at 
Forton. Will dated 19 December 
1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 904, 
19 1 2) 13 June 19 1 2, by Henry 
Fletcher Boughey, gent., and 
Rowland Pemberton Liddle. 



I 
Rev. Sir Robert Boughey of Aqualate, 
CO. Stafford, Baronet ; born at Aqualate 
21 March 1843, bapt. at Forton; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1861, 
B.A. 1865 ; Curate of Stoke-on-Trent, 
CO. Stafford, 1866-76; Vicar of Betley, 
CO. Stafford, 1876; succeeded his 
brother as 7th Baronet 17 April 1912. 



Waiter Boughey, 
bom 7 April 
1844 ; died un- 
married in Aus- 
tralia 3 July 
1885. 



Lucy Harriet, of The Derwen, 
Oswestry ; bapt. at Forton. 

Selina Henrietta, died at The 
Derwen, Oswestry, on Saturday, 
27 August 19 10, bur. at Forton. 
Will dated 27 September 1906, 
proved at Shrewsbury 2 1 October 
1910, by Lucy Harriet Boughey, 
spinster, sister. 



Hon'''' Gerald Spencer Clegg-Hill of Hinstock,= 
Market Drayton, co. Salop (youngest son of 
Rowland Clegg, 3rd Viscount Hill, by the 
Hon'''= Isabella Elizabeth [Wynn] his 2nd wife, 
Sth dau. of Spencer Bulkeley, 3rd Baron 
Newborough) ; born 4 March 1879; served 
with Imperial Yeomanry in South African 
War 1900-1902 ; J. P. for co. Salop. 



=Dorothy, born at the Rectory, 
Forton, on Monday, 21 April, 
bapt. at Forton 25 May 1879 ; 
marr. there (by her father, 
assisted by her uncle, the 
Rev. Robert Boughey) on 
Wednesday, 3 April 1907. 



Mary, bom at 
the Rectory, 
Forton, on 
Monday, 6 Se|> 
tember, bapt. 
at Forton 24 
October 1880. 



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Lieut.-Colonel George Fenton Fletcher= 
Boughey, born 9 September 1813 ; Ensign 
59th Foot I November 1831, Lieutenant 
1834, Captain 1838, Major 1846, Lieut.- 
Colonel (by brevet) 1854 ; died on board 
the "Kohinoor" off Cough's Island, on 
voyage to Hong Kong, 20 July 1855. 
Adiiion was granted (P.C.C.) in May 1856. 



=Matilda Elwin, 4th dau. of the Hon'''= George 
VVeatherill Ottley, Member Legislative Council of 
Antigua; born at Antigua 5 September 1814 ; marr. 
there 16 December 1842 ; died at Cambridge on 
Monday, 29 February 1904, bur. at Trumpington, 
CO. Cambridge. Will dated 22 February 1900, 
proved at Peterborough 22 July 1904, by the 
Rev. Anchitel Harry Fletcher Boughey, son. 



Colonel George Fletcher Ottley Boughey, C.S.L, of 60 Courtfield= 
Gardens, Kensington, London ; born 23 January 1844 ; entered 
the Royal Engineers as Lieutenant 25 June 1862, Captain 1875, 
Major 1882, Lieut.-Colonel 1891, Colonel 9 April 1895, retired 12 
October 1897 ; Lieut.-Colonel Eastern Bengal State Railway Volunteer 
Rifle Corps 16 July 1886 ; served in Bhootan Expedition 1865-66 
(medal with clasp) ; in Afghan War 1878-80 (medal) ; Chief Engineer 
Public Works Department, India, November 1892 ; Field Engineer 
to Koorum Field Force; C.S.I. 21 January 1896; Hon. A.D.C. to 
Viceroy of India; a Light Railway Commissioner. 



=Harnet Rose Amy, 4th 
dau. of Colonel William 
Stuart-Menteth of the 
Bengal Army, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of Colonel 
George Hamilton ; born 
in 1848 ; marr. at Agra, 
North -West Provinces, 
India, 2 April 1872. 



William Arthur Briscoe of= 
Longstowe Hall, co. Cam- 
bridge (elder son of 
Richard Holt Briscoe of 
Old Caynton Manor, co. 
Salop, by Agnes Sophia his 
wife, elder dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Ascough Rickards 
of Cosby, CO. Leicester) ; 
born 23 January i860; 
educated at Harrow (1874 
-78) and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 31 January 1879, 
B.A. 1883, M.A. 1885 ; 
J. P. for CO. Cambridge 
1898. 



■=i=Amy Matilda, 
marr. at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London (by 
her uncle, the 
Rev. Anchitel 
Harry Fletcher 
Boughey), on 
Wednesday, 27 
July 1892. 



Major Duncan Darroch of= 
Torridon, Auchnasheen, co. 
Ross (eldest son of Duncan 
Darroch of Gourock, co. Ren- 
frew, and of Torridon, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of Samuel Philip 
Rickman of Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex) ; born at 5 Beaufort 
Gardens, Kensington, London, 
on Sunday, 9 February 1868 ; 
2nd Lieutenant Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders 22 
August 1888, Lieutenant 2 
February 1891, Captain 20 
November 1907, Major 2 July 
1908, retired 20 August 1910. 



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=Elizabeth Mabws 
(Lizzie), married 
at St. Jude's, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London (by 
her uncle, the 
Rev. Anchitel 
Harry Fletcher 
Boughey), on 
Saturday, i Oc- 
tober 1898. 






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Francis Boughey 
of The Derwen, 
Oswestry, co. 
Salop ; born 2 
April 1848, bap- 
tised at Forton, 
CO. Stafford ; 
educated at 
Berkeswick. 



Colonel Henry Boughey, born 29 April 1850,= 
bapt. at Forton ; educated at Longdon ; Ensign 
74th Foot 27 November 1867, Lieutenant 187 1, 
Captain Highland Light Infantry 1878, Major 
1887, of the York and Lancaster Regiment 1888, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1895, Colonel by brevet i July 
1899 ; Recruiting Staff Officer, Scottish District, 
I April 1892 to 29 August 1S93 ; died s.p. 
at 31 Medina Villas, Hove, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 7 December 191 2, buried at Forton. 



=Maria Loraine, dau. of 
George Yeldham Wilkin- 
son ; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, on 
Monday, 16 January 
1882 ; died 30 Jan- 
uary 1 9 10, buried at 
Forton. She married 
istly, Renton George 
Felix Poynter, Captain 
87th Foot. 



William Fenton Fletcher Boughey, born at= 
Betley Court, co. Stafford, 9 November 1814; 
educated at Shrewsbury and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 November 1831, B.A. 
1835, M.A. 1838 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to 
the Bar 11 June 1839, admitted a Barrister of 
the Middle Temple {ad eundem) 4 June 1845 ! 
Recorder of Shrewsbury 1867-79, Stipendiary 
Magistrate for Wolverhampton 1879-85 ; died 
at Glencairn, Ealing, co. Middlesex, aged 75, 
on Monday, 14 July, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ealing on Friday, 18 July 1890. Will dated 
17 January 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 753, 90) 
15 August 1890, by Caroline Boughey, relict. 



^Caroline, dau. of the Rev. Benjamin Lucas 
Cubitt, Rector of Catfield, co. Norfolk, by 
Emma his wife, youngest dau. of Francis 
Holyoake of Tettenhall, co. Stafford, and of 
Studley Castle, co. Warwick, and sister of 
Sir Francis Lyttleton Holyoake Goodricke, 
Baronet ; born at Bucklesham, co. SufTolk, 
4 December 1839, bapt. there 6 May 1840; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 
on Thursday, 30 April 1874; died at Glencairn, 
Ealing, aged 73, on Saturday, 22 March, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ealing on Thursday, 27 March 
1 9 13, after a service at St. John's, West Ealing. 

{See Pedigree of Cubitt, page 41,) 



Major-General John Boughey of Beechcroft House, Brancaster, co. Norfolk ;= 
born 20 January 1845 ; educated at Wellington College and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst; Ensign 62nd Foot 8 July 1862, Lieutenant 
1865, Captain 1869, Major and Lieut. -Colonel 1881, Colonel in the Army 
1885, Major-General 23 February 189S, retired 8 February 1902 ; 
Instructor in Tactics, &c.. Royal Military College, 1871-75, Professor of 
Tactics 1875-78; Brigade-Major, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1878-81; Colonel 
commanding 62nd (Wiltshire) Foot 1886; A.A.G., Scottish District, 1889-94; 
Commanding 62nd Regimental District 1896-98; commanded brigade, 
Salisbury Plain, 1898; Author of "Text Book on Military, Law and 
Administration." 



Constance Susan- 
nah, 4th dau. of 
John Penny; mar- 
ried at St. Luke's, 
Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on 
Tuesday, 2 1 De- 
cember 1875. 



Ethel Constance, 
born at i The 
Terrace, Royal 
Military College, 
Sandhurst, on 

Thursday, 28 De- 
cember 1876. 



Rev. Percy Fletcher Boughey, born 23=j=Elsie le Strange, 2nd dau. of 



March 1882, bapt. at the Garrison 
Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia ; educated 
at Haileybury and at Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1904, NLA. 1908; 
Curate of St. Peter's-in-Thanet, co. Kent, 
1909, Vicar of Holkham and Rector 
of Egmere with Waterden, co. Norfolk, 
December 1913. 



Lieut.-Colonel William Herring 
of Narborough House, co. 
Norfolk, J. P., formerly of the 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, by 
Jessie his wife, dau. of Colonel 
William Welsby of Liverpool ; 
marr. at Narborough 12 July 
191 1. 



John William Fletcher Boughey, born at St. Mildred's, 
St. Peter's-in-Thanet, on Sunday, 16 June, bapt. at 
St. Peter's-in-Thanet in July 191 2. 



George Menteth Boughey, born 28 March 1879; educated=j=Noel Evelyn, dau. of James George 



at Wellington and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. (jnd-class Classics) 1902 ; of the Indian Civil 
Service, Under-Secretary to Government of Punjab 
1912-13, Assistant Commissioner, Punjab. 



Henry Glass, CLE. ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, i February 19 13. 



I 
A daughter, born at Dharmsala, Punjab, 

India, on Tuesday, 14 April 19 14. 



Richard Fenton Fletcher Boughey, born at Aqualate, co. Stafford, 
12 January 1816 ; died there i June 1823, bur. at Forton, co. Stafford. 



William Charles 
Fletcher Boughey 
of The Mythe, 
Hanwell, co. Mid- 
dlese.x ; born at 
15 Bedford Place, 
Bloomsbury, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 
5 November 1874. 



Reginald Arthur Wolseley Whitestone of= 
31 Fordhook Avenue, Ealing, co. Mid- 
dlesex (son of the Rev. William Arthur 
Whitestone, Vicar of Micheldever, co. 
Hants, by Agnes Sarah his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Clarke, Vicar of 
Micheldever) ; born at the Vicarage, 
Micheldever, 4 May 1869, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Micheldever ; educated at 
Marlborough and at Gonville and 
Caius College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1888, B.A. 1891, 
M.A. 1896. A 



=Henrietta Emma, born at 43 
York Street, Marylebone, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 28 July, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, 30 August 1876; marr. 
at St. John's, Ealing Dean (by 
the Rev. Julius James Summer- 
hayes, the Vicar, assisted by her 
cousin, the Rev. Anchitel Harry 
Fletcher Boughey), on Saturday, 
3 August 1907. 



Matilda Mary, Rev. Anchitel Harry Fletcher Boughey of 4 Cranmer Road,= 

born 10 April Cambridge; born 14 August 1849, bapt. at St. John's, 

1847; died un- Victoria, Hong Kong, China; educated at Kensington 

married 2 Sep- School and Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 

tember 1876, (Wrangler and ist-class Classical Tripos) 1872, Fellow 1874, 

bur. at Heidel- M.A. 1875; Lecturer of Trinity College 1877-1904, Junior 

berg, Germany. Dean 1884-86, Tutor 1886-96, Senior Dean 1896-1908; 

Select Preacher before the University 1883, 1894, 1901, 

1905; Curate of St. Michael's, Cambridge, 1877-78, Vicar 

1878-84, and of St. Mary-the-Great and St. Michael's, 

Cambridge, 1909-13; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop 

of Durham 1904; Rural Dean of Cambridge 1912. 



=Katharine Annie, 
dau. of Isaac 
Samuel Lovell 
of Thornby, co. 
Northampton, by 
Anne his wife, 
dau. of Isaac 
Lovell ; born 23 
May 1853 ; marr. 
at Thornby (by 
her brother, the 
Rev. William 
Faux Lovell) on 
Thursday, 9 Au- 
gust 1883. 



Arthur Pickett Scott of 218 Bluff", Yokohama, Japan (son= 
of Robert Pickett Scott, LL.D., Assistant Secretary, Board 
of Education, by Amy his wife, dau. of William Arnold of 
Fortis Green, Pinckley) ; born at Poplar, co. Middlesex, 
I September, bapt. at St. Matthias', Poplar, 31 October 
1885 ; educated at Marlborough and Scholar of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, B.A. (2nd-class Part i, 2nd-class Part 2, 
Historical Tripos) 1907. 



'Constance Evelyn Mary, born at 
1 1 Harvey Road, Cambridge, on 
Wednesday, 3 December 1884, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Cambridge ; 
marr. at St. Mary-the-Great, 
Cambridge, on Wednesday, 5 
November 19 13. 



Alan Kenyon Smith, of the=Gertrude Mary (Minta), married at St. Jude's, South 

Indian Civil Service, Assistant Kensington, London (by her uncle, the Rev. Anchitel 

Commissioner, Central Provinces, Harry Fletcher Boughey), on Tuesday, 10 June 19 13. 
1902. 



102 



Edward Joseph Smythe of= 
Acton Burnell, co. Salop 
(eldest son of Sir Edward 
Joseph Smythe of Acton 
Burnell, 6th Baronet, by 
Frances his wife, dau. of 
Sir Edward Bellew of 
Barmeath, co. Louth, 6th 
Baronet) ; born 1 1 De- 
cember 1813; married 
28 April 1840 ; died 
s.p. 28 August 1 84 1. 
I St husband. 



=Anastasia Elizabeth, = 
died at Tower 
House, Arundel, co. 
Sussex, aged 76, on 
Thursday, 23 No- 
vember 1893, bur. 
at Arundel. 



=Edward Henry Mostyn (2nd son of Sir 
Edward Mostyn of Talacre, co. Flint, 7th 
Baronet, by Frances his ist wife, dau. of 
Nicholas Blundell of Crosby Hall, co. 
Lancaster); born 14 January 1813; Captain 
8th Hussars; Cornet 12 July 1833, Lieu- 
tenant 1835; J. P. and D.L. for co. Flint; 
marr. at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Spanish 
Place, Marylebone, London, on Tuesday, 16 
May 1848; died at Tower House, Arundel, 
aged 82, on Saturday, 23 February 1895, 
bur. at Arundel. 2nd husband. 



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Edward Harry Fletcher Boughey of Haxby,= 
CO. York ; born at 90 Upper St. Giles', 
Norwich, co. Norfolk, on Sunday, 25 
August 1-878; Naval Cadet 15 July 1892, 
Midshipman 15 November 1894, Sub- 
Lieutenant 15 June 1898, Lieutenant 31 
December 1900. 



"Ethel Georgina Emily, only dau. of George 
Alexander Harrisson, Captain Cameron High- 
landers, by Emily Jane his wife, dau. of Edward 
Henry Cradock Monckton of Fineshade Abbey, 
CO. Northampton, formerly of the Hon**'^ East 
India Co.'s Service, Bengal ; marr. at the Collegiate 
Church of St. Paul's, Valetta, Maha, on Saturday, 
22 March 1902. 



Beatrice, died Patience, born Edward Peter Fletcher Boughey, 
in 1904. 9 March 1908. born 27 November 1911. 



Richard Fletcher Boughey, 
born at Douro House, Wol- 
verhampton, CO. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 30 March 18S0; 
died there, aged 6 months, 
on Tuesday, 14 Septem- 
ber following, buried at 
Wolverhampton. 



John Fletcher Boughey 
of The Mythe, Hanwell, 
CO. Middlesex (twin with 
George Fletcher), born 
at Douro House, Wol- 
verhampton, on Sunday, 
1 1 June 1882. 



George Fletcher Boughey of The 
Mythe, Hanwell (twin with John 
Fletcher) ; born at Douro House, 
Wolverhampton, on Sunday, 1 1 
June 1882. 







Charles Lovell Fletcher Boughey, 
born at 1 1 Harvey Road, Cam- 
bridge, on Tuesday, 10 May 
1887, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Cambridge ; educated at Marl- 
borough and Scholar of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1908, 
M.A. 1912. 



Katharine Clara, bom 
at 1 1 Harvey Road, 
Cambridge, on Fri- 
day, 12 July 1889, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Cambridge. 



Anchitel Edward Fletcher Boughey, 
born at 1 1 Harvey Road, Cambridge, 
on Friday, 6 November 1891, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Cambridge ; edu- 
cated at Marlborough ; Lieutenant 
I St Battalion Cambridgeshire Regi- 
ment (Territorial Force) 1911-13. 



103 



Edward Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, 
born 4 July 1818 ; 
died at Codsall, 
CO. Stafford, aged 
69, on Monday, 12 
September 1887, 
bur. at Forton, co. 
Stafford. Adiiion 
was granted at 
Lichfield 1 1 Oc- 
tober 1887, to 
Robert Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, 
brother. 



Major Anchitel Fenton 
Fletcher Boughey, born 
at Aqualate Hall, co. 
Staflbrd, 4 December 
1819; Ensign 8ist Foot 
30 July 1836, Lieutenant 
12 June 1840, Captain 
5 April 1847, Major 16 
June 1855 ; died at 
Umritsur, Lahore, India, 
8 April 1856. Adiiion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 16 
July 1857, to Sir Thomas 
Fletcher Fenton Boughey, 
Baronet, brother. 



Rev. Robert William Dayrell of=f=Elizabeth, mar- 
Ley Grange, co. Salop (youngest ried 8 June 
son of Marmaduke Dayrell of 1843; died at 
Shudy Camps, co. Cambridge, Ley Grange 8 
by Alildred Rebecca his wife, Novemberi876, 
dau. of Sir Robert Lawley, 5th bur. at Shrews- 
Baronet) ; born 10 December bury. Admon 
1812 ; of Magdalen College, was granted at 
Cambridge, B.A. 1836, M.A. Shrewsbury 11 
1839; Perpetual Curate of August 1877, 
Hopton Monk and Burton, co. to the Rev. 
Salop, 1843-69, Vicar of Betton Robert William 
Strange, co. Salop, 1870-77 ; Dayrell. 
died at Ley Grange 18 Novem- 
ber 1904, bur. at Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop. Will dated 17 De- 
cember 1903, proved (Prin. 
Keg., 37, 1905) 14 January 1905, 
by the Rev. George Thomas 
Hall and Henry Halcombe 
Hughes. /^ 



Robert Fenton Fletcher Boughey, 
born 18 September 1822 ; died at 
Aqualate Park, aged 79, on Satur- 
day, 9 November 1901, bur. at 
Forton. Will dated 29 March 
i886, with codicil dated 21 May 
1895, proved at Lichfield 17 March 
1902, by Major-General John 
Boughey, nephew. 



Vice-Admiral Charles Fenton Fletcher Boughey, born at 
Aqualate Hall 12 December 1823; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy 9 November 1846, Commander 1859, Captain 
(retired) 1866; Rear-Admiral 1883, Vice-Admiral 15 
December 1888; served in the Crimea 1854; died at 
Banavie, Ennerdale Road, Richmond, co. Surrey, aged 
70, on Tuesday, 18 September 1894, bur. at Forton. 
Will dated 11 April 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 1061, 94) 
16 November 1894, by Robert Fenton Fletcher Boughey 
and Francis Boughey. 



Alfred Fletcher Coplestone-Boughey, born at= 
Douro House, Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, on 
Friday, 29 June 1883, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Wolverhampton ; Naval Cadet 1 5 May 1 898, 
Midshipman 15 July 1898, Sub-Lieutenant 15 
April 1902, Lieutenant 15 October 1903, Lieut.- 
Commander 15 October 1911 ; assumed by Deed 
Poll dated 24 May 19 10, the additional surname 
of Coplestone. 



=Mary Cliff"e, dau. of 
Frederick Coplestone 
of Barrel Well House, 
Chester, J. P., by Sarah 
Janet his wife ; born 
22 August 1882; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, CO. Devon 
(by the Rev. An- 
chitel Harry Fletcher 
Boughey), on Wednes- 
day, II May 1 9 10. 



John Fenton Coplestone-Boughey, born at 
Barrel ^Vell House, Chester, 5 February, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Chester, 3 March 1912. 



Cecil Fletcher 
Boughey, born 
at Douro House, 
Wolverhampton, 
on Thursday, 1 1 
September 1884; 
died I June 
following, bur. at 
Wolverhampton. 



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JUUijJlJ^tfUjf-^ 



BAGOT. 

Arms on record in the College of ^^wj.— Ermine two chevrons azure. 
Crest.— Q)^A of a ducal coronet or a goat's head argent attired of 

the first. 
Supporters. — Two goats argent attired or. 
Motto. — Antiquum obtinens. 



iSagot 



Hon"' Emily (Fitz-= 
roy), 4th dau. of 
Charles, ist Baron 
Southampton, by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Vice- 
Admiral Sir Peter 
Warren, K.B.; born 
26 December 1770; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London (by the 
Rt. Rev. Lewis 
Bagot, Bishop of 
St. Asaph), 30 May 
1 799 ; died at 
Christchurch, co. 
Hants, 8 June, bur. 
at BHthfield, co. 
Stafford, 24 June 
1800. I St wife. 



=Sir William Bagot, Baron Bagot of Bagot's= 
Bromley, co. Staflbrd, in the Peerage of Great 
Britain, and a Baronet, D.C.L., 3rd, but eldest 
surviving, son of William, 1st Baron Bagot, and 
brother of the Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop 
of Bath and Wells (see Vol. 13, page i) ; born in 
Bruton Street, London, 11 September 1773; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 2 June 
1788, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
10 November 1791, created Hon. D.C.L. 11 June 
1834; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 22 Oc- 
tober 1798; Fellow of the Antiquarian, Linnean, 
Zoological and Horticultural Societies ; Author of 
"Memorials of the Bagot Family," 1824; died at 
Blithfield, aged 82, on Tuesday, 12 February 
1856. Will dated 22 October 1852, with two 
codicils dated 3 November 1845 and i February 
1856, proved (P.C.C. 268, 57) 15 April 1857, by 
William, Baron Bagot, son. 

{For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to "Visitation 
of England and Wales" Vol. 10, page 148.) 



Louisa Barbara, born in Upper Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 19 April 1800; 
died at Blithfield i January 1801. 



=Lady Louisa (Legge), 
2nd dau. of George, 
3rd Earl of Dart- 
mouth, K.G., by Lady 
Frances (Finch) his 
wife, dau. of Heneage, 
3rd Earl of Aylesford ; 
born 8 March 1787 ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 1807 ; died at 
Pool Park, near 
Ruthyn, co. Denbigh, 
13 August, bur. at 
Blithfield 21 August 
1 816. 2nd wife. 



Louisa Frances, John Newton Lane of King's Bromley=i=Agnes, born at Blithfield 10 



born at Blithfield 
I March 1808; 
died unmarried 
at Blithfield 17 
February 1829. 



Manor, co. Stafford (elder son of John 
Lane of King's Bromley, by Sarah his wife, 
only surviving dau. of Thomas Lloyd of 
Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, and widow of 
Thomas Amler of Ford Hall, co. Salop) ; 
born 4 December 1800; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Stafford ; died at King's Bromley 
Manor, aged 68, on Wednesday, 13 Oc- 
tober 1869, bur. in the church at King's 
Bromley. Adfiion (with will dated 18 
March 1839) was granted (Prin. Reg., 
42, 70) 6 January 1870, to John Henry 
Bagot Lane, son. /|\ 



August 1809 ; marr. there on 
Tuesday, 8 January 1828 ; died 
at the Rectory, Leigh, co. 
Stafford, on Wednesday, 4 
November 1885, bur. in the 
church at King's Bromley. 
Will dated 18 October 1870, 
with codicil dated 13 Decem- 
ber 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 
49, 86) 2 January 1886, by 
John Henry Bagot Lane and 
the Rev. Ernald Lane, sons. 



Charles Wightwick Finch, Earl of Aylesford; born at 15 Curzon= 
Street, Mayfair, London, on Saturday, 7 June 185 1; J.P. for co. Kent, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Warwick ; Hon. Colonel 3rd Battalion South 
Staffordsliire Regiment 4 February 1899 to 1905, and of the 4th 
Battalion 1899; Captain (Hon. Major 1892) Warwickshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1886-96; succeeded his brother as 8th Earl 13 January 
1885. He married 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
16 April 1879, Ella Victoria, youngest dau. of John Ross of Benena, 
and widow of Captain James Wingfield Linton of Hemingford, 
CO. Huntingdon. 

108 



=Georgiana Agnes, born 
at Dover House, Picca- 
dilly, London, on 
Saturday, 22 May 1852; 
marr. at Blithfield on 
Tuesday, 4 February 
1873; died, aged 21, on 
Tuesday, 12 April 1874. 
1st wife. 



Sir William Bagot, Baron Bagot, and a Baronet; born at= 
Blithfield House, co. Stafford, 27 March 181 1 ; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted 1820, at Eton, admitted 1826, 
and at Magdalen College, Cambridge ; Gentleman of the 
Bedchamber to Prince Consort 1858-59, a Lord-in- 
Waiting to Queen Victoria July 1866 to December 1868, 
and February 1874 to May 1880; Hon. Colonel (Queen's 
Own) Royal Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry ; M.P. for 
CO. Denbigh 19 January 1835 to i August 1852; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 12 February 1856; 
died at 34 Prince's Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
aged 75, on Wednesday, 19 January 1887, bur. in the 
churchyard at Blithfield. Will 
dated 26 July 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 394, 87) 31 May 
1887, by William, Baron Bagot, 
son. 






=Hon'''' Lucia Caroline Elizabeth 
(Agar-Ellis), eldest dau. of George 
James Welbore, ist Baron Dover, 
and sister of Henry, 3rd Viscount 
Clifden ; born in Spring Gardens, 
Westminster, 9 January 1827 ; 
marr. at St. James', Westminster, 
on Wednesday, 13 August 1851 ; 
died at Nervi, Italy, on Tuesday, 
22 January 1895, bur. at Blithfield. 
Will dated 28 December 1893, with 
codicil dated 2 October 1894, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 116, 95) 12 
February 1895, by the Hon'''* 
Walter Louis Bagot, Lieutenant 
Grenadier Guards. 



Hamar Alfred Bass of Byrkley= 
Lodge and Needwood House, 
CO. Stafford (younger brother 
of Michael Arthur, ist Baron 
Burton); born 30 July 1842; 
educated at Harrow; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Stafford ; M.P. 
for Tamworth 1878-85, and for 
West Staffordshire 1885-86 ; 
Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion 
The Prince of Wales' (North 
Staffordshire) Regiment 8 July 
1893 ; died at Byrkley Lodge 
on Friday, 8 April 1898, bur. 
at Needwood. Will dated i 
January 1887, with five codicils 
dated 23 November 1888 to 
14 November 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 765, 98) 8 July 
1898, by Michael Arthur, 
Baron Burton, brother, and 
Sir William Chichele Plow- 
den, K.C.S.L, brother-in-law, 
ist husband. 



=Louisa, born at= 
Blithfield on 
Friday, 22 July 
1853, bapt. there; 
married at the 
Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, 
22Februaryi879; 
and 2ndly at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
on Thursday, 28 
November 1901. 



=Rev. Bernard Day 
Douglas Shaw of 5 
Hereford Gardens, Hyde 
Park, London (eldest 
son of the Rev. Edward 
Francis Shaw, Rector of 
Pinchott, CO. Bucking- 
ham, by Mary Elizabeth 
Moore his wife, dau. of 
John Villiers St. George 
of Cork) ; born at Scray- 
ingham, co. York, 10 
July, bapt. there 3 Au- 
gust 1856 ; M.A. of 
King's College, London; 
Vicar of Christ Church, 
Albany Street, London, 
1905- 1908, of the 
Church of the Annuncia- 
tion, Bryanston Street, 
London, 1908; Com- 
missioner to Bishop 
of Mashonaland 191 1. 
2nd husband. 



Constance, born 
at Blithfield on 
Thursday, 19 
April 1855; died 
unmarried at 18 
Greycoat Gar- 
dens, Westmin- 
ster, aged 42, 
on Tuesday, i 
February 1898, 
bur. at Blithfield. 
Will dated 26 
November 1896, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 127, 98) 
19 February 

1898, by Francis 
Alexander New- 
digate, brother- 
in-law. 



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109 



Rev. Hervey Charles Bagot, born at Blithfield,= 
CO. Stafford, 17 December 1812 ; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 March 1831, B.A. 1834, 
M.A. 1836; Rector of Blithfield ; died s.p. 
at the Rectory, Blithfield, aged 66, on 
Friday, 3 January 1879, bur. at Blithfield. 
Will dated 18 July 1873, proved at Lichfield 
28 January 1879, by the Hon'''" Frances 
Mary Bagot, relict. 



^Frances Mary, dau. of Thomas Dicken (formerly 
Dickene) of Barton-under-Needwood, co. Staf- 
ford ; marr. at Bridport, co. Dorset, on 
Wednesday, 16 July 1873 ; died at The 
Hermitage, Ruddington, co. Nottingham, 14 
July 1902. Will dated 2 July 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1034, 1902) 14 August 1902, by 
Christina Hay Harwood, wife of Richard Myrtle 
Harwood. 



Eleanor, born at Blithfield 31 August 
1814 ; died at Elford Hall, co. 
Stafford, aged 81, on Easter Sunday, 
5 April 1896, bur. at Elford. Will 
dated 17 July 1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 445, 96) s May 1896, by Cecil 
Newton Lane, C.M.G., retired 
Colonel, and the Ven'''= Ernald Lane. 



Alfred Walter Bagot, born in Great Cumberland Street, 
Hyde Park, London, 4 April 1816; educated at Eton 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 7 October 
1833, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1839; died at Elford Hall, 
aged 75, on Friday, 19 June 1891, bur. at Blithfield. 
Will dated 8 July 1887, with codicil dated i October 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 822, 91) 7 August 1891, 
by Cecil Newton Lane, retired Colonel in the Army, 
nephew, and Charles Henry Inge. 



Sir William Bagot, Baron Bagot of Bagot's Bromley, co. Stafford, in= 
the Peerage of Great Britain, and a Baronet ; born at Blithfield 
Hall on Monday, 19 January 1857; J. P. and D.L. for co. Stafford, 
J. P. for CO. Derby ; A.D.C. to Governor-General of Canada (Marquis 
of Lome) 1878-84 ; Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 1885-87, 
and a Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 1896-1 901 ; Captain 
(Hon. Major 1890) 3rd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment 
1879-84, Lieut. -Colonel, 2nd in command, Staffordshire Imperial 
Yeomanry 1898-1901 ; succeeded his father as 4th Baron 19 January 
1 887 ; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and of the Linnean Society. 



=Lilian Marie, youngest 
dau. of Henry May 
of Maryland, U.S.A. ; 
marr. at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London, on 
Saturday, 25 July 
1903. 



Barbara, born at 44 Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 
I January 1905. 



Colonel David Murray Smythe of Methven Castle, co. Perth (eldest=[=Katherine Jane, born 



son of William Smythe of Methven Castle, by Emily his 2nd wife, dau. 
of General Sir John Oswald, G.C.B., K.C.M.G.) ; born at Edinburgh 
on Sunday, 17 November 1850; educated at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1869, and at Sandhurst; joined 
Royal Perth Rifles (Militia) 1870, Lieutenant 79th F^oot (Queen's Own 
Cameron Highlanders) 8 May 1874, Captain 1880, Major 3rd Battalion 
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 30 June 1890, Lieut.-Colonel 
in Command 18 November 1893 to 1897 ; served in Zulu War with 
the Natal Native Contingent (medal with clasp); J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Perth. 



at Blithfield on 
Friday, 7 January 
1859, bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 
17 September 1898. 



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no 



Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate of Arbury, Nuneaton, co.= 
Warwick (only child of Francis William Newdigate of Kirk and West 
Hallam, co. Derby, and of Allesley Park, co. Warwick, by Charlotte 
Elizabeth Agnes Sophia his wife, dau. of Field-Marshal Sir Alexander 
Woodford, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.); bom at the house of Field-Marshal 
Sir Alexander Woodford, Royal Hospital, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
31 December 1862, bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 4 February 1863 ; 
educated at Eton and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
Lieutenant Coldstream Guards January 1893 to September 1895 ; 
J. P., D.L. and County Alderman for co. Warwick, D.L. for co. Derby; 
a Trustee and Governor of Rugby School ; Knight of Grace of the 
Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England; M.P. 
for Nuneaton division of co. Warwick July 1892 to January 1906, 
and for Tamworth division since 16 January 1909 ; assumed 
by Royal Licence dated 25 September 1902, the additional name of 
Newdegate. 



I 
^Elizabeth Sophia Lucia 
(Lady of Grace of 
the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in Eng- 
land) ; born at Blith- 
field, CO. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 30 Jul)', bapt. 
there 1 September 
1861 ; married at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Saturday, 
13 October 1888. 



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(See Pedigree of Newdigate, Vol. 7, 
page 54.) 



Major Walter Lewis Bagot, D.S.O. ; born at Blithfield on Friday,= 
22 April 1864; educated at Eton and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 23 August 1884, 
A.D.C. to Governor and Commander-in-Chief of South Australia 
(Earl of Kintore) 17 April to 30 November 1891, Captain 28 
October 1895, Major (retired) 18 October 1902; served in the 
Nile Expedition 1898, slightly wounded at Battle of Khartoum 
(Egyptian medal with clasp, medal); in South African War 1899 
-1900, A.D.C. to Lieut.-Colonel Sir Henry Seymour Rawlinson, 
Baronet, D.A.A.G. for Imperial Yeomanry, afterwards Provisional 
Administrator, Transvaal Postal Services (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with two 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps, brevet of Major) ; D.S.O. 29 
November 1900; Captain Reserve of Officers 28 October 1895; 
J. P. for CO. Stafford ; General Manager Chamber of Mines 
(Johannesburg), Labour Importation Agency. 



=Margaret Jane Caroline, 
youngest dau. of the 
Hon'''«FrederickWilliam 
Cadogan, M.P. (4th son 
of George, 3rd Earl 
Cadogan), by Lady Ade- 
laide his wife, youngest 
dau. of Henry William, 
I St Marquess of Angle- 
sey, K.G. ; born in South 
Audley Street, London, 
on Thursday, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1856; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Saturday, 
6 February 1892. 



Marjorie Olive, Edward Lewis Henry Bagot, born at 
born 21 No- 21 Hans Place, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
vember 1893. on Sunday, 18 October 1896. 



iWoore. 



Arms. —Or a Moor's head between three fleur-de-lis sable. 
Cnst. — A Moor's head and bust in profile between two wings. 
Motto. — Malo niori quam fajdari. 



<i/(rh/yL. f/tcnrf*-^^ 



Charles Edward Moore of the Upper House, Shelsley-Beauchamp, 

CO. Worcester (4th son of John Moore of Callow Hill, co. Worcester, 

and of Lea End House, in Alvechurch, 

CO. Worcester, by Mary his ist wife, 

dau. of John Farr of Alvechurch; 

and youngest brother of John Moore 

of Lea End House, see Vol. 8, page 105) ; bapt. at Alvechurch 

2 November 1794; died at the Upper House, Shelsley-Beauchamp, 

aged 55, on Monday, 2 August 1847, bur. at Shelsley-Beauchamp. M.L 

Will dated 15 April 1847, proved (P.C.C. 664, 47) 23 August 1847, 

by James Moore, son, and Joseph Hallam. 



(For earlier Pedigree see 



'Notes" to ''Visitation of Engla7td and Wales" 
Vol. 8, page 62.) 



=Eliza Hornblower, 
died at the Upper 
House, Shelsley- 
Beauchamp, aged 
58, on Sunday, 
5 December 1852, 
bur. at Shelsley- 
Beauchamp. M.I. 
Will dated 20 
July 1852, proved 

(P.C.C. 387, 53) 

5 May 1853, by 
Joseph Hallam. 



Henry Moore of The Grange,=pSusan, dau. of Arthur William Moore, born at Other 



Leominster, co. Hereford, 
and of Shelsley-Beauchamp ; 
admitted a Solicitor, Easter, 
1851 ; Clerk to Borough 
Magistrates for Leominster ; 
Coroner for Leominster 
division of co. Hereford ; 
died at The Grange, Leomin- 
ster, on Friday, 31 July 
1 89 1, bur. at Leominster. 



Thomas Bradley, 
J.P., by Mary 
Gower his wife ; 
married in 1857. 



Shelsey-Beauchamp ; educated at 
King Edward's School, Birmingham, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted pensioner 4 July 1846, 
aged 19, B.A. 1850 ; a Student of the 
Middle Temple ; died at Shelsley- 
Beauchamp, aged 23, 19 October 
1850. Adfrion was granted (P.C.C.) 
25 January 185 1, to Eliza Moore, 
widow, mother and next-of-kin. 



Ethel, born at The 
Grange, Leominster, 
on Friday, i April 
1859; marr. Thomas 
H. Edwards, son of 
Alfred Edwards of 
Leominster. 

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Henry Andrews of Manor Cottage,= 
Englefield Green, co. Surrey (younger 
son of Charles Andrews of Laysters, co. 
Hereford, J. P.) ; admitted a Solicitor, 
Michaelmas, 1873 ; J. P. for co. Hereford; 
died at 18 Essex Street, Strand, London, 
aged 48, on Tuesday, 22 November 1898. 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 28 December 1898, to Edith 
Bessie Andrews, relict. He married 2ndly 
at St. James', Piccadilly, London, on 
Thursday, 20 October 1898, Edith Bessie, 
4th dau. of Admiral Henry Duncan Grant, 
C.B., of Coombe Lodge, East Liss, co. 
Hants. 



=Alice, born at The Grange, 
Leominster, on Sunday, 16 
December i860 ; marr. at 
the Priory Church, Leomin- 
ster (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Edward Bradley), on Mon- 
day, 30 July 1883 ; died at 
8 The Parade, ^\'orthing, co. 
Sussex, aged 32, on Monday, 
16 January 1893. ist wife. 



Harry Farr Bradley Moore of Fairfield, Knutsford, co. Chester, and= 
of Shelsley-Beauchamp, co. Worcester ; bom at The Grange, 
Leominster, co. Hereford, on Sunday, i8 May, bapt. at Leominster 
i6 July 1862; educated at Denstone; died, aged 46, on Monday, 10 
December, bur. at Shelsley-Beauchamp on Friday, 14 December 

1906. Will dated 27 February 1906, proved at Chester 5 January 

1907, by Mabel Clara Adelaide Moore, relict, and Percy Cowdell 
Winterton. 




I 
Constance Alice, born at Fair- 
field, Knutsford, on Thursday, 
12 December 1895, bapt. at 
St. Cross Church, Knutsford, 
3 February 1896. 



=Mabel Clara Adelaide, 
dau. of C. Cox of 
Bridport, co. Dorset, 
formerly of North 
Shields, CO. North- 
umberland, by Ellen 
Driscoll his wife, dau. 
of Jeremiah Neil (for- 
merly O'Neil) ; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Fairfield, co. Derby, 
on Saturday, i August 
1891. 



Humfry John Bradley Moore, 
born at Fairfield, Knutsford, 
on Monday, 16 May, bapt. at 
St. Cross Church, Knutsford, 
22 June 1898 ; educated at 
Rugby, entered 191 1. 



Ralph Bradley Moore, bom 
at Fairfield, Knutsford, on 
Thursday, 26 October 1899, 
bapt. at St. Cross Church, 
Knutsford, 7 February 1900; 
entered for Rugby 191 3. 



Charles Edward Arthur Moore of Fair Lawn, Leominster ;=j=Emily, dau. of James Hewat, by 



born at The Grange, Leominster, on Tuesday, 29 
December 1863, bapt. at the parish church, Leominster; 
admitted a SoHcitor July 1887, Clerk to Borough 
Magistrates for Leominster ; Coroner for Leominster 
division of co. Hereford. 



Mary his wife, dau. of James 
Thomas Carpenter of Priory 
House, Titley, co. Hereford; marr. 
16 February 1892. 



Mary, born at Fair Lawn, 
Leominster, 20 May 1893. 



Charles Hewat Moore, born 
at Fair Lawn, Leominster, 
19 May 1895. 



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113 



iSicfelej) of JHoselei), to. Maomster. 



Thomas Bickley of Edgbaston, co. Warwick (son of= 
Edward Bickley of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, by 
OHve his wife, dau. of John Doleman) ; born 17 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, 21 July 1776; 
died 14 April, bur. in the churchyard of St. Bartholo- 
mew's, Edgbaston, 21 April 1846. M.I. Will dated 
16 December 1842, proved (P.C.C.) 4 May 1846, by 
Edward and James Bickley, sons. 




=Sarah Newey, born 
8 October 1776 ; 
marr. at St. Bartho- 
lomew's, Edgbaston, 
26 October 1795 ; 
died 29 May, bur. 
in the churchyard 
of St. Bartholomew's, 
Edgbaston, 4 June 
1842. M.I. 



Mary Ann, born in Birmingham 16 
November 1796, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 21 August 1797; marr. 
at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 1 7 July 
18 1 6, John Albutt of Aston-by- 
Birmingham, co. Warwick. She 
died 16 November, and was bur. 
in the churchyard of SS. Peter and 
Paul's, Aston -by -Birmingham, 31 
November 1873. =j= 
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Edward Bickley of Edgbaston ;= 
born in Birmingham 21 January 
1799; died, aged 67, 30 De- 
cember 1866, bur. in the Church 
of England Cemetery, Birming- 
ham, 4 January 1867. M.I. 
Will dated 26 December 1866, 
proved at Birmingham 14 August 
1867, by James and Thomas 
Bickley, brothers. 



=Hebe, dau. of George 
Reading of Birming- 
ham ; born 20 April 
1 8 1 5 ; marr. at SS. 
Peter and Paul's, 
Aston-by-Birmingham, 
9 August 1836; died, 
aged 65, 16 May, 
bur. in the Church 
of England Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 20 May 
1880. M.I. 



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I 
Edward Doleman 
Bickley, born in 
Birmingham on 
Monday, 1 7 March, 
bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 8 Ap- 
ril 1834; died 31 
August, bur. in 
the churchyard of 
St. Paul's, Birming- 
ham, 3 September 
1834- 



James Bickley, born 
in Birmingham on 
Sunday, lo May, 
bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 3 June 
1835 ; died 11 April, 
bur. in the church- 
yard of St. Paul's, 
Birmingham, 15 
April 1836. 



Thomas Alfred Bickley, born 
at Balsall Heath, co. Worcester, 
on Monday, 10 April, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Birmingham, 26 April 
1837; died unmarried, aged 74, 
2 July, bur. in Brandwood End 
Cemetery, King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, 7 July 191 1. M.I. 
Adifion was granted at Wor- 
cester 26 July 191 1, to William 
Bickleigh Bickley, brother. 



Olivia, born in 
Birmingham on 
Friday, 23 No- 
vember, bapt. 
at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 14 
December 1838. 



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Eliza, dau. of Thomas= 
Felton of Birmingham ; 
marr. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 1 8 January 
1827; died, aged 37, 
20 September, bur. in 
the churchyard of St. 
Paul's, Birmingham, 24 
September 1844. M.I. 
I St wife. 



I 



James Bickley of Edgbaston, co.= 
Warwick ; born in Birmingham 29 
September, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 24 October 1803; 
died, aged 82, i November, bur. in 
the churchyard of St. Bartholomew's, 
Edgbaston, 5 November 1885. M.I. 
Will dated 2 February 1881, with 
codicil dated 10 October 1885, 
proved at Birmingham 17 Decem- 
ber 1885, by John Felton Aldington 
and Frank Powell, sons-in-law, and 
Edward Bickley, nephew. 



Sarah, bom 24 April 1831, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham ; marr. at St. Bartholomew's, Edg- 
baston, 4 July 1850, John Felton Aldington of 
Birmingham. She died ii March 1905, and 
was bur. in the General Cemetery, Birmingham. 
M.I. =r 

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'Rosamond, dau. of Theophilus 
Carter of Aston-by-Birmingham, 
CO. Warwick ; born 1 5 October 
1823 ; marr. at St. Bartholo- 
mew's, Edgbaston, 10 June 
1852; died, aged 52, 8 July, 
bur. in the General Cemetery, 
Birmingham, 12 July 1876. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



Rosamond, born 26 June 1853, 
bapt. privately ; marr. at St. Bar- 
tholomew's, Edgbaston, 19 June 
1880, Frank Powell of Gravelly 
Hill, in the parish of Aston-by- 
Birmingham. =f= 
A 



Frederick Herbert Bickley, born in Bir- 
mingham on Wednesday, i April, bapt. at 
St. Martin's, Birmingham, 22 April 1840; 
died, by accident, at Moseley, co. Worcester, 
19 December, bur. in the churchyard of 
St. Paul's, Birmingham, 23 December 1843. 



Clara Isabella, born at Moseley on Thursday, 
15 April, bapt. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 
6 May 1841 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Abergele, 
CO. Denbigh, 7 August 187 1, George Floyd of 
Eccles, CO. Lancaster, son of George Floyd of 
Balsall Heath, co. Worcester. 



Sarah Harriet, born 
at Moseley on 
Saturday, 2 1 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Birming- 
ham, 23 February 
1843- 



Emily Eliza, born at Moseley on 
Tuesday, 13 May 1845, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Moseley, 25 April 1861; marr. 
there 17 April 1880, Isaac Stephenson 
Jones of East Farleigh, co. Kent, son 
of the Rev. Henry Jones of Lisgoold, 
CO. Cork. =j= 

A 



Elizabeth Amy, born at Moseley 
on Wednesday, 30 June 1847, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Moseley, 25 
April 1 86 1 ; marr. there 1 7 April 
1872, Walter Grosvenor Floyd, 
son of George Floyd of Balsall 
Heath. =p 

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William Bickley of Moseley, co. Worcester ; born^Emily, dau. of John Best of Birmingham ; 
in Birmingham 8 July, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 3 August 1807; died s.p., aged 78, 
22 May, bur. in the churchyard of St. Mary's, 
Moseley, 27 May 1885. M.I. Will dated 3 Feb- 
ruary 1 88 1, proved at Worcester 13 July 1885, by Moseley, 12 October i 
John and William Bickley Best, nephews. 



born 18 March 1815; marr. at St. Bar- 
tholomew's, Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
27 June 1833 ; died, aged 68, 8 October, 
bur. in the churchyard of St. Mary's, 

M.I. 



Thomas Bickley of Moseley; born in=j=Harriet, dau. of Joseph 

~ ~ Jones of Wolverhamp- 
ton; bornatWednesbury, 
CO. Stafford, 30 January, 
bapt. at St. Laurence's, 
Darlaston, co. Stafford, 
20 February 18 14; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Wol- 
verhampton, I March 
1832; died 29 June, 
bur. in the churchyard 
of St. Nicholas', King's 
Norton, 3 July 1877. 
M.I. 



Birmingham 13 April, bapt. at St. Philip's, 
Birmingham, 8 May 1809; died 28 November, 
bur. in the churchyard of St. Nicholas', King's 
Norton, co. Worcester, 2 December 1885. 
M.I. Will dated 13 November 1885, proved 
at Worcester 12 March i886, by Clara Isabella 
Floyd and William Bickleigh Bickley. 




^^^L^^:^ 



William Bickleigh= 
Bickley, born at 
Moseley on Friday, 
2 2 December 1 848, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Moseley, 25 April 
i86r. 



=Clara, only surviving dau. of Samuel Charles Henry= 

Biddle of Wolverhampton, co. Bickley, born 

Stafford, formerly of Yardley, co. at Moseley 

Worcester, by Elizabeth Birch his on Monday, 

wife, dau. of Samuel Gunn of 16 September 

Lyndon Green, in the parish of 1850, bapt. at 

Bickenhill, co. Warwick ; born St. Mary's, 

at Wolverhampton 7 May, bapt. Moseley, 25 

at St. Andrew's, Wolverhampton, April 1861. 
5 October 1862; marr. at St. Jude's, 
Wolverhampton, 19 June 1889. 



Elizabeth, born in 
Birmingham 15 Au- 
gust, bapt. at St. 
Philip's, Birming- 
ham, 8 September 
181 1 ; marr. at St. 
Bartholomew's, Edg- 
baston, 31 January 
1833, John Best of 
Birmingham. She 
died at Moseley 30 
March 1895, and was 
bur. in the churchyard 
of St. Bartholomew's, 
Edgbaston. M.I. 

As 

=Elizabeth, youngest 
dau. of George Pitt 
of Birmingham, by 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of Charles Palmer of 
Birmingham ; born 
12 October 1853, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Bordesley, co. War- 
wick; marr. there 23 
September 187 1. 



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Richard Gunn Bickley, 
born at Balsall Heath, 
CO. Worcester, on Fri- 
day, 1 9 June, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Balsall Heath, 
28 August 1 89 1. 



Muriel, born at Balsall 
Heath on Friday, 20 
March, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Balsall Heath, 
29 April 1896. 



Constance, born at 
Balsall Heath on 
Sunday, 26 March, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Balsall Heath, 5 
June 1903. 



Olive, born at Balsall 
Heath on Sunday, 26 
January, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Balsall Heath, 
8 May 1908. 



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3|oofee» 



Arms. — Quarterly sable and argent a cross between four 

escallops all counter-changed. 
Crest. — An escallop sable between two wings expanded argent. 



John Hooke (eldest son of John Hankey= 
Hooke, by Jane Whittaker his wife) ; born 
at Sulhamstead Abbots, co. Berks, 29 
September 1800, bapt. there; died 8 Feb- 
ruary 1882, buried at Great Neston, co. 
Chester. 



=Elizabeth Linton of West 
Wycombe, co. Bucking- 
ham ; born at High 
Wycombe, co. Bucking- 
ham, 29 January 1797; 
marr. at West Wycombe 
15 October 1820 ; died 
28 December 1875, buried 
at Great Neston. 



Thomas Grice (son= 
of Thomas Grice of 
Bersham, Wrexham, 
CO. Denbigh) ; born 
6 May 181 7 ; died in 
Sydney, New South 
Wales, in 1857. 



=Mary Anne, born at High 
Wycombe 28 July 182 1 ; 
marr. at Ysceifiog, co. 
Flint, in 1840 ; died in 
Melbourne, Australia, 17 
October 191 3. 



John Hooke, bom= 
at High Wycombe 
12 December 1822; 
died at Wrexham 
27 December 1855, 
bur. there. 



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=Mary Pilbeam, only 
dau. of Thomas 
Saunders of Caerwys, 
CO. Flint ; bom at 
Liverpool in Decem- 
ber 1824 ; marr. at 
Caerwys 20 March 
1845 ; died 21 July 
1869, buried at 
Wrexham. 



William Saunders= 
Hooke, born at 
Ysceifiog 25 De- 
cember 1846 ; 
died at Highbury, 
CO. Middlesex, 22 
December 1879. 



=Eliza Evans, marr. 
at the parish church, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 28 April 1S75; 
went to Winnipeg, 
Canada, with her 
three children 30 
June 1903. 



John Hooke of 23 Birdhurst= 
Rise, Croydon, co. Surrey ; 
born at Afon Wen, co. Flint, 
10 October 1848, bapt. at 
Ysceifiog; educated at Hurst- 
pierpoint; Citizen of London, 
admitted to Freedom in 1876, 
Member of the Worshipful 
Company of Carpenters, ad- 
mitted to Freedom i February 
1876, and to Livery 7 March 
1876, Junior Warden 19 10, 
Middle Warden 1911, Senior 
Warden 191 2, Master 1913. 



=Avis Frederica, 2nd 
dau. of Richard Cooke- 
Yarborough of St. Anne's 
Villas, Notting Hill, co. 
Middlesex, by Mary 
Utten his wife, only dau. 
of William Easson of 
Baron Hill, Jamaica ; 
bom 24 October 1846; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 
II June 1873. 



William Hooke, 
born in 1876; 
died in infancy. 



William George Hooke, 
born at Highbury, co. 
Middlesex. 



Thomas David Hooke, born 
at Highbury ; died in 
Winnipeg in June 1908. 



Marguerite, bom 
at Pembroke 4 
June 1880. 



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Emma, born at Afon Wen, 
CO. Flint, 8 August 1824; 
died 22 October 1843, bur. 
at Caerwys, co. Flint. 



Thomas Hooke, bom=j=Haruiah, dau. of Thomas Whittington ; 



at Afon Wen 15 
February 1827 ; died 
27 Decembet 1906. 



marr. at Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 
in 1852; died at Deptford, co. Kent, 
in March 1893. 



jane, born 18 July 1853; Thomas Hooke, born 30 April 

married Frederick Ridley. 1859; married istly Louisa, dau. 

=j= of Thomas Horning ; and zndly 

A Jane, dau. of Edward Turner. 



Emilie Isabelle, dau. of George Frost ;= 
marr. at St. John's, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, 23 December 1876; died 15 
October 1891, bur. in Abney Park Ceme- 
tery, Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex. 
I St wife. 



=Thomas Hooke of=Helen Craig, dau. of James 
Birkdale, co. Lan- Hogg of Biggar, co. Lanark ; 
caster; born at born 17 August 1866; marr. at 
Afon Wen, co. West Kirby, co. Chester, 16 
Flint, 6 November December 1909. 2nd wife. 
1850. 



George Thomas 
Symes Hooke, 
bom 17 Novem- 
ber 1877, bapt. 
at St. John's, 
Hackney. 



Francis Edwin= 
Hooke, born 7 
July 1878, bapt. 
at St. John's, 
Hackney. 



=Florence Ellen, Harry Saunders=j=Evelyn Maude, dau. 



dau. of James 
De Castro ; mar- 
ried at St. John's, 
Hackney,in 1902. 



Avis Florence, born 
2 June 1907. 



Douglas Francis Hooke, 
born 14 May 1913. 



Hooke of Mel- 
bourne, Aus- 
tralia ; born 18 
January 1881, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Hackney. 



John Hooke, 
born at Bris- 
bane 5 May 
191 1, died 
18 December 
following. 



of William Badger ; 
born at Brisbane, 
Queensland ; marr. 
there 1 5 March 
1910. 



Thomas Cecil 
Symes Hooke, 
born at Brisbane 
3 November 
1912. 



Rev. Francis Edward Yarborough Hooke, born at St. Peter's=|=Madeline, elder dau. of 



Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 8 September 1875, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Croydon ; of Keble College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1895, B.A. 1898, M.A. 1901; Curate of All Saints', South 
Acton, CO. Middlesex, 1899-1901, and of Romsey, co. Hants, 
1901-1906, Missionary and Sub-Warden of St. Paul's Hostel, 
Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 1906-1907, Hon. Chaplain of 
Missions to Seamen for Port of Delagoa Bay and Priest-in-Charge 
of Lorenzo Marques, Portuguese East Africa, 1907-1909, Curate of 
Houghton, CO. Hants, 1910-12, Vicar of Hythe, co. Hants, 1912. 



Dr.Charles Henry Furnivall 
of Acton, CO. Middlesex, 
by Lucy Frances Nodes 
his wife, dau. of Dr. John 
Eager; born 16 March 
1882 ; marr. at All Saints', 
South Acton, on Wednes- 
day, 18 October 191 1. 



Richard Nicolas Hooke, born at Hythe 
I January, bapt. there 31 January 1913. 



iiS 



Edward Hooke, born at Afon Wen, co. Flint, 8 May=j-Fanny, youngest dau. of William 



1829, bapt. at Caerwys, co. Flint ; died at Rose Ville, 
Oxton, CO. Chester, 17 April 1866, bur. at Woodchurch, 
CO. Chester. Will dated 24 February 1866, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 316, 66) 31 May 1866, by John Hooke, father, 
and Edward Browne Hooke, uncle. 



Pitt of Oxton ; bom 1 1 February 
1836 ; marr. at Woodchurch 24 July 
1855. She married 2ndly in 1867, 
William Pritchard of Great Neston, 
CO. Chester. 



William Finlay Somerville of Chaseley, Amside=j=Fanny Elizabeth, born at Rose Ville, 
Road, Oxton (son of Howard Clifton Somerville 1 Oxton, 26 May, bapt. at Oxton 22 June 
of Liverpool); born at Liverpool 22 May 1859; 1856; marr. at Great Neston 11 October 
Fellow Institute of Actuaries. I 1879. 

As 



Rosena Clara, dau. of William=i=Edward Hooke,= 



Whitehouse ; married at Birming- 
ham 14 February 1876 ; died in 
November 1882. ist wife. 



Minnie, born 27 
November 1876. 



born at Bersham, 
CO. Denbigh, 4 
August 1853. 



=Fanny Taylor, 
married at Bir- 
mingham in 
1884; died 12 
October 191 3. 
2nd wife. 



I. 
Edwin Hooke, bom 
at Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh, in No- 
vember 1855 ; died 
there the same year. 



I III 

Arthur Edward Hooke, George Henry Hooke, John Harold Hooke, Edwin Victor Hooke, 
bom 7 November 1885. born 27 May 1887. born 25 March 1S97. born i June 1901. 



John Hankey Hooke, born 9 July 1882, 
bapt. at St. John's, Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex ; died in Mexico City, Mexico, 29 
September 1910, bur. in the American 
Cemetery there. 



James Valentine Hooke, 
born 9 June 1884, bapt. 
privately at St. Philip's 
College, Margate, co. 
Kent. 



Fanny Symes, born 
23 July 1885, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, 11 
September 1892. 



Walter Walmesley White of= 
Giiimar, Teneriffe, Canary 
Islands (only son of the 
Rev. William Walmesley 
White) ; born 15 September 
1875 ; of Keble College, 
O.xford, B.A. 1897, M.A. 
1902. 



=Mary Avis, born at St. Peter's Road, Croydon, on Tuesday, 24 
July 1877, bapt. at St. Peter's, Croydon; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Croydon, on Saturday, 17 August 1907 ; died at Giiimar, Teneriffe, 
on Tuesday, 7 January 1908, bur. at Santa Cruz, Teneriffe. She 
married isdy at St. Peter's, Croydon, on Tuesday, 10 June 1902, 
Pearson John Stutchbury (2nd son of \\'illiam Stutchbury of Bristol, 
CO. Gloucester); marriage dissolved in 1903. 



119 



David WilIiams=Eliza, born at Afon Wen, Jane, born at Afon Wen 

of West Kirby, co. Flint, 30 April 1831; 24 April 1833; died 21 

CO. Chester, marr. at St. David's, Liver- May 1896, bur. at West 

son of David pool, 3 June 1882. Kirby. 
^\'illiams. 



Elizabeth Linton, 
born at Afon 
Wen 13 February 
1835- 



Edward William Hooke of 552 Riverside Drive, New= 
York City, U.S.A. ; born at Rose Ville, Oxton, co. 
Chester, 10 July, bapt. at Oxton i August 1858 ; 
educated at Liverpool College and at the University of 
the State of New York, graduated 16 December 1896; 
Fellow American Association of Accountants ; admitted 
to Citizenship in the U.S.A. 13 July 1893. 



=Ethel May, eldest 
dau. of Everett 
Wagoner of Lake 
Hill,UlsterCounty, 
New York ; born 
at Lake Hill 8 
February 1868 ; 
marr. at Ascension 
Memorial Chapel, 
New York City, 29 
November 1888. 



Thomas Edwin 
Hooke, born 
at Rose Ville, 
Oxton, 4 Jan- 
uary 1 861; died 
5 January, bur. 
at Woodchurch 
8 January 1862. 



John Clement Hooke, 
born at 3 St. Ann's 
Villas, Netting Hill, 
London, onWednesday, 
14 May 1879, bapt. 
at St. John's, Holland 
Road, Kensington, 
London ; educated at 
Hurstpierpoint. 



Utten Lamont Hooke of 68 Park= 
Road, Croydon, co. Surrey; born 
at Elmsdale, St. Peter's Road, 
Croydon, on Monday, 7 March 
1881, bapt. at St. Peter's, Croy- 
don; educated at Hurstpierpoint; 
Citizen of London, admitted to 
Freedom in September 1906; of 
the Worshipful Company of 
Carpenters, admitted to Freedom 
9 January 1906, and to Livery 
3 July 1906. 



=Enid Ayesha, only dau. of Wynd- 
ham Brodie of Wylde Green, co. 
Warwick, by Ayesha Mary his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. H. Jones 
of Carmarthen ; born at Jagers- 
fontein. South Africa, 5 October 
1889 ; marr. at Bolmere, co. 
Warwick (by the Rev. Francis 
Edward Yarborough Hooke), on 
Tuesday, 4 June 19 12. 



Alice Winifred, 
born at St. Peter's 
Road, Croydon, 
on Wednesday, 
19 July 1882, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Croydon. 



Charles Edmund Lucas= 
Crowley of Croydon 
(eldest son of Abraham 
Charles Crowley of Croy- 
don) ; born 14 March 
1876, bapt. at the parish 
church, Alton, co. Hants ; 
educated at Wimborne 
Grammar School. 



=Beatrice Cicely, born at 
Croydon 9 May 1884, 
bapt. at Si. Peter's, 
Croydon ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Croydon (by 
her brother, the Rev. 
Francis Edward Yar- 
borough Hooke), on 
Monday, 11 July 1904. 



Phyllis Ethel, born 
at 23 Birdhurst 
Rise, Croydon, on 
Friday, 17 October 
1890, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Croydon. 



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laaollaston of ^Ijenton. 
to. Eettester. 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Argent three mullets sable pierced of the 
field. 

Crist. — Issuant from a mural crown or 
a demi-griffin segreant argent holding a 
mullet as in the arms. 

Mollo. — Ne quid falsi. 



Rev. Henry John Wollaston (youngest= 
son of the Rev. Frederick Wollaston, 
LL.L)., Prebendary of Peterborough, 
by Priscilla his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Drewry Ottley of St. Kitts, West 
Indies) ; born 13 August, bapt. at 
St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 27 September 1770; educated 
at Bury St. Edmunds and at Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge, admitted 
25 June 1788, B.A. (14th Wrangler) 
1792, M.A. (St. Catharine's) 1795; 
appointed a Chaplain-in-Ordinary to 
the King 1797, Rector of Paston, co. 
Northampton, 22 January 1800, and 
of Scotter, co. Lincoln, 5 August 
1803; died at Scotter, aged 63, 27 
October, bur. there 4 November 1833. 
Will dated 24 March 1829, proved 
(P.C.C. 128 Teignmouth) 22 February 
1 834, by Frederick William Wollaston 
and Charles Wollaston, brothers. 

{For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to 
"Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. 10, page 85). 



^Louisa, 2nd dau. 
of William Symons 
of Bury St. Ed- 
munds, by Cathe- 
rine his wife ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
5 July 1803, 
marriage licence 
(Sudbury) dated 4 
July, then aged 19; 
died at Scotter 
Rectory, aged 49, 
10 April, bur. 
at Scotter, co. 
Lincoln, 17 April 
1833- 



Major Frederick Wollaston of Shenton=j=Josette Eliza Jane, 



Hall, CO. Leicester ; born at Bury St 
Edmunds 19 July 1804; educated at 
Repton ; Cornet 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons 22 July 1825, Lieutenant 1826, 
Captain 1831, Major 28 July 1843 
(retired); J. P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, 
High Sheriff for co. Lincoln 1853, and 
for CO. Leicester 1854; Knight Com- 
mander of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England 8 July 
1857 ; died at Shenton Hall, aged 74, 
on Saturday, 31 May 1879, bur. at 
Shenton. Will dated 21 November 
1872, with two codicils dated 23 May 
1877 and 19 November 1877, proved at 
Leicester 20 June 1879, by Edward 
Ottley Wollaston, brother. 



only child and heir 
of Admiral Sir 
Alexander Dundas 
Young Arbuthnott, 
K.C.B., Gentleman of 
the Privy Chamber 
to Queen Victoria, 
by Catherine Maria 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Eustace; 
marr. at Clungunford, 
CO. Salop (by the Rev. 
Henry John Wollas- 
ton), on Monday, 15 
April 1850. 



Rev. Henry John Wollaston 
of Withington, co. Glou- 
cester ; born at Lincoln 
4 August 1805 ; of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1829, Rector of Byfield, 
CO. Northampton ; died at 
6 Royal Parade, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 64, on 
Saturday, 23 January 1869. 
Will dated 5 June 1868, with 
codicil dated 16 November 
1868, proved at Gloucester 
13 February 1869, by Edward 
Ottley Wollaston, brother. 



Richard Hanmer of Sheepy Lodge, co. Leicester (5th son of= 
the Rev. Henry Hanmer, Rector of Grendon, co. Warwick, 
by Sybella Elizabeth his wife, dau. of George Gordon of 
Olveston and Wincombe, co. Wilts) ; born at Grendon 
21 April 1859, bapt. there ; J. P. for co. Leicester 1903. 



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Catherine Alicia Louisa, born at 
Shenton Hall 23 November 1851, 
bapt. at Shenton ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
22 July 1890. 



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Lieut.-Colonel Charles Wollaston=Katharine Maria, eldest dau. of Sir Robert George Charl- 
of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk; Affleck of Dalham Hall, co. Suffolk, 6th tonWoUaston, 



born at Lincoln i8 October 1806; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 October 1823, 
Scholar 1823-26; Cornet 8th 
Bengal Light Cavalry 15 March 
1826, Lieutenant i February 
1836, Captain 15 March 1841 ; 
Assistant Superintendent (Stud 
Department) 7 July 1843; died at 
112 Northgate Street, Bury St. 
Edmunds, aged 75, on Friday, 
13 January 1882. Will dated 26 
October 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
158, 82) 8 February 1882, by 
Edward Ottley Wollaston, brother, 
and Waldyve Alexander Hamilton 
Martin. 



Baronet, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff for born at Lin- 
co. Suffolk, by Maria Emily his wife, eldest coin 29 De- 
dau. of Edmund Burton of Churchill, co. cemberi8o7; 
Northampton ; marr. at All Souls', Langham died at Scot- 
Place, London, on Thursday, 11 July 1878; ter, co. Lin- 
died at the Hotel des Alpes, Territet, Switzer- coin, aged 1 1, 
land, on Saturday, 26 January 1895. Will 29 Decem- 
dated 25 March 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., ber, bur. there 
137. 9S) 18 February 1895, by Richard 31 December 
Frewen, husband. She married 2ndly at 18 18. 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 21 
March 1891, Richard Frewen of Castle View, 
Innishannon, co. Cork (4th son of Thomas 
Frewen of Brickwall, co. Sussex) ; died, 
aged 44, washed from the deck of the yacht 
"Florinda,"off Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 
on Monday, 17 August 1896. 



I 
Rev. Henry Frederick Hutton (3rd son of=j=Louisa, born at 

Scotter Parson- 
age 7 December 
1808; married 
at Byfield, co. 
Northampton, 25 
November 1834 ; 
died at Sprid- 
lington Rectory, 
aged 72, on Sun- 
day, 10 July 
1 88 1, buried at 
Spridlington. 



William Hutton of Gate Burton, co. Lincoln, 
by Mary Anne his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas 
Tweed Pyke of Baythorne Park, co. Essex) ; 
born at Gate Burton 8 August, bapt. there 
10 August 1810 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 June 1828, B.A. 1832, M.A. 
1855 ; Rector of Gate Burton 1834, of Knaith, 
and of Spridlington, co. Lincoln, 1841, Rural 
Dean; died at Spridlington, aged 63, 16 July, 
bur. there 19 July 1873. Will dated 9 March 
1844, with two codicils dated 22 April 1869 
and 28 July 1869, proved at Lincoln 9 Sep- 
tember 1873, by Rev. Henry Wollaston Hutton 
and Rev. Vernon Wollaston Hutton, sons. 



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.1 I 
William Wollaston, born 
at Scotter Parsonage 2 
March 1810, bapt. there 
the next day; Ensign 57th 
Bengal Native Infantry 15 
April 1826; died at Mhow, 
India, aged 21, 3 July 
1831. _ 

Charlton James Wollaston, 
born at Scotter Parsonage 
II August 181 1, bapt. 
there the same day ; died 
at Scotter, aged 7, 26 
September, bur. there 28 
September 18 18. 



I 
Frederick Eustace Arbuthnott Wollaston= 
of Shenton Hall, co. Leicester ; born 
at Shenton Hall on Tuesday, 21 June 
1853, bapt. at Shenton; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1872 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for CO. Leicester; Lieutenant 
2nd Dragoon Guards. 



•Annie, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Hargreaves of Arborfield, 
CO. Berks, J. P. for co. Berks, 
High Sheriff, by Sarah his 
wife, sth dau. of Washington 
Jackson of Liverpool ; marr. 
at Arborfield 18 December 
1877. 



I 
Josephine Elizabeth 
Arbuthnott, born at 
Shenton Hall 29 
December i860; died 
there, aged 14 months, 
27 February 1862. 



Frederick Hargreaves Arbuth- 
nott Wollaston, born at 31 
Upper Brook Street, London, 
7 May 1879 ; educated at 
Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant (from 
Militia) Rifle Brigade 18 
October 1899, Lieutenant 
24 October 1900, Captain 27 
February 1905. 



Douglas Clifton Brown (4th son of Colonel=j=Violet Cicely 
James Clifton Brown of Holmbush, Faygate, Kathleen, born 
CO. Sussex, by Amelia his wife, dau. of Charles at 2 South 
Rowe) ; born at Holmbush 16 August 1879, : Eaton Place, 
bapt. at Colgate, co. Sussex ; educated at London, 4 July 
Cheam, Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 1882 ; married 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1898, at St. Paul's, 
B.A. 1901, M.A. 1905 ; 2nd Lieutenant Knightsbridge, 
(from Militia) ist Dragoon Guards 26 March London, 24june 
1902, Lieutenant 5 April 1905, Captain ii 1907. 
April 1908, retired 9 February 19 10. /)\ 



Robert Septimus 
WoUaston, born at 
Scotter Parsonage, 
co.Lincoln,28 March 
1813, bapt. there the 
same day ; died at 
Scotter, aged 10 
months, 5 February, 
bur. there 7 February 
1814. 



Arthur Wollaston, 
born at Scotter 
Parsonage 13 June 
18 14, bapt. there the 
same day ; died at 
Scotter, aged 14, 
19 June, bur. there 
23 June 1828. 



Charlotte Katharine, 
born at Scotter 20 
December 1815, 
bapt. there the same 
day ; died unmarried 
29 June 1834, 



Frances Priscilla, born at 
Scotter 2 March 1817, 
bapt. there the next day ; 
marr. at Gate Burton, co. 
Lincoln, 26 January 1837, 
William Somerset Rose of 
Cransley, co. Northampton. 

A 



Thomas Rose (son of John= 
Capel Rose of Cransley) ; 
Lieutenant 15th Foot 28 
May 1829, retired as Captain ; 
formerly of Northampton- 
shire Militia. /|\ 



=Lucy Jane, born at Scotter 13 May 
18 1 8, bapt. there the next day; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 13 
November 1856. 



Harriet Lambert, born at 
Scotter 1 7 September, bapt. 
there the next day ; died at 
Scotter 30 October, bur. 
there i November 1819. 



Edward Ottley Wollaston, born at= 
Scotter II October 1820, bapt. there 
the same day ; Lieutenant 62nd 
Bengal Native Infantry 13 December 
1842, afterwards Captain Indian Staff 
Corps; died at Scotter, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 8 July 1892, bur. at 
Bournemouth. Will dated i July 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 963, 92) 
29 September 1892, by Lucy Sarah 
Wollaston, relict, and Henry Uppleby 
Wollaston, gent., son. 



=Lucy Sarah, 2nd dau. of the Rev. George Uppleby of 
Bardney Hall, Barton-upon-Humber, co. Lincoln, Vicar 
of Barton-upon-Humber, by Mary his wife, only dau. of 
William Fox of Girsby Manor, co. Lincoln ; bom at 
Scotton, CO. Lincoln, 12 December 1825 ; marr. at Barton- 
upon-Humber (by the Rev. Henry John Wollaston) 9 
July 1851 ; died at Scotter, Bournemouth, aged 82, on 
Sunday, 7 June 1908, bur. at Bournemouth. Will dated 
16 April 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 1294, 1908) 10 August 
1908, by Henry Uppleby Wollaston, son, Ethel Frances 
Wollaston, spinster, daughter, and Andrew Brandram. 



Henry Collings Wells of Broom field= 
Lodge, CO. Essex (son of William 
Collings Wells of Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, by Lydia his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Woodcock); born in 1824; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex, High 
Sheriff 1900; died at Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, 29 October 1908, bur. 
at Broomfield, co. Essex. 



=Edith Lucy, born at 18 
Manchester Street, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Monday, 
25 April, bapt. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, 9 June 
1853; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, London (by her 
cousin, the Rev. Henry Wol- 
laston Hutton), on Tuesday, 
19 September 1876. 



Alice Mary, born at 12 
Onslow Crescent, Bromp- 
ton, on Tuesday, 27 May, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, 19 June 1856; 
died at 12 Onslow Cres- 
cent, aged 15 months, on 
Monday, 24 August 1857, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton. 



Hon'''' Francis Henry Cecil Weld -Forester (3rd=i=Alexina Josephine Arbuthnott, born at 



son of Cecil Theodore, 5th Baron Forester) ; 
born at Burleigh Hall, co. Leicester, on 
Thursday, 2 February 1871, bapt. at Gedling, co. 
Northampton ; educated at Repton ; Captain 3rd 
Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry. 



Shenton Hall, co. Leicester, on Wednesday, 
II February 1863, bapt. at Shenton; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, on 
Thursday, 31 October 1901. 



A 



Hubert Charles Wollaston, born at 15 Lennox 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
20 February 1890; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 



John William Wollaston, born at 7 Cadogan 
Square, Chelsea, on Saturday, 23 February 
1895 ; educated at Repton. 



Thomas Vernon Wollaston, bom at Scotter, co. Lincoln, 9 March 1822,= 
bapt. there next day; educated at Bury St. Edmunds Grammar School and 
at Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1849; Fellovv Linnean 
Society 2 March 1847; died s.p. at i Barnepark Terrace, Teignmouth, 
CO. Devon, aged 55, 4 January 1878. Will dated 15 March 1875, proved 
at Exeter 17 January 1878, by Edward Ottley Wollaston, brother. 



=Edith, dau. of Joseph 
Shepherd of Teign- 
mouth ; born at Exeter 
7 March 1849; marr. 12 
January 1869; died at 
Teignmouth on Monday, 
23 October 191 1. 



I I 
Charlton Edward Wollaston, 
born at 1 2 Onslow Crescent, 
Brompton, London, 1 1 May 
1857, died there 9 September 
following, bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton. 

Ethel Frances, born at 12 
Onslow Crescent, Brompton, 
on Sunday, 29 August, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 23 
September 1858. 



Georgina Annie, 2ndi 
dau. of the Rev. 
Frederic Farrer, Rector 
of Bigbury, co. Devon ; 
marr. at Bigbury on 
Wednesday, 26 April 
1882; died at 19 Sussex 
Place, Queen's Gate, 
South Kensington, 

London, aged 26, on 
Friday, 9 March 1883, 
bur. at Bigbury. istwife. 



I 
=Henry Uppleby= 
Wollaston of St. 
Albans, co. Hert- 
ford ; born at 1 2 
Onslow Crescent, 
Brompton, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 
24 February, bap- 
tised at Holy 
Trinity, Bromp- 
ton, 4 March 
i860. 



I 



Mary Violet, born at 19 
Sussex Place, Queen's Gate, 
Kensington, on Saturday, 
24 February 1883, bapt. at 
St. Augustine's, Queen's 
Gate, Kensington. 



=Anne Katharine, eldest 
daughter of Daniel 
Makinson Fox of 
Birkdale, Branksome 
Park, Bournemouth, CO. 
Hants, M. Inst. C.E. ; 
marr. at All Saints', 
Branksome Park (by 
her brother, the Rev. 
William Russell Fox), 
on Thursday, 20 June 
1889. 2nd wife. 



Charles Henry 
Fox Wollaston, 
born at Bourne- 
mouth on Satur- 
day, 3 May 
1890. 



I 
Mary Althea Annie, 
born at 179 Eldon 
Road, Kensington, 
on Monday, 8 
August 1892. 



.1 
Cicely Frances 
Helena, born 
at 8 Stanford 
Road, Kensing- 
ton, onTuesday, 
14 May 1895. 



Rev. Charles John Boden (son of George Boden, Q.C.,= 
by Catherine his ist wife, 2nd dau. of John Perfect of 
Pontefract, co. York, see Pedigree of Fe?inyman, 
page //j) ; born at 6 The Boltons, South Kensington, 
London, 7 August 1853; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1872, B.A. (3rd-class 
Theological Tripos with Hebrew) 1876, M.A. 1879; 
Curate of Limpsfield 1876-80, of Wimbledon 1880-83, 
Vicar of St. Barnabas', Sutton, 1884-96, all co. Surrey, 
Rector of North Wingfield, co. Derby, 1896 ; Rural 
Dean of Chesterfield 1 910. /t\ 



=Mildred Louisa Mary, 
born at 12 Onslow 
Crescent, Brompton, 
on Thursday, 20 
March, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, 25 
March 1862; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Bourne- 
mouth, on Tuesday, 
3 May 1892. 



. I 
Vincent Edward 

Wollaston, born 
at Rusthall, co. 
Kent, on Sunday, 
4 October, bapt. 
there privately 5 
October 1863, 
and died the 
same day. 



Bernard George Geidt of Bayshilf 
House, Cheltenham, co. Glouces- 
ter, formerly of the Indian Civil 
Service, Judge of the High Court, 
Calcutta (son of the Rev. Bernard 
Geidt, by Bella Deacon his wife); 
died at Oberhofen, Switzerland, 
on Friday, 12 September 191 3, 
bur. there. A\ 



I 
=Agnes Ellen, born at Rusthall 
on Wednesday, 18 January 
1865, bapt. there privately the 
same day ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, on Tuesday, 2 1 
October 1890; died at Darjee- 
ling, India, aged 29, on Sunday, 
19 August 1894, bur. there. 



Charles Ottley Wollaston, bom 
at Rusthall on Thursday, 
16 August 1866, bapt. there 
privately the same day ; died 
at Rusthall, aged 29 weeks, 
on Monday, 1 1 March, bur. 
there 14 March 1867, 



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€Kim. 



Anns. — Argent a bend lozengy sable between two 
cross-crosslets fitchee gules. 

Crist. — A lion's jamb couped sable holding a 
cross-crosslet fitchee gules bendwise. 

Motto. — Pro rege et lege. 



Very Rev. Johti Ekins, Dean of Salisbury (younger son of the Rev.=f=Harriet, dau. of Philip 



Jeffery Ekins, Rector of Barton Seagrave, co. Northampton, by 
Susannah his wife, dau. of John Allicocke of Loddington, co. North- 
ampton) ; of King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1755, M.A. 1758; 
Assistant Master at Eton ; Chaplain to Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 
(Duke of Rutland); Rector of Trowbridge 1774-1808, and of 
Newton Toney 1776, both co. Wilts, Dean of Salisbury 1786; died, 
aged 76, on Saturday, 10 September 1808, bur. in the Cloisters, 
Salisbury Cathedral. Memorial Tablet in the church at Higham 
Ferrers, co. Northampton. Will dated 30 August 1808, proved 
(P.C.C. 729 Ely) 28 September 1808, by the Rev. Charles Ekins, son. 



Baker of Coulston, co. 
Wilts, Deputy-Secretary 
of War ; died at Strat- 
ford, CO. Wilts, aged 80, 
12 September 1827, bur. 
in the Cloisters, Salis- 
bury Cathedral. Admon 
was granted (P.C.C. 
Stttton) 20 May 1828, 
to the Rev. Robert 
Ekins, son. 



Harriet, born 8 
October, bapt. 3 
November 1777; 
died unmarried 
at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, in 
1812. Admon 
was granted 

(P.C.C. Sutton) 
20 May 1828, to 
the Rev. Robert 
Ekins, brother. 



Rev. Charles Ekins, born= 
in June 1779; educated 
at Eton and at King's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1803 ; Rector of Chid- 
dingfold with Haslemere 

5 August 1S03, and of 
Godalming 1803, all co. 
Surrey, Prebendary of 
Slape 20 August 1803, and 
of Coombe and Harnham 

6 January 1804, both in 
Salisbury, Perpetual Curate 
of Hill Deverell, co. Wilts, 

7 September 1803; died 
in 1826. 



=Mary, dau. of John 
Ford of Queen Anne 
Street, Marylebone, 
London; married 14 
November 1805 ; died 
at Clifton, aged 61, 
25 January 1839. Will 
dated 4 August 1832, 
with codicil dated 
15 September 1837, 
proved (P.C.C. 90 
Vaug/ian) 17 February 
1839, by Charles Bell 
Ford and the Rev. 
Richard Wilbraham 
Ford, brothers. 



Anne, born 1 1 August, 
bapt. at Newton Toney 
24 September 1782; 
died unmarried at 
Little Durnford, co. 
Wilts, aged 73, 6 
March 1856, bur. at 
Great Durnford. Will 
dated 26 December 
1852, proved (P.C.C. 

283. 56) 5 April 
1856, by the Rev. 
Robert Ekins, brother, 
and Edward Hinxnian, 
nephew. 



John Ekins, died 
unmarried in 
Rome, aged 25, 
25 November 
1831. 



Major Charles Ekins, born= 
in 1809; Comet 7th Bengal 
Light Cavalry 5 November 
1825, Lieutenant 16 June 
1831, Captain 26 July 1841, 
Major by brevet 30 April 
1844, Deputy Adjutant-General 
Bengal Army 28 March 1846; 
killed in action at the battle 
of Chillianwallah 13 January 
1849. M.L in Salisbury 
Cathedral. 



=Julia, dau. of General William Mary. 

George Maxwell ; born 5 Jan- 

uary 1813; marr. at Keitah, 

India, 27 March 1830; died at Harriett. 

19 Orsett Terrace, Hyde Park, 

London, aged 69, on Sunday, 

2 July, bur. in Kensal Green 

Cemetery 5 July 1882. Will dated 8 July 

1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 544, 82) 28 

July 1882, by Julia Frances Ekins, 

spinster, daughter. 



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Edward Hinxman of Little Durnford House, co. Wilts (son=f=Delitia, born at Trowbridge, co. 



of Edward Hinxman of Woodford, co. Essex) ; bapt. at 
Salisbury, co. Wilts ; of Queen's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 23 January 1797, aged 17, B.A. 1800; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Wilts; died at Little Durnford House, aged 75, 
13 June 1S55. Will dated 4 January 1836, proved (P.C.C. 
697, 55) I August 1855, by Edward Hinxman and the 
Rev. Charles Hinxman, sons. A 



Wilts, in June, bapt. at Newton 
Toney, co. Wilts, 22 July 1784; 
marr. at Salisbury Cathedral 
I September 1808 ; died, aged 64, 
23 November 1848, bur. at Great 
Durnford, co. Wilts. 



Rev. Edward Revell Eardley-Wilmot (son of Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilniot,=j= Frances Anne, 

ist Baronet, Governor of Van Diemans Land, by Elizabeth Emma his wife, born 21 July 

dau. of Caleb Hillier Parry of Bath, co. Somerset, M.D.); born 11 February 1819; marr. at 

1814; 2nd Lieutenant Bengal Artillery 20 November 1830; of Trinity Hall, Little Risington, 

Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1847; Vicar of Kenilworth, co. Warwick, 1846 co. Gloucester, 

-55 ; Hon. Canon of Worcester 1850; Rector of All Souls', St. Marylebone, 4 August 1840; 

London, 1855-72, and of Wadingham, co. Lincoln, 1872-81; died at died 11 April 

Clarina, Kenilworth Road, Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 85, on Tuesday, 1846, buried 

30 May, bur. at the parish church, Kenilworth, 3 June 1899. Will dated at Kenilworth. 

21 June 1895, with two codicils dated 3 April 1897 and 18 January 1898, ist wife. 
proved (Prin. Reg., 938, 99) 10 July 1899, by Emma Hutchinson Eardley- 
Wilmot, relict, the Rev. Arthur Richard Godson, the Rev. Alfred Jones 
and Colonel Vincent Rivaz. He married 2ndly 8 February 1848, 
Emma Hutchinson, dau. of William Lambert of the Bengal Civil Service ; 
she died at Clarina, Kenilworth Road, Leamington, on Thursday, 14 February, 
and was bur. at Kenilworth on Monday, 18 February 1907. ^1^^ 



Major-General Charles Chester Ekins, born 8 March= 
1831 ; entered the 30th Bengal Native Infantry 20 De- 
cember 1848, Lieutenant 20th Native Infantry 1851, 
Captain 1861, Major 1868, Lieut.-Colonel (2nd in Com- 
mand and Wing Commander 41st Bengal Native Infantry) 
1874, retired with hon. rank of Major-General 23 
December 1879; served in Indian Mutiny; died at 114 
Clifton Hill, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 February, bur. with military honours in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 12 February 191 2, 
after service at St. Augustine's, Kilburn, co. Middlesex. 
Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 29 March 
1912, to Emily Mary Ekins, relict. 






=Einily Mary, 2nd 
dau. of Surgeon- 
General William 
Baker Taylor, of 
theArmyMedical 
Board, Bombay, 
India, by Lsetitia 
Mary his wife, 
dau. of Robert 
Forbes ; born 
at Ahmedabad, 
India, 18 January 
1843, bapt. there; 
married at St. 
Mark's, Jersey, 
on Thursday, 19 
August 1869. 



George Ernest 
Ekins, Lieutenant 
ist Bengal Fusi- 
liers ; died un- 
married in 1852. 



Julia Frances, 
born at Cawn- 
pore, India, 29 
January 1839, 
bapt. there. 



i 



Charles Bell Eustace Ford (son of William Ford, by Fanny=j=Mary Emily Radcliffe, born 



Thomasina his wife); born at 5 The Grove, Highgate; educated 
at Bradfield College; admitted a Solicitor in July 1884; died, 
aged 63, on Saturday, 6 September, bur. in Highgate Cemetery 
on Wednesday, 10 September 1913. 



at Simla, India, 16 July, bapt. 
there in August 1870; marr. 
at All Saints', Highgate, on 
Tuesday, 30 April 1S89. 



A 



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Rev. Robert Ekins, born in October, bapt. at Newton Toney, co.= 
Wilts, 20 December 1785; educated at Eton (King's Scholar 1804) 
and at King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1809, M.A. 1812; Vicar 
of Godalming, co. Surrey, 31 July 1810, Rector of Police, co. Dorset, 
3 September 1832, Perpetual Curate of West Wootton, co. Dorset, 
1843; died at Prestbury, co. Gloucester, 17 November 1874, bur. 
there. Will dated 26 December 1865, proved at Gloucester 17 
December 1874, by Emma Ekins, spinster, daughter, and Edward 
Hinxman, nephew. 



=Eliza, dau. of Sir Charles 
Warre Malet of Wilbury, 
CO. Wilts, Baronet ; marr. 
at Newton Toney in 
August 181 2 ; died at 
Folke, aged 60, 12 
November 1851. 



Emma, of Prestbury ; 
born 10 July, bapt. at 
Godalming 15 Sep- 
tember 1813 ; died, 
aged 100, 19 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Prestbury 
23 December 19 13. 



Rev. George Stone ; of Sidney=j=Caroline Susanna, bom 25 January, 
Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. bapt. at Godalming 22 February 

1815 ; marr. at Folke 4 July 1836; 

died at Longburton, co. Dorset, 

aged 26, 3 March 1841, bur. at 

Folke. 



i»22 ; Rector of Bondleigh, 
CO. Devon, 1842 ; died at Bond- 
leigh, aged 55, on Thursday, 
29 September 1853, bur. there. 



A 



Anna Matilda, 
bapt. at Godal- 
ming 14 Feb- 
ruary 1 8 1 7 ; 
died circa 1834. 



Henry Charles Warre Ekins of Melbourne, =j=Mary Hoban, marr. 



Australia; born at Godalming 21 April, bapt. 
there 28 May 1819; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 November 1837, 
aged 18, B.A. 1842; accidentally drowned 
whilst bathing in the River Yarra, Melbourne, 
14 February 1862, bur. in the cemetery at 
Melbourne. 



in Melbourne; died 
at St. Kilda, Mel- 
bourne, 14 January 
1914, buried in 
the cemetery at St. 
Kilda. 



Other 

issue. 



Francis Harry Ekins= 
of Prestbury, co. 
Gloucester ; born at 
Castlemaine, Vic- 
toria, Australia, 14 
March i859;Captain 
Mercantile Marine 
Service and Lieu- 
tenant Royal Naval 
Reserve. 



=Marion Elisabeth, 
elder dau. of John 
Pearson of Prest- 
bury Green and of 
the National Pro- 
vincial Bank, Chel- 
tenham, both CO. 
Gloucester ; born 
at Hereford 25 
October 1866; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Prestbury, 23 April 
1885. 



Stuart Courtenay Shairp of i Marl-=j=Marie, bom 
borough Gate, Hyde Park, London | in Melbourne; 
(youngest son of Stephen Francis marr. at Prest- 
Shairp of Totnes, co. Devon, by bury 4 August 
Caroline his wife, eldest dau. of 1885. 
Charles Michelmore of Highfield, 
Totnes) ; born at the Rectory, 
Totnes, i May, bapt. at Totnes 22 
May 1854; educated at Cheltenham 
College ; Manager of the National 
Provincial Bank of England 
(Lancaster Gate Branch). /\ 

{See Pedigree of Shairp, Vol. 77, 
page 143.) 



George William Bramfield Ekins, born at=i=Mabel Haynes Hutchinson of Bournemouth, 



Kussowlie, India, 3 June 1871, bapt. there ; 
educated at Lancing College, co. Sussex ; 
died on his voyage to Calcutta, India, 6 
October 19 13. 



CO. Hants ; born at Bournemouth in 1878 ; 
marr. at Barrackpore, India, 11 May 1905; 
died at Bournemouth 22 August 19 10, bur. 
there. 



Viola, born at Assam, India, 
12 December 1908. 



Sybil, born at Bournemouth 21 
July, bapt. there 29 July 1910. 



Marie, died 6 March 
1 86 1, bur. in Castle- 
maine Cemetery, 

Victoria, Australia. 



Agnes, died 1 1 March 
1 86 1, bur. in Castle- 
niaine Cemetery, 

Victoria. 



Rev. Robert Charles= 
Warre Ekins, born at 
Melbourne, Australia, 
25 July 1862, bapt. 
there ; educated at 
Cheltenham College ; 
Vicar of Horkstow, 
CO. Lincoln, 1897 
-1900, Rector of 
Rame, co. Cornwall, 
1900. 



=Dorothy Marion, elder dau. of the Rev. Charles 
Thomas Comber, Chaplain R.N., afterwards 
Vicar of Abbot's Bickington-cum-Bulkworthy, 
North Devon, by Rohesia Mary his wife, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Frederick Walter Giffard of 
VVootton, CO. Lincoln ; born at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 30 May, bapt. at St. John's, Sutton- 
on-Plym, co. Devon, 28 June 1868 ; marr. at 
All Saints', Helmsly, co. York, i September 
1891. 

{See Pedigree of Comber, Vol. 14, 
page 21.) 



Christine Mary Dorothy, born 
at 3 Albion Square, Dalston, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 June, bapt. 
at St. Augustine's, Haggerston, 
CO. Middlesex, 28 June 1892. 



Audrey Emma, born at 3 
Albion Square, Dalston, on 
Saturday, 14 October, bapt. at 
St. Augustine's, Haggerston, 
14 November 1893. 



John Robert Warre Ekins, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Horkstow, on Thursday, i 
December, bapt. at Horkstow 
16 December i8q8. 



Charles Maxwell Ekins, born at Murree, India, 
4 July 1873, bapt. there; educated at High- 
gate School and at University College, London; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1900; Civil Surgeon, 
South African Field Force, 1900-1902; 
Medical Officer, Nile Valley Exploration 
Company, 1903; Principal Medical Officer 
Government Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt ; 
married at Alexandria in May 1913, Sara 
Gentilli. 



Rev. Reginald Forbes Ekins, born at Bovey 
Tracey, co. Devon, on Monday, 13 February 
1882, bapt. there; of Lincoln College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated in 1901, B.A. 1905, M.A. 
1910; Curate of All Saints', Notting Hill, 
1905-1907, and of St. Augustine's, Kilburn, 
both CO. Middlesex, 1907 ; received into the 
Roman Catholic Church in 19 13. 



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4 



HOWE. 

Arms on record in the College of ^r»?5.— Quarterly : ist and 4th, Of 

a fesse between three wolves' heads couped sable, Howe; 

2nd and 3rd, Argent on a bend sable three popinjays or 

beaked and legged gules, Curzon. 
Crests. — I, Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers 

azure ; 2, A popinjay rising or collared gules. 
Supporters.— On either side a Cornish chough proper round the neck 

a plain gold chain. 
Motto. — Let Curzon holde what Curzon helde. 



Hon'''' Penn Assheton Curzon, eldest= 
son of Assheton, ist Baron and 
afterwards ist Viscount Curzon of 
Penn (see ^'Notes'' to ^'Visitation 
of England and Wales," Vol. J, 
page gS); born 31 January 1757; 
educated at Westminster, admitted 
12 September 1768, and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 17 
May 1774; M.P. for Leominster 
3 April 1784, for Clitheroe 19 June 
1790, and for Leicester 27 February 
1792; died at his father's house at 
Penn, co. Buckingham, aged 40, 
I September 1797. Adinon was 
granted (P.C.C.) in 1797. 



Hotoe* 



I 



=Sophia Charlotte, Baroness Howe, elder dau. and coheir of 
Admiral Richard, Earl Howe, K.G., by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Chiverton Hartopp ; born at Whitehall 19 February 1762; 
marr. by special licence at Porter's Lodge, co. Hertford (the 
seat of Lord Howe) on Tuesday, 31 July 1787; succeeded 
her father in the Barony of Howe of Langar, co. Nottingham, 
5 August 1799; died at Pope's Villa, Twickenham, aged 73, 
3 December 1835. Adfiion was granted (P.C.C. Stowell) 
18 July 1836, to Sir Jonathan Wathen Waller, Baronet, 
husband. She married 2ndly at St. James', Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, I October 181 2, as his 2nd wife. Sir Jonathan Wathen 
Waller (formerly Phipps), Baronet, G.C.H. ; bom 6 October 
1769; Groom of the Bedchamber to George HL; created 
a Baronet 27 December 18 14; died at 8 New Cavendish 
Street, Portland Place, London, aged 8.3, i January 1853. 



George Augustus William Curzon, 
born 4 February 1788; educated 
at Harrow, entered Easter 1801; 
died at his mother's house at 
Twickenham 6 January 1805. 



Marianne, born 30 August 1790; 
died 18 February 1820. Will dated 
10 March 1814, proved (P.C.C. 
128 Kent) 6 March 1820, by Sophia 
Charlotte, Baroness Howe, mother. 



Leicester Curzon, born 
at Gopsall House, co. 
Leicester, 8 November 
1792; died in London 
26 February 1793. 



Lady Harriet Geor-= 
giana (Brudenell), 
2nd daughter of 
Robert, 6th Earl 
of Cardigan ; born 
at Hambleden, co. 
Buckingham, 18 
December 1799 ; 
marr. 20 March 
1820; died at Penn 
House, aged 36, 
25 October, bur. 
in the family vault 
in the church at 
Penn 3 November 
1836. ist wife. 



=Richard William Penn Curzon-Howe, Earl Howe, P.C.,= 
G.C.H. ; born at Gopsall House 11 December 1796; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 April 1814; created D.C.L. 19 October 
1835; Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry 21 
May 18 18, Lieut.- Colonel i October 1831 ; succeeded 
his grandfather, Assheton, as 2nd Viscount Curzon and 
Baron Curzon of Penn ig March 1820; assumed the 
surname of Howe after that of Curzon, by Royal 
Licence dated 30 July 1821; created Earl Howe in 
the Peerage of the United Kingdom 15 July 1821 ; 
G.C.H. 1830; Lord of the Bedchamber to King 
George IV. 21 November 1829-30, Lord Chamberlain 
to Queen Adelaide July 1830 to 12 October 1831, 
and again 15 December 1834 to December 1849; 
Privy Councillor 31 January 1831 ; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Leicester ; a Governor of Charterhouse 2 1 March 
1844 and of King's College, London ; a Trustee of 
Rugby School ; Vice-Lieutenant for co. Leicester 27 
October 1863; succeeded his mother as Baron Howe 
of Langar 3 December 1835 ; died at Curzon House, 
South Audley Street, London, aged 73, on Thursday, 
12 May 1870. Will dated 29 May 1852, with three 
codicils dated 26 June 1867, 8 January 1869, and 
9 July 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 414, 70) 29 June 1870, 
by George Augustus Frederick Louis, Earl Howe, son, 
William Perry Herrick, and George Lewis Parkin. 



=Hon'''"= Anne Frances, 
2nd dau. of Vice- 
Admiral Sir John 
Gore, K.C.B., by 
Georgiana his wife, 
eldest dau. of Admiral 
Sir George Montagu, 
G.C.B.; born at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 8 March 
181 7; Maid of Honour 
to Queen Adelaide ; 
marr. 9 October 1845; 
died at Hillesley 
House, Wotton-under- 
Edge, CO. Gloucester, 
on Monday, 23 July 
1877. Will dated 
19 November 1870, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
655. 77) 25 August 
1877, by the Hon'''= 
MontaguCurzon, Lieu- 
tenant Rifle Brigade, 
son. 2nd wife. 



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[For issue see page 141.) 



Lieut.- Colonel George Augustus Frederick Louis= 
Curzon-Howe, Earl Howe ; born at Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, i6 January 1821; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 30 May 1838; Lieut.-Colonel Leicester- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry 15 November i860, Lieut.- 
Colonel Commandant 15 March 1870; M.P. for 
South Leicestershire 30 March 1857 to June 1870; 
J. P. for the counties of Buckingham and Leicester, 
D.L. for the former county 21 July 1845 ; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Earl 12 May 1870; died at 
Gopsall House, co. Leicester, on Friday, 4 February 
1876. Will dated 21 March 1874, with codicil dated 
3 May 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 396, 76) 5 May 
1876, by Thomas Blackborne Thoroton Hildyard 
and George Levfis Parkin, and 21 June 1876, by 
Thomas George, Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.L 



=Harriet Mary, 2nd dau. of Henry Charles 
Sturt of Crichel, co. Dorset, M.P., by 
Lady Charlotte Penelope his wife, 3rd 
dau. of Robert, 6th Earl of Cardigan ; 
bom 15 October 1822 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 3 February 1846; died at 10 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, 
on Monday, 29 January 1877. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
9 March 1877, to the Rev. Henry Nevile 
Sherbrooke, the father and guardian of 
Penn Curzon Sherbrooke, Sybilla Mary 
Curzon Sherbrooke, spinster, and Evelyn 
Alice Curzon Sherbrooke, spinster, 
infants, the grandchildren and only next 
of kin. 



Rev. Henry Nevile Sherbrooke of 15 The Paragon, Clifton, co.= 
Gloucester (2nd son of Henry Porter Sherbrooke of Oxton Hall, co. 
Nottingham, by Louisa Anne Fleming his wife, dau. of William Fane of 
the Bengal Civil Service, see Pedigree of Fane, page j) ; born 3 February 
1846; educated at Eton and at St. Alban's Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
27 March 1876; Ensign 43rd Foot 18 April 1865, Lieutenant 28 
October 1868, retired from the Army and took holy orders; Vicar of 
the parish church, Clifton, 1891-97. He married 2ndly at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 5 March 1878, Lady 
Lilias Charlotte, eldest dau. of Hugh, ist Earl Cairns; she died at 
Oxton Hall, aged 29, on Thursday, 5 September 1889 ; marr. 3rdly at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, on Tuesday, 12 January 1892, 
Alice Maud, 4th dau. of Henry Abel Smith of Wilford House, Nottingham. 



=Harriet Alice, born in 
Audley Square, West- 
minster, 17 June 
1848; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on 
Friday, 3 February 
1 8 7 1 ; died at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, aged 
26, on Tuesday, 13 
April 1875. M.LatSt. 
Peter's, Bournemouth. 



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i 
General Sir Richard William Penn Curzon-Howe, Earl Howe,=j=Isabella Maria Cathe- 
G.C.V.O., C.B. ; born 14 February 1822; entered the Army as Ensign rine, of 20 Curzon 
and Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 14 July 1838, Lieutenant and Street, London, eldest 
Captain 1844, Major 1853, Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 1854, Colonel 
in the Army 1857, Major-General 1868, Lieut.-General 1877, General 
1880, retired i July 1881 ; Colonel 17th Foot (Leicestershire Regi- 
ment) 25 June 1879, and 2nd Life Guards 5 January 1890; Hon. 
Colonel Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry 28 June 1876; served in 
Kaffir War 1852-53, as A.D.C. to General Officer Commanding, 
Lieut.-General the Hon'''= Sir George Cathcart (medal and brevet of 
Major); served in the Indian Mutiny 1857, A.D.C. to Lieut.-General 
the Hon'''' George Anson (Madras); acting Q.^LG. at siege of Delhi 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 13 April 1858, medal 
with clasp, C.B. 21 January 1858, and brevet of Colonel); A.D.C. to 



dau. of Major-General 
the Hon*"'' George 
Anson, Commander-in- 
Chief in India (2nd 
son of Thomas, ist 
Viscount Anson, and 
brother of Thomas, 
ist Earl of Lichfield), 
by the Hon"' Isabella 
Elizabeth Annabella 
his wife, 3rd dau. of 



Commander-in-Chief, H.R.H. Duke of Cambridge, June 1S64; Cecil (Weld-Forester), 



G.C.V.O. 30 June 1897 ; Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for 
CO. Leicester 1888; succeeded his brother as 3rd Earl 4 February 
1876; died at Gopsall House on Tuesday, 25 September 1900. 
Will dated 14 November 1891, with codicil dated 15 August 1896, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1643, 1900) 19 December 1900, by Richard 
George Penn, Earl Howe, Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote, 
K.C.B., and Walter Trower. 

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ist Baron Forester ; 
marr. at Repton, co. 
Derby, on Monday, 8 
February 1858. 



Captain Frederick Curzon, R.N. ; born at Gopsall House, co. Leicester, i6 July 1823; 
Sub- Lieutenant Royal Navy 1842, Lieutenant 30 December 1843, Commander 15 September 
1852, Captain retired i October 1867 ; died at Apethorpe Hall, co. Northampton, aged 58, 
on Friday, 23 September 1881, bur. at Twycross, co. Leicester. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 14 January 1882, to Richard William Penn, Earl Howe, brother. 



A son, born at 
46 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, 
London, on Sun- 
day, 27 November 
1859, died a few 
hours later. 



Sir Richard George Penn Curzon-Howe,=f=Lady Georgiana Elizabeth 



Earl Howe of Langar, co. Nottingham, 
Viscount Curzon, Baron Curzon of Penn 
House, CO. Buckingham, and Baron Howe 
of Langar, co. Nottingham, in the Peerage 
of the United Kingdom, G.C.V.O. ; born 
at 46 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, on Sunday, 28 April i86i, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
5 March 1881 ; M.P. for High Wycombe Division of co. 
Buckingham 1885-1900; Lieutenant Leicestershire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 7 February 1883, Captain 19 July 1890 (T.D. 1909); 
Treasurer of the Household to Queen Victoria 1896- 1900, 
a Lord-in- Waiting October 1900 to September 1903, Lord- 
Chamberlain to Queen Alexandra 1903 ; J. P. for co. Buckingham; 
G.C.V.O. 9 November 1903; Grand Cross of the Redeemer of 
Greece, White Eagle of Poland, Dannebrog of Denmark, 
St. Olaf of Norway, Polar Star of Sweden, Charles HL 
of Spain, and the Red Eagle of Prussia ; Grand Cordon Order of 
Leopold of Belgium, Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour; 
President of Council of the Royal Albert Hall ; Fellow Zoological 
Society; succeeded his father as 4th Earl 25 September 1900. 



(Spencer-Churchill), sth dau. 
of John Winston, 7th Duke 
of Marlborough, K.G. ; bom 
at 10 St. James' Square, 
London, on Monday, 14 May 
i860; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
4 June 1883 ; Lady of 
Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England ; died 
at Curzon House, Mayfair, 
London, on Friday, 9 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in the family vault 
at Congerstone, co. Leicester, 
on Thursday, 15 February 
1906. Memorial Service at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
the same day. 



Francis Richard Henry Penn Curzon-Howe,= 
Viscount Curzon, of Twycross House, co. 
Leicester; born i May 1884; educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Commander Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve (Sussex Division) 1907. 



=Mary (his cousin), only dau. of Colonel the Hon'''' 
Montagu Curzon of Garat's Hay, Loughborough, 
CO. Leicester ; born at 50 Upper Brook Street, 
London, on Sunday, 30 October 1887 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's-in-the-Elms, Woodhouse, co. Leicester, 
on Monday, 28 October 1907. 

(See page 141.) 



Edward Richard Assheton Penn Curzon-Howe, born 
7 August, bapt. in the private chapel at Gopsall House 
on Tuesday, 6 October 1908 (King Edward VH. stood 

sponsor). 



Georgiana Mary, born 7 January 
19 10, bapt. in the private chapel 
at Gopsall House in April 19 10. 



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Henry Uugdale Curzon of East Dean and Mottisfont, co. Hants ;= 
born 21 September 1824; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 May 1842, B.A. 1846; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Hants; Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry 1856-59; 
died at East Dean, aged 85, on Tuesday, 22 March 1910, bur. 
there. Will dated 20 February 1902, with codicil dated 3 July 
1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 1527, 1910) 18 November igio, by 
Sybil Curzon, spinster, daughter, and Walter Trower. 



=Eleanor Young, youngest 
dau. of Major-General 
Thomas Robert Swinburne ; 
marr. at Ringwood, co. 
Hants, on Thursday, 22 
October 1857 ; died 28 
August 1887, bur. at East 
Dean. 



Nina, born at John Henry Jacob of The Close, Salisbury (eldest son=f=Millicent, born at 



Troy House, of John Henry Jacob, by Henrietta Sophia his wife, 
co.Monmouth, dau. of John Denison of Ossington, co. Nottingham, 
I April 1859. M.P.); born at The Close, Salisbury, 20 February 1847 ; 
Cadet Royal Navy i860, Sub-Lieutenant 9 December 
1866, Lieutenant 4 April 1870, retired 1873; J.P. for co. 
Wilts; died at The Close, Salisbury, aged 58, on Tuesday, 
8 August 1905. Will dated 27 June 1885, proved at 
Salisbury 8 November 1905, by Millicent Jacob, relict. 



Mottisfont Abbey 
on Wednesday, 10 
October i860, bapt. 
at East Dean ; marr. 
there on Thursday, 
25 June 1885. 



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John Eyre of Chiltern= 
Place, Beaconsfield, co. 
Buckingham (3rd son of 
Henry Richard Eyre of 
Shaw House, Newbury, 
CO. Berks, J.P., D.L., by 
Isabella Catherine his wife, 
eldest dau. of Charles 
George Parker of Spring- 
field Plain, CO. Essex) ; 
born at Shaw House, 
Newbury, on Saturday, 
29 October 1859; of 
Keble College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 October 
1878. 



=Evelyn Alice, born at 46 
Charles Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, on Thurs- 
day, 10 April 1862 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Satur- 
day, 25 April 1896; died at 
Chiltern Place, Beacons- 
field, aged 51, on Saturday, 
4 October, bur. at Penn, 
CO. Buckingham, on Wed- 
nesday, 8 October 19 13. 
Memorial Service at Christ 
Christ, Down Street, May- 
fair, London, at the same 
time. 



Harry Walter=f=Edith Cecilia, born 



Franklin of 35 
Gloucester Ter- 
race, Hyde Park, 
London (son of 
James Franklin, 
Captain 6th 

[Royal] Foot) ; 
bom on Satur- 
day, 7 December 
1867. 



at 46 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 10 May 1864 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's 
and St. Edward's, 
Palace Street, Buck- 
ingham Gate, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 
18 April 1896. 



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Frederick Graham Curzon of 194 St. James' Court, = 
Buckingham Gate, London ; born at 46 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, on Thursday, 5 March 
1868, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London; 
educated at Eton ; Hon. Attach^ to the Embassy 
at Rome 9 February 1892 to 1894; appointed a 
Foreign Service Messenger i January 1900; received 
Coronation medals 1903 and 191 1. 



=Minnie Ellis Gertrude, dau. of Captain 
Dodsworth Jeffreys, and grand-daughter 
of Chambre Corcor of Cor Castle, 
Innishannon, co. Cork ; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, on Tuesday, 
II September 1894; marriage dissolved 
on her petition in 1903. 



Evelyn Ellis Isabella, born at Morpeth 
Mansions, Morpeth Terrace, Westminster, 
on Friday, 9 July 1897, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Ashley Gardens, Westminster. 



Chambre George William Penn Curzon, born 
at Penn House, Amersham, co. Buckingham, 
on Tuesday, 18 October 1898; educated at the 
Royal Naval College, Osborne. 



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Henry Charles FitzRoy, Duke of Beaufort, K.G., P.C. ; born=i=Georgiana Charlotte, born 



I February 1824; educated at Eton; entered the Army as 
Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant ist Life Guards 17 August 1841, 
Lieutenant 1843, Captain 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars 1847, 
Major 1854, Lieut.- Colonel 26 October 1858; Lieut.-Colonel 
Commandant (Hon. Colonel) Gloucestershire Yeomanry Hussars 

29 April 1874-87; A.D.C. to Arthur, Duke of Wellington, 1842-52, 
and to Henry, Viscount Hardinge, 1852-56; Master of the Horse 
to Queen Victoria 26 February 1858 to 18 June 1859, and 10 July 
1866 to 9 December 1868; M.P. for East Gloucestershire 27 
February 1846 to 17 November 1853; Lord-Lieutenant for co. 
Monmouth 17 May 1867; J. P. for the counties of Wilts, Brecon 
and Glamorgan; J.P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, D.L. for co. 
Monmouth; sworn a Privy Councillor 26 February 1858, K.G. 
19 March 1867; succeeded his father as 8th Duke 17 November 
1853; died at Stoke Gilford, co. Gloucester, aged 75, on Sunday, 

30 April, bur. at Badminton, co. Gloucester, on Friday, 5 May 
1899. A 



29 September 1825 ; marr. 
3 July 1845 ! died at her 
residence. Stoke Park, 
Stapleton, co. Gloucester, 
on Monday, 14 May, bur. 
at Badminton on Friday, 
18 May 1906. Will dated 
24 June 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 914, 1906) 
3 July 1906, by Henry 
Adelbert Wellington Fitz- 
Roy, Duke of Beaufort, 



William Henry David Boyle (only son of Colonel William= 
Boyle, C.B., of the 89th Foot, by Louisa Catherine his 
wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. Henry Parsons, Incumbent 
of Sandhurst); born 11 February 1861 ; of King's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1880, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887; a Clerk in the Treasury; 
died at 4 Cadogan Mansions, Sloane Square, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 36, on Wednesday, 7 July 1897, 
bur. at East Dean, co. Hants. Admon (with will dated 22 
September 1888) was granted at the Principal Registry 
(1176, 97) 12 November 1897, to the Very Rev. George 
David Boyle, Dean of Salisbury, and Anna Louisa 
Alexandrina Boyle, spinster, guardians of the estate of 
George Frederick Boyle, a minor, son, and only next of kin. 



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=Eleanor, bom at Mottisfont Abbey, 
CO. Hants, on Thursday, 3 July 
1862 ; marr. at Salisbury Cathedral 
22 September 1888 ; died at 4 
Cadogan Mansions, Sloane Square, 
Chelsea, aged 31, on Wednesday, 
15 November 1893, ^^^- ^' -l^^s' 
Dean. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 23 February 
1894, to William Henry David 
Boyle, husband. 



Ethel, born at East Dean 
on Monday, 19 October 
1863 ; died at Mottisfont 
Abbey, aged 8 months, on 
Thursday, 30 June 1864, 
bur. at East Dean. 



Henry Curzon, bom 
at East Dean on 
Friday, 3 r March 
1865, bapt. there. 



Sybil, born at 
East Dean on 
Sunday, 25 
July 1869, 
bapt. there. 



Assheton Curzon, bom 
at East Dean 30 April 
1876, bapt. there; 
educated at Wellington 
College. 



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Beatrice Louisa= 
Margaret, 2nd 
dau. of Alexander 
Page of Ken- 
sington, London; 
marr. 26 October 
1870; died s.p. 
on Thursday, 
10 July 1873. 
I St wife. 



I 
=Major William Henry Curzon of 17 Eccleston Square, = 
London; born i June 1827; educated at Eton and 
at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 4 December 
1844, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1853 ; Ensign 17th Light 
Dragoons (Lancers) 13 July 1855, Lieutenant 1857, 
Captain 1859, Major 19 July 1864; served in the 
Crimea from 13 July 1855, including the battle of 
Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with 
clasp and Turkish medal) ; in the campaign of 
1858-59, in Central India, including action of 
Burode (medal) ; Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1876; died at 17 Eccleston Square, London, 
aged 86, on Monday, 5 January, bur. in the 
churchyard at Penn, co. Buckingham, on Thursday, 
8 January 19 14. 



=EmiIy, youngest 
dau. of Frederick 
Cowper of Carleton 
Hall, Skelton and 
Unthank, all co. Cum- 
berland, by Susan 
Lydia his wife, elder 
dau. of Andrew John 
Nash of Hyde House, 
CO. Middlesex; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Pen- 
rith, CO. Cumberland, 
on Tuesday, 3 No- 
vember 1874. 2nd 
wife. 



A son, born at 29 Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, on 
Sunday, 8 October 1876; died a 
few hours after. 



Hilda Georgiana Susan, born at 
1 7 Rutland Gate, Knights- 
bridge, London, on Friday, 21 
March 1879. 



Major Ernest Charles Penn Curzon of Watermouth Castle, co.= 
Devon; born 24 November 1856; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 34th Foot (The Cumberland) Border Regiment 
8 December 1877, Lieutenant 1880, 3rd (King's Own) Hussars 
19 April 1882, Captain i8th Hussars 30 April 1887, Adjutant 
Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry (Prince Albert's Own) i January 
1890 to 31 December 1894, retired 
2 April 1898; Major Reserve of 
Officers 18 October 1902; served 
in South African War 1 899-1 901 //P*^//jjti/iy 
as Special Service Officer (Queen's l/^l / ^^^''xvii 
medal with three clasps, promoted ( // ^ , ^ 

Major). ^ i^LC^^ 




=Edith, only dau. of Charles 
Henry Basset of Pilton 
House, Watermouth Castle, 
and Umberleigh, all co. 
Devon, R.N., J.P., D.L., 
M.P., by Harriet Mary his 
wife, dau. of Arthur Davie 
Basset of Umberleigh and 
of Watermouth Castle ; 
marr. by special licence 
at Curzon Chapel, Mayfair, 
London, on Wednesday, 
18 October 1882. 



Nina Eleanora, born 
at Aldershot, co. 
Hants, on Wednes- 
day, 18 July 1883, 
bapt. at Watermouth ; 
died at Watermouth 
Castle, aged 2 years 
and 7 months, on 
Monday, 1 7 May 
1886, bur. at Berry- 
narbor, co. Devon. 






Charles Ernest Quintin Dick of Carantrila, co.= 

Basset Lothian Galway, and of 12 Grosvenor Cres- 

Curzon, born cent, London (2nd surviving son of 

at Fulford, co. the Rev. Quintin Dick Hume of 

York, 10 May Beechy Park, co. Carlow, and of 

1S85, bapt. Carantrila, co. Galway, by Anna his 

there; educated wife, dau. of William Richardson of 

at Wellington Athy, co. Kildare) ; born 13 April 

College. 1847 ; D.L. for co. Wicklow, High 

Sheriff 1898; Captain Derbyshire 

Yeomanry Cavalry and Royal Antrim 

Rifles ; assumed by Royal Licence 

dated 23 November 1892, the surname 

and arms of Dick in lieu of Hume. 



I 
=Loma Katherine, 
born at Water- 
mouth 20 Sep- 
tember 1887, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London (by her 
uncle, the Rev. 
Arthur Lewis 
Whitfeld), on 
Tuesday, 27 Oc- 
tober 1908. 



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Colonel Ernest George Curzon, born 12 August 1828; entered the Army= 
as Ensign 52nd Foot, Lieutenant 18 February 1848, Captain 1852, Major 
1864, Lieut.-Colonel 1870, Colonel 19 February 1875; Assistant Adjutant 
and Quartermaster-General, Aldershot, 1877-82, Deputy Adjutant-General 
in Ireland 1882, Colonel on Staff to Command Troops at Shorncliffe ; 
served in India during the Mutiny 1857-58 (medal); died at The Convent, 
Gibraltar, on Friday, 6 March 1885, bur. at Twycross, co. Leicester. Will 
dated 29 December 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 508, 85) 2 June 1885, by 
Ernest Charles Penn Curzon, Lieutenant 3rd King's Own Hussars, and 
Robert Lothian \Villiam Curzon, sons. 



=Augusta Latham, 
3rd dau. of 
Brigadier-General 
John Dampier 
Hallifax ; marr. 
in India 14 
January 1856. 



Robert Lothian William Curzon, bom 21 November 1857 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 
a Scholar 7 February 1868, left 25 April 1875; J.P. and D.L. for co. Essex; died unmarried 
at 22 George Street, Hanover Square, London, aged 42, on Saturday, 18 November 1899, 
bur. at Tvfycross. Will dated 16 November 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 1404, 99) 27 December 
1899, by Walter Trower. 



Lieut.-Colonel FitzRoy Edmund Penn Curzon, born 23 
March 1859; entered the Army as Ensign 20th Foot 13 
August 1879, Captain Royal Irish Rifles 1888, Captain 
West African Regiment 1899, Major 1901, Lieut.-Colonel 
(half-pay) 23 March 1907, retired 13 November 1907; 
A.D.C. to General Officer Commanding (Southern District) 
I May 1889; A.D.C. to Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief (Gibraltar) 25 September 1890; employed with 
Egyptian Army January to October 1898; Special Service 
Rhodesian Field Force March to June 1900, Staff Officer 
(graded D.A.A.G.), South Africa, 13 June 1900 to 9 Oc- 
tober 1902; served in Nile E.xpedition 1898, at Battle of 
Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 
4 November 1898, Egyptian medal with clasp, medal) ; 
operations in Sierra Leone 1898-99 (medal with clasp); 
in South African War 1899-1902, as Special Service Officer, 
Rhodesian Field Force ; operations in the Transvaal 
November 1900 to July 1901 ; operations in Orange River 
Colony, July to September 1901, and December 1901 to 
31 May 1902 ; operations on Zululand Frontier of Natal in 
September and October 1901 (Queen's medal with four 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 



Arthur Wardlaw= 
Curzon of Gode- 
rich, Ontario, 
Canada ; born in 
London 5 Jan- 
uary i85i ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Mid- 
Ulster Artillery 
Mihtia. 



=Charlotte Ger- 
trude,onlydau. 
of Richard 
Radcliffe of 
Goderich, On- 
tario ; marr. 
at Goderich, 
Ontario, 20 No- 
vember 1894. 



Adelina Brudenell, 
born in 1895. 



General Sir Leicester Smyth, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. ; bom at Gopsall, co.= 
Leicester, 25 October 1829; educated at Eton; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant (The Prince Consort's Own) Rifle Brigade 29 November 
1845, Lieutenant 1847, Captain 1854, Major by brevet 17 July 1855, 
Lieut. -Colonel by brevet 8 September 1855, Colonel 1861, General 
18 July 1885; served in the Kaffir War 1852-53 (medal), also at the 
battle of Berea; in the Crimea 1854-55, as A.D.C. and Assistant Military 
Secretary to Lord Raglan and afterwards to General Simpson (medal and 
clasps, brevets of Major and Lieut.-Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Honour, Sardinian and Turkish medals and 5th-class of the Medjidie) ; 
Assistant Military Secretary in the Ionian Islands 23 November 1856 
to 23 August 1 86 1, Military Secretary at Headquarters in Ireland i July 
1865, D.Q.M.G. there 17 July 1872; commanded the troops in Western 
District 2 April 1877, at Cape of Good Hope 10 November 1880, and 
in Southern District i May 1889 ; Governor and Commander-in-Chief of 
Gibraltar 25 September 1890 until his death; C.B. 13 May 1867, K.C.B. 
16 January 1886, K.C.M.G. i February 1884; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Westmeath, High Sheriff 1872; assumed by Royal Licence dated 16 
November 1866, the surname and arms of Smyth only, and the arms of 
Smyth and Curzon quarterly ; died s.p. at 24 South Eaton Place, London, 
aged 61, on Tuesday, 27 January 1891, bur. at Gopsall. 



=Alicia Maria Eliza, 
elder dau. and 
heiress of Robert 
Smyth of Drumcree, 
CO. Westmeath, J. P., 
D.L., M.P., by 
Elizabeth Clunes 
his wife ; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, Dub- 
lin, on Monday, 

12 February i856 ; 
died at 24 South 
Eaton Place, Lon- 
don, on Wednesday, 

13 July, bur. at 
Twycross, co. Lei- 
cester, on Saturday, 
16 July 1898. 



Thomas George Lithgow of Blackwell Croft, Farnborough,=T=Harriet Annie Augusta, bom 



CO. Hants (son of Robert Lithgow of Darlington, co. Dur- 
ham) ; born at Darlington 5 November 1853; educated at 
Durham University ; Student at St. Mary's Hospital, London, 
F.R.C.S. Edin. 1884, L.R.C.P. Lond. 1879, L.S.A. 1876, 
D.P.H. Eng. (Conjointed Board) 1893, Medical Officer and 
Public Vaccinator (6th District) Hartley Witney Union, 
Medical Examiner, Admiralty Recruits, Famborough District. 



at Gwalior, India, 11 February 
1862, bapt. there ; marr. at 
the parish church, Aldershot, 
CO. Hants, on Saturday, 29 
April 1882; died 26 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Famborough 30 
November 191 1. 



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Rev. Arthur Lewis Whitfeld (4th son of George Whitfeld of Hamsey=^Mary Ellen, born at 



House, near Lewes, co. Sussex, J. P., by Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
George Chatfield of Burton Crescent, London) ; born at Lewes on 
Thursday, 31 July 1862, bapt. at All Saints', Lewes; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1881, B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1888 ; Rector of Little Easton, co. Essex, 1 891-1903, Vicar of 
Hughenden, co. Buckingham, 1903. 



Gopsall on Wednesday, 
10 January 1866, bapt. 
there ; marr. at All 
Saints', Margaret Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 
19 June 1888. 



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139 



Francis William Henry, Earl of Westmorland, C.B 
Street, Berkeley Square, London, 19 November 1825, bapt. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London, 13 May 1826; educated at West- 
minster School and at Sandhurst; entered the Army as Ensign 
53rd Foot 24 February 1843, Lieutenant 74th Foot 1844, Captain 
25th Foot 1848, Major by brevet 1849, Lieut. -Colonel 1854, Captain 
and Lieut. -Colonel Coldstream Guards 9 February 1855 to 10 April 
i860, retired as Colonel i860; A.D.C. to the Governor-General of 
India (Earl of Dalhousie) 1848 (received Sikh war medal); A.D.C. 
to Lord Raglan in the Crimea March 1854-55 (medal with clasp), 
C.B. 10 July 1855; A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge 
1856-60; Knight of the Legion of Honour 30 April 1857 and 
5th-class of the Medjidie 2 March 1858; D.L. for co. Northampton; 
succeeded his father as 12th Earl 16 October 1859; died at 34 
Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, aged 65, 3 August, bur. at 
Apethorpe, co. Northampton, 5 August 1891. Will dated 7 July 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 1195, 91) 5 December 1891, by Anthony 
Mildmay Julian, Earl of Westmorland, son. 



born at Hill=f=Adelaide Ida 



born 1 2 
marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 16 July 
1857 ; died at 19 Royal 
Crescent, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, on Sunday, 22 
March, bur. at Apethorpe 
on Thursday, 26 March 
1903. Will dated 14 
April 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 686, 1903) 
9 May 1903, by Anthony 
Mildmay Julian, Earl of 
Westmorland, son. 



/K 



(See Pedigree of IVesimorland, page 80.) 



Colonel Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote of Kingscote, co.^ 
Gloucester, G.C.V.O., K.C.B. (eldest son of Colonel Thomas Henry 
Kingscote of Kingscote, J. P., by Lady Isabella Frances Anne his ist 
wife, 6th dau. of Henry Charles, 6th Duke of Beaufort, K.G.) ; born 
at Kingscote on Sunday, 28 February 1830; entered the Army as 
Ensign and Lieutenant Scots Guards 27 October 1846, Lieutenant and 
Captain 1850, Major 1854, retired as Lieut.-Colonel 17 July 1855; 
Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment 22 January 
1862; A.D.C. to Lord Raglan in the Crimea (C.B. 27 July 1855); M.P. for 
West Gloucestershire 14 July 1852 to 18 November 1885; Commissioner 
of Woods and Forests 1885-95 ; Receiver-General of the Duchy of Cornwall 
1888, Paymaster to H.M. Household 1901 ; Groom-in-Waiting to Queen 
Victoria ; Extra Equerry and a Member of Council of the Prince of 
Wales (afterwards King Edward VII.); K.C.B. 13 July 1889, G.C.V.O. 
1902; LL.D. Cambridge 1894; J.P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, J. P. 
for CO. Wilts; died at Worth Park, Crawley, co. Sussex, aged 78, on 
Tuesday, 22 September, bur. at Kingscote on Friday, 25 September 1908. 
Will dated 25 October 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 1488, 1908) 30 October 
1908, by Nigel Richard Fitzhardinge Kingscote and John Bloomfield 
Kingscote. He married istly 13 March 185 1, Caroline Sophia, 5th dau. 
of Colonel George Wyndham of Petworth, co. Sussex (afterwards Baron 
Leconfield); she died s.p. at Drove, co. Sussex, aged 22, on Friday, 
19 March 1852. ^ 



=Emily Marie, born 
at Penn House, co. 
Buckingham, 14 
September 1836; 
marr. at Conger- 
stone, CO. Leicester, 
5 February 1856; 
Woman of the Bed- 
chamber to Queen 
Alexandra ; died at 
19 South Audley 
Street, London, 
aged 74, on Friday, 
9 December, bur. 
at Kingscote 14 
December 19 10. 
2nd wife. 



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Lady Harriet Georgiana=j=Richard William Penn=pHon'''' Anne Frances, 



(Brudenell), 2nd dau. 
of Robert, 6th Earl of 
Cardigan, ist wife. 



Curzon - Howe, Earl 
Howe {see page 132). 



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2nd dau. of Vice- 
Admiral Sir John 
Gore,K.C.B. 2nd wife. 



Colonel Montagu Curzon, born at Curzon House,= 
South Audley Street, London, 21 September 1846 ; 
entered the Army as Ensign Rifle Brigade (The Prince 
Consort's Own) 10 November 1865, Lieutenant 1870, 
Captain 1878, Major 1882, Lieut.-Colonel 1893, Colonel 
by brevet 1897, retired 25 March 1903; A.D.C. to 
Major-General Edward Arthur Somerset, C.B., at 
Gibraltar, 7 October 1873 to 28 February 1877; served 
in operations on the North-West Frontier of India 
with the Tochi Field Force, and commanded the 2nd 
Brigade during a portion of the campaign 1897 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 11 Feb- 
ruary 1898, medal with clasp) ; M.P. for North 
Leicestershire 18 June 1883; J. P. for co. Leicester; 
died at Carat's Hay, Loughborough, co. Leicester, 
aged 61, I September, bur. at VVoodhouse, co. 
Leicester, 4 September 1907. Will dated 10 April 
1890, with codicil of same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1431, 1907) II October 1907, by Vice-Admiral the 
Hon'''' Sir Assheton Gore Curzon-Howe, K.C.B., C. V.O., 
C.M.G., and Almeric William FitzRoy. 



=Esmd, of Garat's Hay, Loughborough, 
youngest dau. of Francis Horatio 
FitzRoy of Frogmore Park, Black- 
water, CO. Hants, J. P. and D.L., by 
the Hon''' Gertrude (Duncombe) his 
wife, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Baron 
Feversham of Duncombe Park, co. 
York; born at 25 Belgrave Square, 
London, on Monday, 21 February, 
bapt. at Norton, co. Oxford, in May 
1859 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London (by the Rev. Lord 
Charles Edward FitzRoy), on Tuesday, 
19 October 1886; marr. 2ndly at St. 
Saviour's, Walton Place, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 26 October 
1909, the Rev. William Arthur King, 
Vicar of Woodhouse. 



Francis Richard Henry Penn=j=Mary, born at 50 Upper 



Curzon-Howe, Viscount Curzon, 
of Twycross House, co. Leicester 
(only child of Sir Richard 
George Penn Curzon-Howe, 4th 
Earl Howe) ; born i ALiy 1 884 ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; Commander 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
(Sussex Division) 1907. /t\ 



Brook Street, London, on 
Sunday, 30 October, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, in 
December 1887 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's-in-the-Elms, 
Woodhouse, on Monday, 
28 October 1907. 



William Montagu Curzon, born 
at 50 Upper Brook Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 8 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 7 October 
1891 ; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Lieutenant Rifle Brigade (Prince 
Consort's Own) Special Reserve. 



{For issue see page 134.) 



=Mary Anna, born 
atGopsall House, 
CO. Leicester, 22 
July 1 848 ; mar- 
ried in London 
7 January 1869. 



James, Duke of Abercorn, K.G. ; born at Byam House, Brighton, co. Sussex,= 

on Friday, 24 August 1838; educated at Harrow and at Christ Church, 

Oxford, matriculated 28 May 1857, B.A. i860, M.A. 1865 ; M.P. for 

CO. Donegal 17 July i860 to 24 March 1880; Lord of the Bedchamber to 

H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VH.) 1866-86, and 

Groom of the Stole to Queen Victoria 1886-91 ; Lord-Lieutenant and 

Custos Rotulorum for co. Donegal since 1885; J. P. for co. Tyrone; 

Hon. Colonel 5th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ; Privy Councillor 

(Ireland) 1887 ; Special Envoy to the Courts of Denmark, Sweden and 

Norway, Russia, Germany and Saxony to announce the Accession of King Edward VII. 

1901 ; Knight of the Dannebrog of Denmark, St. Anne of Russia and the Iron Crown of 

Austria; C.B. 1885, K.G. 1892; Ensign Royal Company of Archers 1908; Chairman of the 

British South Africa Company; succeeded his father as 2nd Duke 31 October 1885 ; died at 

61 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 3 January, bur. at Baronscourt, co. Tyrone, 

7 January 191 3 ; memorial services at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 6 January, 

and at the Cathedral, Salisbury, Rhodesia, South Africa, 10 January 1913. \N'ill dated 30 

April 1909, with six codicils dated 16 June 1909 to 18 December 1912, proved (Prin. Reg., 

873, 1913) 26 June 1913, by Lord George Hamilton, G.C.S.I., brother. 



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141 



=Alice Anne, of Saulfland, Christchurch, 
CO. Hants, elder dau. of General Sir 
John Clayton -Co well, K.C.B., P.O., 
R.E., by Georgiana Elizabeth (V.A.) 
his wife, only child of James Pulleine 
of Clifton Castle and Crake Hall, co. 
York ; born at Windsor, co. Berks, on 
Saturday, 6 December 1873, bapt. at 
the parish church, Windsor ; marr. at 
St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 
on Thursday, 25 February 1892. 



Admiral Sir Assheton Gore Curzon-Howe of Hubborn,= 

Christchurch, co. Hants, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., C.M.G. ; born 

at Gopsall, co. Leicester, on Saturday, 10 August 1850; 

entered the Navy on board the "Britannia," December 1863, 

Sub-Lieutenant 1870, Lieutenant 1872, Commander 1882, 

Captain 1888, Rear-Admiral 1901, Vice-Admiral 1905, 

Admiral 2 January 1909; ist- Lieutenant of "Bacchante" 

during her voyage with the Princes 1879-80, Commander 

H.M. Yacht "Osborne" 1886-88, Flag-Captain of 

"Boadicea," as Chief of the Staff; served in the Naval 

Brigade landed under the command of Vice-Admiral the 

Hon'''^ Sir Edmund Robert Fremantle, K.C.B., C.M.G., 

for the punitive expedition against the Sultan of Vitu in 

East Africa October 1890 (mentioned in despatches, C.B., 

general African medal, Vitu 1890, with clasp); Assistant 

Director of Naval Intelligence 29 August 1891 to 8 October 

1892 ; C.RLG. January 1896, for special service rendered 

while engaged in the protection of the Newfoundland 

Fisheries; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 6 July 1899, and to 

King Edward VH. ; commanded the "Britannia" 1897 

-1900; second in command Channel Squadron 5 June 

1902, China Station June 1903 to 1905, and of the Channel 

Fleet 1905, Commander-in-Chief Atlantic Fleet February 1907, Mediterranean Fleet 20 November 

1908, and at Portsmouth 1910; C.V.O. 9 November 1902, K.C.B. 30 June 1905, G.C.V.O. 

12 July 1909; Grand Cross of the Redeemer of Greece, of St. Benedict of Portugal and of the 

Osmanieh of Turkey ; Grand Cordon of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus of Italy, 

Commander of the Legion of Honour; received gold medal from the King of Italy for services 

rendered at the great earthquake at Messina in 1908; died at Admiralty House, Portsmouth, on 

Wednesday, i March, bur. with naval honours at Highcliffe, co. Hants, on Monday, 6 March 

1911. Memorial service at the Dockyard Church, Portsmouth, where a tablet has been placed 

to his memory. Will dated i March 1892, with codicil dated 31 March 1897, proved (Prin. 

Reg., 748, 191 1) 19 May 1911, by Walter Trower. 




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Leicester Charles Assheton 
St. John Curzon-Howe, 
born at St. John's, New- 
foundland, on Sunday, 8 
July 1894, bapt. at St. 
Thomas', St. John's, New- 
foundland ; educated at 
St. Andrew's School, East- 
bourne, and at the Royal 
Naval Colleges at Osborne 
and Dartmouth ; entered 
the Royal Navy as Cadet 
in May 1907, Midshipman 
November 191 1. 



Victoria Alexandrina Alice, 
born at Clifton Castle, 
Bedale, co. York, on Tues- 
day, I September 1896, 
bapt. at Thornton Watlass, 
CO. York (Queen Victoria 
stood sponsor) ; died at 
Admiralty House, Valetta, 
Malta, aged 13 years and 
5 months, on Thursday, 
3 February 19 10, bur. at 
Ta Braxia, Malta. 



Assheton Penn Cur- 
zon-Howe, born at 8 
Ovington Gardens, 
Kensington, London, 
on Sunday, 21 August 
1898, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, Walton 

Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex ; educated 
at St. Andrew's 
School, Eastbourne ; 
appointed Page of 
Honour to H.M. King 
George V. 19 13. 



Joyce Mary, born 
at Hubborn, Christ- 
church, CO. Hants, 
on Monday, 1 6 
July, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Highcliffe, 
in August 1906. 



Elizabeth Anne, 
born 15 November, 
bapt. at St. ISLark's, 
Highcliffe, 16 De- 
cember 1909. 



142 




aiiamson of Eintien Hall, 
CO* i^ortfjumberlanti- 



Lawrence Adamson of Whitehaven,= 
CO. Cumberland (only son of 
Anthony Adamson of Milgrove and 



.■(yi-i-^ 



•^^^^^^^J'^^-'^^^ 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Vert guttee-d'eau a cross invected in the 
first quarter a key in pale and in the 
second a talbot passant all or. 

Crest. — A talbot passant azure collared 
charged on the shoulder with a cross 
invected and holding in the dexter paw a 
key in pale all or. 

Motto. — Watch and ward. 



of AVhitehaven, both co. Cumberland, 
Solicitor and Banker, by Catharine 
his wife, dau. of Lawrence Harrison, 
Surgeon, of Brampton, co. Cumber- 
land) ; H.^L's Seneschal, Isle of 
Man ; died at 7 Windsor Crescent, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aged 83, 3 
January 1877, bur. in Jesmond Old 
Cemetery, Newcastle - upon - Tyne. 
Adraon was granted at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne 23 January 1877, to 
Lawrence William Adamson, son. 



Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of Captain Roger 
Walmesley, and sister 

1 and coheir of 

I James Wal- 
mesley of 
Pringle, co. 
Cumberland, 
Lieutenant 
R. N. ; marr. at Pen- 
rith, CO. Cumberland, 
on Thursday, 22 Feb- 
ruar)' 1821 ; died at 
7 Windsor Crescent, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
aged 83, on Tuesday, 
14 December 1875, 
bur. in Jesmond Old 
Cemetery, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 



^v^^^'^^Zi^^^ <^yT^i^^^:Z'f-f'i>i/^^>^^ 



AnthonyRobert 
Adamson, died 
in infancy, bur. 
at St. Thomas', 
Dublin. 



Anne Jane, 3rd= 
dau. of John 
Thomas Edward 
Flint of Filleigh, 
CO. Devon, of the 
Hon'''=Ea.st Indian 
Co.'s Service ; 
bom 10 December 1826 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Douglas, Isle of Man, 
22 December 1853 ; died at Jesmond 
House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, r6 
December 1869, bur. in Jesmond 
Old Cemetery, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. I St wife. 



Lawrence William .-Ydamson of Linden Hall,= 
CO. Northumberland, LL.D. ; bom 14 July 
1829 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Northumber- 
land, High Sheriff 1900, and Alderman of 
the County Council ; J. P. for co. Durham ; 
Barrister- at- Law, a Alember of the Manx 
Bar; LL.D. of Aberdeen University; died 
at Linden Hall 7 November 1911, bur. at 
Long Horsley, co. Northumberland. Will 
dated 6 February r90 7, with codicil dated 
28 Febmary 1907, proved at Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 27 January 19 12, by Sarah Frances 
Adamson, relict, John George Adamson, 
Lieut.-Colonel, son, and John Charles Swan. 



Sarah Frances, 
youngest dau. 
of William Swan 
of Walker, New- 
castle- upon - 
Tyne ; marr. 
at St. George's, 
Jesmond, New- 
castle - upon - 
Tyne (by her 
brother-in-law, 
the Rev. James 
Steel), on Satur- 
day, 2 3 February 
1889. 2nd wife. 




Lieut.-Colonel John George Adamson of Glenfame Hall,= 
CO. Leitrim, and of Linden Hall ; bom at Douglas, Isle 
of Man, 8 January 1S55, bapt. at St. George's, Douglas; 
educated at Rugby and at Trinity College and New Inn 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 17 May 1873 ; Lieutenant King's 
Own (Yorkshire) Light Infantry 6 September 1876, Captain 
8 December 1882, Major 10 January 1892, retired 27 
August 1898, D.A.A.G. Dublin, 16 March 1900, Lieut.- 
Colonel Reserve of Ofificers 18 October 1902 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Leitrim ; High Sheriff 1908. 



Caroline Sarah (Lina), only dau. 
of the Rev. Canon James Timothy 
Bainbridge Landon, Vicar of Ledsham, 
CO. York, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Francis ^\'att of Beverley, co. York ; 
bom at Ledsham on Saturday, 24 
November 1855, bapt. there i January 
1856; marr. at Ledsham on Thursday, 
9 August 1883. 



Muriel Annie Pearl, bom at Dinapore, India, 
on Sunday, 25 May 1884, bapt. there. 



Catharine Evelyn, bom at Gosport, co. Hants, 
8 December 1890, bapt. there. 



143 



Mary, born 9 
December 182 1 ; 
died unmarried 
2 1 February 

1846, buried at 
St. George's, 

Douglas, Isle of 
Man. 



John George Abbot of Ottercaps and Tone= 
Hall, both CO. Northumberland (son of 
John Abbot of Gateshead, co. Durham) ; 
died s.p. at 4 Saville Place, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, aged 51, 5 February 1867, bur. in 
Jesmond Old Cemetery, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Will dated 24 March 1864, ivith 
codicil dated 14 April 1864, proved at 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 22 February 1867, 
by Catharine Abbot, relict, Lawrence 
William Adamson, brother-in-law, Joseph 
Heald and Edward Glynn. 



"Catharine, born 20 May 1823; 
died at South Villa, Regent's 
Park, London, on Friday, 
4 May 1900, bur. in Jesmond 
Old Cemetery, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Will dated 15 Novem- 
ber 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
690, 1900) 28 May 1900, by 
Lawrence William Adamson, 
brother, and Major John 
George Adamson, nephew. 



Elizabeth Buchanan, born 26 August 1824; died 
at South Villa, Regent's Park, London, on Friday, 
28 December 1906, bur. in Jesmond Old Ceme- 
tery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Will dated 16 January 
1901, with codicil dated 23 July 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 6, 1907) 22 January 1907, by 
Lawrence William Adamson, brother, Lieut.- 
Colonel John George Adamson, nephew, and 
Edward Heathcote Lefroy. 



Anne, bom 28 September 1825 ; died at 
39 Hyde Park Gate, London, aged Si, on 
Sunday, 3 March 1907, bur. in Jesmond 
Old Cemetery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Will dated 21 February 1907, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 340, 1907) 18 March 1907, 
by Lawrence William Adamson and 
Lieut.- Colonel John George Adamson. 



Lawrence Arthur Adamson, born at 
Douglas, Isle of Man, 20 April i860; of 
Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1879, B.A. from Charsley Hall 
1884; of the inner Temple, called to the 
Bar 17 November 1885; Head Master, 
Wesley College, Melbourne, Victoria. 



Hugh Lee Pattinson of= 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
eldest son of Hugh 
Lee Pattinson of Scots 
House, CO. Durham. 



=Mary Constance, born at 
Douglas, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Whitley, co. Northum- 
berland, on Wednesday, 
19 October 1887. 



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'£t/nu^0^y. 






(S^otitiarti of Ct)e ilKlanor House, j^etoton 
Harcourt, co. iteicester* 



Henry Goddard (4th son of Joseph= 
Goddard of Leicester, by Ann his 
wife) ; born 15 June 1792 ; an 
Architect of Leicester ; died at 
Leicester 27 July 1868, buried at 
Knighton, co. Leicester. Will dated 
21 October 1863, with codicil dated 
27 July 1868, proved at Leicester 
17 December 1868, by Ann 
Goddard, relict, and Thomas North, 
gent. 



=Ann, dau. of William Gardiner ; born 
10 July i8o6; marr. at St. Martin's, 
Leicester, 21 December 1834; died 
at 18 De Montfort Square, Leicester, 
aged 78, on Wednesday, 15 April 
1885, buried at Leicester. Admon 
was granted at Leicester 9 June 1885, 
to Joseph Goddard, son. 



Henry Goddard, Joseph Goddard of The Manor House, Newton=j=Annie, dau. of John 

Wright of Pontefract, 



born 10 Novem- 
ber 1835 ; <i'S'^ 
I January 1845, 
bur. at Knighton. 



Harcourt, co. Leicester ; born 1 1 April 1 840 ; 
F.R.LB.A. 1871 ; F.S.L ; J. P. for co. Leicester; 
died at The Manor House, Newton Harcourt, 
aged 60, on Wednesday, 10 October, bur. at 
Newton Harcourt 15 October 1900. Will dated 
24 February 1900, proved at Leicester i January 
1901, by Annie Goddard, relict, Henry Langton 
Goddard and Alexander Goddard, sons. 



CO. York, J.P. ; bom 
22 September 1839 ; 
marr. at St. Giles', 
Pontefract, 6 October 
1864. 



Annie Eliza Blanche, 
born 30 July 1865, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Leicester ; died at Vic- 
toria Road, Leicester, 
aged 12, on Friday, 
8 February 1878, bur. 
at Leicester. 



Henry Langton Goddard of= 
The Manor House, Newton 
Harcourt ; born 9 July 
1866, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Leicester ; educated at 
Haileybury and at Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
II October 1884, B.A. 1887, 
M.A. 1892; F.R.LB.A. 



=Gertrude Phillips, younger dau. of 
Frederick Gordon of Bentley Priory, 
Stanmore, co. Middlesex, by Harriet 
Phillips his wife ; born at Ellerslie, 
Buckhurst Hill, co. Essex, on Thurs- 
day, 6 June 1872 ; marr. at Great 
Stanmore on Thursday, 25 September 
1902. 



Silvia Harriet Gordon, born 
at The Manor House, 
Newton Harcourt, 6 January 
1905- 



I 
Henry Gordon Goddard, born 

at The Manor House, Newton 

Harcourt, 15 July 1908. 



Diana Gertrude Butler, born 
at The Manor House, Newton 
Harcourt, 12 November 191 1. 



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Alexander Goddard of The Cottage, Hersham,= 
CO. Surrey; born 17 October 1867, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Leicester ; educated at Haileybury 
and at the Royal Agricultural College, Ciren- 
cester ; Inspector for the Board of Agriculture, 
Private Secretary to the President of the Board 
of Agriculture (the Rt. Hon'>'= Robert William 
Hanbury) 1901-1903 ; Secretary to the 
Surveyors' Institute 1905. 



=Ellen Henrietta, elder dau. of Stonhewer 
Edward lUingworth of Borough Court, 
Winchfield, co. Hants, and of Sea View, 
Isle of Wight, J. P., by Jessie his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Howard John Kennard ; born at 
Littlemore, co. Oxford, 25 November 1878 ; 
marr. at Mattingley, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 
13 November 1901. 



Jessie Mary Josephine, born at 
Sea View, Isle of Wight, 19 
August 1902, bapt. at St. 
Helen's, Isle of Wight. 



Henry Stonhewer Goddard, 
born at The Cottage, 
Hersham, 18 December 
1905, bapt. at Hersham. 



Helen Margaret, born at 
The Cottage, Hersham, on 
Tuesday, 7 December 1909, 
bapt. at Hersham. 



Samuel Mumford Everard= 
(son of John Breedon 
Everard of Leicester, 
J. P., by Harriet his vfife, 
dau. of Samuel Mum- 
ford) ; born at Leicester 
10 August 1869; of the 
Inner Temple, called to 
the Bar 10 June 1891. 



=Violet, born at South- 
fields, Leicester, on 
Tuesday, 26 September 
187 1, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Leicester ; 

marr. at St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Leicester, on 
Thursday, 14 May 1896. 



Arthur James Walmsley= 
of Hillsome, Tetbury, 
CO. Gloucester (son of 
George Walmsley, J. P. 
for CO. Lancaster) ; 
bom in 1865 ; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1884, B.A. 1887. 



I 
=Josephine Mary, 
born 19 May 
1873, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Leices- 
ter ; marr. at 
St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Knigh- 
ton, CO. Leicester, 
26 July 1893. 



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Major John Barttelot Aldridge, D.S.O. (youngest son of Colonel John= 
Aldridge of St. Leonard's Forest, Horsliam, co. Sussex, by Mary Alethea 
his wife, dau. of Samuel Matthews of Romford, co. Essex, and widow of 
Thomas Broadwood of Holmbush, co. Sussex) ; born at St. Leonard's, 
Horsham, on Wednesday, 8 February 1871 ; educated at Winchester 
and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; entered the Royal 
Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 27 July 1889, Lieutenant 27 July 1892, 
Captain 2 December 1899, Major 1905, Major Rocket Troop, Royal 
Horse Artillery, 20 August 1908; served in South African War 1899-1900, 
A.D.C. to Colonel Robert George Broadwood, Brigadier-General Cavalry 
Brigade, 22 February 1900 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
4 May 1900 and 10 September 1901, medal with six clasps, D.S.O. 29 
November 1900); died at Bangalore, India, aged 37, on Tuesday, 
16 January 1909. VVill 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. y^ 



•Margaret Jessie, 
born 26 November 
1875, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Leicester ; 
marr. at Newton 
Harcourt, co. Lei- 
cester, I August 
1899. She married 
2ndly at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, 26 March 1913, 
Horace Lloyd, Cap- 
tain 24th (North- 
amptonshire) Foot. 



(See Pedigree of Aldridge, Vol. 7, page 6g, and page i. of 
Addetulas to Vols. 10, 12, /J and 16.) 



Major Edward Warren Webber=j= 
Cochrane, M.B. (3rd son of 
John Cochrane of Lifford, co. 
Donegal, J. P. and D.L.); born 2 
May 1872 ; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. 
Dublin, 1895, D.P.H. 1906; 
Lieutenant Royal Army Medical 
Corps 29 July 1896, Captain 
29 July 1899, Major 29 January 
1908. 

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Phyllis, born 20 
April 1877, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Leicester ; marr. 
at Seale, co. 
Surrey, 15 Jan- 
uary 1910. 



Philip Leslie Goddard,= 
born at Beausite, 
Leicester, on Saturday, 
29 January- i88i, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Leicester ; 
Naval Cadet 15 July 
1895, Midshipman 15 
May 1897, Sub-Lieu- 
tenant 1 5 November 
1900, Lieutenant 31 De- 
cember 1902, appointed 
to H.M.S. "Argonaut" 
1 May 1 9 14. 



=Mabel, youngest 
dau. of James 
Law of 24 Lear- 
month Terrace, 
Edinburgh; mar- 
ried at Dean 
Parish Church, 
Edinburgh, 14 
September 191 1. 



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Chamberlain Hinchliff of Groom's Hill and of Lee, botlv 
CO. Kent, formerly of Park Street, Southwark, co. Surrey, 
and of Hendon Hall, co. Middlesex (only son of Thomas 
Hinchliff of Wandle Grove, Mitcham, co. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Chamberlain and Ann Goodwin); 
bom at Wandsworth, co. Surrey, in 1780; died at Lee 
on Friday, 26 December 1856, bur. at St. Margaret's, Lee. 
Will dated 15 November 1853, proved (P.C.C. 32, 57) 
29 January 1857, by Thomas Woodbine Hinchliff. son. 




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=Sarah, eldest dau. of Woodbine 
Parish of Bawburgh Hall, co. 
Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife, 
only surviving child of the Rev. 
Henry Headley, Vicar of North 
Walsham, co. Norfolk ; born at 
Polstead, co. Suffolk, 29 Sep- 
tember 1797; marr. there 21 
December 1824; died at Lee, 
aged 62, on Friday, 17 February 
i860, bur. at St. Margaret's, Lee. 

{See Pedigree of Parish, 
page go.) 



Thomas Woodbine Hinchliff, 
F.R.G.S. ; born at Southwark 
5 December 1825 ; admitted 
Pensioner of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 24 February 1845, 
B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852 ; of Lin- 
coln's Inn, called to the Bar 7 
June 1852 ; President and one of 
the founders of the Alpine Club ; 
Author of " Summer Months 
among the Alps," 1857, "South 
American Sketches," 1863, and 
other works ; died unmarried at 
Aixles-Bains, Savoy, France, 8 
May 1882, bur. there. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 7 July 1882, to Major 
Chamberlain Henry Hinchliff, 
brother. 



Major Chamberlain Henry=j= 
Hinchliff, born at Hendon Hall 
27 February 1827 ; Ensign 64th 
Foot 9 April 1847, Lieutenant 
3 August 1849, Captain 8 Feb- 
ruary 1850, Major retired 25 
September i860 ; served in 
Persia in 1857 (medal with clasp), 
and in the Indian Mutiny 
(medal) ; died at Worlington 
House, Instow, co. Devon, 
aged 64, on Monday, 30 Novem- 
ber 1891, bur. at Instow. Will 
dated 2 June 1882, with codicil 
dated 7 April 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 147, 92) 24 Feb- 
ruary 1892, by William Butt, 
Frederick Anthony Wallroth and 
Richard Henry Tidswell. 




^Matilda, dau. of James 
Brittain of Buenos Ayres, 
Argentine Republic, and 
of Croom's Hill, co. Kent, 
by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Peter Kendall ; 
born at Buenos Ayres 
14 October 1828; marr. 
at Penzance, co. Corn- 
wall, 4 August 1859; 
died at Worlington House, 
Instow, 4 March 19 11, 
bur. at Instow. Adfnon 
(with will dated 4 June 
1902) was granted at the 
Principal Registry (752, 
1911) 10 May 1911, to 
Katharine Mary Hinchliff, 
spinster, daughter. 



'Gervase Frederick Mathew of Lee House, =i=Fiances Sarah, born 



Dovercourt, co. Essex (2nd surviving son of 
Murray William Mathew of Instow, formerly 
of Elm Place, Finchley, co. Middlesex, and of 
Raleigh House, co. Devon); born at Barnstaple, 
CO. Devon, 11 February 1842; educated at 
Barnstaple Grammar School and Blundell's 
School ; entered the Royal Navy as Assistant 
Clerk 12 December i860, Assistant Paymaster 
15 February 1865, Paymaster 9 February 1879, 
retired as Paymaster-in-Chief 11 February 1902. 



at Canterbury, co. 
Kent, 22 March, 
bapt. in Canterbury 
Cathedral 8 May 
1 860 ; marr. at In- 
stow (by her brother- 
in-law, the Rev. 
Murray Alexander 
Mathew), 2 7 October 
1880. 



Katharine Mary, bom 
at Pentlow Hall, co. 
Essex, 26 February 
1 86 1, bapt. at Pentlow. 



Helen Maud, born at 
Pentlow Hall 23 Au- 
gust 1863, bapt. at 
Pentlow. 



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Chamberlain Frederick= 
Thomas Hinchlifif of 
Estancia La Gama, 
Venado Tuerto, Argen- 
tine Republic ; born at 
Pentlow Hall, co. Essex, 
21 December 1864, bapt. 
at Pentlow ; educated at 
the United Services 
College, Westward Ho ! 



=Evelyn, daughter 
of Henry W. 
Bainton of The 
Red House, 
Beverley, co. 
York ; married 
at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, 3 June 
1909. 



Evelyn, born in London 4 July, 
bapt. at Castor, co. Northampton, 
12 August 1 91 2. 



Douglas George 
Goodwin Hinchliff, 
born at Pentlow 
Hall 2 March 1866, 
bapt. at Pentlow ; 
died at Instow, co. 
Devon, aged 16, on 
Tuesday, 5 Septem- 
ber 1882, bur. there. 



Frank Brittain Hinchliff 
of La Gama and La 
Devonia, Venado Tuerto, 
Argentine Republic ; 
born 31 March 1867, 
baptised at Pentlow ; 
educated at the United 
Services College, West- 
ward Ho ! 



Rev. Henry Mountain Weston Hinchliff, born at= 
Pentlow Hall 11 December 1869, bapt. at 
Pentlow ; educated at the United Services College, 
Westward Ho ! and at Lincoln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 October 1889; Curate of Claxby- 
with-Normanby 1896-98, of St. Mary-le-Wigford, 
both CO. Lincoln, 189S-99, of Burnham Deepdale, 
CO. Norfolk, 1899-1901, Rector of Ampton, co. 
Suffolk, 1902; died s.p. at Ampton 30 June 1906, 
bur. there. Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 6 September 1906, to Woodbine Kendall 
Hinchliff, brother. 



=Winifred, dau. of the 
Rev. Canon Hugh 
James Hare, Vicar 
of Docking, co. 
Norfolk, and Rural 
Dean of Heacham ; 
marr. at Docking 
14 October 1901. 



Woodbine Kendall 
Hinchliff of Pendow, 
Headley, co. Hants; 
born at Pentlow Hall 
3 March 1874, bapt. 
at Pentlow ; edu- 
cated at the United 
Services College, 
Westward Ho ! and 
at Herkomer's Art 
School, Bushey. 



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Cotton lolireU of Bease|)eatt) Hall, to. 
Cljcster, ant) of ^f)allcros$ ifWanor, 

to. Bcrbj). 




Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Sable three buckles 
argent, Jodrell ; 2nd and 3rd, Azure a chevron 
between three hanks of cotton argent. Cotton. 

Crests. — I, A cock's head couped or combed 
and wattled gules wings elevated argent, 
Jodrell ; 2, A falcon proper belled or 
holding in the dexter claw a belt azure 
buckled of the second, Cotton. 

Motto. — Vigilando. 



Thoma.s Davenant Cotton= 
(3rd son of the Very Rev. 
George Cotton, LL.D., Dean 
of Chester, by Katherine 
Maria his wife, only dau. of 
James Tomkinson of Dorfold 
Hall, CO. Chester, and brother 
of the Very Rev. James Henry 
Cotton, Dean of Bangor, see 
Vol, 10, page 6g) ; Captain 
7th Royal Fusiliers ; served 
at taking of Copenhagen and 
Martinique, in the Peninsula 
(1810), at Salamanca and the 
Pyrenees ; Brigade-Major to 
Major-General Byng, com- 
manding 2nd Division ; 
mortally wounded at Anhoue, 
near Bayonne, 10 November, 
died at Nivelle, aged 29, 
13 November 18 13. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see 
"Notes" to ''Visitation 
0/ England and Wales," 
Vol. g, page 88.) 



=Mary Headley Burnley 
of Halifax, Nova Scotia ; 
marr. at Halifax 25 June 
18 10; died at Monks 
Kirby, co. Warwick, 
aged 79, 15 Septem- 
ber 1870, bur. there. 
Adinon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
10 October 1870, to the 
Rev. Ralph Hutchinson 
Simpson. She married 
2ndly the Rev. Ralph 
Hutchinson Simpson 
(son of Thomas Simp- 
son), Vicar of Monks 
Kirby and Withybroke, 
CO. Warwick. 



Rt. Rev. George Edward Lynch Cotton, Bishop of Calcutta ;= 
born at Chester 29 October 1813 ; educated at Westminster, 
admitted 17 January 1825, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Pensioner on Westminster Election 1832, Scholar 1833, 
B.A. (ist-class Classics) 1836, M.A. 1839, Fellow 1838, 
D.D. 1858, and ad eundem Oxford 3 June 1858; Assistant- 
Master at Rugby School 1837-52, Head-Master of Marlborough 
College 1852-58; consecrated Bishop of Calcutta in Westminster 
Abbey 13 May 1858, installed 14 November 1858; accidentally 
drowned at Kushtia, on the Gorai River, India, 6 October 
1866, his body never being recovered. Will dated 15 August 
1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 16, 67) 16 January 1867, by 
Sophia Anne Cotton, relict, and Henry Richard Tomkinson, 
Barrister-at-Law. 



=Sophia Anne (his cousin), 
elder dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Tomkinson of Reaseheath 
Hall, CO. Chester, by Harriet 
Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Shakespear Philips ; born at 
Davenham, co. Chester, 30 
April, bapt. at the parish 
church, Davenham, 31 May 
1828; marr. at Acton, co. 
Chester (by the Very Rev. 
James Henry Cotton, Dean 
of Bangor), on Thursday, 26 
June 1845. 



150 



Colonel Sir Edward Thomas Davenant Cotton-Jodrell, K.C.B., of= 
Reaseheath Hall, co. Chester, and of Shallcross Manor, co. Derby, 
and of 2 Portman Square, London ; bom at Rugby, co. Warwick, 
on Tuesday, 29 June 1847; educated at Rugby, at Marlborough, 
and at the Royal Mihtary Academy, Woolwich (passed first in 
Artillery Commissions June 1868) ; entered the Royal Artillery 
as Lieutenant 15 July 1868, Captain Royal Artillery 1879, 
retired 1881 ; Lieut.- Colonel Commanding and Hon. Colonel 
(1898) 2nd Cheshire Royal Engineers (Railway Battalion) 1888 
-1908, Territorial Decoration 1909 ; Assistant Director for Volunteer 
Services at Headquarters 1906-1907, and Deputy Assistant 
Director of the Territorial Force, War Office (with rank of Colonel) 
1907-12, retired 1913 ; created C.B. 1902, K.C.B. at the Coronation 
of King George V. 22 June 191 1 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Chester; 
M.P. for CO. Chester (Wirrall Division) 1885-1900; assumed by 
Royal Licence dated 10 July 1890, the additional surname and 
arms of Jodrell. 



=Mary Rennell, elder dau. 
of William Rennell 
Coleridge of Salston 
House, CO. Devon, J. P. 
and D.L., by Katherine 
Frances his wife, only 
surviving dau. of Captain 
Robert Cutts Barton, 
R.N. ; marr. at Ottery 
St. Mary, co. Devon (by 
the Rev. Frederick John 
Coleridge), on Wednes- 
day, 24 April 1878. 



Henry Ramsden of 5 Lower Berkeley Street, London= 
(4th son of John Charles Francis Ramsden of Willing- 
hurst, CO. Surrey, J. P. and D.L. for the counties of 
York and Surrey, Captain Royal Artillery, by Emma 
Susan his wife, dau. of the Rev. Edward Duncombe) ; 
born 14 March 1871; educated at Eton; entered 
the Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 13 February 
1891, Lieutenant 13 February 1894, Captain Royal 
Horse Artillery 15 March 1900, retired 12 December 
1906; Extra A.D.C. to Lieut.-General and General 
Governor of Ireland 11 December 1899 to 10 August 
1903- / 



=Dorothy Lynch, 
born at 5 1 Lower 
Leeson Street, 
Dublin, on Fri- 
day, 1 3 June 
1879; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
3 June 1902. 



George Henry 
Coleridge Cotton, 
born at Rease- 
heath Hall on 
Monday, 16 Jan- 
uary 1882, died at 
Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, aged 5 
months,onSunday, 
25 June following, 
bur. at Worleston, 
CO. Chester. 



151 



Rev. Walter Hillyard (sth son of the Rev.- 
Temple Hillyard, Canon of Chester, and 
Rector of Okeford, co. Devon, by Ellen Anne 
his wife, eldest dau. of the Very Rev. Frederick 
Anson, D.D., Dean of Chester); born 6 April 
1853; marr. at Worleston, co. Chester (by 
his father), on Wednesday, 29 January 1879 ; 
Incumbent of Doddington, co. Chester, 
1878-80, Vicar of Worleston 1880 until his 
death ; died at The Vicarage, Worleston, aged 
28, on Thursday, 21 July, bur. at Worleston 
26 July 1881. Admon (with will dated 30 June 
1881) was granted (Prin. Reg., 813, 81) 15 No- 
vember 1 88 1, to Ursula Mary Hillyard, relict. 
ist husband. 



=Ursula Mary,- 
born at Marl- 
borough, CO. 
Wilts, 9 No- 
vember, bapt. 
there 27 De- 
cember 1857. 



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=f=Rev. Arthur Atkinson of 
Highlield, Northop, co. Flint 
(son of John Atkinson of 
Leeds, co. York, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of William Hey 
of Leeds) ; bom at Leeds 24 
March, bapt. there 18 June 
1834; marr. at Horton, co. 
Buckingham, on Wednesday, 
25 June 1884 ; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1856, M.A. 1859; Vicar of 
Audlem, co. Chester, 1865 
-95, Rural Dean of Nantwich 
1872-95, Hon. Canon of 
Chester 1880. 2nd husband. 

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Captain Richard Greville Arthur Wellington Stapleton-Cotton,= 
M.V.O., R.N., of Llwynon, Llanfair-PwU-Gwyngyll, co. Anglesey 
(2nd son of Colonel the Hon'''= Richard Southwell George 
Stapleton-Cotton) ; born at Wellington Barracks, London, on Friday, 
7 November 1873; entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet 15 January 
1887, Midshipman 15 May 1889, Sub-Lieutenant 14 May 1893, 
Lieutenant 30 June 1895, Commander 31 August 1905, Captain 
1913; M.V.O. (4th-class) 8 September 1905; 2nd in command of 
Royal Naval College, Osborne, 15 November 1906 to 19 10, appointed 
to cruiser "Barham" 3 January 191 1. 

{See Pedigree of Combermere, page 2j.) 



= Olive Harriet, born 
at Roseheath Hall, co. 
Chester, on Thursday, 
23 August, bapt. at 
Worleston 30 Sep- 
tember 1883 ; marr. 
at Acton, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, 9 August 
1910. 



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Carbonell 



Arms. — Gules between three plates argent a fesse of the last: 
Crest. — A dexter arm embowed mailed holding a scimitar. 
A/olio.— Penset avant parler. 



Fanny, only dau. of=y=John Carbonell of Hendon Place, co. Middle-=j= 



Sir William Parsons, 
Knight, of Somerset 
Street, Portman Square, 
London, by Charlotte 
his wife, dau. of John 
Worgan; born in 1779; 
marr. 8 October 1803 ; 
died on Wednesday, 
8 December 1813, bur. 
at Great Stanmore, co. 
Middlesex, ist wife. 



sex (son of John Carbonell, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Browne Tufnell) ; born in 
1770; died at Hayling Park, Croydon, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 31 August 1837, bur. 
at Great Stanmore. Will dated 4 July 1837, 
with four codicils dated 6 July 1837, 18 July 
1837 (two), and 22 August 1837, proved 
(P.C.C. 652 Norwich) 20 September 1837, 
by Mary Sophia Carbonell and Maria Charlotte 
Carbonell, spinsters, daughters, and John 
Green. 



Charlotte fieckford, 
dau. of Captain John 
Baker Hay, R.N. ; 
born 19 October 
1790; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 28 
June 181 7 ; died in 
Regent Street, Lon- 
don, on Monday, 
7 June 1830, bur. 
at Great Stanmore. 
2nd wife. 



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{For issue see page Ij8.) 



Rev. Thomas Douglas Hodgson= 
(youngest son of John Hodgson 
of Buckden, co. Huntingdon, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
St. Barbe of Ridgeway, co. 
Hants); bapt. at Buckden in 
1796; educated at Westminster 
School (admitted Christmas, 
1810), and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
II March 18 14, aged 18, 
Scholar 18 18, B.A. (19th 
Wrangler) 1819, M.A. 1822 ; 
Rector of East Woodhay 
with Ashmansworth, co. Hants, 
2 April 1825 until his death; 
died at the Rectory, East 
Woodhay, aged 87, on Friday, 
8 February 1884, bur. at 
East Woodhay. Will dated 
8 December 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 309, 84) 21 April 
1884, by John Benjamin Lee, 
Henry John Hodgson and 
George Egerton Hodgson, sons. 
He married istly in 1828, 
Sarah, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Rice, Rector of Great 
Holland, co. Essex. 



=Mary Sophia, 
born I August 
1804; marr. 
at Buckland, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 1 5 
July 1845 ; 
died s.p. at 
the Rectory, 
EastWoodhay, 
10 December 
1863, bur. at 
EastWoodhay. 
2nd wife. 



John Tufnell Carbonell,= 
born 13 March 1806; 
died at Harpsden Court, 
Henley-on-Thames, co. 
Oxford, aged 72, on 
Tuesday, 1 1 March 
1879, bur. at Green- 
ham, CO. Berks. Will 
dated 15 June 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
322, 79) 21 April 1879, 
by Elizabeth Frances 
Carbonell, spinster, 
daughter, and George 
Edgar Frere, nephew. 



=Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of Edgar Corrie, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
Ashton Byrom of 
Moor Hall, co. Ches- 
ter ; born 1 5 March 
1813; marr. at St. 
Giles - in - the - Fields, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 1 2 December 
1839 ; died at 
Greenham Lodge on 
Wednesday, 14 De- 
cember 1870, bur. at 
Greenham. 



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Elizabeth Frances, of 114 Queen's Gate, 
South Kensington, London ; born in 
Oxford Square, London, on Saturday, 20 
May, bapt. at St. James', Paddington, 
22 June 1843. 



153 



Rev. Henry Samuel Eyre (eldest= 
son of Walpole Eyre of Bryan- 
ston Square, London); educated 
at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 May 
1834, aged 17, B.A. 1838, M.A. 
1840; a Student of the Inner 
Temple 1838; Vicar of Newing- 
ton, CO. Kent, 1862-70, and of 
All Saints', St. John's Wood, 
CO. Middlesex, 1870; died at 
35 Finchley Road, St. John's 
Wood, aged 74, on Saturday, 
26 July 1890, bur. at Hendon, 
CO. Middlesex. Will dated 14 
June 1884, with three codicils 
dated 26 March 1888, 2 February 
1889 and 8 March 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1012, 90) 14 No- 
vember 1890, by Henry Samuel 
Eyre and VValpoIe Edwin Eyre, 
sons. 



=Maria Charlotte, 
born 23 June 
1807 ; marr. at 
Buckland, co. 
Surrey, 8 No- 
vember 1844 ; 
died 25 January 
1887, bur. at 
Hendon. 



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William Charles Car-= 
bonell of 182 Regent 
Street, London, and 
Avenue Road, Regent's 
Park ; born 3 1 January 
1809; died at Rhiw 
Castell, Usk, co. Mon- 
mouth, aged 78, on 
Monday, 1 7 October 
1887, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, Lon- 
don. Will dated 8 
September 1879, with 
codicil dated 9 March 
1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 113, 88) 28 
February 1888, by John 
Carbonell, son, and 
Charles Bell. 



=Sarah Mary, dau. 
of Major Rohde, 
by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Joseph 
Cotton ; born 14 
September 1813; 
married at St. 
James', Croydon, 
CO. Surrey, 2 
February 1837; 
died at 182 
Regent Street, 
London, on Sun- 
day, 19 March 
187 1, bur. in 
Kensal Green, 
Cemetery. 



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William Charles Carbonell of 
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia ; born 

23 November 1837, bapt. at 
St. James', Croydon, 16 Jan- 
uary 1838; died in Lydiard 
Street, Ballarat, 28 September 
1892. AdiSon (with will dated 

24 September 1892) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 874, 1900) 13 June 
1900, to George Edgar Frere, 
Attorney for widow and sole 
Executrix. He married in Aus- 
tralia, Alice Mary, who married 
2ndly Harry Astwood Ross. 

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Eleanor, Deaconess 
of Usk ; born 1 5 
July, bapt. at St. 
James', Croydon, 12 
September 1839. 



John Carbonelh 
of Fairleigh, 
Reigate, co. 
Surrey; born 25 
February, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Paddington, co. 
Middlesex, 1 5 
April 1 84 1. 



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=Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Arthur Dabbs of 
Seckington, co. War- 
wick, by Mary Prinsep 
his wife; born 25 July 
1851 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's,Usk,on Friday, 
24 November 187 1. 




Leila Mary, 
born at 182 
Regent Street, 
London, on 
Saturday, 1 2 
July, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, 
Usk, 31 Au- 
gust 1874. 



Edith Frances, 
born at Straw- 
berry Vale House, 
East Finchley, 
CO. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 20 June, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, North 
Finchley, 20 July 
1876. 



Herbert Walker Pulleyn of= 
8 Coppergate, York (eldest 
son of Edward Pulleyn of 
Lastingham, co. York, by 
Lucy Jane his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Liversidge); born at 
York on Christmas Day, 
1874, bapt. at St. Olave's, 
York ; educated at King 
William's College, Isle of 
Man. /\ 



=Hilda Rohde, born at Strawberry 
Vale House, East Finchley, on 
Wednesday, 10 October, bapt. at 
Christ Church, North Finchley, 
17 December 1877; marr. at 
All Saints', Highgate, co. Mid- 
dlesex (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Francis Rohde Carbonell), on 
Wednesday, 17 January 1900. 



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Robert Warren Carbonell of Cheltenham,' 
CO. Gloucester; born 21 February i8io; 
died at 3 Oriel Terrace, Cheltenham, 
aged 49, 12 July 1859, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Cheltenham. Will dated 30 May 
1850, proved (Prin. Reg., 79, 64) 18 
February 1864, by Katherine Carbonell, 
relict. 



=Katherine, dau. of Lieut. -Colonel William Brewse 
Kersterman of Milverton, co. Somerset ; born 26 
June 1824; marr. at the parish church, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 16 February 1847; died at Tivoli 
Lodge, Cheltenham, aged 77, on Saturday, 13 April 
1 90 1, bur. in the cemetery at Cheltenham. Will 
dated 10 October 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
704, 1901) 7 June 1901, by George Edgar Frere. 



Robert Ambrose Carbonell, born at Bordeaux, France, 11 December 1847, bapt. at the 

English Church, Bordeaux; died unmarried in London 30 July 1893, bur. in the Tower 

Hamlets Cemetery, London. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 7 June 1901, to 
Frances Mary Carbonell, spinster, sister. 



Edward Turner Rev. Francis Rohde Carbonell, born 4 June,= 

Carbonell of bapt. at St. Mary's, Paddington, 5 July 

U.S.A. ; born 28 1849; of Merton College, Oxford, matricu- 

January, bapt. lated 16 January 1869, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875; 

at St. Mary's, Rector of Littleton-on-Severn, co. Gloucester, 

Paddington, 9 1876-84, Senior Curate of Tewkesbury 

March 1843. Abbey, co. Gloucester, 1884-87, Vicar of 

=j= Kingston, co. Somerset, 1887-88, and of 

A Fairford, co. Gloucester, 1888, Rural Dean 

1900; Hon. Canon of Gloucester 191 1, 

Proctor in Convocation, Gloucester, 19 10-12. 



=Katherine Dorinda, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. Arthur Rainey 
Ludlow of Durrant, Bideford, 
CO. Devon, by Annette his 
wife, only child of Thomas 
Wall Hewitt of Clancoole, 
Bandon, co. Cork ; born 8 
April 1848 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Cheltenham, 13 
February 1874. 



Katherine Mary, born at Stourton House, 
Stourbridge, co. Worcester, on .Sunday, 13 
December 1874, bapt. at Kinver, co. 
Stafford, 17 January 1875. 



Margaret Alice, born at the Rectory, 
Littleton-on-Severn, on Sunday, 24 
September, bapt. at Littleton-on-Severn 
(by her father) 5 November 1876. 



John Carbonell of 150 Albert Palace Mansions,= 
Battersea Park, co. Surrey ; born at Strawberry 
Vale House, East Finchley, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, i5 April, bapt. at Christ Church, 
North Finchley, 24 June 1879; educated at 
Merchant Taylors' School. 



■Barbara Madelaine Honor, dau. of Ezekiel 
Rouse, M.D., of Morwenstow, and Bideford, 
CO. Devon, by Margaret Lloyd his wife, 4th 
dau. of the Rev. Arthur Rainey Ludlow of 
Durrant, Bideford; born 31 January 1883; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bideford, 7 September 
1904. 



Morwenna Mary, 
born at 86 Over- 
strand Mansions, 
Battersea Park, on 
Thursday, 3 Au- 
gust, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, Battersea, 
19 September 1905. 



John Rouse Carbonell, 
born at 1 18 Albert Palace 
Mansions, Battersea Park, 
on Thursday, 13 February, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, 17 
March igo8. 



Tufnell Rouse Carbonell, 
born at 150 Albert Palace 
Mansions, Battersea Park, 
on Saturday, 2 July, died 
there, aged 4 weeks, on 
Friday, 29 July, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Reigate, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 4 August 
1910. 



William Leycester 
Rouse Carbonell, 
bom at 150 Albert 
Palace Mansions, 
Battersea Park, on 
Wednesday, 14 
August, bapt. at All 
Saints', Battersea 
Park, 1 7 September 
1912. 



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Rev. Arthur Tyrwhitt-Drake (son of Thomas^ 
Tyrwhitt-Drake of Shardeloes, Amersham, 
CO. Buckingham, M.P., LL.D., by Anne his 
wife, dau. and coheir of the Rev. William 
VVickham of Garsington, co. Oxford); of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1822, 
M.A. 1825 ; died at Bucknall, co. Oxford, 
15 September 1831, bur. at Amersham. 
Adinon was granted (P.C.C. Tebbs) 20 
October 1831, to the Rev. John Tyrwhitt- 
Drake, brother, ist husband. 



=Frances Anne, born 19 June 181 1; marr. 14 
September 1831 ; died at Glenfall Lodge, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 27 November 1897, 
bur. in Prestbury Cemetery, Cheltenham. Will 
dated 6 October 1892, with codicil dated 23 
June 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 1354, 97) 
24 December 1897, by George Egerton Hodgson, 
retired Captain H.M. Army, and Lucy Pennycuick, 
spinster. She married 2ndly 12 May 1834, 
Henry Maltby of York Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, who was bur. in Prestbury Cemetery, 
Cheltenham. 



Frances Mary, of 
Tivoli Lodge, Chel- 
tenham ; born 22 
December 1850, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Paddington, co. 
Middlesex, 23 Jan- 
uary 1 85 1. 



Annie Victoria, born 26 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Cheltenham, 
9 March 1852 ; died unmarried at 
Tivoli Lodge, Cheltenham, on 
Tuesday, 12 April 19 10, bur. in 
the cemetery at Cheltenham. Will 
dated i September 1909, proved 
at Gloucester 11 May 19 10, by 
Evelyn Martin Byron Joyce. 



Leycester Patrick= 
Carbonell of 

Rosario di Santa 
Y€, Argentine 
Republic ; born 
at Cheltenham 
17 March, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Cheltenham, 13 
April 1853. 



=Sarah Ellen, dau. 
of Matthew Kava- 
nagh, by Sarah 
Macguire his wife; 
borni4junei862; 
marr. at Bragado, 
Buenos Ayres, Ar- 
gentine Republic, 
4 May 1881. 



Robert Douglas 
Carbonell, born 27 
September 1882, 
bapt. at 9° de Julio, 
Buenos Ayres. 



Leycester Matthew 
Carbonell, born 25 
March 1884, bapt. 
at Bragado, Buenos 
Ayres. 



Ellen Sarah, born 25 December 1885, bapt. at 9° de 
Julio, Buenos Ayres ; marr. at Martino Paz, Buenos 
Ayres, 3 November 1902, John Traverso ; died 
6 March 1908. =j= 



Violet Victoria, born 
21 October 1887, 
bapt. at San Carlos, 
Buenos Ayres. 



Mary Patrick, born 
6 March 1894, bapt. 
at Paz, de Santa Fe, 
Argentine Republic. 



Diego Kavanagh Car- 
bonell, born 30 August 
1895, bapt. at Paz, 
de Santa Fd 



Edward Vincent Car- 
bonell, born 28 March 
1902, died 8 June 
following. 



Henry Carbonell, born 20 April, bapt. at St. James's, Paddington, co. Middlesex, 14 June 
1851 ; died at Westbourne Green, Paddington, aged 17 weeks, on Saturday, 16 August 1851. 



Arthur Francis Carbonell, born 
at Strawberry Vale House, East 
Finchley, co. Middlesex, 16 
September, bapt. at Christ 
Church, North Finchley, 31 
October 1880; educated at 
Merchant Taylors' School. 



Lestock Sydney Carbonell, born 
at Strawberry Vale House, East 
Finchley, on Friday, 6 October, 
bapt. at Christ Church, North 
Finchley, i November 1882 ; 
educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School. 



William Charles Carbonell, 
born at 7 Broadlands Road, 
Highgate, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 2 March, bapt. 
at All Saints', Highgate, 20 
April 1892 ; educated at 
Marlborough. 



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Leycester William Carbonell, born at Hendon Place,-^Josephine Mary, dau. of Judge von 

CO. Middlesex, 20 July 1812; died at 74 Maison Dieu ^ ■ ' -•■ ■"- a. ..._:- . .. 

Road, Dover, co. Kent, aged 61, on Friday, 3 October 

1873, bur. at Dover. Will dated 19 February 1867, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 750, 73) 25 November 1873, by 

John Tufnell Carbonell and William Charles Carbonell, 

brothers. 



Greipel of Vienna, Austria; marr. at 
Vienna 26 February 1838; died 
at 41 Hereford Road, Bayswater, 
London, on Saturday, 31 July 1858, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 



Arthur Leycester 
William Carbonell, 
born in 1839; died 
in December 1910. 



Major-General Sir Francis=^Selina Eleanor=i 



Worgan Festing, K.C.M.G., Mary, of King's 
C.B. (2nd son of Captain Lea, Kemerton, 
Benjamin Morton Festing, co. Gloucester. 
R.N., by Caroline Jane his 
A wife, only dau. of Francis B. 

Wright of Hinton Blewett, 

CO. Somerset) ; born at High Littleton, co. 

Somerset, 24 July 1833; educated at the Royal 

Naval College, New Cross ; entered the Royal 

Marine Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 3 July 1850, 

ist Lieutenant 1854, Captain 1862, Major 1862; 

Lieut.-Colonel 1872, Colonel 7 January 1874, 

A.A.G. 1876-83, Colonel Commandant Royal 

Marine Artillery 3 September 1886, retired as 

Major-General ; served in the Baltic 1854-55 

(medal); in the Crimea, at Sebastopol and surrender 

of Kinbourn (medal with clasp, Turkish medal, 

Knight of the Legion of Honour) ; in the China 

Expedition 1857-59 (medal with clasp, brevet of 

Major); in Ashantee War 1873-74, for which he 

received thanks of both Houses of Parliament 

30 March 1874; received Royal Albert Medal, 
also medal from Board of Trade for saving life at 
sea; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 7 July 1879; C.B. 

31 March 1874, K.C.ftLG. 8 May 1874; Knight 
of Hanover; marr. at Harpsden-cum-Bolney, co. 
Oxford, on Thursday, 14 September 1876; died 
at Donnington Lodge, Newbury, co. Berks, on 
Sunday, 21 November, bur. in Eastney Cemetery, 
Portsmouth, 26 November 1886. Will dated 16 
September 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 117, 87)'; 
II February 1887, by Dame Selina Eleanor Mary ! 
Festing, relict, ist husband. J^ 



Colonel Robert Carstairs 
Drysdale of The Mythe 
House, Tewkesbury, co. 
Gloucester (son of John 
Drysdale of Kylrie, co. 
Dumfries) ; born 8 Oc- 
tober 1839 ; entered 
the Royal Artillery as 
Lieutenant 15 May 1857, 
Captain 1868, Major 
1877, Lieut.-Colonel 1884, 
Colonel 30 May 1888, 
retired i April 1 890 ; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 
on Tuesday, 27 April 
1897 ; died at 1 14 Queen's 
Gate, South Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 16 
January, bur. at Buxted, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednes- 
20 January 1904. Will 
dated 27 April 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 470, 
1904) 7 April 1904, by 
Turner Van Straubenzee, 
C.B., retired Major- 
General. 2nd husband. 



Henry Carbonell, born at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 26 February, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Cheltenham, 5 April 1854; died 
unmarried at Sydney, New South Wales, 
8 June 1882. Adrnon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 19 June 1883, to 
Katherine Carbonell, mother and only next 
of kin. 



Tufnell Matthew Carbonell, born at Cheltenham 
21 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, Cheltenham, 
12 November 1857 ; died unmarried at El Careo 
Pueblo 25° de Mayo, Buenos Ayres, Argentine 
Republic, 18 October 1907. Adiiion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 11 August 19 10, to 
Frances Mary Carbonell, spinster, sister and one 
of the ne.\t of kin. 



157 



Fanny, only dau. of=j=John Carbonell of Hendon=f=Charlotte Beckford, dau 



Sir William Parsons. 
I St wife. 



Place, CO. Middlese.x {see 
page ^53)- 



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of Captain John Baker 
Hay, R.N. 2nd wife. 



Selina, born 27 
August 18 18; 
died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 
Qmonths, irijiine 
181 9, bur. there. 



Thomas Bourdillon of Horkesley Han,= 
CO. Essex (eldest son of the Rev. 
Thomas Bourdillon, Vicar of Fenstan- 
ton with Hilton, co. Huntingdon, by 
- Dewar of Clapham, co. Surrey, 
his wife) ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 
20 August 1825, called to the Bar 
8 June 1832 ; died s.p. at Horkes- 
ley Hall, aged 83, on Thursday, 6 
December 1888, bur. at Horkesley. 
Will dated 16 August 1874, with two 
codicils dated 2 June 1879 and 4 
April 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 5, 89) 
17 January 1889, by Francis Wright 
Bourdillon, nephew. 



=Selina, born 2 April 1820; marr. 
at Barham, co. Kent (by the Rev. 
Francis Bourdillon), on Tuesday, 17 
October 1871; died at 5 Cumber- 
land Gardens, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, aged 90, on Monday, 7 
November, bur. at Greenham, co. 
Berks, on Friday, 1 1 November 1910. 
Will dated 12 July 1900, with three 
codicils dated 6 October 1903, 28 
December 1905 and 27 May 1907, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1653, 1910) 12 
December 19 10, by John Carbonell, 
nephew, John Carbonell, junior, and 
Elizabeth Frances Carbonell. 



Rev. William Francis Hotham=j=Emma, born 22 No- 



(youngest son of the Rev. the 
Hon'''^ Frederick Hotham, 
Prebendary of Rochester, and 
grandson of Beaumont, 2nd 
Baron Hotham); born 28 March, 
bapt. at Rochester Cathedral 2 
April 181 9; educated at West- 
minster School (admitted 21 
January 1833) and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 5 
May 1837, Student 1837-43, 
B.A. 1 84 1, M.A. 1843, Fellow 
of All Souls' 1843-55; Rector 
of Buckland, co. Surrey, 1853 
until his death ; died at the 
Rectory, Buckland, aged 64, on 
Monday, 10 September 1883, 
bur. at Buckland. Will dated 9 
February 1865, with codicil dated 
21 April 1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 36, 84) 31 January 1884, 
by Augustus Thomas Hotham, 
brother. 



vember 182 1 ; marr. 
at Buckland (by the 
Rev. Thomas Doug- 
las Hodgson) on 
Wednesday, 31 Jan- 
uary 1855 ; died at 
Telham Grange, 

Battle, CO. Sussex, 
aged 78, on Monday, 
28 May 1900, bur. 
at Buckland. Will 
dated 16 July 1898, 
proved at Lewes 5 
July 1900, by Frede- 
rick William Hotham 
and the Very Rev. 
Edward Reid Currie, 
Dean of Battle, D.D. 



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Charlotte Maria,born 
15 October 1823 ; 
died unmarried at 
Mount Edgcombe 
House, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, on 
Friday, 27 August 
1897, bur. at Green- 
ham. Will dated 19 
January 1889, with 
codicil dated 7 
August 1897, proved 
(Prin.Reg., 1082,97) 
27 October 1897, by 
John Carbonell and 
Frederick William 
Hotham. 



Barton Hay Car- 
bonell, born at 
StagenhoePark, 
CO. Hertford, 1 2 
November 1827; 
died at Buck- 
land on Tues- 
day, 23 April 
1844, bur. at 
Great Stanmore, 
CO. Middlesex. 




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158 




€tpp of C})eImsforli, 



Mary Marke=f=Edward Gepp of Chelmsford,= 
of Halstead, co. Essex, formerly of Black 
CO. Essex ; Notley, co. Essex, Attorney - 
married by at- Law; for many years a 
licenceatHal- Lieutenant and Paymaster of 
stead 28 De- the Western Battalion Essex 
cember 1758. Militia; died, aged 65, on 
ist wife. Monday, 16 January 1797, 

bur. at Chelmsford. 



Arms on record in the College 
of Arms. — Per chevron azure and 
gules a chevron engrailed or 
surmounted of a plain chevron 
sable between three falcons close 
argent beaked legged jessed and 
belled of the third collared gules. 

Crest. — -A mount vert thereon 
eagle rising azure wings 



Edward Marke Gepp, of the Hon'''* 
East India Co.'s Service ; entered 
the Madras Army as Ensign 6 June 
1779, Lieutenant 1786, Captain 
1796, Major 1 2th Native Infantry 
17 June 1800; died unmarried at 
Munsoorcottah, India, aged 42, 20 
January, bur. at Barrampore, India, 
21 January 1802. M.I. 



=Ann, daughter of 
William Robinson 
of Scarborough, 
CO. York, Mariner 
and Shipowner, 
by Mary Duesbery 
his wife ; bom 17 
September 1744 ; 
married at St. 
Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 
21 May 1764 ; 
died 5 July 
1832, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Chelms- 
ford. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Frost Gepp of Che]msford,=T=Anna Maria, eldest dau. of 



erminois gorge<J with a collar and 
in the beak a mascle or the dexter 
claw supporting a sword erect 
proper pomel and hik gold. 
Motto. — Persevero. 



Attorney-at-Law ; born 16 April, 
bapt. at Chelmsford 20 May 1767; 
educated at Felsted School; Clerk 
to the Commissioners of Sewers 
appointed under the Great Seal for 
the levels of Burnhani and Bradwell, 
and also Clerk to the Commissioners 
of Land Tax for co. Essex ; Deputy 
Treasurer of the Western division 
of CO. Essex, Distributor of Stamps, 
served as Under-Sheriff for co. 
Essex; Captain 2nd Battalion Essex 
Local Militia, sometime Major 
Commandant of Corps of Loyal Chelmsford Volunteers ; died at 
Chelmsford on Sunday, 15 April 1832, buried there. Will dated 

20 August 1 806, with seven codicils dated 8 September 1S06 to 

21 March 1832, proved (P.C.C. 295 Tenterden) 10 May 1S32, 
by the Rev. John Woodrooffe Morgan, Edward Robert Porter and 
Thomas Morgan Gepp, son. 



the Rev. John Morgan, 
Rector of Chelmsford, by 
Anna Maria his wife, only 
child and heir of the Rev. 
John Tindal, Rector of 
Chelmsford ; born at 
Chelmsford 29 May, bapt. 
there 5 August 1774 ; 
marr. at Chelmsford on 
Tuesday, 20 November 
1804; died there, aged 
69, on Sunday, 2 July 
1843, bur. at Chelmsford. 
Adilion was granted 
(P.C.C. 387, 43) 2 October 
1843, to Thomas Morgan 
Gepp, son. 



Edward Robert Porter of Brighton, co. Sussex, formerly of=f=Anna Maria Georgiana, born 
Guilford Street, Russell Square, London; a Master in the Court at Chelmsford 14 November 
of Common Pleas; died at Brighton, aged 57, 24 June 1857. 
Will dated 5 August 1854, with two codicils dated 23 September 
1854 and 18 April 1856, proved (P.C.C. 569, 57) 9 July 1857, 
by Thomas Morgan Gepp and the Rev. Arthur Pearson, brothers- 
in-law, and Robert Tindal Porter. 

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1805, bapt. there next day; 
married on Tuesday, 20 
November 1827 ; died at 
Brighton on Friday 22 
October 1852, buried there. 



159 



George Asser Gepp of Chelmsford, co. Essex ; bom= 
12 June 1768 ; educated at Felsted School and at 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London ; F.R.C.S. Eng. 
1844, M.S.A. 1791; appointed Medical Officer of 
the County Gaol at Springfield, co. Essex, 1793; 
died, aged 89, on Thursday, 11 December 1856, 
bur. at Chelmsford. Admon was granted (P.C.C) 
30 December 1856, to William Barlow Gepp, son. 



'Elizabeth Wilhelmina, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Francis Sutton of 1 2 Newman 
Street, Marylebone, London, by Mary 
Barlow his wife, widow of Francis 
Remnant; born 5 September 1776; 
marr. 29 November 1808 ; died at 
Chelmsford, aged 77, 18 May 1853, bur. 
there. 



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{For issue see page 162.) 



Thomas Morgan Gepp of Maynetrees, Chelmsford ; born at= 
Chelmsford 15 November, bapt. there 17 November 1806; 
educated at Felsted School 18 18-19, and at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1820; admitted a Solicitor in 1830; Under-Sherifif for 
CO. Essex, 1832 ; died at Chelmsford, aged 76, on Sunday, 
7 January 1883, bur. there. Will with codicil dated 25 March 
1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 682, 83) 30 August 1883, by the 
Rev. Henry John Gepp, Walter Payne Gepp and Charles Bramston 
Osborne Gepp, sons. 



=Mary Lane, only child of 
Ja«ies Payne of the Island 
of Barbados, West Indies ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Thursday, i August 
1833 ; died at Chelmsford, 
aged 59, on Saturday, 20 
March 1869. 



Thomas Sydney Gepp, born 12 
October 1835 ; Ensign 66th 
Bengal Native Infantry (or 
Goorkha Regiment) 4 June 1854, 
Lieutenant 31 May 1857; died 
at Hulwanee, near Nynee Tal, 
India, aged 22 (from wounds 
received at the battle of Chum- 
poorah 10 February), on Friday, 
12 February 1858. A Memorial 
Tablet erected in St. Mary's 
Church, Chelmsford, by order of 
his brother officers in India. 



Rev. Henry John Gepp of Littlebourne,= 
East Molesey, co. Surrey ; born at 
Chelmsford 12 February 1837 ; of 
New College, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
February 1853, Scholar and Fellow 
1853-75, B.A. 1858, Taylorian Scholar, 
French and German, M.A. i860; Curate 
of Llandrinio, co. Salop, 1861-63, of 
Cranbrook, co. Kent, 1863-64, of 
Broughton, co. Oxford, 1864-71, and 
of Dorking, co. Surrey, 1871-74; Vicar 
of Adderbury with Barford and Milton, 
CO. Oxford, 1874, Rural Dean of 
Deddington 1906-12. 



=Marjorie Hamilton, 
only child of the 
Rev. Henry Rob- 
son; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London, on 
Tuesday, 25 August 
1874. 



Henry Hamilton Gepp of 105 Baddow Road, Chelmsford, co. Essex;= 
born at the Vicarage, Adderbury, on Sunday, 18 July 1875 ; educated 
at Bromsgrove School 1885-93 ; admitted a Solicitor January 1902 ; 
Acting Under-Sheriff for co. Essex ; Returning Officer to Essex 
County Council ; Clerk to Commissioners of Taxes and to the 
Commissioner of Sewers for Dengie, Foulness and Fobbing levels ; 
Registrar of the Archdeaconries of Colchester and Essex ; Captain 
Essex Regiment of Yeomanry (Territorial Force) 19 September 1913. 



=Mary Noel, 3rd dau. of 
Walter Edward Grimston 
of Earl's Colne, co. Essex; 
marr. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 
II January 1905. 



Miriam Helen, 
born at Hill 
House, Hatfield 
Peverel, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1906. 



Henry M'alter Gepp, 
born at Hill House, 
Hatfield Peverel, 1 2 
August, died there 
14 August 1908. 



Rosalind Mary, born 
at Hill House, 
Hatfield Peverel, i 
December 1910. 

160 



I. 
Adela Marjorie, born at 9 
Mandeville Place, Wigmore 
Street, Cavendish Square, Lon- 
don, 5 January 19 14, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Chelmsford. 



Christopher Comyns Parker of Woodham Mortimer Place, co. Essex=i=Emma Elizabeth, marr. 



(son of John Oxley Parker of Moulsham, co. Essex); J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Essex; died, aged 68, i August 1843. He married 2ndly 
Frances, dau. of Francis Sutton of 12 Newman Street, Marjlebone, 
London; born 25 September 1785 ; died at The Grange, Woodham 
Mortimer, aged 84, on Sunday, 24 April 1870. 



on Monday, 31 July 
1797 (marriage licence, 
Chelmsford); died, aged 
56, 17 August 1829. 
I St wife. 



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Rev. Henry Lewis Majendie (younger son of Lewis Majendie of= 
Castle Hedingham, co. Essex, by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of 
Sir Henry Hoghton of Hoghton Tower, co. Lancaster, Baronet) ; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 29 April 18 14, aged 18, B.A. 
18 1 8, M.A. 1820; Rural Dean and Vicar of Great Dunmow, co. 
Essex, 2 May 1834 until his death; died at Castle Hedingham, 
aged 67, on Tuesday, 6 January 1863. Will dated 6 February 1862, 
with codicil dated 25 August 1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 170, 63) 
21 March 1863, by Emma Sophia Majendie, relict, Thomas Morgan 
Gepp and Lewis Ashhurst Majendie, son. 



=Emma Sophia, born 10 
March, bapt. at Chelms- 
ford, CO. Essex, 12 
March 1 808 ; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 
on Monday, 21 July 
1834; died at Spaynes 
Hall, Great Yeldham, 
CO. Essex, on Monday, 
19 July 1869. 



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Anne Parker, born at 
Chelmsford 15 Octo- 
ber 1809, bapt. there 
next day ; died at 
Chelmsford, aged 68, 
on ^Vednesday, 26 
February 1878, bur. 
there. 



Rev. Arthur Pearson (son of John Pearson) ;= 
bom in London ; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted Pensioner, aged 20, 8 June 
1823, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1832; Rector of 
Springfield, co. Essex, 25 October 1827 until 
his death. Rural Dean of Chelmsford 1877 ; 
died at the Rectory, Springfield, on Tuesday, 
21 September 1886. 



=Sophia Jane, bom at 
Chelmsford 12 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 
17 September 1813 ; 
marr. on Thursday, 
II February 1836 
(marriage licence, 
Chelmsford). 



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Walter Payne Gepp of Majmetrees, Chelmsford ; born at==Constance Emma, youngest 

Chelmsford 31 March 1838, bapt. there; educated at Eton and dau. of William Barlow 

at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1856, Gepp of Chelmsford ; born 

Postmaster 1856-60, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1874; admitted a Solicitor 9 August, bapt. at Chelms- 

Easter Term, 1867 ; Acting Under-Sheriff for co. Essex ; Registrar ford 19 September 1858; 

of Archdeaconries of St. Albans, Colchester and Essex ; Hon. marr. at the parish church, 

Major 2nd Volunteer Battalion The Essex Regiment (V.D.) 24 Chelmsford (by the Rev. 

September 1892; Mayor of Chelmsford 1904-1905 ; died at Henry John Gepp, assisted 

Maynetrees, Chelmsford, aged 73, on Tuesday, 9 May, bur. at by the Rev. Nicolas Parker 

Chelmsford on Friday, 12 May 191 1. Will dated 5 September Gepp), on Thursday, 21 

1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 736, 1911) 31 May 191 1, by Constance February 1889. 
Emma Gepp, relict. 

{.See page 168.) 



Sidney Tindal Gepp, born at the Vicarage, Adderbury, co. Oxford, on Friday, i February 
1878; died there, aged 2 months, on Thursday, 4 April 1878. 



161 



George Asscr Gepp of=j=Elizabeth Wilhelmina, eldest 
Chelmsford, co. Essex dau. and coheir of Francis 
{see page l6o). I Sutton. 



Emma Sophia, 3rd= 
daughter of John 
Matthias and Martha 
Arntz of Dusseldorf, 
Germany ; born at 
Crefeld, Germany. 2 
January 1813; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 24 De- 
cember 1833 ; died at 
Ashbourne, CO. Derby, 
18 March 1847, bur. 
there. Admon was 
granted at the 
Principal Registry 18 
December 1858,10 the 
Rev. George Edward 
Gepp. ist wife. 



=Rev. George Edward Gepp, born= 
at Chelmsford, co. Essex, 13 
November 1809; educated at 
Felsted School (1820-27) ^-i^d 
at Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 30 March 1827, 
Scholar 1827-33, Hody Exhibi- 
tioner 1830-32, B.A. (2nd-class 
Lit. Hum.) 1830, M.A. 1833 ; 
Assistant Master of Harrow 
School 1832-36, Head Master 
of Ashbourne Grammar School 
1836-72 ; Rector of Limington, 
CO. Somerset, 1872 until his 
death ; died at Limington, aged 
72, 31 August 1881, bur. there. 
Will dated i November 1879, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 109, 82) 
14 February 1882, by the Rev. 
Charles Granville Gepp, son. 




Edward Arthur Gepp, born at Ashbourne 
15 October 185S ; died unmarried at 
Rastrick, co. York, aged 27, on Tuesday, 
29 December 1885. 



=Emma Jane, youngest= 
dau. of Gilbert Grierson 
Maitland, Major Hon''''= 
East India Co. ; born at 
Seringapatam, India, 18 
September 1819; marr. 
at Ashbourne on Tues- 
day, 29 December 1857; 
died at Limington 30 
September, bur. there 
4 October 1878. Admon 
was granted at Taunton 
30 January 1879, to the 
Rev. George Edward 
Gepp. She married 
istly the Rev. James 
Hoare Moor of Wood- 
land Hall, Uttoxeter, 
CO. Stafford. 2nd wife. 



=Frances, 3rd 
dau. of John 
George ^Vood 
of Beaumont 
Street, London, 
F.R.S., F.A.S. ; 
born 9 January 
181 3 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 5 
June 1879; died 
at the Rectory, 
Limington, aged 
68, 29 March 
1881, buried 
at Limington. 
Adinon granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 1 3 April 
i88i,totheRev. 
George Edward 
Gepp. 3rd wife. 



Emma Georgiana, born 16 
February i860; died at 
Rhyl, CO. Flint, aged 19, on 
Sunday, 23 February 1879. 



George Edward Gepp, bom at 
Harrow, co. Middlesex, 13 August, 
died 16 August 1836. 



Emma Elizabeth, born at 
Ashbourne 19 September 
1837 ; died at Chelmsford 
12 December 1844. 



Frances Mary, bom at Ash- 
bourne 23 October 1838; 
died 17 May 1839. 



Charles Bramston Osborne Gepp of Springfield, co. Essex ; born 30 October 1 839 ; educated at 
Felsted School 1852-57; admitted a Solicitor Michaelmas Term, 1864; Acting Tjnder-Sheriff for 
CO. Essex ; Clerk to Commissioners of Sewers, Dengie and Fobbing, co. Essex ; Clerk to Com- 
missioners of Taxes ; Steward of the Manors of Springfield, Great Waltham, &c. ; married Elizabeth 
May Clarke; died in London, aged 67, on Sunday, 14 April 1907, bur. in the cemetery. Rectory 
Lane, Chelmsford. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 16 May 1907, to Elizabeth May 
Gepp, relict. =P 

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Ernest Cyril Gepp of Garlands, Danbury, co. Essex ; born at the= 
Vicarage, Adderbury, co. Oxford, on Monday, 7 July 1879; educated at 
Marlborough 1893-97 : 2nd Lieutenant (from Imperial Yeomanry) Duke 
of Cornwall's Light Infantry 22 May 1901, Lieutenant 4 November 1904, 
retired as Captain 21 October 191 1 to serve on Special Reserve; served 
in South African War 1900 (wounded. Queen's medal with three clasps); 
in Somaliland 1908-10, mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
17 June 1910 (medal with clasp). 



162 



=Evelyn Marion, 6th dau. 
of Lieut. -Colonel George 
Wilbraham Northey of 
Ashley Manor, Box, co. 
Wilts, J.P., D.L., by 
Louisa his wife, eldest 
dau. of A. J. S. Barrow ; 
marr. at Box 10 April 
1 9 10. 



James Brewster of Little Maplestead Hall and Ashford Lodge,= 
Halstead, both co. Essex (2nd son of Sturgeon Nunn Brewster of 
White Notley Hall, co. Essex, by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Burder of Great Yeldham, co. Essex) ; born at White Notley 
8 March, bapt. there 7 April 1807; J. P. for co. Essex; Chairman 
of the Colne Valley Railway; died at Ashford Lodge, Halstead, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 20 March, bur. at Halstead 25 March 1890. 
Memorial window in St. Andrew's Church, Halstead. Will dated 
II September 1889, proved at Ipswich 6 May 1890, by the Rev. 
James George Brewster of Stratford St. Mary, co. Suffolk, and 
Charles Edward Brewster of Maplestead Hall, Little Maplestead, 
CO. Essex, sons. /K 



=Mary Ann, bom at Chelms- 
ford, co. Essex, 25 December 
1810, and bapt. the next 
day ; marr. by licence at 
Chelmsford on Thursday, 
14 November 1839; died 
from the result of a carriage 
accident, aged 63, on Mon- 
day, 24 August, bur, at 
Halstead 28 August 1874. 



(See Pedigree of Brewster, Vol. ij, page 18.) 



George Robert Gepp of Lima, Peru ; born at=j=Giuseppina Giuditta Amadea Ferrari, born at 
Ashbourne, co. Derby, 3 March 1840. Altare, Genoa, Italy, 31 March 1837. 



George Arthur Gepp of Valparaiso, Chili ; bom= 
at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 20 May 1868. 



=Maria del Carmen Biggs ; bom at Valparaiso 
12 April 1869; married 22 March 1888. 



Alexander Murray^Ilma Sophia, bom 
Quigley ; born at at Quillota, Val- 
Birkenhead, co. paraiso, 7 June 
Chester, 16 July 1889. 

1876. A 



Libya Emma, born 
at Valparaiso 25 
August 1890. 



George Frederick 
Edward Gepp, born 
at Valparaiso 14 
March 1892. 



Charles William Brewster Gepp, 
born at Valparaiso 9 May 1894. 

Ruby Edna, born at Valparaiso 
15 February 1896. 

Carmela Inez, bornat Valparaiso 
S January 1905. 



Clarence Armstrong Roberts of Fairbairns, Richmond Hill, co.^ 
Surrey; born 18 May 1S26; entered the Madras Civil Service 
in 1844, Secretary to Mint Department Committee, Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatoor, 1863, Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chittoor, 1868; died at Rookwood, Crowborough, co. 
Sussex, aged 79, on Saturday, 13 August, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, on Thursday, 18 August 1904. Will dated 
18 January 1888, with three codicils dated 18 January 1892, 24 
July 1899 and 4 August 1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 1407, 1904) 
18 November 1904, by Mary Agnes Eldridge Roberts, relict, 
and Herbert Janies Roberts. A\ 



=Mary Agnes Eldridge, born 
16 January 1841 ; marr. at 
Chelmsford (by her brother, 
the Rev. Henry John Gepp), 
on Thursday, 15 August 
1861 ; died at Richmond, 
aged 73, on Tuesday, 10 
March, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery on Friday, 13 
March 19x4. 



Nicolas Melvill Gepp, born at Great Henny, co. Essex, on Saturday, 4 June 1870; 2nd 
Lieutenant (from ranks Imperial Yeomanry) West India Regiment 8 December 1900, Lieutenant 
23 January 1902, retired 3 December 1909; served in South African War 1899-1900 (Queen's 
medal); employed with West African Frontier Force 3 December 1904 to 21 September 1906, 
in Southern Nigeria 1904- 1905 (clasp), in Northern Nigeria 22 September 1906, as Assistant 
Resident ; now under the Colonial Office. 

163 



Francis Sutton Gepp, born 19 
August 1812; died 31 December 
1815. 



John Parker Gepp, born 19 January 1814; 
died, aged 2, on Tuesday, 30 January 1S16. 



Louisa, 3rd dau.= 
of George Lee of 
Rio de Janeiro, 
M.D. ; born 10 
November 1840; 
marr. at Rio de 
Janeiro on Mon- 
day, 4 April 1864; 
died at Loretto, 
Bognor, co. Sus- 
sex, on Thursday, 
2oJulyi905,bur.at 
Bognor. ist wife. 



=William Tweddell Gepp= 
of Moulsham Grange, 
Chehnsford, CO. Essex, 
and of Rio de Janeiro, 
Brazil ; born at Ash- 
bourne, CO. Derby, 16 
June, bapt. there 4 July 
1841 ; educated at Ash- 
bourne Grammar School. 



=Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Isaac 
Crush of Mountnessing Hall, 
CO. Essex, by Elizabeth Martha 
his wife, 2nd dau. of George 
Asser Gepp of Chelmsford {see 
next page); born 16 July 1858 ; 
marr. at Langley Burrell, co. 
Wilts, on Wednesday, 10 
February 1909. 2nd wife. 



I 
Edward Philip 
Gepp, born at 
Ashbourne 26 
October 1842; 
died 1 3 March 
1843. 




Francis William Gepp of 13 South Park Hill Road, Croydon, =j=Edith Louisa, bom at Rio 



CO. Surrey (eldest son of William Barlow Gepp of Chelmsford, by 
Margaret Jane his wife, youngest dau. of the Rev. James 
Hutchinson, Head Master of the Grammar School, Chelmsford) ; 
born II January, bapt. at Chelmsford 17 February 1855. 



de Janeiro 1 July 1865 ; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Rio de Janeiro, on Mon- 
day, 10 October 1887. 



A 



{For issue see page 16'^.) 



Francis Henry=j=Muriel (sister of Rita, see 



Gepp, born at 
Riode Janeiro 4 
July 1866; edu- 
cated at Broms- 
grove School 
(entered 1879). 



page 166), dau. of Francis 
Ross Allen Wright, by Emma 
his wife, dau. of George Lee 
of Rio de Janeiro, M.D. 
{see above) ; born 29 June 
i88i ; marr. at Rio de Janeiro 
15 January 1908. 



Ernest William 
Gepp, born at 
Rio de Janeiro 
27 February 
1868 ; educated 
at Bromsgrove 
School (entered 
1879). 



John Neville Gepp, born 
24 January 1909. 



I 
Ena Louisa, born 
10 June 1910. 



I I 
Herbert Arthur Gepp, born 
at Rio de Janeiro 14 June 
1869 ; died there 5 May 
1870. _ 

Mary Constance, born at 
Rio de Janeiro 29 August 
1870. 



I 
Helen, born 

8 May 1 9 1 1 . 



Alan Francis Gepp, 
born 14 April 19 13. 



Rev. Nicolas Parker Gepp, born at Chelmsford 31 May 1842 ;= 
educated at Felsted School 1852-60, and at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 June 1863, B.A. (2nd-class Law) 1867, M.A. 1902; 
Curate of St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, 1867-69, of Aspley 
Guise, CO. Bedford, 1870, of Great and Little Henny, co. Essex, 
1870, Vicar of San don, co. Hertford, 1871-77, Rector of St. James', 
Colchester, co. Essex, 1877-86, Chaplain Colchester Hospital 
1881-86, Vicar and Rector of Great and Little Witchingham, co. 
Norfolk, 1886-1910, Rector of Northwold, co. Norfolk, 1910; 
Diocesan School Inspector 1891, Organizing Secretary S.P.G. for 
CO. Norfolk 1892, Hon. Canon of Norwich 1889, Chaplain at 
Beaulieu, France, 1908-1 9 10. 



=Alice Philippa, younger 
dau. of Philip Melvill of 
the Bengal Civil Service, 
by Emily Jane his wife, 
dau. of Charles Hogg of 
the Bengal Presidency, 
India, Barrister-at-Law ; 
born at the Government 
House, Calcutta, India ; 
marr. at Wrecclesham, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 20 
July 1869. 



I 
Ahce Mary, born at the 
Vicarage, Sandon, co. 
Hertford, on Monday, 
29 May 1871. 



I 
Arthur Hubert Gepp, born at the Vicarage, 
Sandon, on Sunday, 25 August 1872, and 
died the same day. 

164 



Ismena Emily, bom 
at the Vicarage, San- 
don, on Monday, 
I June 1874. 



Isaac Crush of Mountnessing Hall, co. Essex=j=Elizabeth Martha, born lo April 1815; marr. at 



(youngest son of Joseph Crush of New Hall, 
High Roding, co. Essex) ; died at Mount- 
nessing Hall, aged 63, on Tuesday, 13 April 
1869. Will dated 9 February i866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 454, 69) 17 July 1869, by James 
Isaac Livermore and Edmund Pledger Copland. 



High Easter, co. Essex (by her brother, the Rev. 
Edward Francis Gepp), on Wednesday, 18 February 
1857; died at Moulsham Grange, Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, 9 December 1908. Will dated 6 September 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 34, 1909) 26 January 1909, 
by Elizabeth Mary Crush, spinster (see previous page). 



A 



Harriet Alice Lister,= 
only dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Christopher 
Swainson, Rector of 
Wistanstow, co. Salop, 
by Harriet his 2nd 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
John Rocke of Clun- 
gunford House, co. 
Salop ; bom in 1 840 ; 
married at Wistan- 
stow (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Thomas 
Owen Rocke), on 
Tuesday, 16 January 
1872; died s.p. at the 
Rectory, Wistanstow, 
on Thursday, 23 De- 
cember 1875, bur. at 
Wistanstow. Special 
Admon (with will 
dated 18 October 
1875) was granted at 
Shrewsbury 22 Feb- 
ruary 1876, to the 
Rev. Charles Gran- 
ville Gepp, husband. 
I St wife. 



=Rev. Charles Granville Gepp, bom at= 
Ashbourne, co. Derby, 18 January 1844; 
of Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 
17 October 1862, Junior Student 1862 
-67 (2nd-class Mods. 1864), B.A. 
(3rd-class Lit. Hum.) 1867, M.A. 1876 ; 
Assistant Master at Bromsgrove School 
1865-67, and of Tonbridge School 
1868-71, Head Master of Trinity 
College, Stratford-on-Avon, and Curate- 
in-Charge of Luddington, co. Warwick, 
1871-74, Class Master Elizabeth Col- 
lege, Guernsey, 1874-75, Second 
Master Great Yarmouth Grammar 
School 7876-78, Head Master 
Grammar School and Chaplain of 
Guild Chapel, Stratford-on-Avon, 1878 
-80, Curate of Westhide, co. Hereford, 
1881-82, Assistant Master St. An- 
drew's College, Bradfield, co. Berks, 
1883-87, Vicar of Badsey and Wick- 
hamford, co. Worcester, 1887-97, and 
Rector of Wood Norton, co. Norfolk, 
1897 until his death ; Author of " Pro- 
gressive E.xercises in Latin Elegiac 
Verse," 1871 ; died 19 January 1903, 
bur. in the churchyard at Wood Norton. 



^Charlotte Jemima,^ 
dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Sandes 
Foster ; married 
at North Stone- 
ham, CO. Hants, 
on Wednesday, 3 
January 1877 ; 
died at the Par- 
sonage, Westhide, 
aged 37, on Wed- 
nesday, 13 July 
1881. She mar- 
ried istly Joseph 
Henry Kinchant 
of Park Hall, Os- 
westry, CO. Salop, 
who died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, aged 
33, on Wednesday, 
I September 1869. 
2nd wife. 



=Alice,ofBognor, 
CO. Sussex, 5th 
dau. of George 
Wallington of 
Leamington, CO. 
Warwick, by 
Jane his wife ; 
bom 7 February 
1859 ; married 
at All Saints', 
Leamington, 28 
July 1883. 3rd 
wife. 



•a. 



Violet Alice Favel, bom at Westhide 
21 June 1881 ; married in South 
Africa in May 19 10, to Alfred Ashley. 



Blanche Edith, born at 
Bradfield 17 June 1884. 



Arthur Mildmay Gepp=i=Maria Merelina Symonds, eldest dau. of Vice-Admiral Louis Symonds 



of Sydney, New South 
Wales ; born 6 Octo- 
ber 1843 ; educated at 
Felsted School 1854-60. 



Tindal of Chase Lodge, Enfield, co. Middlesex, and of Hanningfield, 
CO. Essex, by Henrietta Maria O'Donnel Whyte his wife ; marr. at the 
parish church. Hove, co. Sussex (by the Rev. Henry John Gepp and the 
Rev. Nicolas Parker Gepp), on Saturday, 15 January 1876. 



Merelina Muriel Ismena Tindal, born at 
Chase Lodge, Enfield, on Sunday, 29 
July 1877; married 22 August 1908, 
Julius von Raatz Brockman. 



I 
Louis O'Donnel Tindal Gepp, 
born at Chase Lodge, Enfield, 
on Tuesday, 1 2 November 
1878; died 24 August 1909. 



Morgan Tindal Gepp, 
born at 44 Inverness 
Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Monday, 
26 September 1881. 



Winifred Hester, bom at the Vicarage, Sandon, 
CO. Hertford, on Tuesday, 7 March 1876; marr. 
in Cape Town, South Africa, in February 1906, 
Ralph Kinder of the Orange Free State. 



I 
Gilbert Philip Melvill Gepp, born at St. James' 
Rectory, Colchester, co. Essex, on Thursday, 
2 December 1880. 



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William Barlow Gepp of Chelmsford,= 
CO. Essex; born 13 October 18 16; 
died at Maltese Lodge, Chelmsford, 
aged 77, on Tuesday, 27 February 
1894. Adiiion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 2 April 1894, to 
Margaret Jane Gepp, relict. 



=Margaret Jane, youngest dau. of the Rev. James 
Hutchinson, Head Master of the Grammar School, 
Chelmsford; marr. at the parish church, Chelmsford, 
3 June 1852 ; died at Millers Cottage, Abergele, co. 
Denbigh, aged 78, on Wednesday, 21 December 1904. 
Will dated i June 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 828, 1905) 
8 June 1905, by Paul William Gepp, son. 



Henry Alleyne Gepp=j=Jane, dau. of William Cranwell of Montevideo, Uruguay, South 
of Uruguay, South America, by Louisa his wife; born 18 September 1852; marr. at the 
America; born at English Church and British Consulate, Montevideo, 15 June 1872; 
Ashbourne, CO. Derby, died in London 16 December, bur. in Fulham Cemetery, London, 
2 January 1846. 20 December 1904. 



n M 

Edward Arthur Gepp, born Edith Mary, born 24 Feb- Lewis Alleyne Gepp, born 2 

is August 1873. ruary 1878. November 1880. 

Laurence Merrifield Gepp, . _, , ^ n, . 

Charles Francis Gepp, born born is; \ueust 1879 ^"^y Eleanor, born 16 March 

30 September 1875. ^' ^ 1882. 



Helen Gertrude, born 
at Bradfield, CO. Berks, 
8 May 1886. 

Launcelot Charles 
Gepp, born at Hill- 
side, Bradfield, on 
Wednesday, 7 Sep- 
tember 1887. 



George Asser Gepp=i=Rita (sister of 
of Rio de Janeiro, 
Brazil ; born at the 
Vicarage, Badsey.co. 
Worcester, on Thurs- 
day, 1 2 September 
1889. 



Muriel, see 
page 164), dau. of Francis 
Ross Allen Wright, by Emma 
his wife, dau. of George Lee 
of Rio de Janeiro, M.D. ; 
born 18 June 1891 ; marr. on 
Thursday, 20 June 1912. 



Charles George Gepp, born 
22 September 1913. 



Hermione Jane, 
born at the 
Vicarage, Bad- 
sey, on Saturday, 
23 March 1895. 



Anna Maria, of Rt. Hon'''' Robert William Hanbury of Ham Hall,= 
Coval Cottage, Ashbourne (only son of Robert Hanbury of Bolehall 
Chelmsford ; born House, co. Warwick, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of 
at Maynetrees, Major Bamford of Winecote Hall, co. Warwick) ; born 
Chelmsford, 13 at Bolehall House 24 February 1845 ; educated at 
July 1846. Rugby and at Corpus Christi College, 0.\ford, matricu- 

lated 18 October 1864, Scholar 1864-69 ; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 1867; Captain Staffordshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1873-80, Hon. Colonel 5th Lancashire Royal Garrison Artillery 
(Volunteers) 1885; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Stafford, Derby and 
Warwick; M.P. for Tamworth 1872-78, for North Staffordshire 1878-80, 
and for Preston 1885 ; Financial Secretary to the Treasury 1895-1900, 
President of the Board of Agriculture 1900; Privy Councillor 1900; died at 
Herbert House, Belgrave Square, London, 28 April 1903, bur. at Ham. 
He married 2ndly Ellen, only child of Colonel Knott Hamilton. She 
married 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 16 February 1904, 
Victor Henry Bowring, who assumed the additional name of Hanbury by 
Deed Poll dated February 1 904 (see Pedigree of Bowring, Vol. 6, page 6). 

166 



=Ismena Tindal, 
born 14 February 
1850; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London, 
on Thursday, 29 
April 1869; died 
at Chelmsford, 
aged 20, 26 
January 187 1. 
I St wife. 



i 



Rev. Edward Francis Gepp, born at Chelmsford, co.= 
Essex, 5 July, bapt. there ii July 1819; educated at 
Harrow, Easter 1832 to Easter 1837, and at Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated i June 1837, B.A. 
(4th-class Math.) 1841, M.A. 1848; Vicar of Good 
Easter 1849-70, and of High Easter, both co. Essex, 
1849 until his death. Chaplain to High Sheriff of 
CO. Essex 1859, Rural Dean of Roding 1884; J. P. 
for CO. Essex, Deputy-Chairman Quarter Sessions, 
Chairman of Dunmow Petty Sessions and of Board of 
Guardians ; Governor of Felsted School ; died at the 
Vicarage, High Easter, aged 83, on Tuesday, 7 April, 
bur. at High Easter 13 April 1903. Will dated 3 Sep- 
tember 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 979, 1903) 7_August 
1903, by the Rev. Edward Gepp and Christopher 
William Parker. 




=Eliza Jemima Mary, eldest dau. of 
Champion Edward BranfiU of Upmin- 
ster Hall, co. Essex, J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Esse.x, by Anne Eliza his wife, 
younger dau. and coheir of the Rev. 
Anthony Egerton Hammond, Rector 
of Knowlton and Ivychurch, co. Kent ; 
born at Upminster Hall 27 August 
1822; marr. at Upminster on Thurs- 
day, 22 May 1851 ; died at the 
Vicarage, High Easter, aged 84, on 
Thursday, 14 February, bur. at High 
Easter on Tuesday, ig February 1907. 
Will dated 15 November 1904, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 583, 1907) 24 April 1907, 
by Christopher William Parker and 
Maurice Gepp, son. 

{See Pedigree of BranfiU, Vol. 17, 
page 8g.) 



Eva Mary, born at the 
Vicarage, High Easter, 
on Sunday, 6 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at High 
Easter 27 November 
1853 ; died, aged 22 
days, 28 November, 
bur. at High Easter. 



Rev. Edward Gepp, born at the Vicarage, High Easter, on Monday, 
19 March, bapt. at High Easter 15 April 1855; educated at Felsted 
School 1866-74 and at St. John's College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, r874, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1883; Assistant Master at 
Harrison College, Barbados, West Indies, and Curate of St. Michael's 
Cathedral, Barbados, 1879-81 ; Assistant Master at Felsted School 
1882-1903, and Curate of Felstead 1892-94; Vicar of High Easter 
1903 ; elected a Governor of Felsted School in 1905. 



Samuel Lucas Hunt=j=]Margaret Eliza- 



of Vancouver, British 
Columbia (elder son 
of James Peart 
Hunt of Colman 
Hill House, Hale- 
sowen, CO. Wor- 
cester) ; bom 29 
February 1856. 



beth, born 7 
March, baptised 
at Chelmsford 
27 April 1853; 
married in 1887. 



A 



Francis William= 
Gepp of 13 
South Park Hill 
Road, Croydon, 
CO. Surrey ; bom 
I ijanuary,bapt 
at Chelmsford 
1 7 February 

1855- 



=Edith Louisa, eldest dau. of William 
Tweddell Gepp of Moulsham Grange, 
Chelmsford, and of Rio de Janeiro, 
Brazil, by Louisa his wife, 3rd dau. of 
George Lee of Rio de Janeiro, ALD. ; 
born at Rio de Janeiro i July 1865 ; 
marr. at Christ Church, Rio de 
Janeiro, on Monday, 10 October 1887. 

{See page 164.) 



Arthur Francis Gepp, 
bom at Santos, 
Brazil, 9 September 
1888; died 9 April 
following. 



Amabel Naomi, 
born at Santos 1 5 
December 1889, 
bapt. there in 
1890. 



Robert Ernest Gepp, 
bom at Santos 29 
April 1 89 1, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Chelmsford. 



Dorothy Margaret, born 
at Forest Hill, co. Kent, 
18 August, bapt. at 
Towyn, co. Denbigh, 
9 October 1892. 



Julian Herbert Gepp, bom Wilfred Henry Gepp, born 21 Walter Gepp, born 5 No- 
23 August 1883. July 1887. _ vemberi89o. _ 

Maude Violet, born 6 January Alice Mabel, born 21 May 



Alfred Hugh Gepp, born 18 1889. 
October 1884. 



1895. 



167 



Hubert Majendie Gepp, born at the Vicarage, High 
Easter, co. Essex, on Saturday, 12 December 1857, 
bapt. at High Easter 10 January 1858; educated at 
Felsted School 1869-77, and at Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 January 1878, Scholar 1879 
-81, B.A. 1883; Assistant Master at Felsted School 
1886, afterwards settled in Christiania ; Lecturer of 
English in the University of Upsala, Sweden, 1889 
-92 ; translated F. Nansen's " The First Crossing of 
Greenland," 1890; drowned in Lake Orsa, Sweden, 
aged 35, 13 December 1892, bur. at Upsala. 



Maurice Gepp of Thornycroft House, 
Coton Hill, Shrewsbury, co. Salop ; 
born at the Vicarage, High Easter, on 
Monday, 19 December 1859, bapt. at 
High Easter 29 January i860 ; educated 
at Christ's Hospital 1868-75 ; L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S. Edin., L.F.P.S. Glasg. 1891, 
D.P.H. Eng. Conj. 1895; Medical 
Ofificer of Health Atcham Combined 
Sanitary District. 



Louis Henri Junod of Springfield= 
Cottage, Abergele, co. Denbigh 
(son of L. H. Junod of Concis^, 
Switzerland) ; born 1 7 November 
1853- 



=Wilhelmina, born 25 June, bapt. at 
Chelmsford 27 July 1856 ; marr. at 
the parish church, Chelmsford (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Edward Francis Gepp), 
on Wednesday, 5 January 1881. 



A 



Anna Sutton, born 
6 July, bapt. at 
Chelmsford 9 Au- 
gust 1857 ; died 6 
January 1868, bur. 
at Chelmsford. 



Walter Payne Gepp of Maynetrees, Chelmsford (3rd son= 
of Thomas Morgan Gepp of Maynetrees, Chelmsford) ; 
born at Chelmsford 31 March 1838, bapt. there ; educated 
at Eton and at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 17 
October 1856, Postmaster 1856-60, B.A. 1861, M.A. 
1874; admitted a Solicitor Easter Term, 1867; Acting 
Under-Sherifr for co. Essex, Registrar of Archdeaconries 
of St. Albans, Colchester and Essex ; Hon. Major 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion The Essex Regiment (V. D.) 24 
September 1892 ; Mayor of Chelmsford 1904-1905 ; died 
at Maynetrees, Chelmsford, aged 73, on Tuesday, 9 May, 
bur. at Chelmsford on Friday, 12 May 191 1. Will dated 
5 September 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 736, 191 1) 31 May 
191 1, by Constance Emma Gepp, relict. 

{See page 161.) 



=Constance Emma, 
born 9 August, 
bapt. at Chelms- 
ford 19 Septem- 
ber 1858 ; marr. 
at the parish 
church, Chelms- 
ford (by the Rev. 
Henry John Gepp, 
assisted by the 
Rev. Nicolas 
Parker Gepp), on 
Thursday, 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 1889. 



Paul William 
Gepp of Les 
Queux Manor, 
Castel, Guern- 
sey ; born 22 
March, bapt. at 
Chelmsford 29 
April i860. 



Arthur Walter Gepp, born 
at Maybourne, Forest Hill, 
CO. Kent, on Monday, 8 
October 1894, bapt. at St. 
Augustine's, Honor Oak, 
CO. Kent. 



Gertrude Edith, born at May- 
bourne, Lawrie Park, Sydenham, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 2 April 
1896, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Sydenham. 



Francis George Gepp, born 
at Maybourne, Lawrie Park, 
Sydenham, on Saturday, 
18 September 1897, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, Sydenham. 



168 



Antony Gepp of Grafton, Torquay,= 
CO. Devon ; born at the Vicarage, 
High Easter, co. Essex, on Friday, 
9 May, bapt. at High Easter 8 June 
1862; educated at Felsted School 
1874-81, and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michael- 
mas Term, 1881, B.A. 1884, M.A. 
1888 ; Assistant in British Museum 
(Natural History) since 1886; 
Fellow Linnasan Society. 



^X-^^!?^ ^^* 



=Ethel Sarel, dau. of Alfred 
Bowyer Barton of 7 Brechin 
Place, South Kensington, Lon- 
don, M.D., by Editha Helen his 
wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Howell 
of the War Office,and of Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey ; born at 
The Green, Hampton Court, co. 
Middlesex, 21 August 1864; 
marr. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. Edward 
Gepp), on Monday, 9 June 1902. 



Francis Gepp (twin with 
Mary) ; born at the 
Vicarage, High Easter, 
on Tuesday, 6 Decem- 
ber 1864, bapt. at High 
Easter ig January 1865; 
educated at Felsted 
School 1877-83; died 
at the Vicarage, High 
Easter, aged 20, on Fri- 
day, 21 August, bur. at 
High Easter 26 August 
1885. 



Edward Antony Gepp, born at 26 
West Park Gardens, Kew, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 29 August, died there 
on Saturday, 5 September, bur. in the 
cemetery at Richmond, co. Surrey, 
7 September 1903. 



Damaris Editha, born at 
26 West Park Gardens, 
Kew, on Monday, 3 July, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Kew, on Sunday, 
23 July i9°5- 



Egerton Antony Hammond 
Gepp, born at 26 West Park 
Gardens, Kew, on Friday, 
1 2 June, bapt. at the parish 
church, Kew, on Wednesday, 
8 July 1908. 



Mary, of the Colony, 
Felsted, co. Essex 
(twin with Francis) ; 
born at the Vicarage, 
High Easter, on Tues- 
day, 6 December 1 864, 
bapt. there privately 
the same day. 



Rupert Lewis Morris of Chaffix,= 
Felsted (younger son of the Rev. 
Joseph Lewis Morris, Vicar of 
Fillongley, co. Warwick) ; born 4 
February 1876; of Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1895, B.A. 
1898. A 



=Florence, born at the Vicarage, 
High Easter, on Tuesday, 30 
April, bapt. at High Easter 9 June 
1867 ; marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Nelson, British Columbia, on 
Tuesday, i October 1907. 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules a chevron ermine between three 
broken spears or headed argent. 

Cresl. — On a mural crown gules a lion's 
head erased or pierced through the neck 
with a broken spear in bend also or head 
towards the sinister argent. 

Motto. — Fortiter et fideliter. 



^enu^man (formerly) 

Wlorslcf)) of ©rmesbp 

Hall, ro. ^orL 



Lieut.- Colonel James Worsley^ 
(eldest son of the Rev. James 
Worsley, Rector of Stonegrave, 
CO. York, by Dorothy his wife, dau. 
of Ralph Pennyman of the parish 
of St. Mary's, Beverley, co. York); 
bapt. at Stonegrave 14 April 1764; 
Ensign 44th Foot 9 September 
1779, Lieutenant 2 October 1782 ; 
served with the 44th Foot in 
America and with the 2nd Foot 
(Queen's) at Gibraltar ; afterwards 
Lieut. -Colonel York Fencibles ; 
died at Wigthorpe, co. Nottingham, 
aged 43, 26 November 1807. 
Adfiion was granted in March 1808 
(P.C.C.) 

{^For earlier Pedigree see "JVbles" 
to " Visitation of England and 
Wales" Vol. 10, page ji.) 



=Lydia (sister of Sir 
Thomas Woollaston 
White of Walling 
Wells, near Tuxford, 
CO. Nottingham, ist 
Baronet), dau. of 
Taylor White of 
Walling Wells, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir 
Isaac Woollaston of 
Loseby, CO. Leicester, 
Baronet ; marr. at 
Carlton-in-Lindrick, 
CO. Nottingham, 5 
November 1789 ; 
died there 19 April 
1832. 



James White Pennyman of Ormesby Hall, co. York ; born= 
at Wigthorpe 15 November 1792; 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers in December 1811, ist Lieutenant 21 July 1813, 
Captain 8 April 1826; Sub-Inspector Ionian Militia 13 Feb- 
ruary 1827 to I January 1833, also Intendent of Public 
Works at Corfu; assumed by Royal Licence dated 18 April 
1853, the surname of Pennyman only, in compliance with 
the will of his cousin. Sir William Henry Pennyman, Baronet, 
of Ormesby Hall, whose property he inherited ; J. P. for 
North Riding of co. York ; died at Ormesby Hall i February 
1870, bur. at Ormesby. Will dated 3 July 1869, proved at 
York 26 February 1870, by James Stovin Pennyman, son. 



=Frances, 3rd dau. and coheir of 
the Rev. James Stovin, D.D., 
Rector of Rossington, co. York, 
by Elianor Charlotte his wife, 
only child of Charles Rivington, 
Citizen and Stationer of London 
(see "Notes" to "Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. 4, 
page 148); marr. at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 24 March 1828; 
died, aged 72, 6 June 1869, 
bur. at Ormesby. 



James Stovin Pennyman of Ormesby= 
Hall; born in the Island of Corfu 15 
October 1830; J.P. for North Riding 
of CO. York ; died at Ormesby Hall 
2 June 1896, bur. at Ormesby. Will 
dated 17 October 1894, proved at 
York 30 June 1896, by James Worsley 
Pennyman. 



=Mary Mackenzie, youngest dau. and coheir of William 
Joseph Coltman of Naburn Hall, co. York, by 
Philadelphia his wife, dau. of the Rev. George Worsley, 
Rector of Stonegrave, co. York ; marr. at Hutton 
Bonville, co. York, 19 September 1855; died at Park 
End, Ormesby, on Friday, 15 May, bur. at Ormesby on 
Monday, 18 May 19 14. 



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Thomas Taylor Worsley of Easby, near Richmond, = 
CO. York; born 4 April 1794; 2nd Lieutenant 
95th Foot 14 P'ebruary 181 1, Lieutenant 2 October 
1812, placed on half-pay 11 February 1816; 
served in Peninsular War (medal with clasps) 
and Battle of Waterloo (medal with clasp) ; 
wounded at Badajoz and \\'aterloo ; died s.p. at 
Walling Wells, near Tuxford, co. Nottingham, 
aged 57, 25 October 1851. 



=Rose, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. James Stovin, D. D., 
Rector of Rossington, 
CO. York ; bom 23 Feb- 
ruary 1799; marr. in 
1825 ; died at Scar- 
borough, CO. York, 31 
October 1890, bur. at 
Ormesby, co. York. 



Lydia, died at 29 
Bootham, York, 
on Friday, 26 
June 1874, bur. 
at York. Will 
proved at York 
17 July 1874. 



Lieut. -Colonel Forbes Macbean (son of Colonel William= 
Macbean, R.A.); Ensign 92nd Foot 27 September 1844, 
Lieutenant 8 August 1845, Captain 3 August 1849, Major by 
brevet i May 1861, Lieut. -Colonel (retired) 15 December 1869; 
died at 18 Victoria Park, Dover, co. Kent, 23 October 1900, 
bur. at Dover. Will dated 14 July 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1539, 1900) 27 November 1900, by Frances Maria Macbean. 



■Frances Maria, bom in the 
Island of Corfu 2 1 September 
183 1 ; marr. at Ormesby 17 
July 1855; died at Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, 21 September 
191 2, bur. at Dover. 



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James Worsley Pennyman= 
of Ormesby Hall ; born 
at Harrogate, co. York, 
10 August 1856, bapt. at 
Ormesby ; educated at 
Rugby and Scholar of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1876, B.A. 1880, 
M.A. 1883; Barrister-at- 
Law of the Inner Temple 
1882 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
North Riding of co. York. 



=Dora Maria, 3rd dau. 
of Henry PVederick 
Beaumont of Whitley 
Beaumont, co. York, 
^L P., by Maria 
Johanna his wife, 
only surviving dau. 
of Captain William 
Garforth, R.N. ; born 
7 May 1862 ; marr. 
at Kirkheaton, co. 
York, 6 October 



Lieut.- Colonel Alfred Worsley Penny man, 
born at Redcar, co. York, on Thursday, 
7 October 1858, bapt. at Ormesby; educated 
at Rugby ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant King's Own Scottish Borderers i May 
1878, Lieutenant 24 May 1879, Captain 
1 July 18S7, Major 3 December 1898, re- 
tired 8 March 1899, Lieut. -Colonel Reserve 
of Officers 18 October 1902; served in 
Soudan Expedition 1888, at Suakin, inaction 
at Gamaizah (medal with clasp and bronze 
star), at operations on the Nile 1889. 



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James Beaumont Worsley Pennyman, born at Mary Dorothy, 

14 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, born at 14 Elm 

17 December 18S3, bapt. at St. George's, Park Gardens, 

Hanover Square, London; educated at Eton Chelsea, 22 Feb- 

and at Trinity College, Cambridge; entered ruary 1889, bapt. 

the Army as 2nd Lieutenant King's Own at Ormesby. 
Scottish Borderers 29 November 1905, 
Lieutenant 11 December 1907; J.P. for 
North Riding of co. York 1906. 

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Thomas Henry Pennyman, 
bom at 14 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, 16 May 
1892, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, London ; 
died 24 August 1906, bur. 
at Ormesby. 



Rev. Charles Pennyman Worsley, born at VValling=j=Caroline, eldest dau. of Peter Acklom of 



Wells, near Tuxford, CO. Nottingham, 5 March 1798; 
educated at Richmond, co. York, and at Christ's 
College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 30 January 
1816, Scholar 26 March 1817, B.A. 1820, M.A. 
1824; Vicar of Hullavington, co. Wilts, 15 February 
1826, and of Thurlby, co. Lincoln, 4 January 1827 
until his death ; died at Thurlby on Wednesday, 
16 December 1863, bur. there. Will dated 20 
February 1856, proved at Lincoln i April 1864, by 
Caroline Worsley, relict. 



Beverley, co. York ; born at Beverley ; 
marr. at Rise, co. York, 10 May 1826; 
died at 14 Gilston Road, South Kensing- 
ton, London, 25 January 1893, bur. at 
Thurlby. Will dated 18 February 1887, 
with codicil dated 5 October 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 318, 93) 11 March 
1893, by Mary Caroline Chapman, widow, 
and Harriet Maria Wood, widow. 



Rev. Edward Martin Chapman (son of the Rev. Emerson=|=Mary Caroline, 
Chapman, Rector of Somerby, co. Lincoln) ; bapt. at born at Thurlby 
Edenham, co. Lincoln; of Lincoln College, Oxford, 20 May 1828; 
matriculated 30 March 1843, aged 17, B.A. 1847; Vicar marr. there on 
of Swinstead 1850-62, and of Low Toynton, both co. Thursday, 11 
Lincoln, 1862 ; died at Low Toynton 20 June 1887, bur. June 1857. 
there. Will dated 9 April 1859, proved at Lincoln 24 
August 1887, by Mary Caroline Chapman, relict. ^ 



Charles Bethell 
Worsley, born 
28 October 1830; 
died unmarried 
in Auckland, New 
Zealand, aged 36, 
in August 1866. 



Frank Worsley 
Pennyman, born 
at York on Fri- 
day, 15 January 
1864, bapt. at 
Ormesby ; educa- 
ted at Upping- 
ham ; died 23 
September 1881, 
bur. at Ormesby. 



Lieut. -Colonel George Eraser Phillips of Park End,= 
Ormesby, co. York (only son of Henry Wyndham 
Phillips of Sydenham, co. Kent); born 14 May 1863; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant West Yorkshire (Prince 
of Wales' Own) Regiment 6 May 1885, Captain 27 
June 1892, Major 7 November 1902, Lieut.-Colonel 
23 February 191 2 ; employed in Albania in command 
of the troops in Scutari, with temporary rank of 
Colonel, 17 September 191 3. /)\ 



=Edith Mary, born 
on Monday, 25 
September 1865 ; 
bapt. at Ormesby; 
married there 26 
June 1890. 



Rev. William Geoffrey Pennyman, born on= 
Tuesday, 3 May 1870, bapt. at Ormesby; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1893, M.A. 
1896 ; Domestic Chaplain to the Archbishop 
of York 1899-1901, Hon. Chaplain 1904 
-1909 and 1909-10; Perpetual Curate of 
Acaster Malbis, co. York, 1903-1908, Vicar 
of Bishopsthorpe, co. York, 1903-10, Vicar 
of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 1910. 



=Beatrix Jane Frances, 3rd dau. of Sir James 
Robert Walker of Sand Hutton, co. York, 2nd 
Baronet, by Louisa Susan Marlborough Heron 
his wife, dau. of Sir John Heron-Maxwell, 
Baronet ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Upper Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Archbishop of York, 
assisted by the Bishop of Stepney and her 
brother, the Rev. Reginald Walker), on 
Monday, 18 February 1901. 



Joan Mary, born at 13 Cadogan Gardens, 
Chelsea, on Wednesday, 10 February 
1904, bapt. at Bishopsthorpe. 



Angela Beatrix, born at 
Bishopsthorpe on Tuesday, 
9 January 1906, bapt. there. 



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Rev. William Worslcy, born at Walling Weils, nean 
Tuxford, CO. Nottingham, 27 June 1800; educated 
at Repton and at Christ's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 22 June 1818, B.A. 1824; 
Rector of Bratoft, co. Lincoln, 1842, Perpetual 
Curate of Irby, co. Lincoln, 1856 until his death ; 
died at Bratoft, aged 81, on Friday, 26 August 
188 1, bur. there. Will dated 21 January 1875, 
proved at Lincoln 10 October 1881, by Louisa 
Ann Worsley, relict. 



=Louisa Ann, dau. of the Rev. William 
Benson Ramsden, Vicar of Little Wakering, 
CO. Essex, by Louisa his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Dowse; bom 17 January 1803; 
marr. at Great Stambridge, co. Essex, 
7 July 1825 ; died at 2 Homefield Road, 
Wimbledon, co. .Surrey, aged 80, on Mon- 
day, 2 April 1883, bur. at Bratoft. Will 
dated 30 March 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
470. 83) 5 May 1883, by Louisa Augusta 
Boden, widow, Horace Smith, and the 
Rev. Charles John Boden. 



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George Boden, Q.C., Recorder of Derby (youngest son of John Boden of= 
Ednaston Lodge, co. Derby, by Lucinda Grimes his wife) ; born 22 January 
1816 ; educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 26 May 1837, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1845; called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 30 April 1841, Bencher 30 April 1862, Treasurer 1876; 
Recorder of Stamford February 1855, and of Derby 7 May 1859 until his 
death; Q.C. 6 February 1862; died at 7 Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, 
London, aged 64, on Monday, 16 February 1880, bur. in Paddington 
Cemetery, Willesden Lane, co. Kliddlesex. Will dated 27 June 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 215, 80) 5 March 1880, by Louisa Augusta Boden, relict, and 
the Rev. Charles John Boden, son {see Pedigree of IVoUaston, page 124), 
and Horace Smith, Barrister-at-Law, nephew. He married istly, 5 June 
1845, Catherine, 2nd dau. of John Perfect; she died at Torquay, co. Devon, 
aged 40, 20 November i860. 



=Louisa Augusta, 
born at the 
Rectory, Sprid- 
lington, CO. Lin- 
coln, 17 July 
1827 ; marr. at 
Bratoft on Tues- 
day, 6 October 
1863 ; died at 
Barrow - at- Hum- 
ber, CO. Lincoln, 
8 May igii. 
2nd wife. 



Colonel Pennyman White Worsley of 35 Gilston Road, South= 
Kensington, London ; born at Thurlby, co. Lincoln, 14 August 
1838, bapt. there; educated at Marlborough College; Ensign 
60th Foot 31 March 1858, Lieutenant 11 September i860. 
Captain 6 November 1867 ; Major Staff Canadian Militia 1870, 
Lieut. -Colonel 1873, Colonel 1912; served in the Fenian Raids 
1866-70 (General Service medal with two clasps); commanded 
in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island i886-go. 



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=Albinia, 2nd dau. of the 
Hon'''= Louis Victor Sicotte, 
Judge of the Supreme 
Court, Canada ; born at St. 
Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, 
24 September 1845 ; marr. 
there 21 February 1865; 
died at Halifax, Nova 
Scotia, aged 69, 13 February 
19 1 3, bur. there. 



George Stanley Worsley, born at St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, 
21 June 1866, bapt. at Hythe, co. Kent; educated 
at the Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario ; 
entered the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant 30 June 
1885, Captain (Reserve of Ofificers) 28 May 1895; 
Superintendent Royal North-West Mounted Police. 



173 



Frank Hamilton=Margaret May, 
Russell of Toronto, born at Brock- 
Ontario, Canada. ville, Ontario, 
3 May 1870; 
marr. at Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, 10 
June 1908. 



Major George Charles Uppleby of Barrow Hall, co. Lincoln (only son of the 
Rev. George Uppleby, Vicar of Barton-upon-Humber, co. Lincoln, by Mary 
his wife, only dau. of William Fox of Girsby Manor, co. Lincoln) ; born 
23 April 1819; educated at Shrewsbury School and at Magdalen College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M..\. 1843: of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 19 
November 1844; J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln, High Sheriff 1863; Major 
ist Battalion Lincoln Rifle Volunteers ; died at Barrow Hall, aged 72, on 
Monday, 12 October 1891, bur. at Barrow-on-Humber. Will dated 28 
October 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 76, 92) 5 January 1892, by William 
Vigor Fox, Richard Adrian Eddie, Henry Uppleby Wollaston and Robert 
Brown, the younger. He married 2ndly 5 November 1872, Louisa, 3rd dau. 
of John Golden of Caenby Hall, co. Lincoln. /\s. 



=Emily, born 1 1 
January 1830; 
marr. at Bratoft 
on Wednesday, 
4 August 1852 ; 
died on Friday, 
21 October 1870, 
bur. at Barrow- 
on-Humber. 



Frederick Thomas Worsley 
(twin with William Rams- 
den), born 10 April 1832 ; 
died at Hadleigh, co. 
Suffolk, in 1847, bur. at 
Great Stambridge, co. 
Essex. 



William Ramsden Worsley=f=Mary, daughter 



(twin with Frederick 
Thomas), born 10 April 
1832 ; died at Brockville, 
Canada, aged 38, on 
Saturday, 11 March 1871. 



of ^neas Mac- 
Donald of King- 
ston, Canada ; 
married in 1862. 



Lydia, born 1 2 
January 1834; 
died at the 
Rectory, Bratoft, 
on Wednesday, 7 
December 1859, 
bur. at Bratoft. 



Weston Macdonald Worsley 
of Brockville, Canada ; born 
in 1863. 



Lydia, died, aged 15, at Brockville, 
Canada, on Wednesday, i September 
1880, bur. at Brockville. 



John Siddall Wood of Sedgley Hall, co. Lancaster (only son of= 
John Wood of Sedgley Hall); born in 1835; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 185 1, B.A. 1855, M.A. 
1858; a Student of the Inner Temple 13 June 1859, called to the 
Bar 6 June 1866; died at Sedgley Hall 14 February 1888. Will 
dated 29 August 1887, proved at Manchester 29 June 1888, by the 
Rev. William Thomas Du Boulay. 



■Harriet Maria, born at 
the Rectory, Thurlby, 
CO. Lincoln, 24 Septem- 
ber 1844; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Saturday, 
14 August 1880. 



Charles Louis Worsley, born at=^Jessie, dau. of Nicol 



Montreal, Canada, 2 July 1872 ; 
Accountant in the Bank of 
Montreal at St. Mary's, Ontario. 



Pennyman Charles Worsley, 
born at Toronto 18 April, 
bapt. there in September 1 906. 



Kingsmill of Toronto, 
Ontario ; married at 
Toronto 9 June 1905. 



Dorothy, born at Toronto 
1 3 September, bapt. there 
15 October 1909. 



Gerald Pennyman= 
Worsley, born at 
Montreal 9 February 
1874 ; Assistant 
Manager of theBank 
of Montreal, Winni- 
peg, Manitoba. 



=Ada Russell of 
Chatham, New 
Brunswick; mar- 
ried at Seat- 
tle, Washington, 
U.S.A., in No- 
vember 19 10. 



Arthur Pennyman 
Worsley, born 24 
December 1875 ; 
died in September 
1876, buried at 
Brockville, Ontario. 



Violet, born 
at Kingston, 
Ontario, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1877. 



Pennyman Worsley of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ; 
born at Kingston, Ontario, 28 February 1878 ; educated 
at Halifax High School, Nova Scotia ; M.A. and LL.D. 
of Dalhousie College, Halifax; Barrister-at-Law; died 
at Edmonton, Alberta, 12 November 1905, bur. there. 



174 



Katherine Elizabeth Edith,= 
youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Francis Pickford, Rector 
of Hagworthingham, co. 
Lincoln, by Sophia his 
wife, dau. of Matthew 
Bancroft Lister ; born at 
Hagworthingham lo July 
1841 ; marr. there on Thurs- 
day, 22 October 1863 ; died 
at Singapore, Straits Settle- 
ments, on Saturday, 14 
March 1885, buried there. 
I St wife. 



= Francis Worsley of 189 Queen's Gate,= 
South Kensington, London ; bom 18 
February 1836, bapt. at Spridlington, 
CO. Lincoln ; Captain in the Mercantile 
Marine ; served in the Transport Ser- 
vice in the Crimea, Indian Mutiny 
and Abyssinian Wars; joined in 1870 
the Submarine Telegraph Service, 
under Admiral Sherard Osbom, retired 
in 1886. 



=Emma, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. John Chancourt 
Girardot of Car Colston 
Hall, CO. Nottingham, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of 
Robert Chaplin of Aver- 
ham, CO. Nottingham ; 
marr. at St. Augustine's, 
Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, 5 April 1888. 
2nd wife. 




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I 

Francis Richard 
Macbean Worsley, 
bom at Calcutta 
4 October 1864, 
bapt. there ; died 
II January 1865, 
bur. at Bombay. 



Francis Richard Coltman= 
Worsley of 28 St. George's 
Road, Westminster ; bom 
at the Rectory, Hagworth- 
ingham, on Tuesday, 10 
July 1866, bapt. at Hag- 
worthingham ; educated at 
St. Paul's, Stony Stratford. 



'Charlotte Elizabeth Jane, eldest dau. of 
Major William Barrett of Moredon, North 
Curry, co. Somerset ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Upper Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. Frederick William Worsley), on 
Saturday, 10 February igo6. She married 
istly, Herbert Schofield Sykes, Captain Royal 
Fusiliers. 



Rev. Frederick ^Viliiam Worsley, born at Singapore on Thursday,= 
26 June 1873 ; Associate of King's College, London, 1896, B.A. 
University College, Durham, 1897, M.A. 1900, B.D. 1909; Research 
B.A. Clare College, Cambridge, 1913 ; Curate of Barnes, co. Surrey, 
1 89 7- 1 900, Curate of St. Stephen's, South Kensington, London, 
1901-1905, Vicar of Corringham, co. Lincoln, 1905- 1907, Curate 
of St. Giles', Cambridge, 1910-14 ; Sub-Warden of St. Michael's 
College, Llandaff, 19 14. 



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Catherine Ethel, youngest 
dau. of Henry Wood 
Payne of 85 Philbeach 
Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, London, formerly of 
Bombay, by Elizabeth 
EHza Addison Pittar his 
wife ; marr. at St. Cuth- 
bert's. South Kensington, 
23 January 1901. 



Francis Frederick 
Worsley, born 2 
June 1902, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's, South 
Kensington. 



I 
Mary Elizabeth, 
born 15 Novem- 
ber 1904, bapt. at 
St. Cuthbert's, 
South Kensington. 



William Lister Thomas Cuthbert Richard Geof- 

Worsley, bora Worsley, born 10 frey Worsley, 

18 July 1906, December 1907, born 20 August 

bapt. at Cor- bapt. at Durham 1912, bapt. at 

ringham. Cathedral. Cambridge. 



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Major-General Richard Worsley, born ii January 1838; Ensign= 
Indian Army 12 June 1858, of the 15th Bengal Native Infantry 
24 August 1858, Lieutenant 1858, Captain 1868, Major 1874, 
Lieut. -Colonel 1876, Colonel 1888, Major-General i January 1893, 
retired 26 August 1894; died at Somerset Mansions, Welbeck 
Street, London, aged 61, on Wednesday, 7 June, bur. at Hawkhurst, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 10 June 1899. Will dated 27 October 
1890, proved (Prin Reg., 1139, 99) 9 September 1899, by Edith 
Meaburn Worsley, relict, and Robert William Staniland. 



Richard Stanley Worsley, born 
at Harrington Hall on Sun- 
day, 7 September 1879 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Army Service Corps 
21 February 1900, Lieutenant 
1 April 1 90 1, Captain 9 June 
1904; employed with Egyptian 
Army 5 November 19 13. 



Geoffrey Worsley, born 1 7 
February 1881. 



Edith Dorothy, born at Har- 
rington Hall on Monday, 
12 June 1882. 



=Edith Meaburn, of 7 St. 
George's Court, Gloucester 
Road, South Kensington, 
London, 2nd daughter of 
Meaburn Staniland of 
Harrington Hall, co. 
Lincoln ; married at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 
30 August 1877. 



Marjory Louisa, born 9 June 
1884. _ 

Ralph Marcus Meaburn 
Worsley, born at Tonbridge, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 1 1 
June 1887. 



Henry Winteringham,= 
Civil Engineer ; died 
at Iver, co. Bucking- 
ham, on Wednesday, 
8 August 1877. 



=Constance, born 14 June 1842 ; marr. at Bratoft, co. Lincoln, on 
Wednesday, 6 May 1863 ; died at Wimbledon, co. Surrey, aged 40, 
on Saturday, 24 March 1883. Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 17 May 1883, to Louisa Augusta Boden, widow, the aunt and 
guardian of George Winteringham, Henry Worsley Winteringham and 
Clifton Frederick Winteringham, minors, the sons, and only next-of-kin. 



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Frank Pickford Worsley, born at Singapore, Straits Settlements, 23= 
August 1874; educated at Brighton College and at Sandhurst; 2nd 
Lieutenant West Yorkshire (Prince of Wales' Own) Regiment 20 
February 1895, Lieutenant 8 December 1897, Captain 10 January 
1902, retired 5 March 1910; served on North-West Frontier of India 
1908, at operations in the Mohmand Country (medal with clasp). 



=Gertrude Manby, dau. 
of William Henry 
Brooks of Sheffield, 
CO. York ; marr. at 
Hong Kong, China, 
27 December 1898. 



Katharine Pickford, born at 
Karachi, India, 5 November 
1899, bapt. there. 



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ST. GERMANS. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. —Argent a fesse gules between 
two bars gemelle wavy azure. 

Crest. — An elephant's head cquped argent collared gules. 

Supporters. — Two eagles reguardant wings inverted and indorsed proper 
each charged on the breast with an ermine spot sable. 

Motto. — Praecedentibus insta. 



t. (Shermans, 



Lady Geoigiana-[=William Eliot, Earl of=Letitia, sister of= 



Augusta (Leve- 
son-Gower), 4th 
dau.ofOranville, 
I St Marquess of 
Stafford, K.G. ; 
born 1 3 April 
1769 ; married 
in November 
1797 ; died at 
Madeira 24 
March 1806, 
bur. at St. Ger- 
mans, CO. Corn- 
wall, ist wife. 



St. Germans and Baron William, ist 
Eliot of St. Germans, Baron Heytes- 
co. Cornwall, in the bury, and eldest 
Peerage of the United dau. of Sir Wil- 
Kingdom (youngest son liam PierceAshe 
of Edward, ist Baron A'Court, ist 
Eliot, by Catherine his Baronet, M.P., 
wife,onlydau.andheirof by Letitia his 
Edward Elliston of Ges- 2nd wife, dau. 
tingthorpe, co. Essex); of Henry Wynd- 
born I April 1767 ; ham of Salis- 
of Pembroke College, bury, co. Wilts ; 
Cambridge, M.A. 1 786 ; marr. at Heytes- 
D.L. for CO. Cornwall bury, co. Wilts, 
4 May 1792; Ensign 13 February 
Royal Cornwall Regi- 1809; died s.p., 
ment of Militia March aged 31, 20 
1792, Lieutenant 1793, January 1810. 
Captain 1795, Major 2nd wife. 

1803, Lieut.-Colonel 

1804, Colonel 24 Feb- 
ruary 1807; M.P. for St. Germans 1791 and 1796-1802, and for Liskeard 1802, 
1806, 1807, 1812, 1818 and 1820-23; of the diplomatic service i November 1791 
to 15 December 1796; a Lord of the Admiralty 5 July 1800, Under-Secretary 
for Foreign Affairs 5 June 1804 to January 1805, a Lord of the Treasury 21 
March 1807 to January 1812 ; succeeded his brother John as 2nd Earl 17 
November 1823; died at Port Eliot, co. Cornwall, aged 77, 19 January 1845. 
Will dated 29 May 1843, proved (P.C.C. 347, 45) 30 April 1845, by Edward 
Granville, Earl of St. Germans, son. 



=Charlotte, eldest dau.= 
of Lieut. -General 
John Robinson of 
Denston Hall, co. 
Suffolk, M.P., by the 
Hon'''^ Rebecca his 
wife, sisterof Edward, 
ist Earl of Powis, 
and dau. of Robert, 
ist Baron Clive of 
Plassey; marr. at the 
residence of the Earl 
of Powis in Berkeley 
Square, London, on 
Saturday, 7 March 
1812; died s.p. in 
HanoverSquare, Lon- 
don, 3 July i8i3,bur. 
at St. George's, Han- 
overSquare. 3rd wife. 



=Susan, 6th and 
youngest dau. of 
Sir John Mord- 
aunt, 7th Baronet, 
M.P.,byElizabeth 
his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Thomas 
Prowse of Ax- 
bridge, co. Somer- 
set ; marr. at 
Walton, CO. War- 
wick, 30 August 
1814; died s.p. at 
Fulford Park, co. 
Devon, 5 February 
i83o,bur.atShob- 
rooke, co. Devon. 
Adiiion granted 
in April 1830. 
4th wife. 



Edward Granville Eliot, Earl of St. Germans, G.C.B., P.C , LL.D. ; born at= 
Plymouth, co. Devon, 29 August 1798, bapt. at St. Germans; educated at 
Westminster School, admitted 3 February 1809, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 December 1815 ; D.L. for co. Cornwall 2 April 1841; Captain 
Royal Cornwall Regiment of Militia 31 December 1818 ; Lieut.-Colonel Com- 
manding North Cornwall Yeomanry 16 January 1827; of the diplomatic service 
1823, Envoy Extraordinary to Spain during the Civil War 1834-35 ; M.P. for 
Liskeard 1824, 1826, 1830 and 1831-32, and for East Cornwall 1837 and 
1841-45 ; a Lord of the Treasury 1827-30, Postmaster-General 1845-46, Chief 
Secretary for Ireland 1841-45, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1853-55, Lord 
Steward of the Household 1857-58 and 1859-66, Special Deputy Warden 
of the Stannaries October 1852 ; accompanied the Prince of Wales (afterwards 
King Edward VII.) on his tour through Canada and the United States in 
i860; Privy Councillor 3 September 1841, and for Ireland 12 October 
1841 ; Hon. LL.D. (Dublin) 1843, C.B. 27 April 1848, G.C.B. 24 



the Order 
19 January 



January 1857, Grand Master of 
succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 
aged 79, 7 October 1877, bur. at St. (lermans. 
proved (Prin. Reg., 988, 77) 21 December 
Cornwallis, Earl of St. Germans, son. 



of St. Patrick 1853-55; 

1845; died at Port Eliot, 

Will dated 20 May 1870, 

1877, by William Gordon 



=Lady Jemima (Corn- 
wallis), 3rd dau. and 
coheirof Charles, 2nd 
and last Marquess 
of Cornwallis ; born 
24 December 1803; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
2 September 1824 ; 
died in Dover Street, 
Piccadilly, 2 July 
1856, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, 
London. 



iSo 



Caroline Georgiana, 
born 27 July 1799; 
died at St. Michael's, 
Bognor, co. Sussex, 
aged 66, on Sunday, 
22 April 1866. Will 
dated 28 November 
1863, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 448, 66) 6 July 
1866, by George Ed- 
ward Martin, nephew, 
and the Rev. the 
Hon'''' Walter William 
Brabazon Ponsonby. 



General Henry Beauchamp Lygon, Earl Beauchamp ; 
born 5 January 1784; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 27 January 1803; M.P. for Worcester- 
shire 1816-31, and for West Worcestershire 1832-53; 
entered the Army as Comet loth Hussars 9 July 
1803, Captain 1807, Major 1812, Lieut.-Colonel ist 
Life Guards 181 5, Colonel 1822, Major-General 
1837, Lieut.-General 1846, General 20 June 1854; 
served in the Peninsula with the i6th Dragoons at 
the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco 
(severely wounded); Colonel loth Hussars 1843, 
Colonel 2nd Life Guards and Gold Stick-in-Waiting 
1863; succeeded his brother, John Reginald, as 4th 
Earl, 22 January 1853; died at Madresfield Court, 
CO. Worcester, aged 79, 8 September 1863. Will 
dated 2 March 1861, with two codicils dated 7 March 
1862 and II December 1862, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 529, 63) 26 September 1863, by Henry, Earl 
Beauchamp, son. ^ 



=f=Susan Caroline, 
born 1 2 April 
1 801 ; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 8 July 
1824; died at 
Port Eliot, CO. 
Cornwall, aged 
33, 1 6 January 
1835- 



Rev. Walter William Brabazon Ponsonby, Earl of=j=Louisa Susan Cornwallis, 



Bessborough ; bom at Roehampton, co. Surrey, 
13 August 1821, bapt. at Putney, co. Surrey; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 1843; 
Rector of Canford Magna, co. Dorset, 1846-69, 
of Beer Ferrers, co. Devon, 1869-75, of 
Marston Bigot, co. Somerset, 1875-80, and 
of Stutton, CO. Suffolk, 1880-94; succeeded his 
brother, Frederick George Brabazon, as 7th 
Earl, II March 1895; died at 38 Eccleston 
Square, London, aged 84, on Saturday, 24 
February, bur. in the family vault in the 
cemetery adjoining the parish church, Pilltown, 
CO. Kilkenny, on Friday, 2 March 1906. 
Memorial service at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 28 February 
1906. Will dated 16 July 1874, proved in the 
Principal Registry 12 May 1906, by Louisa 
Susan Cornwallis, Countess of Bessborough. 
Portrait at IJ Cavendish Square, London, by 
Henry Jones Thaddeus, R.H.A., and another 
at j8 Eccleston Sqi4are, London, by Mrs. M. 
Murray Cookesley. ^ 



bom at 47 Dover Street, 
Piccadilly, London, 17 De- 
cember 1825, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 17 January 1826; 
marr. at St. James', Picca- 
dilly, 1 5 January 1850; died 
at 38 Eccleston Square, 
London, aged 85, on Sun- 
day, 1 5 January, bur. in the 
family vault in the ceme- 
tery adjoining the parish 
church, Pilltown, on Friday, 
20 January 191 1 ; first part 
of service at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, London, 
18 January 191 1. Will 
dated 10 May 1906, proved 
in the Principal Registry 
27 February 191 1, by Lady 
Mary Ponsonby. 



Edward John 
Cornwallis Eliot, 
Lord Eliot; born 
2 April 1827 ; 
educated at 
Eton and at 
Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 21 Novem- 
ber 1 844; Captain 
I St Life Guards 
1852; died un- 
married at Port 
Eliot, aged 37, 26 
November 1864. 



(See Pedigree of Bessborough, Vol. 12, page 114, and Addenda, 
Vol. I J, page Hi., and Vol. I J, page iv.) 



181 



Rev. George Martin, Canon of Exeter (son of the Rev. Joseph Martin= 
of Ham Court, co. Worcester, Canon Residentiary of Exeter Cathedral 
1796-1S15); bom in 1789; of New College, Oxford, B.A. 1813, M.A. 1818; 
Vicar of Harberton, co. Devon, 22 June 1820, Prebendary of Exeter 
Cathedral 15 September 1815, Chancellor of the Diocese 1820; Principal 
of Training School, Exeter, 1839; died at Harberton Vicarage 27 August 
i860. Will dated 13 December 1852, with two codicils dated 28 January 
1856 and 27 December 1858, proved at Exeter 8 October i860, by Renira 
Henrietta Aldenburgh Martin, relict. He married 2ndly 21 July 1842, 
Renira Henrietta Aldenburgh, only dau. of Vice-Admiral William Bentinck 
and niece to Charles Herbert, Earl Manvers ; she died 16 January 1868. 



"Charlotte Sophia, 
bom 28 May 
1802 ; married 
26 July 1825; 
died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, aged 
37, 8 July 1839. 



Granville Charles Corn- 
wallis Eliot, born 9 Sep- 
tember 1828; educated 
at Eton ; Ensign and 
Lieutenant Coldstream 
Guards 11 June 1847, 
Captain 1851; A.D.C. 
to his father when Lord- 
Lieutenant of Ireland ; 
killed at the battle of 
Inkerman 5 November 
1854. 



^Villiam Gordon Cornwallis Eliot, Earl of 
St. Germans ; born at Port Eliot, co. 
Cornwall, 14 December 1829, bapt. at 
St. Germans, co. Cornwall ; educated at 
Eton ; of the Diplomatic Service 2 Sep- 
tember 1849 to 16 April 1865 ; M.P. for 
Devonport 1866-68; succeeded his father 
as 4th Earl 7 October 1877 ; died un- 
married at 1 3 Grosvenor Gardens, London, 
19 March 1881. Will dated 27 October 
1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 501, 81) 30 June 
1 88 1, by Henry Cornwallis, Earl of 
St. Germans, brother. 



Edward Cornwallis Eliot, 
bom 28 April 1831 ; died 
at Port Eliot 16 January 
1832. 



Elizabeth Harriet, born in 
Dover Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Saturday, 
24 August 1833; died 
there, aged 19 months, 
16 March 1835. 



Stephen Ormston Eaton of Tolethorpe Hall, co. Rutland= 
(eldest son of Charles Ormston Eaton of Tolethorpe 
Hall, by Elizabeth Jane his wife, 2nd dau. of Robert 
Hedley of Lidbrook, co. Somerset, and of Long 
Benton, co. Northumberland) ; born at Tixover Hall, 
CO. Rutland, on Sunday, 30 September, bapt. at Tixover 
31 October i860; Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps; 
died at Tolethorpe Hall, aged 50, on Tuesday, 30 May, 
bur. at Little Casterton, co. Rutland, on Friday, 
2 June 191 1. He married istly at Byfleet, co. Surrey, 
6 November 1890, Mary Isabella Emma, only child 
and heir of Lord Edward Thynne, M.P. ; she died in 
London on Sunday, 17 June 1906, and was bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 

(See Pedigree of Eaton, Vol. 6, page 86, and Addenda, 
Vol. 16, page xviii., and Vol. 77, page xiv.) 



=Blanche Eliza- 
beth, bom at 
65 Ebury Street, 
Pimlico, London, 
on Saturday, 1 6 
August 1866 ; 
married at St. 
Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London, 
on Thursday, 
27 May 1909. 
2nd wife. 



Granville John 
Eliot, born on 
Sunday, 22 Sep- 
tember 1867 ; 
educated at Char- 
terhouse 1882-83. 



Evelyn Radigund, 
born at Port Eliot 
on Sunday, 31 
January 1869. 



Henry Cornwallis Eliot, Earl of St. Germans ; born in London= 
II February 1835; educated at Eton; Midshipman Royal Navy 
1848-53; Junior Clerk in the Foreign Office 28 January 1855, 
Assistant Clerk 13 January 1872 to 1881 ; Secretary to Earl Vane's 
Special Mission to St. Petersburg to invest H.I.M. Alexander II. with 
the Order of the Garter July 1867; J. P. and D.L. for co. Cornwall; 
succeeded his brother as 5th Earl 19 March 1881 ; died at Port 
Eliot, aged 76, on Sunday, 24 September, bur. at St. Germans, co. 
Cornwall, on Wednesday, 27 September 191 1. Will dated 6 October 
1909, with codicil of same date, proved in the Principal Registry 23 
January 191 2, by Cyril Walter 
Ponsonby and Eliot George /) J, /] 

Bromley-Martin. S^ f ^^V>v>^<a/?l^ 



^Hon"' Emily Harriet 
(Labouchere), of 1 7 
Grosvenor Gardens, 
London, 3rd and 
youngest dau. and 
coheir of Henry, ist 
Baron Taunton; born 
24 June 1844 ; marr. 
at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, 18 
October 1881. 



Edward Henry John Cornwallis Eliot, Lord 
Eliot; born at 13 Grosvenor Gardens, 
London, on Sunday, 30 August, bapt. at 
St. Germans 10 October 1885 ; educated at 
Eton and at Magdalen College, Cambridge ; 
entered the Coldstream Guards as Ensign 
in May 1908; died at Port Eliot on Tuesday, 
24 August, bur. at St. Germans on Friday, 
37 August 1909. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registr)' 12 October 1909, to 
Henry Cornwallis, Earl of St. Germans. 



John Granville Cornwallis Eliot, Earl of 
St. Germans, and Baron Eliot of St. Germans, 
CO. Cornwall, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom ; born at 13 Grosvenor Gardens, 
London, on Wednesday, 1 1 June, bapt. at the 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, 12 July 1890; educated 
at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
entered the 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) 
as 2nd Lieutenant 15 June 1910, Lieutenant 
6 October 1911 ; succeeded his father as 6th 
Earl 24 September 191 1. 



Montague Charles Eliot of 2 Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square,= 
London ; born at 2 Ovington Gardens, Kensington, London, on 
Friday, 13 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, London, 
2 June 1870; educated at Charterhouse (Senior Scholar, 
Exhibitioner) 1883-89, Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 1889, B.A. (2nd Classical Mods. 1891) 
1893; Barrister -at -Law of the 
Inner Temple 28 January 1895 ; 
Gentleman Usher to King 
Edward VII. 1901-1908, and 
Groom-in-Waiting 1908-10; 
Gentleman Usher to H.M. 
King George V. 1911. 



A 



■W-^^'*^ ► 



=Helen Agnes, dau. of Arthur 
Post of New York, U.S.A., 
by Ehzabeth his wife (who 
married 2ndly Arthur Hugh, 
Baron Barrymore), dau. of 
General James Wadsworth 
of Geneseo, U.S.A., Military 
Governor of Washington ; 
born II January 1885; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 22 June 1910. 



Germaine Elizabeth Olive, born 
13 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 31 May 1911. 



183 



Colonel Charles George Cornwallis Eliot, C.V.O. ; born i6 October= 
1839; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
4 June 1 85 7; Ensign and Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 31 December 
1858, Lieutenant and Captain 3 October 1862, Lieut. -Colonel and 
Hon. Colonel 3rd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
(Militia) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Cornwall ; Groom of the Privy 
Chamber to Queen Victoria 1871-99, and Gentleman Usher Daily 
\Vaiter 1899-1901, Equerry to T.R.H. Prince and Princess Christian 
of Schleswig-Holstein 1869-96, and Treasurer and Comptroller to 
the Household 1 896-1 90 1 ; C.V.O. 1899; Saxon Albrecht Order 
(2nd-class) ; died at 8 Onslow Gardens, Kensington, London, on 
Wednesday, 22 May, bur. at St. Germans, co. Cornwall, on Saturday, 
25 May 1 90 1. Memorial service at St. Andrew's, Wells Street, 
London, the same time. Will dated 8 February 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 854, 1901) 11 July 1901, by the Hon'''' Constance 
Rhiannon Eliot, relict, and Louis Charles Du Cane. 



=Constance Rhiannon, of 68 
Chester Square, London, 
sister of Ivor Bertie, Lord 
Wimborne, and 4th dau. of 
Sir Josiah John Guest of 
Dowlais, CO. Glamorgan, and 
of Canford Manor, co. Dorset, 
by Lady Charlotte Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. of Albe- 
marle, 9th Earl of Lindsey ; 
born at Dowlais House on 
Thursday, 17 October 1844; 
marr. at Canford Magna on 
Thursday, 26 October 1865; 
Lady-in-Waiting to Princess 
Frederica of Hanover 1880. 



.1 
Christian Edward= 

Cornwallis Eliot 
of Sunhill, Aires- 
ford, CO. Hants, 
andof3iCadogan 
Place, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
born at Ovington 
Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, 
on Wednesday, 
17 July 1872 ; 
educated at Char- 
terhouse 1 885-89. 



=Laura Grey, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir George 
Chetwode of Oakley, co. 
Stafford, and Chetwode, 
CO. Buckingham, Baronet, 
by Alice Jane his wife, 
2nd dau. of Michael 
Thomas Bass of Range- 
more, CO. Stafford, M.P. ; 
born I July 1872 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. Walter William 
Brabazon, Earl of Bess- 
borough), 3 July 1897. 



I 
Arthur Ernest Henry Eliot, born at=Elizabeth, dau. 

2 Ovington Gardens, Kensington, of M. Marshall ; 

London, on Monday, 13 July 1874; marr. 11 Octo- 

educated at Charterhouse 1889-91 ; ber 191 1 ; died 

Naval Cadet H.M.S. "Britannia" at 42 Finch- 

1887 ; served in South African War ley Road, St. 

as Trooper in Robert's Horse, as John's Wood, 

Captain in Kitchener's Horse, and on co. Middlesex, 

Staff of Colonel Du Cane, R.H.A., on Saturday, i 

1900; Assistant Provost Marshal November 1913. 

Cape Colony. He married istly 23 She married 

May 1895, Florence Maud, dau. of istly William 

Charles Egerton Parks-Smith, Captain A. C.Cornell. 
Royal Artillery ; marriage dissolved 
(on his petition) 4 August 1902. 



Frederica Betty Cornwallis, 
born at Oakley on Thursday, 
4 October 1900. 



I 
Christian Philip Charles 
Eliot, born at Oakley on 
Friday, 27 February 1903. 



I 
Ann Rosemary Bridget, born 

at 3 1 Cadogan Place, Chelsea, 

on Monday, 5 August 1907. 



Edward Granville Eliot of 17= 
Brunswick Square, St. Pancras, 
London ; born at Port Eliot, co. 
Cornwall, on Thursday, 3 Jan- 
uary 1878, bapt. there ; educated 
at Charterhouse 1891-92, and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1900; admitted a Solicitor 
February 1904. 



=Clare Louisa, younger dau. of William Robert Phelips of 
Montacute, co. Somerset, J. P. and D.L. for co. Somerset, High 
Sherilif 1901, by Constance Louisa his 2nd wife, eldest surviving 
daughter of the Hon''"' Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby- 
Fane, P.C, G.C.B., I.S.O., of Brympton, co. Somerset {ste 
Pedigree of Bessborough, Vol. 12, page 115) ; born at 21 
Gloucester Street, Westminster, on Thursday, 15 March 1883, 
bapt. at St. John's, Wilton Road, London ; marr. at Montacute 
on Tuesday, 3 December 1907. 



Peter Charles Eliot, born at 17 Brunswick Square, 
St. Pancras, 30 October, bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, 
I December 19 10. 



184 




JTrtpp. 



Rev. Samuel Charles Fripp of Westbury-= 
on-Trym, co. Gloucester (eldest son of 
Samuel Fripp of Bristol, co. Gloucester, 
by Dorothy his wife, dau. of Edward 
Bowles of Shirehampton, co. Glou- 
cester) ; born 3 September 1785; 
of Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1810;' died at Bristol, aged 57, 
9 March 1843, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol. Adiiion (with will 
dated 22 September 1834) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 242, 43) 4 April 1843, to 
Samuel Charles Fripp, son. 



=Mary Anne, dau. of Nicholas 
Pocock of Great George 
Street, Westminster, a founder 
of the Water- Colour Society 
in 1804, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of John Evans of Bristol; 
born 18 September 1787, 
bapt. 27 March 1789; marr. 
at St. Margaret's, Westmin- 
ster, 15 August 181 1 ; died 
II February 1843, bur. in 
Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol. 



Anna Caroline, dau. of= 
Isaac Edward Rouch of 
St. James' Square, Bristol ; 
born 21 April 1818 ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, 30 April 1846; 
died at Clifton 26 March 
1864, bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol. 
I St wife. 



=Samuel Charles Fripp of Clifton,= 
Architect; born 3 June 181 2; died 
at Avondale House, Clifton Down, 
aged 69, on Thursday, 9 February 
1882, bur. in Redland Green 
Burial Ground, Bristol. Will dated 
10 December 1881, proved at Bristol 
24 August 1882, by Josiah Thomas, 
Surveyor, and Herbert Innes Fripp, 
gent., son. 



Clara, dau. of Thomas Balls 
of London ; born in London 
28 April 1838; marr. at St. 
George's, Bolton, co. Lan- 
caster, 21 December 1865; 
died at Acton, co. Middlesex, 
30 June, bur. in Redland 
Green Burial Ground, Bristol, 
3 July 1901. 2nd wife. 



I 
Percy Charles Innes Fripp of The=Maggie Maclure, 2nd dau. of 

Shanty, Hythe, co. Hants ; born at The James Bromage Williams, by 

Hermitage, Westbury-on-Trym, 20 De- Margaret Webb his wife ; 

cember 1847, bapt. at the parish ehurch, born at Knowle, Bristol, co. 

Clifton, 5 May 1848 ; educated at the Somerset, 28 July 1862 ; 

Bristol Grammar School and at the marr. at St. Paul's, Clifton, 

Institut Renkewitz, Montreux, Canton de 2 January 1884. 

Vaud, Switzerland. 



Edith Innes, born 
1 5 March, bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Clifton, 
in June 1851. 



I 

Herbert Innes Fripp of i Cornwall Mansions, Ash-==Edith, younger dau. of Arthur Hughes 



bumham Road, Chelsea, co. Middlesex ; born at 
Clifton 31 January 1858, bapt. at the parish church, 
Clifton, in May 1859; of St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1877, Scholar 1879, B-A. 
1881, M.A. 1884 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 
6 June 18S3, admitted a Solicitor November 1888. 



of East Sheen, co. Surrey, by Penelope 
his wife, dau. of Henry Thwaites ; born 
26 March 1866 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, East Sheen, on Saturday, 
4 September 1886. 



Marjory Innes, born at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 24 July 1887, bapt. 
at St. John's, Richmond. 



Dorothy, born at Rich- 
mond 9 June, bapt. at 
St. John's, Richmond, 
in July 1888. 



Charles Arthur Innes Fripp, 
born at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
20 August 1889, bapt. at 
St. Matthias', Plymouth ; 
educated at Plymouth College. 



185 



George Arthur Fripp, born at Bristol,= 
CO. Gloucester, 13 June, bapt. 19 July 
1813 ; Associate of the Royal Society 
of Painters in Water- Colours 1841, 
Member 1845, Secretary 1848-54; 
died at 50 Holmdale Road, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, aged 83, on 
Saturday, 17 October, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
20 October 1896. Will dated 2 De- 
cember 1888, with three codicils dated 
II December 1891, 14 August 1893 
and 26 June 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1182, 96) 18 December 1896, by John 
Lewis Roget, Barrister-at-Law. 



=Mary, only child of 
Thomas \Villiam Percival 
of London, by Isabella 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Lowthian Pollock of 
Macclesfield, co. Chester ; 
born 21 September 1825 ; 
marr. at Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, 26 March 1846 ; 
died at 23 Fairfax Road, 
Hanipstead, aged 60, on 
Saturday, 24 September 
1887, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



Mary Anne, born at Bristol 
21 August 1814 ; marr. at 
Hutton Court, CO. Somerset, 
the residence of her uncle, 
Edward Bowles Fripp (by 
the Rev. Charles Spencer 
Fripp, on Tuesday, 25 
March 1856, Charles Verral 
(only son of Charles Verral, 
M. D.); died 22 March 
1 88 1. She died at Hamp- 
stead 18 December 1879. 



Mary Isabella, marr. at Corfu 
on Wednesday, 16 Novem- 
ber iSgi, Count Nicolas Icilio 
Androutzos of Corfu, son of Count 
Marco Androutzos, Major in the 
Neapolitan Army, by his wife, 
Marchesa Guiseppina Muscari of 
Naples. 



George Pollock Fripp of Willow= 
Bank, 97 Leyland Road, South- 
port, and of Oldham, both co. 
Lancaster; born 19 March 1848; 
educated at University College 
School and at University College, 
London ; admitted a Solicitor in 
1871. 



=Annie Tollitt, dau. of 
Alexander Christie 
of Liverpool, co. 
Lancaster ; born 2 1 
July 1866; marr. at 
Saddle worth, co.York, 
31 October 1888. 



George Christie 
Fripp, born at 
Blackpool, CO. 
Lancaster, 18 
September 1891, 
bapt. at Saddle- 
worth. 



Mary Lillian, born at Rush Hill 
House, Uppermill, Saddleworth, 28 
October 1892, bapt. at Saddleworth. 

Dorothy Margaret, born at Rush 
Hill House, Uppermill, Saddleworth, 
29 April 1894, bapt. at Southshore, 
Blackpool. 



Charles Percival 
Fripp, born at 
Saddleworth 3 
August 1895, 
bapt. there. 



Winifred Beatrice, 
born at 76 Prome- 
nade, Southport, 
12 September 

1 90 1, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Southport. 



Henry Charles Innes=j=Winifred Mary, dau. of John 



Fripp of Hazlewell 
Road, Putney, co. Sur- 
rey ; born at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 19 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. John's, 
Redland, co. Gloucester, 
10 May 1867 ; educated 
at Bristol Grammar 
School. 



Pottow of Bristol, by Emma 
his wife, dau. of John 
Maynard ; born at Port- 
land Square, Bristol, 26 
November 1875, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, Bristol ; marr. 
at St. John's, Redland, 
I August 1899. 



Charles Greenhalgh= 
of Roumaine Drive, 
Llandudno, co. Car- 
narvon (son of 
Handel Greenhalgh 
of Bolton-le-Moors, 
CO. Lancaster) ; born 
at Turton, co. Lan- 
caster, 4 April 1864, 



bapt. there. 



=May Innes, born 
7 May, bapt. 
at St. John's, 
Redland, 9 July 
1869; marr. at 
All Saints', Ful- 
ham, CO. Middle- 
sex, 6 September 
1897. 



A 



Barbara Innes, born at Putney 
22 June, bapt. at All Saints', 
Fulham, co. Middlesex, 3 
August 1904. 



I . I 

Stephen Innes Fripp, born Geoffrey Innes Fripp, 

at Putney 12 November, born at Putney 12 

bapt. at St. John's, Putney, June, bapt. at St. John's, 

9 December 1906. Putney, in July 1908. 

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Henry Edward Fripp, M.D. ; born at= 
Bristol, CO. Gloucester, lo June 1816; 
M.R.C.P. Lond. 1856, M.D. Wurzburg 
1855, M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 1838; 
Consulting Physician Bristol General 
Hospital ; died 23 March 1880, bur. in 
Amos Vale Cemetery, Bristol. He 
married istly Marjorie Hilton, widow of 
Captain Graeme; she died in October 1872. 



Catherine Marianne, dau. of William Russell 

Leopold de Soyres of Clifton, Fripp, born at 

CO. Gloucester; born at Bristol 18 March 

Pembroke Road, Clifton, 15 1820; died in 

September 1849; marr. at the Australia 22 Oc- 

parish church, CUfton, 6 No- tober 1876. 
vember 1873 ; died 31 May 
191 2, bur. at Oxford. 2nd wife. 



Leopold Henry Fripp of= 
Southdown, Louis -Trichardt, 
Transvaal, South Africa ; 
born at Clifton 30 July, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Clifton, in 
August 1874 ; educated at 
Clifton College and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford. 



=Susan Beatrice, elder dau. of His Honour Benjamin Fossett 
Lock of Bridlington, co. York, Judge of East Riding County 
Court, by Jane Elizabeth his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. John 
Parish Hammond, Vicar of Sopley, co. Hants ; bom at 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 20 July 1880, bapt. at St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, London ; educated at the Royal Academy 
Art Schools ; marr. at Kalk Bay, near Cape Town, South Africa, 
4 September 1907 ; died at Louis-Trichardt on Sunday, 6 July 
1913, bur. there. 



Margaret Honor, born at Pietersburg, 
Transvaal Colony, on Thursday, 21 
January 1909, bapt. there. 



Paul Henry Fripp, bom at 
Louis-Trichardt on Monday, 
9 June 1913. 



Francis Edward Bowles=Constance, only dau. of Charles Ballard of Madeleine Catherine, 
Fripp, born at 6 Arling- Maidstone, co. Kent, by his wife, Elizabeth born 22 August 1877, 

Bliss, of Kenilworth, co. Warwick ; born at bapt. at St. Paul's, 

Oxford 13 October, bapt. at St. Mary Clifton. 

Magdalen's, Oxford, 30 November 1880; 

marr. at Cape Town Cathedral, South Africa, 

2 September 1907. 



ton Villas, Clifton, 3 
September 1875, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Clifton, 



Percival Kossuth Fripp, born i October i849;=Ada Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of W. J. Patty of 
died at 6 Northgate Street, Chester, aged 42, Richmond, co. Surrey ; marr. at Christ Church, 
on Saturday, 13 June 1891, bur. in the East Sheen, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 4 March 
cemetery at Chester. Adtiion was granted 1S73 ; died in 1901, bur. in the cemetery at 
at Chester 21 September 1891, to Ada Wandsworth, co. Surrey. 
Elizabeth Fripp, relict. 



Harold Edward Innes Fripp of=j=Gertrude Mary, dau. of Walter 



Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan, 
Canada ; bom 26 January, bapt. 
at St. George's, Brandon Hill, 
Bristol, 30 March 1873. 



Colborn of Glen Adelaide, 
Canada ; marr. at All Saints', 
Cannington, 8 December 1909. 



Ethel Innes, born 30 
March, bapt. at St. 
George's, Brandon Hill, 
Bristol, 4 June 1876. 



Ethel, born at Cannington Manor 20 September 

19 10, bapt. at All Saints', Cannington, 24 August 

191 1. 

187 



Anne Dalton, eldest dau.= 
of Edwin Allies of Can- 
ford, \Vestbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester ; born at Bristol, 
CO. Gloucester, i6 May 
1821 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, on Saturday, 28 
April 1849; died at North 
Crescent, Bedford Square, 
London, aged 28, on 
Saturday, 2 February 1850, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, ist wife. 



=Alfred Downing Fripp of= 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex ; 
born at Bristol 22 April 1822 ; 
Member of the Royal Society 
of Painters in Water Colours ; 
died at 33 Hampstead Hill 
Gardens, aged 72, on Wed- 
nesday, 13 March, bur. at 
Tarrant Rushton, co. Dorset, 
on Monday, 18 March 1895. 
Adiiion (with will dated 5 Jan- 
uary 1882) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 572, 95) 30 May 1895, 
to Alfred Downing Fripp, 
Surgeon, the administrator of 
the personal estate of Eliza 
Banister Fripp. 



=Eliza Banister, dau. of John 
Banister Roe of Blandford, co. 
Dorset, by Mary Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Allies ; born at 
Blandford 10 May 1835 ; marr. 
there 12 September 1861 : died at 
^;i Hampstead Hill Gardens, aged 
59, on Saturday, 23 March, bur. at 
Tarrant Rushton, with her youngest 
son Reginald Edward, on Wednes- 
day, 27 March 1895. Adiiion was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
19 April 1895, to Alfred Downing 
Fripp. 2nd wife. 



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Edward Penny of The Hermitage, Marlborough, co. Wilts, M.D. (son of=j=Annie Dalton, born 



the Rev. James Penny, Rector of Tarrant Rushton, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Wood of Dorchester); born at Blandford 15 December 
1854, bapt. at Stepleton Iwerne, co. Dorset ; educated at Blandford 
Grammar School, University of London, and at Guy's Hospital, London, 
M.D. Lond. 1882, M.B. (Honours in Med. and For. Med.) 1880, M.R.C.S. 
Eng. and L.S.A. 1879, D.P.H. Camb. 1883 ; Resident Medical Officer 
Marlborough College, Hon. Medical Officer Savernake Cottage Hospital, 
Member British Medical Association and Medical Officer of Schools 
Association ; formerly Medical Officer Pinxton Collieries, House Physician, 
Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich, House Physician, House Surgeon, and 
Resident Obstetric, Guy's Hospital, and Clinical Assistant Evelina 
Hospital for Children. /\ 



at North Crescent, 
London, 24 Jan- 
uary 1850, bapt. at 
St. Giles', London ; 
married at St. 
Stephen's, Hamp- 
stead (by the Rev. 
James Penny), on 
Tuesday, 2 2 January 
1884. 



Henry Edward Fripp of Port Elizabeth, South Africa ; born 
25 February 1851 ; married at Beaufort West, South Africa, 
Edith A., dau. of Charles Utting of the Cape of Good 
Hope, South Africa. =j= 

I 
George Utting Fripp, born 
6 March 1882, bapt. at 
Beaufort West. 



Alice, born 24 September 1853 ; 
died, aged 34, on Saturday, 28 
August 1888, bur. in the 
Fedorowicz family vault at 
Klebanowka, in Galicia, Austria. 



Ernest Edward Balman Landon of Bradbourne House, Acton, co.= 
Middlesex (son of Ernest Whittington Landon of Old Manor House, 
Carshalton, co. Surrey, by Elizabeth his wife, only child of Edward 
Balman of Bishop's Nympton, co. Devon, and of Liverpool) ; 
born at Pernambuco, Brazil, 30 June 1867, bapt. at the English 
Church, Pernambuco ; educated at Marlborough and at Guy's 
Hospital, M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1892 ; Surgeon Acton 
Cottage Hospital, formerly House Physician Guy's Hospital ; Member 
British Medical Association. He married istly at Christ Church, 
Beulah Hill, Norwood, co. Surrey, 11 October 1897, Violet Evelyn, 
dau. of Richard Henry Fry of Lynmouth, co. Devon ; she died s.p. 



in 1898. 



=Dorothy Innes, born 
at 1 1 Charlotte 
Street, Park Street, 
Bristol, 22 November 
1878, bapt. at St. 
George's, Brandon 
Hill, Bristol, 5 Jan- 
uary 1879 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, 17 
January 1903. 



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188 



Sidney Bowles Fripp of Ottawa, Canada West,= 
Architect ; born at Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
21 July 1823; died at Ottawa, aged 46, on 
Tuesday, 15 March 1870, bur. there. 



=Mary, dau. of Thomas Eaton of London; born 
6 January 1841 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Quebec, 
Canada, 10 August 1858; died 11 January 
1904, bur. at Ottawa. 



Ada, born 30 June, bapt. 
at Ottawa 15 July 1859; 
married to W. N. Bell 
of Britannia Bay, Ontario, 
Canada. 



Edward Sidney Fripp, born 1 1 
March, bapt. at Ottawa 21 April 
1861 ; married at Baming, 
California, U.S.A., Mary Graff. 



Edith Eleanor, born 3 De- 
cember 1863, bapt. at Ottawa 
3 January 1864; died 11 June 
1904. 



Alfred Ernest Fripp, K.C., of 407 Queen Street, Ottawa; bom 29 June,=f<;iementine, dau. 



bapt. at Ottawa 2 July 1866 
and Osgoode Hall, Toronto ; 
21 September 191 1. 



educated at the Grammar School, Ottawa, 
K.C. 3 January 1908; M.P. for Ottawa 




of Andrew Wilson 
Bell of Carleton 
Place, Ontario ; 
born 16 July 1 87 1 ; 
marr. at Carleton 
Place 3 October 
1894. 



Alfreda Jane Sidney, born 
at Ottawa 15 October 1895. 



Marian Sydney, 
born at Swanage, 
CO. Dorset, on 
Monday, i De- 
cember 1862, 
bapt. at Bland- 
ford ; died at 
Bossington, near 
Minehead, co. 
Somerset, aged 7, 
on Thursday, 8 
September, bur. 
at Porlock, co. 
Somerset, 10 Sep- 
tember 1870. 



William Hale White of 38 Wimpole Street, London,= 
M. D. (eldest son of William Hale White of Groombridge, 
CO. Kent, by Harriet his wife, dau. of Samuel Arthur) ; 
born in London 7 November 1857 ; educated at Fram- 
lingham College and at Guy's Hospital, London, 
M.D Lond. 1880, M.B. 1879, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1888, 
M. 1883, M.R.C.S. Eng. iSSo; Physician and Lecturer 
on Medicine at Guy's Hospital, Censor Royal College 
of Physicians 191 2, Examiner in Medicine, Universities 
of Cambridge and London ; Fellow Royal Society of 
Medicine, Member Physiological, Neurological, Clinical 
and Pathological Societies ; formerly Hon. Secretary 
Clinical Society ; Author of "A Text Book of General 
Therapeutics," " Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Pharma- 
cology and Tlierapcutics," (T3th edition), &c. /K 



=Edith Jane Spencer, 
born at Swanage, 
CO. Dorset, on 
Thursday, 3 March, 
bapt. there 14 May 
1864 ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Tarrant Rushton, 
CO. Dorset (by her 
uncle, the Rev. 
James Penny, the 
Rector), on Thurs- 
day, 30 December 
1886. 



Charles Edwin Fripp, born 4 September 1854; educated at= 
Nuremberg and at the Royal Academy, Munich ; Associate of the 
Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours ; represented "The 
Graphic" in Kaffir War 1878, Zulu War 1879 and Boer War 1881, 
China-Japanese War 1894-95, Matabele War 1896, Klondyke and 
Alaska 1898, Philippines War 1899, and South African War 1900; 
formerly Lieutenant in 20th Middlesex (Artists) Rifle Volunteers ; 
died at Montreal, Quebec, Canada, aged 52, on Thursday, 20 
September, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 27 September 1906. 



=Lois Gertrude, youngest 
dau. of George Robert 
Renwick of Porchester, 
CO. Hants, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Edward 
Collett May ; marr. at 
Porchester on Friday, 
17 May 1901. 



189 



Henry Renwick Fripp, born 9 July, 
bapt. at Enderby, British Columbia, 
6 August 1902. 



Sir Alfred Downing Fripp of 19 Portland Place, London, and of= 
The Mill House, West Lulworth, co. Dorset, K.C.V.O., C.B. ; born 
at Blandford, co. Dorset, 12 September 1865, bapt. there; educated 
at Merchant Taylors' School, University of London, and at Guy's 
Hospital, London, M.S. Lond. 1893, M.B. and B.S. 1889, L.R.C.P. Lond. 
18S9, F.R.C.S. Eng. 1893, M. 1889; Surgeon-in-Ordinaiy to the 
Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VIL) 1897-1901, and 
Hon. Surgeon-in-Ordinary 1901-10, and to H.M. King George V. 8 July 
19 10, Surgeon-in-Ordinary to H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught 19 10, 
Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, Lecturer on Surgery in iVIedical School, Surgeon 
to King Edward's Hospital for Officers ; Senior Surgeon and Chief 
Civilian Medical Officer, Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, South Africa, 1900 
(mentioned in despatches, medal, C.B.) ; Member of Visiting Committee 
of King Edward's Hospital Fund for London since its formation, Councils 
of Hospital Saturday Fund and National Red Cross Society, of the 
Advisory Board, Army Medical Service, of the Commission for the 
Re-organisation of the Army Medical Service 1901, and of Central British 
Red Cross Committee ; M.V.O. (4th- 

class) 1898, C.B. and C.V.O. 1900; * 

knighted 18 July 1903 ; a Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England ; K. C.V.O. 
9 November 1906. 




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=Margaret Scott 
(Order of the 
Royal Red Cross), 
only dau. of Tho- 
mas Burt Haywood 
of Woodhatch, 
Reigate, co. Sur- 
rey, by Margaret 
Louisa his wife, 
dau. of John 
Scott) ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Reigate, on Wed- 
nesday, 8 June 
1898. 



Alfred Thomas Fripp, 
born at 19 Portland 
Place, London, on 
Monday, 3 July 1899, 
bapt. at Reigate, co. 
Surrey ; educated at 
Winchester. 



Betty Agnes, bom at 
19 Portland Place, 
London, on Sunday, 
6 March 1904, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London. 



Margaret Cecely, born 
at 19 Portland Place, 
London, on Sunday, 
19 July igo8, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London. 



Venetia Sybil, born 
at 19 Portland 
Place, London, on 
Friday, 2 J una 
191 1, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London. 



Arthur Pocock Fripp 
of Singapore, Straits 
Settlements ; born 19 
January 1856 ; Captain 
in the Merchant Ser- 
vice ; married Rose 
Palmer, who died in 
1902. =j= 



Robert Mackay Fripp of 429 Pender Street,= 
Vancouver, British Columbia ; born 16 December 
1857; Fellow Royal Institute of British Architects 
1891 ; Certificated Architect of California 1902, 
Member of Royal Society of Arts 19 10, President 
Canadian Handicrafts Guild (Vancouver), Vice- 
President Arts Historical and Scientific Associa- 
tion; Author of " History of Art" and other works. 



Mary, born at 
Singapore. 



George Fripp, 
born at Singa- 
pore. 



Dorothy, born at 
Singapore 29 
January 1895. 



Edgar Fripp, 
born at Sin- 
gapore. 



=Christina, dau. of 
John W. Nichol 
of Jesmond Dene, 
Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, CO. North- 
umberland ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Auck- 
land, New Zealand, 
27 February 1887. 



Alice, born in 
Vancouver 1 9 
May 1888. 



Robert Fripp, born 
in Vancouver 16 
May 1889, died 6 
August following. 



Dorothea, born 
in Vancouver 
27 April 1890. 



George Mackay 
Fripp, born in 
Vancouver 25 
August 1 89 1. 



Clifford Russell 
Fripp, born in 
Vancouver 23 
July 1899. 



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Samuel William Fripp, born at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 5 December 1874, bapt. 
at the parish church, Hampstead ; died 
on Tuesday, 30 March 1875, bur. at Milton 
Keynes, co. Buckingham. 



Reginald Edward Fripp, born at Hampstead 
24 September 1876, bapt. at All Saints', Hamp- 
stead ; died at 33 Hampstead Hill Gardens, aged 
18, on Wednesday, 20 March, bur. at Tarrant 
Rushton, CO. Dorset, with his mother, on 
Wednesday, 27 March 1895. 



Edgar Innes Fripp of The Parsonage, St. John's^ 
Road, Stoneygate, co. Leicester; born at 61 
Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, London, 27 
November 1861 ; educated at London University 
College (B.A.), and at Manchester College, 
Oxford; University Extension Lecturer; Minister 
of Oakfield Road Church, Clifton, 1905- 1908, 
and at the Great Meeting, Leicester, 1908. 



=Edith Caroline, youngest dau. of Henry 
Morley, LL.D., Professor of English Literature 
at University College, London, by Mary Anne 
his wife, dau. of Joseph Sayer of Newport, 
Isle of Wight ; born 19 August 1864 ; marr. 
at Rosslyn Hill Chapel, Hampstead, on 
Tuesday, 16 April 1889. 



Paul Fripp, bom at Mansfield, 
CO. Nottingham, 18 March 
1890. 



Thomas Morley Fripp, 
born at Bangor, co. 
Down, 25 June 1895. 



Edith Mary, born 
at Belfast 30 
March 1899. 



Herbert Winkler Wills=j=Frances Dorothea, Thomas William Fripp=j=Gertrude Maude, 3rd 



of South Side, Austen 
Wood Common, Gerard's 
Cross, CO. Buckingham, 
F.R.LB.A. (5th son of 
William Ridout Wills 
of Birmingham, co. 
Warwick, by Emma 
Catherine his wife, dau. 
of W. Kimberley); born 
at Birmingham 6 August 
1863; Editor of the 
" Builder" 1913. 



born at Maidenhead 
Thicket, co. Buck- 
ingham, 6 June 
1863 ; educated at 
Munich, Bavaria, 
and at Bedford 
College, London ; 
marr. at Rosslyn 
Chapel, Hampstead, 
on Monday, 1 5 May 
1893. 



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of The Studio, Hatzic, 
British Columbia ; 
born at 61 Carlton Hill, 
St. John's Wood, Lon- 
don, 23 March 1865 ; 
educated at University 
College School, London, 
and at St. John's Wood 
School of Art, also Royal 
Academy Schools; elected 
first President of the 
British Columbia Society 
of Fine Arts 191 1. 



dau. of Charles Evans 
Muriel of Norwich, 
J. P., by Mary Eliza 
his wife, dau. of 
Clare JeflTery of S waff- 
ham, CO. Norfolk ; 
born at 36 St. Giles' 
Street, Norwich, 1 1 
December 1864 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Vancouver, British 
Columbia, 9 June 
1897. 



Leslie Percival Thomas 
Fripp. born at Vancouver 
I r January, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Vancouver, 
17 February 1901. 



Jocelyne Mary, born at 
Vancouver 8 September, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Van- 
couver, 4 October 1903. 



Humphrey William Fripp, 
born at Hatzic 23 October, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, South 
Vancouver, 15 November 
1908. 



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191 




Homer of ^eDglep, 
CO* ^taffort. 

Richard Homer of Pedmore=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Kemp 



Anns on record in the College of 
Arms. — Ermine on a fesse gules two 
game cocks spurred or over all a 
cross-bow unbent of the second and 
counter-changed. 

Crest. — Between two wings erect 
sable a game-cock's head erased or 
holding in the beak a quarrel gules. 

Motto. — Nee temere nee timide. 



Hall, CO. Worcester, and of 
Townsend House, Sedgley, 
CO. Stafford (eldest surviving 
son of John Homer of 
Bromley Hall, Kingswin- 
ford, and of Townsend 
House, Sedgley, both co. 
Stafford, by Martha his 
wife) ; bapt. at the parish 
church, Kingswinford, 9 
April 1769; Attorney-at- 
Law ; died at Pedmore 
Hall II June, bur. in the 
family vault at Sedgley 18 
June 1847. Will dated 11 
June 1847, proved (P.C.C.) 
13 August 1847. 



of Evesham, co. Worcester, 
Barrister-at-Law and Marshal of 
Assize to Lord Chief Justice 
Mansfield, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Cotterell of 
Chipping Campden, co. Glou- 
cester ; born at Dronfield, co. 
Derby, 20 January 177 1 ; marr. 
at St. Laurence's, Evesham, 22 
April 1794; died at Pedmore 
Hall 8 May, bur. at Sedgley 
14 May 1847. 





Sarah, dau. of Richard Mee of Himley,= 
CO. Stafford, by Margaret his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. John Durant, Vicar of 
Hagley, co. Worcester; born at King- 
swinford 6 May 1798 ; marr. at Claines, 
CO. Worcester, 22 June 18 19, marriage 
settlements dated 1 7 June ; bur. at 
Kingswinford i December 1819. ist wife. 



Charles Kemp Homer of= 
Townsend House, Sedgley ; 
born 3 February, bapt. at 
the parish church, Dudley, 
CO. Worcester, 20 February 
1795 ; Attorney-at-Law ; died 
at Sedgley 31 October 1857, 
bur. there. 



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=Ann Mary, dau. of 
Henry Leake of 
Tavistock, co. Devon; 
born 29 December 
1793; marr. at Kin- 
fare, CO. Stafford, 6 
July 1820; died at 
Sedgley 3 January, 
bur. there 10 January 
1872. Will dated 2 
August 1867, proved 
at Lichfield 24 Jan- 
uary 1872. 2nd wife. 



John Bickerton Deakin of Wol-=f=Elizabeth Sarah, 

verhampton, co. Stafford (son of born 

Robert Deakin) ; born 20 May 

1812 ; Attorney-at-Law; died 29 

September 1879, bur. at Tetten- 

hall, CO. Stafford. /^ 



20 April 
182 1 ; marr. at 
Pedmore 20 April 
1843. 



Richard John Homer of Sedgley ; born 
3 August 1822; educated at Bromsgrove 
Grammar School ; died from injuries 
received in the hunting field 5 December 
1849, bur. at Sedgley. 



192 



Charles Henry Homer of Dixons Green House,= 
Dudley, co. Worcester ; born at Sedgley, co. Stafford, 

14 November 1823; educated at Hall Green, near 
Birmingham ; died at High Barns, Alverley, co. 
Salop, 23 March 1861, bur. at Sedgley. Will dated 

15 February i860, with codicil dated 23 March 
1861, proved at Shrewsbury 9 July 1861. 



=Ann, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Caddy, Vicar 
of Whitbeck, co. Cumberland ; born i March 
1833; marr. at the parish church, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, i July 1851 (marriage settle- 
ments dated same day) ; died at Kesworth 
Knoll, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 9 February 
1904, bur. at Bournemouth. 



Charles Keelinge Homer, Henry Milner (son of John Milner, by=Elizabeth Ann, born 



born at Dudley 23 May 
1852 ; died at Wordesley, 
CO. Stafford, 7 February 
1856, bur. at Sedgley. 



Agnes his wife, dau. of Stephen Hunter 
of Lockholm, Ravenstonedale, co. 
Westmorland) ; born at Newbiggin, 
Ravenstonedale, 14 April 1840; died 
s.p. at Dormston, Beckenham, co. Kent, 
aged 60, on Friday, 30 November 1900, 
bur. at Shirley, co. Kent. 



at Dudley 27 Sep- 
tember 1853 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, 
New Beckenham, 
18 March 1886. 



William Homer, 
born 25 March 
1825 ; died 16 
March 1826, bur. 
at Sedgley. 



Eliza, dau. of= 
Joseph Waterfall 
of Nottingham ; 
born 2 1 January 
1832 ; marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Notting- 
ham, 1 1 December 
1850; died at 
Dormston, Sedg- 
ley, aged 64, on 
Wednesday, 8 De- 
cember, bur. in 
the family vault 
at Sedgley 1 2 
December 1897. 
I St wife. 



Thomas Keelinge Homer of Townsend= 
House, Sedgley; born at vSedgley 10 
January 1827 ; educated at Stourport 
and Rose Hill, Handsworth ; died at 
Sedgley, aged 70, on Wednesday, 15 
May, bur. there 19 May 1897. 



Charlotte Catherine, dau. of Robert 
Fletcher of Worcester; born 2 June 
1828; marr. at St. Michael's, Wor- 
cester, 30 May 1853 ; 'iis'^ ^* Binswood 
Avenue, Leamington, co. Warwick, 
on Wednesday, 10 January 1906, bur. 
at Sedgley. 



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=Frederick Augustus Homer of Dormston, Sedgley ;= 
born at Sedgley 27 July, bapt. there 10 August 1828 ; 
educated at Stourport and at Queen's College, Bir- 
mingham ; Member of Dudley Board of Guardians 
and Chairman of Sedgley Local Board of Health ; 
J. P. for CO. Stafford 1872; Alderman Staffordshire 
County Council ; died at Dormston, Sedgley, 9 July, 
bur. in the family vault at Sedgley 13 July 1901. Will 
dated 7 April 1900, proved at Lichfield 14 August 
1901. 



;=j=Fanny, dau. of Benjamin 
Wilkes of Sedgley, by 
Fanny his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Tibbits ; born 
at Sedgley 20 September 
1875 ; marr. at Castle 
Church, CO. Stafford, 
17 February 1899. 
2nd wife. 




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Thomas Kemp Homer, 
born at Sedgley 8 March 
1900, bapt. at Sedgley; 
educated at Wolverhampton 
Grammar School. 



Charles Frederick 
Leake Homer, born 
7 January 1863; 
of the Mercantile 
Marine ; lost at sea 
circa 1879. 



John Homer Homer, 
born 19 March 1864, 
died 6 August follow- 
ing, bur. at Sedgley. 



John Twigg Homer of Dormston, Sedgley; born at Sedgley 24 June 1865 ; 
educated at Wolverhampton Grammar School ; served in Methuen's 
Horse, Bechuanaland Expedition, 1884-85 ; Member of Sedgley School 
Board 1891-1911, Chairman 1898-99; Member of Dudley Board of 
Guardians 1891-1911, Chairman 1898-1905, and of Sedgley Urban District 
Council 1892-1911, Chairman 1898-99; Member of Staffordshire County 
Council 1898-1911, Alderman 1904-11; South Staffordshire Mines Drainage 
Commissioner since 1904; J. P. for co. Stafford 1904; Chairman Statlord- 
shire Education Committee 1905-10; Member of Council of Governors, 
Birmingham University, since 1906, of Diocesan Conference since 1906, and 
of Staffordshire Territorial Forces 
Association since 1908 ; Vice- 
President of the Staffordshire 
Society ; Divisional Officer, Board 
of Trade. 

193 



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Frederick Augustus Homer, born at Sedgley, co. Stafford,= 
2 March 1867 ; educated at Wolverhampton Grammar 
School and at Durham University ; Licenced Reader, 
Church of England, in Australia, 1891-96 ; of Manchester 
College, Oxford, 1897-98; Unitarian Minister at 
West Bromwich, co. Stafford, 1898-1901, at Taunton, 
CO. Somerset, 1902-1907, and at West Bromwich since 
1907; Chaplain to Mayor of West Bromwich 1912-13; 
Member of West Bromwich Free Libraries Committee 
since 1898. 



=Gertrude, 3rd dau. of Henry Hughes 
of Woodsetton House, Sedgley, by 
Maria his wife, youngest dau. of 
James Badland of Kidderminster, 
CO. Worcester ; born at Wordesley, 
CO. Stafford, 15 March 1867; marr. 
at the Theistic Church, Piccadilly, 
London, on Monday, 4 October 
1897. 



Philip Keelinge Badland Homer, 
born at West Bromwich 12 
January 1900. 



Phyllis Diana Gertrude Hughes, 
born at Holway House, Taunton, 
6 April 1906. 



William Lindsay of New= 
York, U.S.A. (son of the 
Rev. Thomas Lindsay, 
Rector of Kildrumferton, 
CO. Cavan) ; born 27 De- 
cember i860; Curate of 
Grace Church, New York. 



=Anne Mary Leake, 
born at Sedgley 12 
March 1868 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton, co. 
Stafford, i July 
1895- 



A 



Paul Aitken Homer= 
of Albert Head, 
Vancouver Island, 
Canada ; born at 
Sedgley 22 Septem- 
ber 1869; educated 
at Wolverhampton 
Grammar School. 



=Emily, dau. of James 
Nicholson of Ex- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 
J.P., by Mary his 
wife ; born in 1872 ; 
marr. at Exmouth 19 
September 1906. 



Frederick Paul Nicholson 
Homer, born at South 
Shields, co. Durham, 29 
December 1907. 



John Keelinge Homer, 
born at South Shields 
22 December 191 1. 



Joan Patricia Mary, 
born at Albert Head, 
Vancouver Island, i 
September 19 13. 



Arthur Camden^ 
Swindell (eldest 
son of the Rev. 
Thomas Greenall 
Swindell, Vicar of 
Sedgley, co. Staf- 
ford, by Lucy his 
wife) ; born 29 
September 1870; 
educatedat Dudley 
Grammar School. 



=Martha Eliza, 
born at Sedgley 
8 November 
1872 ; married 
at Minnedosa, 
Canada, 1 2 July 
1907. 



Alice Margaret, 
bom 1 1 No- 
vember 1873 ; 
died 13 May 
1874, bur. at 
Sedgley. 



A 



Benjamin Homer of= 
Vancouver Island, 
Canada ; born at 
Sedgley 30 March, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Southport, CO. Lan- 
caster, 4 September 
1875, received into 
the church at Sedgley 
9 June 1880; educa- 
ted at Wolverhampton 
Grammar School. 



=01ivia, dau. of 
Horace Ailing 
of New York ; 
married at 
Detroit, Michi- 
gan, U.S.A., 9 
July 1906. 



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194 



iSrilige. 



John Bridge (son of John Bridge) ;=j=Sarah Jackson, born in 1796; 



born at Oldbury, co. Worcester, 16 
August 1791 ; died at Oldbury, aged 
61, bur. there 24 July 1853. 



died at Oldbury 22 September 
1878, bur. in the cemetery at 
Oldbury. 



John Bridge of Rochester, co. Kent (2nd son) ; born at==Rebecca, dau. of John Cox, 



Portway, Oldbury, 14 September 1819 ; died at 12 Upper North 
Gate Street, Chester (the residence of his youngest son), aged 
73, on Friday, 1 September 1893, bur. in St. Nicholas' Ceme- 
tery, Rochester. Will dated 24 November 1892, proved at 
Chester 29 September 1893, by Joseph Cox Bridge, D.Mus., son. 



by Susan his wife ; died at 
Rochester, aged 62, on 
Wednesday, 1 7 December 
1879, bur. in St. Nicholas' 
Cemetery, Rochester. 



Other 
issue. 



George Joseph Peachell of The Gables, High Wycombe, co. Buckingham (son=f=Sarah Mallin, born 



of Joseph Robert Peachell); born at Deptford, co. Kent, 14 April 1843; '^^ 
St. John's College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1861, B.A. 
1865, M.A. 1869 ; Head Master Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, 
1S79 until his death ; died, aged 62, 6 March, bur. in the cemetery. 
High Wycombe, 9 March 1905. Will dated i May 1888, proved at Oxford 
6 April 1905, by Sarah Mallin Peachell, relict. 



16 December 1842, 
bapt. at Oldbury 
29 January 1843 ; 
marr. at St. Nicho- 
las', Rochester, 19 
August 1869. 



A 



Constance Ellen,= 
2nd dau. of 
John Lines Moore 
of Elm House, 
Hoxne, co. Suffolk, 
by Catherine Pearl 
his wife ; born at 
Hoxne 9 August, 
bapt. there 5 
September 1847 ; 
marr. at Hoxne 
on Wednesday, 3 
April 1872 ; died 
at Elm House, 
Hoxne, aged 32, 
on Wednesday, 29 
October, bur. in 
the churchyard at 
Hoxne i Novem- 
ber 1879. ist 
wife. 



=Sir John Frederick Bridge of= 
LittlingtonTower,The Cloisters, 
Westminster Abbey, and of 
Cairnborrow Lodge, Glass, co. 
Aberdeen, C.V.O., Organist of 
Westminster Abbey ; born at 
Oldbury, 5 December 1844, 
bapt. there 7 January 1845 ; 
educated at Rochester Cathe- 
dral Choir School and matricu- 
lated at Queen's College, 
Oxford, 2 March 1868, B. Mus. 
12 March 1868, D.Mus. 1874; 
Organist of Holy Trinity, 
Windsor, co. Berks, 1865-69, 
of Manchester Cathedral 1869 
-75, and Organist and Master 
of the Choristers, Westminster 
Abbey, 1875 J Gresham Pro- 
fessor of Music 1890; F.R.C.O. ; 
Conductor Royal Choral Society 
1896; King Edward Professor 
of Music at London University 
1902 ; composed music for the 
Jubilee Service at Westminster 
Abbey 1887 ; knighted 3 August 
1897 ; acted as Director of 
Music at Coronations of King 
Edward VH. 8 August 1902, 
and of King George V. 22 
June 1911 ; M.V.O. (4th-class) 
9 August 1902, C.V.O. 191 1. 



=Helen Mary Flora, eldest= 
dau. of Edward Amphlett 
of Horseley, co. Stafford, 
by Lavinia Flora Henri- 
etta his ist wife, dau. of 
Benjamin Cuff Greenhill 
of Knowle Hall, Bridg- 
water, CO. Somerset ; 
born at 23 Lansdowne 
Place, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 24 January 
1852, bapt. at Chelten- 
ham ; marr. at West- 
minster Abbey 3 January 
1883 ; died at LittUngton 
Tower, The Cloisters, 
Westminster Abbey, aged 
53, on Saturday, 13 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Wallakirk, 
CO. Aberdeen, on Tues- 
day, 16 January 1906. 
Adiiion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
2 March 1906, to Sir 
John Frederick Bridge, 
M.V.O., husband. 2nd 
wife. 

{See Pedigree of 
Amphlett, Vol. 3, 
page is6.) 



=Marjory Wedgwood, 
youngest dau. of 
Reginald Newcome 
Wood of Bignell 
End, Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, co. 
Stafford, by Emily 
Anne his wife, 5th 
dau. of William 
Davenport of Maer 
Hall, CO. Stafford, 
D. L. ; married in 
St. Faith's Chapel, 
Westminster Abbey, 
on Tuesday, 14 April 
1 9 14. 3rd wife. 



195 



Samuel Ward Bridge of Stoke Newington, co.= 
Middlesex; born i6 September, bapt. at Oldbury, 
CO. Worcester, 21 November 1847; died, aged 44, 
on Thursday, 28 July 1892. Will dated 14 December 
1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 897, 92) 2 September 1892, 
by Haydn Keeton, D. Mus., George Joseph Peachell 
and John Arthur Girling. 



=Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Charles 
Emmerson of Rochester, co. Kent ; 
born 16 January 1848 ; marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Rochester, on Thursday, 
4 July 1872 ; died 16 June 1912, bur. 
at Southwold, co. Suffolk. 



Francis MilHngton==Ada Constance (twin with Kathleen Kathleen Em- Horace George 

Hare of The Cottage, Emmerson), born 4 April 1875; merson (twin Bridge, born 23 

marr. at Christ Church, Heme Bay, with Ada Con- February 1880. 

CO. Kent (by the Rev. Marmaduke stance), born 

Hare, cousin of the bridegroom), 4 April 1875. 

on Saturday, 27 April 1895. 



Southwold, 2nd son 
of John Middleton 
Hare. 



Dora Florence, born 15 April 1881. 



Bernard Walter Bridge, born at 17 
Grange Road, Stoke Newington, 
on Friday, 6 October 1882 ; died 
there on Tuesday, 22 January 1884. 



Leonard Charles Bridge, born at Grange Road, Stoke 
Newington, on Friday, 29 August 1884; died at 
Rochester House, St. Kilda's Road, Stoke Newington, 
aged 18 months, on Tuesday, 23 February 1886. 



Elsie Grace, born at Rochester House, St. Kilda's 
Road, Stoke Newington, on Sunday, 16 May 1886. 



Edward Stainer of 60 Wimpole Street, London (2nd son of= 
Sir John Stainer, D.C.L., Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 
by Eliza Cecil his wife, only dau. of Thomas Randall of Grandpont 
House, Oxford, J. P.) ; born at 64 High Street, Oxford, on Thursday, 
16 December 1869 ; educated at St. Paul's School and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1888, Demy 1887, B.A. 
(2nd Physiology) 1892, M.A., M.B., B.Ch. Oxon 1897, M.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1899; Physician in charge Skin Department, St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London. 



=Rosalind Flora, born at 
the Cloisters, Westminster 
Abbey, on Sunday, 10 
February 1884; marr. at 
Westminster Abbey on 
Saturday, i June 1907. 



Reginald Turle Bridge, born= 
at the Cloisters, Westminster 
Abbey, on Monday, 5 March 
1877, bapt. at Westminster 
Abbey ; educated at Rugby 
1891-96, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
October 1896, B.A. (ist-class 
in Classics) 1904. 



=Margaret Isabel, 2nd 
dau. of Edward 
Winckelmann Nix of 
33 Ferndale Park, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent ; marr. at St. 
James', Tunbridge 
Wells, on Thursday, 
20 April 191 1. 



Mabel Constance, born at the 
Cloisters, Westminster Abbey, 
on Thursday, 18 July 1878, 
bapt. at Westminster Abbey ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Thursday, 
I January 191 4, Frederick 
William Norcup, late Vicar- 
Choral of Westminster Abbey. 



Other 
issue, 
died in 
infancy. 



196 



Joseph Cox Bridge of Christ Church Vicarage, Chester, Professor of= 
Music in the University of Durham 1908; born at Rochester 16 August 
1853, bapt. at Rochester Cathedral ; educated at Rochester Cathedral 
Choir School and Exeter College, Oxford (Organ Scholarship), matriculated 
14 October 1871, B.A. 1875, B.Mus. 1876, M.A. 1878, D.Mus. 1885, 
D. Mus. Dunelm 1908; F.R.C.O. ; F.S.A. ; Assistant to John Hopkins, 
Organist of Rochester Cathedral, and to his brother. Sir John Frederick Bridge, 
at Manchester Cathedral, 1870, Organist and Master of the Choristers of 
Chester Cathedral 1877 ; Conductor of the Chester Triennial Musical 
Festivals 1879-1900, and Hon. Secretary since 1890 ; Conductor of Bradford 
Festival Choral Society 1887-90; Examiner in Music to the Universities 
of Oxford, Durham and London; Author of "Chester Miracle Plays," 
and numerous other works and musical publications. 




'Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Robert Stott Gib- 
bons of Rochester, 
by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Henry 
Emmerson ; born 
3 February 1851, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Chatham, CO. Kent ; 
marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Rochester, 
on Wednesday, 
7 August 1878. 



Sidney George = 
Cummings (4th 
surviving son of 
the Rev. Charles 
James Cummings, 
Rector of Cheadle, 
CO. Chester) ; born 
23 February 1858. 



'Florence Mary, 
born at 11 St. 
John's Street, 
Chester, on Satur- 
day, 29 May 
1880, bapt. at 
Chester Cathe- 
dral ; marr. there 
4 July 1906. 



Robert Sheldon Bridge,= 
born at II St. John's Street, 
Chester, on Sunday, 29 No- 
vember 1882, bapt. at 
Chester Cathedral ; educated 
at Cheltenham and at Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
in 1901, B.A. 1905, M.A. 
1909. 



=Grace, youngest dau. of 
Robert Goodlass of 
Gunton, co. York, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Henry Marr of Wil- 
loughby Wold, co. York ; 
born 12 August 1874; 
marr. at Hull, co. York, 
5 March 1910. 



A\ 



John Arthur Marston (son of Arthur Marston,==Geraldine, born at 12 Upper Northgate Street, 
by Annette Maria his wife, dau. of Thomas Chester, on Friday, 4 November 1887, bapt. 
Henry Atherden of Earls Croome, co. at Chester Cathedral ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Worcester); born 14 April 1883. Chester, on Thursday, i June 191 1. 




197 



jFuUer. 



Arms. — Argent three bars and a canton gules. 

Cr«/.— Issuant from a ducal coronet gules a lion's head argent. 



Rose Fuller of York Street, Portman Square, London (son of Thomas Fuller of London, 
and of Streatham, co. Surrey, by Eleanor his wife, dau. of John Lidgater of St. John's, 
Lewes, co. Sussex) ; marr. Elizabeth Roberts of Oswestry, co. Salop ; died in York Street, 
Portman Square, London, aged 73, 16 Novemember 182 1, bur. in a vault in the parish 
church, Marylebone, London. Will dated 3 July 1819, proved (P.C.C. 661 Mansfield) 
8 December 182 1. {For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. p, page 43.) =T 



James David Fitzgerald of Somerset= 
Street, Portman Square, London ; Deputy- 
Assistant Commissary-General to the 
Forces 22 October 1816; died s.p. on 
Tuesday, 8 January 1856. Adiiion (with 
will dated 7 May 1847) was granted 
(P.C.C. 285, 56) 7 April 1856, to Mary 
Anne Fitzgerald, the relict. /fs, 



=Mary Anne, marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London (by the Rev. Thomas Fuller), on Saturday, 
21 June 1823; died at 20 Somerset Street, Portman 
Square, London, aged 73, on Wednesday, 16 October 
1861. Will dated 19 May 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 
632, 6i) 4 November 1861, by the Rev. Thomas 
Fuller, brother. 



Rev. Thomas Fuller of i Eaton Place,= 
Belgrave Square, London; born in 1789; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. (6th 
Wrangler) 181 2, Fellow 18 12 and Hulsean 
Prizeman, M.A. 181 5 ; appointed Preacher at 
Curzon Chapel, Mayfair, and was subsequently 
Incumbent of St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 1827, Vicar 6 December 1844, retired 
1869 ; died at i Eaton Place, Belgrave Square, 
London, 30 March 1871. Will dated 6 De- 
cember 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 313, 71) 
3 May 187 1, by Thomas Fuller and the Rev. 
John Mee Fuller, sons. 



^Josephine Theresa, 2nd dau. of Joseph Mee 
of Upper Berkeley Street, Portman Square, 
London; born 26 October 1797; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, on Monday, 
3 September 1827; died at i Eaton Place, 
Belgrave Square, London, aged 80, on Sunday, 
10 February 1878, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 21 April 1871, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 219, 78) 15 March 1878, by 
Thomas Fuller, and the Rev. John Mee 
Fuller, sons. She married istly John Sanders 
of Reigate, co. Surrey. 



Thomas Fuller of 13 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, London ; born= 
in 1 83 1, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London ; for many 
years Secretary and Managing Director of the Brazilian Sub-Marine 
Cable Company ; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, on Friday, 3 May 
1895, bur. at Ovingdean, co. Sussex. Will dated 27 November 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 726, 95) 18 June 1895, by Eliza Fuller, 
relict, and Thomas Osborne Rose Fuller, son. 



=Eliza, youngest dau. of 
Colonel Edward Osborn 
of the Madras Army ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 20 April 1858; 
died at Harpley, co. 
Norfolk, in May 1898. 



Arthur Gerald Weguelin (eldest son of Thomas^ 
Matthew Weguelin of Billingbear Park, 
Wokingham, co. Berks, M.P., Governor and 
Director of the Bank of England, by Catharine 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Charles Hammersley) ; 
born in May 1855, bapt. at Bengeo, co. 
Hertford; educated at Harrow (1869-71) and 
at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
29 April 1876, aged 20; died in London 
5 January 1902. /tx 



=Mary Josephine Ethel, born 
at 119 Gloucester Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, on 
Monday, 24 March 1862 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, on Wednesday, 24 
January 1883. 



Thomas Osborne 
Rose Fuller, born 
at 1 19 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, on 
Friday, 23 June 
1865. 



198 



Rev. John Mee Fuller, born ii December 1834, bapt. at= 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London ; educated at 
Marlborough College February 1848 to March 1851, and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1854, B.A. 1858, Crosse University Scholar 1858, ist 
Theological Tripos 1859, Tyrhwitt Hebrew Scholar i860, 
Kaye Prize 1863, M.A. 1861, Fellow 1864; Editorial 
Secretary of the Society for the Promotion of Christian 
Knowledge 1870-74; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, 
King's College, 1883; Vicar of Bexley, co. Kent, 1874 until 
his death, Rural Dean of Dartford 1887, Examining Chaplain 
to the Archbishop of Canterbury 1889 ; Author and Editor 
of "An Essay on the Authenticity of the Book of Daniel," 
1864, "Harmony of the Gospels," 1872, and other works; 
died at Coombe Martin, North Devon, aged 58, on Wednesday, 
16 August, bur. at Bexley on Monday, 21 August 1893. Will 
dated 24 May 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 820, 93) 19 September 
1893, by Catherine Fuller, relict. 



Catherine, 2nd dau. of Robert 
Verschoyle of Kilberry, co. 
Kildare, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. and heir of Thomas 
A. Curtis of Mountown, co. 
Meath ; born in 1834; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Wednesday, i 2 Jan- 
uary 1870; died at Claremont, 
London Road, Canterbury, on 
Saturday, 8 February, bur. at 
Bexley on Wednesday, 1 2 Feb- 
ruary 1908. AdfSon (with will 
dated 21 May 1907) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 745, 1908) 6 May 
1908, to Florence Fuller, widow. 



Henry James Fuller, born in 1871; Lieutenant 17th Battalion= 
Imperial Yeomanry 14 February 1900, Captain 19 February 
1902 (formerly 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion East Kent 
Regiment (Militia) ; served in South African War 1900-1902, 
as Adjutant Imperial Yeomanry (Queen's medal with four 
clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; died at Krankenhaus, 
Hanover, Germany, on Sunday, 9 February 1908. Adiiion was 
granted at the Principal Registry 3 April 1908, to Florence 
Fuller, relict. 



John Henry Fuller, born 28 
May, bapt. 27 June 1904. 



=Florence, dau. of Other 
Thomas Beverley issue. 
Hall of Sydney, died in 
New South Wales, infancy, 
and of 6 The 
Drive, Hove, co. 
Sussex ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 3 
February 1897. 



Rose Fuller of Marston, Bayshill, Cheltenham,= 
CO. Gloucester ; born at i Eaton Place, 
Belgrave Square, London, 14 April 1837, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London ; 
educated at Marlborough College ; Registrar 
of District Probate Registry, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, co. Northumberland, 1870-93, and 
subsequently at the Probate Registry, 
Gloucester, 1893. 



=Sarah Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of John Cookson of 
Meldon Park, co. Northumberland, by Sarah 
his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Matthew White 
Ridley, 3rd Baronet ; born at Meldon Park in 
1840; marr. at Meldon on Wednesday, 15 
February 187 1 ; died at Cheltenham on Satur- 
day, 3 June, bur. there 7 June 1905. 



199 



Stephen Drake Fuller, born 9 August 1839, bapt. at St. Peter's,= 
Eaton Square, London ; educated at Marlborough College ; of 
the War Office, afterwards Chairman of the Paddington Board 
of Guardians, and a Member of the Standing Committee of 
the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge ; died 
7 April 19 1 2, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 5 June 1908, proved in the Principal Registry 8 May 
191 2, by Henry Egan Hill. 



=Maria, of 25 Inverness 
Terrace, Kensington Gardens, 
London, younger daughter 
of Edwin Henty of The 
Grange, Ferring, co. Sussex ; 
raarr. at Ferring on Tuesday, 
30 April 1872. 



Laura Josephine Marie, born at The Grange, Ferring, on Friday, 10 October 
1873, bapt. at Ferring; marr. at St. Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, London, 
on Monday, 20 April 1903, Harold Edward Girdlestone, son of John \\'ard 
Girdlestone of Clifton, Bristol, co. Gloucester. 



I 
Margaret Elinor Rose, born 
at Tynemouth, co. North- 
umberland, on Monday, 20 
November 187 1, bapt. at 
Riding Mill-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland ; marr. at 
St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex (by her brother, 
the Rev. Arthur Rose 
Fuller), on Thursday, 22 
October 1903, Luigi Bonta- 
dini. Secretary at the Italian 
Finance Office, Rome. 

=r 
A 



Rev. Arthur Rose Fuller, born= 
at the Manor House, Riding 
Mill-on-Tyne, on Friday, 2 Jan- 
uary 1874, bapt. at Riding Mill- 
on-Tyne ; educated at Eton and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 1892, 
B.A. (4th-class Theology) 1895, 
M.A. 1898; Rector of Filleigh, 
North Devon, 1906, and Vicar 
of Paignton, co. Devon, 1914. 



=Evelyn Maud, dau. of William 
Boileau Charter, Lieutenant 
R.N., by Harriet iiis wife, dau. 
of the Hon'''"= John Baker ; born 
at Southsea, co. Hants, 28 July 
1 88 1, bapt. at St. Matthias", 
Earl's Court, London ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, on Tuesday, 14 
November 1905. 



{^JJU^ 




^cott of iSeaucIerc, 
to* i^ort{)umbcrIanti. 



Samuel Scott of Holm Cultram, 
CO. Cumberland ; married Mary 
Martin of Holm Cultram on 
Christmas Day 1824, who died 10 
February 1877. He died 30 August 
1833- 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Per chevron azure and or in chief two bees 
volant and in base a crescent all counterchanged. 

Crest. — A crescent sable issuant therefrom a 
bee volant proper. 

Motto. — Invitum sequitur honor. 



Ann, dau. of= 
John Brough 
of Bromfield, 
CO. Cumber- 
land ; marr. 
1 7 November 
1853; died 
II JuneiSgo, 
bur. at Ben- 
well Court, 
Newcastle - 
upon-Tyne, 
CO. Northum- 
land. I St wife. 



=Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, of Beauclerc, Bywell St. Andrew's,= 
and of Bentinck House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, both co. 
Northumberland ; born at Abbey Town, West Cumberland, 
17 August 1826 ; built the Portico of the Central Railway 
Station, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the Tyne Theatre, additions 
to Chillingham Casde, Haggerstone Castle (rebuilding), 
St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Newcastle, the Redheugh 
Bridge over the Tyne, Byker Bridge, Newcastle, the first 
section of the City and South London Railway (King 
William Street to Stockwell), Central London Railway 
(Marble Arch to the General Post Office) ; Chairman 
of Walter Scott, Ltd., Walter Scott & Middleton, Ltd., 
and of the Walter Scott Publishing Co., Ltd.; J. P. for co. 
Northumberland 1900; created a Baronet 27 July 1907; 
died at Cape Martin on Friday, 8 April, bur. at Mentone, 
France, on Monday, 11 April 1910. Memorial Service at 
St. James', Benwell, co. Northumberland, and St. James', 
Riding Mill. Will dated 26 June 1908, with codicil 
dated 26 January 1909, proved at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
15 June T910, by Mason Thompson Scott, Charles 
Thomas Scott, William Martin Scott, George Linklater 
and James Lorimcr Oliver. 



=Helen, of Other 

Beauclerc, issue. 
Bywell St. 
Andrew's, 
dau. of John Dykes 
of Fieldhead, Avon- 
dale, CO. Lanark ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Benwell, on Mon- 
day, 1 1 January 
1892. She married 
istly James Meikle 
of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, who died 
II July 1884. 
2nd wife. 



Sir John Scott, Baronet, of Beauclerc,^Elizabeth, dau. of Mark Garbutt of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 



and of Danby Lodge, Darlington, 
CO. Durham ; born 23 August 1854 ; 
educated at the Royal Grammar 
School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd Baronet 
8 April 1910. 



CO. York ; marr. 6 September 1882 ; died s.p. at Danby 
Lodge, Darlington, 13 December 191 1. Adfiion was 
granted at Durham 3 January 19 12, to Sir John Scott, 
Baronet, husband. 



201 



Colonel John Victor Walton Rutherford, of Briarwood, Jesmond Road,=i=Annie Mary, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, CO. Northumberland, and of Kiplin Hall, Northallerton, born 14 Oc- 
co. York (eldest son of John Hunter Rutherford of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, by tober 1856; 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Ralph Walton) ; born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 14 marr. at St. 
May 1857, bapt. there; educated at Edinburgh; M.B. and CM. Edin. 1890, James', Ben- 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1887 ; Hon. Surgeon Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle- well, co. North- 
upon-Tyne, Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, College of Medicine, Newcastle- umberland, on 
upon-Tyne, Surgeon Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, Assistant Surgeon Thursday, 10 
Throat and Ear Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Surgeon-Lieutenant ist DecemberiSgi. 
Northumberland Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers) 13 April 1889, Surgeon- 
Captain 15 August 1894, Surgeon-Major Army Medical Reserve of Officers 
3 August 1 90 1, Medical Officer 15 October 1904, Lieut. -Colonel Commanding 
ist Northern General Hospital Army Medical Corps (Territorial Force) 30 
March 1909 ; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Northumbrian Division 
Territorial Force i April 19 12 (T.D.), Member of the County of Northum- 
berland Territorial Force Association ; J. P. for co. Northumberland. 



Walter Scott, George Brook, F.R.S., of West Lodge, Kew, co. Surrey= 

born I No- (son of George Brook) ; born 17 March 1857 ; educated at 

vemberr858; Owen's College, Manchester; Lecturer on Comparative 

died unmar- Embryology, Edinburgh University, 1884; Founder and 

ried 23 Sep- Secretary of the Scottish Microscopical Society ; Fellow of 

tember 1880. the Linnean Society 1879, Member of Council 1892 ; 

F.R.S. Edin. 1888 ; Author of "A Catalogue of the Genus 

Madrepora," 1893 ; died at Allendale, near Hexham, co. 

Northumberland, aged 36, on Saturday, 12 August 1893. 



= Fanny Elizabeth, 
of Coombe Hill, 
CO. Buckingham, 
and of Villa 
Albany, Cannes, 
France ; born 30 
July 1861 ; marr. 
10 January 1888. 



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I 

Joseph Samuel Scott of Trimdon Grange, co. Durham ;=j=Mary Hannah, dau. of Robert 
born 6 August 1863 ; died at Trimdon Grange i April Appleby Oswald of Kelloe, co. 
1906, bur. at Benwell. Will dated 9 February 1903, proved Durham ; born 7 February 1864 ; 
at Durham 31 May 1906, by Mary Hannah Scott, relict, and marr. at Kelloe 25 January 1S93. 
Mason Thompson Scott, brother. 



Waiter Scott, born at The Grange, Trimdon 
Grange, 31 March 1895, bapt. at Kelloe ; 
educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1909. 



Millie Oswald, born at The Grange, 
Trimdon Grange, 10 October 1897, 
bapt. at Kelloe. 



Mason Thompson Scott of= 
Brunstock, Carlisle, co. Cum- 
berland ; born 29 December 
1865, bapt. at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 



=Flora Alice, dau. of Joseph Williams of Putney, co. Surrey; 
born at Putney ; marr. at Fulham, co. Middlesex, 30 November 
1899; died at Northfield, Annan, co. Dumfries, on Sunday, 
6 December, bur. at Annan on Wednesday, 9 December 1903. 



William Walter Brough Scott, born 
at 10 Vale Court, Maida Vale, 
London, on Monday, 27 October 
1902, bapt. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London. 



Flora Brookbank, bom at Station 
Street, Keswick, co. Cumberland, 
on Wednesday, 7 October 1903, 
bapt. at St. John's, Keswick. 



Charles Thomas=j=Jane Davidson, elder dau. of James William Martin=Janie, dau. of James 
Scott of The 
Manor House, 
Beckford, co. 
Gloucester; bom 
at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne 4 
March 1868, 

bapt. there. 



Milvain of Jesmond Gardens, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, by Agnes Blake 
his wife, dau. of Robert Hogarth of 
CO. Roxburgh ; born 17 January 
187 1 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, on Tuesday, 13 June 
1893- 



Scott of Grey- 
lands.Horsham, 
CO. Sussex; bom 
27 March 1870. 



Birrell Campbell of 
London ; married 
19 May 1906. 



Charles Brough Scott, born 
at Ardsley Lodge, Bamsley, 
CO. York, on Saturday, 
4 January 1896, bapt. at 
Ardsley. 



Mason Hogarth Scott, born 
at Ardsley Lodge, Bamsley, 
on Saturday, 1 1 August 
1900, bapt. at Ardsley. 



203 




Cri0p of iSungap, to. Suffolk, 
anil of JFriar ^arfe, Henlej-^ 
onCj)amej5. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Paly of four ermine and gules on a chevron 
or five horse-shoes sahle. 

Crest. — A cameleopard sejant or gorged 
with a collar with chain reflexed over the 
back gules supporting with the dexter fore- 
leg an oar of the Royal State Barge proper. 

Motto. — Res non verba. 



Harriet, only^ 
dau. of John 
Childs of Bun- 
gay, CO. Suffolk, 
by Anna Maria 
his wife, eldest 
dau. of Charles 
Brightley ; marr. 
at the Registrar's 
Office, Beccles, 
CO. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 2 June 
1842 ; died at 
Bungay, aged 
29, on Monday, 
9 March 1846. 
I St wife. 



=John Shalders Crisp= 
of Bramfield, after- 
wards of Bungay, 
CO. Suffolk (3rd son 
of William Crisp 
of Bramfield, co. 
Suffolk, by Eliza- 
beth his ist wife, 
3rd dau. of Jacob 
Shalders of Peasen- 
hall, CO. Suffolk) ; 
born 22 April, bapt. 
at Halesvvorth In- 
dependent Chapel 
25 May (?) 1811 ; 
Fellow Royal Micro- 
scopical Society ; 
died at 18 Addison 
Road North, London, 
aged 84, 22 January, 
bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 
25 January 1896. 
AdiSon was granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 24 June 
1 896, to Frank Crisp, 
son. 



=Jane, dau. of Benjamin 
Jackson of Kenning- 
ton, CO. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; 
marr. at York Street 
Chapel, Walworth, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 
8 June 1870; died at 
Streatham, co. Surrey, 
aged 76, on Tuesday, 
30 October, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery 
3 November 1894. 
Will dated 30 June 
1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 1074, 94) 29 
November 1894, by 
John Shalders Crisp, 
husband, and Frede- 
rick Scott Tanner. 
She married istly, 
John Smith of 
Loughborough Road, 
Brixton, co. Surrey. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Frank Crisp, Baronet, of Bungay, co. Suffolk, Friar Park, Henley-on-= 
Thames, co. Oxford, and of 5 Lansdowne Road, Holland Park Avenue, 
London; born in London 25 October 1843; educated at University 
College School and London University, B.A. and LL.B. 1865 ; 
admitted a Solicitor (honours) 1869 ; Hon. Secretary Royal Micro- 
scopical Society 1878-89, and Hon. Treasurer and Vice-President 
Linnean Society 1881-1906; Member of Board of Trade Committee 
for Amendment of Companies Act; J. P. for co. Oxford 1894; created 
a Knight on the occasion of the King's Birthday, 9 November 1907, 
and a Baronet, New Year's Day, 1913. 



Catherine, only child of 
George Durrant Howes of 
Stoven, CO. Suffolk, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Guymer ; born at 
Great Redisham, co. Suf- 
folk, 31 July 1846; marr. 
at Bungay on Tuesday, 27 
August 1867. 



William Hocken Paterson of 24a Kensington= 
Park Gardens, London (only surviving son of 
John Paterson of 17 Holland Park, Notting Hill, 
London, by Mary Jane his wife, eldest dau. of 
William Mungo Glaister of St. Ann's Hill, 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey) ; born at Hutton, co. 
Essex, 22 September, bapt. there 24 October 
1863 ; educated at the Edinburgh Collegiate 
School and Edinburgh University ; admitted a 
Solicitor June 1887; Commissioner for Affidavits 
for the Colonies. /t\ 



=Catherine Childs, born at 
Adelaide Road, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, i September 
1868; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, London, on 
Thursday, 1 5 October 
1891. 



Frank Morris Crisp, 
born at Adelaide 
Road, Hampstead, 
on Wednesday, 13 
March 1872. 



204 



John Wilson Crisp, 
born at Adelaide Road, 
Hampstead, CO. Middle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 28 
May 1873 ; educated 
at Eton ; admitted a 
Solicitor January 1906. 



Bernard VVoodward= 
Crisp of Wargrave, 
CO. Berks ; born at 
AdelaideRoad, Hamp- 
stead, 31 March 1875; 
educated at Eton. 



Joan Veronica, born at Garnault, 
Waltham Cross, co. Hertford, 
3 March 1904. 



=Elsa Florence, only dau. of Robert George 
Schwartz of Nettlebed, co. Oxford, by 
Florence his wife, dau. of James Morrison 
of Jesmond Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland ; bom at Springfield, 
Amwell, CO. Hertford ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, 
on Saturday, 30 March 1901. 



Daphne, born at Garnault, 
Waltham Cross, 21 May 
1909. 



Edward John Bullard of Heigham Grove, = 
Norwich (2nd son of Sir Harry Bullard of 
Hellesdon House, Norwich, M.P. for Nor- 
wich, J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, by Sarah 
Jane his wife [Companion of Royal Order 
of Kapiolani], dau. of Thomas Ringer of 
Rougham, co. Norfolk); born at Hellesdon 
House, Norwich, 12 January 1875, bapt. at 
Hellesdon ; educated at Bromsgrove. 



=Eleanor Howes, born 
at 5 Lansdowne Road, 
Holland Park Avenue, 
London, on Wednes- 
day, 21 March 1877; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 10 May 1905. 



Charles Oak Crisp, bom 
at 5 Lansdowne Road, 
Holland Park Avenue, 
London, on Thursday, 
II April 1878; educated 
at Eton and at Univer- 
sity College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1903; admitted a 
Solicitor April 1905. 



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205 




Bimsliale, 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Argent on a fesse dancettee azure between 
three mullets sable two bezants on an 
escutcheon or an eagle's dexter wing sable. 

Crest. — Out of a baron's coronet a 
griffin's head azure. 



Charles John Dimsdale, The= 
Honourable Baron Dimsdale 
of the Russian Empire (younger 
son of Robert, 3rd Baron 
Dimsdale, by Finetta his wife, 
eldest dau. of Charles Pye of 
Wadley House, co. Berks); born 
12 February 1801 ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
18 November 1819 ; suc- 
ceeded his brother, Thomas 
Robert, as 5th Baron 21 No- 
vember 1865 ; died at Essendon 
Place, CO. Hertford, 26 Novem- 
ber 1872, buried at Essendon. 
Will dated 2 December 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 757, 72) 
26 December 1872, by the 
Hon'''= Jemima Dimsdale, relict, 
and Robert Dimsdale, a Baron 
of the Russian Empire, son. 



=Jemima, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Anthony 
Pye, Prebendary of 
Worcester, by Frances 
Ursula his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Wilkinson of 
Amsterdam ; born in 
1802 ; marr. at Worces- 
ter 12 November 1826; 
died at Bath, co. Somer- 
set, 4 November 1881, 
buried at Essendon. 
Will dated 28 April 
1879, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 803, 81) 29 No- 
vember 1 88 1, by Robert 
Dimsdale, a Baron of 
the Russian Empire, 
son. 



Robert Dimsdale, The Honourable Baron Dimsdale= 
of the Russian Empire ; born 4 July 1828 ; of 
Corpus Christi College, 0.xford, matriculated 3 
March 1846, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 1849 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Hertford ; M.P. for Hertford 30 June 1866 to 
26 January 1874, and for Hitchin division of co. 
Hertford 1885-92 ; succeeded his father as 6th 
Baron 26 November 1872 ; died at Essendon Place 
2 May 1898, bur. at Essendon. Will dated 12 
December 1891, with codicil of same date, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 908, 98) 27 August 1898, by the 
Hon*''" Charles Robert Southwell Dimsdale, Baron 
of the Russian Empire, son. 



=Cecilia Jane, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Marcus Southwell, Rector of St. 
Stephen's, St. Albans, co. Hertford, by 
Cecilia Jane his wife, dau. of Alfred John- 
son of Tamerton Foliot, co. Devon ; born 
at Oxford 7 August 1826 ; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, St. Albans, i November 1853 ; 
died at Bedford Lodge, Windsor, co. 
Berks, 17 March 19 10, bur. at Essendon. 
Will dated 6 September 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 706, 19 10) 4 May 191 o, by 
the Hon^^ Charles Robert Southwell 
Dimsdale, Baron of the Russian Empire, 
son. 

A 



Cecilia Annie Alice, dau. of= 
Jemima, bapt. Charles James 
at Essendon Monk of Ever- 
1 2 September leigh House, 
1854. co.Wilts.M.P., 

by Julia his 
wife, only dau. 
of Pantia Ralli of Connaught 
Place, Hyde Park, London; born 
in London 16 February 1856; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 20 November 1882 ; 
died I January 1886, bur. at 
Essendon. ist wife. 



I 
=Charles Robert Southwell= 
Dimsdale, the Honourable 
Baron Dimsdale of the 
Russian Empire ; born 4 
June 1856 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1875, 
B.A. 1879 ; o*^ '^he Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 
21 April 1880; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Hertford ; 
succeeded his father as 7th 
Baron 2 May 1898. 



=Mabel Sophia, eldest dau. of Sir 
Brydges Powell Henniker, 4th 
Baronet, by Justina Louisa his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Hughan 
of The Airds, co. Argyll ; born 
in Lowndes Street, London, 14 
August 1861 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 2 April 1891. 
She married istly i July 1882, 
Lieut. -Colonel Edward George 
(lodolphin Hastings, C.B., Judi- 
cial Commissioner in India, who 
died I December 1884. 2nd wife. 



I 
Ursula Katherine, born 
6 January 1892, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea. 

206 



Cecilia Mabel Lucinda, 
born 14 September 1895, 
bapt. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, London. 



Cecil Francis Parr of Kimpton Grange, co.= 
Hertford (7th son of Thomas Parr of Grappen- 
hall Heyes, co. Chester, J. P. and D.L., by 
Alicia his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of Philip Charlton 
of Wytheford Hall, co. Salop) ; born 2 August 
1847 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
25 January 1868, B.A. 1872; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 28 January 187 1, called to the 
Bar 17 November 1874; J. P. for co. Chester. 



=Amy Ursula, born 
in London 29 
November 1857 ; 
marr. at Essendon, 
CO. Hertford, 14 
December 1882. 



Edward Thomas John 
Dimsdale, born at 5 
Upper Hyde Park 
Street, London, 4 
March 1859 ; died 
5 July 1874, buried at 
Essendon. 



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Marcus Southwell Dimsdale of Hill= 
House, Coton, co. Cambridge, of The 
Corner House, Cambridge, and of 2 The 
Wynding, Bamburgh, co. Northumberland; 
born in Upper Hyde Park Street, London, 
18 July i860; educated at Eton and 
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1879, 
Browne's Medallist 1882, B.A. (ist-class 
Classics) 1883, M.A. 1886. 



^Elsbeth, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 
Sir James Erasmus Philipps, 
1 2th Baronet, by the Hon'''^ 
Mary Margaret (Best) his wife, 
sister of George, 5 th Baron 
Wynford ; marr. at Salisbury 
Cathedral 28 August 1902. 



James Dimsdale, 
died in infancy 
in 1861, buried 
at St. Stephen's, 
St. Alban's, co. 
Hertford. 



Diana, born 23 May 1905, 
bapt. at Salisbury Cathedral. 



Wilfred Hampden Dimsdale, 
born 13 August 1906, bapt. 
at Salisbury Cathedral. 



Rosemary Wynford (twin with 
Elsbeth Southwell), born 8 De- 
cember 1908, bapt. at King's 
College Chapel, Cambridge. 



Elsbeth Southwell (twin with 
Rosemary Wynford), born 8 De- 
cember 1908, bapt. at King's 
College Chapel, Cambridge. 



Erasmus Robert Dimsdale, 
bom at Hill House, Cam- 
bridge, 25 May 1 91 2, 
bapt. at Penally, co. Pem- 
broke ; died at Bamburgh 
on Friday, 23 August 
following, bur. there. 



Edward Charles Dimsdale,= 
born at 32 Cadogan Terrace, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 20 
December 1883, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea ; educated at Eton 
and at Sandhurst ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 
(Prince Consort's Own) 22 
October 1902, Lieutenant 
26 September 1906, Captain 
2 August 1 91 2. 



=Katharine Joan, only dau. of 
Edward Exton Barclay of Brent 
Pclham Hall, co. Hertford, by 
Elizabeth Mary his wife, eldest 
dau. of William Fowler of 43 
Grosvenor Square, London ; 
born at Cedar Lawn, Leyton, 
CO. Essex, 12 August 1884, bapt. 
at Thorpe, co. Norfolk; marr. 
at Brent Pelham 12 October 
1910. 



Reginald Thomas Dimsdale, 
born at 32 Cadogan Terrace, 
Chelsea, on Christmas Day, 
1885, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea ; Naval 
Cadet 15 September 1902, 
Midshipman 30 October 
1902, Sub-Lieutenant 30 De- 
cember 1905, Lieutenant 30 
June 1908. 



Thomas Edward Dimsdale, born at 
Blackheath, co. Kent, 1 1 October, 
bapt. at the Garrison Church, 
Woolwich, CO. Kent, 22 November 
191 1. 



John Robert Dimsdale, born at 
Colchester, co. Esse.x, 16 October, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Colchester, 
I December 1913. 

207 



Mary Monica, born at Essendon 
Place, CO. Hertford, on Wednesday, 
1 8 February 1863 ; died unmarried 
at 18 Langham Street, Marylebone, 
London, 24 April 1906, bur. at 
Essendon. Will dated 4 August 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 624, 1906) 
30 May 1906, by Robert Dimsdale. 



Robert Dimsdale of= 
Ravenshill, Eastleach, 
Lechlade, co. Glou- 



cester ; 

Upper 

Street, 

Friday, 

1865; 

Eton. 



born at 5 
Hyde Park 
London, on 

10 March 
educated at 



=Lucy Maud Mary, youngest dau. 
of Sir Thomas Sebastian Bazley, 
2nd Baronet, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Robert Gardner of 
Chaseley, co. Lancaster ; marr. at 
Hatherop, co. Gloucester, 27 July 
1898. 



Peter Wilfred Dimsdale, born at 
Eastleach 16 October 1899, bapt. 
there ; a Naval Cadet. 



Priscilla, born at Oxford 24 
December 1902, bapt. at 
Eastleach. 



Wilfred Philip Dimsdale, born 4 April 1870; educated at Eton (1884-88) and at the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; joined 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles as Lieutenant 
1893, Captain 1898 ; A.D.C. to General Sir Charles Edward Nairne, K.C.B., at Bombay 
1897-98; served on North-West Frontier of India and with Tirah Expeditionary Force (medal 
with two clasps); in South African War 1899-1900 (medal with two clasps); died from 
wounds received in action near Reddersburg 9 April 1900, bur. at Reddersburg. 



1 



20S 



ZOUCHE. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms.— Argent on a bend sable 

three popinjays or collared gules. 
Cresl. — A popinjay rising or collared gules. 
Supporters.— TvfO popinjays wings displayed and inverted argent beaked 

membered and belled or. 
Moito. — Let Curzon holde what Curzon helde. 



Zouff)e. 



Hon''''= Robert Curzon (youngest son of Assheton,= 
I St Viscount Curzon, by Dorothy his 2nd wife, 
sister of Richard, ist Earl Grosvenor) ; born 13 
February 1774; educated at \Vestminster and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 
1792, B.A. 179s; M.P. for Clitheroe i June 
1796* to 23 April 1831 ; J.P. for co. Stafford, 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Sussex, High Sheriff 1834; 
Colonel Staffordshire Volunteers ; died at Parham 
Park, CO. Sussex, aged 89, on Thursday, 14 May 
1863, bur. at Parham. Will dated 3 October 

1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 487, 63) 13 August 

1863, by the Hon''''= Robert Curzon, son. 



=Harriet Anne (Bisshopp), Baroness de la 
Zouche of Haryngworth, in the Peerage of 
England, elder dau. and coheir of Cecil, 
1 2th Baron Zouche, by Harriet Anne his 
wife, only dau. and heir of William 
Southwell of Frampton, co. Gloucester ; 
born at Geneva, Switzerland, 7 September 
1787 ; marr. at Parham 14 October 1808; 
died at Parham Park, aged 82, on Sunday, 
15 May 1870, bur. at Parham. Will 
dated 14 August 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 596, 70) 3 September 1870, by 
Robert, Baron Zouche, and the Hon*"'* 
Edward Cecil Curzon, sons. 



Robert Curzon, Baron Zouche of Haryngworth ; born at 58 Welbeck^ 
Street, London, 16 March 1810; educated at Charterhouse and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 February 1828 ; M.P. for 
Clitheroe 30 April 1831 to 3 December 1832; Attach^ at Constantinople 
25 October 1841 ; Joint Commissioner at Erzerum to settle boundaries 
between Turkey and Persia 27 January 1843 to January 1844 (received 
Orders of Lion and Sun of Persia and of Nishan of Turkey) ; Private 
Secretary to Lord Stratford de Redclifife, when Ambassador to 
Constantinople; D.L. for the counties of Sussex and Stafford; 
succeeded his mother as 14th Baron 15 May 1870; Author of 
"Visits to Monasteries in the Levant," 1849, and "Armenia; a Year 
at Erzerum and on the Frontiers of Russia, Turkey and Persia," 
1854; died at Parham Park, aged 63, on Saturday, 2 August 1873, 
bur. at Parham. Will dated 3 February i860, with five codicils dated 
14 February 1861 to i July 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 739, 73) 
9 October 1873, by Robert Nathaniel Cecil George, Baron Zouche, son. 



=i=Emily Julia, youngest 
dau. of the Rt. Honi"'* 
Sir Robert John 
Wilmot-Horton, 3rd 
Baronet,M.P.,byAnne 
his wife, eldest dau. of 
Eusebius Horton of 
Catton, CO. Derby ; 
marr. at Croxall, co. 
Derby, on Tuesday, 
27 August 1850; died 
at 24 Arlington Street, 
Piccadilly, London, 
aged 44, on Sunday, 
II March i856, bur. 
at Parham. 



Robert Nathaniel Cecil George Curzon, Baron= 
Zouche of Haryngworth, in the Peerage of 
England ; born at Catton Hall, co. Derby, on 
Saturday, 12 July 185 1, bapt. at Croxall; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1869, B.A. 1873; 
Hon. Lieutenant in the Army 10 July 1901, 
Captain 4th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment 
27 September 1902, Hon. Major 1908; served 
in South African War 1900-1901, as Lieutenant 
20th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry ; at opera- 
tions in Orange River Colony May to 29 
November 1900 (Queen's medal with three 
clasps); J.P. for co. Stafford, J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Sussex, County Alderman for West Sussex ; 
succeeded his father as 15th Baron 2 August 
1873- 



'Hon*"'' Annie Mary Eleanor 
(Eraser), 3rd dau. of Alexan- 
der, 17th Baron Saltoun ; 
born at Ness Castle, co. 
Inverness, on Sunday, 8 
February 1857 ; marr. in 
London 15 July 1875 ; 
divorced on his petition 
8 December 1876; died s.p. 
at Brynkinalt, co. Denbigh, 
aged 38, on Friday, 10 May 
1895. She married 2ndly 
30 August 1894, Arthur 
William (Hill -Trevor), 2nd 
Baron Trevor of Brynkinalt. 



Darea, born 
at Parham 
on Tuesday, 
13 November 
i860. 



Edward Cecil Curzon, born at the residence of Viscount Curzon in Davies= 
Street, Berkeley Square, London, on Sunday, 8 November 1812; educated 
at Harrow 1825-30, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 10 June 
1830, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1840; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 7 May 
1840; Chief Clerk and Deputy Registrar of Designs Office 1842-55, and 
Registrar of Companies 1855-76; J. P. and D.L. for co. Middlesex, J. P. 
for Westminster ; died at Scarsdale House, Kensington, London, 
aged 72, on Thursday, 12 February 1885, bur. at Parham, co. Sussex. 
Will dated 16 June 1874, with codicil dated 22 October 1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 412, 85) 14 May 1885, by George Augustus Curzon, Colonel 
2nd Life Guards, and William Southwell Curzon, Lieut. -Colonel Royal 
Horse Artillery, sons. 



'Amelia Sophia Char- 
lotte, 6th dau. of 
James Daniell ; bom 
at Beddington, co. 
Surrey, i October 
1808 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square.London, 5 May 
1834; diedatScarsdale 
House, Kensington, 
29 March 1892, bur. 
at Parham. M.I. 



Cecil, born 
28 February 
i835> bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
EatonSquare, 
London. 



Mary Florence, = 
youngest dau. 
of Morgan Tre- 
herne (formerly 
Thomas) of 
Gate House, co. 
Susse.x, RLP.,by 
Louisa Frances 
his wife, only 
child of John 
Apsley Dal- 
rymple of Gate 
House ; marr. 
at St. Thomas', 
PortmanSquare, 
London, 7 May 
1867 ; died s.p. 
at 10 Stratford 
Place, Maryle- 
bone, London, 
aged 27, 21 
July 1 868, bur. 
at Parham. 
I St wife. 



=Colonel George Augustus=f=Mary Louisa Anne= 
Curzon of Westwood, Windle- 1 Frances Josephine 



-^ 



sham, CO. Surrey ; bom at 24 
Upper Brook Street, London, 
12 July 1836, bapt. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London ; of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 16 
June 1854; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant Rifle 
Brigade 23 June 1855, and in 
2nd Life Guards 16 November 
i860. Lieutenant 1861, Cap- 
tain 1863, Major (by brevet 
1877) 188 1, Lieut. -Colonel 
1883, in command of the 
Regiment 1885, Colonel 10 
April 1887; served in the 
Indian Mutiny 1857-58, in- 
cluding actions at Cawnpore, 
siege and capture of Luck- 
now, subsequently with Ross' [ 

Camel Corps, was present at 

the battle of Golowlee and capture of Calpee (medal with two 

clasps) ; J. P. for co. Hants ; died at Windlesham, co. Surrey, 

aged 76, 27 November, bur. at Parham 30 November 19 12. 

Will dated 7 June 191 2, proved in the 

y" Principal Registry 22 April 1913, by 

yy -i/yi^^ /7>f ^label Isabel Curzon, relict, and the 

^2_iJ^ Rt. Hon"'' Arthur William Hill. 



Martha, eldest dau. 
I of William Michael 
t Ince Anderton of 
I Euxton Hall, co. 
Lancaster, byLady 
I Emma Frances 
1 Mary (Plunkett) 
1 his ist wife, dau. 
of Arthur James, 
9th Earl of Fin- 
gall; born 26 July 
1852; marr. at 
Cannes, France, 19 
March 1873; died 
at Hollywood, Bos- 
combe, CO. Hants, 
2 November 1889, 
bur. at Parham. 
2nd wife. 



=Mabel Isabel, 
3rd dau. of 
Colonel Com- 
wallis Henry 
Chichester, 5th 
Lancers, by 
IsabelCatherine 
his wife, dau. of 
ThomasWilliam 
Chester Master 
of Knole Park, 
Almondsbury, 
and of The 
Abbey, Ciren- 
cester, CO. Glou- 
cester ; bom at 
Aldershot 29 
July 1875; marr. 
at Sunninghill 
2 August 1905. 
3rd wife. 



Sir Frederick William Francis George Frankland of Thirkleby, co. York, Baronet=j=Mary Cecil, bom 



(elder son of Lieut.-Colonel Sir William Adolphus Frankland, R.E., 9th Baronet, 
by Lucy Ducarel his wife, eldest dau. of Francis Adams of Clifton and 
Cotswold Grange, co. Gloucester) ; born at 4 Lansdown Terrace, Old Trafford, 
Manchester, on Wednesday, 2 September 1868; educated at Cheltenham 
College ; Lieutenant 5th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers 1886, Captain 3rd 
Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment 29 August 1891, retired as Hon. Captain in the 
Army 5 December 1902 ; served in the operations in South Africa 1896, as 
Staff Captain Belingwe Field Force (medal); in South African War 1899-1900, 
attached to 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Assistant Press Censor, graded 
as Staff Captain (Queen's medal with four clasps); succeeded his father as ! nity, Chelsea, co. 
10th Baronet 29 November 1883. He married istly in New York, U.S.A., Middlesex, on 
10 December 1890, Charlotte, only dau. of John Augustus Zerega di Zerega of ; Tuesday, 12 No- 
New York; she died s.p. at Hotel d'Albion, Hyferes, France, on Thursday, 1 vember 1901. 
24 March 1892, bur. in New York. /k 

213 



at 17 South 
Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, 
on Saturday, 15 
May 1875, bapt. 
at The Oratory, 
Brompton ; mar- 
ried as his 2nd 
wife, at Holy Tri- 



Colonel William South- 
well Curzon of i o Lower 
Grosvenor Place, Lon- 
don ; born 23 May 
1838, bapt. at Par- 
ham ; Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 7 April 1856, 
Captain 1866, Major 
1875, Lieut.- Colonel 
1882, i Colonel (by 
brevet 1886) 8 May 
1889; Colonel on Staff 
Commanding Horse and 
Field Artillery, Wool- 
wich, 8 May 1889 to 
1894; retired 23 May 
1895. 



=Walberga Mary, 
4th dau. of Joseph 
Samuel Lescher of 
Boyles Court, co. 
Essex, J. P. and 
D.L., by Martha 
Mary Theresa his 
wife, dau. of John 
De Beauvoir Hoy 
of Stoke Lower 
House, CO. Suffolk; 
born 1 3 June 1848; 
marr. at Brent- 
wood, CO. Essex, 
on Tuesday, 9 
September 1873. 



Major James Johnes Bourchier=pHarriette Anne, 



of Felthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk 
(2nd son of Lieut. -General 
James Claud Bourchier of 
Little Berkhampstead, co. 
Hertford, by Maria his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Caswell of 
Sacomb Park, co. Hertford) ; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 52nd Foot (Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry) 28 June 1844, 
Lieutenant 1847, Captain 1852, 
Major 20 April i860, retired in 
1864; J.P. for CO. Norfolk; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 59, on Wednesday, 8 
September 1886, buried at 
Felthorpe. Will dated 15 Feb- 
ruary 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
I on, 86) 4 December 1886, by 
Harriette Anne Bourchier, relict. 



bom at Con- 
naught Terrace, 
London, 25 
April 1840; mar- 
ried at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, Lon- 
don, 8 May 1 864. 



A 



Augustus Frederick' 
Wentworth Gore of 
Linwood, co. Hants 
(only son of Charles 
Arthur Gore, Captain 
I St Life Guards); 
entered the Army as 
Cornet 7th Hussars 
18 October 1853 ; 
served in Indian 
Mutiny ; A.D.C. to 
Lord-Lieutenant of 
Ireland. 



A 



=Emily Anne, born 
22 February 1842; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
the Hon'''= Frede- 
rick Curzon), on 
Thursday, 19 Sep- 
tember 1861. 



Rev. Charles Marriott (4th son= 
of Christopher Marriott of 
Manchester, co. Lancaster) ; 
born at Manchester 29 January 
1838 ; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 March 
1859, aged 21, B.A. 1864; 
Rector of Elton, co. Durham, 
1876-83, Curate of Prittlewell, 
CO. Essex, 1883-87, of St. John's, 
Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
1887-89, of St. Michael's, 
Govan, co. Lanark, 18S9-90, 
and of Saxelby, co. Leicester, 
1894-96, Rector of Cherington, 
CO. Gloucester, 1896 ; died at 
Cleveland, co. Somerset, aged 
74, on Tuesday, 23 July 1912. 



^Blanche Katherine, 
of Highdale, Sunny- 
side, Clevedon, co. 
Somerset ; born 
23 October 1843, 
bapt. privately at 
Parham, co. Sussex; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton, London (by 
the Rev. Henry 
Marriott), on Tues- 
day, 6 December 
1892. 



214 



Sntiej:. 



INDEX. 



Abbot, Catharine, 144; John, 144; John George, 144. 

Abbott, William, 71. 

Abercorn, James, Duke of, 141 ; Mary Anna, 

Duchess of, 141. 
Aberdeen, William, Earl of, 76. 
Abrahams, Elsie Helen, 72 ; Harry Gerald, 72 ; 

Michael, 72. 
Acklom, Caroline, 172 ; Peter, 172. 

A'Court, Letitia, 180; Dame Letitia, 180; William, 
Lord Heytesbury, 180; Sir William Pierce Ashe, 
Bt., 180. 
Adams, Alice Christine Rose, 15 ; Anna Catherine 
Elizabeth, 16 ; Anna Delicia, 14 ; Anstey George 
Curtis, 15; Arthur Robarts, 1$; Lieut. -General 
Cadwallader, 16; Rev. Cadwallader Coker, 13; 
Derric John Stopford, 16; Ellen, 14; Ellen 
Georgina, 14; Emma, 12; Emma Catherine, 15; 
Emma Curtis, 12 ; Emma Louisa, 13 ; Evelyn 
Blanche Stopford, 16 ; Francis, 213 ; Francis 
Cadwallader, 15 ; Major-General Frank, 14 ; 
Frank Ormond, 15; Frank Reginald, 15; Frank 
Simon Hamilton, 15; Captain George Curtis, R.N. , 
13 ; George Stopford, i6 ; Harriet Sarah Monk, 
13; Henry Cadwallader, 12, 13; Major-General 
Henry William, 12 ; Howard Cadwallader, 15 ; 
Joseph Dixon, 72 ; Julie Ogden, 15 ; Dame 
Kalherine, 12 ; Katherine Anna, 13 ; Laura Coker, 
15; Louisa, 16; Lucy Ducarel, 213; Mary 
Beatrice, 15; Mary Susan, 13; Muriel Ada, 16; 
Ormond Howard Cadwallader Ivimber, 15 ; Philip 
James Cadwallader, 16; Sarah, 12; Simon, 12; 
Rev. Simon Thomas, 12, 14 ; Sylvia Crochley, 
16; Rev. Thomas Coker, 12, 15; William Ogden 
Cadwallader, 15 ; William Ormond, 13 ; see 
Woollcombe- Adams. 

Adamson, Anne, 144 ; Anne Jane, 143 ; .Vnthony, 
143 ; Anthony Robert, 143 ; Caroline Sarah, 143 ; 
Catharine, 143, 144 ; Catharine Evelyn, 143 ; 
Elizabeth, 143; Elizabeth Buchanan, 144; Lieut. - 
Colonel John George, 143 ; Lawrence, 143 ; 
Lawrence Arthur, 144 ; Lawrence William, 143 ; 
JLary, 144 ; Mary Constance, 144 ; Muriel Annie 
Pearl, 143 ; Sarah Frances, 143. 

Addington, John Gellibrand, Lord, 89, 92. 

Affleck, Katharine Maria, 122 ; Dame Maria Emily, 
122 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 122. 

Agar-Ellis, George James Welbore, Baron Dover, 
109 ; Henry, Viscount Clifden, 109 ; Hon''''' Lucia 
Caroline Elizabeth, 109. 

Agnew, Sir Andrew, Bt., 21 ; Hazel Louisa, 21 ; 
Henry de Courcy, 21. 

Albutt, John, 114; Mary Ann, 114. 

Alderson, Sir Edward Hall, 55 ; Marj' Catherine, 55. 

Aldington, John Felton, 115; Sarah, 115. 

Aldrich, Frances Amy Georgina, 16 ; Rev. John 
Cobbold, 16. 

Aldridge, Herbert Harry, 147 ; Colonel John, 147 ; 
John B.arttelot, 147 ; Margaret Jessie, 147 ; Mary 
.\Iethea, 147. 

Ale.xander, Charlotte Sophia, 10 ; James, 10; Julia 
Charlotte, 10 ; Robert, lo. 

Allen, Henry C, 91. 



Allicocke, John, 125; Susannah, 125. 

Allies, Anne Dalton, 188; Edwin, 188; Mary Anne, 

188; William, 188. 
Ailing, Horace, 194 ; Olivia, 194. 
Amherst, Earl, 20. 
Amler, Sarah, 108; Thomas, lo8. 
Amphlett, Edward, 195 ; Helen Mary Flora, 195 ; 

Lavinia Flora Henrietta, 195. 
Ancaster, Robert, Duke of, 76. 
Anderton, Lady Emma Frances Mary, 213 ; Mary 

Louisa Anne Frances Josephine Martha, 213 ; 

William Michael Ince, 213. 
Andrew, George Calkin, 95. 
Andrews, Alice, 112; Charles, 112; Edith Bessie, 

112; Henry, 112. 
Androutzos, Countess Guiseppina, 186; Count Marco, 

l86; Countess Mary Isabella, 186; Count Nicolas 

Icilio, 186. 
Anglesey, Henry, Marquess of, 23 ; Henry William, 

Marquess of, iii. 
Anson, Ellen Anne, 152 ; Very Rev. Frederick, 

152; Major-General the Hon""'" George, 133; 

Hon''''! Isabella Elizabeth Annabella, 133 ; Isabella 

Maria Catherine, 133 ; Thomas, Viscount, 133 ; 

Thomas, Earl of Lichfield, 133. 
Anwyl, David, 63 ; Mary Elizabeth, 63. 
Anwyl-Passingham, Adah Lucy, 64 ; Augusta 

Beatrice, 64 ; Augustus Mervyn Owen Anwyl, 64 ; 

Charlotte Angie Bigoe, 63 ; Irene Matilda, 64 ; 

Leila Mary, 64 ; Lucy Emma, 63 ; Margaret, 64 ; 

Robert Townshend, 63 ; see Passingham. 
Arbuthnot, Charles, 8 ; Charles George James, 8 ; 

Harriett, 8 ; John, 8 ; Mercia Mary Anne, 8. 
Arbuthnott, Admiral Sir Alexander Dundas Youtig, 

121 ; Dame Catherine Maria, 121 J Josette Eliza 

Jane, 121. 
Arkwright, Agnes Is.abella, 30 ; Alan Joseph, 27 ; 

Angela Millicent, 27 ; Anna Frances, 27 ; Anne, 

25 ; Anne Mary, 25 ; Arthur William, 29 ; Audrey 

Violet Hatfeild, 26 ; Catherine Elizabeth, 30 ; 

Cecil Edward, 27 ; Charles, 27 : Charles William, 

27 ; Constance Isabel, 27 ; Diana Laura, 28 ; 

Edith Laura, 28 ; Eleanor Harriet, 25 ; Eleanor 

Mary, 30 ; Elizabeth, 29 ; Elizabeth Emma, 30 ; 

Emma, 29 ; Emma Mildred, 30 ; Esme Francis 

Wigsell, 26 ; Eustace, 27 ; Evelyn Florence, 27 ; 

Evelyn Frances, 27 ; Frank Wigsell, 26 ; Gertrude, 

30 ; Godfrey Crawford, 27 ; Godfrey Wigrani, 

29 ; Herbert Robert, 27 ; Honoria, 27 ; Hugh 

Evans, 27 ; Isabel Gertrude, 28 ; John Joseph, 29 ; 

John Thomas, 26 ; Rev. Joseph, 25 ; Joseph 

Arthur, 30 ; Julia, 29 ; Julius, 28 ; Rev. Julius, 

28 ; Katharine Julia, 28 ; Laura Eliza, 28 ; 
Colonel Leonard Arthur, 29 ; Lilian, 28 : Loftus, 

29 ; Loftus loseph Wigram, 29 ; Loftus Wigram, 
29 ; Margaret Eleanor, 28 ; Mar)' Ellen, 29 ; 
Marv- Sophia Clare, 28 ; Maude Josephine, 28 ; 
Peter, 25 ; Reginald, 27 ; Richard, 25 ; Robert 
Nigel, 27 ; Robert Oakley Wigram, 27 ; Robert 
Wigram, 26; Rosa Frederica, 26; Ruth, 29, 30; 
Ruth Mildred, 30 ; Sophia Julia, 26 ; Susan Ellen, 

30 ; Vera, 26 ; Walter George, 27. 

Annitage, Amy, 61 ; Edward, 61 ; Rev. Francis 
James, 61. 



Arnold, Amy, 102 ; William, 102. 

Arntz, Emma Sophia, 162; John Matthias, 162; 

Martha, 162. 
Arthur, Harriet, 189; Samuel, 189. 
Ashcombe, George, Lord, 50 ; Laura, Lady, 50 ; 

see Cubitt. 
Atherden, Annette Maria, 197 ; Thomas Henry, 

197. 
Atkinson, Rev. Arthur, 152; John, 152; Mary, 152. 
Auriol, Charlotte Louisa, 5 ; Peter, 5. 
Aylesford, Ella Victoria, Countess of, 108 ; Charles 

Wightwick, Earl of, loS ; Heneage, Earl of, 

108. 
Ayscough, Grace, i ; John, i. 



B 



Badger, Eleanor Dora, Addenda, page xl. ; Evelyn 
Maude, 1 18 (and Addenda, page xl.); Lucy 
Emma, 63 ; Sara, 63 ; Thomas Jeffreys, 63 ; 
William, 118 {and Addenda, page xl.) 
Badland, James, 194; Maria, 194. 

Bagot, Honi^'e Agnes, 108 ; Hon'''^ Alfred Walter, 
no; Hon''''= Barbara, 1 10; Hon'>'= Constance, 
109; Edward Lewis Henry, in ; Hon'''' 
Eleanor, no; Hon''''= Elizabeth Sophia Lucia, 
III; Emily, Lady, 108; Hon'''" Frances Mary, 
no; Hon'*'" Georgiana Agnes, loS ; Kev. the 
Hon'''"' Hervey Charles, no; Hon'"''^ Katherine 
Jane, no; Rt. Rev. Lewis, Bishop of St. Asaph, 
108; Lilian Marie, Lady, no; Hon''''' Louisa, 
109 ; Louisa, Lady, 108 ; Hon'"'" Louisa Barbara, 
108 ; Hon'"" Louisa Frances, loS ; Lucia Caroline 
Elizabeth, Lady, 109 ; Hon'''" Margaret Jane 
Caroline, in; Marjorie Olive, in; Rt. Rev. 
Richard, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 108 ; 
Hon'"'" Walter Lewis, in ; Sir William, Lord, 
108-110. 

Baily, Frances, 65 ; Rev. William, 65. 

Bainbrigge, Jane .Maria, 58; Joseph, 58. 

Baines, Eliza, 66; Valentine, 66. 

Bainton, Evelyn, 149; Henry, 149. 

Baker, Catherine Sophia, 84 ; George, 84 : Harriet, 
125, 200; James, 68, 69, 71 ; Hon'''" John, 200; 
Philip, 125; William Frederic, 71, 72. 

Ballard, Charles, 187; Constance, 187; Elizabeth, 
187. 

Balls, Clara, 185; Thomas, 185. 

Balman, Edward, 188; Elizabeth, iSS. 

Bamford, Major, 166; Mary Ann, 166. 

Band, Caroline Agnes Helen, 87 ; Rev. Charles 
Edward, 86, 87 ; Edward Wright, 86 ; Henrietta 
Mary Bourke, 86; Sarah, 86. 

Bankes, Florence Mary Anna, 9 ; George, 9 ; Georgina 
Charlotte, 9 ; Wynne Albert, 9. 

Barclay, Edward Exton, 207 ; Elizabeth Mary, 207 ; 
Katherine Joan, 207. 

Baring, Elizabeth, 26 ; Rosa Frederica, 26 ; William 
Henry, 26. 

Barnard, Henry de Vera, Lord, Addenda, page Ixx. 

Barnett, Katharine Sara, 67 ; Thomas, 67. 

Barrett, Charlotte Elizabeth Jane, 175 ; William, 

I7S- 
Barrow, A. J. S., 162; Louisa, 162. 
Barry, Arthur Hugh, Lord Barrymore, 183 ; 

Elizabeth, Lady Barrymore, 1 83. 
Barrymore, Arthur Hugh, Lord, 183 ; Elizabeth, 

Lady, 183. 
Barton, Alfred Bowyer, 169 ; Editha Helen, 169 ; 

Ethel Sarel, 169; Frances Mary, 35; Katherine 

Frances, 151 ; Captain Robert Cutts, R.N., 151 ; 

Thomas, 35. 
Bass, Alice Jane, 22, 184 ; Hamar Alfred, 109 ; 

Hon'''" Louisa, 109; Michael Arthur, Lord Burton, 

109; Michael Thomas, 22, 184. 
Basset, Arthur Davie, 137 ; Charles Henry, 137 ; 

Edith, 137; Harriet Mary, 137. 



Bates, Ann Frances, 70; John, 70. 

Bath and Wells, Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop of, 

loS. 
Batson, Anne, i ; Edward Buckly, I. 
Baxter, Florence, 96 ; Rosetta, 96 ; Thomas, 96 ; 

Thomas Henry, 96. 
Bazley, Dame Elizabeth, 208 ; Lucy Maud Mary, 

208 ; Sir Thomas Sebastian, Bt., 208. 
Beauchamp, Henry, Earl, 181 ; General Henry 

Beauchanip, Earl, 181 ; John Reginald, Earl, 

181. 
Beaufort, Georgiana Charlotte, Duchess of, 136 ; 

Henry Adelbert Wellington FitzRoy, Duke of, 

136; Plenry Charles, Duke of, 140; Henry Charles 

FitzRoy, Duke of, 136. 
Beaumont, Dora Maria, 171 ; Henry Frederick, 171 ; 

Maria Johanna, 171. 
Beck, Rev. Cadwallader Coker, 15; James, 15; 

Laura Coker, 15; Ralph Coker Adams, 15. 
Beckett, Sir John, Bt., 78. 
Bell, Ada, 189 ; Andrew Wilson, 189 ; Clementine, 

189; Charles, 154; W. N., 189. 
Bellew, Sir Edward, Bt., 103; Frances, 103. 
Bellman, Rev. Arthur Frederick, 95 ; Rev. Augustus 

Frederick, 95 ; Rev. Edmund, 95 ; Frances Anna, 

95 ; Lydia Mary, 95. 
Beminck, Renira Henrietta Aldenburgh, 182 ; Vice- 

Admiral William, 182. 
Beresford, Caroline, 7 ; Rev. the Hon'''" George, 7 ; 

Isabella, 7 ; General Marcus, 7 ; William, Lord 

Decies, 7. 
Berney, Ann, 35 ; John, 35. 
Bertie, Albemarle, Earl of Lindsey, 184 ; Augusta, 

76, £3 ; Lady Charlotte Elizabeth, 184 ; Lady 

Elizabeth, 76 ; Lord Montague, 76, 83 ; Robert, 

Duke of Ancaster, 76. 
Bessborough, Frederick George Braliazon, Earl of, 

l8l ; John William, Earl of, 80 ; Louisa Susan 

Cornwallis, Countess of, 181 ; Maria, Counte.ss 

of, 80 ; Rev. Walter William Brabazon, Earl of, 

181, 184. 
Best, Elizabeth, 116; Emily, 116; George, Lord 

Wynford, 207; He.ad Pottinger, 2; John 116; 

Hon'''" Mary Margaret, 207 ; Rosamond Head, 

2. 
Bickley, Charles Henry, 116; Clara, 116; Clara 

Isabella, 115; Constance, 116; Edward, 114; 

Edward Doleman, 114; Eliza, 115; Elizabeth, 

116; Elizabeth Amy, 115; Emily, 116; Emily 

Eliza, 115; Frederick Herbert, 115; Harriet, 

116; Hebe, 114; James, 114, 115; Mary Ann, 

114; Muriel, 116; Olive, 114, 116; Olivia, 114; 

Richard Gunn, 116; Rosamond, 115; Sarah, 

114, 115; Sarah Harriet, 115; Thomas, 114, 116; 

Thomas Alfred, 114; William, 116; William 

Bickleigh, n6. 
Biddle, Clara, 116; Elizabeth Birch, n6 ; Samuel, 

116. 
Bigge, Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Edward, 7. 
Biggs, Maria del Carmen, 163. 
Birch, Henry John, 21, 22. 
Birch - Reynardson, Aubrey Henry, 3 ; Colonel 

Edward, 3; Emily, 3; Ethelred Anne, 3; General 

Thomas, 3 ; Vere Henry, 3. 
Bird, Rev. Godfrey, 42 ; Isabel Edith, 42. 
Birmingham, Charlotte, 63 ; John, 63. 
Bisshopp, Cecil, Lord Zouche, 212 ; Harriet Anne, 

Lady de la Zouche, 212. 
Blackwood, Harriette Anne, 10 ; Vice-Admiral tlte 

Hon'''" Sir Henry, Bt., 10. 
Blakiston, Charlotte Augusta, 31 ; Matthew FoUiott, 

31- 
Bliss, Elizabeth, 187. 
Blomfield, Cornelia Frances, 6 ; Rev. George Becher, 

6. 
Blosset, Sir Henry, 54 ; Mary, 54. 
Blundell, Frances, 103 ; Nicholas, 103. 
Blunt, George Henry, 25. 



21S 



Boden, Catherine, 124, 173 ; Rev. Charles John, 124, 
173; George, 124, 173; John, 173; Louisa 
Augusta, 173, 176; Lucinda, 173; Mildred Louisa 
Mar>-, 124. 
Bold-Hoghton, Agnes, 9; Sir Henry, Bt., 9. 
Bond, Helen Violet, 7 ; John Wentworth Garneys, 7 ; 
Nathaniel, 7 ; Lady Selina Jane, 7. 

Bontadini, Luigi, 200 ; Margaret Elinor Rose, 200. 

Boughey, Amy Matilda, 100; Anastasia Elizabeth, 
103 ; Anchitel Edward Fletcher, 103 ; Anchitel 
Fenton Fletcher, 104 ; Rev. Anchitel Harry 
Fletcher, 102 ; Anne, 97 ; Anne Henrietta, 98 ; 
Beatrice, 103 ; Caroline, 41, loi ; Cecil Fletcher, 
104 ; \'ice- Admiral Charles Fenton Fletcher, 104 ; 
Charles Lovell Fletcher, 103 ; Constance Evelyn 
Mary, 102 ; Constance Susannah, loi ; Dorothy, 
99 ; Edward Fenton Fletcher, 104 ; Edward 
Harry Fletcher, 103 ; Edward Peter Fletcher, 
103 ; Elizabeth, 104 ; Elizabeth Mabws, 100 ; 
Elsie le Strange, loi ; Ethel, gS; Ethel Constance, 
lOI ; Ethel Georgina Emily, 103 ; Eva Paulina, 
98 ; Francis, 100 ; George, 97 ; Rev. Sir George, 
Bt., 98; Lieut. -Colonel George Fenton Fletcher, 
100 ; George Fletcher, 103 ; Colonel George 
Fletcher Otley, 100 ; George Menteth, loi ; 
Gertrude Mary, 102 ; Harriet Rose Amy, 100 ; 
Henrietta Dorothy, 99 ; Dame Henrietta Dorothy, 
97 ; Henrietta Emma, 102 ; Colonel Henry, 100 ; 
Henry Fletcher, 99 ; Major-General John, loi ; 
John Fenton, 99 ; Lieut. -Colonel Sir John Fenton, 
Bt., 41, 97; Rev. John Fenton Fletcher, 99; 
John Fletcher, 103 ; John William Fletcher, loi ; 
Katharine Annie, 102 ; Katharine Clara, 103 ; 
Louisa, 99 ; Dame Louisa Paulina, 97 ; Lucy 
Harriet, 99 ; Maria Loraine, 100 ; Mary, 99 ; 
Dame Mary Ann Gundry, 99 ; Matilda Elwin, 
100 ; Matilda Mary, 102 ; Noel Evelyn, loi ; 
Patience, 103 ; Rev. Percy Fletcher, loi ; Richard 
Fenton Fletcher, 102 ; Richard Fletcher, 103 ; 
Rev. Sir Robert, Bt., 99 ; Robert Fenton Fletcher, 
104 ; Dame Sarah Annabella, 98 ; Selina Hen- 
rietta, 99 ; Dame Theodosia Mary, 98 ; Thomas 
Fletcher, Addenda, page xi. ; Sir Thomas Fletcher, 
Bt., 98; Sir Thomas Fletcher Fenton, Bt., 97; 
Walter, 99 ; William Charles Fletcher, 102 ; 
William Fenton Fletcher, 41, loi ; Sir William 
Fletcher, Bt., 99 ; see Coplestone-Boughey and 
Fletcher. 

Bourchier, Harriette Anne, 214 ; Lieut. -General 
James Claud, 214 ; James Johnes, 214 ; Maria, 
214. 

Bourdillon, Rev. Francis, 15S; Francis Wright, 158; 
Selina, 158; Thomas, 158; Rev. Thomas, 158. 

Bourke, Edmund Fearon, 86 ; George Robert 
Goodin, 88; Georgiana Frances, 88; Mary Judith, 
86. 

Bowles, Dorothy, 185 ; Edward, 185. 

Bowling, Rev. Alfred George Lovelace, 25 ; Charles 
Randolph, 25. 

Bowring, Algernon Cunliffe, 51, 52; Edgar Alfred, 
51, 52; Rev. Edgar Francis, 51 ; Ellen, 51, 52; 
Sir John, 51, 52; Dame Maria, 51, 52; Sophia, 
51 ; see Hanbury. 

Boyle, Agnes, 93 ; Admiral Alexander, 93 ; Anna 
Louisa Alexandrina, 136; Eleanor, 136; Frances 
Montgomerie, 93 ; Very Rev. George David, 136 ; 
George Frederick, 136; Louisa Catherine, 136; 
Colonel William, 136; William Henry David, 136. 

Bradley, Rev. Edward, 112; Mary, 112; Susan, 
112 ; Thomas, 112. 

Brakspear, Sarah, 50. 

Brandram, Andrew, 123. 

Branfill, Anne Eliza, 167 ; Champion Edward, 167 ; 
Eliza Jemima Mary, 167. 

Bray, Edward, 92. 

Brewster, Charles Edward, 163 ; James, 163 ; Rev. 
James George, 163 ; Mary, 163 ; Mary Ann, 163 ; 
Sturgeon Nunn, 163. 



Bridge, Ada Constance, 196; Bernard Walter, 196; 

Constance Ellen, 195 ; Dora Florence, 196 ; 

Elizabeth, 196 ; Elsie Grace, 196 ; Florence Mary, 

197 ; Geraldine, 197 ; Grace, 197 ; Dame Helen 

Mary Flora, 195; Horace George, 196; John, 

195 ; Sir John Frederick, 195 ; Joseph Cox, 197 ; 

Kathleen Emmerson, 196 ; Leonard Charles, 196 ; 

Mabel Constance, 196; Margaret Isabel, 196; 

Dame Marjory Wedgwood, 195 ; Mary, 197 ; 

Rebecca, 195 ; Reginald Turle, 196 ; Robert 

Sheldon, 197; Rosalind Flora, 196; Samuel Ward, 

196; Sarah, 195; Sarah .Mallin, 195. 
Brightley, Anna Maria, 204 ; Charles, 204. 
Bright-WiUiams, Margaret, 69; S.,69; Sarah Maria 

Isabel, 69. 
Briscoe, Agnes Sophia, 100 ; Amy Matilda, 100 ; 

Richard Holt, 100 ; William Arthur, 100. 
Brittain, Frances, 148 ; Frances Helen, 91 ; George 

Alfred, 91 ; James, 148; Matilda, 148. 
Broadley, Ann, 84; Rev. Robert, 84. 
Broadwood, Mary Alethea, 147 ; Thomas, 147. 
Brodie, Ayesha Mar)-, 120 ; Enid Ayesha, 120 ; 

Wyndham, 120. 
Bromley, Charlotte Frances Anne, 4 ; Dame Georgiana 

Ellen, 4; Sir Henry, Bt., 4; Admiral Sir Robert 

Hoare, Bt., 4. 
Bromley-Martin, Eliot George, 183. 
Brook, Fanny Elizabeth, 202 ; George, 202. 
Brooks, Gertrude Manby, 176; May, 28; Robert, 

28; William Henry, 176. 
Brough, Ann, 201 ; John, 201. 
Brown, Amelia, 122; Douglas Clifton, 122; Eleanor 

Dora, Addenda, page xl. ; Colonel James Clifton, 

122; Robert, 174; Violet Cicely Kathleen, 122; 

W. H., Addenda, page xl. 
Browning, Hugh Edmond, 28 ; Lilian, 28 ; May, 

28. 
Brudenell, Lady Charlotte Penelope, 133 : Lady 

Harriet Georgiana, 132, 141 ; Robert, Earl of 

Cardigan, 132, 133, 141. 
Bruxner, Anne Mary, 25 ; George Augustus, 25 ; 

Rev. George Edward, 25. 
Bull, Rev. George Tippet, 60. 
Bullard, Edward John, 205 ; Eleanor Howes, 205 ; 

Sir Harry, 205 ; Dame Sarah Jane, 205. 
Euller, Frances Amelia, 34 ; Rev. Frederick George, 

34 ; Warwick Augustus, 34 ; Rev. William, 34. 
Burder, John, 163; Mary, 163. 
Burdett, Edward Jerome, 72 ; Mabel, 72. 
Burgess, Mary, 54, 55 ; William, 54, 55. 
Burghersh, Augusta, Lady, 76, 83 ; Augusta Selina 

Elizabeth, Lady, 79 ; Ernest Fitzroy Neville, 

Lord, 79 ; George Augustus Frederick John, Lord, 

78 ; George Nevile John, Lord, 80 ; Vere Anthony 

Francis St. Clair, Lord, 81 ; see Fane and 

Westmorland. 
Burnley, Mary Headley, 150. 
Burrell, Charlotte Joanna, 46 ; Emma Laura, 45 ; 

James Fitchett, 45, 46 ; Maurice, 45. 
Burt, Ernest, 65 ; Mina Blanche, 65. 
Burton, Alfred, 14; Alfred Henry, 14; Ann Delicia, 

14; Edmund, 122; Elizabeth, 14; James, 14; 

Maria Emily, 122 ; Michael Arthur, Lord, 109. 
Butler, Mary, 86 ; Peregrine, 86. 
Butt, Margaret Lucy, 96 ; William, 96, 148. 
Byrom, Ashton, 153 ; Margaret, 153. 



Caddy, Ann, IQ3: Rev. Thomas, 193. 

Cadogan, Lady Adelaide, in; Hon^-'^ Frederick 

William, III; George, Earl, III; Margaret Jane 

Caroline, III. 
Cairns, Hugh, Earl, 133; Lady Lilias Charlotte, 

133. 
Calcutta, Rt. Rev. George Edward Lynch Cotton, 

Bishop of, 1 50. 



219 



Caldecott, Andrew, 29. 

Caldwell, J., 29; Julia, 29. 

Callwell, Helen Lindsay Mary, 90. 

Caltliorpe, Lord, 31. 

Calvert, Colonel Archibald Motteux, 55, 56 ; Beatrice 
Hayward, 56; Constance, 55, 56; Edwin Montagu, 
34 ; Maud Marianne, 55 ; William Archibald, 

56- 
Campbell, Annette Binning, 33 ; Archibald, 33 ; 
Elizabeth, a ; James Birrell, 203 ; Janie, 203 ; 
Julia Constance, 67 ; W. Dugald, 67 ; William 
Dugald, 67. 
Canterbury, Most Rev. Archibald Campbell Tait, 

Archbishop of, 21. 
Capon, Julia, 67. 

Carbonell, Alice Mary, 154; Annie Victoria, 156; 
Arthur Francis, 156 ; Arthur Leycester William, 
157; Barbara Madelaine Honor, 155; Barton 
Hay, 158; Charlotte BecUford, 153, 158; Charlotte 
Maria, 15S; Diego Kavanagh, 156; Edith Frances, 
154; Edward Turner, 155; Edward Vincent, 156; 
Eleanor, 154; Elizabeth, 153; Elizabeth Frances, 
153; Ellen Sarah, 156; Emma, 158; Fanny, 
153, 1 58; Frances Anne, 156; Frances Mary, 
156; Rev. Francis Rohde, 155; Henry, 156, 
157; Hilda Rohde, 154; John, 153-155, 158; 
John Rouse, 155; John Tufnell, 153; Josephine 
Mary, 156; Katherine, 155; Katherine Dorinda, 
155; Katherine Mary, 155; Leila Mary, 154; 
Lestock Sydney, 156; Leycester Matthew, 156; 
Leycester Patrick, 156; Leycester William, 157; 
Margaret Alice, 155; Maria Charlotte, 154; 
Mary, 153, 154; Mary Patrick, 156; Mary Sophia, 
153 ; Morwenna Mary, 155 ; Robert Ambrose, 
155; Robert Douglas, 156; Robert Warren, 155; 
Sarah Ellen, 156; Sarah Mary, 154; Selina, 158; 
Selina Eleanor Mary, 157; Tufnell Matthew, 
:57 ; Tufnell Rouse, 155; Violet Victoria, 156; 
William Charles, 154, 156; William Leycester 
Rouse, 155. 
Cardigan, Robert, Earl of, 132, 133, 141. 
Carpenter, James Thomas, 113; Mary, 113. 
Carter, Rev. George, 67 ; Jane Ashfield, 67 ; 

Rosamond, 115: Theophilus, 115. 
Castleton, Lillian Margaret, 41 ; W., 41 ; W. Arthur, 

41. 
de Castro, Florence Ellen, 118; James, 118. 
Caswell, Maria, 214; Thomas, 214. 
Cave, Alfred G. , 84 ; Emily, 84. 
Challis, Mary Ann, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 
Channing, Eliza Charlotte, 33; John, 33. 
Chaplin, Caroline, 6 ; Cecil, 4 ; Charles, 3, 6 ; 
Elizabeth, 3, 6 ; George, 126 ; Robert, 175 ; 
Sophia, 175; Thomas, 6. 
Chapman, Rev. Edward Martin, 172; Rev. Emerson, 

172; Mary Caroline, 172; — , 39. 
Charlton, Alicia, 207 ; Philip, 207. 
Charter, Evelyn Maud, 200 ; Harriet, 200 ; William 

Boileau, 200. 
Chatfield, Charlotte, 139; George, 139. 
Chetwode, Dame Alice Hester Camilla, 22 ; Daine 
Alice Jane, 22, 184; Lieut. -Colonel Sir George, 
Bt., 22, 1S4 ; Helen, 45; Lady Henrietta, 97; 
Henrietta Dorothy, 97 ; Sir John, Bt., 45, 97 ; 
Laura Grey, 184; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Philip 
Walhouse, Bt., 22. 
Chetwynd, Dame Charlotte Augusta, 21 ; Sir George, 

Bt., 21; Isabel Marian, 2i ; Walter Hill, 21. 
Chichester, Colonel Cornwallis Henry, 213 ; Rev. 
Edward Arthur, 52 ; Rev. George Vaughan, 52 ; 
Harriet Eleanor, 52 ; Isabel Catherine, 213 ; 
Mabel Isabel, 213; Hon'^''^ Mary Agnes, 52; 
William, Lord O'Neill, 52. 
Child, Robert, 76, 78; Sarah, 76; Sarah Anne, 76. 
Child- Villiers, Hon"': Frederick William, 78 ; George, 
Earl of Jersey, 78 ; Sarah Sophia, Countess of 
Jersey, 78. 
Childs, Anna Maria, 204; Harriet, 204; John, 204. 



Cholmondeley, George James, Earl of, 8. 

Christie, Alexander, 1S6; Annie ToUitt, 186; Elsie 

Bonham, Aiidendti, pcige liil. ; Robert Bonham 

Bax, Addenda^ P^^g^ ^Hi- 
Claphain, Anne Emily Louisa, 16; Charles, 16. 
Clarke, Agnes Sarah, 102 ; Elizabeth May, 164; 

Rev. Thomas, 102. 
Clayton-Cowell, Alice Anne, 142 ; Dame Georgiana 

Elizabeth, 142; General .Sir John, 142. 
Clegg-Hill, Hont^i" Dorothy, 99 ; Hon"« Gerald 

Spencer, 99 ; Isabella Elizabelh, Viscountess Hill, 

99 ; Rowland Clegg, Viscount Hill, 99. 
Clifden, Henry, Viscount, 109. 
Clive, Robert, Lord, 180. 

Cloet^, Charlotte .Sophia, 90 ; Judge Henry, 90, 
Clunes, Elizabeth, 139. 
Coaks, Charlotte Eleanor, 37 ; Herbert, 37 ; Isaac 

Bugg. 37- 
Cobham, Claude Delaval, 86. 
Cochrane, Edward Warren Webber, 147; John, 147; 

Phyllis, 147. 
Cockburn, Elizabeth, 7 ; James Peel, 7 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 7. 
Coker, Cadwallader, 12 ; Sarah, 12. 
Colborn, Gertrude Mary, 187 ; Walter, 1S7. 
Coleridge, Rev. Frederick John, 151 ; Katherine 

Frances, 151 ; Mary Rennell, 23, 151 ; William 

Rennell, 23, 151. 
Coltman, Mary Mackenzie, 170; Philadelphia, 170; 

William foseph, 170. 
Comber, Rev. Charles Thomas, 128 ; Dorothy 

Marion, 128 ; Rohesia Mary, 128. 
Combermere, Caroline, Viscountess, 20 ; Sir Francis 

Lynch Wellington, Viscount, 21 ; Hazel Louisa, 

Viscountess, 21 ; Isabel Marian, Viscountess, 21 ; 

Sir Robert Wellington, Viscount, 21 ; F'ield-Marshal 

Sir Stapleton, Viscount, 20 ; Susan Alice, 

Viscoimtess, 21 ; Colonel Sir Wellington Henry, 

Viscount, 21 ; see Cotton and Stapleton-Cotton. 
Constable, Anne, 12; Edward, 12. 
Cooke, Wentworth Parsons, 58, 64. 
Cooke -Yarborough, Avis Frederica, 117; Mary 

Utten, 117 ; Richard, 117. 
Cookson, John, 199 ; Sarah, 199 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 

199. 
Coote, Charles, 28 ; Charlotte Catherine, 28. 
Copland, Edmund Pledger, 165. 
Coplestone, Frederick, 104 ; Mary Clifife, 104 ; Sarah 

Janet, 104. 
Coplestone -Boughey, Alfred Fletcher, 104 ; John 

Fenton, 104 ; Mary Cliffe, 104 ; see Boughey. 
Corcor, Chambre, 135. 
Corduer, Editha Plantagenet, 68 ; Rev. Edward 

James, 68 ; General James Edward, 68. 
Cornell, Elizabeth, 184; William A. C, 184. 
Cornwallis, Charles, Marquess, 180; Lady Jemima, 

180. 
Corrie, Edgar, 153 ; Elizabeth, 153 ; Margaret, 

153- 

Cory, Elizabeth, 95 ; Esther, 95 ; Robert, 95. 

Cotterell, Ehzabeth, 192 ; Thomas, 192. 

Cotton, Lady Anna Maria, 20 ; Dame Frances, 20 ; 
Very Rev. George, 150; Rt. Rev. George Edward 
Lynch, Bishop of Calcutta, 150; George Henry 
Coleridge, 151; Very Rev. James Henry, 150; 
Joseph, 154; Katherine Maria, 150; Mary Headley, 
150; Robert Henry Stapleton, 20; Sir Robert 
Salusbury, Bt. , 20; Sarah, 154; Sophia Annie, 
150; Thomas Davenant, 150; Ursula Mary, 
152 ; see Combermere, Cotton-Jodrell and 
Stapleton-Cotton. 

Cotton-Jodrell, Dorothy Lynch, 151 ; Colonel Sir 
Edward Thomas Davenant, 23, 151 ; Dame Mary 
Rennell, 23, 151 ; Olive Harriet, 23, 152 ; see 
Cotton. 

Courtenay, Lady Charlotte, 97, 99 ; William, Earl of 
Devon, 97, 99 ; William, Viscount, 99. 

Cowley, Henry, Lord, 77. 



Cowper, Lady Adine Eliza Anne, 8l ; Anne Florence, 

Countess, 8l ; Catherine Emily, 84 ; Emily, 137 ; 

Frederick, 137; F. W., 84; George Augustus 

Frederick, Earl, 81 ; Hon'''= Henry Frederick, 81 ; 

Susan Lydia, 137. 
Cox, C, 113; Ellen Driscoll, 113; John, 195; 

Mabel Clara Adelaide, 113; Rebecca, 195; Susan, 

195; William Lewis Henry, 34. 
Cozens, John Robert, 43 ; Sarah, 43. 
Cranweli, Jane, 166; Louisa, 166; William, 166. 
Cripps, John Marten, 92 ; Rev. John Marten, 92 ; 

Marianne, 92. 
Crisp, Bernard Woodward, 205 ; Dame Catherine, 

204 ; Catherine Childs, 204 ; Charles Oak, 205 ; 
Daphne, 205 ; Eleanor Howes, 205 ; Elizabeth, 
204; Elsa Florence, 205; Sir Frank, Bt. , 204; 
Frank Morris, 204; Harriet, 204; Jane, 204; Joan 
Veronica, 205 ; John Shalders, 204; John Wilson, 

205 ; William, 204. 

Croker, Louisa Georgina, 38 ; Colonel Richard Hare, 
3S. 

Crosbie, Elizabeth, I ; Pierce, I. 

Crowley, Abraham Charles, 120; Beatrice Cicely, 
120; Charles Edmund Lucas, 120. 

Crush, Elizabeth Martha, 164, 165 ; Elizabeth Mary, 
164, 165; Isaac, 164, 165; Joseph, 164. 

Cubitt, Hon'"'' Adelaide Laura, 53; Adelaide Louisa, 
36, 39 ; Agnes, 39, 50, 54 ; Agnes Sally, 40 ; 
Albert George, 35 ; Alexander Edward, 37 ; 
Alice Emma, 36 ; Alice Mary, 35 ; Alicia Matilda, 
55 ; Alick George, 56 ; Alma Doris, 35 ; Angela 
Lucy, 36 ; Ann Elizabeth, 37 ; Anne, 5° > 
Annette, 35 ; Annette Binning, 33 ; Archibald 
Channing, 36 ; Colonel Archibald Cyril, 36, 39 ; 
Archibald Edward, 56 ; Arthur, 41 ; Arthur 
Lyttelton, 42 ; Arthur William, 34 ; Arthura, 54 ; 
Hon**'* Beatrice Hayward, 56 ; Benjamin, 33 ; 
Rev. Benjamin Lucas, 41, loi ; Bertha Annie, 
35; Caroline, 41, 54, loi ; Caroline Eliza, 34; 
Catharine, 39, 40 ; Catharine Elizabeth, 39 ; 
Catherine Cubitt, 35 ; Rev. Charles, 55 ; Charles 
Campl^ell, 36, 38 ; Charles George, 39 ; Charles 
George Edward, 39 ; Charles Guy, 56 ; Charles 
Percy, 42 ; Charlotte, 34, 36 {a>id Addenda, 
page xxiii.]; Charlotte Anne, 53; Charlotte 
Eleanor, 37 ; Charlotte Isabella, 38 ; Cicely 
Frances, 38 ; Edith Alberta, 35 ; Edith Grace, 
38 ; Edith Helen, 37 ; Edith Julia, 35 ; Edward 
George, 40; Lieut. -Colonel Edward George, 42; 
Edward Neville, 42 ; Edward Randall, 42 ; 
Edward Thomas, 39; Eliza, 51; Elizabeth, 33, 
35, 42, 51 ; Elizabeth Harriet, 35; Ellen, 51, 52; 
Ellen Harriett, 39 ; Ellen Mary, 39 ; Emily, 36 ; 
Emma, 40, 41, 54, loi ; Emma Catharine, 89; 
Ethel Frances, 42 ; Ethel Mary, 39 ; Eva Mary, 
37 ; Evelyn Ellen, 42 : Fanny, 39, 52 ; Fanny 
Cooper, 42 ; Fanny Maria, 40 ; Fanny Maria 
Gordon, 36 ; Florence Mary, 41 ; Frances, 33, 40; 
Frances Amelia, 34; Frances Mary, 41; Frank 
Lucas, 41 ; GeoflVey George, 51 ; George, 33, 40, 
52 ; George, Lord Ashcombe, 50 ; George Camp- 
bell, 33 ; George Frank Lucas, 41 ; George 
Justice, 33 ; George Woodbine, 40 ; Georgiana, 
40 ; Georgina Gertrude, 42 ; Gladys Edith, 42 ; 
Harriet, 36 (and Addenda, page xxih'.); Hon*"'' 
Helen Laura, 51; Henrietta Annette, 34; 
Henrietta Theodosia, 34 ; Colonel the Hon""-" 
Henry, 55 ; Henry Alexander, 33 ; Henry 
Archibald, 34, 55 ; Henry Finley, 34, 35 ; Henry 
Lawrence, 35 ; Herbert Campbell, 38 ; Ida 
Helena, 35 ; Irene Lucy, 35 ; Isabel Edith, 42 ; 
Isabel Janet, 39 ; Isabel Margaret, 39 ; James 
Edward, 39; Jonathan, 50; John Edmund, 39; John 
William Storey, 37 ; Julia, 35 ; Julia Helena, 37 ; 
Julia Lucy, 33 ; Juliet Daisy, 38 ; Ivatherine Julia, 
37 ; Kathleen Emily, 41; Laura, 52; Laura, Lady 
Ashcombe, 50; Leonard Frank, 35; Lewis, 39, 
51-53; Lillian Margaret, 41 ; Louisa Georgina, 38; 



Lucy, 53 ; Lucy Charlotte, 34 ; Lyttelton Lucas, 

41 ; Rev. Lyttelton Lucas, 41 ; Mabel, 42 ; 
Mabel Annette, 38 ; Mabel Georgina, 55 ; 
Margaret, 41 ; Margaret Elizabeth Lucas, 41 ; 
Margaret Grace, 34 ; Maria, 55 ; Marjorie Bertha, 
35; Mary, 33, 35, 38-40, 50; Mary Agnes, 50; 
llon^''"= Mary Agnes, 52; Mary Ann, 40, 50; 
Mary Annette, 34 ; .Mary Campbell, 33, 36 ; 
Hon''''= Maud .Mariamne, 55; Maud Mar)', 41; 
Hon''''' Mildred Sophia, 54 ; Nancy Octavia, 35 ; 
Nellie, 39; Percy Bailey Lucas, 41 ; Percy Neville, 

42 ; Ralph Cyril, 36 ; Roland Calvert, 56 ; Ronald 
Lucas, 41; Rosa, 53; Selina Fitzgerald, 36; 
Sophia, 51, 52 ; Thomas, 35, 40, 50, 51 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Thomas, 33 [and Addenda, page xxiii.); 
Thomas Campbell Paterson, 34 ; Thomas Ed- 
mund Wilfred, 52 ; Una Blanche, 42 ; William, 
36, 50-52 (and Addenda, page xxiii. ) ; Colonel 
William George, 38 ; William Hugh, 56 ; William 
Martin, 38 ; \Vinifred Agnes, 39 ; Winifred 
Maud Lucas, 41 ; see Ashcombe and Riccardi- 
Cubitt. 

Cullen, Family Sophia Caroline, 88 ; Jane Elizabeth, 
88; William Henry, 88. 

Cumniings, Rev. Charles James, 197 ; Florence 
Mary, 197; Sidney George, 197. 

Currie, Archibald, 39 ; Very Rev. Edward Reid, 
158, 183; Isabel Margaret, 39. 

Curtis, Dame Anne, 12; Catherine, 199; Constable, 
13; Emma, 12; Thomas A., 199; Sir William, 
Bt., 12. 

Curzon, Hon*"'* Adelaide Ida, 140; Adelina Brudenell, 
138 ; Hon'''" Amelia Sophia Charlotte, 213 ; 
Annie Mary Eleanor, Lady Zouche, 212 ; Arthur 
Wardlaw, 138; Assheton, 136 ; Assheton, Viscount, 
132, 212 ; Hon*"'" Augusta Latham, 138 ; Hon'"''' 
Beatrice Louisa Margaret, 137; Blanche Katherine, 
214; Cecil, 213; Chambre George William Penn, 
135; Charles Ernest Basset Lothian, 137; Charlotte 
Gertrude, 138; Hon'='« Darea, 212 (and Addenda, 
page /xxii.) ; Dorothy, Viscountess, 212; Edith, 
137 ; Lady Edith Cecilia, 135 ; Hon"' Edward 
Cecil, 213 ; Eleanor, 136 ; Hon''''' Eleanor Young, 
135; Hon'''" Emily, 137; Emily Anne, 214; 
Hon'''" Emily Julia, 212 ; Hon'''" Emily Marie, 
140; Ernest Charles Penn, 137; Colonel the 
Hon*"" Ernest George, 13S ; Honi"'" Esme, 141 ; 
Ethel, 136; Lady Evelyn Alice, 135; Evelyn 
Ellis Isabella, 135; Lieut. -Colonel Fitzroy Edmund 
Penn, 13S; Francis Richard Henry Penn, Viscount, 
134, 141 ; Captain the Hon'''" Frederick, R.N., 
134; Hon'''" Frederick Graham, 135; Colonel 
George Augustus, 213 ; Hon'''" George Augustus 
William, 132; Lady Georgiana Charlotte, 136; 
Hon'''" Harriet Anne, 212; Harriet Annie Augusta, 
139; Harriette Anne, 214; Henry, 136; Hon'''" 
Henry Dugdale, 135 ; Hilda Georgiana Susan, 
137 ; Leicester, 132 ; Lorna Katherine, 137 ; 
Mabel Isabel, 213 ; Hon'''" Marianne, 132 ; 
Mary, 134, 141 ; Mary, Countess Howe, 132 ; 
Mary, Viscountess, 134, 141 ; Lady Mary Anna, 
141; Mary Cecil, 213; Mary Ellen, 139; Mary 
Florence, 213 ; Mary Louisa Anne Frances 
Josephine Martha, 213; Millicent, 135; Hon"" 
Minnie Ellis Gertrude, 135 ; Colonel the Hon'''" 
Montagu, 134, 141 ; Nina, 135 ; Nina Eleanora, 
137 ; Hon'''" Penn Assheton, 132 ; Admiral Richard, 
Earl Howe, 132; Robert, Lord Zouche, 212; 
Hon**'" Robert, 212 ; Robert Lothian William, 
138; Robert Nathaniel Cecil George, Lord Zouche, 
212 (and Addenda, page /.xxii.); Sophia Charlotte, 
Lady Howe, 132 ; Sybil, 136 ; Walberga Mary, 
214 ; Hon'''" William Henry, 137 ; William 
Montagu, 141 ; Colonel William Southwell, 214; 
see Howe, Smyth and Zouche. 

Curzon- Howe, Lady .Adelaide Ida, So ; Hon'''" Alice 
Anne, 142 ; Anne Frances, Countess Howe, 132, 
141 ; Admiral the Hon'''" Sir Assheton Gore, 142 : 



Asshelon Penn, 142 ; Hon'''= Edwaid Richard 
Assheton Penn, 134; Elizabeth Anne, 142; Francis 
Richard Henry Penn, Viscount Curzon, 134, 141 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel George Augustus Frederick Louis, 
Earl Howe, 133; Georgiana Elizabeth, Countess 
Howe, 134; Hon'''<= Georgiana Mary, 134: Lady 
Harriet Alice, 133 ; Harriet Georgiana, Countess 
Howe, 132, 141 ; Harriet Mary, Countess Howe, 
133 ; Isabella Maria Catherine, Countess Howe, 
133; Joyce Mary, 142; Leicester Charles Assheton 
St. John, 142 ; Mary, Viscountess Curzon, 134, 
141 ; Sir Richard George Penn, Earl Howe, 134 ; 
Richard William Penn, Earl Howe, 80, 132, 141 ; 
General Sir Richard William Penn, Earl Howe, 
133 ; Victoria Alexandrina Alice, 142; see Howe. 
Cuthell, Andrew, 50; Mary Agnes, 50. 



D 



Dabbs, Arthur, 154 ; Mary, 154. 

Dalrymple, John Apsley, 213 ; Louisa Frances, 213. 

Daniell, Amelia Sophia Charlotte, 213 ; James, 213. 

Darroch, Ann, lOO ; Duncan, 100 ; Elizabeth 
Mabws, 100. 

Dartmouth, Frances, Countess of, 108 ; George, Earl 
of, 108. 

Dashwood, Charlotte Louisa, 5 ; Charlotte Sophia, 
10; Emma Blanche, 12; Louisa Hay, 5, 6; 
Thomas, 5, 6, 10. 

Davenport, Emily Anne, 195; William, 195. 

Davison, Emma, 5 ; Walter, 5. 

Dawson, Margaret, 37. 

Day, Mary Anne, 42 ; Starling, 42. 

Dayrell, Elizabeth, 104 ; Marmaduke, 104 ; Mildred 
Rebecca, 104 ; Rev. Robert William, 104. 

Deacon, Bella, 124. 

Deakin, Elizabeth Sarah, 192 ; John Bickerton, 192 ; 
Robert, 192. 

Dean, Elizabeth, 33. 

Decies, William, Lord, 7. 

Deeley, John, 4. 

Denison, Grace Augusta, Countess of Londesborough, 
82 ; Henrietta Sophia, 135 ; John, 135 ; Sir 
William Francis Henry, Earl of Londesborough, 
82. 

Desborough, Ethel Anne Priscilla, Lady, 82 ; Sir 
William Henry, Lord, 82. 

Devenish, George, 85 ; Mary Pauline, 85. 

Devon, William, Earl of, 97, 99. 

Dewar, — , 158. 

Dick, Emma, 8 ; Lorna Katherine, 137 ; Mungo, 8 ; 
Quintin, 137 ; see Hume. 

Dicken (Dickene), Frances Mary, no; Thomas, no. 

Dimsdale, Alice, 206 ; Amy Ursula, 207 ; Cecilia 
Annie, 206 ; Cecilia Jane, Lady, 206 ; Cecilia 
Mabel Lucinda, 206 ; Charles John, Hon'''= Baron, 
206 ; Charles Robert Southwell, Hont"'" Baron, 
206 ; Diana, 207 ; Edward Charles, 207 ; Edward 
Thomas John, 207 ; Elsbeth, 207 ; Elsbeth South- 
well, 207 ; Erasmus Robert, 207 ; Finetta, Lady, 
206 ; James, 207 ; Jemima, Lady, 206 ; John 
Robert, 207 ; Katharine Joan, 207 ; Lucy Maud 
Mary, 208 ; Mabel Sophia, Lady, 206 ; Marcus 
Southwell, 207 ; Mary Monica, 208; Peter Wilfred, 
208 ; Priscilla, 208 ; Reginald Thomas, 207 ; 
Robert, Hon"': Baron, 206 ; Robert, 20S ; Rose- 
mary Wynford, 207 : Thomas Edward, 207 ; 
Ursula Katherine, 206 ; Wilfred Hampden, 207 ; 
Wilfred Philip, 208. 
Dixon, Evelyn Blanche Stopford, 16 ; Frances Amy 
Georgina, 16; Kennett, 16; Robert, 79; Spencer, 
16. 
Dodge, Lsetitia, 65 ; Rachel, 65 ; William, 65. 
Dolenian, John, 114; Olive, n4. 
Douglas, Anne, 92 ; Lydia JLary, 95 ; Maria Edith, 
92 ; Admiral Peter, 95 ; Rev. Stair, 92 ; Rear- 
Admiral Stair, 92. 



Dover, George James Welbore, Lord, 109. 

Downey, Captain Arthur William, R. N. , 60 ; Harriet, 

60. 
Downs, Rev. John, 34 ; Mary Annette, 34. 
Downshire, Arthur Blundell, Marquess of, 21 ; 

Arthur Wills Blundell Sandys Trumbull Windsor, 

Marquess of, 20 ; Caroline Frances, Marchioness 

of, 20. 
Dowse, Colonel, 173 ; Louisa, 173. 
Drew, Dorothy Mary Catherine, 93 ; Rev. Canon 

Henry, 93 ; Mary, 93. 
Drewe, Rev. Herman, 86 ; Sarah, 86. 
Drummond, Colin, 83 ; Harriet Sarah Monk, 13 ; 

John, S3; Katherine, 83; Robert Preston, 13; 

Lady Susan, 83. 
Drummond-Hay, Mary Teresa, 96; Theresa .^nn, 

96 ; Colonel Thomas Robert, 96. 
Drysdale, John, 157 ; Colonel Robert Carstairs, 157 ; 

Selina Eleanor Mary, 157. 
Du Boulay, Rev. William Thomas, 174. 
Du Cane, Louis Charles, 184. 
Ducie, Sarah, Lady, 76. 
Duesbery, Mary, 159. 
Dumas, Henry John Philip, 54. 
Duncombe, Rev. Edward, 151 ; Emma Susan, 151 ; 

Francis Harold, 96 ; Hon'''" Gertrude, 141 ; 

Theresa Ann, 96; William, Lord Feversham, 141. 
Dundas, Hon"« Robert, 81. 
Durant, Rev. John, 192 ; Margaret, 192. 
Durr, Daniel, "86; Rosetta, 86. 

Duxfield, Kathleen Emily, 41 ; Robert Dickinson, 41. 
Dykes, Helen, 201 ; John, 201. 



Eager, John, 118; Lucy Frances, 118. 

Eardley-Wilmot, Rev. Edward Revell, 126; Elizabeth 
Emma, 126; Emma Hutchinson, 126; Frances 
Anne, 126; Sir John Eardley, Bt., 126. 

Easson, Mary Utten, n7; William, W]. 

Easther, Rev. Charles, 87 ; Marion Jane, 87. 

Eaton, Blanche Elizabeth, 182; Charles Ormston, 
182 ; Elizabeth Jane, 182 ; Mary, 189 ; Mary 
Lsabella Emma, 182; Stephen Ormston, 182; 
Thomas, 189. 

Eddie, Richard Adrian, 174. 

Edwards, Alfred, n2; Ethel, n2; Thomas H., 
n2. 

Ekins, Agnes, 128 ; Anna Matilda, 127 ; Anne, 
125 ; Audrey Emma, 12S ; Caroline Susanna, 
127 ; Charles, 125 ; Rev. Charles, 125 ; Major- 
General Charles Chester, 126 ; Charles Maxwell, 
128; Christine Mary Dorothy, 128; Delitia, 126; 
Dorothy Marion, 128; Eliza, 127; Emily Mary, 
126; Emma, 127; Frances Anne, 126; Francis 
Harry, 127; George Ernest, 126; George William 
Bramfield, 127; Harriett, 125; Henry Charles 
Warre, 127; Rev. Jeflery, 125; John, 125; Very 
Rev. John, 125; John Robert Warre, 128; Julia, 
125; Julia Frances, 126; Mabel Haynes, 127; 
Marie, 127, 128; Marion Elisabeth, 127; Mary, 
125, 127; Mary Emily Radcliffe, 126 ; Rev. 
Reginald F'orbes, 128; Rev. Robert, 127; Rev. 
Robert Charles Warre, 128; Sara, 128; Susannah, 
125; Sybil, 127; Viola, 127. 

Eldon, John, Earl of, 7. 

Eliot, Ann Rosemary Bridget, 184 ; Arthur Ernest 
Henry, 184 ; Blanche Elizabeth, 182 ; Lady 
Caroline Georgiana, 181 ; Catherine, Lady, 180; 
Colonel the Hon'"'" Charles George Cornwallis, 
184 ; Hon'''" Charlotte, 180 ; Lady Charlotte 
Sophia, 182 ; Christian Edward Cornwallis, 184 ; 
Christian Philip Charles, 184 ; Clare Louisa, 184 ; 
Hon'''" Constance Rhiannon, 184 ; Edward, Lord, 
iSo ; Edward Cornwallis, 1S2 ; Edward Granville, 
184; Edward Granville, Earl of St. Germans, 
180; Edward Henry John Cornwallis, Lord, 183; 



Edward John Cornwallis, Lord, l8i ; Elizabeth, 
184; Elizabeth Harriet, 182; Emily Harriet, 
Countess of St. Germans, 183 ; Evelyn Radigund, 
182 ; Florence Maud, 184 ; Frederica Betty Corn- 
wallis, 184 ; Lady Georgiana Augusta, 180 ; 
Germaine Elizabeth Olive, 183 ; Hon''''' Granville 
Charles Cornwallis, 182; Granville John, 182; 
Helen Agnes, 183 ; Henry Cornwallis, Earl of 
St. Germans, 183 ; Jemima, Countess of St. 
Germans, 180; John, Earl of St. (Jermans, 180; 
John Granville Cornwallis, Earl of St. Germans, 
183; Laura Grey, 184; Hon*''" Letitia, iSo; Lady 
Louisa Susan Cornwallis, 182; Montague Charles, 
183 ; Peter Charles, 184 ; Susan, Countess of 
St. Germans, 180; Lady Susan Caroline, 181 ; 
William, Earl of St. Germans, 180; William 
Gordon Cornwallis, Earl of St. Germans, 182 ; 
see St. Germans. 

Elliot, Catherine, 91; Rev. Henry Lettsom, 91. 

EUiston, Catherine, 180; Edward, 180. 

Elton, Sir Edmund Harry, Bt., 87. 

Emerson, Edith Helen, 37; Lewis Wilkins, 37. 

Emmerson, Ann, 197 ; Charles, 196 ; Elizabeth, 
196; Henry, 197. 

Eustace, Catherine Maria, 121 ; Rev. Charles, 
121. 

Evans, Anne, 185 ; Elinor Bulkely, 84, 85 ; Eliza, 
117; Rev. Humphrey, 84, 85; John, 185. 

Evelyn, Jane, i. 

Everard, Harriet, 146 ; John Breedon, 146 ; Samuel 
Mumford, 146; Violet, 146. 

Eyre, Lady Evelyn Alice, 135 ; Henry Richard, 
135 ; Henry Samuel, 154 ; Rev. Henry Samuel, 
154; Isabella Catherine, 13S ; John, 135; Maria 
Charlotte, 154; Walpole, 154; Walpole Edwin, 
154. 



Fane, Adelaide Ida, Countess of Westmorland, 80, 
140; Adeline, 11 ; Lady Adine Eliza Anne, 81 ; 
Agnes, 9; Alice, 10; Hon"''" Anne, i, 77 ; Anne 
Charlotte, i ; Anne Christina, 10 ; Anthony 
Mildmay Julian, Earl of Westniorlaml, 81, 140 ; 
Augusta, 6, II; Augusta, Lady Burghersh, 76, 
83 ; Lady Augusta, 78, 79 ; Augusta Cecily, 10 ; 
Lady Augusta Fanny, 1 1 ; Augusta .Selina Eliza- 
beth, Lady Burghersh, 79 ; Augustus John, 77 ; 
Blanche Anne, 1 1 ; Caroline, 6, 7 ; Caroline 
Anne, 5; Cecil Francis William, II; Cecily, 8; 
Charles, 76 ; Colonel Charles, i ; Charles Edward 
Thorold, 5; Charles George Cecil, II ; Hon'''" 
Charles Saunders John, 77, 79 ; Charles William, 
1 1 ; Lady Charlotte Matilda Georgiana, 81 ; Cicely 
Grace Augusta, 8 ; Cicely Harriette, 1 1 ; I^ady 
Cicely Jane Georgiana, 76: Rev. Edward, 2. 11 ; 
Edward George Robert, 3 ; Elizabeth, 3, 7 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 83; Elizabeth Christine, 11; Elizabeth 
Sarah, 2; Ellen Muriel, 11; Lady Enid Victoria 
Rachel, 81 {and Addenda, page Ixx.) ; Emily, 3 ; 
Emily Maria, 6, 8 ; Emma, 4, 5 ; Ernest Fitzroy 
Neville, Lord Burghersh, 79 ; Ethel Anne Priscilla, 
82 ; Evelina .\ugusta Antonia Evelina, 79 ; Fanny 
Elisa, 7 ; Florence Mary Anna, 9 ; Frances Marj', 
4 ; Colonel Francis Augustus, 6, 11; Francis 
Christopher, 10; Francis William Henry, Earl of 
Westmorland, 80, 1 40 ; Rev. Frederic, 7 ; Frede- 
rick William, 5 ; George Augustus, 7 ; George 
Augustus Frederick John, Lord Burghersh, 78 ; 
George Nevile John, Lord Burghersh, 80 ; 
Georgiana Ellen, 4 ; Lady Grace Augusta, 82 ; 
Grace Susan, 7 ; Harriett, 8 ; Harriette .-Knne, 3, 
10 ; Helen Beatrice, 9 ; Helen Violet, 7 : Hon'''= 
Henry, I, 83 ; Lieut. -General Sir Henry, i ; 
Henry Prinsep, 9 ; Colonel Hon'>''= Henry Sutton, 
78 ; Henrj' William Newman, 10 ; Hester 
Caroline, 6 ; Isabella Mar)', 10 ; Jane, Countess 



of Westmorland, 76 ; John, Earl of Westmorland, 
76, 77, 83 ; Hon"' John Arthur, 78 ; John Francis 
Henry, 82; John Lionel Richard, II; Lieut. - 
Colonel John Thomas, 77 ; Julia Charlotte, 10 ; 
Hon'''' Julian Henry Charles, 81 ; Lionel Arthur 
Cecil, II ; Lilla Ellen Gertrude, 10; Louisa Anne 
Fleming, 5, 133 ; Louisa Hay, 5, 6; Lady Mar- 
garet Mary, 82 ; Maria, 2, 1 1 ; Lady Maria, 80 ; 
Maria Louisa Priscilla, 78 ; .Marianne Shrimpton, 
77 ; Lady Mary, 83 ; Mary Eliza Caroline, 4 ; 
General Mildmay, 9 ; Mildmay Edward, 6 ; 
Millicent Emma Rachel, 8 ; Hon'''"= Montague 
Augustus Villiers, 79 ; Hon''"" Mountjoy John 
Charles Wedderbum, 81 ; Nevile, 2, 4 ; Priscilla 
Anne, Countess of Westmorland, 77 ; Hon*''" 
Priscilla Eleanor, 82 ; Rachel Louisa, 6 ; Ralph 
Neville, 6 ; Robert George Cecil, 10 ; Lady Rose 
Sophia Mary, 82 ; Sarah Anne, Countess of 
Westmorland, 76 ; Lady Sarah Sophia, 78 ; 
Sophia, 2 ; Susan, Countess of Westmorland, 76, 
S3 ; Lady Susan, 83 ; Susan Millicent, 6 ; Sybil 
Mary, Countess of Westmorland, 81 ; Thomas, 
Earl of Westmorland, I, 76; Lieut. -Colonel Hon'''" 
Thomas, 77 ; Vere, 3 ; Vere Anthony Francis 
St. Clair, Lord Burghersh, 81 ; Lady Violet 
Gloria Sybil, 81 ; Major- General Walter, 9 ; 
William, 5, 6, 77, 133 ; William Dashwood, 6, 76 ; 
William Vere Reeve, 9 ; see Burghersh, Hamlyn- 
Fane and Westmorland. 

Farr, John, 112; Mary, 112. 

Farrer, Rev. Frederic, 124; Georgina Anne, 124. 

Feilding, Anne Catherine, Viscountess, 98 ; Hon'''' 
Anne Henrietta, 98 ; Rev. the Hon""'' Everard 
Robert Bruce, 98 ; Major-General William Robert 
Basil, Viscount, 98. 

Fellowes, Albinia Bourke, 86; Ann, 35 ; Anne Lucy, 
88 ; Augustus John Bourke, 86 ; Rev. Augustus 
William Dorset, 87 ; Bourke, 88 ; Caroline Agnes 
Helen, 87 ; Carohne D'Albedyhill, 86 ; Charles 
Henry, 86 ; Charlotte Mary Anne, 88 ; Rev. 
Edmund Fearon Burrell Bourke, 86, 87 ; Ellen 
Emma, 86 ; Elsie Doris, 85 ; Emily Sophia 
Caroline, 88 ; Ethel May, 86 ; Florence Harriet 
Bourke, 87 ; Frances Mary, 85 ; Georgiana Frances, 
88 ; Georgiana Jane, 88 ; Harold Ernest Fearon, 
86 ; Harriet, 87 ; Helena Louisa, 87 ; Henrietta 
Mary Bourke, 86 ; Henry, 85 : Rev. Henr}', 86 ; 
Helen Louisa, 87 ; Hugh Percy, 88 ; Isabella 
Mar)- Jane, 86 ; Sir James, 86 ; Jane Elizabeth, 
88 ; Rev. John, 35 ; Julia Willoughby, 86 ; Lucy 
Helen Maud, 87 ; Marion Georgina, 88 ; Marion 
Jane, 87 ; Mary, 35, 86 ; Mary Judith, 86 ; Robert, 
35 ; Rosetta, 86 ; William, 86, 88 ; William Henry, 
88. 

Felton, Eliza, 115; Thomas, 115. 

Fenton, Anne, 97 ; John, 97. 

Ferrari, Giuseppina (jiuditta Amadea, 163. 

Festing, Captain Benjamin Morting, R.N., 157 ; 
Caroline Jane, 157 ; Major-General Sir Francis 
Worgan, 157 ; Dame Selina Eleanor Mary, 157. 

Feversham, William, Lord, 141. 

Finch, Charles Wightwick, Earl of Aylesford, 108 ; 
Ella Victoria, Countess of Aylesford, 108 ; Lady 
Frances, loS ; Hon'''" Georgiana Agnes, 108 ; 
Heneage, Earl of Aylesford, 108. 

Fingall, Arthur James, Earl of, 213. 

Finley, Catharine, 33 ; Rev. Justice, 33, 40 ; Mar)-, 
33, 40. 

Fisher, Clement Ireby, 31; Florence Lucy, 31; 
Rev. George Hutchinson, 31. 

Fitch, Alice Mary, 35 ; Rev. Frederic, 35. 

FitzGeorge, Colonel George William Adolphus, 26 ; 
Rosa Frederica, 26. 

Fitzgerald, James David, 198; Mary Anne, 19S. 

Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth, 8; Patrick Persse, 8. 

FitzRoy, Almeric William, 141 ; Rev. Lord Charies 
Edward, 141 ; Esme, 141 ; Francis Horatio, 141 ; 
Hon'''" Gertrude. 141. 



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Fitzroy, Anne, Lady Southampton, lo8 ; Charles, 

Lord Southampton, loS ; Hon''i= Emily, io8. 
Fletcher, Alice Vaughan, 58 ; Dame Anne, 97 ; 

Augusta Franklyn, 58 ; Charlotte Ann, 21 ; 

Charlotte Catherine, 193 ; Jacob Fletcher Ellis, 

21 ; lane Maria, 58 ; Rev. John Waltham, 58 ; 

Robert, 193; Sir Thomas, Bt., 97; Walter John, 

58 ; Walter Townshend, 58 ; Rev. William, 58. 
Flint, Anne Jane, 143 ; John Thomas Edward, 143. 
Floyd, Clara Isabella, "115; Elizabeth Amy, 115; 

George, 115 ; Walter Grosvenor, 115. 
Fludyer, George, 83 ; Lady Mary, 83 ; Sir Samuel, 

Bt., 83. 
Forbes, Loetitia Mary, 126 ; Robert, :26. 
Ford, Charles Bell, 125; Charles Bell Eustace, 126; 

Fanny Thomasina, 126 ; John, 125; Mary, 125; 

Mary Emily Radclifife, 126 ; Rev. Richard 

Wilbraham, 125 ; William, 126. 
Forester, Cecil, Lord, 133; Cecil Theodore, Lord, 

123- 
Fortescue, Hon'"'" Arthur Grenville, :o ; Hugh, Earl, 
2, 10 ; Hon''''= Lilla Ellen Gertrude, 10 ; Lady 
Mar)', 2. 
Foster, Charles, 42, 95 ; Colonel Charles Edward, 
27 ; Rev. Charles Sandes, 165 ; Charlotte, 42 ; 
Charlotte Jemima, 165; Evelyn Frances, 27; 
Georgina Gertrude, 42 ; Dame Mary Anne, 42 ; 
Sir William, Bt., 42. 
Fowler, Elizabeth Mary, 207 ; William, 207. 
Fo.x, Anne Katharine, 124; Daniel Makinson, 124; 
Mary, 123, 174; WiUiam, 123, 174; Rev. William 
Russell, 124; William Vigor, 174. 
Francklin, Edward, 5. 

Frankland, Dame Charlotte, 213; Sir Frederick 

William Francis George, Bt., 213; Dame Lucy 

Ducarel, 213 ; Dame Mary Cecil, 213 ; Lieut. - 

Colonel Sir William Adolphus, Bt., 213. 

Franklin, Lady Edith Cecilia, 135 ; Harry Walter, 

135; James, 135. 
Eraser, Alexander, Lord Saltoun, 212 ; Hon*"'' Annie 

Mary Eleanor, 212. 
Frederick, George Septimus, 96 ; Mary Teresa, 96 ; 

Richard Rising, 96. 
Frere, George Edgar, 153-155. 
Frewen, Katharine Maria, 122 ; Richard, 122 ; 

Thomas, 122. 
Friend, Fanny Cooper, 42 ; Frederick, 42. 
Fripp, Ada, 189; Ada Elizabeth, 187; Alfred 
Downing, 188 ; Sir Alfred Downing, 190 ; Alfred 
Ernest, 189; Alfred Thomas, 190; Alfreda Jane 
Sidney, 189; Alice, 188, 190; Anna Caroline, 
185; Anne Dalton, 18S; Annie Dalton, 188; 
Annie ToUett, 186; Arthur Pocock, 190; Barbara 
Inncs, i85 ; Betty Agnes, 190 ; Catherine 
Marianne, 187 ; Charles Arthur Innes, 185 ; 
Charles Edwin, 189; Charles I'ercival, 186; Rev. 
Charles Spencer, 186 ; Christina, 190 ; Clara, 
185; Clementine, 189; Clifford Russell, 190; 
Constance, 187; Dorothea, 190; Dorothy, 185, 
190; Dorothy Innes, 188; Dorothy Margaret, 
186; Edgar, 190; Edgar Innes, 191 ; Edith, 185; 
Edith A., 18S ; Edith Caroline, 191 ; Edith 
Eleanor, 189 ; Edith Innes, 1S5 ; Edith Jane 
Spencer, 189 ; Edith Mary, 191 ; Edward Bowles, 
186; Edward Sidney, 189; Eliza Banister, 188; 
Ethel, 187 ; Ethel Innes, 187 ; Frances Dorothea, 
191 ; Francis Edward Bowles, 187 ; Geoffrey 
Innes, 186; George, 190; George Arthur, 1S6 ; 
George Christie, 186; George Mackay, 190; 
George Pollock, 186; George Utting, 188; 
Gertrude Mary, 187 ; Gertrude Maude, 191 ; 
Harold Edward Innes, 187 ; Henry Charles Innes, 
186 ; Henrj- Edward, 187, 188 ; Henry Renwick, 
189 ; Herbert Innes, 185 ; Humphrey William, 
191 ; Jocelyne Mary, 191 ; Leopold Henry, 187; 
Leslie Percival Thomas, 191 ; Lois Gertrude, 189; 
Madeleine Catherine, 187 ; Maggie Maclure, 185 ; 
Margaret Cecely, 190; Margaret Honor, 187; 



Dame Margaret Scott, 190; Marian Sidney, 189; 
Marjorie, 187 ; Marjorie Innes, 185 ; Mary, 186, 
189, 190; Mary Anne, 185, 186; Mary Isabella, 
1S6; Mary Lillian, 186; May Innes, 186; Paul, 
191 ; Paul Henry, 187 ; Percival Kossuth, 187 ; 
Percy Charles Innes, 185; Reginald Edward, 191 ; 
Robert, 190; Robert Mackay, 190 ; Rose, 190 ; 
Samuel, 185 ; Samuel Charles, 1.S5 ; Rev. Samuel 
Charles, 185 ; Samuel William, 191 ; Sidney 
Bowles, 189; Stephen Innes, l85; Susan Beatrice, 
187; Thomas Morley, 191 ; Thomas William, 191 ; 
Venetia Sybil, 190 ; William Russell, 187 ; 
Winifred Beatrice, 186; Winifred Mary, 186. 

Frost, Emilie Isabelle, 118; George, 118. 

Fr}', Richard Henry, 188; Violet Evelyn, 188. 

Fuller, .\da Emma, 45 ; Rev. Arthur Rose, 200 ; 
Catherine, 199; General Charles Bowdler, 45; 
Eleanor, 198 ; Eliza, 198 ; Elizabeth, 198 ; Evelyn 
Maud, 200 ; Florence, 199 ; Henry James, 199 ; 
John Henry, 199 ; Rev. John Mee, 199 ; Josephine 
Theresa, 198 ; Laura Josephine Marie, 200 ; 
Margaret Elinor Rose, 200 ; Maria, 200 ; Mary 
Anne, 198; Mary Josephine Ethel, 19S; Rose, 
198, 199 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 199 ; Stephen Drake, 
200; Thomas, 198; Rev. Thomas, 198; Thomas 
Osborne Rose, 19S; William Algernon, 45. 

Fuller-Maitland, Hon'''"' Adelaide Laura, 53 ; Richard 
Anthony, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 

Furnivall, Charles Henry, 118 ; Lucy Frances Nodes, 
118 ; Madeline, 118. 



Gale, Caroline, 70 ; Edmund Estcourt, 70 ; Rev. 
Henry, 70 ; Rev. William Wilkins, 70. 

Garbutt, Elizabeth, 201 ; Mark, 201. 

Gardiner, Ann, 145 ; William, 145. 

Gardner, Elizabeth, 208 ; Robert, 208. 

Garforth, Maria Johanna, 171 ; Captain William, 
R.N., 171. 

Garrett, Emma Curtis, 12; John, 12. 

Gater, Ada Dorothy Stares, 44 ; Ada Emma, 45 ; 
Ada Mary, 44 ; Alice Sarah, 46 ; Beatrice Agnes, 
45 : Caleb Hammond, 44 ; Caleb William, 45 ; 
Charlotte, 43, 45 ; Cyril Edward Hammond, 45 ; 
Dorothy Harriet, 45 ; Edith Marianne. 43 ; 
Edward, 44, 46 ; Edward Henry, 44 ; Eleanor 
Charlotte, 44 ; Emma Laura, 45 ; Florence, 46 ; 
Frederick William, 44 ; George Henry, 43, 44 ; 
Henry Hammond, 43 ; Jacob, 43 ; John, 43 ; 
Laura Marianne, 45 ; Louisa Marianne, 44 ; Lucy 
Mary, 46 ; Margaret, 46 ; Marianne, 46 ; Sarah, 
43, 44 ; Sarah Hammond, 43 ; William Bracher, 
45; William Henry, 44; Winifred Beatrice, 45. 

Geidt, Agnes Ellen, 124; Bella, 124; Rev. Bernard, 
124 ; Bernard George, 124. 

Gent, Honoria, 27 ; General William, 27. 

Gentilli, Sara, 128. 

Gepp, Ada Marjorie, 160; Alan Francis, 164; Alfred 
Hugh, 167 ; Alice, 165 ; Alice Mabel, 167 ; Alice 
Mary, 164 ; Alice Philippa, 164 ; .\mabel Naomi, 
167; Amy Eleanor, 166; Ann, 159; Anna Maria, 
159, 166; Anna Maria Georgiana, 159; Anna 
Sutton, 168 ; Anne Parker, 161 ; Antony, 169 ; 
.•\rthur Francis, 167 ; Arthur Hubert, 164; Arthur 
Mildmay, 165 ; Arthur Walter, 168 ; Blanche 
Edith, 165 ; Carmela Inez, 163 ; Charles Bramston 
Osborne, 162 ; Charles Francis, 166 ; Charles 
George, 166; Rev. Charles Granville, 165; Charles 
William Brewster, 163 ; Charlotte Jemima, 165 ; 
Constance Emma, 161, 16S ; Damaris Editha, 169 ; 
Dorothy .Margaret, 167 ; Edith Louisa, 164, 167 ; 
Edith .Mar>-, 166; Edward, 159; Rev. Edward, 
167 ; Edward Antony, 169 ; Edward Arthur, 
162, j66 ; Rev. Edward Francis, 167 ; Edward 
Marke, 159; Edward Philip, 164; Egerton 
Antony Hammond, 169; Eliza Jemima Mary, 167; 



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Elizabeth Martha, 164, 165; Elizabeth May, 164 ; 
Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 160, 162; Emma Elizabeth, 

161, 162; Emma Georgiana, 162; Emma Jane, 
162; Emma Sophia, 161, 162; Ena Louisa, 164; 
Ernest Cyril, 162; Ernest William, 164; Ethel 
Sarel, i6g ; Eva Mar.-, 167 ; Evelyn Marion, 162 ; 
Florence, 169 ; Frances, 162 ; Frances Mary, 162 ; 
Francis, 169; Francis George, 168; Francis Henry, 
164 ; Francis Sutton, 164 ; Francis William, 164, 
167 ; George Arthur, 163 ; George Asscr, 160, 

162, 164, 166; George Edward, 162; Rev. George 
Edward, 162; George Frederick Edward, 163; 
George Robert, 163 ; Gertrude Edith, 168 ; 
Gilbert Philip Melvill, 165 ; Giuseppina Giuditta 
Amadea, 163 ; Harriet Alice Lister, 165 ; Helen, 
164 ; Helen Gertrude, 166 ; Henry Alleyne, 166 ; 
Henry Hamilton, 160 ; Rev. Henry John, 
160; JJenry Walter, 160; Herbert Arthur, 164; 
Hermione Jane, 166 ; Hubert Majendie, l68 ; 
lima Sophia, 163 ; Ismena Emily, 164 ; Ismena 
Tindal, 166 ; Jane, 166 ; John Neville, 164 ; 
John Parker, 164 ; Julian Herbert, 167 ; 
Launcelot Charles, 166 ; Laurence Merrifield, 
166; Lewis Alleyne, 166; Libya Emma, 163; 
Louis O'Donnel Tindal, 165 ; Louisa, 164, 167 ; 
Margaret Elizabeth, 167 ; Margaret Jane, 164, 

166 ; Maria del Carmen, 163 : Maria Merelina 
Symonds, 165 ; Marjorie Hamilton, 160 ; Mary, 
159. 169 ; Mary Agnes Eldridge, 163 ; Mary Ann, 
163 ; Mary Constance, 164 ; Mary Lane, 160 ; 
Mary Noel, 160 ; Maude Violet, 167 ; Maurice, 
168; Merelina Muriel Ismena Tindal, 165; Miriam 
Helen, 160; Morgan Tindal, 165 ; Muriel, 164; 
Nicolas Mel\-ill, 163 ; Rev. Nicolas Parker, 164 ; 
Paul William, 16S ; Rita, 166 ; Robert Ernest, 

167 ; Rosalind Mar)', 160 ; Ruby Edna, 163 ; 
Sidney Tindal, 161 ; Sophia Jane, 161 ; Thomas 
Frost, 159 ; Thomas Morgan, 160, 168 ; Thomas 
Sydney, 160 ; Violet Alice Favel, 165 : Walter, 
167; Walter Payne, 161, 168; Wilfred Henry, 
167 ; Wilhelmina, 168 ; William Barlow, 164, 
166; William Tweddell, 164, 167; Winifred 
Hester, 165. 

Gibbings, Mary Woolley, 20; Robert, 20. 
Gibbons, Ann, 197; Mary, 197; Robert Stott, 197. 
Gibbs, Catherine, 43 ; Charlotte, 43 ; Emily Hasler, 

43 ; William, 43. 
Giffard, Lady Charlotte, 97, 99 ; Rev. Frederick 

Walter, 128 ; Henrietta Dorothy, 99 ; Louisa 

Paulina, 97; Rohesia Mar)', 12S; Thomas, 97, 99; 

Thomas Courtenay, 99; Walter Peter, 99. 
Gilbert, Alice Ensor, 84 ; Henrj- John, 84 j Thomas, 

84. 
Girardot, Emma, 175 ; Rev. John Chancourt, 175 ; 

Sophia, 175. 
Girdlestone, Harold Edward, 200; John Ward, 200; 

Laura Josephine Marie, 200. 
Girling, John Arthur, 106. 
Gladstone, Marj', 93; W'illiam Ewart, 93. 
Glaister, Mary Jane, 204 ; William Mungo, 204. 
Glass, James George Henr)', loi ; Noel Evelyn, loi. 
Glynn, Edward, 144. 
Goddard, Alexander, 146 ; Ann, 145 ; Annie, 145 ; 

Annie Eliza Blanche, 145 ; Diana Gertrude, 145 ; 

Ellen Henrietta, 146 ; Gertrude PhilUps, 145 ; 

Helen Margaret, 146 ; Henry, 145 ; Henry 

Gordon, 145 ; Henry Langton, 145 ; Henry 

Stonhewer, 146 ; Jessie Mary Josephine, 146 ; 

Joseph, 145 ; Josephine Mary, 146 ; Mabel, 147 ; 

Margaret Jessie, 147 ; Philip Leslie, 147 ; Phyllis, 

147; Silvia Harriet Gordon, 145; Violet, 146. 
Godson, Rev. Arthur Richard, 126. 
Golden, John, 174; Louisa, 174. 
Goodlass, Grace, 197; Mary, 197; Robert, 197. 
Goodman, Caroline Sarah, 16; Thomas, x6. 
Goodricke, Sir Francis Lyttleton Holyoake, Bt., loi. 
Goodwin, Ann, 90, 148 ; Chamberlain, 90, 148 ; 

Elizabeth, 148. 



Gordon, Catherine, Duchess of, 76 ; Oismo George, 

Duke of, 76, 83 ; Frederick, 145 ; George, 121 ; 

Gertrude Phillips, 145 ; Harriet, 145 ; Lady 

Susan, 76, 83 ; Sybella Elizabeth, 121 ; William, 

Earl of Aberdeen, 76. 
Gore, Hon'''^ Anne Frances, 132, 141 ; Augustus 

Frederick Wentworth, 214 ; Charles Arthur, 214 ; 

Emily Anne, 214; Dame Georgiana, 132; Vice- 

Admiral Sir John, 132, 141. 
Gosling, Colonel George, 3 ; Georgina, 3 ; Herbert, 

3 ; Robert, 3 ; see Hamlyn. 
Gough, Barbara, 31 ; Sir Henry, Bt., 31. 
Gouldsbury, Charles Elphinstone, 28 ; Maude 

Josephine, 28. 
Graeme, Captain, 187; Marjorie, 187. 
Graff, Mary, 189. 

Grant, Edith Bessie, 112; Admiral Henry Duncan, 112. 
Gray, Alexander, 72; Mary, 72. 
Green, John, 153. 
Greene, Eleanor Annie, 98 ; Eva Paulina, 98 ; John 

Smythies, 98; John Wollaston, 98. 
Greenhalgh, Charles, 186 ; Handel, 186 ; May 

Innes, 186. 
Greenhill, Benjamin Cuff, 195 ; Lavinia Flora 

Henrietta, 195. 
Greig, Alexander, 26, 28 ; Laura Eliza, 28 ; Sophia 

Julia, 26. 
von Greipel, Josephine Mary, 157; Judge, 157. 
Grenfell, Charles William, 82 ; Ethel Anne Priscilla, 

Lady Desborough, 82 ; Georgina Caroline, 82 ; 

Sir WilUam Henrj', Lord Desborough, 82. 
Grenville, Lady Louisa, 10. 
Greville, Caroline, 20; Meliora, 20; Captain William 

Fulke, R.N., 20. 
Grey, George Harry, Earl of Stamford and Earl of 

Warrington, 97 ; Lady Henrietta, 97. 
de Grey, Anne Florence, Lady Lucas, 81 ; Augusta 

Selina Elizabeth, Lady Walsingham, 79 ; Thomas, 

Lord Walsingham, 79; Thomas Philip, Earl, 81. 
Grice, Mary Anne, 117; Thomas, 117. 
Grimes, Lucinda, 173. 

Grimston, Mary Noel, 160; Walter Edward, 160. 
Grogan, Fanny, 15; Colonel George, 15. 
Grosvenor, Lady Dorothy, 212 ; Richard, Earl, 212. 
Guest, Lady Charlotte Elizabeth, 184 ; Constance 

Rhiannon, 1S4 : Ivor Bertie, Lord Wimbome, 

184; Sir Josiah John, Bt., 184. 
Gunn, Elizabeth Birch, 116; Samuel, tl6. 
Gunthorpe, John Houlton, 58 ; Maria Moore, 58. 
Guymer, Jane, 204 ; Thomas, 204. 



H 

Haines, Frank, 44 ; Sarah, 44. 

Haliburton, see Burton. 

Hall, Benjamin, 41 ; Florence, 199 ; Rev. George 

Thomas, 104 ; Mar)', 50 ; Maud Mary, 41 ; 

Thomas Beverley, 199. 
Hallam, Joseph, 112. 
Hallifax, Augusta Latham, 138 ; Brigadier- General 

John Dampier, 13S. 
Hamilton, Ellen, 166; Colonel George, l<x>; Lord 

George, 141 : James, Duke of Abercom, 141 ; 

Colonel Knott, 166 ; Mar)' Anna, Duchess of 

Abercom, 141 ; Sarah, 100. 
Haml)'n, Christine Louisa, 3 ; Frederick, 3 ; set 

Gosling. 
Hamlyn -Fane, Christine Louisa, 3 ; Constance 

Edwina Adeline, 5 ; Edward Walter Vere, 5 ; 

Evel)'n Harriet, 2 ; Lieut.-Colonel Henr)- Edward, 

2 ; Marion Elizabeth, 2 ; NeWle Batson, 4 ; Susan 

Hester, 2. 
Hammersley, Catharine, 198 ; Charles, 26, 198 ; 

Elizabeth, 26. 
Hammond, Anne Eliza, 167 ; Anthony Egerton, 

167 ; Jane Elizabeth, 187 ; Rev. John Parish, 187 ; 

Sarah, 43. 



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Hfinbury, Ellen, l66 ; Ismena Tindal, l66; Mary 

Ann, l66 ; Robert, i66 ; Robert William, i66. 
Hanburj'-Bowring, Ellen, i66 ; Victor Ilenr)', l66. 
Hanmer, Catherine Alicia Louisa, I2i ; Rev. Henry, 

121 : Richard, 121 ; Sybella Elizabeth, 121. 
Harborough, Philip, Earl of, 6. 
Harcourt, Harriet, 36 (and AddeiiJa, page xxiii.) 
Hare, Ada Constance, 196 ; Francis Millington, 196 ; 
Rev. Canon Hugh James, 149; John Middleton, 
196 ; Rev. Marmaduke, 196 ; Winifred, 149. 
Hargreaves, Annie, 122; Sarah, 122 ; Thomas, 122. 
Harker, Carohne S.arah, l6 ; John Cooke, 16 ; 

Muriel Ada, 16. 
Harper, Evelyn Frances, 27 ; Francis Clements, 27. 
Harrington, William, Earl of, 20. 
Harris, Edgar Lawrence, 66 ; Elaine, 66 ; George 

Edward, 66. 
Harrison, Catharine, 143 ; Lawrence, 143. 
Harrisson, Emily Jane, 103 ; lithel Georgina Emily, 

103 ; George Alexander, 103. 
Harter, Audrey Violet Hatfeild, 26 ; Jaines Francis 

Hatfeild, 26 ; Violet Maria Charlotte, 26. 
Hartopp, Chiverton, 132 ; Edward Bourchier, 27 ; 

Honoria, 27; Mary, 132; William Evans, 27. 
Harvey, Admiral Sir Eliab, 10 ; Elizabeth, 70 ; 
Ellen Muriel, 1 1 ; Isabella Mary, 10 ; John, 70 ; 
John Selwyn, II ; Lady Louisa, 10. 
Harwood, Christina Hay, 110; Richard Myrtle, 

no. 
Hasler, Catherine, 43. 
Hastings, Lieut. -Colonel Edward George Godolphin, 

206; Mabel Sophia, 206. 
Haviland, Rachel, 65. 
Hay, Charlotte Beckford, 153, 15S ; Captain John 

Baker, R.N., 153, 158. 
Haywood, Margaret Louisa, 190 ; Margaret Scott, 

190 ; Thomas Burt, 190. 
Headley, Ann, 8g ; Elizabeth, 89, 148 ; Henry, 89 ; 

Rev. Henry, 89, 148. 
Heald, Joseph, 144. 

Hedley, Charlotte Catherine, 28 ; Elizabeth Jane, 
1S2 ; Frederick Alexander, 28 ; Isabel Gertrude, 
28; Robert, 28, 182. 
Hely, Ada Emma, 45; Charles, 45; Lieut. -Colonel 

Charles, 45 ; Selina, 45. 
Helyar, Ellen Harriet, 8 ; William, 8. 
Henderson, Ethel May, 86; John, 86. 
Heneker, Elizabeth, 68 ; Richard William, 68. 
Henniker, Sir Brydges Powell, Bt., 206; Dame 

Justina Louisa, 206; Mabel Sophia, 206. 
Henty, Edwin, 200; Maria, 200. 
Herbert, Edward, Earl of Powis, 180 ; Hon''''' 

Rebecca, 180. 
Heron-Maxwell, Sir John, Bt., 172; Louisa Susan 

Marlborough Heron, 172. 
Herrick, William Perry, 132. 
Herring, Elsie le Strange, lOi ; Jessie, 101 ; Lieut.- 

Colonel William, loi. 
Hervey-Bathurst, Dame Ada, 24 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur, 24 ; Violet Maude, 
24. 
Hetherington, Ethel Frances, 42 ; Florence Mary, 
41 ; Frances, 41, 42; John, 41, 42; Joseph W., 
42; Thomas, 41. 
Hewat, Emily, 113; James, 113; Mary, 113. 
Hewitt, Annette, 155; Arthur Bettesworth, 44; 
Benjamin Bradley, 44, 46 ; Benjamin Thomas, 
44, 46 ; Letitia Slarianne, 44 ; Louisa Marianne, 
44; Thomas Swinton, 44; Thomas Wall, 155. 
Hey, Mary, 152; William, 152. 
Heytesbury, William, Lord, I So. 
Hildyard, Thomas Blackborne Thoroton, 133. 
Hill, Arthur Blundell, Marquess of Downshire, 21 ; 
Lord Arthur William, 20, 213 ; Arthur W'ills 
Blundell Sandys Trumbull Windsor, Marquess of 
Downshire, 20 ; Caroline Frances, Marchioness 
of Downshire, 20 ; Charles Henry, 68 ; Lady 
Charlotte Augusta, 21 ; Fanny Chichester, 68 ; 



Hon*"'' George Augusta, 20 ; Harriet Johns, 58 ; 
Henry Egan, 200 ; Isabella Elizabeth, Viscountess, 
99 ; John, 68 ; Rowland Clegg, Viscount, 99; 
William Charles, 5 ; William Robinson, 58. 
Hill-Trevor, Annie Mary Eleanor, Lady Trevor, 

212; •A.rthur William, Lord Trevor, 212. 
Hills, Charlotte Isabella, 38 ; Charlotte Mary, 38 ; 

James, 38. 
Hills-Johnes, Lieut. -General Sir James, 38. 
Hillyard, Ellen Anne, 152 ; Rev. Temple, 152 ; 

Ursula Mary, 152; Rev. Walter, 152. 
Hilton, Marjorie, 187. 

Hinchliff, Chamberlain, 90, 148 ; Chamberlain 
Frederick Thomas, 149; Chamberlain Henry, 14S; 
Douglas George Goodwin, 149 ; Ehzabeth, 90, 
148 ; Evelyn, 149 ; Frances Sarah, 148 ; Frank 
Brittain, 149 ; Helen Maud, 148 ; Rev. Henry 
Mountain Weston, 149 ; Katharine Mary, 148 ; 
Matilda, 148 ; Sarah, 90, 148 ; Thomas, 90, 148 ; 
Thomas Woodbine, 90, 91, 14S; Winifred, 149; 
Woodbine Kendall, 149. 
Hincks, Thomas Cowper, 16. 
Hinxman, Rev. Charles, 126; Delitia, 126; Edward, 

125-127. 
Hoban, Mary, 127. 

Hodges, Maria, 2, 11; Walter Parry, 2, 11. 
Hodgson, George Egerton, 153, 156 ; Henry John, 
153; John, 153; Mary Sophia, 153; Sarah, 153; 
Rev. Thomas Douglas, 153, 158. 
Hodson, Catherine Anne, 85 ; Mary Crossley, 85 ; 

Thomas, 85 ; Rev. Thomas, 85. 
Hogarth, Agnes Blake, 203 ; Robert, 203. 
Hogg, Charles, 164 ; Emily Jane, 164 ; Helen Craig, 

llS; James, 118. 
Hoghton, Elizabeth, 161 ; Sir Henry, Bt., 161. 
Holden, Edward Charles Shuttleworth, 27. 
Hole, Felicia Eliza, 11 ; Rev. George, 11. 
Holmes, Elizabeth, 87 ; William, 87. 
Holt, Arthur Christian, 69; Edith, 69. 
Holyoake, Dorothy Elizabeth, 41; Emma, 41, loi ; 

Francis, 41, loi ; George, 99. 
Homer, Alice Margaret, 194 ; Ann, 193 ; Ann 
Mary, 192 ; Anne Mary Leake, 194 ; Benjamin, 
194 ; Charles Frederick Leake, 193 ; Charles 
Henry, 193; Charles Keelinge, 193; Charles 
Kemp, 192 ; Charlotte Katherine, 193 ; Edith 
Frances, 70; Eliza, 193; Elizabeth, 70, 192; 
Elizabeth Ann, 193; Elizabeth Sarah, 192; Emily, 
194; Fanny, 193; Frederick Augustus, 193, 194; 
Frederick Paul Nicholson, 194; Gertrude, 194; 
Joan Patricia Mary, 194; John, 192; John Homer, 
193; John Keelinge, 194; Lieut. -Colonel John 
Leonard, 70 ; John Thomas, 70 ; John Twigg, 
193 ; Martha, 192 ; Martha Eliza, 194 ; Olivia, 
194; Paul Aitken, 194; Philip Keelinge Badland, 
194; Phyllis Diana Gertrude Hughes, 194; Richard, 
192; Richard John, 192; Sarah, 192; Thomas 
Keelinge, 193; Thomas Kemp, 193; William, 193 
Hood, Sir Grosvenor Arthur Alexander, Viscount, 

24; Jane Primrose, Viscountess, 24. 
Hooke, Alice Winifred, 120; Arthur Edward, 119; 
Avis Florence, 118 ; Avis Frederica, 117 ; Beatrice 
Cicely, 120 ; Cecil Thomas, Addenda, page xl. ; 
Douglas Francis, 118; Edward, 119; Edward 
William, 120; Edwin, 119; Edwin Victor, 119; 
Eliza, 117, 120; Elizabeth, 117; Elizabeth Linton, 
120; Emilie Isabelle, 118; Emma, 118: Enid 
Ayesha, 120; Ethel May, 120; Evelyn Maude, 
118 (and Addenda, page xl.); Fanny, 119; Fanny 
Elizabeth, 119; Fanny Symes, 119; Florence 
Ellen, 118; Rev. Francis Edward Varborough, 
iiS ; Francis Edwin, 118; George Henry, 119; 
George Thomas Symes, 118; Hannah, 118; Harry 
Saunders, 118 (and Addenda, page xl.)\ Helen 
Craig, 118; James Valentine, 119; Jane, 117, 
118, 120; John, 117, 118; John Clement, 120; 
John Hankey, 117, 119; John Harold, 119; 
Louisa, iiS; Madeline, 118; Marguerite, 117; 



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Mary Anne, 117; Mary Avis, 119; Mary Pilbeam, 
117; Minnie, 119; Phyllis Ethel, 120; Richard 
Nicolas, 118; Rosena Clara, 119; Thomas, 118; 
Thomas Cecil Synies, 118: Thomas David, 117; 
Thomas Edwin, 120 ; Trevor Jack William, 
Addenda, page xl. ; Utten Lamont, 120; William, 
117; William George, 117; William Saunders, 
117. 

Hooper, Harman Bailey, 41 ; Margaret, 41. 

Hopgood, John, 52. 

Hornblower, Eliza, 112. 

Horning, Louisa, 118; Thomas, 118. 

Horsey, James, 66 ; Janet Mary Etheridge, 66. 

Horton, Anne, 212; Eusebius, 212. 

Hotham, Augustus Thomas, 158; Beaumont, Lord, 
158; Emma, 158; Rev. the Hon'''« Frederick, 
158 ; Frederick William, 158 ; Rev. William 
Francis, 158. 

Howe, Anne Frances, Countess, 132, 141 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel George Augustus Frederick Louis, Earl 
Howe, 133 ; Georgiana Elizabeth, Countess, 134 ; 
Harriet Georgiana, Countess, 132, 141 ; Harriet 
Mary, Countess, 133 : Isabella Maria Catherine, 
Countess, 133 ; Mary, Countess, 132 ; Admiral 
Richard, Earl, 132 ; Sir Richard George Penn, 
Earl, 134 ; Richard William Penn, Earl, 80, 132, 
141 ; General Sir Richard William Penn, Earl, 
133 ; Sophia Charlotte, Lady, 132 ; see Curzon and 
Curzon-Howe. 

Howell, Editha Helen, 169; Sir Thomas, 169. 

Howes, Catherine, 204 ; George Durrant, 204 ; Rev. 
Henr)', 35 ; Jane, 204. 

Hoy, John De Beauvoir, 214; Martha Mary Theresa, 
214. 

Hubbard, Ellen, 89 ; Emily Fanny, 92 ; John, 89, 
9^1 93 ; John Gellibrand, Lord Addington, 89, 
92 ; Louisa Ann, 89, 93 ; Marian, 89, 92 ; Rev. 
Thomas, 92 ; William Francis, 92. 

Huck-Saunders, Jane, 76 ; Richard, 76. 

Huddy, Evelyn Ellen, 42. 

Hughan, Justina Louisa, 206 ; Thomas, 206. 

Hughes, Arthur, 185 ; Burroughes Maurice, 35 ; 
Catherine Cubitt, 35 ; David Walkin, 35 ; Edith, 
1S5 ; Frances Mary, 35; Gertrude, 194; Henry, 
194 ; Henry Halcombe, 104 ; Maria, 194 ; 
Penelope, 185. 

Hume, Anna, 137; Rev. Quintin Dick, 137; see Dick. 

Humphery, Emma, 54; John, 51, 54, 55; Dame 
Maria, 55 ; Mary, 54, 55 ; Dame Marj' Catherine, 
55; Sir William Henr)', Bt., 51, 54, 55. 

Hunt, James Peart, 167 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 167 ; 
Samuel Lucas, 167 ; Sara, 63 ; Rev. Thomas, 98 ; 
Thomas Vate, ^'^, 

Hunter, Agnes, 193 ; Rev. Arthur Jackson, 22 ; 
Dorothea Maria, 22 ; John Charles Frederick, 22 ; 
Hon'''' Meliora Emily Anna Maria, 22 ; Richard, 
22; Stephen, 193. 

Huskinson, William Lambe, 5. 

Hutchinson, Rev. James, 164, 166 ; Mabel Haynes, 
127; Margaret Jane, 164, 166. 

Hutton, Rev. Henr)' Frederick, 122 ; Rev. Henry 
WoUaston, 122, 123; Louisa, 122; Mary Anne, 
122; Rev. Vernon Wollaston, 122; WiUiam, 122. 



Illingworth, Edward, 146 ; Ellen Henrietta, 146 ; 

Jessie, 146. 
Ince, Elizabeth, 58, 63 ; Thomas, 58, 63. 
Inge, Charles Henr)', 98, no. 
IngersoU, J., 15; Sarah, 15. 

J 

Jackson, Arthur, 54; Benjamin, 204; Elizabeth, 204; 
Jane, 204 ; John Mills, 77 ; Marianne Shrimpton, 
77; Sarah, 122, 195; Washington, 122. 



Jacob, Henrietta Sophia, 135 ; John Henry, 135 ; 

Millicent, 135. 
James, Georgiana Jane, 88 ; Henry, 88. 
Jeffery, Clare, 191 ; Mary Eliza, 191. 
Jeffreys, Dodsworth, 135 ; Minnie Ellis Gertrude, 

•35- 
Jennings, Thomas Edward, 5- 
Jersey, George, Earl of, 78 ; Sarah Sophia, Coantess 

of, 78. 
Jex-Blake, Rev. Charles Thomas, 40. 
Jodrell, Gilbert, 76 ; Sarah, 76. 
John, Elizabeth, 57 ; George Dennis, 57. 
Johns, Henr)' Tremenheere, 58 ; Prudence, 57, 64 ; 

Tremenheere, 57, 64. 
Johnson, Alfred, 206 ; Cecilia Jane, 206 ; Edith 

Louise Cave, 69 ; Rev. Edmund Joseph Francis, 

69 ; George Randall, 40 ; James, 40 ; Maury Ann, 

40 ; Rev. Richard, 40. 
Jones, Rev. Alfred, 126 ; Alice, 15 ; Ayesha Mary, 

120; Emily Eliza, 115; Harriet, 116; Rev. H., 

120; Rev. Henrj', 115; Isaac Stephenson, 115; 

Joseph, 1x5; Julie Ogden, 15; William Ogden, 

IS- 
Joyce, Evelyn Martin Byron, 156 ; Rev. James, 50 ; 

Laura, 50 ; Sarah, 50 ; Rev. William Heniy, 

50- 
Junod, L. IL, 168; Louis Henri, 168; Wilhelmina, 

16S. 



K 



Kavanagh, Matthew, 156; Sarah, 156; Sarah Ellen, 
156. 

Kay-Shuttleworth, Blanche Marion, Lady Shuttle- 
worth, 94 ; Sir Ughtred James, Lord Shuttleworth, 

94- 
Keddle, Ann, 84 ; Catherine Anne, 84 ; Shering, 

84. 
Keeton, Haydn, 196. 
Kemp, Charles, 192 ; Elizabeth, 192. 
Kempe, Alfred John, 95 ; Eleanor Mar)' Brandreth, 

95 ; John Arrow, 96 ; Mary, 95. 
Kendall, Frances, 148 ; Henry Edward, 51, 52 ; 

Peter, 148 ; Sophia, 51, 52. 
Kennard, Charlotte Anne, 53 ; Howard John, 146 ; 

Jessie, 146 ; Mar>' Ann, 53 ; Rev. Robert Bruce, 

53; Robert William, 53. 
Kersterman, Katherine, 155; Lieut. -Colonel William 

Brewse, 155. 
Kimber, Alice Christine Rose, 15 ; Arthur, 15. 
Kimberiey, Emma Catherine, 191 ; W., 191. 
Kinchant^ Charlotte Jemima, 165 ; Joseph Henry, 

165. 
King, Esme, 141 ; Rev. William Arthur, 141. 
Kingscote, Caroline Sophia, 140; Hon"' Emily 

Marie, 140 ; Lady Isabella Frances Anne, 140 ; 

John Bloomfield, 140; Nigel Richard Fitzhardinge, 

140 ; Colonel Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge, 133, 

140; Colonel Thomas Henry, 140. 
Kingsley, Rev. Charles, 94. 
Kingsmill, Jessie, 174 ; Nicol, 174. 
Kinsey, Jane, 76 ; Peter, 76. 
Kirner, Anthony, 60. 
Knapp, Anna, 65 ; Matthew, 65. 
Knight, Augusta, 84, 85 ; Elinor Bulkely, 84, 85 ; 

Emily, 84, 85 ; John Baverstock, 84, 85. 



Labouchere, Hon'''' Emily Harriet, 1S3 ; Henry, 
Lord Taunton, 183. 

Lacon, Sir Edmund Knowles, Bt., 33. 

Lake, Harriet, 60 ; W., 60. 

Lambert, Alexander Clendinning, 7 ; Emma Hutchin- 
son, 126 ; Emma Maria, 7 ; Grace Susan, 7 ; 
Colonel (oseph .-Vlexander, 7 ; William, 126. 



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Landon, Caroline Sarah, 143 ; Dorolhy Innes, iSS ; 
Elizabeth, 1S8 ; Ernest Edward Balman, 188 ; 
Ernest Whittington, 188; Rev. Canon James 
Timothy Bainbridge, 143 ; Sarah, 143 ; Violet 
Evelyn, 188. 
Lane, 'iIon'''= Agnes, 108 ; Colonel Cecil Newton, 
no; \'en'''"= Ernald, 108, no; John, loS ; John 
Henry Bagot, 108 ; John Newton, loS ; Sarah, 
108. 
Lang, Aimee, 53; John, 53. 
Lascelles, Georgina Caroline, 82 ; William, 82. 
Laleward, Caroline, 91. 
Law, James, 147 ; Mabel, 147. 
I^wley, Mildred Rebecca, 104 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 

104. 
Lawder, Charles Alfred Browne, 28 ; Dora, 28 ; 
General Edward James, 28 ; Mary Sophia Clare, 
28. 
Lawrance, Dame Charlotte Georgiana, 8 ; Sir John 
Compton, 8 ; MiUicent Emma Rachel, 6, 8 ; 
Thomas Dalton, 8. 
Leake, Ann Mary, 192 ; Henry, 192. 
Leconfield, Colonel George, Lord, 140. 
Lee, Beatrice Agnes, 45 ; Charles Marsh, 45 ; 
Enmia, 164, 166 ; George, 164, 166, 167 ; Helen, 
45 ; John Benjamin, 153 ; Louisa, 164, 167. 
Lefroy, Edward Heathcote, 144. 
Legge, Frances, Countess of Dartmouth, 108 ; 
George, Earl jof Dartmouth, 108 ; Lady Louisa, 
108. 
Lennox, Charles, Duke of Richmond and Lennox, 

22 ; Lady Jane, 22. 
Lescher, Joseph Samuel, 214 ; Martha Mary Theresa, 

214; Walberga Mary, 214. 
Lethbridge, Caroline D'Albedyhill, 86 ; Colonel 

Christopher, 86. 
Leveson-Gower, Lady Georgiana Augusta, 180 ; 

Granville, Marquess of Stafford, 180. 
Lewin, Maria, 51, 52 ; Samuel, 51, 52. 
Ley, George, 13 ; Mary Elizabeth, 13. 
Lichfield, Thomas, Earl of, 133. 
Liddle, Rowland Pemberton, 98, 99. 
Lidgater, Eleanor, 198; John, 198. 
LiUingston (formerly Spooner), Abraham, 31. 
Lindsay, Anne Mary Leake, 194 ; Rev. Thomas, 

194 ; William, 194. 
Lindsey, Albemarle, Earl of, 184. 
Linklater, George, 201. 
Linton, Elizabeth, 117 ; Ella Victoria, loS ; James 

Wingfield, 108. 
Lisle, Mercia Mary Anne, 8 ; William Clapcott, 8. 
Lister, Matthew Bancroft, 175 ; Sophia, 175. 
Lithgow, Harriet Annie Augusta, 139 ; Robert, 

139 ; Thomas George, 139. 
Littledale, Harold, 98 ; Margaret, 98 ; Sarah 

Annabella, 98. 
Livermore, James Isaac, 164. 
Liversidge, Joseph, 154; Lucy Jane, 154. 
Lloyd, Elizabeth, 57, 63 ; Giwn, 57, 63 ; Horace, 
147 ; Margaret Jessie, 147 ; Sarah, 108 ; Thomas, 
108. 
Lock, His Honour Benjamin Fossett, 187 ; Jane 

Elizabeth, 1S7 ; Susan Beatrice, 187. 
Locke, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, 79 ; Selina, 79 ; 

William, 79. 
LoftHs, Douglas, 26 ; Violet Maria Charlotte, 26. 
Lombe, Aurea Otway, 10 ; Ralph Henry Fenwick, 

10. 
Londesborough, Grace Augusta, Countess of, 82 ; 

Sir William Francis Henry, Earl of, 82. 
London, Rt. Rev. John Randolph, Bishop of, 25. 
Long, Rosetta, 96. 

Longman, William, 90 ; W'illiamina Emma, 90. 
Lonsdale, Augusta, Countess of, 78 ; fames, Earl of, 

78; Sir Wiiliam, Earl of, 77, 78, 83". 
Lord, Mary Crossley, 85. 

Lovell, Anne, 102 ; Isaac, 102 ; Isaac Samuel, 102 ; 
Katharine Annie, 102; Rev. William Faur, 102. 



Lowe, Anne, 77 ; James, 69 ; Richard, 77 ; Robert, 
Viscount Sherbrooke, 5 ; Rev. Robert, 5 ; Sarah 
Maria Isabel, 69 ; see Sherbrooke. 

Lowther, Dame Anne, 78, 83 ; Augusta, Countess 
of Lonsdale, 78 ; Lady Elizabeth, 83 ; Sir Henry, 
Bt., S3; Hon"' Henry Cecil, 78; James, Earl of 
Lonsdale, 78 ; .Sir John, Bt., 83 ; Sir |ohn Henry, 
Bt., 83; Sir William, Eail of Lonsdale, 77, 78, 83; 
Rev. Sir William, Bt., 78, 83. 

Lucas, Anne Florence, Lady, 81. 

Luck, Ellen Georgina, 14 ; Frederick, 14 ; General 
.Sir George, 14. 

Ludlow, Annette, 155 ; Rev. Arthur Rainey, 155 ; 
Katherine Dorinda, 155 ; Margaret Lloyd, 155. 

Luxmoore, Rev. Coryndon, 65 ; Mary, 65. 

Lygon, General Henry Beauchamp, Earl Beauchamp, 
181 ; Henry, Earl Beachamp, 181 ; John Reginald, 
P^arl Beauchamp, 181 ; Lady Susan Caroline, 181. 

Lyle, Harriet Eleanor, 52 ; Hugh, 52. 

Lyttelton, Dorothy Elizabeth, 41 ; Robert, 41. 



M 

McAndrew, Mary Elizabeth, 16. 

Macbean, Lieut. -Colonel Forbes, 171 ; Frances 

Maria, 171. 
McCrea, Bessie, 69; Charles, 6g. 
MacDonald, /Eneas, 174; Mary, 174. 
Macgowan, Alexander Thorburn, 61 ; Elizabeth 

Yorstoun, 61 ; Inez Ansell, 61 ; Rev. William 

Stuart, 61. 
Macguire, Sarah, 156. 
Mackechnie, Anna Maria Barbara, 85 ; Stuart Easton, 

85- 
MacKenzie, Alexander, 15; Alice, 15. 
Mackworth-I'raed, Algernon Henry, 4, 6; Bulkley 

John, 6, 8 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; Emily Maria, 6, 8 ; 

Emma, 8 ; FitzPatrick William Bulkley, 8 ; 

Henry, 8 ; Herbert Bulkley, 8 ; Hester Caroline, 

6; William, 8; William Mackworth Bulkley, 8. 
Macmillan, Catherine, 91 ; James, 91. 
Macpherson, Donald Waller, 39 ; Ethel Mary, 39 ; 

Major-General Roderick Donald, 39. 
Mallei, Countess Adah Lucy, 64 ; Count Egidio, 64. 
Magniac, Fanny Elisa, 7 ; Hollingworth, 7. 
Maitland, Emma Jane, 162; Gilbert Grierson, 162. 
Majendie, Elizabeth, 161 ; Emma Sophia, 161 ; 

Rev. Henry Lewis, 161 ; Lewis, 161 ; Lewis 

Ashhurst, 161. 
Makins, Audrey Katharine, 93 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

93; Sir William Thomas, Bt., 93. 
Malet, Sir Charles Warre, Bt., 127; Eliza, 127. 
Maltby, Fr.ances Anne, 156; Henry, 156. 
Mangles, Mary, 35; Robert, 35. 
Manners, Constance Edwina Adeline, Lady, 5 ; John 

Thomas, Lord, 5. 
Manvers, Charles Herbert, Earl, 182. 
Marjoribanks, Agnes, 85; Sir John, Bt. , 85. 
Marke, Mary, 159. 

Marlborough, John Winston, Duke of, 134. 
Marr, Henry, 197; Mary, 197. 
Marriott, Blanche Katherine, 214 ; Rev. Charles, 

214; Christopher, 214; Rev. Henry, 214. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 184; M., 184. 
Marston, Annette Maria, 197; Arthur, 197; 

Gerakline, 197; John Arthur, 197. 
Martin, Lady Charlotte Sophia, 182 ; Rev. George, 

182 ; George Edward, 181 ; Rev. Joseph, 182 ; 

Mary, 201 ; Renira Henrietta Aldenburgh, 182 ; 

Waldyve Alexander Hamilton, 122. 
Maskew, Alice Ensor, 84 ; Anna Maria Barbara, 
85 ; Rev. Arthur Fairclough, 84 ; Augusta, 85 ; 
Catherine Anne, 84, 85 ; Catherine Emily, 84 ; 
Catherine Sophia, 84 ; Charles Henry, 85 ; Con- 
stance, 84 ; Edward, 84 ; Elizabeth, 84 ; Emily, 

84 ; Frances Broadley, 84 ; Francis Ernest Stordy, 

85 ; George Fairclough, 85 ; Gerald Arthur, 84 ; 



228 



Harriet Mercia, 85 ; Rev. Henry Edward, 85 ; 

Jane, 84 ; John Shepherd, 85 ; JuHa Caroline, 85 ; 

Lilian Margaret, 85 ; Marion, 85 ; Mary Pauline, 

85 ; Thomas, 84 ; Thomas Anthony Browne, 84 ; 

Rev. Thomas Ratsey, 84, 85. 
Master, Isabel Catherine, 213; Thomas William 

Chester, 213. 
Mathew, Frances Sarah, 148 ; Gervase Frederick, 

148 ; Rev. Murrav Alexander, 148 ; Murray 

William, 148. 
Matthews, Mary Alethea, 147 ; Samuel, 147. 
de Mauley, William Francis Spencer, Lord, 80. 
Maxwell, Julia, 125; General William George, 125. 
May, Edward Collett, 189 ; Henry, no; Lilian 

Marie, no; Mary, 189. 
Maynard, Emma, 186; John, 1S6. 
Meade-King, Elizabeth, 72 ; Rev. Frederick, 72 ; 

Norah, 72; William Thomas Pearse, 72. 
Mee, Joseph, 198; Josephine Theresa, 198; Margaret, 

192; Richard, 192; Sarah, 192. 
Meggison, Catherine Elizabeth, Addenda, pa%e xxiv. ; 

Mary, 38 (and Addenda, page xxiv. ) ; Thomas, 38 

(and Addenda, page xxiv.) 
Meikle, Helen, 201 ; James, 201. 
Melvill, Alice Philippa, 164 ; Emily Jane, 164 ; 

Philip, 164. 
Melville, Henr)-, Viscount, 78; Robert, Viscount, 77. 
Merritt, Mary Beatrice, 15; N., 15; Sarah, 15; 

Lieut. -Colonel William IngersoU, 15. 
Methuen, Anna Ploratia Caroline, Lady, 23 ; Frede- 
rick Henry Paul, Lord, 23 ; Hon'''* Jane Charlotte, 

23- 
Michel, Anne Charlotte, l ; Caroline Anne, 5 ; 

Major-General Charles Edward, 5 ; David Robert, 

I; Elizabeth, I; Grace, I; General John, I, f. 
Michelmore, Caroline, 127; Charles, 127. 
Middlecoat, Colonel Francis, 67 ; Susannah Mary 

Locke, 67. 
Middleton, Alexander G. , 39; Frances Anna, 39. 
Miller, John, 91 ; Margaret Greenlaw, 91. 
Milner, Agnes, 193 ; Elizabeth Ann, 193 ; Henry, 

193; John, 193. 
Milvain Agnes Blake, 203 ; James, 203 ; Jane 

Davidson, 203. 
Monckton, Edward Henry Cradock, 103 ; Emily 

Jane, 103. 
Monk, Alice, 206; Charles James, 206; Julia, 206. 
Montagu, Admiral Sir George, 132 ; Georgiana, 132. 
Moody, Georgina, 42. 

Moor, Emma Jane, 162; Rev. James Hoare, 162. 
Moore, Alice, 59, 112; Arthur William, 112; 

Catherine, 195; Charles Edward, 112; Charles 

Edward Arthur, 113; Charles Hewat, 113; 

Constance Alice, 112; Constance Ellen, 195; 

Eliza, 112; Emily, 113; Ethel, 112; Harry Farr 

Bradley, 113; Henry, 112; Humfry John Bradley, 

113 ; James 112 ; John, 59, 1 12 : John Lines, 195 ; 

Mabel Clara Adelaide, 113; Mary, 112, 113; 

Ralph Bradley, 113; Susan, U2. 
Moore-Lane, Dora, 28 ; Thomas, 28. 
Mordaunt, Dame Elizabeth, 180; Sir John, Bt., 

180; Susan, 180. 
Morgan, Anna Maria, 159; John, 89, 92; Rev. 

John, 159; Rev. John Woodrooffe, 159; Marian, 

89, 92. 
Morley, Edith Caroline, 191 ; Henry, igi ; John 

(George), Earl of, 79; Mary Anne, 191. 
Mornington, Anne, Countess of, 77 ; William, Earl 

of, 77. 
Morris, Florence, 169; Frank Bird, 38; Rev. Joseph 

Lewis, 169; Juliet Daisy, 38; Rupert Lewis, 169. 
Morrison, Florence, 205 ; James, 205. 
Morse, Amelia Martha Jane, 89, 93; Leonard Becher, 

89. 93- 
Mortimer, Editha Mary, 67 ; Emma Louisa, 67 ; 

William Henry, 67. 
Mostyn, Anastasia Elizabeth, 103; Sir Edward, Bt., 

103; Edward Henry, 103; Dame Frances, 103. 



Mullens, Emilie Gertrude, 71 ; John Ashley, 71. 

Mumford, Harriet, 146; Samuel, 146. 

Muriel, Charles Evans, 19! ; Gertrude Maude, 191 ; 

Mary Eliza, 191. 
Muscari, Marchesa Guiseppina, 186. 
Mutso, Countess Gertrude Ethel, 59 ; Count Hiro, 

59- 

N 

Nash, Andrew John, 137 ; Su.san Lydia, 137. 
Neil, Ellen Driscoll, 113 ; Jeremiah, 113. 
Neve, Edward, 39 ; Ellen Harriett, 39. 
Newborough, Spencer Bulkelcy, Ix)rd, 99. 
Newcastle, Anna Maria, Duchess of 20 ; Thomas, 

Duke of, 20. 
Newdigate, Charlotte Elizabeth Agnes Sophia, 1 1 1 ; 

Francis William, in. 
Newdigate -N'ewdegate, Elizabeth Sophia Lucia, 

in; Francis Alexander, 109, in. 
Newell, Harriet, 71 ; Rev. Percy Sergeant, 71. 
Newey, Sarah, 114. 
Newman, Elizabeth Laura, 9 ; Helen Beatrice, 9 ;- 

Thomas Houldsworth, 9. 
Newton, D. P., 44 ; Eleanor Charlotte, 44 ; Thomas, 

44. 
Nichol, Christina, 190 ; John W., 190. 
Nicholson, Emily, 194 ; James, 194 ; Mary, 194. 
Nix, Edward Winckelmann, 196; Margaret Isabel, 

196. 
Norcup, Frederick William, 196 ; Mabel Constance, 

196. 
North, Thomas, 145. 

Northbrook, Thomas George, Earl of, 133. 
Northey, Evelyn Marion, 162 ; Lieut. -Colonel George 

Wilbraham, 162 ; Louisa, 162. 
Nugent, .Admiral Sir Charles Edmund, 9 ; Georgina 

Charlotte, 9 ; Richard, Earl, 10. 



O 

Oliphant, Katherine, 83 ; Robert, 83. 

Oliver, James Lorimer, 201. 

Ollifife, Joseph, 52 ; Sir Joseph Francis, 51, 52 ; 

Dame Laura, 52. 
O'Neill, William, Lord, 52 ; see Neil. 
Orhdge, Ann, 32 ; Joseph, 32. 
Ormond, Ellen, 14 ; George, 14. 
Ormsby, Arthur, 63 ; Mary Elizabeth, 63. 
Orr, Charlotte, 35, 36 ; James Henry Cubitt, 36 ; 

Jane, 36 ; John, 36 ; Major-General John William, 

35. 36- 
Osbom, Colonel Edward, 198 ; Eliza, 19S. 
Osmaston, Lieut. -Colonel Cecil Alvend FitzHerbert, 

71 ; Florence Mary, 71 ; John, 71 ; Minnie 

Buckley, 71. 
Oswald, Emily, no; General Sir John, no; Mary 

Hannah, 202 ; Robert Appleby, 202. 
Ottley, Drewr)-, 121 ; Hon'''' George Weatherill, 

loo ; Matilda Elwin, 100 ; Priscilla, 121. 
Ouvrv, Frederic, 77. 
Owen, Agnes, 54; Captain Charles, R.N., 54; 

Evelyn Louise, 59 ; Francis Philip Cunliffe, 54 ; 

Colonel Henry Charies Cunliflfe, 54 ; Joseph, 59 ; 

Mary, 54. 



Page, Alexander, 137; Beatrice Louisa Margaret, 137. 

Paget, Lady .A.delaide, in; Lord Alexander Victor, 
23; Sir Arthur, 79; Dame Augusta, 79; Sir 
Augustus Berkeley, 79; Henry, Marquess of 
Anglesey, 23 ; Henr)- Baily, Earl of Uxbridge, 79 ; 
Henry William, Marquess of Anglesey, in; Lady 
Hester Alice, 23. 

Palmer, Charies, 116; Mary, 116; Rose, 190. 



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Parish, Alfred, 95 ; Alice, 96 ; Amelia Martha Jane, 
89, 93 ; Arthur Woodhyne, 94; Audrey Katharine, 
93 ; Beatrice, 94 ; Blanche Marion, 94 ; Bridget 
Audrey Woodbine, 93 ; Caroline, 91 ; Caroline 
Hanrott, 95; Catherine, 91 ; Charles, 95; Charles 
Compton, 95 ; Charles Douglas Woodbine, 93 ; 
Charles Mark Woodbine, 94 ; Charles Wellesley, 
96 ; Charles W'oodbyne, 93 ; Charlotte Sophia, 
90 ; Clement Woodbine, 94 (and Addenda, 
page liii. ) : David Elmer Woodbine, 93 ; Dorothy 
Blanche Woodbine, 93 ; Dorothy Margarita, 90 ; 
Dorothy Mary Catharine, 93 ; Edward Victor 
Leopold, 96 ; P^leanor Mary Brandreth, 95 ; Eliza, 
90 ; Elizabeth, 8g, 95, 148 ; Elsie Bonham, 
Addenda, page liii. ; Emily, 91 ; Emily Fanny, 
92; Eric Woodbine, 91 ; Florence, 9O ; Frances, 
33, 40 ; Frances Anna, 95 ; Frances Helen, 91 ; 
Frances Montgomerie, 93 ; Frances Winifred 
Woodbine, 94 ; Francis, 91 ; Francis Woodbine, 
93 ; Frank, 91 ; Frank George Woodbine, 90 ; 
Frank Reginald Woodbine, 91 ; Geoffrey Elliot 
Woodbine, 91; George Leonard, 92; George 
Woodbine, 93, 94; Gertrude Frances, 96; Harriet, 
92 ; Harriet Maria, 96 ; Hon'"''-" Helen Jane, 93 ; 
Rev. Henry, 33, 40, 89, 95 ; Henry Douglas 
Herbert, 91 ; Henry Headley, 91 ; Henry Wood- 
bine, 94; Major-General Henry Woodbine, 90; 
Hope Mary Woodbine, 93 ; Irene Auriol, 96 ; 
Vice-Admiral John Edward, 90 ; John Woodbine, 
91 ; Dame Louisa Anne, 89, 93 ; Lucy, 95 ; 
Margaret Greenlaw, 91 ; Margaret Violet, 91 ; 
Margarita Dolores, 91 ; Maria Edith, 92; Marianne, 
92; Marjorie Agnes Woodbine, 93; Mary Eleanor, 
96; Mary Teresa, 96; Nancy Woodbine, 91; 
Nina Louisa, 93 ; Patrick Edward Gladstone 
Woodbine, 93 ; Sarah, 33, 89, 90, 96, 148 ; 
V'iolet Mary, 91 ; Walter Woodbine, 93 ; Ven*"'" 
William Douglas, 92 ; William Woodbine, 94 ; 
Williamina Emma, 90; Woodbine, 89, 91, 95, 
148; Sir Woodbine, 89, 93. 
Parker, Augusta, 79 ; Rev. Charles, 50 ; Charles 
George, 135 ; Christopher Comyns, 161 ; Christo- 
pher William, 167 ; Emma Elizabeth, 161 ; 
Isabella Catherine, 135 ; John (George), Earl of 
Morley, 79; John Oxley, 161; Mary, 50; Thomas, 
50. 
Parkin, George Lewis, 132. 
Parks-Smith, Charles Egerton, 184; Florence Maud, 

1 84. 
Parr, Alicia, 207 ; Amy Ursula, 207 ; Cecil Francis, 

207 ; Thomas, 207. 
Parry, Caleb Hillier, 126; Elizabeth Emma, 126. 
Parsons, Dame Charlotte, 153; Fanny, 153, 158; 
Rev. Henry, 136; Louisa Catherine, 136; Sir 
William, 153, 158. 
Pasley, Gilbert Kennedy, 66 ; Sarah Jane, 66. 
Passingham, Adelaide Augusta Lloyd, 61 ; Alice, 
59 ; Amy, 61 ; Augusta, 58, 64 ; Augusta 
Franklyn, 58; Augusta Louisa Johns, 61; Augusta 
Maud, 60 ; Augustus Anwyl, 63 ; Augustus Robert 
Lloyd, 58, 64 ; Augustus Robert Townshend, 58 ; 
Belle, 64; Catherine Amy, 61; Charles, 60; 
Charles Trelawny, 60 ; Edmund Reginald, 60 ; 
Elizabeth, 57-59, 63; Elizabeth Emma, 64; Ellen, 
59 ; Ellen IVIaria, 60 ; Evelyn Louise, 59 ; Francis, 
60 ; George Augustus, 61 (and Addenda, page liii. ) ; 
Gertrude Ethel, 59 ; Rev. Guy, 59 ; Guy Trenien- 
heere, 59; Harriet, 60; Harriet Agnes, 61; 
Harriet Elizabeth, 60; Harriet Johns, 58; Harriette 
Maria, 59 ; Hariy Francis, 59 ; Henrietta Ellen, 
60; Henry Brereton, 60; Henry Tremenheere, 58 ; 
Ida Constance, 60 ; Inez Ansell, 61 ; Jonathan, 
59 ; Colonel Jonathan, 57, 63, 64 ; Jonathan 
Tremenheere, 59 ; Louisa Lloyd, 57 ; Maria, 59 ; 
Maria Louise, 60 ; Maria Moore, 58 ; Marianne, 
59 ; Mary Elizabeth, 63 ; Mary Millicent, 60 ; 
Millicent Mary, 59; Prudence, 57, 64; Prudence 
Gertrude Vyvian, 60 ; Prudence Mary, 60 ; 



Robert, 57, 63 ; Lieut. -Colonel Robert, 57, 58, 
63 ; Robert Townshend, 63 ; Tremenheere, 59 ; 
Tremenheere John, 59; je« Anwyl- Passingham. 
Paterson, Major-General Alexander, 33 ; Catherine 
Childs, 204 ; John, 33, 204 ; Mary Campbell, 33 ; 
Mary Jane, 204; William Hocken, 204. 
Pattinson, Hugh Lee, 144; Mary Cc)nstance, 144. 
Patty, Ada Elizabeth, 187; W. ']., 187. 
Pauncefote, Emma, 37 ; Sir Julian, Baron, 37 ; 

Robert, 37 ; Selina Fitzgerald, Lady, 37. 
Payne, Anne, 92; Catherine Ethel, 175; Elizabeth 
Eliza Addison, 175; Henry Wood, 175; James, 
160; John, 92 ; Mary Lane, 160. 
I'eachell, George Joseph, 195, 196 ; Joseph Robert, 

195 ; Sarah Mallin, 195. 
Peacock, Anthony Taylor, 4; Mary, 4; see Willson. 
Pearce, Mary Ann Gundry, 99 ; Richard, 99. 
Pearl, Catherine, 195. 
Pearson, Rev. Arthur, 159, 161 ; John, 127, 161 ; 

Marion Elisabeth, 127; Sophia Jane, 161. 
Peel, Hon'''' Caroline Susan Mary Stapleton, 22 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Cecil Lennox, 22; Lady Jane, 22; 
Laurence, 22. 
Pelham, Rev. John Barringham, 34. 
Pelham-Clinton, Lady Anna Maria, 20 ; Anna Maria, 
Duchess of Newcastle, 20 ; Thomas, Duke of 
Newcastle, 20. 
Pemberton, Percy Leigh, 90. 
Pendrill, Harriet, 87: John, 87. 

Penny, Annie Daltim, 188 ; Constance Susannah, 
lOi ; Edward, 188; Elizabeth, 188; Rev. James, 
18S, 1S9 ; John, loi. 
Pennycuick, Lucy, 156. 

Pennyman, Lieut. -Colonel Alfred Worsley, 171 ; 
Angela Beatrix, 172; Beatrix Jane Frances, 172; 
Dora Maria, 171 ; Dorothy, 170; Edith Mary, 
172; Frances, 170 ; Frank Worsley, 172 ; James 
Beaumont Worsley, 171; James Stovin, 170; 
James White, 170; James Worsley, 171; Joan 
Mary, 172; Mary Dorothy, 171; Mary Mackenzie, 
170; Ralph, 170; Thomas Henry, 171; Rev. 
William Geoffrey, 172; Sir William Henry, Bt., 
1 70 ; see Worsley. 
Percival, Isabella, 186; Mary, 186 ; Thomas William, 

186. 
Perfect, Catherine, 124, 173 ; John, 124, 173. 
Peters, Constance, 55, 56 ; William, 55, 56. 
Phelips, Cicely Grace Augusta, 8 ; Clare Louisa, 
184 ; Constance Louisa, 8, 184 ; Ellen Harriet, 8 ; 
William, 8 ; William Robert, 8, 184. 
Philipps, Elsbeth, 207 ; Sir James Erasmus, 207 ; 

Hon'''e Mary Margaret, 207. 
Philips, Harriet Sophia, 150; Shakespear, 150. 
Phillips, Edith Mary, 172 ; Lieut. -Colonel George 
Fraser, 172; Harriet, 145; Henry Wyndham, 
172. 
Phipps, see Waller. 
Pickford, Rev. Francis, 175 ; Katherine Elizabeth 

Edith, 175 ; Sophia, 175. 
Pierrepont, Charles Herbert, Earl Manvers, 182. 
Piers, Elizabeth, 76 ; William, 76. 
Pierson, Anna .Maria, 34 ; Rolfe, 34. 
Pinder, Alice Emma, 36 ; Thomas Richmond, 36 ; 

Walter, 36. 
Pitt, Ann, 32; Charlotte, 32; Elizabeth, 116; 
Fanny, 119 ; George, 116 ; Colonel Henry 
Dowdeswell, 32; Joseph, 32; Mary, 116; 
William, 20, 1 19; William Gregson, 32. 
Pittar, Elizabeth Eliza Addison, 175. 
Plowden, Sir W^illiam Chichele, log. 
Plunkett, Arthur James, Earl of F'ingall, 213 ; Lady 

Emma Frances Mary, 213. 
Pocock, Anne, 185 ; Mary Anne, 185 ; Nicholas, 

185. 
Peer, Florence, 46 ; George Beresford, 40 ; Mary, 

46 ; Samuel Beresford, 46. 
Pole, Major-General Edward, 15 ; Edward Albert, 
15 ; Emma Catherine, 15 ; Fanny, 15. 



230 



Polkinghorne, Belle, 64 ; Captain James, R. N. , 64. 

Pollock, Isabella, 185 ; Jane, 36 ; Rev. Lothian, 185. 

Ponsonby, Cyril Walter, 183 ; Frederick George 
Brabazon, Earl of Bessborough, 181 ; John 
William, Earl of Bessborough, So ; Louisa Susan 
Cornwallis, Countess of Bessborough, 181 ; Maria, 
Countess of Bessborough, 80 ; Lady Mary, 181 ; 
Rev. Walter William Brabazon, Earl of Bess- 
borough, 181, 184 ; William Francis Spencer, Lord 
De Mauley, 80 ; 

Ponsonby- Fane, Constance Louisa, 8, 184; Hon*"'" 
Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon, 8, 184. 

Poole, Cudworth Halsted, 21 ; Isabel Marian, 21. 

Poore, Dame Agnes, 85 ; Anna Maria Barbara, 85 ; 
Sir Edward Poore, Bt., 85. 

Porter, Anna Maria Georgiana, 159 ; Edward 
Robert, 159 ; Robert Tindal, 159. 

Post, Arthur, 183 ; Elizabeth, 183 ; Helen Agnes, 
183. 

Pottow, Emma, 186 ; John, 186 ; Winifred Mary, 
186. 

Powell, Frank, 115 ; Rosamond, 115. 

Powis, Edward, Earl of, 180. 

Powys, Anne Catherine, 98 ; Thomas Jelf, 98. 

Poynter, Maria Loraine, 100 ; Renton George Felix, 
100. 

Praed, Herbert Bulkeley, 10 ; see Mackworth-Praed. 

Prendergast, Emma Maria, 7 ; Guy Leno.\, 7. 

Preston, Benjamin, 37 ; Ernest Fortescue, 37 ; Eva 
Mary, 37. 

Prinsep, Mary, 154. 

Prior, Captain, R.N., 95 ; Mary, 95. 

Pritchard, Fanny, 119 ; WUliam, 119. 

Probyn, Rev. Edmund, 82 ; Juliana, 82. 

Prowse, Elizabeth, 180; Thomas, 180. 

Pulleine, Georgiana Elizabeth, 142; James, 142. 

PuUeyn, Edward, 154 ; Herbert Walker, 154 ; 
Hilda Rohde, 154; Lucy Jane, 154. 

Pye, Charles, 206 ; Finetta, 206 ; Frances Ursula, 
206 ; Rev. Henry Anthony, 206 ; Jemima, 206. 

Pyke, Mar)' Anne, 122 ; Thomas Tweed, 122. 



Quigley, Alexander Murray, 163 ; Uma Sophia, 163. 



R 



Radcliffe, Charlotte Gertrude, 138; Richard, 13S. 
Radclyfie, Blanche, 64 ; Charles James, 64 ; 

Margaret, 64. 
Raeburn, James, 85 ; Marion, 85. 
Raglan, Richard Henry FitzRoy, Lord, 81. 
Ralli, Julia, 206; Pantia, 206. 
Ramsden, Dorothy Lynch, 151 ; Emma Susan, 151 ; 

Henry, 151; James, 150; John Charles Francis, 

151 ; Louisa, 173; Louisa Ann, 173; Rev. William 

Benson, 173. 
Randall, Eliza Cecil, 196 ; Richard George, 25 ; 

Thomas, 196. 
Randolph, Dame Eleanor Harriet, 25 ; Admiral Sir 

George Granville, 25 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of 

London, 25 ; Rev. Rodney Granville, 25 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 25. 
Ratsey, Admiral Edward, 85 ; Elizabeth, 84 ; 

Christopher, 84 ; Julia Caroline, 85. 
Reading, George, 114; Hebe, 114. 
Reeve, General John, 6 ; Lady Susan, 6 ; Susan 

Millicent, 6. 
Reid, Eleanor Charlotte, 44. 
Remnant, Francis, 160 ; Mary Barlow, 160. 
Renwick, George Robert, 189 ; Lois Gertrude, 189 ; 

Mary, 189. 
Reynardson, Etheldred Anne, 3 ; Jacob, 3. 
Reynolds, Elizabeth, 29 ; James Alfred, 29 ; Rowland 

John, 29. 



Rhodes, Charles Henry Rownson, 96 ; Margaret 
Lucy, 96 ; Mary Eleanor, 96 ; William Manfield, 
96. 
Ribton, Ada, 24; Sir John Sheppy, Bt., 24. 
Riccardi, Adolfo, Count, 53 ; Airaee, Countess, 53 ; 

Fede Maria, Countess, 53. 
Riccardi-Cubitt, Charles Cyril, 53 ; Fede Maria, 
Countess Riccardi, 53 ; Monica Yolanda, 53 ; 
Theodora Fede Maria, 53 ; Thomas, Count, 
53 ; Vera Alicia Maria, 53 ; see Cubitt. 
Rice, Edward Royds, 71 ; Elizabeth, 87 ; Horence 
Mary, 71 ; Helena Louisa, 87 ; Rev. Ilenry, 153 ; 
Rev. Horatio Morgan, 87; Rev. John Morgan, 87; 
Sarah, 153. 
Richards, Emma, 4 ; Henry, 4 ; Westley, 4. 
Richardson, Anna, 137; William, 137. 
Richmond and Lennox, Charles, Duke of, 22. 
Rickards, Agnes Sophia, 100; Rev. Thomas Ascough, 

100. 
Rickman, Ann, 100; Samuel Philip, 109. 
Ridley, Frederick, 118; Jane, 118; Sir Matthew 

White, Bt., 199; Sarah, 199. 
Ringer, Sarah Jane, 205 ; Thomas, 205. 
Rising, Captain Charles Compton, R.N., 95; Eliza- 
beth, 95 ; Robert, 95 ; Thomas Alfred, 95. 
Pitches, Esther, 95 ; George, 95. 
Rivaz, Colonel Vincent, 126. 
Rivington, Charles, 170; Elianor Charlotte, 170. 
Roberts, Clarence Armstrong, 163 ; Elizabeth, 198 ; 

Herbert James, 163; Mary Agnes Eldridge, 163. 

Robinson, Ann, 159; Charlotte, 180; Lieut. -General 

John, 180; Mary, 159; Hon*"'' Rebecca, 180; 

William, 159. 

Robson, Rev. Henry, 160; Marjorie Hamilton, 160. 

Rocke, Harriet, 165 ; Rev. John, 165 ; Rev. Thomas 

Owen, 165. 
Roe, Eliza Banister, 188; John Banister, 188 ; Mary 

Anne, 188. 
Roget, John Lewis, 186. 

Rohde, Major, 154; Sarah, 154; Sarah Mary, 154. 
RoUeston, Anna, 65; Charlotte Frances Anne, 4; 
Evelyn Marian, 65 ; Colonel Lancelot, 4 ; Philip 
Lancelot, 65 ; Rev. Septimus, 65. 
Rookes, Frances Mary, 86 ; John, 86. 
Rose, Frances Priscilla, 123; John Capel, 123; Lucy 

Jane, 123; Thomas, 123; William Somerset, 123. 
Ross, Alice Mary, 154; Ella Victoria, 108 ; Harry 

Astwood, 154; John, I08. 
Rossi, Antonia Maria Adelaide, 64 ; Giovanni Carlo 
Niccolo, 64 ; Irene Matilda, 64 ; Nobile Guiseppe 
Enrico, 64. 
Rosslyn, Robert Francis, Earl of, 81. 
Rouch, Anna Caroline, 185; Isaac Edward, 185. 
Rous, Lady Augusta Fanny, 1 1 ; John Edward 

Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke, 11. 
Rouse, Barbara Madelaine Honor, 155 ; Ezekiel, 

155 ; Margaret Lloyd, 155. 
Rowe, Amelia, 122; Charles, 122. 
Royds, Rev. Charles Cradock Twemlow, 98 ; Rev. 
Charies Smith, 98 ; Cornelia Francis, 6 ; Edmund, 
6, II ; Rev. Francis Coulman, 6 ; Mary Ann, 98 ; 
Rachel Louisa, 6 ; Theodosia Mar)-, 98. 
Rumsey, Charlotte, 71 ; Rev. John, 71. 
Russell, Ada, 174; Frank Hamilton, 173; Margaret 

May, 173. 
Rust, Mabel, 42. 

Rutherford, Annie Mary, 202; Henry, 25; John 
Hunter, 202 ; Colonel John Victor Walton, 202 ; 
Margaret, 202. 



St. Asaph, Rt. Rev. Lewis Bagot, Bishop of, 108. 

St. Barbe, John, 153 ; Sarah, 153. 

St. Clair-Erskine, Robert Francis, Eari of Rossl)-n, 

81 ; Lady Sybil Mary, Si. 
St. George, John \'illiers, 109 ; Mary Elizabeth 

Moore, 109. 



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St. Germans, Edward Granville, Earl of, I So ; 
Emily Harriet, Countess of, 183 ; Henr>- Corn- 
wallis. Earl of, 183; Jemima, Countess of, 180; 
John, Earl of, 180: John Granville Cornwallis, Earl 
of, 183; Susan, Countess of, 180; William, Earl 
of, 180; WiUiam Gordon Cornwallis, Earl of, 182; 
see Eliot. 

Saltoun, Alexander, Lord, 212. 

Sams, Isabel, 69 ; Louis Robert, 69. 

Sanders, John, 198 ; Josephine Theresa, 198. 

Sandilands, Hon''''= Helen Jane, 93 ; James Walter, 
Lord Torphichen, 93 ; Rev. the Hon''!" John, 93. 

Sanford, Anna Horatia Caroline, 23 ; Rev. John, 

23- 

de Santo Teodoro, Luigi Caracciolo, Due, 79. 

Saunders, Mary Pilbeam, 117; Thomas, 117. 

Savi, Angelo, 38 ; Charlotte Mary, 38. 

Savill, Arthur Edward, 55. 

Sayer, Joseph, 191 : Mary Anne, 191. 

Scarlett, Agnes, 50; Elizabeth, 51 ; William, 51. 

Schonberger, Benno, 72 ; Elsie Helen, 72. 

Schwartz, Elsa Florence, 205 ; Florence, 205 ; 

Robert George, 205. 
Scott, .\niy, 102 ; Ann, 201 ; Annie Mary, 202 ; 

Arthur Pickett, 102 ; Charles Brough, 203 ; Charles 

Thomas, 203 ; Constance Evelyn Mary, 102 ; 

Dame Elizabeth, 201 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 202 ; 

Flora Alice, 203 ; Flora Brookbank, 203 ; Dame 

Helen, 201 ; Janie, 203 ; Jane Davidson, 203 ; 

John, 190: John, Earl of Eldon, 7; Sir John, Bt., 

201 ; Joseph Samuel, 202 ; Margaret Louisa, 190 ; 
Mary, 201 ; Mary Hannah, 202 ; Mason Hogarth, 
203 ; Mason Thompson, 203 ; Millie Oswald, 

202 ; Robert Pickett, 102 ; Samuel, 201 ; Lady 
Selina Jane, 7 ; Walter, 202 ; Sir Walter, Bt., 
201 ; William Martin, 203 ; William Walter 
Brough, 203. 

See, Elizabeth, 69 ; James, 69. 

Seeton, Constance Frances, 66 ; W. J., 66 ; William 

Tor, 66. 
Sewell, Isabella, 7 ; Thomas Bermingham Daly Henry, 

7- 
Shairp, Caroline, 127; Marie, 127; Stephen Francis, 

127 ; Stuart Courtenay, 127. 
Shalders, Elizabeth, 204 ; Jacob, 204. 
Shaw, Rev. Bernard Day Douglas, 109 ; Rev. 

Edward Francis, 109; Louisa, 109 ; Mary Elizabeth 

Moore, 109. 
Shedden, Alice Sarah, 46 ; Charlotte Joanna, 46 ; 

George, 44, 46 ; Graham Eden, 45, 46 ; Margaret, 

46 ; Roscow Cole, 46. 
Shee, Harriet, 36 ; Sir Martin Archer, 36 ; William 

Archer, 36. 
Shennan, Catherine, 91 ; David Anderson, 91 ; 

Margarita Dolores, 91 ; Robert, 91. 
Shepherd, Edith, 124; Joseph, 124. 
Sherard, Philip, Earl of Harborough, 6 ; Lady 

Susan, 6. 
Sherbrooke, Alice Maud, 133 ; Evelyn Alice Curzon, 

133; Lady Harriet Alice, 133; Rev. Henry 

Ne\-ile, 5, 133 ; Henry Porter, 5, 133 ; Lady Lilias 

Charlotte, 133 ; Louisa Anne Fleming, 5, 133 ; 

Penn Curzon, 133 ; Robert, Viscount, 5 ; Sybilla 

Mary Curzon, 133; William, 5; see Lowe. 
Shuttleworth, Blanche .Marion, Lady, 94 ; Sir 

Ughtred James, Lord, 94. 
Sicotte, Albinia, 173 ; Hon''''^ Louis Victor, 173. 
Simpson, Elizabeth, 93 ; Lightly, 93 ; Mary Headley, 

150; Rev. Ralph Hutchinson, 150; Thomas, 150. 
Sitwell, Sir George, Bt., 21 ; Dame Susan, 21 ; 

Susan Alice, 21. 
Slater, Harriette Maria, 59, 64 ; Stanley Finnan, 

59- 
Smith, Alan Kenyon, 102 ; Alice Maud, 133 ; 

Charlotte, 43 ; Elizabeth Laura, 9 ; Emma, 37 ; 

Emma Protheroe, 40 ; Esther Anne, 42 ; George 

Mortimer, 43 ; Gertrude Mary, 102 ; Henry Abel, 

133; Horace, 173; Sir James, 42; Jane, 204; 



John, 204 : John Graham, 90 ; Martin Tucker, 9 ; 
R., 37 ; Richard, 82 ; Robert, 37 ; Selina, 82 ; 
see Pauncefote. 
Smyth, Dame Alicia Maria Eliza, 139 ; Elizabeth, 
139 ; Frances Anna, 39 ; George Watson, 39 ; 
General the Hon'^'<^ Sir Leicester, 139 ; Nellie, 39 ; 
Robert, 139; Robert Middleton Watson, 39; 
see Curzon. 
Smythe, Anastasia Elizabeth, 103 ; Colonel David 
Murray, 1 10 ; Edward Joseph, 103 ; Sir Edward 
Joseph, Bt., 103; Emily, no; Dame Frances, 
103; Katherine Jane, no; William, no. 
Soames, Arthur Granville, 93 ; Harold, 93 ; Hope 

Mary Woodbine, 93. 
Soden, Thomas, 31. 

Somerset, Georgiana Charlotte, Duchess of Beaufort, 
136 ; Henry Adelbert Wellington FitzRoy, Duke 
of Beaufort, 136; Henry Charles, Duke of Beaufort, 
140; Henry Charles FitzRoy, Duke of Beaufort, 
136; Lady Isabella Frances Anne, 140; Richard 
Henry FitzRoy, Lord Raglan, 81. 
Somerville, Fanny Elizabeth, 119; Howard Clifton, 

119 ; William Finlay, ng. 
Southampton, Anne, Lady, 108 ; Charles, Lord, 108. 
Southwell, Cecilia Jane, 206 ; Harriet Anne, 212 ; 
MeUora, 20 ; Rev. the Hon*"'" Richard, 20 ; 
Rev. Richard Marcus, 206; William, 212. 
de Soyres, Catherine Marianne, 187; Leopold, 187. 
Spencer, Catharine, 40 ; Henry, 40 ; Henry 

Montagu, 7. 
Spencer- Churchill, Lady Georgiana Elizabeth, 134; 

John Winston, Duke of Marlborough, 134. 
Spicer, John Edmund Philip, 82 ; John William 

Gooch, 82 ; Juliana, 82 ; ^Iargaret Mary, 82. 
Spinola-Canevari, Antonia Maria Adelaide, 64 ; 

Dei Marshesi, 64. 
Spooner, Barbara, 31 ; Charles Herbert, 32 ; Charlotte, 
32 ; Charlotte Augusta, 31 ; Elizabeth Lucy, 31 ; 
Florence Lucy, 31 ; Frances, 32 ; George Cecil 
Frederick, 32; Isaac, 31; John, 32; Lucy, 31; 
Ven''i<! William, 31. 
Stafford, Granville, Marquess of, iSo. 
Stainer, Edward, 196 ; Dame Eliza Cecil, 196 ; Sir 

John, 196; Rosalind Flora, 196. 
Stamford, Harry, Earl of, 97. 
Stanfield, Alfred William, 16 ; Anne Emily Louisa, 

16; Sylvia Crochley, 16. 
Stanhope, Lady Anna Maria, 20 ; William, Earl of 

Harrington, 20. 
Staniland, Edith Meabum, 176; Meaburn, 176; 

Robert W^illiani, 176. 
Staples, Catherine Amy, 61 ; John, 61. 
Stapleton, Frances, 20; Colonel James Russell, 20. 
Stapleton-Cotton, Alice Hester Camilla, 22; Caroline, 
Viscountess Combermere, 20 ; Hon'''"' Caroline 
Frances, 20 ; Hon*"'" Caroline Susan Mary 
Stapleton, 22 ; Hon'''" Charlotte Ann, 21 ; Sir 
Francis Lynch Wellington, Viscount Combermere, 
21 ; Hazel Louisa, Viscountess Combermere, 21 ; 
Hon'''= Hester Alice, 23 ; Hon*"'" Isabel Marian, 
21; Hon'"''* Jane Charlotte, 23; Jane Primrose, 
24 ; Mary WooUey, Viscountess Combermere, 20 ; 
Hon'"'" Meliora Emily Anna Maria, 22 ; Olive 
Harriet, 23, 152; PauUne Edith, 24; Captain 
Richard Greville Arthur Wellington, R.N., 23, 
152 ; Colonel Hon*"'" Richard Southwell George, 
23, 152; Robert Francis, 24; Sir Robert Welling- 
ton, Viscountess Combermere, 21 ; Field-Marshal 
Sir Stapleton, Viscount Combermere, 20 ; Susan 
Alice, Viscounte-ss Combermere, 21 ; Violet Maude, 
24 ; Colonel Sir Wellington Henry, Viscount 
Combermere, 21; Wellington Robert Paul, 23; 
see Cotton and Combermere. 
Stares, George Henr)', 46 ; Marianne, 46 ; William, 

46. 
Steel, Rev. James, 143. 

Stephens, Captain James Agnew, R.N. , 57; Louisa 
Lloyd, 57 ; Mary Ellis, 57. 



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Stone, Caroline Susanna, 127 ; Rev. George, 127. 
Stopford, Anna Catherine Elizabeth, 16 ; Brigadier- 
Genera! James, 16; Mary Elizabeth, 16. 
Stordy, Jane, 84 ; Thomas, 84. 
Storey, Ann Elizabeth, 37 ; Colonel .David, 37 ; 

Margaret, 37 ; Mary, 37 ; Richard, 37. 
Stovin, Elianor Charlotte, 170 ; Frances, 170; Rev. 

James, 170, 171 ; Rose, 171. 
Stradbroke, John Edward Comwallis, Earl of, II. 
Strath, Ellen, 14; John, 14. 
van Straubenzee, XIajor-General Turner, 157. 
Stuart, Elizabeth Yorstoun, 61; William, 61. 
Stuart-Menteth, Harriet Rose Amy, 100; Sarah, 100; 

Colonel William, 100. 
Stucley-Stucley, Dame Marion Elizabeth, 2 ; Dame 

Rosamond Hester, 2; Lieut. -Colonel Sir William 

Lewis, Bt. , 2. 
Sturt, Lady Charlotte Penelope, 133 ; Harriet Mary, 

133; Henry Charles, 133. 
Stutchbury, Mary Avis, 119; Pearson John, 119; 

William, 119. 
Sulivan, Blanche, 64 ; Colonel George Augustus, 

Filmer, 64. 
Sullivan, Georgina, 3; John, 3. 
Sully, Elizabeth, 72. 
Summerhayes, Rev. Julius James, loi. 
Sutton, Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 160, 162 ; Francis, 

160, 162. 
Swainson, Rev. Edward Christopher, 165 ; Harriet, 

165; Harriet Alice Lister, 165. 
Swale, Alice, 96 ; Harold, 96 ; Rev. Hogarth John, 

96. 
Swan, John Charles, 143 ; Sarah Frances, 143 ; 

William, 143. 
Swinburne, Eleanor Young, 135 ; Thomas Robert, 

'35- 
Swindell, Arthur Camden, 194 ; Lucy, 194 ; Martha 

Eliza, 194; Rev. Thomas Greenall, 194. 
Sykes, Charlotte Elizabeth Jane, 175 ; Herbert 

Schofield, 175. 
Symons, Catherine, 121; Louisa, 121; William, 121. 
Syson, Eliza, 66 ; Isabel Mary, 66 j Rev. William, 

66 J William Baines, 66. 



Tail, Most Rev. Archibald Campbell, Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 21 ; Craufurd, 21 ; Susan, 21. 
Talboys, David Alfonso, 59 ; Marianne, 59 ; Mary, 

59- 
Tallents, George William, 54 ; Godfrey, 54 ; Hon'"'"' 

Mildred Sophia, 54. 
Tanner, Frederick Scott, 204. 
Taunton, Henry, Lord, 183. 
Taylor, Ann, 89 ; Anthony, 89 ; Elizabeth, 3, 6 ; 

Emily Mary, 126; Fanny, 119; Lnetitia Mary, 

126 ; Robert, 3, 6 ; Surgeon- General William 

Baker, 126. 
Temple, Sir William, 89. 
Thomas, Josiah, 135; «e Treherne 
Thompson, Rev. Mungo Noble, 45 ; Selina, 45. 
Thorpe, Catherine Elizabeth, Addenda, pai;e xxiv. ; 

John, Addenda, page xxiv. 
Thwaites, Henry, 185 ; Penelope, 185. 
Thynne, Lord Edward, 182 ; Mary Isabella Emma, 

182. 
Tibbits, Fanny, 193 ; Thomas, 193. 
Tidswell, Richard Henry, 148. 
Tindal, .\nna Maria, 159 ; Henrietta Maria O'Donnel, 

165 ; Rev. John, 159 ; Vice-Admiral Louis 

SjTnonds, 165; Maria Merelina Symonds, 165. 
Tobin, Sir John, 9S ; Margaret, 98. 
Todd, Brereton F. H., 59 ; Ellen, 59. 
Tollemache, Henry James, 79. 
Tomkinson, Harriet Sophia, 150; Rev. Henry, 150; 

Henry Richard, 150; James, 150; Katherine 

Maria, 150; Sophia Anne, 150. 



Torphichen, James Walter, Lord, 93. 

Towgood, Robert Louis, 27. 

Townley, Bertha Annie, 35 ; J., 35. 

Townshend, Elizabeth, 63 ; Robert, 63. 

Traheme, Ellen Muriel, 11 ; Onslow Powell, II. 

Traill, William Frederick, 31. 

Traverse, Ellen Sarah, 156 ; John, 156. 

Tregertha, E. P., 68 ; Mary, 68. 

Treherne, Louisa Frances, 213; Mary Florence, 213; 

Morgan, 213. 
Trembath, Edward, 60 ; Henrietta Ellen, 60 ; 

Henry Gough, 60. 
Trevenen, Elizabeth Emma, 64 ; William John, 

64. 
Trevor, Annie Mary Eleanor, Lady, 212 ; Arthur 

William, Lord, 212. 
Trower, Walter, 133, 135, 142. 
Trueman, Alice Matilda, 55 ; Charles Joseph, 55. 
Tucker, Walter James, 66. 
Tufnell, Mary, 153 ; Samuel Browne, 153. 
Tull, Edward, 91. 
Turner, Aldridge, 65 ; Edward, 118; Lieut. -Colonel 

George, 43 ; Jane, 118 ; Rev. Richard, 89 ; Sarah, 

89 ; Sarah Hammond, 43 ; Violet Emily Blanche, 

65- 

Turton, Henrietta Theodosia, 34; Rev. Henry, 34. 

Tuson, Alan Arthur, 67 ; Alice, 72 ; Dame Ann 
Frances, 70; Anna, 71 "> Arthur, 69; Arthur Baily, 
66 ; Arthur Kinnear, 66 ; Bessie, 69 ; CaroUne, 70 ; 
Rev. Charles, 72 ; Charles Edward, 72 ; Charlotte, 
71; Constance Frances, 66; Cyril Bamett, 67; 
Edith, 69; Edith Frances, 70; Edith Louise Cave, 
69 ; Edith Mary, 72 ; Editha Mary, 67 ; Editha 
Plantagenet, 68 ; Edward, 67 ; Surgeon-General 
Edward Baily, 68 ; Rev. Edward Luxmoore, 66 ; 
Elaine, 66 ; Elizabeth, 68, 69 ; Elsie Helen, 72 ; 
Emilie Gertrude, 71 ; Emily, 65 ; Ethel Mary 
Constance, 67 ; Ernest Henry, 67 ; Evelyn Marian, 
65 ; Fanny Chichester, 68 ; Frances, 65 ; Frances 
Anne, 68 ; Frances Baily, 68; Francis Edward, 67 ; 
Rev. Frederick Edward, 65 ; George, 65, 69, 72 ; 
George Baily, 67 ; Rev. George Baily, 65 ; George 
Edward, 69 ; Harriet, 71 ; Lieut. -Colonel Harry 
Denison, 71; Henry, 71; Rev. Henry, 67; 
General Sir Henry Brasnell, 70; Henry John, 71 ; 
Rev. Herbert, 71 ; Isabel, 69; Isabel Mar)-, 66 ; 
\sy, 71 ; James, 68, 69; Jane Ashfield, 67 ; Janet 
Mary Etheridge, 66 ; Julia, 67 ; Julia Constance, 
67 ; Katharine Sara, 67 ; Kenneth Hadley, 67 ; 
Leetitia, 65 ; Louis Robert, 67 ; Louisa, 72 ; 
Mabel, 72 ; Margarite Emily, 66 ; Mary, 65, 69, 
72 ; Mary Anne, 66 ; Mary Eleanor, 69 ; Maud, 
72 ; Mina Blanche, 65 ; Minnie Buckley, 71 ; 
Norah, 72 ; Peter, 71 ; Phyllis Dorothy, 67 ; 
Sarah, 66 ; Sarah Maria Isabel, 69 ; Susannah 
Mary Locke, 67 ; Vernon Frederick, 69 ; Violet, 
71 ; Violet Emily Blanche, 65 ; William Haviland, 

65- 
Twemlow, Francis, 97, 98 ; Mary Ann, 98 ; Thomas 

Fletcher, 97. 
Tyacke, George Ashley, 92. 
Tyler, Charlotte Augusta, 31 ; Elizabeth Lucy, 31 ; 

John, 31 ; John Chatfield, 31. 
Tyrwhitt- Drake, Anne, 156 ; Rev. Arthur, 156 ; 

Frances Anne, 156; Rev. John, 156; Thomas, 

156- 



U 



Uppleby, Emily, 174; Rev. George, 123, 174; 

George Charles, 174; Louisa, 174; Lucy Sarah, 

123; Mary, 123, 174. 
Upton, Florence .-Vnne, 94; Thomas, 94. 
Upton-Cottrell-Dormer, Beatrice, 94 ; Clement, 94 ; 

Florence Anne, 94. 
Utting, Charles, 188; Edith -A, 188. 
U.xbridge, Henry Baily, Earl of, 79. 



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Vane, Hon''''= Henry Cecil, Addenda, page Ixx. ; 
Henry de Vere, Lord Barnard, Addenda, page Ixx. 
Verrall, Charles, l86; Mary Anne, l86. 
Verschoyle, Catherine, 199; Robert, 199. 



W 

Wadsworth, Elizabeth, 183; General James, 183. 
Wagoner, Ethel May, 120; Everett, 120. 
Walbank, Frances Anne, 68; Matthew William, 68. 
Walker, Agnes, 93; Beatrix Jane Frances, 172; 

James, 93; Sir James Robert, Bt., 172; Dame 

Louisa Susan Marlborough Heron, 172 ; Rev. 

Reginald, 172. 
Wallace, Rev. John Burke, 46; Mary, 46. 
Waller, Dame .Sophia Charlotte, Baroness Howe, 

132; Sir Jonathan Wathen, Bt., 133. 
Wallerstein, Edward, 65 ; Mina Blanche, 65. 
Wallington, Alice, 165; George, 165; Jane, 165. 
Wallroth, Frederick Anthony, 148. 
Walmesley, Elizabeth, 143 ; James, 143 ; Roger, 

143- 
Walmsley, Arthur James, 146 ; George, 146 ; 

Josephine Mary, 146; Thomas, 63. 
Walsingham, Augusta Selina Elizabeth, Lady, 79 ; 

Thomas, Lord, 79. 
Walton, Margaret, 202; Ralpli, 202. 
Ward, Caroline Eliza, 34. 
Waring-Maxwell, Dorothea Maria, 22 ; John Charles 

Frederick, 22. 
Warner, Charles, 44 ; Eleanor Charlotte, 44 ; James, 

44; Mary Anne, 50; Samuel, 50; Sarah, 44; 

Thomas, 44. 
Warren, Anne, 108; Vice- Admiral Sir Peter, 108. 
W.irrington, Harry, Earl of, 97. 
Waterfall, Eliza, 193; Joseph, 193. 
Watson, Frances, 41, 42; Joseph, 41, 42. 
Watt, Francis, 143; Sarah, 143. 
Watts, Eleanor, 25 ; James, 25. 
Webb, Margaret, 185. 
Weguelin, Arthur Gerald, 198 ; Catharine, 198 ; 

Mary Josephine Ethel, 198; Thomas Matthew, 

198. 
Weigall, Henry, 82 ; Lady Rose Sophia Mary, 82 ; 

Selina, 82. 
Welby, Adeline, 1 1 ; Felicia Eliza, 1 1 ; Rev. John 

Earle, II ; Reginald Earle, Lord, 11 ; William 

Earle, 11. 
Welch, Ada Mary, 44; Sarah, 44; Thomas, 44. 
Weld-Forester, Hon'"'' Alexina Josephine Arbuthnott, 

123; Cecil, Lord Forester, 133; Cecil Theodore, 

Lord Forester, 123 ; Hon''''' Francis Henry Cecil, 

123; Hon'''" Isabella Elizabeth Annabella, 133. 
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington, 77 ; Henry, 

Lord Cowley, 77; Richard, Marquess, 77. 
Wellesley-Pole, ,\nne. Countess of Mornington, 77 ; 

Lady Priscilla Anne, 77 ; William, Earl of 

Mornington, 77. 
Wellington, Arthur, Duke of, 77. 
Wells, Edith Lucy, 123; Henry Collings, 123; 

Lydia, 123; William Collings, 123. 
Welsby, Jessie, loi ; Colonel William, loi. 
Westbrook, Elizabeth, 59. 
Westley, Elizabeth, 14; John, 14. 
Westmorland, Adelaide Ida, Countess of, 80, 140 ; 

Anthony Mildmay Julian, Earl of, 81, 140; Francis 

William Henry, Earl of, 80, 140; Jane, Countess 

of, 76 ; Sir John, Earl of, 76, 77, 83 ; Priscilla 

Anne, Countess of, 77 ; Sarah Anne, Countess 

of, 76 ; Susan, Countess of, 76, 83 ; Sybil Mary, 

Countess of, 81 ; Thomas, Earl of, i, 76. 
Weston, Charles, 42 ; Elizabeth, 42 ; Esther Anne, 

42. 
Whateley, Henry Lawrence, 31, 32 ; John Welchman, 

31; Lucy, 31. 



Wheeler, Ellen Maria, 60 ; Harold James Vyvyan, 

60 ; James Lui^', 60 ; John, 59 ; Lucy Augusta 

Agnes, 60 ; Mary, 59 ; William Henry, 60. 
de Whelpdale, John, 37 ; Mary, 37. 
White, Edith Jane Spencer, 189; Hon''''' Eliza 

Charlotte, 33; Georgina, 42; Harriet, 189; Julia 

Lucy, 33; Lydia, 170; Mary Avis, 119; Sarah, 

170; Taylor, 170; Lieut. -Colonel Thomas, 42; 

Rev. Thomas Penny, 33 ; Sir Thomas Woollaston, 

Bt., 170; Una Blanche, 42; Walter Walme.sley, 

119; William Hale, 1S9; Rev. William Walmesley, 

119. 
Whitehead, Arthur, 66 ; Rev. Christopher, 66 ; 

Edward Hugh, 66; John, 31; Mary Anne, 66; 

Rev. William Baily, 66. 
Whitehouse, Rosena Clara, 119; William, 119. 
Whitestone, Agnes Sarah, 102 ; Henrietta Emma, 

102 ; Reginald Arthur Wolseley, 102 ; Rev. 

William Arthur, 102. 
Whitfeld, Rev. Arthur Lewis, 137, 139 ; Charlotte, 

139; George, 139; Mary Ellen, 139. 
Whittaker, Jane, 117. 
Whittiiigton, Hannah, Ii8; Thomas, 118. 
Whyte, Henrietta Maria O'Donnel, 165. 
Wickham, Anne, 156; Rev. William, 156. 
Wigram, Anne, 25 ; Dame Eleanor, 25 ; Francis 

Spencer, 26, 27 ; John, 29, 30 ; Ven'"'" Joseph 

Cotton, 26, 28; Lewis, 30; Sir Robert, Bt. , 25. 
Wigsell, Atwood Dalton, 28. 
Wigston, Francis, 12. 
Wilkes, Benjamin, 193; Fanny, 193. 
Wilkinson, Frances Ursula, 206 ; George Yeldham, 

100; Maria Loraine, too; Thomas, 206. 
Williams, Charlotte, 63 ; Charlotte Angle Bigoe, 

63; David, 120; Eliza, 120; Flora Alice, 203; 
James Bromage, 185 ; Sir James Hamlyn, Bt., 2 ; 
Joseph, 203 ; Maggie Maclure, 185 ; Margaret, 

1S5 ; L.ady Mary, 2; Susan Hester, 2; Thomas 

Bigoe Williams, 63. 
Willington, Agnes, 54 ; Rev. Henry Edward, 52, 54. 
Wills, Charlotte, 42; Emma Catherine, 191 ; Frances 

Dorothea, 191; Captain George, R.N., 42; 

Herbert Winkler, 191; William Ridout, 191. 
Willson, Anthony, 4; Rev. John, 4; Mary, 4; Mary 

Eliza Caroline, 4 ; Major-General .Sir Mildmay, 2; 
Colonel Mildmay Willson, 4; see Peacock. 
Wilmot-Horton, Dame Anne, 212; Emily Julia, 212; 

Sir Robert John, Bt. , 212. 
Wilson, Rev. Harry, 30 ; Joseph William, 30 ; Ruth, 

30- 

Wimborne, Ivor Bertie, Lord, 184. 

Winteringham, Clifton Frederick, 176 ; Constance, 
176 ; George, 176 ; Henry, 176; Henry Worsley, 
176. 

Wimerton, Percy Cowdell, 113. 

Winthrop, Benjamin, 8; Elizabeth, 8. 

WoUaston, AgJies Ellen, 124 ; Alexina Josephine 
Arbuthnott, 123 ; Alice Mary, 123 ; Anne Katha- 
rine, 124; Annie, 122; Arthur, 123; Catherine 
Alicia Louisa, 121 ; Charles, 121 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Charles, 122; Rev. Charles Buchanan, 98; Charles 
Henry Fox, 124; Charles Ottley, 124; Charlotte 
Katharine, 123; Charlton Edward, 124; Charlton 
James, 122 ; Cicely Frances Helena, 124 ; Edith, 
124 ; Edith Lucy, 123 ; Edward Ottley, 123 ; 
Eleanor Annie, 98 ; Ethel F'rances, 124 ; Frances 
Priscilla, 123 ; P'rederick, 121 ; Rev. Frederick, 
121 ; Frederick Eustace Arbuthnott, 122; Frederick 
Hargreaves Arbuthnott, 122 ; Frederick William, 
121 ; George Charlton, 122; Georgina Annie, 124; 
Harriet Lambert, 123 ; Rev. Henry John, I2I ; 
Henry Uppleby, 124, 174; Hubert Charles, 123; 
John William, 123; Josephine Elizabeth Arbuth- 
nott, 122; Josette Eliza Jane, 121 ; Katharine 
Maria, 122; Louisa, 121, 122; Lucy Jane, 123; 
Lucy Sarah, 123; Mary Althea Annie, 124; 
Mary Violet, 124 ; Mildred Louisa Mary, 
124 ; Priscilla, 121 ; Robert Septimus, 123 ; 



234 



Thomas Vernon, 124 ; Vincent Edward, 124 ; 

Violet Cicely Kathleen, 122; William, 122. 
Wolley, Rev. Charles, 29 ; Emma, 29 ; Rev. Juhn, 

29. 
Wood, Elizabeth, 188 ; Emily Anne, 195 ; Frances, 

162; Harriet Maria, 172, 174 ; John, 174, 188; 

John George, 162 ; John Siddall, 174 ; Marjory 

Wedgwood, 195; Reginald Newcome, 195. 
Woodbine, Clarke, 89 ; Jolin, 33, 89; Sarah, 33, 89; 

William, 89. 
Woodcock, Joseph, 123 ; Lydia, 123. 
Woodford, Field -Marslial Sir Alexander, iii; 

Charlotte Elizabeth Agnes Sophia, III; Lieut. - 

Colonel John, 76 ; Lady Susan, 76. 
Woodthorpe, Mary, 72 ; William Cobbold, 72. 
WooUaston, Sir Isaac, Bt., 170; Sarah, 170. 
WooUcombe, Admiral George, 13 ; Mary Elizabeth, 

13; Richard, 13. 
WooUcombe-Adams, Lieut. -Colonel Edward, 13 ; 

Eninja Louisa, 13. 
Woohner, Rev. Charles Edward Shirley, 13; Edward, 

13; Mary Susan, 13. 
Worgan, Charlotte, 153 ; John, 153. 
Worsley, Ada, 174; Albinia, 173; Arthur Pennyman, 

174; Caroline, 172; Catherine Ethel, 175; 

Charles Bethell, 172; Charles Louis, 174; Rev. 

Charles Pennyman, 172 ; Charlotte Elizabeth 

Jane, 175; Constance, 176; Dorothy, 170, 174; 

Edith Dorothy, 176; Edith Meaburn, 176; Emily, 

174; Emma, 175 ; Frances Maria, 171; Francis, 

175; Francis Frederick, 175; Francis Richard 

Coltman, 175; Francis Richard Macbean, 175; 

Frank Pickford, 176 ; Frederick Thomas, 174 ; 

Rev. Frederick William, 175; Geoffrey, 176; 

Rev. George, 170; George Stanley, 173; Gerald 

Pennyman, 174; Gertrude Manby, 176; Harriet 

Maria, 174; Lieut. -Colonel James, 170; Rev. 

James, 170; Jessie, 174; Katherine Elizabeth 

Edith, 17s ; Katherine Pickford, 176 ; Louisa 

Augusta, 173; Louise Anne, 173; Lydia, 170, 



171, 174; Margaret May, 173; Marjory Louisa, 
176; Mary, 174; Mary Caroline, 172; Mary 
Elizabeth, 175 ; Pennyman, 174 ; Pennyman 
Charles, 174; Colonel Pennyman White, 173; 
Philadelphia, 170; Ralph .Marcus Meaburn, 176; 
Major-General Richard, 176; Richard Geoffrey, 
175; Richard .Stanley, 176; Rose, 171; Thomas 
Cuthbert, 175 ; Thomas Taylor, 171 ; Violet, 
174 ; Weston Macdonald, 174 ; Rev. William, 
173; William Ramsden, 174; William Lister, 175; 
see Pennyman. 

Wright, Anna Maria, 34; Annie, 145; Caroline J., 
157; Charlotte, 34 {anr/ Addenda, page xxiii.) ; 
Emma, 164, i65 ; Francis B., 157; Francis Ross 
Allen, 164, 166 ; John, 34, 145 ; Muriel, 164, 
166; Rita, 164, 166; Rev. Thomas, 34 (and 
Addenda, page xxiii.) 

Wyndham, Caroline Sophia, 140; Colonel George, 
Lord Leconfiekl, 140 ; Henry, i8o ; Letitia, 180. 

Wynford, George, Lord, 207. 

Wynn, Hon*"'" Isabella Elizabeth, 99 ; Spencer 
Bulkeley, Lord Newborough, 99. 

Wynne, Arthur Algernon Warren, 96 ; Arthur 
Singleton, 95 ; John, 95 ; Lucy, 95 ; Warren 
Richard Colvin, 95. 



Young, Emma Curtis, 12 ; George, 12. 



Zerega di Zeriga, Charlotte, 213 ; John Augustus, 213. 

Zouch, Anne, 78, 83 ; Rev. Charles, 78, 83. 

Zouche, Annie Mary Eleanor, Lady, 212; Cecil, 
Lord, 212; Darea, Baroness, 212 (and Addenda, 
page Ixxii.); Harriet Anne, Lady, 212; Robert, 
Lord, 212 ; Robert Nathaniel Cecil George, Lord, 
212 [and Addenda, page Ixxii.) ; see Curzon. 



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aDDtttons anb Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS 



ABNEY. Vol. 12, page 151 {and Adde?ida, 
Vol. 16, page I.) — Lancelot Edward Guy 
and Anne Louise Abney have issue 
a daughter, Joan, born at Norbury, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 13 April 1910, 
baptised at St. Mary's, The Boltons, 
South Kensington, London. 

Page 152. — Henry Charles Wootton 
Abney married at St. Devenick's, 
Bieldside, co. Aberdeen, on Thursday, 
2 July 1 914, Janet Bentley, daughter of 
William Littlejohn of Aberdeen. 

ADAMS. Vol. 13, page 26. — Laura Eliza, 
widow of William Adams of Greenfield 
and Moreton House, Wolstanton, co. 
Stafford, died at Moreton House on 
Monday, 27 April, and was buried in 
St. Margaret's parish churchyard, 
Wolstanton, 30 April 19 14. Will dated 
28 November 191 1, proved at Lichfield 
28 August 19 14, by William Adams 
and Percy Walter Lewis Adams, sons. 

ALDERSON. Vol. 12, page 190.— The 
Rev. Augustus Di.\well Alderson was 
appointed Vicar of Tockwith, co. York, 
17 September 191 3. 

ALINGTON. Vol. 7, page 29 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ly, page i.) — Walter 
Hildebrand and Ina Virginia Alington 
have issue a son, Edmund Hugh 
Hildebrand .-Mington, born at Victoria, 
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, 
on Wednesday, 5 July 1911; and a 
daughter, Audrey, born at Victoria, 
Vancouver Island, on Sunday, 14 July 
1912. 

Page 29. — Emily, younger daughter 
of Julius Alington, and wife of the 
Rev. the Hon'''^ Maurice Peel, died at 
Eyeworth House, Beckenham, co. Kent, 
on Sunday, 24 March, and was buried 
at Little Barford, co. Bedford, on 
Wednesday, 27 March 19 12. 

ALLANBY. Vol. 8, page 18. — Major- 
General Edmund Henry Hynman 
Allenby was appointed Colonel 5th 
(Royal Irish) Lancers 3 February 191 2. 



ALLANBY, continued. 

Page 18. — Ronald Hinman Allanby 
was promoted Lieutenant Seaforth 
Highlanders 5 June 19 12. 

Page 19. — Frederick Claude Hynman 
Allenby was promoted Captain Royal 
Navy 31 December 191 1. 

Adelaide Margaret Constance, youngest 
daughter of Samuel Hynman Mont- 
gomerie, was married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Monday, 
8 June 1914, to Ralph Hugh Lubbock 
(elder son of Hugh Nevile Lubbock of 
Goringes, Down, co. Kent, by Margaret 
Agnes his wife, eldest daughter of Henry 
Frederick Tiarks of Foxbury, Chisle- 
hurst, CO. Kent) ; born at the Gables, 
Crofton, Orpington, co. Kent, on Mon- 
day, 16 March 1891 (see Pedigree of 
Avebun\ Vol. 12, page 68). 

ALLCROFT. Vol. 8, page 59.— Harriet 
Jewell, younger daughter of John Derby 
Allcroft, was married at the parish 
church, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, to 
Edward Augustus Bull, son of the Rev. 
A. Bull. She died at The Lodge, 
Cowley, CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
23 April, and was buried at Heston, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 26 April 191 2. 
Walter Lacy Allcroft married at St. 
Andrew's, West Kensington, London, 
'on Saturday, 30 December 191 1, Ethel, 
daughter ot Henry William Henniker- 
Rance, LL.D., of 10 Castletown Road, 
West Kensington. They have issue a 
daughter, Ethel Mary Jewell, bom at 
1 1 Lymington Road, West Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 June 1913, baptised at 
St. Martin's, Gospel Oak, co. Middlesex. 
Page 59 {and Addenda, Vol. 11, 
page i.) — John Derby and Marietta 
Allcroft have further issue a daughter, 
Harriet Virginia, born at Roke Manor, 
Romsey, co. Hants, on Monday, 19 June 
191 1, baptised at Romsey Abbey. 

ALLEN. Vol. 9, page 160. — George 
Edmund Allen died at The Gables, 
Maymyo, Burma, India, on Sunday, 
8 February 19 14. 



ADDITIONS cs' CORRECTIONS. 



ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 88.— Bertram 
AllgooJ was appointed Adjutant Special 
Reserve 19 December 191 1. 

Page 89. — Major William Henry 
Loraine AUgood was appointed Assistant 
Commandant, School of Instruction for 
Mounted Infantry, Longmoor, 9 Sep- 
tember 191 1. He married at Temple- 
michael, co. Waterford, on Wednesday, 
29 July 1914, Sophia Beryl Sheila, 
4th daughter of Colonel John Henry 
Graham Smyth, C.M.G., of Ballynatray, 
Youghall, CO. Cork, by Lady Harriette 
Gertrude Isabella his wife, eldest 
daughter of Charles William, 5th Earl 
Mountcashell ; born 29 September 1880. 

ALLIX. Vol. 8, page 138 (and Addenda, 
Vol. ij, page i.) — Charles Israel Loraine 
and the Hon'''= Hilda Allix have issue 
two daughters, Mary Diana, born at 
Penmadown, St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 
on Monday, 18 September, baptised at 
St. Germans 11 October 191 1; and 
Pamela Rachel, born i July 1913. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. i, page 152 — 
Edward Baylie Amphlett was appointed 
Police Magistrate for the Western 
District of Grenada, West Indies, in 
January 19 13. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 3, page 157.— 
Catharine Maitland, youngest daughter 
of Edward Amphlett, was married at 
St. Columba's, Kingussie, co. Inverness, 
on Saturday, 16 September 191 1, to 
William Montague Arnaud Foster (only 
child of Victor Foster); Lieutenant loth 
Duke of Cambridge's Own Lancers 
(Hodson's Horse). 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 4, page 51 {a?id 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page i.) — Richard 
Ferrand and Mary Blackford Amphlett 
have further issue a son, Richard John 
Marshall Amphlett, born at 9 Parkdale, 
Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, on Thurs- 
day, 7 August, baptised at St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton, 5 December 19 13. 

Page 52. — The Rev. Edward Paul 
Amphlett was appointed Vicar of 
Walton Cardiff, co. Gloucester, March 
1914. 

AN CASTER. Vol. 14, page 174.— The 
Earl and Countess of Ancaster have 
further issue a son, John Heathcote- 
Drummond-\Villoughby, born at Grims- 
thorpe Castle, co. Lincoln, on Saturday, 
14 March 1914. The Earl of Ancaster 



ANCASTER, continued. 

was appointed Lieut.- Colonel Lincoln- 
shire Yeomanry in 191 1, and Chairman 
of Kesteven Quarter Sessions in 191 2. 

Page 175. — The Hon'^''= Charles 
Strathavon Heathcote-Drummond-^Vi!- 
loughby promoted Colonel in Territorial 
Force, commanding 6th London Terri- 
torial Infantry Brigade, 19 12. 

Page 176. — The Hon'>'<^ Peter Robert 
Heat hcote-Drummond-Wil lough by mar- 
ried at All Saints', Cromarty, co. Ross, 
on Wednesday, 4 June 1913, Pamela 
May, eldest daughter of Colonel Walter 
Charteris Ross of Cromarty, C.B., by 
May his ist wife, daughter of Field- 
Marshal Sir Donald Stewart, Baronet. 

ANSELL. Vol. 9, page 81. — Charles 
Aubrey Ansell died at Surbiton House, 
Hatchlands Road, Redhill, co. Surrey, 
aged 57, on Tuesday, 12 March 1912. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 18.— 
Richard Alleyne Arkwright married 
at the Guards' Chapel, Wellington 
Barracks, on Tuesday, 16 April 1912, 
Marjorie, 2nd daughter of Frank Hard- 
castle, M.P. They have issue a son, 
Peter Arkwright, born at Willersley, 
Cromford, co. Derby, on Wednesday, 
2 April, baptised at Cromford 3 May 

1913- 

Kathleen Rebecca, only daughter of 

Frederic Charles Arkwright was married 
at Cromford on Wednesday, 18 October 
191 1, to Guy Bonham-Carter (son of 
Alfred Bonham-Carter, C.B.) ; born 25 
May 1884; 2nd Lieutenant 19th 
Hussars 29 November 1905, Lieutenant 
9 March 1907, Captain 4 September 
1912 ; employed with West African 
Frontier Force 11 May 1910 to 24 
October 1911. 

Page 20. — Katherine Mary Frances, 
daughter of the Rev. Henry Arkwright, 
and widow of Thomas Edward 
Champion Streatfeild, was married 
2ndly at St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 20 January 
1904, to Henry James Tollemache of 
Dorford Hall, co. Chester (elder son 
of Wilbraham Spencer Tollemache of 
Dorford Hall, J. P., D.L., by Anne his 
wife, elder daughter and heir of the 
Rev. James Tomkinson of Dorford 
Hall); born 5 July 1S46; of Christ 
Church, O.xford, B.A. 1872 ; J. P., D.L., 
M.P. for West Cheshire 1881-85, for 
Eddisbury 1885-1906. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



ui 



ARKWRIGHT, continufd. 

Page 22 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page /.)— John Peter and Violet 
Catherine Arkwright have further issue 
a son, John Brassey Arkwright, born at 
Hatton House, Warwick, on Wednesday, 
II September 19 12, baptised at Hatton. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 15, page 79.— 
Bertram Harry Godfrey Arkwright was 
appointed J. P. for co. Derby 19 12. 

Page 80. — Edward Harry and Rachel 
Winifred Arkwright of Lapley Hall, 
Stafford, have issue a daughter, Joan, 
born at Brewood Hall, co. Stafford, on 
Monday, 12 December 19 10, baptised 
at Brewood. 

Page 80 {and Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page 12.) — Henry FitzHerbert and Alys 
Arkwright have issue a son, Francis 
Arkwright, born at Overton, Marton, 
New Zealand, on Friday, 26 January 
1912. 

ARMITAGE. Vol. 8, page 71.— George 
Pollard .'\rmitage married at Cleeve, 
CO. Somerset, 7 February 19 12, Coralie 
Eugenie, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
William Chastel de Boinville, Vicar of 
Burton, co. Westmorland. 

ARMSTRONG. Vol. 13, page 145.— 
The Hon'>'= Winifreda Margaret, only 
daughter of Baron Armstrong, died at 
Cabbe, Roquebrune, France, aged 17, 
on Weilnesday, 20 March 1912, and was 
buried at Rothbury,co. Northumberland. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234.— George 
Ayscough Arniytage was promoted 
Major King's Royal Rifle Corps 18 
March 191 2. 

John Hawksworth Armytage married 
at Rawcliffe, co. York, on Thursday, 
8 February 19 12, Everilda Frances, only 
daughter of Ralph Creyke of Rawcliffe 
Hall and Marton, co. York, D.L. They 
have issue a son, Walter John Armytage, 
born 27 March, baptised at St. James', 
Paddington, London, 3 May 19 13. 

Page 236. — Percy Armytage was 
promoted M.V.O. (4th-class) 10 October 
191 1, and was appointed Gentleman 
Usher to H.M. King George V. 7 May 
1910. 

ASKWITH. Vol. 15, page 105.— 
Elizabeth, widow of General William 
HarrLson Askwith, died at 119 St. 
George's Square, Belgravia, London, 
aged 87, on Thursday, 12 February 
1914. 



ASKWITH, continued 

Page 106. — Sir George Ranken Ask- 
with, K.C.B., resigned as Comptroller 
of the Labour Department, and was 
appointed Chief Industrial Commissioner 
October 191 1. 

Lieut.-Colonel John Browning Har- 
rison Askwith retired from the Royal 
Artillery 20 November 191 2. 

Page 108. — Kate Valentine, elder 
daughter of Thomas Askwith, was 
married at St. Albans Abbey on Satur- 
day, 23 September 1911, to Arthur 
Francis Harland, 3rd son of Thomas 
Harland of Danes Lea, Bridlington, 
CO. York, J. P. East Riding, co. York. 

Page 108 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page it.) — Cecil Theodore and Dorothy 
Helen Askwith have issue a daughter, 
Kathleen Rosalind, born at 64 Friar's 
Stile Road, Richmond Hill, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 19 June, baptised at All 
Saints', Woodford Green, co. Essex, 
24 August 19 13. 

Page no. — The Rev. William Ask- 
with, Vicar of PoUington-cum-Balne, co. 
York, exchanged benefices with the Rev. 
Charles Baker, Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Matlock Bath, co. Derby, March 19 14. 

Page III. — The Rev. John Haddon 
Askwith was appointed Vicar of Christ 
Church, Ramsgate, co. Kent, October 
1912. 

Page 112. — The Rev. Edward Har- 
rison Askwith, D.D., was appointed 
Rural Dean of Kirkby Lonsdale, co. 
Westmorland, January 191 3. 

The Rev. George Askwith was 
appointed Vicar of Woking, co. Surrey, 
June 191 2. 

ASSHETON. Vol. i, page 72.— The 
Rev. William Orme Assheton was 
appointed Rural Dean of Rugby with 
Dunchurch, co. Warwici, 23 October 
191 2. 

ATLAY. Vol. 14, page 70. — James Beres- 
ford Atlay, M.A., F.S.A., died, aged 52, 
on Friday, 22 November, and was 
buried in Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 26 November 19 12, 
after service at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex. Will 
dated 3 January 191 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry 23 January 1913, by 
Edward Wilfrid Atlay. 

Page 71.— The Ven""' Brownlow 
Thomas Atlay died at 10 Mattock Lane, 
Ealing, co. IMiddlesex, aged So, on 
Monday, 16 September, and was buried 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



ATLAY, continued. 

in Westminster Cemetery, Hanvveil, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 20 September 
1912. Will dated 26 April 1904, with 
codicil dated 27 May 1910, proved in 
the Principal Registry ii November 
19 1 2, by Edward Wilfred Atlay and 
Maynard Sandys Brodhurst. 

Page 72. — The Rev. Marcus Ethel- 
bert Atlay was appointed Vicar of 
St. Matthew's, Westminster, June 1914. 

ATTREE. Vol. i, page 157.— Margaret, 
widow of Richard Wakeford Attree, 
died at Ditchling, co. Sussex, aged 84, 
on Wednesday, 15 May, and was buried 
there on Saturday, 18 May 1912. 

AUDEN. Vol. 13, page 170. — The Rev. 
John Ernest Auden resigned the living 
of Tong, CO. Salop, 191 3. 

Page 171. — John Lorimer Auden was 
educated at Marlljorough. 

Edward Humphry Auden was 
educated at Repton. 

The Rev. John Wollen Lee was 
appointed Vicar of Cressage, co. Salop, 
1908. 

Page 173. — The Rev. Walter Douglas 
Auden was appointed Vicar of Howgill, 
CO. York, July 191 2. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 64.— Lord 
Avebury died at Kingsgate Castle, near 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, aged 79, on Wed- 
nesday, 28 May, and was buried at 
Farnborough, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
31 May 19 1 3. Memorial service at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster. Will 
dated 22 January 1913, proved in July 

1913, by John Birkbeck, Lord Avebury, 
and the Hon""^ Harold Fox Pitt 
Lubbock, sons. 

Page 65.— The Hon'''' Harold Fox 
Pitt Lubbock married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Wednesday, 10 June 

1914, Dorothy, elder daughter of Henry 
William Forster of Exbury Hall, co. 
Hants, and of Southend Hall, Catford, 
CO. Kent, M.P. 

Page 66. — John Verity died at Hailey, 
Wallingford, co. Berks, aged 41, on 
Thursday, 6 April 1905. 

Page 67. — Madeleine Alice, only 
daughter of Charles Western Lubbock, 
was married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Wednesday, 31 January 19 12, to 
George Norman Ferrers-Guy, son of 
T. Ferrers-Guy. 



AVEBURY, continued. 

Page 67. — Geoffrey Lubbock was 
appointed High Sheriff for the County 
of London 191 2. 

Rupert Egertoii Lubbock married at 
the British Consulate General, Shanghai, 
China, before Sir Everard Eraser, 
K.C.M.G., and afterwards at Holy 
Trinity Cathedral, Shanghai, on Wed- 
nesday, 18 December 191 2, Vera Isabel, 
only daughter of G. R. Wingrove of 
Shanghai. 

Page 68. — Ralph Hugh Lubbock 
married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Monday, 8 June 19 14, 
Adelaide Margaret Constance, youngest 
daughter of Samuel Hynman Mont- 
gomerie of Garnsgate Hall, co. Lincoln, 
by Lady Sophy Constance his wife, 
eldest daughter of Archibald William, 
14th Earl of Eglinton {see Pedigree of 
Allanhy, Vol. S, page ip). 

Margaret Constance Nevile, 4th 
daughter of Sir Nevile Lubbock, 
K.C.M.G., was married at Holy Trinity, 
Bromley Common, co. Kent, on Wed- 
nesday, 24 April 191 2, to Bertram 
E. Hambro, youngest son of Percival 
Hambro. 

Page 69. — Major Guy Lubbock mar- 
ried at Necton, co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 
i6 April 1912, Lettice Isabella, 3rd 
daughter of Robert Harvey Mason of 
Necton Hall and Wroxham, co. Norfolk, 
D.L., by Jane Charlotte his wife, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Arthur \Vilson 
Upcher, Rector of Ashwellthorpe with 
Wreningham, co. Norfolk (see Pedigree 
of Upcher, Vol. j, page 28) ; born at 
Necton Hall on Saturday, 21 June 1879. 

Sybil, 5th daughter of Sir Nevile 
Lubbock, K.C.M.G., was married at 
Holy Trinity, Bromley Common, on 
Saturday, 2 November 1912, to Edward 
Boyd Maxwell (2nd son of James 
Maxwell); born 2 June 1886; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 20 December 
1905, Lieutenant 20 December 1908. 

Page 70. — Alfred Basil Lubbock 
married at St. Saviour's, Walton Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 15 January 
1 91 2, Dorothy Mary, daughter of 
Charles ^Villiam Warner, C.B., and 
widow of Commander Thomas Ulric 
Thynne, R.N. 

Cecil and Edith Lubbock have further 
issue a daughter, Viola, born at 17 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 19 December 
1912. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



AVEBURY, continued. 

Page 71. — Amy Myddleton, widow 
of Edgar Lubbock, was married 2ndly 
at Gretford, co. Lincoln, on Wednesday, 
25 March 19 14, to Sir John Henry 
Trollope, Baron Kesteven, and a 
Baronet ; born at Casewick House on 
Monday, 22 September 1851 ; educated 
at Eton and at Magdalen College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1869; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baron 17 Deceinber 1874; of 
the 14th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
in South African War 10 March 1900; 
Lieut.-Colonel Lincolnshire Imperial 
Yeomanry 23 August 1901 ; Hon. 
Lieutenant in the Army 6 July 1901. 

Merlin Gordon Lubbock married at 
the United Services' Church, Victoria, 
Vancouver Island, 29 July 1912, Mary 
Clernjont, daughter of Clermont Living- 
ston, and widow of William Martin 
Wightman of the United States Navy. 

BABINGTON. Vol. 8, page 93.— 
Florence Lucy, 3rd daughter of Matthew 
Babington of Rothley, co. Leicester, 
died at Carisbrook House, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 81, on Sunday, 
14 December 191 3. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 244.— Mary 
Josephine, 2nd daughter of Henry 
Bacchus, was married at the Franciscan 
Church, Clevedon, co. Somerset, on 
Monday, 19 February 191 2, as his 2nd 
wife, to His Honour Judge Sir George 
Sherston Baker, Baronet (eldest son of 
Henry Sherston Baker, Barrister-at-Law, 
by Maria Martha his wife, daughter of 
John Burke of York Place, Portman 
Square, London); born 19 May 1846; 
succeeded his cousin as 4th Baronet 12 
February 1877 ; Recorder of Helston 
1886-89, of Barnstaple and Bideford 
1889 ; County Court Judge of Circuit 
No. 17, 1901 ; J. P. for co. Lincoln, 
Lincoln, Great Grimsby, Boston, Barn- 
staple and Bideford. 

Page 244 {and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page a.) — Julian Bacchus was promoted 
Captain Leicestershire Regiment 1 1 De- 
cember 1909; Superintendent Gymnasia, 
Aldershot Command, i September i9r3. 
He and Evelyn his wife have issue a 
son. Alec Hatfeild Bacchus, born 
4 August 1 9 10, baptised at Woking, 
CO. Surrey ; and a daughter, Joan Mary, 
born at Farnborough, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 18 May, baptised at St. Mark's, 
Farnborough, 25 June 19 14. 



BACK. Vol. 6, page 1 18.— Henry William 
liack married at Eaton, co. Norfolk, on 
Tuesday, 3 June 191 3, Yvonne Gertrude, 
elder daughter of Charles Storey Gilman 
of The LaWns, Eaton. 

The Rev. Percy Robert Hatfeild 
Back, B.A. of Caius College and of 
Ridley Hallj Cambridge, was appointed 
Curate of St. John's, Stratford, co. 
Esse.x, 19 1 3. 

Page 123. — Terence Hugh Back was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 1914. 

Page 125. — Phyllis Mary, 2nd daugh- 
ter of Lieut.-Colonel Philip Edward 
Back, V.D., was married at Oulton, 
CO. Suffolk, on Saturday, 4 November 
191 1, to Frant Stuart Sallisbury Tull, 
younger son of Walter Tull of Palace 
Road, Streatham Hill, co. Surrey. 

William Edward Back of St. Heller's, 
Kingston-on-Thames, CO. Surrey, married 
at St. Peter's, Norbiton, co. Surrey, 30 
May 19 14, Dorothy Alice, only surviving 
daughter of Captain Trenaman, Marine 
Service, and niece of Rear-Admiral 
Edward Little of Shipdham, Co. Norfolk. 

BAGOT. Vol. 13, page 2.— Mary Isabella, 
wife of Arthur Greville Bagot, died 
7 December 1905. He married 2ndly 
at St. Peter's, Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 10 December 19 13, Mary 
Lilian, daughter of the Rev. Henry 
^^'all, Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, 
Wykeham Professor of Logic, and Rec- 
tor of Huntspill, CO. Somerset, and widow 
of L. Kinglake. 

Page 4. — William Algernon Cajetan 
Law married 2ndly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Tuesday, 
5 March 19 12, the Hon''''= Catherine 
Rose (Hozier), 2nd daughter of William 
Wallace, ist Baron Newlands. 

Page 7. — Cecil Villiers and Ethel 
Bagot have further issue a son, Charles 
Frederic Villiers Bagot, born at 68 York 
Mansions, Battersea Park, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 18 May, baptised at All 
Saints', Battersea Park, on Friday, 14 
June 1912. 

Mary Harriet Agnes, only daughter of 
the Rev. Frederic Bagot, D.C.L., died 
at 22 Brechin Place, South Kensington, 
London, aged 45, on Wednesday, 19 
August, and was buried at Harpsden, 
CO. Oxford, on Saturday, 22 August 
1914. 

The Rev. Sidney Charles Bagot was 
appointed Rector of Rous Lench, 
CO. Worcester, 191 1. 



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ADDITIONS c^ CORRECTIONS. 



BAGOT, co?i tinned. 

Page 8.— Sidney Leveson Lane died 
at Great Addington, co. Northampton, 
aged 79, on Thursday, 29 December 
19 10. Will proved in the Principal 
Registry in April 1911. 
BAGSHAWE. Vol. i, page 143- — 
William Henry Greaves-Bagshawe died, 
aged 81, on Saturday, 12 July, and was 
buried at Chapel-en-le-Frith, co. Derby, 
on Wednesday, 16 July i9'3- "^^'l' 
dated 18 February 1904, proved at 
Derby in September 1913, by his 
son-in-law and daughter, Ernest Carver 
and Frances Alice Devereux Carver of 
Poise House, Hazelgrove, co. Chester, 
who were granted by Royal Licence, 
27 February 19 14, to take the name 
and arms of Bagshawe in accordance 
with the will. 
BAINBRIGGE. Vol. i, page 215.— 
Emma Frances, widow of William Henry 
Bainbrigge, died at Hillcroft, Reading, 
CO. Berks, 19 July 1913. 
BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4. page 25.— 
Grace, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Sabine Baring-Gould was married at 
Lew Trenchard, co. Devon, on Wed- 
nesday, 16 July 19 1 3, to Charles Hamlyn 
Hunt Calmady-Hanilyn of Leawood, 
Bridestowe, co. Devon (only son of the 
Rev. Charles William Hunt Holley, Vicar 
of Okehampton, co. Devon, by Susan 
Emily [Hamlyn] his wife, 2nd daughter 
of Shilston Calmady-Hamlyn of Lea- 
wood and Paschoe, co. Devon, D.L.); 
born 25 November 1880; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1905, M.A. 1910; 
Captain Royal North Devon Hussars, 
1911 ; J. P. for CO. Devon 1911 ; Lord 
of the Manor of Willesworthy, co. Devon. 
Page 26. — Charles Sabine Baring- 
Gould married at Sharow, co. York, on 
Wednesday, 12 November 1913, Agatha 
Mary, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
James Farmer of Lucan House, Ripon, 
CO. York. 

Winifred Mary, younger daughter of 
Francis Baring-Gould, was married at 
Merrow, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 10 
October 1912, to Sydney Twells Watson 
(son of Robert Twells Watson) ; born 
27 July 1879; 2nd Lieutenant The 
Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment 
7 March 1900, Lieutenant 20 February 
1902, Captain 22 January 191 1 ; served 
in South African War 1899-1902 
(Queen's medal with two clasps, King's 
medal with two clasps). 



BARKER. Vol. 5, page 26.— Ronald 
William Barker married at St. George's, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 12 
August 1913, Beatrice Joan, eldest 
daughter of Lieut.- Colonel Gilbert 
Edward Bryant, R.A., of St. Ives, co. 
Cornwall. 

BARLOW. Vol. II, page 63.— George 
Barlow died at 28 New Cavendish 
Street, Portland Place, London, aged 66, 
on Friday, 26 December 1913, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 

Louisa, wife of above, died 29 Decem- 
ber 19 13, and was buried at Hasketon, 
CO. Suffolk. 

Page 66.— Charlotte Eliza, widow of 
the Rev. John Mount Barlow, died at 
Barnards Green House, Malvern, co. 
Worcester, aged 81, on Friday, 22 
September, and was buried at Malvern 
on Monday, 25 September 191 1. 

Page 67. — Cordeha, widow of Lieut- 
Colonel Frederick Barlow, died at The 
Shrubbery, Hasketon, co. Suffolk, 
aged 78, 24 May, and was buried at 
Hasketon on Thursday, 28 May 1914- 

Eustace Hepburn Barlow died at 
Hope House, Hasketon, aged 58, on 
Friday, 29 May, and was buried at 
Hasketon on Monday, i June 1914- 

Henrietta Rosamund, youngest daugh- 
ter of Lieut.-Colonel Frederick Barlow, 
was married at St. Peter's, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 19 July 
1 913, to Randall Ellis Walford of 
Hasketon, son of the Rev. Ellis Walford, 
Rector of Dallinghoo, co. Suffolk. 

Page 68. — Francis John Barlow 
married at Haslemere, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 30 October 1912, Winifred, 
younger daughter of Sir Richard Charles 
Garton of Lythe Hill, Haslemere They 
have issue a son, Richard Francis 
Barlow, born at Broad Dene, Hasle- 
mere, on Friday, 31 October 191 3. 

BARLOW. Vol. 14, page 196.— Colonel 
Sir Hilaro William Wellesley Barlow, 
Baronet, Superintendent of the Royal 
Laboratory, Woolwich, was nominated 
C.B. 3 June 1913. 

BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 43-— 
Admiral Thomas Barnardiston died 21 
January 1907, and was buried at Kirk 
Hammerton, co. York. Lucy Mary, 
his widow, died at Kirk Hammerton 
Hall, aged 68, 2 August, and was buried 
at Kirk Hammerton 5 August 19 14. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



BARNARDISTON, continued. 

Page 43. — Captain Thomas Legge 
Barnardiston, R.N., died at the Royal 
Naval Hospital, Haslar, aged 45, on 
Tuesday, 6 February, and was buried at 
Great Henny, co. Essex, lo February 
1912. 

BARNE. Vol. 7, page 159 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page V.) — Miles and Violet 
Ella Barne, have further issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Mabel, born at 
Sotterley, co. Suffolk, on \Vednesday, 
18 October, baptised there 3 December 
igii. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 7.— Alfred 
Percival and Helen Charlotte Barry 
have further issue a daughter, Margaret 
Helen, born at 56 Cornwall Gardens, 
South Kensington, London, on Friday, 

3 April, baptised at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 9 May 19 14. 

Page II. — Sir John Wolfe Wolfe- 
Barry was elected Prime Warden of the 
Goldsmiths' Company June 191 2. 

Page 12. — Cecil Charles Stuart Barry 
was promoted Lieut. -Colonel Indian 
Medical Service (Burma Railways 
Volunteer Corps) 29 July 19 13. 

BARTLETT. Vol. i, page 66.— Thomas 
Bartlett died at 12 Pembroke Place, 
Liverpool, aged 73, on Wednesday, 

4 September 19 12, and was cremated 
at Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool. Will 
(by which he left directions for the pro- 
viding of a peal of bells for Liverpool 
Cathedral) dated 18 October 191 1, with 
codicil dated 29 May 19 12, proved at 
Liverpool 5 November 191 2, by John 
Adams Bartlett, Harold Evers Swindell 
and Benson Crook. 

Page 66 {and Addenda, Vo/. 11, 
page a.) — John Adams and Ellen 
Violet Murray Bartlett have further 
issue a son, Nicholas Murray Bartlett, 
bom at 32 Parkfield Road, Liverpool, on 
Tuesday, 26 December 191 1, baptised 
at St. Margaret's, Princes Road, Liver- 
pool, II February 191 2. 

Page 67 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page V.) — Godfrey Thomas and Joan 
Bartlett have further issue a daughter, 
Prisca, born at 22 Stow Park Avenue, 
Newport, co. Monmouth, on Thursday, 
18 January, baptised at St. John's, 
Newport, 18 February 191 2. 

BARTLETT, Vol. 6, page 29 {and 
Addendas, Vol. 7, page !., and Vol. 14., 
page ill.) — The Rev. Richard Grosvenor 
and Evelyn Grace Bartelot, have further 



BARTLETT, continued. 

issue a son, Richard St. George Bartelot, 
born at St. George's Vicarage, Ford- 
ington, CO. Dorset, on Sunday, 29 
December 191 2. 

Page 30.— William Oldfeld Bartlett 
died at Ravenscroft, Parkstone, co. 
Dorset, aged 87, on Wednesday, 9 
October 1912. 

BARTON. Vol. I, page 91.— Thomas 
Needham Wilson of Harrow Lodge, 
Bransgore, Christchurch, co. Hants, 
married 2ndly at St. Michael and 
All Angels', Paddington, London, on 
Wednesday, 12 June 191 2, Dona, elder 
daughter of Henry Shaw of Whitehall, 
near Buxton, co. Derby {see Pedigree of 
Wilson, Vol. 6, page 22). 

BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 4. — Major- 
General George Money Battye died at 
Frognal, Torquay, co. Devon, aged 83, 
on Sunday, 13 October 19x2. \Vill 
dated 3 December 1889, proved at 
Exeter 22 November 191 2, by Emma 
Battye, the relict. 

Emma, widow of Major- General 
George Money Battye, died at Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, on Sunday, 6 July, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Torquay, 
on Wednesday, 9 July 19 13. 

Page 8. — Arthur Henry Battye was 
promoted Lieut.-Colonel Indian Army 
12 November 19 10. 

Page 9. — Ivan Urmston Battye was 
promoted Major Indian Army 16 
January 19 13, and appointed Brigade 
Major, India, i April 19 13. 

BEAZLEY. Vol. 10, page 145.— Eliza 
Emma Jessie, widow of James Beazley, 
died at Fern Hill, co. Chester, aged 93, 
on Monday, 20 May, and was buried in 
Birkenhead Cemetery, Flaybrick Hill, 
Bidston, co. Chester, 23 May 191 2. M.I. 

Page 146 {and Addenda, Vol. 75, 
page iv.) — -John Godfrey Beazley, of 
the Indian Civil Service, married at 
St. John-the-Evangelist's, Prince's Street, 
Edinburgh, on Wednesday, 6 September 
19 1 1, Roberta, 2nd daughter of David 
Mitchell of Millfield, Polmont, co. 
Stirling, J. P., by Roberta his 2nd wife, 
daughter of Robert Andrews ; born 
3 January 1886. 

Page 146. — Margaret Ellen, 3rd 
daughter of James Henry Beazley was 
married at St. Saviour's, Oxton, co. 
Chester, on Wednesday, 5 June 191 2, 
to Percival Wilson Leathart of Upper 
Norwood, CO. Surrey (3rd son of James 



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ADDITIONS is' CORRECTIONS. 



BEAZLEY, continued. 

Leathart of Gateshead-on-Tyne, co. 
Durham); born ii August 1875 ; B.A., 
M.B., B.C. Camb., 1905, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1903. 

Page 147. — Hugh Loveday Beazley 
married at Baldock, co. Hertford, on 
Saturday, 30 September 191 1, Beatrice 
Constance, only daughter of Charles 
James Veasey of Baldock ; born 16 
October 1880. They have issue a son, 
Robert Arthur Cecil Beazley, born at 
168 Kensington Park Road, London, 
on Wednesday, 3 July, baptised at 
Baldock 25 August 1912; and a daughter, 
Nancy Beatrice, born at 168 Kensington 
Park Road on Wednesday, 14 January, 
baptised at All Saints', Birkenhead, co. 
Chester, 12 April 1914. 

Page 148 {and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page iv. — James Geoffrey Brydon and 
Lilian Edgar Beazley have issue a 
daughter, Barbara Gordon, born at 
Sunfield, Great Sutton, co. Chester, on 
Sunday, 10 September, baptised at St. 
Saviour's, Oxton, co. Chester, 1 1 October 
191 1 ; and a son, Geoffrey Gordon 
Beazley, born at Sunfield 10 April, 
baptised at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 7 May 

1913- 
Page 148. — John Roland Beazley 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Fusiliers 7 February 1912. 

Helen Margaret, elder daughter of 
Edwin Arthur Beazley of The Lydiate, 
Willaston, Wirral, co. Chester, was 
married at Willaston on W'ednesday, 
7 January 19 14, to George Leathart 
Rae of Caldy, co. Chester, 2nd son of 
Edward Rae of Courthill, Birkenhead. 

BEEBEE. Vol. 9, page 50 {atid Addenda, 
Vol. IS, page iv.) — Meyrick John Legge 
and Hilda Georgiana Beebee have 
further issue a son, Meyrick Frederick 
Legge Beebee, born at 41 Carlyle 
Square, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 16 July 19 10. 

BELLASIS. Vol. 2, page 59. — Margaret 
Jane, 2nd daughter of Edward Bellasis, 
and widow of Edward Charlton, M.D., 
D.C.L., died at Kensington, London, 
5 March, and was buried at St. Oswald's, 
Bellingham, co. Northumberland, 10 
March 19 14. 

BENDALL. Vol. 15, page 44.— Ernest 
Alfred Bendall, who was educated at 
the Edinburgh Academy and the City 
of London School, retired from the 



BENDALL, continued. 

Paymaster- General's Department in 
1896. He was appointed a Joint 
Examiner of Plays by the Lord Cham- 
berlain 10 February 191 2. 

BENSON. Vol. 5, page 123. — Agnes 
Elizabeth, widow of Christopher Benson, 
died at Lugano, Switzerland, on Sunday, 
5 November, and was buried there 
8 November 191 1. 

BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 138.— Esther, 
widow of Edward Bentley, M.D., died 
at St. Finbarre's, The Esplanade, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, aged 93, on 
Thursday, 23 October 1913, and was 
buried in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 27 October 19 13. 

Page 141 {and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page iv.) — Horatio Haliburton and 
Evelyn Bentley have issue a son, 
Richard Haliburton Bentley, born at 
North Lodge, Bedford, 18 November 

191 1, baptised at St. Peter's, Bedford. 

BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 116 
{and Addenda, Vol. ij, page iv.) — 
George Arthur and Sheila Ponsonby 
have further issue a son, Robert Martin 
Dominic Ponsonby, born at 14 Mont- 
pelier Square, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 4 August 191 1. 

Vere Brabazon, Viscount Duncannon, 
who was elected M.P. for Dover 1913, 
married in the Temple de I'Etoile, 
Avenue de la Grande Armee, Paris, on 
Tuesday, 25 June 1912, Roberte, only 
daughter of Baron de Neuflize of Paris. 
They have issue a son, John Edward 
Neuflize Ponsonby, born on Saturday, 
29 March 1913. 

Page 116 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, . 
page iv.) — The Hon''''^ Cyril Myles 
Brabazon and Rita Narcissa Ponsonby 
have issue a son, Arthur Mountifort 
Longfield Ponsonby, born 1 1 December 

191 2, baptised at Cloyne Cathedral, co. 
Cork, on Monday, 20 January 1913 
(H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught stood 
sponsor). 

Page 117. — Lady Maria Emma 
Katherine, widow of the Hon'''^ Gerald 
Henry Brabazon Ponsonby, died at 
3 Stratford Place, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 February, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Monday, 12 February 19 12, after service 
at St. Anselm's, Davies Street, Berkeley 
Square, London. 



ADDITIONS 6^ CORRECTIONS. 



BESSBOROUGH, conthmed. 

Page 117. — Lady Gvveneth Freda, 
youngest daughter of Edward, Earl of 
Bessborough, was married at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 10 July 1913, to 
the Hon''''' Windham Baring (younger 
son of Sir Evelyn, Earl of Cromer, 
G.C.B.); born 29 September 1880. 

Page 120. — Patrick Spencer John 
Ponsonby was appointed 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Marines i October 191 2. 

BICKNELL. Vol. 17, page 42- — 
Ada, daughter of Elhanan Bicknell, and 
widow of Edward Berry, died at 
Nayland, co. Suffolk, aged 80, on 
Wednesday, 13 September 191 1, 
cremated at Golder's Green on Satur- 
day, 16 September, and buried at 
Stanstead, co. Kent, on Monday, 18 
September 19 11. Will proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1465, 191 1) 4 October 191 1. 

Sidney Bicknell died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 79, on Thursday, 26 
October 191 1. Will proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1769, 1911) 9 December 191 1, 
by Rosa Louisa Bicknell, relict, and 
Arthur Temple Cummings. 

Rosa Louisa, widow of Sidney 
Bicknell, died at Barcombe House, 
Barcombe, co. Sussex, 8 January 19 13. 

Page 45. — The Rev. Norman Leslie 
Bicknell was appointed Rector of St. 
Tudy, CO. Cornwall, 191 2. 

BID DELL. Vol. 3, page 99. — Emma, 
widow of George Arthur Biddell, died 
at Upland Gate, Bishop's Hill, Ipswich, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 93, on Monday, 24 
August 1 914. 

Ellen, 5th daughter of Arthur Biddell, 
died at 39 Park Road, Ipswich, aged 85, 
on Tuesday, 10 March, and was buried 
at Play ford, CO. Suffolk, 14 March 1914. 
Will dated 31 May 19 10, with three 
codicils dated 13 September 1910, 
I November 1910 and 21 December 

191 1, proved in Ipswich District Registry 
15 April 19 1 4. 

The Rev. Herman Masterman Biddell 
was appointed Vicar of St. Jude's, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, June 19 12. He 
married at Christ Church, Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 24 July 

1912, Violet Marjorie, 2nd daughter of 
Hugh Bickersteth of 65 Fitzjohn's 
Avenue, Hampstead. They have issue 

' a daughter, Marjorie Joyce, born at 
65 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, on 
Monday, 26 May, baptised at St. Jude's, 
Southwark, 9 July 191 3. 



BLUMER. Vol. 9, page 77.— Luke 
Blumer died at 3 Woodside Terrace, 
Darlington, co. Durham, aged 65, on 
Wednesday, 30 June, and was buried 
at West Cemetery, Darlington, on 
Thursday, 3 July 1913. 

Page 77 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page w.)^George Blumer (who was 
appointed Dean of the Faculty of the 
Medical School at Yale University, New 
Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A., in June 
19 10) married andly at 212 York Street, 
New Haven on Saturday, 26 June 1909, 
Mabel Louise, daughter of Edward 
Elias Bradley of New Haven, by Mary 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Nathaniel 
Kimberly of West Haven, Connecticut; 
born at New Haven 7 August 1880, 
baptised at Christ Church, West Haven, 
29 May 1881. They have issue a 
daughter, Mary Kimberly, born at 64 
Trumbull Street, New Haven, on Sun- 
day, 15 May, baptised at 212 York 
Street, New Haven, 26 June 1910; and 
a son, Elice Walford Blumer, born at 
64 Trumbull Street, New Haven, 16 
May 1 9 1 3, baptised at 2 1 2 York Street, 
New Haven, 2 November 1914. 

Page 78. — Hilda, 2nd daughter of 
John George Blumer of Sierra Madre, 
California, U.S.A., was married at the 
Church of the Ascension, Sierra Madre, 
on Tuesday, 27 June 191 1, to William 
Earned Thacher (son of Thomas 
Anthony Thacher, formerly Professor of 
Latin, Yale University, Connecticut, 
U.S.A., by Elizabeth Baldwin his wife, 
daughter of Roger Sherman of New 
Haven, Connecticut) ; bom at New 
Haven 9 October 1866; B.A. of Yale 
University. 

Philip Walford Blumer was married 
at Sierra Madre on Tuesday, 28 July 
1908, Teddle May, daughter of David 
Henry McConnell of Wellman, Iowa, 
U.S.A., by Annie Christine his wife, 
daughter of John Peter O'Mark of 
Wataga, Illinois, U.S.A. ; born at 
Wellman 28 July 1884. They have 
issue three sons, John McConnell 
Blumer, born at the Pasadena Hospital, 
Pasadena, California, on Saturday, 3 
July 1909; Philip Walford Blumer, bom 
at North Central Avenue, Eagle Rock, 
California, on \\'ednesday, i March 
191 1, died at Eagle Rock, California, 
aged 2, on Saturday, 24 May 1913; 
and Richard Thacher Blumer, bom 
at Pasadena Hospital 30 November 
1912. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BLUMER. Vol. 12, page 176.— The 
Rev. Reginald Charles Blumer, B.A., 
B.Sc, was ordained Deacon 1912, and 
appointed Curate of St. John's, Parra- 
matta, New South Wales, 19 12. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 125.— 
iMary \Vall, 2nd daughter of Reginald 
Brook Boddington, and widow of the 
Rev. William Herbert Maddock {see 
Pedigree of Maddock, Vol. J, page jl), 
died at Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, aged 72, 
on Sunday, 1 September 19 12. 

BODINGTON. Vol. 14, page 119.— 
liliabeth Louise Marion, eldest daughter 
of the Rev. Herbert James Bodington, 
was married at St. Lawrence, Reading, 
CO. Berks, on Wednesday, 10 June 1914, 
to Sidney Edwin Collins, eldest son 
of Sidney Collins of Tursley House, 
Mortimer, co. Berks. 

Page 120. — John Victor Bodington 
of Grey Hill, Alberta, Canada, married 
at St. James', Winnipeg, Canada, on 
Saturday, 29 June 19 12, Gladys Muriel, 
daughter of Daniel Clewin Griffith of 
60 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex. 

The Ven''''^ Eric James Bodington, 
Chaplain of Calne Union 1911-13, co. 
Wilts, was appointed Archdeacon of 
Wilts December 191 2, and Prebendary 
of Chardstock, in Salisbury Cathedral, 
19^3- 

BODINGTON. Vol. 17, page 131.— 
Zipporah, widow of the Rev. Alfred 
Bodington, died 17 April 19 13. 

Page 132. — Sylvia Anne, 5th daughter 
of the Rev. Alfred Bodington, died 13 
July 1913. 

Page 133. — The Rev. Kenelm 
Edmund Bodington was appointed 
Vicar of Marston with Whitgreave, co. 
Stafford, 15 June 191 1. 

BOGGIS-ROLFE. Vol. 7, page 120 
(and Addenda, Vol. 16, page vii.) — 
Douglass Horace and Maria Maud 
Boggis-Rolfe of Little Sir Hughes, 
Baddow, co. Essex, and of 22 Victoria 
Square, London, have further issue two 
sons, Hume laoggis-Rolfe, born at 22 
Victoria Square, London, on Friday, 20 
October 191 1, baptised at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, South Kensington, 
London; and Paul Boggis-Rolfe, born at 
22 Victoria Square, London, on Friday, 
5 December 1913, baptised at St. 
Stephen's, Gloucester Road, South 
Kensington. 



BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 66 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page vii.) — Arthur 
Paul and Dorothy Christina Leslie 
Boissier have issue a daughter, Beatrice 
Mary Jane, bom 29 December 19 13, 
baptised at St. Mildred's, Whippingham, 
Isle of Wight, 8 February 1914. 

Page 68. — The Rev. George John 
Buissier was appointed Prebendary of 
Gretton, in Lincoln Cathedral, 12 
February 191 2; Warden of Lincoln 
Diocesan Guilds Union January 191 2. 

BOND. Vol. 3, page 72. — Mary Laetitia, 
only daughter of the Rev. William 
Henry Bond, and wife of the Rev. John 
Herbert Wightman Lewis, Rector of 
Boughton Malherbe, co. Kent, died, 
aged 48, 20 May 19 12, and was buried 
at Beauchamp Roding, co. Essex. 

Cyril Bond died at the Rectory, High 
Ongar, co. Essex, aged 42, on Friday, 
12 December 19 13, and was buried at 
Beauchamp Roding. 

BOOTH BY. Vol. 16, page 180. — Sir 
Brooke Boothby, Baronet, died at 21 
Victoria Square, London, aged 56, on 
Wednesday, 22 January, and was buried 
at Welwyn, co. Hertford, on Monday, 27 
January 19 13. Memorial service at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London, the same 
day. Administration was granted in 
March 191 3. 

Page 181. — Charles Francis Boothby 
succeeded his brother Brooke as 12th 
Baronet 22 January 1913. 

Page 182. — John Henry Boothby 
entered the Royal Artillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 18 July 19 13. 

Page 183. — Harriet, widow of George 
William Boothby, married 2ndly 3 Jan- 
uary 187 1, the Ven'''= Angus Gunn, 
D.D., of Dollar, co. Clackmannan. 
She died 14 November 191 1. 

Page 184. — Charles Edward Boothby 
died at i Palmeira Square, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 91, on Easter Sunday, 
23 March, and was buried at Sudbury, 
CO. Derby, on Thursday, 27 March 

'913- 
Page 190. — Captain William Osbert 
Boothby, R.N., C.V.O., C.B., and Hilda 
Lambert his wife, have further issue 
a son, Christopher Evelyn Boothby, 
born at Woodlands, \Vareham, co. 
Dorset, on Sunday, 15 September 1912, 
Captain William Osbert Boothby 
died at St. Thomas' Home, London, 



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BOOTH BY, continued. 

aged 47, on Tuesday, 20 May, and 
was buried at St. Martin's, Canterbury, 
CO. Kent, on Friday, 23 May 1913. 

Page 191. — The Rev. Walter Ralph 
Jebb Boothby, Curate of Stevenage, co. 
Hertford, 1909-11, was appointed 
Rector of Thimbleby, co. Lincoln, 191 1. 

Page 192. — Esme Frances Nevill 
Augusta, wife of Evelyn Leonard Beridge 
Boothby, Lieutenant Royal Navy, died 
at Stoke, Devonport, co. Devon, aged 
36, on Thursday, 2 January 19 13. 

BOUGHEY. Page loi of present volume. 
The Rev. Percy Fletcher and Elsie le 
Strange Boughey have further issue a 
son, Thomas Fletcher Boughey, born at 
the Vicarage, Holkham, co. Norfolk, 
on Monday, 25 May 19 14. 

BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 149.— The Rev. 
John Bury Bourne, only son of John 
Henry Bourne, was Curate of Lee- 
on-the-Solent, 1908-11, and of Fleet, 
both CO. Hants, 1911-12; appointed 
Rector of Great Cheverell, co. Wilts, 
1912. 

BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2.— Major 
Arthur Hautayne Bo wring, R.F.A., 
married at Purbrook, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 7 August 1913, Lorna 
Colleton, eldest daughter of Brigadier- 
General Sir Robert Colleton of More- 
lands, Purbrook. 

Page 3 {iDid Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page vii.) — Charles Calvert and Ethel 
Dorothy Bo wring have further issue a 
son, Humphrey Kempthorn Bowring, 
born at Nairobi, British East Africa, 
30 December 19 12, baptised there 31 
January 19 13; and a daughter, Elizabeth 
Anne, born at Nairobi 7 March, baptised 
there 12 May 1914. 

Page 3. — Commander Humphrey 
Wykeham Bowring was promoted 
Captain Royal Navy 30 June 19 14. 

Page 3 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page vii.) — Walter Andrew and Nita 
Maud Bowring have further issue a son, 
Andrew John Presgrave Bowring, born 
at Nicosia, Cyprus, 21 March, baptised 
there 20 April 1912. 

Page 5. — The Rev. Edgar Francis 
Bowring was installed Hon. Canon of 
Winchester 26 June 1913. 

BOYCE. Vol. 17, page 119. — Mary Jane, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. Edward 
Jacob Boyce, died at Dilham Grange, 
Norwich, on Tuesday, 9 July, and was 



BOYCE, continued. 

buried at Smallburgh, co. Norfolk, on 
Friday, 12 July 191 2. 

Page 119. — Herbert Edward Boyce 
died at Meadow Side, Teddington, co. 
Middlesex, aged 66, on Wednesday, 5 
August, and was buried at St. Alban's, 
Teddington, on Saturday, 8 August 1914. 

BOYD. Vol. 8, page 163.— The Ven"' 
Charles Twining Boyd, formerly Arch- 
deacon of Colombo, Ceylon, died at 
Fiveways, Church Hill, Camberley, co. 
Surrey, aged 72, on Sunday, 3 May, and 
was buried at Frimley, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 6 May 19 14. 

BRACE. Vol. 6, page 88.— Henry Fer- 
gusson Brace was promoted Lieutenant 
15th Hussars 22 September 191 1. 

BRADFORD. Vol. 16, page 195.— Sir 
Evelyn Ridley Bradford, Baronet, was 
promoted Lieut. -Colonel Seaforth High- 
landers 10 June 1913. He and Lady 
Bradford have further issue two sons, 
Ridley Lewkenor Bradford, bom at 18 
Moore Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 1 1 April, baptised at 
St. Paul's, Onslow Square, London, 
10 May 1912; and Donald Clifton 
Bradford, born at Shorncliffe, co. Kent, 
on F'riday, 22 May, baptised there 
25 June 1914. 

Edward Austen Bradford was A.D.C. 
to the Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief at Gibraltar 25 January 1907 to 
30 August 1910. He and Margaret 
Louisa his wife have further issue a 
son, Berenger Colborne Bradford, born 
15 October, baptised at Chawton, co. 
Hants, 8 December 1912. 

Page 196. — Cecil Audrey Bradford 
was employed wAh the West African 
Frontier Force 26 November 19 13. 

BRADLEY. Vol. 10, page 82.— Bernard 
Bradley married 9 July 19 12, Marjorie 
Clara, daughter of William Thomas 
Fisher of Nottingham. 

Page 83. — Alfred Bradley died at 
Nottingham 18 February, and was 
cremated at Birmingham 20 February 
1914; casket interred in family vault 
in Nottingham General Cemetery. 

I'age 84 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page ix.) — Ernest Frederic and Kate 
Elizabeth Bradley have further issue a 
daughter. Cicely Lysbeth, born 13 
February 1907 ; and a son, Roger 
Brian Bradley, born 20 June 1908. 



XII 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BRADNEY. Vol. i, page 3. — Colonel 
Joseph Alfred Bradney, C.B., received 
the Territorial Officers' Decoration in 
August 191 2. 

John Harford Bradney was promoted 
Lieutenant Duke of Cornwall's Light 
Infantry 26 October 191 1. 

Edward Bradney was promoted Lieu- 
tenant Royal Engineers 23 January 
1912. 

BRANFILL. Vol. 17, page 90.— Mary 
Anna, widow of Lieut. -Colonel Ben- 
jamin Aylett Branfill, died at Rome 
on Christmas Day 1913, and was 
buried in the Protestant Cemetery, 
Rome. 

Capel Lisle Aylett Branfill, Lieutenant 
Glamorgan Yeomanry, married at 
Kempsey, co. Worcester, 26 March 
1913, Susannah Hamilton Seymour, 
elder daughter of Philip Seymour 
Williams, J.P., of Stoke House, co. 
Salop, and of Napleton House, co. 
Worcester. 

Page 91. — The Rev. Howard Percival 
Cowx (son of James Wilfred Cowx of 
Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, by 
Charlotte his wife, daughter of Henry 
Bussell of Gloucester) was born at 
Birmingham 7 January, baptised at 
St. Andrew's, Birmingham, 28 February 
1866 ; educated at the Grammar School, 
Burton- on -Trent, Bishopdale College, 
and at University of Otago, both New 
Zealand ; B. A. (Senior Scholar University 
of New Zealand) 1S90, ]\LA. (ist-class 
honours) 1891 ; Vicar of Takaka 1891, 
of Westport 1893, of Wanganui Parochial 
District 1900, and of Waipawa, all New 
Zealand, 1902. He and his wife, Helen 
Hammond Branfill were married at 
Bishopdale Chapel, Nelson, New 
Zealand, 17 November 1891 \_not 1892] 
as printed. 

BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 60.— Earl 
Brassey received the freedom of the 
borough of Hythe 17 October 191 1, 
and was promoted Captain Royal Naval 
Reserve June 1914. 

Page 61. — Thomas AUuutt Brassey, 
Viscount Hythe, was created D.C.L. of 
O.xford 191 1. 

Page 62. — Charles Augustus Egerton 
died at Mountfield Court, Robertsbridge, 
CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 13 October, and 
was buried at Mountfield on Wednesday, 
16 October 191 2. 



BRASSEY, confirmed. 

Page 62. — The Hon*'!' Mabelle Annie 
Egerton was appointed a Lady of 
Justice of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England 
June 1913. 

Page 68 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
/^age VI.) — Edgar Hugh Brassey, M.V.O., 
was promoted Major ist Life Guards 
2 1 October 1 9 1 1 . He and his wife, 
Margaret Harriet, have issue a daughter, 
Marjorie Eva, born at 52 South Audley 
Street, London, on Thursday, 4 No- 
vember 191 1, baptised at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, l^ondon. 

Page 68. — Edwin Perceval Brassey 
was promoted Captain 7th Hussars 
26 June 1911. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 13, page 18.— The 
Rev. James George Brewster was 
appointed Chaplain of the Bristol Female 
Penitentiary and Refuge February 19 13. 

Page 19. — The Rev. Charles Mus- 
grave and Frances Harriet Harvey 
celebrated their golden wedding 13 
August 19 1 3. 

The Rev. Canon Arthur James 
Brewster was appointed Rector of Upton 
St. Leonard, co. Gloucester, April 19 12, 
and Chaplain to Bishop of Gloucester 
same year. 

Page 20. — Harold John Brewster 
married at St. James', Episcopal Church, 
Payette, Idaho, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 
19 November 191 3, Eva Florence, 4th 
daughter of R. A. Piper, formerly of 
Hill Farm, Layham, co. Suffolk. 

Page 23. — Theresa Madeline, youngest 
daughter of Edwin Frederic Brewster of 
White Notley Hall, co. Essex, was 
married at the Catholic Apostolic 
Church, The Vineyards, Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Wednesday, 9 April 19 13, 
to Charles Gandy of 24 Lynnwood 
Avenue, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland. 

BRINE. Vol. 4, page 17. — There is a 
memorial tablet and window in the 
church at Blandford St. Mary, co. 
Dorset, to Admiral James Brine ; also a 
memorial tablet in All Saints', Chard- 
stock, CO. Dorset, and a memorial 
window in the parish church, Sidmouth, 
CO. Devon, to Major James Brine [who 
received war medal with four clasps for 
Albuera, Nive Nivelle and Pyrenees, 
no/ Peninsula] and his wife, Gramina 
Julia Petrina. 



ADDITIONS ir CORRECTIONS. 



BRINE, continued. 

Page 1 8. — A monumental inscription 
has been placed in the churchyard at 
Honiton, co. Devon, to the memory of 
the Rev. George Augustus Brine. 
Administration of his estate was granted 
in the Principal Registry 2 May 1910, 
to Colonel Bruce Brine, cousin. 

Caroline Alicia Brine, who died 13 
January 1901, was buried at St. 
Michael's, Honiton, where there is a 
monumental inscription and memorial 
bell. 

Page 19 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page it.) — -Helen Howard, 2nd wife of 
Major Percival Forbes Brine, died at 
Chardstock, Heme Bay, co. Kent, 13 
September 19 12. 

Page 20. — The Rev. Algernon Linde- 
say Brine was appointed Vicar of 
Howard, Queensland, Australia, 1911. 

Thomas Armstrong, C.B. (January 
1899), died at Abbots Tangley, co. 
Hertford, on Saturday, 22 April, and was 
buried there 26 April 1911. A bust 
has been placed in the Victoria and 
Albert Museum, South Kensington. 

Page 21. — In the Addenda to Vol. 13, 
page iv.. Vice -Admiral should read 
Admiral James Brine died &c. 

Page 22. — Colonel Bruce and Hen- 
rietta Ina Louisa Brine celebrated their 
golden wedding 15 August 19 13. He 
died at Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants, 
aged 75, on Tuesday, 18 August 1914. 

Page 22 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page X.) — George Augustus Giffard was 
promoted Vice-Admiral i September 
1907 and Admiral ig July 191 1. He 
was Admiral Superintendent H.M. 
Dockyard, Chatham, 1907-1909. His 
3rd and youngest son assumed by Deed 
Poll dated 24 May 19 12, the additional 
name of Brine aftt-r that of Giffard. 

Page 22 {and Addenda, Vol. 11, 
page a.) — Administration of the estate of 
Robert Walter Maxwell Brine was granted 
at the Principal Registry 23 April 1900, 
to Colonel Bruce Brine, his father. 

Commander Frederic George Brine, 
R.N., who was appointed Commander 
H.M.S. "Grafton" Training Ship, 
Whale Island Gunnery School, and 
afterwards to the "St. Vincent" (flag- 
ship), was washed overboard whilst on 
duty, and drowned, aged 38, on Wed- 
nesday, 15 November, and was buried 
with full naval honours in Castletown 
Cemetery, Berehaven, co. Cork, on 
Saturday, i8 November 191 1. 



BROADBENT. Vol. 17, page 140.— 
Edgar Richard Broadbent, Captain 8th 
Hussars, married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 4 August 19 14, Kathleen 
Gertrude, only daughter of George 
Nation of 10 Neville Terrace, Onslow 
Gardens, South Kensington. 

BROADLEY. Vol. 8, page 87.— Vera 
May Longman, younger daughter of 
Robert Broadley of Putney, co. Surrey, 
was married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 March 191 2, 
to James Patrick Fagan, Principal 
Medical Officer, Northern Nigeria. 

Robert Alexander Longman Broadley 
married at St. Clement Danes, Strand, 
London, on Saturday, 8 April 191 1, 
Olive, 4th daughter of William Devonald 
Edwardes of Little Haven, co. Pem- 
broke. They have issue two daughters. 
Daphne Jane, born at 14 Rodway Road, 
Roehampton, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
9 April 1913, died 10 June following; 
and Anne Marguerite, bom at Bradpole, 
Esher, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 15 March, 
baptised at Bradpole, co. Dorset. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 142.— 
The Rev. John Wilfrid Royds Brockle- 
bank was appointed Vicar of Longbridge 
Deverill with Cockerton, co. Wilts, 
February 191 2. 

Page 144. — Commander Henry Cyril 
Royds Brocklebank, R.N., and his wife, 
Honoria Caroline, have further issue a 
daughter, Philippa Mary, born at 
Guesthng, Alverstoke, co. Hants, on 
Tuesday, 12 September, baptised at 
St. Mary's, Alverstoke, i November 
1911. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page vii.) — Richard Hugh Royds 
Brocklebank was appointed Adjutant 
Territorial Force i November 191 2. 
He and Charlotte Carissima his wife 
have further issue a son, Bindon Henry 
Edmund Brocklebank, born at Old 
Park House, Radbume, co. Derby, on 
Monday, 6 July, baptised at Radbume 
on Friday, 7 August 1914- 

BROMLEY. Vol. 5, page 136.— Hen- 
rietta Martha, widow of Nathaniel 
Warner Bromley, died at Badmondisfield 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, aged 86, on Saturday, 
20 June, and was buried at Wickham- 
brook, CO. Suffolk, on Thursday, 25 
June 1 914. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BROMLEY, continued. 

Page 137. — The Rev. Samuel and 
Amelia Garrard of Salford Lodge, 
Malvern, co. Worcester, celebrated their 
diamond wedding on Monday, 14 July 
19 1 3. They were married at Wickham- 
brook, CO. Suffolk, on Thursday, 14 July 

1853- 
Joseph Warner John Charles Bromley 

died on Wednesday, 12 November 19 13. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 74.— John Acton 
Brooke was appointed 2nd Lieutenant 
6th Dragoons 3 July 1907, and pro- 
moted Lieutenant 22 January 1910. 

Page 76 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page x.) — Thomas and Beatrice 
Gundreda Brooke of Healey House, 
Almondbury, co. York, have issue a 
daughter, Joan, born at Healey House 
on Saturday, 6 May 1905 ; a son, 
William Brooke (see Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page V.) ; a daughter, Susan, bom in 
April 1 909 ; a son, E. Hanbury Brooke, 
born 30 August 191 1; and a son, 
T. Humphry Brooke, born in January 
1914 ; all baptised at South Crosland, 
CO. York. 

BROWN. Vol. 2, page 25. — Louisa, wife 
of Henry Darell Brown, died at the 
White Rock House, Hastings, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 29 May, and 
was buried in Hastings Cemetery on 
Tuesday, 4 June 19 12. 

Page 28. — The Rev. Ernest William 
Brown was appointed Rural Dean of 
Clun 1912^ He and his wife, Mary 
Margaretta, have further issue a daugh- 
ter. Flora Mieville, born at Montgomery 
I June, baptised there 6 August 1905. 

BRUNKER. Vol. lo, page 114.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Howard Molyneux Edward 
Brunker died at Albany House, Farn- 
borough, CO. Hants, on Thursday, 22 
January, and was buried in the Military 
Cemetery, Aldershot, on Monday, 26 
January 19 14. 

Page 115 (and Addenda, Vol. 11, 
page iv.) — Edward George and Louie 
Elizabeth Brunker have further issue 
a daughter, Nora Margaret, born at 
Gvvynfa, East Sheen Avenue, co. Surrey, 
on ^Vednesday, 20 December 1911. 

Page 116. — Jane Marcia Caroline, 
wife of Colonel Capel Molyneux Brunker, 
died at Fort Brockhurst, Gosport, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 21 January, and 
was buried at Rowner, co. Hants, on 
Friday, 24 January 1913. 



BUCKLER. Vol. 2, page 163.— Father 
William (Albert) Buckler, O.P., died at 
St. Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 18 January, 
and was buried there on Wednesday, 
24 January 19 13. 

BULL. Vol. 12, page 130. — Sir AVilliam 
James and Dame Lilian Hester Bull have 
further issue a son, Peter Cecil Bull, 
born at The Meadows, Uxbridge Road, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 21 March, 
baptised at St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London (the chapel of the Imperial 
Society of Knights), on Saturday, 22 
June 1912. 

BURKE. Vol. 3, page 44.— Ulick John 
Burke died at the Manor House, New- 
ton Valence, co. Hants, aged 69, on 
Wednesday, 12 March, and was buried 
at Newton Valence on Saturday, 15 
March 19 13. 

Amy Evelyn, 2nd daughter of 
Walter St. George Burke, was married 
at St. Andrew's, Bulmer, co. Essex, 
on Wednesday, 12 June 1912, to 
John Reginald Turner, son of John 
Turner. 

Page 45. — Rachel Edith, 3rd daugh- 
ter of James St. George Burke, Q.C., 
died at Bulmer Lodge, Sudbury, co. 
Suffolk, aged 67, on Sunday, 15 June, 
and was buried on Thursday, 19 June 
1913- 

BURRELL. Vol. 9, page 103. — 
Percy D'Eresby Burrell (L.S.A. 1900) 
died at Clacton-on-Sea, co. Essex, 7 
June 1912. 

BURROUGHES. Vol. 15, page 192.— 
The following arms were granted by 
Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty, C.V.O., 
Garter, and George Edward Cokayne, 
Clarencieux, 29 November 1907, to 
Thomas Henry Burroughes of Ketton, 
CO. Rutland, and his descendants, and 
to the other descendants of his father, 
the Rev. Jeremiah Burroughes, Rector 
of Burlingham, co. Norfolk, and to the 
descendants of the grantee's uncle, 
Henry Negus Burroughes of Burlingham 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, Henry Randall 
Burroughes of Burlingham Hall, and 
other descendants of his great-grand- 
father, James Burkin Burroughes of 
Burlingham Hall. 



ADDITIONS c^• CORRECTIONS. 



BURROUGHES, continued. 

Arms. — Per chevron sable and argent 
a chevron per chevron between 
in chief two cliaplets and in base 
a crescent all counterchanged. 

Crest. — A griffin's head couped and 
per chevron argent and sable 
charged on the neck with a 
chaplet as in the arms. 

Motto. — Animo et fide. 




Ida, wife of Henry Negus Burroughes, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, was youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Fynes 
Clinton, LL.D., Rector of Cromwell, 
CO. Nottingham, and Prebendary of 
Westminster, by Emma his wife, 
daughter of Job Brough of Newark, 
CO. Nottingham ; she was born 1 3 
March 1835, and married 2ndly, as his 
2nd wife, 8 July 1858, Lieut. -Colonel 
James Hollway of Stanhoe, co. Norfolk, 
J. P. and D.L., who died, aged 56, on 
Thursday, 23 December 1886. 

Page 193. — The Hon''''= Emily, widow 
of the Rev. Randall Burroughes, died at 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 21 March, 
and was buried at Burlingham 26 
March 191 2. 

BURY. ^'ol. 9, page 116. — The Rev. 
James Marshall Bury resigned the living 
of Little Hadham, co. Hertford, 1913. 



BURY, continued. 

Page 118. — Julia Dorothea, younger 
daughter of Reginald Bury, was married 
at St. Hilda's, ^V•hitby, co. York, on 
Thursday, 23 July 1914, to Clive 
Hardy, only son of O. H. Hardy of 
Newlands, Epsom, co. Surrey. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 75. — Barbara 
Christiana, wife of the Rev. Thomas 
Cromwell Bush, died at Lamerton, co. 
Devon, on Monday, 20 July 1914. 

The Rev. Paul Cromwell Bush, B.A. 
of Christ Church, Oxford, was appointed 
Curate of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 
1912. 

David Graham Homdon Bush en- 
tered the Royal Navy as Midshipman 
191 1, promoted Sub-Lieutenant 9 May 
1912. 

Page 76 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page iv.) — James Graham and Esther 
Hastings Bush have further issue a son, 
Wynyard Paul Bush, born at Nether- 
bury, CO. Dorset, on Thursday, 9 May, 
baptised there 30 June 1912. 

Page 76 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page iv.) — Vice- Admiral Paul \Vamer 
Bush was created K.C.B. i January 
19 1 4. He and Rachel Adela his wife 
have further issue a daughter, Selina 
Rachel, born at East Lulworth, co. 
Dorset, on Thursday, 28 April, baptised 
there 26 May 19 10. 

Page 77. — John Bush, Captain 
R.M.L.L, son of John Bush, married at 
Charlton-in-Dover, co. Kent, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 August 191 2, Madeleine Emily 
Louise, only daughter of Captain Horace 
H. Barnard, R.N.,ofPortreudd)'n, North 
Wales. 

Re}Tiell Owen Cromwell Bush was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers 3 September 19 13. 

BYRON. Vol. 16, page 52. — Lucy Eliza- 
beth Jane [widow of George Anson 
(Byron), Baron Byron, and wife of the 
Rev. Philip Henrj' Douglas, Vicar of 
Thrumpton, co. Nottingham], died at 
Thrumpton Hall, aged 88, on Tuesday, 
28 May, and was buried at Thrumpton 
on Friday, 31 May 19 12. 

Page 56. — Mary Beatrice, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Augustus Byron, 
and wife of Francis Curzon Newton, 
died at Brighton, co. Susse.x, on Thurs- 
day, 16 February, and was buried at 
Kirkby Matlory, co. Leicester, on 
Monday, 20 February 191 1. 



ADDITIONS fir- CORRECTIONS. 



CARLYON. Vol. 2, page 114.— The 
Rev. Philip and Mary Carlyon had is.sue 
a son, the Rev. Philip Carlyon, born at 
St. Mawgan-in-Pydar, co. Cornwall, 30 
December 181 1; educated at Bodmin 
School and at Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1834, ist Tyrwhits 
Hebrew Scholar 1836, M.A. 1837; 
Incumbent of St. James', Exeter, Vicar 
of Widecombe-in-the-Moor, co. Devon, 
1861-69, and of St. Mary's, Wisbech, 
CO. Cambridge, 1869-82; Chaplain to 
Bishop of Ely 1869-72, and to Bishop 
of Winchester 1872-81 ; married in 
Aberdeen Cathedral 31 July 1845, 
Grace Julia, younger daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel Keith Young, of the 
71st Highlanders He died at Pennance 
House, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, aged 
loi, on Tuesday, 18 November 19 13, 
and was buried at St. Mawgan-in-Pydar. 

CARR. Vol. 7, page 122.— Ralph 
Hamilton Carr of 40 Westminster 
Mansions, Great Smith Street, West- 
minster, married at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, on Saturday, 10 January 
1914, Marguerite Adele, elder daughter 
of Ange Cima of Monte Carlo. 

Page 124. — The Rev. Thomas 
William Carr of Eshott Heugh, co. 
Northumberland, for 46 years Rector of 
Barming, co. Kent, died at Long Rede, 
Barming, aged 82, on St. Stephen's Day, 
Thursday, 26 December, and was buried 
at Barming on Monday, 30 December 
1912. 

Page 127. — Dorothy Culling, youngest 
daughter of Francis Culling Carr-Gomm, 
was married at Farnham Royal, co. 
Buckingham, on Thursday, 24 July 
19 13, to Harold Ernest Day (son of 
Colonel Francis Jeremy Day of the 
Royal Engineers); born 16 December 
18S0; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
6 January 1900, Lieutenant 6 January 
1903, Captain 6 January 1909; served 
in South African War 1901-1902 
(Queen's medal with five clasps). 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 161.— 
Martin Raymond Carr married by 
special licence at St. George's, Alder- 
shot, on Thursday, 6 August 1914, 
Guendolyn, 2nd daughter of T. Putnam 
of Greylands, Darlington, co. Durham, 
J. P. 

Thomas Fenwicke Clennell Carr- 
Ellison was appointed 2nd Lieutenant 
Durham Light Infantry 4 September 



CARR-ELLISON, conthmed. 

191 2. He married at Colchester, co. 
Essex, on Thursday, 6 August 1914, 
Winifred, daughter of Thomas Simpson 
of Colchester. 

Herbert George Carr Carr-Ellison 
married at Acklington, co. Northum- 
berland, on Thursday, 7 May 1914, 
Mabel Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Tate. 

Page 162. — Admiral Henry John Carr 
died at Heathlands, Long Cross, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 18 July, and was 
buried at Long Cross on Tuesday, 22 
July 1914. 

Julia Mary Ridley, only child of the 
Rev. Charles Ridley Carr of Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, was married at the parish 
church, Littleham, co. Devon, on Satur- 
day, 7 June 1913, to Charles Darley 
Harvey (eldest son of Colonel Charles 
Lacon Harvey) ; born 10 February 
18S1 ; 2nd Lieutenant Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Regiment (Sherwood 
Foresters) 9 March 1901, Lieutenant 
21 February 1905, Captain 15 March 
1909; served in South African War 
1 901-1902 (Queen's medal with five 
clasps). 

Eliza Isabella, widow of Charles Bertie 
Pulleine Bosanquet, and eldest daughter 
of Ralph Carr-Ellison of Hebburn Hall 
and Dunston Hill, both co. Durham, 
died at Heathercoat, South Ascot, aged 
73, on Saturday, 27 April, buried at 
Rock, CO. Northumberland, on Thurs- 
day, 2 May 191 2. 

Addenda, Vol. 10, page Hi. — Frances 
Maria, widow of Cuthbert Ellison Carr 
(see page i6j) died at Harrogate, co. 
York, on Sunday, 31 March 19 12. 

CARTHEW. Vol. 8, page 6.— Elizabeth, 
widow of Peter Carthew, died at 15.^ 
Kensington Palace Gardens, London, 
aged 88, on Sunday, 1 1 February, and 
was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, on Wednesday, 14 February 
1912. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page ^^{and Adde?idas, 
Vol. 12, page xiv. and Vol. ij, page viii.) 
Philip and Jessie Inglis Castle have 
issue a daughter. Honor Graham, born 
at Chessington Lodge, Ewell, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 1 1 February, baptised at 
Ewell 22 March 191 3; and a son, 
Kenyon Graham Castle, born at Ches- 
sington Lodge, Ewell, on ^Vednesday, 4 
March, baptised at Ewell 2 May 19 14. 



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ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



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CASTLE, continued. 

Page 48. — Leslie Octavius Castle 
married at St. Alban's, Teddington, 
CO. Middlesex, on Monday, 29 Sep- 
tember 1913, Maria Richards, daughter 
of Isaac Coalbank, M.R.C.S., of 
Teddington Lodge, Teddington. 

CATOR. Vol. 5, page 57 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xiv.) — Charles George 
Lumley and Adeline Louisa Cator 
have further issue a daughter, Diana 
Elizabeth Blois, born at Digswell Water, 
^\'el\vyn, co. Hertford, on Friday, 
7 February, baptised at Uigswell 27 
March 191 2. 

Page 57. — Letitia Elizabeth, 2nd wife 
of Frederick Henry Cator, died at 44 
Belgrave Road, London, on Wednesday, 
14 January 1914. 

CAUDLE. Vol. 8, page 121.— Howard 
Charles Robert Caudle was appointed 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 19 July 
1912. 

CAVE-BROWNE. Vol. 9, page 23.— 
Henrietta Mary, elder daughter of the 
Rev. William Henry Cave-Browne, died 
at 42 AVest Hill Road, Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 4 November, and 
was buried in Wandsworth Cemetery 
on Wednesday, 8 November 1911, after 
service at the parish church, Wandsworth. 

CAVE -BROWNE -CAVE. Vol. 11, 
page 156 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vii) — Stretton and Ethel Milbro 
Cave-Browne-Cave have issue a son, 
Myles Verney Cave-Browne-Cave, born 
18 July 1910. 

Page 162. — Anne, youngest daughter 
of Thomas Cave-Browne-Cave, and wife 
of William Bamett-Bigley, died at 
Southfield, Harborne, co. Stafford, 
7 August, and was buried at Harborne 
Old Church 10 August 1912. 

CAVENDISH. Addenda, Vol. 2, page ii. 
Henry James Francis Cavendish, elder 
son of Henry Frederick Compton Caven- 
dish {see Vol. I, page iji), entered the 
Royal Navy as a Cadet in 1905, Mid- 
shipman 1910, and promoted Sub-Lieu- 
tenant 15 January 1913. 

Addenda, Vol. 4, page ii. — George 
Sidney Godolphin Cavendish, son of 
Henry Compton Cavendish, entered 
the Royal Navy as a Cadet in 1908, 
Midshipman in 1913. 

Page 132. — Frederick George Caven- 
dish was promoted Lieutenant Leinster 
Regiment 21 September 1912. 



CAVENDISH, continued. 

Page 133. — Godfrey Lionel John 
Cavendish was promoted Captain Indian 
Army 22 April 1912. 

Beatrix Frances Dupuis, 3rd daughter 
of Reginald Richard Frederick Caven- 
dish, was married at St. Barnabas', 
Bexhill, CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 16 
April 19 14, to Hugh Molyneux Miller, 
son of Robert Miller of Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey. 

Page 134. — Lieut. -Colonel Alfred 
Edward John Cavendish, C.M.G., was 
promoted Colonel Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders 30 August 191 1; A.A.G. 
Southern Command, Salisbury, 9 May 

1913- 

Alwyn Lionel Compton Cavendish 
was promoted Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 
23 September 191 1. 

CHADWICK. Vol. 5, page 135.— Alfred 
Chadwick died at 7 Church Road, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 76, 
on Thursday, 23 May, and was buried 
at Crowhurst, co. Sussex, on Monday, 
27 May 191 2. Will dated 3 February 
19 1 2, proved in the Principal Registry 
31 August 1913. by Richard Chad\vick 
and Mary Winifred Chadwick. 

Page 135 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vii.) — Alfred William and Mabel 
Nellie Chadwick have further issue a 
son, Edward Turner Chadwick, born 
21 May 191 1 ; and a daughter, Joyce, 
born at Grove Park, East Griquland, in 
January 19 14. 

CHAFY. Vol. 7, page 112 {and Addenda, 
Vol. II, page V.) — Hugh Edmund and 
Henrietta Sibyl Chafy have further issue 
a daughter, Esme Henrietta, bom at 
Braynes, Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset, 
on Tuesday, 9 January, baptised at 
WiveHscombe 7 February 19 12. 

Page 112. — Ralph Evelyn Westwood 
Chafy (Acting Consul at Port Said 19 14) 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 18 April 191 2, 
Jadwiga Stanislawa, youngest daughter 
of Wladislaw, Freiherr von Grabowski, 
Ritter de Zareraba. 

CHAMPNEYS. Vol. 10, page 51.— The 
Rev. Michael Weldon Champneys was 
appointed Curate of Bexhill, co. Sussex, 
19 13. 

Page 52.— The Rev. Francis Weldon 
Champneys was appointed Rector of 
Frant. co. Sussex, 1912. 



ADDITIONS b- CORRECTIONS. 



CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 62 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page viii.) — Walter Lucas and 
Rosa Edith Chance have further issue a 
son, Derek Arthur Chance, born at 
146 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick, 26 February, baptised at St. 
Augustine's, Edgbaston, 24 April 1914. 
I'age 62. — Geoffrey Robert Lucas 
Chance married at Himley, co. Stafford, 
on Wednesday, 24 July 191 2, Mary 
Evelyn, daughter of Francis Grazebrook 
of Himley House, near Dudley, co. 
Stafford. They have issue a daughter. 
Felicity Mary, born at Greenfield, 
Kingswinford, co. Stafford, on Saturday, 
19 April 1 91 3, baptised at Great Alne, 
CO. Warwick. 

Page 63. — Geoffrey Henry Barrington 
Chance married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Thursday, 30 July 
1914, Hazel Mary Louise, only daughter 
of Lieut. -Colonel Cadell of Argrennan, 
Castle Douglas. 

Page 68. — Edward Seton Chance 
was promoted Captain Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers 19 October 1912, and trans- 
ferred to the 2nd Dragoon Guards 25 
December 19 12, Adjutant 2nd Dragoon 
Guards 4 June 1913, General Staff 
Officer (3rd -Grade) Coast Defence, 
Eastern Command, i May to 24 De- 
cember 1912. 

Page 70. — Grace Eleanor, elder 
daughter of Arent de Peyster Chance, 
and widow of Jenner Guest Marshall 
{see Vol. 75, page gg) was married 
2ndly at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Thursday, 11 June 1914, 
to the Rev. George Temple Miller, 
of Queens' College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1888, B.A. 
1891, M.A. 1900; Priest-in-Charge of 
Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa, 
1 90 2- 1 908, and Rector of Teffont 
Ewyas, co. Wilts, 19 14. 

Page 71. — Oswald Kesteven Chance 
was promoted Major sth Lancers 16 
January 19 13. 

Guy Ogden de Peyster Chance 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers 20 September 
191 1, Lieutenant 19 April 1913. 

Page 71 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vii.) — Kenneth Macomb and 
Muriel Clara Chance have further issue 
a daughter, Joan Mary, born at 
14 Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, on Friday, 27 October 191 1, 
baptised at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London, 25 January 19 12. 



CHANCE, contimied. 

Page 7 I. — Clinton Frederick Chance 
married at 7 Charlotte Square, Edin- 
burgh, on Thursday, 4 July 1912, Janet, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. Alexander 
Whyte, D.D., Principal of New College, 
Edinburgh, by Jane his wife, daughter 
of George Barbour of Bonskeid, 
Pitlochry, co. Perth. 

CHARD. Vol. 12, page 163.— Richard 
Augustine Selway Chard, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., University College Hospital, 
London, late Medical Officer East India 
Railway, Calcutta, died at Magnolia, 
West Tarring, Worthing, co. Sussex, 
aged 57, on Friday, 6 March, and was 
buried at Harcott, near Fairford, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 12 March 
1914. Mass at the Church of Our 
Lady of Angels, Worthing, on Wednes- 
day, II April 1914. Will dated 20 
December 1913. 

CHASE. Vol. 5, page 75. — The Rev. 
Cyril Francis Chase, Curate of Windle- 
sham, CO. Surrey, 191 2-13, was appointed 
Priest-inCharge of Balcarres, Abernethy 
and Katepwe, Saskatchewan, Canada, 
1913. He married at the parish church, 
Farnham, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 28 
April 1914, Joyce Mary Umfreville, 
youngest daughter of A. H. Stevens of 
Farnham. 

Page 76. — The Rt. Rev. Frederic 
Henry Chase, Bishop of Ely, was 
appointed Lady Margaret Preacher at 
Cambridge 19 12. 

Page 76 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page viii.) — Charles Allen and Ruth 
Murly Chase have further issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Lois, born at Down- 
cote, Summersdale,Chichester,co. Sussex, 
on Wednesday, 13 March, baptised at 
St. Peter-the-Great, Chichester, 22 April 
1912. 

Page 76. — The Rev. George Armitage 
Chase was educated at Farnham and at 
Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1905, 
M.A. 1908; ordained Deacon 1911, 
Priest 19 1 2, Curate of Portsea, co. Hants, 
1911-13; Fellow and Dean of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, 191 3 ; Examining 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely May 
1914. 

CHISENHALE- MARSH. Vol. 4, 
page 7. — Katherine Mary Esba, elder 
daughter of William Swaine Chisenhale- 
Marsh, was married at Thevdon (jernon. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



CHISENHALE-MARSH, continued. 
CO. Essex, on Saturday, 6 September 
1913, to Adam Dickson Bell (son of 
Christopher Bell of Roundstonefoot, 
CO. Dumfries): born 27 July 1880; 
2nd Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 20 
January 1900, transferred to 4th Hussars 
21 July 1900, Lieutenant 6 December 
1901, Captain and Adjutant 19 June 
1908. 

Atherton Harold Chisenhale-Marsh, 
Captain 9th Lancers, married at 
Sawbridgeworth, co. Hertford, on Wed- 
nesday, 3 June 19 14, Lorna, 2nd 
daughter of Colonel Francis Charrington, 
C.ALG., of Pishiobury Park, Sawbridge- 
worth, by Alice AL-iud his wife, daughter 
of Walter Leith, J.P. 

Dorothy Eleanora, younger daughter 
of William Swaine Chisenhale-Marsh, 
was married at Theydon Gernon on 
Saturday, 6 September 191 3, to Harold 
Clement Montagu Lucas (son of 
Colonel Henry Frank Egbert Lucas, 
3rd Dragoons); born 5 March 1886; 
2nd Lieutenant East Surrey Regiment 
12 June 1907, Lieutenant 2nd King 
Edward's Own Ghurkas 22 June 1910. 

CHRISTIE. Vol. 2, page 125.— William 
Langhan Christie died at Glyndebourne, 
CO. Sussex, aged 83, on Friday, 28 
November, and was buried at Ringmer, 
CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 2 December 
1913- 

CLAPTON. Vol. 10, page 10.— Mary 
Lowe Laxton, eldest daughter of 
Jeremiah Clapton, died at Easton-on- 
the-Hill, Stamford, co. Lincoln, aged 81, 
on Sunday, 31 August 1913. 

William and Mary Jane Clapton 
celebrated their golden wedding 
2 January 191 2. He died at Rose Villa, 
St. Stephen's Road, Canterbury, co. 
Kent, aged 78, on Tuesday, 20 August, 
and was buried at St. Stephen's, Canter- 
bury, on Thursday, 22 August 1912. 
She died at 26 Marine Square, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 79, on Satur- 
day, 8 November, and was buried at 
St. Stephen's, Canterbury, 10 November 

1913- 
Page 12. — Frances Elizabeth, wife of 
Henry Clapton, died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 82, on Thursday, 
5 February, and was buried in Abney 
Park Cemetery, London, on Wednesday, 
1 1 February 1914. 



CLARK. Vol. II, page 75. — Perceval 
Perceval-Clarke, formerly Captain 9th 
Royal Lancers and 84th Foot, died at 
Sidmouth, co. Devon, on Sunday, 22 
June 191 3, and was buried there. 

Page 77. — Mary Senior, 2nd daughter 
of the Ven*"'' George Clark, died at 
Robeston-Wathen, co. Pembroke, 6 
March 1913, and was buried there. 
Will dated 24 February 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 717, 13) 22 May 1913, by 
Lieut.- Colonel Gerard CoUingwood 
Clark, brother, and Anna Duke Clark, 
spinster, sister. 

Page 79. — Andrew Le Gros Clark 
married at Christ Church, Westminster, 
on Tuesday, 3 September 19 12, Phillis 
Ursula, younger daughter of Edward 
Riddle of Blackheath, co. Kent. 

CLAY. Vol. I, page 68 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 17, page .x). — Lionel Pilleau and 
Mary Winifred Muriel Clay have issue 
a daughter, Elizabeth Muriel, born at 
20 Regent's Court, Regent's Park, 
London, on Thursday, 6 February, 
baptised at Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, 
London, 15 ^L'lrch 19 13. 

Page 68. — Charles Travis Clay 
married at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
on Thursday, 24 April 1913, the 
Hon^'= Violet, 2nd daughter of Sir 
William Snowdon, Baron Robson, 
G.C.M.G., of Jesmond, CO. Northumber- 
land; born 27 June 1892. They have 
issue a daughter, Kathleen Rachel, 
born at 11 Tite Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Friday, 2 7 March, baptised 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Friday, 
22 May 1914. 

Page 70 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xvii.) — William Henry Christy and 
Constance Mary Clay have further issue 
a daughter, Joan Hilary, born at 
Duffield, CO. Derby, on Sunday, 9 June, 
baptised at Hazlewood, co. Derby, 18 
July 19 1 2. 

CLAY. Vol. 14, page 85.— George Felix 
Neville and Rachel Clay have further 
issue a daughter, Theresa Rachel, born 
at West Heath, Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 7 February 191 1; and a 
son, Anthony George Hobhouse Clay, 
born at West Heath, Limpsfield, 9 July 
1914. 

CLIPPINGDALE. Vol. 9, pages 172 
and 174. — Lucy Sarah, 2nd daughter of 
Samuel Dodd Clippingdale, and wife of 
George Henry Clippingdale, died at 



ADDITIONS cr- CORRECTIONS. 



CLIPPINGDALE, continued. 

9 Clarence Road, Wood Green, co. 
Middlesex, aged 57, on Wednesday, 
5 March, and was buried in the City of 
London Cemetery, Little Ilford, co. 
Essex, on Saturday, 8 March 19 13. 

CLOUGH -TAYLOR. Vol. 6, page 44. 
Lesley Venetia, only daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Edward Harrison 
Clough -Taylor, was married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, on Monday, 
29 April 191 2, to the Hon''''^ Arthur 
Grenville Brodrick, youngest son of 
William, 8th Viscount Midleton ; born 
2 June, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Upper 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 8 July 1868; 
Lieut.- Colonel 5th Battalion Royal 
West Surrey Regiment {see Pedigree of 
Midleton., Vol. j, page lod). 

COCKERELL. Vol, 10, page 35.— 
Mary Theresa, only daughter of John 
Cockerell, died at 1 1 Mandeville Place, 
Marylebone, on Saturday, London, on 
Saturday, 11 July 1914, and was buried 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 

Page 38. — Anna Theresa, eldest 
daughter of Commander Richard Howe 
Cockerell, R.N., and widow of Charles 
John Chetwynd, Earl of Shrewsbury and 
Talbot, who was born at Calcutta, India, 
in 1836, died at 17 Lowndes Square, 
London, on Monday, 29 July, and was 
buried at Ingestre, co. Stafford, on Wed- 
nesday, 31 July 19 1 2. Memorial Service 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
same day. 

Page 39. — Phyllis Marcia, widow of 
Reginald Kennaird Benyon, and youngest 
daughter of Horace Abel Cockerell, 
C.S.L, was married 2ndly at Cranbrook, 
British Columbia, on Tuesday, 23 
January 19 12, to Thomas Henry Russ 
Lavington, son of Thomas Lavington of 
Poulton House, Marlborough, co. Wilts. 

COLE (DICKER).— Vol. i, page 12.— 
The Rev. William Alston Cole died at 
2 1 Morton Crescent, Exmouth, co. 
Devon, 6 January, and was buried at 
Sowton, CO. Devon, 10 January 19 14. 

The Rev. Hugh Basil Cole, M.A. 
of King's College, Cambridge, 1901 ; 
Domestic and Examining Chaplain to 
the Archbishop of Capetown from 1909 ; 
married at St. Saviour's, Claremont, 
Cape Colony, on Wednesday, 25 October 
191 1, Mary Gertrude, eldest daughter 
of Edward Turner of the Middle Temple, 
London, and Salisbury, Rhodesia. 



COLE (DICKER), continued. 

Page 12 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page X.) — Arthur Frederick Andrew 
and Margaret Henrietta Cole have 
further issue a daughter, Catherine, 
born at 44 Palace Gardens Terrace, 
Kensington, London, 21 July, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
4 October 1913. 

COLLIER. Vol. I, page 57.— The Rev. 
Carus Vale Collier was appointed Rector 
of Langton, East Riding, co. York, 21 
December 191 1. 

COLLIER. Vol. 3, page 74. — Cecil 
Massy Collier married at East Finchley, 
CO. Middlesex, 25 August 1908, Elsie 
Emmeline, daughter of Edgar Fisher of 
London. They have issue two sons, 
Eric Godfrey Massy Collier, born at 
Hunstanton, co. Norfolk, 11 April 1910, 
baptised at East Finchley ; Gerald 
Langlois Massy Collier, born at Hun- 
stanton on Saturday, 14 October 191 1, 
baptised at Rusthall, co. Kent ; and a 
daughter, Pamela Margaret Mary, born 
at 20 Court Road, Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 28 August 1913, 
baptised at Hunstanton. 

The Rev. Charles Bernard Grey 
Collier, Chaplain of Poona, Bombay, 
India, 1911-13, was appointed Domestic 
Chaplain to the Rt. Rev. Edwin James 
Palmer, Bishop of Bombay, 1913. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 113.— Elizabeth 
Maria, widow of the Rev. John 
Ferdinando Collins, Vicar of Charlton, 
CO. Wilts ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 85, on Friday, 5 July 1912. 

Henry Collins died at Leopold 
House, Reading, co. Berks, aged 75, 
on Monday, 4 May, and was buried at 
All Saints', Reading, on Thursday, 
7 May 19 1 4. 

Page 115. — Lieut.- Colonel Arthur 
Collins, C.B., died at 3 Devonshire 
Terrace, Marylebone, London, aged 66, 
on Tuesday, 21 November, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Lockinge, 
CO. Berks, on Saturday, 25 November 
191 1. M.I. Memorial service at the 
Chapel Royal, St. James', the same 
day. Will dated 4 January 1 909, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1789, 191 1) 21 December 
191 1, by Leopold George Arthur Collins, 
nephew, and the Rt. Hon*"'' Sir Edgar 
Speyer, Baronet. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



COLLINS, continued. 

Page 1 1 5. — Mary, widow of Com- 
mander Charles James Collins, R.N., 
was married at Moulsford, co. Berks, 
on Tuesday, 8 October 191 2, to Frank 
\Villi:igton Carter of Calcutta, India, 
son of the Rev. W. A. Carter. 

Ralph Collins was promoted Com- 
mander Royal Navy 1912. 

Robert John Collins, Captain Royal 
Berkshire Regiment, married at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, on 
Tuesday, 2 January 191 2, Violet Agnes, 
daughter of Alexander Monro, C.I.E., 
of Crawford, Godalming, co. Surrey, 
and widow of Edgar Stanley Hill, 
Captain 7th Royal Fusiliers. 

COLLYER. Vol. 9, page 19.— Adelaide 
Martha, wife of D'Arcy Bedingfeld 
Collyer, died on Saturday, 16 May 19 14. 
Page 20. — The Rev. Daniel Collyer 
was appointed Rector of Bobbingworth, 
CO. Essex, 191 1. 

COLMAN. Vol. 9, page 8.— Clement 
Colman, J. P., died at 14 Crescent 
Grove, Clapham Common, co. Surrey, 
aged 61, on Monday, 19 May, and was 
buried in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 22 May 19 13. 

COLYER-FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, 
page 128. — Thomas Colyer Colyer- 
Fergusson married 2ndly at Bramshott, 
CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 28 July 1914, 
Mary Freda, 3rd daughter of the Rt. 
Hon'''"' Arthur Cohen, K.C., of 26 Great 
Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, London. 

Max Christian Hamilton Colyer-Fer- 
gusson married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 23 July 
1913, Edith Jane, only child of William 
White Miller of Portage la Prairie, 
Manitoba, Canada. 

Mary Adelaide Somes, only daughter 
of Thomas Colyer Colyer -Fergusson, 
was married at Ightham, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 18 July 1914, to Walter 
Turner Monckton, elder son of Frank 
William Monckton of Ightham Warren, 
near .Sevenoaks, co. Kent, J. P. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 149.— Edward 
Comber, President of the Liverpool 
Cotton Association, 1909-10, and 
formerly Chairman of the Bombay 
Chamber of Commerce and Danish 
Consul in Bombay ; died at 42 
Dodington, Whitchurch, co. Salop, 



COMBER, continued. 

aged 64, on Saturday, 28 February, and 
was buried at Handley, co. Chester, 
on Wednesday, 4 March 19 14 (see 
Pedigree of IVoodhead, Vol. 14, 
page J 68). 

The Rev. Edward Philip Comber was 
appointed Curate of Lostock Gralam, 
CO. Chester, 21 December 1913. 

COMBER. Vol. 14, page 23. — Herbert 

Henry Percy Comber died at Myitkyina, 
Upper Burma, India, in June 1913. 

Page 24. — Bryan Eyre Coote Comber 
died at 43 Shaftesbury Road, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 12 March, and 
was buried at Kingston Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 16 March 191 2. 

COMBER. Vol. 16, page 13.— William 
Brooke Comber died in Liverpool 24 
May 19 1 3, and was buried in St. James' 
Cemetery, Liverpool, 27 May 1913. 

Henry Lee Comber died at St. Asaph, 
CO. Flint, 21 October, and was buried at 
Llandrillo, co. Denbigh, 24 October 
1912. 

Annie Grace, wife of Henry Lee 
Comber, died at Chester i February, 
and was buried at Llandrillo on Satur- 
day, 3 February 191 2. 

Henry Merritt Comber married at 
St. Matthew's, Bayswater, London, on 
Tuesday, 16 June 1914, Laura Eleanor, 
daughter of John Roberts of Corwen, 
CO. Merioneth. 

Page 15. — Clare Henrietta, elder 
daughter of Frank Preston Comber, was 
married at the parish church, Wolver- 
hampton, CO. Stafford, 20 February 
1 914, to Rex Court. 

Page 16. — Harold Castleman and 
Mary Comber have further issue a son, 
Geoffrey de Vaynes Comber, born in 
Liverpool 28 February, baptised there 
28 March 1913. 

Mary, wife of Harold Castleman 
Comber, died in Liverpool 10 March, 
and was buried in St. James' Cemetery, 
Liverpool, 13 March 19 13. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page t8 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page ix.) — Richard Carlyon 
and Joan Sylvia Coode have further 
issue a son, Perceval Edward Golt 
Coode, born at 17 Sloane Gardens, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 1 1 
April, baptised at Werrington, co. 
Devon, 9 July 19 10, and a daughter. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



COODE, continued. 

Winifred Sylvia Carlyon, born at Polapit 
Tamar, Launceston, co. Cornwall, on 
Sunday, 21 June 19 14. 

Athelstan Monro Coode was promoted 
Captain Royal Engineers 2 1 December 
1912. 

Page 18 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page XI.) — Cuthbert Harold and Lucy 
Edith Howard Coode have issue a 
daughter, Mary Howard, bom at 
Lenham Court, co. Kent, on Monday, 
12 February, baptised at Lenham 25 
March 1912. 

Page 18. — Ruth Eleanor, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Athelstan Coode, 
was married at St. Stephen's, Nairobi, 
East Africa, on Saturda)', 17 August 
191 2, to Guy Charles Williams (son of 
Colonel Richard Francis Williams, R.A., 
of Treffos, Colchester, co. Essex) ; born 
10 September 1881 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers 2 May 1900, Lieutenant 
2 May 1903, Captain 2 May 1910 ; 
employed in East African Protectorate 
Survey 6 November 1908, Director of 
Surveys 17 July 19 12. 

Page 19 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page Hi.) — John Melvill and Ruth 
Caroline Coode have further issue a 
son, George Claudius Sandys Coode, 
born at Pachmarhi, Central Provinces, 
India, on Friday, 21 October 19 10, 
baptised there. 

Page 19. — Harold Coode died at 
Trerose, Mawnan, co. Cornwall, aged 
53, on Thursday, 29 January, and was 
buried at St. Mawnan 31 January 19 14. 
Will dated 31 July 1907, proved at 
Bodmin 21 March 19 14. 

Page 20. — Mary, 2nd daughter of 
Thomas Coode, died at Pond-dhu, 
St. Austell, CO. Cornwall, aged 83, on 
Saturday, 13 December, and was buried 
at St. Mewan, co. Cornwall, 16 Decem- 
ber 1913. 

COODE. Vol. 12, page 146. — Emily 
Sarah, widow of General John Penrose 
Coode, Madras Army, died at 13 
Penlee Gardens, Devonport, co. Devon, 
aged 82, on Tuesday, 18 November, 
and was buried at Tamerton Foliott, 
CO. Devon, on Saturday, 22 November 

1913- 
Page 147. — Elizabeth, widow of Vice- 
Admiral Trevenen Penrose Coode, died 
on Sunday, 14 April 191 2. 

Charles Penrose Rushton Coode was 
promoted Captain Royal Navy 19 13. 



COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 130.— Bryan 
Edward Cookson died at Startforth 
Hall, Barnard Castle, co. Durham, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 31 July 19 13, 
and was buried at Startforth 4 August 
19 1 3. Will dated 23 January 1902, 
proved at Durham 25 September 19 13, 
by Ellen Jane Cookson, relict, Bryan 
Cookson, son, and Charles Watson, son- 
in-law. 

Page 130 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page V.) — Bryan and Annie Cookson 
have further issue a son, Bryan Robert 
Cookson, born at 7 Imber Park Road, 
Esher, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 20 July, 
baptised at Beverley Minster, co. York, 
5 September 1913. 

COTTON. Vol. 10, page 70.— The Rev. 
Frederick Arthur Stapleton Cotton was 
appointed Curate-in- Charge of St. 
Columba's, Egremont, co. Chester, 1912. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35. — The Rev. 
Bernard Riccarton Tudor Craig died 
4 September, and was buried at Burley, 
CO. Hants, 8 September 191 3. 

Page 35 {and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page Hi.) — Major Algernon Tudor Craig, 
now of Craigston, Bisley, co. Surrey, 
was appointed a Member of War Ofifice 
Committees on " Care of Recruits and 
Time Expired Men," 191 2, and on 
"Employment of Ex-Soldiers," 1913. 
He was elected a Fellow of the Society 
of Antiquaries 15 January 1914. His 
son, Algernon James Riccarton Tudor 
Craig, entered Eton in September 1913. 

Page 35. — Alan Riccarton Tudor 
Craig and Philip Carlisle Tudor Craig 
are now both of University College, 
Oxford. 

CRAIG. Vol. 6, page 146 {and Addenda, 
Vol. /J, page ix.) — The Rev. William 
Alban Cunningham Craig was instituted 
Vicar of St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, 
London, 2 October 191 2. He and his 
wife, Frances Dorothea, have issue a 
son, Maurice Edward Cunningham Craig, 
born at Sutton, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
26 June, baptised at St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Belmont, co. Surrey, 26 
August 1911. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 93 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page vi. — Lord and 
Lady Cranworth have further issue a 
daughter, Judith Florence, born at 
Grundisburgh Hall, co. Suflolk, on 
Friday, 8 May, baptised at Assington, 
CO. Suffolk, 3 July 1914. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



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CRANWORTH, conlinued. 

Page 95. — Lieut. -Colonel Philip 
Riciiard Thornhagh Gurdon was created 
C.S.I, on the occasion of the Durbar 
12 December 191 1. 

Mary Evelyn, only daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel Philip Richard Thornhagh 
Gurdon, was married at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 15 April 19 14, to Reginald 
Bulteel Blayney Colmore (son of Captain 
Reginald Blayney Colmore, R.N.); Naval 
Cadet 15 May 1904, Midshipman 15 June 
following, Sub-Lieutenant 15 August 
1907, Lieutenant 15 February 1909. 

Norman Philip Gurdon entered the 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers as 2nd Lieutenant 
II October 191 1, promoted Lieutenant 
18 June 1913. 

Page 97. — The Rev. Francis Gurdon 
was consecrated Bishop of Hull 
(Suffragan of York) and Vicar of 
Hessle, co. York, 29 September 1913. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9.— 
Caroline Payne, 2nd daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Walter Payne Crawfurd, 
died at Ardmillan, East Grinstead, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, i June 1912, and 
was buried at East Grinstead. 

Major Proby Edward Payne Crawfurd 
married at St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London, 22 April 1912, Add Violet 
Marguerite Edith, daughter of Reginald 
and Alice Wynne-Roberts. They have 
issue a daughter, Gwendolen Mary Payne, 
bom at Chelwood, Hayward's Heath, 
CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 1 1 February, 
baptised at Lindfield, co. Sussex, 
2 April 1913. 

Page 9 {and Addenda, Vol. 11, page 
vii.) — The Rev. Lionel Payne and 
Georgina Crawfurd have further issue a 
daughter, Joanna, born at the Vicarage, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, on Friday, 20 June, 
baptised at the parish church, Ramsgate, 
on St. James' Day, 25 July 19 13. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 73 {and Addenda, 
Vol. IS, page X.) ^Richard Noel and 
Elsie Katherine Cripps have issue a 
daughter, Jeannette Lucy Rosmunda, 
born at Carrara, Italy, 7 February, 
baptised at Viareggio, Italy, in June 
1913- 

CRISP. Vol. 14, page 144. — Ethel, 
youngest daughter of Fred Crisp, was 
married at St. John's, Calcutta, India, 
on Wednesday, 15 November 1911,10 
Hugh Stott (only son of Hugh Stott of 



CRISP, continued. 

Lewes, CO. Sussex, M.R.C.S.); bom 
18 July 1884; M.B., B.S., Lond. 1908, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1908; Lieu- 
tenant Indian Medical Service i August 
1908, Captain i August 19 11. 

CROWFOOT. Vol. I, page 26.— The 
Rev. John Henchman Crowfoot, 
Chancellor and Canon of Lincoln 
Cathedral, was installed Prebendary of 
Milton Manor with Binbrook in Lincoln 
Cathedral 19 November 1913. 

The Rev. Alfred Henchman Crowfoot 
was appointed Rector of Hampton, New 
Brunswick, Canada, 1913. He married 
at the parish church, Hampton, New 
Brunswick, Canada, on Tuesday, 30 
June 1 9 14, Margaret Jessie, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Millidge Walker of 
Penderell Place, Hampton. 

Page 26 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page jcw.) — John Winter Crowfoot, 
Inspector Education Department, Cairo, 
and Grace Mary his wife, have issue 
three daughters, all bom at Maison 
Argiris, Giza, Cairo, Dorothy Mary, on 
Thursday, 12 May 19 10; Joan, on Tues- 
day, 16 January 191 2 ; and Elisabeth 
Grace, on Thursday, 8 January 19 14. 

CUBITT. Vol. 17, page 27.— Edward 
Randall Cubitt married at the parish 
church. West Ham, co. Essex, on 
Tuesday, 14 October 19 13, Janet 
Catherine, only daughter of the Rev. 
Canon Richard Arnold Pelly, Vicar of 
West Ham. 

Page 29. — Jane Emily, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. Francis William Cubitt, 
died unmarried at Fritton House, co. 
Suffolk, on Thursday, 23 January 1913, 
and was buried at Fritton. 

Bertram Blakiston Cubitt, C.B., was 
appointed Assistant Secretary to the 
War Office in succession to Sir Reginald 
Brade, in January 19 14. 

CUBITT. Page 33 of present volume. — 
Lieut.- Colonel Thomas Cubitt, who 
died 15 March 1840, was buried with 
military honours at Kingston, Upper 
Canada, on Wednesday, 18 March. 
He served at Walcheren and at the 
action at Maida. 

Page 34. — Charlotte, widow of the 
Rev. Thomas Wright, died s.p. in 1829. 

Page 36. — Major William Cubitt 
married Harriett Harcourt at Calcutta ; 
she died in 1897. 



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CUBITT, continued. 

Page 38. — Thomas Meggison of The 
Ford House, Ashford, co. Middlesex 
(eldest son of Thomas Meggison of 
Whalton Hall, near Morpeth, co. North- 
umberland, and of Hatton Garden, 
London, by Catherine Elizabeth his wife, 
daughter of John Thorpe of Bexley, 
CO. Kent, F.S.A.), was born 29 October 
1782, and died 14 March 1830. Mary, 
his widow, died 23 January 1832. 

CULLUM. Vol. I, page 171.— George 
Gery Milner Gibson Cullum was 
admitted to the Freedom of Bury 
St. Edmunds in February 191 1, and 
elected Mayor of Bury St. Edmunds 
9 November 191 3. 

CUNLIFFE. Vol. 16, page 73.— Mary, 
4th daughter of General Sir Robert 
Henry Cunliffe, Baronet, died unmarried 
23 October 191 2. 

Page 74. — Lady Alexandrina Victoria, 
widow of the Rev. Henry Cunliffe, 
died at the Rectory, EUesborough, 
CO. Buckingham, aged 66, on Tuesday, 
21 November, cremated at Woking 24 
November, the remains being deposited 
in the cemetery at Wrexham, co. Den- 
bigh, on Saturday, 25 November 191 1. 

Page 77. — Foster Kinloch Cunliffe 
died at Acton Dale, Gulmarg, Kashmir, 
India, aged 62, on Wednesday, 2 Oc- 
tober 1912. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 23. — Gertrude 
Louisa Jane, widow of the Rev. Canon 
Edward Capel Cure, died at Villa 
Borghese, Torquay, co. Devon, aged 81, 
on Saturday, 25 July, and was buried at 
Torquay on Tuesday, 28 July 1914. 

Page 24. — The Rev. Laurence George 
Capel Cure died at the Rectory, 
Abbess Roding, co. Essex, aged 78, on 
Thursday, 27 June, and was buried at 
Abbess Roding i July 191 2 (see Pedigree 
of Smith., Vol. 2, page IJl). 

Major Alfred Capel Cure died at 
Overdeben, Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
aged 49, on Monday, 10 June 191 2. 

The Rev. Charles Lawrence Capel 
Cure was appointed Rector of Abbess 
Roding 2 November 19 12. 

Agnes Frederica, widow of Sir Charles 
' Cunliffe Smith, Baronet, and youngest 
daughter of Capel Cure {see also page 
130), died at Suttons, co. Essex, aged 
76, on Tuesday, 4 March, and was 
buried at Stapleford Tawney, co. Essex, 
on Saturday, 8 March 19 13. 



DALE. V'ol. 14, page 43. — James Little- 
wood Dale married at St. James', 
Fulham, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 
20 February 191 1, Margaret Adamson. 
They have issue a daughter, Celia 
Marjorie, born at Lambton Road, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Monday, 15 
January 191 2. 

Page 48. — George Arthur Dale was 
promoted Lieut. -Colonel Indian Army 
5 February 1913. 

D'ARCY. Vol. 9, page 175. — Lucy 
Virginia Ryves, only daughter of John 
Ryves D'Arcy, British Consul at Ostend, 
died on Thursday, 13 August 19 14, and 
was buried at Hockley, co. Essex. 

DARELL. Vol. 14, page 135. — Mary 
Frances, wife of Robert Darell Smythe 
Darell, died at Hillfield House, Stoke- 
fieming, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 23 
September, and was buried at St. Endel- 
lion, CO. Cornwall, on Saturday, 27 
September 191 3. 

DARELL. Vol. 16, page 67. — Lionel 
Edward Hamilton Marmaduke Darell, 
Captain ist Life Guards, was appointed 
Brigade Major 1st South Midland 
Mounted Brigade, Southern Command, 
II December 1913. 

Page 68. — William Harry Verelst and 
Eva Jefifie Darell have issue a son, 
William Oswald Darell, born 5 Novem- 
ber 1910; and a daughter, Elizabeth 
Joy, born 4 January 191 3. 

Guy Marsland Darell was promoted 
Captain Coldstream Guards i November 
1910; A.D.C. to General Officer Com- 
manding, Egypt, 20 September 1910 to 
7 November 191 2, and A.D.C. to 
General Officer Commanding and 
Commander-in-Chief, Malta, 8 February 
19 13. He married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Monday, 
27 July 1914, Esm^e, younger daughter 
of Captain Walter Stewart Savile of 
Ven, Sherborne, co. Dorset, J. P. 

DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 1 1 7. — Sir George 
Howard Darwin, K.C.B., F.R.S., 
Plumian Professor of Astronomy in the 
University of Cambridge, died at 
Newnham Grange, Cambridge, aged 67, 
on Saturday, 7 December, and was 
buried at Trumpington, co. Cambridge, 
on Wednesday, 11 December 1912, 
after service in the chapel of Trinity 
College. 



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DARWIN, cojitinued. 

Page ii8. — Francis Darwin, F.R.S., 
D.Sc, knig'nted i January 1913. He 
married 3rdly in London on Monday, 
3 March 191 3, Florence Henrietta, 
daughter ot Herbert William F'isher, 
Vice-Warden of the Stannaries of Corn- 
wall and Devon {see Pedigree of Fisher, 
Vol. ij, page 147), and widow of 
Frederic William Maitland, LL.D., 
D.C.L., Professor of English Law, 
Cambridge. 

DEACON. Vol. 15, page 131. — Ellen 
Bassano, 6th daughter of John Deacon 
of Mableden, co. Kent, died, aged 85, 
on Friday, 23 February 1912. Will 
dated 9 February 191 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry 25 March 1912, by 
William Francis Courthope and John 
Francis William Deacon, nephews. 

DE CHAIR. Vol. II, page 165.— The 
Rev. Frederick Blackett and Charlotte 
Elizabeth De Chair celebrated their 
golden wedding 23 April 19 13. 

The Rev. Frederick Beauchamp 
Cooper De Chair died at Church 
Crookham, Fleet, co. Hants, aged 46, 
on Thursday, 12 October, and was 
buried at Fleet 14 October 19 14. 

Page 167. — Georgiana Julia Maria, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. Frederick 
De Chair, died at 3 Sloane Court, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 67, on 
Sunday, 12 October, and was buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, Woking, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 16 October 1913. 

Captain Dudley Rawson Stratford 
De Chair was promoted Rear Admiral 
in August 191 2, and appointed Secretary 
to the First Lord of the Admiralty in 
December following ; .Admiral of the 
Training Service June 1914; created 
C.B. (Birthday honours) 22 June 1914. 
He and his wife Enid have further issue 
a son, Edward Somerset Struben De 
Chair, bom 22 August 19 11, baptised at 
St. Jude's, South Kensington, London. 

DE MAULEY. Vol. 11, page 133. 
Frances Anna Georgiana, widow of 
George William Fox, Baron Kinnaird, 
and only daughter of William Francis 
Spencer, Baron de Mauley, died at The 
Knapp, Inchture, co. Perth, aged 92, 
on Sunday, 20 March 19 10. Will dated 
28 May 1894. Sealed in London 
6 June 1910. 



DE MAULEY, continued. 

Page 136. — Charles Edward Ponsonby 
married at Hunsdon, co. Hertford, on 
Tuesday, 23 July 19 12, Winifred 
Marian, eldest daughter of the Hon'''' 
Herbert Cokayne Gibbs, by Anna 
Maria his wife, youngest daughter and 
coheir of Richard Durant of High 
Canons, co. Hertford, and Sharpham, 
CO. Devon; born 29 March 1886. 
They have issue a daughter, Priscilla 
Dora, born at 9 Portman Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 3 June 1913. 

The Rev. Maurice George Jesser 
Ponsonby was appointed Rector of 
Pilgrims' Rest, Transvaal, South Africa, 
1912. 

Ashley \Villiam Neville Ponsonby was 
appointed Adjutant Territorial Force 1 1 
January 19 12. 

DE MORGAN. Vol. 17, page 50.— 

Richard Coghill De Morgan, eldest son 
of Sydney Aylmer De Morgan, married 
at St. Jude's, South Kensington, London, 
on Saturday, 19 July 19 13, Helen 
Muriel, only daughter of Alexander 
MacGregor. 

DE RAMSAY. Vol. 15, page 119.— 
Hedworth George Ailwyn Fellowes was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant Indian Army 
25 March 19 12, promoted Lieutenant 
18 April 19 1 3. 

DERBY. Vol. 17, page 71.— The Earl 
of Derby was elected Lord Mayor of 
Liverpool 9 November 19 11, and 
received the freedom of the City of 
Liverpool 21 October 191 2. 

Page 72.- — Captain the Hon'''= Victor 
Albert Stanley, R.N., was appointed 
Commandant Royal Naval College, 
Dartmouth, 191 2. 

Page 74. — The Hon'''<^ Ferdinand 
Charles and Alexandra Frances Anne 
Stanley have further issue a son, Henry 
Stanley, born 4 April 191 1. 

DEVON. Vol. 12, page 44. — Elizabeth 
Ruth, Countess of Devon, died at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, aged 99, 
on Wednesday, 17 March, and was 
buried at Powderham, co. Devon, on 
Monday, 23 March 19 14. 

Page 47.— The Rev. the Hon'='= 
Henry Hugh Courtenay was appointed 
Rural Dean of Powderham, co. Devon, 
1Q12. 



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DEVON, continued. 

I'age 47 {tnd Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page .r.)— The Rev. the Hon'^'= Frederick 
Leslie and Marguerite Courtenay have 
further issue two daughters, Marguerite 
Kathleen, born at the Rectory, Honiton, 
CO. Devon, on Wednesday, 15 February, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Honiton, on 
Tuesday, 28 February 191 1, and Camilla 
Gabrielle, born at the Rectory, Honiton, 
on Tuesday, 8 April, baptised at St. 
Paul's, Honiton, 3 May 19 13. 

DEVONSHIRE. Vol. 16, page 162.— 
The Duke of Devonshire who carried 
the Queen's Crown at the Coronation 
191 1, was elected Mayor of Chesterfield 
9 November 1911; LL.D. (honorary) 
Cambridge 191 1; appointed G.C.V.O. 
19 August 191 2. 

Page 163. — Lieut.-Colonel Lord 
Richard Frederick Cavendish was 
gazetted a Privy Councillor 12 June 
1912. 

DEW. Vol. 1, page 285 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page X.) — Major Armine Brere- 
ton Dew was appointed Political Agent 
at Kalat, Baluchistan, India, 1912; 
created CLE. 12 December 1911. He 
and his wife, Esme Mary Dorothea, have 
further issue a daughter, Althea Mary 
Constance, born in India in June 1914. 
Page 285. — The Rev. Roderick Dew 
was appointed Rural Dean of Stratton 
23 April 1914. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140.— Charles 
Gauntlett Dicken was promoted Vice- 
Admiral 1910, and Admiral 1913. 

Page 142. — Colonel William Popham 
Dicken, C.B., D.S.O., died at the 
Oriental Club, Hanover Square, London, 
aged 78, on Saturday, 4 May, and was 
buried in Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 10 May 191 2. 

Henry Ulick, Marquess of Sligo, died 
at 41 Eccleston Square, London, on 
Monday, 24 February 19 13. 

DID HAM. Vol. 6, page 148. — Mary, 
widow of Commander Charles John 
Didham, R.N., died at Walton, near 
Chesterfield, co. Derby, 19 August 1914, 
and was buried at Bideford, co. Devon. 
Page 148.— Deborah Gertrude Mary, 
elder daughter of Charles John Didham, 
was married at St. Mary's, The Boltons, 
South Kensington, London, on Satur- 
day, 9 November 1912, to Douglas 
Victor Coote, only son of Thomas 
Coote of 30 Campden House Court, 
Kensington, London. 



DILKE. Vol. 17, page 135. — Fisher 
Wentworth and Ethel Dilke have further 
issue a son, Christopher Wentworlh 
Dilke, born at 53 Sussex Gardens, Hyde 
Park, London, on Monday, 15 December 
1913, baptised at St. James', West- 
bourne Terrace, London, 11 June 1914. 

DIMSDALE. Vol. 12, page 79.— The 
Rt. Hon'''= Sir Joseph Cockfield Dims- 
dale, Baronet, K.C.V.O., died at Strath- 
peffer, co. Cromarty, aged 63, on Satur- 
day, 10 August, and was buried in 
Paddington Cemetery, Willesden Lane, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 15 August 
1912, after service at St. James', Sussex 
Gardens, Paddington. Memorial service 
at St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, the same 
day. 

Sir John Holdsworth Dimsdale, who 
succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 
10 August 1912, married 2ndly 18 
June 191 2, Elizabeth Grace, daughter 
of William John Harling. 

Page 80 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xvii.) — The Rev. Henry Cockfield 
and Esther Florence Dimsdale have 
issue a son, Henry Cockfield Luke 
Dimsdale, born at 2 Gordon Street, St. 
Pancras, London, on Wednesday, 18 
October, baptised at St. Augustine's 
with St. Faith's, Old Change, London, 
on Sunday, 26 November 191 1. 

DIXON-HARTLAND. Vol. 15, page 36. 
Theresa Roma, eldest daughter of 
Sir Frederick Dixon Dixon-Hartland, 
Baronet, married 2ndly, 14 December 
191 1, Phillip Green, son of Justice 
Green of Bombay, India. 

Vice-Admiral Sir Percy Moreton 
Scott, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., was created a 
Baronet i January 1913. 

DODDERIDGE. Vol. 8, page 55.— 
George and Anna Sophia Dodderidge 
of Dorchester celebrated their golden 
wedding on Sunday, 1 2 July 1 9 1 4. 

The Rev. Sidney Edwin Dodderidge 
was elected a Fellow of the Royal 
Historical Society of Great Britain 
2 1 May 1 9 1 4. 

George Victor Dodderidge was elected 
Pierrepoint Foundation Scholar at 
Lucton School, co. Hereford, November 
1910, and entered Hereford Cathedral 
School as an Exhibitioner 5 May 1913. 

Page 56. — Frank Rawlinson Dudde- 
ridge married at the Congregational 
Chapel, Stoke Newington, co. Middle- 
sex, 16 June 1897, Frances Elizabeth 



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DODDERIDGE, continued. 

(his cousin), daughter of Frank Smith 
of 24 Rectory Road, Stoke Newington, 
by Lucy his wife. They had issue a 
son, Frank Henry Dudderidge, born 

10 November 1898; a daughter, Lucy 
Alice, born 14 June 1900; and a son, 
Eric Dudderidge, born 28 November 
1 90 1. Frank Rawlinson Dudderidge 
died at Westgate-on-Sea, co. Kent, 19 
January 1911, and was buried in the 
Borough Cemetery, Southend -on -Sea, 
CO. Essex. His widow died 5 June 

191 1, and was buried in the Borough 
Cemetery, Southend-on-Sea. 

Page 56 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page ix.) — Albert Victor and Florence 
Annie Sarah Dodderidge have issue a 
daughter, Josephine Dorothy, born at 
the Commercial School, Dorchester, co. 
Dorset, on Tuesday, 21 April, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Dorchester, on Monday, 

11 May 1914. 

DONNE. Vol. 5, page 11 1.— The Rev. 
Charles Edward Donne was appointed 
Perpetual Curate of Motcombe with 
Enmore Green, co. Dorset, 19 Septem- 
ber 191 2. 

DOWDESWELL. Vol. 7, page 82.— 
The Rev. Edmund Richard Dowdeswell, 
Curate of Bushley, co. Worcester, Rural 
Dean of Upton 1911-14, was appointed 
Hon. Canon of Worcester 27 February 
1914. 

DRAYNER. Vol. 6, page 50.— James 
John Drayner died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 54, on Saturday, 21 June 
1913- 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 106.— John 
Marshall Dugdale was re-elected Mayor 
of Llanfyllin 9 November 191 1. 

William Marshall Dugdale married at 
Northop, CO. Flint, on Tuesday, 16 April 

19 1 2, Ruth Edith, younger daughter of 
Sir John Eldon Bankes of Soughton 
Hall, Northop, a Judge of the High 
Court, by Edith his wife, elder daughter 
of Robert Peel Ethelston of Hinton 
Whitchurch, co. Salop. They have 
issue two daughters, Diana, born at 
Pendalog, Llanfyllin, co. Montgomery, 
on Friday, 1 1 April, baptised at Llan- 
fyllin on Friday, 9 May 19 13; and 
Barbara Margaret, born at Pendalog, 
Llanfyllin, on Sunday, 17 May, baptised 
at Llanfyllin on Monday, 29 July 1914. 



DUGDALE, continued. 

Page 107. — -Katharine Keir, only 
daughter of Walter Dugdale of Meeson 
Hall, Wellington, co. Salop, was married 
at Waters Upton, co. Salop, on Tuesday, 
12 September 19 11, to James Arthur 
Clegg, only son of James Arthur Clegg 
of Palms Hill, Wem, co. Salop. 

Charles Frederick Dugdale was 
accidently killed in the Military Riding 
School at Rome, aged 23, on Saturday, 
25 November, and was buried at 
Whitchurch, co. Salop, on Saturday, 
2 December 191 1. 

Page 107 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page X.) — The Rev. Sydney and Phyllis 
Dugdale have further issue a son, 
Christopher David Dugdale, born at the 
Rectory, Whitchurch, on Wednesday, 
28 August, baptised at Whitchurch 
4 October 1912. 

The Rev. John Sydney Dugdale was 
appointed Missionary (C.M.S.) at 
Meerut, United Provinces, India, 191 3. 

The Rev. Richard William Dugdale 
of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, was 
appointed Curate of Rugby, co. Warwick, 
21 December 1913. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 4, page 14. — Mary 
Jane Alice Ann, 2nd daughter of Adam 
Dugdale, J. P., died at 3 Cumberland 
Gardens, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Friday, 17 July 1914. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, page 87.— Eileen 
Phyllis, younger daughter of George 
William Duncan, J. P., was married at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, on Wednesday, 20 No- 
vember 19 1 2, to Edwin Tilney Marshall 
(2nd son of Lieut.-Colonel Lionel 
Marshall, Lancashire Fusiliers) ; born 
20 July 1881 ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Field Artillery 18 August 1900, Lieu- 
tenant 18 August 1903, Captain 10 
October 191 1; employed with West 
African Frontier Force 29 September 
1906 to 15 August 1 9 II. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page 106. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Sir Henry Earle, Baronet, was 
appointed a Deputy Governor of the 
Isle of Wight 1912. 

Page 107. — Mary, 2nd daughter of 
Sir Hardman Earle, Baronet, and widow 
of James Loxham Foster, died at 2 
Clifton Place, Hyde Park, London, 
aged 88, on Monday, 11 December, 



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EARLE, continued. 

remains cremated at Woking on Thurs- 
day, 14 December 1911, after service at 
St. James', Paddington, London. 

Page 109. — Emily, 4th daughter of 
Sir Hardman Earle, Baronet, and widow 
of Hugh Perkins, died at Fulwood 
Park, Liverpool, on Sunday, 22 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried in Smithdown 
Lane Cemetery, Liverpool, 25 February 
1914. 

Harriet, sth daughter of Sir Hardman 
Earle, Baronet, and widow of Archibald 
Tod, died at The Grange, Woolton, 
CO. Lancaster, aged 83, on Monday, 
1 7 February, and was buried at Hale- 
wood, CO. Lancaster, on Thursday, 20 
February 1913, after service at Woolton. 

Charles Frederic Earle married at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 30 
November 191 1, Alice Adelaide, widow 
of Patrick Cumin Scott of Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, M.B. They have issue a 
daughter, Evelyn Alice, born at Blom- 
field House, Shooter's Hill, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 30 August 19 12. 

Page 1 10. — Reginald Earle married 
at Portishead, co. Somerset, 6 May 
1913, Maude Isobel, daughter of Captain 
WiUoughby Still, R.N. 

Page 1 1 1 . — Guy Fife Earle entered 
the Rifle Brigade as 2nd Lieutenant 
20 September 191 1. 

Eric Greville Earle entered the 
Royal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 19 
July 1912. 

EATON. Vol. 6, page 86. — Charles 
Edward Thynne Eaton of Tolethorpe 
Hall, CO. Rutland, married at the parish 
church, Marylebone, London, on Christ- 
mas Day, 191 2, Grace Dundas, daughter 
of Charles Dundas Slater. They have 
issue a sou, Peter Charles Eaton, born 
at loi Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 24 April 
1914. 

EDMEADES. Vol. 13, page 178.— 
Major- General Henry Edmeades died, 
aged 78, on Wednesday, 15 April, and 
was buried at Nurstead, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 18 April 19 14. 

Page 178 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xiv.) — Henry and Violet 
Edmeades have further issue twin sons, 
Philip and Henry Edmeades, born at 
Strensall Vicarage, co. York, on Tues- 
day, 9 July 1912, baptised at Strensall; 
Henry died the same day, and Philip 



EDMEADES, continued. 

died at Hamptons, Tonbridge, co. Kent, 
aged 4 months, on Thursday, 14 No- 
vember 1912; also a son, Richard 
William Edmeades, born at 17 Wel- 
lington Square, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 12 March, baptised at 
Nurstead 8 April 19 14. 

Page I 79. — William Allaire Edmeades 
was appointed Captain Instructor in 
• Gunnery, East Coast Defence, Eastern 
Command, r April 1913. 

Hilda Margaret, youngest daughter of 
Major-General Henry Edmeades was 
married at Nurstead on Monday, 20 
April 1914, to George Frances Bennett 
Goldney (son of George Goldney of 
Exmouth, CO. Devon); born 12 April 
1879 ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
23 June 1898, Lieutenant 14 February 
1901, Captain 23 June 1907, Staff- 
Captain, Headquarters of Army (War 
Office), I April 1909 to 31 May 191 1 ; 
served in South African War 1899 
-1901 (Queen's medal with two clasps). 

EDWARDS. Vol. I, page 260.— The 
Rev. George Lionel Edwards was 
appointed Curate of Ottery St. Mary, 
CO. Devon, 1913. 

EGMONT. Vol. 12, page 14.— Helena 
Honora, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
the Hon'''^ Arthur Philip Perceval, died 
at 36 Eccleston Square, London, 
aged 86, on Saturday, 5 July 1913. 

ERNE. Vol. 17, page 20. — Major the 
Hon'''"^ George Arthur Charles Crichton 
was appointed M.V.O. (4th-class) 3 June 
19 13. He married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Thursday, 12 June 
19 13, Lady Mary Augusta (Dawson), 
younger daughter of Vesey, Earl of 
Dartrey ; born 13 July 1887. They 
have issue a son, David George Crichton, 
born at 99 Eaton Place, London, on 
Friday, 31 July, baptised at St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor Castle, on Monday, 
7 September 19 14. 

Page 21. — Emily Florence, elder 
daughter of Colonel the Hon''''^ Sir 
Henry George Louis Crichton, K.C.B., 
and wife of Colonel the Rt. Hon''''^ John 
Edward Bernard Seely, Secretary of 
State for War, died at 29 Chester 
Square, London, aged 43, on Saturday, 
9 August, and was buried at Brook, Isle 
of Wight, on Tuesday, 12 August 19 13. 



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ERNE, continued. 

Page 21. — The Hon'''' Arthur Owen 
and Katharine Helen Elizabeth Crichton 
have further issue a daughter, Jean 
Trefusis, born at 8 Southwick Crescent, 
Oxford Square, London, on Wednesday, 
15 May 191 2. 

Page 22. — Major Charles William 
Harry Crichton married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Thursday, 
7 November 191 2, Dorothy Maud, 
elder daughter of the Hon'''' Eustace 
Henry Dawnay, by Lady Evelyn de Vere 
Capel his wife, 2nd daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel Arthur de Vere, Viscount 
Maiden ; born at 6 Halkin Street, 
Grosvenor Place, London, on Thursday, 
12 June 1884. 

Commander Reginald Louis Crichton, 
R.N., and Hester Beatrix his wife, have 
further issue a son, John Richard 
Crichton, born 22 February 1912. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 93 {atid Addenda, 
Vol. 16, page xix.) — Edward Nevett 
and Beatrice Adah Evans have issue a 
daughter, Beatrice Martha, born at 
Premier Mine, Transvaal, South Africa, 
on Sunday, 16 March, baptised at St. 
George's, Premier Mine, in April 1913. 

Page 93 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xix.) — Kenneth Wollaston Everett 
and Dorothy May Evans have issue a 
daughter, Helen Dorothy, born at The 
Poplars, Hooton, co. Chester, on Mon- 
day, 3 March, baptised at Hooton 18 
April 1 91 3. 

Page 94. — Anne Jane, wife of William 
Paterson Evans, died at Brentwood, 
Bidston, co. Chester, on Saturday, 25 
July, and was buried at Bidston on 
Tuesday, 28 July 1914. 

William Sandford Evans married at 
the parish church, Marylebone, London, 
on Saturday, 4 October 19 13, Violet 
Elina Spencer, only daughter of Robert 
Nicholas Spencer Lewin of Ifield, co. 
Sussex, and of Birchington, co. Kent, 
Captain (retired) Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry, Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 
Pembrokeshire Yeomanry. 

Arthur Ernest Evans was appointed 
High Sheriff for CO. Denbigh 19 14. 

Page 96 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xiv.) — Edward Francis Herbert 
and Fanny Isherwood Evans have 
further issue a son, John Geoffrey 
Wallace Evans, born at Whitbourne 
Hall, CO. Hereford, on Sunday, 4 August, 
baptised at Whitbourne 30 August 19 12. 



EVERETT. Vol. 16, page 1.— The Rev. 
Canon Henry Everett Ravenhill died 
at Dorchester on Monday, 12 May 

1913- 
Page 2. — Mary Florence, widow of 

Colonel John P'rederic Everett, died at 

The Close, Salisbury, co. Wilts, aged 70, 

on Sunday, 6 July 1913. 

Page 3. — Captain Allan Frederic 

Everett, R.N., created C.B. i January 

1913- 
Page 5. — Albert Nelson Everett died 
at 45 Lansdowne Road, Bedford, aged 
72, on Sunday, 21 April Tgi2. 

Arthur Sherman Everett married at 
Great Marlow, co. Buckingham, 11 July 
191 1, Mabel Edith, daughter of 
the Rev. Arthur Fearon of Caldwell 
Lodge, Marlow, formerly Vicar of Great 
Marlow. 

Page 7. — Leonard William Dawson 
Everett, F.R.G.S., died as the result of 
injuries, received from a wounded lion, 
while employed on the Anglo-Belgian 
(Rhodesia-Congo) Boundary Commis- 
sion, aged 36, on Wednesday, 18 
October 191 1. 

FANE. Vol. 12, page 83. — Victoria, widow 
of Lieut.-Colonel Sir John Terence 
NichoUs O'Brien, K.C.M.G., died at 
125 Victoria Street, Westminster, aged 
72, on Wednesday, 28 February, and 
was buried at Lewknor, co. Oxford, 
2 March r9i2. 

Major-General Francis Hugh Plowden, 
C.B., died at Leyburn Hall, co. York, 
aged 60, on Thursday, 24 August, and 
was buried at Ulshaw on Monday, 28 
August 191 1. 

Page 84. — Cecil Fane married 2ndly at 
All Saints', Bingley, co. York, on Tuesday, 
30 September 19 13, Florence Marjorie, 
daughter of William Ferrand of St. Ives, 
Bingley. 

Hubert William Fane married 19 
June 1 911, Tilda, daughter of A. von 
Adametz. They have issue a son, 
Robert William Augustus Fane, born at 
45 Colville Gardens, Kensington Park, 
London, on Saturday, 26 April 1913. 

Page 85. — Robert Gerald Fane was 
promoted Commander Royal Navy 
I January 19 14. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 114.— 
Aubrey Basil Fanshawe entered the 
Royal Navy as Midshipman 191 1, 
Sub-Lieutenant 191 3. 



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ADDITIONS &= CORRECTIONS. 



FANSHAWE, continued. 

Page 1 1 6. — Reginald Wilmington 
Fanshawe was promoted Lieut. -Colonel 
13 January 1913. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 14, page 105.— 
Rosa Ellen (Fanshawe-Walker), only 
child of the Rev. Charles Simon Faith- 
full Fanshawe, and widow of Dr. \Valker, 
died at Hendon, co. Middlesex, aged 79, 
on Wednesday, 30 July 19 13. 

Page 106. — Henry Ernest Fanshawe 
died at Abberley House, Great Shelford, 
CO. Cambridge, aged 69, on Wednesday, 
16 July, and was buried at Great 
Shelford on Friday, 18 July 19 13. 

Charles Henry and Lettice Marguerite 
Butler Fanshawe have further issue a 
son, Richard Henry Simon Fanshawe, 
born at Barrington, co. Cambridge, on 
Monday, 9 September, baptised there 
22 October 191 2. 

Page 107. — Althea Frances Anne, 
daughter of Robert Faithfull Fanshawe, 
died at the Old Cottage, Hale, co. 
Surrey, aged 74, on Thursday, 18 De- 
cember, and was buried at Hale on 
Monday, 22 December 19 13, after 
service at St. Mark's, Upper Hale. 

Captain Lionel Fanshawe, R.N., died 
at Pembridge Square, Bayswater, Lon- 
don, aged 65, on Saturday, 1 7 May, 
and was buried at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, 20 May 19 13. 

'Phe Rev. Percival Moilliet Fanshawe 
was inducted Rector of Brockley, co. 
Suffolk, 5 December 1911. 

Gladys Emily, younger daughter of 
Henry Ernest Fanshawe, was married 
at Great Shelford, co. Cambridge, on 
Tuesday, 21 January 19 13, to the Rev. 
Donald Macaulay (son of Colin Alex- 
ander Macaulay) ; born 19 April 1884 ; 
Scholar of St. John's, College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 1903, B.A. (2nd- 
class Classical Tripos) 1906; Curate of 
St. John's, Notting Hill, London, 1907 
-1908, of Rhyl, CO. Flint, 1908-11, and 
of Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 191 1, and 
Curate- in -Charge of Barnham, co. 
Suffolk, 1914. 

Page 108. — Lionel Arthur Fanshawe 
was promoted Captain Royal .\rtillery 
26 Alay 1913. 

Page log. — Jocelyn Herbert Fanshawe 
married at Nagpur, Central Provinces, 
India, 11 February 1908, Marguerite 
Henrietta, daughter of Edward King 
Eliot Spence, Captain Indian Army. 
They have issue a daughter, Pamela, 



FANSHAWE, continued. 

born at Igatpuri, Nasik district, Bombay, 
India, on Wednesday, 22 October 
I9I3- 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 15, page 22 (and 
Addenda, I 'ol. ij, page xv.) — Guy 
Dalrymple and Louisa Charlotte Fan- 
shawe have issue two sons, Peter Evelyn 
Fanshawe, born at AVestbourne House, 
Broughty Ferry, co. Forfar, on Wednes- 
day, 13 September, baptised at Broughty 
Ferry 21 October 1911; and Robert 
Henry Fanshawe, born at Westbourne 
House, Broughty Ferry, on Monday, 16 
September, baptised at Broughty Ferry 
27 November 191 2. 

Page 23. — Frederick Bradford and 
Marianne Ellen (May) Fanshawe 
celebrated their silver wedding 10 July 

1913- 
Page 26. — Frances Alice, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Frederick Fan- 
shawe, died at the Tile House, Shanklin, 
Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 13 February 

1913- 
Page 27. — The Rev. Arthur Adolphus 
Fanshawe died at 40 Mill Road, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, aged 82, on Friday, 
14 February, and was buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, on Tues- 
day, 18 February 1913. 

Colonel Edward Arthur Fanshawe 
was appointed to command the Royal 
Artillery, Wessex Division, Southern 
Command, i October 19 13. 

Page 28. — Colonel Hew Dalrj'mple 
Fanshawe, C.B., was promoted Major- 
General 6 October 19 13. 

Page 29. — Colonel Robert Fanshawe, 
D.S.O., was appointed General Staff 
Officer (ist-Grade) ist division, Alder- 
shot Command, 25 October 191 1. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 93. — Susan 
Rachel Hawksworth, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Frederick Fawkes of Farnley 
Hall, CO. York, was married at Leathley, 
CO. York, on Thursday, 11 June 1914, 
as his 2nd wife, to Robert John Foster 
of Stockeld Park, Wetherby, co. York 
(2nd son of William Foster of Hornby 
Castle, CO. Lancaster); born in 1850; 
J. P. and D.L. for West Riding, co. York, 
High Sheriff 1898-99. 

Page 94. — Rupert Edward Francis 
Fawkes of the Soudan Civil Service, 
married at Weston-sub-Edge, co. Glou- 
cester, on Tuesday, 12 September 191 1, 
Mary Theodora, only daughter of 
Philip Dacres .\dams. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



FAWKES, continued. 

Page 94. — Valentine Hawksworth 
Francis Fawkes married at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 8 July 191 2, Blanche 
I. M. Lindsay, daughter of Lindsey 
Neill, of Felling Lodge, Cheltenham, 
fornlerly of the Indian Civil Service. 
They have issue a son, Lindsey Fawkes, 
born at Strathcona, Orange Free State, 
South Africa, on Tuesday, 6 May 

1913- 
Page 96. — Algernon Fawkes died at 
133 Church Street, Chelsea, co. Mid- 
dlesex, aged 60, on Tuesday, 12 
November 19 12. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page 104.— Horace 
Frederick Fellovves entered the Royal 
Navy as a Cadet 15 September 191 2. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 15, page 83.- 
Admiral Sir John Fellowes, K.C.B., 
died at Roestock Hall, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford, aged 70, on Monday, 22 
September 1913. 

Page 84. — Rosamond Sophie, elder 
daughter of the Rev. Edward Lyon 
Fellowes, was married at All Saints', 
Cambridge, on Tuesday, 21 October 
1913, as his 2nd wife, to the Rev. 
William St. George Coldwell (only son 
of the Rev. William Edward Coldwell, 
Vicar of Sandon, co. Stafford) ; born 
9 ."Vugust 1857 ; educated at Charter- 
house 1869-74 ; Curate of Stoke-on- 
Trent, CO. Stafford, 1887-91, Rector of 
Wilby 1 891-1904, and of Islip since 
1904, both CO. Northampton. 

Page 85. — Cyril Fellowes died at 
Goyfield House, Feli.xstowe, co. Suffolk, 
aged 25, on Thursday, 30 October, and 
was buried at Felixstowe i November 

1913- 
Page 85 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page XX.) — Robert and Mary Stuart 
Fellowes have issue a son, Robert Stuart 
Fellowes, born at Molescroft House, 
Cottingham, East Riding, co. York, on 
Friday, 22 August, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, co. York, 7 October 191 1 ; and 
a daughter, Leta Mary Miriam, born at 
Molesworth House, Cottingham, on 
Wednesday, 23 July, baptised at 
Cottingham 29 August 1913. 

Page 86. — The Rev. Henry Cecil 
Fellowes married 2ndly on Saturday, 
6 June 1 9 14, Beatrice Emma Crosland, 
youngest daughter of Henry Terry of 
250 Rue de Rivoli, Paris. 



FELLOWES. Vol. 17, page 3. — 
Dorothea Frances, elder daughter of 
Robert Maseres Fellowes of Melbourne 
House, Dulwich, co. Surrey, was married 
on Tuesday, 10 October 191 1, to 
Bernard Keen Hubbard, eldest son 
of David Derry Hubbard of Upper 
Norwood, CO. Surrey. 

FERARD. Vol. 16, page 96. — John 
Edward Ferard married at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
29 June 19 1 2, Kathleen Marion, 
daughter of Edward A. Dennys of the 
Public Works Department, India. 

FEWTRELL. Vol. 8, page 65.— Jane, 
wife of the Rev. Edgar Alford Fewtrell, 
died at Lynton House, Springfield Park, 
Acton, CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
29 January, and was buried at Newhey, 
CO. Lancaster, on Monday, 3 February 
1 913. He married 2ndly at All Saints', 
South Acton, 30 April 19 14, Edith 
Lucy, 3rd daughter of William Henry 
Sanders of Heathfield Road, Acton, by 
Edith Etty Niemann his wife. 

FIELD. Vol. 3, page 82.— Violet Evelyn, 
elder daughter of Ernest Field, was 
married at St. Mark's, Surbiton, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 18 March 191 2, to 
Charles Alfred Speed Williams of the 
Imperial Maritime Customs Service, 
China. 

Page 84. — Humphrey Frank Field 
married at St. James', Weybridge, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, i October 1913, 
Edith, elder daughter of Lieut.- General 
Ernest de Brath of Bendochy, 
Weybridge, C.B., CLE., by Edith 
Anna Beatrice his wife, daughter of 
Leon Jean O'Meara. 

FIRTH. ^■ol. 4, page 143-— The Rev. 
Walter Alfred and Dora Firth have 
issue a daughter, Hilda Mary, born 31 
August 1 88 1, married 30 April 191 1, 
to Henry Hinks ; a son, Denys Firth, 
bom 6 March 1883, married 31 August 
1911, Dorothy E. Lindsell ; a daughter, 
Audrey Mary, born 29 October 1888, 
married at Westfield, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 9 July 1913, to Geoffrey 
Francis Paget (youngest son of Peter 
Paget of Croydon, co. Surrey) ; a 
daughter, Monica Mary, born 26 
February 1892, married 10 January 
1914, to Harold Offley Lindsell ; and a 
daughter, Marjorie iNLnry, born 30 
January 1896. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



FISHER. Vol. 13, page 147. —Florence 
Henrietta, eldest daughter of Herbert 
William Fisher, and widow of Frederic 
William Maitland, LL.D., was married 
in London 3 March 19 13, as his 3rd 
wife, to Sir Francis Darwin, F.R.S., D.Sc. 
(see Pedigree of Darwin, Vol. 4, page 118.) 
Page 149. — Ihe Ven'^''= Francis Lear 
died at The Close, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
aged 90, on Thursday, 19 February, 
and was buried m Salisbury Cathedral 
on Monday, 23 February 1914. 

Page 151. — Cordelia, youngest daugh- 
ter of Herbert \Villiam Fisher, was 
married in London, on Wednesday, 
20 March 1912, to Richard Henry 
Parnell Curie, son of James Curie of 
Plvelaw, CO. Berwick. 
FITZWILLIAM. Vol. 14, page 32.— 
George James Charles Wentworth- 
Fitzwilliam married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Thursday, 
II June 1914, Lorna Beryl, daughter 
of John Morgan of Bristol. 

Page 33. — The Earl Fitzwilliam was 
appointed K.C.V.O. 12 July 191 2. 

Page 34. — Maud, younger daughter 
of George Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, and 
widow of the Hon'''<^ Cospatrick Thomas 
Dundas, was married 2ndly at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, St. Helena, on Wednesday, 
2 October 19 12, to Major Harry Edward 
Spiller Cordeaux, C.B., C.M.G. (son of 
Edward Cordeaux of the Lidian Civil 
Service) ; born 15 November 1870 ; 
B.A. of Cambridge ; 2nd Lieutenant 
(unattached) 2 June 1894, of the Indian 
Staff Corps 5 October 1895, Lieutenant 
2 September 1896, Captain Indian Army 
2 June 1903, Major 2 June 191 2, re- 
tired 3 June 1912 ; served in Somaliland 
1901-1904 (mentioned in despatches, 
medal with three clasps and 1908-10 
clasp) ; Vice-Consul at Berbera 1900 
-1903, Consul 1903-1906, Deputy 
Commissioner Somaliland Protectorate 
1904- 1906, Commissioner 1906-10, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of 
Uganda Protectorate 1910-11, and of 
St. Helena 191 1; C.B. 9 November 
1Q04, C.M.G. 26 Tune 1902. 
FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— Lorina 
Alice, wife of Edward Lionel Alexander 
Clarke, Master of the Supreme Court, 
Chancery Division, and 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. William Fletcher, died at 
Lewcns, Wimborne, co. Dorset, on 
Tuesday, 3 October, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Wimborne on 
Saturday, 7 October 191 1. 



FLETCHER, continued. 

Page 78. — Thomas Russell Pletcher 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Field Artillery 9 Se])tember 1914. 

William Giffard Fletcher, of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, graduated B.A. 22 
December 191 1, entered the Royal 
Field Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 22 
December 191 1, and is attached to the 
123rd Battery stationed at Kildare. 

Page 79. — The Rev. William George 
Dimock and Elizabeth Harriet Fletcher 
celebrated their silver wedding 23 
August 1913. 

Walter John Fletcher, F.R.I.B.A., 
died at Wyrley, Colehill, Wimborne 
Minster, co. Dorset, aged 70, on Mon- 
day, 21 April, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Wimborne on Friday, 25 
April 1913. Will dated 28 October 
1901, with codicil dated 23 April 1909, 
proved at Blandford 16 July 19 13, by 
Walter Townshend Fletcher, son, and 
Montague James Raymond, solicitor. 
The following arms and quarterings were 
granted in July 191 1, recorded at the 
Herald's College (Surrey, vi. 247), 
and are allowed to the children of 
Walter John Fletcher and Augusta 
Franklyn (Passingham) : i, Fletcher; 
2. Keelinge ; 3, Gules on a chevron 
ermine between three lions rampant 
erminois as many red roses barbed and 
seeded proper, P.^ssingham ; 4, Argent 
on a chevron gules three fleur-de-lis 
erminois, Lloyd {see Pedigree of 
Passingham, page ^8 present volume). 

Walter Townshend Fletcher is County 
Surveyor for co. Dorset, and senior 
Lieutenant 4th Battalion Dorsetshire 
Regiment (D Company). He married 
at Winterbourne Zelston, co. Dorset, 
30 April 19 1 2, Mabel, daughter of 
\Villiam Hunter of Clifton. They have 
issue a daughter, Betty Passingham, 
born at Warley, Icen-Way, co. Dorset, 
20 March, baptised at Wimborne 
Minster 15 April 19 14. 

Page 80. — The Rev. James Michael 
John Fletcher was appointed Rural 
Dean of Pimperne (Wimborne portion) 
in December 1907, and Surrogate for 
the Diocese of Salisbury; he was in- 
stituted and inducted to the Canonry 
of Stratford in Salisbury Cathedral 
8 October 191 2. 

Harriet Anne Mary, youngest daugh- 
ter of the Rev. William Fletcher, and 
wife of Charles John Arrovvsmith, died 
at 5 Ladbroke Square, Notting Hill, 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



FLETCHER, continued. 

London, 1 1 April, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 15 
April 191 2. 

Page 81.— The Ven"" William Henry 
Fletcher was appointed Treasurer of 
St. Asaph Cathedral and Prebendary of 
Meliden 30 November 19 10. 

Frederick Brandstrom Fletcher, a 
County Councillor for Surrey, died at 
Stow Thorna, Beauchamp Road, East 
Molesey, co. Surrey, aged 57, on Sun- 
day, 27 July, and was buried at Ulceby, 
CO. Lincoln, on Thursday, 31 July 1913- 
Will dated 19 July 1913, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1403, 13) 9 September 19 13, by 
the Ven''''= William Henry Fletcher, 
brother, and Bernard George Geidt, 
retired Judge. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 13, page 60.— Bolton 
Littledale Fletcher was promoted 
Lieutenant Scots Guards ii November 
191 1. 

FLORY. Vol. I, page 253.— The Rev. 
Canon William Flory died at Redland 
Lodge, Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 
65, on U'ednesday, 19 June, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Lillington, 
CO. Warwick, on Monday, 24 June 191 2. 
Will dated 26 April 1897, proved in the 
Principal Registry 15 November 191 2, 
by Susannah Proctor Flory, relict. 



FLOYER. 



Vol. 



page 116. — Mary 



Louisa, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
\Villiam Richards \Vatson, and widow 
of Ernest Ayscoghe Flo5'er, was married 
2ndly at Holy Trinity, Kensington Gore, 
London, on Thursday, 27 March 1913, 
as his 2nd wife, to Vaughan Cornish, 
D.Sc. (Vict.), F.G.S., F.C.S., F.R.G.S., 
F.R.C.L (son of the Rev. Charles John 
Cornish of Salcnmbe Regis, co. Devon) ; 
born at the Vicarage, Debenham, co. 
Suffolk, 22 December 1862; educated 
at St. Paul's School and at Owen's Col- 
lege (Prizeman), graduated at Victoria 
University, Manchester (Honours : 
School of Chemistry, ist-class) 1888. 

Page ii6 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page V.) — John Wadham Floyer, son of 
Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer, died at Bude, 
CO. Cornwall, aged 13, on Saturday, 
16 September, and was buried at 
Frimley, co. Surrey, 20 September 191 1. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 45.— Hubert 
Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon Foljambe 
was promoted Major King's Royal Rifle 
Corps 17 July 1912. 



FOLJAMBE. continued. 

Page 45. — Rachel Emily, younger 
daughter of Lieut.-Colonel George 
Savilc Foljambe was married at Holy 
Trinity, Kensington Gore, London, on 
Wednesday, i October 191 3, to Frederick 
Victor Yeats-Brown, born 6 February 
1880; 2nd Lieutenant King's Royal 
Rifle Corps 3 February 1900, Lieutenant 
19 March 1901, Captain 31 March 
1908 ; served in South African War 
1900-1902 (Queen's medal with four 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 

Page 47. — The Earl of Liverpool was 
appointed Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief of New Zealand August 19 12, 
K.C.M.G. 5 October following, and 
G.C.M.G. 22 June 1914. 

Page 49. — The Hon''''= Bertram Mar- 
maduke Osbert Savile Foljambe was 
promoted Lieutenant West Yorkshire 
Regiment 10 October 191 2. 

Page 50. — Lady Constance Blanche 
Alethea Mary, 5th daughter of Cecil 
George Savile, Earl of Liverpool, was 
married at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton, London, on Monday, 1 1 December 
191 1, to the Rev. Hezekiah Astley 
Kemp Hawkins (son of Hezekiah Haw- 
kins of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester) ; 
educated at Chichester College ; Vicar 
of Kilburn, co. York, 1914. 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 131.— Richard 
Christopher Gorges Foote entered the 
Royal Marines as 2nd Lieutenant 
I October 19 13. 

Page 132. — Edwin Cunningham Foot 
married 2ndly at St. Matthias', Torquay, 
CO. Devon, on Thursday, 28 August 
19 1 3, Eveline Mabel, daughter of 
Colonel Henry Octavius Currie, 19th 
Hussars. 

FORWOOD. Vol. 15, page 92.— 
Sir Dudley Baines and Norah Isabella 
Forwood have further issue a son, 
Dudley Richard Forwood, born at 24 
Hans Crescent, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 6 June, baptised at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
7 August 19 1 2. 

Page 93. — Thomas Brittain Forwood 
died at P>imhurst, Frimley Green, co. 
Surrey, aged 69, on ^^'ednesday, 23 July, 
and was buried at Frimley on .Saturday, 
26 July 1913. 

Thomas Brittain Forwood, junior. 
Lieutenant King's Own (Royal Lancaster 
Regiment), married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, 10 October 191 2, 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



FORWOOD, continued. 

Constance Mary Muriel, elder daughter 
of Lieut. - Colonel William Frederick 
Fairlie of Middleswood, Jersey. They 
have issue a daughter, Constance Anne 
Patricia, born at Lebong, India, on 
Thursday, 25 September 19 13. 

Page 94 (.and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page .xw//.)— Eric Baines and Mary 
Katharine Forwood have issue a 
daughter Judith, born 17 August 19 12, 
baptised at Kilsby, co. Northampton. 

Page 96. — Faith Octavia, youngest 
daughter of Sir William Bower Forwood, 
was married at Bromborough, co. 
Chester, on Wednesday, 18 December 
191 2, to Herbert Coates Mayo, son of 
Colonel William Robert Mayo, Deputy- 
Commissary-General of Ordnance. 

FRANKLIN. Vol. 17, page 186.— 
Francis William Franklin married 2ndly 
at Coventry, co. Warwick, on Wednes- 
day, 23 April 1913, Harriet Emma, 
only daughter of Alfred Robinson of 
The Lawn, Stonegate, Knighton, co. 
Leicester, and widow of William Leckie 
Robinson of The Elms, Coventry, J. P. 

Francis Franklin married in London, 
on Monday, 23 December 191 2, Norah 
Kathleen, 2nd daughter of John Rudolph 
Gildea of Weatherford Hall, co. Mayo ; 
born at the Governor's House, H.M. 
Prison, Kilmainham, co. Dublin, 5 
August 1883. 

Page 189. — George Denne Franklin 
was promoted Major Indian Medical 
Service 19 14. He and Dorothy Jessie 
his wife have further issue a daughter, 
Phyllis, born at Gilgit, Kashmir, India, 
25 November 1912. 

Page 191. — Lucy Rowena, younger 
daughter of George Cooper Franklin, 
was married at Fareham, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 27 July 19 12, to John Vanner 
Gilligan (younger son of George Gilligan 
of Reading, co. Berks, J.P.) ; born 21 
June 1878; educated at Rugby and 
at Trinity College, O.xford ; formerly 
Lieutenant 19th Hussars. 

FREEMAN. Vol. n, page 49.— Philip 
Horace Freeman married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Saturday, 
8 June 1912, Phyllis Mary, 2nd daughter 
of Edward Scott of St. Albans, co. 
Hertford. They have issue a son, John 
Edward Broke Freeman, born at New- 
lands, Townsend Avenue, St. Albans, 
14 May, baptised at the parish church, 
Haslemere, co. Surrey, 5 July 1913. 



FREEMAN, continued. 

Page 49. — George Sydney Freeman 

married at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
on Thursday, 30 January 19 13, Adela 
Mary Grace, youngest daughter of 
E. M. Field of Hove, co. Sussex. 
They have issue a daughter Rosemary, 
born at 20 CoUingham Place, Glou- 
cester Road, South Kensington, on 
Wednesday, 10 December 19 13, bap- 
tised at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
9 January 1914. 

FRENCH. Vol. 17, page 198. — 
Ronald Edgar and Dorothy Brodie 
French have further issue a son, Edward 
Brodie French, born at Ranmore, Burgh 
Heath, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 9 May, 
baptised at Banstead, co. Surrey, 16 
June 1912. Ronald Edgar French was 
of King's College, Cambridge, M.D. 
1909. 

Douglas Gordon French married at 
St. John's, Be.xley, co. Kent, on Thurs- 
day, 15 August 191 2, Beatrice Irene 
King, youngest daughter of Edward 
Ford of Bridgen Place, co. Kent, 
Barrister-at-Law. 

GALE. Vol. I, page 278. — Marmaduke 
Henry Littledale Gale was promoted 
Major Indian Army 10 October 19 12. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 139.— Sarah 
Winsmore, widow of John Dunnell 
Garrett, died at Elstree, co. Hertford, 
aged 76, on Wednesday, 20 December 
191 1, and was buried there. 

Page 140. — Percy Nathusius and 
Bessie Maria Garrett have further issue 
a son, Basil Garrett, born at Earsdon, 
CO. Northumberland, on Thursday, 1 1 
February 1904, baptised there. 

Page 141 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page x.xvii.) — Guy Lance and Dorothea 
Garrett have further issue two daughters, 
Margaret Joyce, born at Handford, 
Grimsby, Ontario, Canada, on Sunday, 
5 September, baptised at St. Andrew's, 
Grimsby, Ontario, 7 November 1909; 
and Ruth Aileen, born at Grimsby, 
Ontario, 23 May, baptised there in 
June 1911. 

Page 142. — Colonel Edmund and 
Gertrude Mary Garrett celebrated their 
golden wedding 10 July 1912. Colonel 
Garrett died at Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, 
aged 73, on Tuesday, 27 January, and 
was buried there on Thursday, 29 
January 19 14. 



ADDITIONS or CORRECTIONS. 



GARRETT, continued. 

Page 143. — Newson Littlewood Gar- 
rett of Tadworth, co. Surrey, married 
2ndly at Stradbroke, co. Suffolk, on 
Saturday, 28 December 1912, Florence 
Catharine, 5th daughter of the Rev. 
Canon William Tate, LL. D., Vicar of 
Stradbroke. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xiv.) — -Douglas Thornbury and 
Gwendoline Frieda Isabella Garrett 
have further issue a daughter, Joan 
Mary, born at 38 Golder's Green 
Crescent, Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, 
on Monday, 22 January 191 2. 

Page 144. — Ronald Thornbury Garrett 
married at Argyll Square Church, Oban, 
CO. Argyll, on Tuesday, 20 August 19 12, 
Kate Marion Stewart, youngest daughter 
of Alexander Robertson of Bellevue 
House, Oban. They have issue a son, 
Alastair Thornbur)' Garrett, born at 
Gower House, Aldeburgh, on Monday, 
21 July 1913. 

Page 144 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page /.v.) — Alfred Stead and Winifred 
Mary Garrett have further issue a son, 
Peter Croft Garrett, born at Fulwood, 
Leiston, co. Suffolk, 4 October, baptised 
at Leiston i November 19 13. 

Winifred Mary, wife of Alfred Stead 
Garrett, died at Fulwood, Leiston, aged 
36, on Friday, 17 October, and was 
buried at Leiston 20 October 191 3. 

Victor Richard Garrett married at 
All Saints', Margaret Street, London, 
on Thursday, 11 September 19 13, 
Gladys Strang, only daughter of William 
Phillips Fisher of Stanely Moor, 
Johannesburg, South Africa. 

GATTY. Vol. 2, page 153.— The Rev. 
Reginald Alfred Gatty died at the 
Rectory, Hooton Roberts, co. York, 
on Monday, 9 March, and was buried 
at Hooton Roberts 13 March 19 14. 

Page 154. — Charles Comyn Scott 
Scott-Gatty was appointed an Esquire 
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in England 4 March 1912. 

GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 114.— Norman 
Martin Gibbins married at the parish 
church, Mar)'lebone, London, on Satur- 
day, I August 19 14, Helena Mary, 
daughter of ^L ^[acDowell Coleman of 
Madras, India. 

Page 115. — The Rev. Wilfrid Hannay 
Gibbins was appointed Curate of St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, De- 
cember 191 2. 



GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 45— The Rev. 
Benjamin Gibbons died at Waresley 
House, Hartlebury, co. Worcester, 
aged 88, on Tuesday, 18 June 19 12. 

GIDLEY. Vol. 14, page 131. — Major 
John Gidley is now of Castle House, 
Gidleigh, Chagford, co. Devon. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144. — Arthur 
Xockolds Gilbey, J. P., was nominated 
High Sheriff for co. Middlesex 1912. 

Walter Ewart Gilbey married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, on 
Thursday, 18 April 191 2, Alice Dora, 
only daughter of Coysgarne Sim of 54 
Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington, 
London. They have issue a son, Walter 
Derek Gilbey, born 11 March 19 13. 

Page 146. — William Gordon Gilbey 
married 15 July 1911, Grace Mary 
Eleanor, eldest daughter of Hubert 
George Charles (Mostyn), 7 th Baron 
Vaux of Harrowden, co. Northampton ; 
born at Hedgefield, Inverness, on Sun- 
day, 22 May 1887. They have issue a 
son, Peter Hubert Gordon Gilbey, bom 
at The Grove, Denham, co. Buckingham, 
on Sunday, 28 June, baptised at the 
Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, 
Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 7 July 1914. 

Page 147. — John Newman Gilbey 
was promoted Lieutenant Welsh Regi- 
ment 15 May 191 1. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 67. — The 
Rev. Gerald Henry George Goddard 
resigned the living of Odstock, co. 
Wilts, July 1914, having been appointed 
Rector of All Saints', Chardstock, co. 
Devon, by the Bishop of Salisbury. 

GODDARD. Vol. 10, page 27.— Arthur 
Henry Goddard married at the parish 
church, Bushey, co. Hertford, on 
Thursday, 20 February 1913, Mymie 
Sinclair, younger daughter of David 
Ross Clarke, formerly Captain i6th 
Rajputs (The Lucknow Regiment). 
They have issue a daughter, Valentine 
Mary Kennerley, born at 37 Victoria 
Road, Merry Hill, Bushey, 1 1 December 
1 91 3, baptised at St. Clements', Leigh, 
CO. Essex, II January 19 14. 

GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 17, page a7x).— Major 
Henry Tufton and Amelia Marguerite 
Godden have issue a son, Philip Axell 
Godden, born at Fremantle, Western 
Australia, on Thursday, 16 November 
191 1, baptised at Mundaring. near 
Perth, Western .\ustralia. 



ADDITIONS c^ CORRECTIONS. 



GOLDSMITH. Vol. s, page 109.— 
Herbert Symonds Goldsmith, C.M.G., 
married at All Saints', Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 23 April 1913, 
Beatrice Maude, daughter of Arthur M. 
Case of Holmbury, Eastbourne. 

GORDON. Vol. 12, page 182. — Charles 
Hanbury Gordon married at St. Paul's, 
Onslow Square, London, on Saturday, 
I November 19 13, Isobel Dalziel, 
daughter of Alexander Dalziel Keith 
of Craigveigh, Aboyne, co. Aberdeen, 
M.B. 

Major Henry William Gordon em- 
ployed with Rhodesia-Anglo Boundary 
Commission 15 February 19 13. 

GOSCHEN. Vol. IS, page 161.— Kathleen 
Eleanor, youngest daughter of Henry 
Goschen, was married at the parish 
church, Brompton, London, on Thursday, 
12 March 1914, Geoffrey Malcolm 
Gathorne -Hardy, elder son of the 
Hon'''' Alfred Erskine Gathorne-Hardy 
of Donnington Priory, Newbury, co. 
Berks, M.P., by Isabella Louisa his 
wife, only daughter of John Malcolm 
of Poltalloch, CO. Argyll ; born 28 
January 1878; of New College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1901 ; of the Inner Temple, called 
to the Bar 24 June 1903. 

Page 162. — Laura Sophia, wife of 
Alexander Huen Goschen, died at 27 
Lennox Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, on Friday, 13 December, and was 
buried on Monday, 16 December 191 2. 
Requiem Mass at St. Mary's, Cadogan 
Street, Chelsea, on Tuesday, 17 
December. 

Charles Henry Goschen married at 
Yattendon, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 1 1 
November 191 3, Amy Beatrice, 2nd 
daughter of Sir Cameron Gull, Baronet, 
of Frilsham House, Yattendon, co. 
Berks. 

Page 163. — Harriet Holister, Lady 
Goschen, wife of the Rt. Hon^^ Sir 
William Edward Goschen, G.C.V.O., 
K.C.M.G., died at Arco, Sud -Tyrol, 
Austria, on Thursday, 15 February, and 
was buried at Flimwell, co. Sussex, 
on Friday, 23 February 191 2. Memorial 
service at St. George's, Berlin, same day. 

GOUGH. Vol. 17, page 149. —The 
Hon''''= Hugh William Gough entered 
the Irish Guards as 2nd Lieutenant 
19 January 1912, and promoted Lieu- 
tenant July 19 14. 



GOUGH, continued. 

Page 150. — Archibald Francis Arbuth- 
not, who died 31 March 1879, was 
buried in Brompton Cemetery, London. 
His widow, Gertrude Sophia, who died 
21 November 1882, was buried at 
Torquay, co. Devon. 

Hilda Eva, of 13 Grosvenor Square, 
London, widow of Colonel the Hon'''^ 
George Hugh Gough, C.B., was born 6 
September 1863. 

Irene Frances Nora, elder daughter 
of Colonel the Hon''''^ George Hugh 
Gough, C.B., was married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Tuesday, 
2 January 19 12, to Henry Cecil Lloyd 
Howard (only son of Colonel Henry 
Richard Lloyd Howard, C.B., of 
Wygfair, St. A.saph, co. Flint, by Violet 
Mary Barnard iiis wife, daughter of 
Captain Henry Barnard Hankey, R.N.); 
born 30 August, baptised al Sunninghill, 
CO. Berks, 30 September 1882; 2nd 
Lieutenant i6th Lancers 9 March 1901, 
Lieutenant 3 September 1902, Captain 
15 August 1914; served in South Afri- 
can War igoi-1902. Queen's medal with 
four clasps {see Pedigree of Howard, Vol. 
I, page 92). 

Kathleen Mona Gough was born i 
[not 2] April 1886. 

Page 151. — Lieut.-Colonel Gregory 
Haines, who died 23 June 1874, was 
buried in Harold's Cross Cemetery, 
Dublin. His wife, Jane Eliza Mona, 
was born at Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey, 
28 February 18 19. 

Hugh Rodolph [not Rudolph] Arbuth- 
not Gough was educated at Radley 
[not Eton] College, and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst. He served 
in the Zulu War, being attached to 
Nettleton's Native Levy. 

Page 152. — Frances Maria, wife of 
Field-Marshal Sir Patrick Grant, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 25 January 1S92. 
They were married at Simla, India, 
17 September 1844. 

GOWER. Vol. 15, page 38.— There is 
a memorial window in the parish 
church, Leigh, co. Kent, to the memory 
of Edward Gower of Leigh, who died 
II May 1857. 

Page 39. — Robert Vaughan Gower 
was elected Deputy- Mayor of the 
borough of Tunbridge Wells 9 November 
1910, and re-elected in 191 1 and 1912. 
He and Dorothy Susie Eleanor his wife. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



GOWER, continued. 

have furtlier issue a daughter, Pauline 
Mary de Peauly, born at Ferndale Lodge, 
Tunbridge \Vells, 22 July, baptised at 
St. James',TunbridgeAVells, 20 September 
1910. 

Page 40. — Joshua Reginald Gower 
graduated B.A. of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge (4th in first-class Military 
Special, part 2) 15 June 191 2 ; gazetted 
2nd Lieutenant (unattached list) Terri- 
torial Force (University Candidates) 
II December 19 11, entered the 15th 
Foot (East Yorkshire Regiment) as 2nd 
Lieutenant 13 (to date from 16) Sep- 
tember 1912, transferred to 6th Dragoon 
Guards (Carabineers) 12 October 1912, 
promoted Lieutenant 11 January 1913. 

GRAHAM. Vol. 13, page 80.— Ellen, 
only daughter of John Graham of 
Meadow Bank, Cranford, co. Middlesex, 
was married at Roxeth, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 29 August 1912, to 
Richard Cadwaladr Roberts of Cwmfel- 
infach, co. Monmouth (son of John 
Roberts of Clwtybont, co. Carnarvon 
Roberts) ; born at Plas Eryr, Clwtybont, 
4 July 1876 ; B.Sc. University of Wales 
(ist in Honours, Physics) 1901, 
B.Sc. Lond. (Honours, Physics) igoi ; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1906. 

GREEN. Vol. 4, page 46. — Everard 
Green was appointed Somerset Herald 
II October 19 11, by Letters Patent 
under the Great Seal. 

GREENWOOD. Vol. 5, page 131.— 
Victor John Greenwood was promoted 
Lieutenant loth Hussars 17 April 1912. 
Ruth Margaret, elder daughter of 
Charles Staniforth Greenwood, was 
married at Birstwith, co. York, on 
Wednesday, 29 April 19 14, to Leslie 
Richmond (son of James Richmond of 
Haddon Rig, New South Wales) ; born 
13 June 1888; 2nd Lieutenant Gordon 
Highlanders 29 August 1906, Lieutenant 

3 February 1909. 

GRELLIER. Vol. 16, page 11. — Gordon 
Harley Grellier married at the parish 
church, Epsom, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 

4 July 1912, Viva Melicent, daughter of 
Edwin Thomas Hamley of Sunning- 
hill, Epsom. 

GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 117.— Henry 
Cunliffe Shawe died at Weddington 
Hall, Nuneaton, co. Warwick, aged 77, 
on Thursday, 3 August 191 1, and was 
buried at Weddington. 



GRESLEY, continued. 

Page 1 17. — Agnes Elizabeth, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Sir William Nigel 
Gresley, Baronet, died at Barton-under- 
Necdwood, co. Stafford, on Tuesday, 
4 February 1913, and was buried at 
Netherseale, co. Leicester. 

GREY. Vol. II, page 170.— The Rt. 
Hon'''' Sir Edward Grey was appointed 
a Trustee of the British Museum 1911 ; 
created K.G. 12 February 191 2. 

GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 29. — Walter 
John Grubbe married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Friday, 
29 November 191 2, Dora, daughter of 
the Rev. William Jowitt, Rector of 
Stevenage, co. Hertford, and widow of 
Charles Arnold Edgell. 

Page 30. — Arthur Robert Grubbe 
died at Southwold, co. Suffolk, on 
Saturday, 8 August 1914. 

Laurence Carrington Grubbe, Captain 
1 6th Foot, died at 96 Abbey Road, 
St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 11 January 191 2. 

Page 32. — Alice, widow of the Ven'='"= 
Charles Septimus Grubbe, Archdeacon 
of Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa, 
died at Creek Cottage, Lymington, co. 
Hants, on Sunday, 2 1 January, and was 
buried at Lymington on Thursday, 
25 January 1912. 

GURDON. Vol. 17, page 121.— John 
Gurdon entered the East Surrey Regi- 
ment as 2nd Lieutenant 25 December 
1909, and was promoted Lieutenant 24 
April 1912. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 3.— Colonel 
AVilloughby Garnons Gwatkin was 
appointed General Staff Officer, ist 
Grade, Canadian Forces, 14 July 
191 1. 

Hugh Miles Stapleton Gwatkin died 
at Kingston, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
28 March 1914. 

Page 4. — The Rev. Walter Henry 
Trelawny Ashton-Gwatkin resigned the 
Rectory of Wrotham, co. Kent, 1 9 1 3. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 169.— Theophi- 
lus Palmer Gwatkin married at Holy 
Trinity, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Thursday, 20 November 
1913, Edith Evelyn Elizabeth, youngest 
daughter of Rear-Admiral Edward Hood 
Lingard Ray. 



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ADDITIONS &^ CORRECTIONS. 



HALIFAX. Vol. lo, page 134 i.^n<l 
Addenda, Vol 16, page *.rp.)— The 
Hon'''' Edward Frederick Lmdley and 
Lady Dorothy Evelyn Augusta Wood 
have further issue a son, Charles Ingram 
Courtenay Wood, bom at 88 Eaton 
Square, London, 3 October 191 2. 

Page 135.— Everard Charles Lmdley 
Meynljll married at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on Tuesday, 21 July 
1914, Rose, only daughter of Lionel 
Bulteel of 1 3 Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London. 

HALL. Vol. 4, page 29.— The Honi^'^ 
Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth, only 
daughter of Sir Benjamin Hall, Baron 
Llanover, and widow of John Arthur 
Edward Herbert, died at Llanover Hall, 
near Abergavenny, co. Monmouth, aged 
88, on Sunday, 3 November, and was 
buried at Llanover on Thursday, 7 No- 
vember 1912. Will dated 23 April 
191 2, proved at the Principal Registry 
24 December 191 2, by the Hon'''' 
Henrietta Maria Arienwen Maxwell, 
daughter. Colonel Edward Bleiddian 
Herbert, son, and Robert Lewin Hunter. 
Page 31.— Frederic Charles Northcote 
Hall, Lieutenant Royal Navy, died at 
Homelea, Crawley, co. Sussex, aged 68, 
on Monday, 2 September 191 2. 

HAMILTON. Vol. II, page 72.— George 
Frederick Hamilton was promoted 
Lieutenant East Kent Regiment 21 
October 191 1. 

HAMILTON. Vol. 16, page 43 — 
Admiral Sir Richard Vesey Hamilton, 
G.C.B., died at The Elms, Chalfont 
St. Peter, co. Buckingham, aged 83, on 
Tuesday, 1 7 September, and was buried 
in the churchyard at Eltham, co. Kent, 
on Monday, 23 September 191 2. Will 
dated 9 November 1903, proved in the 
Principal Registry 18 October 191 2, by 
the Rev. Edmund Horace Fellowes, 
son-in-law. 

Page 44. — William John Rodney 
Hamilton of Ceylon married at Christ 
Church, Woburn Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 14 January 19 14, Elsie 
Kathleen May, younger daughter of 
Alfred Hunt. 

HARINGTON. Vol. 10, page 124.— 
Herbert Septimus Harington died at 
Patiala, Punjab, India, aged 59, on 
Tuesday, 11 November 1913. 

Major Charles Herbert Harington 
married at the parish church, Leigh, 



HARINGTON, continued. 

CO. Essex, on Tuesday, 29 April 1913, 
Ethel Marion, 4th daughter of Henry 
James Delve-Cocks of Leigh. 

HARROWBY. Vol. 12, page 171- — 
Susan Juliana Maria Hamilton, Dowager 
Countess of Harrowby, died at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, aged 74, on Tuesday, 
18 March, and was buried at Sandon, 
CO. Stafford, on Thursday, 20 March 

191 3. 

Page 172.— The Hon'''' Archibald 
Dudley and Eleanor Frederica Ryder 
have further issue a son, Peter Hugh 
Dudley Ryder, born 28 April 1913. 

HART-DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 29.— Mary, 
daughter of the Rev. Richard Hart 
Hart-Davis, was married at St. Mar- 
garet's, Mapledurham, co. Oxford, on 
Tuesday, 10 September 191 2, to the 
Rev. Philip Woodhouse Perceval Han- 
cock (son of the Rev. Frederick 
Hancock, Prebendary of Wells and 
Vicar of Dunster, co. Somerset) ; born 
at Holmer, Torquay, co. Devon, on 
Saturday, 17 November 1877 ; B.A. of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated in 
1896 ; appointed Rector of Kittisford, 
CO. Somerset, 191 1, and Vicar of Nymet 
St. George, co. Devon, 19 14. 

Page 30.— Hugh Vaughan Hart- Davis 
died, aged 30, on Friday, 17 July 

1914. 

Sylvia Charity, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. Richard Hart Hart-Davis, was 
married at Selworthy, co. Somerset, on 
Tuesday, 24 September 191 2, to the 
Rev. Arthur James Hook (son of the 
Rev. Walter Hook, Prebendary of Wells 
and Vicar of Porlock, co. Somerset) ; 
born at Porlock Rectory on Sunday, 
18 February 1877 ; M.A. of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated in 1897 ; 
Curate-in-Charge of St. Thomas', Wells, 
19 1 3, and Vicar of Hambridge, co. 
Somerset, 19 14- 
Page 31.— Henry Vaughan Hart 
Hart-Davis was appointed a Knight of 
Grace of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England 3 
March 1913- 

Page 32.— Sidney Osborne and 
Catherine Casler Hart- Davis have 
further issue a son, Geoffrey Charles 
Hart-Davis, born at Alts-Keith, Lid- 
getton. Natal, South Africa, 15 Septem- 
ber 1905. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



HARVEY. Vol. I, page 6.— The Rev. 
Frederick Mortimer Harvey died at 
Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset, aged 67, 
on Tuesday, 8 October 191 2, and was 
buried there. 

Page 7. — Agnes Ann, widow of 
Edmund Harvey, died at 46 Chester 
Square, London, on Thursday, 19 June 
1913- 

HAWORTH-BOOTH. Vol. 8, page 132. 
Captain Francis Fitzgerald Haworth- 
Booth, R.N., was created C.M.G. 3 June 

1913- 

Digby Clifton and Maude Haworth- 
Booth have further issue a son, Nicolas 
Leonard Haworth-Booth, born at 34 
Hans Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 19 August 19 13, baptised at 
St. Saviour's, Walton Place, Chelsea, 
12 October 19 13. 

HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 3.— James 
Shirley Heathcote married 7 August 
19 1 2, Agnes Ethel, daughter of James 
Hatcher of Brandon, Canada. 

Page 4.— Reginald St. Alban Heath- 
cote married at St. Saviour's, Pimlico, 
London, on Friday, 15 August 19 13, 
Viola, youngest daughter of Osbert 
Salvin, F.R.S. 

The Rev. Francis Cooke Caulfeild 
Heathcote was appointed Archdeacon 
of Columbia 1913. 

Page 5. — Henry Arthur Yvery Heath- 
cote married at Braishfield, co. Hants, 
on Friday, 13 June 19 13, Emmeline 
Nydia, eldest daughter of Josephus 
Taylor of Old Charlton, co. Kent. 

HEBERDEN. Vol. 9, page 59.— Charles 
Buller Heberden was appointed Fellow 
of Winchester College 9 February 19 14. 

HELPS. Vol. 14, page 153. — Thomas 
Helps of Balham, co. Surrey, married 
Ann Frisquett, only surviving child of 
John Plucknett, who was 4th son of the 
Rev. Charles Plucknett of Wincanton, 
CO. Somerset, and Hester Heaven his 
wife, of Lundy Island, not as printed. 

Page 154. — The Rev. Arthur Leonard 
Helps was appointed Rural Dean of 
Whitchurch (Bere-Regis portion) 191 2. 

HENSLEY. Vol. 17, page 57. — Agnes 
Beatrice, widow of Frederick Filleul 
Hensley, was married 2ndly at Melton 
Mowbray, co. Leicester, as his 2nd wife, 
on Thursday, i January 19 14, to 
Clarence William Haig Brown, M.D., 
of 22 Charterhouse Road, Godalming, 



HENSLEY, continued. 

CO. Surrey (son of the Rev. William 
Haig Brown, LL. D., Head Master of 
Charterhouse); M.D. Aberdeen 1885, 
M.B. and CM. (with honours) 1882, 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1881 ; Medical Officer 
Charterhouse School. 

Page 58. — The Rev. Charles Hensley 
was born 9 July 1798 [not 1799]; he 
died, aged 96 years and 8 months [not 
95 years]. 

Page 59. — Joan Margaret, younger 
daughter of John William Hensley, was 
married by special licence at Woodham 
Ferrers, co. Essex, on Wednesday, 1 2 
August 1 914, to Robert Bernard Phayre ; 
born 2 January 1886 ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant unattached 5 August 

1905, of the Indian Army 3 December 

1906, Captain 4th Gurkha Rifles 5 
November 1907. 

Dorothy Maud Filleul, 2nd daughter 
of Frederick Filleul Hensley, was mar- 
ried at St. Mary's, Cairo, Eg)'pt, on 
Friday, 6 March 19 14, to Richard 
Granville Waddy (son of Colonel Richard 
Waddy of Morpeth, New South Wales); 
born in January 1885; B.Sc. Oxon, M.B., 
Ch.M. Sydney ; of the Public Health 
Department, Egypt. 

Page 60. — Sarah Anne, wife of the 
Rev. Augustus De Morgan Hensley, 
died at Redehurst, Godalming, aged 70, 
on Sunday, 24 May, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Farncombe, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 28 May 1914. 

Page 61. — Sir Robert Mitton Hensley 
died at Armidale, 309 Upper Richmond 
Road, Putney, co. Surrey, aged 72, on 
Monday, 5 August, and was buried in 
Putney Vale Cemetery on Thursday, 
8 August 191 2. 

The Rev. Ernest Augustus Hensley 
has been Missionary at Jubbulpore, 
Central Provinces, India, since 1900. 

Page 62. — Edward Hutton and 
Marion Hensley have issue a daughter, 
Margaret, born 17 November 1904, 
baptised at Budock, co. Cornwall ; 
a daughter, Alice, bom 14 March 1907, 
baptised at St. Barnabas', Sutton, co. 
Surrey ; a son, John Hensley, born 28 
February 1910, baptised at St. Bar- 
nabas', Sutton ; and a daughter, Jane 
Blundell, born 4 April 1914, baptised 
at St. Barnabas', Sutton. 

Charles Arthur Edward Hensley was 
appointed Principal of Public School, 
Alexander, Manitoba, Canada, Septem- 
ber 191 1, and of Birtle School, 



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HENSLEY, continued. 

Manitoba, 1913; appointed Lieutenant, 
as Instructor of Cadets in the Manitoban 
Canadian Cadet Corps of tlie Defence 
Forces of the Dominion of Canada 19 14. 

Page 63. — Mary Sophia, daughter of 
the Rev. Charles Hensley, and widow 
of Thomas Hopkins, died at Berk- 
hamsted, co. Hertford, 3 May 191 3. 

Page 64. — The Rev. Egerton John 
Hensley was appointed Rector of 
Marston Bigott with St. Michael-at-Gaer- 
Hill, CO. Somerset, November 1913. 

Page 65. — Mary Amelial, daughter 
of Major-General John Gordon Jervoise, 
R.E., and widow of Charles Carrington 
Hensley, was married 2ndly at St. 
Stephen's, South Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 10 June 1913, to Richard 
Clayton Carew of Ballindud House, 
Waterford : Lieutenant (retired) Royal 
Navy. 

Page 66. — The Rev. Henry Gabriel 
Hensley was appointed Vicar of Taynton, 
CO. O.xford, and Great Barrington, co. 
Gloucester, i g 1 1 . 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 121.— The 

Hon'^'= Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth, 
widow of John Arthur Edward Herbert, 
died at Llanover, co. Monmouth, 
aged 88, on Sunday, 3 November, and 
was buried at Llanover on Thursday, 
7 November 1912. Will dated 23 April 
191 2, proved in the Principal Registry 
24 December 1912, by the Hon''''= 
Henrietta Maria Arianwen Maxwell, 
daughter, and Colonel Edward Bleiddian 
Herbert, son, and Robert Lewin Hunter. 

Page 123. — Colonel Edmund Arthur 
Herbert, M.V.O., was appointed Brigade- 
Commander, Welsh Border Mounted 
Brigade, Western Command, 4 April 1 9 1 2. 

Page 124. — Joseph Monteith died at 
North Berwick on Tuesday, 10 October, 
and was buried at St. Mary's, Lanark, 
on Saturday, 14 October 191 1. 

HEXT. Vol. I, page 204. — Lilian Mary, 
wife of Rear-Admiral Sir John He.xt, 
died at Nice, France, on Monday, 
4 September 1893. He was created 
K.C.LE. 22 June 1897, and Rear- 
Admiral 10 May 1897, married 2ndly 
at Edinburgh 2 .\ugU3t 1902, Jean, 
younger daughter of the Rev. VVilliam 
Davidson, D.D., of Largo, co. Fife ; she 
died at St. Benets, Newton Abbot, co. 
Devon, on Thursday, 12 June, and was 
buried at Wolborough, co. Devon, on 
Saturday, 14 June 1913. 



HEXT, conti?iued. 

Page 205. — Charles Wilfred Hextwas 
promoted Captain Indian Army 18 
August 191 1. 

Edward Hewlett Hext died at Stan- 
more, CO. Middlesex, aged 26, on 
Wednesday, 10 September, and was 
buried at Barnstaple, co. Devon, on 
Saturday, 13 September 19 13. 
HIND. Vol. 16, page 48.— John Herbert 
Hind was promoted Captain 13th 
Hussars 25 September 1912. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I, page 184.— Dora 
1 )ennis, 4th daughter of Charles Dennis 
Hoblyn, was married at the Church of 
Our Lady, Grove Road, St. John's 
Wood, London, 20 July 1914, to 
Harford Thornhill Worlock, eldest son 
of Thomas Worlock of Clifton Hill, 
St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex. 

Charles William Thornton Hoblyn 
married 25 November 19 13, Mabelle 
Shire of Havering, Durban, South Africa. 

HODSOLL. Vol. II, page 53 {and 
Adde?ida, Vol. 16, page xxvi.) — Arthur 
Maxfield Pollock and Millicent Mary 
Hodsoll have further issue a daughter, 
Mary Prudence, born at 3 Devonport 
Street, Hyde Park, London, on Thurs- 
day, 22 August, baptised at St. John's, 
South wick Crescent, Paddington, London, 
9 October 1912. 

HOLROYD. Vol. 12, page 21. — John 
Michael Holroyd was gazetted 2nd 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Hampshire 
Regiment 15 August 1914. 

HOOKE. Page 118 of present volume. — 
Harry Saunders Hooke and Evelyn 
Maude his wife, eldest daughter of 
William Badger of Brisbane, Queens- 
land, Australia, by Eleanor Dora his 
wife, youngest daughter of Captain 
W. H. Brown of Douglas, Isle of Man, 
were married at the Methodist Church, 
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, 5 [not 15] 
March 19 10. Their elder son, Trevor 
Jack William \jtot John] Hooke, was 
buried at Toowong, Brisbane ; their 
younger son, Cecil Thomas \_not Thomas 
Cecil] Symes Hooke, was born 3 No- 
vember 191 3 {not 191 2], and baptised 
at Melbourne, Victoria. 

HOVENDEN. Vol. 15, page 16S.— 
Maurice Hovenden married at Christ 
Church, Forest Hill, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 5 August 191 4, Frances 
Margaret, daughter of George Hook 
Rodman of Sheen Gate House, East 
Sheen, co. Surrey, M.D. 



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HOVENDEN, continued. 

Page 169. — Charles and Mary Louisa 
Adelaide Hovenden have further issue 
a son, Rex, born at Nuremburg, Croham 
Road, South Croydon, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 22 June 191 1, baptised at 
St. Matthew's, Croydon, 18 May 1912. 

Page 170. — • Ernest Churcher 
Hovenden married at the parish 
church, Croydon, on Tuesday, 15 April 
191 3, Ethel Beatrix, only daughter of 
Ashwell Henry Stableforth, by Anne 
Sisson his wife. 

Page 172. — Charlotte Hetty, 3rd 
daughter of Charles William Hovenden, 
was married at St. Leonard's, Streatham, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 11 April 19 12, 
to George Arthur Goodchild (4th son of 
Thomas Goodchild of Great Yeldham 
Hall, CO. Essex, J. P.); bom 18 Decem- 
ber 1889. 

Catherine Amy, youngest daughter 
of Charles William Hovenden, was 
married at St. Leonard's, Streatham, 
on Tuesday, 27 January 19 14, to 
Charles William Longley (eldest son of 
Oliver Longley of Beckenham and 
Cran brook, co. Kent); born 25 May 
1894. 

Ada Mary, youngest daughter of 
Albert Hovenden, was married at 
St. Peter's, Croydon, on Tuesday, 14 
July 1914, to Raymond Francis Alfred 
Riesco, eldest son of J. S. M. L. Riesco 
of South Norwood, co. Surrey. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 92.— Violet 
Mary Barnard, wife of Colonel Henry 
Richard Lloyd Howard, C.B., died at 
Wygfair, St. Asaph, co. Denbigh, on 
Wednesday, 1 5 January, and was buried 
at Cefh, CO. Denbigh, on Saturday, 
18 January 19 13. 

Henry Cecil Lloyd Howard was 
appointed General Staff Officer, 3rd 
Grade, War Office, 16 April 1913. He 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 2 January 191 2, 
Irene Frances Nora, elder daughter of 
Colonel the Hon'=''= George Hugh Gough 
C. B. (^see Pedigree of Gough, Vol. ij, 
page ijo), by Hilda Eva his wife, 
youngest daughter of George Moffatt of 
Goodrich Court, co. Hereford, NLP. ; 
born at St. Helen's, Booterstown, co. 
Dublin, on Wednesday, 25 February 
1885. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 186.— George 
Francis Howard died, aged 73, on 
Friday, i August 19 13. 



HOWARD, continued. 

Page 188.— William Gilbert Howard, 
who was promoted Commander Royal 
Navy 1 91 2, married at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, on Thursday, 
19 December 19 12, the Hon*"'" Agnes 
Caroline Sophia (Parnell), only daughter 
of Henry, 4th Baron Congleton, C.B. ; 
born 23 February 1889. 

Ronald Howard, who was promoted 
Commander Royal Navy 1913, married 
at St. Mellion, co. Cornwall, on Wed- 
nesday, 22 January 1913, Ruth Evelyn, 
eldest daughter of William Coryton of 
Pentillie Castle, St. Mellion, by Evelyn 
Annie his wife, 2nd daughter of Admiral 
George Parker of Delamore, co. Devon; 
born 1 1 May i8gi. 

HOWARD. Vol. 12, page 125.— Ellen 
Clara, widow of Joseph Jackson Howard, 
LL.D., died at Atherstone, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 27 
March 191 2. 

HOWE. Vol. I, page 288.— Henry Gam- 
bier Howe married 2ndly at St. Botolph 
Without, Bishopsgate, London, on 
Saturday, 15 November 1913, Charlotte 
Abigail, 2nd daughter of William Wallis 
of Fulham, co. Middlesex. 

Page 288 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxvii.) — Major Francis Herbert 
and Lilian Agnes Spencer Howe have 
issue twin daughters, Mariana Harriet 
Gambier and Leonora Elizabeth Gambler, 
born at 19 Manchester Street, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Friday, 8 November 
191 2; Mariana Harriet Gambier bap- 
tised there privately on Sunday, 10 No- 
vember, and died there, on Tuesday, 12 
November 191 2 ; Leonora Elizabeth 
Gambier baptised there privately on 
Sunday, i December 191 2. 

HUNT. Vol. II, page 107. — Joseph Hunt 
died at The Pynes, Canterbury, co. 
Kent, aged 86, on Wednesday, 1 1 
March, and was buried at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury, 13 March 19 14. Will 
dated i January 1913, proved in the 
District Registry, Canterbury, 11 April 
1 914, by Georgiana Hunt, relict, 
Wright Hunt, son, and Lyndon Bolton, 
son-in-law. 

JACKSON. Vol. II, page 138.— Edward 
Macdonald Gaunter Jackson died at 
Stourbridge, co. Worcester, i6 February 
191 4, and was buried there. 



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JACKSON, continued. 

Page 139 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxii.) — Donald Frederick and 
Mary Elizabeth May Jackson have 
issue a son, Frederick Arthur Gaunter 
Jackson, born at The Beeches, Avenue 
Road, King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, on 
Monday, 13 January, baptised at 
St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, on Satur- 
day, 22 March 1913. 

JAMES. Vol. I, page 266. — Frank 
James was appointed and Lieutenant 
Indian Army 29 October 1905, pro- 
moted Lieutenant 13 November 1906, 
and Captain 13 August 19 13. 

Page 268. — The Kev. Edward James, 
Rector of Peakirk, co. Northampton, 
1865-1912, and Hon. Canon Peter- 
borough Cathedral, died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 85, on 'J'uesday, 25 
February 191 3. 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 53.— 
George Edwards Jeaffreson, M.R.C.S., 
died at Framlinghani, co. Suffolk, 17 
August, and was buried there 1 9 August 
191 1. VVill dated 3 February 1897, 
with codicil dated 29 January 1908, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1374, igii) 22 Sep- 
tember 191 1, by Helen Ann Jeaffreson, 
and George Cordy Jeaffreson, Surgeon. 

Horace Jeaffreson, M.D., died at the 
Red House, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 
aged 75, on Wednesday, 14 February, 
and was buried in Wandsworth Ceme- 
tery on Saturday, 17 February 191 2. 
Will dated 29 July 1910, proved in the 
Principal Registry 20 March 1912, by 
W. J. King, Gordon Johnson and 
Tucker Fulton Squarey. 

JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171. — Lancelot 
Ambrose Scudamore Jermyn married at 
St. Margaret's, Oxford, on Tuesday, 30 
June 1914, Agnes, daughter of George 
Abbott of Sheen Croft, Blewbury, co. 
Berks. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— The Rev. 
Robert Johnson died at Mildenhall, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 81, 14 July 1912. 

The Rev. Percy James Debenham 
Johnson was appointed Chaplain at 
Fyzabad, Oudh, India, 1912. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 19 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 13, page xv.) — Robert 
Vaughan and Christina Johnson have 
further issue a daughter, Christina 
Frances, born at Wimseye.s, Banstead, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 13 June, baptised 
at Banstead 13 July 1913. 



JONES. Vol. II, page 83. — Major- 
General Inigo Richmund Jones died 
at 10 South Audley Street, London, 
aged 65, on Monday, 20 July, and was 
buried at Kelston, co. Somerset, on 
Friday, 24 July 1914. 

Henry Richmund Inigo Jones entered 
the Scots Guards as 2nd Lieutenant 
6 February 191 2, and was promoted 
Lieutenant 3 May 19 13. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 65. — Priscilla, 
eldest daughter of Henry Joslin of 
Hoppey Hall, Upminster, co. Essex, 
died, aged 76, on Wednesday, 9 July, 
and was buried at Upminster on 
Monday, 14 July 1913. 

Page 66 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxviii.) — John Henry and Mary 
Ruth Joslin have further issue a son, 
Clement Vellacott Joslin, born at 
Ingrebourne House, Hornchurch, co. 
Essex, on Saturday, 8 June 191 2, 
baptised there 3 February 191 3. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 56.— Kenneth 
Bright Joynson was promoted Captain 
15th Bengal Lancers 9 January 19 13. 

KEN RICK. Vol. s, page 126.— 
Margaret, 5th daughter of Jarvis 
Kenrick, was married at Blechingley, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 9 November 
191 1, to Arthur Trentham Maw 
(youngest son of Charles Maw of 
Holmesdale, Nutfield, co. Surrey) ; born 
25 December 1878. 

KENRICK. Vol. 13, page 62.— George 
Edmund Reginald Kenrick was 
appointed Brigade Major Hampshire 
Infantry Brigade, Southern Command, 
25 August 1913. 

Page 63. — Evelyn Mary, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Charles William 
Herbert Kenrick, was married at 
St. Thomas', Portman Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 17 April 191 2, to 
Reginald Charles Wrey (youngest son 
of Sir Henry Bourchier Toke Wrey 
of Tavvstock Court, Barnstaple, co. 
Devon, by the Hon''''= Marianne 
Sarah (Sherard) his wife, only child 
of Philip Castel, 9th Lord Sherard) ; 
born 17 June 1876; 2nd Lieutenant 
Devonshire Regiment 14 September 
1 90 1, Lieutenant 19 April 1904, 
Captain 3 January 1913 ; served in 
South African War 1900-1902 (Queen's 
medal with three clasps. King's medal 
with two clasps). 



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KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 5.— 
Elizabeth, widow of Philip Elliott 
Kitchener, died at 40 Manchester 
Road, Bury, co. Lancaster, aged 83, 
on Wednesday, 15 November 191 1, 
and was buried at Ijuiy. Will dated 
28 September 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1840, 191 1) 13 December igii, by 
Jane Penelope Kitchener, spinster, 
daughter, and Elliott Kitchener, son. 

Page 6. — Field-Marshal, Viscount 
Kitchener, was created Baron Denton 
of Denton, co. Kent, Viscount Broome of 
Broome, co. Kent, and Earl Kitchener 
of Khartoum and of Broome, all in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom, 22 
June 1914; appointed Secretary of State 
for War 6 August 19 14. 

Page 7. — Lieut. -General Sir Frederick 
Walter Kitchener, K.C.B., died at 
Bermuda, aged 53, on Wednesday, 
6 March 1912. 

KNAPTON. Vol. 4, page 16. — Odber 
Augustus Knapton entered the Royal 
Warwickshire Regiment as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 22 January 1913, and was 
promoted Lieutenant 1 7 October 
following. 

KNIGHT. Vol. 17, page 32. — Gregory 
Morgan Knight was appointed Adjutant 
Special Reserve 26 January 191 1. 

KNILL. Vol. 17, page 25. — John Stuart 
and Lucy Knill ha\e issue a son, John 
Kenelm Stuart Knill, born at 11 Wemyss 
Road, Blackheath, co. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 8 April, baptised at Blackheath 
13 April 1913. 

LAMBERT. Vol. 17, page 11.— The 
Rev. Charles Edmund Lambert was 
appointed Principal of the Clergy 
Training School, Cambridge, 191 1. 

Page 12. — Colonel Frederick Arthur 
Heygate Lambert was appointed a 
Member of the Standing Joint Com- 
mittee of the Surrey County Council 
1914. 

Page 14.— The Hon"' Stephen Ogle 
Henn Collins was appointed a Revising 
Barrister for the Colchester District 
1911. 

LANDON. Vol II, page 124 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page xvi.) — Cecil 
Westmore and Elizabeth Mary Landon 
have further issue a son, Michael Foster 
Landon, born at Brantwood, West 
Byfleet, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 30 
April, baptised at Byfleet 19 July 19 14. 



LANDON, continued. 

Page 125. — Edward Landon.M.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1879, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1879, 
Surgeon-Captain Army Medical Service 
1880-90, died at 169 High Street, 
Homerton, co. Middlesex, aged 58, on 
Sunday, 7 December, and was buried 
in Abney Park Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 13 December 19 13. 

Page 127. — Phyllis Mary, younger 
daughter of Colonel Frank Landon 
(V.D.), D.L., was married at Brentwood, 
CO. Essex, on Wednesday, 21 August 
191 2, to Rubens Wade of Bedale, co. 
York, and of The Grange, Windermere, 
CO. Westmorland (son of Thomas Wade 
of Windermere) ; born 1 5 February 
1880; of Christ's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1898, B.A. 1901; M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1906. 

LANGMAN. Vol. 6, page 25.— Joseph 
Langman died at Provost Lodge, South 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, aged 74, on 
Friday, 13 February, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Hampstead on Tuesday, 
17 February 19 14, after service at St. 
Saviour's, South Hampstead. 

Page 26 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xviii.) — Archibald Lawrence and 
Eleanor Katherine Langman have 
further issue a son, John Lyell Langman, 
born at Clayquhat, Blairgowrie, co. 
Perth, on Monday, 9 September 1912. 

LAW. Vol. 7, page 62. — Walter Henry 
Patrick Law was appointed D.A.A. 
and Q.M.G. South Midland Division, 
Southern Command, 26 February 1913. 

Page 64. — William Arthur Law died 
at the Homestead, Parkstone, co. Dorset, 
aged 69, on Wednesday, 2 April, and 
was buried at Parkstone on Monday, 
7 April 19 1 3. Will dated 2 August 
1895, proved in the Principal Registry 
29 April 19 1 3, by Fanny Law. 

Page 64 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xviii.) — Hamilton Patrick John 
Holland and Frances Dora Law have 
further issue a daughter. Cicely Rose 
Eveline, born at Derrymore, Parkstone, 
on Sunday, 7 July, baptised at 
Hardham, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 3 
September 191 2. 

LAWRENCE. Vol. 6, page So.— Sir 
Edwin Durning-Lawrence, Baronet, died 
at 13 Carlton House Terrace, London, 
aged 77, on Tuesday, 21 April, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 25 .^pril 1914. 



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LAWRENCE, continued. 

Will dated 23 July 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry in July 19 14, by 
Dame Edith Jane Durning Lawrence, 
Henry Sharpe and Henry John Evelegh. 

LEE. Vol. 2, page 64. — Gordon Ambrose 
de Lisle and Mary Rose Aloysia Char- 
lotte Lee celebrated their silver wedding 
8 August 191 3. 

LEES. Vol. 4, page 151. — Dorothy, widow 
of Lieut.-Colonel Edward Brown Lees, 
died at Thurland Castle, co. Lancaster, 
aged 66, on Saturday, 20 January, and 
was buried at Tunstall, co. Lancaster, 
on Wednesday, 24 January 1912. 

Page 154. — Frida Mary, elder daugh- 
ter of Frederick Lees, was married at 
Holy Trinity, Ashford, co. Derby, on 
Thursday, 4 September 19 13, to John 
Hugh Lovett Poe (only son of James 
Hill Poe of Riverston, Nenagh, co. 
Tipperary, Captain 94th Foot, J. P., 
D.L.) ; born 22 November 1878; 2nd 
Lieutenant West India Regiment 20 
May 1899, Lieutenant 26 July 1900, 
Captain 31 October 1913 ; Garrison 
Adjutant, Jamaica, 1903-1905 ; em- 
ployed with West African Frontier Force 
7 September 1907 to 13 July 1912. 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 156 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xviii.) — -The 
Hon''''= Richard and Doreen Coke have 
further issue a daughter, Moira, born at 
The Pryors, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 24 August 19 11. 

Page 157. — The Hon'='"= Lovel William 
Coke entered the Royal Navy as Mid- 
shipman October 19 10, promoted 
Sub-Lieutenant 191 3. 

Page 158 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page XXX.) — Reginald Grey and Galia 
Coke have further issue a daughter, 
Stella, born in December 19 10; and a 
son, Henry Coke, born 12 August 191 2. 

Page 160. — Henry, Baron Helper, 
P.C., died at Kingston Hall, near 
Derby, on Sunday, 26 July, and was 
buried on Thursday, 30 July 19 14. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol i, page 21. 
Emily Katherine Mary, widow of the 
Rev. James Haldane Stewart, and eldest 
daughter of William Leveson Gower, 
died at White Hart Lodge, Limpsfield, 
CO. Surrey, aged 77, on Wednesday, 
6 November, and was buried at Limps- 
field on Saturday, 9 November 19 12. 



LEVESON GOWER, continued. 

Page 23. — The Rev. Frederick 
Archibald Gresham Leveson Gower 
was appointed Rector of Singleton, co. 
Sussex, II August 191 3. 

Page 25. — Osbert Charles Gresham 
Leveson Gower was promoted Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 1 9 1 1 . 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 33.— 
Charlotte Lydia Agnes, elder daughter 
of Isaac William Lillingston, died at 
82 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, on 
Tuesday, 15 July 1913, and was buried 
in the Grange Cemetery, Edinburgh, 
18 July 1913. Will dated 23 April 

1 91 2, proved at Edinburgh 13 August 

19 13, by Claude Arthur Monypenny 
Lillingston, cousin, and Captain Francis 
Joseph Pitt, C.B., R.N. 

Page 36. — William George Lillingston, 
formerly Captain Royal Irish Rifles, 
died at Ulverscroft, co. Leicester, on 
Saturday, 29 August, and was buried at 
Copt Oak, CO. Leicester, on Tuesday, 

I September 19 14. 

Page 37. — Fanny Maria, widow of 
Commander Neale Dottin Fonnereau 
Lillingston, R.N., died at 3 The Colony, 
Burnham, co. Somerset, on Sundaj', 
8 October, and was buried at Burnham 

II October 191 1. Will dated 8 No- 
vember 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 1684, 
191 1) 17 November 1911, by the Rev. 
Cecil George Campbell Lillingston, 
nephew, and Alexander Theodore Brown. 

Page 40. — The Rev. Arthur Black- 
well Goulburn Lillingston was appointed 
Canon and Prebendary of Strensall in 
York Cathedral i October 19 13, and 
instituted Vicar of St. John's, Padding- 
ton, London, 7 March 19 14, and Canon 
of Durham July 1914. 

Constance Muriel, only daughter of 
the Rev. Canon Arthur Blackwell 
Goulburn Lillingston, died at Arniston, 
Chiswick, co. Middlesex, aged 12, on 
Thursday, 2 January, and was buried 
in Brompton Cemetery, London, on 
Mondaj', 6 January 1913. 

LINDSAY. Vol. 4, page 105 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxx.) — 
Francis Howard and Helen Margaret 
Lindsay have further issue a son, David 
Lindsay, born at 7 Emperor's Gate, 
South Kensington, London, 24 March, 
baptised at St. Stephen's, South Ken- 
sington, 27 April, died 16 June following, 
and was buried in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 18 June 1914. 



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LINDSAY, continued. 

Page 1 06. — George Humphrey 
Maurice Lindsay was promoted Lieu- 
tenant King's Own Scottish Borderers 
I October 191 1. 

LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 86.— The Rev. 
Thomas Gurney Little married at St. 
Stephen's, Gloucester Road, South 
Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 
27 November 191 2, Ulrica, elder 
daughter of Frank Schneider of 32 
Queen's Gate Terrace, South Kensington, 
London. 

Page 89. — The Rev. George Caruthers 
Little, Rector of Christ Church, Heaton 
Norris, co. Lancaster, died there, aged 
53, on Tuesday, 7 November, and was 
buried there on Friday, 10 November 
1911. Will dated 16 June 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1843, 191 1) 12 December 
191 1, by Lieut.-Colonel John Caruthers 
Caruthers-Little, the brother. 

Heather Kathleen, younger daughter 
of Francis Ernest Little, was married 
at St. Michael's, Teignmouth, co. 
Devon, on Thursday, 2 October 191 3, 
to George Drury Rudkin, 3rd son of 
G. M. A. Rudkin, of the Indian Civil 
Service. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. t, page 238.— 
Henry Ambrose Pudsay Littledale was 
appointed Adjutant Territorial Force 
4 October 1913. 

Addenda, Vol. 4, page iv. — Willoughby 
John Littledale, son of Willoughby 
Aston Littledale, was educated at Eton 
and is now of Trinity College, 0.xford. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. 13, page 55.— 
Mary, widow of John Bolton Littledale, 
died at Higginsfield, Cholmondeley, 
Malpas, CO. Chester, on Friday, 9 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried at Hartford, co. 
Chester, on Tuesday, 13 February 19 12. 

LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6, page 154 {and 
Addenda., Vol. 16, page xxxi.) — \Villiam 
Herbert Clydwyn and Dorothy Louisa 
Llewellyn have issue three sons, William 
Robert George Llewellyn, born at 
Court Colman, Bridgend, co. Glamorgan, 
3 August, baptised at Penyfai, co. 
Glamorgan, 7 September 1910; David 
Reginald Llewellyn, born at Nythfa, 
Brecon, 16 August, baptised at The 
Priory, Brecon, 7 October 191 2; and 
Francis Carwitheii Llewellyn, born at 
Court Colman, Bridgend, on Wednesday, 
3 June, baptised at Penyfai 7 July 19 14. 



LLEWELLYN, continued. 

Page 154 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxiv.) — Griffith Robert Poyntz 
and Emily Constance Llewellyn have 
issue a son, Griffith Owen Llewellyn, 
born at Baglan, co. Glamorgan, on 
Thursday, 8 February 191 2, baptised 
there. 

LLOYD. Vol. 10, page 100. — Rosamond 
Angharad, only child of Edward Lloyd 
of Tynrhyl, co. Flint, and widow of 
Edward Seymour Greaves (who died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 2 December igio), 
was married at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London, 19 October 191 1, to 
Lord Henry George Grosvenor of 
Hillingdon Grove, Uxbridge, co. Middle- 
sex (3rd son of Hugh Lupus, ist Duke 
of Westminster); born 23 June 1861 ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 May 1880; 
formerly Assistant Private Secretary to 
First Lord of the Treasury (Rt. Hon'''= 
William Henry Smith). He married 
istly, Dora Mina Kittina, daughter of 
James Hay Erskine Wemyss, M.P. 

LOCKET. Vol. 8, page 20. — Mary Anne, 
2nd daughter of George Locket of 
Acton House, Camden Town, co. 
Middlesex, died at Willow Road, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 
17 February 1908, and was buried in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 

Sophia, 4th daughter of George 
Locket of Acton House, Camden Town, 
died at Willow Road, Hampstead, 
aged 76, on Saturday, 20 April, and 
was buried in Highgate Cemetery on 
Wednesday, 24 April 1901. 

Emma, 5th daughter of George Locket 
of Acton House, Camden Town, died at 
16 Willow Road, Hampstead, aged 85, 
on Monday, 2 October, and was buried 
in Highgate Cemetery on Thursday, 
5 October 1 9 1 1 . 

Page 21. — Frank and Margaret Alice 
Cookman Locket have further issue a 
son, Frank Barton Locket, born at 
Brooklyn, Horley, co. Surrey, on Sun- 
day, 7 July, baptised at Outwood, co. 
Surrey, 8 August 1907 ; and a daughter, 
Gwendolen Rosemary Winifred, born at 
Brooklyn, Horley, on Sunday, 5 April, 
baptised at Salfords 30 April 191 4. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ly, page xxiv.) — George 
Gordon and Helen Johnson Lockett 
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LOCKETT, continued. 

born at tlie Rivacre, Hooton, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, ii November 19 13, baptised 
at Hooton 22 January 1914. 

Page 109. — Cashie Jeanetta, only 
daughter of Charles Harrison Lockett, 
was married at St. Mary's, Eastham, co. 
Chester, 23 February 1914, to Evelyn 
John Hansler Luxmoore ; born i July 
1879; Surgeon-Captain Army Medical 
Corps 30 January 1908, of the 2nd Life 
Guards 27 September 1911. 

Page no {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page XX.) — Richard Cyril and Beatrice 
Lockett have further issue a daughter. 
Sheila Beatrice, born at Clonterbrook, 
Aigburth, Liverpool, on Thursday, 
9 October, baptised at Christ Church, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, ig December 
1 91 3. Richard Cyril Lockett was 
appointed J. P. for the City of Liverpool 
26 May 19 10. 

Page no (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page .T.r.)— John and Grimanesa Lockett 
have further issue a daughter, Grimanesa, 
born at Iquique, Chili, 13 January 1913. 
The Christian names of their 2nd 
daughter should read Teresa Sybil \not 
Teresa Grimanesa] as printed in 
Addenda, Vol. 17, page xxiv. 

Page 1 1 o {atid Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page xxiv.) — Garstang Bradstock and 
Hilda Lockett have issue a son. Brad- 
stock Juan Edvart Lockett, born at 
Iquique 30 March 191 2. 

Page no. — Elizabeth Sybil, younger 
daughter of Richard Robertson Lockett, 
was married at Christ Church, Sefton 
Park, Liverpool, on Wednesday, 10 
January 191 2, to Samuel Emile Harvey 
(elder surviving son of Sir Robert Harvey 
of Dundridge, co. Devon, D.L.); born 
7 December 1885 ; 2nd Lieutenant ist 
Dragoon Guards 29 November 1905, 
Lieutenant 24 October 1906, Captain 
1914. 

LOCKETT. Vol. n, page 90. — The 
Rev. Arthur George Lockett was 
appointed Curate of Wetherby, West 
Riding, co. York, 31 March 19 13. 

LOCOCK. Vol. 9, page 156.— Edward 
Ainslie Locock married 2ndlyin London 
28 December ign, Helen Christine, 
daughter of Augustus William Le Cren 
of Streatham, co. Surrey. They have 
issue a son. Jack Sidney Herbert 
Locock, born 10 May 191 2, baptised at 
Rusthall, CO. Kent. 



LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 71.— Tom 
George Longstaff, M.D., married at 
Sway, CO. Hants, on Thursday, 28 
December 191 1, Dora Mary Hamilton, 
3rd daughter of Bernard Scott of Kettle- 
thorns, Sway, and of Bournemouth, co. 
Hants. They have issue two daughters, 
Diana Longstaff, born at Ridgelands, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
18 September, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon, 23 October 1912 ; and 
Sylvia Mary, born at Burley, New 
Forest, co. Hants, on Monday, 15 Sep- 
tember, baptised at Sway 6 November 

1913- 
Page 72. — Ralph Longstaff who was 
promoted Captain Royal Field Artillery 
27 July 1910, married at St. Mark's, 
Bexhill, CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 1 1 
February 191 3, Edytha Margaret, 3rd 
daughter of Albert Goodwin of EUerslie 
Lane, Bexhill, Fellow of the Royal Water 
Colour Society. They have issue a 
daughter, Evangeline Desborough, born 
at Hillfield, Crawley Hill, Camberley, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 27 November 
191 3, baptised at St. Mark's, Bexhill, 
CO. Sussex, 2 January 19 14. 

LUKIN. Vol. 3, page 46. — Anna, daugh- 
ter of James William Lukin, and wife 
of the Rev. Edward Banks, died at 
Ibsley, CO. Hants, 3 December, and 
was buried at Hyde, co. Hants, 8 
December 1913. 

Page 47. — Emily, daughter of James 
William Lukin, and widow of William 
Anthony Lukin, died at Stratford Lodge, 
Torquay, co. Devon, 22 February, and 
was buried at St. Marychurch, co. Devon, 
28 February 19 13- Will dated 14 Oc- 
tober 1904, proved at the Principal 
Registry 14 May 19 13, by Edward 
James Hugo Banks and Thomas Stone 
MacGuiness Winderthorp. 

Augustus Stephen Lukin died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 8 November, 
and was buried there 13 November 
1910. Will proved (Prin. Reg., 1723, 
10) 28 December 19 10, by the Public 
Trustee. 

Charles James Augustus and Angio- 
lina Henrietta Louisa Mary Lukin have 
further issue a daughter, Mary Angela, 
born at San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A., 
in November 1902. Their elder 
daughter, Dora Kathleen, was married 
at St. Mark's, San Antonio, 2 January 
1913, to Henry Drought of San 
Antonio. 



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LUKIN, continued. 

Page 47. —James William Robert 
Geoffrey Lukin married in Canada, 
Emily Doe of Rettendon, co. Essex. 
They have had issue William, Frederick, 
Marie Edith (married in 1913 to Hector 
Antony of Plumer, Canada), Anna, 
Charles, Emmeline and Geoffrey. 

Page 48. — Emily Beatrice, 2nd 
daughter of the Rev. William Hugo 
Lukin, died at Battle, co. Sussex, 18 
April, and was buried there 23 April 
1910. Will proved (Prin. Reg., 907, 
10) by Gertrude Rosamund Ethel John 
Goodacre. 

Rev. Tom Ainsworth Erode, Vicar 
from 1901 of St. John's, Micklegate,York, 
died at 5 The Crescent, York, 3 May 191 1. 

Blanche Lilian Hugo, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. William Hugo 
Lukin, was married at Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Australia, 3 July 1901, to James 
Sibley Whittem of Melbourne. 

LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 35. — Elizabeth 
Doughty, daughter of Robert Lukin, 
and widow of Admiral Sir George 
Greville Wellesley, G.C.B., died 9 Jan- 
uar)', and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 14 January 1906. 

Emily, widow of William Anthony 
Lukin, and daughter of James William 
Lukin, died at Stratford Lodge, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 22 February, and was buried 
at St. Marychurch 28 February 191 3. 
Will dated 14 October 1904, proved at 
the Principal Registry 14 May 191 3, by 
Edward James Hugo Banks and Thomas 
Stone MacGuinness Winderthorp. 

Page 36. — Emily Charlotte, widow of 
Major-General Charles Osbaldeston 
Lukin, died 8 April, and was buried at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 13 April 
1906. Will proved (Prin. Reg., 671, 
1906) 10 May 1906, by Charles Edward 
Luard Freeling. 

Major Robert Clarence Wellesley 
Lukin was appointed D..\.A.G., India, 
25 March 19 13. 

Page 39. — Elizabeth Hay, widow of 
Colonel Frederick Windham Lukin, died 
20 November 1906. Will proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1631, 1906) 14 December 1906. 

MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 92.— The 
Rev. Henry Danvers Macnamara died 
at the Rectory, Queenhithe, London, 
on Friday, 3 July, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Brookwood, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 7 July 19 14, after service 
at St. James', Garlick Hill, London. 



MACNAMARA, continued. 

Page 92. — The Rev. Arthur Macna- 
mara, Associate King's College, London, 
was appointed Assistant Master at 
Forest School, Walthamstow, co. Essex, 
1909 ; Licenced Preacher in the diocese 
of St. Albans 1910. 

MADDISON. Vol. 5, page 152.— The 
Rev. Canon Arthur Roland Maddison 
died at Vicar's Court, Lincoln, aged 68, 
on Wednesday, 24 July 191 2. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 30.— The Rev. 
William Humberstone Maddock who 
was educated at St. Aidan's College, was 
appointed Curate of Christ Church, 
Somers Town, co. Middlesex, 18 May 

1913- 
Page 31. — Mary Wall, widow of the 
Rev. William Herbert Maddock, and 
2nd daughter of Reginald Brook 
Boddington (see Pedigree of Boddington, 
Vol. I, page 125); died at Berchtesgaden, 
Bavaria, aged 72, on Sunday, i Septem- 
ber 19 1 2. 

MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 32.— Robert 
Lindley Maitland died at Port Said on 
Sunday, 31 March 191 2. 

MANT. Vol. I, page 194. — Georgina 
Emily, elder daughter of George French 
Mant, died at Storrington, co. Sussex, 
9 July, and was buried there 12 July 
191 2. Will dated 25 July 1910, proved 
at Chichester 17 August 191 2. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 32.— -Rosa, 
widow of Charles Markham, died at 

8 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, London, 
aged 70, on Saturday, 20 April, and was 
buried in the private mausoleum attached 
to Tapton House, Chesterfield, co. 
Derby, on Tuesday, 23 April 19 12, 
after service at the parish church, 
Chesterfield. 

Page 32 [and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page ix.) — Sir Arthur Basil and Lucy 
Bertram Markham have further issue a 
son, .\rthur Markham, born at Beach- 
borough Park, Shomcliffe, co. Kent, on 
Saturda)', 21 October 191 1. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 15, page 97.— Julia 
Elizabeth, only daughter of the Rev. 
Edward Marshall, died at the Acland 
Home, Oxford, aged 65, on Thursday, 

9 Januar)-, and was buried in St. 
Sepulchre's Cemeter)-, Oxford, 13 Jan- 
uary 1913. Will dated 28 May 19 10, 



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MARSHALL, continued. 

proved in the Oxford District Registry 
30 January 1913, by Edward Ralph 
Marshall, nephew, and Francis Eden 
Marshall, cousin. 

Page 98 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxxii.) — Edward Ralph and Mar- 
garet Ursula Marshall have issue a 
daughter, Margaret, born at 7 Murray 
Road, Rugby, co. Warwick, 26 October, 
baptised at Holy Trinity, Rugby, 
7 December 191 2. 

Page 99. — Grace Eleanor, elder 
daughter of Arent de Peyster Chance 
{see Vol. J, page 70), and widow of 
Jenner Guest Marshall, was married 
2ndly at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Thursday, 11 June 19 14, 
to the Rev. George Temple Miller ; 
of Queens' College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1888, B.A. 
1 89 1, M.A. 1900; Priest-in-Charge of 
Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa, 
1 902- 1 908, Rector of Teffont Ewyas, 
CO. Wilts, 19 14. 

MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 61 {and Addenda, 
Vol. /J, page xxi.) — Edward Ralph 
and Gwladus Tydfil Marten have 
further issue a daughter, Dilys Margaret 
Priestley, born at Heustaff Court, 
Pontyclun, co. Glamorgan, on Thursday, 
7 March 1912, baptised at St. David's, 
Croe.x Fane. 

Page 62. — The Rev. George Henry 
Marten was appointed Vicar of St. 
Mark's, Woodcote, co. Surrey, 28 No- 
vember 19 1 3. 

Page 63. — Edward Bindon Marten 
died at Pedmore, co. Worcester, aged 
82, on Monday, 8 June, and was buried 
at Pedmore on Thursday, 11 June 1914. 

MASON. Vol. 15, page 134.— Oswald 
Hugh Mason married at St. Augustine's, 
Dovercourt, co. Essex, 3 January 191 2, 
Olive Jane, widow of Thomas Henry 
Maw of Needham Market, co. Suffolk, 
and daughter of John Paterson of the 
Bank House, Harwich, co. Essex. They 
have issue a son, Ian Godson Mason, 
born at Fairfield, Northwood, co. Middle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 15 January, baptised 
at Holy Trinity, Northwood, 24 February 

1913- 
Page 135. — Wilfrid Howard Mason 
married at St. Andrew's, Quatre Borneo, 
Mauritius, on Tuesday, 10 December 
19 1 2, Gladys, 4th daughter of William 
Teague of Falmouth, co. Cornwall. 



MASON, continued. 

Page 136. — Henry John Thorp, M.D., 

died at 39 Henley Road, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, aged 81, on Friday, 3 October 
191 3, and was buried in the General 
Cemetery, Ipswich {see Pedigree of 
Thorp, Vol. 17, page l8j). 

Herbert Wilberforce Mason was 
appointed J. P. for co. Suffolk October 
191 1. 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 140. — Caroline 
Augusta, 3rd daughter of the Rev. James 
Streynsham Master, died at 3 Balham 
Park Road, Balham, co. Surrey, aged 76, 
on Thursday, 26 September 191 2. 

Page 142. — Alice Elizabeth, widow of 
the Rev. Oswald Master, died at St. 
Arvan's Court, Chepstow, co. Mon- 
mouth, on Tuesday, 12 May 19 14. 

MASTER. Vol. 13, page 83.— Herbert 
Francis Hoskins Master was promoted 
Captain Royal West Surrey Regiment 
19 April 1912. 

MATHER. Vol. 4, page 33— The Rev. 
Frederic Vaughan Mather, Hon. Canon 
of Bristol Cathedral, died at The Arches, 
Clevedon, co. Somerset, aged 89, on 
Monday, 6 April, and was buried at 
Clevedon on Thursday, 9 April 1914. 

Page 34 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxvi.) — The Rev. Edward Leigh 
and Sophia Gladys Mather have issue a 
son, Charles Edward Leigh Mather, 
born at the Rectory, Halsall, co. Lan- 
caster, on Wednesday, 25 October, 
baptised at Halsall 30 November 191 1. 

Page 34. — The Rev. John Cyril 
Vaughan Mather, Vicar of Lambton, 
1911-13, was appointed Rector of 
St. Philip's, Hanbury, both New South 
Wales, 1 913. 

Page 35. — The Rev. James Kenneth 
Mather was appointed Missionary at 
St. Michael, Herschel, Cape of Good 
Hope, 191 1. 

Page 36.— The Rev. Herbert Mather 
was appointed Assistant Chaplain, St. 
Margaret's, East Grinstead, co. Sussex, 
1 9 10. 

MAUGHAN-ETTRICK. Vol. 13, 
page 197. — Sophy Grace, youngest 
daughter of Walter Ettrick, and wife of 
the Rev. James Slade Maughan, died 
on Tuesday, 17 March 1914. 

The Rev. Slade Ettrick Maughan- 
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MAUGHAN-ETTRICK, continued. 

Surrey, 1909-11, and of St. Stephen-the- 
Martyr, Marylebone, London, 191 2-1 3, 
was appointed Chaplain of Mailing 
Union Workhouse, co. Kent, 1913. 

MAWDESLEY. Vol. 14, page 86.— 
Frederick Leyland Mawdesley died 26 
April 1910, and was buried at Dormans, 
CO. Surrey. 

Page 87. — Marion, elder daughter of 
Ernest Mawdesley, LL.B., Town Clerk 
of Croydon 1896-1902, was married at 
St. Anselm's, Hatch End, Pinner, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 4 April 19 14, 
to Noel Wilfred Hutchinson (younger 
son of the late George Hutchinson of 
Tattenhall, co. Chester) ; born 23 
December 1889. 

Dorothy, younger daughter of Ernest 
Mawdesley, was married at St. Anselm's, 
Hatch End, on Saturday, 12 July 1913, 
to Montague Hobson (5th son of Frank 
Statham Hobson of 22 Russell Square, 
London); born 15 October 1878. 

MELLER. Vol. 7, page 153.— Edith 
May, elder daughter of Major Alfred 
Meller, was married at Rushmere, co. 
Suffolk, 17 September 1912, to Norris 
Gray (son of Mowbray Gray of Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey); born 18 February 1881 ; 
of the Bank of Bengal, India. 

Robert William Meller married at 
St. Mark's, North Audley Street, 
Mayfair, London, on Thursday, 9 July 
1 9 14, Florence, youngest daughter of 
James Douglas of St. Nicholas' Hill, 
Leatherhead, co. Surrey. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 85.— The Rt. 
Honi^'^ John William Mellor, K.C., died 
at Culmhead, Taunton, co. Somerset, 
aged 76, on F'riday, 13 October, and 
was buried at Church Stanton, co. 
Somerset, on Wednesday, 18 October 
191 1. 

Page 86. — William Moseley Mellor 
died at Hawthorne, Bickley, co. Chester, 
aged 77, on Friday, 24 April, and was 
buried in Flaybrick Hill Cemetery, 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 
29 April 1914. 

William Moseley Fenton Mellor died 
at Chagford, co. Devon, aged 45, on 
Saturday, 24 May, and was buried at 
Torquay, co. Devon, on Wednesday, 28 
May 1913. 

Page 86 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxvii.) — Robert Owston Fenton 
and Nora Mary Mellor have issue a son, 



MELLOR, continued. 

Robert William Fenton Mellor, born at 
Beresford Road, Birkenhead, co. Ches- 
ter, on Saturday, 22 April, baptised at 
All Saints', Claughton, co. Chester, 13 
July 191 1. 

Page 86.— The Rev. Wilfrid Paget 
Mellor was appointed Rector of Loch- 
gilphead, CO. Argyll, 191 1. 

Page 87. — John Francis Shaw Mellor 
of The Cottage, Brodsworth, co. York 
(who matriculated at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, in 1897), married at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, on 
Saturday, 9 December 191 1, Winifred 
Katharine Alice, youngest daughter of 
Lieut.-General Horatio Harbord Morant, 
by Katherine Selina his wife, only child 
and heir of Francis Locke of Rowdeford, 
CO. Wilts. 

Page 87 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xviii.) — Sydney Paget and Mabel 
Ceylonia Mellor have issue a daughter, 
Adeline, bom at Gorse Hill, Helsby, 
CO. Chester, on Wednesday, 29 April, 
baptised at Helsby 24 May 1914. 

Page 88. — Eric Leyland Mellor mar- 
ried at the Oratory, Brompton, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 15 August 
1914, Gladys Angeline, 2nd daughter 
of H. A. Trimming of Danehill, Chess- 
wood Road, Worthing, co. Susse.x. 

Mary Hope, elder daughter of Francis 
Hamilton Mellor, K.C., was married at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Thurs- 
day, 28 March 191 2, to Gavin Turnbull 
Simonds (2nd son of Louis de Simonds 
of Audleys Wood, Basingstoke, co. 
Hants) ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the 
Bar 19 November 1906. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 130 {and 
Addenda, Vol. jj, page xxvii.) — • 
Geoffrey St. Maur and Julia Henrietta 
Cave Willoughby have issue a daughter, 
Julia Hermione, born 9 August, baptised 
at Pitt, CO. Hants, 14 September 19 13. 

Page 131. — Michael Guy Perceval 
Willoughby was promoted Lieutenant 
Indian Army 9 January 1910. 

Page 132. — The Rev. the Hon'''= 
Percival George Willoughby died at 
81 Onslow Square, South Kensington, 
London, aged 86, on Tuesday, S July 

1913- 
Page 133. — Colonel Herbert Percival 

Willoughby, R.A., died 5 April 191 3. 
John Herbert Willoughby entered 

the Royal Marines as 2nd Lieutenant 

I October 1913. 



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MIDDLETON, continued. 

Page 133. — Archibald Macdonald 
Willoughby married at Halloughton, 
Southwell, CO. Nottingham, on Saturday, 
27 July 191 2, Doris, daughter of 
William Norton Hicking of Brocken- 
hurst Hall, Southwell. 

Page 135 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xxi.) — Kathleen Alice, widow of 
Aubrey Frederick Willoughby, and 
daughter of Commander George Purcell, 
R.N., was married 2ndly at St. James', 
Spanish Place, London, on Saturday, 22 
June 19 1 2, to Luigi Canepa, only son of 
Signore Canepa of Sestrie Levante, Italy. 

Page 136 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xlii.) — Colonel the Hon'''' Claude 
Henry Comaraich and Sibyl Louise 
Willoughby have further issue a daughter, 
Joan Lavinia, born 18 June 1913. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97.— The 
Hon''''^ Sybyl (Brodrick), 2nd daughter of 
Viscount Midleton (Maid of Honour to 
Queen Mary 1911-12), was married at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Wednes- 
day, 17 January 1912, to Ronald William 
Graham, C.B. (eldest son of Sir Henry 
John Lowndes Graham, K.C.B., of 
Marden Hill, Hertford); born at 17 
Grosvenor Crescent, Westminster, on 
Sunday, 24 July 1870; educated at 
Eton ; of the Diplomatic Service since 
1892 ; C.B. 24 June 1910. 

The Hon'''' Aileen Hilda, 3rd daugh- 
ter of Viscount Midleton, was married 
at St. BarthoIomew's-the-Great, Smith- 
field, London, on Saturday, 27 September 
1 91 3, to Charles Francis Meade (only 
son of the Hon'='= Sir Robert Henry 
Meade, G.C.B.) ; born at 24 Upper 
Brook Street, Westminster, on Friday, 
25 February 1881. 

Page 99. — Alan Melvill Brodrick 
married 2ndly 25 June 1912, Diana, 
widow of Thomas Davies Peacey. 

Page 100 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page xlii.) — William John Henry and 
Blanche Sophia Emily Brodrick have 
further issue a son, Norman John Lee 
Brodrick, born at 12 p-rognal Gardens, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 
4 February 191 2. 

Page 100. — Dorothea Mary, younger 
daughter of the Rev. the Hon'''= Alan 
Brodrick, Master of St. Cross, Win- 
chester, CO. Hants, was married at the 
Church of St. Cross Hospital on Wed- 
nesday, 22 July 1914, to Hugh Gildart 
Worsley (eldest son of Colonel Henry 



MIDLETON, continued. 

Gildart Worsley of Belleisle, Richmond, 
CO. York) ; born at Winchester on 
Wednesday, 5 August 1885 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 25 July 
igo6. Lieutenant 25 July 1909. 

Lieut. -Colonel the Hon'''' Arthur 
Grenville Brodrick married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, on Monday, 
29 April 1912, Lesley Venetia, only 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Edward 
Harrison Clough-Taylor, by Lady Elisa- 
beth (Campbell) his wife, 2nd daughter 
of George, 8th Duke of Argyll, K.G. ; 
born at Castle Howard, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 14 September, baptised in the 
private chapel there 10 October i885 
{see Pedigree of Clough-Taylor, Vol. 6, 
page 44). They have issue a daughter, 
Elisabeth Venetia Marian, born at 18 
Eaton Square, London, on Thursday, 
4 June, baptised at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, 17 July 19 14. 

MILNER. Vol. 13, ])age 34. — The horse's 
neck in crest should not be charged with 
a bezant. 

Page 36. — Georgina Selina Septima 
Strickland died at West [not East] 
Retford House. 

Sir Charles Strickland's 2nd wife, 
Anne Elizabeth, died 7 April 1886 
[not 1866]. 

Page 38. — Charlotte Henrietta Strick- 
land died 15 September 1884 [not 1883]. 

Page 40 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, page 
xxviii.) — George Francis Milner, D.S.O., 
was promoted Colonel 19 July 191 1, and 
Brigade-Commander Lowland Mounted 
Brigade, Scottish Command, 31 January 
1913. He and Phyllis Mary Lycett his 
wife, have further issue a son, Henry 
George Milner, born 27 October 191 2. 

Page 40. — Marcus Henry Milner, 
M.V.O., D.S.O., has not served in the 
2nd Life Guards or the Regular Army. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 3, page 38.— 
Jane Frances, widow of the Rev. Sir Paul 
^^'illiam Molesworth, Baronet, died at 
St. Mawgan, Torquay, co. Devon, aged 
94, on Saturday, 17 February 19 12, and 
was buried at Lanherne, co. Cornwall, 
22 February 191 2. 

Sir Lewis William Molesworth, nth 
Baronet, died at Vane Tower, Torquay, 
on Wednesday, 29 May, and was buried 
at Cornelly, co. Cornwall, on Saturday, 
I June 1912. Will proved in August 
1912. 



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MOLESWORTH, continued. 

Page 38. — Uame Jean Graham, widow 
of Sir Lewis William Molesworth, 
nth Baronet, died at Trewarthenick, 
CO. Cornwall, aged 54, on Thursday, 25 
September, and was buried at Cornelly 
on Monday, 29 September 1913. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 4, page 112.— 
Mary, widow of Richard Ford, died at 
Pencarrow, co. Cornwall, aged 94, on 
Friday, 4 March, and was buried at 
St. Conan's, Washaway, co. Cornwall, 
on Tuesday, 8 March 19 10. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. 

Vol. 4, page I. — The Rev. Sir St. 
Aubyn Hender Molesworth St. Aubyn 
succeeded his kinsman Sir Lewis Wil- 
liam Molesworth, Baronet {see Vol. j, 
page jS) as 12th Baronet 29 May 
1912; died at the Rectory, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Sunday, 18 May, and 
was buried at Crowan, co. Cornwall, on 
Friday, 23 May 191 3. 

Page 2. — Colonel St. Aubyn Moles- 
worth died at Torrington, Manor Road, 
Worthing, co. Sussex, aged 71, on 
Tuesday, 18 August 19 14. 

Sir Hugh Molesworth St. Aubyn 
succeeded his father as 13th Baronet on 
Sunday, 18 May 1913. 

Page 3. — Arthur St. Aubyn Moles- 
worth, Captain Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry, died in St. George's 
District, Newfoundland, British North 
America, aged 33, on Friday, 22 
December 191 1. 

MONCK. Vol. 2, page 135.— Althea 
Pauline Louise, widow of William 
Berkeley Monck, died at Crowthorne, 
CO. Berks, on Friday, 2 May, and was 
buried at Aldworth, co. Berks, on 
Tuesday, 6 May 19 13. 

Page 136. — The Rev. George Gus- 
tavus Monck was appointed Rural Dean 
of Martock, co. Somerset, 191 1. 

MOOR. Vol. 17, page 105. — Frances 
Dorothy, widow of the Rev. John 
Frewen Moor, died at Broadstairs, co. 
Kent, aged 88, on Saturday, 20 De- 
cember, and was buried at Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 23 December 
19 13. Will dated 27 January 1906, 
proved in the Principal Registry 27 
January 19 14, by the Rev. Charles 
Moor, D.D., and H. S. Saunders. 



MOOR, continued. 

Page 106. — Christopher Moor 
matriculated at Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, in June 19 10, and graduated 
B.A. in 1913; joined McGill Univer- 
sity, Montreal, in September 1913, 
and was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion Hampshire Regiment (Eng- 
land) 15 August 1914. 

Frewen Moor matriculated at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, in June 191 1, and 
graduated B.A. in June 1914, and is 
now Science Master at Abbotsholme 
School, CO. Derby. 

MOORE. Vol, 16, page 70.— Gerald 
Henry Moore married at St. Leonard's, 
Hythe, co. Kent, on Friday, 16 May 
19 13, Gwendoline Margaret Hersee of 
Hythe. 

Lancelot Geoffrey Moore entered the 
Somersetshire Light Infantry as 2nd 
Lieutenant 28 January 1905, transferred 
to the King's Royal Rifle Corps 24 June 
1908, Lieutenant 25 June 1908; em- 
ployed with the West African Frontier 
Force 3 October 1908 to 14 October 
191 1. 

MORRICE. Vol. 14, page 55.— Henrietta 
Isabella, younger daughter of Frederick 
Francis James Morrice, died at Bramp- 
ton Hall, CO. Suffolk, aged 59, on 
Monday, 18 November, and was buried 
at Ditchingham, co. Norfolk, 21 No- 
vember 19 1 2. 

MURRAY. Vol. 15, page 179.— Margaret 
Amelia, daughter of Vice-Admiral James 
Arthur Murray, and wife of Martin Seal, 
died s.p. at 49 Chelverton Road, Putney, 
CO. Surrey, 22 February, and was buried 
at St. Margaret's, Lee, co. Kent, 29 Feb- 
ruary 1912. 

Algernon Charles Murray was pro- 
moted Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 
27 June 191 1. 

MURRAY-AYNSLEY. Vol. 7, page 78. 
The Rev. John Cruger Murray Murray- 
Ay nsley died, aged 87, on Sunday, 
19 January, and was buried at Madley, 
CO. Hereford, on Thursday, 23 January 
1913- 

MYTTON. Vol. 17, page 112. — Eliza 
Jane, 3rd daughter of Richard Herbert 
Mytton of Garth, co. Montgomery, and 
widow of Edward Francis Brown Brooke, 
died at 165 Tulse Hill, co. Surrey, 
aged 74, on Thursday, 5 June 191 3. 



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MYTTON, continued. 

Page 113. — Annie Elizabeth, wife of 
Robert Furrier Mytton, died at Arizona, 
Casewick Road, West Norwood, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, ii December 191 1. 

NELSON. Vol. 13, page 190. —Horatio, 
Earl Nelson, died at Trafalgar House, 
CO. Wilts, on Tuesday, 25 February, 
and was buried at Standlynch, co. Wilts, 
on Saturday, i March 1913. 

Page 191. — John Eyre Nelson died 
9 January 1913, and was buried at 
Landford, co. Wilts. 

NEWMAN. Vol. 16, page 176.— The 
Rev. Geoffrey Gunnell Newman pro- 
ceeded B.A. of Keble College, Oxford, 
25 January 1913; appointed Curate of 
Farnham, co. Surrey, on St. Thomas' 
Day, 21 December 19 13. 

NORFOLK. Vol. 12, page 30.— The 
Duke and Duchess- of Norfolk have 
further issue a daughter, Katherine 
Mary, born at Arundel Castle, co. 
Sussex, on Monday, 25 March 19 12. 

NORMANBY. Vol. 9, page 55 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xvii.) — The 
Rev. Canon the Marquis and Mar- 
chioness of Normanby have further 
issue a son, Oswald Constantino John 
Phipps, Lord Mulgrave, born at Mul- 
grave Castle, Whitby, co. York, on 
Monday, 29 July, baptised at Lyth-on- 
Cleveland, co. York (by his father), on 
Wednesday, 28 August 1912. 

Page 56. — The Earl of Ellesmere died 
at Bridgewater House, London, on Mon- 
day, 13 July, and was buried at Worsley, 
CO. Lancaster, on Thursday, 16 July 
19 14. Memorial service at the Chapel 
Royal, St. James' Palace, the same day. 

OLIVE. Vol. I, page 232. — Theodore 
Bertram Olive, Captain East Kent 
Regiment, was transferred to the 3rd 
Hussars 2 March 19x2. 

Vivian Gerald Olive was promoted 
Lieutenant South Staffordshire Regiment 
1 1 December 191 2. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 16.— Alfred 
Henry OUivant was promoted Major 
Royal Artillery 16 October 1911, Staff 
Officer (graded General Staff Officer, 
2nd grade) to Inspector-General, West 
African Frontier Force, i September 
1909 to 6 August 1 9 II, General Staff 
Officer, 3rd grade. War Office, 7 August 
19 II to 5 January 191 3, and General 
Staff Officer, 2nd grade. Admiralty, 
6 January 1 9 1 3. 



OLLIVANT, continued. 

Page 17 {and Addenda, Vol. i^, 
page xxiii.) — Edward and Olive Caroline 
OUivant have further issue a son, John 
Michael OUivant, born at 1 1 Caroline 
Street, Eaton Square, London, on 
Thursday, 20 November 191 3, baptised 
at Lower Beeding, co. Susse.x ; died 
1 1 January 1914. 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 39. —The Earl 
— of Onslow died at Beechworth, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, on Monday, 23 
October, and was buried at Merrow, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 27 October 191 1. 
Memorial service at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, the same day. 

Page 40 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xix.) — Richard William Alan, Earl 
of Onslow, of the Diplomatic Service 
since 1901, succeeded his father as 5th 
Earl 23 October 191 1. He and Violet 
Marcia Catherine Warwick his wife have 
further issue a son, William Arthur 
Bampfylde Onslow, Viscount Cranley, 
born at 24 Old Queen Street, West- 
minster, on Wednesday, 11 June 1913. 
Page 41. — Arthur Guildford Main- 
waring-Ellerker-Onslow married at St. 
Stephen's, Bournemouth, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 12 January 19 14, Helene 
Male, elder daughter of Reuben Burgess 
of Bournemouth. 

ORME. Vol. 10, page 87. — George 
Lawrence Orme died at Leysin, Switzer- 
land, aged 46, on Thursday, 4 July, 
and was buried there 9 July 191 2. 

OS WELL. Vol. IS, page 2.— William 
St. John Oswell was elected a Fellow of 
the Royal Colonial Institute 14 March 
1911. 

Page 4. — The Rev. William Henry 
Lloyd-Oswell resigned the Vicarage of 
Stratton Audley, co. Oxford, 26 June 
1914. 

Hilda Mary, 2nd daughter of the 
Rev. William Henry Lloyd-Oswell, was 
married at Stratton Audley on Tuesday, 
26 November 191 2, to the Rev. William 
Corbett Perry; of St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1873, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880; 
Chaplain of the Guild Chapel of the 
Holy Cross and Head Master of King 
Edward's VI. 's Grammar School, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, 1880-84, Head Master 
of Dedham Grammar School 1884-90, 
Assistant Master King Edward's School, 
Birmingham, 1890-93, and Head Master 



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OSWELL, continued. 

of Grammar School, Worcester, 1893 
-98; Rector of Willey, co. Warwick, 
from 1898. 

The Rev. Basil Henry Lloyd-Osvvell 
was appointed Chaplain Royal Navy 
H.M.S. " Monarch," February 1914. 
He was admitted a Burgess of Shrews- 
bury 29 July 191 2. 

Page 6. — George Devereux Oswell 
died at Kew, co. Surrey, aged 58, on 
Saturday, 23 July, and was buried in 
Sheen Cemetery, Richmond, co. Surrey, 
26 July 1910. M.I. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 169. 
Henry John Pack-Beresford was ap- 
pointed Staff Captain (No. 2 District), 
Scottish Command, i April 191 2, and 
promoted Major Highland Light Infantry 
12 February 191 3. 

PACKE. Vol. 7, page 166 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 16, page xxxvi.) — Edward Hussey 
and the Hon'''= Mary Sydney Packe 
have further issue a daughter, Ursula 
Sybil, born at Prestwold Hall, Lough- 
borough, CO. Leicester, 4 February, 
baptised at Prestwold 8 April 19 13. 

Page 167. — Margaret Lucy, widow of 
the Rev. VVilliam James Packe, died at 
The Firs, Wickham Bishops, co. Essex, 
aged 63, on Tuesday, i July, and 
was buried at Feering, co. Essex, 5 
July 1913. 

Page 167 {a?id Addenda, VaL /j, 
page xxiii.) — Edmund Christopher and 
Olivia Rachel Norah Packe have further 
issue a son, Robert Julian Packe, born 
at Meadow Bank, Cranford, co. Middle- 
sex, on Tuesday, 8 July, baptised at 
Hounslow, CO. Middlesex, 23 August 

1913- 
Page 167 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 

page XXX.) — Charles James Melville 

and Ruth Margaret Packe have issue a 

son, \Villiam Packe, born at the White 

House, Rothley, co. Leicester, on 

Saturday, 24 January, baptised at 

Feering, co. Essex, 15 March 19 14. 

Page 167. — Edith Beatrice, 2nd 

daughter of the Rev. William James 

Packe, was married at Feering, co. 

Essex, on Tuesday, 3 June 191 3, to 

Francis Brian Pelly (4th son of the 

Rev. Richard Arnold Pelly, Vicar of 

West Ham, co. Essex, and Hon. 

Canon of St. Albans); born 16 April 



PARISH. Page 94 of present volume. — 
Clement Woodbine Parish married at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 14 July 1914, Elsie Bonham, 
only daughter of Major Robert Bonham 
Bax Christie of Marston Park, Frome, 
CO. Somerset. 

PARLEY. Vol. 8, page 15.— Adelaide 
Rosa, widow of Lieut. -Colonel Gerald 
Charles Hall Parlby, R.A., was married 
at St. Saviour's, Walton Street, London, 
on Saturday, 21 June 191 3, as his 2nd 
wife, to the Hon''''' Lennox Hannay 
Lindley (3rd son of Nathaniel, Baron 
Lindley, Lord Justice of Appeal) ; bom 
14 May 1868; educated at Winchester 
and at Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1886, B.A. 
1890, M.A., M.B., B.Ch. Oxford 1898; 
Physician-in-Chief to H.I.M. the Shah 
of Persia ; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honour and Commander of the Crown 
of Italy; he received the ist-class Lion 
and Sun of Persia with Grand Cordon 
1901, and the same with star in briUiants 
1 903, for services during cholera epidemic. 

PARRY. Vol. 15, page 104. — Michael 
Denman Gambier Parry was promoted 
Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers 28 
August 191 1. 

PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 163.— 
Elizabeth Mary, widow of the Rev. 
Walter John Partridge, died at 26 Brock 
Street, Bath, co. Somerset, aged 86, 
on Tuesday, 26 August, and was buried 
at Widcombe Cemetery, co. Somerset, 
29 August 1 9 13. 

PASSINGHAM. Page 61 of present 
volume. — George Augustus Passingham 
died at The Berrow, near Ledbury, co. 
Hereford, aged 72, on Thursday, 2 July 
1914. 

PATCHETT. Vol. n, page 164.— 
Colonel William Gordon Patchett died 
at Horheim-on-the-Rhine, Germany, 
on Sunday, 28 April, and was buried at 
Bonn on Wednesday, i May 191 2. 
Will dated 17 June 1905, with codicil 
dated 16 September 191 1, proved at 
Shrewsbury 15 August 191 2, by the Rev. 
Thomas Lechmere Tudor Fitzjohn. 

Annie Wylie, 3rd daughter of William 
Patchett of Broom Hall, Greenfields, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, died at Broom 
Hall on Sunday, 19 May, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Shrewsbury 
22 May 1 91 2. 



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PEACOCK. Vol. I o, page 1 1 8.— Herbert 
St. George Peacock married at St. 
Matthew's, Westminster, on Monday, 
8 June 1914, Marguerite Olive, daughter 
of Cecil Brooke Palmer. 

Page 119. — Cyril Francis Peacock 
married at Kenley, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 3 October 191 1, Agnes Mary, 
younger daughter of Arthur Chamber- 
lain Brownlow of Nutfield House, 
Kenley. They have issue a son, John 
Brownlow Peacock, born at Zurrantee, 
Matelli Post Office, Jalpaigurie, India, 
on Monday, 8 July 1912. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. Vol. 5, page 
14. — Oliver Pearce-Edgcumbe entered 
the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
as 2nd Lieutenant 20 September 191 1. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, page 
54. — The Rev. Canon Hemming 
Robeson died at the Abbey Cottage, 
Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, aged 79, 
on Sunday, 16 June, and was buried in 
Bristol Cathedral on Thursday, 20 June 
19 1 2, after service at Tewkesbury 
Abbey. 

Page 55. — George Edward Serocold 
Pearce-Serocold died in Switzerland, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 25 July 191 2. 
Will dated 3 July 1905, with codicil 
dated 7 November 191 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry 6 September 19 12, 
by Sir John Paget Mellor and Charles 
Coombe Tennant, sons-in-law. 

Page 56. — Eric Pearce-Serocold who 
was promoted Lieut. -Colonel King's 
Royal Rifle Corps 20 August 191 2, 
married 2ndly at Alderley, co. Chester, 
on Monday, 15 July 19 12, the Hon'='' 
Blanche Florence Daphne, 4th daughter 
of Edward Lyulph, Baron Sheffield ; 
bom 15 September 1885. They have 
issue two daughters, Mary Sylvia, born 
at 18 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, 
London, on Tuesday, 8 .\pril, baptised 
at Deepcut Garrison Church, Farn- 
borough, CO. Hants, 31 May 1913; and 
Olivia Diana, born at 18 Mansfield 
Street, Marylebone, 28 May, baptised 
at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 
15 July 1914. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 100. — Mary Barbara, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. James Robert 
Pears, died at Glenmore, Camberley, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 2 February, 
and was buried at Windlesham, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 4 February 19 14. 



PEARS, continued. 

Page 102. — Steuart Edmund Pears, 
of the Indian Civil Service, married at 
St. Peter's, Bexhill, co. Sussex, on Tues- 
day, 22 July 191 3, Winifred Mabel, 3rd 
daughter of William Barton. 

Page 107. — Hugh John Chevallier 
Pears assumed the name of Peirs in 1909. 

PEARSON. Vol. 10, page 73.— George 
John Hooke Pearson died at Stoke 
Albany House, co. Northampton, aged 
70, on Monday, 8 January, and was 
buried at Stoke Albany 12 January 1912. 

Page 74. — Admiral Sir Hugo Lewis 
Pearson, K.C.B., died at Rocklands, 
Goodrich, co. Hereford, aged 68, on 
Wednesday, 12 June, and was buried 
at Goodrich 14 June 1912. Will dated 
6 January 1908, with codicil dated 17 
March 1912, proved in the Principal 
Registry 4 July 191 2, by John Lewis 
Pearson. 

Page 74 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xlvi.) — George Sherwin Hooke 
and Adeline Percy Whittall Pearson 
have further issue a son, Peter George 
Hooke Pearson, bom at 174 Cromwell 
Road, South Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 16 January, baptised at St. 
Stephen's, Gloucester Road, Kensington, 
22 February 19 13. 

Page 76. — Commander John Lewis 
Pearson, R.N., married at Cockington, 
CO. Devon, on Tuesday, 30 January 
19 1 2, Phoebe Charlotte, daughter of 
Colonel Cecil Beadon of Copthorne, 
Torquay, co. Devon. They have issue 
two sons, Hugo John Pearson, bom 
2 November, baptised at St. .Mary's 
Cathedral, Edinburgh, 12 December 
1912 ; and Thomas Cecil Hook Pearson, 
born at .'\raglin, Queenstown, co. Cork, 
on Wednesday, i July, baptised at 
Rushbrooke, co. Cork, 5 August 19 14. 

PECKHAM. Vol. 17, page 192.— The 
Rev. Harry John Peckham resigned the 
living of Nutley, co. Sussex, 1913. 

PELLATT. Vol. 9, page 163. — Edmund 
LawTence Pellatt was buried in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 3 April 19 12. 
Constance Annie Louise, 3rd daughter 
of Mill Pellatt, died at St. Andrew's 
Hospital, Clewer, co. Berks, on Thurs- 
day, 28 December 191 1, and was buried 
at Clewer 3 January 19 12. Will dated 
17 June 1905, proved in the Principal 
Registry 8 March 191 2, by .Adeline 
Frances Pellatt, sister. 



ADDITIONS (5^ CORRECTIONS. 



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PELLATT, continued. 

Page 164. — Katharine Margaret, 3rd 
daughter of George Pellatt, died at 
Tenterden, co. Kent, aged 56, on 
Thursday, 25 July, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Tenterden 27 July 
1912. Will dated in September 191 1, 
proved in the Principal Registry 19 
August 191 2, by Julia Anne Pellatt, 
sister. 

Page 166. — Colonel Sir Henry Mill 
Pellatt, C.V.O., was appointed Hon. 
A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught, Governor-General of Canada, 
27 November 1911, Brigade Com- 
mander 6th Infantry Brigade 20 Feb- 
ruary 1 91 2, and Hon. Colonel Queen's 
Own Rifles of Canada 7 June 191 2; 
a Knight of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England 5 August 191 2. 

Page 167. — Agnes Kippen, 2nd 
daughter of Frederic Pellatt, died at 
Bexhill-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 77, on 
Tuesday, 15 October, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Bexhill-on-Sea 18 
October 19 12. Will dated 14 Feb- 
ruary 19 10, proved in the Principal 
Registry 9 November 191 2, by Evan 
Llewellyn Jordan and Frederic Henry 
Vaughan. 



PENNY. Vol. 16, page 93.— The Rev. 
Fraser Hislop Penny died at 1 1 Banbury 
Road, Oxford, aged 67, on Saturday, 
16 September, and was buried in Holy- 
well Cemetery, Oxford, on Wednesday, 
20 September 191 1. 

Thomas Edward Fraser Penny was 
promoted Lieutenant Yorkshire Light 
Infantry 10 August 19 12. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 45 — 
The Rev. William Feilding Penruddocke 
was appointed Chaplain of Community 
of St. Wilfrid, Exeter, co. Devon, 3 
October 19 10. 

PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 90. — Louisa, 
4th daughter of Spencer Perceval, died 
at Northdene, Ashford, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 7 May 19 13. 

Page 94. — Dudley Perceval married 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Mon- 
day, 6 July 19 14, the Hon*''^ Mary 
Elizabeth (Massey), eldest daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Lionel Edward, Baron 
Clarina ; born 30 September 1878. 



PERRINS. Vol. 8, page 120. — John 

Stewart Dyson Perrins died at Charter- 
house School, Godalming, aged 14, on 
Monday, 26 May, -and was buried at 
Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 29 May 
1913- 

PERROTT. Vol. I, page 272 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page xv.) — Colonel 
Sir Herbert CharlesPerrott, Baronet, C.B., 
and Ethel Lucy his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, Helena Ruth, born at 
52 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 14 August, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Knightshridge, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 November 
191 2 (H.R.H. Princess Christian stood 
sponsor). 

PHILLIPS. Vol. II, page 150.— Frank 
Truscott Phillips received brevet of 
Lieut. -Colonel 26 May 1913. 

Page 152. — The Rev. Lionel Fre- 
mantle Phillips was appointed Curate of 
St. Stythian's, Perran-Arworthal, co. 
Cornwall, 191 3. 

PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE. Vol. 
14, page 52. — John Reynolds Pickersgill- 
Cunlifie entered the Grenadier Guards 
as 2nd Lieutenant 17 September 1913. 

Page 54. — Margaret Aline, daughter 
of Charles Pickersgill-Cunliffe, was 
married at St. Stephen's, South Ken- 
sington, London, on Thursday, 26 Oc- 
tober 191 1, to Gerald Wynter Blathwayt 
(younger son of Arthur P. Blathwayt 
of Northwood Grange, co. Middlesex) ; 
bom 30 June 1879; entered the Royal 
Artillery (from Militia) as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 22 December 1898, Lieutenant 
16 Februar)' 1901, Captain 18 July 
1906; served in South African War 
1902, at operations in Cape Colony 
and Orange River Colony May 1902 
(Queen's medal with three clasps). 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30. — Francis 
William Pixley is now of Wooburn 
House, Wooburn Green, co. Buckingham. 

Page 32 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xxii.) — Ellis Brooke and Mary 
Elizabeth Pixley have further issue a 
daughter, Dorothy Debonnaire, born at 
Lymington, near Hobart, Tasmania, 
2 December 1907 ; and a son, Stuart 
Ellis Atkins Pixley, born at Lymington, 
Tasmania, 3: December 1909. 

Page 32. — Arthur and Florence 
Pixley have further issue a son, Neville 
Drake Pixley, born at Brisbane, Queens- 
land, Australia, 21 September 1913. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PIXLEY, continued. 

Page 32. — James Aikin Pixley died 
at Hadham, co. Hertford, aged 47, on 
Sunday, 3 December, and was buried 
there on Thursday, 7 December 191 1. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, pages 99 
and 102. — Henry Platt-Higgins died at 
Moorside, Putney Heath, co. Surrey, 
aged 69, on Saturday, 22 August, and 
was buried in Brookwood Cemetery, 
\Voking, CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
26 August 1914. 

Page 10 1 {and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page IX.) — Francis Meban and Ethel 
Dorothy Platt-Higgins have further issue 
a son, Michael Douglas Platt-Higgins, 
born at Westfield, Little Shelford, co. 
Cambridge, on Saturday, 24 August, 
baptised at Little Shelford 29 September 
1912. 

POLE-CAREW. Vol. 5, page 146 {and 
Addenda, Vol. S, page xv.) — Lieut. - 
General Sir Reginald and Lady Beatrice 
Frances Elizabeth Pole-Carew have 
further issue a son, Patrick William 
Butler Pole-Carew, born at Shanbally 
Castle, CO. Tipperary, on Monday, 25 
August, baptised at the parish church, 
Clogheen, co. Tipperary, on Saturday, 

1 1 October 191 3. 

Page 147. — Charles Edward and Ellen 
Henrietta Pole-Carew have further issue 
a son, Wymond Nicholas Richard 
Pole-Carew, born at Halton, Ceylon, 
3 October, baptised at the district 
church, Warleigh, Dikoya, Ceylon, 7 
December 1896. 

Charles William Pole-Carew died 16 
June, and was buried at Little Hempston, 
CO. Devon, 19 June 19 13. 

Page 148. — Francis William Loring 
died at Meran, Austria, aged 67, on 
Sunday, 29 October 1905. Caroline 
Lyttelton his wife, and younger daughter 
of William Henry Pole-Carew, died at 
2 Victoria Road, Kensington, London, 
on Friday, 8 September, and was buried 
at Antony, co. Cornwall, on Tuesday, 

12 September 191 1. 

PORTMAN. Vol. 1 1, page 40.— Seymour 
Berkeley Portman-Dalton died at Filling- 
ham Castle, CO. Lincoln, on Saturday, 1 9 
October, and was buried at Fillingham 
on Thursday, 24 October 191 2. 

Page 43.— The Hon^eGerald Berkeley 
and Dorothy Marie Isolde Portman have 
further issue a daughter, Penelope 
Isobel, born 21 July 1913. 



PORTMAN, continued. 

Page 45. — The Rev. Alan Berkeley 
Portman, Rector of Corton Denham, 
CO. Somerset, married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Saturday, 
12 July 1913, Violet, youngest daughter 
of David Alfred Ker of Montalto and 
Porlavo, CO. Down. 

POWELL. Vol 12, page 143. — The 
Rev. Astell Drayner Powell resigned 
the Rectory of Fallowfield, co. Lan- 
caster, July 1912, and is now of 
Oldchurch, Watermillock, Ullswater. 

The Rev. Grandage Edwards Powell, 
who was appomted Curate of St. Mary's, 
Blackburn, co. Lancaster, November 
191 2, married at Fallowfield, co. Lan- 
caster, on Tuesday, 2 September 19 13, 
Madeline Mary, youngest daughter of 
Charles Royle Allen of Egerton Lodge, 
Fallowfield. 

POWELL-COTTON. Vol. 9, page 60. 
Percy Horace Gordon Powell-Cotton 
married at Nairobi, East Africa, 23 
November 1905, Hannah Brayton, 
daughter of William Slater of Bassen- 
thwaite, co. Cumberland, by Mary his 
wife, daughter of John Brayton. They 
have issue three daughters, Diana, born 
at Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, on Sunday, 
1 2 April, baptised at All Saints', Birch- 
ington, CO. Kent, 9 July 1908; Mary, 
born at Quex Park, Birchington, on 
Thursday, 21 July, baptised at All 
Saints', Birchington, 29 July 1910; and 
Antoinette, born at Que.x Park, Birch- 
ington, on Sunday, 20 July, baptised 
at All Saints', Birchington, 25 August 

1913- 

POWIS. Vol. 13, page 112. — Edward 
Robert Henry Herbert was promoted 
Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps 
9 November 191 2. 

Page 113. — Henry James Herbert 
died at Berwyn, Weybridge, co. Surrey, 
aged 29, on Tuesday, 14 November 
1911. 

Lucy Edith, elder daughter of Major- 
General the Hon''''^ William Henry 
Herbert, died at 22 Eccleston Square, 
Pimlico, London, on Saturday, 23 
November 191 2. 

POYNTER. Vol. 14, page 1 88. — Sir 
Edward John Poynter, Baronet, was 
created K.C.V.O. 3 June 19 13. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



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PRESTON. Vol. i6, page 103.— Joseph 
Classon Preston died at 43 Heathurst 
Road, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, aged 
67, on Sunday, 17 December, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 20 December 191 1, 
the ashes being deposited in Unity 
Church, Islington, co. Middlesex. 

Page 105. — Stanton William Preston 
died at 7 Eldon Road, Hampstead, 
aged 92, on Tuesday, 3 March, and was 
buried in Highgate Old Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 7 March 1914. 
Will dated 2 October 1913, proved in 
the Principal Registry by Edith Preston, 
Arthur Punnett and F. Le B. Lawford. 

Gladys Kathleen, 2nd daughter of 
Percy Preston, was married at 
Unity Church, Islington, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 9 September 191 1, to 
Richard Lewis Benton of 40 Ellesmere 
Road, Dollis Hill, co. Middlesex, son 
of Frederick Samuel Benton. 

Page 107. — Stanley Preston married 
at Aden on Monday, 27 January 19 13, 
Amy, only daughter of the Rev. A. Sells 
of Darjeeling, India. 

Frank Preston died at Meadowcroft, 
North Finchley, co. Middlesex, aged 57, 
on Monday, 3 March, and was cremated 
at Golders Green, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 6 March 19 13, the ashes 
being deposited in the yard of the 
Unitarian Chapel, Rosslyn Hill, 
Hampstead. 

Page 107 (and Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page xxxi.) — Arthur and Sylvia Mary 
Preston have issue a son, Cecil Frank 
Le Mesurier Preston, born at 6 Maira 
Street, Calcutta, India, on Wednesday, 
19 July 191 1 ; and a daughter, Brenda 
Kathleen, bom at 16 Blakesley Avenue, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 19 
June 1914. 

PRICE. Vol. 7, page 89.— Kathleen 
Janette, younger daughter of Major 
Edward Augustus Uvedale Price, was 
married at St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, 
India, on Wednesday, 6 November 
191 2, to Leslie Granville Waller, elder 
son of R. R. Waller of Calcutta. 

Page 90. — Colonel Charles Henry 
Uvedale Price, D.S.O., was created C.B. 
(Birthday honours) 22 June 19 14. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 15, page 141.— 
Walter Treverbian and ^Iarion Fenn 
Prideaux have further issue a son, 
John Francis Prideaux, bom at 1 1 
Ladbroke Square, Netting Hill, London, 



PRIDEAUX, continued. 

on Saturday, 30 December 191 1, bap- 
tised at Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, 
London, 3 February 1912; and a 
daughter, Anne Rachel, born at 1 1 Lad- 
broke Square on Monday, 23 June, 
baptised at Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, 
21 July 1913. 

Page 142. — The Rev. Sherburne 
Povah Tregelles Prideaux was appointed 
Rector of Dogmersfield, co. Hants, 
1912. 

Page 143. — The Rev. Frederick 
Joseph Prideaux, Vicar of Paul, near 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, since 23 July 
191 1, and Annie Douglas Renwick his 
wife, have issue a daughter, Winifred 
Elizabeth Douglas, born at Paul 
Vicarage on Sunday, 1 1 January, bap- 
tised at Paul 9 February 19 14. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 16, page 36.— Major 
Francis Beville Prideaux was created 
C.I.E. on the occasion of the Durbar 
12 December 19 11. 

Page 38. — Walter Courtenay Prideaux 
died at Johnston Hall, Haverfordwest, 
CO. Pembroke, 30 December 1910, and 
was buried at Haverfordwest 3 January 
1911. 

Charles Chamberlen Anstice Prideaux 
died at 13 Newton Road, Bayswater, 
London, 17 May, and was buried in 
Paddington Cemetery, Willesden Lane, 
London, 22 May 191 3. 

Page 40.— Laura Mary, 4th surviving 
daughter of William Prideaux, and widow 
of Captain Robert Anstice Stradling 
{see Pedigree of Stradling, Vol. IJ, 
po-S^ 5)1 died at Bognor, co. Sussex, 
aged 92, 30 May, and was buried at 
South Bersted, co. Sussex, 2 June 
1914. 

Guy Vivian Anstice Prideaux married 
at St. Peter's, Colombo, Ceylon, on 
Tuesday, 31 March 1914, Evelyn 
Gladys, daughter of Stephen Moore of 
Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick. 

PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 
gS. — Denys Edward Prideaux- Brune 
entered the Rifle Brigade as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4 March 1911, and promoted 
Lieutenant i February 19 13. 

Page 99. — Ellen Frances, eldest 
daughter of Charles Glynn Prideaux- 
Brune, died at Woodrough, Bramley, 
CO. Surrey, 16 October, and was buried 
at Bramley 18 October 19 13. 



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PRITCHETT. Vol. i, page 197.— 
George Edward Pritchett, F.S.A., 
F.R.I. B.A., died at Oak Hall, Bishop's 
Stortford, co. Hertford, aged 87, on 
Saturday, 24 February, and was buried 
at Little Hallingbury, co. Essex, on 
Wednesday, 28 February 1912. 

PUNCHARD. Vol. 3, page 136.— 
Edmund Elgood Punchard was pro- 
moted Lieutenant Bedfordshire Regi- 
ment 1 1 June 19 1 2. 

QUAYLE. Vol. 2, page 41. — George 
Harrington Quayle died, aged 66, on 
Friday, 13 March 1914. 

The Rev. Daniel Fleming Wilson 
Quayle was Curate of Badly (in charge of 
Newnham), co. Northampton, 1902-11. 

RAGLAN. Vol. n, page 102. —The 
Hon'^''= FitzRoy Richard Somerset, Lieu- 
tenant Grenadier Guards, was Extra 
A.D.C. to Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief, Hong Kong, 24 October 19 12 
to 4 February 1913, and appointed to 
the Egyptian Army 5 February 19 13. 

Page 103.— The Hon"'= Wellesley 
FitzRoy Somerset was promoted Lieu- 
tenant Welsh Regiment 8 December 
1910. 

Page 104. — Norman Arthur Henry 
Somerset entered the Grenadier Guards 
as and Lieutenant 17 September 1913. 

The Hon'''^ Nigel F"itzRoy Somerset 
entered the Gloucester Regiment as 
2nd Lieutenant 3 September 19 13. 

RANDALL. Vol. 3, page 175.— 
Etheldreda Mary Sancroft, eldest daugh- 
ter of William Sancroft Randall, was 
married at St. Peter's, Mazagon, Bombay, 
India, 3 November 191 3, to John 
Stewart Gratton, youngest son of 
Herbert Tom Gratton of Thurlow 
Lodge, West Dulwich, co. Surrey. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 140. — Jane, 
wife of Daniel Rowlinson Ratcliff, died 
at 24 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, 
London, on Friday, 27 September, and 
was buried at Cro.'dey Green, co. 
Hertford, i October 19 12. 

Page 142. — John Edward Ratcliff 
entered the Royal Warwickshire Regi- 
ment as 2nd Lieutenant 22 May 191 2, 
and was promoted Lieutenant 13 August 
1913- 

RATTON. Vol. 3, page 158. —Eliza 
Mary Theresa, daughter of Surgeon- 
Major James Alban Ratton, died 7 
November 1906, and was buried in 
Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. 



RATTON, cotitinued. 

Page 159. — Joseph Holroyd Ratton 
was promoted Captain Royal Artillery 
23 July 1914; he was employed with 
the West African Frontier Force i 
September rgi i. 

Wilfrid Holroyd Ratton, of Gray's 
Inn, was called to the Bar June 19 12. 

RAWSON. Vol. 8, page 70.— Frederick 
Philip Selwyn Rawson married at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 14 July 19 14, Sarah Katharine, 
youngest daughter of Hugh Henry 
Mitchell, Captain Rifle Brigade. 

RAWSON. Vol. 1 6, page 1 1 1.— Edmund 
Stansfeld Rawson, who died 4 August, 
was buried at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, 8 August 19 11. His will 
dated 30 April 1903, was proved in the 
Principal Registry 30 August 191 1, by 
G. C. M. Sargent. 

REDDIE. Vol. 12, page 185.- Anthony 
Julian Reddie was promoted Major 
South Wales Borderers 9 June 1913. 

RENDLESHAM. Vol. 14, page 127.— 
Baron Rendlesham died at Rendlesham 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, aged 71, on Thursday, 
9 November, and was buried at Camp- 
sea Ashe, CO. Suffolk, on Monday, 13 
November 1911. 

The Hon'''"=Hugh Edmund Thellusson 
married at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 28 April 1914, 
Gwynnydd Colleton, 5th daughter of 
Brigadier-General Sir Robert Augustus 
William Colleton, Baronet, C.B., of 
Morelands, Purbrook, co. Hants ; born 
15 January 1894. 

REW. Vol. 15, page 124. — George Russell 
Rew, who was educated at King's 
College, London, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1904, married at St. Martin's, 
Lincoln, 4 July 19 10, Kate, daughter 
of John Thompson. They have issue a 
son, Ralph Gerald Oldham Rew, bom 
at Wotton Grange, Bedfont, co. Middle- 
sex, on Saturday, 17 February, baptised 
at St. Mary's, Bedfont, 22 April 1912; 
and a daughter, Cynthia Branfill, born 
at Wotton Grange, Bedfont, on Sunday, 
19 July 1914. 

Augusta, last surviving daughter of 
William Pell Rew \see page 12 j], died 
at The Old House, Finchley, co. Middle- 
sex, aged 94, on Sunday, 22 March, 
and was buried at Holy Trinity, East 
Finchley, 27 March 19 14. 



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REYNELL-PACK. Vol. 8, page 167.— 
Flora Charlotte, 5th daughter of Lieut. - 
Colonel Arthur John Reynell-Pack, 
C.B., was married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, on Thursday, 9 No- 
vember 191 1, to Colonel John Henry 
Monckton of Meriden, Coventry, co. 
Warwick (son of Colonel John Edmon- 
stone Monckton) ; born at Bangalore, 
India, on Thursday, 26 September 
1850. 

Florence Elizabeth Hannah, wife of 
Arthur Denis Henry Heber Reynell- 
Pack, died at Netherton, co. Devon, on 
Thursday, 26 September, and was buried 
at Combe-in-Teignhead, co. Devon, 30 
September 1912. 

REYNOLDS. Vol. 17, page 173.— 
Osborne Reynolds, LL.D., died at 
Watchet, co. Somerset, aged 69, on 
Wednesday, 21 February, and was 
buried at St. Decuman's, Watchet, 23 
February 19 12. 

Henry Osborne Reynolds married at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, in Sep- 
tember 191 1, Theodora Madeline, eldest 
daughter of Richard Gillies Hardy, 
C.S.L, of Cheltenham. They have issue 
a daughter, Mary Ducane, born at Ran- 
goon, Burma, India, on Saturday, 9 
August 1913, baptised at Maymyo. 

Page 174. — Mabel Evelyn, elder 
daughter of Henry Reynolds of Cliff 
House, Southbourne, co. Hants, was 
married at St. Andrew's, Boscombe, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 9 June 1913, to 
Kenneth Chetwood Price Struve (only 
son of Walter Peddie Struve of Wren- 
wood, Boscombe); born 16 September 
1876; Governor of the White Nile 
Province, Sudan. 

Edward and Gladys Reynolds have 
issue a daughter, Mary, born at North- 
ampton 1 1 October, baptised there 6 
November 19 12. 

Page 176. — Robert Reynolds died, 
aged 83, on Monday, 2 1 April, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Hove, 
CO. Susse.K, on Friday, 25 April 191 3. 
Will dated 25 May 191 2, proved in the 
Principal Registry 26 May 1913, by 
Martha Mary Reynolds, his eldest 
daughter, and Walter Gerald Reynolds, 
his younger son. 

Clara, 3rd daughter of Robert 
Reynolds, was married at All Saints', 
Hove, 6 August 19 14, to Arthur Ernest 
Vizard (2nd son of Worthy Vizard 
of Bath, CO. Somerset) ; born at 



REYNOLDS, continued. 

Bath 20 July 1871 ; educated at 
King Edward VI.'s School, Bath, and 
B.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Page 176. — Walter Gerald Reynolds 
married at Croydon Registry Office 20 
April 19 1 2, Mary Jane Brook (n^e 
Stephens). They have issue a daughter, 
Hazel Mary Adene, born at Sunny Cove, 
Banstead, co. Surrey, 11 July, baptised 
at the Old Church, Hove, 5 October 
1913- 

RHODES. Vol. 17, page 165. — The 
father of Thomas William Rhodes 
should be described as Thomas Rhodes 
of Musvvell Hill, co. Middlesex, by 
Margaret his wife, daughter of William 
Rhodes of Leyton Grange, co. Essex, 
not as printed. 

RICHARDSON. Vol. 5, page 104.— 
Elizabeth Harriott, wife of William 
Ridley Richardson, M.A., died at 
Ravensfell, Bromley, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 15 August, and was buried 
at Bromley on Tuesday, 18 August 
1914. 

RICKETTS. Vol. I, page 276.— The 
Rev. Clement Mallory Ricketts was 
appointed Chaplain of Bishop's College, 
Cheshunt, in August 19 12, and In- 
cumbent of St. Michael and All 
Angels', Colombo, Ceylon, in July 
1914. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 21. — Francis 
Hansard Rivington died, aged 79, on 
Wednesday, 2 July, and was buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 4 July 

1913- 

Anna Maud Gibson, eldest daughter 
of Walter Rivington, F.R.C.S., was 
married at St. Matthew's, Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 1 1 October 
1 9 II, to Herbert Bicknell Creed, 
youngest son of George Creed of 
Epping, CO. Essex. 

Ruth Sangster, 4th daughter of 
Captain George Rivington, R.N., of 
Combe Down, Bath, co. Somerset, was 
married at Combe Down on Friday, 
8 August 1913, to Thomas Walter 
Holme, son of the Rev. Robert 
Holme. 

Page 22. — Emily, 2nd daughter of 
Charles Rivington, died at 44 Talgarth 
Road, West Kensington, London, on 
"Tuesday, 30 January, and was buried in 
Camberwell Borough Cemetery, Honor 
Oak, 3 February 1912. 



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ROBERTS. Vol. II, page 9. — Adah 
Felicitas, wife of Frederick Arthur 
Roberts, died on Tuesday, 17 December, 
and was buried at Fulmer, co. Bucking- 
ham, on Saturday, 21 December 1912. 

Page 13. — Lady Ada Edwina Stewart, 
younger daughter of Field-Marshal the 
Earl Roberts, was married at All Saints', 
Ascot, CO. Berks, on Wednesday, 26 
February 1913, to Major Henry Frede- 
rick Elliott Lewin (son of Admiral 
William H. Lewin); born 26 September 
1872 ; entered the Royal Artillery as 
2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) i April 
1894, Lieutenant i April 1897, Captain 
8 October 1900, Major 8 February 
191 1 ; employed with Egyptian Army 
13 March 1901 to 12 March 191 1, 
Assistant Military Secretary to the Sirdar 
4 November 1907 to 31 December 
1908, and Secretary i January 1909 to 
12 March 191 1. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 133. — Robert 
Peverell Rogers entered the Wiltshire 
Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant 10 
December 191 3. 

Page 134. — Hugh Hext Rogers, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, married at 
All Saints', Falmouth, co. Cornwall, on 
Wednesday, 4 September 191 2, Agnes 
Helena Trevelyan, daughter of Sir 
Arthur Moseley Channel!, Judge of the 
High Court of Justice (King's Bench 
Division). 

Page 135. — Gladys Evelyn Saltren, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. Gerard 
Saltren Rogers, was married at All 
Saints', Falmouth, on Wednesday, 3 
June 1 9 14, to Ralph Peter Bassett (son 
of Frederick Bassett of Leighton 
Buzzard, co. Bedford. 

Page 137. — Captain Henry Rogers, 
R.N., died at Hartley House, Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, aged 87, on Tuesday, 26 
November 191 2, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Plymouth. 

Page 138. — Edward Rogers was pro- 
moted Captain Royal Engineers 21 
December 191 2. 

Leonard Rogers was promoted Lieut.- 
Colonel Indian Medical Service 30 Jan- 
uary 19 13; created a Knight Commander 
of the Indian Empire 22 June 1914. 

Commander John Davis Rogers, 
R.N., married at St. Jude's, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 22 April 
19 14, Elizabeth Alexandrina Macdonald, 
daughter of Captain Edward W. Hawes, 
R.N. 



ROPE. Vol. 2, page 94. — George Rope 
died at Blaxhall, co. Suffolk, aged 98, 
on Friday, 6 December, and was buried 
there on Tuesday, 10 December 191 2. 
Will dated i May 1900, proved at 
Ipswich 15 May 19 13, by Arthur 
Mingay Rope and Edwin James Rope. 

Page 95 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page .xl.) — Edward Richard and Rhoda 
Rope have further issue a daughter, Ada 
Beatrice, born at Te Kopuru, Northern 
Wairoa, Auckland, New Zealand, 17 
March, baptised there 27 May 19 13. 

ROSEBERY. Vol. 16, page 133.— 
Henry Walter Hope died at Luffness, 
Aberlady, co. Haddington, on Saturday, 
25 October, and was buried at Aberlady 
on Thursday, 30 October 1913. 

Page 134. — -John Bellingham died at 
Tresserve, Aix-les- Bains, France, on 
Wednesday, 8 February 191 1, and was 
buried there. 

Page 136. — Sir Henry William Prim- 
rose, K.C.B., C.S.I., I.S.O., Chairman 
of the Committee on Irish Finance 
191 2, was appointed a Privy Councillor 
12 June 1912. 

Margaret Etrenne Hannah, Countess 
of Crewe, received the Order of the 
Crown of India on the occasion of the 
Durbar 12 December 191 1. 

Page 137. — Lord and Lady Dalmeny 
have issue a son, Archibald Ronald 
Primrose, born at 38 Berkeley Square, 
London, on Monday, i August 1910, 
baptised at Mentmore, co. Buckingham ; 
and a daughter, Helen Dorothy, born 
7 August 1913, baptised at Mentmore. 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 2. — Sibylla 
Joanna, wife of the Rt. Hon'''^ James 
Round, died at 31 De Vere Gardens, 
Kensington, London, aged 70, on Wed- 
nesday, 24 April 19 1 2. 

Eleanor Douglass, 2nd daughter of 
the Rt. Hon''''= James Round, died at 
Birch Hall, Colchester, co. Essex, 
aged 40, on Thursday, 8 January 1914. 

Page 3. — Douglass Gray Round mar- 
ried at Christ Church, Sutton, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 27 September 
191 1, Irene Courtenay, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. Courtenay Gale, Vicar of 
Christ Church, Sutton. 

Page 4. — Auriol Francis Hay Round 
was promoted Lieutenant Essex Regi- 
ment 28 January 191 2. 

Page 6. — Charles Wolfran Round- 
Turner was promoted Commander Royal 
Navy I January 1914. 



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ROXBURGHE. Vol. 12, page 157.— 
The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe 
have issue a son, George Victor Robert 
John Innes-Ker (Marquess of Dowmont), 
born at Chesterfield House, Mayfair, 
London, on Sunday, 7 September, 
baptised at the Chapel Royal, St. 
James' Palace, on Thursday, 16 October 
191 3, their Majesties the King and 
Queen stood sponsors. 

Page 158. — Lady Blanche Mary, wife 
of Lord Charles John InnesKer, died 
at Iron Cross. Byfield, co. Northampton, 
on Wednesday, i July 1914. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 16.— Percy Moly- 
neux Rawson Royds was promoted 
Captain Royal Navy i January 191 2. 

ROYDS. Vol. 8, page 26.— The Rev. 
Sydney Henry Armitstead died at 
Trefanal, Glyn Garth, Isle of Anglesey, 
aged 74, on Monday, 29 January, and 
was buried at Sandbach Heath, co. 
Chester, on Friday, 2 February 191 2. 

Page 28.^The Rev. Canon Francis 
Coulman Royds died at Bryn Golen, 
Penmaenmawr, co. Carnarvon, aged 87, 
on Saturday, 20 September, and was 
buried in Dwygyfylchi Cemetery, Pen- 
maenmawr, on Tuesday, 23 September 

1913- 
Page 31. — Mabel Alington, 6th daugh- 
ter of the Rev. Nathanael Royds, was 
married at Old St. Paul's Church, 
Edinburgh, on Saturday, 8 November 
1913, to Ernest Stephen Lumsden ; 
born in London in December 1S83; 
Associate Royal Society of Painter 
Etchers 1909. 

Edward Alington Royds, A.M.I.C.E., 
of the Irrigation Department, Cradock, 
Cape Colony, South Africa, married 

I January 191 3, Annie Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of G. S. Armstrong of Emoyeni, 
Inanada, Victoria County, Natal. They 
have issue a son, Nathaniel George 
Alington Royds, born at Graaff Reinet, 
Cape Colony, on Wednesday, 29 Oc- 
tober 1913. 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 2.— Anne Elizabeth, 
wife of Sir Edward Walter Greene, 
Baronet, and 3rd daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Smith Royds, died at Nether 
Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, on 
Friday, 6 September, and was buried at 
Thurston, co. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 

II September 191 2. 



ROYDS, continued. 

Page 3. — The Rev. Thomas Fletcher 
Royds was instituted and inducted 
Vicar of Holy Trinity, BoUington, co. 
Chester, on Friday, 29 November 1912. 

RUDGE. Vol. 15, page 147. — Nouaille 
Rudge of Threckingham, co. Lincoln, 
died at 5 1 Warwick Square, Pimlico, 
London, aged 70, on Thursday, 23 
January 191 3. 

RUGGE-PRICE. Vol. 14, page 162.— 
Major Charles Frederick and Isabella 
Napier Keith Rugge-Price have further 
issue a daughter, Lowis Mary Maitland, 
born at Ballycar, Waterford, on Monday, 
2 October 191 1. 

Page 163. — Gwendolen Amy, wife of 
Arthur Trevor O'Bryen Leslie, and 2nd 
daughter of Sir Charles Rugge-Price, 
Baronet, died at 46 Comeragh Road, 
Fulham, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
29 February, and was buried in Rich- 
mond Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
4 March 1914. 

RUSSELL. Vol. 5, page 60. — Colonel 
Walter Russell was appointed Chief 
Engineer, London District, 7 March 

1913- 

Raymond Wycliffe Russell was pro- 
moted Lieutenant West Riding Regiment 
26 April 1913. 

RYLAND. Vol. i, page 245.— The Rev. 
Canon William Flory died at Redland 
Lodge, Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 
65, on Wednesday, 19 June, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Lillington, 
CO. Warwick, on Monday, 24 June 191 2. 

Page 247 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xli.) — Llewellyn Madeley and 
Muriel Eliza Ryland have issue a son, 
Llewellyn Winter Ryland, born at 
Winterholme, Rotton Park Road, Edg- 
baston co. Warwick, on Thursday, 26 
May 1910, baptised at St. Augustine's, 
Edgbaston. 

Page 247 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xli. — Thomas Howard and Beryl 
Stratheden Ryland have issue a son, 
Nigel Ryland, born at Moxhull Hall, 
near Birmingham, co. Warwick, on 
Monday, 4 April, baptised privately 
17 April 1910, and received into the 
church at Wishaw, co. Warwick, on 
Christmas Day, 1910 ; and a daughter, 
Pamela, born at Moxhull Hall on 
Saturday, 11 April 191 4. 



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ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



ST. GEORGE. Vol. i, page 105.— 
Baldwin John St. George died at Pensax 
Court, CO. Worcester, aged 50, on 
Wednesday, 6 November 19 12. 

Page 108. — Emilia, widow of the 
Rev. Canon Howard St. George, died 
at Claremont, Billinge, co. Lancaster, 
aged 79, on Sunday, 28 June 1914. 

SALT. Vol. 3, page 104. — The Rev. 
Cecil Henry Salt died at Creswell Lodge, 
Chiswick, CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
28 March, and was buried in Chiswick 
Cemetery i April 191 2. Will dated 
7 May 1884, proved in the Principal 
Registry 2 May 19 12, by Georgina 
Catherine Barzey Salt, the relict. 

Edwin Henry Francis Salt married at 
the parish church, Barnes, co. Surrey, 
18 April 1914, Philippa Maud, younger 
daughter of the Rev. William Henry 
Browse Tucker, Vicar of Buckfastleigh, 
CO. Devon, by Ellen Reed his wife ; 
born at Buckfastleigh 14 December 
1893. 

Cecil George Gilbertson Salt married 
at St. Peter's Pro -Cathedral, South 
Qu'Appelle, Saskachewan, Canada, 2 Oc- 
tober 19 1 2, Dora Hastings of Lincoln; 
born 25 September 1887. They have 
issue a daughter, Mary Catherine Joan, 
born at Fort Qu'Appelle 13 July 1913. 

Ernest Charles Parker Salt married at 
St. Stephen's, Swift Current, Saskachewan, 
Canada, 16 October 191 3, Jane Eliza- 
beth, daughter of D. G. Quinn ; born 
ill December 1893. 

SALTER. Vol. 2, page 39 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 4, page V. — The Rev. Herbert 
Edward and Beatrice Eva Salter have 
further issue a son, Arthur Salter, born 
at the Vicarage, Mattingley, co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 13 August 1898, baptised 
at Mattingley ; and two daughters, 
Beatrice, born at the Vicarage, Shirburn, 
CO. Oxford, on Thursday, 2 November 
1899, baptised at Shirburn; and Evelyn, 
bom at the Vicarage, Shirburn, on 
Sunday, 22 June 1902, baptised at 
Shirburn. Their eldest daughter, Edith, 
died at St. Helen's School, Abingdon, 
CO. Berks, aged 15, 3 March 1912. 

SAVAGE. Vol. 3, page 5. — The Rev. 
Charles Henry Cole Webb died 31 
August 1906, and was buried at 
Holyhead, co. Anglesey. 

Addenda, Vol. 6, page xii. — Beatrice 
Louise, wife of Arthur Thomas Savage 
{see page 6), died 16 March 191 1, and 
was buried at Eastbourne, co. Sussex. 



SAVAGE, continued. 

Page 6. — Ernest Smalhvood Savage 
proceeded to M.A., M.B., B.Ch. Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1896, and F.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1896, and married at Little 
Waltham, co. Essex, on Saturday, 23 
December 191 1, Constance, daughter 
of Henry Marriage of Ayletts, Broom- 
field, CO. Essex. They have issue a son, 
Thomas Raymond Savage, born at 
The Ards, 80 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick, on Monday, 28 October, 
baptised at St. George's, Edgbaston, 
22 December 1912. 

SCARBROUGH. Vol. 13, page 74.— 
The Rt. Hon"= George Wyndham 
died at Paris, aged 50, on Sunday, 
8 June, and was buried at East Knoyle, 
CO. Wilts, on Friday, 13 June 191 3. 
Will dated 19 April 191 1. 

Page 75. — Lucy Cecilia, Countess of 
Scarbrough, was appointed a Lady of 
Grace of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England 
4 March 191 2. 

SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53. — The 
Hon"= Hugh Richard Scarlett married 
at St. Mary's, Datchet, co. Buckingham, 
on Wednesday, 15 October 19 13, 
Marjorie, 2nd daughter of John 
McPhillamy of Blair Alhol, Bathurst, 
New South Wales. 

The Hon""^ Percy Gerald Scarlett 
was appointed Adjutant East Kent 
Regiment 4 August 191 1. 

The Hon''''= Leopold Florence Scarlett, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, retired in July 
1913- 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 80.— The 
Rt. Hon''''= George Nathaniel, Baron 
Curzon of Kedleston, was created a 
Baron, Viscount and Earl of the United 
Kingdom 2 November 191 1, as Baron 
Ravensdale of Ravensdale, co. Derby, 
Viscount Scarsdale of Scarsdale, co. 
Derby, and Earl Curzon of Kedleston, 
CO. Derby. 

SCHOMBERG. Vol. i, page 209.— 
Emily Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph 
Trigge Schomberg, Q.C., died at Seend, 
CO. Wilts, on Wednesday, 30 July, and 
was buried there on Saturday, 2 August 
1913. Will dated 21 April 1902, proved 
in the Principal Registry, October 19 14, 
by Arthur Schomberg and Edmund 
Gierke Schomberg. 

Page 210. — Reginald Charles Francis 
Schomberg was promoted Captain 
Seaforth Highlanders 15 March 19 13. 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



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SCOTT. Vol. 15, page 127. — Sir Samuel 
Haslani and Carmen Estelle Scott have 
further issue a daughter, Anne Katherine 
Sibella, born at Bolton-le-Moors, co. 
Lancaster, 23 September, baptised there 
12 December 191 2. 

Page 128. — Beatrice Mary, wife of 
Lieut. -Colonel George Frederick Scott, 
died on Friday, 4 October, and was 
buried at St. Katharine's, Arthog, co. 
Merioneth, 9 October 191 2. 

Francis Clayton Scott married at 
Claughton, co. Chester, on Thursday, 
31 August 191 1, Gwendolen Frieda 
Martha, youngest daughter of George 
Jager of Lingdale, Birkenhead, co. 
Chester. They have issue a daughter, 
Joan Frieda, born at Thorn Lea, 
Bolton-le-Moors, co. Lancaster, on 
Monday, 19 August 191 2. 

SEFTON. Vol. 10, page 157. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Caryl Craven Molyneux died 
at the Red House, Bodicote, co. Oxford, 
aged 75, on Thursday, 7 March, and 
was buried at Adderbury, co. Oxford, 
on Monday, 11 March 191 2. 

SEXTON. Vol. 6, page 21. — Marianne, 
widow of George Pettit, was buried 
at Wherstead, co. Suffolk, on Friday, 
3 November 1911. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 106.— 
Charles Lancelot Shadwell resigned 
his Fellowship of Winchester College 
February 1914. 

Page 108. — Miriam Olive, only child 
of Bernard Shadwell of Leyton, co. 
Essex, was married at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, on Thursday, 
9 January 1913, to Albert John Francis 
Osborne, younger son of A. H. Osborne. 

SHANN. Vol. r, page 169. — Edward 
Warington Shann married at Haslemere, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 2 July 191 3, 
Ruth Olivia, eldest daughter of the 
Hon''''= William Broome, Puisne Judge 
Supreme Court, Natal, South Africa. 
They have issue a daughter, Viola 
Mary, born at 5 Greenside Place, 
St. Andrews, co. Fife, on Friday, 3 
July 1 914. 

SHEKELL. Vol. 6, page 69.— Harriot, 
youngest daughter of Thomas Shekell, 
died at 109 Rugby Road, Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, aged 88, on Tuesday, 
I July 1913. 



SHERBORN. Vol. 13, page 67.— 
Charles William Sherbom died at i 
Finborough Road, South Kensington, 
London, aged 80, on Saturday, 10 
February, and was buried in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 14 February 

1912. Will dated 5 August 1896, with 
codicil dated 3 May 1897, proved in 
the Principal Registry 25 March 191 2, 
by Henry Staples Thome and Charles 
liavies Sherbom. 

SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 21.— 
The Hon'''"^ Emily Isabella Constance, 
2nd daughter of James Henry Legge, 
3rd Baron Sherborne, and widow of 
Edwin Corbett, died in I^ndon on 
Sunday, 28 January, and was buried in 
Richmond Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, i February 191 2. 

Page 24 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page XXXV.) — James Huntly and Ethel 
Mary Button have further issue a son, 
George Edward Button, born 23 Sep- 
tember 19 1 2, baptised at St. Peter's, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants. 

Page 24. — Commander Arthur Brand- 
reth Scott Button, R.N., married at the 
parish church, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 12 February 19 14, Boriel, 
youngest daughter of Sir John Adam 
Hay, Baronet. 

SHUTTLEWORTH. Vol. 13, page 
166. — Janet Elizabeth, only daughter of 
Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth, 
Baronet, died at Badenweiler, Germany, 
aged 71, on Sunday, 17 May, and was 
buried at Sodon am Tanus, Germany, 
on Wednesday, 20 May 1914. 

Page 167. — The Hon'''' LawTcnce 
Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth (who pro- 
ceeded B.A. of BaUiol College, Oxford, 
and was called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1913) married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Saturday, i February 

1913, Selina Adine, only daughter of 
the Hon'''= Francis Charles Bridgeman, 
M.P., Colonel Scots Guards, by Gertrude 
Cecilia his wife, eldest daughter 
of George Hanbury of Blythewood, 
Maidenhead, co. Berks ; bom at 25 
Granville Place, Portman Square, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 24 June 1886. 
They have issue a son, Richard Ughtred 
Paul Kay-Shuttleworth, horn at 7 
Queensberry Place, South Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 30 October, 
baptised at Barbon, co. Westmorland, 
18 December 1913. 



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ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



SHUTTLEWORTH, continued. 

The Hon''''= Edward James Kay- 
Shuttleworth was gazetted 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 7 th Battalion Rifle Brigade 
August 1 9 14. 

SIMPSON. Vol. 10, page 150. — Marianne 
Frances, wife of Francis Charles Simpson, 
died at Maypool, Churston Ferrers, co. 
Devon, on Sunday, i December, and 
was buried at Townstali, co. Devon, 
4 December 19 12. 

Page 150 {a?id Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page Hv.) — The Rev. Francis Russell 
Benedict and Edith Mary Simpson 
had issue two sons, John Simpson, born 
10 January 1907, who died 5 February 
following, and was buried at Townstali, 
CO. Devon ; and Christopher Francis 
Russell Simpson {see Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xllil.) ; and two daughters, Joan 
Mary de Cartaret, born at Dartmouth, 
CO. Devon, 11 March 1910, baptised at 
Townstali; and Anne Catherine Meyrick, 
born at Dartmouth 30 May 191 2, bap- 
tised at Townstali. 

Page 152. — Richard Charles Simpson 
was appointed Lieutenant Indian Army 
6 October 191 1. 

Eveline Jane, younger daughter of 
Charles Frederick Richard Simpson, 
was married at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, on Saturday, 30 
March 191 2, to Edmund Digby Max- 
well Robertson, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
son of Colonel Henry Maxwell 
Robertson, R. A., of Rannoch, Chichester, 
CO. Sussex. 

SKINNER. Vol. 10, page 127. — The 
Rev. Cecil George Paget was instituted 
Rector of Stock Gaylard, co. Dorset, 
1905. He and his wife Innes Elizabeth 
celebrated their silver wedding 4 January 
1912. 

SMITH. Vol. 2, page 130. — Agnes 
Frederica, widow of Sir Charles Cunliffe 
Smith, Baronet, and youngest daughter 
of Capel Cure, died at Suttons, co. 
Essex, aged 76, on Tuesday, 4 March, 
and was buried at Stapleford Tawney, 
CO. Essex, on Saturday, 8 March 19 13. 
{See Pedigree of Cure, Vol. 2, page 24.) 
Page 131. — The Rev. Spencer Comp- 
ton Hamilton Spencer-Smith died at 
54 Egerton Crescent, Brompton, co. 
Middlesex, aged 69, on Thursday, 11 
May, and was buried at Kingston, co. 
Dorset, on Monday, 15 May 191 1. 



SMITH, continued. 

Page 131 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xliv.) — Michael Seymour Hamilton 
and Evelyn Penelope Spencer-Smith 
have further issue a son, Peter Compton 
Spencer -Smith, born at 38 a Bluff, 
Yokohama, Japan, on Tuesday, 12 
November 191 2. 

The Rev. Laurence George Capel 
Cure died at the Rectory, Abbess 
Roding, CO. Essex, aged 78, on Thurs- 
day, 27 June, and was buried at 
Abbess Roding i July 19 12. {See 
Pedigree of Cure, Vol. 2, page 24.) 

Page 132 Gerald Montague Spencer- 
Smith married at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 16 July 191 2, Iris Mary, 2nd 
daughter of Richard Arthur Hamilton 
Seymour. They have issue a son, John 
Seymour Spencer-Smith, born at 25 
Brompton Square, Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 24 June 191 3. 

Richard Osbaldeston Spencer-Smith 
married 20 June 191 2, Murielle Alethe 
Victoria, 3rd daughter of Leonard Guise 
Wingfield - Stratford of Powerscourt, 
Beaumont, Natal, South Africa, J. P. 

Grace Isabel Spencer, 3rd daughter 
of Gilbert Joshua Spencer-Smith, was 
married at Bursledon, co. Hants, on 
Wednesday, 27 December 191 1, to 
James Gordon Eraser (younger son of 
Arthur M. Eraser of Winnipeg, Canada) ; 
Naval Cadet 15 July 1S96, Midshipman 
15 January 1898, Sub-Lieutenant 29 
October 1901, Lieutenant 29 October 
1902. 

SMITH-BOSANQUET. Vol. i, page 
251. — Lettice Evelyn, youngest daughter 
of Horace James Smith-Bosanquet, was 
married at St. Albans Abbey, co. Hert- 
ford, on Wednesday, 31 July 191 2, to 
William Kyrle Ffrench, son of the Rev. 
William Stephen Ffrench. 

SOMERS. Vol. 2, page 15.— The 
Warrant for the alteration in the Somers 
Arms was granted by Sir Alfred Scott 
Scott-Gatty, Garter, and George Edward 
Cokayne, Clarenceux, and recorded by 
Henry Farnham Burke, C.V.O., Somerset 
Herald, 30 June 1904 : See Book-plate 
facing. 

Evan Henry Llewellyn died at 
Pytte, Clyst St. George, co. Devon, 
aged 67, on Friday, 27 February 1914, 
and was buried at Burrington, co. 
Somerset. 



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SPARROW. Vol. I, page 229.— Edith, 
eldest daughter of Arthur Sparrow of 
Preen Manor, co. Salop, J. P. and 
D.L. ; died at Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
on Saturday, 21 October 191 1. 

SPEDDING. Vol. 13, page 156.— 
John Brownrigg Spedding died at 5 1 
Hurlingham Court, Fulham, co. Middle- 
sex, on Sunday, 22 December, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middle- 
sex, on Friday, 27 December 1912. 

The Rev. Trevor Wolfe Deey 
Spedding was appointed Vicar of 
Glen Parva with South Wigston, co. 
Leicester, and Chaplain to the Forces 
at Glen Parva 191 1. 

Page 158. — Charles Rodney Spedding 
was promoted Major Royal Irish Rifles 
2 November igii. 

SPOONER. Vol. 16, page 142.— 
Frances Catherine, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. William Archibald Spooner, 
D.D., was married in the chapel of 
New College, Oxford, on Wednesday, 
24 September 191 3, to Campbell 
Dodgson (7th son of William Oliver 
Dodgson of Crayford, co. Kent) ; born 
at Crayford 13 August 1867; educated 
at Winchester and Scholar of New 
College 1885, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1886, B.A. (2nd-class Mods. 
1888, ist-class Lit. Hum. 1890, 2nd-class 
Theology 1891) 1890, M.A. 1891 ; 
Keeper of Prints and Drawings, British 
Museum, 1912. 

Page 143. — Ellen Maxwell, 4th 
daughter of the Rev. William Archibald 
Spooner, D.D., was married by special 
licence in the chapel of New College, 
Oxford, on Tuesday, 3 September 1912, 
to Arthur John Layard Murray (eldest 
son of Arthur Hallam Murray of 
The Home Farm, Sandling, co. Kent) ; 
Midshipman Royal Navy 30 May 1903, 
Sub- Lieutenant 30 July 1906, Lieutenant 
30 July 1907. 

STARKIE. Vol. 6, page 151 {and 
Addenda, Vol. i§, page xxviii.) — Piers 
Cecil Le Gendre and Cicely Starkie 
have issue a daughter, Priscilla Clare 
Aimee, born at Ribbleton Hall, Preston, 
CO. Lancaster, on Monday, 30 March, 
baptised at St. Joseph's, Preston, 1 1 
April 19 14. 

STOCKER. Vol. 17, page 180.— Hubert 

Goodman and Katharine Stocker have 
further issue a son, Peter Crisp Stocker, 
born at The Rookery Farm, Westcott, 



STOCKER, continued. 

CO. Surrey, on Midsummer Day, Tues- 
day, baptised at Westcott on Friday, 25 
July 1913. 

Edgar Henry Stocker, Captain 13th 
Hussars, was appointed Adjutant to 
Territorial Force i September 19 13. 
He married at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London, on Thursday, 1 1 
June 19 1 4, Violet, elder daughter of 
John William Clayton, Captain 13th 
Hussars. 

STONE. Vol. I, page 61. — Edward 
Stone, Captain 2nd Dragoon Guards 
(Queen's Bays), married at the Church 
of the Ascension, Blackheath, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 29 April 1913, Dora, 3rd 
daughter of Frederick Monier Williams 
of 4 Lansdowne Place, Blackheath. 

STRADLING. Vol. 17, page 5.— Laura 
Mary, widow of Captain Robert Anstice 
Stradling, and 4th surviving daughter 
of William Prideaux (see Pedigree of 
Prideaux, Vol. 16, page 4.0), died at 
Bognor, co. Sussex, aged 92, on Satur- 
day, 30 May 1 914. 

STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page 99 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xa-.)— Frederick 
and Mary Beatrix Strickland of The 
Brow, Malton, co. York, have further 
issue two daughters, Diana Blanche, 
born at Derwent Mount, Malton, 26 
April, baptised at Amotherby, co. York, 
5 June 191 1 ; and Lettice, born at 
Derwent Mount, Malton, on Sunday, 
9 February, baptised at Amotherby in 
April 1913. 

STUCLEY. Vol. 2, page 150. — Louisa, 

widow of Sir George Stucley-Stucley, 
Baronet, died 18 November, and was 
buried at Bideford, co. Devon, 20 
November 19 13. 

Page 150 (a7id Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xliv.) — Humphry St. Leger Stucley 
was promoted Major Grenadier Guards 
14 February 191 2. He and Dorothy 
Beatrice Rose his wife have further 
issue a son, Lewis Robert Carew 
Stucley, born 14 December 1910. 

SWANN. Vol. I, page 95-— The Rev. 
Cecil Gordon Aldersey Swann was 
appointed Curate of St. Pancras, Lon- 
don, igii. 



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ADDITIONS is' CORRECTIONS. 



SWANN, continued. 

Page 97. — Constance Mary, only 
daughter of Charles William Swann, 
was married at St. Mark's, Belleride, 
Hobart, Tasmania, 26 May 19 14, to 
Robert Augustus Combermere Gibbings 
of Hobart, elder son of I.ieut. -Colonel 
Gibbings of Chilton, co. Somerset, for- 
merly of the 2nd West India Regiment. 

The Rev. Charles Graham Swann was 
instituted Vicar of St. Jude's, Manning- 
ham, CO. York (by the Bishop of Ripon), 
I September 191 1. 

SWANN. Vol. 5, page loi.— The Rev. 
Nathanael Emilus Egerton Swann was 
appointed Curate of St. Sepulchre's, 
Holborn, London, 19 13. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151. 
The Rev. Herbert Spenser Swithinbank 
resigned the vicarage of Kingston Vale, 
CO. Surrey, 26 June 1912; he was 
Vicar of St. Bartholomew's, Southsea, 
1 91 2-1 3, and Rector of Wonston, both 
CO. Hants, 191 1- 14. 

Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank is 
now Lieutenant-Commander H.M.S. 
" Swiftsure." 

Page 152. — Isobel, younger daughter 
of Harold William Swithinbank, was 
married 12 July 19 11, to the Hon'''^ 
Richard Stafford Cripps, youngest son 
of Sir Charles Alfred, Baron Parmoor, 
K.C.V.O., K.C. ; born at 32 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 24 April 1889. 

TAYLOR. Vol. II, page 55. — Ellen, 
widow of Charles Taylor, died at Mistley 
House, CO. Essex, aged 88, on Saturday, 
30 December 191 1, and was buried at 
Mistley 4 January 191 2. 

TEMPEST. Vol. 2, page 142.— Roger 
Stephen Tempest, Captain Scots Guards, 
married at St. James', Spanish Place, 
London, on Thursday, 31 October 191 2, 
Valerie, elder daughter of Arthur Glover. 
They have is.sue a son, Stephen Tempest, 
born at 26 St. George's Road, Pimlico, 
London, on Wednesday, 29 October, 
baptised at St. James', Spanish Place, 
London, 7 November 1913. 

Page 143.— Wilfrid Norman Tempest 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Yorkshire Light Infantry 22 May 191 2. 

TENNYSON. Vol. 14, page 94.— Charles 
Arthur Tennyson was promoted Captain 
Royal Marines i September 1913. 



TENNYSON, confhmed. 

Page 96. — Alfred Browning Stanley 
Tennyson of Cragbeg, Clarina, co. 
Limerick, Local Government Board 
Inspector, married in Henry VII. 's 
Chapel, Westminster Abbey, on Tues- 
day, 17 December 19 12, the Hon*"'' 
Margaret Cicely, 3rd daughter of 
James David (Drummond), Viscount 
Strathallan ; born 13 February 1880. 
They have issue a son, James Alfred 
Tennyson, born at 39 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 26 November, baptised at 
the Old Church, Chelsea, on Monday, 
22 December 19 13. 

Page 96 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xlv.) — Charles Bruce Locker and 
Ivy Gladys Tennyson have issue a 
son, Frederick Penrose Tennyson, born 
at 22 Carlyle Square, Chelsea, on 
Monday, 26 August 19 12. 

THOMAS. Vol. 6, page 47.— Reginald 
Seymour Thomas was promoted Major 
Indian Army 12 December 191 2. 

THORNTON-DUESBERY. Vol. 9, 
page 63. — The Rev. Charles Leonard 
Thornton- Duesbery was appointed 
Canon of Chelmsford i May 1914. 

THORP. Vol. 17, page 182.— Margaret 
Mary Elizabeth, widow of the Rev. 
Gervase Thorp, died at Blackheath, co. 
Kent, aged 74, on Friday, 10 January, 
and was buried in the General Cemetery, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 14 January 1913. 
Will dated 20 December 191 2, proved 
at Wisbech 28 April 1913, by John 
William Disney Thorp, her son. 

Page 183. — Henry John Thorp, M.D., 
died at 39 Henley Road, Ipswich, co. 
.Suffolk, aged 81, on Friday, 3 October 
1913, and was buried in the General 
Cemetery, Ipswich. (See Pedigree of 
Mason, Vol. 15, page 136.) 

The Rev. Clement Raymond and 
Florence Kathleen Perry celebrated 
their silver wedding 25 July 1913. 

Page 184. — Susan Margaret, widow of 
Sidney Thorp, died at Northcote, 
Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, aged 74, 
on Saturday, 11 November 1911. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 114.— 
Annie Thurburn, wife of Edward Alexan- 
der Thurbum of Mayen, Rothiemay, co. 
Banff, died in London on Wednesday, 
II March, and was buried at Rothiemay 
on Tuesday, 17 March 1914. 



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THURBURN, continued. 

Page ii6. — Alexander Thurburn, 
LL.B., died at Keith, co. Banff, aged 71, 
on Saturday, 7 December 19 12, and 
was buried there on Tuesday, 10 
December 191 2. 

THURSBY. Vol. II, page 93.— Sir John 
Ormerod Scarlett and Lady Thursby 
celebrated their silver wedding on 
Friday, 28 November 1913. 

Clara, only child of Sir John Ormerod 
Scarlett Thursby, Baronet, was married 
at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 15 January 
1 9 14, to Geoffrey Aspinall (son of 
Colonel Ralph John Aspinall of Standon 
Hall, CO. Lancaster); born 25 June 1884. 

Page 98. — Mary, widow of Piers 
Thursby, died at 45 Pont Street, 
Belgrave Square, London, aged 72, 
on Easter Sunday, 7 April, and was 
buried at Broadwell, co. Gloucester, on 
Friday, 12 April 19 12. 

Alice Anne, widow of Lieut. -Colonel 
Richard Hasell Thursby, died at 
Melbury Lodge, Winchester, co. Hants, 
on Tuesday, 12 March, and was buried 
at Winchester on Thursday, 14 March 
1912. 

THURSFIELD. Vol. 14, page 184.— 
John Horace Thursfield was appointed 
Town Clerk of the Borough of Kidder- 
minster 21 December 1910, and 
gazetted Captain 6th South Staffordshire 
Regiment in July 19 14. 

The Rev. Gerald Arthur Richard 
Thursfield was appointed Chaplain at 
Bassein, Lower Burma, in March 19 13. 

Page 185. — Aubrey Charles Thurs- 
field was promoted Lieutenant Royal 
Navy 31 December 1909. 

TOLHURST. Vol. I, page 64.— John 
Grose Tolhurst died at Cranham, co. 
Gloucester, aged 49, on Tuesday, 29 
October 191 2. 

TOWER. Vol. 2, page 34. — Christopher 
Cecil Tower married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, on Tuesday, 
15 April 19 13, Dorothy Cynthia, elder 
daughter of Colonel Herbert Conyers 
Surtees, C.B., M.V.O, D.S.O., of Mains- 
forth Hall, co. Durham ; born at 15 
Victoria Street, Westminster, on Tues- 
day, 27 November 188S. They have 
issue a daughter, Pamela Sophia, born 
at Weald Hall, co. Essex, on Thursday, 
4 June, baptised at South Weald 6 July 
1914. 



TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 1 6 1.— Charles 
Newsham Trotman was promoted 
Colonel (2nd Commandant) Royal 
Marines 12 October 1913. 

Page 162. — Ellen and Arthur Robert 
Wickham were married at the parish 
church, Brighton, 2 January 1862 \riot 
1 86 1.] They celebrated their golden 
wedding 2 January 1912. 

TUDSBERY-TURNER (now 
TUDSBERY). Vol. i, page 191. 
Francis Cannon Tudsbery Tudsbery 
was called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 28 June 191 1; elected Yorke 
Prizeman of Cambridge University for 
1912 ; married at Blairingone, co. Perth, 
on Thursday, 20 August 19 14, Isabella 
Fleming, youngest daughter of Robert 
Mackay Sutherland of Solsgirth, Dollar, 
CO. Clackmannon. 

TURNBULL. Vol. 15, page 195.— 
Reginald March Turnbull died at 
Byculla, Highgate, co. Middlesex, aged 
64, on Saturday, 27 July, and was buried 
in Highgate Cemetery on Tuesday, 30 
July 1912. Will dated 21 May 1909, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1461, 12) 10 Sep- 
tember 19 1 2, by Reginald March 
Kesterson Turnbull, son, and Lewis 
Robert Turnbull, brother. 

Page 196. — Oswald Graham Noel 
Turnbull married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Saturday, 
25 April 1914, Doris Trevor, only 
daughter of Alfred Pearce-Jones of Clay- 
gate, CO. Surrey; born at Whitby, co.York. 

TURQUAND. Vol. 10, page 46.— Louis 
Turquand died at 5 1 Glebe Road, 
Hornsey, co. Middlesex, aged 67, on 
Saturday, 4 July, and was buried in 
Guildford Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 10 July 19 14. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 26.— The Rev. 
Abbot Roland Upcher, Rural Dean of 
Dunwich 1890-13, was appointed Vicar 
of Stradbrooke, co. Suffolk, 19 12. 

Page 27. — The Rev. Arthur Charles 
Wodehouse Upcher was appointed Hon. 
Canon of Norwich 1909. 

Page 28.— The Ven'''^ James Hay 
Upcher, Priest-in-Charge of Machekr, 
Mashonaland, South-East .-Africa, 1907 
-12, was appointed Priest-in-Charge of 
Epiphany Mission, Rusapi, Mashonaland, 
1912. 

VAILLANT. Vol. 13, page 29.— Eliza- 
beth, wife of the Rev. Philip Vaillant, 
was the eldest daughter of John Balchin 
\iiot Balchen]. 



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ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



VAILLANT, continued. 

Page 32. — Lieut. -Colonel Francis 
Laidley and Isabel Bithynia Swan 
celebrated their silver wedding on 
Monday, i September 19 13. 

Francis Gerard died at Strone, 
Hodgson's Avenue, Neutral Bay, North 
Sydney, New South Wales, 1 1 February 
1914, and was buried in Gore Hill 
Cemetery, North Sydney, next day. 

Page 33 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page xxxvii.) — Richard Balchen and 
Evangelme Ada Vaillant have issue a 
son, Paul Francois Reginald Vaillant, 
born at 2 Whitehall Place, Gravesend, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 19 June, 
baptised at St. John's, Gravesend, 30 
June 1912 ; and a daughter, Claire 
Isabel Theodosia, born at Bean, near 
Dartford, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 18 
August, baptised at St. John's, Grave- 
send, on Sunday, 6 September 19 14. 
Evangeline Ada Vaillant was 8th 
[not 6th] daughter of Alfred Webb 
of 2 Whitehall Place, Gravesend, by 
Hannah {nee Reader) his wife ; born 
at Rose Lodge, Perry Street, Gravesend, 
5 November 1889. 

VASSALL. Vol. 17, page 153.— Martha 
Ann, wife of the Rev. William Vassall, 
died at Hurst Manor, Martock, co. 
Somerset, aged 74, on Tuesday, 3 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried at Martock on 
Friday, 6 February 19 14. 

Henry Holland Vassall of Aisholt, co. 
Somerset, married at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 11 October 19 10, 
Gwendolen St. Clair Chase, daughter of 
R. Chase Morris of Wellington, New 
Zealand. They have issue a daughter, 
Patricia St. Clair, born at Zomba, Nyassa- 
land, British Central Africa, 12 May 
19 1 2, baptised at Fort Johnston, Nyassa- 
land. 

Page 154. — Robert Lowe Grant 
Vassall, Chairman of the Taff Vale 
Railway Company, died at Oldbury 
Court, Fishponds, co. Gloucester, aged 
83, on Sunday, 6 April, and was buried 
there on Thursday, 10 April 191 3. 

VIDLER. Vol. 13, page 95. — John 
Symonds Vidler died at Beachlands, 
Camber, near Rye, co. Sussex, on Mon- 
day, 8 July 1 91 2. Will proved in the 
Principal Registry 6 November 191 2. 

John Lionel Symonds Vidler married 
at the Galle Face Church, Colombo, 
Ceylon, on Monday, 2 March 19 14, 



VIDLER, continued. 

Dorothea Theophile, 2nd daughter of 
Reginald Walter Macan, D.Litt., Master 
of University College, Oxford. 

Page 97. — The Rev. Arthur Coleman 
Vidler was appointed Rector of Tewin, 
CO. Hertford, July 1912. 

VINCENT. Vol. 14, page 159.— Emilia, 
youngest daughter of George Giles 
Vincent, died at Reading, co. Berks, 
aged 85, on Tuesday, 16 December, 
and was buried there 20 December 1913, 
Will with two codicils dated 2 January 
1900, proved in the Principal Registry 
30 January 19 14, by Charles Worsley 
Vincent and Georgina Mary Bedford. 

WALKER. Vol. 15, page 53.— Arthur 
Edward Walker is now of Blyth Lodge, 
Carew Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex. 

Page 54. — Cecil Norman Walker died 
at 25 Charles Road, St. Leonard 's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, 8 June, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Ore, co. Sussex, 12 
June 191 2. Will dated 9 January 1909, 
proved in the Principal Registry 19 
August 191 2, by Arthur Edward Walker 
and Irene M., wife of Edwin Bartlett. 

WALSINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 21.— 
George de Grey was employed with the 
West African Frontier Force 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1909 to 14 January 191 2 ; promoted 
Captain Norfolk Regiment 1 September 
1912, and Adjutant 28 November 1913. 
Margaret Henrietta, 2nd daughter of 
the Hon'''* John Augustus de Grey, was 
married at St. George's, Campden Hill, 
Kensington, London, on Saturday, 20 
July 1912, to Bethell Godefroy Bonwens, 
only son of Colonel Henry Lambart 
Bonwens, R.H.A. 

Page 22.— The Hon"* Alfred Chet- 
wynd-Talbot died at Holyhead, co. 
Anglesey, aged 65, on Friday, 9 May, 
and was buried at Little Gaddesden, 
CO. Hertford, on Tuesday, 13 May 19 13. 
The Hon'^''= Emily Augusta Louisa 
his wife, eldest daughter of Thomas, 
Baron Walsingham, was born at 23 
Arlington Street, London, 18 March 
1852 ; died at Little Gaddesden House 
on Friday, 26 January, and was buried 
at Little Gaddesden on Tuesday, 30 
January 191 2. 

Page 23 {and Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page xxxvii) — Nigel and Florence 
Emily Frances de Grey have issue a 
son, John de Grey, born 22 December 
191 1. 



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WARDE. Vol. 4, page 60.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Arthur Madan Warde, 
R.A., died on Sunday, 21 April, and 
was buried at Westerham, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 25 April 1912. 

Dorothy Louisa, 2nd daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Charles Arthur Madan 
Warde, was married at Westerham on 
Wednesday, 10 April 191 2, to Harold 
Streatfeild, youngest son of the Rev. 
William Champion Streatfeild of Charts 
Edge, CO. Kent. 

WARWICK. Vol. 15, page 15 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xlvii.) — Lord 
and Lady Brooke have further issue a 
son, Richard Francis Maynard Greville, 
born on Friday, 4 July, baptised at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 
on Friday, 1 August 1913. Lord Brooke 
commanded the 2nd Cavalry Brigade, 
Canada, in 1913. 

Page 16. — Charles Henry Greville 
was promoted Lieutenant Grenadier 
Guards 27 July 1912, and appointed 
A.D.C. to Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief, Gibraltar, 15 August 19 13. 

George Gordon Francis Greville 
entered the Royal Artillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 19 July 1912. 

The Hon'''' Sir Sidney Robert Greville 
was created K.C.V.O. i January 191 2. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page 112. — Grace 
Georgina, 5th daughter of the Rev. 
James Watney, was married at Christ 
Church, Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 8 July 19 14, to Robert 
Ernest Earls Carleton, eldest son of 
John Aickin Carleton of Ligoniel, 
Penge, co. Surrey. 

WEBB. Vol. 8, page 11.— Major William 
Wilfred Webb died at The Hermitage, 
Exeter, co. Devon, aged 53, on Satur- 
day, 18 November, and was buried at 
Colyton, CO. Devon, 21 November 191 1. 
Will dated 29 September igii, proved 
in the Principal Registry 30 April 191 2, 
by Anna Claire Webb, relict. 

Archibald Wilfrid Tisdall Webb, 
Lieutenant Bombay Political Service, 
married 24 December 191 1, Minnie 
Ethel, daughter of Matthew Morris of 
the Indian Police. They have issue a 
son, Archibald William Morris Webb, 
born 25 October 19 12 ; and a daughter, 
Mavis Claire Morris, born 20 November 

1913- 

Gerald Vernon Tisdall Webb entered 
the Hampshire Regiment as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant II October 191 1. 



WEBBER. Vol. 4, page 160. — Edith 
Marjorie, 3rd daughter of Henry 
Webber of Greenfields, Horley, co. 
Surrey, was married at St. George's, 
Penang, Straits Settlements, on Monday, 

14 July 19 1 3, to Samuel George Oswald 
Dalminter Palk, son of John William 
Palk of Newton Abbot, co. Devon. 

WELDON. Vol. 3, page 40. — William 
Henry Weldon was appointed Clarenceux 
King of Arms and Principal Herald of 
the South, East and West parts of 
England, 15 September 191 1. His wife 
Georgina died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 76, on Sunday, 11 January, and 
was buried at Mayfield, co. Sussex, 

15 January 19 14. 

WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 34. — Charles 
Caesar Welnian died at Hampton Wick, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 73, on Tuesday, 
3 February, and was buried at St. 
Thomas', Fulham, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 7 February 19 14. 

Arthur Joseph \\'elman died in Lon- 
don, aged 43, on Sunday, 13 July 1913, 
and was buried at St. Thomas', Fulham. 

Page 36. — Gerard Wilfred Welman 
died at Greystoke, Torquay, co. Devon, 
aged 59, on Saturday, 2 August, and 
was buried at Lanherne, co. Cornwall, 
on Wednesday, 6 August 1913. 

Gilbert Molesworth Welman, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy, was drowned in 
Submarine A 7 (of which he was in 
command) in Whitsand Bay, off Ply- 
mouth, CO. Devon, on Friday, 16 
January 19 14. 

WESCOMBE. Vol. 14, page 179 — 
Henry Wescombe died, aged 58, 20 July 
1914, and was buried in St. James' 
Cemetery, Taunton, co. Somerset. M.L 
Sarah Gertrude Mary, eldest daughter 
of Henry Wescombe, and wife of Wilfred 
Bishop Daniel, died, aged 31, 30 
August 1913, and was buried in St. 
James' Cemetery, Taunton, co. Somerset. 
Page I So. — Elizabeth, youngest 
daughter of Richard Levi Wescombe, 
died at Rowbarton, co. Somerset, aged 
47, 7 October, and was buried in St. 
James' Cemetery, Taunton, 10 October 

1913- 
Page 181. — Emma, daughter of 

Richard Wescombe, and wife of James 
Williams, was born 2 1 \iiot 1 5] August 
■835- 



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ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



WESTMORLAND. Page 8i of present 
volume. — Lady Enid Victoria Rachel, 
elder daughter of the Earl of Westmor- 
land, was married at the parish church, 
Scarborough, co. York, on Tuesday, 25 
August 1 9 14, to the Hon'^''^ Henry Cecil 
Vane, eldest son of Henry de Vere, 
Baron Barnard of Barnard Castle, co. 
Durham ; born at 6 Hereford Gardens, 
Westminster, on Tuesday, 19 September 
1882; educated at Eton; formerly 
Captain 3rd Volunteer Battalion 
Durham Light Infantry and Lieutenant 
Shropshire Yeomanry; A.D.C. to the 
Governor of Madras 1903-1907. 

WHELER. Vol. 8, page 84.— Dorothy, 
only daughter of Colonel Charles Stuart 
Wheler, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, on Wednes- 
day, 21 May 1913, to Gerald B. Deakin. 

WHELER. Vol. 9, page 15. — Mary 
Glynne, younger daughter of William 
Alfred Wheler, was married at Peterston- 
super-Ely, co. Glamorgan, on Monday, 
27 April 1914, to the Rev. John 
Augustus Kirby (only son of John 
Kirby of Stamford Bridge, co. York) ; 
born 21 March 1888; M.A. of Hertford 
College, Oxford, 191 1. 

WHITAKER. Vol. 10, page 163.— 
The Rev. Arthur Lionel Whitaker was 
appointed Rector of Upper Helmsley 
and Vicar of Gate Helmsley, co. York, 
1 April 1914. 

Noel Ralph Whitaker was transferred 
to the Royal Fusiliers 6 December 
1912. 

WHITBY. Vol. 6, page 57. — Charles 
^Vhitby married at St. Luke's, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex, 16 April 1913, 
Maud Mary, daughter of the Rev. 
William Joseph Smith, Vicar of St. 
John's, Kilburn, co. Middlesex. 

WHITE. Vol. 14, page III. — Thomas 
Henry Watson died at 5 Akenside 
Road, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
aged 73, on Monday, 13 January, and 
was buried in the churchyard of the 
parish church, Hampstead, on Friday, 
17 January 19 13. 

WHITTINGHAM. Vol. 8, page 47. 
The Rev. George Gustavus Napier 
Whittingham was appointed Vicar of 
St. Silas' Mission Church, Kentish 
Town, London, 21 February 1913. 



WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— 
Leonora Emma, only daughter of 
Henry Lewis Wickham, and widow of 
Herbert Crompton Herries, died at 53 
^Varwick Square, London, aged 78, on 
Thursday, 14 March, and was buried at 
Underriver, co. Kent, 19 March 1912. 

WIGAN. Vol. 13, page 125. — Marie 
Cecile, wife of Edward Alfred Wigan, 
died at St. Moritz, Engadine, Switzer- 
land, on Thursday, ig February, and 
was buried on Wednesday, 25 February 
1914. 

Page 131. — Emma Louise, wife of 
Michael Charles Wigan, died at 7 Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 55, 
on Saturday, 21 December, and was 
buried at Fryerning, co. Essex, on 
Tuesday, 24 December 191 2. 

Page 139. — Constance Helen, youngest 
daughter of Sir Frederick Wigan, Baronet, 
was married at Christ Church, East 
Sheen, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 4 De- 
cember 19 13, to the Rev. Francis 
Nathaniel Hill (son of Thomas Hill); 
born at Paddington, London, 10 Decem- 
ber 1858 ; educated at Bedford and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 8 
October 1878, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1888; 
Chaplain Bombay Ecclesiastical Estab- 
lishment 1886-1907, at Malabar Hill 
1886-93, Garrison Chaplain at Bombay 
1887-91, Domestic Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Bombay 1892-93, and i8g6 
1907, Senior Presidency Chaplain, 
Bombay, 1891-1904, at Aden, Arabia, 
1905-1906. 

WILBERFORCE. Vol. 16, page 118. 
\Villiam Basil Wilberforce died at Mark- 
ington Hall, co. York, aged 63, on 
Tuesday, 7 October, and was buried at 
Bishops' Thornton, co. York, 1 1 October 

1913- 
Page 121. — Robert Francis Wilber- 
force married at the Oratory, Brompton, 
CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, i July 
1 9 14, Hope Elizabeth, eldest daughter 
of Schuyler Neilson Warren of New 
York, U.S.A. 

Page 122. — Edward Wilberforce died 
at 34 Cornwall Gardens, Gloucester 
Road, Kensington, London, aged 79, 
on Wednesday, 7 January, and was 
buried at East Farleigh, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 10 January 1914. 

Page 123. — Herbert William Wrang- 
ham Wilberforce was appointed 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate March 
1914. 



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WILBERFORCE, continued. 

Page 124. — Reginald Garton Wilber- 
force died at Bramlands, Henfield, co. 
Sussex, aged 75, on Monday, 19 Jan- 
uary, and was buried at Woodmancote, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 22 January 
1914. 

Page 125. — The Rev. Francis Richard 
Wilberforce was appointed Rector of 
Scorborough with Leconfield and Arram, 
East Riding, co. York, 191 1. 

WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128.— Eveline 
Irene, youngest daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Beaufoy Wilder, was married at 
Sulham, co. Berks, on Thursday, 15 
February 19 12, to Edmund George 
Cattell Hawes of Edradour, Walton-on- 
Thames, co. Surrey, and of Paraguay, 
South America. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. I, page 41.- The 
Rev. Leonard Alfred Williams was 
appointed Curate-in-Charge of Merifield, 
Antony, co. Cornwall, 19 11. 

Page 42 {and Addenda, Vol. i^, 

'page xxxi.) — Bertram Leopold and 

Vera Mary Williams have further issue 

a son, Claude Martin Williams, born 

21 January 191 1. 

Page 42. — Sir Frederick William 
Williams, 5th Baronet, died at Rue 
Rochefoucauld, Paris, on Thursday, 
2 October 19 13. 

Page 43. — Lionel Arthur Williams, 
Captain Reserve of Officers, died at 
Bude, CO. Cornwall, on Friday, 1 7 
February 1 9 1 1 . 

WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. Vol. 
8, page 39. — The Rev. the Hon'''' 
Walter Robert Vemey died in London 
on Monday, 21 October, and was buried 
at Lighthorne, co. Warwick, on Friday, 
25 October 1912. 

Reynell Henry Vemey was promoted 
Lieutenant Army Service Corps 28 May 
1913- 

WILSON. Vol. I, page 177. — Albert 
Edward Jacob Wilson, Captain North- 
umberland Fusiliers, was transferred to 
the Somerset Light I