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

" Grove Park Press" 

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EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOL. 19 



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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



PAGE 

Barnard . . . 153, 160 

Bolton 10 

Burdett, Baronet . . .107 

BURROUGHES . . -13 

Cazalet of Fairlawne, co. 

Kent i 

Corder . 133, 134, 137, 144 

Cross of Shrewsbury, co. Salop 191 

Denne 187 

Douglas of Salwarpe, co. 

Worcester . . . 177 

Farnham of Quorndon, co. 

Leicester . . . .116 
Ficklin of Tasburgh Hall, 

co. Norfolk . . .148 

Firth 97 

Fripp . . . . 151 

Good of Aston Court, co. 

Worcester . . . .48 
Goodman, formerly of Leighton 

Buzzard, co. Bedford . .102 
Gower of Glandovan, co. 

Pembroke . . . 50 

Haversham, Baron 20 

Holmes of Gawdy Hall, co. 

Norfolk, and of Fressing- 

field, co. Suffolk . . . 204 
Jackson . . . -91 

Jex-Blake of Swanton Abbots, 

co. Norfolk . . -37 

Landon . . S3, 54, 60 

Lombe of Bylaugh Park and 

of Melton Hall, both co. 

Norfolk .... 85 



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Madan . . . . -3° 
Nelson of Holme-next-the-Sea, 



co. Norfolk • 
Parmoor, Baron . 
Penny, formerly of Sherborne, 

co. Dorset .... 
Pytches of Melton, co. 

Suffolk .... 
Rushbrooke of Rushbrooke, 

co. Suffolk .... 
Scott of Great Barr, co. 

Stafford, Baronet 
Staples of The Old Hall, 

Spondon, co. Derby . 
Suckling of Barsham, co. 

Suffolk .... 
Surtees of Redworth, co. 

Durham .... 
Surtees of Mainsforth Hall, 

co. Durham 
Tarleton of Breakspears, 

Uxbridge, co. Middlesex 
Tennyson -D'Eyncourt of 

Bayons Manor, co. Lincoln 93 



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Turney 
Walker 
Woollcombe of Hemerdon 

co. Devon . 
YVoollcombe-Adams of Anstey 

Hall, co. Warwick 
Wolseley, Viscountess . 
Worthington of Hillesdon 

Leek, co. Stafford 
Zetland, Marquess of . 



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76 

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166 



LIST OF PLATES. 



Book-plate " William Marshall Cazalet of Fairlawn 
1902" ....... 

Armorial Bearings of Baron Haversham 

Portrait of the Very Rev. Thomas William Jex- Blake 
D.D., Dean of Wells .... 

Armorial Bearings of Viscountess Wolseley 

Portrait of Thomas Goodman . . » 

Portrait of Carolina, wife of Thomas Goodman 

Armorial Bearings of Baron Parmoor . 

Book-plate "Philip Berney Ficklin, Tasburgh 
Norfolk" 

Armorial Bearings of the Marquess of Zetland 



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^efctgrees 







Cablet of JFatrlatone, 
to. ^ent 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure a castle triple-towered argent between 
two fleur-de-lis in chief and a boar passant 
in base or. 

Crest. — A casque and in front thereof a 
tilting-spear fessways all proper. 

Motto. — Spero meliora. 



Peter Clement Cazalet of 18 Lewes= 
Crescent, Brighton, co. Sussex 
(eldest son of Noah Cazalet of 
St. Petersburg, Russia, by 
Charlotte his ist wife, dau. of 
John Moore of Surrey Street, 
Portsmouth, co. Hants) ; born 
at St. Petersburg 14 November, 
bapt. there n December 1785; 
Russian Consul at Brighton ; died 
at sea 6 July, bur. in Volchoff 
Cemetery, St. Petersburg, 11 July 
1859. Will dated 25 June 1859, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 590, 59) 5 
October 1859, by the Rev. George 
Searle Ebsworth and the Rev. 
William Meade. 



=01ympia (his cousin), 
dau. of Peter Cazalet 
of Halstead Place, co. 
Kent, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of James Langston 
(formerly Haughton), 
of Sarsden House, co. 
Oxford ; born in London 
in 1788 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Bloomsbury, 
London, 30 March 
1 81 8 ; died at Kemp 
Town, Brighton, 31 
January 1848, buried 
at South Holm wood, 
Dorking, co. Surrey. 



Rev. George Searle Ebsworth of Holly=j=Sarah Marianne, 
Bank, Hollington Park, co. Sussex bom at Kensing- 



ton of Thomas Ebsworth of 66 Cole 
man Street, London) ; educated at 
St. Paul's School, London, admitted 
13 October 1823, aged 8, and at 
Clare College, Cambridge (Pauline 
Exhibitioner, 1833), B.A. (28th 
Wrangler) 1837, M.A. 1840 ; Curate 
of Hoxton, co. Middlesex, 1838-40, 
of Brighton 1840-42 ; Vicar of 
Ilkeston, co. Derby, 1842-63, and of 
Croxton Kerrial, co. Leicester, 1863 
-82 ; died at Holly Bank, Hollington 
Park, 30 October 1894, bur. at 
Hollington. Will dated 21 May 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 1175, 94) 
31 December 1894, by George 
Clement Ebsworth, the Rev. Algernon 
Frederic Ebsworth, and Edward 
Henry Ebsworth, sons. /t\ 



ton, London, 
31 January 18 19 ; 
marr.atSt.Nicho- 
las,' Brighton, 5 
July 1843 ; died 
6 April 1890, bur. 
at Hollington. 



Rev. Charles Augustus^ 
Halson ; of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844; 
Curate of Enfield, co. 
Middlesex, 1849 J died 
at St. Stephen's Villas, 
Shepherd's Bush, co. 
Middlesex, 10 No- 
vember 1859, bur. at 
Arreton, Isle of Wight. 
Will dated 10 May 
1858, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 27, 60) 10 Jan- 
uary i860, by Olympia 
Maria Halson, relict. 



=01ympia Maria, 
born 14 April 
1820; marr. at 
St. James', West- 
minster, 9 Jan- 
uary 1849 ; died 
at Stickworth, 
near Arreton, 17 
January 1892, 
bur. at Arreton. 
Will dated 1 1 
February 1888, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 927, 92) 
2 1 September 
1892, by Arthur 
Harbottle Est- 
court and Ar- 
thur Sotheron 
Estcourt. 



A 



Fanny, born William Clement Cazalet of Grenehurst,= 

at St. Peters- co. Surrey ; born 14 February 1823 ; 

burg 16 June Captain West Surrey Militia ; died at 

1821, bapt. Grenehurst 17 November 1890, bur. at 

there; died Holmwood. Will dated 10 February 

8 February 1890, with three codicils dated 24 April, 

1823, bur. at 31 May and 9 November 1890, proved 

Holmwood. (Prin. Reg., 16, 91) 9 January 1891, 

by Edward Henry Ebsworth, William 

Dawes Freshfield, and Henry Bacon, 

nephews. 



=Emmeline Agnes, dau. of Colonel 
William Fawcett of the 60th Foot, by 
Agnes his wife, dau. of W. Wickham of 
North Lodge, Frome, co. Somerset ; born 
at Mendip Lodge, co. Somerset, 17 Sep- 
tember 1837 ; marr. at St. James', Padding- 
ton, London, 10 June 1856 ; died at 
Tanhurst, Dorking, 10 April 19 10, bur. 
at Holmwood. Will dated 15 May 1896, 
with codicil dated 20 June 1903, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 698, 10) 2 May 1910, by Henry 
Bacon, nephew. 



Rev. Francis Bacon of Much Hadham Hall, co. Hertford 1 
(younger son of Nicholas Bacon and grandson of Sir 
Edmund Bacon, 8th and 9th Baronet); born 17 
February 1824; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849; Vicar of Hundleby, co. 
Lincoln, 1860-63; died at Much Hadham 28 June 
1882, and buried there. Will dated 21 November 
1872, with codicil dated 24 June 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 604, 82) 2 August 1882, by Caroline Cecilia 
Bacon, relict, and Edward Cazalet, brother-in-law. 



A 



=Caroline Cecilia, born at Hoddesdon, 
co. Hertford, 23 March 1825 ; marr. 
at St. Nicholas', Brighton, co. Sussex, 
19- June 1855; died at Bad Nauheim, 
Germany, 6 October 1897, bur. at 
Much Hadham. Will dated 18 Jan- 
uary 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 1182, 
97) 8 November 1897, by the Rev. 
Reginald Cazalet Bacon and Henry 
Bacon. 



John Horsley Palmer of Broomhill, Wormley, co. Surrey (eldest son= 
of John Carrington Palmer of Mixbury House, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John Lowis of Plean, co. Stirling) ; born at 
21 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, London, 7 July, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 10 July 1847 ; educated at 
Repton ; an East India Merchant ; Master of the Worshipful Company 
of Mercers 1901-1902 ; Chairman of the Governors of St. Paul's 
School 1901-1902; died at Broomhill, Witley, co. Surrey, aged 67, 
on Monday, 20 July, bur. in the churchyard at Witley on Thursday, 
23 July 1914. 



=Agnes Lilian, born 
at St. Petersburg 21 
February 1857, bapt. 
there ; marr. at Capel, 
co. Surrey (by her 
great-uncle, the Rev. 
Edmund Dawe Wick- 
ham), on Thursday, 
30 September 1879. 



Elfrida Mary, born at St. 
Petersburg 12 March, bapt. 
there 21 July 1858. 



Theodora, born at St. Peters- 
burg 12 July, bapt. there 23 
July 1859. 



Madeline, born at St. Peters- 
burg 15 September i860, bapt. 
there 2 March 1861. 



Henry Ellis Dobson (2nd son of Charles Dobson of Broome=pConstance Olympia, of Way Close, 



Park, Betchworth, co. Surrey, by Julia his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Clementson) ; born at Westbourne Terrace, London, 
2 May, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Westbourne Terrace, 13 June 
1855 ; died at Way Close, Reigate, co. Surrey, aged 52, on 
Wednesday, 11 December 1907, bur. in the cemetery at 
Reigate. 



Reigate ; born at Sydenham, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 4 November 
1864, bapt. there ; marr. at Capel 
(by her great-uncle, the Rev. 
Edmund Dawe Wickham) on 
Wednesday, 14 January 1885. 



A 



Rev. William Meade of Binegar, co. Somerset (2nd son of the Rev.= 
Richard John Meade, Canon Residentiary of Wells, and Vicar of Castle 
Cary, co. Somerset) ; born at Norton St. Philips, co. Somerset, 7 January 
1821; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 14 June 1839, B.A. (3rd-class 
Lit. Hum.) 1843, M.A. 1847; Curate of Walton, co. Somerset, 1844-50; 
Rector of Binegar 185 1 till death; died at 16 The Circus, Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 72, on Saturday, 22 April 1893, bur. at Binegar. Will dated 
22 June 1892, with two codicils dated 18 March and 13 April 1893, 
proved at Wells 3 August 1893, by Margaret Eugenia Meade, relict, 
and Edward Cazalet Meade, son. He married 2ndly at Ston Easton, co. 
Somerset, 16 April 1863, Charlotte Mary, 2nd dau. of John Hippisley, F.R.S., 
of Ston Easton; and 3rdly at St. Andrew's, Bath, in 1892, Margaret Eugenia, 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Hayes, formerly Rector of Staunton, co. Worcester. 



Charlotte, born 
3 1 October 1826; 
married at St. 
Nicholas', Brigh- 
ton, co. Sussex, 
19 June 1855; 
died at Lewes 
Crescent, Brigh- 
ton, on Tuesday, 
27 March i860, 
bur. at Holm- 
wood, co. Surrey. 
1 st wife. 



A 



Frederick Lawrence Rawson of Barwell Court, Chessington, co.= 
Surrey (son of Sir Rawson William Rawson, K.C. M.G., C.B., 
Governor-in-Chief of the Windward Islands, by Marianne Sophia 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. the Hon ble Henry Ward, Rector of 
Killinchy, co. Down); born at Cape Torre, South Africa, 27 July 
1859, bapt. there; educated at Westminster School, admitted 23 
January 1873; Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 
Assoc. M.Inst. C.E. 



=Evelyn Trevelyan, born 
at Malvern College, co. 
Worcester, 3 1 December 
1865, bapt. there; marr. 
at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 18 
February 1890. 



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Clement Haughton Langston Cazalet of Whitehall Court,=Gertrude Violet, dau. of Hugh 
Westminster; born at Bearehurst, Holmwood, co. Surrey, Rosebury of Melbourne, South 
16 July 1869; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Australia; marr. at St. George's, 
Michaelmas Term 1887; temporary Captain in the Army Hanover Square, London, n 
22 February 1915, formerly Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Royal December 1900. 
West Surrey Regiment. 



Florence Violet 
(twin with Hilda 
Beatrice), born 
at Bearehurst, 
Holmwood, on 
Thursday, 2 1 No- 
vemben872,bapt. 
at Holmwood. 



Hilda Beatrice (twin 
with Florence Vio- 
let), born at Beare- 
hurst, Holmwood, 
on Thursday, 2 1 
November 1872, 
bapt. at Holmwood. 



Edward Henry Clementson of= 
Upper Lostiford, Wonersh, co. 
Surrey (2nd son of General 
Charles Doxat Clementson of the 
Indian Staff Corps, and of Wal- 
thamstow, Ootacamund, Madras 
Presidency, by Annie Frederica 
Beck his wife, of Cape Town) ; 
born at Bellary, India, 12 October 
1853 ; educated at the Royal 
EngineeringCollege, Cooper's Hill, 
co. Middlesex ; died at Upper 
Lostiford, Wonersh, aged 54, 
2 November, bur. at Wonersh 
6 November 1907. 



=Irene Gwendoline, 
born at Grene- 
hurst, Dorking, co. 
Surrey, on Friday, 
n August 1876, 
bapt. at Capel, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at 
Rangoon, Burmah, 
12 December 1897. 



Edward Cazalet of Fairlawne, co. Kent ; born at= 
Brighton 9 November 1827, bapt. there; educated 
at St. Petersburg; J. P. and D.L. for co. Kent; 
purchased Fairlawne in 1872 ; died at Constantinople 
21 April 1883, bur. at Shipbourne, co. Kent. Will 
dated 23 July 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 487, 83) 
5 June 1883, by Elizabeth Sutherland Cazalet, relict, 
James Archibald Marshall, Edward Henry Ebsworth, 
nephew, and James Lawrence Boyd. 




=Elizabeth Sutherland, dau. and heiress of 
William Marshall, Danish Consul-General 
for Scotland, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of James Miller of Leith, co. 
Midlothian and sister of Sir William 
Miller, 1st Baronet ; born at Leith 
5 October 1837, and bapt. there; marr. 
at 93 Constitution Street, Leith, 15 
March i860 ; died at Fairlawne 7 June 
1888, bur. at Shipbourne. Will dated 
12 August 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1038, 88) 14 December 1888, by William 
Marshall Cazalet, son. 



I 



William Marshall Cazalet of Fairlawne, of 19 Grosvenor Square,=pMaud Lucia Heron, dau. of 



London, and of Villa Liserb, Cimiez, Nice, France ; born 
at Peterhof, Russia, 8 July 1865, bapt. at St. Petersburg; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1885, B.A. 1889; 
Lieutenant West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry ; J.P. and D.L. for 
co. Kent, High Sheriff 1900; Lord of the Manor of Shipbourne. 




a/^cJ-oJ^ 



Sir John Heron-Maxwell, 7th 
Baronet, by Caroline Harri- 
ette his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Richard Howard-Brooke of 
Castle Howard, co. Wicklow ; 
born at The Mumbles, 
Swansea, co. Glamorgan, 9 
June 1867, bapt. at Ankle 
Macadam, Ovoca, co. Wick- 
low ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 20 
July 1893. 



Edward Cazalet, born at 4 
Whitehall Gardens, West- 
minster, 13 May 1894, bapt. 
at Shipbourne ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated in 
1913; 2nd Lieutenant 5th 
Battalion The Buffs (East 
Kent Territorial Regiment) 
17 November 19 14, Lieu- 
tenant 1 June 1 91 5 ; trans- 
ferred as 2nd Lieutenant 
17 February 1916, to 2nd 
Battalion Welsh Guards. 



Victor Alexander Cazalet, 
born at 4 Whitehall 
Gardens, Westminster, 27 
December 1896, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (Queen Victoria 
stood sponsor) ; educated 
at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant 
West Kent Yeomanry 
11 August 19 1 5 ; trans- 
ferred to 1st Life Guards 
15 January 19 16. 



Thelma, born 
at 4 Whitehall 
Gardens, West- 
minster, on 
Sunday, 28 May 
1899, bapt. at 
Shipbourne. 



Peter Victor Ferdi- 
nand Cazalet, born 
at 19 Grosvenor 
Square, London, 15 
January igo7,bapt.at 
Shipbourne (Queen 
Victoria Eugenia of 
Spain, and King 
Ferdinand and 
Queen Marie of 
Rou mania stood 
sponsors). 




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HUlfeer. 



Arms. — Or on a chevron sable three garbs of the first. 
Crest. — A greyhound sejant. 
Motto. — Semper vigilans. 



Charles Walker of Seymour House, Jubilee Place, Chelsea, = 
co. Middlesex (son of Richard Walker of Maidstone, co. 
Kent, by Jane his wife) ; bapt. at All Saints', Maidstone, 
15 June 1768; Attorney, admitted 4 February 1789; 
Freeman of the City of London December 1816; died at 
Chelsea, aged 88, on Tuesday, 21 October, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 28 October 1856. Will dated 30 De- 
cember 1854, proved (P.C.C. 960, 56) 1 December 1856, 
by Benjamin Lawrence and Robert George Smith. He 
married 2ndly at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 22 July 1820, Sarah 
Carter, who died s.p. at 5 Pembridge Gardens, Notting Hill, 
co. Middlesex, 28 January 1859. Adrnon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 21 May 1859, to Arthur Hemsley, 
nephew. 



=Sarah, dau. of 
John Chorleyj 
and widow of 
Colonel Hughes; 
marr. at Chatham, 
co. Kent, in Jan- 
uary 1805 ; died 
14 June 1816. 
1st wife. 



Charles John Walker, born at Chelsea 25 December 1806,= 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 20 May 1807 ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford ; Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple ; 
Magistrate of Van Dieman's Land (now Tasmania) ; died at 
Blairgowrie, South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia, 18 February 
1870, bur. in the cemetery at St. Kilda, Melbourne. AdrSon 
(with will dated 18 May 1869) was granted (Prin. Reg., 
698, 70) 25 October 1870, to Frederick Augustus Du Croz 
and Henry Wilson Demain Saunders, the attorneys of 
Harriett Kent Walker, relict. 



=Harriett Kent, dau. of Thomas 
Cole of Boisland Hall, Norwich, 
co. Norfolk ; born at Boisland 
Hall, Norwich, 21 March 18 19; 
marr. at Launceston, Tasmania, 
n July 1837; died at Prahran, 
Victoria, Australia, 5 January 
1894, bur. in the cemetery at 
St. Kilda, Melbourne. 



Charles Augustus Walker, born at Westbury, Tasmania, 1 
18 June 1838, bapt. there; died at Geelong, Victoria, 
Australia, 1 April, bur. at Kew, Victoria, 3 April 1907. 




Catharine, dau. of William Turner 
of Huddersfield, co. York, by 
Eliza his wife, dau. of Joshua 
Stott ; born at Huddersfield 26 
April 1848, bapt. at the parish 
church, Huddersfield ; marr. at 
St. John's, Launceston, Tasmania, 
5 February 1870. 



Edwin Brown Primrose of Rushworth, Victoria,- 
Australia (eldest son of Ebenezer Brown 
Primrose, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Marshall) ; born at Richmond, Victoria, 14 June 
1856. A, 



Ketha Clarisse, born at Launceston, Tasmania, 
31 December 187 1, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Launceston ; marr. at St. John's, Launceston, 
18 October 1892. 



Herbert Frederic Walker, born at=j=Eleanor Seaflower, dau. of Henry Bardolph Connew, 



Westbury, Tasmania, 31 December 
1839; died 11 February 1880, bur. 
at sea, off the Sandheads, Bay of 
Bengal. 



Captain Royal Marines, by Mary Ann Matilda his wife, 
dau. of Robert Kerr; born at sea 11 November 1853; 
marr. at Calcutta, India, 13 February 1872. 



John Horatio Lindquist (son of William 
Lindquist of co. Dorset, by Maria his 
wife, dau. of William Dyer) ; born at 
Calcutta 10 April 187 1, bapt. at St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta ; Branch Pilot, 
Bengal Pilot Service. 



=Ethel May, born at Cachar, 
India, 15 May, bapt. there 
26 July 1873 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Calcutta, 16 April 
1894. 



Gertrude Alice, born 
at Sylhet, India, 30 
November 1874, bapt. 
there ; died at Calcutta 
30 December 1875, bur. 
there the next day. 



William Adcock (son= 
of the Rev. Joseph 
Adcock, by Hannah 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Greenfield); 
born in 1852. 



=Ellen Louisa, born at 
Westbury, Tasmania, 
1 January 1843 > 
marr. at Hawksburn, 
Melbourne, Australia, 
30 September 1886. 



George Eyre-Giderson of= 
Prahran, Victoria, Australia 
(son of Henry Giderson) ; 
born 27 January 1846 ; 
died at St. Kilda, Mel- 
bourne, 6 May, bur. in 
Brighton Cemetery,Victoria, 
8 May 1910. /\ 



=Fanny Harriett, born 
at Launceston, Tas- 
mania, 16 February 
1846 ; marr. at 
Richmond, Victoria, 
4 March 1873. 



Charles William Dan vers -Walker of= 
Sutton, co. Surrey ; born at Rostella, 
Launceston, Tasmania, 29 September, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Launceston, 
in October 1873 ; educated at 
Launceston Church Grammar School, 
Tasmania ; Associate of the Chartered 
Institute of Secretaries ; assumed the 
additional name of Danvers by Deed 
Poll dated 27 March 191 2. 



=Lilian, youngest dau. of Frederick Charles Danvers of 
The Park, Addlestone, co. Surrey, Registrar and 
Superintendent of Records in the India Office, by 
Louisa his wife, 2nd dau. of Elias Mocatta of 
London; born at Ealing, co. Middlesex, 25 December 
1874, bapt. at Christ Church, Ealing, 19 May 1875; 
marr. at Addlestone on Saturday, 31 August 1901. 

(See Pedigree of Danvers, Vol. 8, page 63, and 
Addenda, Vol. p, page v.) 



Aubrey Charles Danvers Danvers -Walker, born 
at 50 Egmont Road, Sutton, on Friday, 
9 December 1904, bapt. at All Saints', Benhilton, 
co. Surrey, 15 January 1905. 



Cyril Frederick Danvers Danvers -Walker, 
born at Wyuna, Belmont, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 11 October, bapt. at All Saints', 
Benhilton, 18 November 1906. 



Frederic Walker born at=f=Eva Isabella, dau. of Henry Bardolph Connew, Captain Royal 
rinkie. Launceston Tas- Mirm« k„ A/To,., a h/t_».:ij- u:_ -r , ',. ~ r , _ ' 



Pinkie, Launceston, Tas 
mania, 6 November 1847, 
bapt. at Launceston. 



Wilfred Percy Walker, 
born at Brighton, Aus- 
tralia, in 1879, bapt. 
there ; died at St. 
Kilda, Melbourne, 

Australia, in 1880, bur. 
there. 



Marines, by Mary Ann Matilda his wife, dau. of Robert Kerr ■ 
born at Calcutta, India, 28 October 1858, bapt. there; marr. at 
Calcutta in 1877 ; died at Dibrugarh, Assam, India, and bur. there. 



Frederic Percy Walker,=plris Mary Constance, dau. of Arthur 



born at Calcutta 17 
November 1882, bapt. 
there; Deputy-Commis- 
sioner of Police, 
Calcutta. 



Madgewick Good of Highgate, co. Middle- 
sex, by Jessie Louisa his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Benjamin Foley ; born at Highgate 
4 April 1886, bapt. there; marr. at St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, 24 November 
1911. 



Betty Constance Josephine, born at 
Calcutta 1 6 September, bapt. at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, Calcutta, 8 November 191 2. 



Nina Blanche Myrtle, born at Nelli Nelli, India, 8 February 1892 
bapt. there; marr. at Golaghat, Assam, 30 October 1912, Charles 
Lestock- Wilkin. = 



Two other children 
died in infancy. 



Herbert Frederick^ 
Walker, born at 
Rostella, Launces- 
ton, Tasmania, 17 
May, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Launceston, 
in June 1875 '> 
educated at Laun- 
ceston Church 
Grammar School, 
Tasmania, and at 
Edinburgh Uni- 
versity ; L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S.Edin.1903, 
L.F.P.S.Glas. 1903. 



=Annie Lynch, dau. 
of Alexander Fraser 
of Edinburgh, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Smith; 
born in London 31 
August 1875, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Ken- 
nington, co. Surrey; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Edinburgh, 20 Oc- 
tober 1903. 



Catharine Doreen, 
born at Launceston 
13 August 1904, 
bapt. at Cullens- 
wood, Tasmania. 



Cyril Turner Walker, 
born at Rostella, 
Launceston, 8 April 
1877, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Launceston ; 
educated at Laun- 
ceston Church 
Grammar School, 
Tasmania, and at 
Edinburgh Univer- 
sity ; B. Sc. Edin. ; 
Assoc. M. Inst.C.E. 



=Doris, younger dau. of Richard 
Anderson of Kilham, co. York, 
and of Melbourne, by Mary 
Jane his wife, eldest dau. of 
John Keep of Sydney, New 
South Wales, and of Broughton 
Hall, Leichhardt, Sydney; born 
31 May, bapt. at All Souls', 
Leichhardt, in June 1887 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's Garrison 
Church, Colombo, Ceylon, 22 
April 191 1 ; died at Coonor, 
India, 28 June 1916. 



Richard Turner Walker, born at Secunderabad, 
Hyderabad, India, in September 1914, bapt. there. ' 



Charles Alexander 
Walker, born at St. 
Mary's, Tasmania, 
4 August 1905, 
bapt. at Cullens- 
wood. 



William Turner Walker, 
born at St. Mary's, Tas- 
mania, 20 August 1906, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
St. Mary's, Tasmania. 



Cyril Herbert Walker, 
born at Beechworth, 
Victoria, 7 May 191 1, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Beechworth 



Arthur Kent 
Walker, born 
at Rugby, CO. 
Warwick, 14 
March 1855; 
died at Mel- 
bourne 1 July 
1888, buried 
at St. Kilda, 
Melbourne. 



=Mary Fulford, dau. of the 
Rev. Canon John Watson 
of Melbourne, by Martha 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
John Fulford of Fulford 
Hall, co. Devon ; born 1 
September 1855 ; marr. at 
Coburg, Victoria, 14 De- 
cember 1876 ; marr. 2ndly 
at Ascot Vale, Victoria, 
Colonel Charles Stuart 
Lemarchand. 



Brenton Murray Sheppardqf=Gertrude, born at 



of Brighton, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia (son of Sherbourne 
Sheppard of Clonmore, 
North Road, Victoria, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of 
J. B. Were) ; born at Brigh- 
ton, Victoria, in i860; died 
at Melbourne in 1897, bur. 
at St. Kilda, Melbourne. 



Pinkie, Launceston, 
Tasmania, 21 March 
1857 ; marr. at 
Brighton, Victoria, 
in 1882 ; died at 
Melbourne 5 Jan- 
uary 1894, bur. at 
St. Kilda, Melbourne. 



A 



Edward Arthur Fulford Walker, 
born at Brighton, Victoria, 28 
November 1877, bapt. there. 

A 



Hector Ernest Walker, 
born at Prahran, Vic- 
toria, 13 April 1879. 



Dorothea Elizabeth, 
born at Toorak, 
Victoria, 10 May 
1884. 



Aubrey Turner Walker, born at Rostella,=f=Zoe Irene Dardis, dau. of Joseph Dardis Furlonge 



Launceston, Tasmania, bapt. at St. 

Paul's, Launceston, 18 November 1879 ; 

educated at Launceston Church Grammar 

School, Tasmania, and at Tasmania 

University; called to the Tasmanian Bar | January 1911. 

August 1903 



of Montserrat, West Indies, by Florence Fanny 
his wife, dau. of William Hele ; born at Norwood, 
South Australia, 29 March 1888; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Melbourne East, on Thursday, 26 



Chota Catherine, born 10 February, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, South Brisbane, Queensland, 
2 June 1912. 



Gerald Stuart Eardley-Wilmot (eldest=j=Vera Constance, ■ 
son of Stuart Eardley-Wilmot of bom at Inver- 
Fiona, Launceston, by Rosa Cornelia may, Launceston, 
his wife, dau. of William Stewart 21 October 1880, 
Johnstone of Launceston); born bapt. at St. Paul's, 
at Launceston 15 December 1875, Launceston. 
bapt. at St. John's, Launceston ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Launceston, 
on Tuesday, 7 January 1902 ; died 
at Launceston 12 November 1909. 
1st husband. A\ 



/K 



•William Henry Wake Ridley (eldest 
son of Henry Colborne Maunoir 
Ridley of Champery, Switzerland, by 
Florence Myra his wife, younger dau. 
of Admiral Baldwin Arden Wake) ; 
born 23 March 1887 ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy 15 September 1903, 
Sub-Lieutenant 15 November 1906, 
Lieutenant 15 February 1908, Lieu- 
tenant-Commander January 1916 ; 
marr. at St. Dunstan's, Cheam, co. 
Surrey, 2 January 19 13. 2nd husband. 



t^tW^A^ 



jRusproofee of Busfjbrooke, to. Suffolk. 



Arms. — Sable a fesse between three roses or. 
Crest. — A lion sejant holding in the mouth a rose or. 
Motto. — Fluminus ritu ferimur. 



Albinia Maria,=Major Robert Frederick Brownlow= 

2nd dau. of Rushbrooke of Rushbrooke Park, co. 

Thomas Evans Suffolk (eldest son of Colonel Robert 

of Lyminster, Rushbrooke of Rushbrooke Park, 

co. Sussex; M. P., by Frances his wife, natural dau. 

marr.atLymin- of Sir Charles Davers, baronet); born 

ster on Satur- at Rushbrooke Hall ; educated at 

day, 17 Feb- Charterhouse (admitted 1825), and 

ruary 1844; Eton (admitted 1829); Ensign and 

marriage dis- Lieutenant Scots Fusilier Guards 20 

solved in 1853. July 1830, Lieutenant and Captain 12 

1 st wife. February 1836, Major (retired) ; died, 

aged 56, at Boxford, co. Suffolk, on 

Sunday, 14 August 1870. Will dated 

1 July 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 622, 

70) 12 September 1870, by John 

Thomas Ord, the Rev. Henry John 

Hasted, and Samuel Steward, 



=Violette Emilys 
2nd dau. of 
John Alfred 
Trimmer of 
Haslemere, co. 
Surrey ; 1 marr. 
at Southampton, 
co. Hants, 12 
Septemberi8s4; 
died at Rush- 
brooke Park on 
Tuesday, 16 
March 1858. 
2nd wife. 



■Eliza Catherine, only 
dau. of Walter Ray 
of Boxford ; marr. 
at Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Thurs- 
day, 25 August 1859. 
She married 2ndly, 
18 September 1874, 
Warwick Falkland 
Tryon (2nd son 
of Major -General 
Samuel Tryon). 3rd 
wire;' 



Robert Wyndham Jermyn Rushbrooke of= 
Rushbrooke Park ; born at Rushbrooke 
Park 14 February 1858 ; Lord of the 
Manor of Rushbrooke ; died, aged 50, 
at Rushbrooke Park on Tuesday, 1 2 May, 
bur. at Rushbrooke on Thursday, 14 
May 1908. Will dated 1 April 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1265, 1908)8 August 
1908, by William Henry Rushbrooke, 
retired Captain in the Army. 



■Constance Julia, of Nowton Cottage, Bury St. 
Edmunds, co. Suffolk ; eldest dau. of the Rev. 
John Beridge Sparrow of Algarkirk Hall, co. Lin- 
coln, Vicar of Algarkirk with Fosdyke, co. Lincoln, 
by Louisa Henrietta his wife, dau. of the Rev, 
Samuel Hartopp Knapp, Rector of Letchworth, 
co. Hertford ; born at the Vicarage, Great Cornard, 
co. Suffolk,- on Friday, 1 3 April 1 860 ; marr. at 
Algarkirk Hall 9 April 1885. 



Robert Basil Wyndham 
Rushbrooke of Rush- 
brooke Park ; born 14 
April 1886 ; educated at 
Cheltenham College ; Lord 
of the Manor of Rush- 
brooke ; Lieutenant 3rd 
(Reserve) Battalion The 
Suffolk Regiment 2 Feb- 
ruary 1915, Captain 
February 1 9 1 6, attached 
1 st Garrison Battalion The 
Bedfordshire Regiment. 



Major Guy Aylmer (only son of Colonel= 
Henry Leycester Aylmer of Risby Manor, Bury 
St. Edmunds, formerly of the 16th (Queen's) 
Lancers, by Edmontina Jane his wife, dau. of 
George Harrison of Malpas, Newport, co. 
Monmouth) ; born at Corsley House, War- 
minster, co. Wilts, on Wednesday, 20 April 
1887 ; educated at Winchester ; 2nd Lieutenant 
1 2 th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps 
September 1914, Captain 10 February 1915, 
Major 24 January 1917; serving in European 
War since 22 July 1915. 



=Christabel Hen- 
rietta, born at 
Rushbrooke 28 
March 1887, and 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Rushbrooke 
on Wednesday, 
12 January 191 6. 



Jermyn Rushbrooke, born at Rushbrooke 
5 April 1890 ; King's Cadet from H.M.S. 
"Worcester," Midshipman 15 January 1907, 
Sub-Lieutenant 1910, Lieutenant 1912; of 
the Submarine Service. 



Bartle Davers Rushbrooke, born at Rushbrooke 
24 September 1892 ; educated at Malvern 
College ; Captain 3rd (Reserve) Battalion The 
Suffolk Regiment 2 February 1915 ; serving in 
European War. 



Bolton- 



Samuel Bolton of Akenham, co. Suffolk (eldest son= 
of Samuel Bolton of Coddenham, co. Suffolk, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Edward Minster of Yaxley, 
co. Suffolk) ; bapt. at Coddenham 28 September 
1750 ; died, aged 54, on Friday, 21 June 1805, bur. 
at Akenham. M.I. Will dated 17 February 1803, 
proved (P.C.C. 569 Nelson) 14 August 1805, by 
Mary Bolton, relict, Thomas Bolton and the Rev. 
William Bolton, brothers. 

(For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to "Visitation of 
England and Wales" Vol. II, page 37). 



=Mary, dau. of Philip 
Dykes of Ipswich, 
co. Suffolk ; marr. at 
St.Matthew's.Ipswich, 
in 1778; died at 
Whitton, co. Suffolk, 
aged 79, on Friday, 
3 April 1835, bur. at 
Akenham. M.I. 



Mary Anne, bapt. 
at Coddenham 
5 October 1778 ; 
died, aged 27, on 
Monday, 2 June 
1806, buried at 
Akenham. M.I. 



Rev. James Hitch (youngest son of John Hitch of= 
Melbourne, co. Cambridge) ; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1783, M.A. 1786, Fellow; 
Rector of Westerfield, co. Suffolk, 1788; died, 
aged 62, on Saturday, 13 March 1824, bur. in 
Westerfield Church. M.I. Will dated 20 February 
1824, proved (P.C.C. 516 Erskine) 8 September 
1824, by the Rev. William Leworthy. He married 
istly 28 April 1790, Sarah, youngest dau. of 
Robert Baker of Brookes Hall, near Ipswich ; 
she died, aged 30, 20 September 1799, and was 
buried at St. Matthew's, Ipswich. M.I. 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Coddenham 28 Jan- 
uary 1 781 ; marr. 
at Westerfield on 
Wednesday, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1800 (marriage 
licence, Ipswich, dated 
3 February) ; died at 
the Parsonage House, 
Westerfield, 16 Feb- 
ruary 1823, bur. in 
Westerfield Church. 
M.I. 



A 



Harriet, died, aged 93, 17 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich 21 February 1877. M.I. 
Will dated 30 September 1875, 
proved at Ipswich 26 February 
1877, by the Rev. Charles Nelson 
Bolton, nephew. 



Samuel Bolton, bapt. at Codden- 
ham 15 January 1783 ; Captain 
Royal Artillery ; killed at the 
battle of Waterloo 18 June 18 15. 



Thomas Bolton of= 
Ipswich, bapt. at 
Coddenham 12 Feb- 
ruary 1786; died s.p. 
at Ipswich, aged 78, 
28 February, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Ipswich 4 March 
1864. M.I. Adirion 
was granted at 
Ipswich 8 April 
1864, to the 

Rev. Edward Dykes 
Bolton, brother. 



=Lucy, 4th dau. 
of John Bates 
of Marlesford, 
co. Suffolk ; 
marr. by licence 
at Marlesford on 
Friday, 8 Sep- 
tember 1837. 



Philip Dykes Bolton 
(twin with Charles), 
bapt. at Akenham 
18 February 1788; 
bur. there 22 April 
1790. _ 

Charles Bolton (twin 
with Philip Dykes), 
bapt. at Akenham 
18 February 1788; 
bur. there 2 June 
1789. 



Rev. Edward Dykes Bolton (twin with Frances), bapt. at Akenham 14 September 1791; of 
Queens' College, Cambridge, removed to Pembroke College, B.A. 1812, M.A. 1819 ; Rector 
of Testerton, co. Norfolk, 3 September 1836; Perpetual Curate of Wingfield, co. Suffolk, 
23 February 1837 ; Rector of Great Hollesley 1845 an< ^ Great and Little Wratting, co. 
Suffolk; edited "Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship," 1844; died at Ipswich, aged 76, 
23 October 1864, buried in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 23 September 1863, 
proved at Ipswich n November 1864, by Charles Bolton, Commander R.N., brother, and 
the Rev. John Edge Daniel. 



James Young of Wells, co. Norfolk,= 
M.D. ; L.F.P. & S. Glasg. 1814, M.D. 
Glasg. 1854; a Surgeon in the Hon ble 
East India Co.'s Service 18 15 ; Medical 
Officer of the Walsingham Union ; died 
at Wells, aged 62, 14 October 1855. 
Will dated 5 October 1855, proved 
(P.C.C. 1025, 55) 1 December 1855, 
by Eliza Young, spinster, the daughter, 
Augustine Valentine Dennis and Wil- 
liam Bolton Girdlestone. He married 
istly Anne, dau. of Henry John 
Girdlestone, by Ann Bolton his wife. 



^Frances (twin with 
Edward Dykes), bapt. 
at Akenham, co. Suf- 
folk, 14 September 
1 79 1 ; married at 
Whitton, co. Suffolk, 
on Thursday, 8 De- 
cember 1836; died, 
aged 74, 9 April 1864, 
bur. in the cemetery 
at Ipswich. M. I. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. John Medowes Bolton, 
born 19 February 1792, 
bapt. at Akenham 19 May 
1794; of Catherine College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 181 7 ; 
Ctlrate of Hemblington and 
Woodbastwick, co. Norfolk ; 
died at his mother's resi- 
dence, Whitton, aged 34, on 
Sunday, 9 April 1826, bur. 
at Akenham. M.I. 



Philip Dykes Bolton, 
born 31 March, bapt. 
at Akenham 19 May 
1794; died in India, 
aged 20, in 1814. 

Jane, born 6 September, 
bapt. at Akenham 10 
September 1795 ; died 
the same year. 

Jane, born 24 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Akenham 
26 September 1796. 



Commander Charles Bolton, R.N.;= 
born at Akenham Hall, co. Suffolk, 
8 September, bapt. at Akenham 
11 September 1798; entered the 
Navy 15 July 18 13 as Midshipman 
on board the " Forth," Lieutenant 
4 October 1825, Commander 1 Oc- 
tober i860 ; died at Stoke Damerel, 
co. Devon, aged 80, on Thursday, 
10 April 1879, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Plymouth, co. Devon. Will 
dated 19 April 1877, proved at 
Exeter 30 April 1879, by the Rev. 
Charles Nelson Bolton, son. 



=Anne Elizabeth, 4th dau. of 
Thomas Howard of London ; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich 
(by the Rev. Edward Dykes 
Bolton), on Tuesday, 27 Octo- 
ber 1835 ; died at 22 Woodland 
Terrace, Plymouth, aged 90, on 
Thursday, 9 January 1896, bur. 
in the cemetery at Plymouth. 
Will dated 21 March 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 119, 96) 20 
February 1896, by the Rev. 
Charles Nelson Bolton and the 
Rev. George Frederick Head. 



Rev. Thomas Henry Howard (son of the Rev. Thomas= 
Henry Howard of Warmley, co. Gloucester, by Maria his 
wife, youngest dau. of William Wilson of Brightfield, 
Sheffield, co. York) ; born at Oughtibridge, co. York, 
7 October, bapt. there 12 November 1843; of Queens' 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1863, 
B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870; Curate of St. James' 1866-70, of 
Temple Church 1871-72, of St. Augustine's 1872-74, all 
in the city of Bristol, and of Charles Church, Plymouth, 
1875-77; Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral 1894; Rural 
Dean of Three Towns 1894-99 ; Commissary to Bishop 
of Mombasa; Vicar of St. Jude's, Plymouth, 1877-1902, 
and of Uffculme, co. Devon, 1902. 



=Anne Elizabeth, born at Ipswich, 
co. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 31 
August 1836, bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Ipswich ; marr. at Stoke 
Damerel, co. Devon (by the 
Rev. Thomas Henry Howard), 
on Thursday, 4 October 1877; 
died at St. Jude's Lodge, Ply- 
mouth, aged 58, on Thursday, 
28 February, bur. in the cemetery 
at Plymouth 5 March 1895. 



Ethel Frances, bom at 
Wednesbury,co.Stafford, 
on Tuesday, 2 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at All Saints', 
Darlaston, co. Stafford, 
5 October 1873. 



Horatio Norman Bolton, born at Wednesbury 1 February, bapt. at 
All Saints', Darlaston, on Easter Day, 28 March 1875; educated at 
Rossall School, admitted 1889, and Scholar of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford ; of the Indian Civil Service, Deputy Commissioner, 
Peshawur, North-West Frontier Provinces. 



Rev. George Frederick Head (5th son of Jeremiah Head of=j=Mary Henrietta 

Ipswich, by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Howard), born at 

Ipswich on Friday, 26 August 1836 ; of Caius College, Cambridge, 

matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1857, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; 

Curate of St. Thomas', Lancaster, 1861-65, °f St. Clement's, 

Ipswich, 1865-67 ; Incumbent of St. John-the-Evangelist's, Carlisle, 

co. Cumberland, 1867-73 > Rural Dean of Carlisle, N., 1868-73 '> 

Vicar of St. Mark's, Tollington Park, co. Middlesex, 1873-77; of 

Charles Church, Plymouth, 1877-85, of Christ Church, Hampstead, 

co. Middlesex, 1885-98, and of Clifton, co. Gloucester, 1 898-191 1 ; 

Chaplain of Hill's Almshouses, Clifton, 1900; Hon. Canon of 

Bristol Cathedral 1901 ; died at 1 Royal York Villas, Clifton, aged 

75, on Sunday, 14 April, bur. in the cemetery at Shirehampton, co. 

Gloucester, on Thursday, 18 April 1912. Will dated 26 April 191 1, 

proved at Bristol 20 May 19 12, by George Herbert Head, Barrister- 

at-Law, and the Rev. Frederick Waldegrave Head, sons. 



born at 
Ipswich on Sunday, 2 1 
October 1838, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Ipswich ; marr. 
at Stoke Damerel (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Thomas 
Henry Howard) on Thurs- 
day, 3 August 1865 ; died 
at 1 Royal York Villas, 
Clifton, aged 73, on Satur- 
day, 1 1 May, bur. in the 
cemetery at Shirehampton 
on Tuesday, 14 May 19 12. 



Lucy Maria, born 
at Ipswich on 
Friday, 25 June 
1842; died, aged 
5 months, on 
Monday, 5 De- 
cember 1842, 
bur. at Akenham. 
M.I. 



Rev. Charles Nelson Bolton, born in Berners=j= 
Street, Ipswich, on Thursday, 7 November 1844, 
bapt. at St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 16 January 1845; ' 
of New College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October ' 
1863, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1876; Curate of St. John- 
the-Evangelist's, Carlisle, 1867-72 ; Vicar of All | 
Saints', Darlaston, 1872-81, of Cannock 1881-94, j 
and of St. Mary's, Lichfield, all co. Stafford, 1 
1895 ; Rural Dean of Lichfield 1895 > 
Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral 1895 ; Proctor | 
in Convocation 1906-10. 



Catherine Anne, 3rd 
dau. of John Norman 
of Botcherby, near 
Carlisle, by Judith 
Chambers his wife, dau. 
of John Reed ; bapt. 
at St. Cuthbert's, 
Carlisle ; marr. at St. 
John-the-Evangelist's, 
Carlisle, on Wednes- 
day, 24 January 1872. 



Edward Gybbon=j=Katharine Winifred, Daniel Charles=j=Alice Hilda, born Muriel Annie, 



Potter of Stowe 
Cottage, Lichfield, 
co. Stafford, son 
of George Gybbon 
Potter, by Amy 
Charlotte Moore 
his wife. 



born at Wednesbury, 
co. Stafford, 19 June 
1877; marr. at Lich- 
field Cathedral 2 
April 1902. 



Lloyd of Stowe 
Hill, Lichfield, 
son of Francis 
Henry Lloyd, by 
Alice Howard 
his wife. 



at Wednesbury 22 
June 1 879, bapt. at 
All Saints', Darlas- 
ton ; marr. at Lich- 
field Cathedral 10 
August 1904. 



born at Can- 
nock 31 July, 
baptised there 
3 September 
1881. 



A\ 



Emily Margaret, George Frank Wemyss Anson (son of Lieut.- Colonel 1 
bornatCannock George Wemyss Anson of the Indian Army, by Katherine 
18 September, Harriette his 1st wife, 3rd dau. of Sir William Muir, 
bapt. there 28 K.C.S.I., LL.D.); born 22 March 1881 ; entered the 
October 1883. Army as 2nd Lieutenant (unattached) 28 July 1900 ; of the 
Indian Army 6 October 1901, Lieutenant 28 October 1902, 



Captain 28 July 1909 ; served on North-West Frontier of I 
India, at Waziristan, 1 901- 1902 (medal with clasp). /)\ 



=Maud Eleanor, 
born at Cannock 
10 April 1886; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Peshawur, Pun- 
jab, India, 14 
December 1910. 



I I 

Charles John Howard Bolton, born at Cannock 1 2 February, Dorothy Lilian, born at Cannock 

bapt. there 19 March 1888; an Engineer at Calcutta; of 25 February, bapt. there 5 April 

the Calcutta Light Horse. 1890. 




•ViU-^ Utftt*, 




&urrougj)e$u 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Per chevron sable and argent a chevron 
per chevron between in chief two chaplets 
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. 



Rev. Jeremiah Burroughes of Ling-= 
wood Lodge, co. Norfolk, 3rd son 
of James Burkin Burroughes of 
Burlingham Hall, co. Norfolk, by 
Christabel his wife, dau. and heir of 
Henry Negus of Hoveton Hall, co. 
Norfolk, and brother of Henry Negus 
Burroughes (see Vol. ij, page jg2) ; 
born at Burlingham Hall in 1797; 
educated at Eton, entered 1 811, and 
at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1817, M.A. 1820; Rector of 
Burlingham St. Edmunds, Burling- 
ham St. Andrews and Burlingham 
St. Peters, Rural Dean of the 
Blofield Deanery 1847-69; J. P. 
for co. Norfolk ; died at Lingwood 
Lodge, aged 74, on Whit-Sunday, 
r9 May r872, bur. at Burlingham 
St. Edmunds. Will dated 20 Feb- 
ruary 1864, with codicil dated 
9 June 1866, proved at Norwich 
12 July 1872, by Thomas Henry 
Burroughes and the Rev. Robert 
Burroughes, sons. Portrait in oils 
in the possession of his son, Thomas 
Henry Burroughes of Ketton Cottage, 
Stamford. 




[For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to "Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. 12, page 4.8). 



Rleasance, 3rd dau. 
of Sir Thomas 
Hulton Preston, 1st 
Baronet, of Beeston 
Hall, co. Norfolk, 
by Jane his 2nd 
wife, younger dau. 
of Thomas Bagge 
of Stradsett Hall 
and Islington Hall, 
both co. Norfolk ; 
marr. at Beeston 
St. Laurence on 
Thursday, 31 July 
1828; died at 
Lingwood Lodge 
on Tuesday, 4 
January 1870, bur. 
at Burlingham St. 
Edmunds. 



Pleasance Christabell, 
born in October 1829 ; 
died unmarried at 
Mulbarton, co. Nor- 
folk, on Friday, r4 
March 1890, buried 
at Burlingham St. 
Edmunds. Will dated 
21 June 1873, with 
codicil dated 4 March 
1890, proved at Nor- 
wich 26 April 1890, by 
Adelaide Burroughes, 
spinster, sister. 



Major-General Dixon Edward Hoste, C.B., of 23=j=Jane Mary, born 



Sussex Square, Brighton, co. Sussex (eldest son of 
Colonel Sir George Charles Hoste, C.B., by Mary his 
wife, only dau. of James Burkin Burroughes) ; born 15 
March 1827 ; entered the Royal Artillery as 2nd 
Lieutenant 18 June 1845, Lieutenant 1846, Captain 
and Major 1854, Lieut.- Colonel 1868, Colonel 1873, 
Major-General (retired) 21 December 1881 ; served 
in the Crimea 1854 to February 1855, including 
the battles of Alma, Balaclava and Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie 26 
October 1854 (brevet of Major, medal with four clasps, 
C.B., 5th-class Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; died at 
23 Sussex Square, Brighton, aged 78, on Sunday, 10 
September 1905. Will dated 18 December 1861, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1314, 1905) 20 October 1905, by 
Mary Hoste, relict. He married 2ndly at Colney, co. 
Norfolk, 4 August 1857, Mary, youngest dau. of 
Joseph Scott of Colney. 



13 



4 November 
1 83 1 ; married 
at Burlingham 
St. Edmunds 
(by her father), 
on Thursday, 9 
March 1854 ; 
died at Ling- 
wood Lodge, 
aged 23, on 
Friday, 19 Jan- 
uary 1855, bur. 
at Burlingham 
St. Edmunds. 
1st wife. 



Hon" 8 Edith Galfrida—Thomas Henry Burroughes^Susan Helen 2nd dau. of Jesse David 

. . ,.1 /■ T7 ..___ r> 1.*. cn n ™ \\7offc_T?iicc^ll r,¥ Ricrcrin Ha . rn. North- 



(Powys), 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Atherton, 
3rd Baron Lilford, 
by the Hon ble Mary 
Elizabeth Fox his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Richard, 3rd Lord 
Holland ; born 2 July 
1834 ; married at 
Achurch, co. North- 
ampton (by her uncle, 
the Rt. Rev. the 
Hon ble Horatio Powys, 
Bishop of Sodor and 
Man), on Tuesday, 
20 April 1858 ; died 
at Ketton, co. Rut- 
land, on Wednesday, 
10 February 1864, 
bur. there. 1st wife. 



of Ketton Cottage, Stam 
ford, co. Rutland, and of 
16 Lower Berkeley Street, 
London; born 8 January 
1834; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 

Michaelmas Term, 1852; 
D.L. for co. Rutland, High 
Sheriff 1904. 



Watts-Russell of Biggin Hall, co. North- 
ampton, M.P., by Mary Neville his 
wife, dau. of J. Smith Wright ; born 
at 19 Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, 
London, 1 August 1846 ; marr. at St. 
Barnabas', Pimlico, London, on Monday, 
7 June 1869 ; died at Ketton Cottage 
on Sunday, 5 December 1915, bur. in 
the churchyard at Ketton. 2nd wife. 



John Calthorpe Blofeld of Hoveton House,*rIsabel Clare, born 
co. Norfolk (only son of Thomas Calthorpe at Ketton on '! '• i 
Blofeld of Hoveton House, Recorder of 
Ipswich, by Fanny Elizabeth his wife, 4th 
dau. of the Rev. John Anthony Partridge, 
Rector of Baconsthorpe, co. Norfolk) ; born at 
Hoveton House 1 June 1874, bapt. at Hove- 
ton ; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; J. P. for co. Norfolk 1903 ; joined 
as 2nd Lieutenant 4th Volunteer Battalion 
Norfolk Regiment 1894; Recruiting Officer for 
Norfolk since August 1914- 



day, 7 December 
187 1 ; married at 
St. Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London (by 
the Rev. Edward 
RobertBurroughes), 
on Tuesday, 2 1 
October 1902. 



George William Whitmore Green-Price of The= 
Gables, Norton, co. Radnor (5th son of Sir 
Richard Green-Price, 1st Baronet, M.P., of 
Monaughty, co. Radnor, by Laura his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Richard Henry King of Mortlake, co. 
Surrey) ; born at Norton Manor 23 August 1862 ; 
J. P. for co. Radnor. 



=Rachel Georgiana, born at 10 Grosvenor 
Place, London, on Tuesday, 5 April 1859; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Orchard Street, London 
(by the Rev. Chase Green-Price, and her 
brother, the Rev. Edward Robert Burroughes), 
on Tuesday, n April 1893. 



Henry Thomas Burroughes, 
born at 10 Grosvenor Place, 
London, on Tuesday, 22 
January 1861 ; died at 
Belford House, Great 
Malvern, co. Worcester, on 
Monday, 12 August 1861, 
bur. at Great Malvern. 



Rev. Edward Robert Burroughes, born at 33 Great 
Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, London, on Wednesday, 7 May 
1862 ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1880, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1889; Curate of Harton, co. 
Durham, 1885-87, of Kidderminster, co. Worcester, 1887-89, 
Chaplain to Bishop of Cape Town 1889-92, Curate of Stretton- 
Grandison with Ashperton, co. Hereford, 1892-98 ; Vicar of 
Stoke Holy Cross, co. Norfolk, 1898-1915 ; died at Cape Town, 
South Africa, on Monday, 21 August 191 6, buried there. 



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Rev. Robert Burroughes, born 12 
College, Oxford, matriculated 7 June 
1 86 1 ; Rector of Beighton, co. Norfolk 
co. Hereford, 1878, Perpetual Curate 
Hereford, 1883, Rural Dean 1882 ; 
Pencombe, on Thursday, 9 January 1 
Will dated 23 May 1874, with codicil 
proved (Prin. Reg., 220, 90) 26 March 
Burroughes, brother. 



April 1836 ; of Oriel= 

1854, B.A. 1858, M.A. 

, 1867-78, of Pencombe, 

of Marston Stannet, co. 

died at the Rectory, 
890, bur. at Pencombe. 

dated 31 August 1889, 
1890, by Thomas Henry 



=Caroline, 3rd dau. of Richard 
Foley Onslow of Starsdens, 
Newent, co. Gloucester, D.L., 
by Catherine his wife, dau. of 
Latham Blacker of Newent ; 
marr. at Oxenhall, co. 
Gloucester, on Tuesday, 20 
October 1868. 



Hon bll: Charles Claude Bertie (5th son of Montagu, 6th Earl= Adelaide, born 12 July 1841 ; 



of Abingdon, by Elizabeth Lavinia his wife, only child of 
George Granville Vernon Harcourt, M.P.); born on Sunday, 
31 August 1 85 1 ; educated at Eton; Lieutenant Berkshire 
Militia 1871-73, Lieutenant 47th Foot 12 November 1873, 
retired in 1876. 



marr. at St. James', Spanish 
Place, London, on Tuesday, 29 
April 1890; died 25 August 
1903, bur. at Burlingham St. 
Edmunds, co. Norfolk. 



Lieut.-Colonel Reginald St. George Gorton (younger son of the Ven ble John= 
Gorton, Archdeacon of Madras, afterwards Rector of Kirkby-Laythorpe 
with Asgarby, co. Lincoln); born 8 May 1866; entered the Royal Artillery 
as Lieutenant 18 February 1886, Captain 17 October 1896, Major 
9 October 1904, Lieut.-Colonel (by brevet 5 August) 30 October 19 14; 
served in Miranzai (1st) Expedition 1891, in Hunza-Nagar Expedition 
1891-92 (wounded), mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 21 June 
1892 (medal with clasp) ; at operations in Chitral 1895, with the relief 
force (medal with clasp) ; in South African War 1900-1902, on Staff, also 
Station Staff Officer, Mafeking, to 26 December 1900 (wounded), mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 29 July 1902 (Queen's medal with three 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; specially employed (Intelligence) 
Headquarters of Army 9 May 1902 to 30 June 1903, Staff Captain 
1 July 1903 to 29 May 1905, and D.A.Q.M.G. 30 May 1905 to 30 June 
1907 ; General Staff Officer, 2nd-grade, 7 August 1909 to 31 March 1912, 
and 16 December 1914 to 12 June 1915; Assistant Secretary Committee 
of Imperial Defence 1 April 1912 to 15 December 1914; attached Head- 
quarters 1st Army, British Expeditionary Force, 23 February to 8 May 1915, 
G.S.O. (2) 8th Division 9 May to 9 June 1915, A.A. and Q.M.G. 7th 
Division 9 June to 20 September 1915, G.S.O. (1) 59th Division 23 
February 19 16. 



=Dorothea, born at 
Ketton, co. Rut- 
land, on Sunday, 
16 March 1873 ; 
married at St. 
Thomas', Portman 
Square, London 
(by the Rev. 
Edward Robert 
Burroughes), on 
Wednesday, 10 
October 1906. 



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Charles Fitzpatrick Burroughes of Ketton Cottage, Stamford,=Katie 
co. Rutland ; born at Ketton, co. Rutland, on Sunday, 20 
December 1874, bapt. there; educated at Eton 1889-92, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford ; Lieutenant 2nd Leicestershire Imperial 
Yeomanry 21 December 19 14, Captain 19 16. 




Molineux, youngest 
dau. of Cecil Thomas 
Molineux- Montgomerie of 
Garboldisham, co. Norfolk, 
J. P. and D.L., by Eleanor 
Frances his wife, 6th dau. of 
the Hon bl< = Arthur Lascelles 
of Norley, co. Chester ; 
marr. at Garboldisham 29 
September 19 10. 



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Henry Neville Burroughes of 35a Hertford Street, Mayfair, London ;= 

born at Ketton on Friday, 4 May 1877, bapt. there ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1896, B.A. 1899, M.A., M.B., B.C. 1905; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1903 ; a Student of St. Bartholomew's Hospital; Captain Royal 

Army Medical Corps, 
attached 8th Cyclist 
Battalion The Essex 
(Territorial) Regiment 
20 October 19 14 ; 
2nd in Command, 
Field Ambulance, 
British Expeditionary 
Force, 19 16. 




=Marie Claire, younger 
dau. of the Ven b,e 
Adolphus Lindon of 
Quinta d'Achada, 
Madeira, Archdeacon 
of Madeira ; marr. at 
the English Church, 
Madeira, on Saturday, 
22 April 19 1 1. 



James Henry Lindon Burroughes, born at 35a Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, London, on Saturday, 4 May, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Mayfair, 26 June 19 12. 



Michael Burroughes, born at 35a 
Hertford Street, Mayfair, on Tues- 
day, 21 September 1915. 




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HAVERSHAM. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Azure an escallop between three 
bulls' heads couped or. 

Crest. — A bull's head erased sable semde of escallops or and pierced 
through the neck with a broken spear in bend sinister point 
upwards proper. 

Supporters. — On the dexter, A Roman senator habited proper; and on 
the sinister, A Roman soldier also habited proper supporting 
with his exterior hand his shield. 

Motto. — Via vi. 



HabersJjam* 



John Hayter of Winterboume Stoke, co. Wilts= 
(son of Thomas Hayter of Wylye, co. Wilts, by 
Anne Sturges his wife); born in 1757; died, 
aged 70, on Saturday, 24 March 1827, bur. at 
Winterboume Stoke. Will dated 21 January 
1827, proved (P.C.C. 541 Heber) 22 September 
1827, by William Goodenough Hayter, son. 



=Grace, dau. of Stephen Goodenough 
of Codford, co. Wilts; born in 1763; 
marr. by licence 10 December 1782 ; 
died at Fyfield, co. Hants, aged 66, 
on Friday, 23 July, bur. at Winter- 
bourne Stoke 30 July 1830. 



Emma, eldest dau. of= 
George Chilton of 
Chancery Lane, Lon- 
don ; marr. at St. 
Dunstan's, Fleet Street, 
London, 24 July 181 7; 
died at Grove Hill, 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
aged 51, on Tuesday, 
4 September 1849. 
1 st wife. 



=Goodenough Hayter of The Priory, = 
Lewisham, co. Kent ; born at Winter- 
boume Stoke in 1788; Army Packer 
and Merchant; died at 17 Rue de la 
Madeleine, Paris, aged 76, on Wed- 
nesday, 20 January 1864. Will dated 
3 February 1859, with two codicils 
dated 12 May 1862 and 16 December 
1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 99, 64) 12 
February 1864, by the Rev. George 
Goodenough Hayter, son, and James 
Wickens, nephew. 



= Fanny, dau. of James French ; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Clapham, co. Surrey, on Tues- 
day, 24 June 1851 ; died at 
25 Hereford Square, London, 
on Thursday, n May 1865. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 9 August 
1865, to Caroline Matilda 
Williams, widow, the aunt, and 
only next of kin. 2nd wife. 



A son born Elizabeth Jane, dau. of Joseplv 

on Sunday, Mountford of Exeter, co. Devon, 

2 1 June by Marion his wife, dau. of Colonel 

1818, who Bidlake, R.M. ; born at Exeter 13 

survived a August 1820; marr. at St. Sidwell's, 

few hours Exeter, on Tuesday, 30 December 

only. 1845; died at Hereford, aged 29, 

on Sunday, 16 June 1850, bur. in 

Pipe with Lyde Churchyard, co. 

Hereford. 1st wife. 



Mary, born at Here- 
ford on Wednesday, 
13 January 1847. 



Elizabeth, born at 
Hereford on Mon- 
day, 3 June 1850. 



=Rev. George Goodenough= 
Hayter, bom on Wednes- 
day, 9 February 1820; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 December 
1837, B.A. from Oriel Col- 
lege 1841, M.A. 1845 ; 
Vicar of Woodford, co. 
Northampton, 1852-55, 
Rector of Burnham Sutton 
and Vicar of Bumham 
Overy, both co. Norfolk, 
1854 until his death; died 
at Burnham Sutton, aged 
62, on Sunday, 24 De- 
cember 1882, bur. there. 




=Mary Emma, of 
Burnham Overy, 
4th dau. of Willy 
Bever of Chateau 
de Wisques, St. 
Omer, France, 
by Frances Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Edward Pogson ; 
marr. at All 
Saints', Maryle- 
bone, London 
(by the Rev. 
Charles Frederick 
Hayter), 16 April 
1863; died at 
Ladysmith, Natal, 
South Africa, aged 
72, 8 October 
1915. 2nd wife. 



Edward Goodenough 
Hayter, born at the 
Rectory, Bumham 
Sutton, on Sunday, 
14 February 1864; 
died s.p. 15 July 
1886, bur. at Rock- 
hampton, Queensland. 



Margaret Anna, Arthur Goodenough Hayter, born Helen, born at 

born at the at the Rectory, Burnham Sutton, the Rectory, 

Rectory, Burn- 16 January, bapt. at Burnham Sut- Burnham Sut- 

ham Sutton, 17 ton 24 February 1867; educated ton, 26 August, 

August, bapt. at at Bradfield and Trent Colleges ; bapt. at Burn- 

Burnham Sutton died at Aldershot, aged 48, on ham Sutton 29 

21 September Sunday, 14 March 1915. September 1870. 
1865. 



Henry Hayter of Eden= 
Vale, co. Wilts; born 
at Maddington, co. 
Wilts, 1 8 January 
1790, bapt. there; died 
in London circa 1836. 



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=Ehza Jane, dau. and coheir of John Heylyn of Islington, co. 
Middlesex; bom at Islington n April 1793, bapt. at the parish 
church there; marr. at Milford, co. Hants, in 1818; died, aged 64, on 
Sunday, 24 May 1857. Will dated 31 October 1855, proved (P.C.C. 
466, 57) 13 June 1857, by Harrison Hayter and William Goodenough 
Hayter, sons, Rickman Godlee and Septimus Richard Scott. 



Emma Susan, 
died at Mus- 
well Hill, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 1 3 
March 1824. 



Rev. Charles Fredericlc= 
Hayter, born at Muswell 
Hill 23 July 1826; 
of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 
1 July 1847, B.A. 
1852, M.A. 1858; 
Rector of East Mersea, 
co. Essex, 1857-71, 
Vicar of Claybrooke 
with Wibtoft, co. 
Leicester, 1871-1912. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of the Rev. Peregrine Curtois, LL.B., 
Vicar of Hemingford Grey, co. Huntingdon, and 
afterwards Rector of Branston, co. Lincoln, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Strong of Welling, co. Kent ; 
born at Welney, co. Cambridge, 25 September, bapt. 
there 5 November 1839; marr. at Hemingford Grey 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Atwill Curtois, and her brother, 
the Rev. Peregrine Edward Curtois) on Thursday, 2 1 
June 1866; died at the Vicarage, Claybrooke, aged 54, 
on St. Andrew's Day, 30 November, bur. in the 
cemetery at Branston 5 December 1893. M.I. 

(See Pedigree of Curtois, Vol. 1, page 1/2.) 



Henry Goodenough Hayter of= 
Winterbourne, Sidmouth, co. 
Devon; born at Canonbury 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 
12 January 1831; Government 
Packer and Merchant of Woollens 
to China and the East. 



=Janet, 3rd daughter of William Druce of 21 Cheyne Walk, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, by Catharine his wife, dau. of Nodes 
Dickinson of Wigmore Street, London, and of the Duke 
of Kent's Regiment, Surgeon; born at 21 Cheyne Walk 
13 October 1838; marr. at St. Luke's, Chelsea (by the Rev. 
George Goodenough Hayter), on Saturday, 4 June 1859. 



Edith Catharine, born at n Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens, London, on Friday, 
8 June i860, bapt. at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London. 



George Philip Hayter of Birtle, Canada ; 
born at the Rectory, Burnham Sutton, 17 
March, bapt. at Burnham Sutton 1 May 
1873; educated at the Clergy Orphan 
School, Canterbury ; Veterinary Surgeon. 



Harry Masterton-= 
Smith of Bergh- 
ville, Cape Colony, 
South Africa. 



=Ursula Frances, born at the 
Rectory, Burnham Sutton, 22 
July 1874; marr. at Pinetown, 
Natal, South Africa, 10 March 
1909. 



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Charles Samuel Hayter, born at the Rectory,= 
Burnham Sutton, co. Norfolk, 30 April, bapt. at 
Burnham Sutton n June 1879; educated at 
the Clergy Orphan School, Canterbury ; of the 
British South African Forestry. 



=Dorothy, 2nd dau. of Robert Floyd Waters 
of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa;- born 
7 December 1885; marr. at St. Saviour's 
Cathedral, Pietermaritzburg, on Tuesday, 14 
September 1909. 



George Goodenough Hayter, 
born 26 April 191 1. 



Robert Bever Hayter, 
born 10 May 1912. 



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Rt. Hon ble Sir William Goodenough Hayter of South Hill Park,= 
Bracknell, co. Berks, and of Trevina, Tintagill, co. Cornwall, 
Baronet ; born at Winterbourne Stoke, co. Wilts, 28 January 1792 ; 
educated at Winchester and at Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 24 October 1810, B.A. 1814; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's 
Inn 23 November 1819, Bencher 15 April 1839, Treasurer 1853; 
Q.C. 21 February 1839; M.P. for Wells 24 July 1837 to July 
1865 ; ludge- Advocate-General 30 December 1847 to 30 May 
1849; sworn of the Privy Council 11 February 1848; Financial 
Secretary to the Treasury 22 May 1849 to July 1850, Parliamen- 
tary and Patronage Secretary July 1850 to March 1852, and again 
December 1852 to March 1858 ; J. P. for the counties of Somerset 
and Berks, and D.L. for the latter county; created a Baronet 19 
April 1858; presented by Lord Palmerston and 365 Members of 
the House of Commons with a silver testimonial in recognition 
of his services as Liberal Whip ; found drowned in a lake in the 
grounds of South Hill Park, aged S6, on Thursday, 26 December 

1878, bur. at Easthampstead, co. Berks, 2 January 1879. Will 
dated 24 March 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 139, 79) 20 February 

1879, by Dame Anne Hayter, relict. 



=Anne, eldest dau. of Other 
William Pulsford of issue. 
Linslade Manor, co. 
Buckingham, and of 
Wimpole Street, London ; born 
at Clapton, co. Middlesex, in 
1807; marr. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, on Satur- 
day, 18 August 1832; died at 
19 Hyde Park Terrace, London, 
aged 8 1, on Sunday, 2 June 
1889, bur. at Easthampstead. 
Will dated 3 March 1879, with 
codicil dated 20 June 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 608, 89) 
11 July 1889, by Sir Arthur 
Divett Hayter, Baronet, son. 



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Lieut.-General William Rickman of Barkham Manor, Wokingham, =j=Mary Pulsford, born at 



co. Berks; born at Tottenham, co. Middlesex, n May 1827; entered 
the Army 12 September 1848, Lieutenant 1851, Captain 1854, Major 
1855, Lieut.-Colonel 1863, Colonel 1870, Major-General 1880, retired 
with rank of Lieut.-General 1 April 1885 ; Hon. Colonel Munster 
Fusiliers; served with the 77th Foot in the Crimea from November 1854, 
including the siege of Sebastopol and sortie of 22 March (twice men- 
tioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 12 April and 5 October 1855, 
medal with clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 
5th-class Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; died at Barkham Manor, 
Wokingham, aged 73, on Wednesday, 22 August 1900, bur. at East- 
hampstead, co. Berks. Will dated 6 April 1895, with codicil dated 18 
April 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 1684, 1900) 11 December 1900, by 
Albert Divett Rickman, retired Lieut.-Colonel H.M. Army, Stuart 
Hamilton Rickman, retired Post-Captain in the Royal Navy, brothers, 
and William Shedden Allfrey, son-in-law. /^ 



Chester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, on Sunday, 
29 December 1833, bapt. at 
St. Pancras', London ; marr. 
at St. John's, Paddington, 
London, on Wednesday, 1 7 
June 1857 ; died at Bark- 
ham Manor, aged 72, on 
Friday, 27 July 1906. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 5 Octo- 
ber 1906, to Ethel Mary 
Greenfield, wife of Charles 
Bunce Greenfield, daughter. 



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Owen Edward Hayter, born at Grove Hill, Camberwell, ; 
co. Surrey, 25 October 1836; served in Commissariat 
Department in Crimea, China and South Africa ; 
died at Gerard's Cross, co. Buckingham, on Sunday, 
7 August, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London, on 
Thursday, 11 August 1910, after a service at St. 
Augustine's, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, London. 



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=Alice Louisa Elizabeth, youngest dau. of 
Captain Netherton Langford, R.N., by 
Caroline his wife, elder dau. of the Ven bIe 
James St. Leger, Archdeacon of Cloyne 
and Rector of Castletownroche, co. Cork ; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London, on 
Thursday, 17 November 1870. 



Cecil Goodenough Hayter, born at 23 Queensberry 
Place, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, on 
Monday, 4 September 1871. 



Francis Goodenough Hayter, born at 11 Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens, London, on 
Saturday, 6 July 1861, bapt. at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London; educated at Charterhouse 
1874-78; died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 36, on Tuesday, 19 October 1897, bur. in 
Ore Cemetery, Hastings, co. Sussex. Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 3 December 1897, to Henry 
Goodenough Hayter, father. 



Rt. Hon bIe Sir Arthur Divett Hayter, Baron Haversham and a Baronet ;=Henrietta, dau. of 

born at Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, on Wednesday, 19 Adrian John Hope 

August 1835 ; educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford, 

matriculated 9 December 1853, Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford, 

1854-60, B.A. (3rd Mods., 4th Lit. Hum.) 1857, M.A. i860; of Lincoln's 

Inn 1857 ; Captain and Adjutant 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards (retired 

1866); Lieut.-Colonel Commandant London Rifle Brigade 1872-81 ; J. P. 

and D.L. for co. Berks, and J.P. for co. Somerset; Chairman of the 

Territorial Force Association for co. Berks since 1908 ; M.P. for Wells 

11 July 1865 until its disfranchisement in 1868, for Bath 9 October 1873 

to 18 November 1885, for Devonshire (Torquay Division) 1892, and for 

Wallsall February 1893 to June 1895, and 3 October 1900 to December 

1905 ; a Junior Lord of the Treasury April 1880 to May 1882, Financial 

Secretary of the War Office May 1882 to June 1885; Chairman of Public 

Accounts Committee, House of Commons, 1901-1906, also Chairman 

Macedonian Relief Committee ; a Visitor of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and of the 

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and a Member of the Executive Committee of the 

Royal Patriotic Fund; sworn a Privy Councillor 1894; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 

26 December 1878, and created Baron Haversham of Bracknell, co. Berks, in the Peerage of 

the United Kingdom, 11 January 1906; Author of "Essays on Production and its Increase," 

and other works. 



of Amsterdam, Cap- 
tain 4th Dragoon 
Guards, by his wife, 
Matilda, Countess 
Rapp, dau. of 
General Rapp, one 
of Napoleon's Com- 
manders ; marr. at 
Kilndown,co. Kent, 
on Wednesday, 7 
November 1866. 



Alfred William Druce of Coleshill, Stoneyate,=f=Anna Susan, born at Grove Hill, Camberwell, 



co. Leicester (son of William Druce of Chelsea, 
co. Middlesex, by Catharine his wife, dau. of 
Nokes Dickinson); born at 21 Cheyne Walk, 
Chelsea, 19 April 1833, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea ; educated at Tonbridge School. 



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co. Surrey, 29 October 1839, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, London (by the Rev. 
George Goodenough Hayter), on Thursday, 
3 August 187 1. 



Henry William Goodenough Hayter, 
born at 11 Inverness Terrace, 
Kensington Gardens, London, on 
Monday, 15 December 1862, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, 
London ; educated at Charterhouse 
1876-79; Editor of "The Eastern 
Sketch " at Shanghai ; died at Sid- 
mouth, co. Devon, on Monday, 
6 December 1915. 



Arthur Francis de Rougemont= 
of 5 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, eldest son of 
Irving Frederick de Rougemont, 
by Mary Rugge his wife, dau. 
of Sir Arthur James Rugge - 
Price, Baronet {see Pedigree of 
Rugge Price, Vol. 14, page 162). 



= Janet Emma, born at 1 3 
Queensborough Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, on 
Thursday, 14 July 1864, 
bapt. at Bidborough, co. 
Kent ; marr. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Paddington, 
London, on Thursday, 
12 July 1888. 



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Oswald Osmond Wrigley of Shackleford House,= 
Eashing, co. Surrey (son of Oswald Osmond 
Wrigley of Bridge Hall, Bury, co. Lancaster, 
and of Wansfell, Windermere, co. West- 
morland, by Annie his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. James Whitehead of Broomfield, Bury, 
J.P.) ; born at Bridge Hall, Bury, 10 March 
1870, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Paddington, 
London; educated at Harrow and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1889, B.A. 1892 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called 



■Emma, born at 13 
Queensborough Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, on 
Sunday, 7 January 1866, 
bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Paddington, 
London ; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Paddington, 
on Tuesday, 25 April 
1893- 



Alfred Goodenough 
Hayter, born at 
13 Queensborough 
Terrace, Bayswater, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 3 1 July 
1867, bapt. at St. 
Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington, Lon- 
don ; educated at 
Sherborne. 



to the Bar 30 June 1897. 



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Commander Francis Hayter of Rollesby, Burke's Pass, New Zealand ;=[=Eugenie Elizabeth, 



born 7 October 1843 ; Sub -Lieutenant Royal Navy 13 June 1863, 
Lieutenant 16 June 1865, Commander 1 October 1873 (retired); died 
at the Middlesex Hospital, London, aged. 47, on Wednesday, 13 May 
1891. Will dated 27 May 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., ior3, 91) 27 October 
1 89 1, by Henry Goodenough Hayter and Owen Edward Hayter, brothers. 



daughter of E. 
Hudleston ; marr. 
at Nelson, New 
Zealand, in May 
1878. 



Maud Goodenough, born at 
Highfield, Waiaii, New Zealand, 
on Sunday, 22 February 1880; 
married Roy Bruce of Tinuarii, 
New Zealand. 



Graham Goodenough Hayter, 
born at Highfield, Waiaii, on 
Sunday, 27 February 1881 ; 
married Edith Clifford. 



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Lancelot Goodenough Hayter, 

born at Nelson, New Zealand, 

on Friday, 28 July 1882. 



Gwendoline, born in 1884. 



Eugenie Catherine, born in 
1886; marr. Henry Duncan 
of Nelson, New Zealand. 



Francis Goodenough Hayter 
of Keaora, Teeselre, Bechu- 
analand, South Africa ; born 
in 1887. 



Chilton Goodenough Hayter, 
born in 1889. 



Cyril Goodenough Hayter, 
born in 1891. 



William Goodenough Hayter of= 
Zamalek Gezira, Cairo, Egypt ; 
born at 13 Queensborough Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, 23 January 
1869 ; Scholar and Praefect of 
Hall at AVinchester 1887, Scholar 
of New College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 October 1888, B.A. 1892 
(2nd Classical Mods. 1890, 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1892); Barrister-at-Law 
of Lincoln's Inn 26 June 1895 ; of 
the Ministry of Justice, Cairo; made 
Khedivial Councillor 191 2. 



=Alethea, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. John 
Henry Slessor, Rec- 
tor of Headbourne 
Worthy, co. Hants, 
by - Fenessy his 
wife ; born 13 Sep- 
tember 1867; mar- 
ried at Headbourne 
Worthy on Thurs- 
day, 10 August 
1902. 



Richard Goodenough Hayter of 
Winterbourne, Sidmouth, co. Devon; 
born 30 March 1870, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Paddington, 
London ; educated at Sherborne. 



Charles Goodenough Hayter, born 
at 13 Queensborough Terrace, 
Bayswater, London, on Monday, 
12 February 1872, died there, 
aged 5 months, on Monday, 22 
July following, bur. in Willesden 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 



William Goodenough Hayter, 
born at Com pas, Oxford, on 
Wednesday, 1 August 1906, 
bapt. at Oxford. 



Priscilla, born at Woodstock 
Road, Oxford, on Monday, 
5 October 1908, bapt. at 
Oxford. 



Alethea Catharine, born 
at Cairo on Tuesday, 
7 November 191 1, bapt. 
there. 



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John Goodenough Hayter, 
born at 13 Queensborough 
Terrace, Bayswater, Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 27 May 
1873, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Paddington, 
London; educated at St. 
Paul's School, London. 



Robert Frederic Bay ford of 20 Cleveland=j=Catharine Mary, born 



Square, Hyde Park, London (elder son of 
Robert Augustus Bayford of Netley Hill, 
Botley, co. Hants, K.C., by Emily Jane his 
wife, younger dau. of John Deverell of 
Purbrook Park, co. Hants) ; born at East- 
bourne, co. Sussex, 24 September 187 1, 
bapt. at All Saints', Norfolk Square, 
London ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar 18 November 1895. /j\ 



at 13 Queensborough 
Terrace, Bayswater, 
on Saturday, 1 May 
1875 ; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Paddington 
(by the Rev. Charles 
Frederick Hayter), on 
Thursday, 9 August 
1900. 



Owen Chilton Goodenough Hayter, born at 13=5= 
Queensborough Terrace, Bayswater, on Wednesday, 
13 September 1876, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington; educated at St. Paul's School, London; 
District Superintendent Police, Bombay, India. 



=Violet Mary, dau. of Henry Wakefield of 
the Punjab Commission ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Mussoorie, North-West Provinces, 
India, on Saturday, 9 November 1901. 



John Owen Goodenough 
Hayter, born at Bandikui, 
Rajpootana, North-West 
Provinces, India, on Fri- 
day, 23 January 1903. 



Marjorie W., born 
at Mussoorie 18 
April 1905. 



Henry James Hayter, 
born at Lonavla, 
Bombay Presidency, 
India, on Tuesday, 
23 April 1907. 



Janet Mary, born 
at Ahmednagar, 
Bombay Presi- 
dency, 1 April 
1910. 



Hugh Charles Goodenough 
Hayter, died at 69 War- 
rington Crescent, Paddington, 
London, aged 1 year and 
5 months, on Sunday, 4 May 
1879, bur. in Willesden 
Cemetery, London. 



Robert Dickinson Good- 
enough Hayter, died at 
69 Warrington Crescent, 
Paddington, aged 7 
months, on Friday, 12 
March 1880, bur. in 
Willesden Cemetery. 



Phcebe Judith, born at 69 Warrington 
Crescent, Paddington, 23 October 
1882, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington. 

Dorothy Julia, born at 69 Warrington 
Crescent, Paddington, 20 July 1884, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Paddington. 



25 



Henry Hayter of Eden= 
Vale, co. Wilts (see 
page 21). 



=Eliza Jane, dau. and coheir 
of John Heylyn of Islington, 
co. Middlesex. 



Harriet Baring, born 
at Nancy, France, in 
1819, bapt. at Mylor, 
co. Cornwall ; died 
at 4 Kensington, 
Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 61, on Satur- 
day, 18 March 1882, 
bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London. 
Will dated 1 5 January 
1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 475, 82) 8 June 
1882, by the Rev. 
Charles Matheson 
and Septimus Richard 
Scott. 



Henry Heylyn Hayter, C.M.G. ; born at Eden Vale=j=Susan, dau. of 



28 October 182 1 ; educated at Paris and afterwards at 
Charterhouse ; a Midshipman in the Merchant Service ; 
of the Registrar's Department, Victoria, 1857, Head 
of the Statistical Branch ; Secretary to the Royal Com- 
mission to inquire into the working of the Public Service 
of Victoria 1870; Government Statist 1874; President 
at the Inter-Colonial Conference on Methods of Census 
held at Hobart, Tasmania, 1890; awarded medals at 
Exhibitions at Melbourne, Amsterdam, Calcutta, at the 
Colonial and Indian Exhibition in 1886, and at Paris 
1889; C.M.G. and Officer of the French Order of 
Public Instruction 1882, and Chevalier of the Order of 
the Crown of Italy 1884; died at Armadale, Melbourne, 
23 March 1895. 



William Dodd 
of Porchester 
Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London; 
marr. in 1855. 



Henry Heylyn 
Morres Hayter, 
died at Mel- 
bourne, aged 
3 years and 3 
months, on 
Friday, 9 No- 
vember i860. 



Edith Susan, born 
at Armadale, Mel- 
bourne, on Thurs- 
day, 30 June 1859; 
died at Melbourne, 
aged 1 year and 4 
months, on Satur- 
day, 10 November 
i860. 



Heylyn William Good- 
enough Hayter, born 
at Armadale, Mel- 
bourne, on Sunday, 
14 September 1862; 
died at South Yarra, 
near Melbourne, aged 
5^ years, on Monday, 
16 March 1868. 



A son, born 
at Armadale, 
Melbourne, 
on Saturday, 
3oJuly 1864. 



Arthur Matheson 
Hayter, born at 
South Yarra, near 
Melbourne, on 
Saturday, 22 De- 
cember 1866 ; 
died there, aged 
t\ years, on Tues- 
day, 24june 1873. 



Alice Susan, born at 
South Yarra, near Mel- 
bourne, on Friday, 31 
July 1868; died there, 
aged 4 years and 10 
months, on Monday, 
2 June 1873. 



Robert Heylyn Hayter, 
born at South Yarra, 
near Melbourne, on 
Friday, 11 April 1873; 
died there, aged 1 year 
and 7 months, on 
Saturday, 2 1 November 
1874. 



Henry Barkly= 
Hayter. 



=May, 2nd dau. of G. S. Ward, 
M.D., formerly of Christ- 
church and Dunedin, New 
Zealand ; marr. at St. Kilda, 
near Melbourne, on Thursday, 
9 February 1888. 



A daughter, born at Carboona, 
Mount Grand View, near 
Melbourne, on Thursday, 8 
November 1888. 



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Harrison Hayter of Porth-y-felin, co. Anglesea; born at 
Flushing, co. Cornwall, u April 1825, bapt. at Mylor, co. 
Cornwall; President of the Institution of Civil Engineers 
1872; died at 61 Addison Road, Kensington, London, aged 
73, on Thursday, 5 May, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 
on Monday, 9 May T898. Will dated 25 March 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 684, 98) 13 June 1898, by William Goodenough 
Hayter, brother, the Rev. Harrison Goodenough Hayter, 
son, Falconer Madan, son-in-law, and William Howard 
Winterbotham. 



=Eliza Jane, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Walker, Rector 
of Offord d'Arcy, co. Hunting- 
don; born at Offord d'Arcy; 
marr. there on Thursday, 20 
April 1854; died at Chiswick, 
co, Middlesex, aged 55, on 
Sunday, 21 May 1882, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London. 



Rev. Harrison Goodenough 
Hayter, born at Porth-y-felin, 
co. Anglesea, on Friday, 13 
April 1855, bapt. at Holyhead, 
co. Anglesea ; educated at 
Uppingham and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
28 May 1874, B.A. and M.A. 
1 88 1 ; Licenced Preacher in 
Diocese of Oxford 1888-92, 
Rector of Elmdon, co. War- 
wick, 1892, Rural Dean of 
Solihull 1902, Hon. Canon of 
Birmingham 1906. 



=Alice Margarette, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. the Hon ble Henry Pitt 
Cholmondeley, Rector of Broad- 
well-cum-Adlestrop, co. Gloucester, 
Hon. Canon of Gloucester and 
Rural Dean of Stow, by the 
Hon b,e Mary his wife, dau. of 
Chandos, 1st Lord Leigh; born 
at Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, 
co. Warwick, 19 March 1849; 
marr. at Adlestrop (by her father) 
on Wednesday, 3 September 
1884. 



Ella Constance, born at 
Porth-y-felin 1 July 1856, 
bapt. at Holyhead. 

Walter Heylyn Hayter, 
born at 61 Addison Road, 
Kensington, London, on 
Sunday, 30 August, bapt. 
at St. Barnabas', Addison 
Road, Kensington, 27 
September 1857 ; died at 
Chattanooga, Tenn., U.S. A., 
27 August 1880, bur. there. 



Rev. George Theodore Meynell Ingram Hayter,= 
born at Binfield Manor, Bracknell, co. Berks, 
onjjunday, 23 May 1886, bapt. at Binfield ; 
educated at Harrow (entered Easter Term, 
1900) and at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 1904, B.A. (2nd-class History) 1908, 
M.A. 1911 ; Curate of Christ Church, Gateshead- 
on-Tyne, co. Durham, 25 September 191 1 to 
1914, of St. Alban, Heworth, co. Durham, 1914 
-15, and of the parish church, Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, 18 May 1915 to 1916; Chaplain to the 
Forces 8 August 1916. 



=Dorothy Danvers, only dau. 
of Henry Danvers Godfrey 
Crossman of Weymouth, 
by Mabel Eliza his wife, 
dau. of William Trimmer of 
Alton, co. Hants ; born on 
Thursday, 2 April 1896 ; 
marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Elmdon (by the Rev. Harri- 
son Goodenough Hayter), 
on Saturday, 5 August 1916. 



Hugh Geoffrey 
Hayter, born at 
Binfield Manor, 
Bracknell, on 
Wednesday, 1 
February 1888, 
bapt. at Bin- 
field ; died in 
1889, bur. at 
Binfield. 



John Grenville Hayter, born at Binfield 
Manor, Bracknell, on Thursday, 16 
January 1890, bapt. at Binfield; edu- 
cated at Harrow and at the Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 23 July 
1910, Lieutenant 23 July 1913, Captain 
29 September 1915. 



Mark Cholmondeley Hayter, 
born at Binfield Manor, 
Bracknell, on Tuesday, 13 
January 1891, bapt. at Bin- 
field ; educated at Harrow 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated in 1910. 



James Benedict Arden 
Hayter, born at the 
Rectory, Elmdon, on 
Sunday, 15 April 1893, 
bapt. at Elmdon ; edu- 
cated at Harrow and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated in 191 1. 



27 



Fanny, younger dau.= 
and coheir of the 
Rev. Thomas Walker 
of Ashby-cum-Fenby 
and Hatcliffe, both 
co. Lincoln, Rector 
of Offord d'Arcy, co. 
Huntingdon; born at 
the Rectory, Offord 
d'Arcy, 1 8 August 
1 83 1, bapt. at Offord 
d'Arcy ; marr. there 
on Thursday, 1 2 July 
1855 ; died at 27 
Argyll Road, Ken- 
sington, London, 
aged 57, on Tuesday, 
2 July 1889, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, 
London. 1st wife. 



= William Goodenough Hayter of= 
27 Argyll Road, Kensington, 
London ; born at Flushing, co. 
Cornwall, 23 November 1826, 
bapt. at Mylor, co. Cornwall ; 
died at Hastings, co. Sussex, 
aged 85, on Sunday, 17 De- 
cember, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Thurs- 
day, 21 December 191 1, after 
service at St. Matthew's, Bays- 
water, London. Will dated 6 
January 1898, with two codicils 
dated 12 February 1901 and 12 
February 1903, proved in the 
Principal Registry 6 February 
1 91 2, by Charles Patrick 
Dalrymple Maclagan, William 
Howard Winterbotham and 
Henry Colquhoun Hayter. 



Philadelphia, born 
at Flushing in 
1828 ; died at St. 
Leonard's -on -Sea, 
co. Sussex, 22 
January, bur. in the 
Borough Ceme- 
tery, Hastings, 24 
January 19 14. 



=Alice Jane, elder 
dau. of General 
Robert Maclagan, 
R.E.,LL.D.;bom 
at Rurki, Punjab, 
India, 24 Novem- 
ber, bapt. there in 
December 1858 ; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton, London (by 

her uncle, the Most Rev. William 
Dalrymple Maclagan, Archbishop of 
York, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
Trench and the Rev. Harrison Good- 
enough Hayter), on Saturday, 12 
September 1891. She married istly 
Francis Thomas Hewson of the Bengal 
Civil Service. 2nd wife. 



Mary Beatrice, born at 72 Gloucester 
Street, Belgravia, London, on Sun- 
day, 3 May, bapt. at Eaton Episcopal 
Chapel, London, in June 1857; 
died at 27 Argyll Road, Kensington, 
London, aged 6, on Sunday, 24 May 
1863, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London. 



William Goodenough Nugent Hayter, born at 72 
Gloucester Street, Belgravia, London, on Tuesday, 
1 1 October, bapt. at Eaton Episcopal Chapel, London, 
in November 1859; died at Blenheim House, Kew, 
co. Middlesex, aged 40, on Tuesday, 22 May 1900, bur 
in Highgate Cemetery, London. Will dated 25 March 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 1637, 1900) 5 December 1900, 
by Henry Colquhoun Hayter, brother, Barrister-at-Law. 



Very Rev. William Thomas Baring Hayter, Dean of Gibraltar ;= 
born at 61 Addison Road, Kensington, London, 30 August, 
bapt. at St. Barnabas', Addison Road, Kensington, 14 October 
1858; educated at Charterhouse (1873-77) an d at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 24 May 1877, B.A. 1881, M.A. 
1884; Curate of Icklesham, co. Sussex, 1883, and of St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, 1885-88, Vicar of Hints, co. Stafford, 
1888-1900, of Honley with Brockholes, co. York, 1900-1904, 
of Westbury with Dilton, co. Wilts, 1904-12, and of Stratford- 
sub-Castle, co. Wilts, November 191 2 to March 1913; Chaplain 
Westbury Union 1904; Dean of Gibraltar 1913 ; Editor of 
"Lichfield Diocesan Calendar" 1894-1900. 



Dorothea, born at Hints Vicarage, Mary Ethel, born at Hints 

Tamworth, co. Stafford, on Sun- Vicarage, Tamworth, on 

day, n January, bapt. at Hints Wednesday, 25 May, bapt. 

8 February 1891. at Hints 18 June 1892. 



=Maud, youngest dau. of Sir 
Thomas William Brograve 
Proctor-Beauchamp of Lang- 
ley Park, co. Norfolk, 4th 
Baronet, by the Hon bl= Caro- 
line Esther his wife, youngest 
dau. of Granville George, 2nd 
Baron Radstock ; born at 
Portland Place, London, 19 
January 1865 ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
on Tuesday, 7 May 1889. 



Hilda Ruth, born at Hints 
Vicarage, Tamworth, on 
Tuesday, 19 March, bapt. at 
Hints 28 April 1895. 



28 



Rev. Charles Matheson (3rd son of Charles Mackenzie Matheson of= 
Berbice, West Indies, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Simon Fraser) ; 
born 27 September 1831; educated at Merchant Taylors' School and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 1 July 1850, aged 18, Fellow 
1850-56, Pusey and Ellerton Hebrew Scholar 185 1, ist-class Mods. 
1852, B.A. (ist-class Lit. Hum.) 1854, Kennicott Hebrew Scholar 1856, 
M.A. 1857; Head Master of the Clergy Orphan School, Canterbury, 
1867-91 ; died at Leamington, co. Warwick, aged 62, on Sunday, 
15 April, bur. in Milverton Cemetery, co. Warwick, on Wednesday, 
18 April 1894. y^ 



I 
=Alethea, born at Flushing, 
co. Cornwall, 19 June 1831; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Islington, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 30 April 
1856; died at Benagefield, 
Leamington, aged 76, on 
Friday, 28 February 1908, 
bur. in Milverton Cemetery. 



Isabella Margaret, youngest= 
dau. of David Gibson 
Fleming; born in 1862; 
marr. at Harbledown, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 21 April 
1885; died at 15 Selbome 
Road, Hove, co. Sussex, 
aged 48, on Friday, 9 Sep- 
tember 1910, bur. at Hove. 
1st wife. 



=Henry Colquhoun Hayter of 16 Norton=Evelyn Clare, 2nd dau. of 
Road, Hove ; born at Gloucester Street, Commander Frederick Wil- 
Belgravia, London, on Friday, 5 April, 
bapt. at Eaton Episcopal Chapel, Lon- 
don, in May 1861; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
10 October 1879, B.A. 1883; Barrister-at- 
Law of the Inner Temple 22 June 1887. 



I 



liam Bayly-Jones, R.N., by 
Jane Mary his wife, dau. 
of Alexander Graham of 
Dunclutha, Kirn, co. Argyle; 
marr. at the Cathedral 
Church of St. Mary's, Edin- 
burgh, on Wednesday, 3 
July 1912. 2nd wife. 



Francis Henry Egerton Hayter, born at=Marguerite Laura Fortescue, only 
Rotherwood, Oakhill Road, Putney, co. child of William Frederick Felton ; 
Surrey, on Thursday, 14 January 1886, bapt. marr. by licence at St. Patrick's, 
at Putney ; educated at Bradfield College. Hove, on Tuesday, 13 October 1914. 



Falconer Madan of 94 Banbury Road, Oxford (5th son of the Rev. George=j=Frances Jane, born 



Madan, Rector of Dursley, co. Gloucester, and Hon. Canon of Bristol and 
Rural Dean, by Harriet his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. William Gresley, 
Rector of Netherseale, co. Leicester (see Pedigree of Gresley, "Notes" to 
" Visitation of England and Wales" Vol. 8, page 82) ; born at the Vicarage, 
Cam, co. Gloucester, 15 April, bapt. at Cam 1 June 1851; educated at 
Marlborough 1864-70, and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 October 1870, Scholar 1870-74, B.A. (1st Mods., 2nd Lit. Hum.) 
1874, Fellow 1876-80 and 1889-1912, M.A. 1877, Lecturer and Librarian 
1877; Sub-Librarian Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1880, Librarian 1912; 
University Lecturer in Palaeography 1889-1913 ; F.S.A. ; Author of "Books 
in Manuscript," 1893, "Summary Catalogue of Bodleian MSS." (vols. 3-6) 
1895-1906, "Early Oxford Press" (1468-1640), 1895, "The Gresleys of 
Drakelowe," 1899, "Chart of Oxford Printing," 1903-1904, and "Brief 
Account of the Oxford University Press," 1908. ^ 

(See Pedigree of Madan, page 36.) 



at 61 Addison Road, 
Kensington,London, 
30 November 1861, 
bapt. at St. Barnabas', 
Addison Road, Ken- 
sington, 8 January 
1862 ; marr. there 
on Tuesday, 29 
December 1885. 



Samuel Hanna of Carrick,= 
Esher, co. Surrey (son of 
Samuel Hanna of Tonagh- 
more.co. Down, by Annie 
FitzGerald his wife); born 
at Carrick-on-Suir, co. 
Tipperary, 25 October 
1 86 1 ; educated at Chel- 
tenham and at King's 
College, London. 



I 
=Eliza Jane (Lily), 
born at 61 Addison 
Road, Kensington, 
London, 1 1 April, 
bapt. at St. Barna- 
bas', Addison Road, 
Kensington, 16 May 
1863 ; marr. there 
17 April 1888. 



I 
Ethel Philadelphia, born at 
61 Addison Road, Kensing- 
ton, 23 June, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Addison Road, 
Kensington, 22 July 1865; 
died at 61 Addison Road, 
Kensington, on Sunday, 21 
February, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 24 Feb- 
ruary 1892. 



Dorothy Emily, born 
at 61 Addison Road, 
Kensington, 31 Au- 
gust, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Addison 
Road, Kensington, 
27 November 1867 ; 
died at Beaumaris, 
co. Anglesea, in 
1870, bur. there. 



29 



ijfta&an. 



Arms. — Sable a falcon or preying on a mallard argent on a chief 

of the second a cross botonne gules. 
Crest. — An eagle's head erased or. 
Motto. — Fide et fortitudine. 



Rev. Spencer Madan, D.D., Canon of Lichfield (elder son of the Rt. Rev.= 
Spencer Madan, Bishop of Peterborough, by Lady Charlotte Cornwallis his 
i st wife, 2nd dau. of Charles, ist Earl Cornwallis); born 25 August 1758; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 20 March 1770, King's Scholar 
1 77 1, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 5 June 1776, 
Scholar 1777, Hon. M.A. 1778, Browne's Medallist 1778, Seatonian 
Prize 1782, D.D. 1809; Curate of Wrotham, co. Kent, Rector of Great 
Bradley, co. Suffolk, 1783-86, Vicar of Tachbrook, co. Warwick, 1786, 
Rector of Ibstock, co. Leicester, 1 786-1836, of St. Philip's, Birmingham, 
co. Warwick, 1 787-1809, and of Thorpe Constantine, co. Stafford, 1809; 
Chaplain to the King 1787; Canon and Treasurer of Lichfield 1790; 
Chancellor of Peterborough 1793-1800, Prebendary 22 January 
1800; Prebendary of Lichfield 5 March 1812; died at Ibstock, aged 78, 
9 October 1836, bur. at Thorpe Constantine. Will dated 10 May 1830, 
with codicil dated 8 May 1833, proved (P.C.C. 618 Stowell) 31 October 
1836, by the Rev. Spencer Madan, son. 



=Henrietta, elder 
dau. of William 
Inge of Thorpe 
Constantine, co. 
Stafford, by Anne 
his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Hall 
of Hermitage, co. 
Chester ; marr. at 
Lichfield 5 Jan- 
uary 1 791 ; died 
at The Close, 
Lichfield, aged 46, 
24 June 1816, 
bur. at Thorpe 
Constantine. 



Rev. Spencer Madan, Canon of Lichfield ;= 
born at The Friary, Lichfield, 6 October 
1 791, bapt. at Lichfield; educated at 
Westminster School, 1806-10, King's 
Scholar, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 8 June 1810, Student 1812 
-25, B.A. (3rd Classics and ist Mathe- 
matics) 1 8 14, M.A. 1816 ; Curate of 
Seale, co. Leicester, 1816-24; Canon 
Residentiary of Lichfield 4 December 
181 7 ; Vicar of Batheaston 2 October 
1824, and of Twerton, both co. Somerset, 
6 October 1825 ; died in The Close, 
Lichfield, aged 59, 27 August, buried on 
the West side of the North transept, 
Lichfield Cathedral, 3 September 1851. 
Will dated 27 November 1848, proved 
(P.C.C. 873, 51) 8 November 1851, by 
Frederick Madan, brother, and Charles 
Gresley. 



=Louisa Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. William 
Gresley, Rector of Nether 
Seale, co. Leicester, by 
Louisa Jane his ist wife, 
dau. of Sir Nigel Gresley, 
6th Baronet ; born 1 1 
September, bapt. 15 Sep- 
tember 1 80 1 ; marr. at 
Nether Seale 26 July 1825; 
died at The Close, Lich- 
field, aged 60, on Sunday, 
22 December 1861. Will 
dated 18 November 1861, 
proved at Lichfield 18 
January 1862, by the 
Rev. Spencer Madan and 
Martin Madan, gent., sons. 

(See Pedigree of Gresley, 
"■Notes " to " Visitation 
of England and Wales" 
Vol. 8, page 81). 



Rev. William Madan, 
born 18 April 1793, 
bapt. at Birmingham ; 
educated at Westmin- 
ster School, King's 
Scholar 1807, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 May 
1811, Student 1812-20, 
B.A. (ist Classics and 
and ist Mathematics) 
1814, M.A. 1817; 
Vicar of Polesworth, 
co. Warwick, 30 Sep- 
tember 1819 until his 
death ; died at The 
Close, Lichfield, aged 
31, 17 April 1824, bur. 
at Polesworth. M.I. in 
the church there. 



Spencer Madan, born at 
the Vicarage, Batheaston, 
15 September 1827, bapt. 
at Batheaston; died 3 June 
1829, bur. at Batheaston. 



Louisa Mary, born 13 September 
1828, bapt. at Batheaston ; died 
at The Elms, Torquay, co. 
Devon, on Wednesday, 27 May 
1857, bur. at Torre, co. Devon. 



Henrietta Frances, born 30 
January 1830, bapt. at Bath- 
easton ; died at The Elms, 
Torquay, on Tuesday, 29 Sep- 
tember 1857, bur. at Torre. 



Charlotte, born Lieut.-Colonel the Hon ble James Henry Keith Stewart, C.B.=j=Henrietta Anne, 
in 1794; died (youngest son of John, 7th Earl of Galloway); born 22 
at Spring Vale, October 1783; Captain 95th Foot 2 August 1804, 
Jamaica, West Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 3rd Foot Guards 25 July 1814 
Indies, aged 30, (Salamanca and Vittoria medal and clasp, C.B. 1815); 
6 March 1825. Assistant Secretary to the Treasury 3 M.P. for Wigtown 
Burghs 28 October 181 2 to March 182 1 ; died at North- 
wick Terrace, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, aged 52, 
on Monday, 18 July 1836. Will dated 16 January 1830, 
with four codicils dated 13 June to 14 July 1836, 
proved (P.C.C. 512 Stowell) 23 August 1836, by the 
Hon ble Reginald Stewart, brother, and Frederick Madan. 

A 



born 22 October 
1 795 ; married 
10 August 1819 ; 
died at North- 
wick Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, 
aged 34, on 
Saturday, 24 Oc- 
tober 1829. 



John Digby Wingfield-Digby of Sherborne Castle, co.-pMaria, born at Northwick Terrace 



Dorset, and of Blythe Hall and Coleshill Park, both 
co. Warwick (eldest son of the Rev. John Digby Wingfield- 
Digby of Mount Mellick, King's County, Vicar of 
Coleshill, by Ann Eliza his wife, eldest dau. of Sir John 
Wyldbore Smith, Baronet); born 12 October 1832; of 
Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 14 December 1849; 
died at Gaunt's House, Hintell Martell, co. Dorset, on 
Wednesday, 12 December 1888, bur. at Sherborne. 
Will dated 5 August i860, proved at Blandford 10 April 
1889, by William George Digby Wingfield-Digby, brother, 
and Horatio Granville Murray Stewart. 



A 



St. John's Wood, on Saturday, 13 
July 1833 ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Marylebone, London, on Thursday, 
11 November 1858; died at Coles- 
hill Park, aged 76, on Thursday, 
9 December 1909, bur. at Coleshill. 
Will dated 7 March 1905, with 
codicil dated 14 August 1908, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 357, 1910) 
8 March 19 10, by Frederick Wyld- 
bore Digby Pinney. 



Charlotte, born 19 July 
183 1, bapt. at Batheas- 
ton, co. Somerset ; died 
at Preswylfa, Llanfair- 
fechan, co. Carnarvon, 
on Wednesday, 25 April 
1906, bur. at Llanfair- 
fechan. Will dated 23 
July 1 90 1, proved at 
Bangor 4 July 1906, by 
Spencer Madan, nephew. 



Rev. Spencer Madan, born 21 October 1832, bapt.= 
at Batheaston; educated at Westminster School, 
admitted 25 September 1845, Queen's Scholar 1847, 
left 1 85 1, of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
12 June 1851, B.A 1857, M.A. 1858; Rector of 
Standon, co. Stafford, 1862 ; died at the Rectory, 
Standon, aged 37, on Wednesday, 22 December 
1869, bur. at Standon. Will dated 12 September 
1866, proved at Lichfield 14 April 1870, by Fanny 
Madan, the relict, Martin Madan, brother, and 
Thomas Salt, the younger. 



=Fanny, eldest 
dau. of the 
Rev. Joseph 
Salt, Rector 
of Standon ; 
marr.atBerks- 
wich, co. Staf- 
ford, on Tues- 
day, 19 May 
1863. 



Louisa Fanny, born 
at the Rectory, 
Standon, on Mon- 
day, 2 May 1864. 



Charlotte Mary, born 
at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Saturday, 
6 January 1866. 



Spencer Madan, born at Torquay, co. Devon, 
on Sunday, 14 April 1867, bapt. at Torquay; 
educated at St. Mark's School, Windsor, and 
at Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 28 
October 1886. 



William Gresley Madan, born 29 May 1868 ; educated at Sandhurst ; Henrietta Leonora, 
Lieutenant King s Own Scottish Borderers ; died at Cairo, Egypt, aged born 9 October 
21, on Saturday, 2 November 1889, bur. in the English Cemetery, Cairo. 1869 



3i 



Harriet Anne, 3rd dau.= 
of Sir James Graham of 
Netherby, co. Cumber- 
land, 1 st Baronet, by 
Lady Catherine (Stewart) 
his wife, dau. of John, 
7th Earl of Galloway ; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Marylebone, London, 
10 July 1832 ; died 
at Northwick Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 
6 October 1 836. istwife. 



=Frederick Madan, born 19 April= 
1797 ; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted 15 June 1808, 
King's Scholar 181 1, left 181 3; 
Commander East India Packet 
Service ; Elder Brother of Trinity 
House 1837 ; died at 5 Northwick 
Terrace, St. John's Wood, aged 66, 
on Tuesday, 17 November 1863, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 12 Septem- 
ber i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 
663, 63) 27 November 1863, by 
George Graham, Registrar-General 
of England, and Charles Patrick 
Stewart, nephew. 



=Catherine, 5 th dau. of the Hon bk 
Montgomerie Granville John 
Stewart, M.P. (4th son of John, 
7th Earl of Galloway); born 12 
February 181 2 ; marr. at the 
Chapel, Cally, Gatehouse, co. Kirk- 
cudbright, on Tuesday, 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1852 ; died s.p. at 5 Northwick 
Terrace, St. John's Wood, aged 
86, on Tuesday, 7 February 1899, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 5 February 
1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 326, 99) 
9 March 1899, by Henry Revell 
Reynolds. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Henry Mayers ; of Trini 
Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1845 ; Rector 
of Weston, co. Suffolk, 1859; died 
at the Rectory, Weston, on Tuesday, 
8 November 1870, bur. at Weston. 
Admon was granted at Ipswich 16 
December 1870, to Caroline Mayers, 
relict. /K 



ty=j=Caroline, born at Northwick Terrace, St. John's Wood, 
on Monday, 29 September 1834; marr. 8 May 1856; 
died at 50 Jesus Lane, Cambridge, aged 70, on Monday, 
15 May 1905, bur. at Weston. Will dated 2 July 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 994, 1905) 5 July 1905, by the 
Rev. Nigel Madan and Clara Maria Mayers and Caroline 
Harriet Mayers, spinsters, daughters. 



William Madan, born at Batheaston, co. Somerset, 2 June 1834,= 
bapt. there; educated at Westminster School, admitted 30 January 
1847, Queen's Scholar 1849, Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1853; Ensign 49th Foot 14 December 1854, Lieutenant 9 March 
1855, Captain 21 February i860; served in the Crimean War, 
present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the 
Redan 8 September 1855 (medal and clasp and Turkish medal); 
died at Bombay, whilst Brigade-Major of the Bombay district, 
aged 36, on Thursday, 13 April 187 1. Will dated 27 February 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 746, 71) 16 November 187 1, by Martin 
Madan and the Rev. Nigel Madan, the brothers. 



=Georgina Marion, 3rd dau. 
of James Crosby of 
Georgetown, Demerara, 
West Indies, Barrister-at- 
Law, Immigration Agent- 
General for the Colony of 
British Guiana ; marr. at 
the Cathedral, Georgetown, 
Demerara, on Tuesday, 2 7 
March i860. 



Charles Spencer Madan, born at The Close, Lichfield, co.=f=Bertha Mary, 2nd dau. of 



Stafford, on Wednesday, 26 December i860 ; educated at Radley 
College; died at 29 Rue de Caumartin, Paris, 1 January 1903, 
bur. in Paris. Will dated 29 April 1891, with two codicils dated 
12 October 1894 and 24 October 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 
77, 1903) 27 January 1903, by Bertha Mary Madan, relict, and 
James Grimble Groves. 



Joseph Holland of Cheadle, 
co. Chester ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Cheadle (by the Rev. 
Nigel Madan), on Wednesday, 
29 April 1891. 



Charlotte Mary, born 
at Flixton, co. Lan- 
caster, on Saturday, 
30 April 1892. 



William Spencer Madan, 
born at Chatham House, 
Flixton, on Sunday, 30 
April 1893. 



Honora Penelope, 
born at 10 Belfield 
Road, Didsbury, co. 
Lancaster,onSunday, 
28 October 1894. 



Bertha Louisa, born 
at 10 Belfield Road, 
Didsbury, on Friday, 
11 September 1896. 



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Charles Madan, born 
30 July 1798 ; educated 
at Westminster School, 
admitted 1 1 Septem- 
ber 181 1, left 1813; 
Midshipman of the 
" Eurydice " Frigate ; 
died at Simons Bay, 
Cape of Good Hope, 
4 August 18 1 8. 



Henry Madan, born in 
1800 ; died in 1801. 



Lieut.-Colonel Pascoe St. Leger Grenfell= 
of Maesteg House, Swansea, co. Glamorgan 
(elder son of Pascoe Grenfell, M.P., D.C.L., 
of Taplow House, co. Buckingham, by 
Georgiana his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of 
St. Leger Aldworth, 1st Viscount Doneraile); 
born 5 November 1798; educated at Eton 
(admitted 18 14); Lieut.-Colonel 1st Glamor- 
gan Rifle Volunteers ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Glamorgan; died at Nottingham, aged 80, 
on Friday, 28 March 1879. He married 
istly, 15 October 1824, Catherine Anne, 
dau. of James Dupre", M.P., of Wilton Park, 
co. Buckingham 5 she died 20 January 1845. 



■Penelope Frances, born 
21 April 1802 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Mary- 
lebone, co. Middlesex 
(by her brother, the 
Rev. Spencer Madan), 
on Thursday, 30 Sep- 
tember 1847 ; died at 
Maesteg House, Swan- 
sea, aged 65, on Wed- 
nesday, 8 January 1868, 
bur. at Taplow, co. 
Buckingham. 



Frederick Madan, born at Northwick Terrace, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
28 November 1835 ; educated at Westminster School, admitted 30 January 1847 ; died 
20 November 1855, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 



Charles Madan, born at Lichfield, 
co. Stafford, 3 June 1836, bapt. at 
Batheaston, co. Somerset ; educated 
at Westminster School, admitted 22 
June 1848 ; Midshipman Royal 
Navy; killed on board H.M.S. 
"Sanspareil" at the bombardment 
of Sebastopol, aged 18, on Tuesday, 
17 October 1854, buried at sea. 



Martin Madan, born at the Vicarage, Batheaston, co. 
Somerset, 18 February 1838, bapt. at Batheaston; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 19 June 
185 1 ; J.P. for co. Stafford; died unmarried at Bore 
Street, Lichfield, aged 64, on Tuesday, 20 January 1903, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Lichfield. Will dated 25 May 
1899, proved at Lichfield 24 February 1903, by Charles 
Henry Inge and Spencer Madan, nephews. 



I 
Frederick Martin Madan, born at The Close, Lichfield, on Tuesday, 1 
18 February 1862 ; educated at Radley College; served in South African 
War 1 900- 1 90 1. He married 2ndly Blanche Maude Thomas. 



=Amelia La Capelaine, 
died 16 June 1901. 
1 st wife. 



Frederick Charles Nigel 
Madan, born 19 November 
1889. 



Arthur George Madan, born at 238 Upper Brook 
Street, Manchester, co. Lancaster, on Friday, 
3 June 1892. 



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Rev. George Madan, born 29 November 
1807 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 
18 1 8, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 March 1826, Student 1829 
-37, B.A. (ist-class Mathematics) 1830, 
M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Cam, co. Gloucester, 
16 April 1838-52, and of St. Mary Red- 
cliffe, Bristol, 1852-65, Rector of Dursley, 
co. Gloucester, 1865-87 ; Hon. Canon of 
Bristol 1851-58, and of Gloucester 1887 
until his death ; Author of " A Few Plain 
Words on the Use of the Church Burial 
Service for Dissenters," 1850, and other works ; died at 
Bearland House, Gloucester, aged 83, on Monday, 29 June 
1891, bur. at Dursley. Will dated 20 February 1886, proved 
at Gloucester 5 August 1891, by Henry George Madan, son. 



Maria, born 2 1 
December 1804 ; 
died at North- 
wick Terrace, St. 
John's Wood, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 1 1 April 
1858, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Ceme- 
tery, London. 




=Harriet, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 
William Gresley, Rector of 
Nether Seale, co. Leicester, by 
Mary his 2nd wife, only dau. 
of Thomas Thorp of Over 
Seale, co. Leicester; born 25 
September 181 3 ; marr. at 
Nether Seale on Tuesday, 
8 August 1837 ; died at Palace 
Yard, Gloucester, aged 90, on 
Saturday, 10 September 1904, 
bur. at Dursley. Will dated 
i March 1902, proved at 
Gloucester 24 January 1905, 
by William Nigel Madan, 
retired Commander R.N. 

(See fedigree of Gresley, 
"Notes" to "Visitation 
of England and Wales," 
Vol. 8, page 82.) 



Henry George Madan, born at the Vicarage, Cam, on Thursday, 6 September 1838, bapt. at 
Cam ; educated at Marlborough and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 3 April 
1857, Exhibitioner 1857-61, B.A. i860 (ist-class Natural Science 1861), Fellow Queen's 
College 1861, M.A. 1864; F.C.S. ; Science Master at Eton; died unmarried at Bearland 
House, Gloucester, aged 63, on Sunday, 22 December 1901, bur. at Gloucester. Adfrion (with 
will dated 10 October 1900) was granted at Gloucester 24 January 1902, to Mary Madan, spinster. 



Rev. Nigel Madan of Bleasby Hall, Nottingham ;- 
born at Batheaston, co. Somerset, 21 November 
1840, bapt. there; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted January 1854, Queen's Scholar 
1855, Exhibitioner Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1859, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1866; Curate of Ash- 
bourne, co. Derby, 1864-66, Vicar of Polesworth, 
co. Warwick, 1866-81, Rector of West Hallam, co. 
Derby, 1881-99, Vicar of Doveridge, co. Derby, 
1899-1907, Rector of Plumtree, co. Nottingham, 
1907-12; Rural Dean of Ilkeston 1886-99, and 
of Longford 1899-1907; Hon. Canon of Southwell 
Cathedral 1894; died at Bleasby Hall, aged 74, 
on Friday, 6 August, bur. at Bleasby on Tuesday, 
10 August 1915. 

<h- - 



=Elizabeth Henrietta, 
youngest dau. of the 
Very Rev. the Hon ble 
Henry Edward John 
Howard, D.D., Dean 
of Lichfield, and Rec- 
tor of Donington, 
co. Salop (3rd son 
of Frederick, 5th Earl 
of Carlisle) ; born at 
Donington 4 November 
1 842, bapt. there; marr. 
at Milstead, co. Kent 
(by her brother, the 
Rev. Henry Howard), 
on Thursday, 1 Feb- 
ruary 1883 ; died at 
Bleasby Hall, aged 72, 
on Thursday, 4 March 
I9i5- 



Penelope Maria, 
born at Batheas- 
ton 18 Decem- 
ber 1844, bapt. 
there. 



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Arthur Stewart, 3rd son of the Hon ble Edward Richard* 
Stewart (5th son of John, 7th Earl of Galloway); born 12 
December 181 3; educated at Eton; 2nd Lieutenant Rifle 
Brigade 8 June 1830, afterwards Collector of Customs, Cork; 
died at 19 St. Patrick's Place, Cork, on Monday, 30 June 
1879. Will dated 15 October 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
6 7i> 79) 2 4 July 1879, by Walter Stewart, Captain R.N., 
and Alan Stewart, Barrister-at-Law, sons. 



A\ 



=Mary Judith, born 20 February 
1813 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, 29 
July 1840; died at 19 St. 
Patrick's Place, Cork, on Friday, 
8 November 1872. 



1135174 



Rev. James Russell Madan, born at the Vicarage, Cam, co. Gloucester, Mary, born at 
20 October 1841, bapt. at Cam; educated at Marlborough and at Queen's the Vicarage, 
College, Oxford, matriculated n October i860, Scholar 1860-65, B -A. (2nd Cam, 2 Feb- 
Mods., 3rd Lit. Hum.) 1864, M.A. 1867 ; Principal of Warminster Mission ruary 1844, 
House, seceded to Rome, a Missionary in New Zealand ; died unmarried bapt. at Cam 
at St. Joseph's Missionary College, Mill Hill, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
12 April 1905, bur. at Mill Hill. Will dated 11 April 1904, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 105, 1905) 8 August 1905, by Thomas Trewren Vizard, James 
Gordon Wenden and Reginald Herbert Penley. 



Arthur Cornwallis Madan, born 
at the Vicarage, Cam, 8 March 
1846, bapt. at Cam; educated at 
Marlborough and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 16 
October 1869, junior Student 
1865-69, senior Student 1869, 
B.A. (1st Mods., 2nd Lit. Hum.) 
1869, M.A. 1872, Lecturer 1870, 
Tutor 1871-80; Member of 
Universities' Mission to Central 
Africa; Author of works on African 
languages. 



Commander William Nigel= 
Madan, R.N. ; born at the 
Vicarage, Cam, 10 September, 
bapt. at Cam 22 October 
1 848 ; educated at Crewkerne 
Grammar School ; Naval Cadet 
1 1 March 1862, Sub-Lieutenant 
1 January 1868, Lieutenant 
23 April 1872, Commander 
(retired) 10 September 1893 ; 
Inspector of Warlike Stores, 
Priddy's Hard, Portsmouth, 
January 1892. 



George Nigel Madan, born at 
Bearland House, Gloucester, 
on Monday, 30 January, bapt. at 
Gloucester Cathedral 5 March 
1888. 



Angela Mary, born 
3 June, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, South- 
sea, co. Hants, 11 
July 1889. 



"Theresa Marie Euphemia, 
dau. of Samuel George 
Robison, R.N., of 4 
Chatsworth Road, West 
Norwood, co. Surrey ; born 
1 September 1866; man. 
at Emmanuel Church, 
West Dulwich, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 16 April 
1887. 



Arthur Gresley Madan, born 13 August, 
bapt. at Elson, co. Hants, 1 October 
1893 ; educated at Clifton College and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge ; joined 
the Royal Fusiliers as 2nd Lieutenant 
1915- 



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Falconer Madan of 94 Banbury Road, Oxford ; born= 
at the Vicarage, Cam, co. Gloucester, 1 5 April, bapt. at 
Cam 1 June 1851 ; educated at Marlborough 1864-70, 
and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 15 Octo- 
ber 1870, Scholar 1870-74, B.A. (1st Mods, 2nd Lit. 
Hum.) 1874, Fellow 1876-80 and 1889-1912, Hon. 
Fellow 1912, M.A. 1877, Lecturer and Librarian 1877; 
Sub- Librarian Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1880, Librarian 
1912; University Lecturer in Palaeography 1889-1913; 
F.S.A. ; Author of "Books in Manuscript," 1893, 
"Summary Catalogue of Bodleian MSS." (vols. 3-6) 
1895-1906, "Early Oxford Press" (1468-1650), 2 vols., 
1895- 191 2, "The Gresleys of Drakelowe," 1899, 
"Chart of Oxford Printing," 1903-1904, and "Brief 
Account of the Oxford University Press," 1908. 



^Frances Jane, 2nd Edith Harriet, 
dau. of Harrison bornattheVicar- 
Hayter of Porth-y- age, St. Mary 
felin, co. Anglesea, Redcliffe, Bris- 
by Eliza Jane his tol, 28 June 
wife, eldest dau. of 1855, bapt. atSt. 
the Rev. Thomas Mary Redcliffe. 
Walker, Rector of 
Offord d'Arcy, co. 

Huntingdon; born at 61 Addison 
Road, Kensington, London, 30 No- 
vember 1861, bapt. at St. Barnabas', 
Kensington, 8 January 1862; marr. 
there on Tuesday, 29 December 1885. 

(See Pedigree of Haversham, 
page 2p.) 



Francis Falconer Madan, born at St. 
Mary's Entry, Oxford, on Wednesday, 
27 October, bapt. at St. Mary-the-Virgin, 
Oxford, 30 November 1886; educated 
at Eton (King's Scholar) and at Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford (Scholar), B.A. 
1909 ; in the Indian Civil Service 191 1. 



Nigel Cornwallis Madan, born at St. Mary's Entry, 
Oxford, on Wednesday, 27 February, bapt. at St. 
Mary-the-Virgin, Oxford, 29 March 1889 ; educated 
at Eton (King's Scholar) and at Christ Church, 
Oxford (Scholar), B.A. 1912; joined the 8th Batta- 
lion King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment as 2nd 
Lieutenant 1914, Lieutenant 1915 ; killed in action 
near Ypres 2 March 19 16. 



Rev. Charles Fox Burney, D.Litt., Canon of Rochester (only son of Charles 
George Burney, Paymaster-in-Chief Royal Navy, by Eleanor Agnes his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. William Addington Norton, Rector of Alderton and Eyke, 
co. Suffolk) ; born at Old Charlton, co. Kent, 4 November 1868 ; educated 
at Merchant Taylors' School and Exhibitioner of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1887, B.A. (ist-class Theology) 1890, 
M.A. 1894, Hebrew Lecturer and Senior Scholar 1893, Librarian 1897 
-98, Fellow 1899; D.Litt. 1903; Pusey and Ellerton Scholar 1887 ; Junior 
Kennicott Scholar 1890; Houghton Syriac Prize 1891 ; Hall-Houghton, 
Septuagint Prizes, junior 1892, senior 1894 ; ist-class Semitic Studies, 
1892 ; Denyer and Johnson Scholar 1893 ; Senior Kennicott Scholar 1895 ; 
Examiner Final Honour School of Theology, 1 901-1903, Oriental Studies 
1904, 1906, 1907 ; Examiner, University of London, 1898-1903 ; Grinfield 
Lecturer on the Septuagint in the University of Oxford 1911-15; Oriel 
Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture and Fellow of Oriel 
1914 ; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Southwell 1904-14, and to the 
Bishop of Rochester 1914 ; Canon of Rochester 1914 ; Curate of All Saints', 
Oxford, 1893-95; Author of "Outlines of Old Testament Theology," 
"Oxford Church Text Books," 1899, and other theological works. 



=Ethel Wordsworth, 
born at St. Mary's 
Entry, Oxford, on 
Tuesday, 20 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. 
Mary - the - Virgin, 
Oxford, 1 6 February 
1 891; marr.inChrist 
Church Cathedral, 
on Mon- 
December 



Oxford, 
day, 8 
1913- 



Geoffrey Spencer Madan, born at 90 Banbury Road, 
Oxford, on Wednesday, 6 February, bapt. at SS. Philip 
and James', Oxford, 1 March 1895 ; educated at Eton 
(King's Scholar) and at Balliol College, Oxford 
(Scholar) ; joined the 8th Battalion King's Own Royal 
Lancaster Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant 1914; served at 
Gallipoli and wounded in Mesopotamia 191 6. 



Beatrice Gresley, born at 94 (formerly 
90) Banbury Road, Oxford, on Sun- 
day, 22 April, bapt. at SS. Philip 
and James', Oxford, 21 May 1900. 



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3fepAlafce of istoanton 
abbots, to, JftotfoltL 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Argent a chevron 
between three garbs sable within a bordure of 
the last charged with eight fleur-de-lis of the 
field, Blake ; 2nd and 3rd, Argent on a fesse 
engrailed sable between two plain cottises 
gules three escallops of the field, J EX. 

Crests. — 1, A morion proper thereon a 
martlet argent, Blake ; 2, A horse's head 
argent maned or erased gules, in the mouth 
a broken tilting-spear gold, J EX. 

Motto — Bene prasparatum pectus. 



William Jex- Blake of Swanton Abbots= 
and of Bunwell, co. Norfolk (2nd son 
of Thomas Blake of Scottow, co. 
Norfolk, by Judith his wife, dau. of 
William Clarke of Harleston, co. Nor- 
folk, and grandson of Thomas Blake 
of Scottow, who married Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Jex of Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 
by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, eldest dau. 
and coheir of William Coulson of 
Swanton Abbots); born 31 May 1758; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk ; assumed 
by Royal Licence dated 25 August 1837, 
the name and arms of Jex in addition 
to that of Blake ; succeeded to Swanton 
Abbots at the death of his uncle, 
William Blake ; died at Swanton Abbots, 
aged 84, on Sunday, 12 February 1843, 
bur. in the chancel at Swanton Abbots. 
M.I. Will dated 16 November 1837, 
with two codicils dated 10 September 
1841 and 25 February 1842, proved 
(P.C.C. 228, 43) 12 April 1843, by the 
Rev. William Jex Jex-Blake and Thomas 
Jex-Blake, sons. Portrait by George 
Clint, A.R.A., at Swanton Abbots' Hall, 
in the possession of Miss Jex-Blake, his 
great grand-daughter. 



^Catherine, dau. of 
Robert Ferrier of 
Starston, co. Nor- 
folk, Mayor of 
Great Yarmouth 
1750 ; marr. 21 
December 1785 ; 
died at Swanton 
Abbots, aged 50, 
16 February 181 5. 
M.I. at Swanton 
Abbots. Memorial 
Ring inscribed : 

" CATH E BLAKE 

DIED 1 6 FEB : 
l8l 5 AGED 50," 

in the possession 
of Mrs. Thomas 
William Jex-Blake. 



Rev. William Jex Jex-Blake of Swanton Abbots' Hall ; born at= 
Swanton Abbots 23 November 1786 ; of Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 25 April 1803, Scholar Michaelmas 1804 to Mid- 
summer 181 1, B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1808 ; Rector of Banningham 25 
July 1814 to 1857, and of Great Hautbois 23 August 1827 to 
1857, both co. Norfolk ; J. P. for co. Norfolk ; died at Lammas, co. 
Norfolk, 23 October 1857, bur. in the chancel at Swanton Abbots. 
M.I. Will dated 17 October 1850, with two codicils dated 
23 August and 10 September 1857, proved (P.C.C. 873, 57) 
18 December 1857, by the Rev. Charles Thomas Jex-Blake, 
son, and Francis John Blake. Small Portrait at Swanton Abbots 
Hall, in the possession of Miss Jex-Blake, his grand-daughter. 



=Maria, 2nd dau. of William 
Lubbock of Lammas, by Anne 
his wife, only dau. and heir of 
Thomas Woodrow of Hautbois 
and Tunstead, co. Norfolk, 
sister of Sir John William 
Lubbock, 2nd Baronet (see 
Pedigree of Avebury, Vol. 12, 
page 64) ; born 1 7 November 
1783; marr. at Lammas n 
June 181 1 ; died 27 April 1857, 
bur. at Swanton Abbots. M.I. 

See "Notes" to "Visitation of 

England and Wales," Vol. 10, 

page 76.) 



Ven ble Townley Blackwood Price, D.D. (3rd surviving son of James= 
Blackwood of Strangford Lodge, co. Down, by Elizabeth Anne his wife, 
only child and heir of Nicholas Price of Saintfield House, co. Down); 
born 5 January 1815; D.D. of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1836, 
Rector of Bright, co. Down, 1859-72, and of Saintfield 1872-73; 
Incumbent of Down 1873, Treasurer of Down Cathedral 1876-90, 
Archdeacon of Down 1890, Rural Dean of Lecale East. 



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=Maria Catherine, born 19 
March 18 13 ; marr. at 
Lammas 23 February 
1 84 1 ; died 23 April 1842. 
Portrait at Swanton 
Abbots' Hall, in the 
possession of Miss Jex- 
Blake, her niece. 



Rev. Robert Ferrier Jex-Blake, B. D. ; born at Swanton= 
Abbots, co. Norfolk, 5 March 1789 ; of Caius College, 
Cambridge, admitted Sizar 13 February 18 17, B.D. 
1827; Captain East Norfolk Regiment (Militia); 
Rector of Bradfield, co. Norfolk, 28 September 1820 
to 183T, of Comber, co. Down, 1831-51, and of 
Great Dunham, co. Norfolk, 185T-62; died at Great 
Dunham Rectory, aged 73, on Thursday, 26 June 1862, 
bur. at Great Dunham. Will dated 13 June 1862, proved 
at Norwich 17 September 1862, by the Rev. William 
Francis Jex-Blake, son. 



Elinor Sarah Elizabeth, youngest dau. 
of William Hoey of Dunganstown 
Castle, co. Wicklow, J. P., Captain 9th 
Foot, by Christian Anne his wife, dau. 
of Francis Price of Saintfield, co. 
Down, M.P., and sister to Nicholas 
Price of Saintfield {see previous page) ; 
marr. at Saintfield 20 October 1828; 
died at Comber 19 March 1838, bur. 
at Saintfield. 



Rev. William Francis Jex-Blake, born at Belfast, co. Antrim,= 
3 December 1829 ; educated at Winchester and at Caius College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 18 October 1848, B.A. 1854 ; Rector 
of Great Dunham 1862-75, a °d of Thurgarton, co. Norfolk, 1876; 
died at the Rectory, Thurgarton, aged 66, on Sunday, 15 December 

1895, bur. at Thurgarton. Admon was granted at Norwich 14 May 

1896, to Isabel Jex-Blake, widow. 



=Isabel, 2nd dau. of John 
Stan field of Preston, co. 
Lancaster, Solicitor; born 
29 December 1844; marr. 
at Neston, co. Chester, 
17 October 1866. 



Robert William Jex-Blake of Tudor, 
Lodge, Alleyne Road, West Dulwich, 
co. Surrey ; born at Kirton, co. 
Suffolk, 8 May 1876, bapt. there. 



William Robert Arthur Blackwood Price= 
(2nd surviving son of James Blackwood 
of Strangford Lodge, co. Down, by 
Elizabeth Anne his wife, only child and 
heir of Nicholas Price of Saintfield 
House); born 22 January 1813. 



=Anna Elizabeth, born 14 
December 18 14; marr. 
at Lammas, co. Norfolk, 
9 May 1843 ; died 24 
February 1844. Portrait 
at Swanton Abbots' Hall, 
in the possession of Miss 
Jex-Blake, her niece. 



Frances Mary, born 5 
September 1816; died 
unmarried at Lammas 
29 October r84i, bur. 
at Swanton Abbots, co. 
Norfolk. M.I. 



A 



William Jex-Blake, 
born at Swanton 
Abbots on Sunday, 
15 April 1849, bapt. 
there ; died 19 
January 1850, bur. 
at Swanton Abbots. 



Rev. Francis William Jex-Blake of Swanton Abbots' Hall ; born at 
Swanton Abbots 8 December 1850, bapt. there; educated at Rugby and 
at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 1 October 1869, B.A. 
1873; M.A. 1877; Curate of Burnham Overy 1875-79, and of Cranwich 
1880-84, both co. Norfolk ; died at Swanton Abbots' Hall 28 May, bur. at 
Swanton Abbots 1 June 1907. 



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Elizabeth, only child= 
of William Palmer of 
Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Hotson of Long 
Stratton, co. Norfolk ; 
born 27 October 
1 80 1 ; marr. 4 Jan- 
uary 182 1 ; died 
6 July following. 
Memorial Tablet in 
church at Swan ton 
Abbots, co. Norfolk. 
Metnorial Ring in- 
scribed : " E. B. OB : 
6 July 182 1 "; also 
a Miniature at ij 
Ennismore Gardens, 
London. 1st wife. 



=Thomas Jex-Blake, LL.D., of= 
Bunwell, co. Norfolk, of 2 Cum- 
berland Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, and of 13 Sussex Square, 
Brighton, co. Sussex ; born at 
Swanton Abbots' Hall 17 De- 
cember 1790; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, LL.B. 181 2, LL.D. 
1 81 7 ; Proctor in Doctors' Com- 
mons; J. P. for co. Norfolk ; died 
at 13 Sussex Square, Brighton, 
aged 77, on Friday, 6 November 
1868, bur. in the churchyard at 
Ovingdean, co. Sussex. Memorial 
Tablet in church at Bunwell, and 
Memorial Windows in the parish 
churches of Rugby and Alve- 
church, both co. Warwick. Will 
dated 13 June 1865, with codicil 
dated 9 July 1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 695, 68) 20 November 
1868, by the Rev. Thomas Wil- 
liam Jex-Blake, son. Miniature 
and a Portrait in crayons at 
ij Ennismore Gardens. 



=Maria Emily, 5th and youngest dau. of 
Thomas Cubitt of Honing Hall, co. 
Norfolk, J.P. and D.L. {Memorial Ring 
inscribed: "in MEMORY: THO 3 CUBITT 
obt : 19 dec: 1829, aet: 70"; also 
Portrait in oils by Clint, in the possession 
of Edward George Cubitt of Honing Hall, 
his grandson], by Catharine his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Henry Spencer of Dulwich, 
co. Surrey ; born at Honing Hall 19 
January, bapt. at Honing 15 February 
1 80 1 ; marr. there (by her brother-in-law, 
the Rev. John Taylor) on Wednesday, 
12 May 1824; died at Eastfield, Rugby, 
aged 80, on Friday, 8 July, bur. in the 
cemetery at Rugby 10 July 1881. Memorial 
Windows in the parish churches of Rugby 
and Alvechurch. Will dated 21 May 1873, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 654, 81) 15 September 
1 88 1, by the Rev. Thomas William Jex- 
Blake, D. D., son. Miniature and a 
Portrait in crayons at ij Ennismore 
Gardens. 2nd wife. 

(See Pedigree of Cubitt, Vol. 17, 
page 2p.) 



Henry Charles Forde of St. Brenda, Wimbledon, co. Surrey (3rd son of=j=Catherine Eleanor, of 



Thomas Arthur Forde, Assistant Barrister counties Down and Roscommon, 
by Louisa his wife, 10th dau. of Michael Head of Denny, co. Tipperary) ; 
born 15 April 1827; educated at College for Civil Engineers, Putney; 
Assoc. M.Inst. C.E. 1857, M.Inst. C.E. 1862; died at West Hill, Epsom, 
co. Surrey, 21 February 1897, bur. at Wimbledon. Will dated 2 January 
1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 271, 97) 15 March 1897, by Catherine Eleanor 
Forde, the relict, Henry Blight Forde and Desmond Forde, sons. 



Lauriston Road, 
Wimbledon; born at 
Comber, co. Down, 
and bapt. there; marr. 
at Great Dunham, 
co. Norfolk, 18 
December 1855. 



A 



William Lubbock Jex Jex-Blake of Swanton= 
Abbots' Hall; born 15 July 1818 ; J.P. for 
co. Norfolk ; died at Swanton Abbots, 
aged 59, on Thursday, 8 November 1877, 
bur. there. M.I. Will dated 30 September 
1877, proved at Norwich 3 May 1878, by 
Susanna Margaret Jex-Blake, relict. 




=Susanna Margaret (his cousin), younger dau. of 
Francis John Blake of Norwich, Solicitor, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. George Norris of Wood 
Norton, co. Norfolk (see "Notes" to "Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. 6, page 146) ; born 19 Oc- 
tober 1825 ; marr. at St. George Tombland, Norwich 
(by the Rev. Henry William Blake), on Thursday, 30 
September 1847 ; died at Swanton Abbots 9 March 
1896, bur. there. Will dated 25 September 1890, 
proved at Norwich 27 April 1896, by the Rev. Francis 
William Jex-Blake and Frederick Oddin Taylor. 



Alice Catherine, of Swanton Abbots' Hall; born 19 
March 1855, bapt. at Swanton Abbots. 

39 



Emma Mary, born 4 June 1857, bapt. at 
Swanton Abbots. 



Judith, died Catherine Charlotte, born 17 September 1794; died unmarried at the Vicarage, 
young. Aylsham, co. Norfolk, 23 February 1855, buried at Swanton Abbots, co. Norfolk. 

M.I. 



Catharine, born 15 August, 
bapt. 21 August 1825 ; died 
on Wednesday, 7 September 
following, bur. at St. 
Pancras', London. 



Thomas William Blake, born 
25 June, bapt. 27 June 1827 ; 
died in Euston Square, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 27 January 
1828, bur. at St. Pancras', 
London. 



Catharine Sophia, born in Euston 
Square, London, on Sunday, 1 1 
January, bapt. 27 February 1829; 
died in Euston Square, aged 2, 20 
December 1830, bur. at St. Pancras', 
London. 



Robert Hoey Jex-Blake, born 15 March 1832, bapt. at Comber, co.= 
Down; educated at Winchester College; Ensign 18th (Royal Irish) 
Foot 23 November 1852, Lieutenant n August 1854, Captain 9 March 
1858; served through the Crimea from December 1854, being present 
at the battle of the Alma, the storming of the Redan, and at the siege 
of Sebastopol (medal with clasp); served in the Indian Mutiny 1857; 
died s.p. at Swaffham, co. Norfolk, aged 82, on Monday, 20 April, bur. 
there 23 April 19 14. 



=Caroline Elizabeth, only 
child of Thomas William 
Flavell of Sussex Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London ; 
marr. at Mundesley, co. 
Norfolk, 20 September 
1864. 



Fanny, eldest dau. of the Rev.= 
Richard Johnson, Rector of Laven- 
ham, co. Suffolk, by Mary Ann 
his wife [Miniatures of the Rev. 
Richard Johnson and Mary Ann 
his wife, in the possession of Miss 
Anna Maria Johnson of The Manor 
House, Locking, near Weston-super- 
Mare, co. Somerset], dau. of George 
Cubitt of Catfield Hall, co. Nor- 
folk, J. P. and D.L. (see Pedigree 
of Cubitt, Vol. 18, page 40) ; born 
at Lavenham 15 November 1830; 
marr. there 4 June 1850; died at 
Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, on Wednes- 
day, 23 September 1863, bur. at 
Gay ton, co. Norfolk. 1st wife. 



=Rev. Charles Thomas= 
Jex-Blake, born 8 March 
1820; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B.A. (Senior 
Opt.) 1842, M.A. 1845 ; 
Rector of Lammas and 
of Lyng 1867, Perpetual 
Curate of St. Martin-at- 
Oak 1854-62, Vicar of 
Gayton 1862-67, all co. 
Norfolk ; died at Lyng 
Rectory, aged 73, on 
Thursday, 8 February 
1894, bur. at Lyng. 
Will dated 2 December 
1882, proved at Norwich 
13 July 1894, by Frances 
Jex-Blake, relict. 



•Frances (his cousin), eldest dau. of 
Francis John Blake of Norwich, 
Solicitor, by Sarah his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. George Norris of Wood 
Norton, co. Norfolk (see "Notes " 
to " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. 6, page 146) ; born 
10 November 1824; marr. at Swan- 
ton Abbots 15 June 1869; died at 
Gayton House, Heigham, co. Norfolk, 
25 February 191 2, bur. at Lyng. 
Will dated n June 1907, with two 
codicils dated 24 February and 19 
April 1910, proved at Norwich 23 
April 191 2, by William Heitland 
Blake and Frederic Oddin Taylor. 
2nd wife. 



Fanny Susanna, born 
13 October 1861, 
bapt. at Swanton 
Abbots ; died 7 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Swanton 
Abbots 1 2 February 
19 10. 



Charles Jex-Blake, born 28 November 1864, bapt.=j=Fanny, of Church Farm, 
at Swanton Abbots ; died at Banham, co. Norfolk, Banham, dau. of A. 
24 March 1 9 10, - Kettle of Banham; born 

bur. at Swanton f A ^\ * 16 January 1872; marr. 

Abbots. / g A * f 2 U I *s at Coddenham, co. Suf- 

I 1<XJZ*V yHt-CvA-ft. folk, 24 July 1897. 



Susanna Alice, born 
7 July 1899, bapt. 
at Banham. 



William Francis Jex-Blake, 
born 8 March 1903, bapt. 
at Banham. 

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Frances Lubbock, born 
at Banham 6 April 
T906, bapt. there. 



Margaret Betty, born 
14 November rgio, 
bapt. at Banham. 



Rev. John Gunton (2nd son of Dennis Gunton of= 
Matlaske, co. Norfolk) ; of Christ's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 4 February 1824, Scholar 20 April 
1825; B.A. (24th Senior Opt.) 1828; Rector of 
Marsham, co. Norfolk, 8 May 1843-88 ; died at 10 Marine 
Parade, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, aged 84, 20 March 1890, 
bur. at Marsham. Will dated 24 September 1880, with 
two codicils dated 14 February 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 
371, 90) 11 April 1890, by George Gunton, brother. 



=Elizabeth, born 11 November 1799; 
marr. at Lewisham, co. Kent, 6 July 
1843; died at 10 Marine Parade, 
Lowestoft, aged 98, on Saturday, 8 
January 1898, bur. at Marsham. Will 
dated 25 February 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 158, 98) 17 February 1898, by 
the Rev. Philip Preston Gwyn and 
William Arthur Shanri, Surgeon. 



Very Rev. Thomas William Jex-Blake, D.D., of Bunwell, co. Norfolk, and= 
of 13 Ennismore Gardens, London; born in Euston Square, London, on 
Thursday, 26 January, bapt. at St. Pancras', London, 2 March 1832 ; 
educated at Rugby and at University College, Oxford, matriculated 
21 March 1851, Scholar 1851, B.A. (ist-class Classical Mods. 1853, 1st 
Lit. Hum. 1855, Proxime Accessit Hertford Scholarship 1853, mentioned, 
Ireland Scholarship, 1854) 1855, Fellow of Queen's College 1855-58, 
M.A. 1857, B. and D.D. 1873; Composition Master, Sixth Form, 
Marlborough College 1855, Assistant Master Rugby School 1858-68, 
Principal of Cheltenham College 1868-74, and Head Master Rugby 
School 1874-86 ; Rector of Alvechurch, co. Worcester, 1887-91, Dean of 
Wells 1891-1911 ; J. P. for co, Worcester, Lord of the Manor of Bunwell ; 
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and of the Royal Geographical Society; 
Author of "Long Vacation in Continental Picture Galleries," 1858, 
"Comprehension, The Toleration Act," 1873, "Life in Faith ; Sermons in 
Rugby Chapel," 1875, "Higher Religious Education," 1896; died at 13 
Ennismore Gardens, aged 83, on Friday, 2 July, bur. at Ovingdean, co. 
Sussex, on Tuesday, 6 July 1915, after a service at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens. Portrait in oils by Hermati G. Herkomer at Rugby School, and 
two others, one by Sir John Everett Millais, Bt., and the other by Herman 
G. Herkomer, also Miniature as a child, at 13 Ennismore Gardens. 



T- "w • &*■ * rf*^-***- 



flenrietta, 2nd dau. 
of John Cordery of 
Weatherall House, 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, by Hen- 
rietta his wife, dau. 
of James Atkins 
of Bishopstoke, co. 
Hants [Portrait 
in oils at 13 
EnnismoreGardens, 
London] ; married 
at Christ Church, 
Hampstead, on 
Saturday, 27 June 
1857. Portrait in 
oils by Sir John 
Everett Millais, Bt. , 
at 13 Ennismore 
Gardens. 



_ 



Rev. George William Winter (3rd son of John Palmer Winter of Acton, = 
co. Middlesex, by Mary his wife, dau. of C. Gordon of Berkhampstead, 
co. Hertford); bora in 1823, bapt. at St. Pancras, co. Middlesex; of 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 10 June 1841, aged 18, 
B.A. 1845, M - A - 1848; Rector of East Bradenham 1848, Curate of 
Litcham with East Lexham, 1853-55, Rector 1855-86, and of Little 
Fransham, all co. Norfolk, 1886-90; died at Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 
aged 79, on Sunday, 22 June, bur. at Litcham on Wednesday, 25 June 
1902. Will dated 18 July 1900, proved at Norwich 26 August 1902, by 
Heathcote Gordon Winter, eldest son, and Alfred John Winter, 2nd son. 



^Harriet Price Charity, 
bom at Comber, co. 
Down, 11 May 1834, 
bapt. there ; marr. at 
Great Dunham, co. 
Norfolk (by the Rev. 
William Francis Jex- 
Blake), on Thursday, 
27 March 1856. 



A 



Fanny Helenia, born 
1 August 1852, bapt. 
at Holt, co. Norfolk. 



Maria Anna, born 15 
November 1853, bapt. 
at Buxton, co. Norfolk. 



Margaret Agnes Lubbock, born 27 November 
1855, bapt. at St. Martin's-at-Oak, Norwich; 
died 18 January 1881, bur. at Lyng. 



4' 



Caroline Anne, 
born in Cumber- 
land Terrace, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 21 July, 
bapt. 15 August 
1834 ; died, aged 
79, on Monday, 
20 October, bur. 
at Ovingdean, 
co. Sussex, 24 
October 1913. 



Sophia Louisa, M.D. ; born 21 January, bapt. at St. Clement's, Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 28 February 1840 ; Mathematical Tutor at Queen's College, London, 
1858-61 ; studied medicine in Boston, U.S.A., 1866, and at Edinburgh 1869 ; 
M.D. (University of Berne) 1877, Licentiate 1877 and Member 1880 of the 
Irish College of Physicians ; founded London School of Medicine for 
Women 1874, and a similar school in Edinburgh 1886; retired in 1899; 
Author of " Medical Women" (2nd edition) 1886, and other works ; died at 
Windydene, Mark Cross, co. Sussex, aged 71, on Sunday, 7 January, bur. at 
Rotherfield, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 10 January 191 2. Memorial Tablets 
in St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, and on wall of Edinburgh Hospital for 
Women and Children. Will dated 16 October 1910, with two codicils dated 
20 March 191 1 and 12 May 191 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 183, 191 2) 14 February 
19 1 2, by James Cordery and Margaret Georgina Todd, M.D. 



Florence, born Alfred Fowell Buxton of Fairhill, co. Kent, and of 32 ; 

at Rugby, co. Great Cumberland Place, London (4th son of Thomas 

Warwick, on Fowell Buxton of Easneye, co. Hertford, by Rachel Jane 

Good Friday, his wife, dau. of Samuel Gurney of Ham House, co. 

2 April, bapt. at Essex); born at Leytonstone House, co. Essex, on 

Holy Trinity, Tuesday, 28 March 1854 ; educated at Rugby, admitted 

Rugby, 1 1 May in May 1868, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 

1858. lated 1873, B.A. 1877; Director of Union of London 

and Smith's Bank, Limited ; Governor and Trustee of 

Rugby School ; Alderman of the London County 

Council 1904, Chairman 19 16. Portrait by the Hon bU 

John Collier at Fairhill. /^ 



-- Violet, born at Rugby 
on Friday, 1 April, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Rugby, 1 5 May 1859; 
married by special 
licence at Rugby 
School Chapel on 
Tuesday, 6 January 
1885. Portrait by Sir 
William Richmond 
at Fairhill. 



Rev. Philip Edward Miles (son=j=Elinor Sarah, born 



of John Miles of Watford, co. 
Hertford, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Davison); born 29 
July, bapt. at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 4 November 1830 ; 
educated at Harrow 1 846-49, and 
at Caius College, Cambridge, ad- 
mitted Pensioner 6 June 1849, 
B.A. 1853 ; Perpetual Curate of 
Owlesbury, co. Hants, 1865-68, 
Rector of Odstock, co. Wilts, 
1868; died at Odstock 2 May 
1909, bur. there. Will dated 17 
August 1907, proved at Salisbury 
5 June 1909, by Elinor Sarah 
Miles, relict, and Newill Pitts 
Squarey. 



at Comber, co. 
Down, 22' April 
1835, bapt. there; 
married at Great 
Dunham, co. Nor- 
folk (by the Rev. 
William Francis 
Jex-Blake, assisted 
by the Rev. George 
William Winter), 
on Wednesday, 3 
February 1864 ; 
died 18 September 
1909. 



Very Rev. John Pierce= 
Brown of Seaforde, 
Clough, co. Down, Dean 
of Down; born 23 July 
1843 ; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, B.A. 1868, M.A. 
1884; Curate of Kilmore, 
co. Down, 1860-70, 
Rector of Loughinisland, 
co. Down, 1870-1911, 
Rector of Seaforde, Pre- 
centor and Canon of 
Down Cathedral 1870-99, 
Rural Dean of Lecale 
West 1870-1912, Arch- 
deacon of Down 1899 
-1912, Dean 1912. 



! 

=Sarah Price, 
born at Com- 
ber; marr. at 
Odstock on 
Thursday, 
28 October 
1875; died 
in 1907, bur. 
at Brighton, 
co. Sussex. 



Thomas Jex-Blake of=j=Fanny Marian, youngest dau. of William Abbott 



Gisborne, New Zealand ; 
born 7 September 1857, 
bapt. at St. Martin's-at- 
Oak, Norwich. 



Green of Capel Lodge, co. Surrey, Inspector- 
General of Hospitals, Bengal, India ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on 
Saturday, 14 October 1882. 



Lawrence Jex-Blake, 
born in New Zealand. 



Sheila, born in 
New Zealand. 



Thomas Jex-Blake, 
born in New Zealand. 

42 



Mary Richenda, 
born 23 February 
i860, bapt. at Lam- 
mas, co. Norfolk. 



Charlotte Evelyn, 
born 1 8 April 
1 86 1, bapt. at 
Lammas. 



Katharine, born at Rugby, 
co. Warwick, on Sunday, 
1 8 November i860, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Hamp- 
stead, co. Middlesex, 8 
February 1861 ; Scholar 
of Girton College, Cam- 
bridge, 1879, Class I., 
Classical Tripos, 1882, 
Classical Lecturer at Gir- 
ton 1885, Vice-Mistress 
1903-16, Mistress 19 16. 
Portrait in oils by Herman 
G. Herkomer, at zjJEnms- 
more Gardens, London. 



Henrietta, born at Rugby on 
Tuesday, 8 July, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Rugby, 8 September 
1862 ; studied music at the 
Leipzic Conservatoire, Dresden 
and Vienna ; Second Mistress 
of St. Margaret's School, 
Polmont, co. Stirling, 1898, 
Head Mistress 1899-1909, 
Principal of Lady Margaret 
Hall, Oxford, October 1909. 
Portrait in oils by Herman 
G. Herkomer, at 13 Ennismore 
Gardens. 



Evangeline, born 
at Rugby on 
Sunday, 22 No- 
vember 1863, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Hamp- 
stead ; artist. 
Pastel by herself 
at 13 Ennismore 
Gardens. 



Clara, born at 
Rugby onThurs- 
day, 22 June, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Rugby, 
i20ctoben865; 
trained as Hos- 
pital Nurse at 
St.Thomas'Hos- 
pital, London, 
1891-95, and at 
Addenbrook's, 
Cambridge. 



Bertha, born at Rugby on Friday, 10 May, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Rugby, 17 July 1867; 
educated at Edinburgh School ; M.B., Ch.B. 
Edin. 1903; late Assistant Medical Officer 
County and City Asylum, Burghill, co. Here- 
ford, and Clinical Assistant West Riding 
Asylum, Menstone, co. York; accidentally 
drowned at Goathland, co. York, aged 47, on 
Sunday, 7 November 1915, bur. at Ovingdean, 
co. Sussex. Portrait in crayons by Miller 
(with her sister Margaret), at 13 Ennismore 
Gardens. 



Margaret, born 
at Rugby on 
Sunday, 1 7 May, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Rugby, 
6 July 1868. 
Portrait in oils 
by Herman G. 
Herkomer, at 
13 Ennismore 
Gardens. 



Lucy Eleanor, born at 12 
Suffolk Square, Chelten- 
ham, co. Gloucester, on 
Wednesday, 10 February, 
bapt. at St. Philip and St. 
James', Leckhampton, co. 
Gloucester, 2 May 1870. 
Portrait in oils by Herman 
G. Herkomer, at 13 Ennis- 
more Gardens. 



Thomas Bowen Jex-Blake, born at 
12 Suffolk Square, Cheltenham, on 
Sunday, 4 February, bapt. at St. 
Philip and St. James', Leckhampton, 
6 April 1872; King's Scholar at 
Eton 1885-90; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 January 
1891, B.A. 1894 (Chancellor's 
Prize for Latin Verse 1891, 2nd 
Classical Mods. 1892, 4th Greats 
1894); Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. ; 
Engineer on East Indian Railway 
1 900-1 909; died in the Red Sea, 
outward bound for Calcutta, aged 
37, on Friday, 15 October 1909. 
Portrait in crayons by Miller 
(with his brother Arthur John), 
at 13 Ennismore Gardens. 



Arthur John Jex-Blake of 47 Upper Brook Street, 
London; born at Bunwell House, Cheltenham, on 
Thursday, 31 July, bapt. at St. Philip and St. James', 
Leckhampton, 17 October 1873; King's Scholar at 
Eton 1886-92 ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 October 1892, Demy 1892, Jenner Exhibition 
1896, B.A. 1896 (2nd Mods. 1894, 1st Chemistry Finals 
1896); University Scholarship, St. George's Hospital, 
1898, Radcliffe Travelling Fellow, Oxford, 1902-1906, 
M.A., M.B., B.Ch., Oxford, 1901 ; M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1901, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1912; Goulstonian Lecturer, 
Royal College of Physicians, 19 13; Assistant Physician 
St. George's Hospital 1905, and to Brompton Hospital 
for Consumption 1909; Author (with G. Dreyer) of 
"Agglutination of Bacteria," 1906, and "Mild and 
Latent Cases of Congenital Heart Disease," 191 2, 
also of "Tuberculosis, its Forms, Treatment, and 
Prevention." 



*•/- forBGduL. 



45 



Portrait by Sir John Everett Millais, Bt., of the Very 
Rev. Thomas William J ex- Blake, D.D., Head Master of 
Rugby, afterwards Dean of Wells; born 26 January 1832 ; 
died 2 July igi 5 ; in the possession of Mrs. J ex- Blake, at 
13 Ennismore Gardens, London. 



JMson of Holmemeyt^tfje^ea, to. JSorfolL 



Arms. — Or a cross patonce throughout sable over all 

a bend gules. 
Crest. — A talbot's head erased. 
Motto. — Faith and works. 



Matthew Thurlow Nelson of Holme-next-the-Sea, co.= 
Norfolk (4th and eldest surviving son of Matthew 
Nelson of Holme-next-the-Sea, by Ann his wife, only 
child of Giles Thurlow of Holme-next-the-Sea); born 
at Holme-next-the-Sea 5 March 1791, bapt. there the 
next day ; died at Holme-next-the-Sea, aged 73, 25 Feb- 
ruary, bur. there 2 March 1864. M.I. Will dated 15 
June 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 269, 64) 20 April 1864. 



=Martha Elizabeth, dau. of John Holley 
of Holme-next-the-Sea and of Aylsham, 
co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of George Hunt Holley of Aylsham ; 
born at Aylsham 3 February 1784; 
marr. there by licence on Thursday, 
24 February T814, marriage settlements 
dated 5 February ; died at Holme-next- 
the-Sea, aged 47, 1 May, bur. in the 
nave of the church there 9 May 1831. 
M.I. 



Elizabeth, born at Holme- 
next-the-Sea on Thursday, 
16 February, bapt. there 
1 9 February 1815; died 
at King's Lynn, co. Nor- 
folk, 1 1 March, bur. in the 
old part of the cemetery 
at King's Lynn 17 March 
1905. M.I. Will dated 
6 August 1903, proved at 
Norwich n April 1905. 



Robert Nelson Emerson (her= 
cousin), 2nd surviving son of 
Robert Emerson of Titchwell, co. 
Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife, 4th 
dau. of Matthew Nelson of Holme- 
next -the-Sea; born ioFebruary 1816; 
died at S waff ham, co. Norfolk, aged 
86, 25 August, bur. there 29 August 
1902. M.I. Will dated 5 Octo- 
ber 1869, proved at Norwich 27 
September 1902. 



=Martha Ann, born at Holme- 
next-the-Sea 29 January, 
bapt. there 4 February 18 16 ; 
marr. by licence at Holme- 
next-the-Sea 19 May 1842 ; 
died at Swaffham, aged 88, 
19 December, bur. there 21 
December T904. M.I. Will 
dated 29 August 1903, proved 
at Norwich 9 February 1905. 



Catherine, dau. of= 
Samuel Sharpe of 
Sunderland House, 
near Docking, co. 
Norfolk ; born 8 
February 1822 ; 
marr. at Docking 
17 March 1842 ; 
died, aged 29, 10 
January, bur. at 
Great Bircham, co. 
Norfolk, 1 7 Jan- 
uary 1852. M.I. 
1st wife. 



=Matthew Nelson of= 
Holme - next - the- 
Sea ; born 1 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
3 February 181 7 ; 
died at Holme-next- 
the-Sea, aged 57, 
23 October, bur. 
there 29 October 
1874. M.I., also a 
memorial window 
in church painted 
by his widow. Will 
dated 31 March 
1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 750, 74), 27 
November 1874. 



^^b/^^ 



=Jane Anne, elder dau. of the Rev. Mary, born at 

George Steers Faught, Rector of Holme-next-the- 

Bradfield St. Clare, co. Suffolk, Sea 6 January, 

by Ann Jane his wife, dau. of bapt. there 18 

Frederic le Clerc, and niece of January 18 18; 

General le Clerc of the French died at King's 

Army, who married the Princess Lynn 12 April, 

Pauline Bonaparte, sister of bur. in the old 

Napoleon I. ; born at Baddagama, part of the ceme- 

near Point de Galle, Ceylon, 25 tery at King's 

June 1828 ; marr. at Great Bircham Lynn 18 April 

2 February 1853; died at Thorn- 1900. M.I. Will 

ham, co. Norfolk, 1 May, bur. at dated 8 May 

Holme-next-the-Sea 3 May 1900. 1890, proved at 

M.I. Will dated 23 April 1900, Norwich 12 May 

proved at Norwich 22 June 1900. 1900. 
2nd wife. 



James Nelson, born at Holme- 
next-the-Sea 5 April, bapt. there 
30 April 1843 ; died at Holme- 
next-the-Sea, aged 6 months, 
19 September, bur. there 23 
September following. M.I. 



John Nelson of Holme-next-the-Sea and of Manchester ; 
born at Great Bircham on Thursday, 24 October, bapt. there 
1 December 1844; died unmarried at Wath-upon-Dearn, co. 
York, aged 53, 6 September, bur. at Holme-next-the-Sea 
9 September r898. M.I. Will dated 12 April 1897, proved 
at Manchester 13 October 1898. 

45 



Rev. Henry Nelson, born at Great Bircham, co.= 
Norfolk, on Monday, 6 October, bapt. there 9 No- 
vember 1845 ; of Clare College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term 1865, B.A. 1869; Curate of 
Market Rasen, co. Lincoln, 1865-75; Vicar of 
Usselby 1870-75, and of Legsby, both co. Lincoln, 
1877; J. P. for co. Lincoln; died at Market Rasen, 
aged 36, 5 December 1881, bur. there. M.I. Will 
dated 28 December 1872, proved at Lincoln 13 
January 1882. 



■Frances Anne, of The Poplars, Lincoln ; 
2nd dau. of Charles Chad Tumour 
(grandson of Edward Tumour, 2nd Earl 
of Winterton), by Frances Louisa his wife, 
dau. of Lieut.- Colonel Harcourt Master 
of Catton, co. Norfolk ; marr. at Ellen- 
hall, co. Stafford (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Adolphus Augustus Tumour), on 
Tuesday, 25 April 187 1. 



Cyril Henry Tumour Nelson, 
born at Market Rasen 29 
March 1872, bapt. there; 
died at Southsea, co. Hants, 
aged 12, 17 May 1884, bur. 
at Market Rasen. M.I. 



Beatrice Tumour, born at 
Market Rasen 3 August 
1873, bapt. there. 



Rev. Philip Gramme Peacocke (son of the= 
Rev. William James Peacocke of Clyde 
House, Southwell, co. Nottingham, formerly 
Vicar of Upton, co. Nottingham) ; of Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1889, B.A. 1892 ; Curate 
of Christ Church, Jarrow Grange, 1896-1901, 
of St. John's, Darlington, 1901-1904, and of 
St. Hilda's, South Shields, all co. Durham, 
1904-1907 ; Vicar of Tweedmouth, co. 
Northumberland, 1907. 



=Mabel Tumour, 
born at Market 
Rasen 29 Jan- 
uary 1875, bapt. 
there ; married 
at St. Martin's, 
Lincoln, 26 July 
1905. 



A 



Charles Richard Whitty, M.D., of Minna= 
Lodge, Hunstanton, co. Norfolk (2nd son of 
the Rev. David La Touche Whitty); of Trinity 
College, Dublin, B.A. 1867, M.D. 1880, M.B., 
B.Ch. 1868 ; Medical Officer of Health for 
Docking Rural District Council and Hun- 
stanton Urban District Council ; Admiralty 
Surgeon and Agent; Surgeon-Major 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment ; died 
at Hunstanton, aged 63, 1 1 September, 
bur. at Holme-next-the-Sea 14 September 
1906. M.I. Will dated 8 April 1906, proved 
at Norwich 1 November 1906. 



=Annie, of Holme-next-the-Sea ; born at Great 
Bircham 18 November, bapt. there 18 Decem- 
ber 1853 ; marr. at Holme-next-the-Sea (by the 
Rev. David La Touche Whitty) on Thursday, 
27 November 1873 ; purchased Holme House 
from her brother John in 1892 ; died at Hun- 
stanton 21 June, bur. at Holme-next-the-Sea 25 
June 1903. M.I. Will dated 4 June 1902, 
proved at Norwich 27 July 1903. Portrait by 
James Sant, R.A., was exhibited at the Royal 
Academy in 1897. 



I 
James Nelson of Holme-next-the-Sea ; born= 

at Great Bircham 12 March, bapt. there 15 
April 1855 J restored the church at Holme- 
next-the-Sea, of which he was churchwarden ; 
died at Norwich, aged 53, 15 June, bur. in the 
cemetery there 17 June 1908. M.I. Will dated 
20 April 1908, proved at Norwich 23 July 
1908. 



'Frances (his cousin), dau. of William Ryder 
Durant, by Rosa le Clerc his wife, 2nd dau. of 
the Rev. George Steers Faught ; marr. at Holme- 
next-the-Sea (by the Rev. Henry Nelson) on 
Tuesday, 18 July 1876; died at Norwich 16 
September, bur. in the cemetery there 20 
September 1906. M.I. 



Hilda, born at Holme-next- 
the-Sea 27 December 1877, 
bapt. there 27 January 1878. 



Halcott Thurlow Nelson, born at 
Holme-next-the-Sea 20 February, 
bapt. there 23 March 1879. 

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Clara, born at Holme-next- 
the-Sea 6 April, bapt. there 
16 May 1880. 



Matthew Nelson, 
born at Great 
Bircham, co. Nor- 
folk, 6 November, 
bapt. there 20 De- 
cember 1847 jdied 
at Great Bircham, 
aged 11, 29 Jan- 
uary, bur. there 
5 February 1858. 
M.I. 



Catharine, born at Great Bircham 
1 February, bapt. there 12 March 
1848, died 17 June following, bur. 
at Great Bircham 23 June. M.I. 



Catharine, born at Great Bircham 
5 January, bapt. there 4 February 
1849, died at Great Bircham 2 April 
following, bur. there 9 April. M.I. 



Elizabeth, born at Great Bircham 
27 February, bapt. there 7 April 
1850, died at Great Bircham 2 June 
following, bur. there 7 June. M.I. 



Ann, born at Great Bircham 12 
April, bapt. there 11 May 1851, 
died at Great Bircham 16 July 
following, bur. there 23 July. M.I. 



Katharine Tumour, 
born at Market 
Rasen, co. Norfolk, 
8 April 1876, died, 
aged 4 months, 10 
August following, 
bur. at Market Rasen. 
M.I. 



Cyril Nelson, youngest= 
son of the Rev. Thomas 
Sherlock Nelson, Rector 
of St. Peter- at -Arches, 
Lincoln and Prebendary 
in Lincoln Cathedral. 



=Grace Tumour, born at 
Market Rasen 1 2 September 
1877, bapt. there; marr. 
at St. Martin's, Lincoln 
(by the Rev. Philip Graeme 
Peacocke, assisted by the 
Rev. Edmund Nelson), on 
Wednesday, 10 June 1908. 



Jessie Tumour, 
born at Market 
Rasen 9 March 
1880, died, aged 
6 months, 30 Sep- 
tember following, 
bur. at Market 
Rasen. M.I. 



Frederick Thomas=T=Elizabeth, born at 



Knight, eldest son 
of Frederick Knight 
of Castle Rising 
Lodge, co. Norfolk. 



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Great Bircham 22 
January, bapt. there 
22 February 1857 ; 
marr.atHolme-next- 
the-Sea, co. Norfolk 
(by her half-brother, 
Rev.HenryNelson), 
on Wednesday, 2 
February 1876. 



Thomas Nelson of=Maude Anna Louisa, only dau. 

Holme-next-the-Sea, of William Phipps Boileau, 
by Louisa Mary Palmer (nk 
Howell) his wife ; born at 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
15 February 1868; married 
at St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 
25 January 1898. 



co. Norfolk ; born at 
Holme-next-the-Sea 
3 June, bapt. there 
2 July 1871. 



Sidney James Nelson, 
born at Holme-next- 
the-Sea 18 January, 
bapt. there 19 February 
1882. 



Charles Matthew Nelson, 
born at Holme-next-the- 
Sea 14 June, bapt. there 
15 July 1883. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at Holme-next-the- 
Sea 8 April, bapt. there 9 May 1886. 

Frances le Clerc, born at Holme-next- 
the-Sea 7 January 1890, bapt. there the 
same day. 



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<£oot> of Sston Court, to. ^Worcester. 

Arms.— Gules a chevron or between three lions rampant argent. 
Crest. — An otter passant argent on a crest coronet. 



Thomas Good of Aston Court, co. Worcester 
(eldest son of Samuel Good of Aston Court, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of Edward Wheeler of 
The Moor, Lindridge, co. Worcester) ; born at 
Aston Court and bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme, co. 
Worcester, 6 January 1788 ; died at Aston Court 
17 March 1830, bur. at Knighton-on-Teme. 
Will dated 25 December 1829, proved (P.C.C. 
703 Beard) 18 December 1830, by William 
Good, brother. 



=Sarah Cleeton, of 
Corvedale, co. Salop ; 
marr. at Corvedale 
in 1823 ; purchased 
Neenton,near Bridge- 
north, co. Salop ; died 
at Neenton, aged 73, 
8 June, bur. there 12 
June 1868. 



Samuel Clarke Good of Aston Court; born at Aston Court i5=f=Sarah, dau. of Thomas 



February, bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 16 February 1824 ; 
educated at Bridgnorth ; died at Aston Court 7 April, bur. at 
Knighton 12 April 1905. Will dated 19 February 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1073, 1905) 9 August 1905, by Thomas Downes Potter, 
Samuel Clarke Good, William Good, sons, and John Downes 
Weaver, son-in-law. 



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Wheeler of Shelsley 
Beauchamp, co. Worcester, 
by Mary Ann his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Crane of 
Stourport, co. Worcester ; 
born 26 September 1835 ; 
marr. at Shelsley Beau- 
champ 7 August 1854. 



John Downes Weaver=Marian, born at Aston 
of Eastham, co. Wor- Court 9 September, 
bapt. at Knighton-on- 
Teme 6 October 1856; 
marr. there 12 Novem- 
ber 1890. 



John Minton Hall of=y=Jane, born at Aston 



cester, son of John 
Weaver of Eastham. 



Marsh Hall, Orleton, 
co. Hereford (3rd son 
of William Hall of 
Marsh Hall) ; born at 
Ashton, co. Hereford. 



Court 31 January, 
bapt. at Knighton-on- 
Teme 28 February 
1859 ; marr. there 
2 August 1887. 



A\ 



Samuel Clarke Good of Rushock Court, Droitwicty 
co. Worcester; born at Aston Court 15 February, 
bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 19 March i860 ; 
educated at Hanley Castle, co. Worcester. 



=Eliza Maria, dau. of James Nott of 
Knighton Church House, co. Worcester; 
born 31 December 1867; married at 
Knighton-on-Teme 2 December 1891. 



Mabel Elsie, born at Bickley, Ernest Thomas Clarke Good, born Mary Helen, born at 

co. Worcester, 4 October, at Bickley 1 August, bapt. at Rushock, co. Worcester, 

bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 30 Knighton-on-Teme 7 October 23 April, bapt. there 30 

October 1892. 1894 ; educated at Kidderminster. August 1896. 



Edward Cecil Good, born at 
Rushock, co. Worcester, 1 
January, bapt. there 11 March 
1900. 



Kathleen Sarah, born at Alan Wheeler Good, born at 

Rushock n August, Rushock 13 December 1906, 

bapt. there 16 September bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 15 

1903. April 1907. 



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Thomas Good of Neenton, co. Salop ; born at Sarah Harriett, born at Aston Court and 



Aston Court and bapt. at Knighton- on-Teme, 
both co. Worcester, 27 November 1825 ; died at 
Neenton 19 April, bur. there 24 April 1902. 
Will dated 16 April 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
645, 1902) 16 May 1902, by Samuel Clarke 
Good, nephew, and Joseph Bell. 



bapt. at Knighton -on-Teme 13 November 
1827; died unmarried at Neenton 19 Feb- 
ruary bur. there 24 February 1887. Admon 
was granted at Shrewsbury 21 April 1887, 
to Thomas Good, brothen 



John Good of Blackrod, co. Lancaster ;* 
born at Aston Court 10 February, bapt. 
at Shelsley Beauchamp, co. Worcester, 
26 May 1863 ; a Student at Charing 
Cross Hospital, London, M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1888, L.S.A. Lond. 1884. 



Constance Edith, dau. of 
Peter Ross of Shrewsbury, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. 
of John Gwynne ; born at 
Shrewsbury 20 November 
1863. 



Edith Nest, born at Robertsbridge, 
co. Sussex, 21 August 1892, bapt. 
at Battle, co. Sussex. 



William Good of Aston 
Court ; born at Aston 
Court 5 October 1864, 
bapt. at Knighton-on- 
Teme 13 January 1865 ; 
educated at Bewdley, 
co. Worcester. 



John Eric Ockold Good, born 
at Stockport, co. Chester, 19 
February 1899, bapt. there. 



Catherine, born at Aston 
Court, co. Worcester, n 
March, bapt. at Knighton- 
on-Teme 17 June 1866. 



Thomas Charles Good of Peel,= 
Isle of Man ; born at Aston Court 
15 December 1867, bapt. at 
Knighton-on-Teme 20 January 1868; 
educated at Hereford. 



Aston Cleeton Good, born 
at Peel T5 August 1903, 
bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 
19 September 1904. 



Gladwyn, born at Peel 20 
September 1907, bapt. at 
Knighton-on-Teme 20 July 
1909. 



=Henrietta, dau. of Henry 
Renshaw of Rugeley, co. 
Stafford; born 14 February 
T877 ; marr. at Peel 2 August 

T902. 



Glen Halford Good, born at 
Peel 4 January 1910, bapt. 
at Knighton-on-Teme 6 June 
1914. 



Edith Sarah, born 
at Aston Court 6 
February 1869, 
bapt. at Knighton- 
on-Teme 1 4 March 
1869. 



Edward Wheeler Good, born 
at Aston Court 19 October, 
bapt. at Knighton-on-Teme 
16 November 1873 ; died at 
Winnipeg, Canada, aged 20, 
6 December 1893, bur. there. 



May Louise, 
born at Aston 
Court 7 May, 
bapt. at Knigh- 
ton- on -Teme 
25 May 1875. 



Henry James Good, born 
at Aston Court 18 No- 
vember 1878, bapt. at 
Knighton-on-Teme 10 
February 1879; educated 
at Cleobury Mortimer, 
co. Salop. 



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/K*** 



Softer of <£lantJoban, co* ^emhrofee. 

Arms. — Azure a chevron between three wolves' heads 

erased or. 
Crest. — A wolf's head erased or. 
A/otto. — Frangas non flectes. 



Robert Gower of Glandovan, co. Pembroke (4th son of= 
Abel Gower of Glandovan, by Lettice his wife, only dau. 
and heir of the Rev. Erasmus Lewis, Vicar of Lampeter, 
co. Cardigan); born at Glandovan in 1755; died in London. 




(For earlier Pedigree see " Notes " to " Visitation of 
England and Wales" Vol. 11, page i?J.) 



=Sarah, dau. of George Favell ; 
marr. in 1786; died at 20 York 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 
aged 88, on Thursday, 10 January 
1856. Will dated 30 December 

1853, with codicil dated 1 August 

1854, proved (P.C.C. 290, 56) 9 
April 1856, by Robert Frederic 
Gower, son. 



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Georgiana, born 
12 August 1787; 
died at 20 
York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, 
London, on Fri- 
day, 20 Novem- 
ber 1846, bur. 
in London. 



Frances Maria, 
born 6 May 
1789, and died 
young. 



Sarah, born 6 Feb- 
ruary 1 791; died at 
20 York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, Lon- 
don, 9 March 1852, 
bur. in London. 
Adnion was granted 
(P.C.C.) 25 May 
1852, to Robert 
Frederic Gower. 



John Lewes Gower, 
born 12 November 
1792 ; died young. 



Robert Frederic Gower of Glan-= 
dovan and of Clynderwen, co. 
Pembroke, and of Devonshire 
Place, Marylebone, London ; born 
31 December 1794; J. P. for co. 
Carmarthen, High Sheriff co. 
Pembroke 1844; died at Castle 
Malgwyn, co. Pembroke, aged 89, 
on Friday, 12 September, bur. at 
Kilgerran, co. Pembroke, 17 Sep- 
tember 1884. Adftion was granted 
at Carmarthen 29 November 1884, 
to Erasmus Gower, son. 



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=Lillias Miller, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Dr. 
Anthony Stewart, 
Minister of Kirk- 
cowan, co. Wigton, 
by Grace his wife, 
dau. of Andrew 
Dickson Mains of 
Larg, Glenluce, co. 
Wigton ; marr. at 
Kirkcowan 3 Sep- 
tember 1832 ; died 
at Castle Malgwyn, 
aged 72, on Tues- 
day, 1 1 May, bur. 
at Kilgerran 1 5 
May 1880. 



Erasmus Gower of Glandovan and Castle Malgwyn, co. Pembroke,; 
and of Clyn Derwen, co. Carmarthen ; born at Hornsey, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 21 November 1833, bapt. at the parish 
church, Hornsey (by the Rev. Herbert Gower), 23 January 1834; 
educated at Harrow, admitted January 1847; Cornet 12th (Prince 
of Wales') Lancers 29 July 1856, Lieutenant 9 October 1857, 
Captain 31 March 1863; J. P. for counties of Pembroke and 
Carmarthen, Member of the Pembroke County Council ; died at 
Castle Malgwyn, aged 80, on Friday, 29 May, bur. at Kilgerran 
3 June 1914. Will dated 21 September 1899, with codicil dated 
8 August 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 1268, 14), 14 August 1914, by 
Catherine Vans Gower, relict, and William Malcolm Fleming 
Hamilton. Portrait in the possession of his son, Captain Erasmus 
William Gower. 




Catherine Vans, 2nd dau. 
of Robert Vans Agnew of 
Barnbarroch, co. Wigton, 
M.P., by Mary Elizabeth 
his wife, 2nd dau. of Sir 
David Hunter Blair of 
Blairquhan, co. Ayr, 
Baronet ; bom at Edin- 
burgh 3 June, bapt. there 
in July 1S55 ; marr. at 
Barnbarroch on Wednes- 
day, 20 January 1875. 




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Abel Lewes Gower of Castle Malgwyn, co.= 
Pembroke; born 24 December 1796; died at 
Castle Malgwyn, aged 52, on Wednesday, 27 
June, bur. at Kilgerran, co. Pembroke, 3 July 
1849. Will dated 28 September 1846, proved 
(P.C.C. 671, 49) 10 September 1849, by 
Elizabeth Gower, relict. 



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=Elizabeth Logan, youngest 
dau. of James Logan of 
Clarkston, co. Stirling ; 
marr. 2 September 1828; 
died at Edinburgh, aged 
66, on Tuesday, 25 
January 1866, bur. at 
Kilgerran. 



Erasmus William 
Gower, born in 
December 1799; 
died young. 



Abel Anthony Gower, born in Devonshire Place, 
Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 23 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church (by the 
Rev. Herbert Gower) n November 1835; died 
at the Manse of Kirkcowan, co. Wigton, on Friday, 
23 November 1838, bur. at Kirkcowan. 



Grace Lillias, born in Devonshire Place, 
Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 23 
November 1836, bapt. at Marylebone 
Parish Church (by the Rev. Herbert 
Gower) 18 January 1837 ; died at Tenby, 
co. Pembroke, 28 October 19 14, bur. there. 



Reginald Charles John Beaton of Kilgerran, Eastbury,=j=Lillias Mary, born at Barnbarroch, 
co. Middlesex (son of Walter Hardy Beaton, by Louise co. Wigton, on Friday, 5 October 
Stronghill his wife) ; born at Streatham, co. Surrey, 1877 ; married at Kilgerran on 
5 August 1870; educated at Uppingham School. Wednesday, 24 January 1906. 

A 



Herbert Hope Gill (son of the Rev. William= 
Gill, Rector of Hertingfordbury, co. Hert- 
ford, by Anna Maria his wife, elder dau. of 
Rear-Admiral Charles Hope) ; born at the 
Rectory, Hertingfordbury, 14 July 1869, 
bapt. there ; educated at Edinburgh Uni- 
versity, M.B., CM. Edin. 1894 ; Fleet- 
Surgeon Royal Navy ; Surgeon 1 2 Novem- 
ber 1895, Staff-Surgeon 12 November 
1903. 



Grace Ann Catherine, 
born at Castle 
Malgwyn on Friday, 
5 September 1879 ; 
marr. at Kilgerran 
8 August 1907. 



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Evelyn Gladys, born at 
Kilgerran on Wednesday, 
24 August 1881, bapt. at 
Kilgerran in October 1881. 



Mary Christina, born at 
Kilgerran on Wednesday, 
9 January 1884, bapt. 
at Kilgerran in February 
1884. 



Robert Lewes Gower, born in Devonshire 
Place, Marylebone, London, on Wednes- 
day, 19 December 1838, bapt. at Marylebone 
Parish Church (by the Rev. Herbert Gower) 
16 February 1839; died in Devonshire 
Place, Marylebone, aged 8, on Monday, 
13 December 1847, bur. in London. 



Sarah Amelia Georgiana, born in Devonshire 
Place, Marylebone, London, on Thursday, 17 
June, bapt. at Marylebone Parish Church 
(by the Rev. Herbert Gower) in July 1841 ; 
died at 3 Belmont, Cardigan, aged 57, on 
Wednesday, 10 May 1899, bur. at Cardigan. 
Adffion was granted at Carmarthen 14 August 
1899, to Erasmus Gower. 



Erasmus William Gower, born at Castle Malgwyn, co.= 
Pembroke, on Thursday, 5 March 1885; educated at Wel- 
lington College ; J. P. for co. Pembroke ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Northumberland Fusiliers 3 December 1904, Lieutenant 
1907, transferred to Royal Munster Fusiliers 20 May 1908, 
Captain 19 August 19 14; served with Expeditionary Force, 
taken prisoner at battle of Mons in September 1914. 



=Violet Florence, dau. of Francis 
Creagh of The Castle, Listowel, 
co. Kerry, by Ellen de Courcey 
his wife ; born at Listowel 8 
February 1885, bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Dublin, 22 January 
I9I3- 



Erasmus Francis Gower, born at Farn- 
borough, co. Hants, 26 March, bapt. at 
Kilgerran, co. Pembroke 18 June 1914. 



Robert Patrick Malcolm Gower of- 
Belhaven, Northwood, co. Middlesex ; 
born at Castle Malgwyn on Thursday, 
18 August, bapt. at Kilgerran 22 Septem- 
ber 1887 ; educated at Marlborough and 
at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
(ist-class Classics) 1909; of the Inland 
Revenue. 



=Anne, dau. of Joseph Robert 
Barkley of Neasden, co. Middle- 
sex, by Anne Maude Linstead 
his wife; born 17 June 1891, 
bapt. at Neasden ; marr. at the 
Registry Office, Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 8 September 19 13. 



Abel and Anthony 
Gower (twins), born 
at Castle Malgwyn 
on Thursday, 18 
April 1889, died 
the same day, and 
bur. at Kilgerran 
the next day. 



Joan Kathleen, born 8 June, 
bapt. at Hampton, co. Middle- 
sex, 5 September 19 14. 



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I£anfcon, 



Arms. — Gyronny of eight or and azure an inescutcheon argent. 
Crest. — A demi-lion guardant issuing from a ducal coronet and bearing 

between his paws a shield party per pale or and azure 

charged with a chevron counterchanged. 
Motto. — Ma force d'en haut. 



John Landon of Trevor Park, co. Hertford, and of 25 Hans Place,= 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, Army Agent (eldest son of the Rev. John 
Landon, Rector of Tedstone, and Vicar of Dornington, both co. 
Hereford, by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas Higgins of 
Copenhagen Street, Worcester) ; born at Tedstone Court, bapt. 
at Tedstone Delamere 7 March 1756; bur. at Yarpole, co. 
Hereford, 18 November 1824. 



=Katherine Jane Bishop, 
born in 1774 ; died at 
Chelsea 7 October, bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 15 October 1856. 



George Maclean (2nd son of the Rev. James= 
Maclean of Urquhart, co. Elgin, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of George Tod of co. 
Elgin) ; Governor-in-Chief and President of 
Council of the British possessions of the 
Gold Coast of Africa; died 28 May 1847, 
bur. in Cape Coast Castle Yard by the side 
of his wife. 



=Letitia Elizabeth, born at Hans Place, Chelsea, 14 
August 1802; marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London (by her brother, the Rev. Whittington 
Henry Landon), 7 May 1838 ; Author (as L.E.L.) 
of "The Improvisatrice," and other poems ; died 
at Cape Coast Castle 15 October 1838, bur. in the 
Castle Yard. Mural tablet there. 



Rev. Whittington Henry Landon, born at Trevor Park* 
3 April 1804, bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 21 May 
1804 ; educated at Merchant Taylors' School, admitted 
July 181 2, and at Worcester College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 8 March 1823, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830; Vicar 
of Slebech with Mynwear and Newton, co. Pembroke, 
1851-57; died at Exmouth, co. Devon, 23 February 
1883, bur. at Lympstone, co. Devon. 



=Ann, dau. of John William 
Liddiard of Leigham 
House, Streatham, co. 
Surrey ; marr. at St. John's, 
Paddington, London, 1 1 
June 1840; died at Ash- 
prington, co. Devon, 17 
December 1873, bur. there. 



Elizabeth 
Jane, born 
in 1 806 ; 
died in 
1819. 



Harry Whittingtotv 
Liddiard Landon 
of Kenmore, Ex- 
mouth ; born at 
Slebech 1 5 Novem- 
ber, bapt. privately 
7 December 1845. 



=Ellen Maria, dau. of Wil- 
liam Liddiard of 90 
Inverness Terrace, Bays- 
water, London, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of S. Child 
of Shenley, co. Hertford ; 
born 30 March 1845 ; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, 6 June 
1878. 



Letitia Elizabeth, born at 
St. John's Wood, London, 
17 April, bapt. 27 April 
1 84 1 ; died at Yetson 
House, Ashprington, 11 
February 1879, bur. there. 
Will dated 24 August 1874, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 257, 79) 
24 March 1879, by Harry 
Whittington Liddiard 
Landon, brother. 



Marian Frances, of 
Lympstone ; born 
at Slebech 31 
August 1843, bapt. 
there. 

Louisa Maria, born 
at Slebech 10 No- 
vember 1850, bapt. 
there. 



Katherine Ann 
Brenda, born at 
Durston House, 
Ealing, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 13 April, 
bapt. at Ash- 
prington 1 3 May 
1879. 



Elgitha Marian, 
born at Tedstone 
House, Lymp- 
stone, 28 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Lympstone 1 
November 1881. 



Ralph Whittington Landon, born at Tedstone House, 
Lympstone, 4 November, bapt. at Lympstone 29 
November 1885; educated at Malvern College; 
Assoc. M. Inst. C. E. 1909; served in European War 
with 20th Service Battalion Royal Fusiliers 1914-16; 
of the Cadet Battalion Royal Engineers 1916. 



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3Lanfcon, 



Arms. — Gyronny of eight or and azure an inescutcheon argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion guardant issuing from a ducal coronet and 
bearing between his paws a shield party per pale or 
and azure charged with a chevron counterchanged. 

Motto. — Ma force d'en haut. 



Very Rev. Whittington Landon, D.D., Dean of Exeter (2nd son of= 
the Rev. John Landon, Rector of Tedstone Delamere and Vicar 
of Dornington, both co. Hereford, by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Thomas Higgins of Copenhagen Street, Worcester) ; born at Tedstone 
Court, bapt. at Tedstone Delamere 12 September 1758; educated at 
Bromsgrove and at Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 
1775, B.A. 1779, Fellow 1782, M.A. 1782, B.D. 1790, D.D. 1795, 
Provost of Worcester College November 1795 to 1838, Keeper of the 
Archives of the University 1796-1815, Vice- Chancellor 1802-1806, 
Select Preacher 1808 ; Rector of Croft with Yarpole, co. Hereford, 1796 
until his death, of Bishopstone, co. Wilts, 20 March 1822-26, and of 
Nymet Tracey, co. Devon, 28 September 1833 ; Vicar of Branscombe, 
co. Devon, 27 July 1827-30, and Incumbent of Elton, co. Hereford, 
1796 ; Prebendary of Norwich 5 March 181 1, and of Bishopstone in 
Salisbury 14 July 1819; Dean of Exeter 4 April 1813; J. P. for co. 
Hereford 28" May 1799; died at the Rectory, Batchcott, co. Salop, 
aged 80, 29 December 1838, bur. in the chancel of Croft Church 
4 January 1839. Memorial Tablet. Will dated n October 1834, 
proved (P.C.C. 581 Vaughan) 21 September 1839, by the Rev. 
George Landon, son. 



=Maria Augustina, only 
dau. and heir of John 
Ready of Gloucester, 
and of Oakhanger 
Hall, co. Chester, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
John Acton Manley ; 
marr. at Barthomley, 
co. Chester, 19 June 
1800; bur. at Croft 
18 May 1854. Will 
dated 14 November 
1844, proved (P.C.C. 

547> 54) 31 J^y 
1854, by the Rev. 
George Landon, son. 



Jane, 2nd dau. of> 
Charles Chiches- 
ter of Hall, co. 
Devon ; born in 
1 808 ; marr. at 
Bishop's Tawton, 
co. Devon, 22 
May 1828; died 
at the Vicarage, 
Braunton, co. 
Devon, 19 June 
1848, bur. in 
the family vault 
at Braunton. 1st 
wife. 



=Rev. John Whittington Ready Landon, born at= 
the Provost's Lodge, Worcester College, Oxford, 
23 June, bapt. at St. Thomas-the- Martyr, 
Oxford, 18 July 1801 ; admitted as Founder's Kin 
at Winchester College; of Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated 7 May 18 18, Scholar 1818 
-25, B.A. 1822, M.A. 1824, Fellow and Chaplain 
of Exeter College 16 October 1826 to 7 November 
1827; Vicar of Bishopstone, co. Wilts, 18 July 
1825, and of Braunton 27 November 1826; 
Rector of Lillingstone Lovell, co. Oxford, 29 July 
1825 ; died at the Vicarage, Braunton, aged 78, 
14 February, bur. in the family vault at Braunton 
18 February 1880. Will dated 28 April 1879, 
proved at Exeter 5 March 1880, by Sarah Ann 
Landon, relict. 



=Sarah Ann, dau. of 
John Parker of Norfolk 
Crescent, Hyde Park, 
London ; marr. at St. 
John's, Paddington, Lon- 
don, 9 August 1855; died 
at Morice Town, co. 
Devon, on Friday, 7 
May, bur. at Braunton 1 1 
May 1880. Adfrion was 
granted at Exeter 12 
June 1880, to Edith 
Sarah Williams, daughter 
and only next of kin. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Robert Edgar Williams (son of John Edgar- 
Williams of 1 St. Edmund's Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, by Sophia his wife, dau. of Robert Cook 
of Chelsea, co. Middlesex) ; born at Chelsea 27 
July, bapt. at Christ Church, Chelsea, 30 October 
1853 ; educated at Merchant Taylors' School (entered 
1867) and at Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 
1879 ; Vicar of Sompting, co. Sussex, 1884-1906, and 
of St. Chrysostom, Peckham, co. Surrey, 1906. 



=Edith Sarah, born 
at the Vicarage, 
Braunton, 20 July, 
bapt. at Braunton 
4 September 1857; 
marr. there 5 
February 1879. 



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Rev. James Landon, born at the Provost's Lodge, Worcester College,=f=Frances Harbour, 



Oxford, 31 July, bapt. at St. Thomas-the-Martyr, Oxford, 24 October 1803 ; 
of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 18 May 1822 ; Vicar of Bishop's 
Tawton and of Landkey, both co. Devon, 31 October 1827; died at New 
Maiden, co. Surrey, aged 76, on Friday, 13 December 1878, bur. there. 
He married istly - Snell of Exeter, co. Devon, who died s.p. 



of Stourport, co. 
Worcester ; marr. 
in 1853. 2nd wife. 



Frances Mary, born at 
Gloucester in 1854. 



Jessie, born at West- 
minster in 1856. 



Frederick James Ernest 
Whittington Landon, born 
in 1859. 



John Chichester Rev. Charles Whittington Landon, born= 
Landon, born at the Vicarage, Braunton, 3 July, bapt. 
at the Vicarage, at Braunton 25 August 1830; Theological 
Braunton, co. Associate of King's College, London, 
Devon, in 1829 ; 1854; Rector of Ashford, co. Devon, 
died 30 June 1861-79; died at Newport, Barnstaple, 
1848, bur. in the co. Devon, 29 November, bur. at Ashford 
family vault at 3 December 1896. Will dated 13 No- 
Braunton. vember 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 60, 97) 

n January 1897, by John Chichester 

Crewe Landon, son. 



, /^/. I^^l^^*-«*^-*^J - 




.Dorothy Mervyn, elder dau. of 
Charles Cutcliffe Drake of Spring- 
field, in the parish of Heanton 
Punchardon, co. Devon, by Mary 
his wife, elder dau. and coheir of 
Henry Cusack of Girley, co. Meath ; 
born 18 February, bapt. at Ashford 
27 March 1837 ; marr. at Pilton, 
co. Devon (by the Rev. John 
Whittington Ready Landon), 30 
April 1862 j died at Ashford, 
aged 32, on Wednesday, 31 March, 
bur. there 5 April 1869. 

(See Pedigree of Drake-Cutcliffe, 
Vol. 8, page 108.) 



Frances Chichester Mervyn, born 
at the Rectory, Ashford, on 
Monday, 25 February 1867, bapt. 
at Ashford. 



John Chichester Crewe Landon, born at the Rectory, 
Ashford, on Thursday, 2 April 1868, bapt. at Ashford 
3 May 1868; educated at Sherborne School (entered 
January 1883) and at Worcester ^College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 January 1888, B.A. 1892. 



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Rev. George London, born at the Provost's Lodge, Worcester 
College, Oxford, 22 April, bapt. at St. Thomas-the- Martyr, 
Oxford, 21 June 1805; of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 July 1823, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830, 
B.C.L. 1837 ; Vicar of Branscombe 1829-37, and of 
Bishop's Tawton, both co. Devon, 20 March 1837 ; Rector 
of Richard's Castle with Batchcott, co. Hereford, 12 
September 1837 until his death ; died at Richard's Castle 
6 October, bur. there n October 1873. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 30 April 1874, to 
James Henry Hothersall Landon, son. 



=Joanna Maria, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. John Comyns, Vicar of 
Bishopsteignton, co. Devon, by 
Maria his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Hothersall Hallett of 
Stedcombe, Axmouth, co. Devon; 
born at Bishopsteignton ; marr. 
there 1 June 1830; died in Feb- 
ruary 1882, bur. at Weston, co. 
Hereford. 



George Charles Comyns Landon of Bombala, Monaro, New ; 
South Wales ; born at Branscombe 23 February 1831, 
bapt. at Bishopsteignton ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 May 1850. 



I I 
George Henry Heath 

Landon, born 7 De- 
cember 1872, bapt. 
at Bombala. 



Julia Isabella, born 
10 September 1874, 
bapt. at Bombala. 



Isabella, dau. of Colin Cameron ; 
born in the Bay of Biscay 8 
January 1855; marr. at Bombala 
30 January 1872. 



Ernest Reginald 
Landon, born 2 
March 1877; died 
30 August 1879. 



Arthur Hercules 
Landon, born 27 
March 1879. 



Reginald Edward Landon, 
born 25 June 1881. 



Myrtle May, born 9 May 
1884. 

Myra Katherine, born 1 
December 1886. 



Henry Osborne Colin 
Landon, born 15 
November 1889. 



Lionel Wallace Lan- 
don, born 26 March 
1893. 



Charles Henry Drake-Cutcliffe of the Manor House, Lee, co.= 
Devon (elder son of Charles Cutcliffe Drake of Springfield, 
in the parish of Heanton Punchardon, co. Devon, by Mary 
his wife, elder dau. and coheir of Henry Cusack of Girley, 
co. Meath) ; born 4 June, bapt. at Ashford, co. Devon, 7 July 
1840; by Royal Licence dated 18 May 1867, he assumed 
the name of Cutcliffe in addition to that of Drake on 
succeeding to the Cutcliffe estates on the death of his grand- 
mother, Frances Drake, 5 April 1867 ; died at the Manor 
House, Lee, aged 34, 9 February, bur. at Ilfracombe, co. 
Devon, 13 February 1875. Will dated 5 October 1869, with 
codicil dated 21 March 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 712, 75) 
11 September 1875, by Joseph Henry Goodban. 



^Henrietta Maria, born at the 
Vicarage, Braunton, co. Devon, 
7 January, bapt. at Braunton 
5 March 1842; marr. there on 
Tuesday, 6 October 1868. 
She married 2ndly at Newport, 
co. Devon, 11 September 1884, 
Samuel William May of New- 
port, youngest son of Samuel 
Marshall Thompson May of 
BrynsworthyHouse,Fremington, 
co. Devon. 



A 
(See Pedigree of Drake-Cutcliffe, Vol. 8, page lop.) 



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Major James Henry Hothersall 
Landon of Creaton House, 
co. Northampton ; born at the 
Deanery, Exeter, 8 October 
1832, bapt. at Bishopsteignton, 
co. Devon ; entered the Army 
as Ensign 53rd Foot 1854, 
Lieutenant 24th Foot 1857, 
retired from Army 1859, and 
served as Adjutant of North- 
amptonshire Rifle Volunteer 
Regiment, with Army rank as 
Captain, 1860-86, retiring with 
rank of Major ; Inspector Board 
of Agriculture 1886-1901 ; died 
at Creaton House on Sunday, 
3 January, bur. at Creaton on 
Wednesday, 6 January 1915. 



=Katherine Louise, dau. 
of Arthur Bailey Mark- 
ham of Northampton, 
by Ann his wife, dau. 
of John William Smith 
of Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop; born 16 Octo- 
ber 1846, bapt. at 
Acton, co. Middlesex, 
28 February 1847; 
marr. at St. Martin's- 
in- the -Fields, West- 
minster, 13 September 
1865. 

(See Pedigree of 
Markham, Vol. 
2, page 29.) 



John Fleetwood=j=Janet Maria, 



of Combe Bis 
set, co. Wilts 
(son of George 
Fleetwood, by 
Mary his wife) ; 
born at Combe 
Bisset 1 January 
1824; died at 
Combe Bisset 12 
November 1887, 
bur. there. 



William Henry Fitzroy Landon, born at 
Batchcott, co. Salop, 24 May 1867, bapt. at 
Floore, co. Northampton ; Inspector Board 
of Agriculture and Fisheries 1910; served 
in South African War with the Buckingham- 
shire Yeomanry, as a Volunteer, 1899-1902 
(medal with four clasps) ; Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion Suffolk Regiment ; served in 
European War ; killed in action near 
Dranoutre on Monday, 15 February 1915. 



Mary Louise, born at Floore 
19 August 1868, bapt. at 
Spratton, co. Northampton ; 
died at 29 St. George's Road, 
London, 18 June 1910, bur. 
at Creaton. Adffion was 
granted at the Principal Regis- 
try 8 July 1910, to James 
Henry Hothersall Landon. 



A 



of Hampstone, 
Hampton -on- 
Thames, co. 
Middlesex; born 
at Branscombe, 
co. Devon, 2 1 
March 1834; 
marr. at Christ 
Church, Glou- 
cester, 23 Jan- 
uary 1865. 



Mabel Augusta, 
born at Spratton 
24 June 1871, 
bapt. there. 



Major Kenneth McLaren, D.S.O., of 55 Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, 1 
London ; born 18 October i860 ; educated at Harrow ; joined 
the 13th Hussars as 2nd Lieutenant n August 1880, Lieutenant 
1881, Captain 3 August 1887 (retired); Major Reserve of Officers 
1 July 1 90 1 ; A.D.C. to Major-General Cavalry Brigade, Aldershot, 

I January 1890, to G.O.C. Forces, Ireland, 5 October 1890, to 
G.O.C. North- West District, n April 1895, to Lieut.-General, Bengal, 
9 November 1896, and to G.O.C, Southern District, 10 November 
1898 ; on special service in South Africa, including service 
with Rhodesian Protectorate Regiment, 15 July 1899, afterwards 
Staff Officer South African Constabulary ; served in operations 
on North-West Frontier of India 1897-98, at operations in the 
Mohmand Field Force (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 

II January 1898, medal with clasp) ; in South African War 1899, 
at relief of Mafeking (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with three 
clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 1900). 



A 



=Leila Evelyn, born at 
Spratton 4 November 
1874, bapt. there; 
marr. at the Church 
of the Annunciation, 
Marylebone, London, 
22 November 1898; 
died at 55 Cheniston 
Gardens, Kensington, 
aged 29, on Tuesday, 
1 November 1904, 
buried at Creaton. 
Adffion was granted 
at the Principal Regis- 
try 6 January 1905, 
to Major Kenneth 
McLaren, husband. 



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Edward Landon, 
born at Brans- 
combe, co. Devon, 
in 1835, bapt. 
there ; died at 
Cawarral, Rock- 
hampton, Queens- 
land, in 191 2. 



Katherine, born 
at Branscombe, 
bapt. there 16 
July 1836; died 
at Uplyme, co. 
Devon, buried 
there 7 February 
1901. 



Ernest Whittington Landon,= 
born at the Rectory, Batch- 
cott, co. Salop, 1 1 September 
1839, bapt. at Richard's 
Castle, co. Hereford ; died 
at the Old Manor House, 
Wallington, co. Surrey, 6 
October 19 10, bur. at 
Carshalton, co. Surrey. 



^Elizabeth, of the Old 
Manor House, Wallington, 
only child of Edward 
Balman of Bishop's 
Nympton, co. Devon, and 
of Liverpool ; born 29 
November 1836 ; marr. 
at St. Catherine's, Liver- 
pool, 20 September 1866. 






Violet Evelyn, dau.= 
of Richard Henry 
Fry of Lynmouth, 
co. Devon ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Beulah 
Hill, Norwood, co. 
Surrey, 1 1 October 
1897 ; died s.p. in 
1898. 1st wife. 



=Ernest Edward Balman Landon of=j=Dorothy Innes, youngest dau. 



Farfield House, Kidderminster 
born at Pernambuco, Brazil, 30 
June 1867, bapt. at the English 
Church, Pernambuco ; educated at 
Marlborough College and at Guy's 
Hospital, London ; M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1892 ; Surgeon 
Acton Cottage Hospital, co. Middle- 
sex, formerly House Physician Guy's 
Hospital ; Captain Royal Army 
Medical Corps, attached to 1/^ 
Worcester Regiment 1 October 1914. 



of Samuel Charles Fripp of 
Clifton, co. Gloucester, by Clara 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas 
Balls of London ; born at 1 1 
Charlotte Street, Park Street, 
Bristol, 22 November 1878, bapt. 
at St. George's, Brandon Hill, 
Bristol, 5 January 1879; marr. 
at Christ Church, Ealing, 17 
January 1903. 2nd wife. 

(See Pedigree of Fripp, Vol. 18, 
page 188.) 



Kathleen Innes Whittington, born 
at Acton 26 June 1906, bapt. at 
St. Martin's, West Acton. 



Elizabeth Balman, born at Acton 
7 November 1908, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, West Acton. 



Thomas Hamlyn Whittington Landon, born at=Eva, dau. of Stephen 

Pernambuco 12 September 1869, bapt. at the Crawley of Tarporley, 

English Church, Pernambuco ; a Student at 

Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 

1899 ; died at Turffontein, Johannesburg, 

South Africa, aged 42, on Friday, 27 October 

191 1, bur. at Johannesburg. 



co. Chester ; marr. at 
Durban, Natal, South 
Africa, 9 April 1901. 



Guy Comyns Landon, 
born at Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil, 28 
March 1871 ; died 
20 June 1878, bur. at 
Rio Janerio. 



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Reginald Landon of Rio de Jainero, 
Brazil; born 15 May 1841, bapt. 
at Richard's Castle, co. Hereford ; 
married at Rio de Jainero, Louisa 
Newland. =p 

A 



Agnes Eliza, born at Richard's 
Castle, co. Hereford, 21 Feb- 
ruary 1843, bapt. at Bishops- 
teignton, co. Devon ; died at 
Uplyme, co. Devon, 25 October 
1913, bur. there. 



Emma Amelia, born 
25 March 1847, 
bapt. at Richard's 
Castle ; died at 
Uplyme 26 February 
1904, bur. there. 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles Richard Bradshaw (2nd= 
son of Surgeon-General Sir Alexander Frederick 
Bradshaw, C.B., by Ellen Charlotte his wife, dau. 
of Colonel Richard Sheridan Ewart of the 
Bengal Army); born 18 January 1873; Lieu- 
tenant Royal West Kent Regiment 19 July 1893, 
of the Indian Staff Corps 1897, Captain Indian 
Army 1902, Major 9th Gurkha Rifles 19 July 
rgii, Lieut.-Colonel 1916 ; Brigade-Major at 
Bangalore, India, 8 June 1907, D.A.A.G., India, 
18 November 19 12, General Staff Officer, 2nd- 
grade, Aden Brigade, 14 August 19 14; served 
on the North-West Frontier of India 1897-98, 
at Mohmand (medal with clasp) ; in Tirah 
Campaign 1897-98, at operations in the Bara 
Valley 7 to 14 December 1897 (clasp). 



=Mary Constance, 
born at Rio de 
Janeiro n Feb- 
ruary 1873, bapt. 
at the English 
Church at Rio de 
Janeiro ; marr. at 
the Cathedral, 
Bombay, India, 
25 October 1895. 



George Francis Stirling 
Landon, M.D., of The 
Old Manor House, Wal- 
lington, co. Surrey ; born 
at Rio de Janeiro 27 De- 
cember 1874, bapt. at the 
English Church, Rio de 
Janeiro ; educated at 
Marlborough College and 
at Edinburgh University ; 
M.D. Edin. 1909 (Gold 
Medallist), M.B., Ch.B. 
1904, Grierson Bursar 
1899, Mackenzie Bursar 
1901. 



Charles Wharton Landon, born at= 
Rio de Janeiro 18 April 1877, 
bapt. at the English Church, Rio 
de Janeiro ; educated at Newton 
Abbott College and at St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated Octo- 
ber 1896; entered the Bank of 
England 1900; died in London, 
aged 36, on Tuesday, 15 July, bur. 
at Carshalton, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 19 July 1 9 13. Will dated 3 
January 1913, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 30 August 1913, by 
John Chichester Crewe Landon, 
cousin. 



'Margaret Isabel, 
younger dau. of 
James Davies of 
Achor Draw, 
Bridgend, co. 
Glamorgan; mar- 
ried at Nolton, 
co. Glamorgan, 
10 June 1912. 



I I 
John Guy Comyns Landon, born at 
Liverpool 24 June 1879, bapt. at St. 
John's, Liverpool ; died at Staten 
Island, New York, U.S.A., 2 July 1880, 
bur. there. 



Arthur Reneley Wykeham Landon; 
born at Staten Island 16 March 1882, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Castleton, Staten 
Island ; educated at Marlborough 
College ; entered the Chartered Bank 
of India and China 1904. 



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59 



itantion. 



Arms. — Gyronny of eight or and azure an inescutcheon argent. 

Crest. — A demi-lion guardant issuing from a ducal coronet and 
bearing between his paws a shield party per pale or 
and azure charged with a chevron counter-changed. 

Motto. — Ma force d'en haut. 



Rev. James Landon (youngest son of the Rev. John Landon, Rector of= 
Tedstone Delamere and Vicar of Dornington, both co. Hereford, by 
Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas Higgins of Copenhagen Street, 
Worcester) ; born at Tedstone Court, bapt. at Tedstone Delamere 2 November 
1764 ; of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1783, B.A. 
1787, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, M.A. 1789, B.D. 1797; Vicar of 
St. Mary-the-Virgin, Oxford, 1797, of Aberford, co. York, 27 April 1805, 
and of Aymestrey with Leinthall Earles, co. Hereford, 6 December 1805 ; 
Perpetual Curate of Saxton, co. York, 24 July 1829 ; J. P. for co. Hereford 
28 May 1799; died 2 March 1850, bur. at Aberford. Will dated 9 August 
1834, with codicil dated 26 February 1850, proved at York 15 May 1850, 
by Anne Landon, relict. 



=Anne, dau. of 
Timothy Bain- 
bridge of Aber- 
ford ; died at 
Aberford, aged 
77, on Tuesday, 
21 May 1861, 
bur. there. 



Rev. James Timothy Bainbridge Landon, born 11 November 1817;= 
of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 20 June 1835, Scholar 
1835-42, B.A. (ist-class Li*. Hum.) 1840, M.A. 1842, Fellow 
of Magdalen College 1843-47 ; Chaplain of Bromley College, co. 
Kent, 1847 ; Vicar of Ledsham, co. York, 1855 ; Prebendary of 
Holme in York Cathedral 1877, Canon of York 1881 ; Examining 
Chaplain to the Archbishop of York ; died at the Vicarage, Ledsham, 
7 March 1890, bur. at Ledsham. Will dated 13 February 1888, 
proved at Wakefield 7 May 1890, by Charles Whittington Landon, 
son, and Frank Perkins, gent. 



=Sarah, dau. of Francis 
Watt of Beverley, co. 
York; born 12 June 
18 18; marr. at Walk- 
ingham, co. York, 13 
July 1847 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Ledsham, on 
Thursday, 1 1 August 
1887, bur. at Ledsham. 



James Mark Landon, born at Bromley on 
Tuesday, 25 April, bapt. at Bromley 18 July 
1848 ; died at 3 Rue Camarosa, Paris, 15 
July 1890, bur. at Ledsham. Adirion was 
granted at Wakefield 2 October 1890, to 
Charles Whittington Landon, brother. 



Charles Whittington Landon, born at Bromley 
on Thursday, 30 May 1850, bapt. there; died 
unmarried at Ledstone Hall, co. York, 
5 March 1903, bur. at Ledsham. Admon was 
granted at York 2 May 1903, to Colonel 
Frederick William Bainbridge Landon. 



Lieut.-Colonel John George Adamson of Linden, co. Northumberland, and of= 
Glenfarne Hall, co. Leitrim (eldest son of Lawrence William Adamson, LL.D., 
of Linden and Long Horsley, both co. Northumberland, by Anne Jane 
his 1 st wife, 3rd dau. of John Thomas Edward Flint of Filleigh, co. Devon); 
born at Douglas, Isle of Man, 8 January 1855, 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 1882, Major 10 January 1892, 
retired 27 August 1898 ; D.A.A.G. Reserve of Officers, Dublin, 16 March 
1900, Lieut.-Colonel 18 October 1902 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Leitrim, High 
Sheriff 1908. 



=Caroline Sarah, 
born at Ledsham 
on Saturday, 24 
November 1855, 
baptised there 
1 January 1856 ; 
marr. at All 
Saints', Ledsham, 
9 August 1883. 



A 



(See Pedigree of Adamson, Vol. 18, 
page 143.) 



60 



I 



Rev. Charles Wheler of Ledstone Hall, co. York, and of Otterden Place, =f=Ai > 
co. Kent (youngest son of Granville William Hastings Medhurst of Kippax 
Hall, co. York, by Sarah Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. William Jennings 
of Blackheath, co. Kent) ; of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 
19 October 1812, aged 18, B.A. 1817, M.A. 1824; Vicar of Collingham 
30 October 1818, and of Ledsham, both co. York, 7 March 1827-54 ; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 24 November 1843, on succeeding to the 
estates of his cousin, Granville Hastings Wheler, the surname of Wheler in 
lieu of Medhurst ; J.P. for co. Kent and for the West Riding, co. York ; died 
at Ledstone Hall, aged 83, on Tuesday, 20 November 1877, bur. at Ledsham. 
Will dated 23 April 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 997, 77) 22 December 1877, 
by Arthur Thomas Schreiber and Charles Wheler, son. 



bapt. at 
Aymestry, co. 
Hereford ; marr. 
in 1 83 1 ; died at 
Ledstone Hall, 
bur. at Ledsham 
15 November 
1876. 



Major-General Frederick William Bainbridge Landon, C.B., of The Cedars.-pRose Emily, dau. 

Farnborough Park, co. Hants ; born at Ledsham on Monday, 27 February 

i860, bapt. there ; educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford, 

and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant 76th Foot 

13 August 1879, Lieutenant West Riding Regiment 1880, Captain 1885, 

transferred to Army Service Corps 1888, Major 1894, Lieut.-Colonel 1900, 

Colonel 1 July 1905, Brigadier- General 1909, Major-General 1 April 1913; 

D.A.C.G. Commissariat and Transport Staff 1 October 1884, D.A.A.G. 

Jamaica, West Indies, 12 November 1890, D.A.A.G. South Africa 16 

September 1899 ; A.A.G. 1 June 1900 ; Director of Supplies 10 March 

1902 ; Colonel in Command, Army Service Corps Records, Woolwich 

Dockyard, 1 July 1905 ; Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport, 

Aldershot Command, 1 February 1908 ; Inspector of the Army Service 

Corps 4 January 1909 ; Director of Transport, War Office, 4 January 1913; 

Chief Inspector of Q.M.G.'s Services (temporary) 27 November 1914; 

served in Benin Expedition 1897, 2nd in Command (mentioned in 

despatches, "London Gazette," 7 May 1897, brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, medal with clasp); 

in South African War 1899-1902, on Staff, at operations in the Transvaal October 1901 to 

April 1902, on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September 1901, in Cape Colony December 

1900 to September 1901 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 September 

1901, brevet of Colonel, Queen's medal with two clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; C.B, 

24 June 1904. 



of the Rev. Wil- 
liam Newcombe 
Willis, Rector of 
Kilpeacon, co. 
Limerick, and 
Prebendary of 
Limerick ; born 
30 March 1861 ; 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Rath- 
mines, Dublin, 
28 August 1884 



Violet Evelyn, born 
at Aldershot 3 No- 
vember, bapt. at the 
South Camp, Aider- 
shot, 5 December 
1885. 



Arthur Henry Whittington Landon, 
born at Limasol, Cyprus, 13 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 27 February 1889 ; 
educated at Malvern College, at 
Worcester College, Oxford, and 
at the Royal Military College, 
Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 



James William Bainbridge Landon, 
born at Aldershot 29 April, 
bapt. at the North Camp, Aider- 
shot, in May 1890 ; educated at 
Rossall School 1904-1907. 



Guy de Laval Landon, born at Jamaica,= 
West Indies, 14 November, bapt. there 
in December 1891 ; educated at Malvern 
College and at Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich ; 2nd Lieutenant 117th Battery 
Royal Field Artillery 20 July 191 1, 
Lieutenant 20 July 1914 ; served in 
European War (twice wounded). 



=Margaret Hamilton, only dau. of Brigadier-General 
Arthur Long,'A.S.C, D.S.O., of The Tower House, 
Fisherton, Salisbury, co. Wilts, by Maud Eleanor 
his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Canon James Daven- 
port Kelly, Rector of St. James', Manchester ; marr. 
at the parish church, Marylebone, London, on 
Thursday, 29 June 1916. 



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George Pyemont Smith M.D., of Leeds, co. York ; educated at Leeds,=j=Mary Elizabeth, 
Edinburgh and Paris ; M.D. Edin. 1838, M.R.C.S. and L.S.A. ; died at the 
Rectory, Bisley, co. Surrey, 5 May 1883. Will dated 8 May 1872, with 
codicil dated 12 November 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 547, 83) 4 June 1883, 
by Thomas Bainbridge Eden and Frederick James Thairwall. ^ 



died in London 
in 1897, bur. at 
Bisley. 



Richard Atkinson (youngest son=Caroline, marr. in October 1834; 



of George Atkinson of Temple 
Sowerby and Morland, co. West- 
morland, Island Secretary of 
Jamaica, by Susan Mackenzie 
his wife, dau. of A. Dunkley of 
Clarendon, Jamaica) ; born 5 
August 1813 ; died in 1862. 



died at Aberford, co. York, 30 
January 1883, bur. there. Will 
dated 28 July 1881, proved at 
Wakefield 21 February 1883, by 
James Mark Landon and the 
Rev. Charles Page Eden, nephews. 



I 
Dorothea Snell, died at 
Penally, co. Pembroke. 
She married Francis 
Watt of Beverley, co. 
York. _ 



Rev. George Henry Whitaker,=j=Lucy, died in 
of Magdalen College, Cam- 1869, bur. at 
bridge, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1837 ; Garforth. 
Rector of Garforth, co. York, 
1834 until his death; died at 
Garforth, aged 81, on Sunday, 
2 November 1890. Will dated 
21 April 1890, proved at Wake- 
field 23 March 1891, by Herbert 
William Whitaker, son, Thomas 
Bainbridge Eden and Philip 
Fletcher Keay. /f^ 



Thomas Daniel Fearon= 
Tatham of Guildford 
Street, London, and of 
Althorne, co. Essex ; 
died at Althorne 4 
April 1889, bur. at 
Mayland, co. Essex. 
Will dated 16 February 
1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 644, 89) 16 July 
1889, by Barbara 
Tatham, relict. 



=Barbara, died s.p. at 
3 Evelyn Mansions, 
West Kensington, 
London, 12 Novem- 
ber 1895, bur. at 
Mayland. Will dated 
16 November 1891, 
with codicil dated 12 
May 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1390, 95) 
7 December 1895, 
by George Frederick 
Barwick. 



Rev. Richard Gregory=j=Julia, married at Rev. Charles Page Eden (3rd son=j=Isabella Jane, 



Chalk, of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1846; Rector of 
Wilden, co. Bedford, 
1849 ; died at the 
Rectory, Wilden, aged 
75, on Monday, 12 
June 1899. Will 
dated 12 April 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
965. 99) 3 1 August 
1899, by Charles 
Gregory Chalk, son. 



Aberford 10 June 
185 1 ; died at 
Podington, co. 
Bedford, on Tues- 
day, 1 7 May 
1903, buried at 
Wilden. Will 
dated 14 Septem- 
ber 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 965, 
1903) 25 August 
1903, by Charles 
Gregory Chalk, 
son. 



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of the Rev. Thomas Eden, by 
Anne Page his wife) ; bapt. at 
St. George's, Bristol ; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
25 October 1825, aged 18, 
B.A. (ist-class Lit. Hum.) 1830, 
M.A. 1833, Fellow 1832-51 ; 
Vicar of St. Mary-the-Virgin, 
Oxford, 1843-50, Select Preacher 
1838 and 1853 ; Vicar of Aberford, 
co. York, 1850 until his death; 
Prebendary of York 1870; Proctor 
in Convocation 1869, 1874 and 
1880; died 14 December 1885. 



A 



marr. at Aberford 
on Tuesday, 16 
November 1852 ; 
died at Aymes- 
trey, Woodbury 
Park Road, Tun- 
bridge Wells, co. 
Kent, 2 April 
1911, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Tunbridge Wells. 
Admon granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 10 July 
191 1, to Thomas 
Bainbridge Eden. 



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Mtoolltombe of Hemerbon, 
to. Betoom 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent three bars gules. 

Crest. — A falcon proper wings displayed 
argent charged with three bars gules bells 
and jesses argent. 



George Woollcombe of Hemerdon,= 
co. Devon (eldest son of Thomas 
Woollcombe of Plymouth, co. 
Devon, Surgeon, by Priscilla his 
wife, dau. and coheir of the Rev. 
John Bedford, Vicar of Charles, 
Plymouth) ; baptised at Charles, 
Plymouth, 14 June 1765; Lieut- 
Colonel of the Ermington 
Regiment of Volunteers ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Devon ; died 
at Hemerdon, aged 66, 5 April 
1831, bur. at Plympton St. Mary, 
co. Devon. Will dated 5 April 
1831, proved (P.C.C. 372 Tebbs) 
17 June 1 83 1, by George 
Woollcombe, son. 



Maria (his cousin); 
2nd dau. and sole 
heir of Thomas Wooll- 
combe, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Lancelot 
Robinson (formerly 
Hicks) ; baptised at 
Stoke Damerel, co- 
Devon, 18 June 1773; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 20 Sep- 
tember 1792 ; died, 
aged 29, bun at 
Plympton St. Mary 
23 September 1802. 



William Wooll- 
combe, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Ply- 
mouth, ioDecem- 
ber 1793; Ensign 
71st (Highland 
Light Infantry) 
Foot 17 October 
1809, Lieutenant 
19 September 
181 1, Captain 
90th Foot; served 
in the Peninsular 
War (severely 
wounded at the 
battle of the 
Pyrenees) and at 
Waterloo ; died 
3 January 1829. 



Vice-Admiral George Woollcombe of=j*Mary Elizabeth, 2nd 



Hemerdon ; boin 14 April, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 21 May 1795 ; 
entered the Navy 13 May 1808, 
Lieutenant 1815, Commander 1824, 
Captain 1830, Rear- Admiral 1855, Vice- 
Admiral 4 October 1862 ; served in 
the American War of 1814, and par- 
ticularly distinguished himself with the 
Naval Brigade under Sir Edward 
Troubridge 8 January 1815, when he 
was severely wounded; J. P. for co. 
Devon ; died at Hemerdon, aged 70, 
on Monday, 3 July 1865, bur. at 
Plympton St. Mary. Will dated 17 
July 1849, w i tn tw0 codicils dated 14 
April 1863 and 27 July 1864, proved 
at Exeter 19 August 1865, by the Rev. 
George Ley Woollcombe and William 
John Woollcombe, sons, and the Rev. 
Thomas Hullah. 



dau. of George Ley 
of Cockington, co. 
Devon ; married by 
licence at Cocking- 
ton 16 November 
1827 ; died at 
Hemerdon, aged 
81, on Wednesday, 
26 January 1887. 
Will dated 2 1 April 
1884, proved at 
Exeter 2 1 May 
1887, by the Rev. 
George Ley Wooll- 
combe and William 
John Woollcombe, 
sons. 



Jane Bedford, 
bapt. at Plymp- 
ton St. Mary 
1 1 January 
1797. 



Caroline Pris- 
cilla, born 2 
March, bapt. 
at Plympton 
St. Mary 27 
April 1800. 



Rev. George Ley Woollcombe of Hemerdon ; born=j=Edith, younger dau. of Henry Lam be 



at Torre, co. Devon, 3 October 1828 ; of Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 17 June 1847, B.A. 
1851, M.A. 1854 ; Rector of Sennen 1864-71, and of 
St. Mewan 1871-89, both co. Cornwall, Rural Dean 
of St. Austell 1875-81 and 1887-88, Licenced 
Preacher, diocese of Exeter, 1890; J. P. for co. 
Cornwall; died at Hemerdon 28 July 1902, bur. at 
Sparkwell, co. Devon. Will dated 21 November 
1893, proved at Exeter 14 October 1902, by Edith 
Woollcombe, relict, George Arthur Ley Woollcombe, 
son, and William John Woollcombe, brother. 



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of Truro, co. Cornwall, by Elizabeth 
Symons his wife ; born 26 October 
1837; marr. at Ruan Minor, co. Corn- 
wall (by her brother, the Rev. George 
Lambe), on Tuesday, 6 September 1859 ; 
died at Hemerdon House, Plympton 
St. Mary, on Tuesday, 25 January, bur. 
at Sparkwell 28 January 1910. Will 
dated 12 May 1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 
486, 1 910) 16 March 19 10, by George 
Arthur Ley Woollcombe, son. 



Rev. Thomas Hullah (only son of Charles Morrice Hullah of= 
London, by Ann his wife, dau. of John Bond) ; born 4 July 
1823, bapt. at Aldgate, London ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 June 1841, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848; Perpetual 
Curate of Tideford 1857-64, Rector of Jacobstow 1864-65, 
and of Calstock 1865, all co. Cornwall; Rural Dean of East 
1874-89, Hon. Canon of Truro 1888; J. P. for co. Cornwall; 
died 30 November, bur. at Calstock, co. Cornwall, 
2 December 1911. Will dated 20 July 1894, proved in the 
Principal Registry 23 January 1912, by William John Woolkombe 
and James Yonge Woollcombe. /\ 



=Mary Jane, born at Benire, 
Paignton, co. Devon, 8 March 
1830 ; marr. at Plympton 
St. Mary, co. Devon (by the 
Rev. Edward Cooper Wooll- 
combe), on Wednesday, 26 
September 1849; died 11 
December 1869, buried at 
Calstock. 



Vice-Admiral Henry Bedford^ 
Woollcombe, born at Furs- 
don, Plympton St. Mary, 25 
April, bapt. at Plympton St. 
Mary 27 April 1831 ; entered 
the Royal Navy in 1845, 
Lieutenant 3 May 1853, 
Commander i860, Captain 
n April 1866, retired 1882, 
Rear-Admiral 1883, Vice- 
Admiral 15 December 1888 ; 
served in Kaffir War 1852, 
and in Russian War 1854 ; 
died at 20 Longridge Road, 
Earl's Court, London, on 
Sunday, 14 February 1904, 
bur. at Ticehurst, co. Sussex. 
Will dated 30 March 1900, 
with codicil dated 26 October 
1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 
428, 1904) 8 March 1904, 
by Richard Woollcombe and 
Basil Richard Woollcombe. 



=Eleanor Agnes, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Arthur Eden, 
Vicar of Ticehurst, by 
Alice Julia his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Annesley 
Whitney of Merton, co. 
Wexford ; marr. at Tice- 
hurst (by the Rev. George 
Ley Woollcombe, assisted 
by the Rev. William 
Wyatt Woollcombe) on 
Thursday, 18 December 
1879; died at 20 Long- 
ridge Road, Earl's Court, 
London, on Thursday, 
4 February 1897, bur. at 
Ticehurst. Will dated 
15 January 1895, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 228, 97) 26 
February 1897, by Henry 
Bedford Woollcombe, 
husband, retired Vice- 
Admiral. 



William John 
Woollcombe 
of Plympton 
St. Maurice,co. 
Devon ; bom 
at Hemerdon, 
co. Devon, 19 
August, bapt. 
at Plympton St. 
Mary 2 1 August 
1832 ; admit- 
ted a Solicitor 
Trinity Term, 
1854. 



=Anne Catharina, 
eldest dau. of Tho- 
mas Julian Pode 
of Plympton Erie, 
co. Devon, by Ann 
Duke his wife, 
youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Duke Yonge, 
Vicar of Cornwood, 
co. Devon ; born 1 2 
September, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mau- 
rice 24 October 
1 S3 7 ; marr. there 
on Tuesday, 30 
July 1 861 ; died 
20 December 1913. 



Harry Eden Woollcombe, born at Regent's 
Terrace, Anlaby Road, Hull, co. York, on 
Sunday, 24 October 1880; died at m Elgin 
Crescent, Notting Hill, London, on Friday, 
6 May 1887, bur. at Ticehurst. 



Percy H. G. Warner,=Eleanor Mary, born 
son of Powell Warner 1 September 1883 ; 
ofCottendenStonegate, marr. 30 April 1913. 
co. Kent. 



John Nicholls of Galva, Plympton (son of John=Edith Mary, born at Truro 5 June, bapt. at 
Nicholls of St. Austell, co. Cornwall, by Mary Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 2 July 1861 ; marr. 
his wife, dau. of William Slade Strippe) ; born at St. John-the-Baptist, Pinner, co. Middlesex, 
at St. Austell 16 September 1846. 22 November 1893. 



64 



Thomas Robinson 
Woollcombe, born 
at Hemerdon, co. 
Devon, 5 Novem- 
ber 1833, baptised 
privately the same 
day (baptism regis- 
tered at Plympton 
St. Mary,co. Devon); 
died 6 May 1834, 
bur. at Plympton 
St. Mary. 



Major Robert Woollcombe of Chelston Lodge,= 
Cockington, co. Devon; born at Cockington 4 Feb- 
ruary, baptised privately 6 February 1835 (baptism 
registered at Cockington) ; entered the Royal Marine 
Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 2 August 1853, Lieu- 
tenant 1854, Captain 1864, retired as Major 17 
September 1877; served with the Baltic Expedition 
1855, and in the flotilla of mortar boats during the 
bombardment of Sveaborg (medal); in China War 
1858-60, including the expedition to Hankow, action 
with the batteries at Nankin 20 November, and action 
of 21 November (medal). 



=Mary, 3rd dau. 
of Lieut. -Colonel 
Edward Walter of 
the 3rd Bombay 
Light Cavalry ; 
born 10 February 
1845 ; marr. at 
Otterbourne, co. 
Hants, on Tues- 
day, 12 December 
1871. 



William Woollcombe, born 
at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
1 July 1862; died at Plymp- 
ton St. Maurice 7 August, 
bur. there 12 August 1873. 



James Yonge Woollcombe of=j=Mabel Catherine, eldest dau 



Plymouth ; born at Plymouth 
S September 1863; admitted a 
Solicitor December 1885 ; Captain 
2nd Prince of Wales' Volunteer 
Battalion Devonshire Regiment 
15 June 1898, retired. 



of Robert Pagden of 
Woodcote, Epsom, co. Surrey ; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Epsom, on Thursday, 16 
January 1890. 



Catherine Margaret, 
born at 3 Bedford 
Terrace, Plymouth, 
on Friday, 27 March 
1891. 



Catherine Margery, born 
at 3 Bedford Terrace, 
Plymouth, on Saturday, 
21 January 1893; died at 
Davos, Switzerland, 25 
September 1908. 



Humphry William 
Woollcombe, born 
at 6 Queen's Gate, 
Plymouth, on Satur- 
day, 25 May 1895. 



John Francis Wooll- 
combe, born at 6 
Queen's Gate, Ply- 
mouth, on Monday, 
28 June 1897. 



Major Walter Ley Woollcombe, born at Plymouth 2 
February 1865 ; a Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1886, 
F.R.C.S. Edin. 1891 ; Member (President 1901-1902) 
Plymouth Medical Society ; Major Royal Army 
Medical Corps, Territorial Force, in Southern General 
Hospital, 29 September 1908 ; died at 16 The Crescent, 
Plymouth, aged 51, on Wednesday, 30 August, bur. at 
Plymouth on Saturday, 2 September 1916. 



3TKa 



te Hilda, dau. of Major-General 
Henry Cardew, R.A., of The Crags, 
Teignmouth, co. Devon, by Catherine 
Rotherham his wife, dau. of Com- 
mander Charles Lambert, R.N. ; marr. 
at Christ Church, Lee, co. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 22 August 1894. 



Gladys Hilda, born at 16 
The Crescent, Plymouth, 
on Tuesday, 6 August 



Henry Cardew Woollcombe, 
born at 16 The Crescent, 
Plymouth, on Friday, 16 
October 1896. 



Loma Mary, born 
2 April 1898. 



George Arthur Ley Woollcombe of Hemerdon ;= 
born at Truro, co. Cornwall, 4 February, bapt. at 
Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, 30 March 1864; educated 
at Sherborne and at Christ's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 30 January 1882, B.A. 1886, 
M.A. 1891; J.P. for co. Devon; Lord of the 
Manor of Bickfordtown and half of the Manor 
of Hemerdon. 

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=Edith lone, only dau. of Henry Hodge of 
Duporth, near St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 
formerly Assistant Paymaster R.N., by 
Caroline Elizabeth his wife, dau. of George 
Freeth of Duporth; born at Duporth and 
bapt. at St. Austell ; marr. there 2 August 
191 i. 



Sarah Ann, born 
at Hemerdon, co. 
Devon, 26 March, 
bapt. at Plymp- 
ton St. Mary, co. 
Devon, 25 April 
1836 ; died 7 
November 1839, 
bur. at Plympton 
St. Mary. 



Rev. William Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley, 
near Plymouth, of Cofflete, Woodend Road, 
Torquay, and of Buckland Court, all co. 
Devon (3rd son of Edmund Pollexfen 
Bastard of Kitley, M.P. for Devon, by 
the Hon ble Anne Jane [Rodney] his wife, 
only dau. of George, 2nd Baron Rodney) ; 
born 12 January 1832; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 June 1849, B.A. 
1853, M.A. 1857; Vicar of Brixton, co. 
Devon, 1862-66, Rector of Lezant, co. 
Cornwall, 1866-96, Licenced Preacher, 
diocese of Exeter, 1898 ; Lord of the 
Manors of Yealmpton and Buckland. 



=i=Caroline, born at 
Hemerdon 15 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mary 
16 September 1837; 
marr. there (by her 
brother, the Rev. 
George Ley Wooll- 
combe), on Thurs- 
day, 27 January 
1859. 



Sarah Maria, 
of Mordref, co. 
Devon ; born 
at Hemerdon 
27 June, bapt. 
at Plympton 
St. Mary 29 
June 1839. 



Lieut. -Colonel Ed\vard=j=Emma Louisa, 



Woollcombe-Adams of 
Anstey Hall, co. 
Warwick. 



eldest dau. of 
Captain George 
Curtis Adams 
of Anstey Hall, 
R.N. 



A 



(See page 68.) 



Richard Woollcombe= 
of 3 1 Cleveland Square, 
Hyde Park, London ; 
born at Hemerdon 6 
February, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mary 
7 February 1847; edu- 
cated at Plymouth 
Grammar School ; 

admitted a Solicitor, 
Easter Term, 1870. 



Caroline Eliza (Lina), eldest dau. 
of Charles Francis Stooks, Civil 
Engineer, by Caroline Frances 
his wife, dau. of Colonel John 
Reed of the 62nd Regiment ; 
born at Amez, Belgium, 21 Feb- 
ruary 1852 ; marr. at Yealmpton, 
co. Devon (by the Rev. George 
Ley Woollcombe, assisted by the 
Rev. William Pollexfen Bastard), 
8 September 1874. 



Kenneth Macaulay Wooll- 
combe, born at 16 Fin borough 
Road, South Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 2 
March, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
The Boltons, South Kensing- 
ton, 4 April 1876; educated 
at Radley and at Sandhurst ; 
Lieutenant 121st Pioneers, 
Indian Army ; died at 
Bombay, from the result 
of an accident, aged 27, 
2 December 1903, bur. there. 



I 
Basil Richard Woollcombe, 
born at 43 Redcliffe Road, 
South Kensington, on 
Sunday, 3 February, bapt. 
privately the next day, and 
received into the church 
at St. Mary's, The Boltons, 
South Kensington, 3 March 
1878 j educated at Clif- 
ton College ; admitted a 
Solicitor 1901. 



Howson Foulger= 
Devitt, 2nd 
son of Thomas 
Lane Devitt of 
1 5 Devonshire 
Place, Maryle- 
bone, London. 



=Winifred Lina, born 
at 43 Redcliffe Road, 
South Kensington, on 
Wednesday, 29 Jan- 
uary, baptised at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, 
South Kensington, 1 
March 1879; married 
at St. Stephen's, West- 
bourne Park, London, 
on " Saturday, 2 May 
1908. 



Mary Catharina, Captain Maurice Woollcombe, R.N., C.B. ; born at= 

born at Ply- Plympton St. Maurice, co. Devon, 18 April, bapt. 

mouth 2oOcto- there 17 May 1868; Naval Cadet 15 July i88r, 

ber, baptised Sub-Lieutenant 14 October 1887, Lieutenant 

at St. John's, 1889, Commander 1901, Captain 30 June 1907 ; 

Plymouth, 17 serving in European War; C.B. 15 September 

Novemberi866. 1916. 



=EUa Margaret, younger dau. 
of Colonel Edward Roberts, 
Chief Paymaster Scottish 
District ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
York Place, Edinburgh, on 
Wednesday, 21 April 1897. 



Jocelyn Mary, born at Worsley 
Lodge, Southsea, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 9 May, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mary 19 June 
1898. 



Maurice Annesley Wooll- 
combe, born at West Hoe, 
Plymouth, 1 2 February, 
bapt. at Plympton St. 
Maurice 17 March 1913. 



Geoffrey Reginald Woollcombe, 
born at Thorn Park, Plymouth, 
on Saturday, 28 November, 
bapt. at St. Simon's, Plymouth, 
7 January 1915. 



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Lilian Mary, born 
at 43 Redcliffe 
Road, South Ken- 
sington, London, 
on Tuesday, 27 
April, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, The 
Boltons, South 
Kensington, on 
Trinity Sunday, 
23 May 1880. 



Gladys Constance, 
born at 5 Eton 
Road, Hampstead, 
co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 27 June, 
bapt. privately 3 
July, and received 
into the church at 
St. Mary-the-Virgin, 
Primrose Hill, 21 
July 1881. 



Marion Honor, 
born at 5 Eton 
Road, Hamp- 
stead, on Sunday, 
1 5 April, bapt. 
at St. Mary-the- 
Virgin, Primrose 
Hill, 9 May 
1883. 



Charles George Ley Woollcombe, 
born at 5 Eton Road, Hampstead, 
on Monday, 28 April, bapt. 
privately 25 May, and received 
into the church at St. Mary-the- 
Virgin, Primrose Hill, 8 June 
1884 ; educated on board H.M.S. 
" Britannia " ; Midshipman Royal 
Navy 15 May 1900, Sub -Lieutenant 
1903, Lieutenant 15 July 1905. 



Frank Rupert Woollcombe, born at 5 Eton 
Road, Hampstead, on Tuesday, 4 August, 
bapt. at St. Mary-the-Virgin, Primrose Hill, 
9 September 1885 ; educated at the Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Artillery 29 July 1904, 
Lieutenant 29 July 1907, Captain 30 Oc- 
tober 19 14 ; Officer Company of Gentlemen 
Cadets (Class B), Royal Military Academy, 
23 December 1909 ; served in European 
War (mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 22 June 1915). 



Edward Percy Woollcombe, 
born at 3 1 Cleveland Square, 
Hyde Park, London, on 
Thursday, 26 July, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London, 30 August 
1888; educated at Hailey- 
bury and at Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated in 1907, 
M.A. 1912. 



Edgar John Philip 
Woollcombe, born 
at 31 Cleveland 
Square, Hyde Park, 
on Saturday, 2 1 
February, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Lan- 
casterGate, London, 
1 April 1 89 1. 



Reginald Woollcombe,= 
born at Plympton St. 
Maurice, co. Devon, 
1 1 April, bapt. there 
6 May 1870; admitted 
a Solicitor July 1893. 



=j=Violet Anne, only 
dau. of Lieut. - 
Colonel John 

Thacker of The 
Lodge, Plympton, 
co. Devon ; mar- 
ried at Plympton 
St. Maurice 9 
November 1905. 



Elizabeth Catherine, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Maurice 20 
October 1906. 



Rev. Charles Kenneth Wooll- 
combe, born at Plympton St. 
Maurice 8 November, bapt. 
there 21 December 1871; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 
1894, M.A. 1898; Curate of 
Calne, co. Wilts, 1895-98, of 
St. James', Exeter, 1 898-1 904, 
Member of St. Peter's Society 
1904-1906, Diocesan Secretary 
Three Towns Church Extension 
1906-13; Vicar of Sidmouth, 
co. Devon, 1913. 



^Florence Eleanor 
Emily, died at 
the Vicarage, Sid- 
mouth, aged 23, 
on Friday, 1 2 
February 1915. 



Alfred Woollcombe, born= 
at Plympton St. Maurice 
11 April, bapt. there 18 
May 1873 ; a Student at 
St. Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital, London, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. London 1897 ; 
Surgeon Royal Navy 29 
November 1897, Staff- 
Surgeon 29 November 
i9°5- 



=Hilda Frances, 
dau. of the 
Rev. Lewis New- 
comen Prance, 
Rector of Staple- 
ford Tawney with 
Theydon Mount, 
co. Essex ; mar- 
ried at Stapleford 
Tawney 28 June 
1912. 



John Woollcombe, born at 
Plympton St. Maurice 19 
January, bapt. there 24 
February 1875 ; served in 
South African War with 
North-West Mounted Rifles, 
2nd Canadian Contingent ; 
died at Carnarvon, South 
Africa, aged 25, on Sunday, 
22 April 1900, from sickness 
contracted on service. 



Frances Jane, born 
at Plympton St. 
Maurice 19 May, 
bapt. there 29 
June 1877. 



3<*Ssfc~&o»4 



67 




lHoollcombe^&oams of 
anstcj) Hall, to. Wartotcfe. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Vert on a cross or 
an estoile sable in the first quarter a bezant, 
Adams ; 2nd and 3rd, Argent three bars 
gules, WOOLLCOMBE. 

Crests. — 1, A talbot azure bezantee 
gorged with a collar and ring attached 
argent resting the dexter paw on an 
estoile or, Adams ; 2, A falcon proper 
wings displayed argent charged with 
three bars gules bells and jesses argent, 
WOOLLCOMBE. 

Motto. — Sub cruce Veritas. 



Lieut.-Colonel Edward Woollcombe- 1 
Adams of Anstey Hall, co. War- 
wick, 6th son of Vice -Admiral 
George Woollcombe (see page 66); 
born at Hemerdon, co. Devon, 
11 April, bapt. at Plympton St. 
Mary 13 April 1842; educated at 
the Ordnance School, Carshalton, 
and at the Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich ; Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 1 November i860, Captain 
1873, Major (by brevet) 1 Julyi88i, 
Lieut.-Colonel 9 January 1884 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Warwick; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 
29 April 1893, the surname and 
arms of Adams after that of 
Woollcombe ; died at Anstey 
Hall, aged 72, on Monday, 30 
November 19 14, bur. at Anstey. 
Will dated 30 October 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 171, 15) 10 February 
19 1 5, by Emily Louisa Woollcombe- 
Adams, relict. 



?o£s<XJU4, <^S«>0<u,^M^(2^> 



CUr~> 



=Emma Louisa, eldest 
dau. of Captain 
George Curtis Adams 
of Anstey Hall, R.N., 
by Mary Susan his 
wife, 2nd dau. of 
Edward Woolmer of 
Exeter, co. Devon ; 
born 1 2 December 
1847, bapt. at Bath, 
co. Somerset ; marr. 
at Anstey 6 June 
1872; died at Anstey 
Hall on Friday, 13 
August, buried at 
Anstey 1 7 August 
1915. Will dated 26 
March 19 15, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 7, 15)15 
October 1915, by 
Richard Woollcombe 
and Basil Richard 
Woollcombe. 

(See Pedigree of 
Adams, Vol. 18, 
page 13.) 



A 



Major Cecil Edward George Woollcombe-Adams of Anstey Hall;= 
born at Winkfield, co. Berks, 1 July, bapt. at Clewer, co. Berks, 26 
July 1873 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 

26 November 1898, Lieutenant 1901, Captain Royal Field Artillery 
1906, Major 30 October 191 5 ; employed with Egyptian Army 14 
September 1905 ; served in South African War 1899-1902 ; at relief 
of Ladysmith, including action at Spion Kop ; operations of 5 to 
7 February 1900, and action at Vaal Kranz ; operations on Tugela 
Heights (14 to 27 February 1900), and action at Pieters Hill ; 
operations in Natal March to June 1900, including action at Laings 
Nek 6 to 9 June ; operations in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, 
August to 29 November 1900, including actions at Belfast (26 and 

27 August) and Lydenberg (5 to 8 September). Operations in the 
Transvaal February to July 1901, April and May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony November 1901 to March 1902, and May 1902 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 29 July 1902, 
Queen's medal with five clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; 
Sudan medal for Nyinna Patrol, South Kordofan, 1908, 4th-class 
Medjidie 1910; serving in European War; J. P. for co. Warwick 
1902. 



=Evelyn Frances Adams, 
2nd dau. of Ralph Coker 
Adams Beck of Cheam, 
co. Surrey, of 10 Obser- 
vatory Gardens, Campden 
Hill, London, and of 
Piatt House, Wrotham, 
co. Kent, by Florence 
Amelia his wife, dau. of 
George Augustus Moore of 
Moulton, co. Lincoln, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
co. Middlesex, 27 April 
191 1. She married istly 
26 October 1904, Charles 
Wriothesly Digby of Meri- 
den Hall, co. Warwick, who 
died 9 February 1908. 



Peter Edward Woollcombe-Adams, born 
at Exeter 28 January 1912, bapt. in 
Exeter Cathedral. 

68 



Elizabeth Susan, born at Exeter 
25 May 1 9 14, bapt. in Exeter 
Cathedral. 



I 

Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasis of Shilton House, Shilton, co.=f=Gwendolme Mary, 



Warwick (eldest son of Admiral Richard Aldworth Oliver, by Flora 
Hutchins his wife, only dau. of Colonel Daniel Hutchiris Bellasis) ; 
born at 38 Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 30 January 1854; under the will of his maternal uncle he 
assumed the additional name of Bellasis n February 1879; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant 20th Hussars 2 December 1874, Captain 1 June 
1883, retired December 1889; Captain Reserve of Officers; served in 
the Soudan Campaign in 1885, and was present in the engagement at the 
Trofek zereba (medal with two clasps and Khedive's star) ; J. P. for 
co. Warwick 1904. ^ 



born at Winkfield, 
co. Berks, on Satur- 
day, 26 September 
1874; bapt. at Cran- 
bourne, co. Berks ; 
marr. at Anstey, 
co. Warwick, on 
Wednesday, 15 No- 
vember 1899. 



Dorothy Katharine 
Adams, born at The 
Chauntry House, 
Bray, co. Berks, on 
Friday, 3 1 December 
1875, bapt. at Bray, 
14 January 1876. 



Charles Augustus Oliver of 1 Addison= 
Gardens, Kensington, London, youngest 
son of Admiral Richard Aldworth Oliver 
(see above); born j6 October 186 1 ; 
educated at Winchester ; Clerk in the 
Admiralty 1885, Assistant Director of 
Navy Contracts 1904. 



=Hilda Margaret, born at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Friday, 1 1 May, bapt. at St, 
Paul's, Brighton, 6 June 
1877; marr. at All Saints', 
Margaret Street, London, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 January 1 9 1 1 . 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent a chevron engrailed azure guttee 
d'eau between three escutcheons sable 
each charged with a staple of the first. 

Crest. — Upon the battlements of a tower 
or a swan rising argent beaked and legged 
proper ducally gorged or in the beak a 
staple sable. 

Motto. — Omne bonum desuper. 



taple* of Cfje ©to Hall, 
pontoon, to. Berbp. 



John Staples of Belmont,' 
Laverstock, co. Wilts (son 
of John Staples, by Lydia 
his wife); born 3 Decem- 
ber, bapt. at Richmond, 
co. Surrey, on Christmas 
Day 1780 ; died at 
Belmont, aged 89, on 
Monday, 30 May 1870, 
bur. at St. Martin's, 
Salisbury, co. Wilts. M.I. 



=Mary Ann, 2nd dau. of John 
Smith of Great Durnford, co. 
Wilts, by Mary his wife ; born 
30 August 1794; marr. by 
licence at Durnford on Thurs- 
day, 20 October 1814; died, 
aged 31, 30 November, bur. 
12 December 1824 : "Beuried 
at Christ Church, Newgate 
Street, London, in a Grave 
with a Ledger Stone over it 
Belonging to the Family on 
the Right Hand Side of the 
Buring Ground Leading from 
the Church " (entry from 
Family Bible). 2nd wife. 



Sir John Staples, K.C.M.G., Alderman of London; born in London. 
14 December 1815, bapt. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, 
14 January 1816 ; Common Councillor for Aldersgate 1865, Alderman 
16 January 1877 ; Chairman of the Library Committee of the Corpora- 
tion and of the Commission of Sewers; Sheriff 1877, Lord Mayor 
1885-86; Member of the Metropolitan Board of Works 1884; a 
Royal Commissioner for Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886; Fellow 
of the Society of Antiquaries and Member of the Council ; Master 
of the Pewterers' 1876, and of the Leathersellers' 1885; K.C.M.G. 
9 November 1886; Author of "Notes on the Church of St. 
Botolph, Aldersgate," 1881, and a leading contributor to the 
"History of the Guildhall"; died at 87 Avenue Road, Regent's 
Park, London, aged 72, on Monday, 16 January 1888. Will 
dated 16 August 1879, with two codicils dated 8 August 1881 and 
16 March 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 177, 88) 18 February 1888, by 
Thomas Henry Staples, brother, John James Staples, nephew, and 
Henry John Staples, son. 



=Mary Anne Elizabeth, 
only dau. of Henry 
Gillett of Hampstead, 
co. Middlesex ; marr. at 
St. John's, Hampstead, 
25 August 1859; died 
at 87 Avenue Road, 
Regent's Park, aged 69, 
4 November 1904, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, 
London. M.I. Will 
dated 22 January 1890, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
1560, 1904) 19 Decem- 
ber 1 904, by Henryjohn 
Staples and Sydney 
Francis Staples, sons. 



Henry John Staples of The Old Hall, Spondon, co. Derby ;= 
born at 6 Highbury Grove, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 25 
October i860 ; educated at Clifton College and at University 
College, London ; Citizen and Leatherseller of London, 
admitted to Freedom 22 April 1882, and to the Livery 
6 December following ; Associate of the Society of Electrical 
Engineers 1884; Fellow of the Chemical Society 1885; 
Deputy Lieutenant for the City of London 1885 ; of the 
Middle Temple, called to the Bar 30 April 1890. 



= Constance Jane, dau. of Richard 
Brooke Leacroft of Matlock, 
co. Derby, by Corbetta Sophia 
Frances his wife, dau. of Major 
George Bowling of Holyland, 
co. Pembroke; marr. at the parish 
church, Matlock, on Tuesday, 15 
September 1891. 



Walter Staples of Lymington, co. Hants ;= 
born 2 1 March, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Newgate Street, London, 20 April 181 7 ; 
died at Lymington, aged 51, on Friday, 17 
April 1868. Will dated 7 December 1867, 
with codicil dated 9 December 1867, proved 
at Winchester 21 July 1868, by Emma 
Louisa Staples, relict, and John Staples, 
brother. 



=Emma Louisa, only child of James Brown, Town 
Clerk of Lymington ; marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Wednesday, 24 January 1849 ; died 
at 233 King Street, Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 
aged 61, on Tuesday, 2 December 1884. Will 
dated 24 January 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 178, 
85) 24 February 1885, by John James Staples, 
Solicitor, son. 



John James Staples of Teddington, co. Middlesex ; born 
Lymington on Friday, 14 February, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Lymington, 28 March 185 1 ; admitted a Solicitor Trinity Term, 
1873 ; Clerk to Teddington School Board and Local Board. 



at=j=Emma Julia, youngest dau. 
of Joseph Smee; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Hammersmith, on 
Saturday, 3 August 1878. 



A 



Edwin Jackman of Lymington (2nd son of William Jackman=y=L 
of Beaulieu, co. Hants) ; admitted a Solicitor Michaelmas 
Term, 1870; died at Heathcote House, Lymington, aged 38, 
on Sunday, 1 May 18S7. Will dated 3 March 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 47, 87) 22 November 1887, by John 
James Staples. /(\ 



,ouise Mary Ann, born 26 
February, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Lymington, 8 April 1852; marr. 
at Fisherton Anger, co. Wilts, 
11 September 1871. 



Alice Mary, born 
at 6 Highbury 
Grove, co. Mid- 
dlesex,on Thurs- 
day, 4 December 
1862. 



Sydney Francis Staples of= 
Munstead Grange, Godalming, 
co. Surrey ; born at 6 High- 
bury Grove on Wednes- 
day, 26 December 1866 ; 
educated at Clifton College 
and at the Royal Indian 
Engineering College, Cooper's 
Hill, co. Middlesex. 



r^T % P. l+y^* 



=Violet Maud Margaret, 
dau. of Sir Albert Joseph 
Altman of Elm Court, 
West Norwood, co. Surrey, 
by Margaret Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Vernon 
of Clapham, co. Surrey ; 
born at St. John's Park, 
Upper Holloway, co. 
Middlesex, 12 Septem- 
ber 1873, bapt. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Tulse Hill, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 10 
June 1896. 



Edith Constance, 
born at Campbell 
House, College 
Terrace, Hamp- 
stead, co. Middle- 
sex, 1 7 January, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Hamp- 
stead, 7 April 1 87 2; 
died at 87 Avenue 
Road, Regent's 
Park, London, 
on Wednesday, 20 
July 1 88 1. 



Dorothy Violet Alice, born at 1 1 Arundel 
Gardens, Notting Hill, London, on Monday, 
5 December 1898, bapt. at St Paul's, Avenue 
Road, Regent's Park, London, 16 February 1899. 



Muriel Margaret Mabel, born at Queen 
Anne's Mansions, Westminster, on Tuesday, 
5 March, bapt. at St. Saviour's, VVestgate-on- 
Sea, co. Kent, 3 November 1901. 



7i 



Thomas Henry Staples of Belmont, Laverstock, co.= 
Wilts ; born 3 December, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Newgate Street, London, on Christmas Day 18 18 ; 
died at Belmont, Laverstock, aged 77, on Thursday, 
19 March 1896. Will dated 11 December 1894, with 
codicil dated 29 February 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
624, 96) 11 June 1896, by Elizabeth Staples, relict, 
and Edward Tapply, gent. /)\ 



=Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Joseph Holt 
Smee of Chester Gardens, London ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Hammersmith, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 1 August 
1866 ; died at Belmont, Laverstock, 
on Thursday, 10 June 1915, bur. at 
Lymington, co. Hants. 



Kezia Matilda, born 
28 July, bapt. at 
Christ Church, New- 
gateStreet, London, 
15 October 1820 ; 
died on Tuesday, 
4 October 1853, 
bur. at St. Martin's, 
Salisbury, co. Wilts. 



Thomas Pernor Swayne of= 
Little Langford, co. Wilts 
(eldest son of John Pile 
Swayne of Steeple Langford, 
co. Wilts) ; died at Steeple 
Langford 11 March 1891. 
Will dated 16 March 1887, 
proved at Salisbury 18 April 
1 89 1, by Stephen Smith 
Swayne and Henry Walter 
Swayne, sons. 



Caroline, born 31 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Newgate Street, 
London, 3 March 1822 ; 
marr. at Laverstoke, co. 
Wilts, on Saturday, 18 
October 185 1 ; died at 
Steeple Langford, aged 
56, on Wednesday, 17 
April 1878. 



Emma, born 10 
November, bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
Newgate Street, 
London, 7 De- 
cember 1823 ; 
died, aged 3 
months, bur. at 
Christ Church, 
Newgate Street, 
London, 22 Feb- 
ruary 1824. 



Sir John Whittaker Ellis, Baronet, of Wormley Bury, Broxbourne, co.= 
Hertford, Alderman of London (5th son of Joseph Ellis of Richmond, 
co. Surrey, by Elizabeth Blake his wife, dau. of William Moates) ; born 
at Petersham, co. Surrey, 25 January 1829 ; Common Councillor for 
Broad Street 1864, Alderman 8 October 1872-1909 ; Sheriff 1874-75, 
Lord Mayor 1881-82, and first Mayor of Richmond 1890-91 ; J. P. for 
the counties of Londonderry and Surrey, High Sheriff of Surrey 1899 
-1900 ; Deputy Lieutenant for the City of London ; M.P. for Mid-Surrey 
1884-85, and for the Kingston division December 1885-92 ; Governor 
of the Irish Society 1883-93; Master of the Merchant Taylors' 1884; 
created a Baronet 6 June 1882 ; Chevalier 2nd-class Golden Lion of 
Nassau September 1882 ; Order of Mercy 1900 ; Coronation Medals 
1902 and 1911; died at Wormley Bury, Broxbourne, on Friday, 20 
September, bur. at Petersham on Thursday, 26 September 1912. Memorial 
Service at All Hallows', London Wall. Will dated 18 August 1910, with 
codicil dated 3 September 1912, proved (Prin. Reg., 1665, 12) 23 No- 
vember 191 2, by Dame Mary Anne Ellis, relict, Arthur Robert Prideaux 
and Edward Percy Hollams. He married 2ndly 4 June 1903, Marian, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. John Bailey, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Cowes, 
Isle of Wight. 



=Mary Anne (Order 
of Mercy), born 

17 November 1824, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Newgate 
Street, London, 2 
January 1825 ; mar- 
ried at the parish 
church, St. Pancras, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 5 February 
1859 ; died at 
Buccleuch House, 
Richmond, aged 
77, on Wednesday, 

18 December, bur. 
at Petersham on 
Monday, 23 De- 
cember 1901. 1st 
wife. 



Jt£jfctf£*. 



WOLSELEY. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent a talbot passant gules 
a mullet azure for difference. 

Supporters. — Two wolves proper each charged on the shoulder with a 
laurel and palm branch in saltire or gorged with a mural 
crown also or and holding in the paw a sword erect proper 
pommelled and hilted gold. 

Motto. — Homo homini lupus. 



WUlselep- 



Major Garnet Joseph Wolseley of Garnet= 
Lodge, Rathgar Road, Dublin [brother of 
the Rev. William Wolseley, see " Visitation 
of Ireland," Vol. 6, page 2j], 4th son of 
the Rev. William Wolseley, Rector of 
Tullycorbet and Clontebert, co. Monaghan, 
formerly Captain 8th Hussars, and grandson 
of Sir Richard Wolseley of Mount Wolseley, 
co. Carlow, 1st Baronet ; Captain 25th 
(King's Own Scottish Borderers) Foot 
5 August 1804, Major 4 June 1814 ; served 
at Guadaloupe and in the West Indies ; 
died, aged 60, in 1840. 




=Frances Anne, dau. of 
William Smith of Golden 
Bridge House, co. 
Dublin ; marr. by licence 
in Dublin in 1825 ; died 
at 2 Cambrian Villas, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
aged 82, on Sunday, 
7 October 1883. Admon 
was granted at Dublin 28 
April 1884, to Richard 
Wolseley, Surgeon- 
General in the Army 
Medical Department, son. 



John Bagwell Creagh of Bally Andrew, Doneraile,= 
co. Cork (eldest son of Arthur Gethin Creagh 
of Bally Andrew, by Mary his wife and cousin, 
only daughter and heir of James McGhee of 
Carrahane, co. Clare) ; born at Ballyellis Mallow, 
co. Cork, 31 August 1828 ; L.R.C.S.I. 1854, 
L.R.C.P.I. 1855, L.M. Rotunda Hospital, Dublin ; 
Surgeon to the West Cork Artillery Militia ; died 
at Terenure, Dublin, 8 October, bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 12 
October 1906. 



=Matilda Emily Victoria, 
born 6 September 1828 ; 
marr. by licence at 
Monkstown, co. Dublin, 
23 February 1854 ; died 
at Elderwick, co. Oxford, 
on Monday, 5 October 
1914. 



William Wolseley, 
died, aged 4, in 
1834. 



Elizabeth, 
aged 2, in 



died, 
1834. 



A 



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Field- Marshal Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, Viscount Wolseley,=j=Louisa, of Hampton 



Court Palace, dau. 
of Alexander Erskine 
of St. George's Place, 
Hyde Park Corner, 
London ; born in 
1843 ! rnarr. at St 
James', Piccadilly; 
London; 4 June 1867; 



K.P., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., O.M. ; born at Golden Bridge House, 
co. Dublin, 4 June 1833 ; entered the Army as Ensign 12th Foot 
12 March 1852, Lieutenant 80th Foot 1853, Captain 84th Foot 1854, 
and of the 90th Foot 1855, Major 1858, Lieut-Colonel 1861, 
Colonel 1865, Major-General 1874, Lieut. -General 1878, General 1882, 
Field-Marshal 26 March 1894 ; served in the Burmese War with 
80th Foot 1852-53 (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 24 June 1853, medal); in the Crimea with 90th 
Foot 1854-55, as D.A.Q.M.G. (twice wounded, mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 21 June and 21 December 1855, brevet of Major, 
medal with clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th-class of the 

Medjidie, Turkish medal) ; in the Indian Mutiny 1857-59, as D.A.Q.M.G., at Lucknow, 
where he led an assault at the relief of the Residency, and defence of Alumbagh 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 16 January, 11 March, 28 July and 17 
September 1858, and 31 January 1859, medal with clasp, brevet of Lieut.- Colonel) ; in the 
China War i86o-6r, as D.A.Q.M.G. (mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps) ; 
in the Fenian Raids, Canada, 1866 and 1870, as D.Q.M.G. (medal with two clasps); 
commanded the Red River Expedition 1870 (thanked in General Orders, K.C.M.G., 
C.B., clasp); the Ashanti War 1873-74 (received thanks of Parliament, medal 
with clasp, promoted Major-General for distinguished service, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. ; presented 
with Freedom of the City of London and a sword of the value of 100 guineas); 
the Boer War 1879 (medal with clasp, G.C.B.); the Egyptian Expedition 1882 (received 
thanks of Parliament and raised to the Peerage, medal with clasp, bronze star, promoted 
General for distinguished service, ist-class Osmanieh) ; the Soudan Expedition 1884-85 (two 
clasps, received thanks of Parliament, and raised to a Viscounty) ; A.A.G. Headquarters 
of Army 1871-73; appointed Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Gold Coast, 1873; I.G. of 
Auxiliary Forces, Headquarters of Army, April 1874; Military Member, Council of India, 
1876-78; High Commissioner and Commander-in-Chief, Cyprus, 1878-79; Governor 
and High Commissioner, Natal, South Africa, 1879-80; Q.M.G. of the Forces 1880-82, 
A.G. 1885-90; Commander of the Forces in Ireland 1890-95; Commander-in-Chief of the 
Army 1895-1900; Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer Battalion Royal Fusiliers (City of London 
Regiment) 1883 (V.D.); Hon. Colonel Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade (The Royal Scots), 
1889; Colonel Royal Horse Guards 1895-1907 ; Hon. Colonel Prince of Wales' Leinster 
Regiment (Royal Canadians) 1899; Colonel Royal Irish Regiment 1898; Gold Stick to 
Queen Victoria 1895-1901, and to King Edward VII. 1901-1907 ; bore Third Sword at 
the Coronation of King Edward VII. 1902 ; Special Envoy to Courts of Austria, Hungary, 
Roumania, Servia and Turkey to announce accession of King Edward VII. 1901 ; K.C.M.G. 
1870, CB. 1871, K.C.B. i874,G.C.M.G. 1874, G.C.B. 1880, K.P. 1885; Privy Councillor 1890; 
Order of Merit 1902; Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1874, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1874, Dublin 1883, 
and Edinburgh ; F.R.G.S. ; Knight Grand Cross of the Red Eagle of Prussia ; Master of the 
Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin ; created Baron Wolseley of Cairo, and of Wolseley, co. 
Stafford, 25 November 1882, and Viscount Wolseley of Wolseley, co. Stafford, 28 September 
1885, with remainder in default of male issue to his daughter, with remainder to her male 
issue; Author of "The Soldier's Pocket Book for Field Service" (5th 
edition) 1886, "Life of the Duke of Marlborough," 1894, "Decline 
and Fall of Napoleon," 1895, and "The Story of a Soldier's Life," 1903 ; 
died at Villa Tourette, Mentone, France, aged 79, on Tuesday, 25 
March 1913, buried with military honours in the crypt of St. Paul's 
Cathedral, London, on Monday, 31 March 191 3. 



hMdf 



Frances Garnet, Viscountess Wolseley of Wolseley, co. Stafford, and Baroness Wolseley of 
Cairo and Wolseley, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; born in London 15 September 
1872; founded the College of Gardening, Glynde, co. Sussex, 1901-1902; admitted to the 
Freedom and Livery of the Gardeners' Company on Tuesday, 16 September 1913, and to the 
Freedom of the City of London on Thursday, 9 October 1913 ; Author of "Gardening 
for Women," "Gardens," 1914, "In a College Garden," and "Women and the Land," 1916; 
succeeded her father as Viscountess Wolseley 25 March 191 3. 

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Surgeon- General Richard Wolseley, born=Mary Reeves, 

3 June 1834; Assistant Surgeon Medical dau. of John 

Department 28 July 1854, Surgeon 9 March Ingram of Cork; 

1867 ; Secretary to Sir Anthony Dickson marr. in 1852; 

Home, V.C., K.C.B., Principal Medical died at 1 Bol- 

Officer, Meerut, India, 1882, Surgeon- ton Terrace, 

Major 1 March 1873, Brigade-Surgeon 27 Clarinda Park 

November 1879, Brigade-Surgeon, Nova East, Kingstown, 

Scotia, 1880 ; served in the Crimea 1854 co. Dublin, 13 

-55, with the 20th Foot, including the November 1887. 

battles of Alma, Balaclava and Inkerman Will with codicil 

(wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, proved (Prin. 

and assaults of the iSth June and 8th Reg., Dublin, 

September (medal with four clasps and 73, 89) 19 Feb- 

Turkish medal); died at Meerut 22 ruary 1889, by 

December 1886. Adfiion (with will dated Catherine Char- 

12 October 1886), was granted (Prin. Reg., lotte Ingram, 

596, 88) 21 June 1888, to Vesey George spinster. 
Mackenzie Holt. 



Frances Jane, born in 1836; marr. 
by licence at Monkstown in June 
1857, Gavin Ralston Caldwell of 
Greenan Castle, co. Ayr, who died 
in 1868. She died 22 April 191 2, 
and was buried at Wateringbury, 
co. Kent. t 

A. 

Frederick York Wolseley, born 16 
March 1837; J. P.; died at the 
Red House, Belvedere Road, 
Norwood, co. Surrey, 8 January 
1899. Adftion (with will dated 29 
July 1898) was granted (Prin. Reg., 
274, 1906) 16 February 1906, to 
Ellen Elizabeth Wolseley, widow. 

Caroline Hastings, died unmarried 
in 1892, buried at Richmond, co. 
Surrey. 



General Sir George Benjamin Wolseley of Thatched Cottage,= 
Wateringbury, co. Kent, G.C.B. ; born at Rathgar, co. Dublin, 
11 July 1S39, bapt. there; entered the Army as Ensign 22nd 
Foot 18 September 1857, Lieutenant 84th Foot 1858, Captain 98th 
Foot 1868, Major York and Lancaster Regiment 1878, Lieut.- Colonel 
by brevet 1879, Colonel in the Army 1882, Major-General 1892, Lieut. - 
General 1900, General 1906, retired 23 May 1906; Brigade-Major, 
Bengal, July 1872 to June 1875, and December 1876 to October 1877, 
A.A. and Q.M.G., Bengal, July to September 1880, A.A.G. 1885-87 ; 
served with 84th Foot in the Indian Mutiny 1858-59 (medal) ; in the 
Afghan War 1878-79, as A.A.G. 2nd division Candahar Force (mentioned 
in despatches, medal, brevet of Lieut.-Colonel) ; in the Egyptian Expedi- 
tion 1882 (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 2 November 
1882, medal with clasp, bronze star, 3rd-class Medjidie; in the Soudan 
Campaign as A.A. and Q.M.G., Army Headquarters, including Battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir, afterwards as Colonel on Staff, commanding troops at 
Abu Gus, 1884-85 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
25 August 1885, clasp, C.B.) ; in the Burmese Expedition 1887-89, as 

Brigadier- General, commanding 1st Brigade (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
15 November 1889 (medal with clasp, K.C.B.); in command of the Wuntho Expedition 1891 

(thanked by Government of India, mentioned 
f ~*\ in despatches, " London Gazette," 9 February 

**"/ / s) 1892); commanded the Forces, Punjab, India 

(with rank of Lieut.- General), 1897-98 ; 
Lieut.- General commanding troops, Madras, 
1898-1903 ; Extra A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 
1882-92 ; G.C.B. 28 June 1907. 



; Esther Louise, eldest 
surviving dau. of 
William Andrews of 
Ashton, Monkstown, 
co. Dublin ; born 
in 1837 ; married at 
the parish church, 
Monkstown, on Mon- 
day, 1 1 November 
1867 ; died at Hill- 
side, Whitchurch, co. 
Oxford, on Tuesday, 
11 March, buried at 
Whitchurch 14 March 
1902. 



/TWUidMJ- 




Garnet John Wolseley, born at Gwalior, India, 2 April 1873 ; 
2nd Lieutenant Sherwood Foresters 1895 ; died at Ranikh^t, 
India, aged 23, on Wednesday, 24 June 1896, bur. there. 



AJc^Le^j 



78 



lllortfrington of HtUesfoon, 2M> co* g>taffotU 



Arms. — Argent three dung forks sable. 
Crest. — A goat passant argent holding in his mouth 
an oak branch with acom vert fructed or. 



Sarah, 2nd dau.= 
and coheir of 
Aaron York of 
Stourport, co. 
Worcester; born 
2 6 November 
i769;marr.atMit- 
ton, co. Worces- 
ter, 31 December 
1789; died 22 
December, bur. 
at Mitton 28 
December 1796. 
1st wife. 



•Jonathan Worthington of Moor= 
Hill House [Moor Hall], Stour- 
port, and of Hollinwood Hall, 
co. Lancaster (eldest surviving 
son of Jonathan Worthington of 
Stretford and of Manchester, 
both co. Lancaster, by Susanna 
his wife, dau. of John and 
Susanna Lloyd of Wribbenhall, 
co. Worcester) ; born 14 April 
1756 ; took the Hollinwood 
estates as devisee under the will 
of his aunt, Rebecca Worthing- 
ton [dated 12 April 1791, proved 
at Chester 13 February 1792]; 
died 21 June, bur. at Mitton 29 
June 182 1. Adfnon was granted 
at Chester 29 January, and in 
P.C.C. 21 February 1822. 



=Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Richard Jukes of 
Cound, co. Salop, by Jane his wife, dau. 
of Andrew and Jane Dodson of Shrews- 
bury, co. Salop ; born on Wednesday, 
19 September, bapt. at Cound 24 
September 1770; marr. at Mitton 
18 February 1802 ; died at the Wood- 
house, Cheadle, co. Stafford, aged 91, 
1 June, bur. at St. Luke's, Leek, cd. 
Stafford, 7 June 1861. M.I. in churcH, 
2nd wife. 



^£^^f^^^^n. 



9% a. 



tftrasrn, a/?i/ 



/7/^CyrtJ^ 



George Worthington, 
born 20 September, 
bapt. at Mitton 22 
November 1790 ; 
died 24 March, bur. 
at Mitton 30 March 
1802. 



I 
Jonathan Worthington of Moor Hill, and= 
of Llancaiach House, co. Glamorgan ; 
born at Moor Hill 2 August 1792, bapt. at 
Mitton 1 6 January 1793; J. P. co. Worcester; 
died at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, aged 
67, 12 April i860, bur. at Leckhampton, 
co. Gloucester. Will dated 10 April 
i860, proved in the Principal Registry 13 
September i860. 





Anne Maria, dau. of Samuel 
Barnett of Stourport, by 
Mary his wife, eldest dau. of 
Richard Jukes of Cound ; 
bapt. at Mitton 2 1 November 
1796; marr. there 2 August 
1826; died at Cheltenham, 
aged 79, 23 March 1876, bur. 
at Leckhampton. Will dated 
17 March 1864, proved at 
Gloucester 5 July 1876. 



Jonathan York Worthington of Benham Lodge,= 
Newbury, co. Berks; born at Moor Hill 25 June, 
bapt. at Mitton 27 June 1827 ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Bengal Horse Artillery 11 December 1846, rst Lieu- 
tenant 6 March 1853, 2nd Captain 27 August 1858; 
served in the 2nd Sikh War 1848-49, and at the 
siege and capture of Mooltan January 1849, and 
the battle of Guzerat 21 February 1849; died at 
Benham Lodge, Newbury, on Tuesday, 3 June, bur. 
at Stockcross, co. Berks, 7 June 1902. Will dated 13 
May 1897, with three codicils dated 21 March 1898 
to 30 October 1901, proved in the Principal Registry 
21 July 1902. 

79 



=Henrietta Charlotte, dau. of Valentine 
Bryan ; marr. at the parish church, 
Scarborough, co. York, on Tuesday, 
18 September i860 ; died at Benham 
Lodge, Newbury, aged 62, on Wednes- 
day, 20 May 1896, bur. at Stockcross. 
She married istly the Hon ble Francis 
Charles Annesley (grandson of Richard, 
2nd Earl of Annesley), who died 30 
May 1854, and 2ndly Rowland Edward 
Cooper of Pains Hill, Cobham, co. 
Surrey, who died 19 September 1858. 



John Gardner of Marlborough, =Sarah York, born 30 
co. Wilts, and of Ombersley, June, bapt. at Mitton, 
co. Worcester (son of Charles co. Worcester, 13 July 
Gardner); born 15 May 1790; 1793; marr. there 16 
died 15 October 1872, bur. at November 1818; died 
Ombersley. 28 July 1869, bur. at 

Ombersley. 



Harriet Rebecca, 
born 2 March, 
bapt. at Mitton 
9 April 1795 ; 
died 2 2 February, 
bur. 26 February 
1799. 



Mary Ann, born 
14 September, 
bapt. 31 October 
1796; died 12 
January, bur. at 
Mitton 1 5 January 
1802. 



George Worthington, born 
at Moor Hill, Stourport, 
co. Worcester ; bapt. at 
Mitton 13 December 
1802 ; died 7 May, bur. 
there 11 May 1803. 



Thomas Halcomb of Marl- : 
borough (4th son of John 
Halcomb of Marlborough, by 
Catherine Neate his wife, of Marl- 
borough) ; born 28 November 
1792; died 11 July 1877, bur. 
in the cemetery at Cheltenham, 
co. Gloucester. 



=Emma Susanna, bom at Moor 
Hill 29 May, bapt. at 
Mitton 30 May 1804; marr. 
there 29 March 1824; died 23 
May 1874, bur. in the cemetery 
at Cheltenham. 



George Samuel Worth- 
ington of Llanciach 
House, co. Glamorgan ; 
bapt. at Mitton 5 March 
1829 ; died unmarried 
at Cardiff, co. Glamor- 
gan, 30 June 1881, bur. 
at Cardiff. Admon 
was granted in the 
Principal Registry 21 
July 1881. 



Mary Jane, born 
at Moor Hill, 
bapt. at Mitton 
26 July 1830 ; 
died unmarried 
in February 1859, 
bur. at Leck- 
hampton, co. 
Gloucester. 



Richard Jukes Worthington, born at Moor Hill, 
bapt. at Mitton 21 January 1832 ; Assistant 
Surgeon 26 May 1854 ; served with the 34th 
Foot in the Crimea January 1855, at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and with the storming party 
at the capture of the Quarries 7 June (medal 
with clasp and Turkish medal) ; in the Indian 
Mutiny 1857-58, including Windham's actions at 
Cawnpore 26 to 28 November 1857, at siege and 
capture of Lucknow, and relief of Azimghur (medal 
and clasp) ; and with the 58th Regiment of Foot in 
the New Zealand War, 1860-61 ; died at sea, aged 
30, 2 February 1862. Will dated 31 January 1862, 
proved in the Principal Registry 1 July 1862. 



Edward Rushworth Keele of Hampstead, co. Middlesex= 
(5th and youngest son of John Rushworth Keele, M.D., 
of Southampton, co. Hants, by Constantia his wife, 5th 
dau. of Admiral Philip Patton, a Lord Commissioner 
of the Admiralty); born 30 December 1836, bapt. at All 
Saints', Southampton. ^ 



=Lucy Anne, born at Moor Hill 11 
December, bapt. at Mitton 16 
December 1833 ; marr. at St. 
Luke's, Cheltenham, 14 August 
1866. 



Charles Henry Worthington= 
of Barberton, Transvaal, 
South Africa ; born at 
Wellington, New Zealand, 
6 May 1861 ; bapt. at 
Wellington Cathedral. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel 
Henry Fielding of Hull, co. 
York ; marr. at Barberton, 
Transvaal, 21 March 1896. 
She married istly at Hull 
in 1884, James Cooke of 
Hull. 

So 



John Andree= 
Masson of 
Harrow, co. 
Middlesex, 
son of John 
Gustave Mas- 
son of Harrow. 



=Maude, born at Wel- 
lington 3 December 
1863, bapt. at Wel- 
lington Cathedral ; 
marr.atSt. Matthew's, 
Estcourt,Natal,South 
Africa, 10 May 1888. 



A 



Eliza, born at 
Moor Hill, Stour- 
port, co. Wor- 
cester, bapt. at 
Mitton, co. Wor- 
cester, 3 Novem- 
ber 1805 ; died 
at Malvern, co. 
Worcester, 2 7 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Mit- 
ton 2 February 
1827. 



Jane Jukes, born 
at Moor Hill 17 
April, bapt. at 
Mitton 23 June 
1807 ; died at 
Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 29 
May 1883, bur. 
in Cheltenham 
Cemetery. 



Richard Cooper of Leek, co. Stafford ;■ 
born 2 October 1802 ; a Student of 
Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospitals, 
London, L.K.Q.C.P. Irel. and L.M. 
1870; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1825, and 
L.S.A. Lond. 1824 ; died 23 June 
1872, bur. in churchyard of the 
parish church, Leek. He married 
istly Mary Anne, dau. of William 
Birch of Leek, who died, aged 34, 
26 October 1843, and was buried in 
the parish church, Leek. 



=Marian, born at 
Moor Hill 1 7 
April, bapt. at 
Mitton 19 April 
1809 ; marr. ,;|at 
St. Mary's, Marl- 
borough, co. Wilts, 
in February 1 846 ; 
died 24 March 
1885, bur. in Chel- 
tenham Cemetery. 



Charles Worthington of Pieter-=f»Penelope Jane, 2nd dau. of John Scott of Edgbaston, 



maritzburg, Natal, South Africa; born 
at Moor Hill 16 July, bapt. at 
Mitton 21 September 1835 ; died 
at Durban, Natal, 5 February 1904, 
bur. there. 



co. Warwick; born at Edgbaston 12 May 1835; marr. 
at the parish church, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 
25 February 1858; died at Highgate, co. Middlesex, 
aged 66, 20 October 1901, bur. in Highgate Cemetery. 



Reginald Yorke=f=Mary Elizabeth Miriam, Alfred John=pMabel, born at=Frederick Chatter- 



Worthington of 
Timber Street, 
Pietermaritzburg ; 
bomatAuckland, 
New Zealand, 2 2 
August 1865, 
bapt. there. 



dau. of Joseph Wheeler 
of Estcourt, Natal ; 
born 10 August 1865 ; 
marr. at St. Matthew's, 
Estcourt, 18 October 



Blake, son of 
John Blake ; 
married at 
Barberton 16 
January 1 890. 
1 st husband. 



Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, 16 May 
1869. 



A 



ton of London ; 
married in London 
24 March 1899. 
2nd husband. 



Thomas Henry Yorke=Louie, dau. of H. John Derrick Worthington, Molly, born at 



Worthington of Dundee, 
Natal ; born at Est- 
court 1 July 1890, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Estcourt. 



Robson Tully of 
Pietermaritzburg ; 
marr. there 1 July 
I9I5- 



born at Estcourt 10 January 
1895, bapt. at Ennersdale, 
Natal, in 1896 ; went through 
the campaign in German 
South- West Africa with Natal 
Field Artillery 191 5-16. 



Pietermaritzburg 
21 October, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's 
Cathedral, Pieter- 
maritzburg, in 
December 1904. 



Maude, daughter 
of John Henry 
Stevens of Cape 
Colony, South 
Africa ; marr. at 
Pretoria, Trans- 
vaal, 20 February 
1897. 1 st wife. 



Arthur George=j=Myra, daughter of 



Worthington of 
Pretoria ; born at 
Wandsworth 2 1 
August 1872. 



JohnGeorgeFischer 
of Kimberley, Cape 
Colony ; marr. 9 
December 191 1. 
2nd wife. 



Jonathan Ernest = Alice. 
Worthington of 
Pretoria ; born at 
Wood Green, co. 
Middlesex, 3 1 Au- 
gust 1873 ; died 
at Pretoria in 
1906, bur. there. 



dau. of 
Henry Hornby 
of Stoke, Natal ; 
marr. at Mid 
Mora, Natal, in 
1899. 



Penelope Maude, 
born 29 January 
1898. 



Heather Myra, born at 
Pretoria 29 December 
1912. 



Blanche Louisa, born at 
Pretoria 26 December 
1914. 



Noel Worthington, 
born at Mid Mora 
21 May 1900. 



81 



Andrew Jukes Worthington of Leek ; born at Moor Hill= 
22 December, bapt. at Mitton 23 December 1810; died 
at Ball Haye Hall, Leek, 21 December 1873, bur. at 
St. Luke's, Leek. Will dated 28 January 1870, proved 
(P.C.C.) 8 April 1874, by Arthur George Pemberton, 
William Adams, and Ernest Andrew Worthington. 




T-7?r« 



=Sarah Booth, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Pemberton of Warstone 
House, co. Warwick, by Mary 
Elizabeth his 1st wife, dau. of 
John and Mary Warwick of Bir- 
mingham ; born 1 1 July, bapt. at 
St. Philip's (now Cathedral), Bir- 
mingham, 28 July 1 8 14; marr. at 
St. Martin's, Birmingham, 1 May 
1839 ; died at Ball Haye Hall, 
Leek, on Saturday, 28 April, bur. 
at St. Luke's, Leek, on Tuesday, 
1 May 1877. 



Lieut. -Colonel William Adams of Greenfield, near Tunstall,= 
Newfield Hall and Wolstanton, all co. Stafford (eldest son of 
William Adams of Greenfield and of Liverpool, by Jane his 
wife, eldest dau. and coheir of Jesse Breeze of Greenfield) ; 
born at Liverpool 13 June, bapt. at St. Augustine's, Liverpool, 
29 July 1833 ; educated at Rugby, admitted 1846 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel 1st Battalion Staffordshire Rifle Volunteers ; J. P. for co. 
Stafford 1872 ; died at Moreton House, Wolstanton, aged 72, 
on Sunday, 5 March, bur. at Wolstanton on Wednesday, 
8 March 1905. Mural tablet in church, also clock tower 
at Tunstall erected to his memory. Will dated 6 August 
1904, proved in the Principal Registry 29 April 1905, 
by Laura Eliza Adams, relict, and William Adams, son. 



= Laura Eliza, born at Horton 
Hall, co. Stafford, 6 September, 
bapt. at Horton 15 October 
1840 ; marr. at St. Luke's, Leek, 
on Thursday, 26 May 1864 ; 
died at Moreton House, Wol- 
stanton, on Monday, 27 April, 
bur. in churchyard of the parish 
church there 30 April 1914. 
M.I. in church. Will dated 28 
November 191 1, proved at 
Lichfield 28 August 1914, by 
William Adams and Percy 
Walter Lewis Adams, sons. 



A\ 



(See Pedigree of Adams, Vol. ij, page 26). 



General Augustus Halifax Ferryman, C. B. (son of John Barbe Gustavus=f=Sarah Caroline, 
Ferryman of Rhodeville, Leckhampton, co. Gloucester) ; born 9 March 18 16 ; j born at Moor 
Ensign 44th Foot 27 June 1834, Lieutenant 1837, Captain 1841, Major 1843, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1848, of the 89th Foot 1849, of the 75th Foot i860, Colonel 
of the 40th Foot 1872, and of the Royal Irish Fusiliers 1887 ; Major-General 
1863, Lieut. -General 1871, General 1 October 1877, retired r July 1881 ; 
served in the Crimea, in command of the 89th Foot from 15 December 1854, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks on 18th June and 8 Sep- 
tember 1855 (medal with clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 4th-class 
Medjidie and Turkish medal); Brigadier- General, Bombay, 1857-59, and 
Bengal 1859-61 ; C.B. 22 June 1857 ; died at Winterbourne, Painswick Road, 
Cheltenham, aged 81, on Thursday, 10 June 1897. He married istly Jane 
Anne Wilhelmina, 2nd dau. of William Sinclair of Dunbeath Castle, co. 
Caithness ; she died 11 November 1851. 



Hill 3oOctober, 
bapt. at Mitton 
27 December 
1837 ; married 
at St. James', 
Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, 30 March 
1864. 2nd wife. 






Ernest Andrew Worthington of Hillesdon, Leek, co.= 
Stafford ; born at Horton Hall, co. Stafford, 3 March, 
bapt. at Horton 5 June 1842 ; Captain Queen's 
Own Staffordshire Yeomanry ; J. P. for co. Stafford ; 
died at Hillesdon, aged 54, on Wednesday, 7 October, 
bur. at St. Luke's, Leek, 9 October 1896. Will dated 
9 March 1886, proved in the Principal Registry 27 
January 1897. 




Margaret Maude, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Pearson of Putney, co. 
Surrey, and of Hillesdon, Torquay, 
co. Devon, by Mary Lucy his wife, 
youngest dau. of George Robert 
Clover of Lingdale, Birkenhead, co. 
Chester; born at Hillesdon, Tor- 
quay, 23 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Birkenhead, 22 September 1858 ; 
marr. at the parish church, Barnes, 
co. Surrey, 30 September 1880. 
She married 2ndly at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 11 
October 1898, John Wilson, who 
was born 17 March 1847. 



Sybil, born Guy Jukes Worthington of 
at Hareyate, Hillesdon ; born at Hare- 
Leek, 19 yate, Leek, 26 February, bapt. 
March, bapt. at St. Luke's, Leek, 4 April 
at St. Luke's, 1886; educated at Shrews- 
Leek, 25 bury (1899-1904) and at 
April 1884. Lincoln College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated in 1904 ; Captain 
5th Battalion (Prince of 
Wales') North Staffordshire 
Regiment (Territorials) 22 
August 1 9 14. 



Gwenyth, born at Hare- 
yate, Leek, 2 June, bapt. 
at St. Luke's, Leek, 1 J uly 



Roger Ernest Worthing- 
ton, born at Hareyate, 
Leek, 1 9 November 1889, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Leek, 
12 January 1890; edu- 
cated at Shrewsbury. 



^— 1 «— m J- mJ «ox 4 r««.». </&~ 



Freda Margaret, born 
at Hareyate, Leek, 
11 September, bapt. 
at St. Luke's, Leek, 
18 October 1891. 



Andrew Yorke Worth- 
ington, born at 
Hareyate, Leek, 29 
April, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Leek, 2 June 
1895 ; educated at 
Shrewsbury. 



Thomas Davenport Goodman of= 
Chapel-en-le- Frith, co. Derby 
(only surviving son of Davenport 
Goodman of Eccles House, near 
Chapel- en-le-Frith, by Elizabeth 
his wife, only dau. of John Moult 
of Lower Cliffe, Mellor, co. 
Derby); born 28 Jul)', bapt. at 
Chapel-en-le-Frith 25 August 
1839 ; died 4 June, bur. at 
Chapel-en-le-Frith 8 June 1875. 
M.I. 



; Emily Jane, born 
at Horton Hall 29 
May, bapt. at 
Horton 25 June 
1843 ; marr. at St. 
Luke's, Leek, 29 Oc- 
tober 1867 ; died 18 
August, buried at 
Chapel - en - le - Frith 
21 August 19 13. 



Alice Elizabeth, 
born at Leek 1 1 
September,bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Leek, 18 
October 1844 ; 
died unmarried 
at Leek 24 Jan- 
uary, bur. at St. 
Luke's, Leek, 27 
January 19 16. 



A\ 



Walter Moore Wor- 
thington, born at 
Leek 19 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at the 
parish church, Leek, 
30 October 1845 ; 
died unmarried at 
Boscombe, co. 

Hants, aged 39, on 
Monday, 26 Jan- 
uary 1885, buried 
at St. Clement's, 
Boscombe. 



33 



Ven ble Augustus Theodore Wirgman, D.D., Archdeacon of Port Elizabeth=Rose, born at 
(eldest son of the Rev. Augustus Wirgman, Vicar of Hartington, co. Derby, by Leek, co. Staf- 
Jane Elizabeth his wife, youngest dau. of Thomas Pearson of South Wingfield, ford, 9 Septetn- 
co. Derby, see Pedigree 0/ Pearson, Vol. J 5, page 166); born at Bradbourne, ber, bapt.atthe 
co. Derby, 22 September, bapt. there 4 November 1846 ; educated at Rossall parish church, 
and at Magdalene College, Cambridge, Scholar 1866, B.A. (Classical Tripos) Leek, 21 Oc- 
1870, 2nd-class Theological Tripos 187 1, M.A. 1873, and of the Cape University tober 1847 ; 
1875; Hon. D.C.L. University of the South, U.S.A., 1877; B.D. Camb. 1893, marr. at St. 
D.D. 1899; Curate of Hartington, co. Derby, 1870-71, of Alton 1871-72, and Luke's, Leek, 
of St. Michael's, Handsworth, both co. Stafford, 1872-74; Vice-Principal of 13 January 
St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown, South Africa, 1873-75 i Rector of St. Mary's, 1874. 
Port Elizabeth, 1875, Rural Dean 1884-96 ; Examining Chaplain to Bishop of 
Grahamstown 1883-92, and to Bishop of Mashonaland 1899 ; Senior Chaplain 
and Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Colonial Forces, Cape Colony, 1899-1900; V.D. 1896; 
South African General Service medal 1880 ; on active service during South 
•African War 1899-1900 (medal with clasp); Coronation medal 1911; Vice- 
Provost of St. Mary's Collegiate Church, Port Elizabeth, 1888; Canon of 
Grahamstown Cathedral 1899; Hon. Chaplain to the King 1905; Archdeacon 
of Port Elizabeth 1907 ; Select Preacher at Cambridge 1911 ; Author of 
"The Life of James Green, D.D., Dean of Maritzburg," 1909, "History of 
Protestantism," 191 1, and other works. 



Philip Jukes Worthington of Leek ; bom at Leek= 
4 January, bapt. at St. Luke's, Leek, 19 March 1851 ; 
Major of the Leek Volunteers ; died at Stockwell House, 
Leek, 20 July, bur. at St. Luke's, Leek, 23 July 1902. 
Will dated 17 January 1902, with codicil dated 21 April 
1902, proved (P.C.C.) 21 August 1902. 



mft/fi 




=Margaret Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir 
Thomas Wardle of Leek, and of 
Swainsley, co. Stafford, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Hugh Wardle of 
Leek ; born 1 2 October, bapt. at 
the parish church, Leek, 24 Novem- 
ber 1869 ; marr. there 26 September 
1889. She married 2ndly Captain 
Guy Reginald Archer Gaunt, R.N., 
British Naval Attache to the Court 
at Washington, U.S.A. 



Lancelot Jukes Worthington of 
Gaunt's Wood, Wetton, co. Derby, 
and of Leek ; born 28 May, bapt. 
at All Saints', Leek, 28 June 
1 891 ; educated at Winchester; 
Lieutenant Derbyshire Yeomanry 
17 September 19 14. 



84 



Eomfae of ^jlaugf) ^arfe, ana of iAJlelton 
Hall, faotfi co. j&orfolk. 




HP 



Rev. Henry Lombe of=j 
Bylaugh Park and of 
Melton Hall, both co. 
Norfolk (3rd son of 
Thomas Browne Evans 
of North Tuddenham, 
co. Norfolk, and of Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
J.P.and D.L. for co. Nor- 
folk, High Sheriff 1795, 
by Mary his wife, 4th 
dau. of Edward Hase of 
Sail House, co. Norfolk) ; 
born at Kirby Bedon, 
co. Norfolk, 26 June 
1792; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 18 October 
1809, B.A. 1814 ; 
Rector of Swanton Abbot 
3 March 1826, and of 
Lyng, 19 March 1836, 
both co. Norfolk ; J.P.for 
the counties of Norfolk 
and Suffolk ; Lord of 
the Manors of Bylaugh, 
Melton, &c. ; assumed 
the name of Lombe in 
lieu of that of Evans 
14 November 1862, on 
succeeding to the pro- 
perty of his great-uncle, 
Sir John Lombe, Baronet, of Great Melton ; died at 
Bylaugh Park, aged 86, on Thursday, 10 October, bur. at 
Bylaugh 16 October 1878. Will dated 11 November 1864, 
with three codicils dated 21 July 1866, 8 June 1872 and 15 
January 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 799, 78) 30 October 1878, 
by the Rev. Henry Evans Lombe, son, and John Carlen Heath, 
Barrister- at-Law. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure two combs in fesse between a broken 
tilting -spear barwise one piece in chief 
head towards the dexter the broken part of 
the other half towards the dexter base or. 

Crest. — Two tilting-spears in saltire or 
each with a pennant gules. 

Motto. — Propositi tenax. 



Sophia, 3rd dau. of Thomas 
Cubitt of Honing Hall, 
co. Norfolk, J. P. and D.L., 
by Catharine his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Henry 
Spencer of Dulwich, co. 
Surrey ; born at Honing 
Hall 15 September, bapt. at 
Honing 15 October 1790; 
marr. there (by her brother- 
in-law, the Rev. John Taylor) 
on Monday, 19 October 
1 81 8 ; died at Morton Hall, 
co. Norfolk, aged 89, on 
Thursday, 22 April, bur. at 
Bylaugh 27 April 1880. Will 
dated 10 March 1875, with 
codicil dated 25 October 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 
519, 80) 2 June 1880, by 
Catharine Mary Berney, 
wife of George Duckett 
Berney, and Mary Jane 
Heath, wife of John Carlen 
Heath, daughters. 

(See Pedigree of Cubitt, 
Vol. IJ, page 26.) 



Rev. Henry Evans Lombe of Bylaugh= 
Park and of Melton Hall ; of Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1843 ; 
J. P. for the counties of Norfolk 
and Suffolk ; died at Melton Hall, aged 
78, on Saturday, 18 December 1897, 
bur. at Bylaugh. Will dated 28 Novem- 
ber 1894, proved at Norwich 14 May 
1898, by Edward Henry Evans Lombe, 
son. 



=Louisa, 3rd dau. of Thomas Browne Evans of North 
Tuddenham, co. Norfolk, and of Dean House, Chip- 
ping Norton, co. Oxford, J. P. and D.L., by Charlotte 
Simeon his wife; marr. on Wednesday, 25 April 
1849 ; died at Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, aged 82, 
on Wednesday, 20 November 1901, bur. at Melton. 
Will dated 7 January 1898, with codicil dated 13 
July 1900, proved at Norwich 1 March 1902, by 
Edward Henry Evans Lombe, son, and the Rev. 
Hugh Humphrys. 



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Thomas Robert Lombe, M.D., of Coltishall,= 
co. Norfolk, and of Bemerton, Torquay, co. 
Devon; M.R.C.S. 1843, L.S.A. Lond. 1844, 
M. D. Aberdeen 1856; died at Bemerton, 
Torquay, aged 8r, 23 February 1902, bur. 
in Torquay Cemetery. M.I. Will dated 7 
October 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 521, 1902) 
17 April 1902, by the Rev. Edward Lombe, 
brother, Major Ralph Henry Fenwick Lombe, 
and William Henslowe Hooker, nephews. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William Jackson Hooker, 
K.H., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S., Director of the 
Royal Gardens, Kew, by Maria his wife, dau. 
of Dawson Turner, F.R.S., F.S.A., of Great 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk; born 15 November 
1820; marr. at Kew 20 July 1853; died at 
Bemerton, Torquay, aged 76, on Monday, 
1 August 1898, bur. in Torquay Cemetery. 
M.I. 



Major Edward Henry Evans Lombe of Bylaugh= 
Park, of Melton Hall, and of Thickthorn, Hethersett, 
all co. Norfolk ; born 24 September 1861, bapt. 
at Eriswell, co. Suffolk ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; Captain (Hon. Major 
1 901) Prince of Wales' Own Norfolk Artillery 
Militia, Royal Field Reserve Artillery 1898-1909 ; 
Captain and Hon. Major Royal Defence Corps 
October 1914 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, 
High Sheriff 1908 ; Patron of Eccles-next-the-Sea, 
co. Norfolk. 



=Albinia Harriet, 2nd dau. of Alexander 
Samuel Leslie-Melville of Branston 
Hall, Lincoln, by the Hon ble Albinia 
Frances (Brodrick) his wife, youngest 
dau. of Charles, 6th Viscount Midleton 
(see Pedigree of Midleton, Vol. 5, page 
g6 ) ; born at Branston Rectory on 
Sunday, 27 October 1861 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Frederick Abel Leslie- 
Melville), on Tuesday, 25 May 1886. 



Francis William Talbot= 
Clerke (eldest son of 
Sir William Francis 
Clerke, nth Baronet, 
of Mertyn Hall, co. 
Flint, by Beatrice his 
wife, dau. of Graham 
Menzies of Hally- 
burton, co. Forfar) ; 
born at 9 Hans Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 6 March 
1886. 



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'Albinia Mary, Maurice Howard Helyar (elder son=Victoria Repps, 
born at Mel- of Francis John Helyar of 1 1 Royal born 1 April 
ton Hall on Crescent, Bath, co. Somerset, by 1889 ; marr. 
Friday, 1 3 May the Hon ble Ursula Georgiana his at Winchester, 
1887 ; marr. at wife, 2nd dau. of William Wells, co. Hants, 21 
Hethersett on 3rd Viscount Sidmouth) ; born 18 Novemberi9i4. 
Wednesday, 4 November 1879; 2nd Lieutenant 
October 191 1. Rifle Brigade 20 December 1899, 

Lieutenant 5 December 1901, 

Captain 30 May 1905 ; served in 

South African War 1902 (Queen's 

medal with clasp) ; in East Africa 

1903, at operations in Somaliland 

(medal with clasp) ; killed in action 

in Flanders 26 January 1915. 



Major Alexander Francis Evans Lombe of 40 Elm Park Gardens, 1 
Chelsea; born at Melton Hall on Sunday, 7 August 1864, bapt. 
at Melton ; educated at Eton and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; entered the Army as Lieutenant Oxfordshire Light 
Infantry 7 February, transferred to Highland Light Infantry 
25 February 1885, Captain 14 November 1892, District 
Inspector of Musketry, North-West District, 28 August 1900; 
Major 4 November 1903, retired 5 October 1904; J. P. for 
co. Norfolk 1907. 



Edward Malcolm Evans Lombe, born at 
Chester 15 October 1901, bapt. there. 



=Blanche Margaret Fleming, 
2nd dau. of William Charles 
Stewart Fleming Hamilton of 
Craiglaw, co. Wigton, J. P. 
and D.L., by Margaret Anne 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Jones of Hinton 
Charterhouse, co. Somerset ; 
marr. in London 22 January 
1901. 



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Mary Ellen, elder dau.= 
of the Rev. John Tho- 
mas Fenwick, Rector 
and Patron of North- 
field, co. Worcester, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Thornewill of 
Dove Cliff, co. Stafford ; 
marr. at Egginton, co. 
Derby, 17 June 1852; 
died on Tuesday, 8 
October 1878. 1st 
wife. 



=Rev. Edward Lombe of Westoe, Torquay, co.= 
Devon ; of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1846; Curate of All Saints', Northampton, 
of Eriswell, co. Suffolk, of St. Stephen's, Norwich, 
1851-56, and Vicar until 1862, Rector of Lyng, 
co. Norfolk, 1862, and of S wanton Morley with 
Worthing, co. Norfolk, 1863, Rural Dean of South 
Brisley 1884-93 > Life Governor of the Church 
Missionary Society; died at Westoe, Torquay, aged 
85, on Thursday, 12 August 1909, bur. in the 
cemetery at Torquay. Will dated 24 April 1902, 
with codicil dated 1 1 November 1908, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1832, 1909) 22 December 1909, by Mary 
Isabella Lombe, relict. 



=Mary Isabella, only 
dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Watson 
Fox of the Church 
Missionary Society 
at Masulipatam, 
Madras, India ; 
married at St. 
Nicholas', Dur- 
ham, on Tuesday, 
i3Decemben887. 
2nd wife. 



Lieut-Colonel Ralph Henry Fenwick Lombe of Grafton Regis,= 
Stony Stratford, co. Buckingham ; born at Norwich 28 July 1854, 
bapt. there ; educated at Repton and at Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1874 ; Lieutenant 
9th Foot n September 1876, Captain 21 July 1882, Major 2 
March 1892, retired 22 September 1897 ; of the Reserve of 
Officers 2 March 1902 ; served in Jowaki Expedition 1877-78 
(medal with clasp); in Afghan War 1879-80, in operations 
around Jugdulluk, advance to the relief of Sherpur, affair at 
Saidabad (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 4 May 
1880, medal with clasp) ; in Burmese Expedition 1887-89, at 
operations in the Chin Hills (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 15 November 1889); in Chin Lushai 
Expedition 1889-90 (clasp), and in operations in Chitral 1895, 
with relief force (mentioned 
in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 15 November 
1895, medal with clasp) ; 
promoted Lieut.- Colonel 
(temporary) 28 October 
1 9 14, to command Depot 
Norfolk Regiment. 



fluJLfl JlAlJr-{ 



=Aurea Otway, 
daughter of 
Major Henry 
Otway Mayne 
of Mayne's 
Horse ; marr. 
atWarsop,co. 
Nottingham, 
on Wednes- 
day, 22 Sep- 
tember 1897. 
She married 
istly, James 
Fane Alexan- 
der, Captain 
1 7 th Lancers, 
who died 31 
January 1 89 1. 



Ellen Sophia 
Vertue, born 
at Norwich 
16 January 
1856, bapt. 
there. 



Sir Edward Berkeley Mansel, Baronet (eldest=Julia Vertue,= 
son of Major Courtenay Mansel of Coedgain, of Catton 
co. Carmarthen, and of Lingfield, co. Surrey) ; House, co. 
bom 2 February 1839; joined the 86th Foot Norfolk; born 
17 June 1859, Captain 15th Hussars 11 at North 
December 1866, afterwards of the 6th Walsham, co. 
Inniskilling Dragoons; Lieut.-Colonel (Hon. Norfolk. 
Colonel) 1st Volunteer Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment ; marr. at St. George's Hanover 
Square, London, on Saturday, 7 May 1870; 
assumed the Baronetcy in 1903, as 10th 
Baronet, in direct succession to Sir John 
Bell William Mansel, 9th Baronet : died 
at Catton House, co. Norfolk, aged 68, 
on Wednesday, 8 January, bur. at Catton 
11 January 1908. 1st husband. 



=Rev. Stanley Swinburne (eldest 
son of the Rev. James Swin- 
burne, Vicar of East Barnet, 
co. Hertford); born in 1847; 
of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 1864, 
B.A. 1867, M.A. 1883; Curate- 
in-Charge of St. Margaret's, 
Holyhood, Prestwich, 1871-85, 
Vicar 1885-91, Rector of St. 
John's, Higher Broughton, 1891 
-96, and of Radcliffe 1896-1912, 
all co. Lancaster, Hon. Canon of 
Manchester 1908-14; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 16 
October 191 2. 2nd husband. 



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Charles Evans-Lombe, born=j=Josephine, 4th dau. of Joseph Hall of Castleton Hall, co. Derby, 



at Lyng, co. Norfolk ; died 
at Chateau Val Marie, San 
Jouan, Des-Guerets, Cotes 
du Nord, France, aged 47, 
x March 1874, bur. at Dinan, 
France. 



by Hannah his wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Brown, Rector 
of Tideswell, co. Derby ; marr. at Castleton, by the Rev. Henry 
Evans (afterwards Lombe), on Wednesday, 14 June 1854 ; died 
at Gosport, co. Hants, aged 63, on Friday, n May 1888, bur. 
at Alverstoke, co. Hants. 



Lieut.-Colonel James Cecil Balfour Craster (son of Lieut. -Colonel 
James Thomas Craster, 38th Foot, by Emmeline Annie Bradby 
his wife, youngest dau. of James Ede of Ridgeway Castle, 
Southampton, co. Hants), born at 18 Russell Square, Bath, 
co. Somerset, on Friday, 14 July 1854 ; Lieutenant Bedfordshire 
Regiment 20 November 1875, of the Bengal Staff Corps n 
November 1882, Captain Indian Staff Corps 1887, Major 1895, 
Lieut.-Colonel 20 November 1901, retired 13 February 1902; 
served in Afghan War 1878-80 (medal with clasp), and in Burmese 
Expedition 1887-88 (medal with clasp). 



=Georgina Mabel Josephine, 
born at 2 Lower Grosvenor 
Place, Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 25 April 
1856, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square ; marr. at 
Titchmarsh, co. Northamp- 
ton, on Wednesday, 16 July 
1890. 



Charles Paget Hooker of Dollarward House, Cirencester, co. Gloucester^ 
(2nd son of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, O.M., G.C.S.I., C.B., M.D., 
F.R.S., Director of Royal Gardens, Kew, co. Surrey, by Frances 
Harriet his 1st wife, dau. of the Rev. John Stevens Henslow, Professor 
of Botany in University of Cambridge, and Rector of Hitcham, co. 
Suffolk); born at Richmond, co. Surrey, on Monday, 16 July 1855; 
educated at Edinburgh University, a Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin. and L.M. 1879 ; 
F. R. Met. Soc. 



=Sophie Hase, born 19 
August 1857, bapt. at 
Norwood, co. Surrey; 
marr. at Morton, co. 
Norfolk (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Edward 
Lombe), on Wednes- 
day, 9 September 
1885. 



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Rev. Canon Hugh Humphrys of Vicarsfield, Knocktopher, co. Kilkenny (son=j=Louisa Char 
of William Humphrys of Ballyhaise House, Cavan, by Maria Clarissa his 2nd j lotte Catherine, 
wife, dau. of Hugh Moore of Eglantine House, co. Down) ; born 10 November 
1838; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1856, 
B.A. i860; Cornet 15th Hussars 9 March i860, Lieutenant 1861, Captain 
9 March 1866 ; Hon. Major (retired) Cavan Militia; took holy orders 1885 ; 
Rector of Eccles-next-the-Sea, co. Norfolk, 1886 : Incumbent of Knock- 
topher 1892 ; Canon of Mayne in St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, 1899 ; 
Rural Dean of Thomastown. 



marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 
on Thursday, 29 
April 1875. 



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George Duckett Berney of Morton Hall, co. Norfolk (eldest= 
son of Thomas Trench Berney of Morton Hall and of Bracon 
Ash, co. Norfolk, J. P., High Sheriff 1813, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Penrice of Great Yarmouth and of Wilton House, 
co. Norfolk); born 21 April 1813 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk, High Sheriff 1881 ; died at Morton Hall, aged 74, on 
Tuesday, 13 December 1887, bur. in Morton Church. Will 
dated 13 June 1882, with codicil dated 15 April 1885, proved 
at Norwich 18 April 1888, by Catherine Mary Berney, relict, 
Susanna Berney, spinster, sister, John Carlen Heath and Thomas 
Calthorpe Blofeld. 



'Catherine Mary, born at 
North Tuddenham, co. Nor- 
folk, 2 8 December 1829, bapt; 
there ; marr. at Bylaugh, co< 
Norfolk (by her brother, the 
Rev. Edward Lombe), 15 
September 1864; died at 
Morton Hall on Saturday, 
1 August, bur. at Morton 
on Wednesday, 5 August 
1914. 



John Carlen Heath (3rd son of Henry Fearon Heath of Westoe,= 
co. Durham) ; born at Westoe ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1837, M.A. r84r, Fellow; of the Inner Temple, called to 
the Bar 19 November 1843; died at 11 Westbourne Crescent, 
London, aged 79, on Saturday, 28 June 1890, bur. at Swanton 
Morley, co. Norfolk. Will dated 27 March 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 692, 90) 25 July 1890, by Mary Jane Heath, relict, 
Cleveland Masterman, nephew, Catherine Mary Berney, widow, 
and Edward Heath Everett, great-nephew. 



=Mary Jane, of n West- 
bourne Crescent, Hyde Park, 
London ; bom at North 
Tuddenham, bapt. there ; 
marr. at Lyng, co. Norfolk 
(by her brother, the Rev. 
Edward Evans), on Tuesday, 
1 October 1861. 



Colonel Shadwell John Murray (son of Edward Francis Murray,=j= 
M. Inst. C.E., by Emily his wife, eldest dau. of Henry Smith 
Boulderson, and widow of Henry Brereton, both of the Bengal 
Civil Service); born 26 August 1867; 2nd Lieutenant Connaught 
Rangers 11 February 1888, Lieutenant 1889, Captain 1894, 
Major 1906, Lieut.- Colonel n September 1914; serving in 
European War ; Colonel by brevet (for distinguished service in 
the field) 3 June 19 16. 



Mary Shedden, born at 
Maiden, co. Surrey, 19 Au- 
gust 1859, bapt. at Clapton, 
co. Northampton ; marr. at 
the Abbey Church, Ciren- 
cester, co. Gloucester, on 
Tuesday, 18 September 
1894. 



Edward Knight of Keswick Old Hall, formerly of Holt Lodge,=|=Mary Augusta Repps, 



Holt, both co. Norfolk (only son of Wyndham William Knight 
of Bilting House, co. Kent, J.P., by Henrietta Frances his wife, 
dau. of Lieut.- Colonel Armstrong); born in 1852; J.P. for co. 
Norfolk 1898. 



marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 
on Thursday, 20 April 
1882. 



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89 



Lieut.- Colonel Charles Spencer Brown Evans-Lombe of Seaview,= 
Buncrana, co. Donegal; born at Maldon, co. Surrey, 29 May 
1 86 1 ; educated at Cheltenham College; Lieutenant Leinster 
Regiment 19 December 1883, Captain 1890 (Adjutant Bermuda 
Volunteers 1 November 1894 to 30 April 1900), Major 1900, 
Lieut.- Colonel 13 August 1908, retired 13 August 1912 ; served in 
South African War, at operations in the Transvaal March to 31 
May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony February to March 1902 
(Queen's medal with four clasps) ; Assistant Embarkation Com- 
mandant at Belfast 4 August 1914, and at Southampton 3 
September 1914. 



Lilian Marian, dau. of 
the Rev. Michael James 
Anderson, Rector of 
Hockering, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Hockering 1 1 
April 1870 ; married 
there 1 June 1892 ; 
died at Seaview, Bun- 
crana, on Sunday, t8 
May, bur. at Buncrana 
23 May 1913. 



Thomas Brian Ashton Aileen Mary, born at 4 John Michael Evans- 

Evans-Lombe, born at Sea Lawn Terrace, Daw- Lombe, born at Bermuda 

Hale, co. Surrey, 18 July lish, co. Devon, on Sunday, 7 April 1896, bapt. at Paget 

1893, bapt. there. 5 August 1894. Church, Bermuda. 



Henry Joseph Buxton Evans-Lombe=y*Georgina Anne, dau. of Walter G. Baylor of Chetopa, 



of Edna, Labette Co., Kansas, U.S.A.; 
born at Dinan, Cotes du Nord, France, 
11 May 1864, bapt. there. 



Labette Co., Kansas, by Harvinia his wife, dau. of James 
Dodd ; born at Ekton, Kentucky, in 1862; bapt. at 
Chetopa in 1879 ; marr. there 26 September 1889. 



Charles Warner Evans-Lombe, James Henry Evans-Lombe, May Josephine, born at 
born at Edna 17 December 1890. born at Edna 1 April 1893. Edna 15 October 1895. 



Robert Gwynn Evans-Lombe, Walter Baylor Evans-Lombe, Arthur Glen Evans-Lombe, 
born at Edna 15 May 1897. born at Edna 28 September born at Edna 4 April 1902. 

1900. 



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3facfc0on. 



Rev. James Leonard Jackson (younger son of Robert Jackson= 
of Mark Lane, London, by Elizabeth his wife, only dau. 
of Samuel Hustler, Alderman of Bury St. Edmunds) ; born 
in Mark Lane, London, 9 May, bapt. at Allhallows' 
Barking, Great Tower Street, London, 13 June 1777; of 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. 1799, M.A. 1802 ; 
Curate of Chislehurst, co. Kent, 1805-1806, and of Chipping 
Ongar, co. Essex, 1806-1808 ; Rector of Turnerspuddle 23 
May 1809 to 1824, Vicar of Affpuddle 24 July 1809 to 1824, 
Rector of Buckland Ripers 18 October, and of Moreton n 
November 18 13 to 1841, of Church Knowle 12 November 
1833, and of Swanage 1841-53, all co. Dorset; died at 
Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, 10 December, bur. at Radipole, 
co. Dorset, 15 December 1854. Memorial Tablet in Swanage 
Church. Will dated 
19 July 1854, proved 

(P.C.C.) 17 January JP^T / A, ^_ 

1855, by Robert /f J ^^t^iC^r*^ 

Jackson, son. 




=Louisa Decima Hyde, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. Francis Wollaston, 
Rector of Chislehurst, co. Kent, 
by Althea his wife, dau. of John 
Hyde of Charterhouse Square, 
London; born 6 December 1778; 
marr. at Chislehurst 4 February 
1806; died at Melcombe Regis 17 
March 1854, bur. in the catacombs 
of Holy Trinity, Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, the remains being subse- 
quently removed to the churchyard 
at Radipole 15 December following. 
Memorial Tablet in Swanage Church. 

(See Pedigree of Wollaston^ "Notes" 
to the " Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. X., page 89). 



Francis Jackson, M.D., of Dorchester, co. Dorset ;= 
born 1 April, bapt. at Chipping Ongar 3 May 
1807 ; educated at Winchester and at Clare College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832 ; M.D. 1835 ; 
Consulting Physician to Dorset County Hospital ; 
died 14 November, bur. at St. Peter's, Dorchester, 
22 November 1850. Will dated 23 March 1849, 
proved (P.C.C.) 2 January 1851, by Robert Jack- 
son, brother, and Edward Turner, brother-in-law. 




=Mary Beadon, dau. of 
Edward Turner of 
Sherborne, co. Dor- 
set ; born 7 March 
1818 ; marr. at Sher- 
borne 29 August 1839; 
died 3 April 1877, bur. 
at Stinsford, co. Dorset. 
She married 2ndly, 3 
September 1853, the 
Rev. Arthur George 
Sewallis Shirley, Vicar 
of Stinsford. 



Louisa, born 3 April, 
bapt. at Chipping Ongar 
4 May 1808; died un- 
married at 7 Gloucester 
Row, Weymouth, 1 4 Octo- 
ber 1886, bur. at Radipole. 
Will dated 3 November 
1862, with codicil dated 
1 July 1886, proved at 
Blandford 4 November 
1886, by Robert Jackson, 
brother, and Francis 
James Stuart, nephew. 



Rev. Edmund Luttrell= 
Stuart (4th son of the 
Hon ble Archibald Stuart 
of Blandford, co. Dorset 
[twin brother of Francis, 
10th Earl of Moray, 
K.T.], by Cornelia his 
wife, youngest dau. of 
Edmund Morton Pleydell 
of Milbome St. Andrew, 
co. Dorset) ; born at 
Blandford 2 1 February 
1798, bapt. there; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 February 
1818, B.A. 1822; Rector 
of Winterbourne Hough- 
ton, co. Dorset, 6 Decem- 
ber 1823 to 1858 ; died 
at Blandford 5 November 
1869, bur. at Milbome 
St. Andrew. /^ 



•Elizabeth, born 
20 September, 
bapt. at Aff- 
puddle 27 De- 
cember 1809 ; 
marr. at Church 
Knowle 2 Sep- 
tember 1834 ; 
died at Bland- 
ford 28 March 
1885, bur. at 
Milbome St. 
Andrew. 



Robert Jackson, M.D., of 32= 
Holywell Street, Oxford ; born 
26 December 18 10, bapt. at 
Affpuddle 13 January 181 1 ; edu- 
cated at Winchester and at New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 
January 1830, Fellow 1830-48, 
B.C.L. 1838, M.B. 1839, M.D. 
1843, Bursar 1844, Sub -Warden 
1845 ; died at 32 Holywell 
Street, Oxford, 24 September 
1887, bur. in the cloisters of New 
College, Oxford. Will dated 14 
May 1880, proved at Oxford 19 
October 1887, by William Wyke- 
hamHolloway, brother-in-law, and 
Francis Benjamin Jackson, son. 




=Margaret Eliza, dau. 
of Benjamin Hollo- 
way of Lee Place, 
Charlbury, co. Ox- 
ford, by Georgiana 
his wife, daughter 
of General Thomas 
Roberts ; born 9 
July 1819 ; marr. at 
Charlbury 3 August 
1 84 7 ; died at Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, 3 
March 1889, bur. in 
the cloisters of New 
College, Oxford. 



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Ven ble Robert Hindes Groome, Archdeacon of Suffolk (younger son= 
of the Rev. John Hindes Groome, Rector of Earl Soham and Monk 
Soham, co. Suffolk, by Mary his wife, dau. of William Burcham of 
Cornhill, London) ; born at Framlingham, co. Suffolk, 18 January 1810, 
bapt. there next day ; of Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 7 July 
1828; B.A. 1832, M.A. 1836; Curate of Tannington with Brundish, 
co. Suffolk, 1833-39, of Corfe Castle, co. Dorset, 1839-44 ; succeeded 
his father as Rector of Monk Soham 1845 ; Hon. Canon of Norwich 
1858, and Archdeacon of Suffolk 1869-87 ; Mayor of Corfe Castle 
1839-40; died at Monk Soham 19 March, bur. there 23 March 
1889. M.I. Will dated 25 November 1886, proved in the Principal 
Registry 10 April 1889, by William Wollaston Groome and John 
Charles Groome, sons. /f\ 



=Mary, born 14 February, 
bapt. at Affpuddle, co. 
Dorset, 14 March 1815 ; 
marr. at Swanage, co. 
Dorset, 1 February 1843 ; 
died at the ManorHouse, 
Pakenham,co.Suffolk, 20 
December, bur. at Monk 
Soham 23 December 
'893- 



(See Pedigree of Groome, Vol. 5, page 22). 



Margaret Georgiana, born 
17 June, bapt. at Holywell 
Church, Oxford, 3 August 
1 848, died 4 May following, 
bur. in the cloisters of New 
College, Oxford. 



Fleming Augustus O'Brien Bedingfeld^Mary Louisa, born 



(younger son of Philip Bedingfeld, LL.D., 
of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk, by Adelaide 
Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. Edgar 
Rust d'Eye of Abbot's Hall, co. Suffolk) ; 
born at Kintley, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 
16 August 1862. 



7 June, bapt. at Holy- 
well Church, Oxford, 
23 July 1854 ; marr. 
at Brentwood, co. 
Essex, 29 April 1896. 



Major Francis Benjamin Jackson of Wonston,=j=Mabel, younger dau. of James Courtney 



Crowborough, co. Sussex ; born 5 December 1858, 
bapt. at Charlbury, co. Oxford, 3 February 1859 ; 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 9 October 1877, Captain 
25 February 1886, Major 27 February 1896, retired 
10 May 1899; served in Afghan War 1879-80 
(medal). 



Haigh of St. Kevin's, Harrogate, co. 
York, by Ellen R. his wife, dau. of 
Alfred Denby of Harrogate ; born 15 
October 1881 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Leamington, co. Warwick, 26 
April 1906. 



Joan, born 28 February 1907, Mabel Althea, born at Burlinghame, Wotton- 
died at Leamington 21 April under-Edge, co. Gloucester, 11 October 1908, 
following, bur. there. bapt. at Wotton-under-Edge. 



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Cennpson^B'Cptuourt of 
Papons jAJlanor, co* Itmoltu 



Rt. Hon ble Charles Tennyson-D'Eyncourt= 
of Bayons Manor, co. Lincoln, 2nd 
son of George Tennyson of Bayons 
Manor and of Usselby House, both co. 
Lincoln, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir 
of John Turner of Caistor, co. Lincoln 
(see Pedigree of Tennyson, Vol. 14, 
page 92) ; bapt. at Market Rasen, co. 
Lincoln, 20 July 1784 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1805, M.A. 
18 18 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 21 November 1806; M.P. for 
Grimsby 17 June 1818 to June 1826, for 
Bletchingley 7 June 1826 to 23 April 
1831, for Stamford 3 May 1831, and for 
Lambeth 12 December 1832 to July 
1852 ; Clerk of the Ordnance 30 De- 
cember 1830 to February 1832 ; Privy 
Councillor 6 February 1832 ; F.S.A., 
F.R.S. 19 February 1829; High Steward 
of Louth; J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln ; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 30 
July 1835, the surname and arms of 
D'Eyncourt in addition to that of 
Tennyson ; Author of " Observations on 
the Proceedings against the Queen " (3rd 
edition), 1821, and "Eustace, an Elegy," 
185 1 ; died, aged 77, at 8 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London, on Sunday, 21 July 1861. Will dated 8 December 
1848, with seven codicils dated 24 February 1853 to 9 May 1861, proved at 
Lincoln n October 1861, by George Hildeyard Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, son. 



Anns on record in the College of Anns. — ■ 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Azure a fesse 
dancettee between ten billets four and six 
or, D'Eyncourt ; 2nd and 3rd, Gules 
three leopards' faces or jessant-de-lis azure 
over all a bend of the last, Tennyson. 

Crests. — 1, A lion passant guardant 
argent on the head a crown of fleur-de-lis 
or the dexter forepaw supporting a shield 
charged with the arms of D'Eyncourt ; 
2, A dexter arm in armour the hand in a 
gauntlet or grasping a broken tilting-spear 
enfiled with a garland of laurel proper, 
Tennyson. 

Mottoes. — 1, En avant (D'Eyncourt) ; 
2, Nil temere (Tennyson). 



(For earlier Pedigree see 



1 Notes " to " Visitation of England and Wales,' 
Vol. II, page 99.) 



=Frances Mary, only 
child and heir of 
the Rev. John 
Hutton of Morton, 
co. Lincoln, by 
Mary his wife, only 
child of Francis 
Stones of Gains- 
borough, co. Lin- 
coln, Surgeon ; 
married at Gains- 
borough 1 January 
1808 ; died, aged 
90, at 131 Ebury 
Street, Pimlico, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 26 January 
■1 8 7 8. Will dated 1 8 
March 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 118, 
78) 16 February 
1878, by Louis 
Charles Tennyson 
D'Eyncourt, son. 



George Hildeyard Tennyson- 
D'Eyncourt, C.M.G., of Bayons 
Manor and of Usselby House ; 
born at Caenby Hall, co. Lincoln, 
10 July 1809, bapt. at Caenby; 
educated at Westminster School 
(admitted 9 October 1820) and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted pensioner 3 July 1828 ; 
of the Ionian Islands Civil Service ; 
Registrar of the Order of St. 
Michael and St. George 12 No- 
vember 1832 to April 1839 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln ; died 
at Bayons Manor 23 February 
187 1. Will dated 22 November 
1 86 1, proved at Lincoln 12 
May 187 1, by Admiral Edwin 
Clayton Tennyson-D'Eyncourt. 



Julia Frances, became a nun at 
Princethorpe, Rugby, co. Warwick, 
in November 1852 ; died there 27 
March 1879. 



Admiral Edwin Clayton Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, ■ 
C.B., of Bayons Manor and of Usselby House ; 
born at Caenby Hall 4 July 1813 ; admitted to 
Westminster School 29 March 1824, and to 
the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 3 August 
1826; entered the Royal Navy as ist-class 
Volunteer 5 July 1828, Sub -Lieutenant 1832, 
Lieutenant 1837, Commander 1841, Captain 
1849, Rear-Admiral 1866, retired 1 April 1870, 
Vice-Admiral 1873, Admiral 21 March 1878; 
served in China War, wounded at the taking 
of the Bocca Tigris Forts in 1841 ; served in 
the Baltic during the Crimean War 1854-56, 
and commanded a division of ships at the 
entrance of the Gulf of Finland 1855 '> C.B. 
1873 ; transferred Bayons Manor and Usselby 
Estates to his brother Louis in 1889 ; died, 
aged 89, at 56 Warwick Square, Pimlico, 
London, 14 January, bur. at Tealby, co. 
Lincoln, 20 January 1903. Will dated 1 
March 1897, with codicil dated 19 June 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 162, 1903) 27 February 
1903, by John Davies Davenport and Alfred 
Henry Tarleton. 

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=Lady Henrietta 
(Pelham-Clinton), 
youngest dau. of 
Henry, 4th Duke 
of Newcastle, 
K.G., by Georgi- 
ana Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
Edward Miller 
Mundy of Shipley, 
co. Derby ; born 
at Clumber Park, 
Tuxford, co. Not- 
tingham, 29 Au- 
gust 1 81 9 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 
London, 1 March 
1859 ; died at 
Llanfairfechan, co. 
Carnarvon, 19 Au- 
gust, bur. at Tealby 
23 August 1890. 



Louis Charles Tennyson-D'Eyncourt of Bayons Manor and of= 
Usselby House, co. Lincoln ; born at Caenby Hall, co. Lincoln, 
2 3 J u 'y x 8i4J educated at Westminster School, admitted 20 
September 1826, and at King's College, London ; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted 4 June 1833, called to the Bar 1 May 1840 ; 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate, Worship Street, August 1851- 
60, Clerkenwell 1860-66, Marylebone 1866-77, ar >d West- 
minster 1877 to September 1890; J. P. for co. Lincoln 
(Lindsey division); died, aged 82, at 21 Chesham Place, 
Belgrave Square, London, on Friday, 11 December 1896, 
bur. at Tealby, co. Lincoln. Will dated 4 May 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 528, 97) 18 May 1897, by Sophia Tennyson- 
D'Eyncourt, relict, and Edmund Charles Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, 
son. 



=Sophia, youngest dau. and 
coheir of John Ashton Yates 
of Dinglehead, co. Lancaster, 
M.P. for Carlow, by P'rances 
Mary his wife, dau. of the 
Very Rev. Verney Lovett, 
D.D., Dean of Lismore ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 
31 August 1852 ; died, aged 
72, at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
on Whit-Sunday, 3 June, bur. 
at Tealby on Thursday, 7 June 
1900. 



Alice Julia, born 
at 33 Bryanston 
Square, London, 
on Thursday, 17 
November 1853 ; 
died, aged 19, 
at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sus- 
sex, on Saturday, 
25 October 1873. 



Edmund Charles Tennyson-D'Eyncourt of= 
Bayons Manor, co. Lincoln, and of 31 Corn- 
wall Gardens, Kensington, London ; born at 33 
Bryanston Square, London, on Sunday, 1 1 
February 1855 ; educated at Eton and at 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 16 
October 1874, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882 ; of the 
Inner Temple, called to the Bar 1 1 May 
1 88 1 ; Metropolitan Police Magistrate North 
London January 1897-98, Greenwich and 
Woolwich 1898-1901, and Clerkenwell 
1901 ; J. P. for the six home counties and 
for co. Lincoln (Lindsey division) ; Captain 
Lincolnshire Imperial Yeomanry 7 May 1902. 



^Charlotte Ruth, only child 
of Sir Augustus Frederick 
Godson of Westwood Park, 
co. Worcester, M.P. for 
Kidderminster, by Jane 
Charlotte his wife, youngest 
dau. of Edmund Boughton 
of Stoke, near Coventry, co. 
Warwick ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex (by her cousin, the Rev. 
Arthur Richard Godson), on 
Wednesday, 20 July 1892. 



Dorothy Ruth, Sir Thomas Raikes Lovett Thompson of Hartsbourne, co.= 

born at 31 Corn- Hertford, Baronet ; born at Inverness Gardens, Kensing- 

wall Gardens, ton, 12 May 1881 ; educated at Rugby; 2nd Lieutenant 

Kensington, on Royal Engineers 22 November 1899, Lieutenant 1 August 

Thursday, 28 1902, Captain 22 November 1908, transferred to 7th 

September 1893. Hussars 18 February 1914, Brigade-Major 29 July 1915 ; 

served in South African War 1901, at operations in Cape 

Colony April 1901 to 31 May 1902 (Queen's medal with 

three clasps) ; General Staff Officer (2nd-grade) 1916 ; 

succeeded his father, Sir Thomas Raikes Thompson, as 

4th Baronet 4 September 1904. 



=Millicent Ellen 
Jean, born at 31 
Cornwall Gardens, 
Kensington, on 
Wednesday, 1 9 
December 1894 ; 
marr. at Tealby 
on Tuesday, 1 7 
March 19 14. 



Commander Alfred Henry Tarleton, M.V.O., of Breakspears, Uxbridge,=j=Henrietta Charlotte 
co. Middlesex, and of 55 Prince's Gate, South Kensington, London ; (Lady of Grace of 



(only son of Admiral Sir John Walter Tarleton, K.C.B., by Finetta Esther 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Thomas Robert, 4th Baron Dimsdale, of 
Camfield, co. Hertford) ; born at 24 Kildare Terrace, Westbourne Park, 
London, on Friday, 16 May 1862 ; entered the Royal Navy in January 
1874, Midshipman 21 June 1877, Sub-Lieutenant 22 June t88i, 
Lieutenant 31 December 1884, retired in 1888, Commander (Emergency 
List) 19 13 ; Order of Mercy 1902 ; M.V.O. (4th-class) 10 February 
1904; a Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England ; Hon. Equerry to H.R.H. the Duchess of Albany 
1910; J. P. and D.L. for co. Middlesex, High Sheriff 1903; Lord of 
the Manor of Cranfield, co. Bedford. /f\ 



the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in 
England) ; born at 27 
Warwick Square, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 10 
June 1864; marr. at 
St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, on Wednes- 
day, 8 February 1 888. 



(For issue see Pedigree of Tarleton, page 119.) 



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Eustace Alexander Tennyson -D'Eyncourt, born 24 March 18 16 ; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted 14 January 1828 ; entered the Army as Ensign 46th Foot 19 September 
1834, Lieutenant 29 January 1836, Captain 31 December 1839; died, aged 25, at Barbadoes, 
West Indies, on Tuesday, 8 March 1842. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 25 
March 1879, to Edwin Clayton Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, Admiral. 



Emma Frances Ashton Lovett Tennyson-D'Eyncourt of Calgary, Canada ; born at Hadley 

Mary, born at House, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 14 December i860; educated at Charter- 

33 Bryanston house (1874-77) and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 31 

Square.London, January 1879 ; appointed Lieutenant 1st Battalion (Princess Charlotte of 

on Friday, 10 Wales') Royal Berkshire Regiment 22 October 1881, Captain 1887, retired 

April 1857. 1892; served throughout the Egyptian War 1882, and was present at the 
surrender of Kafr Dowar (medal and Khedive's star). 



Herbert Edward Phillips of Caversfield House, co. Oxford (younger son ; 
of Charles John Phillips of The Cedars, Mortlake, co. Surrey) ; born at 
The Cedars, Mortlake, on Monday, 14 January 1861, bapt. at Mortlake ; 
educated at Harrow (admitted Christmas 1874) and at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1879, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1886 ; J.P. for 
co. Oxford 1897 ; died, aged 43, at Malvern, co. Worcester, on Wednesday, 
9 November, bur. at Caversfield on Monday, 14 November 1904. Will 
dated 28 July 1891, with codicil dated 14 July 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 
256, 1905) 8 February 1905, by Henrietta Clara Eliza Tennyson Phillips, 
relict, and Charles James Phillips, brother. 



=j=Henrietta Clara Eliza 
Tennyson, born at 
Hadley House on 
Monday, 7 December 
1863 ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, on Tuesday, 
28 July 1891. 

A 



Sir Eustace Henry William Tennyson -D'Eyncourt,=j=Janet Watson, eldest dau. of Matthew 



K.C.B., of Birney Hill, Ponteland, co. Northumber- 
land, and of 73 Cadogan Square, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex ; born at Hadley House on Wednesday, 1 April 
1868 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1882, and at 
the Royal Naval College, Greenwich ; Naval Architect 
at Fairfield (1898-1902), afterwards at Elswick ; 
Director of Naval Construction, Admiralty, 191 2 ; Vice- 
President of Institution of Naval Architects, Royal Corps 
of Naval Constructors ; 3rd-class Medjidieh for reporting 
on ships of Turkish Fleet 1900; C.B. 3 June 1915, 
K.C.B. 1 January 1917. 



Watson Finlay of Middlesborough, 
Langside, near Glasgow ; marr. at St. 
John -the -Evangelist's, Glasgow, on 
Wednesday, 20 July 1898; died at 
Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, 18 
December 1909, bur. at Ponteland, 
co. Northumberland, on Wednesday, 
19 January 19 10. She married istly 
John Burns. 



Cecily Lovett, born at The Cottage, 
Cardross, co. Dumbarton, on Mon- 
day, 21 August 1899, bapt. at the 
Episcopal Church, Dumbarton. 



Eustace Gervais Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, born 
at The Cottage, Cardross, on Sunday, 19 
January 1902, bapt. at the Episcopal Church, 
Dumbarton. 



Helena Catherine Sophia, born at 
31 Cornwall Gardens, Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 24 June 
1896. 



Alfred Edmund Clayton Tennyson-D'Eyncourt (twin 
with Walter Louis Frederick), born at Farmfield, 
Charlwood, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 25 April 1899 ; 
educated at Eton. 



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William Henry Tenny- 
son, born 29 August, 
died 5 September 
1819. 



John Hinde Palmer, Q.C. (only son of Samuel Palmer=Clara Maria, 
of Dulwich Common, co. Surrey, and of Lough- married at 
worthy, co. Devon) ; of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at- BayonsManor, 
Law 24 January 1832, Bencher 16 June 1869 ; Q.C. co. Lincoln, 
10 June 1859 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Surrey; M.P. for on Thursday, 
Lincoln 16 November 1868 to 26 January 1874; 10 May 1849; 
died, aged 75, at 11 St. George's Square, Pimlico, died in 1863. 
London, 2 June 1884. Will dated 20 December 
1880, with codicil dated 21 December 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 504, 84) 17 June 1884, by Louis Charles 
.Tennyson-D'Eyncourt and Edward Madge Hore. 



Henry Mill Bunbury of Marlston House, co. Berks (only= 
son of Benjamin Bunbury of Marlston House, by Anne 
his wife, daughter and coheir of Henry Cowling of 
Richmond, co. York) ; bapt. at Chieveley, co. Berks ; 
educated at Winchester and at Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 29 May 1827, B.A. 1831 ; J. P. and D.L. 
for co. Berks, High Sheriff 1842 ; died, aged 77, at 
Marlston House, on Monday, 27 December 1886. Will 
dated 15 August 1878, with three codicils dated 16 June 
1880, 9 February 1885, and 4 March 1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 190, 87) n March 1887, by William George Mount 
and Edward Wollaston Knocker. He married istly 27 
February 1833, his cousin, Mary Diana, only daughter 
of Colonel Hamilton Welch Bunbury of Cranavonane, 
co. Carlow ; she died, aged 52, 1 March 1862. 



I 
=EUen Elizabeth, married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 13 Feb- 
ruary 1866; died at 60 Eaton 
Square, London, on Monday, 12 
February 1900. Will dated 1 
March 1899, with two codicils 
dated 4 March 1899 and 2 Feb- 
ruary 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
564, 1900) 19 April 1900, by 
Edmund Charles Tennyson- 
D'Eyncourt, Eustace Henry 
William Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, 
nephews, and John Da vies 
Davenport. 2nd wife. 



Walter Louis Frederick Tennyson-D'Eyncourt Ralph Eustace Lovett Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, 

(twin with Alfred Edmund Clayton), born at born at 31 Cornwall Gardens, Kensington, 

Farmfield, Charlwood, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, London, on Sunday, 21 February 1904. 
25 April 1899; educated at Eton. 



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JFtrrt). 



Thomas Firth of 28 Hanover=j=Mary, dau. of John 



Street, Ecclesall Bierlow, 
Sheffield, co. York (2nd son 
of John Firth, by his wife, 
Mary Moorhouse of Sheffield); 
born at Pontefract, co. York, 
17 February, bapt. at the 
parish church, Sheffield, 15 
March 1789; died 15 No- 
vember, bur. at St. Philip's, 
Sheffield, 19 November 1850. 
M.I. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Or on a pile gules between two battle-axes erect 
in base sable a lion rampant of the field. 

Crest. — On a mount vert in front of a demi- 
lion rampant or two battle-axes saltire sable. 

Motto. — Deo non fortuna. 



Loxley of Wadsley, 
near Sheffield, by 
Catherine his wife ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 19 
February 1 8 1 6 ; died, 
aged 82, 29 June, 
bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Sheffield, 
3 July 1876. M.I. 



I 
Sarah Bingham=j=Mark Firth of Oakbrook,= 



Taylor, born at 
Sheffield in 

1818; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Sheffield, 15 Sep- 
tember 1 84 1 ; 
died 3 May 1855, 
bur. in the 
General Ceme- 
tery, Sheffield. 
M.I. 1st wife. 



Sheffield ; born at Sheffield 
25 April, bapt. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 18 Tuly 
1819; J. P. for Sheffield ; died 
at Oakbrook, Sheffield, aged 
6r, 28 November, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, Sheffield, 
2 December 1880. M.I. Will 
dated 2 May 1879, proved at 
Wakefield 13 January 1881, 
by Charles Henry Firth, 
brother, John Bradley Firth, 
son, James Henry Barber, 
Barnard Platts Broomhead 
and Samuel Roberts, the 
younger, Barrister-at-Law. 



Caroline Gedling, eldest dau. of John Bradley 
of the Park, Nottingham, by Mary Ann his 
wife, dau. of Micah Gedling of Bowling 
Alley House, Mount Vernon, Nottingham ; 
born 12 March, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham, 24 March 1833 ; marr. at 
Parliament Street Chapel, Nottingham, 3 
September 1857 ; died 13 July, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, Sheffield, on Tuesday, 17 
July 1894. Will dated 19 May 1893, proved 
at Wakefield 9 January 1895, by John 
Bradley Firth and Mark Firth. 2nd wife. 

(See Pedigree of Bradley, Vol. 10, 
page 81.) 



Marriott Hall, M.R.C.S. (son of the Rev.=j=Sarah Bingham, born 



Francis Hall, Incumbent of Greasbrough, 
co. York) ; born at Greasbrough 26 January 
1840 ; educated at the Clergy Orphan School ; 
M.R.C.S. i860, L.S.A. Lond. i860; died, 
aged 38, 17 March 1878, bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Sheffield. /f\ 



23 January 1843 ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 24 
May 1866. 



Thomas Firth (twin with 
Ann Elizabeth), born 23 
September 1845, died 16 
October following, bur. 
in the General Cemetery, 
Sheffield. M.I. 



Ann Elizabeth (twin with Thomas), 
born 23 September 1845, died 
16 October following, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, Sheffield. M.I. 



Mary Ellen, born 22 Septem- 
ber 1847 ; died 22 November 
1848, bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Sheffield. M.I. 



Margaret Maria, born in 
1853; died 27 October 
1869, bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Sheffield. M.I. 



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Frances Rusk Scott, : 
marr. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, co. 
York, 1 6 April 1846; 
died 29 March 1850. 
1 st wife. 



Thomas Firth, 
born 28 March 
1850, and died 
the next day. 



=Thomas Firth, born 21 June 182 1, bapt. at the 
parish church, Sheffield; died at Sheffield 10 March 
i860, bur. in the General Cemetery, Sheffield. Will 
dated 17 April 1858, with two codicils dated 11 
January and 7 February i860, proved at Wakefield 
5 November i860, by Mark Firth and John Firth, 
brothers, Timothy Scott and the Rev. James Stacey. 



_ Jane Ousey, marr. 
at Ashton-under- 
Lyne, co. Lancas- 
ter, 17 June 1852. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Firth, born 18 March 1853; died in London 
9 October 1879, bur. in Westminster Cemetery, Old 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, the remains were removed 
to the General Cemetery, Sheffield, 13 November 
1880. Adfrion (with will and two codicils dated 
9 October 1879) was granted (Prin. Reg., 26, 80) 
9 January 1880, to Edward Firth, uncle. 



A daughter 
died in 
infancy. 



Eliza, dau. of George= 
and Joyce Bowden ; 
born in June 182 1 ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Sheffield, 1 5 
June 1848 ; died 8 
February 1852, bur. 
at Fulwood, co. York. 
1st wife. 



William James Dowle= 
Jones, died at Penyr- 
heol House, Sketty, 
co. Glamorgan, 3 July 
1910. Will dated 29 
January 1909, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1569, 10) 
21 November 19 10, by 
Marion Louise Dowle 
Jones, widow, and 
George Trevor Gregor. 



John Firth of Holt House, = 
near Sheffield ; born 19 
June 1823 ; died at sea 
off Malta on board s.s. 
"Morocco" 17 April 1869. 
Will dated 15 October 
1866, proved at Wakefield 
15 June 1869, by Henry 
Harrison and Mark Firth, 
brother. 



=Charlotte, dau. of Samuel and Mary 
Harding of Alpraham, co. Chester ; 
born 16 June 1829 ; marr. at More- 
ton, co. Salop, 29 May 1856 ; died, 
aged 86, at Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, 7 May, bur. at Ecclesall, 
co. York, 11 May 1916. 2nd 
wife. 



Other 
issue. 



=Jessie Eliza, born 1 May 
1849 ; marr. at Ecclesall, 
co. York, 29 December 
1875, marriage settle- 
ments dated 24 Decem- 
ber ; died at Swansea, 
co. Glamorgan, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1898, bur. at The 
Mumbles, Swansea. Will 
dated 5 January 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 697, 
98) 24 June 1898, by 
William James Dowle 
Jones, husband. 



Thomas Firth of= 
Holt House, near 
Sheffield ; born 
10 February 
1851. 



= Alice Elizabeth, 2nd dau. 
of Robert Townsend God- 
frey of Montreal, Canada ; 
born at Montreal 9 June 
1850, bapt. at St. George's, 
Montreal ; marr. there on 
Tuesday, 29 September 
1874. 



Constance Mary, 
born at Sheffield 
5 November 1875. 



Alice Theodora, born 
at Sheffield 24 No- 
vember 1879. 



John Bradley Firth= 
of Shavvford House, 
near Winchester, co. 
Hants ; born at End- 
cliffe Vale, Sheffield, 
2 November 1859; 
of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 
Lent Term, 1879. 



=Emily Harriet, dau. 
of Charles Chet- 
wynd Ellison of 
The Manse, Brace- 
bridge, co. Lincoln ; 
marr.at Bracebridge 
16 October 1890. 



Mark Firth of Carlton Park,= 
Market Harborough, co. Leices- 
ter, formerly of Moscar Lodge, 
co. Derby; born at Endcliffe 
Vale, Sheffield, 31 December 
i860; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge.matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1879, B.A. 1884, M.A. 
1887; J. P. for co. Leicester 1898. 



Richard Bradley Firth, born 
at The Manse, Bracebridge, 
25 August 1891, bapt. at 
Bracebridge. 



John Charles Bradley Firth, born at 
Idsworth, Horndean, co. Hants, 8 
August 1894, bapt. at Bracebridge. 

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=Ida, 4th dau. of 
John Foster of 
Newhall Grange, 
near Rotherham, 
co. York ; marr. 
at St. James', Pic- 
cadilly, London, 
31 August 1895. 



Charles Harding Firth of 2 Northmoor Road, Oxford, Litt.D. ; born at= 
Sheffield, co. York, 16 March 1857 ; educated at Clifton College and 
at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1875, Scholar 
1876, B.A. (Stanhope Essay 1877, 1st History) 1879, M.A. 1882 ; Lecturer 
at Pembroke College, Oxford, 1887-93, Ford's Lecturer in English History 
in the University of Oxford 1900, Fellow of All Souls' College 1901 
and of Oriel College 1904; Regius Professor of Modern History, Oxford, 
1904; Fellow of the British Academy 1903; F.S.A. ; Member of the 
Historical MSS. Commission, and a Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery ; 
Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen, Hon. D.C.L. Durham 1909, Hon. Litt.D. Sheffield 
1908, Hon. Litt.D. Cambridge 19 10; Author of "The Clarke Papers" 
(4 vols.), 1891-1901, "Scotland and the Commonwealth," 1895, "The 
Last Years of the Protectorate," 1909, "The House of Lords during 
the Civil War," 19 10, and other historical works. 



C ^.fyifUfiz: 



^Frances Eliza- 
beth, 2nd dau. of 
the Rev. Henry 
Ashington, Rec- 
tor of Braunce- 
well and Vicar 
of Anwick, co. 
Lincoln, by 
Frances Denton 
his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Edward 
Osborn of the 
Madras Army ; 
married at St. 
Mark's, Broom- 
hill, Sheffield, on 
Wednesday, 14 
July 1880. 



Noel Osborn Firth, born at Sheffield 19 April 1881 ; educated at 
Clifton College and at Wadham College, Oxford. 



Alfred Firth, born at 
Oakbrook, Sheffield, co. 
York, 16 April 1862; 
died in New Zealand 
4 June, bur. in the 
cemetery at Auckland 
24 June 1883. 



Charles Edward Jeffcock of Wales Manor,= 
near Sheffield (eldest son of William Henry 
Jeffcock of High Hazles, near Sheffield) ; 
born at High Hazles 23 October 1857; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1876, B.A. 1880, M.A. 
1887. A 



Caroline Bradley, born 
at Oakbrook 18 Feb- 
ruary 1864; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Sheffield, 7 May 1884. 



Lieut.-Colonel Bernard Alexander Firth=j=Mary Lewton, only child and heir of the Rev. 
of Norton Hall, Sheffield, and of Moscar Edward Lewton Penny, D.D., R.N., by Mary 



Lodge, co. Derby ; born at Oakbrook, 
Sheffield, 14 January 1866; J. P. for 
Sheffield ; Lord of the Manors of 
Norton and Coal Aston ; Lieut.-Colonel 
Commanding 4th Battalion York and 
Lancaster Regiment (V.D.) 



Hannah his 1st wife, dau. of John Dixon of 
Sheffield ; born at Bedworth, co. Warwick, 16 
February 1866, bapt. there; marr. at St. Mark's, 
Sheffield, 12 June 1888. 

(See Pedigree of Penny, page 114.) 



Alec Mark Bernard Mark Firth, born Charles Phillimore Kathleen Mary, Anthea Penne, 



Firth, born at Whir- atWhirlowHouse 
low House, Sheffield, 10 May 1891, 
1 September 1889, bapt. at Dore. 
bapt. at Dore, co. 
Derby ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge. 



Lewton Firth, born born at Whir- born at Whir- 

atWhirlow House, low House, low House, 

Sheffield, 17 July Sheffield, 31 Sheffield, 7 July 

1893, bapt. at May 1897, bapt. 1899, bapt. at 

Dore. at Dore. Dore. 



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Lewis John Firth of Villa i Cedri, Bandino,=j=Edith Margaret, eldest dau. of Albert Alsop 



Florence, Italy, formerly of Ordsall Hall, 
Retford, co. Nottingham ; born at Sheffield, 
co. York, 26 April 1858, bapt. there ; educated 
at Clifton College. 



Jowitt of Hawthorn Lodge, Sheffield, by 
Caroline his wife, dau. of John Arthur Stuart ; 
born 31 August 1861 ; marr. at St. Mark's, 
Sheffield, on Tuesday, 2 March 1886. 



Gerald Lewis Firth 
of Ordsall Hall ; 
born 16 December 
1886 ; Captain Royal 
Field Artillery; 
serving in European 
War. 



Marchese Ludovico 
Scarampi di Prunetto 
(son of Marchese 
Maurigio Scarampi 
di Prunetto) ; an 
officer in the Italian 
Cavalry. 



■Evelyn Maud, Mildred Edith, born at Sheffield 
born 31 May 2 February 1892 ; died, aged 9, 
1890; marr. being accidentally killed while 
at Florence 8 riding, on Saturday, 2 Novem- 
April 19 1 3. ber 1901, bur. at Babworth, co. 

Nottingham. 



Charles Henry Bramley Firth of 169 Queen's Gate, Kensington,=j=Mary, elder dau. of Henry 
London, formerly of Ashwicke Hall, co. Gloucester ; born at I Smith Earp of Dunstall Hill, 
Oakbrook, Sheffield, 21 April 1868; educated at Rugby and at Wolverhampton, co. Stafford; 



Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1886; 
J. P. for co. Gloucester 1903. 



marr. at St. Peter's, Wolver- 
hampton, 31 August 1893. 



Ronald Henry Bramley Firth, born at 
Bramley Hall 9 July 1895, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Handsworth, co. York. 



George=Rachel, born at Oak- 
Davey. brook, Sheffield, 28 
September 1 870; marr. 
at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 1 2 October 
1897. 



Charles Albert Renny=j=Helen 
Jowitt (eldest son of 
Albert Alsop Jowitt 
of Sheffield) ; born at 
Shirecliffe House, Shef- 
field, 26 December 1865 ; 
died at Montreal, Canada, 
on Friday, 7 July 1916. 

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Beatrice, of 8 Atherstone 
Terrace, Gloucester Road, South 
Kensington ; born at Oakbrook, 
Sheffield, 24 July 1872 ; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 12 
February 1896. 



Thomas Gilbert Carter, R.N. (son of the Rev. George=pDorothy Mildred, born at 6 Worcester 



Charles Carter) ; born at Farnborough, co. Kent ; of 
the Royal Navy, entered as a Cadet 15 September 1900, 
Midshipman 15 November following, Sub-Lieutenant 15 
January 1904, Lieutenant 28 June 1906, Lieutenant- 
Commander in 1914. 



Terrace, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 27 
June, bapt. at St. Agnes', Bristol, 
28 July 1888 ; marr at Houghton, co. 
Hants, 28 September 191 1. 



Frank Harding Chambers (her cousin), of Ludham, co.' 
Norfolk (eldest son of the Rev. Joseph James Chambers, 
Vicar of St. Barnabas', Southampton, co. Hants) ; born at 
Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, n September 1867 ; educated 
at Wolverhampton Grammar School, and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 October 1885 (Exhibitioner 1884), 
B.A. (2nd Mathematics Mods. 1st Mathematics) 1888 ; 
Head Master of Lincoln Grammar School ; died at St. Remy, 
France, aged 44, 16 February, bur. at Ludham 21 February 
1912. Will dated 5 December 191 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
574, 12) 11 April 191 2, by Mary Alice Chambers, relict. 



=Mary Alice, of 
Ludham ; born 
at Tapton Grove, 
near Chester- 
field, co. Derby, 
15 April i860, 
bapt. at Chester- 
field ; marr. at 
Long Ashton, 
co. Somerset, 
12 July 1888. 



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Arthur Firth, 
born at Ma- 
chon Bank, 
Sheffield, co. 
York, 13 Feb- 
ruary 1862, 
baptised at 
the parish 
church, Shef- 
field ; educa- 
ted at Clifton 
College. 



Rev. Edward Harding Firth,= 
born at Ecclesall, co. York, 
1 December 1863, bapt. at 
the parish church, Sheffield ; 
educated at Clifton College 
and at TrinityCollege,Oxford, 
matriculated 1 5 October 
1883, B.A. (2nd Theology) 
1887, M.A. 1890; Assistant 
Master, Clifton College, and 
Curate of St. Agnes', Bristol, 
1887-90 ; Rector of Michel- 
dean, co. Gloucester, 1 890-9 5, 
Chaplain at Aix-la-Chapelle 
1895, Rector of Houghton, 
co. Hants, 1898; Rural 
Dean of Romsey, co. Hants, 
December 19 16. 



=Frances Maud, Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Anthony=CharlotteIsabel, 
eldest dau. of Howell, C.M.G., of St. David's, born 19 July 
George Denis Worplesdon Hill, Brookwood, 1865 ; marr. at 
Browne Harri- co. Surrey (3rd son of the Very St. Mary's, Leigh 
son of Lang- Rev. David Howell, Dean of Woods, co.Som- 
ford Lodge, St. David's) ; educated at erset, on Wed- 
Clifton ; marr. Shrewsbury and at London nesday, 1 2 June 
at Emmanuel Hospital ; Lieut.-Colonel 3rd 1895. 
Church, Clif- Battalion The London Regi- 
ton, on Wed- ment (Royal Fusiliers) 8 March 
nesday, 27 July 1910, Hon. Captain in the Army 1 December 
1887. 1900; formerly Captain City Imperial Volunteers, 

and served in South African War (Queen's medal 
with four clasps); serving in European War 
(mentioned in despatches); C.M.G. 1916; 
Member City of London Territorial Force 
Association. 



Denis Gordon Firth, born at the 
Rectory, Micheldean, on Monday, 
28 April, bapt. at Micheldean 25 
May 1890; educated at Shrews- 
bury and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
B.A. 1912 ; Lieutenant 5th Battalion 
The Hampshire Regiment 12 June 
1914. 



Francis John Waller Firth, born 28 
August, bapt. at Micheldean 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1 89 1 ; of Keble College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1913; 2nd Lieutenant 
(unattached) 19 January 1912, 
Lieutenant 6th (King Edward's 
Own) Cavalry, Indian Army, 30 
September 1914. 



Mary Geraldine, 
born 1 3 April, 
bapt. at Michel- 
dean 1 3 May 
1894. 



101 



^ootiman, formerly of ICetgfjton Au^arti, 

to. ^etrfbrtj. 



George Goodman of Leighton=j=Mary, dau. of Robert Millard of Leighton Buzzard, 



Buzzard, co. Bedford (son of 
George Goodman of Grange Mill, 
Leighton Buzzard, by Elizabeth 
his wife) ; born i July, bapt. at 
Leighton Buzzard 10 July 1753. 



by Mary his wife ; bapt. at Leighton Buzzard 26 
December 1755; marr. there 6 January 1774; died, 
aged 64, bur. at Leighton Buzzard 28 January 1820. 
Will dated 23 January 1820, proved (P.C.C. 210 
Kent) 27 April 1820, by Thomas Goodman, son. 



William Goodman of 
Buckingham ; bapt. at 
Leighton Buzzard 26 
December 1777; died 
aged 39, bur. there 20 
March 181 7. M.I. 

Dinah, bapt. at Leigh- 
ton Buzzard 1 7 De- 
cember 1779 ; marr. 
there 8 October 1801, 
John Fountaine of 
Leighton Buzzard. 



Kitty, dau. of John= 
Hopkins of Leigh- 
ton Buzzard, by- 
Sarah his wife; bapt. 
at Leighton Buzzard 
9 April 1779; marr. 
there 1 March 1 810; 
died 30 April, bur. 
at Leighton Buzzard 
5 May 1825. M.I. 
1st wife. 



=Francis Goodman of= 
Freithsdon, Great Berk- 
ham pstead, co. Hert- 
ford; born 5 February, 
bapt. at Leighton Buz- 
zard 31 July 1782; died 
s.p. 23 May, bur. at 
Leighton Buzzard 28 
May 1849. M.I. Will 
dated 19 January 1849, 
proved (P.C.C. 512, 49) 
18 July 1849, by Sabina 
Goodman, relict. 



=Sabina, dau. of - Franklin 
of Leighton Buzzard, by 
Juliana his wife ; died at 
Coleshill, co. Warwick, 
aged 71, 18 June, bur. at 
Leighton Buzzard 23 June 
i860. M.I. Will dated 
3 1 July 1850, codicil dated 
5 June 1858, proved at 
Birmingham 30 July 1 860, 
by John Daniel Watson 
Yorke and John Franklin, 
nephews. 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, bapt. Thomas Goodman of Leighton Buzzard= 
privately and and of 6 Upper Barnsbury Street, 
received into Islington, co. Middlesex ; bapt. at 
the church at Leighton Buzzard 23 June 1786; died 
Leighton Buz- at 6 Upper Barnsbury Street, Islington, 
zard 9 February aged 78, on Thursday, 6 July 1865, 
1784; buried bur. in Highgate Cemetery, co. Middle- 
there 14 March sex, 11 July 1865. M.I. Will dated 
following. 23 March 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 

S I 3> 6 S) 3 August 1865, by Ada Mary 
Goodman, daughter. Portrait in 
loater-colours in the possession of his 
daughter, Mrs. Alonzo Henry Stocker. 



=Carolina, 2nd dau. of William 
Hopkins of 13 Guilford Street, 
Russell Square, London, and of the 
Inland Revenue {Portrait in the 
possession of his grand-daughter, Airs. 
Alonzo Henry Stocker), by Mary 
Harris his wife; marr. at St. Pancras', 
London, 28 Nov. 1840; died, aged 
32, 12 Mar. 1848, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. M.I. Portrait in water- 
colours in possession of her daughter, 
Airs. Alonzo Henry Stocker. 



Alonzo Henry Stocker of Craigweil House, Aldwick, co. Sussex, M.D.= 
(youngest son of Thomas Stocker, by Susan Doidge Crawsman his wife, 
dau. of William Willies) ; born 30 March, bapt. at Stoke Damerel, co. 
Devon, 11 April 1830; a Student at the London Hospital, where he won 
gold medals for Surgery, Midwifery, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, also silver medals (senior prize) for 
Botany and for Forensic Medicine, L.S.A. 1851, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1852, 
M.D. St. Andrew's 1855, M.R.C.P. Lond. i860; Medical Superintendent 
Grove Hall Asylum, Bow, co. Middlesex, 1852, afterwards Medical Superin- 
tendent and Proprietor Peckham House, Peckham, co. Surrey, and of 
Northumberland House, Finsbury Park, co. Middlesex ; died at Aldwick, 
aged 80, on Sunday, 24 April, bur. in the churchyard at Pagham, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 27 April 1910. 
Will dated 21 October 1902, proved in 
the Principal Registry n July 19 10, 
by Ada Mary Stocker, relict, Alonzo 
Harold Stocker, son, Hope Johnstone, 
son-in-law, and Robert Le Brasseur. 




=Ada Mary, born at 
4 Upper Barns- 
bury Street, Isling- 
ton, 16 November 
1 84 1 ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Camden 
Square, London, 
4 August 1875. 



(See Pedigree of Stocker, Vol. 17, 
page 179.) 



George Goodman, bapt. at Leighton Buzzard 26 May 1788; Cornet 4th 
(Queen's Own) Dragoons 27 April 1809, Lieutenant 28 October 181 1. 
Adinon granted (P.CC.) 21 February 1815, to Elizabeth Goodman, relict. 
He married Elizabeth . . . 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Leighton Buzzard 
28 July 1 791; bur. 
there 1 1 Septem- 
ber following. 



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Sophia Caroline, 2nd dau. of James=f=John Cooke Harker 



Alexander Teague of Clerkenwell, co. 
Middlesex, by Harriet his wife, only dau. 
of Charles Fletcher of Upper Belgrave 
Terrace, Pimlico, London ; born at 28 
Spencer Street, Goswell Road, London, 
21 August, bapt. at St. James', Clerken- 
well, in September 1840; marr. at St. 
Luke's, West Holloway, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 17 October 1867; died at 
Fernside, Hornsey Lane, co. Middlesex, 
aged 38, on Sunday, 29 December 1878, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery 2 January 
1879. M.I. 1st wife. 

(See Pedigree of Teague, Vol. 11, 
page I5-) 



of Danehurst, 
Champion Hill, co. 
Surrey, and of the 
Stock Exchange, 
London (son of 
John William Har- 
ker of Islington, 
co. Middlesex, by 
Eleanor his wife) ; 
born 22 August 
1831. 



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Caroline Sarah, 
born at 4 Up- 
per Barnsbury 
Street, Isling- 
ton, 3 July 
1844 ; married 
at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, 
co. Surrey, 19 
April 1882. 
2nd wife. 



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Leila Amelia, 
born at 4 Up- 
per Barnsbury 
Street, Isling- 
ton; died, aged 
5 months, and 
bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery, 
co. Middlesex, 
1 1 September 
1846. 



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Facsimile of a Portrait in water- colours of Thomas Goodman ; 
bapt. at Leighton Buzzard, co. Bedford, 23 June 1/86 ; died 6 July 
1865 ; in the possession of his daughter, Mrs. Alonzo Henry 
Stocker, Craigweil House, Aldwick, co. Sussex. 



Facsimile of a Portrait in water- colours of Carolina, wife 
of Thomas Goodman; died 12 March 1848 ; in the possession 
of Mrs. Alonzo Henry Stocker, Craigweil House, Aldwick, 
co. Sussex. 




^urfcett 



BE 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure two bars or on each three martlets 
gules. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased sable 
langued gules. 

Motto.— Cleve fast. 



William Jones Burdett of Copt= 
Hall, Twickenham, co. Middle- 
sex, and of Stowey House, 
co. Somerset (youngest son 
of Francis Burdett, by Mary 
Eleanor his wife, 2nd dau. and 
coheir of William Jones of 
Ramsbury Manor, co. Wilts) ; 
born 23 August 1772 ; educated 
at Westminster School, admitted 
17 September 1783, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 
April 1793 ; of Lincoln's Inn 17 
April 1795; died at Copt Hall, 
Twickenham, aged 68, 2 October 
1840. Will dated 22 December 
1836, with codicil dated 24 Au- 
gust 1839. Admon was granted 
(P.C.C. 8, 41) to Sarah Holmes 
Burdett, relict ; further adminis- 
tion granted 13 June 187 1, to 
Francis Burdett, son. 

(For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" 

to " Visitation of England and 

Wales," Vol. 10, page 134.) 



=Sarah Holmes, dau. 
of Captain William 
Hodgkinson, R.N., of 
Brompton, co. Kent, 
and niece of Timothy 
Brent of Old Burling- 
ton Street, London, 
whose name she 
assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 1 Au- 
gust 1807, in lieu of 
Hodgkinson ; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 
on Thursday, 24 Oc- 
tober 181 1 ; died at 
Ivy Lodge, Twicken- 
ham, aged 83, on 
Tuesday, 31 January 
187 1. Will dated 7 
October 1859, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 230, 71) 
26 April 187 1, by 
Lieut.-Colonel Francis 
Burdett, son. 



Amelia Eliza, youngest= 
dau. of Major James 
Sharp of Kincarrathie, 
co. Perth ; marr. at 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 27 Oc- 
tober 1842 ; died at 
Halverstown, co. Kil- 
dare, on Saturday, 14 
April 1866. 1st wife. 



= Lieut.- Colonel Sir Francis Burdett of= 
Ramsbury Manor and Foremark Hall, both 
co. Derby, and of Ancaster House, Rich- 
mond, co. Surrey, Baronet ; born in London 
23 March 1813; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted pensioner 12 July 1831 ; entered 
the Army as Cornet 17th Light Dragoons 18 
April 1834, Lieutenant 1837, Captain 1841, 
Major 1845, Lieut.-Colonel r9 October 
1849; Colonel 8th Middlesex Royal Volun- 
teers ; J. P. for the counties of Derby, Wilts, 
Surrey and Berks ; D.L. for the latter 
county; High Sheriff for co. Surrey 1880; 
succeeded his cousin, Sir Robert Burdett, 
as 7th Baronet 7 June 1880; died at his 
daughter's house, 6 Chesham Place, London, 
aged 79, on Tuesday, 31 May 1892, bur. at 
Foremark. Will dated 17 July 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 899, 92) 15 September 1892, by 
Dame Mary Dorothy Burdett, relict, and the 
Hon ble Henry Dudley Ryder and William 
Joseph Jarrett. 



=Mary Dorothy, youngest 
dau. of John Smijth of 
Cleatham, co. Durham ; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
St. George's Square, 
London, on Thursday, 
22 August 1867; died 
at 30 Rutland Court, 
Kensington, London, on 
Wednesday, 1 April 
1908. Will dated 16 
February 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 885, 1908) 
25 June 1908, by Sir 
FrancisBurdett,Baronet, 
son. 2nd wife. 



Amelia Angela, born at Canterbury, co. Kent, on Saturday, 21 March, and died at Dundalk, 
co. Louth, aged 25 weeks, on Saturday, 12 September 1846. 



107 



William Jones Burdett, born 13 June 1814;= 
died at Wood Lane, Shepherd's Bush, co. 
Middlesex, aged 44, on Friday, 17 December 
1858. Will dated 14 October 1854, with 
codicil dated 15 December 1858, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 70, 59) 28 February 1859, by 
Francis Burdett, late Lieut.- Colonel 17th 
Lancers, brother. 



Caroline Jane Julia, 2nd dau. of Joseph 
Neynoe, Captain 5th Royal Veteran Battalion; 
marr. at the British Consulate, Ostend, on 
Monday, 20 September 1852 ; died at Ban- 
stead, co. Surrey, 21 May 1885. Admon 
was granted at the Principal Registry 26 
January 1886, to William Jones Burdett, 
gent., son. 



William Jones Lieut.-Colonel Hartwell Harvey Stuart= 
Burdett, born (son of William Kier Stuart, C.B., of 
at his grand- the 86th Foot); born 15 March 1846; 
father's house Ensign 86th Foot (Royal County 
at Ostend on Down), afterwards Royal Irish Rifles, 
Thursday, 21 16 February 1864, Lieutenant 1866, 
July 1853. Captain 1878, Major 1882, retired as 

Lieut.-Colonel 2 July 1890; Adjutant 
1 6th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. 



Caroline Jane Julia, born at Ostend 
on Wednesday, 19 July 1854; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
on Tuesday, 27 November 1877; died 
at 1 Spencer Road, Southsea, co. Hants, 
1 2 January 1909. Will dated 2 1 January 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 299, 1909) 
6 February 1909, by Lieut.-Colonel 
Hartwell Harvey Stuart, husband. 



Duncan Davidson of Inchmarlo, co. Kincardine (eldest son of= 
Patrick Davidson of Inchmarlo, LL.D., J. P., D.L., by Mary 
Anne his wife, eldest dau. of William Leslie of Warthill, co. 
Aberdeen); born 5 August 1843; J. P. for the counties of 
Kincardine and Aberdeen; D.L. for the former county. He 
married 2ndly at Thorpe, co. Stafford, 8 June 1887, Ethel 
Harriet, only dau. of Lieut.-Colonel Charles Inge of Thorpe 
Constantine, co. Stafford, by Mary Anne his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Sir Adam Hay, Baronet. — 



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=Flora Frances, born at Dublin 
on Tuesday, 4 April 1848; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 8 January 1874; 
died at Inchmarlo, aged 35, on 
Sunday, 6 January 1884. 



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George Anson Byron of 55 Queen's Gardens, Lancaster Gate, London=j=Georgiana Maie, born 



(eldest son of the Rev. the Hon ble William Byron, by Mary Elizabeth 
his 1st wife, youngest dau. of Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Torin 
Kindersley) ; born on Wednesday, 3 March 1858, bapt. at St. John's, 
Paddington, London ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1876, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 20 November 1878, Barrister-at-Law 3 May 1882 ; 
formerly Lieutenant 2nd Volunteer Battalion the King's Royal Rifle 
Corps ; J. P. for co. Nottingham. /K 



at Ancaster House, 
Richmond, on Friday, 
12 June 1868 ; marr. 
at Ramsbury, co. 
Derby, on Saturday, 
22 August 1891. 



(See Pedigree of Byron, Vol. 16, 
page 56.) 



108 



John George Ramsden of Norfolk Street, Park Lane,= 
London (only son of John Ramsden of Twickenham, 
co. Middlesex); born in 1815; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1840; a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 14 March 1837, called to the Bar 26 January 1841 ; 
died, aged 47, at Ivy Lodge, Twickenham, on Saturday, 
19 April 1862. Will dated 24 January 1862, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 301, 62) 19 May 1862, by Francis Henry 
Newland Glossop, Charles Marsh Vialls, Frederick William 
Blunt, gent., and Sarah Ramsden, relict. 



=Sarah, married at Teddingtofi, co. 
Middlesex, 1 June 1841 ; died at 
Ivy Lodge, Twickenham, on Friday, 
25 March 1881. Will dated 15 
July 1880, with codicil dated 31 
December 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 
337, 81) 28 April 1881, by Francis 
Henry Newland Glossop, Frederick 
William Blunt and Charles Marsh 
Vialls. 



Francis Neynoe Burdett, born at Spa, Belgium, on Sunday, 18 November 1855; died in 
1908. He married in 1875, Eleanor Raynor. 



Dublin 
on Thurs- 
day, 1 May 
1851. 



Robert Alexander Houstoun of=Clara Con- : 
Clerkington, co. Haddington (eldest stance, born 
son of Colonel Alexander Houstoun 
of Clerkington, J. P. and D.L., by 
Anne Caroline his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Michael Henry Perceval of Spencer 
Wood, Quebec); born 20 April 1838; 
J. P. and D.L. ; Captain East Lothian 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; marr. at the 
parish church, Richmond, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 8 January 1874 ; died 
at Clerkington, aged 41, on Friday, 
3 October 1879. Will dated 30 
November 1874, with two codicils 
dated 21 November and 14 December 
1878. Confirmation granted at Had- 
dington 2 March 1880, to Clara 
Constance Burdett, or Houstoun, 
relict. Sealed in London 22 March 
1880. i st husband. 



=Major-General George Hatchell, born 8 
June 1838; 2nd Lieutenant 60th Foot 22 
October 1855, Lieutenant 1857, Captain 
1865, Major 1876, Lieut.- Colonel by 
brevet 1879, Lieut.- Colonel 1 88 r, Colonel 
in the Army 1883, retired as Major-General 
15 June 1898; D.A.Q.M.G. Bombay 28 
April to 21 November 1872 ; Brigade- 
Major Chatham District 1 May 1873 to 
January 1877 ; A.A.G. Bengal 20 Oc- 
tober to 11 November 1878; A.A.G. 
Bengal 9 June 1879 to 20 March 1882 ; 
served in the Afghan War as A.A.G. 
1878-79, Expedition to Bazar Valley 
(mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 7 November 1879, medal and 
brevet of Lieut.-Colonel) ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, 
on Thursday, 6 December 1894. 2nd 
husband. 



Sir Francis Burdett of Foremark, co. Derby, Baronet; born=Francis Elphin- 
at Ancaster House, Richmond, on Monday, 5 July 1869 ; stone, dau. of 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1888; succeeded his father as 8th 
Baronet 31 May 1892 ; 2nd Lieutenant 4th Dragoon Guards 
30 May 1891, 8th Hussars 16 March 1892, Captain 17th 
Lancers 12 December 1900; Captain Reserve of Officers; 
served in South African War 1900 (wounded); Extra A.D.C. 
to the Rt. Hon ble Sir Joseph West Ridgeway, G.C.M.G., 
Governor of Ceylon, 1901 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Derby, 
High Sheriff 1909 ; J. P. for co. Wilts. 



Maude Clara 
Frances. 



Thompson Boyd; 
marr. on Tues- 
day, 15 Septem- 
ber 1908. 



109 



Rev. Willoughby James Peter Burrell=j=Frances, died at= 



(youngest son of Merrik Lindsey Peter 
Burrell of Stoke Park, co. Suffolk, by 
Frances his wife, youngest dau. of James 
Daniell) ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1839, M.A. 1848; Rector of Belleau 
with Aby, co. Lincoln, 1840-49; marr. 
7 December 1838; died in Dublin, aged 
34, on Friday, 14 December 1849. 
Admon was granted (P.C.C.) 12 July 1850, 
to Frances Burrell, relict. 1st husband. 



50 Church Road, 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, on Wed- 
nesday, 18 Feb- 
ruary 1885. 



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(See Pedigree of Gwydyr, Vol. 12, 
page 141.) 



William Grey Pitt ; joined the 
nth Hussars as Cornet 22 
November 1839; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Thursday, 12 April 
1855 ; died at Upper Norwood, 
co. Surrey, aged 46, on Satur- 
day, 25 May 1867. Will 
dated 20 August 1855, with two 
codicils dated 25 June 1863 
and 13 April 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 431, 67) 17 June 1867, by 
John Floyer. 2nd husband. 



Lieut. -Colonel Charles Sedley Burdett of Shrubhurst,= 
Godstone, co. Surrey; born 17 December 1819; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 30 Sep- 
tember 1833, left August 1835 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
60th Foot (King's Royal Rifle Corps) 21 October 
1836, Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 1841, Captain 
1847, Lieut.-Colonel 22 August 1854; served with 
the Coldstream Guards in the Crimea from 9 
December 1854, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (medal with clasp, 5th-class Medjidie and 
Turkish medal); J. P. for co. Surrey; died at 
Shrubhurst, Godstone, aged 61, on Sunday, 12 De- 
cember 1880. Will dated 18 April 1877, with codicil 
dated 5 May 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 83, 81) 17 
February 1881, by Sir Francis Burdett, Baronet, 
brother. 



=Harriet Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Levi 
Ames of The Hyde, co. Hertford, J.P., 
D.L., by Anne Bird his wife, dau. and 
heir of Henry Metcalfe of Murton 
and Seatonville, co. Northumberland ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 2 June 1846 ; 
died at Shrubhurst, Godstone, aged 
69, on Thursday, 12 February 1891. 
Will dated 8 September 1882, with two 
codicils dated 17 October 1888 and 
3 June 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 237, 91) 
18 March 1891, by Sir Francis Burdett, 
Baronet. 



Commander Archibald Campbell Stewart= 
Blackett, R.N. (youngest son of William 
Fenwick Blackett, by Catherine Porterfield his 
wife, dau. of Robert Steward of St. Fort, co. 
Fife); born 22 September 1837; Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 28 June 1859, Commander 16 
December 1870; died at 4 South Street, 
Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, aged 44, 
on Sunday, 27 August 1882. 



; Blanche Clara Harriet, marr. at Oxted, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, n July 1872; died at 
The Cottage, Park Avenue, Dover, co. Kent, 
aged 54, on Sunday, 23 November 1902, bur. 
in Copt Hill Cemetery, Dover. Will dated 29 
June 1894, with codicil dated 3 August 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 297, 1903) 14 March 
1903, by William Steward Burdett Blackett, 
Captain Grenadier Guards, and Constance 
Angela Mary Dyneley, widow. 



A\ 



Rev. Allan Henry Lines Bolton (2nd son of J. C. Bolton of Hadleigh= 
House, Blackheath, co. Kent, and of Great St. Helens, co. Lancaster) ; 
born at Kennington, co. Surrey, and bapt. at St. Mary Newington, co. 
Surrey ; of Caius College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1878, B.A. 1883; Curate of Ashwell, co. Hertford, 1882-84, and of 
Great Stanmore, co. Middlesex, 1884-85 ; Rector of Yatton-Keynell, 
co. Wilts, 1885. 



=Clara Susanna, born 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
10 October 1857 ; 
marr. at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, London, 
on Saturday, 18 June 
1881. 



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Robert Burdett, born 8 January 1823 ; died at 40 Palmerston-. 
Street, Battersea, co. Surrey, aged 48, on Friday, 24 Novem- 
ber 1871. Will dated 24 November 1871, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 222, 72) 12 April 1872, by Louisa Treherne, spinster. 



^Barbara Maria Charlotta, dau. 
of William Humakers of 
Louvain, Belgium; marr. 19 
April 1847. 



Robert William Henri Burdett, born at Antwerp 
on Friday, 25 February 1848 ; died in 1878. 



Francis Arthur Sedley Burdett= 
of Shrubhurst, Godstone, co. 
Surrey ; born at Harpenden, 
co. Hertford, on Saturday, 
1 September 1849 ; died at 
The Firs, St. Ann's Road, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, aged 
44, on Thursday, 9 August 
1894. Will dated 8 February 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 921, 
94) 24 September 1894, by 
Agnes Burdett, relict. 



=Agnes, dau. of James Campbell 
Walker of Stonehall, co. Surrey ; 
marr. 13 February 1890; died 
at Cambridge Lodge, East- 
bourne, 1 November 1903. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 7 March 
1904, to Edith Emily Agnes 
Walker, spinster. She married 
istly - Golds worthy. 



Charles Sedley Burdett, born 
at 50 Chester Square, Pim- 
lico, London, on Thursday, 
9 January 1851; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 41, 
on Monday, 18 January 1892. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 19 March 
1892, to Constance Angela 
Mary Dyneley, wife of 
General Henry Ellenborough 
Dyneley, and Beatrice Maude 
Burdett, spinster. 



Henry Hugh Burdett, born 
at East Hill House, Oxted, 
co. Surrey, on Thursday, 22 
July 1852; died unmarried 
at Baylands, Orchard Road, 
Eastbourne, 28 December 
1903. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 23 
February 1904, to Constance 
Angela Mary Dyneley, widow, 
and Edith Johanna Burdett, 
spinster. 



Lieut.-General Henry Ellenborough Dyneley 
of Spring Lodge, Heathfield, co. Sussex 
(son of Lieut.-General Thomas Dyneley, 
C.B., R.A.); born 23 May 1829; Cornet 
1st Madras Cavalry 20 September 1847, 
Lieutenant 1852, Captain 1859, Major 1864, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1871, Colonel 1878, Major- 
General 1887, Lieut.-General 1 July 1891 ; 
died at Spring Lodge, Heathfield, aged 64, 
on Sunday, 10 December, bur. in Putney 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 14 
December 1893. /y 



Constance Angela 
Mary, of Bram- 
hope, St. Dun- 
stan's, Canterbury, 
co. Kent ; marr. at 
Oxted, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 1 2 
October 1882. 



Fanny Sarah Wilhelmina, born at Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 29 March 
1859; died at 3 St. Ann's Villas, Notting Hill, co. Middlesex, aged 15 months, on Wednesday, 
20 June i860. 



Henry St. Albans Burdett, born 14 August 
1827 ; Ensign 2nd Madras European Light 
Infantry 15 December 1846; died un- 
married at Mowuldooroo, East Indies, on 
his way home from Secunderabad, aged 22, 
on Thursday, 20 June 1850. Admon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 20 August 185 1, to Sarah 
Holmes Burdett, widow, mother ; further 
admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 25 November 1872, to Sarah 
Ramsden, widow, sister. 



John Cunningham of Witheby=j=Sophia, marr. 22 



Sedbury, co. Devon; Cornet 
nth Hussars n January 1839, 
Lieutenant 10 January 1840; 
died at Boulogne -sur-Mer, 
France, aged 57, on Tuesday, 
20 March 1877. 



August 1843 ; 
died on Friday, 
23 March 1888. 



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Emily, marr. Colonel 
Eugene Adolphe 
Boutiny, who died 1 1 
August 1880. 



Richard Guinness=j=Amy Georgiana, marr. at the British Legation, 



Hill of Stillorgan, 
co. Dublin ; died 
5 April 1 87 1. 



Brussels, in August 1852 ; died at 28 Leamington 
Road Villas, Westbourne Park, co. Middlesex, 
aged 37, on Sunday, 6 November 1870. 



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Edith Joanna, died at 20 Cornfield 
Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 12 June, bur. at Oxted, 
co. Surrey, on Saturday, 15 June 191 2. 
Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 7 August 191 2, to Constance 
Angela Mary Dyneley, widow, and 
Beatrice Maud Everett, sisters. 



Edwin Hanmer Everett= 
of Chinshurst House, 
Shalford, co. Surrey, 
son of George Everett 
of Bridge End, Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants. 



I 
=Beatrice Maud, 
marr. at the 
parish church, 
Brompton, co. 
Middlesex, 
Tuesday, 
June 1892. 



Gertrude 
Alice. 



on 
28 



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^tnnp, formerly of forborne, to* Bomt. 



Elias Penny of Sherborne, co. Dorset (eldest son of John Penny 06= 
Sherborne, by Amy Dunell his wife, of Crewkerne, co. Somerset) ; 
bapt. at Sherborne 31 August 1773; Proprietor of the "Sherborne 
Mercury "and the "Sherborne Journal"; died at Sherborne 26 February 
1846, bur. under the North transept in the Abbey Church, Sherborne. 
Will dated 13 February 1840, with two codicils dated 13 February 
1840 and 7 October 1844, proved (P.C.C. 682, 46) 29 September 1846, 
by the Rev. Charles Penny, son. 





=Elizabeth, dau. of 
Richard and Mar- 
garet Guppy of 
Batcombe, co. 
Somerset, and of 
Portsea, co. Hants ; 
born 1 2 August 
1775; married 12 
May 1795 ; died 
31 December 1846. 



William Webb Penny, 
born at Sherborne 27 
February 1796, died 
there 1 2 April following. 



William Boswell of Dorchesten 
and Sherborne, Solicitor; died 
4 June 1867, bur. at Castleton, 
co. Dorset. Will proyed 24 
August 1867. 



=Elizabeth, born at Sherborne 12 
April 1797; marr. there 2 July 
1822; died at Sherborne 21 April 
1 89 1, bur. in the churchyard at 
Castleton. 



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William Webb Penny of Sherborne; born 27 February, bapt. at Sherborne= 
17 October 1799; Proprietor of the "Sherborne Mercury"; died 
at Sherborne 7 July 1888, bur. in the cemetery at Sherborne. Will 
dated 26 May 1885, with codicil dated 24 January 1888, proved at 
Blandford 29 August 1888, by the Rev. Charles William Penny, 
nephew, and the Rev. John Stroud. 




=Harriet, dau. of the 
Rev. John Nicholas 
Shuckburgh of Down- 
ton, co. Wilts ; marr. 
at Downton 17 June 
1848 ; died, aged 85, 
13 June 1887, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Sherborne. 



John Penny of Sherborne; bapt. at Sherborne i6=j=Mary Ann Jenkins, 



February 1803 ; Proprietor of the " Sherborne 
Journal"; died at 27 Pulteney Street, Bath, co. 
Somerset, 7 February 1885, bur. at St. David's, 
Exeter, co. Devon. Will dated 11 July 1884, 
proved at Blandford 12 March 1885, by the Rev. 
Charles William Penny, nephew, and Louis Henry 
Ruegg. 




dau. of John and 
Mary Perkins of 
Henley,co.Somerset ; 
marr. at Yetminster, 
co. Dorset, 19 Oc- 
tober 1829; died 
at Pulteney Street, 
Bath, aged 76, 6 
March 1883, buried 
at St. David's, 
Exeter. 



Edmund Penny, 
born 19 Septem- 
ber 1805 ; died 
at Sherborne 7 
April 1806. 



William Perkins Penny, born 
22 September 1832, bapt. at 
Sherborne ; of Pembroke Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 19 
June 1 85 1 ; died at Exeter 
7 June 1854. Adfrion was 
granted (P.C.C.) 15 May 1855, 
to John Penny, father. 



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Rev. Charles Penny, D.D. ; bapt. at Sherborne i March 1809 ;■ 
educated at Sherborne School and at Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 February 1827, B.A. (2nd-class Lit. Hum.) 1831, 
M.A. 1833, B.D. and D.D. 1850; Domestic Chaplain to Earl 
Poulett and to Lord Raglan ; Head Master Crewkerne Grammar 
School 1838, and Rector of Chaffcombe, co. Somerset, 1848 until 
his death at Greenham House, co. Somerset, 15 December 1875, 
bur. at Chaffcombe. Memorial Window in Crewkerne Grammar 
School. Will dated 18 February 1868, proved at Taunton 21 
January 1876, by the Rev. Charles William Penny, son. 



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=Eliza, only surviving dau. of 
James Alpass of Dursley, co. 
Gloucester, by Susannah his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Lewton 
of Dursley; born 12 Feb- 
ruary 1 8 14; marr. at Dursley 
23 June 1835 ; died at 
Greenham 25 July 1880, bur. 
at Chaffcombe. Will dated 
13 September 1876, with 
codicil dated 6 October 
1877, proved at Taunton 27 
August 1880, by the Rev. 
Charles William Penny, son. 



Mary Hannah, > 
dau. of John 
Dixon of Shef- 
field, co. York. 
Solicitor; marr. 
at the parish 
church, Shef- 
field, 12 Octo- 
ber 1864 ; died 
at Bedworth, 
co. Warwick, 3 
March, bur. at 
Exhall, co. War- 
wick, 10 March 
1866. 1st wife. 



^Rev. Edward Lewton Penny,= 
D.D., R.N. ; born at Sutton 
Courteney Rectory, co. Berks, 
30 June 1836; educated at 
Crewkeme Grammar School 
and at Pembroke College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 No- 
vember 1854, B.A. 1859, 
M.A. 1861, D.D. 1882 ; 
Chaplain Royal Navy 1867 
-90; died 7 April 1899, bur. 
at Plymouth, co. Devon. 
Will dated 24 April 1897, 
proved at Exeter 16 June 
1899, by Mary Lewton Firth, 
daughter. 



=Mina Sophia, 
elder dau. of 
- Gerard of 
Brimley, Stoke 
Abbot, co. Dor- 
set ; born 8 
April 1855 ; 
marr. at Stoke 
Abbot 23 June 
1877 ; died at 
25 Weymouth 
Street, London, 
9 March 1894, 
buried in the 
cemetery at 
Plymouth. 2nd 
wife. 




Rev. Charles William Penny, 
born at the Rectory House, 
West Usley, co. Berks, 23 
December 1837, bapt. there; 
educated at Crewkerne 
Grammar School and at Cor- 
pus Christi College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 May 1856, 
Exhibitioner 1857-60, B.A. 
(3rd Classics and 2nd Maths. ; 
Mods.; 1st Maths.) 1861, 
M.A. 1863 ; Senior Tutor and 
Assistant Master, Wellington 
College 1861-91, Bursar 1867 
-80 ; F.L.S. ; died unmarried 
at Shute End House, Woking- 
ham, co. Berks, 30 March 
1898, bur. at St. Paul's, 
Wokingham. Will dated 20 
August 1895, proved at 
Oxford 1 June 1898, by 
Theresa Jeannette Penny, 
spinster, sister. 



Lieut. -Colonel Bernard Alexander Firth of Norton Hall, Sheffield, 5 
and of Moscar Lodge, co. Derby (4th son of Mark Firth of Oak- 
brook, Sheffield, by Caroline Gedling his 2nd wife, eldest dau. of 
John Bradley of The Park, Nottingham, see Pedigree of Bradley, 
Vol. 10, page 81) ; born at Oak brook 14 January 1866 ; J. P. for Shef- 
field ; Lord of the Manors of Norton and Coal Aston ; Lieut.-Colonel 
Commanding 4th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment (V. D.) 



(See Pedigree of Firth, page pp). 



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=Mary Lewton, born at 
Bedworth, co. Warwick, 
16 February 1866, 
bapt. there ; marr. at 
St. Mark's, Sheffield, 
12 June 1888. 



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Rev John Stroud of Iillesdeji, Broadstone, co. Dorset (eldest son=j=Elizabeth Ann bom at 
of Tames Stroud of Li csHm HawVKi,™* ~~ xr™^ u._ »«• ' ^ , " l uuln at 



of James Stroud of Lillesden, Hawkhurst, co. Kent by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Charles Naucolas) ; of Merton College 
Oxford, matriculated 4 June 1847, aged 18, Jackson Scholar' 
Postmaster 1847-51, B.A. (3rd Lit. Hum. and rst Maths.) i8?i 
MA. 1854; Curate of Chaffcombe and 2nd Master Crewkeme 
Grammar School, Mathematical Master Tonbridge School and 
Curate of East Peckham, co. Kent ; Rector of South Perrott with 
Mosterton, cc, Wilts, 1873-1904; Diocesan Inspector for co 
Wilts, 1884; Public Preacher for diocese of Salisbury 1905 • died 
at Broadstone, aged 80, on Monday, 12 July, bur. in the cemetery 
at Broadstone 14 July 1909. ' 



Crewkeme 13 March 1839, 
bapt. there; marr. at 
Crewkeme (by her brother, 
the Rev. Edward Lewton 
Penny), on Wednesday, 
31 July 1 86 1 ; died at 
Lillesden, Broadstone, 15 
January, bur. in the 
cemetery at Broadstone 
18 January 1906. 



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Mary Susan, 
born at Crew- 
keme School 
19 August 
184T, and 
died the same 
day. 



Clement Phillimore Penny of Maythom, Kingsbridge = 
co Devon ; born at Crewkeme 7 August, bapt. there 
27 September 1844; educated at Crewkeme Grammar 
School; Assistant Clerk Royal Navy 13 June 1862 
Assistant Paymaster 12 July 1866, Paymaster 2 March 
1 88 1, Staff Paymaster 2 March r887, Fleet Paymaster 
2 March 1893, retired 5 January ! 9 oo; Assistant 
Paymaster in charge of H.M.S. "Investigator" in the 
Niger Expedition of 1868. 




=Heleh Isabella Mary, 
youngest daughter of 
Sir Charles Gordon of 
Drimmin, Morvern, 
co. Argyll; born 26 
February 1844; marr. 
at St. Mary's Pro- 
Cathedral, Edinburgh, 
on Tuesday, 3 April 
1883; died at Lourdes, 
France, 20 May 1891, 
bur. in the convent 
cemetery of the Im- 
maculate Conception, 
Lourdes. 



Theresa Jeannette, 
of Holme Rayles, 
Wokingham, co. 
Berks ; born at 
Crewkeme 25 June, 
bapt. there 23 July 
1848. 



Rev. James Alpass Penny, born at Crewkeme 2 January 18 ?c, bapt 
there; educated at Crewkeme Grammar School and at St. Catherine's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1874, B A 1878 

o! ' X ?.? 2 ioo Urate ° f Brid S eford . co- Nottingham, 1879-88, Vicar of 
Stixwould 1888-96, and of Wispington, both co. Lincoln, i8 95 !-i9i S . 



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JFarrtfjam of (Euorntion, to. Hetcester* 

Arms. — Quarterly: Or and azure in the first two quarters a crescent counter- changed. 
Crest. — An eagle or wings close preying on a rabbit argent. 



Edward Farnham of Quorndon House, co. Leicester (7th and= 
youngest son of Edward Farnham of Quorndon, by Easter 
his wife, dau. of Henry Lake of Canterbury, co. Kent) ; born 
27 May 1753; J. P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, High Sheriff 
1815 ; died at Quorndon House 7 January, bur. at Quorndon 14 
January 1835. Will dated 31 October 1827, with two codicils 
dated 8 January 1829 and 4 January 1835, proved (P.C.C. 
358 Gloster) 5 June 1835, by Harriet Farnham, relict, and 
Edward Basil Farnham, son. 



J^y* i&jsw^yfi s77TLs 



=Harriet, youngest dau. and 
coheir of the Rev. Durand 
Rhudde, D.D., Rector of 
East Bergholt, co. Suffolk, 
and Chaplain-in- Ordinary to 
King George III. ; married 
by licence at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Monday, 1 June 1795 ; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
27 July 1854. Will dated 11 
June 1853, proved (P.C.C. 
826, 54) 4 November 1854, by 
Edward Basil Farnham, son. 



Edward Basil Farnham of Quorndon House ; born= 
at Quorndon 19 April 1799; educated at Eton 
and at St. John's College, Cambridge; J. P. and 
D.L. for co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1870; Major 
Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry ; M.P. for North 
Leicestershire 2 August 1837 to 23 April 1859 ; 
died at Quorndon House on Tuesday, 13 May 1879, 
bur. in chancel of church at Quorndon. Will dated 
14 January 1879, proved at Leicester 26 June 
1879, by Sir Frederick Thomas Fowke, Baronet, 
and Robert Bristow Berridge. 



=Gertrude Emily, 2nd dau. of Sir William 
Edmund Cradock-Hartopp of Four Oaks 
Park, co. Warwick, 3rd Baronet, by Jane 
Mary his wife, eldest dau. of Henry Bloom- 
field Keane ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Chelsea, 
co. Middlesex, 2 July 1851 ; died at 25 
Eccleston Square, London, 9 October, bur. 
at Quorndon 13 October 191 1. Will dated 
13 August 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 219, 
1912) 3 February 19 12, by George Francis 
Farnham, son. 




William Edward John Basil Farnham of Quorndon House ; born at= 
16 Lowndes Square, London, 18 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 13 August 1855 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1874, B.A. 1879, 
M.A. 1883; J.P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1887; 
F.R.H.S. ; Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry; died at 
Brighton on Thursday, 30 June, bur. at Quorndon on Tuesday, 
5 July 1 9 10. Will 
dated 4 June 19 10, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 

573. '9") 22 A P ril 
1911, by George 
Francis Farnham, 
brother. 




Catherine Matilda Annie 
Georgina, of The Heights, 
Witley, co. Surrey, 2nd 
dau. of Sir Francis Scott 
of Great Barr, co. Stafford, 
3rd Baronet; born at Great 
Barr Hall 6 December 
1858, bapt. at Great B^irr 
20 April 1859 ; marr. there 
on Thursday, 9 November 



(See Pedigree of Scott, 
page 175.) 



Lilian Mildred 
Gertrude, born 
at 12 Grafton 
Street, London, 
1 8 February 
1884, bapt. at 
Quorndon. 



John Adrian George= 
Farnham, born at 
Quorndon House 
5 March, bapt. at 
Quorndon 1 1 May 
1890. 



=Elizabeth Doris, only child of Colonel Michael Alexander 
Wilsone Swinfen-Broun of Swinfen Hall, Lichfield, co. 
Stafford, by Laura his wife, dau. of James Crossley Eno 
of Wood Hall, Dulwich, co. Surrey, and widow of Joseph 
Macnaughton Fleming, M.D. ; born at Swinfen Hall on 
Friday, 10 February 1893 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Saturday, 1 February 1913. 

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I 

Sarah Anne, born at Quorn- 
don, co. Leicester, 17 July 
1796; died unmarried at 6 
Palmeira Square, Hove, co. 
Sussex, 28 July 1875, bur. at 
Quorndon. Will dated 25 
September 1857, with two 
codicils dated 2 February 
1867 and 14 July 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 649, 75) 
28 August 1875, by Edward 
Basil Farnham, brother, and 
Edward Bourchier Hartopp. 



Rev. the Hon ble William Chafie= 
Henniker (youngest son of John 
Minet, 3rd Baron Henniker) ; 
born 13 March 1813 ; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1834; Rector of Great 
Bealings, co. Suffolk, 1 2 March 
1838; died at Dedham, co. 
Essex, aged 33, 28 August 
1845. Will dated 14 February 
1844, proved (P.C.C. 716, 45) 
29 September 1845, by the 
Hon ble Mary Eliza Henniker, 
relict. 



I 
=Mary Eliza, born at Quorndon 
10 November 1804; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 28 September 1842 ; 
died at 48 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London, on Sunday, 
4 August 1878, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. 
Will dated 12 November 
1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 
791, 78) 3 October 1878, by 
Philip Witham and Richard 
Ward, Barrister-at-Law. 



George Francis Farnham of Quorndon House, 
co. Leicester, and of 4 Chantrey House, Eccles- 
ton Street, London ; born 9 September, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Brighton, co. Sussex, 7 October 
1859 ; educated at Eton and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 June 1878, 
B.A. 1883, M.A. 1885. 



Charles John Farnham, born 17 July, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 27 
August 1862 ; educated at Wellington 
College ; died at Rome, aged 20, on 
Tuesday, 30 January, buried at Quorndon 
6 March 1883. 




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Carleton of ^reattspears, 
(Kjribrttige, co. jflJltttolesejr* 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Gules a chevron erminois 
between three cinquefoils or, TarLeton ; 2nd and 
3rd, Argent on a fesse dancettee between three 
mullets azure as many bezants, Dimsdale. On an 
escutcheon of pretence : Quarterly : 1st and 4th, 
Azure a fesse dancettee between ten billets or 
four in chief and six in base, D'Eyncourt ; 
2nd and 3rd, Gules three leopards' faces or jessant- 
de-lis azure over all a bend of the last, Tennyson. 

Crest. — A mural crown thereon a leopard's 
face all between two ostrich feathers proper. 

Motto. — Post nubila Phcebus. 



Thomas Tarleton of Boles-= 
worth Castle, co. Chester 
(eldest son of Thomas 
Tarleton of Aigburth, co. 
Lancaster, and of Bolesworth 
Castle, by Mary his wife, 
3rd dau. and coheir of 
Lawrence Robinson of 
Clitheroe, co. Lancaster) ; 
born in Liverpool 20 June 
1776; educated at Eton; 
Cornet 1st Royals 4 June 
1796, of 1 2 th Light Dragoons 
24 July 1802 (half- pay 25 
June 1815), Captain 26th 
Dragoons, afterwards of 1 2th 
Dragoons ; A.D.C. to his 
uncle, Sir Banastre Tarleton, 
Baronet, G.C.B., in Portugal 
and Ireland ; sold the Boles- 
worth estates in 1826 ; died 
at Chorlton Lodge, co. Ches- 
ter, aged 60, 3 July 1836, 
bur. at Malpas, co. Chester. 



^Frances, 3rd dau. of 
Philip Egerton of 
Egerton and Oulton, 
both co. Chester, by 
Mary his wife, sister 
and sole heir of Sir 
John Haskin Eyles 
Styles, 4th Baronet ; 
marr. at Backford, 
co. Chester, 23 April 
1805; died at Eccles- 
ton,co. Chester, aged 
83, 29 August 1862, 
bur. at Malpas. Will 
dated 20 May 1857, 
with codicil dated 
26 January 1859, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
579, 62) 9 October 
1862, by Mary 
Tarleton, spinster, 
daughter, and John 
Walter Tarleton, son. 



Mary, born at Chester 10 
February 1806 ; died un- 
married at 10 Gloucester 
Street, Warwick Square, 
London, aged 82, on Fri- 
day, 3 August 1888. Will 
dated 18 February 1887, 
with codicil dated 4 Feb- 
ruary 1888, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1015,88) 27 November 
1888, by Charles Comyns 
Tucker, Barrister -at -Law, 
nephew, and Fanny Tucker, 



His Honour Richard Leigh Trafford of=j=Eliza Frances, 
Oughtrington, co. Chester (son of Trafford born at Clover- 
Leigh of Oughtrington Hall, who assumed ley Hall, Whit- 
surname of Trafford, 5 December 1790); born church, co. 
30 April 1800; educated at Rugby and at Salop, 16 De- 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1822, M.A. cember 1807 ; 
1826; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar marr. at Malpas 
5 May 1823 ; Judge of County Courts for 26 April 1832 ; 
Warwickshire March 1847, retired October died at Rugby 
1862 ; formerly Commissioner in Bankruptcy at ioJanuaryi859, 
Manchester; died at 100 Gloucester Place, buried there. 
Portman Square, London, 27 January 1864, 
bur. at Rugby. Will dated 1 March i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 137, 64) 15 February 1864, 
by George Trafford, Barrister-at-Law, and John 
Leigh Trafford, sons. /^ 



Fanny, born at 
Cloverley Hall 
3 November 
1808 ; died at 
Penley Hall, co. 
Flint 9 July 
1818, bur. at 
Malpas. 



Rev. William Hodgson, D.D. ; admitted 1 
Pensioner of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 27 
March 1819, B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1823, 
Fellow 1825, M.A. 1826, Tutor and Junior 
Bursar, D.D. 1833 ; Master of Peterhouse 
17 May 1838; Vicar of Cherry Hinton, co. 
Cambridge, 25 August 1836 ; Perpetual 
Curate of Christ Church, Colne, 28 January 
1838, and of Whitewell, both co. Lancaster, 
23 October 1838 ; Rector of Glaston, co. 
Rutland, 1838-47 ; died 16 October 1847, bur. in the 
College Chapel, Peterhouse, 23 October 1847. Will dated 
19 July 1842, proved (P.C.C. 853, 47) 30 November 1847, 
by the Rev. John Hodgson. /t\ 

118 



Charlotte, born at Cloverley Hall 
8 November 1809; marr. at 
Middlewich, co. Chester, 19 July 
1838 ; died at Eccleston, aged 50, 
28 March i860, bur. at Malpas. 
Adnion was granted at Chester 
23 May 1S60, to Mary Tarleton, 
spinster, aunt, and guardian of 
William Hodgson, Mary Hodg- 
son, spinster, and Thomas 
Tarleton Hodgson, minors, the 
only children of deceased. 



Thomas Tarleton, 
born at Cloverley 
Hall, Whitchurch, 
co. Salop, 9 Octo- 
ber 1810; Lieu- 
tenant Bombay 
Artillery 1828; 
died unmarried at 
Alexandria, Egypt, 
8 May 1832, bur. 
there. 



Admiral Sir John Walter Tarleton, K.C.B. ; born at= 
Cloverley Hall 8 November 181 1 ; entered the Navy 
in March 1824, Lieutenant 1835, Commander 1846, 
Captain 1852, Rear-Admiral 1868, Vice-Admiral 
1873, Admiral (retired) 15 June 1879; served as 
senior Naval Officer in Burmese War 1852 (medal 
with clasp); commanded H.M.S. •'Eurydice" and 
"Euryalus" 1858-60; Controller-General of the Coast 
Guard 9 April 1866 to February 1869, when office 
was abolished; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 23 August 
1 86 1 to 8 April 1868 ; a Lord Commissioner of the 
Admiralty 187 1-4; Admiral Superintendent of Naval 
Reserves 1874-77; C.B. for services in Burmah 5 
December 1853, K.C.B. 24 May 1873; received two silver medals from 
the Royal Humane Society for saving life, also a gold medal from the 
Congress of the United States for assisting to save the crew of the brig- 
of-war "Somers" foundered off Vera Cruz in 1846; died at' 58 Warwick 
Square, London, 25 September 1880, bur. at Malpas, co. Chester. Will 
dated 17 January 1878, with two codicils dated 3 May 1880 and 10 
June 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 904, 80) 19 November 1880, by Dame 
Finetta Esther Tarleton, relict, and Major- General Sir John Clayton 
Cowell, K.C.B. 



Commander Alfred Henry Tarleton,= 
M.V.O., of Breakspears, Uxbridge, co. 
Middlesex, and of 55 Prince's Gate, South 
Kensington, London ; born at 24 Kildare 
Terrace, Westbourne Park, London, on 
Friday, 16 May 1862 ; entered the Royal 
Navy in January 1874, Midshipman 21 
June 1877, Sub-Lieutenant 22 June 1881, 
Lieutenant 31 December 1884, retired in 
1888; Commander (emergency list) 1913; 
Order of Mercy 1902 ; M.V.O. (4th class) 
10 February 1904 ; a Knight of Grace 
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in England ; Hon. Equerry 
to H.R.H. the Duchess of Albany 1910; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Middlesex, High 
Sheriff 1903 ; Lord of the Manor of 
Cranfield, co. Bedford. 



: Henrietta Charlotte (Lady of 
Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jeru- 
salem in England), only child 
of Admiral Edwin Clayton 
Tennyson-d'Eyncourt, C.B., 
of Bayons Manor and of 
Usselby House, co. Lincoln, 
by Lady Henrietta (Pelham- 
Clinton) his wife, youngest 
dau. of Henry, 4th Duke of 
Newcastle, K.G.; born at 27 
Warwick Square, London, on 
Friday, 10 June 1864; marr. 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, on Wednesday, 8 
February 1888. 

(See Pedigree of Tennyson- 
D 1 Eyncourt, page 94..) 



=Finetta Esther, twin 
dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Robert, 4th 
Baron Dimsdale, of 
Camfield, co. Hert- 
ford, by Lucinda his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Manning of Won- 
ford House, co. 
Devon ; marr. at 
Essendon, co. Hert- 
ford, 27 August 
1 86 1 ; died at Essen- 
don on Tuesday, 2 1 
December 1886, bur. 
at Malpas. Admon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 
19 January 1887, 
to Alfred Henry 
Tarleton, Lieutenant 
Royal Navy, son. 



Mary Beatrice, born 
at 75 Belgrave Road, 
London, on Friday, 
7 August 1863. 



Edith Finetta, born 
at 75 Belgrave Road, 
London, on Satur- 
day, ro March 1866. 



Freda Henrietta (twin 
with Finetta), born at 
58 Warwick Square, 
London, 5 February, 
bapt. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, 1 7 
April 1890. 



Finetta (twin with Freda Hen- 
rietta), born at 58 Warwick Square 
5 February, bapt. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, 17 April 
1890 ; died 30 May following, 
bur. at St. Mary's, Harefield, co. 
Middlesex. 



Vera Constance, 
born at 58 War- 
wick Square 16 
April, bapt. at St. 
Gabriel's, War- 
wick Square, 14 
May 1896. 



Helen Maud, born 
at 58 Warwick 
Square 7 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at St. 
Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, 1 Novem- 
ber 1898. 



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Lieut.-Colonel William Tomkinson=j=Susan, born at 
of Willington Hall, co. Chester (4th Cloverley Hall, 
son of Henry Tomkinson of Whitchurch, co. 
Dorfold, Nantwich, co. Chester, by Salop, 7 Feb- 
Anne his wife, dau. of John Darling- ruary 1814 ; 
ton of Ashton, co. Chester) ; born marr. at Plem- 
18 June 1790 ; Lieutenant 16th stall, co. Ches- 
Light Dragoons 6 October i8o8~, ter, 9 February 
Captain 3 June 1812, Major 21 1836; died in 
June 18 19, Lieut.-Colonel (retired); 1870. 
served in Peninsular War 1809-14, 
severely wounded at the passage of 
the Douro (medal with four clasps) ; 
at battle of Waterloo 18 June 181 5 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Chester; died 
at Willington Hall, aged 82, on 
Monday, 26 August 1872. /\ 



Rev. Comyns Tucker (son=j=J 
of the Rev. Peter Comyns 
Tucker) ; admitted Pen- 
sioner of Peterhouse, Cam- 
bridge, 1 January 1826, 
B.A. (7th classic and 30th 
Wrangler) 1 830, M. A. 1 833, 
Fellow 1831, Classical 
Lecturer and Junior Bursar 
1836, Tutor and Senior 
Bursar 1837 ; Rector of 
Statherne, co. Leicester, 
25 September 1839, and of 
Washford Pyne, co. Devon, 
1 844-5 7 J died at Morchard 
Bishop, co. Devon, 24 
August 1857, bur. there. /\ 



ane, born at 
Cloverley Hall 
21 April 1815 ; 
marr. at Middle- 
wich, co. Ches- 
ter, 24 October 
1839 ; died 1 
May 1852, bur. 
at Morchard 
Bishop. 



Banastre Henry Tarle- 
ton, born at Penley 
Hall, co. Flint, 21 July 
1816; Lieutenant 96th 
Foot ; died unmarried 
at Newton Lodge, near 
Middlewich,co.Chester, 
aged 22, 18 December 
1838, bur. at Malpas, 
co. Chester. 



Anne, born at Penley Hall 15 
July 181 7 ; died 4 September 
181 9, bur. at Malpas. 



Edward Tarleton, born at 
Penley Hall 23 February 18 19, 
died 2 August following, bur. 
at Malpas. 



William Tarleton of= 
Hobart Town, Tas- 
mania ; born at 
Penley Hall 31 May 
1820 ; Assistant 
Police Magistrate of 
Hamilton,Tasmania, 
1842, afterwards at 
Hobart ; died at 
Hobart, aged 75, on 
Sunday, 7 July 1895. 



^Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of John 
Young of Hobart 
Town, formerly 
of the Hon ble 
East India Co.'s 
Naval Service ; 
marr. in 1852 ; 
died at Hobart. 



I 
John Walter Tarleton of Tasmania ; 

born there 39 June 1852. 



Robert Alston=Frances Egerton, born 18 August 1853 ; 
Murray. marr. at Hobart Town in September 1876. 



Elizabeth, born 24 
March 1855. 



William Tarleton, born 
in Tasmania 13 August 
1856. 



Leigh Trafford Tarleton, 
born in Tasmania 21 
September 1859. 



Helen Emma Boycott, 
born in Tasmania 11 
February 1866. 



PARMOOR. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Chequy ermines and argent 
on a chevron vert five horse-shoes or. 

Crest. — An ostrich's head couped argent gorged with a coronet of 
fleur-de-lys and holding in the beak a horse-shoe or. 

Supporters. — On either side a sea-horse proper supporting a spear 
therefrom flowing a pennon ermines charged with a swan 
rousant argent beaked and legged gules ducally gorged and 
chained or. 

Motto. — Fronti nulla fides. 



^armoor. 



Rev. Henry Cripps, 2nd son of Joseph Cripps of Cirencester, = 
co. Gloucester, MP. for Cirencester {see Pedigree of Cripps, 
Vol. 2, page 119), by Elizabeth his 1st wife, eldest dau. of 
Benjamin Harrison of Lee, co. Kent, Governor and Treasurer 
of Guy's Hospital ; born 20 October, bapt. at Cirencester 
5 December 1788 ; educated at the Grammar School, 
Reading, and at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 6 
December 1805, B.A. 1809, M.A. 1812; Curate of Preston 
All Saints' 6 October 1816, and Vicar 10 April 1816; Vicar 
of Stonehouse, both co. Gloucester, 4 November 1826 ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Gloucester ; died, aged 73, at the Vicarage, 
Preston, on Thursday, 7 November, bur. at Preston All 
Saints' 15 November 1861. M.I. and Memorial Window in 
the north wall of nave. Will dated 16 July 1861, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 682, 61) 11 December 1861, by Henry William 
Cripps, son, and Charles William Lawrence, nephew. 



=Judith (sister of Sir William Law- 
rence, 1st Baronet, F.R.S.), youngest 
dau. of William Lawrence of Ciren- 
cester, by Judith his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William Wood of Tetbury, co. 
Gloucester; born 22 July, bapt. at 
Cirencester 22 August 1786; marr. 
on Tuesday, 7 July 181 2; died at 
Oxford House, Cirencester, aged 86, 
on Sunday, 6 October, bur. at 
Preston All Saints' 12 October 1872. 
M.I. and Memorial Window. Will 
dated 19 February 1868, proved at 
Gloucester 26 October 1872, by 
Henry William Cripps, son. 



Robert Maurice Bonnor-Maurice of Bodynfoel, co. Montgomery (2nd=j= 
son of John Bonnor, by Jane his wife, only child and heir of the 
Rev. Richard Maurice of Bryn y Gwalie, co. Denbigh) ; born 22 
March 1805, bapt. at St. George- the-Martyr, Bloomsbury, London; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 May 1823, B.A. 1827, a 
student of the Inner Temple 1827 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Mont- 
gomery, High Sheriff 1 83 1 ; succeeded to the estates of his maternal 
uncle, the Rev. Robert Maurice of Lazarton, co. Dorset, and 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 20 December 1829, the additional 
name of Maurice ; died at Cannes, France, on Saturday, 27 April 
1872, bur. at Llanfechain, co. Montgomery. Will dated 29 July 1862, 
with three codicils dated 23 September 1867 to 18 October 187 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 457, 72) 13 July 1872, by Henry William 
Cripps, Edward Wells, M.D., and Judith Bonnor-Maurice, the relict. 

A 



Judith, born at Wiggold, 
Cirencester, 4 June, bapt. at 
Cirencester 7 July 181 3 ; marr. 
at Preston All Saints' on 
Saturday, 9 August 1834; 
died, aged 79, at 78 Inverness 
Terrace, Bayswater, London, 
on Tuesday, 26 January 1892, 
bur. at Llanfechain. Will 
dated 9 August 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 181, 92) 27 Feb- 
ruary 1892, by Edward Arthur 
BonnorMaurice, son. 



Henry Lawrence Cripps of Shifford, co. Oxford, and of The Grove,= 
Boltons, South Kensington, London ; born at 1 1 Walton Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 8 January, bapt. at Preston All 
Saints' 14 April 1846; educated at Winchester and at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1864, B.A. 1868; admitted a Solicitor 
in 187 1 ; Alderman of the London County Council; died, aged 69, 
on Thursday, 1 1 November, bur. at Frieth, co. Buckingham, on 
Wednesday, 17 November 191 5. Will dated 10 April 19 15, proved 
in the Principal Registry 17 January 1916, by Edward Stillwell Freeland 
and Charles Joseph Jackson. 



=Mary Pennington, dau. of 
Francis Rivers Freeling, 
Captain 6th Dragoon 
Guards (3rd son of Sir 
Francis Freeling, 1st 
Baronet) ; married in 
November 1872. 



Harry Rivers Cripps, born at 45 
Bernard Street, Russell Square, 
London, on Friday, 7 March 
1873 ; admitted a Solicitor 
August 1902. 

T 



Frederick Hugh Cripps, born at Clewer 
House, Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 7 March 1874 ; educated 
at Bradfield College (1 88 7-88) and at 
King's College, London (Engineering 
Department) ; Civil Engineer. 



William Arthur Law- 
rence Cripps, born at 
Clewer House, Kings- 
ton-on-Thames, on 
Monday, 22 March 
1875- 



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I 
Henry William Cripps of Beechwood, co. Buckingham, Recorder of Lichfield ;=r=Julia (his cousin) 



bom at Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 20 March, bapt. there 7 July 1815; 
educated at Winchester and at New College, Oxford, Scholar 1834-36,' 
B.A. 1837, M.A. 1842, Fellow 1836-45; of Lincoln's Inn 18 January 
1837, and of the Middle Temple 14 January 1840, called to the Bar 
8 May T840, Bencher 30 January 1866, Treasurer 1880; Recorder of 
Lichfield 30 November 1852, Q.C. 10 January 1866; J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Buckingham, Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions 1875, Chairman 
1889; Alderman of Buckingham County Council; a Pleader at the 
Parliamentary Bar, retired 1879; Chancellor of the Diocese of Oxford 
November 1883 ; died aged 84, at Beechwood, on Monday, 14 August, 
bur. at Fneth, co. Buckingham, on Friday, 18 August 1899. The tower 
of the parish church at Lane End, co. Buckingham, with a peal of bells, 
was erected to his memory in October 1900. Will dated 2 July 1896 
proved (Prin. Reg., n 64, 99) 
7 October 1899, °y Charles 
Alfred Cripps and Arthur 
Devereux Cripps, sons. 




eldest dau. of Charles 
Lawrence of The 
Querns, Cirencester, 
by Lydia his wife, 
dau. of Devereux 
Bowly of Chesterton 
House, Cirencester ; 
marr. at Preston All 
Saints', co. Gloucester 
(by the Rev. Henry 
Cripps) on Tuesday, 
25 March 1845 ; died, 
aged 92, at Beech- 
wood, on Saturday, 13 
July, bur. at Frieth 
on Tuesday, 16 July 
1912. 



Theodore Stretch=j=Julia Marina, born 



(eldest son of the 
Ven ble Theodore 
Carlos Benoni 
Stretch, Archdeacon 
of Ballarat, Victoria, 
Australia, by Martha 
his wife); bapt. at 
Potterspury, co. 
Northampton ; of 
New College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated T4 
October 1864, B.A. 
1867, M.A. 1872. /K 



at 11 Walton Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, on Saturday, 16 
January, bapt. at 
Preston All Saints' 
4 April 1847 ; marr. 
at Hambledon, co. 
Buckingham, on 
Wednesday, 16 April 
1873- 



Rev. Francis Loche"e Nash (3rd son=j= 
of the Rev. George Nash, Vicar of 
St. Michael's, Louth, co. Lincoln) ; 
born at Weston, co. Nottingham, 19 
April 1855, bapt. there; of New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 
October 1873, aged 18, Scholar 
1873-78; B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880; 
Curate of Mendmenham 1880-81, of 
Buckingham 1882, and of Frieth, all 
co. Buckingham 1882-89; Diocesan 
Inspector for the Deaneryof Wycombe 
1891-1902; Vicar of Lane End, co. 
Buckingham, 1889. /^ 



Katharine .Alice, 
born at Preston 
on Saturday, 22 
July, baptised 
at Preston All 
Saints' 20 August 
1848; marr. at 
Frieth on Wed- 
nesday, 3 January 
1883. 



Bernard Kedington Rodwell Wilkinson,=Margaret Mary, born at Clewer House, Kingston-on- 
youngest son of Colonel Josiah Wilkinson Thames, on Friday, 31 March 1876; marr at St 
of Southampton Lodge, Highgate, co. Margaret's, Westminster, on Saturday, 30 June iqoo 
Middlesex, V.D. J * 



John Milo Cripps, born Edwin Ramsay Moodie=Helen Agatha, born at Seething A daughter 

at Clewer House, Kings- eldest son of Edwin Wells, co. Surrey, on Friday, born at Seething 

ton-on-Thames, 22 July Ramsay Moodie of 3 January 1879, marr. at St. Wells on Friday, 

l8 77- Rock Ferry, co. Margaret's, Westminster, on 9 January 1880! 

Chester. Wednesday, 18 June 1902. 



Edith Julia Henrietta, 
born at Seething Wells 
on Saturday, 17 Sep- 
tember 1 881; died 
there, aged 11 months, 
on Saturday, 5 August 
1882. 



Bernard Day (youngest son of Frank Day of Wyforne,=Lydia Dorothy, 
Woodspeen, Newbury, co. Berks) ; born at 89 Harley marr. at Speen] 
Street, London, 9 February 1881 ; educated at Hailebury co. Berks, on 
aod at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 2 October Tuesday, ' 8 
1899; B.A. 1902, M.B., B.C. 1909, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. February 1910. 
Lond. 1908; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon European 
Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States; 
formerly Ophthalmic House Surgeon, St. George's 
Hospital, London. 

I2 5 



Rev. John Sayer Haygarth (only son of the Rev. John=j=Eleanor, born at Wiggold, Ciren- 



Haygarth, Rector of Upham, co. Hants, by Sophia his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Prebendary Poulter of Winchester) ; 
born at Winchester 14 July 1810, bapt. there ; educated at 
Winchester and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 23 December 1829, matriculated 1830, B.A. 1835, 
M.A. 1846 ; Principal of the Royal Agricultural College, 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 1851-59; died, aged 47, at 
Cirencester, 7 April, bur. there 14 April 1859. Memorial 
Window in the North Transept of Preston All Saints', co. 
Gloucester. Will dated 4 April 1856, proved at Gloucester 
1 June 1859, by Eleanor Haygarth, relict. 



cester, 13 December 181 6, bapt. 
at Cirencester 21 February 181 7 ; 
marr. at Preston All Saints', 
on Tuesday, 27 July 1841 ; 
died, aged 76, at Siddington, 
co. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 
5 July, bur. there 8 July 1893. 
Will dated 21 June 1893, proved 
at Gloucester 21 July 1893, by 
Edward Brownlow Haygarth, son. 



Blanche, 5th dau.= 
of Richard Potter 
of Rusland Hall 
and Standish 
House, co. Glou- 
cester; marr. at All 
Saints', Knights- 
bridge, London, 
on Thursday, 26 
July 1877; died at 
2 Stratford Place, 
Oxford Street, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 1 June 1905. 
1 st wife. 



=William Harrison Cripps of Glendar^iel, co. Argyll, of=Giulia Orfeo, 

The Pavilion, Fishery, Galashiels, co. Selkirk, and of youngest dau. ot 

2 Stratford Place, Oxford Street, London ; born at 1 1 Colonel Michall 

Walton Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 15 N. Ravogli of 

January, bapt. privately at Cirencester and received into Rome ; marr. 

the church at Preston All Saints' 30 March 1850; at the Catholic 

M.R.C.S. 1872, F.R.C.S. 1875 ; Consulting Surgeon to Church,Spanish 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, formerly Senior Surgeon ; Place, London, 

Vice-President Pathological Society, Member of Council on Saturday, 2 

Royal College of Surgeons, Chairman Metropolitan February 1907. 

Electric Supply Company; Lieut. -Colonel Royal Army 2nd wife. 
Medical Corps (1st London General Hospital 31 July 
1908); Lord of the Barony of Glendaruel ; Author of 
" Ovariotomy and Abdominal Surgery " and other works. 



William Lawrence Cripps, 
of 9D Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Mansions, London ; 
born on Wednesday, 10 
April, bapt. at Frieth, 
co. Gloucester, 19 May 
1878; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1896, 
B.A. 1899; M.B., B.C. 
1904, F.R.C.S. Eng. 1907, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 
1903 ; formerly House 
Surgeon St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London. 



Thomas Jefferson Faulder of 6 Harley Street,=Blanche Julia, 

London (2nd son of R. B. Faulder of Yewtree, born at Frieth, 

Thursby, Carlisle, co. Cumberland) ; of Clare on Thursday, 

College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 1 1 September, 

Term 1889, B.A. (Grindal Exhibitioner and senior bapt. there 5 

Classical Scholar and 1st- class Classical Tripos) October 1879; 

1892, M.B., B.C., M.A. 1905; F.R.C.S. Eng. marr. at the 

1904, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1903; Jeaffreson parish church, 

Exhibitioner St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1898, 1st Marylebone, 

Scholar in Chemistry, Physiology, and Histology London, on 

1899, in Anatomy and Biology 1900, and Bracken- Friday, 2 Sep- 

bury Scholar 1903; Chief Assistant Throat tember 1904. 
Department St. Bartholomew's Hospital; Surgeon- 
Captain 5th London Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery, Territorial Force ; Author of " Direct 
CEsophagoscopy " and other works. 



126 






Edward Wells, M.D. (6th= 
son of the Rev. George 
Wells) j bapt. at Wiston, 
co. Sussex ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 10 November 1831, 
aged 16, B.A. 1836, M.A. 
1839, Fellow of New 
College 1832-43; M.B. 
1840; Radcliffe travelling 
Fellow, University Col- 
lege, 1840-49; M.D. 
1845; Surgeon Reading 
Hospital ; died at Vent- 
nor, Isle of Wight, 13 
April 1885, bur. in the 
cemetery at Reading, co. 
Berks. Will dated 10 
June 1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 487, 85) 22 May 
1885, by Charlotte Emma 
Wells, relict. 



=Charlotte Emma, 
born at Wiggold, 
Cirencester, co. Glou- 
cester, 20 March, 
bapt. at Cirencester 
25 April 18 1 8 ; marr. 
at Preston All Saints', 
co. Gloucester, on 
Tuesday, 2 August 
1 842 ; diedat Reading 
on Wednesday, 30 
August, bur. in the 
cemetery at Reading 
on Tuesday, 5 Sep- 
tember 1905. Will 
dated 19 January 
1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1653, 1905) 
8 December 1905, 
by the Rev. Martin 
Thomas Friend and 
Charles Outen Full- 
brook-Leggatt. 



Charles Daubeny= 
(2nd son of the 
Rev. George William 
Daubeny of Seend 
House, co. Wilts, 
LL.D., by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. CharlesCrawley, 
Rector of Stowe, co. 
Northampton) ; born 
at Bath, co. Somer- 
set, 2 2 April 1 8 1 6 ; 
educated at Ilmin- 
ster; M.R.C.S. 1841; 
died, aged 78, at 
The Brow, Combe 
Down, Bath, on Fri- 
day, 27 December 
1895, bur. at Monk- 
ton Combe, co. 
Somerset, 1 January 
1896. 



■Sarah Maria, born at 
Preston 22 July, bapt. 
at Preston All Saints' 
31 August 18 1 9 ; marr. 
there (by her brother-in- 
law, the Rev. John Sayer 
Haygarth) on Thurs- 
day, 14 August 1856 ; 
died, aged 87, at The 
Brow, Combe Down, 
Bath, on Sunday, 18 
November, bur. at 
Monkton Combe 22 
November 1906. Will 
dated 22 February 
1896, proved (Prin. 

Reg-, 159°. T 9° 6 ) l 9 
December 1906, by 
Charles William Dau- 
beny and Edward 
Brownlow Haygarth. 



Rev. Frederick Henry Slocock (son of Edmund Slocock of Newbury, co.= 
Berks, by Elizabeth Green way his wife) ; born 4 July 1844, bapt. at 
Newbury ; of Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1863, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870; Curate of Hambleden, co. Buckingham, 
1870-74, of Bray, co. Berks, 1874-76 ; Vicar of Wootton Warren, co. 
Warwick, 1876-86, of Mottisfont 1886, and of Eldon, both co. Hants, 
1894 ; Assistant Diocesan Inspector of Schools, Winchester, 1895 ; 
died, aged 56, at the Rectory, Mottisfont, on Saturday, 16 February, bur. 
at Mottisfont 21 February 1901. Will dated 9 October 1880, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 644, 1901) 9 May 1901, by Judith Emily Slocock, relict. 



'Judith Emily, of 
Parmoor, Henley- 
on-Thames, co. 
Oxford ; born at 
West Ilsley, co. 
Berks, on Saturday, 
2 1 June, bapt. there 
31 July 1 85 1 ; marr. 
at Hambleden 20 
August 1872. 



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Alfred Standish Cripps, born at Standish Richard Harrison Cripps, 

House, co. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 24 born at 2 Stratford Place, 

August, bapt. at Frieth, co. Gloucester, Oxford Street, London, 

22 September 1881. _ on Friday, 22 December 

T 1882, bapt. at Frieth 25 

I March 1883. 
A son born at Wairamarama, 
Juaka, New Zealand, on 
Monday, 23 February 19 14. 



Rosa Beatrice, born 
at 2 Stratford Place 
on Saturday, 26 
September, bapt. at 
Frieth 25 October 
1885. 



Major Henry Harrison Cripps, D.S.O., born at 2 Stratford Place on Monday, 20 June, bapt. 
at Frieth 24 July 1887; educated at Marlborough College and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers 4 May 1907, Lieutenant 29 January 
1910, Captain 24 December 1914, temporary Major 3 November 1915 ; served in European 
War 1914, landed at Cape Helles (Gallipoli) with 29th Division 25 April 1915; took part 
in evacuations of both Suvla and Helles (brevet of Major, mentioned three times in 
despatches, D.S.O. 1916, wounded); served in France in 1916 (wounded). 



127 



Edward Cripps of Cirencester, co. Gloucester ; born ate 
Preston, co. Gloucester, 4 August 1822, bapt. at Ciren- 
cester 2 January 1823; died, aged 62, at Cirencester, 
on Tuesday, 26 May 1885, bur. in the cemetery at 
Cirencester. Memorial Brass to him and his wife in 
nave of parish church. Will dated 7 August 1868, with 
codicil dated 7 December 1884, proved at Gloucester 
2 July 1885, by Frances Augusta Cripps, relict, and 
Edward Charles Cripps, son. 



^Frances Augusta, youngest dau. 
of Charles Harding of Bole 
Hall, near Tamworth, co. War- 
wick ; born at Tamworth 20 
April 1825; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Henry Cripps) on Thursday, 
18 May 1854, marriage settlements 
dated 17 May; died, aged 71, at 
Cirencester, on Thursday, 17 
September 1896, bur. in the 
cemetery at Cirencester. Will 
dated 5 January 1893, proved at 
Gloucester 6 November 1896, by 
Charles Harding and Edward 
Brownlow Haygarth, nephews. 



Edward Charles Cripps of Cirencester ; bom at Cirencester 
5 March, bapt. at the parish church, Cirencester, 1 May 1855 ; 
M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Lond. ; died, aged 54, at Thomas 
Street House, Cirencester, on Tuesday, 25 May 1909, bur. 
in the cemetery at Cirencester. Will dated 20 November 
1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 910, 1909) 10 June 1909, by 
Emily Frances Stoughton Cripps, relict. 



=Emily Frances Stoughton, dau. 
of Jabez Henry Elliott of 
Andover, co. Hants, J. P.; born 
10 January i860; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Andover, on Thursday, 
17 June 1886. 



Rt Hon ble Sir Charles Alfred Cripps, Baron Parmoor, K.C.V.O., K.C. ;= 
born at West Ilsley, co. Buckingham, on Sunday, 3 October 1852, bapt 
there ■ educated at Winchester and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 October 187 1, Scholar 187 1, B.A. 1874 (1st Math. Mods 1873. 
ist-class Hist. 1874, ist-class Law 1875, ist-class B.C.L. 1876), M.A 
1870 Fellow of St. John's College 1875-81; Senior Studentship Inns of 
Court 1876, of the Middle Temple, called to the Bar 13 June 1877, 
QC 1890 Bencher 1893, and Treasurer 1916; Attorney-General to 
successive Princes of Wales 1895-1901, 1901-10, and 1910-14; Chancellor 
and Vicar-General of York 1900, and Vicar-General of Canterbury 1902 ; 
Chairman of Canterbury House of Laymen and a Member of its Committee 
mio a Governor and Fellow of Winchester College; J.P. for co. 
Buckingham, and Chairman of Quarter Sessions ; M.P. for co. Gloucester 
(Stroud division) 1895-1900, for co. Lancaster (Stretford division) 1901 
-1906 and for Buckinghamshire (Wycombe division) 21 January 1910 
until 'his elevation to the Peerage as Baron Parmoor of Fneth, co. 
Buckingham, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 16 January 1914; 
K.C.V.O. 9 November 1908; Judicial Member of the Privy Council 
21 January 1914. 



Theresa, 6th dau. 
of Richard Potter 
of Standish House, 
co. Gloucester, and 
of Rusland Hall, 
co. Lancaster ; 
born at Hemp- 
stead, co. Glou- 
cester, 5 October 
1852; marr. at 
Rusland on Thurs- 
day, 20 October 
1 88 1 ; died at 
Parmoor, Henley- 
on-Thames, co. 
Oxford, on Mon- 
day, 22 May, bur. 
at Frieth 26 May 
1893. 



Alfred Henry Seddon Cripps, born at Standish House on Sunday 27 August bapt 1 rt 
Frieth 27 October 1882 ; of New College, Oxford, B.A. 1907 J of the Middle lemple, called 
to the Bar 18 November 1907; J.P. for co. Buckingham; 2nd Lieutenant Queens Own 
Worcestershire Hussars May 1915, Lieutenant January 1916. 



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Louisa Elizabeth, born at Preston, co. Gloucester, 10 October, bapt. at Preston All Saints' 
a December 1824; died at Preston, Kendrick Road, Reading, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 26 
September, bur. in Caversham Cemetery, co. Berks, on Friday, 29 September 1916. Will dated 
6 May 1915, proved in the Principal Registry 28 October 1916, by Francis Henry Cripps, nephew 



Francis Henry Cripps of Pyports, Cobham, co. Surrey^ 
born at Cirencester, co. Gloucester, on Sunday, 29 June, 
bapt. at the parish church, Cirencester, 20 August 1856 ; 
educated at Cheltenham College; J.P. for co. Surrey. 



=Fanny Maria, youngest 
dau. of Thomas Davies 
of Bank House, Cardi- 
gan, by Mary Crunn 
his wife, dau. of David 
Lloyd ; born 6 June 
1858, bapt. at Cardigan ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Cardigan, on Thursday, 
7 September 1882. 



John Harding 
Cripps, bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Ciren- 
cester, 30 July 
1858; died, 
aged 24, at 
Cirencester, on 
Wednesday, 23 
May 1883, bur. 
there. 

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Frank Eustace Cripps, born at ; 
Leatherhead, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
10 August 1883; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted 1897, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford ; Lieutenant 
Army Service Corps October 1915. 



=Marjory Elinor, youngest dau. of Major-General Charles 
Osbaldeston Lukin, Colonel 41st Regiment Madras Native 
Infantry, by Emily Charlotte his wife, eldest dau. of Charles 
Rivers Freeling ; born 1 August 1880, bapt. same day at 
St. Mary's, Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford ; marr. at All 
Saints', Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 12 June 1908. 

(See Pedigree of Lukin, Vol. 7, page 36.) 



Dorothy Joan, born at Effingham, 
co. Surrey, on Sunday, 9 July 191 1, 
bapt. there. 



Phyllis Ann, born at Great Bookham, 
co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 10 February 
19 14, bapt. there. 



Robert Taunton Raikes of Treberfydd, co. Brecon, and of 
171 Victoria Street, Westminster (only son of Robert Raikes 
of Treberfydd, D.L., by Frances his wife, 2nd dau. of Sir 
William Elias Taunton (see Pedigree of Taunton, Vol. 4, 
page 161) of Freeland Lodge, co. Oxford, Judge in the 
Court of King's Bench; born 15 April 1843; Postmaster of 
Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 14 June 1862, B.A. 
1866, M.A. 1869; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 
1869; admitted a Solicitor 1879; J.P. for co. Brecknock. 
He married istly, 20 August 1868, Sophia Jane, 2nd dau. 
of Henry Monro, M.D., by Jane Eliza his wife, dau. of Sir 
William Russell, Baronet; she died 7 April 1872. 



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=Rosa Margaret, 
born at 28 
Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 8 Jan- 
uaryi854; marr. 
at Frieth, co. 
Buckingham, on 
Wednesday, 2 
January 1878. 
2nd wife. 



Frederick Edward 
Cripps, born at 
Ipsden House, co, 
Oxford, on Friday, 
27 April 1855 ; 
died at Hailey- 
bury College, aged 
16, on Saturday. 
24 June 187 1, bur. 
at Frieth. 



Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton of 19 Old Court Mansions, Kensington^ 
London (youngest son of Sir Alfred Mordaunt Egerton, K.C.V.O., C.B., 
formerly Colonel Royal Horse Guards, and Comptroller of the Household 
to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, by the Hon ble Mary Georgina (Ormsby- 
Gore) his wife, elder dau. of William Richard, 2nd Lord Harlech) ; born 
n October 1886, bapt. at Glyn, Harlech, co. Merioneth; educated at Eton, 
London University, Nancy University, and Gena University ; B.Sc. Lond. 
1905 ; Captain (temporary) University of London Officers' Training Corps 
1907-16; seconded to Ministry of Munitions as Consulting Chemist 
Propellent Department and as Inspector of Filling Factories. 



=Ruth Julia, born at 
32 Elm Park Gardens, 
Chelsea, on Monday, 
17 March, bapt. at 
Frieth 1 June 1884; 
marr. there on 
Thursday, n July 
1912. 



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Dorothea, born at Preston, co. Gloucester, 
15 September 1826, bapt. at Preston All 
Saints' 31 May 1827 ; died at Preston, 
Kendrick Road, Reading, co. Berks, 4 
February 19 14, bur. in Caversham Cemetery, 
co. Berks. Will dated 10 October 1908, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 386, 14) 3 March 1914, 
by Edward Brownlow Haygarth, nephew. 



Isabella, born at Preston 19 August, bapt. at 
Preston All Saints' 2 October 1828; died at 
Preston, Kendrick Road, Reading, on Monday, 
24 January, bur. in Caversham Cemetery on 
Friday, 28 January 1916. Will dated 26 May 
1914, with codicil dated 3 May 191 5, proved in 
the Principal Registry 4 March 1916, by Francis 
Henry Cripps, nephew. 



Tom Edmund Livingston Oakley= 
of Esher, co. Surrey (youngest 
son of Colonel Sir Henry Oakley, 
V.D., of 37 Chester Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, by 
Frances C. E. his wife, dau. of 
Francis Thompson of the Hon ble 
East India Co.'s Service) ; born 
at Green Lanes, Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex, 24 November 1858. 



=FrancesEmily, born 
at Cirencester, co. 
Gloucester, on Tues- 
day, 3 January, bapt. 
atthe parishchurch, 
Cirencester, 29 Feb- 
ruary i860 ; marr. 
there on Wednes- 
day, 19 August 
1885. 



Adam Robert Hamil- 
ton Oakley of Hamp- 
stead, co. Middlesex 
(3rd son of Colonel 
Sir Henry Oakley, 
V.D.); born 14 Sep- 
tember 1856. 



=Ellen Judith, 
born at Ciren- 
cester 13 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at 
the parish 
church, Ciren- 
cester, 25 Feb- 
ruary 1 86 1 ; 
marr. there 26 
April 1892. 



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Edward Stewart Cripps, born at Leatherhead, co. Surrey, Dick Surtees Cripps, born at 



on Thursday, 22 October 1885 ; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1899, and at Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1907 
Flight- Commander Royal Naval Air Service 191 7. 



25 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, on Monday 1 1 
June 1900; educated at Eton, 
admitted in April 1913. 



Rev. Alfred Herbert Stanton (2nd son of the Rev. William=f=Edith Eleanor, born at 12 Walton 



Henry Stanton of Farmington, co. Gloucester, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Charles Lawrence of The Querns, Cirencester) ; 
born 1 April 1856, bapt. at Farmington; Scholar of New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1874, B.A. 1879, 
M.A. 1883 ; Rector of Llangasty-Tal-y-Llyn, co. Brecon, 
1886, and of Hambleden, co. Buckingham, 1896. 



Place, Upper Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, on Monday, 26 January 1857, 
bapt. at Ipsden, co. Oxford ; marr. 
at Frieth, co. Buckingham, on 
Wednesday, 3 January 1883. 



Major Frederick Heyworth 
Cripps, born at 32 Elm 
Park Gardens, Chelsea, on 
Saturday, 4 July, bapt. at 
Frieth, co. Buckingham, 12 
September 1885 ; educated 
at Winchester, and at New 
College, Oxford ; Major 
Royal Buckinghamshire 
Hussars ; served in Galli- 
poli Campaign (seriously 
wounded 21 August 191 5). 



Leonard Harrison Cripps, born at 32= 
Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, on Thurs- 
day, 21 April, bapt. at Frieth 12 June 
1887 ; educated at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant 4th 
Hussars 6 March 1907; Lieutenant 
15 September 1909; Lieutenant 4th 
Hussars (Special Reserve) 3 May 191 1 ; 
Staff Captain 191 5; served in European 
War (wounded October 1914, mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 19 
October 191 4) ; Secretary to Minister of 
Munitions. 



=Miriam Barbara, only 
child of the Rt. Hon ble 
Sir Matthew Ingle Joyce, 
by Miriam Bertha his 
wife, dau. of Sir William 
Jackson, 1st Baronet); 
born 30 June 1893, bapt. 
at Weald, co. Kent ; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Satur- 
day, 5 April 1 91 3. 



Matthew Anthony Leonard Cripps, born at 
8 Montagu Street, Marylebone, London, on 
Tuesday, 30 December 19 13, bapt. at Frieth 
22 February 19 14. 

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Charles Thomas Joyce Cripps, born at 
8 Montagu Street, Marylebone, on Saturday, 
7 October, bapt. at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London, 14 November 1916. 



Rev. Alan Whitmore Cornwall (only son of the Rev. Alan Kingscote=j=Alice Louisa, born 



Cornwall of Uley, co. Gloucester, by Sophia Ann his wife, dau. of Robert 
Whitmore) ; born at Uley 4 October, bapt. at Owlpen, co. Gloucester, in 
November 1858; educated at Eton and at University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 May 1877, aged 18; B.A. 1881, M.A. 1885; Curate of 
Cirencester 1S84-90, of St. Catherine's, Gloucester, 1890-91 ; Rural 
Dean of South Forest 1897-99, an d °f Hawkesbury 1910; Vicar of 
Coleford 1891-99, of Thornbury, both co. Gloucester, and Chaplain 
of Thornbury Union 1899; Hon. Canon of Gloucester 1911. 



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at Cirencester on 
Wednesday, 6 Au- 
gust, bapt. a"t the 
parish church, 
Cirencester, 24 Oc- 
tober 1862 ; marr. 
there on Thursday, 
13 April 1893. 



Major Herbert Timbrell McClellan of Chiltern Lodge, Shiplake-on- : 
Thames, co. Oxford (2nd son of the Rev. John Brown McClellan, 
Principal of the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, by Emily Elliott 
his wife, dau. of James Parker Pierce) ; born at Bottisham, co. Cambridge, 
12 February 1868, bapt. there; educated at St. Peter's, York; served in 
the ranks 7 years 287 days; 2nd Lieutenant 4th Hussars n July 1894; 
transferred to 4th Dragoon Guards 8 August 1894, Lieutenant 31 July 
1895, Captain 1 April 1900, Major 8th Hussars 6 May 1905; served at 
operations on North -VVest Frontier of India 1897-98 with Tirah 
Expeditionary Force (medal with clasp) ; served in European War (severely 
wounded in France in December 1914). /K 



=Mary Janet, born 
at Cirencester on 
Saturday, 19 
March, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Cirencester, 18 
May 1864 ; marr. 
there on Tuesday, 
28 August 1894. 



Arthur Devereux Cripps of High-= 
fields, Marlow, co. Buckingham ; 
born at Ipsden House, co. Oxford, 
on Tuesday, 18 May 1858 ; died, 
aged 45, at Virginia Water, co. 
Berks, on Wednesday, 30 De- 
cember 1903, bur. at Frieth, 
co. Buckingham. Will dated 
25 February 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 156, 1904) 27 February 
1904, by Georgina Amelia Cripps, 
relict. 



= Georgina Amelia, of St. Ives, 
Maidenhead, co. Berks, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Frederick 
Harry Hotham, Rector of Rush- 
bury, co. Salop, by Eleanor his 
wife, 4th dau. of Robert Gosling 
of Botleys Park, co. Surrey ; 
born in September 1856, bapt. 
at Rushbury ; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Valley End, Chob- 
ham, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
3 January 1889. 



Mary Josephine, born at 
Ipsden House on Friday, 
14 October 1859, bapt. at 
Preston All Saints', co. 
Gloucester, 1 January i860; 
died, aged 3 months, at 
10 Walton Place, Upper 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 9 February, bur. 
at Preston All Saints' 12 
February i860. M.I. 



Richard Stafford Cripps of Fernacres Cottage,= 
Fulmer, co. Buckingham ; born at 32 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
24 April, bapt. at Frieth 16 June 1889 ; educated 
at Winchester and at University College, London ; 
of the Middle Temple, called to the Bar 1913; 
J. P. for co. Buckingham ; served with Red Cross 
1914-15. 



=IsobeI, younger dau. of Harold William 
Swithinbank of Denham Court, co. Buck- 
ingham, by Amy his wife, dau. of James 
Crossley Eno of Wood Hall, Dulwich, 
co. Surrey ; born at Denham Court on 
Sunday, 25 January, bapt. at Denham 23 
April 1 89 1 ; marr. there 12 July 191 1. 

(See Pedigree of Swithinbank, Vol. 7, 
page 152.) 



John Stafford Cripps, born at 
Fernacres Cottage on Friday, 
10 May, bapt. at Frieth 23 
June 1912. 



Isobel Diana, born at Fernacres 
Cottage on Tuesday, 2 September, 
bapt. at Frieth 19 October 1913. 



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Corner* 



Micah Corder of Great Coggeshall, co. Essex=j=Elizabeth Harrison, marr. at Great Coggeshall 



(eldest son of Micah Corder, by Mary Foster 
his ist wife); born 23 February 1755; died 
at Great Coggeshall, aged 31, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground at Great Coggeshall 
26 May 1786. 



in 1776; died at Great Coggeshall, aged 93, 
6 June, bur. there 10 June 1849. Will dated 
19 April 1847, proved (P.C.C. 832, 49) 29 
November 1849, by Mary Camppen, spinster. 



Micah Corder of Church Street, Stoke Newington, co.= 
Middlesex; born at Kelvedon, co. Essex, 8 April 1777; 
a Clerk in the Bank of England ; Churchwarden at Stoke 
Newington ; died at Church Street, Stoke Newington, 
aged 77, on Sunday, 24 September 1854, bur. there. 
Adfnon was granted (P.C.C.) 12 January 1858, to Micah 
Corder, son. 



=Frances Ann, only child of Dr. 
Edward Seaward of Stoke Newing- 
ton ; marr. at Stoke Newington in 
1804; died at Church Street, 
Stoke Newington, aged 72, on 
Thursday, 14 August 1851. 



Micah Corder of= 
Rotherhithe and Shad 
Thames, co. Surrey, 
afterwards of Bedfont, 
co. Middlesex ; born at 
Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex, 2 December 1808; 
died at Bedfont, aged 
7 9, on Saturday, 28 Jan- 
uary 1888, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bedfont. 



flfyrm, 



^Charlotte, dau. of Thomas 
and Elizabeth Hill ; born 
in 181 5 ; marr. at Camber- 
well, co. Surrey, 18 October 
1845 J died at Holdenhurst, 
Wey bridge, co. Surrey, 10 
April 1893. Will dated 8 
February 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 341, 93) 26 
April 1893, by Charlotte 
Elizabeth Corder and Rosa 
Frances Corder, spinsters, 
daughters, and Frederick 
and Micah Corder, sons. 



Thomas Andrew of= 
Paradise Row, Stoke 
Newington, and of 
Furnival's Inn, Lon- 
don ; born in 1807 ; 
died at 1 Park Place, 
Eltham, co. Kent, 27 
March 1880, bur. at 
Eltham. Will dated 
29 September 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
344, 80)17 April 1 880, 
by Thomas Andrew 
and William Andrew, 



=Emma Regina, 
born in 1 8 1 2 ; 
married at St. 

Mary's, Stoke 
Newington, on 
Tuesday, 4 De- 
cember 1832 ; 
died circa 1868, 
bur. at Eltham. 



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Micah Corder, born at Rotherhithe=Deborah Annie Charles Corder 

12 August 1846 ; educated at Bishop, born in of Yamballa, 

Blackheath Proprietary School ; 1867 ; marr. at Sydney, New 

of the Telegraph Construction and St. Barnabas', South Wales ; 

Maintenance Company; one of the Lambeth, co. born at Rother- 

Assistant Engineers employed in Surrey, 9 De- hithe,co.Surrey, 

laying the first Atlantic cable ; died cember 1890. 2 January 1848; 

at Melford House, Weybridge, aged educated at 

69, on Sunday, 24 October, bur. Blackheath Pro- 

at Weybridge 28 October 1915. prietary School. 
Will dated 31 July 1893, proved 
in the Principal Registry 24 
December 191 5, by Deborah Annie 
Corder, relict. 



Charlotte Elizabeth, of 
Strawberry Hill, co. 
Middlesex ; born at 
Hackney 1 1 March 
1849. _ 

Emma, born at Hack- 
ney 24 August 1850 ; 
died at Lower Clapton, 
co. Middlesex, aged 
5 1, on Wednesday, 13 
February 1856, bur. at 
Hackney. 



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I 

Mary, born 13 May 1778; 
marr.ini8o2, James Kirkham; 
died at Croydon, co. Surrey, 
9 October 1866, buried in 
Croydon Cemetery. 

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Elizabeth, born James Corder, born 26 April 1781 ; died 

1 March 1780 ; unmarried at Great Coggeshall, co. Essex, in 

died at Feering, 1833. 
co. Essex, aged 

89, 19 August William Corder, born 9 May 1783; died at 

1869, bur. there. Great Coggeshall, aged 13, bur. in the 

M.I. Friends' Burial Ground at Great Coggeshall 
19 October 1796. 



Frederick Corder of 13 Albion Road,= 
South Hampstead, co. Middlesex ; 
born at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 26 
January 1852 ; educated at Blackheath 
Proprietary School, Royal Academy 
of Music, and at the Cologne Con- 
servatorium (Mendelssohn Scholarship 
1875-78); Fellow of Royal Academy 
of Music and of the Philharmonic 
Society ; Curator of Royal Academy 
of Music 1889, Professor of Music 
(pianoforte and composition) 1886. 



=Henrietta, dau. of 
Henry VValford, by 
Louisa Barchard 
his wife ; born at 
Rockferry, co. Ches- 
ter, 10 April 1848 ; 
marr. at East Bed- 
font, co. Middlesex, 
25 September 1876. 



Rosa Frances, born at Hackney 
18 May 1853 ; among her works as 
an artist is a full-length portrait of 
Dante Gabriel Rosetti ; died at 
Vale Lodge, Fordham, co. Cam- 
bridge, 28 November 1893, bur. 
at Newmarket, co. Suffolk. Will 
dated t6 November 1893, proved 
at Peterborough 24 January 
1894, by Charlotte Elizabeth 
Corder, sister, spinster. Full- 
length portrait by James Abbott 
McNeill Whistler, in the posses- 
sion of a private collector in 
New York. 



Dorothea Charlotte, 
born at Cemobbio, 
Como, Italy, 30 
June, bapt. at Bed- 
font in September 
1878. 



Paul Walford Corder, born at Pimlico, London, 
14 December 1879, bapt. at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, 1 March 1880; Associate of the 
Royal Academy of Music (won the Goring Thomas 
Scholarship for Composition 1901); Professor of 
Harmony and Composition at the Royal Academy 
of Music 1907. 




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Cortier, 



James Corder of Great Coggeshall, co.= 
Essex, formerly of Feering Bury, co. Essex 
(2nd son of Micah Corder, by Mary 
Foster his 1st wife); born 1 August 1756; 
died at Great Coggeshall, aged 79, on 
Thursday, 19 February 1835, bur. at Great 
Coggeshall. Will dated 27 October 1830, 
proved (P.C.C. 222 Gloster) 16 April 
1835, by William Start Corder, son, and 
Elizabeth Corder, spinster, daughter. 



=Mary, dau. of William 
and Mary Start of Hal- 
stead, co. Essex ; marr. 
at Tivetshall, co. Nor- 
folk, 10 November 1786; 
died at Great Coggeshall, 
aged 79, on Tuesday, 15 
January, bur. there 22 
January 1839. 



Thomas Catchpool of Colchester, co. Essex ; died= 
at Colchester, aged 72, 15 January i860. Will with 
codicil dated 20 April 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 85, 60) 
18 February i860, by Thomas Catchpool and Edward 
Catchpool, sons, Edward Gripper and James Catchpool, 
gent. 



=Mary, born 5 June 1788; marr. 
at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Great Coggeshall, on Thursday, 
14 August 1 81 7 ; died, aged 41, 
on Friday, 18 September 1829. 



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William Start Corder of Kelvedon, 
co. Essex; born 7 March 1790; 
died at Kelvedon, aged 73, 
9 January, bur. there 15 January 
1863. Will dated 13 November 
1846, with two codicils dated 14 
December 1846 and 9 January 
1849, proved at Ipswich 11 
February 1863, by Thomas 
Catchpool, nephew, and Francis 
Hills. 



David Priestman of= 
York; born in 1776; 
died at York, aged 74, 
in 185 1, bur. there. 
Will dated 4 February 
1851, proved (P.C.C. 
411, 51) 12 May 1851, 
by Elizabeth Priestman, 
relict, and Joseph 
Rowntree. 



=Elizabeth, born 13 October 1791 ; 
marr. at the Friends' Meeting 
House, Great Coggeshall, 3 Jan- 
uary 1838 ; died at Booking, co. 
Essex, aged 77, 18 August 1869, 
bur. there. Will dated 12 October 
1867, proved at Ipswich 13 Sep- 
tember 1869, by Ellen Corder, 
niece, and Henry Horsnaill. 



Charles Corder of Great Totham, co. Essex ; born in= 
1793; died at Great Totham, aged 84, 17 October 
1877, bur. in the Friends' Burying Ground, Maldon, 
co. Essex. Will dated 28 April 1874, with four codicils 
dated 28 April 1874 to 22 May 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
777, 77) 30 October 1877, by Arthur Evans, Edward 
Catchpool, nephew, and William King Digby. 



=Rachel, dau. of Joseph and Sarah 
Atkinson of Sewardstone, co. Essex ; 
marr. at the Friends' Meeting 
House, Epping, co. Essex, on Tues- 
day, 11 May 1 819 ; died at Purleigh, 
co. Essex, aged 67, 21 January, 
bur. at Maldon 26 January 1864. 



Richard Atkinson Corder, born in the parish of St. Marylebone, 
London, 5 May 1820; died at 82 Charlotte Street, Portland Place, 
London, aged 25, 29 July, bur. at Maldon 3 August 1845. 



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George Corder of Maldon, co. Essex ; born 30 October=j=Phoebe Gibson, married in 1837 ; 



1794; died at Maldon, aged 87, 14 November, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground, Maldon, 16 November 1881. 
Admon was granted in the Principal Registry 2 1 February 
1882, to Alfred Corder. son. 



died, aged 67, 27 May, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Maldon, 
2 June 1881. 



Henry Ferris (son= 
of Thomas Ferris) ; 
born in 1833 ; died 
at Weston-super- 
Mare, co. Somerset, 
in 1900. 



=Ellen, born at Purleigh, co. Essex, in 1839 ; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Bocking, co. Essex, 5 July 1872 ; died at St. Patrick's, 
Southside, Weston-super-Mare, 30 August 1911. Will dated 18 May 
1907, proved at Wells 21 October 191 1, by Henry Grace and James 
Edward Grace. 



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Charles Henry Whitlow=Ann, born at Purleigh in 
of Wilmslow, co. Chester ; 1842; marr. in 1862; 
born in 1835 ; died 13 died 25 December 1863. 
July 1870. 



Alfred Corder of=j=Rebecca Ottaway, 



Reading,co.Berks 
bom at Purleigh 
in 1843. 



born in 1840 ; 
marr. in 1863. 



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lames Marriage of Woodham= 
Walter, co. Essex; born in 1795 ; 
died at Chelmsford, co. Essex, 
27 January 1863. Will dated 
24 January 1863, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 230, 63) n April 
1863, by James Haworth 
Marriage, son. 



=Anna, born 31 July 
1796 ; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting 

House, Great Cogges- 
hall, co. Essex, 7 
February 1823 ; died 
at Woodlands, near 
Maldon, in December 
1825, bur. at Maldon. 



Richard Corder, 
born 31 October 
1797 ; died at 
Feering Bury, co. 
Essex, in 1813, 
bur. at Cogges- 
hall. 



Alfred Corder, born 
20 November 1799 ; 
died at Coggeshall, 
aged 26, on Monday, 
12 December 1825, 
bur. at Coggeshall. 



Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Catchpool= 
of Colchester, co. Essex, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of James Corder of 
Great Coggeshall (see previous 
page) ; marr. at the Friends' Meeting 
House, Layer Breton, co. Essex, on 
Thursday, 25 September 1828; died, 
aged 41, 17 September, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Colchester, 
23 September 1830. M.I. 1st wife. 



=James Corder of The Old Hall,= 
Claydon, co. Suffolk, formerly of 
Ipswich ; born at Feering Bury 
7 February 1802 ; J. P. for co. 
Suffolk; died at The Old Hall, 
Claydon, aged 90, 6 March, bur. 
at Claydon 9 March 1891. Will 
dated 28 December 1833, proved 
at Ipswich 14 April 1891, by 
Richard Corder, son. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of 
Edward Kersey of 
Stratton Hall, Lev- 
ington, co. Suffolk ; 
marr. at Levington 
on Saturday, 30 
April 1836 ; died 
12 June 1873. 2nd 
wife. 



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Allen Francis Clayton of Kelvedon, co.- 
Essex (4th son of Hollis and Mary 
Clayton of Dunmow, co. Essex) ; born in 
August 1806; died 26 June 1855, bur. at 
Kelvedon. Will dated 8 January 1849, 
proved (P.C.C. 595, 55) 31 July 1855, by 
Emmaretta Clayton, relict, and William 
Impey Clayton, brother. 



=Emmaretta, born at Feering Bury, co. Essex, 
17 March 1804; marr. at the Friends' Meeting 
House, Great Coggeshall, co. Essex, on Thurs- 
day, 28 November 1839; died at Birmingham, 
co. Warwick, 20 January, bur. in the Friends' 
Burying Ground, Kelvedon, 24 January 1887. 
Will proved at Birmingham 7 March 1887. 



Richard Corder of Claydon House, =j=Elizabeth Anna, dau. of William and Mary Ann Kersey 



15 London Road, Ipswich ; born at 
Ipswich 6 February 1846, bapt. there; 
J. P. for co. Suffolk 1905 ; County 
Councillor for East Suffolk. 



of Waldringfield, co. Suffolk ; born at Waldringfield 
17 July, bapt. there 16 August 1857 ; marr. at Ipswich 
in 1877. 



Elizabeth Kathleen, born at Richard James Corder of=Eleanor, youngest dau. of 



Claydon, bapt. there 25 July 
1878 ; died, aged 3 months, 
16 October following, bur. at 
Claydon, co. Suffolk. 



Long Sutton, co. Lincoln 
born at Claydon 9 June, 
bapt. there 3 July 
1879; educated at Ipswich 
Grammar School. 



William Hoyles of The Leam- 
lands, Long Sutton ; born 22 
July 1886 ; marr. at Sutton, co. 
Lincoln, 25 August 191 5. 



Charles William Corder, born at Claydon 
12 June, bapt. there 8 July 1880. 



Ernest Edward Corder, born at Claydon, bapt. 
there 21 September 1881 ; educated at Ipswich 
Grammar School. 



Arthur George Corder, born 
at Claydon, bapt. there 7 
October 1882; educated at 
Ipswich Grammar School. 



Gertrude Maude, born at 
Claydon, bapt. there 1 De- 
cember 1883. 



John Kersey Corder, born at 

Claydon, bapt. there 30 July 

1897 ; educated at Ipswich 
Grammar School. 




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Cottier, 



John Corder of Church Row, in St. John's, Southwark, co.= 
Surrey (3rd son of Micah Corder, by Mary Foster his 1st wife) ; 
born at Feering Bury, co. Essex, 27 September 1757 ; a 
Freeman of the Surgeon Barbers' Company ; died at Toothill, 
near Epping, co. Essex, 1 February, bur. at Epping 7 February 



1827. 



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= Ruth, youngest dau. of William 
and Susannah Marriage of 
Springfield, co. Essex ; born at 
Springfield in 1760; marr. at 
Chelmsford, co. Essex, 7 May 
1778 ; died at Church Row, 
Southwark, aged 55, on Friday, 
29 December 181 5, bur. at 
Chelmsford Meeting House, in 
Baddow Lane. 



William Corder, born at Kel- 
vedon, co. Essex, 2 April 
1779; died at Great Sir 
Hughes Farm, Great Baddow, 
co. Essex, aged 18, on Friday, 
18 August 1797, bur. in 
Chelmsford Meeting House. 



Thomas Corder of Widford= 
Hall, co. Essex ; born at Kel- 
vedon 21 December 1780; 
died at Reed's Farm, Writtle, 
co. Essex, aged 52, on Sun- 
day, 15 December 1833, bur. 
at Chelmsford. 





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=Mary, dau. of Thomas Shewell of 
Ratcliff, co. Middlesex ; marr. at 
the Friends' Meeting House, 
Brook Street, Ratcliff, on Friday, 
27 April 1810; died at Writtle, 
aged 81, 11 March, bur. at 
Chelmsford 14 March 187 1. 
Will dated 3 February 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 304, 71) 
23 May 187 1, by Henry Shewell 
Corder and Edward Corder, 



Thomas Corder of Cranfield, co.= 
Bedford ; born at Widford Hall 13 
December 1812 ; F.R.H.S. ; died 
at Cranfield 10 November 1873, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, 
Ampthill, co. Bedford. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Benjamin Anstey, by Mary Ann Green, 
of Ivinghoe, co. Buckingham, his wife ; born 2 December 
1820 ; marr. at the Registry Office, Bedford, 2 February 
185 1 ; died at Bletchley, co. Buckingham, 16 February 191 ij 
bur. in the cemetery at Fenny Stratford, co. Buckingham. 



Tom Downing, son of Edward=j=Mary Elizabeth, born at Kempston, co. Bedford, 20 June 
and Mary Downing of Wing, | 1856; marr. at Woburn, co. Buckingham, 5 March 1894. 
co. Buckingham. ^ 



Rachel, dau. of Robert Spence= 
of North Shields, co. Northum- 
berland : born at North Shields 
in 181 6; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, North Shields, 
24 March 1842; died at Bemers 
Street, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
aged 27, on Friday, 19 July, 
bur. at Ipswich 25 July 1844. 
Admon was granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 30 May 1867, to 
Henry Shewell Corder, husband. 
1 st, wife. 



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=Henry Shewell Corder of= 
Meadowside, Chelmsford ; 
born at; Widford Hall 16 
May 1 81 4 ; died at Meadow- 
side, aged 97, 8 March, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial Ground 
at Chelmsford 12 March 
191 2. Will dated 30 January 
1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 
577, 12) 4 April 1912, by 
Henry Corder and Marianne 
Marriage, widow, daughter. 



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=Mary Ann, dau. of Samuel 
Alexander of the Goldrood, 
Ipswich, by Rebecca his wife, 
dau. of John Biddle of Esher, 
co. Surrey ; born there 20 
November 181 5; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Need- 
ham Market, co. Suffolk, on 
Friday, 27 December 1850 ; 
died at Greengates, Chelms- 
ford, 3 May 191 3, bur. in 
the cemetery at Chelmsford. 
Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 6 June 
1913, to Marianne Marriage. 
2nd wife. 

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Thomas Corder, born at Ipswich 4 June 
1843; died, aged 6, on Wednesday, 4 July, 
bur. at Chelmsford 8 July 1849. 



Robert Spence Corder, born at Ipswich 9 July, 
died, aged 3 months, 22 October, bur. at 
Ipswich 24 October 1844. 



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John Corder, born at Thomas Thorp=j=Abigail, born at Kelvedon 16 Sep- An infant, born 



Kelvedon, co. Essex, of Chelmsford ; 

13 November 1783 ; died in 1810, 

died at Chelmsford, bur. at Chelms- 

co. Essex, in 1829, ford, 
bur. there. 



tember 1785; marr. at the Friends' at Kelvedon, 

Meeting House, Red Cross Street, died at Church 

Southwark, co. Surrey, 21 March Row, South- 

1809; died at Darlington, co. wark, 19 April 

Durham, in 1867. 1 792. 



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Mary Ann, born at Widford John Foster Spence of North=Elizabeth, born at Widford 

Hall, co. Essex, in 18 16 ; died Shields, co. Northumberland ; Hall in 181 7 ; marr. in 

at Reed's Farm, Writtle, co. born in 1818; died 22 July 189 1, 1843; died 18 December 

Essex, aged 18, on Wednesday, bur. in Preston Cemetery, North 1885, bur. at Preston 

25 June 1834. Shields. Cemetery, North Shields. 



Jane, youngest dau. of= 
James Ransome of 
Rushmere, co. Suffolk, 
by his wife, Hannah 
Hunton, of Great 
Yarmouth, co. Nor- 
folk ; born at Rush- 
mere 12 April 1820 ; 
marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Ips- 
wich, co. Suffolk, 9 
January 185 1 ; died 
at Ipswich, aged 46, 
6 December, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ips- 
wich 10 December 
1866. M.I. 1st wife. 



=Frederic Corder of Ipswich, formerly= 
of South Shields, co. Durham ; born 
at Widford Hall on Christmas Day 
i8i8,bapt.at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
as an adult ; educated at Epping 
School ; Town Councillor of Ipswich ; 
died at Ipswich 26 January, bur. 
in the cemetery at Ipswich 30 
January 190S. Will dated 26 
February 1907, proved at Ipswich 
2 February 1908, by Maria Corder, 
relict, John Shewell Corder and 
Bernard Corder, sons. 



=Maria, of Finndale House, Grun- 
disburgh, co. Suffolk, youngest dau. 
of Thomas Morris of Reading, co. 
Berks, by Ann Talwin Shewell his 
wife ; born at Reading 23 June 
1842, bapt. at St. Lawrence', 
Reading, in 1846 ; marr. at St. 
Mary- the- Virgin, Winchester, co. 
Hants (by the Rev. William 
Marten Shewell), on Thursday, 24 
February 1870. 2nd wife. 




James Ransome Corder, born at South Shields 4 January 1852 ; died at Alum Dene, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 6 February 191 1, bur. at Great Malvern, co. Worcester. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 6 April 191 1, to Frederic Corder, brother. 




Henry Corder of Silver Birch, Bridgwater, co. Somerset ;=j=Alice, dau. of William Impey 

born in the parish of St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 13 May of Chelmsford, by Mary his 

1855 ; educated at Bootham School, York. wife, dau. of Charles Henry 

/». A and Elizabeth Dix ; born at 

III 1/ f q it Broomfield Hall, co. Essex, 2 

/"'" IdRy j*. y*\ yf /l 0"V ^V-"*^*— November 1861 ; married at 

fytfyiA/VS/l tne Friends' Meeting House, 

[ .. Chelmsford, 13 June 1889. 



Roland Henry Corder, born 
at Northfield, Bridgwater, 7 
December 1890 ; educated at 
Sidcot School. 



Alwyn St. Dunstan Corder, born at Northfield, Bridgwater, 
27 March 1893 ; educated at Sidcot School ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Worcestershire Regiment, 8 August 1915; transferred to the 
Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars, 10 February 19 16. 

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Susanna, Author of "Memorials of Friends, a Robert Corder, 

Brief Outline of the Origin and the Principles of died at Church 

the Society," and other works; died at Chelmsford, Row, South- 

co. Essex, aged 76, 28 February, bur. in the wark, co. Surrey, 

Friends' Burial Ground at Chelmsford, 3 March aged 7, 31 May 

1864. Will dated 31 August 186 1, proved (Prin. 1797. 
Reg., 311, 64) 4 May 1864, by Lucy How, widow, 
sister, and Henry Shewell Corder, nephew. 



Maria, born at Church 
Row, Southwark, 5 
August 1793 J died 
at Aspley Guise, co. 
Bedford, 23 August 
1 88 1, bur. there. 



Richard Corder, born at Widford 
Hall, co. Essex, in 1820; died at 
Ipswich, aged 15, on Monday, 27 
April, bur. at the New Meeting 
House, Ipswich, 3 May 1835. 



Edward Corder of Reed's Farm, Writtle, co. Essex ; born 
at Widford Hall in 182 1 ; Alderman of the Essex County 
Council ; died at Reed's Farm, Writtle, aged 77, 20 March, 
bur. at Chelmsford, 23 March 1899. Will dated 5 October 
1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 1403, 99) 22 December 1899, 
by Octavius Corder, brother, Herbert Marriage, nephew, 
and Reginald William Christy. 



Eleanor Mary, 
born at Ipswich 
1 7 December 
i87o,bapt.atSt. 
Margaret's, Ips- 
wich, 2 3 January 
1871. 



Bernard Corder of The Croft,= 
Westerfield, co. Suffolk ; born 
at Ipswich 25 November 1871, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
4 February 1872 ; educated at 
Ipswich Grammar School. 



Olive Kathleen Jane, dau. of John Spurrier 
Parmiter of Winchester, by Louisa his wife, 
dau. of Robert Rayne of Calcutta, India; 
born at Winchester 16 July 1872, bapt. at 
St. Cross, Winchester ; marr. at Ruddington, 
co. Nottingham, 17 April 1902. 



Sheppard Ransome Corder, 
born at South Shields 5 July 
1853 ; died at Robertson, 
New South Wales, aged 37, 
14 June, bur. there 16 June 
1891. 



Frederic Corder of Ipswich ;= 
born in the parish of 
Jarrow, South Shields, 19 
May 1855. 



Ruth, born at Ipswich 
13 October 1899. 



John Shewell Corder of 
Wimbourne House, Ipswich ; 
born in the parish of Westoe, 
South Shields, 5 November 
1856; educated at York; 
Architect. 



Arthur Biddell Corder 
of Ipswich ; born 
at South Shields 5 
September 1858. 



=Gertrude, dau. of Thomas Tully 
Dann of Nuffield, co. Surrey ; 
born 20 March 1862 ; marr. at 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 2 
March 1897. 



Judith Gertrude, born at Ipswich 
8 February 1901. 



Annie, born at Ipswich 20 March 1861. 

Jane Ransome, born at Ipswich 20 
February 1863 ; died 13 July, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich 18 July 1864. 



Herbert Marriage (son of John Marriage of Moulsham Lodge, Chelms-^Marianne, of Burnham 



ford, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Thomas and Margaret Marriage of 
Springfield, Chelmsford) ; born at Moulsham Lodge, Chelmsford, 26 
March 1846; died at Moulsham Lodge, Chelmsford, 12 September, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground at Chelmsford 15 September 1904. 
Will dated 14 October 1902, with codicil dated n September 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1387, 1904), 17 November 1904, by Marianne 
Marriage, relict, Frederick George Marriage, nephew, and Charles 
Ernest Barrett 



co. Somerset ; born in 
the parish of St. Mary-le- 
Tower, Ipswich, 23 Feb- 
ruary 1857 ; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting House, 
Chelmsford, 27 June 
1878. 



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Edward Corder of Tavern Street, Ipswich ; born at Church= 
Row, Southwark, co. Surrey, 2 June 1798 ; died at Ipswich, 
aged 63, 29 June, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich 4 July 
1 86 1. Will dated 4 March 1858, proved at Ipswich 17 
July 1861, by Alfred Corder, son, and by the affirmation 
of Henry Shewell Corder, nephew. 



=Sarah, dau. of Thomas Shewell ; 
marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Ipswich, on Wednesday, 1 1 May 
1824; died, aged 58, 22 July, bur. 
at Ipswich 27 July 1845. 



Alfred Corder of Ipswich ; born in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ipswich, 5 April 
1827; educated at Ipswich Grammar School; died at Ipswich 29 August 1875, 
bur. at Kesgrave, co. Suffolk. Will dated 5 February 1873, with codicil dated 17 
March 1875, proved at Ipswich 18 October 1875, by Frederic Corder, Edward 
Corder and Richard Bevington Shewell, cousins. 



Elizabeth, dau.= 
of Seth Wins- 
low ; born in 
1832 ; marr. in 
1851 ; died 3 
July 1866. 1st 
wife. 



=Robert Corder, born= 
at Widford Hall, co. 
Essex, 22 August 
1823 ; died 4 August, 
bur. in Fairmount 
Cemetery, near Jones- 
borough, Indiana, 
Grant Co., U.S.A., 
7 August 1898. 



=Sarah A. van= 
Home, born 
28 May 1845; 
died 28 Jan- 
uary 1872. 
2nd wife. 



=Louisa Beals, 
born 30 Octo- 
ber 1839. 3rd 
wife. 



Robert Corder, born 
10 July 1868; died 
13 September 1888. 



Edward Corder, born 
26 October 187 1 ; 
died 30 July 1872. 



John Shewell Corder, 
born at Widford 
Hall in 1825 ; died 
at Reed's Farm, 
Writtle, co. Essex, 
aged 29, 27 June, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Broomfield 
Road, Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, 30 June 1856. 



Mary Elizabeth, 
Clark Spears. 



born n April 1852; married 



Susanna, born 28 October 1853 ; died 
21 October i860, bur. at Back Creek, 
Indiana. 



Thomas Corder, born 1 
December 1855 ; died 
5 April 1896, buried in 
Fairmount Cemetery, near 
Jonesborough, Indiana. 
He married Laura Dugan. 



Sarah, born 16 May 1858 ; marr. 
9 September 1880, William R. 
Smith. She died 31 December 
1888, and was buried in 
Fairmount Cemetery, near 
Jonesborough, Indiana. 



Henry Corder, born 4 No- 
vember 1863 ; died 8 February 
1900, buried in Fairmount 
Cemetery, near Jonesborough, 
Indiana. He married istly 
Loretta Leach, and 2ndly 
Lucinda Mullen. 



Thomas Frederick 
Corder. 



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Priscilla, born at Church William Fitzwilliam How of=Lucy, born at Church Row, South- 
Row, Southwark, co. Aspley Guise, co. Bedford; wark, 7 October 1803; married 
Surrey, 30 June 1801 ; born in 1796; died at Aspley in 1830; died at Aspley Guise in 
died there 31 July Guise 30 March 1864, buried February 1889, buried there, 
following. there. 



Emma Spence,=Octavius Corder of Brundall, co. Norfolk ; born at Reeds,= 
born in 1830; Writtle, co. Essex, in 1825 ; Member of the Council of the 
marriedini853; Pharmaceutical Society; died at Brundall 5 January 1910, 
died in 1855. bur. there. Will dated 10 February 1905, with codicil dated 
1st wife. 9 October 1906, proved at Norwich 10 February 1910, 

by Mary Margaret Corder, spinster, daughter, and William 

Augustus Thurgar. 



=Margaret Jane 
Hall, born in 
1836; married 
in 1858. 2nd 
wife. 



Mary Margaret, 
of Brundall ; 
born at Fyfield 
Hall, co. Essex, 
in 1858. 



Edward Corder,= 
born at Fyfield 
Hall in 1862 ; 
died s.p. 13 Feb- 
ruary 19 1 3, bur. 
at Old Alberta, 
Canada. 



=Alice Katherine, 2nd dau. of G. Mason; born in 1862 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on 
Thursday, 31 July 1890; died at 31 London Street, 
Norwich, on Friday, 9 October 1891, bur. in the cemetery 
at Norwich. Will dated 4 February 189 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 162, 92) 17 December 1892, by Edward Corder, 
husband. 



William Augustus=j=Edith, born at Fy- 



Thurgar of East 
Croft, Hemsby, co. 
Norfolk. 



field Hall in 1863 ; 
marr. at Brundall 21 
April 1897. 



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Lucy Agnes, 
born at Fy- 
field Hall in 
1866 ; died 
in Russia in 
1916. 



John Talwin Corder= 
of London Street, 
Norwich ; born in 
1870. 



Annie Elcock, 
marr. in 1896. 



Nancy, born at London 
Street, Norwich, in 
1897. 



Philip Corder, born 
at London Street, 
Norwich, in 1901. 



Michael Corder, born 
at London Street, 
Norwich, in 1906. 



George Horace Reeve of=y= Agatha Constance, born 



Duke Street, Norwich (son 
of Edward Jalloway Reeve, 
by Amelia Booty his wife) ; 
born at Duke Street, 
Norwich, 10 February 1870. 



at 31 London Street, 
Norwich, 8 June 1873, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Norwich ; marr. at 
the Octagon Chapel, 
Norwich, 1 o March 1896. 



Grace, born at 31 
London Street, 
Norwich, 3 De- 
cember 1875. 



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Three children, 

died in infancy. 



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Alexander Corder of i Carlton=j=Lucy, dau. of Joseph Watson of Bensham Grove, Gateshead, 



Terrace, Sunderland, co. Dur- 
ham ; born at Widford Hall 
co. Essex, 21 September 1831. 



co. Durham, by Sarah Spence his wife; born 1 January 
1836 ; marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 20 July 1859. 



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Robert Watson= 
Corder of 31 
Cuba Street, 
Sunderland ; 
born at Gates- 
head 28 May 
i860. 



=Lilly Gray, dau. of 
Horatio Ralph Vaux 
of Sunderland ; marr. 
at Trinity Presby- 
terian Church, Sunder- 
land, 17 September 
1890. 



Walter Shewell Corder=pMargaret Lindsay, dau. of 



of 4 Rosella Place, 
North Shields, co. North- 
umberland ; born at 
Sunderland 27 October 
1861. 



Arnold Corder, born at Sunderland 24 Dorothy, born 

October 1891; joined the 7th Durham at Sunderland 

Light Infantry 6 September 1 9 1 4 ; served in 4 August 1 893. 
European War; died at Boulogne, France, 
26 May 1915, from wounds received near 
Ypres, Flanders, on Whit-Monday, 24 May. 



William Lindsay Watson of 
Tigbourne Cottage, Witley, 
co. Surrey ; bom at Witley 
20 October 1864 ; marr. 
at Marton, co. York, 26 
August 1891. 



Eileen, born Michael West- 
at North ray Corder, 

Shields 31 born at North 
July 1894. Shieldsi2june 

1901. 



Percy Corder of 1 Collingwood Terrace, : 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne; born at Sunderland 
1 April 1863 ; admitted a Solicitor in 
December 1885. 



=Helen Lindsay, dau. of William Lindsay Watson 
of Tigbourne Cottage, Witley; born 25 June 
1866; marr. at Marton 16 August 1893. 



Clifford Percy Corder, born 
at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
10 October 1895; died 15 
March 1896, bur. in Jes- 
mond Cemetery, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 



Terence Spence Corder, born at Clive Shewell Rachel, born 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 7 May Corder, born at Newcastle- 

1897 ; 2nd Lieutenant Northum- at Newcastle- upon-Tynei7 

brian Brigade, Royal Field Ar- upon-Tyne 20 August 1902. 

tillery; serving in European War May 1900. 
since 2 August 191 5. 



Herbert Corder of v 
Carlton Terrace, Sunder- 
land ; born at High 
Street, Sunderland, 6 
June 1864. 



=Mary Grace, dau. of Joseph John Dymond 
of Otley, co. York ; born 5 July 1867 ; 
marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Ilkley, co. York, 13 March 1890. 



Ernest Corder, born at 
Fawcett Street, Sunder- 
land, 10 January 1866. 



Philip Corder, born=Johanna Adriana, dau. of Hugo Maurits van der Mersch of Heerewegen, 
at 10 Kensington Zeist, Holland; born at Zeist 6 July 1887; marr. at the Friends' 
Terrace, Sunderland, Meeting House, Jordans, co. Buckingham, 23 December 1915. 
5 March 1891. 

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Francis Corder of i Ashbrook Terrace, Sunderland,= 
co. Durham ; born at Reed's Farm, Writtle, co. 
Essex, 27 October 1833 ; died at 1 Ashbrook 
Terrace, Sunderland, aged 73, on Wednesday, 13 
March, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground at Bishop- 
wearmouth, co. Durham, on Friday, 15 March 
1907. 



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=Edith, dau. of James Watson of 
Hawick, co. Northumberland, by Mary 
Spence his wife ; born at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 24 April 
1844 ; marr. at the Friends' Meeting 
House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 23 August 
1865 ; died at 1 Ashbrook Terrace, 
Sunderland, aged 49, 8 October, bur. 
at Sunderland, 11 October 1893. 



John Henry 

Robinson of 

Lanthwaite, Dart- 
mouth Row, 
Blackheath, co. 
Kent (son of 
Henry Robinson 
of Lewisham, co. 
Kent, by Jane 
Lorte [nei Col- 
gate] his wife) ; 
born at Lewisham 
9 May 1866. 



Alice Mary, born at 
Sunderland 19 Oc- 
tober 1866; marr. 
at the Friends' 
Meeting House, 
Pardshaw, co. Cum- 
berland, 12 August 
1892. 



James Watson 
Corder of 1 
Ashbrook Ter- 
race, Sunder- 
land ; born 
at Argyle 
Street, Sunder- 
land, 2 No- 
vember 1867. 



George Bennett=j=Edith Frances, born 



Gibbs of 3 Ash- 
brook Crescent, 
Sunderland (son 
ofGeorgeSleight 
Gibbs of Dar- 
lington, co. Dur- 
ham, by Isabella 
Smith his wife, 
dau. of Hudson 
AtkinsonBinney 
of Darlington) ; 
born at Haugh- 
ton - le - Skerne, 
co. Durham, 3 
January 1864. 



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at Ashbrook Ter- 
race, Sunderland, 
14 March 1870 ; 
marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, 
Sunderland, 26 

June 1900. 



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John Harold Mounsey of West Lawn,= 
Sunderland (son of John Wilfred Mounsey 
of Sunderland, by Mary Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of Joshua Green of Stansted, 
co. Essex) ; born at Sunderland 12 January 
i873- 



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=Jessie, born at Ashbrook Terrace, Ruth, born at 
Sunderland, 18 December 1871; Sunderland 7 
marr. at the Friends' Meeting May 1875. 
House, Sunderland, 27 June 
1899. 



Francis Longstreth Thompson, =j=Mildred Grace, born at 



son of Francis Thompson 
of Croydon, co. Surrey, by 
Emma Florence Pepler [nee 
Mills] his wife ; born 3 May 
1890. 



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Sunderland 15 October 
1892; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Jordans, 
co. Buckingham, on Friday, 
18 July 1913. 



Stephen Corder, 
born at 10 
KensingtonTer- 
race, Sunder- 
land, 18 March 
1894. 



Joan, born at 
1 Carlton Ter- 
race, Sunder- 
land, 1 Decem- 
ber 1899. 




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Cottier. 



William Corder of Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London (4th son= 
of Micah Corder, by Mary Foster his 1st wife) ; born at Feering 
Bury, co. Essex, 1 August 1760 ; died at Broad Street, Bloomsbury, 
aged 67, n December, bur. in Bunhill Fields, London, 16 December 
1827. Admonwas granted (P.C.C.) 2 July 1828, to Margaret Corder, 
relict. 



■Margaret Vaughan, of 
Builth, co. Brecon ; 
marr. in 1790; died in 
London, aged 64, in 
1829. 



Samuel Corder, born at Broad= 
Street, Bloomsbury, 9 January 
1794 ; died at Regent's Park, 
London, 11 December 1832. 



=Emma Vine, born 
in 1809 ; marr. in 
1828. 



James Corder, 
died, aged 7 
months, 5 Jan- 
uary 1796. 



Samuel John Corder, born in 
18^2 ; died in the Crimea. 



Margaret, born at 
28 Broad Street, 
Bloomsbury, 4 Jan- 
uary, died there 20 
May, bur. in Bunhill 
Fields, London, 24 
May 1797. 



Elizabeth Mary= 
Weekes, born in 
1 80 1 ; marr. in 
1829 ; died at 
West Brompton, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 2 2 March 
1852. 1st wife. 



=James Corder, born at Broad= 
Street, Bloomsbury, 25 August 
1798; a Member of Lincoln's 
Inn and a Special Pleader at 
Serjeant's Inn ; died at Edgbas- 
ton, co. Warwick, aged 76, on 
Tuesday, 6 October 1874. 
Will dated 30 May 1859, 
proved at Birmingham 28 Oc- 
tober 1874, by Sarah Corder, 
relict. 



=Sarah, dau. of T. Annerly Allcock of 
Abbott's Bromley Park, co. Stafford ; marr. 
in 1854 ; died at Clare Lodge, Clapham 
Park, co. Surrey, aged 77, on Monday, 
24 January 1894. Will dated 20 Decem- 
ber 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 981, 97) 
29 September 1897, by Arthur Annerly 
Corder, gent., son. 2nd wife. 



James Corder, 
born in Tavi- 
stock Street, 
Covent Garden, 
London, 8 April, 
bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 1 1 Au- 
gust 1830 ; died 
unmarried in 
India. 



I 
William Corder, F.R.G.S., F. R.S. A. ;= 
born in Tavistock Street, Covent 
Garden, London, 26 May, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 18 August 
1832 ; died at i78 0akwood Court, 
Kensington, London, aged 83, on 
Tuesday, 15 June 19 15, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 10 March 1910, with codicil 
dated 22 January 191 2, proved in 
the Principal Registry 29 July 1915. 



■Caroline Phcebe, dau. 
of Elijah Barnett ; 
born 4 July 1831 ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Edgbaston, 
in November 1856; 
died at Birmingham 
23 April 1881, bur. 
there. 



Frederic Corder, 
born in Tavistock 
Street, Covent 
Garden, London, 
27 May, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 19 No- 
vember 1834, died 
the following year. 



Ellen Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Henry=pWilliam James Corder= 



Lyne Dixson of Parkhurst Road, 
Holloway, co. Middlesex, by Rosetta 
his wife ; born in London 1 February 
1862 ; marr. at St. George's, Tufnell 
Park, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
7 June 1882 ; died in London on 
Saturday, 20 August, buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 24 
August 1 9 10. Will dated 16 August 
1910, proved (Prin. Reg. 1395, 10) 
7 October 1910, by William James 
Corder, husband. 1st wife. 



of Victoria Avenue, 
Parktown, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa ; 
born at Birmingham, 
co. Warwick, 25 August 
1857- 



=Barbara, dau. of Abram Hirst 
Lockwood, by Florence Mary his 
wife 1 born at Ealing, co. Middle- 
sex, 9 September 1885; marr. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 8 June 191 1. 2nd wife. 



Bettine Sheila, born at Sea Point, 
Cape of Good Hope, 23 March 1912. 



144 



George Lovell=j=Margaret, born at Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London, 21 July 1799; marr. 
of Bristol, co. at the Friends' Meeting House, St. Martin's Lane, Westminster, on Thursday, 
Gloucester. 22 January 1824 ; died in 1850. 



A 



Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Annerly Corder of Glendoone, Havant, co.=j=Lucy Ellen, only child of 



Hants, C.M.G. ; born 22 November 1856 ; educated at the 
Proprietary and King Edward Schools, Birmingham ; Captain The 
Duke of Edinburgh's Own Edinburgh Artillery (Militia) 8 May 
1886, Major 4 September 1895 ; attached to Army Ordnance 
Department 16 May 1900 ; of Reserve of Officers 12 March 1901 ; 
Major 8 September 19 14; Lieut.- Colonel 19 16 ; served in the 
Gallipoli Campaign 1915, and in Egypt 1916; C.M.G. 1916. 



George Armitage ; born in 
1857 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Harborne, co. 
Stafford, on Thursday, 25 
September 1884. 



Major Louis Emilius Chudleigh Worthington-Wilmer (eldest son of Lieut.- 
Colonel Louis Worthington-Wilmer, 12th Foot, of Lothian House, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight); born 14 April 1879; 2nd Lieutenant Prince Albert's 
(Somerset Light Infantry) 18 October 1899, Lieutenant 13 March 1901, 
Captain 23 July 1909, Adjutant 6th Service Battalion n August 1914, 
Major 1 September 1915 ; served in South African War 1899-1902 (Queen's 
medal with five clasps, King's medal with two clasps). /t\ 



=01ive Armitage, 
marr. at Manna- 
mead, Plymouth, 
co. Devon, on 
Tuesday, 26April 
19 10. 



Edmund Robinson, M.D., of 2 1 3=j=Elizabeth Mary, born in Tavistock Street, Covent 



Bristol Road, Edgbaston, co. War- 
wick ; educated at Queen's College, 
Birmingham, M.R.C.S. 1855, L.S.A. 
1861, M.D. (St. Andrew's) 1862. 



Garden, London, 21 October, bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 19 November 1835 ; marr. at Edgbaston in 1855 ; 
died, aged 23, at Edgbaston, on Friday, 26 November 
1858. 



A 



Edward Davenport Payne=j=Emily Phoebe, born 



of 445 Gillott Road, 
Edgbaston; born in 1853. 



at Birmingham 22 
December 1858 ; 
marr. in 1883. 



A 



Bessie Amelia, born at Birmingham 29 
March i860; died at Oakwood Court, Ken- 
sington, London, on Sunday, 14 February 
1 9 10, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. 



Cecil Arthur Corder, born at Feering House,= 
Hornsey Rise, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 
2 April 1883. 



=Matilda, dau. of Oscar Joseph Johnson of 
Haenertsberg, Transvaal ; marr. at Boksburg, 
Transvaal, 3 October 1906. 



Brian Corder, born at Boksburg 8 
February [908; died 26 January 1915, 
bur. at Boksburg. 



Thelma, born at Boksburg 
26 August 1909. 



Enid Violet, born at 
Boksburg 5 October 
1914. 



145 



John Corder of Edwardes Terrace,= 
Kensington, co. Middlesex ; born 1 9 
May 1 801 ; died at 13 Grosvenor 
Road, South Norwood, co. Surrey, aged 
79, 6 February 1881. Will dated 15 
October 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 
96, 81) 21 February 1881, by Edward 
Ward. 



=Julia Anne, widow of 
Heathfield Tupper, 
M.R.C.S.; born 1111821; 
marr. at St. John's, Not- 
ting Hill, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 27 May 
1854 ; died on Tuesday, 
16 September 1856. 



Ann, born at Broad Street, 
Bloomsbury, London, 24 
September 1802 ; died, 
aged 4 months, 14 Jan- 
uary, bur. in Bunhill Fields, 
London, 18 January 1803. 



Claude E. Vaughan Hugh Gerald Annerley Corder, born at Maesyneuadd, Talsarnau, co. 
Corder, born in Merioneth, on Wednesday, 24 January 1894; Lieutenant 2nd Battalion 
1891; died in 1896. The Welsh Regiment, 2nd Lieutenant 17 February 1913 ; killed in action 
at Richebourg l'Avoue, France, aged 21, on Sunday, 9 May 19 15. 



George Alexander Corder, born at Bolton House, South Kensington, in 1847 ; married at 
Hong Kong, China, in 1884, Jane Barnett. He died at 48 Portland Road, Holland Park, 
co. Middlesex, 30 January 191 2, and was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 
Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 26 February 1912, to Jane Corder, relict. 

A 



I 
Horace Walter Corder, born=j=Flora Hawgood ; born in 



at Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
4 February 1861 ; died in 
London in 1900. 



1873 ; marr. in London in 
1894. 



Edgar Arthur Corder, born at 
Birmingham in 1862 ; died in 
1864, bur. in the churchyard of 
the parish church, Edgbaston, co. 
Warwick. 



Doris Maude, 
born in 1895. 



Edith, dau. of Thomas William Jones ;=j=Hubert Lionel Corder,=j=Isabel, dau. of Edward 
born in 1886 ; marr. at Wynberg, 
South Africa, 24 May 1904 ; died at 
Aliwal North, Cape Colony, 1 October 
1907, bur. there. 1st wife. 



born at Feering House, 
Hornsey Rise, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Sunday, 25 
January 1885. 



Knollys Green of Sea Point, 
Cape of Good Hope ; marr. 
at Sea Point 10 December 
1908. 2nd wife. 



Clive Sinclair, born 25 
November 1904. 



Basil Corder, born at Sea Point 
23 January 1910. 



146 



Edmund Herbert Corder of Feering Bury, Ombersley= 
Road, Worcester ; born at Birmingham, co. Warwick, 
24 October 1863; a Student at Queen's College, 
Birmingham, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin., L.F.P.S. 
Glasg. 1886; Honorary Surgeon Worcester Dispensary ; 
District Medical Officer Worcester Union. 



Amy Ayres, 
born in 

1868 ; mar- 
ried in 1887. 



Gladys, born 
in 1895. 



William Clayton Corder, 
born in 1897. 



Clara, born at Birming- 
ham 17 September 
1864 ; died at Folke- 
stone, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 19 August 
1902, bur. there. 



Sidney Corder, born 
and died at Birming- 
ham in 1865. 



Seymour Edgar Hubbard,=Alice, born at= 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Birmingham 13 
Kensington, London, in May 1868. 
1897. 1st husband. 



=James Sutherland, marr. 
at Johannesburg, South 
Africa, in 1911. 2nd 
husband. 



John Corder, born and 
died at Birmingham in 
1869. 



Edith, born at Birmingham 31 August 1870 ; married in 1899, 
Henry Alfred Mason of 28 St. James' Square, Holland Park, co. 
Middlesex. 



Frank Seymour Corder, born=j=Gladys, dau. of Ernest Lloyd of 



at South Beddington, co. Surrey, 
17 March 1886. 



Port Elizabeth, Cape of Good Hope ; 
marr. at Port Elizabeth in February 
1910. 



I 
Ronald Lyne Corder, 
born at Clapham, co. 
Surrey, 12 May 1890. 



Helen Maris Evelyn, born at Sea Point, 
Cape of Good Hope, in October 191 2. 



Wallace Corder, born at Johannesburg 
in April 1915. 



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M7 




Arms oh record in the College of Arms. 
Sable on a chevron or between two 
escallops in chief of the last and a bezant 
in base an escallop of the first. 

Crest. — An heraldic tiger sejant sable 
semee of escallops crined and gorged with 
a collar gemel or resting the dexter paw 
on a bezant. 

Mottoes. — I, Semper fidelis ; 2, Quod 
bene maneat. 



fitUin of Casfturgf) Spall 
ecu J&orfolL 



Rev. Robert Ficklin of Coltishall, co. Norfolk^ 
(eldest surviving son of Robert Ficklin of 




Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, by Ann his wife, dau. of 
John Gysbert Farewell of Hadleigh and of 
Toppesfield, co. Essex) ; born 24 September 
1746; of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1767 ; Rector of Crostwick 16 October 
1789, of Crostwight 2 June 1790, and of 
Booton, all co. Norfolk, 13 September 1796; 
died, aged 57, at Coltishall, 28 March, bur. at 
Crostwick 2 April 1804. M.I. and Memorial 
Window. Will dated 12 September 1803, 
proved (P.C.C. 322 Heseltine) 16 May 1804, 
by Mary Ann Ficklin, relict, and Horatio 
Batcheler. Portrait at Tasburgh Hall. 



Kdoti. trfiML, 



;Mary Ann, dau. 
of Thomas John 
Batcheler of Hor- 
stead Hall, co. 
Norfolk ; born in 
1760; marr. at 
Lammas, co. Nor- 
folk, 21 October 
1790 ; died in 
SidneyStreet, Cam- 
bridge, 7 August 
1825, bur. at 
Crostwick. M.I. 
and Memorial 
Window. Will 
dated 5 August 
1825, proved 
(P.C.C. 427 St. 
Albans) 23 August 
1825, by Tho- 
mas John Ficklin, 
son. Portrait at 
Tasburgh Hall. 



Lieut.-Colonel Robert Batcheler Ficklin, born 
at Lammas 24 January, bapt. there 29 January 
1794; Ensign 55th Foot 20 July 1815, Lieu- 
tenant 7 April 1825, Captain 10 August 1826, 
placed on half-pay 26 February 1830, Lieut.- 
Colonel (retired) 47th Foot 1 1 November 185 1 ; 
served in Kaffir War 18 19 ; died unmarried, 
aged 69, at Little Shelford, co. Cambridge, on 
Sunday, 4 April 1863, bur. at Shelford. M.I. 



Thomas John Ficklin, born at Lammas 1 1 February 
1796, and bapt. same day; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Cambridge ; died unmarried at Linton, co. Cambridge, 
28 April 1888, bur. at Crostwick. M.I. Will dated 
2 April 1884, with two codicils dated 28 September 1885, 
and 23 August 1886, proved at Peterborough 14 August 
1888, by Eliza Ficklin, and the Rev. Philip Utton 
Brown, and Thomas Musgrave Francis. Portrait at 
Tasburgh Hall. 




Horatio Pettus Ficklin of Aylsham, co. Norfolk; born 2 i=j-Mary Russell, eldest dau. of Robert Berney 



June 1798 ; died 24 May 1843, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, 
co. Surrey. 



Portrait at Tasburgh Hall, 



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148 



of Worstead, co. Norfolk, by Charlotte 
his wife, dau. of John Beevor, M.D. (brother 
of Sir Thomas Beevor, 1st Baronet); born 
27 February 1797, bapt. at Seaming, co. 
Norfolk; marr. there 21 June 1820; died 
23 April 1844, bur. at Worstead. M.I. in 
church. Portrait at Tasburgh Hall. 



Crisp Brown of Norwich, son of Crisp Brown of Mendham,: 

co. Suffolk, by Christiana his 

wife, dau. of Major John Cossey 

(who died of wounds received 

at the battle of Fontenoy 30 

April 1745); born 6 January 

1768; Alderman of Norwich, 

Sheriff 1814, Mayor 181 7; died, aged 62, at sea, on board 

the packet "Lyra" on Sunday, 19 August 1830, buried at 

sea. Memorial Tablet in St. Etheldred's Church, Norwich. 

Portrait at Tasburgk Ball, co. Norfolk. 



^£)°<ffayecArn-~ . 



($2?^^ U?7yp#ns 



=Maria, dau. of James Chase 
of the Old Duke's Palace, 
Norwich, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John Fair ; born in 
January 1777 ; marr. at 
Norwich on Tuesday, 18 
September 1804 ; died, aged 
77, 22 August, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Southgate, Norwich, 
29 August 1853. Memorial 
Tablet in St. Etheldred's 
Church, Norwich. Portrait 
at Tasburgk Hall, 



Mary Horatia Russell Ficklin, born= 
25 August 1 82 1 ; marr. at St. Giles', 
Norwich, 26 September 1848 ; died, 
aged 7 5, at Downlands, near Lyming- 
ton, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 13 
October 1896, bur. at Hordle, co. 
Hants. M.I. and memorial window. 
Will dated 10 June 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 128, 97) 1 February 
1897, by Crisp Berney Brown, son. 
Portrait at Tasburgk Hall. 



=Rev. Philip Utton Brown of Downlands, near Lymington ; 
born in King Street, Norwich, 1 January 18 13 ; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1836; Vicar of Elling- 
ham, co. Hants, 1882-83 ; died on his 77th birthday 
at Downlands, near Lymington, on Wednesday, 1 
January, bur. at Hordle 4 January 1890. M.I. and 
memorial window. Will dated 9 July 1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 9, 90) 27 January 1890, by Crisp Berney Brown, 
son. Portrait at Tasburgk Hall. 



#>0rrf*W> 



Philip Berney Ficklin of Tasburgh Hall,=j=Rita, only child of Alexander 



co. Norfolk ; born at Upper Hellesdon, 
near Norwich, 3 October 1849, bapt. at 
St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich ; assumed 
the name and arms of Ficklin by Royal 
Licence dated 28 November 1888, under 
the will of his great-uncle, Thomas John 
Ficklin of Linton, co. Cambridge, J. P. 
and D.L. ; J.P. for co. Norfolk 1896; 
F.S.A. 12 January 1905; died, aged 68, 
on Wednesday, 31 October, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Crostwick, co. Norfolk, on 
Tuesday, 6 November 191 7. Portrait 
at Tasburgh Hall. 



Mackintosh, M.D., of Woodside 
Place, Glasgow, by Janet his 2nd 
wife, dau. of John Tennent of 
Croftfoot, co. Lanark ; born at 
Gartnowal House, near Glasgow, 
11 December 1862, bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Mary's Episcopal 
Church, Glasgow (by the Rev. 
Philip Utton Brown and her 
cousin, the Rev. Canon Augustus 
Blair Donaldson), on Wednesday, 
18 July 1888. Portrait at 
Tasburgh Hall. 



Crisp Berney 
Brown of Hordle 
Dene, Hordle ; 
born at Upper 
Hellesdon 2 1 
March 1 85 1, bapt. 
at St. Laurence', 
Norwich. 




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Philip Sydney Berney Ficklin, born at Hellesdon Lodge, co. Norfolk, on Monday, 20 May 
1889, bapt. at St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich ; died, aged three months, at Hellesdon Lodge 
on Monday, 26 August following, bur. at Crostwick, co. Norfolk. M.I. there, and a Memorial 
Window in Tasburgh Church. 



149 



Robert Berney Ficklin, born 17 December 1824;= 
Lieutenant Royal Canadian Rifles ; died, aged 29, 
at Bishopsteignton, co. Devon, 26 November 1854, 
bur. at Luton, co. Devon. M.I. Portrait at 
Tasburgh Hall, co. Norfolk. 



=Eliza, elder dau. of Charles Burton 
Daveney of Norwich, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Peter Travers Morrill, 
Captain 10th Madras Light Infantry ; 
born 23 June 1826, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Norwich ; marr. there 3 May 1849 ; 
died, aged 91, at Linton on Saturday, 
14 July, bur. at Colton, co. Norfolk, on 
Thursday, 19 July 1917. M.I. 



Tom Berney Ficklin, born at Niagara, Canada, 15 November 1851, bapt. there; 
educated on board H.M.S. "Britannia"; Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 18 
December 1871 ; served in Ashanti War, and died on active service 17 February 
1874, bur. in the cemetery at Cape Coast Castle, South Africa. Memorial 
Window in Colton Church. 



Horatio Pettus Mackintosh Berney Ficklin, born at 21= 
Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, London, on Monday, 
13 June 1892, bapt. at Tasburgh, co. Norfolk ; educated 
at Rugby and at Jesus College, Cambridge, matriculated 
in 191 1 ; gazetted to the 1st Battalion Norfolk Regiment 
9 June 1914, Lieutenant 5 March 1915, temporary Major 
8th Battalion 1 July 19 16 ; appointed Brigade-Major to 152nd 
Infantry Brigade in July 191 7 ; serving in France since 1915 
(awarded Military Cross 3 June 1916, and the Croix de 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour in February 191 7). 



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=Audrey Brenda Knyvet, younger 
dau. of Brereton Knyvet Wilson 
of St. Leonard's Priory, Norwich, 
Lieutenant Motor Transport, 
Army Service Corps, by Gertrude 
Brenda his wife, dau. of James 
Henry Brooke Christie of 
Framingham Manor, co. Norfolk ; 
born at 12 Victoria Square, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. North- 
umberland, 22 August 1894, 
bapt. at St. George's, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne ; marr. at St. Peter 
Mancroft, Norwich, on Monday, 
9 July 1917. 



I 
Alexander Tennent Mackintosh Berney Ficklin, born at 15 Old Quebec Street, Hyde Park, 

London, on Friday, 10 May 1895, bapt. at Tasburgh; educated at Rugby; gazetted to 

the 8th Battalion Norfolk Regiment 14 September 1914, appointed Staff- Captain to the 

53rd Infantry Brigade January 1915, promoted Lieutenant 8th Norfolk Regiment March 1915, 

and Captain and Adjutant 2 July 1916; serving in France since July 1915 (awarded Military 

Cross 1 January 191 7). 



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JFrtpp. 



Edward Bowles Fripp of Hutton Court, co.= 
Somerset, formerly of The Priory, Westbury- 
on-Trym, co. Gloucester (younger son of 
Samuel Fripp of Bristol, co. Gloucester, by 
Dorothy his wife, dau. of Edward Bowles 
of Shirehampton, co. Gloucester, and brother 
of the Rev. Samuel Charles Fripp of West- 
bury-on-Trym, see Vol. 18, page 185) ; born 
at Bristol 29 January 1787; died at Teign- 
mouth, co. Devon, 1 September 1870, bur. at 
Hutton. Will dated 25 October 1866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 720, 70) 2 November 1870, by 
Daniel Haythorne Goolden. 



■Frances Middleton, dau. 
of the Rev. Edward 
Bowles, Vicar of Brad- 
ford-on-Avon, co. Wilts, 
and Minor Canon of 
Bristol Cathedral ; born 
3 November 1789 ; 
marr. at St. Michael's, 
Bristol, 3 November 
1809 ; died on Mon- 
day, 29 January 1849, 
bur. at Hutton. 



Edward Bowles Fripp of Clifton, co. Gloucester ;= 
born at the Fort House, Bristol, 14 November 
1820 ; died at Brooklands, Southport, co. Lancaster, 
5 September 1866, bur. at Southport. Adffion 
was granted at Liverpool 1 November 1866, to 
Emma Sophia Fripp, relict. 



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=Emma Sophia, eldest dau. of Thomas 
Richard Sanders of Bristol ; born 1 May 
1818 ; marr. at St. George's, Brandon 
Hill, Bristol, 16 April 1846 ; died at 
Brooklands, Southport, aged 48, on 
Saturday, 16 March, bur. at Southport 
21 March 1867. 



Margaret Emma Vero Charles Driffield of Widnes,=j=Marian Ethel, bom at Clifton 30 



Bowles, born at co. Lancaster (elder son of Charles 
Clifton 25 March Edward Driffield of Southport) ; 
1847, bapt. at born at Prescot, co. Lancaster, 
Hutton 2 April 7 May 1848 ; died at Appleton, 
1850. Widnes, 14 November, buried 

at Farnworth, co. Lancaster, 19 
November 1915. „ 



November 1848, bapt. at Hutton 
2 April 1850 ; marr. at Backwell, 
co. Somerset, on Thursday, 13 
September 1877 ; died 25 November, 
buried at Farnworth 29 November 
1878. 



Edward Townshend Driffield of Escrick, ; 
Formby, co. Lancaster, and of Castle 
Street, Liverpool (younger son of Charles 
Edward Driffield of Southport) ; born at 
Prescot 10 December 1851 ; admitted a 
Solicitor 1874. /t\ 



=Ella Downing, born at 7 Victoria Square, Clifton, on 
Saturday, 14 January 1854, bapt. at the parish church, 
Clifton ; marr. at St. Mary's, Wimbledon, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. George Townshend Driffield), on 
Thursday, 17 August 1876. 



151 



Rev. Charles Spencer Fripp,= 
born 9 September 1822 ; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 18 June 1841, and 
of Magdalen Hall, B.A. and 
M.A. 1 86 1 ; Vicar of St. 
Paul's, Portland Square, 
Bristol, 1867 till death ; died 
at 18 Portland Square, 
aged 49, on Sunday, 5 No- 
vember 187 1, bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol. 
Admon granted at Bristol 
30 November 187 1, to Eliza 
Charlotte Fripp, relict. 



=Eliza Charlotte, 
youngest dau. of 
John Elton of 
Redhill, Wring- 
ton,co. Somerset ; 
born 22 April 
1822; marr. at 
Wrington 2 June 
1853 ; died at 
Clevedon, co. 
Somerset, 1 3 May 
1 906, bur. at Wal- 
ton-by- Clevedon. 




James Leonard= 
Wilson of 

Woodslee, Wim- 
bledon, co. 
Surrey ; born in 
London 13 Oc- 
tober 1820; 
died at Woods- 
lee, Wimbledon, 
bur.at St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon. 



=AdelaideAnne,born Other 
at Westbury-on- issue. 
Trym, co. Glouces- 
ter, 3 September 
1830; marr. at St. James', 
Teignmouth, co. Devon (by 
her brother, the Rev. Charles 
Spencer Fripp), 16 April 
1863 ; died at Burfield, 
Wimbledon, aged 81, 11 
August, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon, 14 August 191 2. 
Will dated 17 June 1893, 
with codicil dated 13 Octo- 
ber 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1476, 12) 28 September 
1 91 2, by James Edward 
Bowles Wilson, son, the Rev. 
Ernest Awdry Gray, son-in- 
law, and Hugh Adams. 



A 



Annie Eliza Spencer, 
born at the Parson- 
age, Kingston Deverill, 
co. Wilts, on Saturday, 
27 May 1854, bapt. at 
Kingston Deverill. 



Ada Mary Elton, 
born at Portishead, 
co. Somerset, on 
Wednesday, 13 Jan- 
uary 1864, bapt. at 
Portishead. 



Rev. Charles Edward Bowles Fripp of The= 
Chaplain's House, H.M. Prison, Hull, co. York ; 
born at Portishead 1 October 1866, bapt. 
there ; of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 24 October 1885, B.A. 1889, M.A. 
1892; Curate of Reddall Hill, co. Stafford, 
1891-93, and of All Souls', Grosvenor Park, 
Walworth, co. Surrey, 1893-94 ; Vicar of 
Treneglos-cum-Warbstow, co. Cornwall, 1895 
-1902 ; Perpetual Curate of St. Peter and 
Assistant Chaplain H.M. Prison, Portland, co. 
Dorset, 1902-1904, Assistant Chaplain H.M. 
Prison, Wormwood Scrubbs, 1905 -1906, 
Chaplain H.M. Prisons, Nottingham, 1906 
-1907, Preston, co. Lancaster, 1907-14, 
Parkhurst, Isle of Wight, 1914-16, and Hull 
1916. 



=Marion Agnes, younger 
dau. of Major James 
Preston Fitzgerald of 
Castle View, Walton- 
by- Clevedon, and of 
the Somerset Light 
Infantry, by Agnes 
Edith his wife, dau. of 
Richard Pitman King 
of Bruton, co. Somer- 
set ; born 9 March 
1876, bapt. at Bruton ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Walton - by - Clevedon, 
on Tuesday, 8 October 
i895- 



Edward Fitzgerald Fripp, born at Castle View, 
Walton-by-Clevedon, on Monday, 16 November 
1896, bapt. at St. Mary's, Walton-by-Clevedon; 
educated at Rossall School, admitted 1908; 
enlisted in Public Schools' Brigade 191 5, 
transferred to The Cameronians' Officer Cadet 
Unit 1916. 



Alfred Elton Fripp, born at Castle 
View, Walton-by-Clevedon, 30 
March 1901, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Walton-by-Clevedon ; educated at 
Rossall School, admitted 1909. 



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152 




j&arnart. 



Rev. Robert Cary Barnard (eldest= 
son of the Rev. Thomas Barnard, 
Rector of Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 
by Melosine his wife, dau. of 
Arnold Rosenhagen of Isleworth, 
co. Middlesex) ; born at Withers- 
field 9 May, bapt. there 31 May 
1758 ; Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, admitted Sizar 26 June 
1775, B.A. 1779, M.A. 1782, B.D. 
1 791 ; Rector of Withersfield 1782 ; 
J. P. for co. Suffolk ; died 11 March, 
bur. at Withersfield 17 March 1827, 
Will dated 31 August 1826, proved 
(P.C.C. 139 Heber) 30 March 1827, 
by Thomas Barnard, son. 



■Elizabeth, only dau. 
of Cary Elwes of 
Throcking, co. Hert- 
ford, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife, dau. of 
Edward Holgate of 
Roxby, co. Lincoln ; 
born at Isleworth 1 
July, bapt. there 7 Au- 
gust 1 77 1 ; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 
10 June 1790 ; died, 
aged 42J at Withers- 
field 8 January, bun 
there 1 6 January 1 8 1 3. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Quarterly, Argent and gules a bear sejant 
sable muzzled and collared or. 

Crest. — A demi-bear couped sable 
muzzled and collared and holding between 
its paws a mascle or. 

Motto. — Beware of the bear. 



For earlier Pedigree, see "Notes" to "Visitation of 
England and Wales" Vol. 7, page 167). 



Robert Cary Thomas Barnard of Prestbury, co. Gloucester, formerly 5 
Barnard, born of Bartlow, co. Cambridge ; born at Withersfield 30 July, 
at Withersfield bapt. there n August 1792 ; entered the Army in 1808, 
23 March, Lieutenant 41st Foot 3 April 1810, Captain 95th Foot 
bapt. there 3 24 August 1815, of the 71st Foot 6 April 1820; J.P, 
May 1791 ; for co. Cambridge; died, aged 78, at Alveston Vicarage, 
bur. there 24 co. Warwick, on Tuesday, 25 April 187 1, bur, at 
August 181 1. Prestbury. Will dated 16 January 1871, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 294, 71) 25 May 1871, by the Rev. William Barnard 
and Robert Cary Barnard, sons, and Thomas Porter. 



=Christian, dau. of 
Thomas Porter of 
Rockbeare House, 
co. Devon ; married 
by licence at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 12 
August 1822 ; died, 
aged 64, at Prest- 
bury, on Sunday, 10 
February 1861. 



Major Thomas Barnard, born 
19 July 1823 ; Ensign 65th 
Foot 16 July 1 84 1, Lieutenant 
6 December 1844, Captain 
(retired), afterwards Major 
Warwickshire Militia ; died 
unmarried at Alveston Vicar- 
age on Thursday, 2 June 1881, 
bur. at Alveston. Will dated 
19 May 187 1, with codicil 
dated 26 April 1877, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 509, 81), 5 July 
1881, by the Rev. William 
Barnard, brother. 



Rev. William Barnard, born at Bartlow=j=Jane, only dau. of 

2 1 May 1825 ; educated at Winchester and Richard Dalton ; 

at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 

Pensioner 14 March 1844, B.A. (Crosse 

Scholar) 1849 ; Curate of Preston 

Candover, co. Hants, 1848-50, of Barford, 

1851-55, and of Marton Morrell, 

both co. Warwick, 1855-56 ; Vicar of 

Alveston 1856-1900; died, aged 83, at 

Alveston, 2 December 1 908, bur. there. Will 

dated 24 June 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 

1704, 1908) 29 December 1908, by the 

Rev. Gilbert William Barnard and Edward 

Ripley Dalton, Barrister at-Law. 



marr. at Kelmarsh, 
co. Northampton 
(bytheRev.Richard 
Dalton), on Thurs- 
day, 28 April 1853; 
died, aged 86, 4 
April, bur. at 
Alveston 7 April 
1906. 



William Rosenhagen Barnard, born at Barford 
on Saturday, 18 March 1854 ; died in infancy, 
bur. at Barford. 

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Christina Jane, born at the Rectory, 
Kelmarsh, on Thursday, 21 June 1855. 



Henry Lindow Lindow of Lower Slaughter House, co. Gloucester=j= 
(twin son of Henry Rawlinson, M.P. for Liverpool); born at 
Liverpool; educated at Rugby, admitted Midsummer 1789, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 18 April 1795, aged 17 ; 
assumed the name of Lindow in 1792; died aged 71, at Lower 
Slaughter House, 23 November 1848. Will dated 12 March 1845, 
proved (P.C.C 119, 49) 22 February 1849, by the Rev. Charles 
Hesketh and Thomas Barnard. 



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Charlotte Elizabeth, born 
at Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 
28 April, bapt. there 17 
June 1794; marr. at 
Withersfield 30 August 
1819; died, aged 52, at 
Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, 27 January 
1847- 



Mary Julia, 2nd dau. of= 
George Hume Reade, 
Staff Surgeon Army 
Medical Department ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
East Stonehouse, co. 
Devon, 8 October 1856 ; 
died at Evenwood, near 
Auckland, New Zealand, 
15 June 1857. 1st wife. 



"=Major Robert Cary Barnard, born i3=j=Anne, youngest dau. of the 



December 1827 ; Ensign 41st Welsh 
Regiment 19 March 1847, Lieutenant 
22 March 1850, Captain 18 November 
1S53, Major 9 March 1855 ; died, aged 
79, at Bartlow, Leckhampton Hill, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, on Satur- 
day, 22 December 1906, cremated at 
Birmingham. Will dated 14 October 
1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 170, 1907) 
12 February 1907, by Arthur Hort 
Barnard, son, Harriet Christian and 
Charlotte Sarah Barnard, spinsters, 
daughters. 



Rev. John Stevens Henslow, 
Rector of Hitcham, co. Suf- 
folk, and Professor of Botany 
at Cambridge ; born in 1833 ; 
marr. at Hitcham (by the Rev. 
Leonard Ramsay Henslow) 
on Tuesday, 2 August 1859, 
marriage settlements dated 
13 July; died on Thursday, 19 
January 1 899, bur. at Woking, 
co. Surrey. 2nd wife. 



Anne Mary, born at the Rectory, Hitcham, on Thursday, 12 July i860; died at York 
House, Folkestone, co. Kent, 6 October 1906, cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex. 
Will dated 31 January 1900, proved at Gloucester 2 November 1906, by Arthur Hort 
Barnard, brother, and Charlotte Sarah Barnard, spinster, sister. 



Rev. Gilbert William Barnard, born at Alveston, co. Warwick, = 
30 December 1857 ; educated at Winchester and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1876, B.A. 
1880; Curate of St. Mary's, Battersea, co. Surrey, 1880-84, of 
Allesley, co. Warwick, 1884-86, and of St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, 1886-89; Vicar of St. Patrick's, Hockley 
Heath, co. Warwick, 1889-1906, and of Leonard Stanley, 
co. Gloucester, 1906-12. 



=Beatrix Amy, dau. of General 
George Staunton, C.B., 
Colonel 92nd Highlanders, 
by Henrietta Sara his wife, 
dau. of Bransby Cooper, 
F.R.S. ; born at Farapet, co. 
Devon ; marr. at Meriden, 
co. Warwick, 9 January 1 894. 



Grace Melosine, born 16 October 1894, 
bapt. at St. Patrick's, Hockley Heath. 



William Louis Barnard, born 23 April 
1896, bapt. at St. Patrick's, Hockley 
Heath ; educated at Winchester and at 
the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
Lieutenant The Oxfordshire and Buck- 
inghamshire Light Infantry, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 11 November 1914; served in 
European War (twice wounded). 



GilbertRichardBar- 
nard, born at St. 
Patrick's Vicarage, 
Hockley Heath, on 
Sunday, 10 October 
1897, bapt. at St. 
Patrick's, Hockley 
Heath ; educated at 
Winchester. 



Robert Hugh Barnard (twin with 
George Patrick), born 26 July 
1 90 1, bapt. at St. Patrick's, 
Hockley Heath ; Cadet at Royal 
Naval College, Dartmouth. 



George Patrick Barnard (twin 
with Robert Hugh), born 26 
July 1 90 1, bapt. at St. Patrick's, 
Hockley Heath ; educated at 
Winchester. 



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Anthony Rosenhagen (son of the Ven ble Philip Rosenhagen,=Louisa Craven, born 1 7 September, 

Archdeacon of Colombo, by Mary Bigg his wife) ; died, bapt. at Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 

aged 76, at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 18 December 15 November 1795; marr. on 

1853. He married 2ndly, 20 October 1821, Frances, dau. Tuesday, 26 October 1819 ; died 

of Fleetwood Parkhurst of Ripple, co. Worcester; born 27 November following. 
3 April 1788; died, aged 55, at Cheltenham, 23 January 
1843. 



Charlotte Christina, bom 31 October 1836 ; died at Avondale, Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
on Friday, 19 May 1899, bur. in the cemetery at Malvern. Will dated 17 July 1895, 
with codicil dated 21 April 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 700, 99) 29 June 1899, by the 
Rev. William Barnard and Robert Cary Barnard, brothers, and the Rev. Gilbert William 
Barnard, nephew. 



Robert Cary Henslow= 
Barnard, born at Cam- 
bridge House, Chelten- 
ham, on Saturday, 21 
June 1862 ; Deputy 
Chief Engineer Great 
Indian Peninsula Rail- 
way, India. 



=Frances Anne, eldest dau. of 
Edward Angelo Goodall, 
R.W.S., of 57 Fitzroy Road, 
Regent's Park, London ; 
marr. at St. Mark's, Regent's 
Park, on Wednesday, 21 
August 1895. 



Thomas Campbell Barnard, born at 
Cambridge House, Cheltenham, on 
Tuesday, 4 August, died, aged 5 
weeks, at Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset, on Monday, 7 September 
1863, bur. at Prestbury, co. Gloucester. 



Jessie Beatrice, born 
at Bhusawal, Bombay 
Presidency, India, on 
Thursday, 28 January 
1897. 



Thomas Henslow Barnard, born at 
Bartlow, Leckhampton, Chelten- 
ham, on Thursday, 25 August 
1898; educated at Malvern College 
and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, admitted January 1917. 



William Goodall Barnard, 
born in India 2 2 September 
1902; died at Bartlow, 
Leckhampton, on Monday, 
10 August 1908. 



Arthur Hort Barnard,= 
born at Cambridge 
House, Cheltenham, 
on Wednesday, 23 
Novemben864; Staff- 
Sergeant 78th Terri- 
torial (Reserve) Bat- 
talion, Montrose, co. 
Forfar. 



=Margaret Ethel Clara, 
youngest dau. of the Rev. 
John Montague Seaton, 
Vicar of Chasetown, co. 
Stafford ; born at' Lich- 
field, co. Stafford, 1 1 
March 1868; marr. at 
Chasetown on Thursday, 
8 November 1888. 



Harriet Christian, of Leckhampton, co. 
Gloucester ; born at Cambridge House, 
Cheltenham, on Sunday, 3 December 1865. 



Rose Elizabeth, of Hitcham, Fairfield Park 
Road, Cheltenham ; born at Cambridge 
House, Cheltenham, on Wednesday, 5 
December 1866. 



Margaret Anne, born 
at Hednesford, co. 
Stafford, 21 September 
1 89 1 ; died at Conis- 
borough, co. York, 6 
June 1907. 



Arthur Seaton Cary Barnard, born at 
Hednesford 9 January 1893 ; educated 
at Cheltenham College and at Hert- 
ford College, Oxford; 2nd Lieutenant 
6th Battalion York and Lancaster 
Regiment; served in Gallipoli 1915 
and in France 191 7. 



Guy Christian Barnard, 
born at Pelsall, co. Stafford, 
5 April 1896 ; educated at 
Bromsgrove School and at 
Sheffield University; Lance- 
Corporal 9th Battalion 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. 



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Rev. Charles James Barnard, born 6 November 1797, bapt.= 
at Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 18 January 1798 ; educated at 
Uppingham ; served in the Royal Navy as a Midshipman 
at the bombardment of Algiers 27 August 1816 (medal) ; 
Rector of Bigby 28 February 1833, and Vicar of Roxby 
with Risby, all co. Lincoln, 9 April 1833 ; J.P. for parts of 
Lindsey, co. Lincoln; died, aged 70, at South-hill House, 
Torquay, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 29 September 1868, 
bur. at Torquay. Memorial Tablet in Bigby Church. 
Will with codicil dated 16 February 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 638, 68), 21 October 1868, by the Rev. Charles 
Cary Barnard, son, and Willoughby Breare Still Rackham. 



Caroline Arabella Elizabeth (his 
cousin), eldest dau. of Robert Cary 
Elwes of Great Billing, co. North- 
ampton, by the Hon ble Caroline 
(Anderson-Pelham) his 1st wife, 
2nd dau. of Charles, 1st Baron 
Yarborough) ; born 12 August 
1798 ; marr. at Great Billing 5 Feb- 
ruary 1827 ; died, aged 67, at 
Torquay, on Monday, 28 May 1866, 
bur. at Torquay. Memorial Tablet 
in Bigby Church. 



Charlotte Alington, only surviving=Charles Cary-Barnard (formerly in= 



child of Henry Alington-Pye (formerly 
Alington), of Louth, co. Lincoln, by 
Charlotte Mary his 1st wife, younger 
dau. and coheir of John Yerburgh 
of Frampton, co. Lincoln ; born 
23 December 1830 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
18 May 1854; composed about 
100 popular ballads under the 
pseudonym of " Claribel," 1858-69 ; 
died at 19 Waterloo Crescent, Dover, 
co. Kent, 30 January 1869, bur. 
in St. James' Cemetery, Dover. 
Memorial window in the parish 
church, Louth. 1st wife. 



Holy Orders) ; born at Grandches- 
ter, co. Cambridge, 14 December 
1827; educated at Rugby (admitted 
1 841) and at Exeter College.Oxford, 
matriculated 30 April 1846, B.A. 
1850, M.A. 1853 ; Rector of Brock- 
lesby with Kirmington, co. Lincoln, 
1863-69 ; J.P. for parts of 
Lindsey, co. Lincoln ; died, aged 
77, at 97 Ashley Gardens, Westmin- 
ster, 28 November, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 2 Decem- 
ber 1905. Will dated 25 February 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 8, 1906) 
13 January 1906, by Hubert Vyel 
Juan Cary-Barnard and Collina 
Turner, spinster. 



=AIice Rose, youngest 
dau. of Edward de 
Selvier Solis of 
Darro, Spain, by Alice 
Carpentier his 2nd 
wife; born at Exeter, 
co. Devon, 13 Jan- 
uary 1 85 1 ; marr. by 
special licence at 
Dublin 27 April 
1870 ; died at 30 
Eversfield Place, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea,co. 
Sussex, 1 December 
1891, bur. in Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings, 
co. Sussex. 2nd wife. 



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Leila Isabel Rose Hermance, born at 22 Westbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Easter Monday, 1 April, 
bapt. at St. James', Paddington, London, 14 May 1872; 
died 9 July 1875, bur. in St. James' Cemetery, Dover. 



Muriel Vera Melosine, born at 

22 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 
Park, on Saturday, 4 October, 
bapt. at St. James', Paddington, 

23 November 1873. 



Adam Sedgwick Barnard of Mansall=j=Muriel, youngest dau. of the Rev. William Thomas 



Lodge, Prestwich, co. Lancaster ; born 
at Cambridge House, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Monday, 29 June 1868; 
Member of the Institution of Electrical 
Engineers, Assoc. M.Inst. C. E. 



John Maries Sedg- 
wick Barnard, born 
at Westbourne 
Avenue, Hull, co. 
York, 22 July 
1900. 



Gwilym Maries of Llwynrhydowen, co. Cardigan ; born 
at Llangranog, co. Cardigan, 31 July 1874; educated 
at University College, Bangor, and at Aberystwith, 
B.A. London University ; marr. at Piatt Chapel, 
Manchester, on Wednesday, 10 August 1898. 



Ursula Mary, born at Westbourne 
Avenue, Hull, 15 October 1902. 

Theodore Robert Barnard, born 
at Westbourne, Kollupitiya, 
Colombo, Ceylon, 20 November 
1905- 

156 



Peter Nevin Barnard, born at Leigh 
Road, Walsall, co. Stafford, 8 
September 1910. 

Anthony Rosenhagen Barnard, born 
at Victoria Terrace, Walsall, 22 May 
1914. 



Henry Anthony 
Barnard, born 
6 August, bapt. 
at Withersfield, 
co. Suffolk, 7 
October 1803 ; 
died unmarried 
20 April 1861. 



John Gilbert Bar- 
nard, born 2 1 
December 1808, 
bapt. at Withers- 
field ; bur. there 
4 February 18 12. 



Philip Adolphus Barnard, born 30 April, bapt. at Withers- 
field 6 December 181 1 ; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1822; of the 24th Foot; Barrack Master at 
Canterbury in 1861 ; a Queen's Messenger; died s.p., aged 
75, at Canton Villa, Dover, co. Kent, on Monday, 15 March 
1886, bur. in St. James' Cemetery, Dover. Will dated 22 
June 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 305, 86) 22 April 1886, 
by Susannah Barnard. He married Matilda Fry. 



Dudley Thomas Barnard, born 
17 January 1829; entered Wool- 
wich in 1846; Ensign 52nd 
Madras Native Infantry 26 Feb- 
ruary 1849 ; died at Bigby, co. 
Lincoln, aged 26, on Tuesday, 
17 July 1855, bur. there. 



Louisa Charlotte, born 
8 January 1830 ; died, 
aged 25, on Friday, 19 
October 1855, bur. at 
Bigby. 



George Percy Barnard, born n 
March 1831; educated at Rugby, 
admitted February 1846; Ensign 
34th Foot 16 February 1850; 
died, aged 23, at Bigby, on 
Tuesday, 13 June 1854, bur. 
there. 



Gerard Charles Victor Cary-Barnard, bom at 38 Cambridge=f=Margaret Emilie Isabel, 2nd 



Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Tuesday, 30 March, bapt. 
at Folkestone, co. Kent, 20 June 1875 ; educated at Bradfield 
College, admitted 21 September 1888; served with British 
South Africa Police in South African War 1901 (Queen's 
medal with four clasps) ; of the Duke of Lancaster's Yeomanry 
September 1914 to August 1916; 2nd Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion Manchester Regiment 22 November 1916. 



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dau. of George John Swanston, 
C.B., Secretary Marine De- 
partment, Board of Trade, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
John Cary ; born at West- 
bourne Crescent, Hyde Park, 
London ; marr. at St. John's, 
St. Leonard's - on - Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Tuesday, 7 June 
1898. 



Marguerite Sybil Charlotte, born 
at Watlington, co. Sussex, 5 
May, bapt. at St. Barnabas', 
Bexhill-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 24 
July rgoi. 



Dudley Vivian Charles Cary- 
Barnard, born at Hailsham, co. 
Sussex, 2 December 1905, bapt. at 
Lullington, eo. Sussex, 1 January 
1906. 



Edith Patricia Mary, 
born at Hailsham 16 
March, bapt. at Pole- 
gate, co. Sussex, 28 
April 191 1. 



Leonard William Barnard of The Bittams,= 
Leckhampton, co. Gloucester ; born at Bartlow, 
Leckhampton, 30 June 1870; Fellow of the 
Royal Institute of British Architects ; enrolled 
r January 1900 in the City Imperial Volunteers, 
and served with the Mounted Infantry in South 
African War (Queen's medal with six clasps) ; 
received Freedom of the City of London 12 
January 1900; Captain 16th Service Battalion 
(The King's Royal Rifle Corps) 2T September 
i9r4, transferred to 1st Garrison Battalion The 
Hampshire Regiment April 191 6, and to the 
Royal Engineers 51st Company Artisans Works 
December following; serving in European War 
in France since 20 May 1916. 



=Frances Harriet, only dau. 
of Sir William Turner 
Thiselton-Dyer, K.C.M.G., 
CLE., LL.D., of The 
Ferns, Witcombe, co. 
Gloucester, by Harriet 
Anne his wife, dau. of Sir 
Joseph Dalton Hooker, 
O.M., G.C.S.I., C.B.; 
born at 1 1 Kew Gardens 
Road, Kew, co. Middlesex, 
9 April 1878 ; marr. at the 
parisli church, Leckhamp- 
ton, on Friday, 26 July 
1912. 



Charlotte Sarah, 
of Leckhampton ; 
born at Bartlow, 
Leckhampton, 27 
September 1873. 



William Thiselton Barnard, born at The Bittams, Leckhampton, on 
Sunday, 9 November, bapt. at the parish church, Leckhampton, 
on Sunday, 2t December 19 13. 

157 



Major William Puckle (son of Richard Puckl& 
of Bognor, co. Sussex, by Clementia his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Kay, of Wandsworth, co. Surrey) ; born 
at Worthing, co. Sussex, 13 April 1835 ; educated 
at Tonbridge ; Major Isle of Wight Artillery 
Militia; served in the Crimean War 1855 (medal) ; 
died at Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 7 April 1886, 
bur. in the cemetery at Tunbridge Wells. 



Caroline Georgiana, born at Hockliffe, co. 
Bedford, 17 August 1832; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, on Thursday, 
29 April 1869 ; died, aged 70, at 1 Sloane 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 1 January, bur. at Billing, co. 
Northampton, 4 January 1903. 



Major Cyril Darcy Vivian Cary-Barnard, D.S.O., of Belville,= 
Athenry, co. Galway ; born at 9 Prince of Wales' Terrace, Kensington, 
London, on Friday, n August, bapt. there privately 29 November 1876; 
educated at Bradfield College, admitted 19 April 1888 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) 27 October 1900, Lieutenant 13 
September 1902 (attached to West African Regiment 1903-1906), Captain 
1 April 1909, Major 1 September 1915, temporary Lieut.-Colonel in 
command of the 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment 26 April 1916; 
served in South African War with Lumsden's Horse 1899-1900 (Queen's 
medal with three clasps), and in European War 23 October 1914 (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette " February 1915 and May 1917); D.S.O. 
1 January 1915, to which a bar was awarded in August 1917. 




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-.Henrietta Maude 
Mary, only child 
of Colonel Dudley 
Thomas Persse, 
of the 13th Prince 
Albert's (Somerset- 
shire Light Infan- 
try), by Mary his 
wife, daughter of 
Stephen William 
Creagh ; born at 
135 St. Stephen's 
Green, Dublin, on 
Friday, 5 July 1889; 
marr. at Athenry 
11 July 1 910. 



Melosine Vivienne, born at 4 
Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, 
10 April 191 1, bapt. at Athenry. 



Dudley Pelham Charles Cary-Barnard, 
born at Devizes, co. Wilts, 2 September 
1 9 13, bapt. there. 



Hubert Vyel Juan Cary-Barnard, born at 
9 Prince of Wales' Terrace, Kensington, on 
Tuesday, 26 March, bapt. privately, received 
into the church at Margate, co. Kent, 10 
July 1878; educated at Rugby, admitted 
Christmas Term, 1892 ; Lieutenant Army 
Service Corps 1 June 1915. 



Lucille Valerie Christine, born at 9 Prince of 
Wales' Terrace, Kensington, on Friday, 22 
August 1879, bap 1 - at Westgate-on-Sea, co. 
Kent ; died at 4 Clarendon Square, Leaming- 
ton, co. Warwick, aged 1 1 years and 4 months, 
on Monday, 30 December 1890, bur. at Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings, co. Sussex. 



158 






Pelham William 
Barnard, born at 
Bigby, co. Lincoln, 
25 October, bapt. 
there 20 Decem- 
ber 1833 ; edu- 
cated at Rugby, 
admitted February 
1849 ; died, aged 
31, at Bigby, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 

January 1864, bur. 
there. 



Rev. Mordaunt Barnard (2nd son of the Rev.= 
Thomas Barnard, Vicar of Great Amwell, co. 
Hertford, by Everilda Dorothea his wife, 2nd dau. 
of Sir Mordaunt Martin, Baronet, of Burnham, co. 
Norfolk) ; born at Litcham, co. Norfolk, 5 December, 
bapt. there 13 December 1795 ; educated at Charter- 
house, admitted a Scholar 9 June 1806, and at Christ's 
College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 2 February 
1813, Scholar 15 December 1814, B.A. 181 7, 
M.A. 1833 ; Perpetual Curate of Barnoldswick, co. 
York, 1820; Vicar of Great Amwell 23 June 1826 
to 1864; Rector of Little Bardfield, co. Essex, 
1845-64, and of Preston Bagot, co. Warwick, 
1867-74; J. P. for co. Essex; Author of "The 
Education of the Christian Minister," 1821, and 
" A Translation of the Odyssey into English 
Blank Verse," 1876 ; died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
co. Sussex, 29 October 1885, bur. in Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings, co. Sussex. Will dated 3 July 
1883, proved at Lewes n January 1886, by 
Adelaide Sophia Barnard, relict, Melosine Sophia 
Maria Neville-Rolfe, widow, daughter, and Thomas 
Barnes Couchman. He married istly, 15 April 
182 1, Margaret Louisa Maria, dau. of Major Bolton; 
she died 16 May 1857. 



Adelaide Sophia, 
born at Bigby 16 
December 1834, 
bapt. there 10 April 
1835; marr.atPam- 
pisford, co. Cam- 
bridge (by her 
cousin, the Rev. 
Thomas Field), on 
Tuesday, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1866 ; died 
at 28 St. James' 
Road, Tunbridge 
Wells, co. Kent, 
22 December 1906, 
bur. in Ore Ceme- 
tery, Hastings. Will 
dated K) February 
1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 79, 1907) 7 
February 1907, by 
the Rev. Percy 
Mordaunt Barnard, 
son, and Arthur 
Francis Bell. 



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{For issue, see page 161.) 



Harrington Fortescue Barnard, bapt. at Bigby, co. 
Lincoln, 5 May, died, aged 1 month, bur. at Bigby 
26 May 1836. 



Edward Drummond (5th son of John Drummond of= 
Redenham, co. Hants, by Georgiana Augusta his wife, 
4th dau. and coheir of Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, 
G.C.B., of Rolls Park, co. Essex, M.P.) ; born n March 
1833 ; educated at Rugby and at Haileybury ; of the 
Bengal Civil Service 1853-78; died, aged 83, at 13 
St. James' Place, St. James' Street, Westminster, on 
Thursday, 30 November, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, on Monday, 4 December 1916. 



Frances Mary, bapt. at Bigby 4 April, 
bur. there 16 April 1838. 



=Lucy Marion, 
born at Bigby, 20 
February 1839, 
bapt. there pri- 
vately the same 
day ; marr. at 
Bigby on Thurs- 
day, 7 August 
1862. 



Edward Henry Bar- 
nard, born at Bigby 
8 December 1840, 
bapt. there 2 Feb- 
ruary 18.41 ; died, 
aged 25, at Tor- 
quay, co. Devon, 1 1 
January 1866, bur. 
there. 



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^arnarb. 



Arms. — Argent a bear rampant sable muzzled or. 
Crest. — A demi-bear rampant sable muzzled or. 
Motto. — Bear and forbear. 



Rev. Thomas Barnard, Vicar of Great Amwell,= 
co. Hertford (4th son of the Rev. Thomas 
Barnard, Rector of Withersfield, co. Suffolk, by 
Melosine his wife, dau. of Arnold Rosenhagen of 
Isleworth, co. Middlesex) ; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, admitted Sizar 27 December 1782, 
B.A. 1787, M.A. 1 79 1 ; Vicar of Great Hormead, 
co. Hertford, 9 July 1790, and of Great Amwell 
21 August 1793; died 14 June 1799, bur. at 
Litcham, co. Norfolk. Will dated 8 August 1798, 
proved (P.C.C. 824 Howe) 13 December 1799. 

(For earlier Pedigree, see " Notes " to 
" Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. 7, page f6p.) 



=Everilda Dorothea, dau. of Sir Mordaunt 
Martin, Baronet, of Burnham Westgate 
Hall, co. Norfolk, by Everilda Dorothea 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. William Smith, 
Rector of Burnham Westgate ; born 5 June 
1767; marr. at Burnham Westgate 2 January 
1794; died, aged 72, 27 November 1839. 
Will dated 5 September 1828, with codicil 
dated 30 September 1837, proved (P.C.C. 
10 Arden) 30 January 1840, by the Rev. 
Mordaunt Barnard and George Martin 
Barnard, sons. 



Thomas Mordaunt Rosenhagen Barnard, born 12 December, bapt. at Stifford, co. Essex, 
17 December 1794; educated at Charterhouse, admitted a Scholar 23 January 1805 ; 
Midshipman Royal Navy; died on board H.M.S. "Kite" of wounds received in action 
against pirates off the Gulf of Salonica, 27 June 1813. 



Margaret Louisa=j=Rev 
Maria, dau. of 
Major Bolton ; 
marr. 1 5 April 
182 1 ; died at 
23 Lansdowne 
Place, Brighton, 
co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 1 6 May 
1857. 1st wife. 



Mordaunt Barnard, born 5 December, bapt.: 
at Litcham 13 December 1795; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted a Scholar 9 June 1806, 
and at Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 2 February 181 3, Scholar 15 December 
1814, B.A. 1817, M.A. 1833 ; Perpetual Curate 
of Barnoldswick, co. York, 1820 ; Vicar of Great 
Armwell 23 June 1826 to 1864, Rural Dean; 
Rector of Little Bardfield, co. Essex, 1845-64, 
and of Preston Bagot, co. Warwick, 1867-74; 
J. P. for co. Essex; Author of "The Education 
of the Christian Minister," 1821, and "A 
Translation of the Odyssey into English Blank 
Verse," 1876 ; died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
co. Sussex, 29 October 1885, bur. in Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings, co. Sussex. Will dated 3 
July 1883, proved at Lewes 11 January 1886, 
by Adelaide Sophia Barnard, relict, Melosine 
Sophia Maria Neville-Rolfe, widow, daughter, 
and Thomas Barnes Couchmnn. 



#*>*. 



=Adelaide Sophia, dau. of 
the Rev. Charles James 
Barnard, Rector of Bigby, 
co. Lincoln ; born at 
Bigby 16 December 1834, 
bapt. there 10 April 1835; 
marr. at Pampisford, co. 
Cambridge (by her cousin, 
the Rev. Thomas Field), 
on Tuesday, 1 1 September 
1866 ; died at 28 St. 
James' Road, Tunbridge 
Wells, co. Kent, 22 De- 
cember 1906, bur. in Ore 
Cemetery, Hastings. Will 
dated 19 February 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 79, 
1907) 7 February 1907, by 
the Rev. Percy Mordaunt 
Barnard, son, and Arthur 
Francis Bell. 2nd wife. 

(See page /Jp.) 



160 



John Gilbert Barnard, born 10 February, bapt. 
at Litcham, co. Norfolk, 19 February 1797; 
died unmarried at Meerut, Bengal, India, 17 
November 1822. 



William Smith Barnard^pEliza Boscawen, 



of Calcutta, India ; born 
at Litcham 1 7 April, bapt. 
there 20 April 1798. 



marr. at Calcutta 
14 January 1828. 



Rev. Thomas Mordaunt Rosenhagen Barnard, bom= 
in 1829 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 31 
January 1849, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1861 ; Curate of 
Holdenhurst, co. Hants, 1859-62 ; died, aged 48, at 
Chipping Ongar, co. Essex, 1 April 1878. Will dated 
21 October 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 463, 78) 1 June 
1878, by Edmund George Barnard, son, and the Rev. 
Francis Burton Shepherd. 



=Charlotte, dau. of Sir Codrington 
Edmund Carrington, formerly Chief 
Justice of Ceylon ; marr. at Walcot 
Church, Bath, co. Somerset (by 
her brother, the Very Rev. Henry 
Carrington, Dean of Bocking), on 
Wednesday, 24 May 1854. 



A 



Rev. Percy Mordaunt Barnard, B. D., of 5 May field= 
Road, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent ; born at 
Heacham, co. Norfolk, n July 1868, bapt. 
there ; of Christ's College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term 1887, Scholar 1889, 
B.A. (ist-class Classical Tripos) 1890, Cams 
Prize, 1891, M.A. 1894, B.D. 1901 ; Assistant 
Chaplain St. John's College, Leatherhead, 
co. Surrey, 1896-97 ; Rector of Headley, co. 
Surrey, 1898-1905. 



Charles Mordaunt Barnard, 
born at the Rectory, Headley, 
on Thursday, 28 February, 
bapt. at Headley 1 1 April 
1 90 1 ; educated at Ton- 
bridge. 



=Alice Mary, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Frederick 
Taunton, Vicar of Kingswood, co. Surrey, 
by Flora Charlotte his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Commissary-General John Wild ; born at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 21 July, bapt. there 
17 August 1872; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Kingswood, on Wednesday, 14 February 
1900. 

(See Pedigree of Taunton, Vol. 4, page 168, 
and Addenda, Vol. 8, page xviii.) 



I 
Osbert Howard Barnard, 
born at the Rectory, Headley, 
on Saturday, 28 March, bapt. 
at Headley 1 June 1903 ; a 
Cadet Royal Naval College, 
Osborne, Isle of Wight, 
September 191 6. 



Nea Everilda, born at the 
Rectory, Headley, on Sun- 
day, 2 1 May, bapt. at Headley 
6 July 1905. 



Rev. Edward Fawcett Neville-Rolfe (3rd son of the Rev. Strickland Charles= 
Edward Neville-Rolfe, Vicar of Heacham, co. Norfolk, by Agnes his wife, 
only dau. of Henry Fawcett, M.P. for Carlisle) ; born at Shepscombe, 
co. Gloucester, 20 May 1821 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 23 June 1838 ; B.A. 1842, M.A. 1848 ; Curate of Great Aniwell, 
co. Hertford; English Chaplain at Christ Church, Cannes, France, 1875-80, 
and at Bordighera, Italy, 1880; Canon of Gibraltar; died, aged 61, at 
Bordighera on Easter Day, 25 March 1883, bur. at Cannes. Brass Tablet in 
the church at Great Amwell. Will dated 9 June 1857, with codicil dated 
26 September 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 545, 83), 28 June 1883, by Melosine 
Sophia Neville-Rolfe, relict. J^ 



=Melosine Sophia 
Maria, born 16 
December 1821; 
marr. at Great 
Amwell, co. Hert- 
ford, on Tuesday, 
5 _ August 1845; 
died at Ealing, 
co. Middlesex, 
circa 1894. 



161 



George Martin Barnard, born at Litcham, co. Norfolk, 4 April, bapt. there 7 April 1799; 
educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1814; a Clerk in the Treasury; died unmarried, 
aged 59, at Nice, France, on Tuesday, 22 February 1859, bur. there. Will dated 6 August 
1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 141, 59) 15 March 1859, by Frederick Beadon. 



Charles Fawcett Neville-Rolfe of= 
Heacham Hall, co. Norfolk (eldest 
son of the Rev. Strickland Charles 
Edward Neville-Rolfe, Vicar of 
Heacham, co. Norfolk, by Agnes his 
wife, only dau. of Henry Fawcett, 
M.P. for Carlisle) ; born 23 August 
1815 ; J. P. for co. Norfolk ; marr. at 
Heacham on Thursday, 23 April 
1868 ; died, aged 54, at Scarborough, 
co. York, on Saturday, 23 October 
1869. Will dated 27 August 1869, 
with codicil dated 22 October 1869, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 784, 69) 16 
December 1869, by Eustace Neville- 
Rolfe, son, and Abel Chapman. He 
married istly, 18 May 1841, Martha 
Holt, eldest dau. of William Chap- 
man of Newcastle- on -Tyne, co. 
Northumberland. 1st husband. 



=Maria Bolton, born- 
14 May 1823 ; died 
at 1 1 Oriel Terrace, 
Weston-super-Mare, 
co. Somerset, on 
Sunday, 18 August 
1907, bur. at Din- 
der, co. Somerset. 
Will dated 29 June 
1903, with codicil 
dated 3 February 
1905, proved Prin. 
Reg. 1421, 1907) 
4 October 1907. 
by Treadway Syden- 
ham Clarke, Bar- 
rister- at- Law, and 
the Rev. Neville 
Dundas. 



/K 



=Edmund Dewar Bourdillon of 
Dinder House, co. Somerset, and of 
the India Office (3rd son of the 
Rev. Thomas Bourdillon, Vicar of 
Fenstanton, co. Huntingdon) ; marr. 
at Stratford on-A von, co. Warwick, 
13 June 1876; died, aged 85, at 
Dinder House, on Monday, 2 July 
1900, bur. there. Will dated n 
December 1888, with four codicils 
dated 4 January 1889 to 3 Oc- 
tober 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 138, 1900) 23 August 1900, 
by Maria Bolton Bourdillon 
and Tredway Sydenham Clarke, 
Barrister-at-Law. He married istly 
at Blakeney, co. Norfolk, 13 July 
1843, Mary, dau. of the Rev. 
Joseph Cotterill, Rector of Blakeney. 
2nd husband. 



Everilda Mordaunt, born 29 April 1824;= 
marr. at Duisburg, Prussia-, 4 March 1854 ; 
died at 15 Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
on Monday, 2 May 19 10, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 
20 March 1908, with three codicils dated 
25 April, 23 October, and 7 December 
1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 1015, 10) 8 July 
1 9 10, by Walter John Shelan, Major 
Alfred Edward Haig, and George Morrison 
Paul, D.L. 2nd wife. 



=Edward Thomas Dundas of=pLouisa Anna Maria, 



15 Porchester Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, and of 
Manor, co. Stirling (son of 
Colonel Thomas Dundas) ; 
born in India 5 December 
1827 ; of King's College, 
Cambridge ; joined the 
19th Bengal Native Infantry 
in 1848, Lieutenant 1850. 



A 



born 15 November 
1826 ; marr. at the 
Cathedral, Calcutta, 
India, on Thursday, 
6 December 1849 '> 
died at Boodee Pind, 
Punjab, India, 17 
December 1850, bur. 
there. 1st wife. 



Rev. Mordaunt Roger Barnard, born 22 December 1828; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1843, at Rugby, admitted August 1844, and at Christ's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1847, B.A. (junior optime) 1851 ; Curate of Rodmell, 
co. Sussex, 1853-56, British Chaplain at Christiania, Norway, 1859-63; Vicar of Margaretting, 
co. Essex, 1863; died at Margaretting 2 July 1906, bur. there. Will dated 18 August 
1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 1048, 1906) 10 August 1906, by Margaret Lizzie Crane Sewell, 
spinster. 



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162 



ZETLAND. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent a lion rampant within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gules all within a bordure azure. 

Crest. — A lion's head affrontee struggling through an oak bush all proper fructed 
or crowned with an antique crown of the last. 

Supporters. — Two lions proper crowned with antique crowns or each gorged 
with a chaplet of oak leaves vert fructed gold a shield pendent to each 
the first : Argent a saltier and chief gules on a canton of the field a 
lion rampant sable, Bruce ; the second : Lozengy argent and gules, 

FiTZWILLIAM, 

Motto. — Essayez, < 



Zetland 



Sir Lawrence Dundas, Earl of Zetland and Baron Dundas of Aske,=f=Harriot, 3rd dau. of 



LL.D. (eldest son of Thomas, 1st Baron Dundas and a Baronet) ; 
born 10 April 1766; of Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. (hon.) 1786, 
LL.D. 181 1 ; M.P. for Richmond, co. York, 22 June 1790 to 29 June 
1802, for York 5 July 1802 to 29 April 1807, again for Richmond 13 
July 1808 to 181 1, and for York 14 October 181 1 to 14 June 1820; 
F.S.A. ; Captain North York Regiment of Militia 30 October 1789, 
2nd Major 23 May 1795, Lieut.-Colonel 25 May 1797, Colonel in the 
Army 25 May 1797; Colonel Cleveland Regiment of Volunteers 24 
October 1803; Lord- Lieutenant and Sheriff Principal for Orkney and 
Shetland 12 May 1831, and Vice-Admiral of same; D.L. for the North 
Riding, co. York, 23 January 1792; Alderman of the City of York 
19 July 1808, Lord Mayor 2 February 181 1; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baron 14 June 1820 ; created Earl of Zetland in the Peerage of the 
United Kingdom 2 July 1838; died, aged 72, at Aske Hall, co. York, 
19 February 1839. Will dated 1 August 1835, with three codicils dated 
19 April 1838 (two), and 20 July 1838, proved (P.C.C. 268 Vaughan) 
22 April 1839, by Thomas, Earl of Zetland, son. 



General John Hale of 
Plantation, near Guis- 
borough, co. York, by 
Mary his wife, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Chaloner of Guis- 
borough ; born 16 
June 1769; marr. at 
Guisborough 21 April 
1794; died, aged 65, 
at Arlington Street, 
Piccadilly, London, 
on Friday, 18 April 
1834- 



Sir Thomas Dundas, Earl of Zetland, K.G. ; born at Wigmore= 
Street, London, 5 February 1795; educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 1815; M.P. for Richmond, 
co. York, 4 August 18 18 to 24 July 1830, for York 3 August 1830 
to 29 December 1834, and again for Richmond 6 January 1835 to 
19 February 1839; Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the 
North Riding of co. York 28 July 1838 to March 1873; Provincial 
Grand Master of the Freemasons of North and East Yorkshire 1835 
until his death, Deputy Grand Master of England 1839, Pro-Grand 
Master 1840, Grand Master 1840, and again 1843-69; K.T. 
1 July 1861 to 1872, K.G. 26 December 1872; succeeded his father 
as 2nd Earl 19 February 1839 ; died, aged 78, at Aske Hall, 
on Tuesday, 6 May 1873. Will dated 16 June 1866, with three 
codicils dated 16 July 1870, 14 August 1871 and 24 May 1872, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 616, 73) 16 August 1873, by the Hon blc Charles 
William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Augustus Frederick William Keppel 
Stephenson and the Hon ble John Charles Dundas, Barrister-at-Law, 
nephew. 



=Sophia Jane, youngest 
dau. of Sir Hedworth 
Williamson, 6th Baronet, 
by Maria his wife, dau. 
of Sir James Hamilton 
of co. Monaghan ; born 
21 November 1803; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
on Saturday, 6 September 
1823 ; died, aged 61, at 19 
Arlington Street, Picca- 
dilly, London, on Sunday, 
21 May 1865. 



Henry Walker Yeoman (her cousin) of=j=Margaret Bruce, born 



Woodlands, Sleights, co. York (2nd son of 
Henry Walker Yeoman of Woodlands, by Ann 
his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of General John Hale 
of Plantation, near Guisborough) ; born 13 
July 1789; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1813, M.A. 1817; J.P. and D.L. for 
the North Riding of co. York ; died, aged 86, 
at Marske Hall, Marske-in-Cleveland, co. York, 
on Tuesday, 14 September 1875. AdiSon (with 
•will dated 2 July 1821, and codicil 24 May 
1854) was granted (Prin. Reg., 915, 75) 30 
November 1875, to the Rev. Henry Walker 
Yeoman, son. /\ 



at Plantation, near 
Guisborough, 26 
June 1796 ; marr. 5 
February 18 16 ; died, 
aged 64, at Marske 
Hall, on Thursday, 
13 September i860. 



Lawrence Dundas, born 
at Marske Hall 16 
August 1799; educated 
at Harrow, admitted 
1808, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 2 
October 1816 ; died 
from exposure, by falling 
into a ditch and being 
unable to extricate him- 
self, in Parker's Piece, 
a field near Cambridge, 
6 February 181 8. 



166 



Colonel Henry Lane, entered the Army= 
as Ensign 4 December 18 11, Lieutenant 
1812, Captain 1818, Major 1824, Lieut.- 
Colonel 1825, Colonel 28 June 1838 
(retired); served with the 15th Hussars 
during the campaigns of 1813-15, in the 
Peninsula, France and Flanders, and 
was present at the Battles of Waterloo, 
Orthes and Toulouse (medal with two 
clasps) ; died, aged 78, at Boston Spa, 
co. York, on Wednesday, 6 April 1870, 
bur. at Thorp Arch, co. York. Will 
dated 12 April 1859, with three codicils 
dated 15 October 1861, 16 March 1864 
and 2 March 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 
420, 70) 16 June 1870, by Thomas 
Lane Coulson, nephew, the Rev. 
Henry Walker Yeoman, the younger, and 
Henry Messiter. 



=Harriott Frances, born 
at Marske Hall, Marske- 
in-Cleveland, co. York, 
27 September 1801 ; 
marr. at Easby, co. York, 
on Thursday, 8 Decem- 
ber 1825 ; died, aged 
77, at Marske Hall, 
on Sunday, 13 October 
1878, bur. at Thorp 
Arch. Will dated 27 
November 1874, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 883, 78) 19 
November 1878, by 
John Richard Westgarth 
Hildyard and the Rev. 
Henry Walker Yeoman, 
nephews. 



Charlotte Jane, born at 
Marske Hall 2 July 1803 ; 
Lady of the Bedchamber 
to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Kent ; died unmarried, 
aged 63, at St. Nicholas, 
near Richmond, co. York, 
on Thursday, 29 November 
1866. Will dated 30 June 
1857, with codicil dated 9 
May 1862, proved at York 
26 January 1867, by the 
Rev. Constantine Bernard 
Yeoman, nephew, the Rev, 
Robert Bruce Dundas, and 
Bernard Hale. 



Sir Lawrence Dundas, Marquess of Zetland, Earl of Zetland, Earl= 
of Ronaldshay, co. Orkney, and Baron Dundas of Aske, co. York, 
and a Baronet, K.T. ; born at Portman Street, Marylebone, London, 
on Friday, 16 August, bapt. at the parish church, Marylebone, 9 Septem- 
beri844; educated at Harrow 1858-61, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1863 ; Cornet Royal Horse Guards 
(Blue) 31 August 1866, Lieutenant 7 July 1869 ; Lieutenant Yorkshire 
Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry 1 June 1873, Captain 18 November 1874 to 
24 March 1880; Lieut.-Colonel Commanding 1st North Riding Yorkshire 
Volunteer Artillery 14 December 1881 to 1894, Hon. Colonel 19 
December 1894, and of the 3rd Battalion (Special Reserve) Princess of 
Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment 1909 ; Mayor of Richmond, co. York, 
1895-96 and 1896-97 ; J. P. and D.L. for North Riding, co. York, D.L. 
and Vice-Lieutenant for co. Stirling 4 February 1876, and for Orkney and 
Shetland 3 October 1878; M.P. for Richmond 7 November 1872 to 
6 May 1873 ; Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons, North and 
East Ridings, co. York ; a Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 10 May 
to July 1880; Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland 1889-92; K.T. 1900; 
succeeded his uncle Thomas, Earl of Zetland, as 3rd Earl 6 May 1873; 
created Marquess of Zetland and Earl of Ronaldshay, Orkney and 
Shetland, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 22 August 1892. 



=Lady Lilian Selina 
Elizabeth (Lumley), 
3rd dau. of Richard 
George, 9th Earl of 
Scarbrough ; born at 
Cadlands Park, co. 
Hants, the residence 
of Andrew Robert 
Drummond, 30 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Fawley, 
co. Hants, 22 De- 
cember 1 85 1 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on 
Thursday, 3 August 
1871. 

(See Pedigree of 
Scarbrough, Vol, 

*3, P a g<> 74-) 



Charles Henry, Baron Southampton of Idlicote=j=Hilda Mary, born at 



House, near Shipston-on-Stour, co. Warwick; 
born at 42 South Street, Park Lane, London, 
on Saturday, 11 May 1867; educated at Eton 
and at Sandhurst; joined the 10th Hussars as 
2nd Lieutenant 14 September 1887, Captain 
1892, retired in 1893, Captain Reserve of 
Officers 10 January 1900 ; Major and temporary 
Lieut.-Colonel 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regi- 
ment ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Warwick ; succeeded 
his father as 4th Baron 16 July 1872. /|\ 

167 



Waplington Hall, co. 
York, on Thursday, 
14 November 1872 ; 
marr. at St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, Dublin, on 
Saturday, 9 July 1892. 



Thomas Dundas, 
Lord Dundas ; born 
at Aske 19 January 
1874, died, aged 
24 days, at Aske, 
on Wednesday, 1 1 
February following. 



William Dundas, born 
at Marske Hall, 
Marske -in- Cleveland, 
co. York, 26 October 
1806; died there, 
aged 8, on Saturday, 
2 September 1815. 



John Charles Dundas of Woodhall,= 
Wetherby, co. York; born at Marske 
Hall 21 August 1808; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
27 March 1826, Fellow Commoner 19 
October 1826, M.A. 1829; called to 
the Bar at the Middle Temple 1834; 
M.P. for Richmond, co. York, 2 August 
1830 to 29 December 1834, for York 
8 January 1835 to 17 July 1837, and again for Richmond 30 
April i84r to 23 July 1847, and 15 August 1865 until his 
death; D.L. for co. York; Lord-Lieutenant of Orkney and 
Shetland 1839 until his death ; died, aged 57, at the Villa 
Cessole, near Nice, France, on Wednesday, 14 February, bur. at 
Marske-by-the-Sea, co. York, 21 February 1866. Will dated 
28 July 1865, with codicil dated 4 November 1865, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 302, 66) 9 May 1866, by Thomas, Earl of 
Zetland, brother, John Richard Westgarth Hildyard, and the 
Rev. Henry Walker Yeoman and the Rev. Constantine Bernard 
Yeoman, nephews. 



=Margaret Matilda, elder dau. of 
James Talbot of Maryville, Mount 
Henry and Knockmullen, all co. 
Wexford, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Edward Sutton of Summer 
Hill, co. Wexford ; born 31 May 
1825; marr. at New Ross, co. 
Wexford, 27 March 1843; died, 
aged 82, at West Stoke House, 
co. Sussex, on Sunday, 8 De- 
cember, bur. at Easby Abbey, 
co. York, on Friday, 13 December 
1907. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 22 February 
r9o8, to Lady Charlotte Jane 
Dundas, spinster, daughter and 
one of the next of kin. 

(See Pedigree of Talbot, " Visitation 
of Ireland," Vol. 5, page 137.) 



John Charles Dundas of Mount St. John, Thirsk, co. York ; born=j=Hon ble Alice Louisa (Wood), 



in Edinburgh 21 September 1845 > received patent of precedency 
to rank as the son of an Earl 1873; educated at Harrow 1858-61, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1863, B.A. 1868 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 23 November 
1866, called to the Bar 7 June 1869; Lord-Lieutenant of Orkney 
and Shetland 1872 ; M.P. for Richmond, co. York, 4 February 
1874 to 18 November 1885 ; J. P. and D.L. for the North Riding, 
co. York; Chairman of Quarter Sessions 1881-92; died, aged 
46, at Hickleton, co. York, on Tuesday, 13 September, bur. 
there 16 September 1892. M.I. Will dated 14 May 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1075, 92) 28 November 1892, by the 
Hon ble Alice Louisa Dundas, relict. 



of The Barrows, Charles Hill, 
Farnham, co. Surrey, 3rd dau. 
of Charles, Viscount Halifax, 
G.C.B. ; born at Downing Street, 
London, on Thursday, 27 May, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 30 June 1847 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 2 August 1870. 

(See Pedigree of Halifax, 
Vol. 10, page 136.) 



Lawrence John Lumley Dundas, Earl of Ronaldshay ; born at 19 Arlington=j=Cecily, 2nd dau. of 



Street, Piccadilly, London, on Sunday, n June 1876; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1894; 
Captain 1st North Riding of Yorkshire (Western Division) Royal Artillery 
2 May 1900 to 1908; A.D.C. to Viceroy of India (Lord Curzon) 1900; 
J. P. for the North Riding, co. York, 1901 ; M.P. for Hornsey Division of co. 
Middlesex 5 June 1907-16; Chairman of Central Asian Society; appointed 
a Member of Royal Commission on Indian Public Service 1912; Governor 
of Bengal November 1916; Author of 
" Sport and Politics under an Eastern 
Sky," 1902, " On the Outskirts of Empire 
in Asia," 1904, "A Wandering Student 
in the Far East," 1908, and " Eastern 
Miscellany," 191 1. 




Colonel Mervyn Arch- 
dale, 1 2 th Lancers, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of General Sir Henry 
de Bathe ; born at 
Castle Archdale, co. 
Fermanagh, 19 June 
1886, bapt. there; 
marr. at St. Marga- 
ret's, Westminster, on 
Tuesday, 3 December 
1907. 



Lawrence Aldred Mervyn 
Dundas, Lord Dundas ; 
born at 1 2 Stratton Street, 
Piccadilly, London, on 
Thursday, 12 November 
1908. 



Viola Mary, born at 38 
Grosvenor Street, London, 
on Tuesday, 4 January, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
2 February 19 10. 

16S 



Lavinia Margaret, 
born at 38 Gros- 
venor Street, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 
31 December 
1914. 



Jean Agatha, born at 38 
Grosvenor Street, London, 
on Thursday, 4 May, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 7 June 
1916. 



Colonel Charles Thomas Bunbury of Cotswold House,; 
Winchester, co. Hants (4th son of Hugh Mill Bunbury 
of West Hill, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, by Alicia his 
2nd wife, dau. of Philip Lillie of Drumdoe Castle, 
co. Roscommon); born 3 March 1836; entered the 
Army as Ensign Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's 
Own) 2 February 1855, Lieutenant 8 June 1855, 
Captain 1861, Major 1874, Lieut.-Colonel 1881, Hon. 
Colonel 19 April 1882. 



Charles Lawrence Dundas, born at 1 Halkin 
Street West, Westminster, on Friday, 18 August 
1 87 1, bapt. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London; educated at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1890; 
of the Indian Civil Service; marr. at Delhi, 
India, in 1896, Georgina, widow of Captain 
C. M. Stevens. =7= 



I 
Margaret, born at The Barrows, Charles 
Hill, Farnham, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
11 July 1899, bapt. at Great Polycarp, 
Farnham. 



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"Harriot Emily, born 
at Oran, co. York, 
8 January 1848; 
received patent of 
precedency to rank 
as the daughter of an 
Earl 1873 ; married 
at Nice, France, on 
Wednesday, 7 April 
1875- 



n 

I 
George James 
Lawrence Dun- 
das, born at 
Oran 10 July 
1849 ; died on 
Tuesday, 29 
June 1858, bur. 
at Easby Abbey, 
co. York. 



George Herbert Peake of 
Bawtry Hall, co. York (son 
of Henry Peake of West- 
holme, Sleaford, co. Lincoln); 
born in 1859; educated at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated Michaelmas Term, 
1880, B.A., LL.B. 1884, M.A. 
1887 ; Barrister- at- Law of 
Lincoln's Inn 1887 ; J.P. for 
the West Riding, co. York, 
1886, and for co. Nottingham 
1 903 ; Mayor of East Retford, 
co. Nottingham, 1903-1905 ; 
Captain Sherwood Rangers 
(Yeomanry) 4 February 1903. 



=Evelyn Mary, 
born at 1 Hal- 
kin Street West, 
Westminster, on 
Wednesday, 15 
January 1873 ; 
married at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
26 June 1895. 



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Sir Wilham Charles de Meuron, Earl Fitzwilliam, K.C.V.O., D.S.O. (only son 
of Wilham, Viscount Milton) ; born at de Meuron on Thursday, 25 July, 
bapt. at Wentworth, co. York, 28 November 1872 ; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge; Captain (Hon. Major 1905) 3rd Battalion 
(Special Reserve) Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 11 April 
1896; Major and Brevet-Colonel West Riding Royal Horse Artillery 1908; 
Deputy Assistant Director on Staff 19 15 ; served in South African War 1900 
as Captain on the Headquarter Staff (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 16 April 1901, Queen's medal with four clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 
1900); A.D.C. to Viceroy of India (Marquess of Lansdowne) 1893-94; 
M.P. for Wakefield 1895-1902 ; J.P. for the West Riding, co. York, J.P., 
D.L. and County Councillor for co. Wicklow ; Hon. LL.D. Sheffield 
University 1 9 10; Lord Mayor of Sheffield 1909, Alderman 1910; Freeman 
of the City of Wakefield ; K.C.V.O. 12 July 191 2 ; succeeded his grandfather 
as 7th Earl 20 February 1902. 



=Maud Frederica 
Elizabeth, born 
at Upleatham, 
North Riding, 
co. . York, on 
Monday, 9 July 
1877 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, London, on 
Wednesday, 24 
June 1896. 



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(See Pedigree of Fitzwilliam, 
Vol. 14, page 33.) 



169 



William Francis Plowden 
Plowden Hall, co. Salop, and 
of Aston -le -Walls, co. North- 
ampton (only son of William 
Henry Francis Plowden of 
Plowden and of Aston -le- 
Walls, by Barbara his wife, 
eldest dau. of Francis 
Cholmeley of Brandsby Hall, 
co. York) ; born at Boulogne- 
sur-Mer, France, on Friday, 
3 June 1853, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Boulogne -sur-Mer; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Salop ; 
died, aged 61, at Plowden 
Hall, on Wednesday, 8 July, 
bur. at Plowden on Monday, 
13 July 1914. 



of=?=Mary, born at Oran, co. 
York, on Friday, 25 April 
1851, bapt. at Brough, 
co. York ; received 
patent of precedency to 
rank as the daughter of 
an Earl 1873 > rnarr. 
at St. James', Spanish 
Place, London, on Mon- 
day, 12 October 1874; 
died, aged 60, in 
London, on Tuesday, 
19 September, bur. at 
Plowden on Friday, 
22 September 191 1. 
Requiem Mass at the 
Convent Chapel, Grove 
End Road, St. John's 
Wood, co. Middlesex, 
the previous day. 



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Margaret Matilda, 
born at Oran, co. 
York, on Monday, 
8 November 1852 ; 
received patent of 
precedency as the 
daughter of an 
Earl 1873; died 
unmarried, aged 33, 
at St. Scholastica's 
Priory, Atherstone, 
co. Warwick, on 
Thursday, 4 Feb- 
ruary 1886, bur. 
there. 



Charlotte Jane, 
of Brookleigh, 
Bournemouth, 
co. Hants; born 
at Oran on Fri- 
day, 10 March 
1854, baptised 
at Brough ; re- 
ceived patent 
of precedency 
as the daughter 
of an Earl 1873. 



Lieut.-Colonel Edward Bunbury North of Old Hall, Milnthorpe,co.Westmorland= 
(3rd son of North North of Newton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmorland, 
formerly of Thurland Castle, co. Lancaster, by Alicia Gertrude his wife, 
only dau. of Louis Robert James Versturme, Captain 18th Hussars); born 
at Thurland Castle on Easter Sunday, 28 March 1869 ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) Royal Lancaster Regiment 5 February 1890, 
Lieutenant 1892, transferred to Royal Fusiliers 14 December 1892, Captain 
1899, Major 1 April 1909; employed with Egyptian Army 14 January 1898 
to 24 March 1899; A.D.C. to General Officer Commanding North-East 
District 19 January 1901 to 5 September 1902 ; attached to the General Staff, 
War Office, 7 December 1904 to 7 April 1905 ; served in the Nile Expedition 
1898 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 30 September 1898, 
4th-class Medjidie, Egyptian medal with two clasps, medal) ; in the Nile 
Expedition 1899 (clasp to Egyptian medal) ; served in South African War 
1899-1900 (Queen's medal with five clasps) ; attached to 1st Division 
Japanese Army 1908-1909; Brigade-Major 2nd West Riding Infantry 
Brigade (Northern command) 24 April 191 2, Brigade-Major 124th Infantry 
Brigade 1915, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding 4th Battalion Royal Fusiliers 1916. 



^Margaret, born 
at 1 Halkin 
Street West, 
Westminster, on 
Tuesday, 5 Jan- 
uary 1875, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London ; marr. 
at the Church of 
theHolyAngels', 
Hoar Cross, 
co. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 2 6 Sep- 
tember 1899. 



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George Heneage Lawrence Dundas of Kirk Bank, Middleton Tyas, co.= 
York ; born at 19 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, London, on Saturday, 
1 July 1882 ; educated at Harrow ; J. P. for the North Riding, co. 
York, 191 1 ; Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
May 1900 to April 1902 ; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) 30 April 1902 to 1906; 
Captain 10th Service Battalion and A.D.C. to personal staff; temporary 
Captain Reserve of Officers and Flight Commander Royal Flying Corps, 
Instructor Central Flying School 19 16 ; served in South African War 
1900-1902, at operations in Cape Colony February to 31 May 1902 
(Queen's medal with two clasps) ; and in European War 1914. 

170 



=Ivy, dau. of Colonel 
M. Hanley ; born at 
Sialkote, India, in 
1883 ; marr. at St. 
Thomas' Cathedral, 
Bombay, India, on 
Saturday, 23 Decem- 
ber 1905. 






Laura Octavia, born at= 
Oran, co. York, on 
Thursday, 1 1 October 
1855 ; received patent 
of precedency to rank 
as the daughter of an 
Earl 1873; marr. at St. 
John-the-Baptist, Nice, 
France, on Thursday, 
8 February 1877; died 
at Villa de Cessole, 
Nice, on Wednesday, 
19 January 1881, bur. 
at St. Barthilmy, Nice. 
1 st wife. 



=Arthur, Baron de Freyne of Coolavinj= 
co. Sligo; born 9 July 1855, bapt. at 
Loughglynn, co. Roscommon ; educated 
at Downside and Beaumont Colleges ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Roscommon; 
succeeded his father as 4th Baron 28 
October 1868; Hon. Colonel 5th Bat- 
talion The Connaught Rangers (Militia) 
10 August 1889-95 J died at French 
Park, co. Roscommon, on Monday, 22 
September, bur. at Cloonshanville, co. 
Roscommon, on Thursday, 25 September 
1913. Will dated 5 August 1901, proved 
in January 1914, by Marie Georgiana 
Elizabeth, Baroness de Freyne, relict, 
and the Hon ble Francis Charles de Freyne, 



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=Marie Georgiana Elizabeth, 
only dau. of Richard 
Westbrook Lamb of West 
Deriton, co. Northumber- 
land, J . P:, D. L.,- by Georgiana 
Elizabeth his wife, youngest 
dau. of Stephen Eaton of 
Ketton Hall, co. Rutland 
(see Pedigree of Eaton, 
Vol. 6, page 86); born 10 
March 1856 ; marr. at the 
Church of Our Lady of the 
Rosary, Marylebone Road, 
London, on Thursday, 28 
September 1882. 2nd wife; 



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Frederick James Dundas of Green House, Don-=pSylvia Mary, eldest dau. of Hugh March 



caster, co. York ; born at 1 Halkin Street West, 
Westminster, on Tuesday, 9 January 1877, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London ; educated 
at Charterhouse 1890-94, and at the College of 
Agriculture, Downton ; Director and Assistant 
Manager of Collieries. 



Phillipps of Chapel Court, Kenn, co. 
Devon ; marr. at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Sunninghill, co. Berks, on Thursday, 
27 March 1913. 



Elizabeth Mary, born 
1 January 19 14. 



John Charles Dundas, born 
19 August 19 1 5. 



Kenneth George Bittleston of Ralleywood, Ockley, co. Surrey=f=Al 
(eldest son of Colonel George Hastings Bittleston, R.A., by Edith 
Caroline his wife, dau. of Lawrence James Baker of Brambridge 
Park, Eastleigh, co. Hants); born at Rawul Pindi, Punjab, India, 
on Saturday, 10 May 1884; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Field Artillery 24 December 1902, Lieutenant 24 December 
1905; Remount Officer 13 March 1907 to 31 March 1909, Staff 
Officer for Remounts 1 April 1909 to 13 March 191 1; retired 
3 May 191 1 ; Captain Royal Field Artillery Special Reserve 
1915- 



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ice Katharine, born at 
Mount St. John, Thirsk, 
co. York, on Friday, 21 
December 1883, bapt. at 
Felixkirk, co. York, 6 
January 1884; marr. at 
St. Saviour's Cathedral, 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal, 
South Africa, on Saturday, 
21 December 1907. 



171 



Frederick Thomas 
Lawrence Dundas, 
born 1 6 December 
1857 ; died 16 Jan- 
uary 1858, bur. at 
Easby Abbey, co. 
York. 



William Fitzwilliam James Dundas of= 
Waterside, Liphook, co. Hants ; born 
at Wood Hall, co. York, on Tuesday, 
8 May i860, bapt. there; received 
patent of precedency to rank as the son 
of an Earl 1873; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, matriculated Lent Term, 
1880 ; Lieutenant 6th Battalion Rifle 
Brigade (Militia); D.L. for the North 
Riding, co. York. 



=Mary Maud, youngest dau. of 
Lieut. -Colonel Henry Auriel 
Prinsep, Bengal Lancers, by 
Harriet G. his wife, dau. of 
Charles Mackinnon ; born at 
Agra, North-West Provinces, 
India, 3 November 1869; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, on Monday, 
20 June 1892. 



Margaret Beryl, 
born at 88 
Harley Street, 
London, 27 Ap- 
ril 1893, bap- 
tised at Holy 
Trinity, Maryle- 
bone, London. 



Mary Gwendolen, 
born at 88 Harley 
Street, London, 
on Thursday, 22 
November 1894, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Maryle- 
bone. 



Geoffrey William Seymour 
Dundas, born at Middle- 
ton Lodge, Richmond, co. 
York, on Sunday, 12 
January 1896, bapt. at 
Middleton Tyas, co. York ; 
Captain 12th Service Bat- 
talion Rifle Brigade ; 2nd 
Lieutenant 19 September 
1 9 14; served in European 
War 19 1 5 (wounded). 



Robert Bruce Dundas, born 
at The Cottage, Goodwood, 
co. Sussex, on Saturday, 1 1 
August 1900, bapt. at West- 
hampnett, co. Sussex. 



Janet Elizabeth, born at The 
Grange, Spofforth, co. York, 
29 July 191 1, bapt. at 
Spofforth. 



Cospatrick Thomas Dundas, born at Wood= 
Hall, Wetherby, West Riding, co. York, on 
Wednesday, 5 November 1862 ; received 
patent of precedency to rank as the son of 
an Earl 1873; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1881 ; 
Lieutenant Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1890-92 ; J. P. for the North 
Riding, co. York, 1900, and D.L. for 
Orkney and Shetland ; died at Middleton 
Lodge, Middleton Tyas, on Friday, 23 
November, bur. at Easby Abbey, co. York, 
on Tuesday, 27 November 1906. Will 
dated 21 June 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 
58, 1907) 23 February 1907, by Francis 
Bingham Mildmay and Edward Lane- Fox. 



=Maud, younger dau. of the Hon ble Alice, of 51 
George Wentworth-Fitzwilliam of South Street, 
Milton Park, co. Northampton, Park Lane, Lon- 
M.P., by Alice Louisa his wife, don; born at 
2nd dau. of Major- General the Wood Hall on 
Hon ble George Anson ; born at Saturday, 5 No- 
Milton 27 February 1871 ; marr. vember 1864, 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, baptised there ; 
London, 18 July 1892 ; marr. received patent 
2ndly 2 October 1912, Major of precedency 
Harry Edward Spiller Cordeaux, to rank as the 
C.B., C.M.G., Governor of St. daughter of an 
Helena. Earl 1873. 

(See Pedigree of Fitzivilliam, 
Vol. 14, page 34., atid. 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxxii.) 



John George Lawrence Dundas, 
born at 88 Harley Street, 
London, on Friday, 3 No- 
vember 1893 ; Sub-Lieutenant 
Royal Navy. 



Winifred Maud, born at 
71 South Audley Street, 
London, on Saturday, 13 
April 1895; died 23 May 
1 909, bur. at Florence, Italy. 



Elgiva Margaret, 
born 9 November 
1897. 



Ida Victoria 
Alice, born 
24 May 1905. 



172 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Argent on a fess gules cotised azure between 
three Catharine wheels sable as many lambs 
passant of the field. 

Crest. — On a mount vert a beacon fired 
proper ladder or. 

Motto. — Regi patraeque fidelis. . 



|5>cott of <&xnt ^arr, 
to* £s>taffortJ, 



Sir Joseph Scott, Baronet, of Great^ 
Barr, co. Stafford (only son of William 
Scott of Great Barr, by Mary his wife, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Whitby of 
Haywood Abbey, co. Stafford) ; born 
31 March 1752; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 February 
1770 ; High Sheriff for co. Stafford 
1779 ; M.P. for Worcester 5 July 1802 
to 24 October 1806 ; created a Baronet 
30 April 1806; died 17 June 1828. 
Admon (with will dated 29 November 
1826) was granted (P.C.C. 434 Sutton) 
11 July 1828, to Sir Edward Dolman 
Scott, Baronet, and the Rev. William 
Scott, sons. 



Margaret (his 
cousin), younger 
dau. and heir of 
Edward Whitby 
of Shutend, co. 
Stafford ; marr. 
2ijanuaryi777; 
died 8 October 
1822. 



Mary, died 
unmarried 
19 August 
1807. 



Catherine Juliana, = 
eldest dau. and 
coheir of Sir Hugh 
Bateman. 1st Baro- 
net, of Hartington 
Hall, co. Derby, 
by Temperance his 
wife, dau. of John 
Gisborne of Yox- 
hall Lodge, co. 
Stafford ; marr. at 
Bath, co. Somerset, 
14 February 181 5 ; 
died 4 August 
1848. 1st wife. 



=Sir Edward Dolman Scott,= 
Baronet, of Great Barr; born at 
Ashwood, co. Stafford, 2 2 October 
1793; educated at Westminster, 
admitted 29 February 1808, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 February 1 81 2 ; M.P. for 
Lichfield 29 April 1831 to 17 
July 1837 ; D.L. for the counties 
of Stafford and Sussex, High 
Sheriff for the former county 
1847 ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baronet 17 June 1828 ; died, 
aged 58, at Great Barr Hall, 27 
December 185 1. Will dated 5 
June 1850, proved (P.C.C. 159, 
92) 26 February 1852, by Richard 
Jepson. 



=Lydia, younger dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Gisborne of Yoxhall 
Lodge, Prebendary of Durham, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Babington of Rothley Temple, co. 
Leicester (see " Notes " to " Visita- 
tion of England and Wales" Vol. 
8, page 50) ; marr. 8 November 
1848 ; died, aged 59, at CurzonStreet, 
Mayfair, London, 19 June 1859. 
Will dated 28 September 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 449, 59) 4 July 
1859, by Edmund Robinson, son, 
and Charles John Poulden. She 
married istly the Rev. Edmund 
Robinson of Thorp Green, co. York, 
who died 26 March 1846. 2nd wife. 



Sir Francis Edward Scott, Baronet, of Great Barr ; born 25 February. 
1824; educated at Eton, admitted 1838, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 May 1842, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Stafford ; President of the School of Art, 
Birmingham ; succeeded at his birth his maternal grandfather, 
Sir Hugh Bateman of Hartington, Baronet, as 2nd Baronet, and 
his father as 3rd Baronet 27 December 185 1 ; died, aged 39, at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 21 November 1863, bur. at 
Great Barr. Will dated 18 November 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 
500, 64) 30 July 1864, by the Rt. Hon blc Chichester Samuel 
Fortescue and William George Mount. 



^2^^^V^ , 





=Mildred Anne, eldest dau. of Sir 
William Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, 
3rd Baronet, by Jane Mary his wife, 
eldest dau. of Henry Bloomfield 
Keane ; born 30 October 1827 ; 
marr. at Sutton Coldfield, co. 
Warwick, 5 January 1854 ; died 
3 December, bur. at Great Barr 
8 December 1909. She married 
2ndly 12 September 1868, Edward 
Pakenham Alderson, eldest son of 
the Hon ble SirEdward Hall Alderson, 
Baron of the Exchequer. He died 
1 December 1876. 



'73 



Rev. William Scott, born at Ashwood, co.=s=Maria, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Henry Gabell, 



Stafford, 30 May 1795; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 October 181 3, B.A. 
181 7 ; Rector of Aldridge, co. Stafford, 26 
May 182 1 ; Chaplain to Prince Leopold of 
Saxe Coburg (afterwards King of the Belgians) ; 
died, aged 34, at Sidmouth, co. Devon, 3 
February 1829. 



D.D., of Winchester College, by Ann his 
wife ; bapt. at Winchester College 5 March 
1794; marr. at St. Swithin's, Winchester, 
18 July 18 18 ; died, aged 56, at Allan 
Bank, Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 27 
June 1850. 



William Henry Scott, born 
22 May 1819 ; died un- 
married in September 1859. 



Mary, born 24 August 
1820 ; died unmarried 
in 1901. 



Frances Maria, bom 19 November 182 1 ; 
died unmarried, aged 79, at Pau, France, 
on Sunday, 24 February 1901. 



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Sir Edward Dolman Scott, Baronet, of Great Barr, co. Stafford; born 12 

February 1826; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 2 May 1844, B.A. 

1848, M.A. 1851 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 10 April 1851 ; J. P. for the 

counties of Stafford and Warwick, D.L. for the former county; succeeded 

his nephew as 6th and 5th Baronet 18 March 1884; died unmarried at 

Bath, co. Somerset, 8 March 1905. Will dated 19 December 1903, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 585, 1905) 14 April 1905, by John Francis William 

Deacon and Alexander William Hall. 



William Douglas 
Scott, born 10 
April 1 828; died in 
Bryanston Square, 
London, 3 April 
1845- 



Sir Edward William Dolman 
Scott, Baronet, of Great 
Barr ; born in Tilney Street, 
Park Lane, London, 23 
December 1854 ; succeeded 
his father as 4th and 3rd 
Baronet 21 November 1863; 
died, aged 16, at the house 
of the Rev. Edmond Warre, 
Eton College, on Saturday, 
1 April 1871. 



Adrian Elias Hope, of 9 Clifton= 
Place, Hyde Park, London (only son 
of Adrian John Hope, Captain 4th 
Dragoon Guards, by Matilda, the 
Countess Rapp, his wife, dau. of 
General Rapp, one of Napoleon's 
commanders); born 8 April 1845; 
Lieut.- Colonel (Hon. Colonel 1888) 
1st London Rifle Volunteers, 1882-89 
(V. D.) He married istly 3 June 1867, 
Lady Ida Louisa Alice (divorced 1873), 
2nd dau. of James, Earl of Fife, K.T. 



=Mildred Henrietta, born 
at 14 Grosvenor Place, 
London, 7 May 1856 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 
on Thursday, 12 October 
1876 ; died at 9 Clifton 
Place, Hyde Park, on 
Saturday, 26 September, 
bur. at Easthampstead, 
co. Berks, on Thursday, 1 
October 1914. 2nd wife. 



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174 



Captain Edward Scott, R.N. ; born 13 September 1823 ; Lieutenants 
Royal Navy 8 May 1847 > Commander of the Coastguard, 
Swansea ; died, aged 39, at Rock Ferry, co. Chester, on Thursday, 
22 October 1863. Will dated 8 October 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 
673i 63) 13 November 1863, by Helen Scott, relict. 



=Helen, youngest dau. of 
John Coupland of Rock 
Ferry ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Rock Ferry, on Wednes- 
day, 3 December 1862. 



Rev. Sir Douglas Edward Scott, Baronet, of Great Barr, co. Stafford ;=j=Florence Ada, dau. of 



born 2 February 1863; Curate of Birchington, co. Kent, 1 905-1 906, 
of Longbridge Deverill with Crockerton, co. Wilts, 1906 
-1908, and of Bere Regis with Winterbourne, co. Dorset, 
1908-13; Rector of Teffont Ewyas, co. Wilts, 1913-14; succeeded 
his cousin as 7th Baronet 8 March 1905. 



Florence Susan Helen, 
born 21 March 1901. 



W. Wilderman ; married 
11 ] December 1899 ; 
died 25 February 19 16. 



Edward Arthur Dolman Scott, 
born 14 December 1905. 



Douglas Francis Scott, born 
26 August 1908. 



Frances Lucy Mary, 
born 9 August 1904. 



Douglas William Scott, born 
26 April 1907, died 6 August 
following. 



John Esmond Scott, born 17 
February 19 14. 



William Edward John Basil Farnham of Quorndon=j=Catherine Matilda 



House, co. Leicester (elder son of Edward Basil 
Farnham of Quorndon House, by Gertrude Emily his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Sir William Edmund Cradock- 
Hartopp, 3rd Baronet); born at 16 Lowndes Square, 
London, 18 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 13 August 1S55 ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1874, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883 ; J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1887 ; F.R.H.S. ; 
Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry ; died at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 30 June, bur. 
at Quorndon on Tuesday, 5 July 1910. Will dated 
4 June 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 573, 1911) 22 
April 191 1, by George Francis Farnham, brother. 



Annie Georgina, 
of The Heights, 
Witley, co. Surrey; 
born at Great Barr 
Hall 6 December 
1858, bapt. at 
Great Barr 20 
April 1859 ; marr. 
there on Thurs- 
day, 9 November 



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(See Pedigree of Farnham, page 116.) 



Sir Arthur Douglas 
Bateman Scott, 
Baronet, of Great 
Barr; born in Eaton 
Square, London, 3 
September i860; 
D.L. for co. Stafford 
1 88 1 ; Captain Staf- 
fordshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry, formerly 
Lieutenant Mid- 
dlesex Militia ; 
succeeded his 
brother as 5th and 
4th Baronet 1 April 
187 1 ; died at Great 
Barr Hall on Tues- 
day, 18 March 1884. 



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Major- General William Henry Edgcome, born 3 April= 
1832 ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal (late Madras) Engineers 
12 December 1851, 1st Lieutenant 1854, Captain 
1861, Major 1872, Lieut.- Colonel 1877, Colonel 
1881, Major - General (retired) 24 May 1885; 
Professor of Surveying, Royal Indian Engineering 
College, Cooper's Hill, co. Middlesex ; died at Cooper's 
Hill Lodge 31 August 1906. Will dated 12 February 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 1196, 1906) 24 September 
1906, by Lucy Edgcome, relict. 



=Lucy, born 12 January 1826; marr. 
at Rangoon, India, on Tuesday, 10 
February 1857 ; died at Middlecot, 
Oatlands Park, co. Surrey, 7 February 
1909. Will dated 16 February 1907, 
with codicil dated 26 November 
1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 378, 1909) 
4 March 1909, by Frances Mary 
Douglas Picot, wife of Lieut.-Colonel 
Henry Philip Picot. 



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Major-General Douglas Scott, born 30 December 1827 ;= 
Ensign Madras Staff Corps 4 February 1846, Lieutenant 
1851, Captain 1857, Major 1866, Lieut.-Colonel 1872, Colonel 
(by brevet) 1877, Deputy Quarter-Master-General, Madras, 
Major-General (retired) 24 May 1885 ; died, aged 83, at Erin 
Lodge, Weybridge, co. Surrey, on Monday, 6 November 
191 1. Will dated 26 November 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1725, 1911) 23 November 191 1, by Lieut.-Colonel Henry 
Philip Picot and Frances Mary Douglas Picdt his wife. 



^Henrietta Belle, daughter of 
B. Williams of Washington, 
U.S.A. ; marr. 29 May i860 ; 
died, aged 66, at 7 Redcliffe 
Gardens, Southsea, co. Hants, 
on Friday, 20 June 1890. She 
married istly Baron de Bodisco, 
Russian Ambassador to U.S.A. 



Lieut.-Colonel Henry Philip Picot, born 29 April 1857 ; Sub -Lieutenant 4th 1 
Foot 21 September 1874; Lieutenant 33rd Foot 1875, Bengal Staff Corps 
1877, Captain Indian Staff Corps 1885, Major 1894, Lieut.-Colonel 21 
September 1900, retired 4 November 1903; served in Afghan War 1878-80 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 7 November 1879, medal with 
clasp; in Hazara Expedition 1891 (medal with clasp); and in 2nd Miranzai 
Expedition 1891 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 15 September 
1891, clasp) ; Military Attache and Oriental Secretary at Teheran 18 October 
1893 to n October 1899 ; Military Attache at Berne 10 August 1914. 



=Frances Mary 
Douglas, born 
8 October 1 861; 
married at the 
Town Church, 
Jersey, on Satur- 
day, 1 5 May 
1886. 



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Sir William Jaffray, Baronet, of Skilts, co. Warwick (elder son of= 
Sir John Jaffray, Baronet, by Anna his wife, dau. of William Munton 
of Bourne, co. Lincoln); born 5 June 1852 ; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1870, B.A. 1876; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Warwick, High Sheriff 1906; employed with 
Remount Department, with temporary rank of Captain in the Army, 
1902 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 4 January 1901 ; died, 
aged 62, at Skilts, on Friday, 27 November, bur. at Studley, co. 
Worcester, 1 December 1914. He married 2ndly, 11 May 1889, 
Alice Mary, dau. of Francis Galloway of Hereford. 



=Mabel Augusta, born at 
97 Eaton Square, London, 
on Saturday, 18 July 1863 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 28 January 
1885 ; died, aged 22, on 
Thursday, 29 April 1886, 
bur. at Studley. 



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Bouglas of Jsaltoarpe, to* 
Worcester, 



Arms on record in the Lyon Office. — 
Argent three piles gules on a chief of the 
second two mullets of the first all within 
a. bordure ermine charged with three 
cross-crosslets fitchee sable. 

Crest. — A man's heart gules ensigned 
with an imperial crown between two 
wings or. 

Motto. — Spero. 



Rev. Robert Douglas of Salwarpe,= 
co. Worcester (younger son of Lieut.- 
General Archibald Douglas of Witham, 
co. Essex, A.D.C. to King George II., 
M.P. for Dumfries, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Edmund Burchard of 
Witham) ; born on Christmas Day, bapt. 
at Witham 27 December 1765 ; 
educated at Harrow and at Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1794 ; 
Cornet 4th Dragoon Guards 8 March 
1782; afterwards in Holy Orders ; 
Rector of Salwarpe and Hampton Lovett, 
both co. Worcester, 1794; J. P. for co. 
Worcester; died 6 December, bur. at 
Salwarpe 10 December 1806. Admon 
granted at Worcester 25 March 1807. 
Portrait at Kingsland, Newcastle-under- 
Lyrne, in the 
possession of his 
great - grand- 
son, Archibald 
Douglas. 





=Frances, 4th surviving 
dau. of Henry Vaughan 
Jeffreys of Kirkham 
Abbey, co. York, of 
Kington, co. Hereford, 
and of Worcester, by 
Anne his wife (see Pedi- 
gree of Lowe, "Notes " to 
" Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. 12, 
page 120), 5th surviving 
dau. of Humphrey Lowe 
of Chadwick,in Broms- 
grove, co. Worcester 
(Portraits of him and his 
daughter Ann at Kings- 
land, Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, in the possession 
of his great-great-grand- 
si)rt, ArchibaldDouglas) ; 
bornioNovemberi758, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Worcester ; marr. at 
MinChinhampton, co. 
Gloucester, 15 Decem- 
ber 1787, marriage 
settlements dated 1 1 
December ; died 24 
December, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Salwarpe, 26 
December 1796. 



Rev. David Morgan= 
(son of John Mor- 
gan of Llandilo 
Fawr, co. Carmar- 
then) ; bapt. at 
Llandilo Fawr ; of 
Jesus College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
29 February 181 2, 
aged 19, B.A. 1815, 
M.A. 1818; Rector 
of Ham, co. Wilts, 
1843 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to the 
Marquis of Win- 
chester ; died, aged 
71, at the Rectory, 
Ham, 15 January 
1864. Will dated 
14 September i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
116, 64) 12 Feb- 
ruary 1864, by 
Frances Ann Mor- 
gan, relict, and 
the Rev. William 
Morgan, brother. 



=Frances Ann, 
born at Wick, 
near Worces- 
ter, 1 August 
1789 ; marr. 
at Newland, 
co. Glouces- 
ter, 9 June 



i83°> 
riage 
ments 
same 
died 1 



mar- 

settle- 

dated 

day; 

o Sep- 



tember, bur. 
at Salwarpe 
14 September 
1882. M.I. 
in church. 



Very Rev. Thomas Gaisford, D.D., Dean of Christ=j=Helen Mar- 
Church, Oxford (eldest son of John Gaisford of Iford, garet, born 9 
co. Wilts, High Sheriff 1793); born at Iford 22 October.bapt. 
December 1779, bapt. at Tottenham, co. Wilts; at Knight- 
educated at Hyde Abbey School, Winchester, and wick, co.Wor- 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 26 October cester, 20 
1797, Student December 1800, B.A. 1801, M.A. Octoberi79i; 
1804, Regius Professor of Greek 29 February married at 
1812-35; B.D. and D.D. (by diploma) 29 April 1831; Ewelme > co - 
Prebendary of Worcester 1825-28, of Durham 1829, Oxford, n 
of St. Paul's 1833, and of Llandaff 1833; Rector of July 1815; 
Holywell, Oxford, 1815-47 ; Canon of Durham died at Ox- 
1829-31 ; Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 10 ford 9 March 
October 1831 ; died, aged 75, at the Deanery, 1830, bur. in 
Oxford, 2 June, bur. in the nave of the Cathedral on the church- 
Saturday, 9 June 1855; Author of " Pcetae Minores yard at Holy- 
Grseci" (4 vols.) 1814-20, and other works. Will well. Portrait 
dated 27 September 1845, with codicil dated at Howth 
1 October 1849, proved (P.C.C. 604, 55) 2 July Castle. 1st 
1855, by Thomas Gaisford, son. Portrait by wife. 
Frederick Richard Pickersgill, R.A., at Howth 
Castle, co. Dublin. He married 2ndly, Jane 
Katherine, dau. of the Rev. John Jenkyns, Rector 
of Evercreech, co. Somerset, and sister of the 
Very Rev. Richard Jenkyns, D.D., Master of Balliol 
College, Oxford, afterwards Dean of Wells. 



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177 



Rev. Henry Douglas, born 17 April, bapt. at Whitborne, co.= 
Hereford, 30 May 1793; educated at Rugby, admitted 1803, and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1815, M.A. 1818; Vicar 
of Newland, co. Gloucester, 1822-32; Rural Dean, Prebendary 
and Precentor of Llandaff, co. Glamorgan, 7 April 1825; Rector 
of Whickham, co. Durham, 1832-1844; Canon of Durham 1834; 
and Rector of Salwarpe, co. Worcester, 1845-1849; died, aged 
66, at the College, Durham, on Friday, 15 July, bur. in the graveyard 
of Durham Cathedral on Wednesday, 20 July 1859. M.I. in the 
chancel of St. Michael's, Salwarpe, also Memorial Window. Will 
dated 11 November 1857, proved at Durham 9 August 1859, 
by Eleanor Douglas, relict. Portrait by George Richmond, R.A., 
at Kingsland, Newcastle-under-Lyme, in the possession of his 
grandson, Archibald Douglas. 




=Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Birt, Vicar of New- 
land, by Mary Lane his 3rd 
wife ; bapt. at Newland 28 
May 1802 ; marr. there 30 
September 1823, marriage 
settlements dated 29 Sep- 
tember ; died, aged 77, at 
Hill End, Salwarpe, on 
Thursday, 24 April 1879. 
Will dated 1 1 March 1875, 
proved at Worcester 6 
May 1879. Portrait by 
George Richmond, R.A., at 
Kingsland, in the possession 
of her grandson, Archibald 
Douglas. 



Rev. William Willoughby Douglas of Salwarpe and of Higlv 
Park, both co. Worcester; born 13 July 1824, bapt. at 
Newland, co. Gloucester, 7 September 1824 (Sponsors : 
Margaret Jeffreys, his great-aunt, the Rt. Rev. William Van 
Mildert, Bishop of Durham, his great-uncle, and the Earl of 
Enniskillen) ; educated at Eton and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1847, B.A. and L.Th. University College, 
Durham, 1847, M.A. 1852 ; Rector (and Patron) of Salwarpe 
1849; Hon. Canon of Worcester 1866; Rural Dean of 
Droitwich ; Proctor in Convocation ; Lord of the Manor 
of Salwarpe; J.P. for co. Worcester; died, aged 73, at 
Salwarpe Rectory on Saturday, 19 February, bur. at Salwarpe 
24 February 1898. Will dated 17 July 1885, with codicils 
dated 3 June 1895 and 18 September 1897, proved in 
the Principal Registry 19 April 1898, by Frances Jane 
Douglas, relict, Archibald Douglas of Salwarpe, and William 
Douglas, sons. 



=Frances Jane, only dau. of 
William Wybergh How of Near- 
well, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, by 
Frances his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Samuel Allsopp of Burton-on- 
Trent, co. Stafford, and sister 
of Henry, 1st Lord Hindlip of 
Hindlip Hall, co. Worcester ; 
born 21 January 1829, bapt. 
at Shrewsbury ; marr. at the 
Abbey Church, Shrewsbury 
(by the Rev. William Walsham 
How), on Tuesday, 22 January 
1850; died, aged 70, at the 
Rectory, Salwarpe, on Monday. 
1 1 December, bur. at Salwarpe 
13 December 1899. Will dated 
15 December 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 199, 1900) 21 
February 1900, by Archibald 
Douglas, William Douglas, and 
Robert Gresley Douglas, sons. 



Frances, born 8 December 1850, bapt. at Salwarpe 6 January 
1 85 1 ; died at The Lowe, Bridgnorth, co. Salop, 26 January 
191 1, bur. at Worfield, co. Salop. Memorial Brass in chancel 
of Salwarpe Church. Will dated 18 August 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 388, n) 14 March 1911, by Archibald Douglas 
and William Douglas, brothers. 



Margaret, born at the Rectory, 
Salwarpe, on Wednesday, 18 
February, bapt. at Salwarpe 
20 February 1852 ; died 23 
October 1867, bur. at 
Salwarpe. 



178 



Robert Archibald Douglas-Gresley of High Park and of Salwarpe Court,= 
co. Worcester ; born 24 October 1794; bapt. at Whitborne, co. Hereford; 
educated at Rugby, admitted 1807; J.P. and D.L. for co. Worcester; Lord 
of the Manor of Salwarpe ; assumed by Royal Licence dated 30 January 
1830, the additional name and arms of Gresley, in compliance with the will 
of Philip Gresley of High Park; died 13 February, bur. at Salwarpe 19 
February 1885. Memorial tablet in the chancel. Will dated 6 August 
1884, proved at Worcester 26 March r88s, by the Rev. William Willoughby 
Douglas and Robert Archibald Douglas, nephews. 




=Rebecca Maria, 
dau. of Thomas 
Harvey of Bel- 
mont, co. Here- 
ford, and of 
Portland Place, 
London ; born 
i8Januaryi793; 
marr. at Brigh- 
ton, co. Sussex, 
27 June 1833; 
bur. at Salwarpe 
9 March 1876. 
Memorial tablet 
in the chancel. 



Rt. Rev. William Walsham How, Bishop of Wakefield (elder son of William= 
Wybergh How of Shrewsbury, co. Salop, by Frances his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Maynard of Wokingham, co. Berks) ; born at College Hill, Shrewsbury, 13 
December 1823; educated at Shrewsbury (1832-41), and at Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 November 1840, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1847; 
matriculated from University College, Durham, 25 October 1845, B.A. 1845, 
L.Th. 1846, M.A. 1848; Rector of Whittington, co. Salop, 23 September 
1851 to 1879; Diocesan Inspector of Schools 1852-70; Rural Dean of 
Oswestry 1853-79; Hon. Canon of St. Asaph 1860-87; Select Preacher at 
Oxford 1868-69 > Suffragan to Bishop of London, with title of Bishop of 
Bedford, and charge of East London, 7 July 1879 ; Prebendary of St. Paul's 
and Rector of St. Andrew's, Undershaft, with St. Mary Axe, London, 24 July 
1879; D.D. Lambeth 1879 and of Oxford 1886; appointed first Bishop of 
Wakefield 28 May 1888; Proctor in Convocation ; Author of "Plain Words" 
and other works ; died at Dhulough Lodge, Killary Bay, co. Galway, on 
Tuesday, 10 August, bur. at Whittington on Thursday, 12 August 1897. 
Will dated 13 November 1893, with two codicils dated 22 October 1894 and 
11 September 1896, proved (Prin. Reg. 1165, 97) 30 October 1897, by 
Thomas Maynard How, brother, Frederick Douglas How, and the Rev. Henry 
Walsham How, sons, and William Maynard How, nephew. Portrait (by 
H. L. Norris) at Wadham College. 



IfZ/a^i&ct^ tC*4b>4£tdr* 



=Frances Anne, 
born 20 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at 
Newland, co. 
Gloucester, 18 
November 1 825; 
rharried at 
Salwarpe (by 
her brotheT, 
the Rev. Wil- 

, liamWilloughby 
Douglas) on 
Tuesday, 6 No- 
vember 1849 ; 
died, aged 61, 
at Barmouth, co. 
Merioneth, on 
Sunday, 28 Au- 
gust 1887, bur. 
at Whittington. 



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Archibald Douglas of Salwarpe and of High Park, co.= 
Worcester, and of Kingsland, Newcastle-under-Lyme ; 
born at the Rectory, Salwarpe, on Sunday, 10 April, bapt. 
at Salwarpe 15 May 1853 (Sponsors : Mrs. How (3rd wife 
of William Wybergh How of Nearwell, Shrewsbury, 
Robert Archibald Douglas and Henry Douglas, 
uncles) ; educated at Marlborough and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878; admitted a 
Solicitor November 1879; Lord of the Manor and 
Patron of the living of Salwarpe. 



179 



^Caroline Ada, dau. of Major-General 
Arthur Francis of Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, late Madras Staff Corps, 
by Adelaide Isabella his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Alexander Begbie, Indian 
Army, of Hendon, Southampton, co. 
Hants ; born 27 October 1863 ; marr. 
at SS. Philip and James', Cheltenham 
(by the Rev. William Willoughby 
Douglas), 23 April 1885. 



Rev. Richard Garth of Morden Park and of Farnham, both co. 
Surrey (2nd son of William Lowndes-Stone of Brightwell Park, 
co. Oxford, and of Astwood and North Crawley, both co. Buckingham, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Richard Garth of Morden 
Hall) ; assumed the name and arms of Garth by Royal Licence 
dated 20 March 1837; died, aged 71, at Farnham, 30 January 
1862, bur. at Morden. Will dated 18 May 1861, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 214, 62) 1 April 1862, by Richard Garth, 
Barrister-at-Law, son. /^ 



=Mary, born 19 November 
1796, bapt. at Salwarpe, 
co. Worcester ; marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Worcester, 28 
January 1819; died at 
Upper Seymour Street, 
London, 17 June 1849, 
bur. at Morden. 



Robert Archibald Douglas, born 15 October, bapt. at Newland, co. Gloucester, 24 November 
1826; educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852; of 
the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 26 January 1854; died unmarried, aged 73, at 14 
Cromwell Crescent, Earl's Court, London, on Monday, 27 November 1899, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 22 May 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 31, 1900) 5 January 1900, by 
Thomas Douglas, brother. 



William Douglas of The School, Malvern Link, co.=f=Martha Mauleverer, 3rd dau. of George 



Worcester ; born 4 August, bapt. at Salwarpe 24 
August 1854 ; of Keble College, Oxford, matriculated 
13 October 1873, Scholar 1873, B.A. 1877, M.A. 
1881. 



I 



Eileen Mary, born 
i December 1900. 



Edward Moore Taylor of Malvern Link ; 
marr. at St. Matthias', Malvern Link, on 
Tuesday, 5 September 1889. 



Frances Joan born 
28 May 1902. 



Barbara Eleanor, born 
11 March 1904. 



Rev. Francis William Gresley Douglas, born at Lancaster Road,= 
Newcastle-under-Lyme, on Friday, 15 January, bapt. at Basford, 
co. Stafford, 18 February 1886; (Sponsors: Frances Douglas, 
aunt, Colonel Charles Arthur William Francis of Southwick Street, 
Hyde Park, London, and William Douglas of Malvern Link, 
uncles) ; Scholar of Rossall and Scholar of Clare College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 1905, B.A. (ist-class 
Classical Tripos, Part I., and ist-class Theological Tripos, 
Part II.) 1908, M.A. 1912 ; Curate of St. Matthew's, Walsall, 
co. Stafford, 1910-15, of the parish church, Maidstone, co. 
Kent, 19 1 5. 



■Bridget Emily Frances (his 
cousin), dau. of Thomas 
Douglas of Derwent Lodge, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent ; 
born at Frant, co. Sussex, 
4 February, bapt. there 18 
March 1 888 ; marr. at St. 
James', Tunbridge Wells (by 
the Rev. Robert Henry 
Douglas) on Thursday, 5 
June 1913. 

(See page 184.) 



Elizabeth Mary, born 9 March, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, Walsall, co. Stafford, 
6 April 1915. 



David Archibald Gresley Douglas, born 
28 March, bapt. at the parish church, 
Maidstone, 2 May 19 16. 



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I ■ ! 

Henry Douglas of Hayes Lane, Bromley, co. Kent ,-^Maria, youngest dau of the Rev 
born 1 9 February, bapt. at Newland, co. Gloucester Tames T.L.r n 11 W !i ' f n;!! 



~~...j """5'« ui iiityca i^ane, cromiey, co. Kent • 
born 19 February, bapt. at Newland, co. Gloucester! 
26 March 1828 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 
1 84 1 ; died, aged 64, at Hayes Lane, Bromley, on 
Monday, 9 January, bur. at Hayes, co. Kent, i* 
January 1893. Will dated 26 April 1862, proved 
(J;""- Re S-> 2 33> 93) 24 March 1893, by Charles Philip 
Douglas, brother. 



Mary Ann, 
born at West 
Hill, Wands- 
worth, co. 
Surrey, on 
Sunday, 21 
Feb r uary 
1858; died 
19 March 
1 86 1, bur. at 
Wandsworth. 



James Lister Dighton, Vicar of Dixton, 
co. Monmouth; born at Stoneaston, 
co. Somerset, 5 February, bapt. there 
27 March 1832; marr. at Dixton 
(by her father) on Tuesday, 5 May 
1857- 



Richard Crawshay Bailey of the Pigeon House, Bodenham, co.= 
Hereford (5th son of Sir Joseph Bailey, 1st Baronet, M.P., and 
brother of Sir Joseph Russell Bailey, 2nd Baronet and 1st 
Baron Glanusk) ; born at Easton Court, Little Hereford, co. 
Hereford, 15 January 1849, bapt. at Little Hereford; of 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1868 • B A 
of Charsley Hall 1872; of the Inner Temple 19 January '1872 i 
died 19 July, bur. at Bodenham 22 July x 9I 6. He marr. istly 
Mabel Jane, eldest dau. of the Rev. Charles Samuel Palmer of 
Hampton Manor, Hereford, by Ellen his wife, dau. of the Rev 
Henry Douglas (see next page). 



=Ellen, born at 
West Hill, 
Wandsworth, 
on Saturday, 
16 April, bapt. 
at Wandsworth 
11 May 1859 ; 
married at 
Dorking, co. 
Surrey, 1 1 No- 
vember 1911. 
2nd wife. 



SaW Ln , S F K ' CO " EhZ ^ et \ L (SlSt6r Elspeth >' b0m 26 Februar y> bapt. at Salwarpe 

hi P a ' f IT 7 uf y ' " T M f rCh l8 " ; died in St Peter ' s H °me, Kilburn, on Tuesday 

cesser 24 rHE^s?' SI ^ti? 9 *' *"& ™^°« Cemetery Willesden Lane both 

cester, 24 February 1856. co. Middlesex. Memorial Brass in chancel of Salwarpe Church. 



Harold Archibald Douglas 
of Kingsland, Newcastle- 
under-Lyme; born at New- 
castle-under-Lyme on Friday, 
2 September, bapt. at Sal- 
warpe 2 October 1887 ; 
educated at Rossall and at 
Selwyn College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
1905, B.A. 1908 ; a Student 
of St. Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1912, M.B. Camb. 
1 9 13; Captain Royal Army 
Medical Corps. 



Percy Walter Lewis Adams, F.S.A., of Woore=pAda Gladys, 



Manor, co. Salop, and of Tunstall, co. Stafford, 
youngest son of William Adams of Greenfield, 
near Tunstall, in the parish of Wolstanton, 
and of Hadderidge, both co. Stafford, by Laura 
Eliza his wife, eldest dau. of Andrew Jukes 
Worthington of Ball Haye Hall, Leek, 
co. Stafford (see Pedigree of Worthington, 
page 82) ; born at The Oaks, Wolstanton, on 
Thursday, 24 January, bapt. there 4 April 1875 > 
educated at Rugby, admitted 1889; J.P. for 
the County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent; Lord 
of the Manor of Woore. 

(See Pedigree of Adams, Vol. 13, 
page 28.) 



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born 5 No- 
vember, bapt. 
at Salwarpe 
14 December 
1889; marr. at 
St. George's, 
Newcastle- 
under - Lyme 
(by the Rev. 
Francis Wil- 
liam Gresley 
Douglas), on 
Wednesday, 
26 April 1 91 6. 



Harold Paulley (youngest son of= 
Nathaniel Legg Paulley of Pulham 
Market, co. Norfolk); born 14 
December 1888; Exhibitioner of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1908 ; Lieutenant 10th Battalion 
The Norfolk Regiment 19 15. 



^Margaret Elspeth, born at New- 
castle-under-Lyme 14 January 
1892, bapt. at Hartshill, co. 
Stafford; marr. at St. George's, 
Newcastle-under-Lyme (by the 
Rev. Francis William Gresley 
Douglas), 10 August 1915. 

181 



Kathleen Mary, born 
at Newcastle-under- 
Lyme 29 December 
1893; bapt. at Harts- 
hill. 



Rev. Charles Samuel Palmer of Hampton Manor,= 
Hereford (6th son of the Rev. Henry Palmer of Withcote 
Hall, co. Leicester, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Samuel Heyrick, and nephew of Sir John Henry 
Palmer, 7th baronet, of Carlton, co. Northampton) ; born 
at Carlton Curlieu, co. Leicester, 29 May 1830; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 22 June 1848, 
B.A. 1854, M.A 1855 ; Rector of Withcote and Vicar 
of Owston, both co. Leicester, 1855-66, Rector of 
Eardisley, co. Hereford, 1866-1906; Proctor in Con- 
vocation of Hereford 1890, Canon of Hereford 1892 
-1899, and Prebendary from 1890 ; Treasurer of Hereford 
Cathedral 1904; Rural Dean of Weobley 1887-1910. 



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=Ellen, born 20 September, bapt. 
at Newland, co. Gloucester, 2 No- 
vember 1829; marr. at St. Mary-le- 
Bow, Durham, 16 November 1854; 
died, aged 75, at the Rectory, 
Eardisley, on Sunday, 23 July 1905, 
bur. at Eardisley. Will dated 28 
November 1889, proved at Hereford 
9 December 1905, by the Rev. 
Charles Samuel Palmer, husband, 
and Margaret Eleanor Christie, wife 
of Charles Henry Fehler Christie, 
daughter. 



Katharine Elizabeth, born at West 
Hill, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 2 January, bapt. at 
Wandsworth 3 February 1861. 



Margaret Alice, born at West Hill, 
Wandsworth, on Thursday, 6 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at Wandsworth 3 December 
1862. 



Henry Dighton=j=Nora Jessie, elder 



Douglas of 

Srinagar, Cash- 
meer, India ; 
born at West 
Hill, Wands- 
worth, on Fri- 
day, 18 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Wandsworth 18 
December 1 864. 



dau. of Charles 
Bendysche Walton 
of Montrose House, 
Mussoorie, North- 
West Provinces, 

India ; born 31 July 
1876 ; marr. at Mus- 
soorie on Wednesday, 
n November 1896. 



Florence Mary, 
born at Rich- 
mond, co. 
Surrey, 9 June, 
bapt. there 12 
July 1872. 



Vera Winifred, born Norman Dighton Kathleen Nora, Audrey, born at Daphne Mar- 
at Mussoorie on Fri- Douglas, born at born at Srinagar Dorking, co. garet, born at 
day, 24 September Sringar 10 March, 31 February Surrey, 17 March, Srinagar 8 No- 
1897; died, aged 15 bapt. there in 1 901, bapt. there, bapt. there 17 vember 1911, 
months, at Srinagar, May 1900. April 1910. bapt. there. 
18 December 1898. 



Henry How Douglas, born 
October, bapt. at Salwarpe, co. 
Worcester, 21 November 1858; 
Naval Cadet 15 July 187 1, Sub- 
Lieutenant 27 October 1877, 
Lieutenant 20 September 1880; 
died at Poona, India, on Wednes- 
day, 3 September 1890. Memorial 
Brass in chancel of Salwarpe 
Church. Adrfion granted in the 
Principal Registry 6 December 
1890, to Winifred Douglas, relict. 



2 7=j=Winifred, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Ruggles Fisher, Rector of Lyston, co. 
Essex ; marr. there (by the Rev. William 
Willoughby Douglas, and her brother, 
the Rev. Steward Travers Fisher) on 
Thursday, 9 February 1888. She 
married 2ndly Colonel Albert 
Edmond Leslie of the Indian Army, 
and 3rdly Colonel Arthur Henry 
Dopping Creagh, C.M.G., M.V.O., 
128th Pioneers, Indian Army. 



Mary Alice, born 
on Thursday, 29 
November, bapt. 
at Salwarpe 30 
December i860; 
educated at West- 
field College ; 
Head Mistress 
of the Godolphin 
School, Salisbury. 



I 

Winifred Mary, born at Falmouth, co. Cornwall, on Sunday, 
27 October 1889, bapt. at Salwarpe; died 12 June 1898, bur. 
in Salisbury Cemetery, co. Wilts. 

182 






Rev. Charles William King (eldest son of the Rev. William=j=Mary Anne Jane, born 5 

Clark King of Earlsdon, co. Northumberland) ; of University Sophia, born June, bapt. at 

College, Oxford, matriculated 20 November 1849, aged 17, 11 June, bapt. Whickham, co. 

Scholar of Trinity College 1851-55, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856; at Newland, Durham, 7 

Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, 1859-67; Principal of co. Gloucester, June 1834; 

the Female Training College, Durham, 1859-64; Inspector 26 July 1831; died at the 

of Schools for Durham and Northumberland 10 June 1864; marr. at St. Rectory, Ham, 

died, aged 40, at the Vicarage, Norham, co. Northumberland, Mary-le-Bow, co. Wilts, on 

on Thursday, 8 August 1872. Will dated 6 March 1872, Durham, 6De- Monday, 31 

proved (Prin. Reg., 629, 72) 4 October 1872, by Mary cember 1855, October 1853. 
Anne Sophia King, relict. /K 



Rev. Robert Gresley Douglas, born at Salwarpe, co. Worcester, 24 March,= 
bapt. there 25 April 1862 ; educated at Marlborough and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1880, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1887; 
Curate of St. Matthew's, Leicester, 1885-87, of Northfield, co. Worcester, 
1887-89; Vicar of Fichsburg, Orange Free State, 1890-93, Rector of 
Beaconsfield, Griqualand West, both South Africa, 1894-97 ; Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Stockport, co. Chester, 1897-1901, of North Nibley, co. 
Gloucester, 1901-05 ; Rector of Rondesboch, Cape Colony, South Africa, 
1905-11; Curate of St. Barnabas' (in charge of St. Andrew's), Bexhill- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, 19 13-16; Rector of Winchelsea, co. Sussex, 19 16. 



-Ethel Annie Rome, 
dau. of Thomas 
Blunt, M.D. ; marr. 
at All Saints', 
Beaconsfield, Gri- 
qualand West, on 
Wednesday, 27 
November 1895. 



Robert Claude Gresley Douglas, born 18 September 1898, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Stockport ; educated at Lancing and at 
the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 



Lucy Jane, of St. 
Margaret's, Salis- 
bury, co. Wilts ; 
born 6 September, 
bapt. at Salwarpe 
4 October 1863. 



Edward Herbert Douglas of Salisbury ; born 1 7 January, bapt. at Salwarpe 
9 February 1865 ; Scholar of Eton and Scholar of King's College, 
Cambridge, admitted 19 January 1884, B.A. (1st- class Math. Tripos, 
Part I.) 1887, M.A. 1891 ; Assistant Master at Eton 1888, and at 
Glenalmond 1889-99 j partner in Preparatory School, Malvern Link, co. 
Worcester, 1899-1915. 



Edith Christian, of Ladywood, 
Turney Road, Dulwich, co. 
Surrey; born 18 August, bapt. 
at Salwarpe 16 December 
1866. 



Katharine Margaret, of 
Lady wood,Turney Road, 
Dulwich ; born 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Salwarpe 
1 March 1868. 



Janet Maude, born 8 August, bapt. 
at Salwarpe 26 September 1869 ; in 
charge of Talbot House, Addington 
Square, Camberwell Road Settle- 
ment, co. Surrey, 19 10. 



Rev. Arthur Jeffreys Douglas, born at Salwarpe 
9 October, bapt. there 12 November 1871; 
educated at Marlborough, Exhibitioner of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 20 
October 1890 (3rd Classical Mods. 1892); 
Curate of St. Edmund's, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
1895-98; Rector of Salwarpe 1898-1901; 
Missionary in Nyasa, British Central Africa, 
1901-n; died, aged 44, at St. Michael's 
College, Likoma, Nyasaland, on Friday, 10 
November 191 1, bur. in Likoma Cathedral. 
Memorial Brass in the chancel of Salwarpe 
Church. 

183 



Rev. Gerald Wybergh Douglas, born 17 June, 
bapt. at Salwarpe 18 July 1875; Scholar of 
Eton and King's College, Cambridge, 
admitted 4 October 1894, B.A. (ist-class 
Classical Tripos, Part I) 1897, M.A. 1901 ; 
Curate of the parish church, Gainsborough, 
co. Lincoln, 1899-1900; Vice-Principal Ely 
Theological College 1900-1908 ; Curate of 
the Church of the Ascension, Lavender 
Hill, Battersea, co. Surrey, 1908-12 ; Rector 
of Christ Church, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, 1 91 2. 



Edward van Mildert Douglas, 
born 29 October, bapt. at 
Whickham, co. Durham, 24 
November 1835 ; died 1 July, 
bur. there 4 July 1836. 



Elizabeth, born 13 September, 
bapt. at Whickham 22 Novem- 
ber 1837; died, aged 72, at 
14 Cromwell Crescent, Earl's 
Court, London, on Friday, 3 
December 1909, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London. 



Rev. Ambrose Short (younger son of the Rev.=j=Lucy, born 1 1 

William Short, Rector of Llandrinio, co. January, bapt. 

Montgomery, and Canon of Salisbury, by at Whickham 

Jane his wife, dau. of John Awdry of Notton 26 February 

House, co. Wilts); born at Chippenham, 1839; marr. at 

co. Wilts, 6 June 1833; of New College, Salwarpe, co. 

Oxford, matriculated 3 December 1851, Worcester (by 

B.A. 1856, M.A. 1858; Fellow 1851-64; the Rev. Wil- 

Head-Master Oswestry Grammar School liam Short), 

1863-73 ; Vicar of Bodicote, co. Oxford, on Tuesday, 

1873-91; Inspector of Schools for the Deanery 28 September 

of Doddington 1877; Rector of Saham 1869. 
Toney, co. Norfolk, 1892-99; Rural Dean of 
Beccles and Thetford 1892-99. ^ 



Thomas Douglas of Derwent=f=Janet Harriette, dau. of the Most Rev. Henry John Chitty 



Lodge, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent ; born 1 March, bapt. at 
Whickham, co. Durham, 3 March 
1840. 



Harper, Primate of New Zealand; born 18 August 
1845, bapt- at Stratfield Mortimer, co. Berks; marr. at 
Christchurch, New Zealand, 10 June 1869. 



Ellen, born at Christchurch 
24 September, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Christchurch, 20 
October 1872; died at Sal- 
warpe, co. Worcester, 29 
December 1873, bur. there. 



Major Herbert Archibald Douglas, born at=Marie Louise 
Salwarpe 2 April, bapt. there 10 May 1874; Dollez, mar- 
2nd Lieutenant Worcestershire Regiment 29 ried at the 
May 1895, Lieutenant 1 December 1896; British Em- 
Captain 29 May 1904, transferred to Indian bassy Chapel, 
Army 23 January 1909, Major 29 May 1913. Paris, 4 De- 
cember 191 5. 



Evelyn Janet, 
born at Christ- 
church 19 
March, bapt. 
there 18 April 
1876. 



Leonard Henry Wace (son of Alfred=j=Mary, born at Amberley, New 



Augustus Wace of Kingsland, co. 
Dorset, formerly of the Indian Civil 
Service) ; born at Tunbridge Wells 10 
April 1876, bapt. there. 



Zealand, 13 September, bapt. there 
18 October 1878 ; marr. at St. 
James', Tunbridge Wells, 23 April 
1903. 



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Rev. Robert Henry Douglas, 
born at Amberley 27 March, 
bapt. there 24 April 1881 ; of 
Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michael- 
mas 1900, B.A. 1903, M.A. 
1907 ; Curate of St. Peter's, 
Jarrow-on-Tyne, co. Durham, 
1 905-08, of Halifax (in charge 
of St. Barnabas') 1 908-11, of 
Lightcliffe 191 2- 14, and 
Curate-in-charge of St. John's, 
Hebden Bridge, all co. York, 
1914. 



Rev. Francis William Gresley Douglas, =f=Bridget Emily Frances 



eldest son of Archibald Douglas of 
Salwarpe (see page ijg) ; born at Lan- 
caster Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
on Friday, 15 January, bapt. at 
Basford, co. Stafford, 18 February 
1886; of Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1905, 
B.A. 1908, M.A. 19 1 2 ; Curate of 
St. Matthew's, Walsall, co. Stafford, 
1910-15, and of the parish church, 
Maidstone, co. Kent, 1915. 



(his cousin), born at 
Frant, co. Sussex, 4 
February, bapt. there 
1 8 March 1888 ; marr. 
at St. James', Tun- 
bridge Wells (by her 
brother, the Rev. 
Robert Henry Douglas) 
on Thursday, 5 June 

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A 
(For issue see page 180) 



184 



Charles Philip Douglas=j=Jane, 3rd dau. of the Rev. John Wylde of 



of St. Martin's House, 
Chester ; born 1 5 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Whick- 
ham, co. Durham, 18 
March 1841 ; educated 
at Durham School ; 
admitted a Solicitor 
Hilary Term 1865; died, 
aged 67, at Chester, on 
Saturday, 14 March 
1908, buried in the 
cemetery at Chester. 



Bradford, Belbroughton, co. Worcester, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Philpott, Rector of Pedmore, co. Wor- 
cester, by Mary his wife, dau. of Henry 
Vaughan Jeffreys (see page ifj) ; born at 
Belbroughton 27 July, bapt. there 28 
August 1842; marr. at Belbroughton 
(by the Rev. Robert Wylde and the 
Rev. William Willoughby Douglas) on 
Tuesday, 8 September 1874. 



Rev. James Douglas, born 
2 April, bapt. at Whick- 
ham 2 May 1 843; educated 
at Durham School and at 
Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 7 June 1861 ; 
B. A. 1867; Father Superior 
of St. Augustine's, Modder- 
poort, and Canon of Bloem- 
fbntein; died, aged 51, oh 
Friday, 17 August 1894. 



Dorothy Mary, 
born at 5 
Stanley Place, 
Chester, on 
Saturday, 1 2 
June, bapt. at 
Chester 1 ijuly 
1875- 



John Philip Douglas, born=j=Nelly, dau. of 



at 5 Stanley Place, Chester, 
on Monday, 31 July, bapt. 
at Chester 24 August 1876; 
educated at Marlborough 
and at Magdalen College, 
Oxford; admitted a Solicitor 
February 1901 ; died in 
New Zealand 21 November 
1914. 



Isaac Fletcher of 
Seaton Lodge, 
Upton, Birken- 
head, co. Ches- 
ter ; born 24 
April 1879. 



Rev. Charles Geoffrey Douglas, 
born at 5 Stanley Place, Chester, 
on Monday, 18 March, bapt. 
at Chester 28 April 1878; of 
Pembroke College, Oxford ; 
Curate of St. Paul's, Middles- 
brough, 1905-13, and of Ferry 
Fryston, both co. York, 1913. 



Helen Dorothy, born 13 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Rock Ferry, co. 
Chester, 11 November 1905. 



Charles Philip Douglas, 
born 3 May, bapt. at Rock 
Ferry 5 June 1907. 



John Malcolm Douglas, born 
25 September, bapt. at Heswall, 
co. Chester, 14 October 19 10. 



185 



Emily Maude, born 9 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Whickham, co. 
Durham, 9 October 1844; 
died 20 September 1913, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. 



Adelaide, born 3 February 1846, bapt. 
at Great Bow Church, Durham ; died at 
14 Cromwell Crescent, Earl's Court, 
London, on Saturday, 8 February 1908, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery. 



Two children 
died in infancy. 



Major Robert Vaughan Douglas, born at 5 Stanley=Gladys Mary, dau. 
Place, Chester, on Wednesday, 29 June, bapt. of Colonel John 
at Chester 25 July 1881 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 2 May 1900, Lieutenant 3 April 
1901, Captain 23 January 1913, Major 30 Decem- 
ber 1 9 1 5 ; Officer for Range Tables, Research 
Department, 1 January 19 14; Secretary Royal 
Artillery Committee 14 December 19 14. 



Lewes ; born 9 
July 1 89 1 ; marr. 
at Maker, co. Corn- 
wall, 16 January 
1917. 



Helen, born at 5 
Stanley Place, Chester, 
on Wednesday, 10 
January, bapt. at 
Chester 24 February 
1883; died 5 March 
1884. 



I 
Henry Kenneth Douglas, born at 5 

Stanley Place, Chester, on Thursday, 

10 December, bapt. at Chester 10 

January 1886; of Pembroke College, 

Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 

Term 1904, LL. B. 1907; admitted 

a Solicitor in 1911 ; Lieutenant Royal 

Naval Division. 



James Sholto Douglas, born at 5 Stanley Place, Chester, 
on Thursday, 2r February, bapt. at Chester 25 March 
1889; Midshipman Royal Navy 15 September 1905, 
Lieutenant Commander (retired) ; Head of St. 
Benedict's Home for Working Lads at Badsey, co. 
Worcester ; died at St. Martin's House, Chester, 18 
December, bur.' at Chester 20 December 1916. 




186 



Benne. 



Thomas Denne of Upstreet, in Chislet, co. Kent=j=Frances, dau. of George Slater, M.D.; marr. 



(only son of Thomas Denne of Chislet Court, by 
Frances his wfe, dau. of Henry Weaith) ; born at 
Canterbury, co. Kent ; died, aged 55, bur. at Chislet 
9 May 1826. Will dated 18 February 1826, proved 
(P.C.C. 484 Swabey) 30 September 1826, by 
Frances Denne, relict, Thomas Denne, George 
Denne, Henry Denne, and John Denne, sons. 



at Margate, co. Kent, in June 1798; died 
at Grove Hill House, Upstreet, bur. at 
Chislet 10 November 1846. Will dated 
8 December 1840, with codicil dated 25 
July 1846, proved (P.C.C. 565, 47) 8 July 
1847, by Frances Denne, spinster, daughter. 



Frances, born at Chislet 25 May, 
bapt. there 18 July 1799 ; died 
unmarried, aged 62, at 61 Ebury 
Street, Eaton Square, London, 
16 August, bur. at Chislet 23 
August 1862. Adfnon granted at 
the Principal Registry 16 Sep- 
tember 1862, to George Denne, 
brother. 



Thomas Denne, born 
at Chislet and bapt. 
there (aged 52 days) 
22 January 1801 ; 
died, aged 27, bur. at 
Chislet 18 September 
1828. 



George Denne, born at Chislet 5 
May, bapt. there 16 June 1802; 
died, aged 70, at Upstreet, Chislet, 
20 February, bur. at Chislet 26 
February 1872; Will dated 12 
May 1870, proved at Canterbury 
13 September 1872, by George 
Ramsay Alured Denne, Captain 
4th Dragoon Guards, nephew. 



Henry Denne of the White Friars, Canterbury ;= 
born at Chislet 12 January, bapt. there 16 February 
1804; died at the White Friars, Canterbury, on 
Friday, 21 May 1875, bur. at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury. Will dated 27 November 1874, 
proved at Canterbury 17 June 1875, by George 
Ramsay Alured Denne, Captain 4th Dragoon 
Guards, son. 



=Jane, eldest dau. of 
Major-General George 
Ramsay, R.A. ; died 
at the White Friars, 
Canterbury, on Satur- 
day, 4 May 1861, 
bur. at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury. 



John Denne, born 
at Chislet 2 1 August, 
bapt. there 21 Sep- 
tember 1805; died, 
aged 26, in 1831, 
bur. at Falmouth, 
co. Cornwall. 



Robert Cooper Sawbridge; Cornet 10th (The=Elizabeth Frances, of 28 Oxford Drive, 
Prince of Wales' Own) Royal Regiment of Waterloo, near Liverpool ; born 9 December 
Hussars 28 July 1854, Lieutenant 10 August 1840; marr. at St. Mary Bredin's, Canterbury, 
1855, Captain 6 August 1858. on Wednesday, 12 June 1872. 



Susan Eva, elder dau.= 
of Edmond Prendergast 
of Ardfinnan Castle, co. 
Tipperary, by Elizabeth 
Vowel his wife, grand- 
daughter of Jeffrey 
Prendergast of Croane, 
and widow of - Hunt 
of Cappowhite ; marr. at 
St. James', Paddington, 
London, on Monday, 
30 April 1877; died at 
Belturbet, co. Cavan, 
On Tuesday, 26 Feb- 
ruary 1878, bur. there. 
1 st wife. 



Lieut-Colonel George Ramsay Alured Denne,= 
born at Canterbury ; entered the 4th Dragoon 
Guards as Ensign 16 March i860, Lieutenant 
1864, Captain 1870, Major 1881, Lieut. -Colonel 
(retired) 18 November 1882 ; served in Egyptian 
War 1882, present at the engagements at Tel-et- 
Mahuta and Mahsama, at the action of Kassasin 
28 August, and in command of the 4th Dragoons 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of 
Cairo (mentioned in despatches, brevet of Lieut. - 
Colonel, medal with clasp, 3rd-class Medjidie and 
Khedive's star) ; died at Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
31 October 1915, bur. there. 



/HL& 



'lOu^*-> 



=Georgina Anna, 
eldest dau. of Wil- 
liam Ruxton of 
Ardee House, co. 
Louth, D.L., by 
Caroline Diana his 
wife, younger dau. 
and coheir of 
Charles Vernon of 
Royal York Cres- 
cent, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Clifton, on Satur- 
day, 3 January 
1880. 2nd wife. 



George Henry Alured Denne, born at 
Belturbet on Monday, 4 February 1878, 
bapt. there; Captain British India Steam 
Navigation Company. 



Florence Alice Vernon, born at 8 Hale 
Crescent, Farnham, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 
31 October 1880, bapt. at Aldershot, co. 
Hants. 



187 



William Denne of The Ferns, Spencer Road,= 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex ; born at Chislet, co. 
Kent, 2 April, bapt. there circa 10 May 
1808; M.R.C.S. 1837, Fellow 1859, L.S.A. 
Lond. 1837 ; Medical Superintendent of 
the Three Counties' Asylum, Arlesey, co. 
Bedford ; died, aged 73, at The Ferns, 
Spencer Road, Eastbourne, on Friday, 
4 March 1882, bur. there. Will dated 29 
August 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 282, 82) 
12 April 1882, by Lucy Denne, relict. 



=Lucy, 5th dau. of the Rev. 
Joseph Barrett of Cheshunt, 
co. Hertford, by Jane Sheldon 
his wife ; born 4 November 
1816; marr. at St. Thomas', 
Clapham, co. Surrey, 24 
January 1839; died, aged 
75, at The Ferns, Spencer 
Road, Eastbourne, on Friday, 
5 February 1892, bur. at 
Eastbourne. 



Alfred Denne, born 
at Chislet 22 Au- 
gust, bapt. there 
24 September 1809; 
died, aged 24, at 
Grove Hill, co. 
Kent, 14 February, 
bur. at Chislet 23 
February 1834. 



Frances Jane, Alfred de Denne of St. Agnes, Manor Road, Worthing,^ 

born 25 No- co. Sussex; born at Woolwich, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 

vember 1840, 1 February 1842, bapt. there; educated at Christ's 

baptised at Hospital; entered the Royal Navy 10 March 1858, 

Canterbury. Assistant Paymaster 10 March 1863, Paymaster 31 

March 1874, Fleet Paymaster 13 March 1886, Paymaster- 

in-Chief (retired) 1 February 1897 ; served on H.M.S. 

"Euryalus" (flag) at the bombardment of Kagosima, 

Japan, 15 and 16 August 1863; present at the 

bombardment of Simonosaki and opening of the Inland 

Sea, Japan, 6 September 1864; served on H.M.S. 

" Bittern " on the West Coast of Africa during the 

Ashantee War 1874 (specially promoted for services 

during the campaign, Ashantee medal). 



=Mary, dau. of the 
Rev. John May, 
Chaplain of Han- 
well Asylum, co. 
Middlesex, by Ellen 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Seabrook ; 
born at Hanwell 18 
November 1848, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Hanwell 19 
October 1875. 



Ellen, born at Eastbourne 30 April 1876 ; 
died in infancy, bur. at Eastbourne. 



William Robert Denne, born at Woohvich=j=Emily Jane, dau. of John Baker ; born at 



4 June 1843 i died at Kensington, London, 17 
December 1897, bur. in Brompton Cemetery. 



Sandwich, co. Kent, 6 May 1847 ; marr. at 
Faversham, co. Kent, 31 October 1868. 



Francis Vincent Denne, M.D., of 18 Thurloe Place, South Kensington,= 
London; born at Sandwich 12 December 1869; educated at Eastbourne 
College, St. Paul's School, London, Westminster and Royal Dental 
Hospitals, and at University of Brussels; M.D. Brux. 1896, M.R.C.S. 
Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1895, L.S.A. 1893, L.D.S., R.C.S. Eng. 1912; 
Dental Surgeon to West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases and 
to the London County Council School Clinic at the St. Marylebone 
General Dispensary, late Clinical Assistant Dental Department, West 
London Hospital ; Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps (Territorial 
Force) March 191 1, Captain September 1914. 



=Alice May, dau. of 
Thomas Dearsley of 
Steeple Bumpstead, 
co. Essex ; born 6 
May 187 1 ; marr. 
at Mount Street 
Registry Office, 
London, 17 March 
1893 ; divorced on 
his petition in 1908. 



I 
Beatrice May, born at West Kensington 18 May 
1897, bapt. at St. Matthew's, West Kensington Park. 



188 



Thomas Vincent de Denne of Sidlands Lodge, = 
Sidmouth, co. Devon ; born at Woolwich, co. Kent, 
8 February 1846, bapt. there; a Student at St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1870, M.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1868; Hon. Surgeon Sidmouth Cottage Hospital, 
Medical Officer Sidmouth Dispensary. 




=Margaret Anne, dau. of the Rev. 
John Weighell, Rector of Cheddington, 
co. Buckingham, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Woodman ; born at 
The Rectory, Cheddington, 26 Sep- 
tember 1848, bapt. at Cheddington; 
born 26 September 1848 ; marr. at 
the parish church, Hove, co. Sussex, 
24 November 1881. 



Henry de Denne of Chislet,^ 
Blenheim, New Zealand ; born at 
Cradley Heath, co. Stafford, 24 
March 1883, bapt. there ; a Solicitor. 



■Hilda de Renzy, dau. of George Winifred Lucy, 

Way; born 2 May 1883; marr. at born 17 June 

Christchurch, New Zealand, 3 1884, bapt. at 

December 19 13. Cradley Heath. 



Robert Levelis de Denne, 
born at Blenheim, New 
Zealand, 22 February 191 5. 



Thomas Maxwell de Denne, 
born at Blenheim, New 
Zealand, 14 July 1917. 



Cecil Hugh de Denne, born 9 September 1885,= 
bapt. at Cradley Heath ; educated at Stoneygate 
School, Leicester, and at Blair Lodge, Scotland ; 
entered Royal Navy 15 July 1903, Assistant 
Clerk 9 September 1906; Paymaster May 19 17. 



=Beatrice Johanna, dau. of Isodore Hanaw 
of Wynberg, Cape Colony ; born 18 
March 1890; marr. at Kenilworth, Cape 
Colony, 30 December 19 13. 



Alfred Kennett de Denne, 
born at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
16 December 1914. 



Sidney Robert Denne, born 
17 February 1871; educated 
at Christ's Hospital ; served 
in South African War in 
Eastern Province Mounted 
Horse 1900. 



Ethel Mary, born 3 December 1872 ; 
Matron No. 4 General Hospital, British 
Expeditionary Force, France ; served 
in South African War in Boer 
Concentration Camp for Women. 



Norah Emily Time- 
well, born 3 1 
August 1882 ; died 
7 August 191 1, 
bur. at Eastbourne, 
co. Sussex. 



189 



George Cooper Franklin, F.R.C.S., LL.D., of 18 High Street, Farehany 
co. Hants, (elder son of George Barton Franklin of Stoneygate, Knighton, 
co. Leicester, by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. of George Cooper of 
Leicester) ; born at the Step Houses, Leicester, 16 April 1846; a Student 
at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, F.R.C.S. Eng. 1873, L.R.C.P. Lond. 
1871, LL.D. (Hon.) Toronto 1906; Consulting Surgeon Royal Infirmary, 
Leicester (Hon. Surgeon 1 886-1 906); formerly Surgeon to the Midland 
and to the London and North-Western Railway Companies ; President 
British Medical Association 1905-1906 ; J. P. for the borough of Leicester. 



=Lucy Hannah, born 
at Hanwell, co. 
Middlesex, 19 No- 
vember 185 1 ; marr. 
at St. Saviour's, East- 
bourne, co. Sussex, 
on Tuesday, 1 7 
October 1876. 



A\ 



(See Pedigree of Franklin, Vol. 17, 
page 189.) 



Rev. George Lacey May (son of George May of= 
Tiptree Hall, co. Essex, by Emma Jane his wife, 
dau. of Henry Hayward Rush of Heybridge, co. 
Essex); born at Birch, co. Essex, 29 June 1872, 
bapt. there ; Scholar of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1891, 
B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898 ; Curate of Morton, co. 
Lincoln, 1 899-1 901, of Copford End, Colchester, 
co. Essex, 1901-1903; of St. John-the-Baptist's, 
Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 1903- 1904, and of East 
Meon, co. Hants, 1907-n ; Vicar of West Tisted, 
co. Hants, 191 1. 



=Dorothy, born 
18 May 1888, 
bapt. at Cradley 
Heath, co. Staf- 
ford ; marr. at 
St. Nicholas', 
Sidmouth, co. 
Devon,9 August 
1910. 



Thomas Geoffrey de 
Denne, born 9 February 
1890, bapt. at Cradley 
Heath ; educated at 
Stoneygate School, Lei- 
cester, and at East- 
bourne College, co. 
Sussex; serving with 
the Canadian Expedi- 
tionary Force (wounded 
at Festubert, France, in 
May 1915). 



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190 




Cross of is^retosburj), 
co. |3>alop. 





A/WV\ 





Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Per fesse dancettee or and azure a pale three 
crosses patonce in chief and one in base all 
counterchanged. 

Crest. — Upon the trunk of a tree eradi- 
cated fessewise and sprouting to the dexter 
proper a stork also proper resting the dexter 
foot upon a cross patonce or. 

Motto. — In cruce dum spiro fides. 



William Cross of Holly Bank,= 
Pontesbury, co. Salop (son of John 
Cross of Hanwood and of Betton, both 
co. Salop, by Hannah Gowen his wife) ; 
born at Betton, and bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 23 April 1789; 
sworn a burgess of Shrewsbury 20 July 
1819; died, aged 55, 27 September 
1844, bur. at Hanwood {Registers 
destroyed by fire). M.I. Will dated 16 
October 1838, proved (P.C.C. 194, 45) 
28 March 1845, by James Cross, brother. 



awis 




=Mary, youngest 
dau. of Thomas 
Harris of Long- 
don and of 
Nobold, both 
co. Salop; born 
20 September 
1797 ; marr. at 
Meole Brace, 
co. Salop, 3 
August 1 8 18; 
died, aged 80, 
7 May, bur. at 
Hanwood 10 
Mayi878. M.I. 



William Gowen Cross of Mardol, Shrewsbury; born at Holly Bank,= 
Pontesbury, 8 August, bapt. at Pontesbury 10 August 1819; sworn a 
burgess of Shrewsbury 17 March 1848; J. P. and Alderman for 
Shrewsbury, Mayor 1875 and 1878; died at Plealey Villa, Pontesford, 
co. Salop, 19 March, bur. in the General Cemetery, Shrewsbury, 
23 March 1881. M.I. Will dated 17 October 1873, proved (Prin. 
R e g-i 375. 8l ) 10 May 1881, by Eliza Ann Cross, relict. 




££&>e&rri0'g6,0-c#&ri / 9 y^)A 



s&fcerfe 



=Eliza Ann, eldest dau. 
of William Gunn of 
17 Bernard Street, 
Russell Square, Lon- 
don ; born 8 August 
1825 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, on 
Tuesday, 14 Septem- 
ber 1847 ; died, aged 
87, 10 November 
191 2, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, 
Shrewsbury. M.I. 



William Gowen Cross of Mardol, Shrewsbury ;=j=Betsy Townsend, only child of John Jervis 



born 29 August, bapt. at St. Chad's, Shrews- 
bury, 12 October 1848; educated at Shrewsbury 
School ; sworn a burgess of Shrewsbury 9 October 
1869 ; J. P. and Alderman for Shrewsbury, Mayor 
1894. 



George of Guard Street, Workington, co. 
Cumberland ; born 29 May 1851; marr. at 
St. John's, Workington, on Tuesday, n 
May 1880. 



William Gowen Cross of= 
Shrewsbury; born 17 
May, bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 6 July 1881, 
educated at Shrewsbury 
School ; sworn a burgess of 
Shrewsbury 7 July 1903. 



=Edith Lilian, dau. of 
Bernard Bowen of 
9 Holywell Terrace, 
Shrewsbury ; born 4 
January 1889 ; marr. at 
Holy Cross, Shrewsbury, 
12 September 1912. 

191 



Arthur George=j=Bessie 
Cope of Wol- 
verhampton, co. 
Stafford (son of 
Charles Cope, 
J. P.) ; born 22 
February 1881. 



Vera, born on 
Tuesday, 1 7 October, 
bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 15 Novem- 
ber 1882; marr. there 
2i April 1908. 



Hannah, born 21 April, bapt. at Pontesbury, 
co. Salop, 23 April 1821 ; died 15 November 
1822, bur. at Hanwood, co Salop. M.I. 



Martha, born 26 May, bapt. at Pontesbury 
20 June 1822 ; died 29 April 1842, bur. at 
Hanwood. M.I. 



Lavinia Helen, dau.= 
of Captain Charles 
Henry Morris, R.N. ; 
marr. at Holy Cross, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 
6 September 1882 ; 
died, aged 24, 14 July 
1885, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, 
Shrewsbury. M. I. 
1st wife. 



I 
=John George Cross of Shrewsbury,=Emily,dau.of 
F.R.C.V.S. ; born 30 April, bapt. at Henry Wise ; 
St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 7 June 1850; married at 
educated at Shrewsbury School ; sworn St. Mary's, 
a burgess of Shrewsbury 24 July 187 1 ; Shrewsbury, 5 
died, aged 43, at Sefton House, Princes August 1886. 
Street, Shrewsbury, 2 July 1893, bur. 2nd wife, 
in the General Cemetery, Shrewsbury. 
M.I. Will dated 5 August 1886, 
proved at Shrewsbury 12 October 
1893, by Emily Cross, relict. 



Mary Rebecca, 
of The Poplars, 
Minsterley, co. 
Salop ; born 6 
November, bapt. 
at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 8 
December 1852. 



Alfred Henry Roper= 
(only son of Alfred 
Roper) ; born at 75 
Wells Street, Lon- 
don, 19 May, bapt. 
at All Souls', Mary- 
lebone, London, 
13 June 1852; 
educated at King's 
College, London ; 
died at Carlton 
Villa, Acton, co. 
Middlesex, 28 May, 
buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, 
London, 2 June 
1896. 



=Emma, of 36 Man- 
sell Road, Acton 
Vale ; born 8 June, 
bapt. at Minsterley 
12 July 1855 ; marr. 
there on Thursday, 
31 August 1882. 



Frederic James Cross= 
(twin with Arthur 
Richard), born 31 
January, bapt. at St. 
Chad's, Shrewsbury, 
16 February 1864; 
educated at Shrews- 
bury School. 



=Ada, dau. of Samuel Cross 
of 70 Lothian Road, North 
Brixton, co. Surrey; born 
n October 1866; marr. at 
St. Giles', Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, 21 January 1889. 



Frederic William Cross, born 
3 November 1889 ; bapt. at 
Gunnersbury, co. Middlesex; 
educated at Ellesmere 
College, co. Salop. 



Margaret Elizabeth, 
born 21 April 
1 89 1, bapt. at 
Minsterley. 



Phyllis Mary, 
born 3 1 Decem- 
ber 1898, bapt. 
at Chiswick, co. 
Middlesex. 



I 
Arthur Richard Cross of Enfield Highway, co.= 
Middlesex (twin with Frederic James) ; born 31 
January, bapt. at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 16 
February 1864; educated at Shrewsbury School; 
sworn a burgess of Shrewsbury 12 June 1886. 



=Emily Mabel, dau. of John Reid of Brighton, 
co. Sussex; born there 19 June 1876; 
marr. at St. John-the-Baptist's, Great 
Marlborough Street, London, 1 June 1901. 



Arthur Richard Cross, born 22 March 
1902, bapt. at St. James', Enfield 
Highway ; educated at Enfield Grammar 
School. 



Decima Mary, born 
26 November 1903, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Enfield Highway. 



Douglas Gowen Cross, 
born 1 September 1906, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Enfield Highway. 



Thomas Ford Lowe of Shrewsbury (son of Richard= 
Taylor Lowe of Bridgnorth, co. Salop) ; born 5 April 
1882 ; educated at Bridgnorth Grammar School. 



=Helen Mary, born 26 January, bapt. 
at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 7 March 
1886 ; marr. there 3 February 1913. 



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192 



John Cross of Staple Inn, London ; born 1 2- 
January, bapt. at Pontesbury, co Salop, 12 
February 1824; educated at Shrewsbury School ; 
sworn a burgess of Shrewsbury 1 7 October 
1848; Attorney and Solicitor, admitted 1853; 
Treasurer of Staple Inn 1866 ; died, aged 63, 
at Tenby House, Hendon, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 14 November, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 19 Novem- 
ber 1888. Will dated 19 April 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1035, 88) 10 December 1888, by 
Emma Payne Cross, relict. 



=Emma Payne, youngest dau. of William 
Gunn of 1 7 Bernard Street, Russell Square, 
London; born 26 December 1827; marr. 
at St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, 
on Thursday, 11 September 1856; died, 
aged 77, at Malvernbury, Ballard's Lane, 
North Finchley, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 
24 April 1905, bur. in Highgate Cemetery. 
Will dated 18 February 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 649, 1905) 18 May 1905, by William 
James Cross, son, and Charles Paice. 



John Henry Cross, born 17 
July 1857 ; died, aged 4 years 
and 5 months, at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Camden Road, London, 
on' Monday, 13 January 1862, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery. 



Martha Alice, born 10 October 
1859 ; died, aged 2 years and 
3 months, at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Camden Road, on 
Monday, 30 December 1861. 



William James Cross of Bench-= 
field, Finchley, co. Middlesex, 
and of 5 Clement's Inn, 
London; born at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Camden Road, on 
Sunday, 25 August 1861 ; 
admitted a Solicitor in April 
1885 ; sworn a burgess of 
Shrewsbury 19 October 1891. 



^Florence Lucy Sarah, dau. 
of William Duncan Pegg 
of Oakleigh Park, Whet- 
stone, co. Middlesex ; 
born 3 September 1871 ; 
marr. at All Saints', Oak- 
leigh Park, on Saturday, 
20 September 1890. 




I 
Muriel, born at Benchfield, Finchley, 
on Tuesday, 1 May, bapt. at All Saints', 
Oakleigh Park, 2 June 1894. 



Stanley Richard Cross, 
born at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Camden 
Road, on Friday, 26 
February 1864; died 
there, aged 1 year and 
9 months, on Sunday, 
12 November 1865, 
bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



Edith Eliza, 
of Tan-y-bryn, 
Trewern, Welsh- 
pool, co. Mont- 
gomery ; born 
at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Cam- 
den Road, on 
Sunday, 19 No- 
vember 1865. 



Mabel Emma, 
of Tan-y-bryn, 
Trewern, Welsh- 
pool, co. Mont- 
gomery ; born 
at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Cam- 
den Road, on 
Saturday, 2 1 
March 1868. 



Ethel (twin with 
Harold), born 
at 18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Cam- 
den Road, 26 
July, died there, 
aged 13 days, 
1 August 1870, 
bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery. 



Harold Cross 
(twin with 
Ethel), born at 
18 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Cam- 
den Road, 26 
July, died 31 
July 1870, bur. 
in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



193 



James Cross of Tenby=j=Fanny Foster, born 



House, Hendon, co. 
Middlesex, formerly 
of Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop ; born 14 April, 
bapt. at Pontesbury, 
co. Salop, 17 April 
1825 ; educated at 
Shrewsbury School ; 
sworn a burgess 
of Shrewsbury 1 7 
March 1848 ; died, 
aged 72, at Tenby 
House, Hendon, 4 
January 1898, bur. at 
Hendon. Will dated 
3 January 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
262, 98) 9 March 
1898, by William 
Gowen Cross and 
William James Cross, 
nephews. 



at Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh, in 1827; 
died at Mauldeth, 
Heaton Mersey, 
co. Lancaster, 2 2 
July, bur. in the 
Southern Cemetery, 
Manchester, 2 6 J uly 

i9°5- 



Francis Greensall=Mary Anne, born 17 January, 
Harris (her cousin) bapt. at Pontesbury 20 January 
1827; marr. there 3 March 
1859; died, aged 70, at 1 
Heriot Row, Hendon, 10 
January 1898, buried at 
Hendon. Admon granted at 
the Principal Registry 2 
February 1898, to Francis 
Greensall Harris, husband. 



of Birmingham 
co. Warwick (son 
of Thomas Harris); 
born in 1832 ; 
died at Leaming- 
ton, co. Warwick, 
in 19 10. 



Eliza, born and 
baptised at Pon- 
tesbury 5 August 
1828; died 1 
April 1844, bur. 
at Hanwood, co. 
Salop. M.I, 



Thomas Lester Cross of=j=Elizabeth, dau. of 




Birmingham, formerly of 
Shrewsbury; born 29 April, 
bapt. at Pontesbury 30 May 
1841 ; educated at Shrews- 
bury School ; sworn a 
burgess of Shrewsbury 24 
July 1863; died, aged 71, 
at Birmingham, 27 August 
1912, bur. in Uplands 
Cemetery, Smethwick,near 



Birmingham. 



William Jones of 
Birmingham ; marr. 
at St. Philip's, Bir- 
mingham, 1 8 De- 
cember 1861 ; died, 
aged 35, at Shrews- 
bury 14 January 
1878, bur. in the 
General Cemetery, 
Shrewsbury. M.I. 



James Foster Cross of 
CarringtonHouse,Whaley 
Bridge, Stockport, co. 
Chester ; born 7 October 
1854 ; sworn a burgess of 
Shrewsbury 15 October 
1877 ; died unmarried in 
New Zealand, 24 January 
1886. 



Ernest Cross of Carrington House,= 
Whaley Bridge ; born 28 June 
1856 ; sworn a burgess of Shrews- 
bury 15 October 1877; died at 
Charlton-cum-Hardy, co. Lan- 
caster, 14 July, bur. at Romiley, 
co. Chester, 19 July 1879. Admon 
granted at York n August 1879, to 
James Cross, father. 



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=Lucy, dau. of John Jowett of 
Bredbury, co. Chester ; born at 
Brimington, co. Derby, 6 April 
1857 ; marr. at Bugsworth, co. 
Derby, 7 August 1878. She 
married 2ndly at Holy Trinity, 
Shrewsbury, 6 July 1897, Wil- 
liam Molyneux Williams of 
West Hermitage, Shrewsbury. 



Ernest Llewellyn Cross of Knighton, co. Radnor ;==Lucretia Elizabeth, dau. of Robert John Irwin 



born at Chinley, co. Derby, 7 August 1879, 
bapt. at Bugsworth 21 September 1879; sworn 
a burgess of Shrewsbury 7 July 1903; educated 
at Shrewsbury School. 



of Lexden Gardens, Belle Vue, Shrewsbury ; 
marr. at Meole Brace, co. Salop, 5 February 
1908. 



Ernest Locksley Cross, born 11 
August 1909, bapt. at Knighton. 




194 







tickling of ^arsfjam, 
to. Suffolk. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Per pale gules and 
azure, three bucks trippant or, Suckling ; 
2nd and 3rd, Argent a chevron paly of 
ten alternately of the first charged with an 
ermine spot and gules cotised and between 
three boars' heads erased of the last, Fox. 

Crests. — 1, A buck courant or, holding 
in the mouth a branch of honey-suckles 
(or suckling) proper, Suckling ; 2, The 
battlements of a tower proper charged with 
four ermine spots thereon a boar's head as 
in the arms, Fox. 

Motto. — Mora trahit periculum. 



Rev. Alfred Inigo Suckling of Woodton= 
and Barsham, co. Suffolk, LL.B. (only 
son of Lieut.- Colonel Alexander Fox of 
Norwich, by Anna Maria his wife, eldest 
dau. of Robert Suckling of Woodton) ; 
born at Norwich 31 January, bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Norwich, 18 July 1796; of 
Pembroke College, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1824; Curate of Mettingham, co. 
Suffolk ; Rector of Barsham 10 July 
1839 till death; J.P. for co. Norfolk; 
assumed the surname and arms of 
Suckling, by Royal Licence dated 28 
December 1820, on succeeding to the 
estates of his uncle, Maurice William 
Suckling, Lieutenant Royal Navy ; 
Author of " Memorials of the Antiqui- 
ties, Architecture, Family History and 
Heraldry of the County of Essex," 1845, 
and " History and Antiquities of Suffolk," 
1846-48 (two volumes not completed); 
died at St. Helier, Jersey, 3 May, bur. 
in the churchyard of St. Saviour's, St. 
Helier, 10 May 1856. Adfrion (with 
will dated 30 October 1839) was granted 
(P.C.C. 647, 57) 5 August 1857, to Lucy 
Clementina Suckling, relict. 



=Lucy Clementina, 
eldest dau. of 
Samuel Clarke of 
Bergh Apton, co. 
Norfolk, by Lucy 
his wife, dau. of 
Joseph Fox of 
Stradbroke, co. 
Suffolk ; born at 
Bergh Apton ; 
marr. there 3 1 
January 181 6; died 
at Shipmeadow, co. 
Suffolk, 16 Novem- 
ber 1876, bur. 
at Barsham. Will 
dated 10 August 
1857, with codicil 
dated 30 December 
1875, proved at 
Ipswich 16 De- 
cember 1876, by 
the Rev. Maurice 
Shelton Suckling, 



Rev. William Woodward 
(son of William Wood- 
ward of Wingmore, co. 
Gloucester, by Deborah 
Dudfield his wife) ; born 
at Kemerton, co. Glou- 
cester, 15 April 1824; 
Curate of St. Stephen's, 
Devonport, of St. 
George's, Truro, co. 
Cornwall, and of Bel- 
broughton, co. Wor- 
cester ; died in New 
Zealand 17 June 1897. 



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=Lucy, born at Rev. Robert Alfred Suckling,= 
Bungay, co. Suf- born at Bungay 18 July 18 18; 
folk, 28 Decern- educated at Dedham Grammar 
beri8i6; marr. School; entered the Royal Navy 
at Barsham (by in 1831, Lieutenant 1837, retired 
her brother, the in 1840 ; served on the West Coast 
Rev. Maurice of Africa in H. M.S. "Canopus" ; 
Shelton Suck- admitted fellow - commoner of 
ling), on Thurs- Caius College, Cambridge, 5 
day, 20 March January 1840, B.A. 1844, M.A. 
1845; died at 1847; Curate of Kemerton 1843 
Fridaybridge, -46, Perpetual Curate of Bussage, 
co. Cambridge, both co. Gloucester, 1846 till 
27 May 1891, death; died at Bussage Parsonage, 
bur. there. aged 33, 4 November 1851, bur. 

at Bussage. Will dated 2 March 
1847, proved (P.C.C. 159, 52) 
24 February 1852, by Anna Maria 
Suckling, relict. 



=Anna Maria, dau. 
of John Yelloly of 
Cavendish Hall, co. 
Suffolk, M.D., by 
Sarah his wife, only 
dau. of Samuel Tys- 
sen of Narborough 
Hall, co. Norfolk; 
born 4 August 181 5 ; 
marr. at Dawlish, co. 
Devon, on Wednes- 
day, 22 April 1840 ; 
died, aged 64, at 
Poslingford Hall, co. 
Suffolk, on St. John- 
the- Baptist's Day, 
Thursday, 24 June 
1880, and buried at 
Barsham. 



Anna Maria (Sister Mary Augustine), born at Cambridge 10 February 1841, bapt. at St. Benedict's, 
Cambridge; joined the Sisterhood of All Saints', Margaret Street, London, 1878, Mother 
Superior October 1893 to October 1905 ; built All Saints' Convent, Colney, co. Hertford ; 
Sister-in- Charge of All Saints' Orphanage, Lewisham, co. Kent, 1906-14. 



'95 



Rev. Maurice Shelton Suckling, born in 1819;; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 26 April 1838, matriculated 1839, 
B.A. 1842, M.A. 1846; Rector of Shipmeadow, 
co. Suffolk, and Chaplain of Wangford Union 
1850; died at Shipmeadow 24 May 1894; bur. 
there. Admon was granted at Ipswich 6 
February 1895, to Sarah Shelton Stokes, 
daughter, and wife of Francis Griffith Stokes. /|\ 



=Barbara, 2nd dau. of 
Matthew Coates of 
Gainsborough, co. Lin- 
coln ; marr. at St. James' 
Norland, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 
10 September 1850; 
died in 1896. 



Katherine Webb, 
born at Woodton, 
co. Suffolk, 1 3 
September 1821; 
died unmarried in 
London on Sun- 
day, 7 November 
1847, bur. at Bars- 
ham, co. Suffolk. 



Rev. Robert Chilton (son of Thomas Chilton of Everton, : 
co. Lancaster, by Mary Richards his wife, dau. of Colonel 
Moorsom of Airy Hill, Whitby, co. York) ; born at Whitby ; 
educated at Royal Liverpool Institute and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 7 February 1844, aged 18, 
matriculated 1844, Scholar 1847, B - A - (Wrangler) 1848, 
M.A. 1851; Curate of Bussage, co. Gloucester, 1848-53, 
of Westbury, co. Wilts, 1853-56, of Hungerford, co. Berks, 
1856-66, and of Slapton, co. Buckingham, 1866-69 ; Vicar 
of High Wycombe, co. Buckingham, 1869-95, and Rural 
Dean of Wycombe 1882-95; died, aged 72, at St. Helier's, 
Grange Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on Trinity Sunday, 
5 June, bur. at Eastbourne 9 June 1898. Will dated 29 
September 1896, with codicil dated 11 July 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 900, 98) 17 August 1898, by Rosa Matilda 
Chilton, relict, and the Rev. Robert William Chilton, son, and 
Herbert Edward Friend, Surgeon, son-in-law. A 



=Rosa Matilda, born at Woodton 
7 March 1825; marr. at Bars- 
ham (by her brother, the Rev. 
Maurice Shelton Suckling) on 
Monday, 1 December 1851; 
died, aged 77, at Wormingford 
Vicarage, co. Essex, on Monday, 
13 January, bur. at Eastbourne 
18 January 1902. Will dated 
23 June 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 167, 1902) 22 February 
1902, by the Rev. Robert 
William Chilton and Herbert 
Edward Friend. 



Rev. Robert Alfred John Suckling of The Hermitage, Ascot 
Priory, Bracknell, co. Berks ; born at Cambridge 1 2 April, 
bapt. at St. Benedict's, Cambridge, 1 May 1842 ; educated at 
Bradfield and at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, matriculated 13 April 
1861 ; Curate of Rowde, co. Wilts, 1865-68 ; Rector of Barsham 
1868-80; Vicar of St. Peter's, London Docks, 1880-82; Vicar 
of St. Alban-the-Martyr, Holborn, London, 1882 to August 191 6; 
Superior-General of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament 
1 895-1915; Patron of the livings and Lord of the Manors of 
Barsham and Shipmeadow, co. Suffolk ; died at the Hermitage, 
Ascot Priory, on Monday, 24 September, bur. in the St. 
Alban's Burial Ground, Woking, co. Surrey, on Friday, 28 
September 1917, after service at St. Alban's, Holborn. 



fM**JtJL^ 



Mary Sarah (Sister Mary 
Teresa), born at Cam- 
bridge 22 July 1843, bapt. 
at St. Benedict's, Cam- 
bridge ; appointed Sister 
of All Saints', Margaret 
Street, London, on St. 
Thomas' Day, 1875; 
Sister Superior of St. 
John's Hospital, Cowley, 
Oxford, for 25 years; 
died there on Wednesday, 
15 June 1910, bur. in the 
precincts of St. John's 
Hospital. 



196 



Charles Richard= 
Suckling, born 
at Woodton, co. 
Suffolk, 8 April 
1825 ; of the 
Royal Naval 
Reserve ; died 
in 1891. 



=Emma, married at 
St. Paul's, Camden 
Square, London (by 
the Rev. Maurice 
Shelton Suckling), 
on Saturday 27 
October 1866 ; 

drowned at sea off 
Gibraltar, in the 
ship " Elizabeth," 
in March 1874. 
She married istly 
William Howard of 
Lucknow, India. 



Rev. Saint John Wells Thorpe, of=j=Margaret Anne, 
Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. born 21 Feb- 
1840; Vicar of Monewden, co. ruary 1826; mar- 
Essex, 1850-70; Curate of St. Paul's, ried at Barsham, 
BowCommon, co. Middlesex, 1871-74, co. Suffolk, on 
of Woodchurch, co. Kent, 1874-75, Thursday, n 
and of St. Luke's, Victoria Docks, October 1849; 
London, 1875; died, aged 63, at died, aged 63, 
Gloucester House, 108 Leighton 27 October 
Road, Kentish Town, co. Middlesex, 1889 ; bur. in 
on Sunday, 12 May 1878. Will dated Kensal Green 
17 November 1877, proved (Prin. Cemetery, co. 
Reg., 614, 78) 8 July 1878, by Middlesex. 
Thomas Wells Thorpe, brother, and 
the Rev. Henry Edward Suckling. J^ 



^ ?u 6nry ?. dward Sucklin & born at Woodton 7 January 1827; educated^Fanny Earle 

at Dedham Grammar QM-,™1 „„J „.- #-_:.._ /-_!!__- /-. ... . ;." , ... -pi amiy iiiUlC, 



at Dedham Grammar School and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 10 October 1846 ; Curate of Scrivenham, co. Berks 1858-62 
of Reepham, 1862-72, and of Roydon, both co. Norfolk, 1872-91 ; Rector 
of North Wooton, co. Norfolk, 1881 till death; died at North Wootton 
30 April 1907. Will dated 14 March 1901, proved at Norwich 10 Tune 
1907, by Evelyn Maria Elsden Suckling, relict. He married istly Louisa 
and 3rdly Evelyn Maria Elsden Everard. 



dau. of Admiral 
Earle. 2nd wife. 



Francis Earle Suckling 
of South Africa. 



Captain Thomas Suckling, R.N., of Highwood, Romsey, co. Hants, 
and of Henwick Grange, co. Worcester ; born at Kemerton, co. 
Gloucester, 8 August 1844, bapt. there; J.P. for co. Hants 1895 ; 
entered the Royal Navy as Midshipman 4 December 1858, 
Sub -Lieutenant 7 June 1864, Lieutenant 5 September 1867, 
Commander 31 December 1880, Captain (retired) 31 December 
1895 ; Patron of the livings and Lord of the Manors of Barsham 
and Shipmeadow, co. Suffolk. 




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=Florence Horatia Nelson, 
only child of Vice- Admiral 
William Benjamin Suck- 
ling of Highwood, Romsey, 
by Caroline his wife, dau. 
of William Loaden ; marr. 
at Ampfield, co. Hants 
(by the Rev. Robert 
Alfred John Suckling), on 
Wednesday, 6 September 
1876. 



Robert William Shelton Suckling, born 22 June 1877, 
bapt. at Barsham ; died at Highwood, Romsey, on 
Wednesday, 22 August following, bur. at Ampfield. 



197 



Rev. William Joseph Baron (2nd son of the Rev. John Samuel Baron of=j= Fanny Jane, born 



Brill, co. Oxford), born at Brill 23 February 1828, bapt. there; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1846, B.A. (4th-class 
Mathematics) 1850, M.A. 1857 ; Curate of Shirburn, co. Oxford, 1851-53, 
of Hungerford, co. Berks, 1854-66; of St. John's, Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 1871-73, of Kempston, co. Bedford, 1873-75, of Sutton Cheney, 
co. Leicester, 1876-86, of Sproxton, co. Leicester, 1887-88, of Moxley, co. 
Stafford, 1888-89, and of Monks Kirby with Withybrook, co. Worcester, 
1889; died 24 June, bur. at Withybrook 29 June 1895. /^ 



at Sevenoaks, co. 
Kent, 9 August 
1832, bapt. there 
in May 1833; 
marr. at Speen- 
hamland, co. Berks, 
1 June 1858. 



Rev. William Lihou Arthur (son of William Moreau Arthur of St.= 
Helier, Jersey); born at St. Helier 15 July 1833, bapt. there; B.A. of 
Trinity College, Dublin, 1858; Curate of St. Augustine's, Liverpool, 
1858-60, of Thorndon, co. Suffolk, 1860-64, of Little Torrington, 
1865-67, of St. James', Great Devonport, both co. Devon, 1867-70, of 
St. Paul's, Truro, co. Cornwall, 1870-72, of St. John's, Torquay, 1872-76, 
of Tormohun, both co. Devon, 1876-81, of St. John-the-Baptist's, Cardiff, 
co. Glamorgan, 1881-89, an d °f St. Thomas-the- Apostle, Eastville, 
Bristol, 1890-91; Chaplain Barton Regis Union, Bristol, 1890; died at 
3 Nottingham Road, Bishopston, Bristol, 23 September, bur. at Cardiff 
27 September 1897. Will dated 13 May 1876, proved at Bristol 25 
October 1897, by Elizabeth Cranfield Arthur, relict. A 



=Elizabeth Cranfield, 
born 9 April 1834 ; 
marr. at Hunger- 
ford, co. Berks, 13 
August 1857 ; died 
19 March, bur. at 
Cardiff 23 March 
I9I5- 



John Lionel Suckling of Woodton,= 
Quirindi, New South Wales ; born at 
Bussage, co. Gloucester, 27 February 
1848, bapt. there; went to Australia in 
1866 ; died s. p. at Barsham, Turra- 
murra, New South Wales, on Friday, 30 
July 1909, bur. in the Gordon Cemetery. 



»Mary, dau. of J. P. 
Wright of Bickham, 
Blandford, New 
South Wales, J. P.; 
marr. in New South 
Wales in 187 1. 



Constance Hopton, of The 
Close, Barsham, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Cavendish Hall, co. 
Suffolk, 19 July 1849, bapt. 
there ; died at The Close, 
Barsham, 15 May 19 14, bur. 
at Barsham. 



198 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Ermine a bordure or on a canton gules 
an orle of the second in the centre chief 
point a crescent sable. 

Crest. — Three ostrich feathers argent 
interlaced by an orle or the centre feather 
charged with a crescent as in the arms. 

iMotto. — Malo mori quam foedari. 



urtee* of SRebtoortf), to. 
BurJjam. 



Elizabeth, eldest= 
daughter of Isaac 
Cookson of White- 
hill, co. Durham, 
by Margaret his 
wife, daughter of 
James Wilkinson 
of Newcastle- on - 
Tyne, co. North- 
umberland ; marr. 
at Chester- le- 
Street, co. Durham, 
24 October 181 1 ; 
died, aged 63, on 
Saturday, 8 May 
1847, buried at 
Heighington, co. 
Durham, istwife. 



=Robert Surtees of Red- 
worth House and of The 
Grove, Bishop Auckland, 
both co. Durham, and of 
Merryshields, co. North- 
umberland (son of Crozier 
Surtees of Merryshields, 
by Jane his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Robert Surtees of 
Redworth); bom 22 June 
1782; J.P, and D.L. for 
co. Durham, High Sheriff 
1855 ; died, aged 75, at 
Redworth House, on 
Wednesday, 8 April 1857, 
buried at Heighington. 
Will dated 19 March 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 757, 
59) 3 December 1859, 
by William Maude and 
trie Rev. George Pearson 
Wilkinson. 



=Anne Hepburne 
Mercer, marr. by 
licence at Mel- 
combe Regis, co. 
Dorset, 10 July 
1850 ; died, aged 
35, at Jermyn 
Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 5 Septem- 
ber 1858. Admon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 
10 August 1859, 
to John William 
Whitelock. She 
married istly 
Justinian Alston 
of Odell Castle, co. 
Bedford. 2nd wife. 



Robert Lambton Surtees of Redworth ; born at Redworth 
House 20 December 1812 ; educated at Charterhouse 
(entered 1824) and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 3 February 1832, B.A. 1836, M.A. 
1840; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 28 January 
1841 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Durham ; elected a member 
of the Royal Yacht Club (Squadron) 8 June 1861 ; died 
unmarried, aged 50, at Redworth House, on Saturday, 
14 November 1863, bur. at Heighington. Will dated 
8 May 1858, with two codicils dated 13 January 1863 
and 29 April 1863, proved at Durham 16 April 1864, 
by the Rev. George Pearson Wilkinson and Richard 
Bowser,, gent. 



Theodore Theophilus= 
Bryett of Redworth, 
near Totnes, co. 
Devon ; died at 
Totnes 19 May 1887. 
Will dated 7 May 
1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 671, 87), 17 
August 1887, by the 
Rev. James Theodore 
Sheldon Bryett. 



=M argaret Caroline, born 
1 2 March 1 8 1 6 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 30 Sep- 
tember 1862 ; died at 
Haytor, St. Mary- 
church, on Wednesday, 
24 November 1869. 
Admon was granted at 
Exeter 1 3 October 1 882, 
toTheodoreTheophilus 
Bryett, husband. 



j Eliza Snell, only= 
1 surviving child 
and in her issue 
! heir of Charles 
j Snell Chauncy 
j of Dane End, 
1 co. Hertford ; 
marr. at Little 
Munden, co. 
Hertford, 6 De- 
cember 1843 > 
died 1 October 
1854, bur. at 
Little Munden. 
1 st wife. 



=Henry Edward Surtees of Redworth and of The= 
Grove, Bishop Auckland, co. Durham, and of 
Green End and Dane End, co. Hertford ; born 
9 May 1819; educated at Harrow 1831-37; 
joined the 10th Hussars as Cornet 23 February 
1838, Lieutenant 20 September 1839, retired 10 
November 1843; Major Hertfordshire Rifle 
Volunteers 18 January 1867 to January 1871; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Durham, High Sheriff 
1876, J.P. for co. Hertford; M.P. for that 
county 14 March 1864 to 1 1 November 1868; 
died, aged 76, at St. Hillier's, Alverstoke, co. 
Hants, on Wednesday, 31 July 1895, bur. 
at Heighington. Will dated 11 October 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 1294, 95) 20 
November 1895, by Charles Freville Surtees, 
brother, and the Rt. Hon bIe Sir Richard Horner 
Paget, Baronet. 



•Isabel Mary, youngest dau. of 
Francis Adams of Clifton and of 
Cotswold Grange, co. Gloucester, by 
Maria his wife, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. John Frederick Doveton of 
Everdon Hall, co. Northampton, 
Rector of Mells and Burnett, co. 
Somerset; born in 1849; marr. at 
St. Luke's, Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, 14 July 1870 ; died in London 
20 January, bur. in Brookwood Ceme- 
tery, co. Surrey, 24 January 19 16. 
Will dated 12 August 19 10, with 
codicil dated 3 January 19 14, proved 
in the Principal Registry 1 1 April 
1 916, by Robert Lambton Surtees 
and Sir Reginald Hugh Spencer 
Bacon. 2nd wife. 



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Colonel Charles Freville Surtees of^Bertha, dau. of Nathaniel Snell Chauncy of Green 
Mainsforth Hall, co. Durham. | End, co. Hertford. 

/k 
(For issue, see page 202.) 



Edwin Prodgers of Dane End, co. Hertford (eldest son of the Rev.= 
Edwin Prodgers, Rector of Ayott St. Peter's, co. Hertford 
J P by Caroline his wife, dau. and coheir of John Blades of 
Brockwell Hall, co. Surrey); born on Thursday, 15 August 1833, 
bapt. at Brixton, co. Surrey; educated at Eton (admitted 1847) and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 12 June 1851, B.A. 1855, 
M A 1859 ; Patron of Ayott St. Peter's ; J. P. for co. Hertlord. 



=Elizabeth Ellen, born at 
Dane End on Sunday, 8 
September 1844; marr. at 
Little Munden 28 June 
1864; died at Nice, Alpes 
Mariti mes, France, 3 1 May, 
bur. there 3 June 19 14. 



\ 



Rt Hon b,e Sir Richard Horner Paget, Baronet, of Cranmore Hall,= 
co' Somerset (2nd surviving son of John Moore Paget of Cranmore 
Hall T P 1) L., by Elizabeth Jane his wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
John Frederick Doveton of Everdon Hall, co. Northampton, Rector 
of Mells-cum-Leigh and of Burnett, both co. Somerset, J. P. and D.L.) ; 
born at Cranmore Hall 14 March 1832 ; educated at the Royal Military 
College Sandhurst ; entered the Army as Ensign 66th Foot 1 December 
1848, Lieutenant 6 June 1851, Captain 19 January 1855, retired in 
1863 • Lieut. -Colonel 3rd Volunteer Battalion Somersetshire Regiment; 
M P 'for East Somerset 1865-68, for Mid Somerset 1S68-85, and for 
the Wells division of Somerset 1885-95; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Somerset; Chairman of Quarter Sessions and County Council of 
Somerset; created a Baronet 6 March 1886, and sworn of the Privy 
Council 1895 ; died 3 February 1908, bur. at East Cranmore. M.L 



Caroline Isabel, born 
at Dane End, co. 
Hertford, on Sunday, 
9 January 1848, bapt. 
at Little Munden, 
co. Hertford ; marr. 
at Ayott St. Peter's, 
co. Hertford (by her 
brother-in-law, the 
Rev. Edwin Prodgers), 
on Tuesday, 13 
November 1866. 



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Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald Hugh Spencer Bacon, ^B.,^CV.a D^.O ^Cicely IsabeJ, 



vice-Auniua.1 on ncgma.u ""&■■ -1 — > ■ T „ 

of Wolston Manor, Coventry, co. Warwick, and of Fleet House, Dover, co. 
Kent (son of the Rev. Thomas Bacon, by Emma his wife, dau. of George 
Shaw) ; born at the Rectory, Wiggonholt, co. Sussex, 6 September 1863 
bapt at Wiggonholt; educated on board H.M.S. " Britannia Naval 
Cadet 15 January 1872, Sub-Lieutenant 1883, Lieutenant (5 firsts) 1883 
Commander 1895, Captain 1900, Rear-Admiral (retired) 1909, V.ce-Admira 
ion;: Lieutenant H.M.S. " Camperdown " ; awarded a silver medal (Al 
Valore di Marina) by the Italian Government, through the Admiralty, for 
bravery displayed in rescuing the crew of the Italian vessel ''Utopia wrecked 
in Gibraltar Bay 17 March 1891 ; served as Chief of the Intelligence 
Department in the naval expedition under Rear- Admiral Rawson, C.B., to 
punish the King of Benin for the massacre of the political expedition 1897, 
ending in the capture of Benin city 18 February 1897 (mentioned in 
despatches, D.S.O. 25 May 1897, general African medal Benin clasp); 
Naval Assistant to the First Sea Lord of the Admiralty October 1904 I 
Captain of H.M.S. "Dreadnought" 1906-1907 ; Chief of Staff Home Fleet 
1007; accompanied Viscount Wolseley on special mission to announce 
accession of King Edward VII. 1901 ; A.D.C. to King Edward 2 September 
1008 • Director of Naval Ordnance and Torpedoes August 1907 ; Colonel 
Commandant Royal Marines 1915; commanded Heavy Howitzer Brigade 
Royal Marine Artillery, in France (mentioned in despatches); appointed 
to command the Dover Patrols 1915 5 K.C.B. 1916, C.V.O. 1907, ^ • 
I9 i6; Grand Officer Legion of Honour: Croix de Guerre; Author of, 
" Benin, the City of Blood," 1897. A 



born at Dane 
End on Tues- 
day, 20 June 
1871 ; married 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London, 2 June 
1894. 



L i e o- -^"eral John Sprot of Riddell, co. Roxburgh (eldest son of Mark Sprot^Georgina Mary 



of Riddell, J.P. and D.L., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Shewell) ; 
born at Clapham Common, co. Surrey, on Friday, 12 March 1830; entered 
the Army as Ensign 91st (The Argyllshire) Foot 19 September 1848, 
Lieutenant 1849, Captain 1858, Major 1867, Lieut.- Colonel 1870, Colonel 
1875, Major-General 1885, retired with rank of Lieut-General 19 October 
1887, afterwards of the Reserve of Officers ; served as A.A.G. and Q.M G for 
Scotland ; served with the Force under General Woodburn in the affair at 
Aurungabad in 1857 (medal), afterwards served as acting Executive Engineer 
of the Rajpootana Field Force and received the commendation of General 
Roberts commanding, and of the Bombay Government for his "great energy 
and ability" in the construction of barracks for the European troops at 
Neemuch (mentioned in despatches, medal) ; died at Riddell House, Lillies- 
leaf, co. Roxburgh, aged 77, on Monday, 19 March, bur. at Riddell on 
Friday, 22 March 1907. Confirmation granted at Jedburgh 20 June 1907, of 
Charlotte Gertrude Cole, or Sprot, relict, Halliburton Stanley Mortimer 
Stanley Mortimer, Captain 60th Foot (King's Royal Rifle Corps), Colonel 
Vernon Chater, Charles Walter Dunlop, Edward Walter Hearl Sprot, son 
John Alexander Forrest, Writer to the Signet, and John Corse Scott. Sealed 
in London 8 July 1907. He married 2ndly at All Saints', Corston, co 
Somerset, on Saturday, 5 January 1878, Cecilia Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. William Blake Doveton, Vicar of Corston, and 3rdly at St. Patrick's 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 24 November 1886, Charlotte Gertrude! 
dau. of William Turney Cole of Boscastle, co. Cornwall, formerly of the 
Indian Civil Service. 



born at Dane 
End, co. Hert- 
ford, on Satur- 
day, 10 February 
1849, bapt. at 
Little Munden, 
co. Hertford ; 
marr. at Ham- 
sterley, co. 
Durham, on 
Tuesday, 19 
October 1869 ; 
died at 3 Coates 
Place, Edin- 
burgh, aged 27, 
on Thursday, 
16 March 1876, 
bur. at Riddell. 
1st wife. 



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Major Henry Siward Baliol Surtees of Redworth Hall and of 
The Grove, Bishop Auckland, both co. Durham ; born at 45 
Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, London, on Wednesday, 22 January 
1873; educated at Eton; entered 2nd Life Guards as 2nd 
Lieutenant 21 December 1895, Lieutenant 14 July 1897, Captain 
25 June 1900, retired in 1905; Captain Reserve of Officers 1909; 
temporary Major 2nd Life Guards 1915; served in South African 
War 1899-1900 (medal and clasps); J.P. (1899) and D.L. for co. 
Durham. 



I 
Dorothy Joan, born 26 April 
1899, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. 



=Helen Winifred Muriel, 
only surviving child of 
John James Thomson 
of Camphill,co. Renfrew, 
by Charlotte his 1st wife, 
dau. of David Smith ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Ayr, on Thursday, 2 
June 1898. 



Henry Ralph Crosier Surtees, born Isabel Muriel, 

20 September 1901, bapt. at St. born 25 July 

George's, Hanover Square, London ; 1906. 
educated at Eton. 



Robert Lambton Surtees, born at 51 Upper Brook Streets 
London, on Tuesday, 25 March 1879; educated at Eton; 
entered the Army (from Militia) as 2nd Lieutenant 85th Foot 
(The King's Shropshire Light Infantry) 21 April 1900, Lieu- 
tenant (retired) 9 June 1901 ; Lieutenant Reserve of Officers 
26 September 1906 ; rejoined Shropshire Light Infantry as 
temporary Captain, attached to 1st Prince of Wales' Own ; 
served in South African War 1 899-1900 (medal and clasps), 
and in European War 1915 ; J.P. for co. Durham 1907. 



=Anne, younger dau. of Colonel 
Charles Edward Beck of Bridge, 
near Canterbury, co. Kent, 
formerly of the 12th Royal 
Lancers ; marr. at Folkestone, 
co. Kent, 6 November 191 3. 




urtees of jftlatnsfortj) 3|all, 
co. Burjjant 



Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Ermine a bordure or on a canton gules an 
orle of the second in the centre chief point 
a crescent sable. 

Crest. — An ermine statant proper 
charged on the shoulder with a quatre- 
foil sable and ensigned with a scroll 
bearing the motto : A ma vie. 

Motto. — Malo niori quam fcedari. 



Colonel Charles Freville Surtees of= 
Mainsforth Hall, co. Durham ; born 13 
November 1823 ; educated at Harrow 
^36-42 ; joined the 10th Hussars as 
Cornet 28 January 1842, Lieutenant 
7 February 1845, Captain 10 December 
1847; Hon. Colonel, formerly Lieut. - 
Colonel Commandant, 3rd Battalion 
Durham Light Infantry (Militia) 15 
March 1873; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Durham, High Sheriff 1873 ; Lord of 
the Manor of Mainsforth ; M.P. for 
South Durham 1865-68 ; Director of 
the Great Central and South Eastern 
Railway Companies; F.R.G.S. ; died 
at Charing Cross Hotel, London, aged 
83, on Saturday, 22 December, bur. at 
Long Ditton, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
26 December 1906. Will dated 23 
December 1896, with two codicils dated 
11 August 1898 and 4 April 1901, 
proved at Durham 13 February 1907, 
by George W illia m Jennings. 

(See page 200.) 



=Bertha, dau. of 
Nathaniel Snell 
Chauncy of 
Green End, co. 
Hertford ; born 
17 March, bapt. 
at Little Munden, 
co. Hertford, 21 
August 1833 ; 
marr.attheparish 
church, Iver, co. 
Buckingham, on 
Saturday, 25 
August 1855 ; 
died at Chalcott 
House, Long 
Ditton, aged 49, 
5 October 1882, 
bur. at Long 
Ditton. 



Brigadier- General Herbert Conyers Surtees, C. B., M.V.O., D.S.O., of= 
Mainsforth Hall, and of 22 Park Mansions, Knightsbridge, London ; born 
at Surbiton, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 13 January 1858 ; educated at 
Harrow 1871-76, and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; entered 
the Army as Sub-Lieutenant 49th Foot 11 September 1876, transferred to 
Coldstream Guards, Lieutenant 1877, Instructor of Musketry 1882-83, 
Captain 1887, Lieut.-Colonel 1900, on Staff 1905, Colonel by brevet 1904, 
Colonel 1908, retired 1909, hon. rank of Brigadier-General S April 191 7 ; 
employed with Egyptian Army 1884-87 ; served in Soudan Expedition 
1884-85, at the Nile in command of JTurkish Mounted Infantry of 
Egyptian Army and afterwards of a boat convoy (medal with clasp, bronze 
star, 4th-class Medjidie) ; in Soudan 1885-86 with Frontier Field Force, 
at action of Gmiss-; in com-mand-of Third Camel Corps, Egyptian Army 
(4th-class Osmanieh) ; D.A.A.G. Southern District 1897-99 ! served in 
South African War 1899-1900, in command of 1st Battalion Coldstream 
Guards 23 March to 14 December 1900 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with six clasps); 
Military Attache to Embassy at Constantinople and Legation at Athens 
1905-1909; served in European War in command of 52nd Infantry 
Brigade in France-aiidTteknnnr 1915-16* (twiceTrreiTtioned: in despatches); 
Inspector (temporary^Bjugadiei-General) of infantry .(Southern _Di-visf6n) 
in England, 21 April 1916; C.B. 29 June 1906, M.V.O. (4th-class) 24 
April 1906, D.S.O. 29 November 1900 ; F.R.G.S. ; 2nd-class Order 
of Redeemer of Greece, Grand Cross Order of Saviour of Greece; J. P. 
for co. Durham, D.L. 1916 ; Lord of the Manor of Mainsforth ; County 
Commissioner for Boy Scouts, co. Durham; Author of "The Campaign 
in Italy, 1796," and of a "Vocabulary of English and Military Terms." 



=Madeleine Augusta, 
dau. of Edward 
Crabbe of Gran- 
ville Place, London, 
by Louisa Ruth his 
wife, dau. of the 
Rev. J. Maynard ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, Lon- 
don, 27 June 1887 ; 
received the Order 
of the Chefakat, 
2nd-ciass, from the 
Sultan of Turkey, 
in 191 o. 



Christopher Cecil Tower (elder son of Christopher^ 
John Hume Tower of Huntsmore Park, co. 
Buckingham, and of Weald Hall, co. Essex, by 
Cecilia his 2nd wife, only dau. of the Rev. Robert 
Beauchamp Tower) ; born 24 December 1884, 
bapt. privately at 7 Chesham Place, London, 24 
January 1885 ; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, M.A. 1908 ; Lieutenant Essex 
Yeomanry (Territorial Force) 19 September 19 13 ; 
A.D.C. to Major- General 12th Division; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on Tuesday, 15 
April 19 1 3 ; killed in action with the Expeditionary 
Force in France, aged 30, on Saturday, 2 October 
191 5 ; memorial service at the parish church, 
South Weald, co. Essex, on Saturday, 16 October 
191 5. Will dated 6 April 1915, proved in the 
Principal Registry 25 May 191 6, by Dorothy 
Cynthia Tower, relict, Hugh Christopher Tower, 
brother, and Edward Ashburner Manisty. 1st 
husband. 

(See Pedigree of Tower, Vol. 2, page 34, and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page Ixvii.) 



=Dorothy Cynthia, = 
bom at 15 Vic- 
toria Street, West- 
minster, 27 No- 
vember 1 888, 
bapt. at the 
Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Bar- 
racks, London. 



=Hori ble Patrick William 
Maule Ramsay, 2nd 
son of John William, 
13th Earl of Dalhousie, 
K.T. ; born at Brechin 
Castle, co. Forfar, on 
Saturday, 20 Septem- 
ber 1879 ; educated at 
Winchester and at 
University College, 
Oxford ; 2nd Secretary 
Diplomatic Service 20 
July 191 1 ; marr. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Monday, 
15 October 19 1 7. ind 
husband. 



A 



Edward Bell, 2nd= 
Secretary of the 
American Embassy 
in London. 



=Bertha Etelka, born at Camberley, co. Surrey, 15 October 1891, bapt. 
at York Town, co. Surrey; marr. at St. Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate, 
London, in February 1914. 



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203 



Holmes of <£ato&2> Hall, to. Jiotfolfe, ant) 
of #re*0tngfieto, to. Js>uffolii, 



Arms. — Barry of six or and azure on a canton gules 

a chaplet argent. 
Crest. — A holly-tree vert fructed gules. 



Rev. John Holmes of Gawdy= 
Hall, co. Norfolk (son of the Rev. 
Gervas Holmes, Vicar of Little 
Melton,co. Norfolk) ; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1796, 
M.A. 1799; Rector of All Saints' 
and St. Nicholas', Southelmham, 
co. Suffolk, 1820; died, aged 57, 
at Gawdy Hall, 29 April 1831, 
bur. at Redenhall, co. Norfolk. 
Will dated 7 June 1828, proved 
(P.C.C. 397 Tebbs) 14 July 1831, 
by the Rev. Gervas Holmes, 
brother, and Thomas Perkins, 
cousin. 



=Anne, 3rd dau. of the Rev. William 
Whitear, Rector of Ore, co. Sussex, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Cossam ; marr. at Stanton, co. 
Suffolk, on Tuesday, 21 April 181 2 ; 
died, aged 93, at Gawdy Hall, on 
Saturday, 20 October 1877, bur. 
at Redenhall. Will dated 4 July 
1874, with two codicils dated 3 
July 1876, and 26 August 1876, 
proved at Norwich 18 January 
1878, by Charlotte Hopper of 
Starston, co. Norfolk, widow, the 
daughter. 



William Sancroft Holmes of Gawdy 
Hall; born at Gawdy Hall 22 
October 18 15, bapt. at Redenhall ; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 
1828, and at Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1842 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk ; died 
at Berne, Switzerland, 1 1 September 
1849. Will dated 22 June 1849, 
proved (P.C.C. 851, 49) 24 Novem- 
ber 1849, by Hester Elizabeth 
Holmes, relict, and the Rev. Edward 
Adolphus Holmes. 



=Hester Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Davies Other 
Gilbert (formerly Giddy) of Eastbourne, co. issue. 
Sussex, and of Tredrea, co. Cornwall, M.P., 
President of the Royal Society, by Mary Anne 
his wife, only dau. and heir of Thomas Gilbert of 
Eastbourne ; born at Eastbourne 26 December 1818 ; 
marr. there on Thursday, 13 February 1840 ; died, 
aged 66, at 94 Upper St. Giles' Street, Norwich, on 
Thursday, 25 June 1885, bur. at Eastbourne. Will dated 
8 June 1878, with codicil dated 3 May 1879, proved 
at Norwich 31 August 1885, by John Sancroft Holmes, 
son, and Francis Gilbert Enys, nephew. 



Walter Hamilton Pemberton of Denton House, co.= 
Norfolk (2nd surviving son of Christopher Robert 
Pemberton, M.D., of Trumpington, co. Cambridge, 
by Eleanor his wife, dau. of James Hamilton of 
Strabane, co. Tyrone, J. P. for co. Norfolk, and formerly 
of the East India Co.'s Home Civil Service) ; died, 
aged 87, at Denton House, on Wednesday, 21 
February 1894. Will dated 5 January 1893, 
with two codicils dated 5 January 1893 and 
27 March 1893, proved at Norwich n April 1894 
by Edward Lee Warner and the Rev. Arthur 
Hamilton Pemberton, nephews. He married istly 
at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, 1 1 May 
1837, Anne Maria, eldest dau. of the Rev. James 
Lee Warner of High Grove, Walsingham, co. 
Norfolk. 



=Mary Anne, born at 
Florence, Italy, 15 De- 
cember 1840 ; marr. 
at Redenhall (by her 
brother-in-law, the Ven ble 
Archdeacon Perowne) 
on Saturday, 12 June 
1886; died at Denton 
House on Wednesday, 

.28 February 191 2, bur. 

"at Denton. Will dated 
13 December 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 671, 
12) 12 April 1912, by 
John Sancroft Holmes, 
brother. 



Catherine San- 
croft, born at 
Gawdy Hall on 
Saturday, 16 
April 1842 ; 
died, aged 20, 
at Eastbourne, 
on Thursday, 
18 December 
1862, bur. at 
Eastbourne. 



204 






Ven b,e Thomas Thomason Perowne, B.D., Archdeacon of Norwich (son= 
of the Rev. John Perowne, Rector of St. John's, Maddermarket, Norwich) ; 
born at Burdwan, Bengal ; of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 1843, B.A. (19th Wrangler, Tyrwhitt Hebrew 
Scholar, Norrisian Prizeman) 1847, M.A. 1850, B.D. 1858, Fellow 
1853-67 ; Hebrew and Divinity Lecturer of his College, Theological 
and Select Preacher at Cambridge ; Curate of St. Michael's, 
Cambridge, 1848-53, of St. Sepulchre's, Cambridge, 1862-67 > Rector 
of Stalbridge, co. Dorset, 1867-74 ; Examining Chaplain to Bishop 
of Norwich 1862-19 10; Domestic Chaplain 19 10; Archdeacon 
1878-1910; Commissary to Bishop of Rupertsland 1869; Rector 
of Redenhall with Harleston and Wortwell, co. Norfolk, 1874 ; Author 
of "The Essential Coherence of the Old and New Testaments," 
and other works ; died, aged 89, at Redenhall, on Tuesday, 6 May, 
bur. there on Saturday, 10 May 191 3. Will dated 12 September 
191 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 1165, 13) 5 July 1913, by the Rev. 
Thomas John Perowne, son, and Mary Jane Eliza Perowne, spinster, 
daughter. He married istly at St. Thomas' Episcopal Chapel, 
Edinburgh, 1 August 1867, Mary Gillespie, dau. of Andrew Wood, 
M.D., of Edinburgh. 



■Hester Sancroft, born 
at Enys, co. Cornwall, 
on Saturday, 30 De- 
cember 1843; marr. 
at Redenhall (by the 
Rt. Rev. the Hon ble 
JohnThomas Pelham, 
Bishopof Norwich) on 
Tuesday, 5 September 
1876 ; died, aged 47, 
at the Rectory, Reden- 
hall, on Friday, 17 
April 1 89 1, bur. at 
Redenhall. Admon 
(with will dated 5 
September 1876) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 
882,91) 7Augusti89i 
to the Rev. Thomas 
Thomason Perowne. 



Lieut.-Colonel John Sancroft Holmes of Gawdy Hall, co.= 
Norfolk, and of Fressingfield, co. Suffolk ; born at Gawdy 
Hall on Thursday, 4 November 1847, bapt. at Redenhall ; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 1862, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 1866, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1874; Lieut.- 
Colonel Prince of Wales' Own Norfolk Artillery (Eastern 
Division R.A.) 1894 ; J. P. and Chairman (1912) of the County 
Council of co. Norfolk; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk; 
Lord of the Manors of Redenhall, Hawkers, and Holbrook, 
co. Norfolk, and of Fressingfield Hall and Walsham Hall, co. 
Suffolk. 



=Edith, youngest dau. of Henry 
Robert Kingscote, by Harriet 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of 
Christopher Thomas Tower of 
Weald Hall, co. Essex, M.P. 
{see Pedigree of Tower, Vol. 2, 
page jj) ; born in London ; 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Thursday, 
1 February 1877. 



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Emma, dau. of John=j=George Leonard Tumey of Newington,== 



Bennett Bolvvell, Sur- 
geon ; marr. at Ton- 
bridge Independent 
Chapel, St. Pancras, 
London, 13 May 1842; 
died, aged 31, 24 Sep- 
tember 1850, bur. in 
Nunhead Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. M.I. 1st wife. 



afterwards of Camberwell, both co. 
Surrey (son of James Tumey) ; born in 
London; J. P. for the counties of London 
and Surrey ; died at 7 Champion Park, 
Denmark Hill, co. Surrey, aged 80, on 
Friday, 26 July, bur. in Nunhead Ceme- 
tery 3 August 1895. M.I. Will dated 31 
May 1895, with codicil dated 21 July 
1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 1197, 95) 
7 October 1895, by Horace George 
Tumey, M.D., Henry James Turney, 
Albert Thomas Turney and Louisa 
Jewson, spinster. 



Anna, dau. of James Neeve 
of the Red House, Alde- 
burgh, co. Suffolk ; marr. at 
Aldeburgh on Thursday, 22 
January 1852 ; died at The 
Grove, Camberwell, aged 67, 
on Tuesday, 18 March, bur. 
in Nunhead Cemetery 22 
March 1884. M.I. She 
married istly, 28 April 1841, 
James Tillott of Eye, co. 
Suffolk. 2nd wife. 



George Leonard Turney, 
died, aged 22, 29 Sep- 
tember, bur. in Nunhead 
Cemetery 5 October 
1865. M.I. 



Edmund Turney, died, 
aged 20 months, 
14 March 1850, bur. 
in Nunhead Cemetery. 
M.I. 



Frank Turney, died, 
aged 10 months, 8 
April 1851, bur. in 
Nunhead Cemetery. 
M.I. 



Charles Fearnley=j=Jessie Anna, born James Neeve Turney, born in London=pSophia Elizabeth, 



Arnold (son of 
Charles and Anne 
Arnold); born 25 
June 1847 ; died 
29 June, buried 
in Nunhead 
Cemetery 3 July 
1912. 



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in London 7 Feb- 
ruary 1853; marr. 
at the Baptist 
Church, Brock- 
ley, co. Kent, 28 
December 1875 ; 
died 1 7 February, 
buried in Nun- 
head Cemetery 
2 1 February 1902. 



14 February 1856; died at Logie 
House, Beckenham, co. Kent, aged 
42, on Saturday, 16 October, bur. in 
Nunhead Cemetery on Wednesday, 
20 October 1897. Will dated 28 
September 1888, with two codicils 
dated 24 June 1895 and 29 July 
1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 494, 98) 
16 April 1898, by Horace George 
Turney, M. D., Albert Thomas 
Turney, Henry James Turney and 
Sophia Elizabeth Tumey, relict. 



dau. of William 
Hudson of Hope 
Lodge, Grove 
Lane, Camberwell, 
and of Bennet's 
Hill, London ; 
marr. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, on 
Thursday, 22 Feb- 
ruary r883. 



Leonard William Turney, born at 13 Deronda=f=Emma Christine, dau. of Christine Lars 



Road, Heme Hill, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
February 1884; educated at Lancing College; 
Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Royal Fusiliers 
(City of London Regiment) 20 June 1903, Captain 
31 August 1906; transferred to 6th Battalion 
1 910. 



Leonore Jourgensen, born at 124 Willoughby 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, on Wednesday, 
22 February, bapt. at the Church of the Messiah, 
Brooklyn, 17 April 191 1. 



Jourgensen of 124 Willoughby Avenue, 
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., by Emma 
Cropsey James his wife ; marr. at the Church 
of the Messiah, Brooklyn, New York, 1 1 
November 1908. She marr. istly Henry 
Summerfield Beard of Brooklyn, New York, 
who died 6 January 1905. 






Christine Frederica, bom at Walcotts Hall, 
Great Tey, Kelvedon, co. Essex, on Sunday, 
26 April, bapt. at Great Tey 15 July 1914. 



206 



Horace George Turney, M.D., of 68 Portland Street, London; born at= 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 28 October i860 ; educated at Dulwich College 
and at Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 17 January 1880, a Student 
at St. Thomas' Hospital, B.A. 1884, M.A. and M.B. 1888, M.D. 1897, 
M.Ch. 1890, B.Ch. 1888, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1898, M. 1891, L. 1888, 
F.R.C.S. Eng. 1896, M. 1888; Physician to St. Thomas' Hospital and 
to United Kingdom and General Insurance Company ; Captain 2nd 
London General Hospital Volunteer Medical Staff (now Royal Army 
Medical Corps, Territorial Force) 23 December 1888. 



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=Margaret, dau. of Wil- 
liam Ferguson, Writer 
to the Signet, Edin- 
burgh, by Elizabeth 
Robertson his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Wil- 
liam Crosbie Purton of 
Kirkcudbright ; marr. 
at St. James' Episcopal 
Church, Inverleith 
Row, Edinburgh, on 
Wednesday, 22 April 
1896. 



George Leonard 
Turney, born at 
68 Portland Place, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 19 Octo- 
ber 1897, bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Maryle- 
bone, London. 



Horace Ferguson 
Turney, born at 
68 Portland Place, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 5 Decem- 
ber 1899, bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Maryle- 
bone, London. 



Elizabeth Margaret, born at 68 Mary Dorothea, 

Portland Place, London, on Tues- born at 68 

day, 23 April 1901, bapt. at Portland Place, 

the parish church, Marylebone, London, on 

London ; died at 68 Portland Friday, 1 Au- 

Place, London, on Wednesday, gust 1902, bapt. 

1 January 1902, bur. in Padding- at the parish 

ton Cemetery, Willesden Lane, church, Maryle- 

co. Middlesex. bone, London. 



Ernest Edward Arnold (son of Charles and=Clara Ellen, of 33 Normandy Avenue, High 
Anne Arnold); born in London in 1866; Barnet ; born in London, bapt. at Wallington, 
died at Barnet, co. Hertford, 27 February, co. Surrey; marr. at the Presbyterian Church, 
bur. there 3 March 191 3. Brunswick Square, Camberwell, 21 July 1881. 



George Dyson Aspland (younger son of Robert Aspland of=j=Elsie Kathleen, born at North 



Duckenfield, co. Chester, by Elizabeth Hirst his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Baldwin of Halifax, co. York) ; born 30 September 
1888 ; educated at Brighton College, Heidelberg, and at 
Durham-Gniversity ; Assoc. M. Inst.C.E., Assoc. M. Inst. E.E.; 
Lieutenant West Riding Divisional Royal (Territorial) 
Engineers 3 November 1914. 



Lodge, Mitcham Road, Streat- 
ham, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
5 September 1891 ; marr. at 
the parish church, Marylebone, 
London, on Wednesday, 26 
August 1 9 14. 



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207 



^ptcijes of jflMton, co- gmffolfe. 



Major Thomas Pytches of The Red= 
House, Melton, co. Suffolk (only son 
of Thomas Pytches of Alderton and 
of Melton, both co. Suffolk, by 
Elizabeth Susanna his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Rout of Abbot's Hall, 
Stowmarket, co. Suffolk) ; born at 
Alderton in 1803 ; educated at 
Harrow and at Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted Michaelmas Term 
1819, aged 16, B.A. 1826 ; admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 28 January 1824 ; I 
Captain East Suffolk Militia 1825, 
Major 1827, retired 1854; J. P. and 
D.L. for co. Suffolk ; died 9 January 
1865, buried at Melton. 



=Anne, only dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas 
Carthew, Rector of 
Woodbridge, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. at 
Woodbridge on 
Tuesday, 13 April 
1 84 1 ; died, aged 
78, at Melton, 
4 February 1877, 
buried there. 



John Thomas Pytches of The Little Grange,= 
Woodbridge; born 3 April 1843 ; died at The Little 
Grange, Woodbridge, 21 April 1905, bur. at Melton. 
Will dated 16 October 1884, with two codicils dated 
17 July 1888 and 16 May 1904, proved at Ipswich 
2 June 1905, by Mary Elizabeth Pytches, relict, 
and Thomas Arthur Pytches and George Julian 
Pytches, sons. 



=Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau. of George 
Dickinson of Roos and Easternwick 
Hall, co. York, by Caroline his wife, 
2nd dau. of the Rev. George Rickards, 
Rector of Wortley, co. York ; born at 
Roos 14 December 1853 ; marr. there 
29 January 1879. 



Rev. Thomas Arthur Pytches=plrene Mildred, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
of The Little Grange, Wood- 
bridge ; born at Melton 
14 December 1879, bapt. 
there ; educated at Bishop 
Wilson's Theological School, 
Isle of Man ; Curate of Peel, 
German, Isle of Man, 1909 
-11, of St. Saviour's, Brixton 
Hill, co. Surrey, 1911-13, 
and of St. Helen's, Ipswich, 
co. Suffolk, 1914. 



Charles Edward Welldon, Rector of 
Cotton, co. Suffolk, by Agnes Mildred 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. Frederick 
Gifford Nash ; born at Faringdon, co. 
Berks, 29 July 1893, bapt. there; 
marr. at Cotton (by the Rt. Rev. 
James Edward Cowell Welldon, Dean 
of Manchester, formerly Bishop of 
Calcutta, assisted by the Rev. Frank 
William Welldon) on Thursday, 27 
April 1 916. 



Thomas John Welldon Pytches, born at Ipswich 
on Saturday, 24 February, bapt. at St. Helen's, 
Ipswich, 29 March 19 17. 



.1 
George Julian Pytches, 
born at Melton 21 De- 
cember 1880, bapt. 
there ; educated at 
Oundle and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, 
admitted 1 October 
1900, Scholar 1900, 
B.A. 1912 ; Captain 6th 
(Cyclist) Battalion The 
Suffolk (Territorial) 

Regiment 1 7 October 
19 1 4 ; transferred to 
Machine Gun Corps in 
September 191 6. 



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3nUex. 



INDEX. 



Abingdon, Elizabeth Lavinia, Countess of, 15 ; 
Montagu, Earl of, 15. 

Adams, Ada Gladys, 181 ; Emma Louisa, 66, 68 ; 
Francis, 199; Captain George Curtis, R.N., 66, 
68; Hugh, 152; Isabel Mary, 199; Jane, 82; 
Laura Eliza, 82, 181; Maria, 199; Mary Susan, 
68 ; Percy Walter Lewis, 82, 181 ; William, 
82, 181; Lieut. -Colonel William, 82, 182; see 
Woollcombe-Adams. 

Adamson, Anne Jane, 60 ; Caroline Sarah, 60 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel John George, 60 ; Lawrence 
William, 60. 

Adcock, Ellen Louisa, 6; Hannah, 6; Rev. Joseph, 

6 ; William, 6. 

Addington, Hon ble Ursula Georgiana, 86 ; William 

Wells, Viscount Sidmouth, 86. 
Agnew, Catherine Vans, 50 ; Mary Elizabeth, 50 ; 

Robert Vans, 50. 
Alderson, Sir Edward Hall, 173 ; Edward Pakenham, 

173 ; Mildred Anne, 173. 
Alexander, Aurea Otway, 87 ; James Fane, 87 ; 

Mary Ann, 137 ; Rebecca, 137 ; Samuel 137. 
Alington-Pye, Charlotte Alington, 1 56; Charlotte 

Mary, 156 ; Henry, 156. 
Allcock, Sarah, 144 ; T. Annerly, 144. 
Allfrey, William Shedden, 22. 
Allsopp, Frances, 178 ; Henry, Lord Hindlip, 178 ; 

Samuel, 178. 
Alpass, Eliza, 114; James, 114 ; Susannah, 114. 
Alston, Anne Hepburne, 199 ; Justinian, 199. 
Altman, Sir Alhert Joseph, 71; Margaret Eliza, 71; 

Violet Maud Margaret, 71. 
Ames, Anne Bird, 1 10 ; Harriet Elizabeth, 1 10 ; 

Levi, no. 
Anderson, Doris, 7 ; Lilian Marian, 90 ; Mary Jane, 

7 ; Rev. Michael James, 90 ; Richard, 7. 
Anderson-Pelham, Hon ble Caroline, 156; Charles, 

Baron Yarborough, 156. 
Andrew, Emma Regina, 132 ; Thomas, 132 ; 

William, 132. 
Andrews, Esther Louise, 78 ; William, 78. 
Annesley, Hon ble Francis Charles, 79 ; Hon ble 

Henrietta Charlotte, 79 ; Richard, Earl of, 79, 
Anson, Alice Louisa, 172 ; Major-General the Hon ble 

George, 172; George Frank Wemyss, 12; Lieut. - 

Colonel George Wemyss, 12 ; Katherine Harriette, 

12 ; Maud Eleanor, 12. 
Anstey, Benjamin, 137 ; Elizabeth, 137 ; Mary Ann, 

137- 

Archdale, Cecily, 168; Mary, 168 ; Colonel Mervyn, 

168. 
Armitage, George, 145 ; Lucy Ellen, 145. 
Armstrong, Henrietta Frances, 89 ; Lieut. -Colonel, 89. 
Arnold, Anne, 206, 207 ; Charles, 206, 207 ; Charles 

Fearnley, 206 ; Clara Ellen, 207 ; Ernest Edward, 

207 ; Jessie Anna, 206. 
Arthur, Elizabeth Cranfield, 198 ; Rev. William 

Lihou, 198 ; William Moreau, 198. 
Ashington, Frances Denton, 99 ; Frances Elizabeth, 

99 ; Rev. Henry, 99. 
Aspland, Elizabeth Hirst, 207 ; Elsie Kathleen, 207 ; 

George Dyson, 207 ; Robert, 207. 
Atkins, Henrietta, 41 ; James, 41. 



Atkinson, Caroline, 62; George, 62; Joseph, 134; 

Rachel, 134; Richard, 62; Sarah, 134; Susan 

Mackenzie, 62. 
Awdry, Jane, 184 ; John, 184. 
Aylmer, Christabel Henrietta, 9 ; Edmontina Jane, 9 ; 

Guy, 9 ; Colonel Henry Leycester, 9j 
Ayres, Amy, 147. 

B 

Babington, Mary, 173; Thomas, 173. 

Bacon, Caroline Cecilia, 2 ; Dame Cicely Isabel, 

200; Sir Edmund, Bt., 2; Emma, 200; Rev. 

Francis, 2; Henry, I, 2; Nicholas, 2; Rev. 

Reginald Cazalet, 2 ; Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald 

Hugh Spencer, 200 ; Rev. Thomas, 200. 
Bagge, Jane, 13 ; Thomas, 13. 
Bailey, Ellen, 181 ; Rev. John, 72 ; Sir Joseph, 

Bt., 181 ; Sir Joseph Russell, Bt., Baron Glanusk, 

181 ; Mabel Jane, 181 ; Marian, 72 ; Richard 

Crawshay, 181. 
Bainbridge, Anne, 60 ; Timothy, 60. 
Baker, Edith Caroline, 171 ; Emily Jane, 18S; John, 

188; Lawrence James, 171; Robert, 10; Sarah, 

10. 
Baldwin, Elizabeth Hirst, 207 ; Joseph, 207. 
Balls, Clara, 5S ; Thomas, 58. 
Balman, Edward, 58 ; Elizabeth, 58. 
Barber, James Henry, 97. 
Barchard, Louisa, 133. 
Barkley, Anne, 52 ; Anne Maud, 52 ; Joseph Robert, 

5" 
Barnard, Adam Sedgwick, 156; Adelaide Sophia, 

159, 160; Alice Mary, 161 ; Anne, 154; Anne 

Mary, 1 54 ; Anthony Rosenhagen, 1 56 ; Arthur 

Hort, 155 ; Arthur Seaton Cary, 155 ; Beatrix 

Amy, 154; Caroline Arabella Elizabeth, 156 ; 

Caroline Georgiana, 157; Rev. Charles James, 

156: Charles Mordaunt, 161; Charlotte, 161, 

Charlotte Alington, 156 ; Charlotte Christina, 155 ; 

Charlotte Elizabeth, 154; Charlotte Sarah, 157; 

Christian, 153 ; Christina Jane, 153 ; Dudley 

Thomas, 157 ; Edmund George, 161 ; Edward 

Henry, 159 ; Eliza, 161 ; Elizabeth, 153 ; Everilda 

Dorothea, 159, 160; Everilda Mordaunt, 162; 

Frances Anne, 155; Frances Harriet, 157; 

Frances Mary, 159; George Martin, 162; George 

Patrick, 154 ; George Percy, 157 ; Gilbert 

Richard, 154; Rev. Gilbert William, 154; 

Grace Melosine, 154 ; Guy Christian, 155 ; 

Harriet Christian, 155; Harrington Fortescue, 159; 

Henry Anthony, 157 ; Jane, 153 ; Jessie Beatrice, 

155; John Gilbert, 157, 161; John Maries 

Sedgwick, 156; Leonard William, 157; Louisa 

Anna Maria, 162 ; Louisa Charlotte, 157 ; Louisa 

Craven, 155; Lucy Marion, 159; Margaret Anne, 

155 ; Margaret Ethel Clara, 155 ; Margaret Louisa 

Maria, 159, 160; Maria Bolton, 162; Mary Julia, 

154; Melosine, 153, 160; Melosine Sophia Maria, 

161; Rev. Mordaunt, 159, 160; Rev. Mordaunt 

Roger, 162; Muriel, 156; Nea Everilda, 161; 

Osbert Howard, 161 ; Pelham William, 159 ; Rev. 

Percy Mordaunt, 161 ; Peter Nevin, 156 ; Philip 

Adolphus, 157 ; Robert Cary, 153, 154 ; Rev. 

Robert Cary, 153 ; Robert Cary Henslow, 155 ; 



Robert Hugh, 154; Rose Elizabeth, 155; 

Theodore Robert, 156 ; Thomas 153; Rev. 

Thomas, 153, 1 59, 160 ; Thomas Campbell, 155 ; 

Thomas Henslow, 155 ; Thomas Mordaunt 

Rosenhagen, too; Rev. Mordaunt Rosenhagen, 

161; Ursula Mary, 156; Rev. William, 153; 

William Goodall, 155 ; William Louis, 154 ; 

William Rosenhagen, 153 ; William Smith, 161 ; 

William Thistleton, 157 ; see Cary-Barnard. 
Bamett, Anne Maria, 79 ; Caroline Phcebe, 144 ; 

Elijah, 144; Jane, 146; Mary, 79; Samuel, 79. 
Baron, Fanny Jane, 198 ; Rev. John Samuel, 198 ; 

Rev. William Joseph, 198. 
Barrett, Charles Ernest, 139 ; Jane, 188 ; Rev. 

Joseph, 188 ; Lucy, 188. 
Barwick, George Frederick, 62. 
Bastard, Hon ble Anne Jane, 66 ; Caroline, 66 ; 

Edmund Pollexfen, 66 ; Rev. William Pollexfen, 66. 
Batcheler, Horatio, 148 ; Mary Anne, 148 ; Thomas 

John, 148. 
Bateman, Catherine Julia, 173; Sir Hugh, Bt., 173; 

Dame Temperance, 173. 
Bates, John, 10 ; Lucy, 10. 
de Bathe, General Sir Henry, 168 ; Mary, 168. 
Bayford, Catharine Mary, 25 ; Emily Jane, 25 ; 

Robert Augustus, 25 ; Robert Frederic, 25. 
Baylor, Georgina Anne, 90 ; Harvinia, 90 ; Walter 

G., 90. 
Bayly-Jones, Evelyn Clare, 29 ; Frederick William, 

29 ; Jane Mary, 29. 
Beals, Louisa, 140 
Beard, Emma Christine, 206 ; Henry Summerfield, 

206. 
Beaton, Lilias Mary, 51 ; Louise, 51 ; Reginald 

Charles John, 51 ; Walter Hardy, 51. 
Beck, Anne, 201 j Annie Frederica, 3 ; Colonel 

Charles Edward, 201 ; Evelyn Frances Adams, 68 ; 

Florence Amelia, 68 ; Ralph Coker Adams, 68. 
Bedford, Rev. John, 63 ; Priscilla, 63. 
Bedingfield, Adelaide Mary, 92 ; Fleming Augustus 

O'Brien, 92 ; Mary Louisa, 92 ; Philip, 92. 
Beevor, Charlotte, 148 ; John, 148 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 

148. 
Begbie, Adelaide Isabella, 179; Colonel Alexander, 

179- 
Bell, Arthur Francis, 159, 160 ; Bertha Etelka, 203 j 

Edward, 203 ; Joseph, 49. 
Bellasis, Colonel Daniel Hutchins, 69 ; Flora 

Hutchins, 69. 
Berney, Catharine Mary, 89 ; Charlotte, 148 ; George 

Duckett, 89 ; Mary, 89 ; Mary Russell, 148 ; 

Robert, 148 ; Susanna, 89 : Thomas Trench, 89. 
Berridge, Robert Bristow, 116. 
Bertie, Adelaide, 15; Hon bl,! Charles Claude, 15; 

Elizabeth Lavinia, Countess of Abingdon, 15 ; 

Montagu, Earl of Abingdon, 15- 
Bever, Frances Anne, 20 ; Mary Emma, 20 ; Willy, 20. 
Biddle, John, 137 ; Rebecca, 137. 
Bidlake, Colonel, 20 ; Marion, 20. 
Bigg, Mary, 155. 

Binney, Hudson Atkinson, 143 ; Isabella Smith, 143. 
Birt, Eleanor, 178 ; Mary, 178; Rev. Thomas, 178. 
Bishop, Deborah Annie, 132 ; Katherine Jane, 53. 
Bittleston, Alice Katharine, 171 ; Edith Caroline, 

171 ; Colonel George Hastings, 171 ; Kenneth 

George, 171. 
Blacker, Catherine, 15; Latham, 15. 
Blackett, Archibald Campbell Stewart, 1 10 ; Blanche 

Clara Harriet, no; Catherine Porterfield, no; 

William Fenwick, no; William Steward Burdett, 

no. 
Blackwood, Elizabeth Anne, 37, 38 ; James, 37, 38 ; 

see Price. 
Blades, Caroline, 200 ; John, 200. 
Blair, Sir David Hunter, Bt., 50 ; Mary Elizabeth, 50. 
Blake, Alfred John, 81 ; Catharine, 37, 40 ; Catharine 

Sophia, 40 ; Elizabeth, 37 ; Frances, 40 ; Francis 

John, 39, 40 ; John, 81 ; Judith, 37, 40 ; Mabel, 



81 ; Sarah, 39, 40 ; Susanna Margaret, 39 ; 

Thomas, 37 ; Thomas William, 40 ; William 

Heitland, 40 ; see Jex-Blake. 
Blofeld, Fanny Elizabeth, 14 ; Isabel Clare, 14 ; John 

Calthorpe, 14 ; Thomas Calthorpe, 14. 
Blunt, Ethel Annie Rome, 183 ; Frederick William, 

109 ; Thomas, 183. 
de Bodisco, Baron, 176; Henrietta Belle, Baroness, 

176. 
Boileau, Louisa Mary, 47 ; Maude Anne Louisa, 47 ; 

William Phipps, 47. 
Bolton, Alice Hilda, 12; Rev. Allan Henry Lines, 

no; Anne, 10, II; Anne Elizabeth, n ; Catherine 

Anne, 12 ; Charles, 10, 11 ; Charles John Howard, 

12; Rev. Charles Nelson, 12; Clara Susanna, 

no; Dorothy Lilian, 12; Rev. Edward Dykes, 

10; Elizabeth, 10; Emily Margaret, 12; Ethel 

Frances, II; Frances, II; Harriet, 10; Horatio 

Norman, 11 ; Jane, II; J. C, no; Rev. John 

Medowes, 11 ; Katharine Winifred, 11 ; Lucy, 10; 

Lucy Maria, 12; Margaret Louisa Maria, 160; 

Major, 160; Mary, 10; Mary Anne, 10; Mary 

Henrietta, 12; Maud Eleanor, 12; Muriel Annie, 

12 ; Philip Dykes, io, 11; Samuel, 10 ; Thomas, 

10 ; Rev. William, 10. 
Bolwell, Emma, 206 ; John Bennett, 206. 
Bonaparte, Princess Pauline, 45. 
Bond, Ann, 64 ; John, 64. 
Bonnor, Jane, 124 ; John, 124. 
Bonnor-Maurice, Edward Arthur, 124 ; Judith, 124 ; 

Robert Maurice, 124 ; see Maurice. 
Booty, Amelia, 141. 
Boscawen, Eliza, 161. 
Boswell, Elizabeth, 113 ; William, 113. 
Boughton, Edmund, 94 ; Jane Charlotte, 94. 
Boulderson, Ernily, 89 ; Henry Smith, 89. 
Bourdillon, Edmund Dewar, 162 ; Maria Bolton, 

162 ; Mary, 162 ; Rev. Thomas, 162. 
Boutiny, Emily, 112 ; Colonel Eugene Adolphe, 112. 
Bowden, Eliza, 98 ; George, 98 ; Joyce, 98. 
Bowen, Bernard, 191 ; Edith Lilian, 191. 
Bowles, Dorothy, 151 ; Edward, 151; Rev. 

Edward, 151 ; Frances Middleton, 151. 
Bowling, Corbetta Sophia Frances, 70 ; George, 70. 
Bowly, Devereux, 125 ; Lydia, 125. 
Bowser, Richard, 199. 
Boyd, Francis Elphinstone, 109 ; James Lawrence, 4 ; 

Thompson, 109. 
Bradley, Caroline Gedling, 97, 114; John, 97, 114; 

Mary Ann, 97. 
Bradshaw, Surgeon-General, Sir Alexander Frank, 

59; Lieut. -Colonel Charles Richard, 59; Ellen 

Charlotte, 59 ; Mary Constance, 59. 
le Brasseur, Robert, 102. 
Breeze, Jane, 82 ; Jesse, 82. 
Brent, Timothy, 107. 
Brereton, Emily, 89 ; Henry, 89. 
Brodrick, Hon ble Albinia Frances, 86 ; Charles 

Viscount Midleton, 86. 
Broomhead, Barnard Platts, 97. 
Brown, Christiana, 149 ; Crisp, 149 ; Crisp Berney, 

149 ; Emma Louisa, 71 ; Hannah, 88 ; James, 

71; Very Rev. John Pierce, 42; Maria, 149; 

Rev. Philip Utton, 149 ; Sarah Price, 42 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 88. 
Bruce, Maud Goodenough, 24 ; Roy, 24. 
Bryan, Henrietta Charlotte, 79 : Valentine, 79. 
Bryett, Rev. James Theodore Sheldon, 199 ; 

Margaret Caroline, 199 ; Theodore Theophilus, 199. 
Bunbury, Alicia, 169 ; Anne, 96 ; Benjamin, 96 ; 

Colonel Charles Thomas, 169; Ellen Elizabeth, 

96 ; Colonel Hamilton Welch, 96 ; Lady Harriot 

Emily, 169 ; Henry Mill, 96 ; Hugh Mill, 169 ; 

Mary Diana, 96. 
Burcham, Mary, 92 ; William, 92. 
Burchard, Edmund, 177 ; Elizabeth, 177. 
Burdett, Agnes, in ; Amelia Angela, 107; Amelia 

Eliza, 107; Amy Georgiana, 112; Barbara Maria 



Charlotta, in; Beatrice Maud, 112; Blanche Clara 
Harriet, no; Caroline Jane Julia, 108; Charles 
Sedley, III; Lieut. -Colonel Charles Sedley, 1 10; 
Clara Constance, log; Clara Susanna, 1 10; Con- 
stance Angela Mary, III; Edith Joanna, 112; Emily, 
1 12 ; Fanny Sarah Wilhelmina, III ; Flora Fiances, 
108; Frances, no; Dame Frances Elphinstone, 
109 ; Francis, 107 ; Sir Francis, Bl., 107, 109 ; 
Francis Arthur Sedley, 1 1 1 ; Francis Neynoe, 109 ; 
Georgiana Maie, 108; Gertrude Alice, 112; 
Harriet Elizabeth, 1 10 ; Henry Hugh, III ; Henry 
St. Albans, 112; Dame Mary Dorothy, 107 ; 
Mary Eleanor, 107; Maude Clara Frances, 109 ; 
Robert, in; Robert William Henri, ill: Sarah, 
109; Sarah Holmes, 107; Sophia, 112; William 
Jones, 107, 108. 

Burney, Rev. Charles Fox, 36 ; Charles George, 
36 ; Eleanor Agnes, 36 ; Ethel Wordsworth, 36. 

Burns, Janet Watson, 95 ; John, 95. 

Burrell, Frances, no; Merrik Lindsey Peter, no; 
Rev. Willoughby James Peter, no. 

Burroughes, Adelaide, 15 ; Caroline, 15 ; Charles 
Fitzpatrick, 16; Christabel, 13; Dorothea, 15; 
Hon blt; Edith Galfrida, 14 ; Rev. Edward Robert, 
14 ; Henry Negus, 13 ; Henry Neville, 16 ; 
Henry Thomas, 14 ; Isabel Clare, 14 ; James 
Burkin, 13 ; James Henry Lindon, 16 ; Jane Mary, 
13; Rev. Jeremiah, 13 ; Katie Molineux, 16; 
Marie Claire, 16 ; Michael, 16 ; Pleasance, 13 ; 
Pleasance Christabell, 13; Rachel Georgiana, 14; 
Rev. Robert, 15; Susan Ellen, 14; Thomas Henry, 14. 

Buxton, Alfred Fowell, 42 ; Rachel Jane,- 42 ; 
Thomas Fowell, 42 ; Violet, 42. 

Byron, George Anson, 108 ; Georgiana Maie, 108 ; 
Hon We Mary Elizabeth, 108; Rev. the Hon bte 
William, 10S. 



Cameron, Colin, 56 ; Isabella, 56. 

Camppen, Mary, 132. 

Cardew, Catherine Rotherham, 65 ; Major-General 
Henry, 65 ; Kate Hilda, 65. 

Carlisle, Frederick, Earl of, 34. 

Carpentier, Alice, 156. 

Carrington, Charlotte, 161 ; Sir Codrington Edmund, 
161 ; Very Rev. Henry, 161. 

Carter, Dorothy Mildred, 100 ; Rev. George Charles, 
100 ; Sarah, 5 ; Thomas Gilbert, 100. 

Carthew, Anne, 208 ; Rev. Thomas, 208. 

Cary, Charlotte, 157 ; John, 157. 

Cary-Bamard, Alice Rose, 156; Charles, 156; 
Cyril Darcy Vivian, 158; Dudley Pelham Charles, 
158 ; Dudley Vivian Charles, 157 ; Edith Patricia 
Mary, 157 ; Gerard Charles Victor, 157 ; Henrietta 
Maude Mary, 158; Hubert Vyal Juan, 15S; Leila 
Isabel Rose Hermance, 156 ; Lucille Valerie 
Christine, 158; Margaret Emilie Isabel, 157; 
Marguerite Sybil Charlotte, 157; Melosine 
Vivienne, 158; Muriel Vera Melosine, 156; see 
Barnard. 

Catchpool, Edward, 134; Elizabeth, 135; James, 
134, 135; Mary, 134, 135; Thomas, 134, 135. 

Cazalet, Agnes Lilian, 2 ; Caroline Cecilia, 2 ; Char- 
lotte, 1, 3; Clement Haughton Langston, 3; 
Constance Olympia, 2 ; Edward, 4 (and Addenda, 
page xx. ) ; Elfrida Man', 2 ; Elizabeth Suther- 
land, 4 ; Emmeline Agnes, I ; Evelyn Trevelyan, 
3 ; Fanny, I ; Florence Violet, 3 ; Gertrude Violet, 
3 ; Hilda Beatrice, 3 ; Irene Gwendoline, 3 ; 
Madeline, 2 ; Maud Lucia Heron, 4 ; Noah, I ; 
Olympia, 1 ; Olympia Maria, 1 ; Peter, I ; Peter 
Clement, l ; Peter Victor Ferdinand, 4 ; Sarah, 1 ; 
Sarah Marianne, I ; Thelma, 4 ; Theodora, 2 ; 
Victor Alexander, 4 ; William Clement, I ; 
William Marshall, 4. 

Chalk, Charles Gregory, 62 ; Julia, 62 ; Rev. Richard 
Gregory, 62. 



Chaloner, Mary, 166 ; William, 166. 

Chambers, Frank Harding, 101 ; Rev. Joseph James, 

101 ; Mary Alice, 101. 
Chapman, Abel, 162; Martha Holt, 162; William, 

162. 
Chase, James, 149 ; Maria, 149 ; Sarah, 149. 
Chatterton, Frederick, 81 ; Mabel, 81. 
Chauncy, Bertha, 200, 202 ; Charles Snell, 199 ; 

Eliza Snell, 199 ; Nathaniel Snell, 200, 202. 
Chichester, Charles, 54 ; Jane, 54. 
Child, Jane, 53; S., 53. 
Chilton, Emma, 20 ; George, 20 ; Mary Richards, 

196 ; Rev. Robert, 196 ; Rev. Robert William, 

196 ; Rosa Matilda, 196 ; Thomas, 196. 
Cholmeley, Barbara, 170; Frances, 170. 
Cholmondeley, Alice Margarelte, 27 ; Rev; the 

Hon ble Henry Pitt, 27 ; Hon ble Mary, 27. 
Chorley, John, 5 ; Sarah, 5. 
Christie, Charles Henry Fehler, 182 ; Gertrude 

Brenda, 150 ; James Henry Brooke, 150; Margaret 

Eleanor, 182. 
Christy, Reginald William, 139. 
Clarke, Judith, 37 ; Lucy, 195 ; Lucy Clementina, 

195 : Treadway Sydenham, 162 ; Samuel, 195 ; 

William, 37. 
Clayton, Allen Francis, 136; Emmaretta, 136; 

Hollis, 136; Mary, 136; William Impey, 136. 
Cleeton, Sarah, 48. 
Clementson, Annie Frederica, 3 ; General Charles, 

Doxat, 3 ; Colonel, 2 ; Edward Henry, 3 ; Irene 

Gwendoline, 3 ; Julia, 2. 
le Clerc, Ann Jane, 45 ; Frederic, 45 ; General, 45. 
Clerke, Albinia Mary, 86 ; Dame Beatrice, 86 ; 

Francis William Talbot, 86 ; Sir William Francis, 

Bt., 86. 
Clifford, Edith, 24. 

Clover, George Robert, 83 ; Mary Lucy, 83. 
Coates, Barbara, 196 ; Matthew, 196. 
Cole, Charlotte Gertrude , 201 ; Harriet Kent, 5 ; 

Thomas, 5 ; William Turney, 201. 
Colgate, Jane, 143. 
Comyns, Joanna Maria, 56 ; Rev. John, 56 ; Maria, 

56. 

Connew, Eleanor Seaflower, 6 ; Eva Isabella, 7 ; 
Henry Baidolph, 6, 7 ; Mary Ann Matilda, 6, 7. 

Cook, Robert, 54 ; Sophia, 54. 

Cooke, Elizabeth, 80 ; James, 80. 

Cookson, Elizabeth, 199 ; Isaac, 199 ; Margaret, 
199. 

Cooper, Bransby, 1 54 ; Elizabeth, 190; George, 
190;- Henrietta Sara, 154; Marian, 81 ; Richard, 
81. 

Cope, Arthur George, 191; Bessie Vera, 191. 

Cordeaux, Harry Edward Spiller, 172; Hon Wo 
Maud, 172. 

Corder, Abigail, 138 ; Agatha Constance, 141 ; 
Alexander, 142; Alfred, 135, 140; Alice, 138, 
147 ; Alice Katherine, 141 ; Alice Mary, 143 ; 
Alwyn St. Dunstan, 138; Amy 147; Ann, 135, 
146; Anna, 135; Annie, 139, 141 ; Arnold, 
142 ; Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Annerley, 145 ; Arthur 
Biddell, 139; Arthur George, 136; Barbara, 144; 
Basil, 146; Bernard, 139; Bessie Amelia, 145; 
Bettine Sheila, 144 ; Brian, 145 ; Caroline Phcebe, 
144; Cecil Arthur, 145; Charles, 132, 134; 
Charles William, 136 ; Charlotte, 132 ; Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 132 ; Clara, 147 ; Claude E. Vaughan, 

146 ; Clifford Percy, 142 ; Clive Shewell, 142 ; 
Clive Sinclair, 146 ; Deborah Annie, 132 ; Doris 
Maude, 146 ; Dorothea Charlotte, 133 ; Dorothy, 
142; Edgar Arthur, 146; Edith, 141, 143, 146, 

147 ; Edith Frances, 143 ; Edmund Herbert, 147 ; 
Edward, 139-141 ; Eileen, 142 ; Eleanor, 136 ; 
Eleanor Mary, 139; Elizabeth, 132-135, 137, 138, 
140 ; Elizabeth Anna, 136 ; Elizabeth Kathleen, 
136 ; Elizabeth Mary, 144, 145 ; Ellen, 135 ; Ellen 
Elizabeth, 144; Emily Phcebe, 145; Emma, 132, 
141, 144; Emma Regina, 132: Emmaretta, 136: 



Enid Violet, 145 ; Ernest, 142 ; Ernest Edward, 
136; Flora, 146; Frances Ann, 132; Francis, 
143; Frank Seymour, 147; Frederick, 133, 138, 
139, 144; George, 135; George Alexander, 146; 
Gertrude, 139; Gertrude Maude, 136; Gladys, 
147 ; Grace, 141 ; Helen Lindsay, 142 ; Helen 
Maris Evelyn, 147 ; Henrietta, 133 ; Henry, 138, 
140; Henry Shewell, 137; Herbert, 142; Horace 
Walter 146 ; Hubert Lionel, 146 ; Hugh Gerald 
Annerley, 146 ; Isabel, 146 ; James, 133-135, 144 ; 
James Ransome, 138 ; James Watson, 143 ; Jane, 
138, 139 ; Jane Ransome, 1 39 ; Jessie, 143 ; Joan, 143; 
Johanna Adriana, 142 ; John, 137, 13S, 146, 147 ; 
John Kersey, 136; John Shewell, 139, 140; John 
Talwin, 141 ; Judith Gertrude, 139; Julia Anne, 
146 ; Laura, 140 ; Lilly Gray, 142 ; Loretta, 140 ; 
Louisa, 140 ; Lucinda, 140; Lucy, 141, 142 ; Lucy 
Agnes, 141 ; Lucy Ellen, 145 ; Margaret, 144, 145 ; 
Margaret Jane, 141 ; Margaret Lindsay, 142 ; 
Maria, 138, 139; Marianne, 139; Mary, 132, 133, 
134, 137, 144 ; Mary Ann, 137, 138 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 137, 140 ; Mary Grace, 142 ; Mary 
Margaret, 141; Matilda, 145; Micah, 132, 134, 
137, 144; Michael, 141; Michael Westray, 142; 
Mildred Grace, 143 ; Nancy, 141 ; Octavius, 
141 ; Olive Armitage, 145 ; Olive Kathleen Jane, 
139; Paul Walford, 133; Percy, 142; Philip, 141, 
142; Thcebe, 135; Priscilla, 141; Rachel, 134, 
137, 142; Rebecca, 135; Richard, 135, 136, 139; 
Richard Atkinson, 134; Richard James, 136; 
Robert, 139, 140; Robert Spence, 137; Robert 
Watson, 142 ; Roland Henry, 138 ; Ronald Lyne, 
147; Rosa Frances, 133; Ruth, 137, 139, 143; 
Samuel, 144; Samuel John, 144; Sarah, 140, 144; 
Sarah A., 140; Sheppard Ransome, 139; Sidney, 
147; Stephen, 143; Susanna, 139, 140; Terence 
Spence, 142 ; Thelma, 145 ; Thomas, 137, 140 ; 
Thomas Frederick, 140; Wallace, 147; Walter 
Shewell, 142; William, 133, 137, 144; William 
Clayton, 147 ; William James, 144 ; William Start, 

134- 
Cordery, Henrietta, 41 ; James, 42 ; John, 41. 
Cornwall, Rev. Alan Kingscote, 131 ; Rev. Alan 

Whitmore, 131 ; Alice Louisa, 131; Sophia Ann, 

131- 
Cornwallis, Charles, Earl, 30 ; Lady Charlotte, 30. 
Cossam, Elizabeth, 204 ; John, 204. 
Cossey, Christiana, 149; John, 149. 
Coiterill, Rev. Joseph, 162 ; Mary, 162. 
Couchman, Thomas Barnes, 159, 160. 
Coulson, Elizabeth, 37; Thomas Lane, 167; William, 

37- 

Coupland, Helen, 175 ; John, 175. 

de Courcey, Ellen, 52. 

Cowell, Major-General Sir John Clayton, 119. 

Cowling, Anne, 96 ; Henry, 96. 

Crabbe, Edward, 202 ; Louisa Ruth, 202 ; Madeline 
Augusta, 202. 

Cradock-Hartopp, Gertrude Emily, 116, 175; Jane 
Mary, 173 ; Dame Jane Mary, 1 16 ; Mildred Anne, 
173 ; William Edmund, 173 ; Sir William Edmund, 
Bt., 116, 175. 

Crane, Mary Ann, 48 ; Samuel, 4S. 

Craster, Emmeline Annie Bradby, 88 ; Georgina 
Mabel Josephine, 88 ; Lieut. - Colonel James 
Cecil Balfour, 88 ; Lieut. - Colonel James Thomas, 88. 

Crawley, Rev. Charles, 127 ; Elizabeth, 127 ; Eva, 
58 ; Stephen, 58. 

Creagh, Arthur Gethin, 76 ; Colonel Arthur Henry 
Dopping, 182 ; Ellen, 52 ; Francis, 52 ; John Bag- 
well, 76: Mary, 76, 158; Matilda Emily Victoria, 
76; Stephen William, 158; Violet Florence, 52; 
Winifred, 182. 

Cripps, Hon ble Alfred Henry Seddon, 128; Alfred 
Standish, 127 ; Alice Louisa, 131 ; Arthur 
Devereux, 131 ; Blanche, 126; Blanche Julia, 126; 
Sir Charles Alfred, Baron Parmoor, 128 ; Charles 
Thomas Joyce, 130 ; Charlotte Emma, 127 ; Dick 



Surtees, 130; Dorothea, 130; Dorothy Joan, 129; 
Edith Eleanor, 130 ; Edith Julia Henrietta, 125 ; 
Edward, 12S ; Edward Charles, 128 ; Edward 
Stewart, 130 ; Eleanor, 126 ; Elizabeth, 124 ; 
Ellen Judith, 130; Emily Frances Stoughton, 128: 
Fanny Maria, 129 ; Frances Augusta, 128 ; 
Frances Emily, 130 ; Francis Henry, 129 ; Frank 
Eustace, 129 ; Frederick Edward, 129 ; Hon ble 
Frederick Hey worth, 130 ; Frederick Hugh, 1 24 ; 
Georgina Amelia, 131 ; Giulia Orfeo, 126 ; Harry 
Rivers, 124; Helen Agatha, 125; Rev. Henry, 
124 ; Henry Harrison, 127 ; Henry Lawrence, 
124; Henry William, 125 ; Isabella, 130.5 
Hon b,t ' Isobel, 131 ; Isobel Diana, 131 ; 
John Harding, 129; John Milo, 125'; John 
Stafford, 131; Joseph, 124; Judith, 124; Judith 
Emily, 127 ; Julia, 125 ; Julia Marina, 125 ; 
Katharine Alice, 125 ; Hon b ' e Leonard Harrison, 
130; Louisa Elizabeth, 129; Lydia Dorothy, 125 ; 
Margaret Mary, 125; Marjory Elinor, 129; 
Mary Janet, 131 ; Mary Josephine, 131 ; Mary 
Pennington, 124 ; Hon ble Miriam Barbara, 130 ; 
Matthew Anthony Leonard, 130 ; Phyllis Ann, 
129 ; Richard Harrison, 127 ; Hon ble Richard 
Stafford, 131 ; Rosa Beatrice, 127 ; Rosa Margaret, 
129 ; Hon blc Rulh Julia, 129 ; Sarah Maria, 127 ; 
Theresa, 128 ; William Arthur Lawrence, 124 ; 
William Harrison, 126 ; William Lawrence, 126. 

Crosby, Georgina Marion, 32 ; James, 32. 

Cross, Ada, 192 ; Arthur Richard, 192 ; Bessie 
Vera, 191 ; Betsy Townsend, 191 ; Decima Mary, 
192 ; Douglas Gowen, 192 ; Edith Eliza, 193 ; 
Edith Lilian, 191 ; Eliza, 194 ; Eliza Ann, 191 ; 
Elizabeth, 194 ; Emily, 192 ; Emily Mabel, 192 ; 
Emma, 192; Emma Payne, 193 ; Ernest, 194; 
Ernest Llewellyn, 194 ; Ernest Lockslay, 194 ; 
Ethel, 193 ; Fanny, 194 j Florence Lucy Sarah, 
193 ; Frederic James, 192 ; Frederic William, 192 ; 
Hannah, 191, 192; Harold, 193; Helen Mary, 
192; James, 191, 194; James Foster, 194; John, 
'9'> : 93 I John George, 192; John Henry, 193; 
Lavinia Helen, 192 ; Lucretia Elizabeth, 194 ; 
Lucy, 194 ; Mabel Emma, 193 ; Margaret 
Elizabeth, 192 ; Martha, 192 ; Martha Alice, 193 ; 
Mary, 191 ; Mary Anne, 194 ; Mary Rebecca, 
192; Muriel, 193 ; Phyllis Mary, 192; Stanley 
Richard, 193 ; Thomas Lester, 194 ; William, 
191 ; William Gowen, 191; William James, 193. 

Crossman, Dorothy Danvers, 27 ; Henry Danvers 
Godfrey, 27 ; Mabel Eliza, 27. 

Cubitt, Catharine, 39, 85 ; Edward George, 39 ; 
George, 40 ; Maria Emily, 39 j Mary Ann, 40 ; 
Sophia, 85 ; Thomas, 39, 85. 

Cunningham, John, 112 ; Sophia, 112. 

Curtois, Rev. Atwill, 21; Mary, 21; Rev. Peregrine, 
21; Rev. Peregrine Edward, 21. 

Cusack, Henry, 55, 56 ; Mary, 55, 56. 



Dalhousie, John William, Earl of, 203. 

Dalton, Edward Ripley, 153; Jane, 153; Richard, 

153 ; Rev. Richard, 153. 
Daniel, Daniell, Frances, no; James, no; Rev. 

John Edge, 10. 
Dann, Gertrude, 139 ; Thomas Tully, 139. 
Danvers, Frederick Charles, 6 ; Lilian, 6 ; Louisa, 6. 
Danvers -Walker, Aubrey Charles Danvers, 6 ; 

Charles William, 6; Cyril Frederick Danvers, 6; 

Lilian, 6 ; see Walker. 
Darlington, Anne, 120 ; John, 120. 
Daubeny, Charles, 127 ; Charles William, 127 ; 

Elizabeth, 127 ; Rev. George William, 127 ; 

Sarah Maria, 127. 
Daveney, Charles Burton, 150; Eliza, 150 ; Elizabeth, 

150. 
Davenport, John Davies, 93, 96. 



:i4 



Davers, Sir Charles, Bt. , 9 ; Frances, 9. 

Davey, George, IOO ; Rachel, IOO. 

Davidson, Duncan, 10S ; Ethel Harriet, 108 ; Flora 
Frances, 10S ; Mary Anne, 108 ; Patrick, 108. 

Davies, Fanny Maria, 129; James, 59; Margaret 
Isabel, 59; Mary Crunn, 129 ; Thomas, 129. 

Davison, Elizabeth, 42 ; John, 42. 

Day, Bernard, 125 ; Frank, 125 ; Lydia Dorothy, 125. 

Deacon, John Francis William, 174. 

Dearsley, Alice May, 18S ; Thomas, 188. 

Denby, Alfred, 92 ; F.llen R., 92. 

Denne, de Denne, Alfred, iSS ; Alfred Kennett, 189 
Alice May, 18S ; Beatrice fohanna, 1S9 ; Beatrice 
May, 188 ; Cecil Hugh, 189 ; Dorothy, 190 
Elizabeth Frances, 187 ; Ellen, 188; Emily Jane 
188 ; Ethel Mary, 1S9 ; Florence Alice Vernon 
187; Frances, 187; Frances Jane, 188; Franci: 
Vincent, 18S; George, 187 ; George Henry Alured 
187 ; LL'Ut. -Colonel George Ramsay Alured, 1S7 
Georgina Anna, 187 ; Henry, 187, 189 ; Hilda de 
Renzy, 189 ; Jane, 1S7 ; John, 187 ; Lucy, iSS ; Lucy 
Hannah, 190; Margaret Anne, 189; Mary, 188 
Norah Emily Timewell, 189 ; Ethel Mary, 189 
Robert Levelis, 189 ; Sidney Robert, 189 ; Susan Eva 
187 ; Thomas, 187 ; Thomas Geoffrey, 190 ; Thomas 
Maxwell, 189; Thomas Vincent, 189; William, 
188; William Robert, 188 ; Winifred Lucy, 189. 

Dennis, Augustine Valentine, 11. 

Deverell, Emily Jane, 25 ; John, 25. 

Devitt, Howson Foulger, 66 ; Thomas Lane, 66 ; 
Winifred Lina, 66. 

Dickinson, Caroline, 20S; Catharine, 21, 23 ; George, 
208 ; Mary Elizabeth, 208 ; Nokes, 21, 23. 

Digby, Charles Wriothesly, 68 ; Evelyn Fiances 
Adams, 68 ; William King, 134. 

Dighton, Rev. James Lister, 181 ; Maria, 181. 

Dimsdale, Finetta Esther, 94, 119; Lucinda, Lady, 
119; Thomas Robert, Baron, 94, 119. 

Dix, Charles Henry, 138 ; Elizabeth, 138. 

Dixon, John, 99, 114; Mary Hannah, 99, 114. 

Dixson, Ellen Elizabeth, 144 ; Henry Lyne, 144 ; 
Rosetta, 144. 

Dobson, Charles, 2; Constance Olympia, 2; Henry 
Ellis, 2 ; Julia, 2. 

Dodd, Haninia, 90; James, 90; Susan, 26; 
William, 26. 

Dodson, Andrew, 79 ; Jane, 79. 

Dollez, Marie Louise, 184. 

Doneraile, St. Leger Aldworth, Viscount, 33. 

Douglas, Ada Gladys, 181 ; Adelaide, 186 ; Archi- 
bald, 179, 184; Lieut. -General Archibald, 177; 
Rev. Arthur Jeffreys, 183 ; Audrey, 182 ; Barbara 
Eleanor, 180 ; Bridget Emily Frances, 180, 184 ; 
Caroline Ada, 179; Rev. Charles Geoffrey, 185; 
Charles Philip, 185; Daphne Margaret, 182; 
David Archibald Gresley, 180 ; Dorothy Mary, 185; 
Edith Christian, 183 ; Edward Herbert, 183 ; 
Edward van Mddert, 184; Eileen Mary, 180; 
Eleanor, 178; Elizabeth, 177, 181, 184; Elizabeth 
Mary, 180; Ellen 181, 182, 184; Emily Maude, 
186 j Ethel Annie Rome, 183 ; Evelyn Janet, 184 ; 
Florence Man', 182 ; Frances, 177, 178; Frances 
Ann, 177, 179; Frances Jane, 178; Frances Joan, 
180 ; Rev. Francis William Greslev, 180, 184 ; 
Rev. Gerald Wybergh, 183; Gladys Mary, 186; 
Harold Archibald, 181; Helen, 186; Helen 
Dorothy, 1S5 ; Helen Margaret, 177 ; Henry, 181 ; 
Rev. Henry, 178, 181; Henry Dighton, 182; 
Henry How, 182 ; Henry Kenneth, 186 ; Herbert 
Archibald, 184; Rev. James, 185; James Sholto, 
186 ; Jane, 183, 185 ; Janet Harriette, 184 ; Janet, 
Maude, 183 ; John Malcolm, 185 ; John Philip, 
185 ; Katharine Elizabeth, 182 ; Kathleen Mary, 
181; Kathleen Nora, 182; Katharine Margaret, 
183 ; Lucy, 184 ; Lucy Jane, I&3 ; Margaret, 178 ; 
Margaret Alice, 182 ; Margaret Elspeth, 181 ; 
Maria, 181; Maria Louise, 1S4 ; Martha Mau- 
leverer, 180; Mary, 180, 184; Mary Alice, 182; 



Mary Ann, 181 ; Mary Ann Sophia, 183 ; Nelly, 
185 ; Nora Jessie, 182 ; Norman Dighton, 182 ; 
Rev. Robert, 177 ; Robert Archibald, 180 ; Robert 
Claude Gresley, 183 ; Rev. Robert Gresley, 183 ; 
Rev. Robert Henry, 184 ; Robert Vaughan, 186 ; 
Thomas, 180, 184; Vera Winifred, 182; William, 
180; Rev. William Willoughby, 178; Winifred, 
182 ; Winifred Mary, 182. 

Douglas-Gresley, Rebecca Maria, 179; Robert 
Archibald, 179. 

Doveton, Cecilia Elizabeth, 201 ; Elizabeth Jane, 200 ; 
Rev. John Frederick, 199, 200 ; Maria, 199 ; Rev. 
William Blake, 201. 

Downing, Edward, 137 ; Mary, 137 ; Mary Elizabeth, 
137 ; Tom, 137. 

Drake, Charles Cutcliffe, 55, 56 ; Dorothy Mervyn, 
55 ; Mary, 56. 

Drake-Cutcliffe, Charles Henry, 56 ; Henrietta Maria, 
56. 

Driffield, Charles Edward, 151 ; Edward Townshend, 
151 ; Ella Downing, 151 ; Rev. George Townshend, 
151 ; Marian Ethel, 151 ; Vero Charles, 151. 

Druce, Alfred William, 23 ; Anna Susan, 23 ; 
Catharine, 21, 23 ; Janet, 21 ; William, 21, 23. 

Drummond, Edward, 159 ; Georgiana Augusta, 159 ; 
John, 159 ; Lucy Marion, 159. 

Du Croz, Frederick Augustus, 5. 

Dudfield, Deborah, 195. 

Duff, Lady Ida Louisa Alice, 174; James, Earl of 
Fife, 174. 

Dugan, Laura, 140. 

Duncan, Eugenie Catherine, 24 ; Henry, 24. 

Dundas. Lady Alice, 172 ; Alice Katharine, 171 ; 
lion 1 ' 1 " Alice Louisa, 168; Cecily, Lady Ronald- 
shay, 168 ; Charles Lawrence, 169 ; Lady Charlotte 
Jane, 167, 170; Hon ble Cospatrick Thomas, 172; 
Edward Thomas, 162 ; Elgiva Margaret, 172 ; 
Elizabeth Mary, 171 ; Evelyn Mary, 169; Everilda 
Mordaunt, 162 ; Frederick James, 171 ; Frederick 
Thomas Lawrence, 172 ; Geoffrey William Sey- 
mour, 172 ; Hon ble George Heneage Lawrence, 
170 ; George James Lawrence, 169; Georgina, 
169; Harriot, Lady, 166; Lady Harriot Emily, 
169 : Lady Harriott Frances, 167 ; Lady Hilda 
Mary, 167 ; Ida Victoria Alice, 172 ; Hon ble Ivy, 
170; Janet Elizabeth, 172; Lady Jean Agatha, 
168; Hon ble John Charles, 168; John Charles, 
171 ; John George Lawrence, 172 ; Lady Laura 
Octavia, 171 ; Lady Lavinia Margaret, 168 ; Sir 
Lawrence, Earl of Zetland, 166 ; Sir Lawrence, 
Marquess of Zetland, 167 ; Hon bl= Lawrence, 
166 ; Lawrence Aldred Mervyn, Lord, 168; 
Lawrence John Lumley, Earl of Konaldshay, 
168 ; Lilian Selina Elizabeth, Marchioness 
of Zetland, 167 ; Louisa Anna Maria, 162 ; 
Margaret, 169, 170; Margaret Beryl, 172; 
Lady Margaret Bruce, 166 ; Hon ble Margaret 
Matilda, 168; Lady Margaret Matilda, 170; 
Lady Mary, 170; Mary Gwendolen, 172; Hon ble 
Mary Maud, 172; Hon ble Maud, 172; Lady 
Maud Frederica Elizabeth, 169 ; Rev. Neville, 
162 ; Robert Bruce, 172 ; Rev. Robert Bruce, 167 ; 
Sophia Jane, Countess of Zetland, 166 ; Sylvia 
Mary, 171 ; Colonel Thomas, 162 ; Thomas, Lord, 
166, 167 ; Sir Thomas, Earl of Zetland, 166 : Lady 
Viola Mary, 161; Hon ble William, 168; Hon™ 
William Fitzwilliam James, 172; Winifred Maud, 1 72. 

Dunell, Amy, 113. 

Dunkley, A., 62 ; Susan Mackenzie, 62. 

Dupre, Catherine Anne, 33 ; James, 33. 

Durant, Frances, 46 ; Rose le Clerc, 46 ; William 
Ryder, 46. 

Dyer, Maria, 6 ; William, 6. 
Dykes, Mary, 10 ; Philip, 10. 

Dymond, Joseph John, 142 ; Mary Grace, 142. 

Dyneley, Constance Angela Mary, no; Lieut. - 
General Henry Ellenborough, no; Lieut. -General 
Thomas, in. 



Eardley-Wilmot, Gerald Stuart, 8 ; Rosa Cornelia, 

8 ; Stuart, 8 ; Vera Constance, 8. 
Earle, Admiral, 197 ; Fanny, 197. 
Earp, Henry Smith, 100 ; Mary, 100. 
Eaton, Georgians Elizabeth, 171; Stephen, 171. 
Ebsworth, Rev. Algernon Frederic, 1 ; Edward 

Henry, I, 4; George Clement, 1; Rev. George 

Searle, I ; Sarah Marianne, 1 ; Thomas, I. 
Ede, Emmeline Annie Bradby, SS ; James, 88. 
Eden, Alice Julia, 64 ; Ann, 62 ; Rev. Arthur, 64 ; 

Rev. Charles Page, 62 : Eleanor Agnes, 64 ; 

Isabella Jane, 62; Rev. Thomas, 62; Thomas 

Bainbridge, 62. 
Edgcome, Lucy, 176 ; Major-General William 

Henry, 176. 
Egerton, Alfred Charles Glyn, 129; Sir Alfred 

Mordaunt, 129; Frances, 118; Mary, 118; 

Hon ble Mary Georgina, 129; Philip, 118; Hon ble 

Ruth Julia, 129. 
Elcock, Annie, 141. 
Elliott, Emily Frances Stoughton, 128 ; Jabez Henry, 

128. 
Ellis, Elizabeth Blake, 72; Sir John Whittaker, Bt., 

72 ; Joseph, 72 ; Dame Marian, 72 ; Dame Mary 

Anne, 72. 
Ellison, Charles Chetwynd, 9S ; Emily Harriet, 98. 
Elton, Eliza Charlotte, 152 ; John, 152. 
Elwes, Hon ble Caroline, 156 ; Caroline Arabella 

Elizabeth, 156 ; Cary, 153; Elizabeth, 153; 

Robert Cary, 156. 
Emerson, Elizabeth, 45 ; Martha Ann, 45 ; Robert, 

45 ; Robert Nelson, 45. 
Eno, Amy, 131 ; James Crossley, 116, 131 ; Laura, 

116. 
Enys, Frances Gilbert, 204. 
Erskine, Alexander, 77 ; Louisa, 77. 
Estcourt, Arthur Harbottle, 1 ; Arthur Sotheron, I. 
Evans, Alhinia Maria, 9; Arthur, 134; Charlotte, 

85 ; Louisa, 85 ; Mary, 85 ; Thomas, 9 ; Thomas 

Browne, 85. 
Evans-Lombe, Aileen Mary, 90 ; Arthur Glen, 90 : 

Charles, 88; Charles Warner, 90; Lieut. -Colonel 

Charles Spencer Brown, 90 : Georgina Anne, 90 ; 

Henry Joseph Buxton, 90 ; James Henry, 90 ; 

John Michael, 90 ; Josephine, 88 ; Lilian Marian, 

90 ; May Josephine, 90 ; Robert Gwynn, 90 ; 

Thomas Brian Ashton, 90 ; Walter Baylor, 90 ; 

see Lombe. 
Everard, Evelyn Maria Elsden, 197. 
Everett, Beatrice Maud, 112; Edward Heath, 89; 

Edwin Hanmer, 112 ; George, 112. 
Ewart, Ellen Charlotte, 59 ; Colonel Richard Sheridan, 

59- 

d'Eye, Adelaide Mary, 92 ; Rev. Edgar Rust, 92. 
Eyre-Giderson, Fanny Harriett, 6 ; George, 6 ; see 
Giderson. 

F 

Fair, John, 149 ; Sarah, 149. 

Farewell, Ann, 14S ; John Gysbert, 148. 

Farnham, Catherine Matilda Annie Georgina, 116, 
175; Charles John, 117; Easter, 116; Edward, 
116, 175; Edward Basil, 116, 175; Elizabeth 
Doris, 116; George Francis, 116, 175; Gertrude 
Emily, 116, 175; Harriet, 116; John Adrian 
George, 116 ; Lilian Mildred Gertrude, 116 ; Mary 
Eliza, 117 ; Sarah Anne, 117 ; William Edward 
John Basil, 116, 175. 

Faught, Ann Jane, 45 ; Rev. George Steers, 45, 46 ; 
Jane Anne, 45 ; Rose le Clerc, 46. 

Faulder, Blanche Julia, 126; R. B., 126; Thomas 
Jefferson, 126. 

Favell, George, 50 ; Sarah, 50. 

Fawcett, Agnes, 1, 161, 162; Emmeline Agnes, I; 
Henry, 161, 162; Colonel William, 1. 



Felton, Marguerite Laura Fortescue, 29 ; William, 
Frederick, 29. 

Fenessy, — , 24. 

Fenwiclc, Anne, 87 ; Rev. John Thomas, 87 ; Mary 
Ellen, 87. 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Robertson, 207 ; Margaret, 207 ; 
William, 207. 

Ferrier, Catherine, 37 ; Robert, 37. 

Ferris, Ellen, 135 ; Henry, 135 ; Thomas, 135. 

Ferryman, General Augustus Halifax, 82 ; Jane 
Anne Wilhelmina, 82 ; John Barbe Gustavus, 82 ; 
Sarah Caroline, 82. 

Ficklin, Alexander Tennent Mackintosh Berney, 
150; Ann, 148; Audrey Brenda Knyvet, 150; 
Eliza, 150 ; Horatio Peltus, 148 ; Horatio Pettus 
Mackintosh Berney, 150; Mary Ann, 148; Mary 
Horalia Russell, 149 ; Mary Russell, 148 ; Philip 
Berney, 149 ; Philip Sydney Berney, 149 ; Rita, 
149; Robert, 148; Rev. Robert, 148; Lieut. - 
Colonel Robert Batcheler, 148 ; Robert Berney, 
150; Thomas John, 148; Tom Berney, 149. 

Field, Rev. Thomas, 159, 160. 

Fielding, Elizabeth, 80 ; Samuel Henry, 80. 

Fife, James, Earl of, 174. 

Finlay, Janet Watson, 95 ; Matthew Watson, 95. 

Firth, Alec Mark Bernard, 99 ; Alfred, 99 ; Alice 
Elizabeth, 98 ; Alice Theodora, 98 ; Ann Eliza- 
beth, 97 ; Arthur, 101 ; Anthea Penne, 99 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel Bernard Alexander, 99, 114; Caroline 
Bradley, 99 ; Caroline Gedling, 97, 1 14 ; Charles 
Harding, 99 ; Charles Henry, 97 ; Charles Henry 
Bramley, IOO ; Charles Phillimore Lewton, 99 ; Char- 
lotte, 98 ; Charlotte Isabel, 101 ; Constance Mary, 
98 ; Denis Gordon, 101 ; Dorothy Mildred, 100 ; 
Edith Margaret, 100 ; Edward, 98 ; Rev. Edward 
Harding, 101 ; Eliza, 98 ; Emily Harriet, 98 ; Evelyn 
Maud, too ; Frances Elizabeth, 99 ; Frances Maud, 
101 ; Frances Rusk, 9S ; Francis John Waller, 101 ; 
Gerald Lewis, IOO (and Addenda, page xxxv.) ; 
Helen Beatrice, 100 ; Ida, 98 ; Jane, 98 ; Jessie Eliza, 
98 ; John, 97, 98 ; John Charles Bradley, 9S ; John 
Bradley, 98 ; Kathleen Mary, 99 ; Lewis John, 
100; Margaret Maria, 97 ; Mark, 97, 98, 99, 114; 
Mar)', 97, 100 ; Mary Alice, 101 ; Mary Ellen, 97 ; 
Mary Geraldine, 101 ; Mary Lewton, 99, 114; 
Mildred Edith, 100 ; Noel Osborn, 99 ; Rachel, 
100 ; Richard Bradley, 98 ; Ronald Henry Bramley, 
100 ; Sarah Bingham, 97 ; Thomas, 97, 98. 

Fischer, John George, 81 ; Myra, 81. 

Fisher, Rev. Steward Travers, 182; Rev. Thomas 
Ruggles, 182 ; Winifred, 182. 

FitzGerald, Annie, 29. 

Fitzgerald, Agnes Edith, 152 ; James Preston, 152 ; 
Marion Agnes, 152. 

Fitzroy, Charles Henry, Baron Southampton, 167 ; 
Hilda Mary, Lady Southampton, 167. 

Fitzwilliam, IIon ble Charles William Wentworth, 
166 j Maud Frederica Elizabeth, Countess, 169 ; 
William, Viscount Milton, 169 ; William Charles 
de Meuron, Bt. , 169. 

Flavell, Caroline Elizabeth, 40 ; Thomas William, 40. 

Fleetwood, George, 57 ; Janet Maria, 57 ; John, 57 ; 
Mary, 57. 

Fleming, David Gibson, 29 ; Isabella Margaret, 29 ; 
Joseph Macnaughton, 116: Laura, 116. 

Fletcher, Charles, 103 ; Harriet, 103 ; Isaac, 185 ; 
Nelly, 185. 

Flint, Anne Jane, 60 ; John Thomas Edward, 60. 

Floyer, John, no. 

Foley, Jessie Louisa, 7 ; Joseph Benjamin, 7. 

Forde, Catherine Eleanor, 39 ; Desmonde, 39 ; 
Henry Blight, 39 ; Henry Charles, 39 ; Louisa, 
39 ; Thomas Arthur, 30. 

Fortescue, Chichester Samuel, 173. 

Foster, Fanny, 194 ; Ida, 98 ; John, 98 ; Mary, 132, 

'34. "37. >44- 
Fountaine, Dinah, 102 ; John, 102. 
Fowke, Sir Frederick Thomas, Bt. , 1 16. 



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Fox, Lieut. -Colonel Alexander, 195 ; Anna Maria, 

195; Rev. Henry, 87; Joseph, 195; Lucy, 195; 

Mary Isabella, 87 ; see Suckling. 
Fox (afterwards Vassall-Fox), Henry Richard, Lord 

Holland, 14 ; Hon Ue Mary Elizabeth, 14. 
Francis, Adelaide Isabella, 179 ; Major-General 

Arthur, 179 ; Caroline Ada, 1 79 ; Thomas 

Musgrave, 148. 
Franklin, Elizabeth, 190 ; George Barton, 190 ; 

George Cooper, 190 ; John, 102 ; Juliana, 102 ; 

Lucy Hannah, 190 ; Sabina, 102. 
Fraser, Alexander, 7 ; Annie Lynch, 7 ; Elizabeth, 

7 ; Margaret, 29 ; Simon, 29. 
Freeland, Edward Stillwell, 124. 
Freeling, Charles Rivers, 129 ; Emily Charlotte, (29 ; 

Sir Francis, Bt., 124; Francis Rivers, 124; Mary 

Pennington, 124. 
Freeth, Caroline Elizabeth, 65 ; George, 65. 
French, Fanny, 20 ; James, 20. 
Freshfield, William Dawes, 1. 
de Freyne, Arthur, Baron, 171 ; Hon bl<! Francis 

Charles, 17 1 ; Laura Octavia, Lady, 171 ; Marie 

Georgiana Elizabeth, 171. 
Friend, Herbert Edward, 196 ; Rev. Martin Thomas, 

127. 
F'ripp, Ada Mary Elton, 152 ; Adelaide Anne, 152 ; 

Alfred Elton, 152 ; Annie Eliza, 152 ; Rev. Charles 

Edward Bowles, 152; Rev. Charles Spencer, 152; 

Clara, 58 ; Dorothy, 151 ; Dorothy Innes, 58 ; 

Edward Bowles, 151 ; Edward Fitzgerald, 152 ; 

Eliza Charlotte, 152; Ella Downing, 151 ; Emma 

Sophia, 151 ; Frances Middleton, 151 ; Margaret 

Emma Bowles, 151 ; Marian Ethel, 151 ; Marion 

Agnes, 152 ; Samuel, 151 ; Samuel Charles, 58 ; 

Rev. Samuel Charles, 151. 
Fry, Matilda, 157; Richard Henry, 58; Violet 

Evelyn, 58. 
Fulbrook-Leggalt, Charles Outen, 127. 
Fulford, John, 8 ; Martha Elizabeth, 8. 
Furlonge, Florence Fanny, 8 ; Joseph Dardis, 8 ; 

Zoe Irene Dardis, 8. 



Gabell, Ann, 174; Rev. Henry, 174; Maria, 174. 
Gaisford, Helen Margaret, 177 ; Jane Katherine, 177 ; 

John, 177 ; Thomas, 177 ; Very Rev. Thomas, 177. 
Galloway, Alice Mary, 176; Francis, 176; John, 

Earl of, 31, 32, 35. 
Gardner, Charles, 80 ; John, 80 ; Sarah York, 80. 
Garth, Elizabeth, 180; Mary, 180; Richard, 180 ; 

Rev. Richard, 180 ; see Lowndes-Stone. 
Gaunt, Captain Guy Reginald Archer, 84 ; Margaret 

Elizabeth, 84. 
Gedling, Mary Ann, 97 ; Micah, 97. 
George, Betsy Townsend, 191 ; John Jervis, 191. 
Gerard, Mina Sophia, 1 14. 
Gibbs, Edith Frances, 143 ; George Bennett, 143 ; 

George Sleight, 143 ; Isabella Smith, 143. 
Gibson, Phcebe, 135. 
Giddy, see Gilbert. 

Giderson, Henry, 6 ; see Eyre-Giderson. 
Gilbert (formerly Giddy), Davies, 204 ; Hester 

Elizabeth, 204 ; Mary Anne, 204 ; Thomas, 204. 
Gill, Anna Maria, 51 ; Grace Ann Catherine, 51 ; 

Herbert Hope, 51 ; Rev. William, 51. 
Gillett, Henry, 70 ; Mary Anne Elizabeth, 70. 
Girdlestone, Anne, 11; Henry John, 11; William 

Bolton, II. 
Gisborne, John, 173; Lydia, 173; Mary, 173; 

Temperance, 173; Rev. Thomas, 173. 
Glanusk, Joseph Russell, Baron, 181. 
Glossop, Francis Henry Newland, 109. 
Godfrey, Alice Elizabeth, 98 ; Robert Townsend, 98. 
Godlee, Rickman, 21. 
Godson, Rev. Arthur Richard, 94 ; Sir Augustus 

Frederick, 94 ; Charlotte Ruth, 94 ; Dame Jane 

Charlotte, 94. 



Goldsworthy, Agnes, III. 

Good, Alan Wheeler, 48 ; Arthur Madgewick, 7 ; 
Aston Cleeton, 49 ; Catherine, 49 ; Constance 
Edith, 49 ; Edith Nest, 49 ; Edith Sarah, 49 ; 
Edward Cecil, 48 ; Edward Wheeler, 49 ; Eliza 
Maria, 48 ; Ernest Thomas Clarke, 48 ; Gladwyn, 
49 ; Glen Halford, 49 ; Henrietta, 49 ; Henry 
James, 49 ; Iris Mary Constance, 7 ; Jane, 48 ; 
Jessie Louisa, 7 ; John, 49 ; John Eric Ockold, 
49 ; Kathleen Sarah, 48 ; Mabel Elsie, 48 ; 
Marian, 48 ; Mary Helen, 48 ; May Louise, 49 ; 
Samuel, 48 ; Samuel Clarke, 48 ; Sarah, 48 ; 
Sarah Harriet, 49 ; Thomas, 48, 49 ; Thomas 
Charles, 49 ; William, 48, 49. 

Goodall, Edward Angelo, 155 ; Frances Anne, 

155- 

Goodban, Joseph Henry, 56. 

Goodenough, Grace, 20 ; Stephen, 20. 

Goodman, Ada Mary, 102 ; Carolina, 102, 106 ; 

Carolina Sarah, 103 ; Davenport, 83 ; Dinah, 

102 ; Elizabeth, 83, 102, 103 J Emily Jane, 83 ; 

Francis, 102 ; George, 102, 103 ; Kitty, 102 ; 

Leila Amelia, 103 ; Mary, 102 ; Sabina, 102 j 

Thomas, 102, 104, 106 ; Thomas Davenport, 

83 ; William, 102. 
Goolden, Daniel Haythorne, 151. 
Gordon, C, 41; Sir Charles, 115; Helen Isabella 

Mary, 115 ; Mary, 41. 
Gorton, Dorothea, 15; Ven ble John, 15; Lieut. - 

Colonel Reginald St. George, 1 5. 
Gosling, Eleanor, 131; Robert, 131. 
Gowen, Hannah, 191. 
Gower, Abel, 50, 52 ; Abel Anthony, 51 ; Abel Lewes, 

51 ; Anne, 52 ; Anthony, 52 ; Catherine Vans, 50 ; 

Elizabeth Logan, 51 ; Erasmus, 50 ; Erasmus 

Francis, 52 ; Erasmus William, 51, 52 ; Evelyn 

Gladys, 51; Frances Maria, 50; Georgiana, 50; 

Grace Ann Catherine, 51 ; Grace Lillias, 51 ; Joan 

Kathleen, 52 ; John Lewes, 50 : Lettice, 50 ; Lillias 

Mary, 51 ; Lillias Miller, 50; Mary Christina, 51 ; 

Robert, 50 ; Robert Frederic, 50 ; Robert Lewes, 

52; Robert Patrick Malcolm, 52; Sarah, 50; 

Sarah Amelia Georgiana, 52 ; Violet Florence, 52. 
Grace, Henry, 135 ; James Edward, 135. 
Graham, Alexander, 29 ; Lady Catherine, 32 ; 

George, 32; Harriet Anne, 32; Sir James, Bt., 

32 ; Jane Mary, 29. 
Gray, Rev. Ernest Awdry, 152. 
Green, Edward Knollys, 146 ; Fanny Marian, 42 ; 

Isabel, 146 ; Joshua, 143 ; Mary Ann, 137 ; Mary 

Charlotte, 143 ; William Abbott, 142, 
Greenfield, Charles Bunce, 22 ; Ethel Mary, 22 ; 

Hannah, 6 ; Thomas 6. 
Green -Price, Rev. Chase, 14; George William 

Whitmore, 14 ; Dame Laura, 14 ; Rachel 

Georgiana, 14 ; Sir Richard, Bt. , 14. 
Greenway, Elizabeth, 127. 
Gregor, George Trevor, 98. 
Grenfell, Catherine Anne, 33 ; Georgiana, 33 ; 

Pascoe, 33 ; Lieut. -Colonel Pascoe St. Leger, 33 ; 

Penelope Frances, 33. 
Gresley, Charles, 30 ; Harriet, 29, 34 ; Louisa 

Elizabeth, 30 ; Louisa Jane, 30 ; Mary, 34 ; 

Sir Nigel, Bt. , 30 ; Rev. William, 29, 30, 34. 
Gripper, Edward, 134. 
Groome, John Charles, 92 ; Rev. John Hindes, 92 ; 

Mary, 92 ; Ven ble Robert Hindes, 92 ; William 

Wollaston, 92. 
Groves, James Grimble, 32. 
Gunn, Eliza Ann, 191 ; Emma Payne, 193 ; William, 

191. 193- 
Gunton, Dennis, 41 ; Elizabeth, 41 ; George, 41 ; 

Rev. John, 41. 
Guppy, Elizabeth, 113; Margaret, 113; Richard, 

113- 

Gurney, Rachel Jane, 42 ; Samuel, 42. 
Gwyn, Gwynne, John, 49 ; Margaret, 49 ; Rev. Philip 
Preston, 41. 



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Haig, Alfred Edward, 162. 

Haigh, Ellen R., 92 ; James Courtney, 92 ; Mabel, 92. 

Halcomb, Catherine, 80 ; Emma Susanna, 80 ; 
John, 80 ; Thomas, 80. 

Hale, Ann, 166; Bernard, 167; Harriot, 166; 
General John, 166; Mary, 166. 

Halifax, Charles, Viscount, 16S. 

Hall, Alexander William, 174 ; Anne, 30 ; Rev. 
Francis, 97 ; Hannah, 88 ; Jane, 48 ; John Minton, 
48 ; Joseph, 88 ; Josephine, 88 ; Margaret Jane, 
141 ; Marriott, 97 ; Sarah Bingham, 97 ; Thomas, 
30 ; William, 48. 

Hallett, Maria, 56 ; Rev. Richard Hothersall, 56. 

Halson, Rev. Charles Augustus, 1 ; Olympia Maria, 1. 

Hamilton, Blanche Margaret Fleming, 86 ; Eleanor, 
204 ; James, 204 ; Sir James, 166 ; Margaret Anne 
Mary, 86 ; Maria, 166 ; William Charles Stewart 
Fleming, 86 ; William Malcolm Fleming, 50. 

Hanaw, Beatrice Johanna, 189; Isodore, 189. 

Hanley, Hon ble Ivy, 170; Colonel M., 170. 

Hanna, Annie, 29 ; Eliza Jane, 29 ; Samuel, 29. 

Harbour, Frances, 55- 

Harcourt, George Granville Vernon, 15 ; Elizabeth 
Lavinia, 15. 

Harding, Charles, 128 ; Charlotte, 98 ; Frances 
Augusta, 128 ; Mary, 98 ; Samuel, 98. 

Harker, Caroline Sarah, 103 ; John Cooke, 103 ; 
John William, 103. 

Harlech, William Richard, Lord, 129. 

Harper, Most Rev. Henry John Chilty, Frimate of 
New Zealand, 184 ; Janet Harriette, 184. 

Harris, Francis Greensall, 194; Mary, 102, 191; 
Mary Anne, 194; Thomas, 191. 

Harrison, Benjamin, 124; Edmontina Jane, 9; 
Elizabeth, 124, 132; Frances Maud, 101 ; George, 
9 ; George Denis Browne, 101 ; Henry, 98. 

Hartopp, Edward Bourchier, 117. 

Harvey, Admiral Sir Eliab, 159 ; Georgiana Augusta, 
159; Rebecca Maria, 179; Thomas, 179. 

Hase, Edward, 85 ; Mary, S5. 

Hasted, Rev. Henry John, 9. 

Hatchell, Clara Constance, 109 ; Major-General 
George, 109. 

Haughton, see Langston. 

Haversham, Sir Arthur Divett, Baron, 23 (and Addenda, 
page xliii. ) ; Henrietta, Lady, 23 ; see Hayter. 

Hawgood, Flora, 146. 

Hay, Sir Adam, Bt., 108 ; Mary Anne, 108. 

Hayes, Margaret Eugenia, 3 ; Rev. Thomas, 3. 

Haygarth, Edward Brownlow, 126-128, 130 ; Eleanor, 
126; Rev. John, 126; Rev. John Sayer, 126; 
Sophia, 126. 

Hayter, Alethea, 24, 29 ; Alethea Catharine, 24 ; 
Alfred Goodenough, 23 ; Alice Louisa Elizabeth, 
22 ; Alice Margarette, 27 j Alice Jane, 28 ; Alice 
Susan, 26 ; Anna Susan, 23 ; Anne, 20 ; Dame Anne, 
22 ; Sir Arthur Divett, Baron Haversham, 23 (and 
Addenda, page xliii.); Arthur Goodenough, 20; 
Arthur Matheson, 26 ; Catharine Mary, 25 ; Cecil 
Goodenough, 22; Rev. Charles Frederick, 21; 
Charles Goodenough, 24; Charles Samuel, 21; 
Chilton Goodenough, 24 ; Cyril Goodenough, 24 J 
Dorothea, 28 ; Dorothy, 21 ; Dorothy Danvers, 27 ; 
Dorothy Emily, 29 ; Dorothy Julia, 25 ; Edith 
Catharine, 21 ; Edith Susan, 26 ; Edward Good- 
enough, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20 (and Addenda, page xliii. ) ; 
Eliza Jane, 21, 26, 27, 29, 36 ; Elizabeth Jane, 20 ; 
Ella Constance, 27 ; Emma, 20, 23 ; Emma Susan, 
21 ; Ethel Philadelphia, 29 ; Eugenie Catherine, 24 ; 
Eugenie Elizabeth, 24 ; Evelyn Clare, 29 ; Fanny, 20, 
28 ; Frances Jane, 29, 36 ; Francis, 24 ; Francis 
Goodenough, 22, 24 ; Francis Henry Egerton, 29 ; 
George Goodenough, 21; Rev. George Good- 
enough, 20 ; George Philip, 21 ; Rev. George 
Theodore Meynell Ingram, 27 ; Goodenough, 20 ; 
Grace, 20 ; Graham Goodenough, 24 ; Gwendoline, 



24 ; Harriet Baring, 26 ; Harrison, 27, 36 ; Rev. 
Harrison Goodenough, 27 ; Helen, 20 ; Henrietta, 
Lady Haversham, 23 ; Henry, 21, 26 ; Henry 
Barkly, 26 ; Henry Colquhoun, 29 ; Henry Good- 
enough, 21 ; Henry Heylyn, 26 ; Henry Heylyn 
Morres, 26 ; Henry James, 25 ; Henry William 
Goodenough, 23 ; Heylyn William Goodenough, 
26 ; Hilda Ruth, 28 ; Hugh Charles Goodenough, 

25 ; Hugh Geoffrey, 27 ; Isabella Margaret, 29 ; 
James Benedict Arden, 27 ; Janet, 21 ; Janet 
Emma, 23 ; Janet Mary, 25 ; John, 20 ; John 
Goodenough, 25 ; John Owen Goodenough, 25 ; 
John Grenville, 27 ; Lancelot Goodenough, 24 ; 
Margaret Anna, 20 ; Marguerite Laura Fortescue, 
29 ; Maijorie W. , 25 ; Mark Cholmondeley, 27 ; 
Mary, 20, 21 ; Mary Beatrice, 28 ; Mary Emma, 
20 ; Mary Ethel, 28 j Mary Pulsford, 22 ; Maud, 
28 ; Maud Goodenough, 24 ; May, 26 ; Owen 
Chilton Goodenough, 25 ; Owen Edward, 22 ; 
Philadelphia, 28 ; Phcebe Judith, 25 ; Priscilla, 24 ; 
Richard Goodenough, 24; Robert Bever, 21; Robert 
Dickinson Goodenough, 25 ; Robert Heylyn, 26 ; 
Susan, 26 ; Thomas, 20 ; Ursula Frances, 21 ; 
Violet Mary, 25 ; Walter Heylyn, 27 ; William 
Goodenough, 24, 28 ; Sir William Goodenough, 
Bt., 22 ; William Goodenough Nugent Hayter, 28 ; 
Very Rev. William Thomas Baring, 28. 

Head, Rev. Frederick Waldegrave, 12 ; Rev. George 
Frederick, 12; George Herbert, 12; Jeremiah, 
12; Louisa, 39 ; Mary Henrietta, 12; Mary, 12; 

Michael, 39. 
Heath, Henry Fearon, 89 ; John Carlen, 89 ; 

Mary Jane, 89. 
Hele, Florence Fanny, 8 ; William, 8. 
Helyar, Francis John, 86 ; Maurice Howard, 86 ; 

Hon b,e Ursula Georgiana, 86 ; Victoria Repps, 86. 
Hemsley, Arthur, 5. 
Henneker, Elizabeth, 42 ; William, 42. 
Henniker, John Minet, Baron, 117 ; Hon ble Mary 

Eliza, 117 ; Rev. the Hon ble William Chafie, 117. 
Henslow, Anne, 154; Fiances Harriet, 88; Rev. 

Leonard Ramsay, 154 ; Rev. John Stevens, 88, 154. 
Heron-Maxwell, Dame Caroline Harriet, 4 ; Sir John, 

Bt., 4 ; Maud Lucia Heron, 4. 
Hesketh, Rev. Charles, 154. 
Hewson, Alice Jane, 2S ; Francis Thomas, 28. 
Heylyn, Eliza Jane, 21, 26 ; John, 21, 26. 
Heyrick, Elizabeth, 182 ; Rev. Samuel, 182. 
Hicks, see Robinson. 

Higgins, Elizabeth, 53, 54, 60 ; Thomas, 53, 54, 60. 
Hildyard, John Richard Westgarth, 167, 168. 
Hill, Amv Georgiana, 112 ; Charlotte, 132 ; Elizabeth, 

132; Richard Guinness, 1 12; Thomas, 132. 
Hills, Francis, 134. 
Hindlip, Henry, Lord, 178. 
Hippisley, Charlotte Mary, 3 ; John, 3. 
Hitch, Elizabeth, 10 ; Rev. James, 10 ; John, 10 ; 

Sarah, 10. 
Hodge, Caroline Elizabeth, 65 ; Edith lone, 65 ; 

Henry, 65. 
Hodgkinson, Sarah Holmes, 107 ; Captain William, 

R.N., 107. 
Hodgson, Charlotte, 1 18; Rev. John, 118; Mary, 

118; Thomas Tarleton, 11S; William, 118; 

Rev. William, 118. 
Hoey, Christian Anne, 3S ; Elinor Sarah Elizabeth, 

3S ; William, 38. 
Holgate, Edward, 153; Elizabeth, 153. 
Hollams, Edward Percy, 72. 
Holland, Bertha Mary, 32 ; Henry Richard, Lord, 

14 ; Joseph, 32. 
Holley, Elizabeth, 45 ; George Hunt, 45 ; John, 45 ; 

Martha Elizabeth, 45. 
Holloway, Benjamin, 91 ; Georgiana, 91 ; Margaret 

Eliza, 91 : William Wykeham, 91. 
Holmes, Anne, 204; Catherine Sancroft, 204; Edith, 

.205; Rev. Gervas, 204; Hester Elizabeth, 204; 

Hester Sancroft, 205; James, 164; Rev. John, 



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204 ; Lieut. - Colonel John Sancroft, 205 ; 

Mary, 164 ; Mary Anne, 204 ; William Sancroft, 

204. 
Holt, Vesey George Mackenzie, 78. 
Hooker, Charles Paget, 88 ; Elizabeth, 86 ; Dame 

Frances Harriet, 88; Harriet Anne, 157 ; Sir 

Joseph Dalton, 88, 157 ; Maria, 86 ; Sophie 

Hase, 88 ; William Henslow, 86 ; Sir William 

Jackson, 86. 
Hope, Adrian Elias, 174; Adrian John, 23, 174; 

Anna Maria, 51 ; Rear - Admiral Charles, 

51; Henrietta, 23; Lady Ida Louisa Alice, 

174; Matilda, 23, 174; Mildred Henrietta, 174. 
Hopkins, Carolina, 102; John, 102; Kitty, 102; 

Mary, 102 ; Sarah, 102 ; "William, 102. 
Hopper, Charlotte, 204. 
Hore, Edward Madge, 96. 
Hornby, Alice, 81 ; Henry, 81. 
van Home, Sarah A., 140. 
Horsnaill, Henry, 134. 
Hoste, Major-General Dixon Edward, 13 ; Colonel 

Sir George Charles, 13 ; Jane Mary, 13 ; Dame 

Mary, 13. 
Hotham, Rev. Frederick Harry, 131 ; Georgina 

Amelia, 131. 
Hotson, Mary, 39 ; Richard, 39. 
Houston, Colonel Alexander, 109 ; Anne Caroline, 

109 ; Clara Constance, 109 ; Robert Alexander, 109. 
How, Frances, 178, 179 ; F'rances Anne, 179; 

Frances Jane, 178; Frederick Douglas, 179; Rev. 

Henry Walsham, 179 ; Lucy, 141 ; Thomas 

Maynard, 179 ; William Fitzwilliam, 141; William 

Maynard, 179; Rt. Rev. William Walsham, Bishop 

of Wakefield, 179; William Wybergh, 178, 179. 
Howard, Alice, 12; Anne Elizabeth, 11 ; Elizabeth 

Henrietta, 34 ; Emma, 197 ; Frederick, Earl of 

Carlisle, 34 ; Rev. Henry, 34 ; Very Rev. the 

Hon blc Henry Edward John, 34 ; Maria, 1 1 ; 

Mary, 12; Thomas, 11, 12; Rev. Thomas Henry, 

II ; William, 197. 
Howard- Brooke, Caroline Harriet, 4 ; Richard 4. 
Howell, Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Anthony, 101 ; 

Charlotte Isabel, 101 ; Very Rev. David, 101 ; 

Louisa Mary, 47. 
Hoyles, Eleanor, 136 ; William, 136. 
Hubbard, Alice, 147 ; Seymour Edgar, 147. 
Hudleston, E., 24: Eugenie Elizabeth, 24. 
Hudson, Sophia Elizabeth, 206 ; William, 206. 
Hughes, Colonel, 5 ; Sarah, 5. 
Hullah, Ann, 64 ; Charles Morrice, 64 ; Mary Jane, 

64 ; Rev. Thomas, 64. 
Humakers, Barbara Maria Charlotta, III ; William, 

in. 
Humphrys, Rev. Hugh, 88 ; Louisa Charlotte 

Catherine, 88 ; Maria Clarissa, 88 ; William, 88. 
Hunt, Elizabeth, 187. 
Hunton, Hannah, 138. 
Hustler, Elizabeth, 91 ; Samuel, 91. 
Hutton, Frances Mary, 93 ; Rev. John, 93 ; Mary, 93. 
Hyde, Althea, 91 ; John, 91. 



Impey, Alice, 138; Mary, 138; William, 138. 

Inge, Anne, 30 j Lieut. -Colonel Charles, 108 ; Charles 

Henry, 33 ; Ethel Harriet, 108 ; Henrietta, 30 ; 

Mary Anne, 108 ; William, 30. 
Ingram, Catherine Charlotte, 78 ; John, 78 ; Mary 

Reeves, 78. 
Irwin, Lucretia Elizabeth, 194 ; Robert John, 194. 

J 

Jackman, Edwin, 71 ; Louise Mary Ann, 71. 

Jackson, Charles Joseph, 124; Elizabeth, 91 j 
Francis, 91 ; Francis Benjamin, 92 ; Rev. James 
Leonard, 91 ; Joan, 92 ; Louisa, 91 ; Louisa 



Decima Hyde, 91 ; Mabel, 92 ; Mabel Althea, 92 ; 
Margaret Eliza, 91 ; Margaret Georgiana, 92 ; 
Mary, 92 ; Mary Beadon, 91 ; Mary Louisa, 92 ; 
Miriam Bertha, 130; Robert, 91; Sir William, 
Bt., 130. 

Jaffray, Dame Alice Mary, 176; Dame Anna, 176; 
Sir John, Bt., 176; Dame Mabel Augusta, 176; 
Sir William, Bt., 176. 

James, Emma Cropsey, 206. 

Jarrett, William Joseph, 107. 

Jeffcock, Caroline Bradley, 99 ; Charles Edward, 99 ; 
William Henry, 99. 

Jeffreys, Anne, 177 ; Frances, 177 ; Henry Vaughan, 
177, 185 ; Mary, 185. 

Jenkyns, Jane Katherine, 177 ; Rev. John, 177 j 
Very Rev. Richard, 177. 

Jennings, George William, 202 ; Sarah Anne, 61 ; 
Rev. William, 61. 

Jepson, Richard, 173. 

Jewson, Louisa, 206. 

Jex, Elizabeth, 37; John, 37. 

Jex-Blake, Alice Catherine, 39 ; Anna Elizabeth, 
38 ; Arthur John, 43 ; Bertha, 43 ; Caroline 
Anne, 42 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 40 ; Catherine 
Charlotte, 40 ; Catherine Eleanor, 39 ; Charles, 
40 ; Rev. Charles Thomas, 40 ; Charlotte Evelyn, 
42 ; Clara, 43 ; Elinor Sarah, 42 ; Elinor 
Sarah Elizabeth, 38 j Elizabeth, 39, 41 ; Emma 
Mary, 39 ; Evangeline, 43 ; Fanny, 40 ; Fanny 
Helenia, 41 ; Fanny Marian, 42 ; Fanny Susanna, 
40 j Florence, 42 ; P'rances, 40 ; Frances Lubbock, 
40 ; Frances Mary, 38 ; Rev. Francis William, 38 ; 
Harriet Price Charity, 41; Henrietta, 41, 43; 
Isabel, 38 ; Katharine, 43 ; Lawrence, 42 ; Lucy 
Eleanor, 43 ; Margaret, 43 ; Margaret Agnes 
Lubbock, 41 ; Margaret Betty, 40 ; Maria, 37 ; 
Maria Anna, 41 ; Maria Catherine, 37 ; Maria 
Emily, 39 ; Mary Richenda, 42 ; Rev. Robert 
Ferrier, 38 ; Robert Hoey, 40 ; Robert William, 
38 ; Sarah Price, 42 ; Sheila, 42 ; Sophia Louisa, 
42 ; Susanna Alice, 40 ; Susanna Margaret, 39 ; 
Thomas, 39, 42 ; Thomas Bowen, 43 ; Violet, 42 ; 
Very Rev. Thomas William, 41, 44; William, 37, 
38 ; William Francis, 40 ; Rev. William Francis, 
38 ; Rev. William Jex, 37 ; William Lubbock 
Jex, 39 ; see Blake. 

Johnson, Anna Maria, 40 ; Fanny, 40 ; Mary Ann, 
40 ; Matilda, 145 ; Oscar Joseph, 145 ; Rev. 
Richard, 40. 

Johnstone, Hope, 102 ; Rose Cornelia, 8 ; William 
Stewart, 8. 

Jones, Edith, 146; Elizabeth, 194; Jessie Eliza, 98; 
Margaret Anne Mary, 86; Marion Louise Dowle, 98; 
Mary Eleanor, 107; Thomas, 86 ; Thomas William, 
146 ; William, 107, 194 ; William James Dowle, 98. 

Jourgensen, Christine Lars, 206 ; Emma Christine, 
206 ; Emma Cropsey, 206. 

Jowett, John, 194; Lucy, 194. 

Jowitt, Albert Alsop, 100; Caroline, 100; Charles 
Albert Renny, 100 ; Edith Margaret, 100 ; Helen 
Beatrice, 100. 

Joyce, Sir Matthew Ingle, 130; Miriam Barbara, 
130 ; Miriam Bertha, 130. 

Jukes, Elizabeth, 79; Jane, 79; Richard, 79; Mary, 
79- 

K 

Keane, Henry Bloomfield, 116, 173; Jane Mary, 

116, 173. 
Keay, Philip Fletcher, 62. 
Keele, Constantia, 80 ; Edward Rushworth, 80 ; John 

Rushworth, 80 ; Lucy Anne, 80. 
Keep, John, 7 ; Mary Jane, 7. 

Kelly, Rev. James Davenport, 61 ; Maud Eleanor, 61. 
Kerr, Mary Ann Matilda, 6, 7 ; Robert, 6, 7. 
Kersey, Edward, 135 ; Elizabeth, 135 ; Elizabeth 

Anna, 136; Mary Ann, 136; William, 136. 



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Kettle, A., 40 ; Fanny, 40. 

Kindersley, Mary Elizabeth, 108 : Sir Richard Torin, 

108. 
King, Agnes Edith, 152 ; Rev. Charles William, 183 ; 

Laura, 14; Mary Anne Sophia, 183; Richard 

Henry, 14; Richard Pitman, 152; Rev. William 

Clark, 183. 
Kingscnie, Edith, 205 ; Harriet Elizabeth, 205 ; 

Henry Robert, 205. 
Kirkham, James, 133; Mary, 133. 
Knapp, Louisa Henrietta, 9 ; Rev. Samuel Hartopp, 9. 
Knight, Edward, 89 ; Elizabeth, 47 ; Frederick, 47 ; 

Frederick Thomas, 47 ; Henrietta Frances, 89 ; 

Mary Augusta Repps, 89 ; Wyndham William, 89. 



La Capelaine, Amelia, 33. 

Lake, Easter, 116; Henry, 116. 

Lamb, Georgiana Elizabeth, 171 ; Marie Georgiana 

Elizabeth, 171 ; Richard Westbrook, 171. 
Lambe, Edith, 63 ; Elisabeth, 63 ; Rev. George, 63 ; 

Henry, 63. 
Lambert, Catherine Rotherham, 65 ; Charles, 65. 
Landon, Agnes Eliza, 59 ; Ann, 53, 60, 61 ; Arthur 

Henry Whittington, 61 ; Arthur Hercules, 56 ; 

Arthur Reneley Wykeham, 59 ; Barbara, 62 ; 

Caroline, 62 ; Caroline Sarah, 60 ; Charles Wharton, 

59 ; Charles Whittington, 60 ; Rev. Charles Whit- 
tington, 55 ; Dorothea Snell, 62 ; Dorothy Innes, 
58 ; Dorothy Mervyn, 55 ; Edith Sarah, 54 ; 
Edward, 58 ; Elgilha Marian, 53 ; Elizabeth, 53, 
54, 5S, 60 ; Elizabeth Balman, 58 ; Elizabeth jane, 
53 ; Ellen Maria, 53 ; Emma Amelia, 59 ; Ernest 
Edward Balman, 58 ; Ernest Reginald, 56 ; Ernest 
Whittington, 58 ; Eva, 58 ; Frances, 55 ; Frances 
Chichester Mervyn, 55 ; Frances Mary, 55 ; 
Frederick James Ernest Whittington, 55 ; Major- 
General Frederick William Bainbridge, 61 ; Rev. 
George, 56 ; George Charles Comyns, 56 ; George 
Francis Stirling, 59 ; George Henry Heath, 56 ; Guy 
Comyns, 58 ; Guy de Laval, 61 ; Harry Whitting- 
ton Liddiard, 53 ; Henrietta Maria, 56 ; Henry 
Osborne Colin, 56 ; Isabella, 56 ; Isabella Jane, 62 ; 
Rev. James, 55, 60 ; James Henry Hothersall, 57 ; 
James Mark, 60 ; Rev. James Timothy Bainbridge, 

60 ; James William Bainbridge, 61 ; Jane, 54 ; 
Janet Maria, 57 ; Jessie, 55 ; Joanna Maria, 56 ; 
John, 53 ; Rev. John, 53, 54, 60 ; John Chichester, 
55 ; John Chichester Crewe, 55 ; Rev. John 
Whittington Ready, 54 ; John Guv Comyns, 59 ; 
Julia, 62 ; Julia Isabella, 56 ; Katherine, 58 ; 
Katherine Ann Brenda, 53 ; Katherine Jane, 53 ; 
Katherine Louise, 57; Kathleen Innes Whittington, 
58 ; Leila Evelyn, 57 ; Letitia Elizabeth, 53 ; Lionel 
Wallace, 56 ; Louisa, 59 ; Louisa Maria, 53 ; 
Lucy, 62 ; Mabel Augusta, 57 ; Margaret Hamilton, 

61 ; Margaret Isabel, 59 ; Maria Augustina, 54 ; 
Marian Frances, 53 ; Mary Constance, 59 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 62 ; Mary Louise, 57 ; Myra Katherine, 
56 ; Myrtle May, 56 ; Ralph Whittington, 53 j 
Reginald, 59 ; Reginald Edward, 56 ; Rose Emily, 
61 ; Sarah, 60 ; Sarah Ann, 54 ; Thomas Hamlyn 
Whittington, 58 ; Violet Evelyn, 58, 61 ; Very Rev. 
Whittington, 54 ; Rev. Whittington Henry, 53 ; 
William Henry Fitzroy, 57. 

Lane, Lady Harriott Frances, 167 ; Colonel Henry, 

167 ; Mary, 178. 
Lane-Fox, Edward, 172. 
Langford, Alice Louisa Elizabeth, 22 ; Caroline, 22 ; 

Captain Netherton, R.N., 22. 
Langston (formerly Haughton), James I ; Sarah, I. 
Lascelles, Hon bl ° Arthur, 16 ; Eleanor Frances, 16. 
Lawrence, Benjamin, 5 ; Charles, 125, 130; Charles 

William, 124 ; Judith 124 ; Julia, 12s ; Lydia, 125 ; 

Mary, 130; William, 124; Sir William, Bt., 124. 
Leach, Loretta, 140. 



Leacroft, Constance Jane, 70 ; Corbetta Sophia 

Frances, 70 ; Richard Brooke Leacroft, 70. 
Leigh, Chandos, Lord, 27 ; Hon bl,! Mary, 27 ; 

Trafford, 1 18 ; see Trafford. 
Lemarchand, Colonel Charles Stuart, 8 ; Mary 

Fulford, 8. 
Leslie, Colonel Albert Edmond, 182 ; Mary Anne, 

108 ; William, 108 ; Winifred, 182. 
Leslie-Melville, Hon bl ^ Albinia Frances, 86 ; Albinia 

Harriet, 86 ; Alexander Samuel, 86 ; Rev. 

Frederick Abel, 86. 
Lewes, Gladys Mary, 186; Colonel John, 186. 
Lewis, Rev. Erasmus, 50 ; Lettice, 50. 
Leworthy, Rev. William, 10. 
Lewton, Joseph 114; Susannah, 114. 
Ley, George, 63 ; Mary Elizabeth, 63. 
Liddiard, Ann, 53 ; Ellen Maria, 53 ; Jane, 53 ; 

John William, 53 ; William, 53. 
Lilford, Mary Elizabeth, Lady, 14 ; Thomas Atherton, 

Baron, 14. 
Lillie, Alicia, 169; Philip, 169. 
Lindon, Yen b, ' ! Adolphus, 16; Mairie Clare, 16. 
Lindow, Charlotte Elizabeth, 154; Henry Lindow, 

154 ; see Rawlinson. 
Lindquist, Ethel May, 6 ; John Horatio, 6 ; Maria, 6 ; 

William, 6. 
Linstead, Anne Maud, 52. 
Lloyd, Alice, 12; Alice Hilda, 12; Daniel Charles, 

12 ; David, 129 ; Ernest, 147 ; Francis Henry, 12 ; 

Gladys, 147; John, 79; Mary Crunn, 129; 

Susanna, 79. 
Loaden, Caroline, 197 ; William, 197. 
Lockwood, Abram Hirst, 144 ; Barbara, 144 ; 

Florence Mary, 144. 
Logan, Elizabeth, 51 ; James, 51. 
Lombe, Albinia Harriet, 86 ; Albinia Mary, 86 ; 

Alexander Francis Evans, 86 ; Aurea Otway, 87 ; 

Blanche Margaret Fleming, 86 ; Catherine Mary, 

89 ; Rev. Edward, 87 ; Edward Henry Evans, 86; 

Edward Malcolm Evans, 86 ; Elizabeth, 86 ; Ellen 

Sophia Vertue, 87 ; Georgina Mabel Josephine, 88 ; 

Rev. Henry, 85 ; Rev. Henry Evans, 85 ; Julia 

Vertue, 87 ; Louisa, 85 ; Louisa Charlotte 

Catherine, 88 ; Mary Augusta Repps, 89 ; Mary 

Ellen, 87 ; Mary Isabella, 87 ; Mary Jane, 89 ; 

Mary Shedden, 89; Lieut. -Colonel Ralph Henry 

Fenwick, 87 ; Sophia, 85 ; Sophie Hase, 88 ; 



86; 



Victoria Repps, 86 ; see 
Margaret 



Arthur, 
61. 



61 



Thomas Robert, 

Evans- Lombe. 
Long, Brigadier-General 

Hamilton, 61 ; Maud Eleanor, 
Lorte, Jane, 143. 

Lovell, George, 145 ; Margaret, 145. 
Lovett, Frances Mary, 94 ; Very Rev. Verney, 94. 
Lowe, Anne, 177 ; Helen Mary, 192 ; Humphrey, 

177 ; Richard Taylor, 192 ; Thomas Ford, 192. 
Lowis, John, 2 ; Mary, 2. 
Lowndes-Stone, Elizabeth, 180; William, 180 ; see 

Garth. 
Loxley, Catherine, 97 ; John, 97 ; Mary, 97. 
Lubbock, Anne, 37 ; Sir John William, Bt., 

Maria, 37 ; William, 37. 
Lukin, Major-General Charles Osbaldeston, 

Emily Charlotte, 129 ; Marjory Elinor, 129. 
Lumley, Lady Lilian Selina Elizabeth, 167 ; Richard 

George, Earl of Scarbrough, 167. 



M 



McClellan, Emily Elliott, 131 ; Herbert Timbrell, 
131 ; Rev. John Brown, 131 ; Mary Janet, 131. 

McGhee, James, 76 ; Mary, 76. 

Mackinnon, Charles, 172; Harriet G., 172. 

Mackintosh, Alexander, 149 ; Janet, 149 ; Rita, 149. 

Maclagan, Alice Jane, 28 ; Charles Patrick Dal- 
rymple, 28 ; General Robert, 28 ; Most Rev. 
William Dalrymple, Archbishop of York, 28. 



37! 



129 ; 



McLaren, Kenneth, 57 ; Leila Evelyn, 57. 

Maclean, Elizabeth, 53 ; George, 53 ; Rev. James, 53; 
Letitia Elizabeth, 53. 

Madan, Amelia, 33 ; Angela Mary, 35; Arthur Corn- 
wallis, 35 (and Addenda, page Hi.) ; Arthur George, 
33 ; Arthur Gresley, 35 ; Beatrice Gresley, 36 ; 
Bertha Louisa, 32 ; Bertha Mary, 32 ; Blanche 
Maude, 33 ; Caroline, 32 ; Catherine, 32 ; Charles, 

33 ; Charles Spencer, 32 ; Charlotte, 31 ; Lady Char- 
lotte, 30; Charlotte Mary, 31, 32 ; Edith Harriet, 
36 ; Elizabeth Henrietta, 34 ; Ethel Wordsworth, 36 ; 
Falconer, 29, 36 ; Fanny, 31 ; Frances Jane, 29, 36 ; 
Francis Falconer, 36 ; Frederick, 32, 33 ; Frederick 
Charles Nigel, 33 ; Frederick Martin, 33 ; George 
Nigel, 35 (and Addenda, page Hi.) ; Rev. George, 29, 

34 ; Geoffrey Spencer, 36 ; Georgina Marion, 32 ; 
Harriet, 29, 34 ; Harriet Anne, 32 ; Henrietta, 30 j 
Henrietta Anne, 31; Henrietta Frances, 30; 
Henrietta Leonora, 31 ; Henry, 33 ; Henry George, 

34 ; Honora Penelope, 32 ; Rev. James Russell, 35 ; 
Louisa Elizabeth, 30 ; Louisa Fanny, 31 ; Louisa 
Mary, 30; Maria, 31, 34; Martin, 33; Mary, 

35 ; Mary Judith, 35 ; Rev. Nigel, 34 ; Nigel 
Cornwallis, 36 ; Penelope Frances, 33 ; Penelope 
Maria, 34 ; Spencer, 30, 31 ; Rev. Spencer, 30, 
31 ; Rt. Rev. Spencer, Bishop of Peterborough, 
30 ; Theresa Marie Euphemia, 35 ; William, 32 ; 
Rev. William, 30 ; William Gresley, 31 ; William 
Nigel, 35 ; William Spencer, 32. 

Mains, Andrew Dickson, 50 ; Grace, 50. 

Manisty, Edward Ashburner, 203. 

Manley, John Acton, 54 ; Mar)', 54. 

Manning, Henry, 119; Lucinda, 119. 

Mansel, Courtenay, 87 ; Sir Edward Berkeley, Bt. , 

87; Sir John Bell William, Bt., 87; Dame Julia 

Vertue, 87. 
Markham, Ann, 57 ; Arthur Bailey, 57 ; Katherine 

Louise, 57. 
Maries, Muriel, 156 ; Rev. William Thomas Gwilym, 

156. 
Marriage, Anna, 135; Frederick George, 139; 

Herbert, 139; James, 135; James Haworth, 135 ; 
John, 139; Margaret, 139; Marianne, 139; Ruth, 

137 ; Susannah, 137 ; Thomas, 139 ; William, 137. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 45 ; Elizabeth Sutherland, 4 ; 

John, 5 ; William, 4. 
Martin, Everilda Dorothea, 159, 160; Sir Mordaunt, 

Bt., 159, 160. 
Mason, Alice Katherine, 141 ; Edith, 147 ; G., 141 ; 

Henry Alfred, 147. 
Masson, John Andree, 80 ; John Gustave, 80 ; Maude, 

80. 
Master, Frances Louisa, 46 ; Lieut. -Colonel Harcourt, 

46. 
Masterman, Cleveland, 89. 
Matheson, Alethea, 29 ; Rev. Charles, 26, 29 ; 

Charles Mackenzie, 29 ; Margaret, 29. 
Maude, William, 199. 
Maurice, Jane, 124; Rev. Richard, 124; Rev. 

Robert, 124; see Bonnor- Maurice. 
May, Dorothy, 190; Ellen, 188; Emma Jane, 190; 

George, 190 ; Rev. George Lacey, 190 ; Henrietta 

Maria, 56 ; Rev. John, 188 ; Mary, 188 ; Samuel 

Marshall Thompson, 56 ; Samuel William, 56. 
Mayers, Caroline, 32 ; Caroline Harriet, 32 ; Clara 

Maria, 32 ; Rev. Henry, 32. 
Maynard, Frances, 179 ; Rev. J., 202 ; Louisa Ruth, 

202 ; Thomas, 179. 
Mayne, Aurea Otway, S7 ; Henry Otway, 87. 
Meade, Charlotte, 3 ; Charlotte Mary, 3 ; Edward 

Cazalet, 3 ; Margaret Eugenia, 3 ; Rev. Richard 

John, 3 ; Rev. William, 1. 
Medhurst, Granville William Hastings, 61 ; Sarah 

Anne, 61 ; see Wheler. 
Menzies, Beatrice, 86 ; Graham, 86. 
Mercer, Anne Hepburne, 199. 
van der Mersch, Hugo Maurits, 142 ; Johanna 

Adriana, 142. 



Messiter, Henry, 167. 

Metcalfe, Anne Bird, 110; Henry, no. 

Midleton, Charles, Viscount, 86. 

Mildmay, Francis Bingham, 172. 

Miles, Elinor Sarah, 42 j Elizabeth, 42 ; John, 42 ; 

Rev. Philip Edward, 42. 
Millard, Mary, 102 ; Robert, 102. 
Miller, Elizabeth, 4 ; James, 4 ; Sir William, Bt., 4. 
Mills, Emma Florence, 143. 
Milton, William, Viscount, 169. 
Minster, Anna, 10 ; Edward, 10. 
Moates, Elizabeth Blake, 72 ; William, 72. 
Mocatta, Elias, 6 ; Louisa, 6. 
Molineux-Montgomerie, Cecil Thomas, 16 ; Eleanor 

Frances, 16; Katie Molineux, 16. 
Moodie, Edwin Ramsay, 125 ; Helen Agatha, 125. 
Monro, Henry, 129 ; Jane Eliza, 129; Sophia Jane, 

129. 
Moore, Amy Charlotte, 12; Charlotte, I ; Florence 

Amelia,- 6S ; George Augustus, 68 ; Hugh, 88 ; 

John, I ; Maria Clarissa, 88. 
Moorhouse, Mary, 97. 

Moorsom, Colonel, 196 ; Mary Richards, 196. 
Moray, Francis, Earl of, 91. 
Morgan, Rev. David, 177; Frances Anne, 177; 

John, 177 ; Rev. William, 177. 
Morrill, Elizabeth, 150; Peter Travers, 150. 
Morris, Ann Talwin, 138 ; Captain Charles Henry, 

R.N., 192; Lavinia Helen, 192; Maria, 138) 

Thomas, 13S. 
Moult, Elizabeth, 83 ; John, 83. 
Mounsey, Jessie, 143 ; John Harold, 143 ; John 

Wilfred, 143 ; Mary Charlotte, 143. 
Mount, William George, 173. 
Mountford, Elizabeth Jane, 20; Joseph, 20; Marion, 

20. 
Muir, Katherine Harriette, 12; Sir William, 12. 
Mullen, Lucinda, 140. 

Mundy, Edward Miller, 93 ; Georgiana Elizabeth, 93. 
Munton, Anna, 176; William, 176. 
Murray, Edward Francis, 89 ; Emily, 89 ; Frances 

Egerton, 120; Mary Shedden, 89 ; Robert Alston, 

120; Colonel Shadwell John, 89. 



N 

Napoleon, I., 45. 

Nash, Agnes Mildred, 208 ; Rev. Francis Lochee, 
125; Rev. Frederick Gifford, 208; Rev. George, 
125 j Katharine Alice, 125. 

Naucolas, Charles, 115; Mary, 115. 

Neate, Catherine, 80. 

Neeve, Anna, 206 ; James, 206. 

Negus, Christabel, 13 ; Henry, 13. 

Nelson, Ann, 45, 47 ; Annie, 46 ; Beatrice Tumour, 
46 ; Catherine, 45, 47 ; Charles Matthew, 47 j 
Clara, 46 ; Cyril, 47 ; Cyril Henry Tumour, 46 j 
Elizabeth, 45, 47 ; Frances, 46 ; Frances Anne, 

46 ; Rev. Edmund, 47 ; Erances le Clerc, 47 ; 
Grace Tumour, 47 ; Halcott Thurlow, 46 ; Rev. 
Henry, 46 ; Hilda, 46 ; James, 45, 46 ; Jane Anne, 
45 ; Jessie Tumour, 47 ; John, 45 ; Katharine 
Tumour 47 ; Mabel Tumour, 46 ; Martha Ann, 
45 ; Martha Elizabeth, 45 ; Mary, 45 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 47 ; Matthew, 45, 47 ; Matthew Thur- 
low, 45 ; Maude Anna Louisa, 47 ; Sidney James, 

47 ; Thomas, 47 ; Rev. Thomas Sherlock, 47. 
Neville-Rolfe, Agnes, 161, 162 ; Charles Fawcett, 

162 ; Rev. Edward Fawcett, 1&1 ; Eustace, 162 ; 

Maria Bolton, 162 ; Martha Holt, 162 ; Melosine 

Sophia Maria, 161 ; Rev. Strickland Charles 

Edward, 161, 162. 
Newcastle, Georgiana Elizabeth, Duchess of, 93 ; 

Henry, Duke of, 93, 1 19. 
Newland, Louisa, 59. 
New Zealand, Most Rev. Henry John Chitty 

Harper, Primate of, 184. 



Neynoe, Caroline Jane Julia, 108 ; Joseph, 108. 
Nicholls, Edith Mary, 64 ; John, 64 ; Mary, 64. 
Norman, Catherine Anne, 12; John, 12; Judith 

Chambers, 12. 
Norris, Rev. George, 39, 40 ; 
North, Alicia Gertrude, 170; 

Bunbury, 170; Margaret, 
Norton, Eleanor Agnes, 36 ; 

36- 

Nott, Eliza Maria, 48 ; James, 48. 



Sarah, 39, 40. 

Lieut. -Colonel Edward 
170 ; North, 170. 
Rev. William Addington, 



O 



Oakley, Adam Robert Hamilton, 130; Ellen Judith, 

130; Frances C. E., 130; Frances Emily, 130 ; 

Colonel Sir Henry, 130 ; Tom Edmund Livingston, 

130. 
Oliver, Charles Augustus, 69 ; Flora Hutchins, 69 ; 

Hilda Margaret, 69 ; Admiral Richard Aldworth, 

69. 
Oliver-Bellasis, Gwendoline Mary, 69 ; Richard John 

Erskine, 69. 
Onslow, Caroline, 15 ; Catherine, 15 ; Richard Foley, 

15- 
Ord, John Thomas, 9. 
Ormsby-Gore, Hon l,le Mary Georgina, 129 ; William 

Richard, Lord Harlech, 129. 
Osborn, Colonel Edward, 99 ; Frances Denton, 99. 
Ottaway, Rebecca, 135. 
Ou'sey, Jane, 98. 



Pagden, Mabel Catherine, 65 ; Robert, 65. 

Page, Anne, 62. 

Paget, Dame Caroline Isabel, 200 j Elizabeth Jane, 

200; John Moore, 200; Sir Richard Horner, Bt., 

200. 
Paice, Charles, 193. 
Palmer, Agnes Lilian, 2 ; Rev. Charles Samuel, 181, 

182 ; Clara Maria, 96 ; Elizabeth, 39, 182 ; Ellen, 

181, 182 ; Rev. Henry, 182 ; John Carrington, 2 ; 

Sir John Henry, Bt., 1S2 ; John Hinde, 96; John 

Horsley, 2 ; Louisa Mary, 47 : Mabel Jane, 181 ; 

Mary, 2, 39; Samuel, 96 ; William, 39. 
Parker, John, 54 ; Sarah Ann, 54. 
Parkhurst, Fleetwood, 155 ; Frances, 155. 
Parmiter, John Spurrier, 139; Louisa, 139; Olive 

Kathleen Jane, 139. 
Partridge, Fanny Elizabeth, 14 ; Rev. John Anthony, 

14. 
Patton, Constantia, 80; Admiral Philip, 80. 
Paul, George Morrison, 162. 
Paulley, Harold, 181 ; Margaret Elspeth, 181 ; 

Nathaniel Legg, 181. 
Payne, Edward Davenport, 145 J Emily Phcebe, 145. 
Peacocke, Mabel Tumour, 46 ; Rev. Philip Graeme, 

46 ; Rev. William James, 46. 
Peake, Evelyn Mary, 169 ; George Herbert, 169 ; 

Henry, 169. 
Pearson, Jane Elizabeth, 84 ; Margaret Maude, 83 ; 

Mary Lucy, 83 ; Thomas, 83, 84. 
Pegg, Florence Lucy Sarah, 193 ; William Duncan, 

193. 
Pelham-Clinton, Hon ble Caroline, 156 ; Charles, 

Baron Yarborough, 156; Georgiana Elizabeth, 

Duchess of Newcastle, 93 ; Lady Henrietta, 93, 

119; Henry, Duke of Newcastle, 93, 119. 
Pemberton, Anne Maria, 204 ; Arthur George, 82 ; 

Christopher Robert, 204 ; Eleanor, 204 ; Mary 

Anne, 204 ; Mary Elizabeth, 82 ; Sarah Booth, 82 ; 

Thomas, 82 ; Walter Hamilton, 204. 
Penley, Reginald Herbert, 35. 
Penny, Amy, 113; Rev. Charles, 114; Rev. 

Charles William, 114; Clement Phillimore, 115 

(and Addenda, page lix.) ; Edmund, 113; 

Rev Edward Lewton, 99, 114; Elias, 1 13; 



Eliza, 114; Elizabeth, 113; Elizabeth Ann, 115; 

Harriet, 113 ; Helen Isabella Mary, 115 ; Rev. 

James Alpass, 115; John, 113; Mary Ann 

Jenkins, 113; Mary Hannah, 99, 114; Mary 

Lewton, 99, 114 ; Mary Susan, 115 ; Mina Sophia, 
114; Theresa Jeannette, 115; William Perkins, 
113 ; William Webb, 113. 
Pepler, Emma Florence, 143. 
Penrice, Mary, S9 ; Thomas, 89. 
Perceval, Anne Caroline, 109 ; Michael Henry, 109. 
Perkins, Frank, 60 ; John, 113; Mary, 113; Mary 

Ann Jenkins, 113 ; Thomas, 204. 
Perowne, Hester Sancroft, 205 ; Rev. John, 205 ; 

Mary Gillespie, 205 ; Mary Jane Eliza, 205 ; Rev. 

Thomas John, 205 ; Ven ble Thomas Thomason, 

205. 
Persse, Colonel Dudley Thomas, 158 ; Henrietta 

Maude Mary, 158 ; Mary, 158. 
Peterborough, Rt. Rev. Spencer Madan, Bishop of, 

30. 
Phillipps, Phillips, Charles James, 95 ; Charles John, 

95 ; Henrietta Clara Eliza, 95 ; Herbert Edward, 

95 ; Hugh March, 171 ; Sylvia Mary, 171. 
Philpott, Jane, 185 ; Mary, 185 ; Rev. Thomas, 185. 
Picot, Frances Mar)' Douglas, 176 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Henry Philip, 176. 
Pierce, Emily Elliott, 131 ; James Parker, 131. 
Pinney, Frederick Wyklbore Digby, 31. 
Pitt, Frances, 1 10 ; William Grey, 1 10. 
Pleydell, Cornelia, 91 ; Edmund Morton, 91. 
Plowden, Barbara, 170; Lady Mary, 170; William 

Francis, 170; William Henry Francis, 170. 
Pode, Ann Catharina, 64 ; Ann Duke, 64 ; Julian, 64. 
Pogson, Edward, 20 ; Frances Anne, 20. 
Porter, Christian, 153 ; Thomas, 153. 
Potter, Amy Charlotte, 12; Blanche, 126: Edward 

Gybbon, 12 ; George Gybbon, 12 ; Katharine 

Winifred, 12 ; Richard, 126, 128 ; Theresa, 128 ; 

Thomas Downes, 48. 
Poulden, Charles John, 173. 
Poulter, Rev. Prebendary, 126; Sophia, 126. 
Powys, Hon ble Edith Galfrida, 14 ; Rt. Rev. the 

IIon blc Horatio, Bishop of Sodor and Man, 14; 

Mary Elizabeth, Lady Lilford, 14; Thomas Alherton, 

Baron Lilford, 14. 
Prance, Hilda Frances, 67 ; Rev. Lewis Newcomen, 

67. 
Prendergast, Edmond, 187 ; Elizabeth, 187 ; Jeffrey, 

187 ; Susan Eva, 187. 
Preston, Dame Jane, 13; Pleasance, 13; Sir Thomas 

Hulton, Bt., 13. 
Price, Anna Elizabeth, 38 ; Christian Anne, 38 ; 

Elizabeth Anne, 37, 38 ; Francis, 38 ; Maria 

Catherine, 37 ; Nicholas, 37, 38 ; Ven ble Townley 

Blackwood, 37 ; William Robert Arthur Blackwood, 

38 ; see Blackwood. 
Prideaux, Arthur Robert, 72. 
Priestman, David, 134; Elizabeth, 134. 
Primrose, Ebenezer Brown, 5 ; Edwin Brown, 5 ; 

Elizabeth, 5 ; Ketha Clarisse, 5. 
Prinsep, Harriet G., 172; Lieut. -Colonel Henry 

Auriel, 172 ; Hon bll: Mary Maud, 172. 
Proctor- Beauchamp, Hon ble Caroline Esther, 28 ; 

Maud, 28 ; Thomas William Brograve, 28. 
Prodgers, Caroline, 200 ; Edwin, 20O ; Rev. Edwin, 

200 ; Elizabeth Ellen, 200. 
di Prunetto, Marchese Evelyn Maud, 100 ; Marchese 

Ludovico Scarampi, 100 ; Marchese Maurigio 

Scarampi, IOO. 
Puckle, Caroline Georgiana, 15S; Richard, 158; 

William, 158. 
Pulsford, Anne, 22 ; William, 22. 
Purton, Elizabeth Robertson, 207 ; Rev. William 

Crosbie, 207. 
Pytches, Anne, 208 ; Elizabeth Susanna, 20S ; George 

Julian, 208 ; Irene Mildred, 208 ; John Thomas, 

208 ; Mary Elizabeth, 208 ; Thomas, 208 ; Rev. 

Thomas Arthur, 208 ; Thomas John Welldon, 208. 



R 



Rackham, Willoughby Breare Still, 156. 
Radstock, Granville George, Baron, 28. 
Raikes, Frances, 129; Robert, 129 ; Robert Taunton, 

129; Rosa Margaret, 129; Sophia Jane, 129. 
Ramsay, Hon bl(: Dorothy Cynthia, 203 ; Major- 
General George, 187 ; Jane, 187 ; John William, 

Earl of Dalhousie, 203 ; Hon ble Patrick William 

Maule, 203. 
Ramsden, John, 109 ; John George, 109 ; Sarah, 

109. 
Ransome, Hannah, 138; James, 138; Jane, 138. 
Rapp, General, 23, 174 ; Matilda, Countess, 23, 174. 
Ravogli, Giulia Orfeo, 126; Colonel Michall N., 

126. 
Rawlinson, Henry, 154; see Lindow. 
Rawson, Kvelyn Trevelyan, 3 ; Frederick Lawrence, 

3 ; Dame Marianne Sophia, 3 ; Sir Rawson 

William, 3. 
Ray, Eliza Catherine, 9 ; Walter, 9. 
Rayne, Louisa, 139; Robert, 139. 
Reade, George Hume, 154; Mary Julia, 154. 
Ready, John, 54 ; Maria Augustina, 54 ; Mary, 54. 
Reed, Caroline Frances, 66 ; John, 12 ; Colonel 

John, 66 ; Judith Chambers, 12. 
Reeve, Agatha Constance, 141 ; Amelia, 141 ; 

Edward J alloway, 141; George Horace, 141. 
Reid, Emily Mabel, 196; John, 192. 
Renshaw, Henrietta, 49 ; Henry, 49. 
Reynolds, Henry Revell, 32. 
Rhudde, Rev. Durand, 116; Harriet, 116. 
Rickards, Caroline, 208 ; Rev. George, 208. 
Rickman, Lieut. -Colonel Albert Divett, 22 : Mary 

Pulsford, 22; Captain Stuart Hamilton, R.N., 

22; Lieut. -General William, 22. 
Ridley, Florence Myra, 8 ; Henry Colborne 

Maunoir, 8 ; William Henry Wake, 8. 
Roberts, Colonel Edward, 66 ; Ella Margaret, 66 ; 

Georgiana, 91 ; Samuel, 97 ; General Thomas. 

91- 
Robinson, Alice Mary, 143; Edmund, 145, 173; 

Rev. Edmund, 173; Elizabeth Mary, 145; Henry, 

143 ; Jane, 143 ; John Henry, 143 ; Lawrence, 

118; Lydia, 173; Mary, 118. 
Robinson (formerly flicks), Jane, 63 ; Lancelot, 63. 
Robison, Samuel George, 35 ; Theresa Mary 

Euphemia, 35. 
Rodney, Hon bl '-' Anne Jane, 66 ; George, Baron, 66. 
Ronaldshay, Cecily, Countess of, 168 ; Lawrence 

John Lumley, Earl of, 168 ; see Dundas, 
Roper, Alfred, 192 ; Alfred Henry, 192 ; Emma, 

192. 
Rosebury, Gertrude Violet, 3 ; Hugh, 3. 
Rosenhagen, Anthony, 155; Arnold, 153, 160; 

Frances, 155 ; Louisa Craven, 155 ; Mary, 155 ; 

Melosine, 153, 160; Ven blc Philip, 155. 
Ross, Constance Edith, 49 ; Margaret, 49 ; Peter 

49- 

de Rougemont, Arthur Francis, 23 ; Irving 
Frederick, 23 ; Janet Emma, 23 ; Mary Rugge, 

23- 

Rout, Elizabeth Susanna, 208 ; Thomas, 208. 

Rowntree, Joseph, 134. 

Ruegg, Louis Henry, 113. 

Rugge-Price, Sir Arthur James, Bt., 23 ; Mary 

Rugge, 23. 
Rush, Emma Jane, 190 ; Henry Hayward, 190. 
Rushbrooke, Albinia Maria, 9 ; Bartle Davers, 

9 ; Christabel Henrietta, 9 ; Constance Tulia, 9 ; 

Eliza Catherine, 9 ; Frances, 9 ; Jermyn, 9 ; 

Colonel Robert, 9 ; Robert Basil Wyndham, 9 ; 

Robert Frederick Brownlow, 9 ; Robert Wyndham 

Jermyn, 9 ; Violette Emily, 9 ; William Henry, 9. 
Russell, Jane Eliza, 129 ; Sir William, Bt., 129. 
Ruxton, Caroline Diana, 187 ; Georgina Anne, 187 ; 

William, 187. 
Ryder, Hon ble Henry Dudley, 107. 



St. Leger, Caroline, 22 ; Hon bl<! Georgiana, 33 ; 

Ven ble James, 22 ; St. Ledger Aldworth, Viscount 

Doneraile, 33. 
Salt, Fanny, 31 ; Rev. Joseph, 31 ; Thomas, 31. 
Sanders, Emma Sophia, 151 ; Thomas Richard, 

151; 

Saunders, Henry Wilson Demain, 5. 

Sawbridge, Elizabeth Frances, 187 ; Robert Cooper, 
187. 

Scarbrough, Richard George, Earl of, 167. 

Schreiber, Arthur Thomas, 61. 

Scott, Sir Arthur Douglas Bateman, Bt., 175 ; Dame 
Catherine Juliana, 173 ; Catherine Matilda Annie 
Georgina, 116, 175 ; Major-General Douglas, 176 ; 
Rev. Sir Douglas Edward, Bt., 175 ; Douglas 
Francis, 175 ; Douglas William, 175 ; Captain 
Edward, R.N., 175 ; Edward Arthur Dolman, 
175; Sir Edward Dolman, Bt., 173, 174; 
Sir Edward William Dolman, Bt., 174 ; Dame 
Florence Ada, 175; Florence Susan Helen, 175; 
Frances Lucy Mary, 175 ; Frances Maria, 174 ; 
Frances Mary Douglas, 176 ; Frances Rusk, 
98; Sir Francis Edward, Bt., 116, 173; Helen, 

175 ; Henrietta Belle, 176 ; John, 81 ; John 
Esmond, 179; Joseph, 13 ; Sir Joseph, Bt., 173; 
Lucy, 176; Dame Lydia, 173; Mabel Augusta, 

176 ; Dame Margaret, 173 ; Maria, 174 ; Mary, 13, 
173, 174; Dame Mildred Anne, 173; Mildred 
Henrietta, 174; Penelope Jane, 81; Septimus 
Richard, 21, 26 ; Timothy, 98 ; William, 173 ; 
Rev. William, 174; William Douglas, 174; 
William Henry, 174. 

Seabrook, Ellen, 188 ; Thomas, 188. 

Seaton, Rev. John Montague, 155 ; Margaret Ethel 

Clara, 155. 
Seaward, Edward, 132; Frances Anne, 132. 
Sewell, Margaret Lizzie Crane, 162. 
Shann, William Arthur, 41. 
Sharp, Amelia Eliza, 107 ; James, 107. 
Sharpe, Catherine, 45 ; Samuel 45. 
Shaw, Emma, 200 ; George, 200. 
Shelan, Walter John, 162. 
Sheldon, Jane, 188. 
Shepherd, Rev. Francis Burton, 161. 
Sheppard, Brenton Murray, 8 ; Gertrude, 8 ; Sher- 

bourne, 8 ; Sophia, 8. 
Shewell, Ann Talwin, 138; Elizabeth, 201; John, 

201 ; Mary, 137 ; Richard Bevington, 140 ; Sarah, 

140 ; Thomas, 137, 140 ; Rev. William Marten, 138. 
Shirley, Rev. Arthur George Sewallis, 91 ; Mary 

Beadon, 91. 
Short, Rev. Ambrose, 184 ; Jane, 1S4 ; Lucy, 184 ; 

Rev. William, 184. 
Shuckburgh, Harriet, 113; Rev. John Nicholas, 113. 
Sidmouth, William Wells, Viscount, 86. 
Simeon, Charlotte, 85. 

Sinclair, Jane Anne Wilhelmina, 82 ; William, 82. 
Slater, Frances, 187 ; George, 187. 
Slessor, Alethea, 24 ; Rev. John Henry, 24. 
Slocock, Edmund, 127 ; Elizabeth, 127 ; Rev. 

Frederick Henry, 127 ; Judith Emily, 127. 
Smee, Elizabeth, 72 ; Emma Julia, 71 ; Joseph, 71 ; 

Joseph Holt, 72. 
Smijth, John, 107 ; Mary Dorothy, 107. 
Smith, Ann, 57 ; Ann Eliza, 31 ; Charlotte, 201 ; 

David, 201 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; Everilda Dorothea, 

160; Frances Anne, j6 ; George Pyemont, 62; 

Harry Masterton, 21 ; John, 7, 70; John William, 

57; Sir John Wyldbore, Bt., 31; Mary, 70; 

Mary Ann, 70 ; Mary Elizabeth, 62 ; Robert 

George, 5 ; Sarah, 140 ; Ursula F'rances, 21 ; 

William 76; Rev. William, 160; William R., 

140. 
Snell, -, 55. 
Sodor and Man, Rt. Rev. the Hon bte Horatio 

Powys, Bishop of, 14. 



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Solis, Alice, 156; Alice Rose, 156; Edward de 
Selvier, 156. 

Southampton, Charles Henry, Baron, 167 ; Hilda 
Mar)-, Lady, 167. 

Sparrow, Constance Julia, 9 ; Rev. John Beridge, 9 ; 
Louisa, Henrietta, 9. 

Spears, Clark, 140; Mary Elizabeth, 140. 

Spence, Elizabeth, 138; Emma, 141; John Foster, 
138; Mary, 143; Rachel, 137; Robert, 137; 
Sarah, 142. 

Spencer, Catharine, 39, 85 ; Henry, 39, 85. 

Sprot, Cecilia Elizabeth, 201 ; Charlotte Gertrude, 
201 ; Elizabeth, 201 ; Georgina Mary, 201 ; 
Lieut. -General John, 201 ; Mark, 201. 

Squarey, Newill Pitts, 42. 

Stacey, Rev. James, 98. 

Stanfield, Isabel, 38 ; John, 38. 

Stanton, Rev. Alfred Herbert, 130 ; Edith Eleanor, 
130; Mary, 130; Rev. William Henry, 130. 

Staples, Alice Mary, 71 ; Caroline, 72 ; Constance 
Jane, 70; Dorothy Violet Alice, 71; Edith 
Constance, 71 ; Elizabeth, 72 ; Emma, 72 ; Emma 
Julia, 71 ; Emma Louisa, 71 ; Henry John, 70; 
John, 70; Sir John, 70; John James, 71 ; Kezia 
Matilda, 72; Louise Mary Ann, 71 ; Lydia, 70; 
Mary Ann, 70, 72 ; Dame Mary Ann Elizabeth, 
70; Muriel Margaret Mabel, 71 ; Sydney Francis, 
71 ; Thomas Henry, 72; Violet Maud Margaret, 
71 ; Walter, 71. 

Start, Mary, 134; William, 134. 

Staunton, Beatrix Amy, 154 ; General George, 154 ; 
Henrietta Sara, 154. 

Stephenson, Augustus Frederick William Keppel, 
166. 

Stevens, C. M., 169; Georgina, 169; John Henry, 
81 ; Maude, 81. 

Steward, Catherine Porterfield, no; Robert, no; 
Samuel, 9. 

Stewart, Alan, 35; Rev. Dr. Anthony, 50; Arthur, 
35 ; Catherine, 32 ; Lady Catherine, 32 ; Charles 
Patrick, 32 ; Hon ble Edward Richard, 35 ; Grace, 
50; Hon ble Henrietta Anne, 31; Horatio 
Granville Murray, 31; Lieut. -Colonel the Hon ble 
James Henry Keith, 31 ; John, Earl of Galloway, 
31, 32; Lilias Miller, 50; Mary Judith, 35; 
Hon ble Montgomeric Granville John, 32 ; Hon ble 
Reginald, 31 ; Walter, 35. 

Stocker, Ada Mary, 102 ; Alonzo Harold, 102 ; 
Alonzo Henry, 102 ; Susan Doidge Crawsman, 
102 ; Thomas, 102. 
Stokes, Francis Griffith, 196 ; Sarah Shelton, 196. 
Stones, Francis, 93 ; Mary, 93. 
Stooks, Caroline Eliza, 66 ; Caroline Frances, 66 ; 

Charles Francis, 66. 
Stott, Eliza, 5 ; Joshua, 5. 
Stretch, Julia Marina, 125 ; Theodore, 125 ; Ven ble 

Theodore Carlos Benoni, 125. 
Strippe, Mary, 64 ; William Slade, 64. 
Strong, Mary, 21 ; Thomas, 21. 
Stronghill, Louise, 51. 
Stroud, Elizabeth Ann, 115 ; James, 115 ; Rev. John, 

113, 115 ; Mary, 115. 
Stuart, Hon ble Archibald, 91 ; Caroline, 100 ; 
Caroline Jane Julia, 108 ; Hon ble Cornelia, 91 ; 
Rev. Edmund Luttrell, 91 ; Elizabeth, 91 ; 
Francis, Earl of Moray, 91 ; Francis James, 
91; Lieut. -Colonel Hartwell Harvey, 108 ; John 
Arthur, 100 ; William Kier, 108. 
Sturges, Anne, 20. 

Styles, Sir John Haskin Eyles, Bt., 118; Mary, 118. 
Suckling, Rev. Alfred Inigo, 195 ; Anna Maria, 195 ; 
Barbara, 196; Caroline, 197; Charles Richard, 
197 ; Constance Hopton, 19S ; Elizabeth Cranfield, 
198; Emma, 197; Evelyn Maria Elsden, 197; 
Fanny, 197 ; Fanny Jane, 198 ; Florence Horatio 
Nelson, 197 ; Francis Earle, 197 ; Rev. Henry 
Edward, 197 ; John Lionel, 198; Katherine Webb, 
196 ; Louisa, 197 ; Lucy, 195 ; Lucy Clementina, 



195; Margaret Anne, 197; Mary, 198; Mary 
Sarah, 196 ; Rev. Maurice Shelton, 196 ; Robert, 
195 ; Rev. Robert Alfred, 195 ; Rev. Robert Alfred 
John, 196 ; Robert William Shelton, 197 ; Rosa 
Matilda, 196; Sarah Shelton, 196; Captain 
Thomas, R.N., 197; Vice-Admiral William 
Benjamin, 197 ; see Fox. 
Surtees, Anne, 201 ; Anne Hepburne, 199 ; Bertha, 
200, 202 ; Bertha Etelka, 203 ; Caroline Isabel, 

200 ; Colonel Charles Freville, 200, 202 ; Cicely 
Isabel, 200; Crozier, 199; Dorothy Cynthia, 203 ; 
Dorothy Joan, 201 ; Elizabeth, 199 ; Elizabeth 
Ellen, 200 ; Eliza Snell, 199 ; Georgina Mary, 

201 ; Helen Winifred Muriel, 201 ; Henry Edward, 
199 ; Henry Ralph Crosier, 201 ; Henry Siward 
Baliol, 201 ; Brig. -General Herbert Conyers, 202; 
Isabel Mary, 199; Isabel Muriel, 201 ; Jane, 199; 
Madeleine Augusta, 202 ; Margaret Caroline, 199 ; 
Robert, 199; Robert Lambton, 199, 201. 

Sutherland, Alice, 147 ; James, 147. 

Sutton, Edward, 168; Mary, 168. 

Swanston, George John, 157; Margaret Emilie 

Isabel, 157. 
Swayne, Caroline, 72 ; Henry Walter, 72 ; John 

Pile, 72 ; Stephen Smith, 72 ; Thomas Perrior, 72. 
Swinburne, Rev. James, 87 ; Rev. Stanley, 87. 
Swinfen-Broun, Elizabeth Doris, 116; Laura, 116; 

Colonel Michael Alexander Wilsone, 116. 
Swithinbank, Amy, 131 ; Harold William, 131 ; 

Isobel, 131. 
Symons, Elizabeth, 63. 



Talbot, James, 1 68 ; Margaret Matilda, 168 ; Mary, 

1 68. 
Tapply, Edward, 72. 
Tarleton, Alfred Henry, 94, 119; Anne, 120; 

Sir Banastre, Bt., 118; Banaster Henry, 120; 

Charlotte, 118; Edith Finelta, 119; Edward, 

120; Eliza Frances, 118; Elizabeth, 120; 

Fanny, 118; Finetta, 119; Dame Finetta Esther, 

94, 119; Frances, 118; Frances Egerton, 

120; Freda Henrietta, 119; Helen Emma 

Boycott, 120; Helen Maud, 119 ; Henrietta 

Charlotte, 94, 119; Jane, 120 ; John Walter, 120; 

Admiral Sir John Walter, 94, 119; Leigh 

Trafford, 120; Mary, 118; Mary Beatrice, 119; 

Susan, 120; Thomas, 118, 119; Vera Constance, 

119 ; William 120. 
Tatham, Barbara, 62 ; Thomas Daniel Fearon, 62. 
Taunton, Alice Mary, 161 ; Flora Charlotte, 161 ; 

Frances, 129; Rev. Frederick, 161 ; Sir William 

Elias, 129. 
Taylor, Frederick Oddin, 39, 40 ; George Edward 

Moore, 180 ; Rev. John, 39, 85 ; Martha Mau- 

leverer, 180 ; Sarah Bingham, 97. 
Teague, Harriet, 103 ; James Alexander, 103 ; 

Sophia Caroline, 103. 
Tennent, Jane, 149 ; John, 149. 
Tennyson, George, 93 ; Mary, 93- 
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, Alfred Edmund Clayton, 95 ; 

Alice Julia, 94 ; Ashton Lovett, 95 ; Cecily Lovett, 

95 ; Charles, 93 ; Charlotte Ruth, 94 ; Clara 
Maria, 96 ; Dorothy Ruth, 94 ; Edmund Charles, 
94; Admiral Edwin Clayton, 93, 119; Ellen 
Elizabeth, 96 ; Emma Frances Mary, 95 ; Eustace 
Alexander, 95 ; Eustace Gervais, 95 ; Sir Eustace 
Henry William, 95 ; Frances Mary, 93 ; George 
Hildeyard, 93 ; Helena Catherine Sophia, 95 ; 
Lady Henrietta, 93, 119 ; Henrietta Charlotte, 94, 
119; Henrietta Clara Eliza Tennyson, 95; Janet 
Watson, 95 ; Julia Frances, 93 ; Louis Charles, 
94 ; Millicent Ellen Jean, 94 ; Ralph Eustace 
Lovett, 96 ; Sophia, 94 ; Walter Louis Frederick, 

96 ; William Henry, 96. 

Thacker, Lieut. -Colonel John, 67 ; Violet Anne, 67. 



Thairwell, Frederick James, 62. 

Thisclton-Dyer, Frances Harriet, 157; Dame 

Harriet Anne, 157 ; Sir William Turner, 157. 
Thomas, Blanche Maude, 33. 
Thompson, Emma Florence, 143; Frances C. E. , 

130; Francis, 130, 143; Francis Longstreth, 143; 

Mildred Grace, 143 ; Dame Millicent Ellen Jean, 

94 ; Sir Thomas Raikes, Bt. , 94 ; Sir Thomas 

Raikes Lovelt, Bt. , 94. 
Thomson, Charlotte, 201 ; Helen Winifred Muriel, 

201 ; John James, 201. 
Thornewell, Anne, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 
Thorp, Abigail, 138; Mary, 34; Thomas, 34, 13S. 
Thorpe, Margaret Anne, 197 ; Rev. Saint John 

Wells, 197 ; Thomas Wells, 197. 
Thurgar, Edith, 141 ; William Augustus, 141. 
Thurlow, Ann, 45 ; Giles, 45. 
Tillott, Anne, 206 ; James, 206. 
Tod, Todd, Elizabeth, 53 ; George, 53 ; Margaret 

Georgina, 42. 
Tomkinson, Anne, 120; Henry, 120; Susan, 120; 

Lieut. -Colonel William, 120. 
Tower, Cecilia, 203 ; Christopher Cecil, 203 ; 

Christopher John Hume, 203 ; Christopher 

Thomas, 205 ; Dorothy Cynthia, 203 ; Harriet 

Elizabeth, 205 ; Hugh Christopher, 203 ; Rev. 

Robert Beauchamp, 203. 
Trafford, Eliza Frances, 118; George, 1 18; John 

Leigh, 118; His Honour Richard Leigh, 118; 

Trafford, 1 1 S ; see Leigh. 
Treherne, Louisa, III, 
Trimmer, John Alfred, 9 ; Mabel Eliza, 27 ; Violette 

Emily, 9 ; William, 27. 
Tryon, Eliza Catherine, 9 ; Major-General Samuel, 

9 ; Warwick Falkland, 9. 
Tucker, Rev. Comyns, 120; Fanny, 120; Jane, 120; 

Rev. Peter, 120. 
Tully, H. Robson, 81 ; Louie, 81. 
Tupper, Heathfield, 146 ; Julia Anne, 146. 
Turner, Catharine, 5 ; Collina, 156 ; Dawson, 86 ; 

Edward, 91 ; Eliza, 5; John, 93; Maria, 86; 

Mary, 93 ; Mary Beadon, 91 ; William, 5. 
Turney, Albert Thomas, 206 ; Anna, 206 ; Christine 

Frederica, 206 ; Clara Ellen, 207 ; Edmund, 206 ; 

Elizabeth Margaret, 207 ; Elsie Kathleen, 207 ; 

Emma, 206 ; Emma Christine, 206 ; Frank, 206 ; 

George Leonard, 206, 207 ; Henry James, 206 ; 

Horace Ferguson, 207 ; Horace George, 207 ; James, 

206 ; James Neeve, 206 ; Jessie Anna, 206 ; Leonard 
William, 206 ; Leonore Jourgensen, 206; Margaret, 

207 ; Mary Dorothea, 207 ; Sophia Elizabeth, 206. 
Tumour, Rev. Adolphus Augustus, 46 ; Charles 

Chad, 46 ; Edward, Earl of Winterton, 46 ; 
Frances Anne, 46 ; Frances Louisa, 46. 
Tyssen, Samuel, 195 ; Sarah, 195. 



Vaughan, Margaret, 144. 

Vassall, see ¥o\. 

Vaux, Horatio Ralph, 142 ; Lilly Gray, 142. 

Vernon, Caroline Diana, 187 ; Charles, 187 ; 

Margaret Eliza, 71; Thomas, 71. 
Versturme, Alicia Gertrude, 170 ; Louis Robert 

James, 170. 
Vialls, Charles Marsh, 109. 
Vine, Emma, 144. 
Vizard, Thomas Trewren, 35. 
Vowel, Elizabeth, 187. 



W 



Wace, Alfred Augustus, 1S4; Leonard Henry, 184; 

Mary, 184. 
Wake, Admiral Baldwin Arden, 8 ; Florence 

Myra, 8. 



Wakefield, Henry, 25 ; Violet Mary, 25. 
Waldegrave, Hon ble Caroline Esther, 28 ; Granville 

George, Baron Radstock, 28. 
Walford, Henrietta, 133; Henry, 133; Louisa, 133. 
Walker, Agnes, m ; Annie Lynch, 7 ; Arthur 

Kent, 8 ; Aubrey Turner, 8 ; Betty Constance 

Josephine, 7 ; Catharine, 5 ; Catharine Doreen, 7 ; 

Charles, 5 ; Charles Alexander, 7 ; Charles 

Augustus, 5 ; Charles John, 5 ; Chota Catherine, 

8 ; Cyril Herbert, 7 ; Cyril Turner, 7 ; Doris, 7 ; 

Dorothea Elizabeth, 8; Edith Emily Agnes, in ; 

Edward Arthur Fulford, 8 ; Eleanor Seaflower, 6 ; 

Eliza Jane, 27, 36 ; Ellen Louisa, 6 ; Ethel May, 

6 ; Eva Isabella, 7 ; Fanny, 28 ; Fanny Harriett, 

6 ; Frederic, 7 ; Frederic Percy, 7 ; Gertrude, 8 ; 

Gertrude Alice, 6 ; Harriett Kent, 5 ; Hector 

Ernest, 8 ; Herbert Frederic, 6, 7 ; Iris Mary 

Constance, 7; James Campbell, in ; Jane, 5; 

Ketha Clarisse, 5 ; Mary Fulford, 8 ; Nina Blanche 

Myrtle, 7 ; Richard, 5 ; Richard Turner, 7 ; Sarah, 

S ; Rev. Thomas, 27, 28, 36 ; Vera Constance, 8 ; 

Wilfred Percy, 7 ; William Turner, 7 ; Zoe Irene 

Dardis, 8 ; see Danvers -Walker. 
Walter, Lieut. -Colonel Edward, 65 ; Mary, 65. 
Walton, Charles Bendysche, 182 ; Nora Jessie, 182. 
Ward, Edward, 146; G. S., 26; Rev. the Hon ble 

Henry, 3 ; Marianne Sophia, 3 ; May, 26 ; 

Richard, 117. 
Wardle, Dame Elizabeth, 84 ; Hugh, 84 ; Margaret 

Elizabeth, 84 ; Sir Thomas, 84. 
Warner, Anne Maria, 204 ; Eleanor Mary, 64 ; Rev. 

James Lee, 204 ; Percy H. G. , 64 ; Powell, 64. 
Warwick, John, 82 ; Mary, 82 ; Mary Elizabeth, 82. 
Waters, Dorothy, 21 ; Robert Floyd, 21. 
Watson, Edith, 143 ; Helen Lindsay, 142 ; James, 

143 ; Rev. John, 8 ; Joseph, 142 ; Lucy, 142 ; 

Margaret Lindsay, 142 ; Martha Elizabeth, 8 ; 

Maty, 143 ; Mary Fulford, 8 ; Sarah, 142 ; William 

Lindsay, 142. 
Watt, Dorothea Snell, 62 ; Francis, 60, 62 ; Sarah, 

60. 
Watts-Russell, Jesse David, 14 ; Mary Neville, 14 ; 

Susan Helen, 14. 
Way, George, 189 ; Hilda de, 189. 
Weaith, Frances, 187 ; Henry, 187, 
Weaver, John, 48 ; John Downes, 48 ; Marian, 48. 
Weekes, Elizabeth Mary, 144. 

Weighell, Ann, 189; John, 189 ; Margaret Ann, 189. 
Welldon, Agnes Mildred, 208 ; Rev. Charles Edward, 

208 ; Rev. Frank William, 208 ; Irene Mildred, 

208 ; Rt. Rev. James Edward Cowell, 208. 
Wells, Charlotte Emma, 127 ; Edward, 127 ; Rev. 

George, 127. 
Wenden, James Gordon, 35. 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Hon ble Alice Louisa, 172 ; 

Hon bl= George, 172 ; Maud, 172; see Fitzwilliam. 
Were, J. B., 8 ; Sophia, 8. 
Wheler, Wheeler, Ann, 61 ; Charles, 61 ; Rev. 

Charles, 61; Edward, 48; Granville Hastings, 

61 ; Joseph, 81 ; Mary Anne, 48 ; Mary 

Elizabeth Miriam, 81; Sarah, 48; Thomas, 4S; 

see Medhurst. 
Whitaker, Rev. George Henry, 62 ; Herbert 

William, 62 ; Lucy, 62. 
Whitby, Edward, 173; Margaret, 173; Mary, 173; 

Thomas, 173. 
Whitear, Anne, 204 ; Elizabeth, 204 ; Rev. William, 

204. 
Whitehead, Annie, 23 : Rev. James, 23. 
Whitelock, John William, 199. 
Whitlow, Ann, 135 ; Charles Henry, 135. 
Whitmore, Robert, 131; Sophia Anne, 131. 
Whitney, Alice Julia, 64 ; Thomas Annesley, 64. 
Whitty, Annie, 46 ; Charles Richard, 46 ; Rev. 

David La Touche, 46. 
Wickens, James, 20. 

Wickham, Agnes, 1 ; Rev. Edmund Dawe, 2 ; 
W., 1. 



Wild, Flora Charlotte, 161 ; Commissary-General 

John, 161. 
Wildernian, Florence Ada, 175 ; W., 175. 
Wilkin, Charles Lestock, 7 ; Nina Blanche Myrtle, 7. 
Wilkinson, Bernard Kedington Kodwell, 125 ; Rev. 

George Pearson, 199; James, 199; Colonel Josiah, 

125 ; Margaret, 199 ; Margaret Mary, 125. 
Williams, B., 176; Caroline Matilda, 20; Edith 

Sarah, 54 ; Henrietta Belle, 176 ; John Edgar, 54 ; 

Lucy, 194; Rev. Robert Edgar, 54; Sophia, 54; 

William Molyneux, 194. 
Williamson, Sir Hedworth, Bt., 166; Dame Maria, 

166 ; Sophia Jane, 166. 
Willies, Susan Doidge Crawsman, 102 ; William, 102. 
Willis, Rose Emily, 61 ; Rev. William Newcombe, 61. 
Wilson, Adelaide Anne, 152 ; Aubrey Brenda Knyvet, 

150; Brereton Knyvet, 150; Gertrude Brenda, 

150; James Edward Bowles, 152 ; James Leonard, 

152; John, 83 ; Margaret Maude, 83; Maria, 11 ; 

William, II. 
Wingfield-Digby, Ann Eliza, 31 ; John Digby, 31 ; 

Rev. John Digby, 31 ; Maria, 31 ; William George 

Digby, 3»- 

Winslow, Elizabeth, 140 ; Seth, 140. 

Winter, Alfred John, 41 ; Rev. George William, 41 ; 
Harriet Price Chanty, 41 : Heathcote Gordon, 41 ; 
John Palmer, 41 ; Mary, 41. 

Winterbotham, William Howard, 27, 28. 

Winterton, Edward, Earl of, 46. 

Wirgman, Rev. Augustus, 84 j Ven b,e Augustus 
Theodore, 84 ; Jane Elizabeth, 84 ; Rose, 84. 

Wise, Emily, 192 ; Henry, 192. 

Wilham, Philip, 117. 

Wullaston, Althea, 91 ; Rev. Francis, 91 ; Louisa 
Decima Hyde, 91. 

Wolseley, Caroline Hastings, 78 ; Elizabeth, 76 ; 
Ellen Elizabeth, 78 ; Dame Esther Louise, 78 ; 
Frances Anne, 76 ; Frances Garnet, Viscountess, 
77 ; Frances Jane, 78 ; Frederick York, 7S ; Garnet 
John, 78 ; Garnet Joseph, 76 ; General Sir George 
Benjamin, 78; Field • Marshal Garnet Joseph, 
Viscount, 77 ; Louisa, Viscountess, 77 ; Mary 
Reeves, 78 ; Matilda Emily Victoria, 76 ; Sir 
Richard, Bt., 76 ; Surgeon-General Richard, 78 ; 
William, 76 ; Rev. William, 76. 

Wood, Hon ble Alice Louisa, 168 ; Andrew, 205 ; 
Charles, Viscount Halifax, 168 ; Judith, 124 ; 
Mary Gillespie, 205 ; William, 124. 

Woodman, Ann, 189 ; Thomas, 189. 

Woodrow, Anne, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Woodward, Deborah, 195 ; Lucy, 195 j William, 
195 ; Rev. William, 195. 

Woollcombe, Alfred, 67 ; Anne Catharina, 64 ; Basil 
Richard, 66 ; Caroline, 66 ; Caroline Eliza, 66 ; 
Caroline Priscilla, 63 ; Catherine Margaret, 65 ; 
Catherine Margery, 65 ; Charles George Ley, 
67 (and Addeiu/a, page Ixxix.) ; Rev. Charles 
Kenneth, 67 ; Edgar John Philip, 67 ; Edith, 63 ; 
Edith lone, 65 ; Edith Mary, 64 ; Rev. Edward 
Percy, 67 (and Addenda, page Ixxix. ) ; Eleanor 
Agnes, 64 ; Eleanor Mary, 64 ; Elizabeth Cathe- 
rine, 67 ; Ella Margaret, 66 ; Florence Eleanor 
Emily, 67 j Frances Jane, 67 ; Frank Rupert, 
67 ; Geoffrey Reginald, 66 ; George, 63 ; Vice- 
Admiral Geoige, 63, 6S ; George Arthur Ley, 
65 ; Rev. George Ley, 63 ; Gladys Con- 
stance, 67 ; Gladys Hilda, 65 ; Gladys Mary, 
(Addenda, page Ixxix. ) ; Harry Eden, 64 ; Vice- 
Admiral Henry Bedford, 64 ; Henry Cardew, 65 ; 
Hilda Frances, 67 ; Humphry William, 65 ; 
James Yonge, 65 ; Jane, 63 ; Jane Bedford, 63 ; 
Jocelyn Mary, 66 ; John, 67 ; John Francis, 
65 ; Kate Hilda, 65 ; Kenneth Macaulay, 66 ; 
Lilian Mary, 67 ; Lorna Mary, 65 ; Mabel 
Catherine, 65 ; Maria, 63 ; Marion Honor, 67 ; 



Mary, 65 ; Mary Catharina, 66 ; Mary Eliza- 
beth, 63 ; Mary Jane, 64 ; Captain Maurice, 
R.N., 66; Maurice Annesley, 66; Priscilla, 
63 ; Reginald, 67 ; Richaid, 66 ; Robert, 65 ; 
Sarah Ann, 66 ; Sarah Maria, 66 (and Addenda, 
page Ixxix.); Thomas, 63; Thomas Robinson, 
65 ; Violet Anne, 67 ; Walter Ley, 65 ; 
William, 63, 65; William John, 64; Winifred 
Lina, 66. 

Woollcombe-Adams, Cecil Edward George, 68 ; 
Dorothy Katharine Adams, 69; Lieut. -Colonel 
Edward, 66, 68 ; Elizabeth Susan, 68 ; Emma 
Louisa, 66, 68 ; Evelyn Frances Adams, 68 ; 
Gwendoline Mary, 69 ; Hilda Margaret, 69 ; Peter 
Edward, 68 ; sec Adams. 

Woolmer, Edward, 68 ; Mary Susan, 68. 

Worlhington, Alice, 81 ; Alice Elizabeth, 83 ; 
Andrew Jukes, 82, 181 ; Andrew Yorke, 8^ ; Anne 
Maria, 79; Arthur George, 81 ; Blanche Louisa, 
81 ; Charles, 81 ; Charles Henry, 80 ; Eliza, 81 ; 
Elizabeth, 79, 80 ; Emily Jane, 83 ; Emma 
Susanna, So ; Ernest Andrew, 83 ; Freda Margaret, 
83 ; George, 79, 80 ; George Samuel, 80 ; Guy 
Jukes, 83; Gwenyth, 83; Harriet Rebecca, 80; 
Heather Myra, 81 ; Henrietta Charlotte, 79; Jane 
Jukes, 81 ; John Derrick, 81 ; Jonathan, 79 ; 
Jonathan Ernest, 81 ; Jonathan York, 79 ; Lancelot 
Jukes, S4 ; Laura Eliza, S2, 181 ; Louie, 81 ; Lucy 
Anne, 80; Mabel, 81; Margaret Elizabeth, 84; 
Margaret Maude, S3 ; Marian, 81 : Mary- 
Ann, 80; Mary Elizabeth Miriam, 81; Mary 
Jane, 80 ; Maude, 80, 81 ; Molly, 81 ; Myra, 
81 ; Noel Worthington, 81 ; Penelope Jane, 
81; Penelope Maude, 81; Philip Jukes, 84; 
Rebecca, 79; Reginald Yorke, 81; Richard 
Jukes, 80 ; Roger Ernest, 83 ; Rose, 84 ; 
Sarah, 79 ; Sarah Booth, 82 ; Sarah Caroline, 
82 ; Sarah York, 80 ; Susanna, 79 ; Sybil, 
83; Thomas Henry Yorke, Si; Walter Moore, 

Worthington -Wilmer, Lieut. -Colonel Louis, 145 ; 
Louis Emilius Chudleigh, 145 ; Olive Armitage, 

'45- 
Wright, J. P., 198 ; J. Smith, 14; Mary, 198 ; Mary 

Neville, 14. 
Wrigley, Annie, 23 ; Emma, 23 ; Oswald Osmund, 

2 3- 
Wylde, Jane, 185 ; Rev. John, 185. 



Yarborougb, Charles, Baron, 56. 

Yates, Frances Mary, 94 ; John Ashton, 94 ; Sophia, 

Yelloly, Anna Maria, 195 ; John, 125 ; Sarah, 195. 
Yeoman, Ann, 166 ; Rev. Constantine Bernard, 167 ; 

Henry Walker, 166; Rev. Henry Walker, 166; 

Lady Margaret Bruce, 166. 
Yerburgh, Charlotte Mary, 156 ; John, 156. 
Yonge, Ann Duke, 64 ; Rev. Duke, 64. 
York, Aaron, 79 ; Sarah, 79 ; Most Rev. William 

Dalrymple Maclagan, Archbishop of, 28. 
Yorke, John Daniel Watson, 102. 
Young, Anne, 11; Eliza, 11; Elizabeth, 120; 

Frances, 11 ; James, II ; John, 120. 



Zetland, Lawrence, Earl of, 166 ; Lawrence, 
Marquess of, 167 ; Lilian Selina Elizabeth, 
Marchioness of, 167 ; Sophia Jane, Countess of, 
166 ; Thomas, Earl of, 166 ; Thomas, Baron, 166 ; 
see Dundas. 



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actions anii Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ABERCROMBY. Vol. n, page 61.— 
George Ralph Campbell, Baron Aber- 
cromby, died in London on Tuesday, 
30 October 191 7. 

Juliet Janet Georgina, Lady Aber- 
cromby, died at Camperdown House, 
near Dundee, co. Forfar, on Wednes- 
day, 8 December 1915. 

ABNEY. Vol. 12, page 152. — Charles 
Edward Abney died in February 191 3. 

Page 152 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page i.) — Henry Charles Wootton and 
Janet Bentley Abney have issue a 
daughter, born at Cambridge on Friday, 
6 October 19 16. 

ADAMS. Vol 13, page 28.— Percy Walter 
Lewis Adams of Woore Manor, near 
Crewe, co. Chester, married at St. 
George's, Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. 
Stafford, on Wednesday, 26 April 1916, 
Ada Gladys, eldest daughter of Archi bald 
Douglas of Salwarpe and of High Park, 
both co. Worcester, and of Kingsland, 
Newcastle-under-Lyme (see page 1J9 
of present volume); born 5 November, 
baptised at Salwarpe 14 December 1889. 
They have issue a son, Ralph Douglas 
Gresley Adams, born 1 May, baptised 
at the parish church, Wolstanton, co. 
Stafford, 15 June 19 17. 

ADAMS. Vol. 18, page 13.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Edward Woollcombe-Adams 
died, aged 72, at Anstey Hall, co. 
Warwick, on Monday, 30 November 
1 9 14, and was buried at Anstey. Will 
dated 30 October 1901, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 171, 15) 10 February 19 1.5, by 
Emily Louisa Woollcombe-Adams, 
relict (see Pedigree of Woollcombe- 
Adams, page 68 of present volume). 

Emma Louisa, elder daughter of 
Captain George Curtis Adams, R.N., 
and widow of above, died at Anstey 



ADAMS, continued. 

Hall on Friday, 13 August, and was 
buried at Anstey on Tuesday, 17 August 
1915. Will dated 26 March 1915, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 7, 15) 15 October 1915, by 
Richard Woollcombe and Basil Richard 
Woollcombe. 

Page 16. — Major George Stopford 
Adams, Lancashire Fusiliers, was killed 
in action at the Dardanelles on Friday, 
1 1 June 19 1 5. 

AIRY. Vol. 7, page 117. — Arthur Langton 
Airy, Lieutenant Northamptonshire 
Regiment, was killed in action, near 
La Bassee, France, on the night of 
10 and 11 January 1915. 

Page 118. — Christabel, 3rd daughter 
of Sir George Biddell Airy, K.C.B., 
died at the White House, Croom's 
Hill, Greenwich, co. Kent, on Friday, 
8 June, and was buried at Playford, 
co. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 13 June 
1917. 

James Osmund Airy, temporary 
Major (acting Lieut.- Colonel) Man- 
chester Regiment, married by special 
licence at St. Andrew's, Bournemouth, 
co. Hants, on Sunday, 22 July 191 7, 
Gladys Maud, youngest daughter of 
Charles Loudon of 113 Richmond 
Park Road, Bournemouth. 

Cathmar, youngest daughter of 
Osmund Airy, LL.D., of Cartref, 
Crowthorne, co. Berks, was married at 
Crowthome 21 July 19 14, to Eustace 
Mallabone Eustace, M.A., Assistant 
Master at Wellington College, younger 
son of the Rev. John Mallabone 
Eustace, Rector of Challacombe, co. 
Devon. 

Page 119. — Beatrice, 5th daughter of 
the Rev. William Airy, died at Bedford 
on Friday, 9 November, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Bedford on 
Wednesday, 14 November 1917. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



ALINGTON. Vol. 7, page 29.— George 
Henry Alington, Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers, attached 2nd Battalion 9th 
Gurkha Rifles, was killed in action near 
Kut, Mesopotamia, aged 29, 23 February 
1917. 

Addenda, Vol. 16, page i. — The 
Rev. the Hon We Maurice Berkeley 
Peel, M.C., Chaplain to the Forces, 
attached to Royal Welsh Fusiliers 
(husband of Emily [see page 2p], 
younger daughter of Julius Alington), 
was killed near Bullecourt, France, 
while rescuing wounded, 15 May 191 7. 

ALLCROFT. Vol. 8, page 58.— 
Margaret Jane, widow of Herbert John 
Allcroft, was married at Onibury, co. 
Salop, on Tuesday, 9 January 191 7, 
to Brigadier-General John Guy Rotton, 
C.M.G., R.A. 

Page 59 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page i.) — Walter Lacy Allcroft, Lieu- 
tenant 3rd Border Regiment, and 
Ethel his wife have further issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Margaret May, 
born at 11 Lymington Road, West 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
13 May 1 9 16, baptised at St. Martin's, 
Gospel Oak, co. Middlesex, 1 2 July 
1916. 

ALLEN. Vol. 9, page 160 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page i.) — George Edmund 
Allen was buried at Maymyo, Burma, 
India, 9 February 19 14. Will dated 

6 May 1903, proved in the Principal 
Registry 27 June 1914, by Captain 
Frederick John Dalgety, nephew, and 
the Rev. Frederick William Knox, 
brother-in-law. 

ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 86.— Robert 
Lancelot Allgood died, aged 60, 
at Titlington, Alnwick, co. North- 
umberland, on Tuesday, 10 October 
1916. 

Page 88. — Bertram Allgood, Captain 
Irish Rifles, was killed in action at 
Armentieres, France, on Monday, 7 
December 19 14. 

ALLIX. Vol 8, page 138 (and Addenda, 
Vol. ij, page i.) — Charles Israel 
Loraine and the Hon ble Hilda Allix 
have further issue a daughter, Aurea 
Ethelwyn, born at Rosemount, Frances 
Road, Windsor, co. Berks, on Friday, 

7 September, baptised at St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor, on Tuesday, 9 
October 191 7. 



AMHERST. Vol. 13, page 13.— Alice 
D'Alton, Countess Amherst, was married 
3rdly, 16 December 1914, to H.S.H. 
Prince Jean Sapilha-Kodenski. 

AMHERST OF HACKNEY. Vol. 
15, page 74. — The Rev. Ridley Daniel- 
Tyssen died, aged 76, at 61 Tisbury 
Road, Hove, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 
27 March, and was buried in the 
churchyard of Old Hove Church on 
Saturday, 31 March 1917. Will dated 
26 March 1908, proved in the Principal 
Registry 5 September 191 7, by Geoffrey 
Amherst Daniel-Tyssen. 

1>a g e 75- — Cassandra Mary Amelia, 
wife of Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, died, 
aged 59, on Thursday, 17 September 
1914. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 1, page 152.— John 
Amphlett, the younger, married at Clent, 
co. Worcester, on Wednesday, 25 Au- 
gust 1915, Florence Kate, daughter of 
John Yorke. They have issue a son, 
John Amphlett, born on Saturday, 1 7 
March, baptised at Appleton, co. Berks, 
on Wednesday, 18 April 191 7. 

Edward Baylie Amphlett, Captain 
1 2th Worcestershire Regiment (attached 
to the 2nd Royal Fusiliers), was killed 
in action, aged 38, at Gallipoli on 
Friday, 4 June 19 15. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 3, page 157. — 
Edward Paul Charlton Amphlett, 
Captain Worcestershire Regiment, 
married at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 
co. Wilts, on Tuesday, 23 January 1917, 
Margaret Minna Innocent, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. Beauchamp Kerr Warren 
Kerr-Pease, Rector of Ascot Heath, co. 
Berks, and widow of Major Frederick 
James Murphy of Ballinacloon, West 
Meath, 13th Hussars. 

AMPHLETT. Vol 4, page 51 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page i.) — Richard 
Ferrand Amphlett, 2nd Lieutenant 
Worcestershire Regiment, and Mary 
Blackford his wife, had further issue a 
daughter, born at 9 Parkdale, Wolver- 
hampton, co. Stafford, on Wednesday, 
31 March 19 15. He was killed in 
action on Friday, 6 April 191 7. 

ANCASTER. Vol. 14, page 176 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page ii.) — Lieut. - 
Commander the Hon ble Peter Robert 
Heathcote - Drummond - Willoughby, 
R.N., and Pamela May his wife had 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



in 



AN CASTER, continued. 

issue a son, Peter Gilbert Heathcote- 
Drummond - Willoughby, born at 9 
Nelson Gardens, Devonport, co. Devon, 
on Monday, 8 June 19 14, who died at 
Cromarty, co. Ross, on Thursday, 2 
November 1916. Lieut.-Commander 
Heathcote- Drummond-Willoughby was 
lost in H.M.S. "Monmouth" in the 
action off Chile, aged 29, 1 November 
1914. Pamela May, his widow, was 
married 2ndly at Holy Trinity, Upper 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 31 
July 191 7, to Commander William 
Duncan Phipps, Royal Navy, younger 
son of the late William Wilton Phipps. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 18.— 
Constance Charlotte, eldest daughter of 
Edward Arkwright, and widow of Major 
Francis Fawkes, died at Elmfield, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 19 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Cheltenham 22 February 191 7 (see 
Pedigree of Fawkes, Vol. 7, page pj). 

Page 18 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page ii.) — Richard Alleyne Arkwright, 
Captain Coldstream Guards, and 
Marjorie his wife, have further issue 
a son, Michael Richard Arkwright, born 
at Windsor, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 
5 October, baptised at St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor, in November 1915. 

Page 18. — Frederic George Alleyne 
Arkwright, Captain Royal Flying Corps, 
was killed while flying near Glamis 
Castle, co. Forfar, aged 29, on Thursday, 
14 October, and was buried at Cromford, 
co. Derby, on Monday, 18 October 

1915. 

Page 20. — The Rev. William Harry 

Arkwright died, aged 67, at 7 St. 
Winifred's Road, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 1 February 19 15, 
and was buried at Bournemouth (see 
Vol. 15, page jg). 

Page 22 (and Addenda, Vol. 13, 
page I.) — John Peter and Violet 
Catherine Arkwright have further issue 
a son, Percy Frederick Arkwright, born 
at Hatton House, co. Warwick, on 
Wednesday, 24 March 1915, baptised 
at Hatton. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 18, page 30.— 
Catherine Elizabeth, 6th daughter of 
the Rev. Joseph Arkwright, died, aged 
83, at 14 Brittany Road, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Friday, 2 1 
January 19 16. 



ARMSTRONG. Vol. 13, page 145.— 
Winifreda Jane, Lady Armstrong, 
died, aged 54, at Cragside, Roth- 
bury, on Saturday, 5 December, and 
was buried at Rothbury 9 December 
1914. 

Page 145. — Lord Armstrong married 
2ndly at Rothbury, co. Northum- 
berland, on Thursday, 31 August 
1 916, Beatrice Elizabeth, daughter 
of Jonathan Cowx of Tudhoe, co. 
Durham. 

Captain the Hon bl= William John 
Montagu Watson -Armstrong, North- 
umberland Fusiliers, married at 
Hampton Wick, co Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 27 October 191 7, Zaida 
Cecile Drummond, eldest daughter of 
Cecil Drummond Wolff of Captanne, 
Billere Pau, Basses -Pyrenees, France, 
and at the Thatched Cottage, Bushey 
Park, co. Middlesex, and grand- 
daughter of the Rt. Hon ble Sir Henry 
Drummond-Wolff, G.C.B. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. 1, page 234 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page Hi.) — John 
Hawksworth and Everilda Frances 
Armytage have further issue a daughter, 
Ellen Elizabeth, born at 81 Westboume 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Sunday, 23 May, baptised at St. 
James', Paddington, London, 10 July 

1915- 
Page 235.— Lilac Gwendoline, 2nd 
daughter of Colonel Arthur Henry 
Armytage, R.H.A., was married at St. 
Olave's, York, on Wednesday, 9 
February 19 16, to Evelyn St. Vincent 
Parker-Jervis, youngest son of William 
Robert Parker-Jervis of Meaford Stone 
and Park Hall, Longford, co. Staf- 
ford, by Ethel Mary his wife, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Henry 
Mainwaring. 

Frances Guinevere, his youngest 
daughter, was married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Saturday, 
2 December 19 16, to Humphrey 
Ernest Bowman, Captain Royal Fusi- 
liers and of the Egyptian Civil Service, 
elder son of John Frederick Bowman 
of Garramore, Arisaig, co. Inverness, by 
Cecilia his wife, daughter of Edward 
Charrington of Bury's Court, co. 
Surrey. 

Page 236. — Maud, eldest daughter of 
Colonel Henry Armytage, died at 42 
Ashley Gardens, Westminster, 15 April 
1917. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ASHCOMBE. Vol. i8, page 50.— 
George, Baron Ashcombe, died, aged 
88, at 17 Prince's Gate, London, on 
Monday, 26 February, and was buried 
at Ranmore, co. Surrey, 2 March 191 7. 

Page 53. — Vera Alicia Maria, eldest 
daughter of Thomas Riccardi-Cubitt, 
Count Riccardi Cubitt, was married at 
the private chapel at Eden Hall, 
Edenbridge, co. Kent, on Monday, 19 
November 1917, to Flight-Lieutenant 
William Abbott Meade, R. N., only son of 
Joyce Meade of Woodbury, co. Surrey. 

Page 55. — The Hon ble Henry Archi- 
bald Cubitt, Captain and Adjutant 
Coldstream Guards, Croix de Chevalier 
de la Legion d'Honneur, was killed in 
action, aged 24, 15 September 1916. 

Page 56. — The Hon bu Alick George 
Cubitt, Lieutenant 15th Hussars, was 
killed in action, aged 23, on Saturday, 
24 November 191 7. 

ASKWITH. Vol. 15, page 108 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 17, page ii.) — Thomas 
Nowell and Ruby Isabel Askwith have 
further issue a son, Andrew Marcus 
Askwith, born at Sandridge, Cheam, 
co. Surrey, 26 July, baptised at Cheam 
in August 1913. Thomas Nowell 
Askwith, 2nd Lieutenant Royal Field 
Artillery, was killed in action, aged 
37, in Flanders, 24 October 19 17. 

Page no. — Elizabeth, 4th and last 
surviving daughter of John Haddon 
Askwith, died, aged 93, at n College 
Road, Ripon, co. York, 31 December 
1 9 14, and was buried at Ripon Cathedral. 

ASSHETON. Vol. 1, page 71.— Emily 
Augusta, widow of Ralph Assheton of 
Downham Hall, co. Lancaster, died, 
aged 82, at the Gable House, Bilton, 
co. Warwick, on Tuesday, 19 September, 
and was buried at Downham on 
Saturday, 23 September 1916. 

Page 72. — Richard Assheton, D.Sc, 
F.R.S., Lecturer in Animal Embryology 
at Cambridge 191 1, died, aged 51, 
at Grantchester, co. Cambridge, on 
Saturday, 23 October, and was buried 
there on Wednesday. 27 October 191 5. 
Nicholas Radclyffe Assheton married 
at Slaidburn, co. York, on Thursday, 
15 April 19 1 5, Mary Nina, elder 
daughter of William Peel of Knowlmere 
Manor, Clitheroe, co. Lancaster. They 
have issue a son, born at Whitebeans, 
Upper Hardres, Canterbury, co. Kent, 
on Wednesday, 12 December 191 7. 



ATLAY. Vol. 14, page 72. — Major 
Hugh Wordsworth Atlay, D.S.O., 52nd 
Battery Royal Field Artillery, was 
killed in action in France, aged 42, on 
Sunday, n April 19 15. 

Lieut-Commander Harold Trevelyan 
Atlay, R.N., served in Europeon War 
and died on active service, aged 40, on 
Wednesday, n November 1914. 

ATT REE. Addenda, Vol. 2, page i. 
Francis William Wakeford Town Attree, 
Captain Suffolk Regiment, only son of 
Colonel Frederick William Town Attree, 
R. E. (see Vol. 1., page 153), was 
killed in action near Ypres, Flanders, 
on Saturday, 8 May 1915. 

AUDEN. Vol. 13, page 170. — Mary 
Jane, widow of the Rev. William 
Auden, died, aged 83, at Carrglou, 
Churchdown, co. Gloucester, on Satur- 
day, 4 November, and was buried at 
Church Broughton, co. Derby, 8 
November 1916. Will dated 18 July 
191 1, proved in the Principal Registry 
3 February 191 7, by Arnold William 
Montford Auden, Bertram Auden and 
Thomas Edward Auden. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 65 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page iv.) — The 
Hon ble Harold Fox Pitt Lubbock, 
M.A., Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, 
and Dorothy Charlotte his wife, have 
issue a son, John Lubbock, born 
at Sturry, Canterbury, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 13 May 191 5, baptised at 
St. Peter's, Broadstairs, co. Kent ; and a 
daughter, Myra, born at 48 Grosvenor 
Street, Westminster, on Wednesday, 
5 December 1917. 

Page 65.— The Hon ble Eric Fox Pitt 
Lubbock, Captain Army Service Corps 
and afterwards of the Royal Flying 
Corps, who served in the European 
War and was awarded the Military 
Cross in November 1915, was killed 
in action, aged 23, near Ypres, 
Flanders, on Sunday, n March 19 17. 

Addenda, Vol. 13, page ii. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Adrian Grant-Duff, C.B., The 
Black Watch, husband of the Hon ble 
Ursula Lubbock (see page 63), was killed 
in action, aged 44, at the battle of the 
Aisne on Monday, 14 September 19 14. 

Page 67. — Sir Nevile Lubbock, 
K.C.M.G., died, aged 75, at Oakley, 
Bromley Common, co. Kent, on Satur- 
day, 12 September, and was buried at 
Farnborough, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
16 September 191 4. 



ADDITIONS 6» CORRECTIONS. 



AVE BURY, continued. 

Page 67. — Humphrey Thornton 
Lubbock, Lieutenant 28th London 
Regiment (Artists' Rifles), married at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
on Saturday, 9 September 1916, Elma 
Veira, elder daughter of Everard 
Britten-Holmes of Roxburghe Man- 
sions, Kensington Court, London. 

Page 67 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page iv.) — Lieut. -Commander Rupert 
Egerton Lubbock, R.N., and Vera 
Isabel his wife, have issue a daughter, 
Nancy Uiana Mary, born at Wade 
Cottage, Havant, co. Hants, on Sunday, 
4 October 1914, and a son, Rupert 
James Lubbock, born at Bidbury 
House, Bedhampton, co. Hants, on 
Good Friday, 21 April 19 16. 

Page 69 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page iv.) — Major Guy Lubbock, D.S.O., 
and Lettice Isabella his wife, have issue 
a son, Joseph Guy Lubbock, born at 

26 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 20 May 1915. 

Page 70. — Alfred Lubbock died, aged 
70, at Kilmarth Manor, Par, co. Corn- 
wall, on Monday, 17 July 1916. 

Addenda, Vol. 18, page v. — Sir John 
Henry Trollope, Baron Kesteven, 2nd 
husband of Amy Myddleton (see 
page yi\ died at Folkestone, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 23 July, and was buried 
in " Jack's Spinney," Casewick Hall, 
Stamford, co. Lincoln, on Tuesday, 

27 July 1915. 

Page 71. — Samuel Gurney Lubbock 
married on Tuesday, 21 December 1915, 
Irene Scharrer. They have issue a 
son, Ian Gurney Lubbock, born at 
Regent House, Fitzroy Square, St. 
Pancras, London, on Tuesday, 16 
October 191 7, baptised at Eton 
College. 

BABINGTON. Vol. 8, page 90.— 
Eleanor Katharine, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. Thomas Arthur Babington, 
died at St. James' Square, Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Wednesday, 23 August 
1916. 

Page 91. — Humfrey Temple Babing- 
ton, Australian Imperial Force, died of 
wounds received in action on Tuesday, 
1 May 191 7. 

BACCHUS. Vol. 1, page 241.— John 
Harrold Bacchus, Lance-Corporal New 
Zealand Infantry, was killed in action 
on Friday, 15 September 1916. 



BACCHUS, continued. 

Page 241. — Ralph Lancelot Bacchus, 
Lance-Corporal New Zealand Infantry, 
was killed in action on Friday, 15 
September 19 16. 

Page 242. — Gladys Esther, younger 
daughter of William Ernest Bacchus, 
was married at St. Clement's, Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, on Friday, 30 April 
19 1 5, to George Gaskell Mead, Lieu- 
tenant Army Service Corps, Motor 
Transport, son of Admiral James George 
Mead of Ardmore, Surrey Road, 
Bournemouth. 

William Herbert Ogden Bacchus, 
Captain 1st York and Lancaster Regi- 
ment, died from wounds received in 
action in Flanders on Monday, 13 
September 1915. 

BACK. Vol. 6, page 118 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page v.) — Henry William and 
Yvonne Gertrude Back have issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Gertrude, born at 
The Firs, Hethersett, co. Norfolk, on 
Tuesday, 3 August, baptised at 
Hethersett in August 1915. 

Page 120. — The Rev. Hatfeild Arthur 
William Back, B.A. of Caius College, 
Cambridge, was accidentally killed, aged 
26, while serving as Chaplain, by the 
blowing up of H.M.S. "Vanguard," 
on Monday, 9 July 191 7. 

Page 123. — The Rev. Samuel Back 
died, aged 92, at the Vicarage, Maxstoke, 
co. Warwick, on Friday, 23 November 
19.17. 

Page 123 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page Hi.) — Captain Eric Percy Coventry 
Back, R.N., and Violet his wife, had 
issue a son and two daughters. 
He was killed, aged 45, in the armoured 
cruiser H.M.S. " Natal," which blew up 
and sank in harbour, on Thursday, 
30 December 19 15. Violet his wife, 
died the same day. 

The Rev. Guy Seymour Back married 
at St. Saviour's, Pimlico, London, on 
Wednesday, 17 October 19 17, Vera 
Eleanor Myra, eldest daughter of 
William Herbert Davies of Swindon, co. 
Wilts. 

BAGOT. Vol. 13, page 2.— Arthur 
Greville Bagot died, aged 65, at Rye, 
co. Sussex, on Monday, 7 June 1915. 

Frederic Spencer Wellesley Bagot, of 
the Sussex Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 26, on Saturday, 21 October 
1916. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



BAGOT, continued. 

Page 5. — Commander Charles Elphin- 
stone Fleeming Cunninghame Graham, 
M.V.O., R.N., Groom -in-Waiting to 
H.M. the King, died, aged 63, on 
Friday, 8 June, and was buried at 
Ashtead, co. Surrey, 12 June 191 7. 

Page 6. — Margaret Anne, only 
daughter of Charles Frederick Heneage 
Bagot, was married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 17 April 
19 1 7, to Edward Richard Marker, 
Devon Yeomanry, younger son of 
Richard Marker of Combe House, 
Honiton, co. Devon, by the Hon ble 
Victoria Alexandrina his wife, eldest 
daughter of Edward St. Vincent, Baron 
Digby. 

BAGOT. Vol. 18. page in.— Edward 
Lewis Henry Bagot, 2nd Lieutenant 
Welsh Guards, was killed in action 
on the Somme, France, aged 19, on 
Sunday, 10 September 19 16. 

BAKER. Vol, 7, page 156. — Granville 
Edwin Lloyd Lloyd -Baker, assumed 
the additional name of Lloyd before 
that of Baker, by Royal Licence in 191 1. 
Page 157. — Michael Granville Lloyd 
Lloyd-Baker of The Cottage, Hardwicke, 
co. Gloucester, Captain Gloucestershire 
Yeomanry, was killed in action 23 
April 19 1 6 (see Pedigree of Willoughby 
de Broke, Vol. 8, page 39). His elder 
daughter Hylda Blanche Lloyd (see 
Addenda, Vol. 8, page //.), died, aged 
15, at Hardwicke Cottage, Gloucester, 
on Sunday, 16 January 19 16. 

BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 24.— 
Grace, wife of the Rev. Sabine Baring- 
Gould, died on Sunday, 9 April, and 
was buried at Lew Trenchard, co. 
Devon, 12 April 19 16. 

Page 25. — The Rev. Baring Baring- 
Gould died, aged 74, at 65 Lee Park, 
Blackheath, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
4 July, and was buried in Charlton 
Cemetery, co. Kent, on Monday, 9 July 
1917. 

Felicitas, 7th daughter of the Rev. 
Sabine Baring-Gould, was married at 
the parish church, Brampton, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 5 May 
1915, to Sydney F. Eyre, Captain 6th 
(Service) Battalion (The King's) Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry, son of Edward 
John Eyre, formerly Governor of 
Jamaica, by Adelaide Fanny his wife, 
daughter of Captain Ormond, R.N. 



BARING-GOULD, continued. 

Page 25. — Cicely Sophia, 9th daughter 
of the Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, was 
married at Lew Trenchard on Tuesday, 

5 December 1916, to Francis Newport 
Tinley, Lieutenant Indian Cavalry. 

Page 26 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page vi.) — Charles Sabine and Agatha 
Mary Baring -Gould have issue two 
daughters, Meriol, born at Little 
Langleys, Steep, Petersfield, co. Hants, 
on Monday, 5 October, baptised at 
Sharow, Ripon, co. York (by her 
grandfather, the Rev. James Farmer), 
29 November 1914; and Ruth Monica, 
born at The Cottage, Pine Ridge, 
Farnham, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
17 November, baptised at Merrow, 
Guildford, co. Surrey, 23 December 

BARKER. Vol. 5, page 25. — Costanza 
Madelaine, only daughter of William 
Phillippo Barker, died, aged 71, at 
Redclyffe, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 
on Friday, 26 November 1915. 

Page 27. — Helena Sophia, wife of 
Edmund Lincoln Barker, died on 
Sunday, 3 December, and was buried 
at Merton, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 

6 December 1916. He married 2ndly 
at Bude, co. Cornwall, on Wednes- 
day, 12 September 1917, Eliza, daughter 
of Edward Pethybridge of Launceston, 
co. Cornwall, J. P. 

BARLOW. Vol. 11, page 65.— Herman 
Biddell died, aged 84, at Playford, co. 
Suffolk, on Friday, 2 March, and was 
buried there on Wednesday, 7 March 
1 91 7 (see Pedigree of Biddell, Vol. 3, 
page pp). 

Page 67. — Harold and Millicent Alice 
Barlow have further issue a daughter, 
Isobel Helen, born at High Bank, 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, on Saturday, 

28 September 1907, baptised at 
Tonbridge. 

Page 68. — George Thomas Barlow 
was born n March 1865 [not 1864]. 
He and Amelia Sophia his wife have 
further issue a daughter, Alethea, 
born at Banda, India, 27 Novem- 
ber, baptised there 19 December 
1908. 

Charlotte, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. John Mount Barlow, died, aged 
34, at Bossall Hall, York, on Saturday, 

29 February, and was buried at Bossall 
2 March 190S. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



BARNARDISTON. Vol 8, page 42.— 
Colonel Nathaniel Barnardiston died, 
aged 83, at The Ryes, Sudbury, co. 
Suffolk, on Wednesday, 23 February, 
and was buried at Henny, co. Essex, 
on Saturday, 26 February 1916. 

Lady Florence, his widow, died at 
The Ryes, Sudbury, on Tuesday, 27 
March, and was buried at Henny on 
Friday, 30 March 191 7. 

Page 44. — Major Ernald Barnardiston, 
R.E., married at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London, on Tuesday, 24 October 
19 1 6, Katherine Weston, elder daughter 
of Edward Golding Elwes of Felix- 
stowe, co. Suffolk, and widow of General 
Sir George Digby Barker of Clare 
Priory, co. Suffolk, G.C.B. They have 
issue a daughter, Bertha Katherine, 
born at 10 Barton Street, Westminster, 
on Monday, 26 November, baptised at 
St. John's, Westminster, on Saturday, 
29 December 191 7. 

BARNE. Vol. 7, page 159. Lady 
Constance Adelaide, widow of Lieut.- 
Colonel Frederick St. John Newdegate 
Barne, died at 215 Ashley Gardens, 
Westminster, on Monday, 30 November 
1915, and was buried at Sotterley, co. 
Suffolk. 

Philip Julius Honywood Ayscogh 
Barne died, aged 72, at 28 Ebury 
Street, Pimlico, London, on Thursday, 
15 March 191 7, and was buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. 

Page 159. — Major Miles Barne, 
D.S.O., Suffolk Yeomanry, attached 
Scots Guards, died on active service in 
France on Monday, 17 September 191 7. 

Page 159 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page v.) — Michael Barne, Commander 
Royal Navy, and Marjorie Gwendoline 
Margaret his wife have issue two sons, 
John Michael Barne, born at Langford 
Place, co. Essex, 3 May 19 12, baptised 
at Langford ; and Ivo Miles Barne, 
born on Saturday, 17 June 1916, 
baptised at Langford. 

Seymour Barne, Captain 20th 
Hussars, attached Royal Flying Corps 
(Military Cross January 1916), was 
shot down by an enemy aeroplane on 
Monday, 23 April 19 17. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 5.— Mary Louisa 
Barry died, aged 50, at Wingmore 
Lodge, Wokingham, co. Berks, on 
Thursday, 11 March 1915. 



BARRY, continued. 

Page 6. — Caryl Arthur Ransome 
Barry, Captain 8th (Service) Battalion 
The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regi- 
ment, married at Kingswood, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 18 December 
1915, Crichton May Perigal of Chalcots, 
Lower Kingswood. They have issue a 
daughter born at Chalcots, Lower Kings- 
wood, on Sunday, 24 September 191 6. 

Page 11. — Sir John Wolfe VVolfe- 
Barry, K.C.B., died, aged 81, at 
Delahay House, Chelsea Embankment, 
London, on Tuesday, 22 January, and 
was buried in Brookwood Cemetery on 
Saturday, 26 January 1918. 

Page 12. — Gladys, younger daughter 
of Horace Barry, was married at Oxted, 
co. Surrey, on Thursday, 8 October 
1 9 14, to Alistair Sim Garden, M.B., 
Ch.B., of Colombo, Ceylon. 

Page 14. — Kenneth Alfred and Helen 
Mary Wolfe-Barry have further issue a 
son, born at 4 Embankment Gardens, 
Victoria Embankment, London, on 
Wednesday, 8 July 1914. 

Page 15 (and Addenda, Vol. 1 7, page 
Hi) — Eric Gordon and Mary Under- 
wood Wolfe- Barry have issue a son, born 
at Ardestie, Northwood, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 13 March 191 2. 

BARTLETT. Vol. 1, page 66. — 
William Bartlett died 6 June 19 17, 
and was buried in Anfield Cemetery, 
Liverpool, 9 June 1917. 

Page 67 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page v.) — Godfrey Thomas and Joan 
Bartlett have further a son, Thomas 
Thornton Bartlett, born at no King 
Henry'sRoad,Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
7 September, baptised at St. Alban's, 
Holborn, London, 6 October 191 5. 

BARTLETT. Vol. 6, page 28.— Robert 
Nigel Oldfeld Bartlett, Captain 6th 
(Service) Battalion The East Lanca- 
shire Regiment, died, aged 22, at 
Mesopotamia, of wounds received in 
action the day before at Felahiyeh, on 
Thursday, 6 April 19 16. 

Page 29 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page Hi.) — The Rev. Richard Grosvenor 
and Evelyn Grace Bartelot have further 
issue a daughter, Evelyn Grosvenor, 
born at St. George's Vicarage, Fording- 
ton, co. Dorset, on Monday, 12 April, 
baptised at St. George's Prebendal 
Church, Fordington, on St. George's 
Day, 23 April 1915. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



BARTON. Vol. i, page go.— Everard 
William Barton, F.S.A., died at 
Warstone House, Bewdley, co. Wor- 
cester, on Wednesday, 13 January, and 
was buried at Wribbenhall, co. Worcester, 
16 January 1915. 

Frederick George Barton died, aged 
66, at 2 Lansdowne Road, Bedford, 7 
January 19 17, and was buried at Bedford. 

Page 91. — Charles Tom Barton died, 
aged 63, at Sutton Lodge, Kidder- 
minster, co. Worcester, 15 April 1916, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Kidderminster. 

Katherine Mary, eldest daughter of 
John Everard Barton, died at The 
Myrtles, Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
3 April 19 1 5, and was buried at Astley, 
co. Worcester. 

BATE. Vol. 4, page 173. — Thomas Bate 
died at Kelsterton, co. Flint, 13 
December 1910, and was buried at 
Connah's Quay, co. Flint. 

Page 174. — Thomas Bate, Lieutenant 
i/Sth Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
was killed in action at the battle of 
Gaza 26 March 19 17. 

BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 5.— Major-General 
Henry Doveton Battye died, aged 81, 
in London, 20 February 19 15, and was 
buried at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex. 

Page 7. — Lieut. -Colonel Clinton 
Wynward Battye, D.S.O., King's Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry, was killed in 
action, aged 43, 25 November 1917. 

Addenda, Vol. ij, page iii. — Cyril 
Wynyard Battye (son of Lieut.-Colonel 
Montagu McPherson Battye, see page 7), 
Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps, was 
accidentally killed, aged 21, at Nether- 
avon, co. Wilts, in a flying accident, 13 
March 19 16. 

Page 9. — Major Hedley Morton 
Battye of the 1st Battalion 5th Gurkha 
Rifles, was killed, aged 38, in action in 
the Dardanelles in June 1915. 

Page to (and Addenda, Vol. 17, page 
iv.) — Major Basil Condon Battye, 
D.S.O., R.E., and Edith Lilian his 
wife, have issue four children, a 
son, Basil Wigram Battye, born 17 
February 1905, baptised at the Garrison 
Church, Ferozepor, Punjab, India ; a 
son, Arthur Richard Battye, born 
30 June 1906, baptised at Christ 
Church, Dalhousie, Punjab ; a daughter, 
Winifred Joyce Anderson, born at 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 4 July 1908; 
and a daughter, Diana Bridget, born at 



BATTYE, continued. 

101 The Ridgeway, Wimbledon, on 
Tuesday, 14 August, baptised at Christ 
Church, Wimbledon, 24 September 
1917. 

BAZELY. Vol. 16, page 98.— Julia 
Louisa, widow of the Rev. John 
Bazely, died, aged 78, at Amberley, 
co. Sussex, on Saturday, 3 February, 
and was buried at North Stoke, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 7 February 
1917. 

BEAZLEY. Vol. 10, page 146. — Ernest 
Henry Beazley married at the District 
Registry, Liverpool, 24 June 191 1, 
Elsie Warde, daughter of Richard 
Braithwaite of Kendal, co. Westmor- 
land. They have issue two sons, 
Philip Henry Graham Beazley, born 
18 February, baptised at Christchurch, 
Vancouver, British Columbia, 24 March 
1912, and Edward Dudley Hope 
Beazley, born 3 January, baptised at 
Christ Church, Vancouver, 8 March 1914; 
and a daughter, Mollie Emmeline, born 
at Vancouver on Friday, 3 Septem- 
ber 19 1 5, baptised at Christchurch, 
Vancouver. 

ArthurTetley Beazley, Captain (General 
List), married at St. Mary's, Grantham, 
co. Lincoln, on Thursday, 20 May 1915, 
Elaine Olive, only daughter of Alfred 
Sacksen of Bayswater, London. They 
have issue two sons, Peter Arthur 
Tetley Beazley, born at 13 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, London, on Thurs- 
day, 8 June, baptised at the Pro- 
Cathedral, Kensington, 2 July 191 6, 
and Henry Tetley Beazley, born at 
29 Glenloch Road, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 15 October, 
baptised at St. Dominic's Priory, 
Southampton Road, Kentish Town, 
8 November 1917. 

Page 147 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page viii.) — Hugh Loveday, 2nd 
Lieutenant 1st Battalion (The King's) 
Liverpool Regiment, and Beatrice 
Constance Beazley, have further issue a 
son, Hugh John Sherard Beazley, born 
at 19 Lansdowne Crescent, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 July, baptised 
at St. Mary-the-Virgin, Oxted, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 15 October 1916. 

Page 147. — Robert Gordon Beazley, 
Captain 17th (Service) Battalion (The 
Ring's) Liverpool Regiment, married 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 5 June 
1915, Ellen Dolga, 2nd daughter of 



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BEAZLEY, continued, 

Sir Osmond Williams of Deudraeth 
Castle, co. Merioneth, Baronet. They 
have issue a son, Sam Beazley, 
born at 7 Grenville Place, London, 
on Wednesday, 29 March, baptised 
at Penrhyn - Deudraeth 25 April 
1916. 

Page 148. — Harold Gilroy Beazley, 
Lieutenant 3rd West Lancashire Royal 
Field Artillery, married at Ospringe, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 16 January 1915, 
Edith Birkmyre, elder daughter of 
Ralph Erskine Langlands of Heswall, 
co. Chester. They have issue a son, 
Harold Derek Beazley, born at 
Monahruah, Heswall, on Monday, 4 
October, baptised at Barnston, co. 
Chester, 17 November 1915 ; and a 
daughter, Betty Margaret, born at 
Braeside, Upton, co. Chester, on 
Wednesday, 18 April, baptised at 
Barnston 27 May 19 17. 

BELLASIS. Vol. 2, page 60.— Lewin 
Bentham Bovvring, C.S.I., died, aged 
85, at Woodlands, Torquay, co. Devon, 
on Friday, 14 January, and was buried 
at Torquay 19 January 19 10. Will 
dated 5 June 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 8 February 1910, 
by Wilfrid Joseph Bowring and Oswin 
John Charlton (see Pedigree of Bowring^ 
Vol. 6, page 4). His widow, Katharine, 
died at Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 18 
March, and was buried at Torquay 
23 March 1915. M.I. 

Page 62. — Philip Joseph Bellasis, 
Captain 5th Battalion (King's) Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry, was killed in 
action, aged 23, at Delville Wood, 
France, 24 August 19 16. 

John Henry Bellasis, married at 
Buluwayo, Rhodesia, South Africa, 
20 April 191 1, Dorothy Alexander. 
They have issue a daughter, Frances 
Mary Walmes, born at Buluwayo 7 
March 191 2 ; and two sons, John 
William Melvill Bellasis, born in June 
1914, and Richard Lumsden Bellasis, 
born 20 June 1915. 

Mildred Mary, 3rd daughter of 
William Dalglish-Bellasis, was married 
at the Oratory, Brompton, London, 28 
July igiOjtoVictor Robert Montgomerie, 
Captain 2nd Life Guards. 

William Joseph Bellasis of Bowker's 
Horse, was killed in action, aged 29, 
at Longido, British East Africa, on 
Tuesday, 3 November 1914. 



BENDALL. Vol. 15, page 42.— Ellen 
Jane, widow of Robert Smith Bendall, 
died at Southampton on Monday, 15 
April, and was buried in Wandsworth 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 18 
April 191 2 

Theodora Bruce, eldest daughter of 
Robert Smith Bendall, and widow of 
Charles Alexandre dc Selincourt, died, 
aged 70, at 26 Belsize Grove, Hamp- 
stead, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 28 
January 19 13. 

Page 43.— Roland Bendall, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 25 1st Tunnelling Company, Royal 
Engineers, married at the church of 
the Holy Ghost, Nightingale Square f 
Balham, co. Surrey, 8 September 19 10, 
Anne Louise Marguerite Alice, younger 
daughter of Jacques Rabier of Mont- 
moreau, Charente, France ; born at 
Montmoreau 5 June 1884. They have 
issue two daughters, Cecile, born at 
Ginsberg Gold Mine, district of Boks- 
burg, province of the Transvaal, South 
Africa, on Sunday, 15 September 1912, 
registered at Boksburg ; and Jacqueline 
Naomi, born at Van Ryn Deep Gold 
Mine, Benoni, Transvaal, on Wednesday, 
24 February 1915, registered at Benoni; 

Naomi, younger daughter of Robert 
Smith Bendall, was married at St. 
Michael's, Southampton, on Monday, 
28 December 1914, to Geoffrey 
Bertram Cundell (her 2nd cousin), 2nd 
Lieutenant Hampshire Royal Engineers 
(2nd son of George Bathe Cundell of 
Southampton) ; born at Tavistock, co. 
Devon, 21 July 1885. 

Page 45. — John Manley Bendall, 
1st Highland Light Infantry, married at 
St. Mary's, West Kensington, London, 2 
December 191 5, Pearl Vera, younger 
daughter of William Elbert Dando. 

Page 46. — Gerard Bendall died on 
Monday, 19 February, and was buried 
in Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 24 February 191 7. 

Page 49. — Margaret Emma, elder 
daughter of Samuel John Bendall, of 
Shiplake Rise, Henley-on-Thames, co. 
Oxford, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
8 February 19 12, to Edward Carr, 
younger son of Theodore Carr. 

Helen Mary, his younger daughter, 
was married at St. James', Sussex 
Gardens, Hyde Park, London, 14 Tulv 
191 7, to Douglas Henry Corsellis, Lieu- 
tenant 3rd Norfolk Regiment, younger 
son of Henry Nicholas Corsellis. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



BENSON. Vol. s, page 123.— Margaret, 
younger daughter of the Most Rev. 
Edward White Benson, Archbishop 
of Canterbury, died, aged 50, at 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 13 May, and was buried at 
Addington, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 16 
May 1916. 

Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson 
died, aged 42, at Salford on Monday, 
19 October, and was buried in the 
orchard attached to his house at Hare 
Street, co. Hertford, on Friday, 23 
October 1914. 

BENTLEY. Vol. 1, page 138.— The 
Rev. Samuel Bentley, of Clare College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852, 
Rector of Newent, co. Gloucester, 
1897-1905, died, aged 84, at Wood- 
land Grove, Torquay, co. Devon, on 
Friday, 3 January, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Torquay on Tuesday, 
7 January 1908. His widow Fanny 
(daughter of Andrew Baden of Highbury, 
co. Middlesex), died, aged 81, at St. 
Ives, co. Cornwall, on Friday, 18 
September 1914. 

Page 141 (and Addenda, Vol. if, 
page to.) — Horatio Haliburton and 
Evelyn Bentley have further issue a 
daughter, born at Plas Merdyn, 
Holywood, co. Down, on Friday, 24 
July 1914. 

BENYON. Vol. 15, page 122. — Henry 
Arthur Benyon, Lieutenant Berkshire 
Yeomanry, married at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 10 March 191 5, Violet 
Eveline, 2nd daughter of Sir Cuthbert 
Edgar Peek of Rousdon, co. Devon, 
Baronet, by the Hon ble Augusta Louisa 
(Brodrick) his wife, eldest daughter of 
William, 8th Viscount Midleton (see 
Vol. j, page p6), born at Wimbledon 
House, co. Surrey, 6 December 1886. 

BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 1 10.— 
The Hon ble Mary Elizabeth (V.A.), 
widow of the Rt. Hon ble General Sir 
Henry Frederick Ponsonby, G.C.B., 
died at Gilmuire, Ascot, co. Berks, 
on Monday, 16 October, and was 
buried at Ascot on Thursday, 19 
October 19 16. 

Page 115.— The Rt. Hon ble Sir 
Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby- 
Fane, G.C.B., I.S.O., died, aged 91, at 
Brympton, co Somerset, on Wednesday, 



BESSBOROUGH, continued. 

1 December, and was buried at 
Brympton on Monday, 6 December 

1915- 

John Henry Ponson by-Fane died at 
Brympton d'Evercy, co. Somerset, on 
Monday, n September 19 16, and was 
buried at Brympton. 

Cyril Thomas Ponsonby, Lieutenant 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, was killed 
in action, aged 21, on Thursday, 24 
August 19 16. 

Page 1 1 6 (and Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page iv.) — George Arthur and Sheila 
Ponsonby have further issue a son 
born on Friday, 13 April 19 17. 

Page 116 (and Addenda, Vol 18, 
page viii.) — Viscount and Viscountess 
Duncannon have further issue a son, 
Desmond Neuflize Ponsonby, born at 
22 Portland Place, St. Marylebone, 
London, on Wednesday, 4 August, 
baptised at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Tuesday, 14 September 

'915- 
Page 116. — Major the Hon ble Cyril 
Myles Brabazon Ponsonby, M.V.O., 
3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards, was 
killed in action while leading a charge 
on Hill 70, in France, on Tuesday, 28 
September 1915. 

Page 118. — Mabel Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of Louis George De Hale 
Ponsonby, and wife of Major Douglas 
Stewart, Royal Field Artillery (see 
Addenda, Vol. 14 page iv.), died 
in 1914. 

Joan, youngest daughter of Louis 
George De Hale Ponsonby, was 
married at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
on Tuesday, 9 June 19 14, to Maurice 
Bevan, eldest son of David Augustus 
Bevan of Burloes, Royston, co. Hertford, 
by the Hon ble Maud Elizabeth his wife, 
youngest daughter of Henry Bouverie 
William, Viscount Hampden, G.C.B. 

Page 120. — Spencer Lawrence Pon- 
sonby, Lieutenant 12th Battalion 
Middlesex Regiment, died at Rouen, 
France, aged 19 (from wounds received 
in action 8 January), on Wednesday, 
12 January 1916. 

BICKLEY. Vol. 18, page t 14.— Thomas 
and Sarah Bickley were married at St. 
Bartholomew's Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
25 [not 26] October 1795. 

Olivia, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Bickley, died, aged 79, at Moseley, 
co. Worcester, 30 November, and was 



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BICKLEY, continued. 

buried in Brandwood End Cemetery, 
King's Norton, co. Worcester, 5 
December 1917. Administration was 
granted at Birmingham 2 January 19 18, 
to William Bickleigh Bickley, brother. 

Page 116. — Constance Bickley was 
born on Sunday, 26 April [not March] 
i9°3- 

BICKNELL. Vol 17, page 38.— Edith, 
youngest daughter of Elhanan Bicknell, 
died, aged 73, at Ivy Lodge, Worcester 
Park, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 22 
February, and was buried in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
28 February 191 7. 

Page 39. — Edward Gregor Conduitt 
Bicknell, 1st Battalion London Scottish 
Regiment, was killed, aged 18, in the 
trenches . at Messines, Flanders, 31 
October-i November 19 14. 

Page 41. — Herman Kentigern Bick- 
nell, Captain Oxfordshire and Bucking- 
hamshire Light Infantry, died of wounds 
received in action in Mesopotamia on 
Tuesday, 24 July 1917. 

Page 42. — Sidney Bicknell was buried 
at Barcombe, co. Sussex, on Monday, 
30 October 1911. 

Rosa Louisa, his widow, was buried 
at Barcombe on Saturday, 1 1 January 

1913- 
Page 43.— Edgar Bicknell died at 
Bedford in 1917. His wife, Eliza Kate, 
died at Northampton on Friday, 12 
March 19 15. 

BIDDELL. Vol. 3, page 99. — Herman 
Biddell died, aged 84, at Playford, co. 
Suffolk, on Friday, 2 March, and was 
buried there on Wednesday, 7 March 
1 9 1 7 (see Pedigree of Barlow, Vol. II, 
page 6j). 

Page 99 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page ix.) — The Rev. Herman Master- 
man and Violet Marjorie Biddell have 
further issue a son, John Herman Biddell, 
born at 65 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hamp- 
stead, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
14 October, baptised at St. Jude's, 
South wark, co. Surrey, 24 November 

Juliana Harriet, 3rd daughter of 
Herman Biddell, was married at St. 
George -the -Martyr, South wark, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 3 February 
1915, to Owen Dyne Steel, Captain 
3rd Monmouthshire Regiment, eldest 



BIDDELL, continued. 

son of Colonel William Dyne Steel, 
M.D., of Abergavenny, co. Monmouth, 
formerly commanding 3rd Monmouth- 
shire Regiment. 

BINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 30.— Colonel 
Sir John Edward Bingham, Baronet, 
died, aged 75, in London on Thursday, 
18 March 19 15. 

BLACKBURNE. Vol. 10, page 142.— 
Dorothea Anne, eldest daughter of 
Colonel John Ireland Blackburne, and 
widow of Heywood Bright, died, aged 
68, in London, on Friday, 16 February, 
and was buried at Little Berkhamp- 
stead, co. Hertford, on Tuesday, 20 
February 19 17 (see Pedigree of Bright, 
Vol. 2, page 77.) 

Page 144. — Gilbert Ireland Black- 
burne married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Thursday, 10 
November 1910, Mellony Catherine 
Isabel, eldest daughter of Lieut. -Colonel 
Charles a Court Repington, C.M.G., of 
Amington Hall, Tamworth, co. Warwick. 

BLUMER. Vol. 9, page 73.— Murray 
Howard Percy Blumer, Private Middle- 
sex Regiment, missing, unofficially 
reported killed, aged 27, in action on 
Saturday, 1 July 19 16. 

Additions, Vol. iS, page ix. — The 
2nd child of George and Mabel Louise 
Blumer, should read, a daughter, Elsie 
Walford, born at 64 Trumbull Street, 
New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A., 16 
May 1 91 3, not as printed. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. 1, page 123.— 
Frances Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Reginald Brook Boddington, and widow 
of the Rev. Charles Smith, died, aged 80, 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
5 May, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Brighton 8 May 191 5. 

Page 126. — The Rev. Vincent Coke 
Boddington, Army Chaplain, married 
at St. Mary Abchurch, London, on 
Saturday, 6 November 191 5, Florence 
Garrett, 2nd daughter of Segar Bastard 
of Chigwell, co. Essex. He died, aged 
30, at the Pinewood Sanatorium, 
Wokingham, co. Berks, from the 
results of active service, on Tuesday, 
13 March, and was buried at St. 
Sebastian's, Crowthorne, co. Berks, 16 
March 191 7. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BODDINGTON, continued. 

Page 126. — Mary Aubrey, younger 
daughter of Arthur Cavendish Onslow 
Boddington, was married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 15 Septem- 
ber 1915, to Peter Ronald Griffiths- 
Buchanan, 10th Battalion Seaforth 
Highlanders, elder son of John 
Griffiths-Buchanan of Clyde House, 
Hereford. 

BODINGTON. Vol. 14, page 119 — 
Cecil Herbert Bodington, Captain 
Royal Horse Guards, married at St. 
Peter's, Bayswater, London, on 
Tuesday, 25 July 1916, Lillias Emily, 
elder daughter of Colquhoun May 
Somerville of 49 Holland Park, 
Kensington, London. He was killed 
in action, aged 37, on Wednesday, 
1 1 April 19 1 7. 

BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 66.— William 
Arthur Marshall Boissier, Lieutenant 
Royal Marine Artillery, was accidentally 
drowned on Friday, 27 July 191 7, and 
was buried at Oostbeck, near Fumes, 
Flanders. 

Page 68. — Marian Dorothy, younger 
daughter of the Rev. Peter Henry 
Boissier, died at Bristol on Tuesday, 28 
November, and was buried in Green- 
bank Cemetery, Bristol, 2 December 
1916. 

BOND. Vol. 3, page 72.— The Rev. William 
Henry Bond died, aged 84, at the 
Rectory, High Ongar, co. Essex, on 
Sunday, 12 March, and was buried at 
Beauchamp Roding, co. Essex, on 
Friday, 17 March 1916. 

BOOTH BY. Vol. 16, page 181.— 
Seymour William Brooke and Clara 
Margaret Boothby have further issue 
a daughter, Serena Margaret, born at 
Efford Holbeton, Plymouth, co. Devon, 
on Sunday, 21 June 1914. 

Page 182. — Ernest Brooke Boothby, 
2nd Lieutenant Rifle Brigade, was 
killed in action, aged 35, on Tuesday, 
11 July 1916. 

John Henry Boothby, Lieutenant 
Royal Horse Artillery, was killed in 
action, aged 23, on Sunday, 23 July 
1916. 

Page 184. — Cora, 3rd j daughter' of 
George William Boothby, and widow 
of Colonel George Duncan Wahab, 



BOOTHBY, continued. 

was married on Wednesday, 30 
April 1913, to Thomas Hart-Davies, 
F.R.G.S., of the Indian Civil Service 
1869-97, and M.P. for North Hackney 
1906-10. 

Page 188. — Colonel Reginald Evelyn 
Boothby, Royal Field Artillery, died 
at Scarp, Canterbury, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 25 February 1915. 

Page 192. — Basil Tanfield Beridge 
and Katharine Georgina Boothby 
have further issue a daughter, Jane 
Penelope, born at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, on Saturday, 27 June 
19 14, and a daughter, born on Friday, 
11 June 1915. 

BOUGHEY. Vol. 18, page 100.— 
Colonel George Fletcher Ottley 
Boughey, C.S. I., died, aged 73, on 
Thursday, 17 January, and was buried at 
Forton, co. Salop, on Saturday, 19 
January 1918. 

Page 10 1. — Constance Susannah, wife 
of Major-General John Boughey, died at 
Brancaster, co. Norfolk, on Monday, 
4 December 191 6. 

The Rev. Percy Fletcher and Elsie 
le Strange Boughey, have further issue 
a daughter, born at Narborough, co. 
Norfolk, on Sunday, 4 June 1916. 

George Menteth and Noel Evelyn 
Boughey have further issue a daughter, 
born at Tillingdown, Caterham, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 9 December 1916. 
Their elder daughter was named Mary 
Hermia. 

Page 103.— Katharine Clara, younger 
daughter of the Rev. Anchitel Harry 
Fletcher Boughey, was married at St. 
Mary-the-Great, Cambridge, on Thurs- 
day, 8 April 1915, to Robert Mervyn 
Powys Druce, youngest son of R. A. 
Druce of 2 Third Avenue, Hove, co. 
Sussex. 

Page 104. — Commander Alfred 
Fletcher Coplestone-Boughey, R.N., 
was killed in the North Sea battle 
off Jutland, on H.M.S. "Defence," on 
Wednesday, 31 May 19 16. 

BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 148.— John 
William Bourne died, aged 70, at 
Henwick Hill, Worcester, on Friday, 
19 February 191 5. 

Page 149. — Margaret, younger 
daughter of the Rev. John Bury 
Bourne, died at Paignton, co.. Devon, 
on Wednesday, 17 March 1915. 



ADDITIONS <V CORRECTIONS. 



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BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 3.— Frederick 
Hermann Bowring died, aged 94, at 28 
Gayton Road, Hampstead, co. Middle- 
sex, 1 1 September, and was cremated at 
Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, the 
remains being subsequently interred 
in the old cemetery at St. Bartholo- 
mew's, Exeter, co. Devon, 15 September 
1917. 

Page 3 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page mi.) — Charles Calvert and Ethel 
Dorothy Bowring have further issue 
a son, born at Nairobi, East Africa, 
on Good Friday, 6 April 1917, and 
died a few hours later. 

Page 3. — Noel Hamilton Bowring 
married at St. Peter's, Regent Square, 
London, 4 April 1910, Frances Mary, 
daughter of Walter Vernon of Shaw 
Farm, Boreham, co. Wilts. They have 
issue twin daughters, Angela Faith and 
Phyllis Mary, born at Hampstead 4 
April, baptised at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensington, London, 6 May 

Page 4. — Katharine, widow of Lewin 
Bentham Bowring, C.S.I., died at 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 18 March, 
and was buried at Torquay, co. Devon, 
23 March 1915 (see Pedigree of Bellasis, 
Vol. 2, page 60). 

Page 5 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page viii.) — Philip Francis and Martha 
Hide Bowring have further issue a 
son, Philip Bowring, born at Oorgam, 
Mysore, India, on Tuesday, 21 
September 1915. 

Page 6. — Francis Stephen Bowring, 
Captain 22nd Punjabis (mentioned in 
despatches 14 July 1916), was killed in 
action while in command of his regi- 
ment at Ctesiphon, Mesopotamia, on 
Monday, 22 November 19 15. 

Wilfrid Joseph Bowring married at 
St. James', Spanish Place, London, on 
Saturday, 3 July 19 15, Rosina, daughter 
of Hendrikus Albertus Rikkert of 
Deventer, Holland. 

BOYCE. Vol. 17, page 119. — Innes 
Douglas Boyce, Sergeant Royal Berk- 
shire Regiment, died, aged 31, on 
Wednesday, 16 August 1916, of wounds 
received in action at Posieres, France, 
and was buried in Tuckevillers British 
Cemetery. 

BOYD. Vol. 8, page 162.- Jane Diana, 
wife of William Boyd, died at Benton 
House, The Park, Cheltenham, co. 



BOYD, continued. 

Gloucester, on Monday, 30 April 
191 7, and was buried at Leckhamp- 
ton, co. Gloucester, 3 May 19 17. 

Page 163. — Adelaide, widow of the 
Ven ble Charles Twining Boyd, died at 
Fiveways, Camberley, co. Surrey, 26 
May, and was buried at Frimley, co. 
Surrey, 30 May 191 7. 

Page 164. — Edward Fenwick Boyd, 
Lieutenant Northumberland Fusiliers, 
was killed in action near Vailly, at the 
battle of the Aisne, France, aged 24, 
20 September 19J4. 

Hugh Lennox Fleming Boyd, Captain 
The Black Watch, was killed in action, 
aged 26, 19 November 191 7. 

BRACE. Vol. 6, page 88.— Frank 
Addison Brace sold Doveridge Hall in 
1 9 10, and died, aged 52, at Needwood 
House, Burton -on -Trent, co. Stafford, 
on Wednesday, 10 April 191 2. 

Henry Fergusson Brace, D.S.O., 
Captain 15th Hussars, married at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, Bayswater, 
London, on Saturday, 6 May 1916, 
Beatrice Ida, elder daughter of Major 
Sir William Henry Feilden of Dilhome 
Hall, co. Stafford, and Feniscowles, co. 
Lancaster, Baronet, by Evelyn Mary his 
wife, eldest daughter of Sir Morton 
Manningham-Buller, Baronet. 

BRADFORD. Vol. 16, page 195.— 
Colonel Sir Evelyn Ridley Bradford, 
Baronet, was killed in action at 
Soissons, France, aged 45, 14 September 

19 1 4, and was buried in the cemetery 
there overlooking the Aisne Valley. 

Major Edward Austen and Margaret 
Louisa Bradford have further issue a 
daughter, born at 113 Warwick Road, 
Earl's Court, London, 22 September 

1915- 
Page 196. — Colonel Francis William 
Boileau, C.B., died, aged 80, at Elstowe, 
Camberley, co. Surrey, 14 November 

19 1 5, and was buried at Camberley. 
Emily Maude, youngest daughter of 

the Rev. William Mussage Kirkwall 
Bradford, died at Aston Rise, Henley- 
on-Thames, co. Oxford, 26 December 

1916, and was buried at Remenham, co. 
Berks. 

Cecil Aubrey Bradford, Captain 
Yorkshire Regiment (attached Nigeria 
Regiment), married at Upton Pyne, 
co. Devon, on Thursday, 5 August 
1915, Mildred Ellen Grace, 2nd 
daughter of the Rev. Arthur Hillyard, 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



BRADFORD, continued. 

Rector of Upton Pyne. They have 
issue a daughter, Margaret Cecilia 
Ellen, born at Upton Pyne on Satur- 
day, 1 7 June, baptised at Upton Pyne 
29 July 1916. He was drowned at sea 
while returning from Lagos, Nigeria, 
to England, aged 31, on Tuesday, 
24 April 191 7. 

BRADNEY. Vol 1, page 2.— Philip 
Edwin Bradney, Captain 6th Battalion 
Somerset Light Infantry, was killed 
in action in France, aged 34, on 
Saturday, 31 July 1915, 

BRANFILL. Vol. 17, page 90.— Capel 
Aylett Branfill, married 2ndly at 
Wonastow, co. Monmouth, on Saturday, 
2 June 1917, Victoria Adela, daughter 
of Captain the Rev. Charles Edward 
Chaloner Lindsey, Army Chaplain. 

Page 90 (and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page xii.) — Capel Lisle Aylett Branfill, 
Captain Glamorganshire Yeomanry, and 
Susannah Hamilton Seymour his wife, 
have issue a daughter, born at The 
Almonry, Evesham, co. Worcester, on 
Monday, 14 September 1914. He 
died, aged 31, from wounds received 
in action on Thursday, n May 1916. 

BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 60.— Lady 
Helen de Vere, youngest daughter of 
Thomas, Earl Brassey, G.C.B., was 
married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Wednesday, 16 August 
191 6, to Major John Murray, Scottish 
Horse, son of John Murray, C.V.O., 
F.S.A., of 50 Albemarle Street, 
London, by Katherine Evelyn his wife, 
4th daughter of William Leslie of 
Warthill, co. Aberdeen. 

Page 63.— Gilbert George Reginald, 
Earl de la Warr, died at Messina, Sicily, 
on Thursday, 16 December 1915. 

Page 65. — Robert Bingham and 
Violet Edith Brassey have further issue 
a son, Hugo Bulkeley Brassey, born on 
Saturday, 5 March 19 10; and two 
daughters, Pamela Rachel, born on 
Monday, 4 December 191 1, and 
Diana, born on Tuesday, 7 July 
1914. 

Page 68. — Lieut.- Colonel Harold 
Ernest Brassey, Royal Horse Guards 
(attached South Lancashire Regiment), 
and Lady Norah his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, born at 40 Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, on Monday, 



BRASSEY, continued. 

1 December 1913. He was killed in 
action, aged 39, on Sunday, 16 July 
1916. 

Page 68 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vi.) — Colonel Edgar Hugh 
Brassey, 1st Life Guards, M.V.O., and 
Margaret Harriet his wife, have further 
issue a son, Hugh Trefusis Brassey, 
born on Tuesday, 5 October 1915, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London. 

BREE. Vol. i, page 280.— The Ven bl « 
William Bree died at the Rectory, 
Allesley, co. Warwick, on Sunday, 
28 January, and was buried on Friday, 

2 February 1917. Will dated 10 May 

1916, proved at Birmingham 27 June 

191 7, by Sophy Adele Bree, relict, 
Frederick Twist and Augustus Donaldson 
Perrott. Sophy Adele, his widow, died, 
aged 59, at Gable End, Allesley, on 
Wednesday, 2 January 19 18. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 13, page 19.— Mary 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James 
Brewster, died, aged 74, at Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, on Friday, 15 December 
191 6, and was buried at Halstead, co. 
Essex. 

Page 22. — Clement James Brewster 
married at St. Mark's, Purley, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 20 June 1914, 
Ruth Amelia Briggs, youngest daughter 
of James Edward Carver of Hampstead, 
co. Middlesex. 

Page 23. — Lieut.-Colonel Robert 
Ferdinand Brewster, Royal Artillery, 
and Katherine Louisa Varenne his 
wife, have further issue two sons, 
James Robert Varenne Brewster, born 
at Weymouth, co. Dorset, on Sun- 
day, 20 June 1915, and Charles Han 
Brewster, born at Bombay, India, on 
Wednesday, 30 August 19 16. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 15, page 8.— Sophia 
Esther, widow of Francis Wentworth 
Brewster, died at Wreatham Place, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, on Thursday, 
2 November 1916. 

BRIGHT. Vol. 2, page 17.— Harriette, 
3rd daughter of Samuel Bright of 
Sandheys, West Derby, co. Lancaster, 
died, aged 80, at 5 Huskisson Street, 
Liverpool, on Saturday, 19 February 
19 1 6, and vvas buried in the ancient 
Chapel of Toxteth, Liverpool. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



BRIGHT, continued. 

Page 17. — Dorothea Anne, widow of 
Heywood Bright, died, aged 68, in 
London, 16 February, and was buried 
at Little Berkhampstead, co. Hert- 
ford, on Tuesday, 20 February 1917 
(see Pedigree of Blackburne, Vol. 10, 
page 142). 



BRINE. Vol. 4, page 18.— The Rev. 
James Edward Bouverie Brine died 
at the Rectory, Drayton St. Leonard, 
co. Oxford, on Saturday, 24 April, - 
and was buried at Drayton 27 April 

1915- 
Page 19. — Major Percival Forbes 
Brine died, aged 57, at Ashford, co. 
Kent, 26 May 1916, and was buried in 
Eddington Cemetery, Heme Bay, co. 
Kent. 

Percival John Frederick Bouverie- 
Brine, Lieutenant Army Service Corps 
(who assumed the additional name of 
Bouverie by Deed Poll dated 6 
December 1915), married at Holy 
Innocents', South Norwood, co. Surrey, 
22 December 19 14, Dulcie Gwendolin, 
Sybil, youngest daughter of John 
Bunce Turner. They have issue a 
son, James Ivor Bouverie Bouverie- 
Brine, born at Taplow House, co. 
Buckingham, 9 October 1915; and a 
daughter, Dulcie Mary Lucy, born at 
College House, Heme Bay, 12 August 
1917. 

Page 21. — Sarah Anne, wife ot 
Ernest Augustus Brine, died at South- 
sea, co. Hants, 19 April 191 7. 



BRITTON. Vol. 2, page 78.— Winstanley 
Carlyon-Britton, Leicestershire Regi- 
ment, was killed in action, aged 30, in 
Flanders 25 September 1917. 



BROADBENT. Vol. 17, page 140.— 
Edgar Richard Broadbent, Captain 8th 
Hussars, married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, 4 August 19 14, 
Kathleen Gertrude, only daughter of 
George Michell Nation of Neville 
Terrace, Onslow Gardens, Kensington, 
London, by Evangeline Constance his 
wife, daughter of Francis Foshery of 
Curragh Bridge, co. Limerick, born 18 
May 1889. They have issue a daughter, 
Diana Mary, born at 10 Neville Terrace, 
Onslow Gardens, on Monday, 18 



BROADBENT, continued. 

October, baptised at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London, on Tuesday, 9 
November 1915. 

Page 140. — Arthur Cecil Broadbent 
died 31 May 191 7, and was buried 
in Paddington Cemetery, Willesden 
Lane, co. Middlesex, 5 June 191 7. 

BROADLEY. Vol. 8, page 86.— 
Alexander Meyrick Broadley died, aged 
68, at Gerrard's Cross, co. Buckingham, 
on Saturday, 15 April, and was buried 
at Bradpole, co. Dorset, on Thursday, 
20 April 1916. 

Page 87 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xiii.) — Robert Alexander Long- 
man and Olive Broadley have further 
issue a daughter, Rosemary, born at 
Bradpole, Esher, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
5 June, and was baptised at Esher, 8 
July 1916. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 143.— 
Major Ralph Eric Royds and Constance 
Alington Brocklebank have further issue 
a son, Thomas Christopher Royds 
Brocklebank, born at Poulton Royd, 
Bebington, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 
2 August 19 16, baptised privately, and 
received into the church at St. Andrew's, 
Bebington, 19 September 191 7. 

Ralph Royds Brocklebank, 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died, 
aged 19, from wounds received in action 
on Wednesday, 16 May 191 7, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Achiet-le- 
Grand, France, the next day. 

BROMLEY. Vol. 5, page 137.— Amelia, 
eldest daughter of Joseph Warner 
Bromley, and widow of the Rev. Samuel 
Garrard, died at Salford Lodge, Avenue 
Road, Malvern, co. Worcester, aged 90, 
15 December 1917. The Rev. Samuel 
Garrard died at Salford Lodge, aged 87, 
29 January 1917. 

BROOKE. Vol. 1, page 78.— Hubert 
Edward Brooke of Mexico City, U.S.A., 
died at Biarritz, France, on Friday, 
15 December 191 6. 

Page 80 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page viii.) — Robert Weston and Margery 
Jean Brooke have further issue a 
daughter, Edith Frances, born at Mid- 
fearn Cottage, Ardgay, co. Ross, on 
Thursday, 16 July 1914. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



BROWN. Vol. 2, page 27.— Edith Muriel, 
youngest daughter of the Rev. Joseph 
Henrv Brown (see Vol. 1, page 53), 
was married at Boyne Hill, co. Berks, 
on Wednesday, 8 December 19 15, to 
William Howe Bissley, 2nd Lieutenant 
8th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regi- 
ment, 4th son of Frank Bissley of 
Maidenhead, co. Berks. 

Henry Colborne Brown married at 
St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, on 
Saturday, 25 November 1916, Gertrude 
Pulleyn,' 2nd daughter of Edward Wyer 
of Kingston Hill, co. Surrey. 

BRUNKER. Vol. 10, page 114.— James 
Edward Brunker died, aged 75, at 18 
Grosvenor Place, Ratha;ar, Dublin, 30 
July, and was buried in Mount Jerome 
Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 
2 August 1917. 

Page 116. — Brigadier General Capel 
Molyneux Brunker, C.M.G., D.S.O., 
married 2ndly at Canterbury Cathedral, 
co. Kent, on Wednesday, 29 July 1914, 
Dorothy Manners, daughter of Albert 
Leland Noel of Hilcote, Canterbury. 

BULL. Vol, 12, page 130.— Roland 
John Howard Bull, admitted a 
Solicitor in December 1913; gazetted 
2nd Lieutenant Queen's Westminster 
(Territorial) Regiment, 26 August 
1 9 14, Lieutenant 7 April 1915, and 
Captain 24 May 1917, was killed on 
Friday, 13 July 1917, and was buried 
at Canada Farm in the Commune of 
Elverdinghe, near Ypres, Flanders. 
Will dated 10 October 191 5, adminis- 
tration granted at the Principal 
Registry 29 August 1917, to Bertha 
Frances Bull, his mother. 

p age r 3 1. —Edmund Bull, Fellow of 
the Institute of Chartered Accountants, 
died, aged 51, at Danes Place, Cobham, 
co. Kent, on Friday, 1 December, and 
was buried at Cobham on Monday, 4 
December 191 6. Will dated 9 Sep- 
tember 1915, proved in the Principal 
Registry 5 May 191 7, by Mildred Jane 
Cole Glanville Bull, relict, and Sir 
William Bull, brother. 

Page 1 32. —Captain Herbert Augustus 
Budden, Adjutant and Organising Officer 
of the Hammersmith Battalion of the 
National Reserve, died at 371a Uxbndge 
Road, Acton Hill, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 20 June 1914, and was buried 
with military honours in Hammersmith 
Cemetery on Wednesday, 24 June 1914- 



BULL, continued. 

Pa^e 132. — Alice Jane Frances, 
daughter of Henry Bull and wife of 
Francis Sitwell Tidcombe, died at 
Bognor, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 21 
October, and was buried in the 
churchyard at Felpham, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 25 October 1915. Will 
dated 15 August 1909, proved in 
the Principal Registry 20 May 19 16, 
by her husband. 

BURKE. Vol. 3, page 44.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Walter St. George Burke, 
Royal Engineers, died, aged 73, at 
Auberies, Sudbury, co. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 17 February 19 16. 

Page 44 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xu.) — Ulick Rowland and Hen- 
rietta Mav Burke have issue a daughter, 
Rachel Mary, born at Compton Lodge, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on Friday, 5 
May 191 1. 

Page 44 (and Addenda, Vol. 13, 
page vi.)— Redmond St. George _ and 
Aileen Marion Burke have further issue 
two sons, Harry St. George Burke, born 
at Almora, North-West Provinces, India, 
on Tuesday, 25 May 1909, and Peter 
Walter Burke, bom at the same place 
on Thursday, 20 September 1917. 

Page 44.— Major Hubert Francis 
Burke, D.S.O., married at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, on 
Tuesday, 9 May 1916, Jane, only child 
of Charles Ashpitel Denton of 119 
Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, 
London. 

BURN. Vol. 17, page 194— Mary 
Isabella, eldest daughter of David 
Laing Burn, died, aged 73, at St. 
Andrew's, co. Fife, on Saturday, n 
December 1915. 

Lieut.- Colonel David Bryce Burn, 
18th Hussars, died, aged 67, in London 
on Saturday, 3 July 1915- 

BURY. Vol. 9, page 113.— Eleanor Sarah, 
widow of Maxwell Bury, died, aged 
87, at Ellesmere, co. Salop, on Friday, 

6 November 1914- 

p a g e u 6— Monica, 3rd daughter of 
the Rev. William Edward Bury, was 
married at Screveton, co. Nottingham, 
on Tuesday, 8 August 191 6, as his 2nd 
wife, to Major (temporary Lieut.-Colonel) 
Montagu Haffenden Hall, Sherwood 
Foresters, of Whatton Manor, co. 
Nottingham (see Pedigree of Hall, 
Vol. 6, page /op). 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



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BUSH. Vol. 6, page 77. — James 
Cromwell Bush, M.C., Lieutenant 
Dorset Regiment, attached to Royal 
Flying Corps, was killed, aged 26, circa 
October 191 7. 

Oliver Herbert Bush, Lieutenant 
Army Service Corps, married at St. 
James', Montreal, Canada, on Monday, 
14 December 1914, Marjorie, eldest 
daughter of William Henry Bell of 
West Mount, Montreal. They have 
issue a daughter, born at Montreal in 
May 191 7. 

BYRON. Vol. 16, page 54.— George 
Frederick William, Baron Byron, died 
at Thrumpton Hall, co. Nottingham, on 
Friday, 30 March, and was buried at 
Thrumpton on Tuesday, 3 March 
1917. 

The Hon ble Margaret Alice, younger 
daughter of The Hon ble Frederick Byron, 
died at Thrumpton Hall on Saturday, 
20 May, and was buried there on 
Wednesday, 24 May 191 6. 

Page 55. — Lieut. -Colonel Horatio 
George Clough -Taylor died, aged 59, 
at Meadhurst Road, Leicester, on 
Monday, 14 February 1916. 

CARBONELL. Vol. 18, page 154.— 
Eleanor, only daughter of William 
Charles Carbonell, died, aged 75, at 
Rhiw Castell, Usk, co. Monmouth on 
Tuesday, 1 December, and was buried 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Thursday, 3 December 1914. 

John Carbonell died, aged 74, at 
Fairleigh, Reigate, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 9 November 19 15, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery on 
Saturday, 13 November 191 5. 

Page 155. — John and Barbara 
Madelaine Honor Carbonell have 
further issue a daughter, Barbara 
Priscilla Honor, born at ^^ Hawke 
Road, Norwood, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
30 July 1917. 

Page 156. — Arthur Francis Carbonell 
married at St. Mark's, Reigate, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 14 September 
1914, Constance Agnes, eldest daughter 
of Edward Saunders of St. Ann's, 
Reigate. 

William Charles Carbonell, 2nd 
Lieutenant South Staffordshire Regi- 
ment was killed in action in France, 
aged 24, on Friday, 1 September 
1916. 



CARR. Vol 7, page 122 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page xvi.) — Ralph Hamilton 
and Marguerite Adele Carr have issue 
a son, John Moncrieff Carr, born at 
40 Westminster Mansions, Great Smith 
Street, Westminster, on Monday, 20 
December 1915 ; and a daughter, 
Elizabeth Helene, born at 92 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 21 October 1917. 

Page 127. — Hubert William Culling 
Carr-Gomm, M.P., Captain ' 2/2 2nd 
Battalion The London Regiment (The 
Queen's), married 2iidly at the Chapel 
Royal, Savoy, on Saturday, 12 February 
19 1 6,. Eleanor Margaret, only daughter 
of Norreys Russell of 43 Westbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, Barrister- 
at-Law. 

Mark Culling Carr-Gomm, Lieutenant 
Middlesex Yeomanry, attached to Royal 
Engineers, married at St. Mary's, Bath- 
wick, co. Somerset, on Saturday, 17 
February 191 7, Amicia Dorothy, only 
daughter of Lieut. - Colonel Dempster 
Heming of Mancetter Lodge, Ather- 
stone, co. Warwick, formerly of the 
Madras Police. 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 161.— 
Lieut. -Colonel Henry Arbuthnot Carr, 
D.S.O., Worcestershire Regiment, 
married at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
London, 23 April 191 3, Elsie Pearson, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Putnam of 
Greylands, Darlington, co. Durham. 
They have issue a son, Henry Ralph 
Carr, born at Maymyo, Burma, on 
Saturday, 14 March 19 14. 

Martin Raymond Carr, Captain Wor- 
cestershire Regiment, was killed in 
action at the battle of the Aisne, 
France, on Friday, 18 September 1914. 
Guendolyn Mary, his widow (see 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xvi.) was 
married 2ndly at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, on Wednesday, 7 
November 19 17, to Charles Richard 
Delabere Pritchett, 3rd son of 
George Edward Pritchett, F.S.A. (see 
Pedigree of Pritchett, Vol. I, page 

I97-) 

Ralph Clement Wedgwood Carr 
married at St. James', Louth, co. 
Lincoln, on Saturday, 6 May 19 16, 
Ava Waddell, younger daughter of 
Joseph Allan Currie of Edinburgh. 

Page 161 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xvi.) — Thomas Fenwicke Clennell 
Carr Ellison, Captain 12th Durham 



xvin 



ADDITIONS b- CORRECTIONS. 



CARR-ELLISON, continued. 

Light Infantry, and Winifred his wife, 
have issue a son, John Geoffery 
Carr- Ellison, born at 38 Military 
Road, Colchester, co. Essex, on Mon- 
day, 31 May 19 1 5, and a daughter, 
Barbara Winifred, born at the same 
place, on Tuesday, 6 February 
1917. 

Page 161 (and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page iv.) — John Ralph Stockley and 
Alice Ursula Carr-Ellison had issue a 
daughter, Rita Emily, born at Rose 
Villa, Archbold Terrace, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, 24 October 191 1. He 
died at Ledard, Aberfoyle, co. Perth, 
25 October 1912. Alice Ursula, his 
widow, was married 2ndly at Liverpool 
in March 191 4, to Richard Gordon 
William Mason, Lieutenant Royal 
Naval Reserve. She died at Waterloo, 
co. Lancaster, 2 January 1915. 

Page 161 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page :cz«'.)— Herbert George Carr 
and Mabel Mary Carr-Ellison have 
issue a son, Theodore Ralph Tate 
Carr-Ellison, born at 15 Portland 
Terrace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on 
Wednesday, 24 February, baptised at 
Acklington, co. Northumberland, in 
April 1915. 

Page 165. — Lilian, youngest daughter 
of Mansel Frederick Carr of Grosvenor 
House, Blackheath, co. Kent, was 
married at St. John's, Blackheath, on 
Tuesday, 5 September 19 16, to the 
Rev. Douglas Austin Jaquet, eldest son 
of Robert Glover Jaquet of Northdene, 
Liskeard Gardens, Blackheath ; M.A. of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term 1906, B. A. 1909; 
Curate of Christ Church, Hampstead, 
co. Middlesex, 1910-14; Chaplain to 
the Forces 1914. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 44 (and 
Addendas, Vol. 12, page xiv., and 
Vol. ly, page viii.) — Philip and Jessie 
Inglis Castle have further issue a 
daughter, Patience Graham, born at 
Chessington Lodge, Ewell, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 27 February 19 15. 

Page 44. — Sidney Batho Castle, 6th 
Middlesex Regiment, died on active 
service in France, aged 27, on Tuesday, 
4 January 19 16. 

Kathleen Batho, eldest daughter of 
Sidney Castle of 13 Atterburn Terrace, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. Northumber- 
land, was married by special licence at 



CASTLE, continued. 

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, on 
Saturday, 12 September 19 14, to 
Dashwood Strettell, Captain 23rd 
Cavalry (Frontier Force), eldest son of 
Colonel Strettell of Kohat, Camberley, 
co. Surrey. 

Page 45. — Jane, widow of Aber- 
crombie Castle, died, aged 71, at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
2 February, and was buried in Putney 
Vale Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 5 February 1916. Will proved 
in the Principal Registry 8 March 
1916. 

Page 46. — Marcellus Purnell Castle, 
M.V.O, J. P., died in London on 
Wednesday, 21 March, and was buried 
at Sevenoaks, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
24 March 191 7. 

Charles Hornblower Cock died at 
West Malvern, co. Worcester, 8 January, 
and was buried at St. James', West 
Malvern, 12 January 1907. 

Page 48. — Septimus Castle died, 
aged 62, at Park Lodge, Bidston, co. 
Chester, on Saturday, 14 July, and 
was buried at Bidston on Tuesday, 
17 July 191 7. Will proved in the 
Principal Registry 18 September 1917, 
by Godfrey Ernest Castle and George 
William Allen. 

Godfrey Ernest Castle, Captain 13th 
Lancashire Battery Royal Field 
Artillery (Territorial Force), married 
at Preston-by-Faversham, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 19 January 19 15, Rosalind 
Kate, eldest daughter of Osborne 
Vallance of Macknade, Faversham ; 
born at Bobbing, co. Kent, 14 December 
1893. They have issue a daughter, 
Rosalind Constance, born at Aymers, 
Lynsted, co. Kent, on Sunday, 7 
November, baptised at Bidston, co. 
Chester, 18 December 191 5. 

Constance Winifred Harriet, younger 
daughter of Septimus Castle, was 
married at Bidston on Monday, 14 
June 1915, to Wilfrid Altha Codrington 
Nation of Alderley Edge, co. Chester, 
Lieutenant 7th Manchester Regiment 
(Territorial Force), son of the Rev. 
Charles Codrington Nation, Rector of 
Barrowby, co. Lincoln. 

Hugh Septimus Castle, Assistant 
Paymaster Royal Naval Reserve, 
married at the Registry Office, Poland 
Street, London, 25 April 19 12, 
Dorothea, daughter of Charles Mylne 
Barker of Bedford Row, London, 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



CASTLE, continued. 

Solicitor. They have issue a son, 
Ronald Hugh Castle, born at Wyvols, 
Esher, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 4 
August, baptised at Thames Ditton, 
co. Surrey, 19 September 1914. 

CATOR. Vol. 5, page 56. — Frederick 
Edward Thomas Lumley Cator died, 
aged 50, on Monday, 8 March, and 
was buried in Brookwood Cemetery, 
co. Surrey, on Thursday, ir March 1915. 
Page 57. — Frederick Henry Cator 
died, aged 79, at 44 Belgrave Road, 
Westminster, on Thursday, 27 Decem- 
ber, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery on Monday, 31 December 
1917. 

CAUDLE. Vol. 8, page 121. — Florence 
Jessie, elder daughter of Charles Edward 
Caudle, M.R.C.S., was married at 
Meerut, India, on Saturday, 28 October 
1916, to Howard Vincent Allpress, 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery, son of 
Vincent S. Allpress, M. Inst. C.E., of 
3 First Avenue, Hove, co. Sussex. 

CAVE- BROWNE. Vol. 9, page 23.— 
Edith Mary, 3rd daughter of the Rev. 
John Cave-Browne, died at St. Albans, 
co. Hertford, on Saturday,- 4 November 
1916. 

Page 24. — William Cave-Browne, 
Captain Royal Engineers, married at 
Roorkee, India, on Monday, 14 Feb- 
ruary 19 1 6, Muriel, elder daughter of 
J. W. Wainwright, Assoc. M. Inst. C. E. 
They have issue a son, born at Roorkee 
on Saturday, 6 January 1917. 

William Charles Cave-Browne died 
at Trichinopoly, Madras, India, on 
Saturday, 4 November 19 16. 

CAVE - BROWNE - CAVE. Vol. 1 1, 
page 155. — Henry Wilmot Cave-Browne- 
Cave died, aged 52, at Surbiton, 
co. Surrey, on Thursday, 5 August 

19*5- 

Page 156 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page vii.) — Stretton and Ethel Milbro 
Cave-Browne-Cave have further issue 
two sons, Stretton Patrick Cave Browne- 
Cave, born 24 November 191 1, baptised 
at the parish church, Harborne, co. 
Stafford ; and Bryan William Cave- 
Browne-Cave, born at Wellington Lodge, 
Harborne, on Sunday, 12 December 
1015- 



CAVE- BROWNE-CAVE, continued. 

Page 156. — The Rev. William Cecil 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Vicar of St. Thomas', 

Sydney, New South Wales, married 

2ndly Edith Evans, and died in July 

*9*3- 

Page 158. — Frances Esther Ann, 
widow of the Rev. Fitzherbert Astley 
Cave-Browne-Cave, died, aged 68, at 
Wychbury, Stourbridge, co. Worcester, 
on Sunday, 8 October 1916. 

Page 159. — The Rev. Edward Farsyde 
Cave -Browne -Cave died, aged 81, at 
Holbrook, Hampton Park, Hereford, 
on Tuesday, 9 March 1915. 

Courtney Priestley Edward Cave- 
Browne-Cave married 6 January 1915, 
Helen Freda, daughter of John Cable 
of Epping, co. Essex. 

Page 162. — Bernard Cave-Browne- 
Cave, Captain Wiltshire Regiment, died, 
aged 50, at Bournemouth, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 5 April 191 7. 

CAVENDISH. Vol 1, page 133.- 
Spencer Frederick George Cavendish, 
Captain 1st Battalion Shropshire Light 
Infantry, died 7 December 191 5, and 
was buried at Umtali, Rhodesia. 

Mary Constance, wife of Reginald 
Richard Frederick Cavendish, died, 
aged 54, at Danum, Castle Road, 
Weybridge, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 14 
July, cremated at Woking on Thursday, 
16 July 1914. 

Page 133 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page ix.) — Godfrey Lionel John 
Cavendish, Captain 97th Gurkhas, and 
Cora Grace Graham his wife, have issue 
two sons, Godfrey Herbert Richard 
Cavendish, born 14 January 19 12, and 
Hubert Gordon Compton Cavendish, 
born 26 February 1913. Godfrey Lionel 
John Cavendish died of wounds 
received in action at Givenchy, France, 
aged 30, 22 December 19 14. 

Diana Violet Gladys, 2nd daughter of 
Reginald Richard Frederick Cavendish, 
was married at Narborough, co. Norfolk, 
on Thursday, 16 April 1914, to James 
Shuckburgh Carter (3rd son of Thomas 
John Proctor Carter, Assistant Master 
at Eton College) ; educated at Eton. 

Page 134. — Ianthe Florence, widow 
of Francis William Henry Cavendish, 
died at Gerrard's Cross, co. Buckingham, 
on Friday, 20 July 191 7, and was buried 
at Chalfont St. Peter, co. Buckingham. 

Alwyn Lionel Compton Cavendish, 
Captain Rifle Brigade, married at 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



CAVENDISH, continued. 

St. John's, Edinburgh, on Saturday, 
1 8 August 191 7, Muriel Cecil Harriott, 
eldest daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Charles 
Henry Brabazon Heaton-Ellis of Wyddial 
Hall, co. Hertford, and widow of 
Richard Charles Graves -Sawle, Lieu- 
tenant Coldstream Guards ; born at 
21 Bryanston Street, St. Marylebone, 
London, on Thursday, 17 October 
1889. 

Page 136. — William Henry Alexander 
George Delmar and Edith Louisa 
Cavendish had further issue a daughter, 
Alice Lucy Caroline, born 23 February 
1884, married 23 July 1912, Douglas 
Stuart Harris of Ganges, British 
Columbia ; and a son, William Henry 
George Cavendish, born 28 July 1885, 
married 18 September 1907, Beatrice 
3rd daughter of Edwin P. Pearson of 
Toronto, Canada ; she died 7 November 
1914, leaving issue two son:,, Edwin 
Pearson Cavendish, born 28 July 1908, 
and William Delmar Cavendish, born 

5 July I9«- 

Georgina Edith Bessie, elder daughter 
of William Henry Alexander George 
Delmar Cavendish, was married 12 
August 1897, to Winsloe Hall of 
Adelaide, South Australia. 

Charles Alfred William Delmar 
Cavendish married at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 30 
March 1914, Ruth Madeleine, youngest 
daughter of Henry William Smith of 
Sydney, New South Wales. They have 
issue a son, born at Copthorne, Burgh 
Heath, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 22 
March 1 9 1 6 ; and a daughter born at 
the same place on Wednesday, 2 1 
February 19 17. 

Louisa Anna Grace, 3rd daughter of 
William Henry Alexander George 
Delmar Cavendish, was married 30 
April 19 14, to Henry A. Norie 
of Cowichan Station, Vancouver 
Island. 

CAZALET. Page 4 of present volume. 
Edward Cazalet, 2nd Lieutenant Welsh 
Guards, was killed in action on Sunday, 
10 September 1916. 

CHAFY. Vol. 7, page in.— The Rev. 
William Kyle West wood Chafy, D.D., 
died, aged 75, at Rous Lench 
Court, co. Worcester, on Sunday, 16 
July 1916. 



CHAFY, continued. 

Page 1 1 2 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xvii.) — Ralph Evelyn Westwood 
and Jadwiga Stanislawa Chafy have 
issue a daughter born on Friday, 31 
July 1914. 

CHAMPNEYS. Vol. 10, page 51.— 
Cicely Marian, elder daughter of Basil 
Champneys, was married at St. John's, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Wednes- 
day, 23 September 19 14, to Aubrey 
Wilson Martin (son of the Rev. William 
Martin of Darley Abbey, co. Derby). 

Page 53. — Margaret de L'Etang, only 
daughter of Sir Francis Henry 
Champneys, Baronet, M.D., was married 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
on Saturday, 3 July 1915, to the Rev. 
Eric George Southam (elder son of 
Frederick Armitage Southam, F.R.C.S., 
of Rusholme, Manchester) ; born 24 
May 1884; educated at Rugby and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1907, 
M.A. 1910; Perpetual Curate of St. 
Paul's, Haggerston, co. Middlesex, and 
Chaplain to the Metropolitan Hospital 
1914. 

John Dalrymple Champneys, Lieu- 
tenant Leicestershire Regiment, was 
mortally wounded and captured by the 
Germans while on patrol duty in France 
on Monday, 22 November 191 5, died 
the same day, and was buried by them 
at Monchy. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 62 (and Addenda, 
Vol 18, page xviii.) — Geoffrey Robert 
Lucas and Mary Evelyn Chance have 
further issue a daughter, Eleanor 
Evelyn, born at Greenfield, King- 
swinford, co. Stafford, on Saturday, 29 
April, baptised at Kingswinford 10 June 
1916. 

Page 63 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xviii.) — Geoffrey Henry Barrington 
Chance, 2nd Lieutenant Hampshire 
Regiment (attached Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers) and Hazel Mary Louise his 
wife, have issue a daughter, born at The 
Shrubbery, Burghfield Bridge, co. Berks, 
on Wednesday, 5 April 1916. 

Page 68. — Andrew Ferguson Chance, 
Captain Royal Field Artillery, was killed 
in action in France, aged 32, on Sunday, 
3 October 19 15. 

Eleanor Mary, only daughter of 
Frederick William Chance, was married 
at St. Barnabas', Kensington, London, 



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CHANCE, co?itinued. 

on Wednesday, 14 March 19 17, to 
Edward Spencer Calthrop, R.N., M.B., 
B.Sc, 2nd son of Edward Calthrop. 

Page 69. — Henry Fetherstone Chance 
died, aged 57, at 44 Portland Court, 
Great Portland Street, London, on 
Thursday, 27 January 1916. Grace, 
his widow (see Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page viii.) died, aged 39, at 132 Bedford 
Court Mansions, Holborn, London, on 
Monday, 29 January 191 7. 

Page 70 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page x). — Arent Schulyer de Peyster 
and Phyllis Marion Elsie Chance have 
issue a son, born on Wednesday, 16 
October 19 12. 

Page 71. — Guy Ogden de Peyster 
Chance, Lieutenant 1st Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, was killed in action, aged 22, 
near Menin, in Flanders, on Monday, 
19 October 1914. 

Alexander Macomb Chance died, 
aged 73, at Walcot, Torquay, co. 
Devon, on Thursday, 22 Novem- 
ber, and was buried at Quinton, co. 
Worcester, on Monday, 25 November 
1917. 

Page 71 (and Addenda, Vol. 13, 
page vii.) — Kenneth Macomb and 
Muriel Clara Chance have further issue 
a daughter, born at 14 Cornwall 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, on 
Tuesday, 24 November 19 14. 

Page 71 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xviii.) — Clinton Frederick and 
Janet Chance have issue a son, born at 
12 Arthur Road, Edgbaston,co. Warwick, 
on Tuesday, 19 January 1915 ; and a 
daughter, born at the same place on 
Monday, 25 June 1917. 

CHARD. Vol. 12, page 163.— Dorothy 
Louise Josephine, elder daughter of 
Richard Augustine Selway Chard, was 
married at Chichester, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 15 May 1917, to Major 
Alexander Edward Gordon Fraser, 
R.A.M.C, only son of Donald Alex- 
ander Fraser, M.D., of Totnes, co. 
Devon. 

CHASE. Vol. 5, page 74. — Eliza Compigne, 
elder daughter of Samuel Compigne 
Chase, died at Abbotsford, Ramsgate, 
co. Kent, on Monday, 27 December 
1915- 

Pa g e 75 ( an d Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xviii.) — The Rev. Cyril Francis 



CHASE, continued. 

and Joyce Mary Umfreville Chase 
have issue a daughter Nancy, born at 
Balcarres, Saskatchewan, Canada, on 
Thursday, 16 September 1915. 

Page 76 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page viii.) — Charles Allen and Ruth 
Murly Chase have further issue a son, 
Peter Allen Chase, born at Glenauldyn, 
Broxbourne, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 
18 July, baptised at Ely Cathedral 
2 October 1915. 

CHISENHALE- MARSH. Vol. 4, 
page 7 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xix.) — Atherton Harold and Lorna 
Chisenhale-Marsh have issue a son, 
Hugo Atherton Chisenhale-Marsh, born 
at Kensington Palace Mansions, London, 
on Wednesday, 19 May, baptised at 
Theydon Gernon, co. Essex, 25 July 
I9I5- 

CHRISTIE. Vol. 2, page 126.— Henry 
Herbert Christie died, aged 45, at 
Oakfield, Stevenage, co. Hertford, on 
Thursday, 4 February 19 15. 



CLAPTON. Vol. 10, page 10.— Arthur 
Clapton, 2nd Lieutenant Royal Fusi- 
liers, presumed to have been killed 
in action on Friday, 15 September 
1916. 



CLAY. Vol. 1, page 68 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 1 J, page x.) — Lionel Pilleau and 
Mary Winifred Muriel Clay have further 
issue a daughter, Penelope Mary, 
born at 20 Regent's Court, Park 
Road, Regent's Park, London, on 
Friday, n February, baptised at the 
parish church, Marylebone, London, 
25 March 1916. 



CLAY. Vol. 14, page 85. — Margaret, wife 
of Sir Arthur Temple Felix Clay, 
Baronet, died at 19 Hyde Park Gate, 
London, on Christmas Day, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 29 December 

I9I5- 

George Felix Neville and Rachel Clay 
have further issue a son, Anthony George 
Hobhouse Clay, born at West Heath, 
Limpsfield, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
9 Juty »9i4- 



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ADDITIONS 6* CORRECTIONS. 



CLOUGH-TAYLOR. Vol. 6, page 45- 
Horatio George Clough-Taylor died, 
aged 59, at Meadhurst Road, Leicester, 
14 February, and was buried at Kirkby 
Mallory, co. Leicester, 17 February 1916. 

COCKERELL. Vol. 10, page 35.— 
Andrew Pepys Cockerell, 2nd Lieutenant 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, was killed in 
action, aged 19, on Monday, 14 August 
1916. 

Page 36. — Louisa Elizabeth, widow 
of John Rennie Cockerell, died, aged 
73, at 36 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, on Saturday, 8 May, and 
was buried on Wednesday, 12 May 1915. 

Page 40. — Frederica, Lady North, and 
youngest daughter of Richard Howe 
Cockerell, died at Wroxton Abbey, 
Banbury, co. Oxford, on Friday, 12 
March, and was buried at Kirtling, co. 
Cambridge, on Tuesday, 16 March 1915. 

Samuel Pepys Cockerell, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Flying Corps, died, aged 
34, at Ismailia, Egypt, while serving 
with the Expeditionary Force, on 
Saturday, 20 March 1915. 

CODRINGTON. Vol. 16, page 26.— 
Lieut.- Colonel Hubert Walter Codring- 
ton, Commanding 13th Rajputs, Indian 
Army, and Esther Alice his wife, have 
further issue two daughters, Joan Esther, 
born at Gulmarg, Kashmir, India, on 
Tuesday, 14 July, baptised there 20 
August 191 1 ; and Violet de Burgh, born 
at Agra, India, 4 November, baptised 
there 2 December 19 13. 

Page 27. — Helen Maude, wife of 
Lieut.-Colonel Harry de Burgh Codring- 
ton, was drowned in the sinking of 
the Peninsular and Oriental Steam 
Navigation Company's liner " Persia," 
which was torpedoed on Thursday, 30 
December 19 15. 

Marjorie Doris, only daughter of 
Lieut. - Colonel Harry de Burgh 
Codrington, was married at Christ 
Church, Rawal Pindi, Punjab, India, 
on Monday, 27 April 19 14, to Percy 
Charles Penn-Gaskell, younger son of 
Peter Penn-Gaskell of Shanagarry, 
co. Cork, J. P. 

COLLIER. Vol. 1, page 57.— Elizabeth, 
widow of John Collier, died, aged 90, 
at Priory Close, Bridlington, co. York, 
23 February, and was buried in the 
Priory Churchyard, Bridlington, 26 
February 19 16. 



COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 115 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xxi.) —Robert 
John Collins, Captain Royal Berkshire 
Regiment, and Violet Agnes his wife, 
have issue twin daughters, Prudence 
and Anne Amadea, born at 12 
Southcote Road, Reading, co. Berks, 
on Friday, 10 July 1914. Prudence 
was baptised privately on Monday, 13 
July 1915, died the same day and was 
buried at Reading. Anne Amadea was 
baptised in London 27 August 1915. 

COLLYER. Vol. 9, page 18 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xii.) — Roger 
Messenger Monsey Collyer, Lieut.- 
Commander Royal Naval Reserve, and 
Maud Winifred his wife, have further 
issue two daughters, Elizabeth Maud, 
born 12 January 1913 ; and Ruth Amy, 
born 29 July 1914. 

Page 20. — Francis Bedingfeld Collyer 
died, aged 29, in Nigeria, 27 August 1917, 
and was buried at Abrokuta. 

COLLYER. Vol. 16, page 167.— Eliza- 
beth Rose Chancellor, younger daughter 
of William Daniel Collyer, was married 
at Weston, co. Somerset, on Saturday, 
12 December 19 14, to Ernest Sydney 
Langdon Harper, 3rd son of Dr. Joseph 
Harper of Barnstaple, co. Devon. 

COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 143.— Violet 
Rees, elder daughter of Russell James 
Colman, was married at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 1 No- 
vember 1915, to Vivian Noverre Lockett, 
Captain 17th Lancers, youngest son of 
Charles Harrison Lockett of Redcliffe, 
New Brighton, co. Chester, by Catherine 
Buchanan his wife, dau. of Robert 
Kerr of Liverpool (see Pedigree of 
Lockett, Vol. 2, page 109). 

Page 146. — Olive, younger daughter 
of Horace Palmer Colman, was married 
at the Congregational Church, Princes 
Street, Norwich, on Tuesday, 30 October 
1917, to Kenneth Hubert Fielding, 2nd 
Lieutenant Norfolk Regiment, youngest 
son of Dr. Fielding. 

COLMAN. Vol. 9, page 7 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page vi.) — Cecil and 
Florence Beatrice Colman have further 
issue a son born at 35 Finchley Road, 
Westcliff-on-Sea, co. Essex, on Satur- 
day, 8 August 1908 ; and a daughter, 
born at Wildercombe, Gordon Road, 
West Ealing, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 9 September 1916. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



COLYER. Vol. 12, page 35. — Catherine, 
3rd daughter of John Colyer, died, 
aged 72, at Fairlawn, 4 The Green, 
St. Leonard's -on -Sea, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 15 February, and was buried 
at Cray ford, co. Kent, on Monday, 19 
February 191 7. 

COLYER. Vol. 13, page 49. — Laura 
Mildred, 2nd daughter of Charles 
Colyer, died at 30 St. John's Road, 
Putney Hill, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
24 January, and was buried at 
Farningham, co. Kent, on Friday, 28 
January 1916. 

COLYER -FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, 
page 128 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxi.) — Max Christian Hamilton 
Colyer-Fergusson, Captain Army Ser- 
vice Motor Transport Corps, and 
Edith Jane his wife, have issue a son, 
James Herbert Hamilton Colyer- 
Fergusson, born at 17 Manchester 
Street, St. Pancras', London, on Wed- 
nesday, 10 January, baptised at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
24 March 191 7. 

Page 128. — Thomas Riversdale 
Colyer - Fergusson, 2nd Lieutenant 
(acting Captain) Northamptonshire 
Regiment, was killed, aged 21, in action 
by a sniper, at Belle varde, Flanders, 
on Tuesday, 31 July, and was buried 
in Menin Road Cemetery, 3 August 
1917. Posthumous award of V.C. 6 
September 191 7. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 146.— Andrew 
Pater Comber, Captain Devonshire 
Regiment, died, aged 49, at Queen 
Alexandra's Military Hospital, Millbank, 
London, on Tuesday, 29 June, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 2 July 1915. 

Page 148. — Annie Baddeley, widow 
of Thomas Comber, died, aged 73, at 
Leighton Brow, Neston, co. Chester, on 
Wednesday, 28 March, and was buried 
in the churchyard at Neston 31 March 

1917- 
Page 149. — Major the Rev. Edward 
Philip Comber, R.F.A., married at the 
parish church, Whitchurch, co. Salop, 
on Tuesday, 12 September 1916, 
Marion Joan, elder daughter of James 
Meymott Etches of the White House, 
Whitchurch. 



COMBERMERE. Vol. 18, page 22.— 
The Hon ble Caroline Susan Mary 
Stapleton, elder daughter of Colonel 
Sir Wellington Henry, Viscount Comber- 
mere, and widow of Lieut. -Colonel 
Cecil Lennox Peel, died, aged 69, at 
Easthampstead Cottage, Wokingham, 
co. Berks, on Monday, 28 August, and 
was buried at Easthampstead, co. Berks, 
on Thursday, 31 August 19 16. 

CONDER. Vol. 1, page 18.— Edward 
Conder, M.C., Captain Gloucestershire 
Regiment, married at St. Mary's, 
Newent, co. Gloucester, on Saturday, 
13 October 191 7, Madeline Grace, 
daughter of Luke Livingston Macassey 
of Holywood, co. Down. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 18. — Athelstan 
Monro Coode, Captain Royal Engineers, 
married at Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, 
on Thursday, 7 January 19 15, Ethel, 
daughter of the Rev. George Cartwright. 
They have issue two daughters, Rachel, 
born at Orchard Leigh, Bonchurch, on 
Sunday, 7 November 1915, baptised 
at Newchurch, Isle of Wight, and 
Margaret, born 10 October 19 17. 

Page 18 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xi.) — Cuthbert Harold Coode, 
Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry, 
and Lucy Edith Howard-Stafford, his 
wife, have further issue two daughters, 
Mary Howard, bom in February 1912; 
and Anne, born at Forton Barracks, 
Gosport, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 
15 November 191 6. 

Page 18. — Major Donald Russell 
Coode, R.F.A., married at Bonchurch 
on Wednesday, 14 February 19 16, 
Alexa, eldest daughter of Alexander 
Burnett of Stoneleigh, Inverurie, co. 
Aberdeen. 

Page 19 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, page 
ill.) — John Melvill and Ruth Caroline 
Coode have further issue a daughter, 
born at Simla, India, on Sunday, 8 
August 19 1 5. 

Page 20. — Jane Coode of Ponddhu, 
St. Austell, co. Cornwall, younger 
daughter of Thomas Coode, died on 
Tuesday, 17 April, and was buried at 
St. Mewan, co. Cornwall, on Saturday, 
21 April 191 7. 

Page 20 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xi.) — William Melvill and Helen 
Coode had issue a daughter, born at 
Trevarna, St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 3 
June 1915, who died a few hours later. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



COODE. Vol. ii, page 114.— Charles 
Arthur Penrose Coode married at St. 
Michael and All Angels', Stonebridge 
Park, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 27 
March 1915, Dorothy Mary, only 
daughter of Captain Nugent Sims, 
R.N.R. They have issue a son, Peter 
Nugent Penrose Coode, born at 47 
Culmington Road, Ealing, co. Middle- 
sex, 10 June, baptised at St. Michael 
and All Angels', Stonebridge Park, co. 
Middlesex, 2 July 19 16 ; and a daughter, 
Betty Hamilton Penrose, born at the 
same place 8 September, baptised at 
Christ Church, Ealing, 6 October 1917. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 129.— Mary 
Anne, 2nd daughter of Thomas Henry 
Cookson of Boston Spa, co. York, died, 
aged 85, at 6 Lansdown Place, Chelten- 
ham, co. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 

28 April 191 5. 

Henry Anstey Cookson of Westwood, 
Cheltenham, M.D. Edin., F.R.C.S. Eng., 
Major Royal Army Medical Corps, 
married at Chedworth, co. Gloucester, 
on Saturday, 9 October 19 15, Elizabeth 
Georgina, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. George Edward Mackie, Vicar of 
Chedworth. They have issue a son, 
born at Cheltenham on Sunday, 10 
June 191 7. 

Page 133. — Samuel Cookson, M.D., 
died, aged 80, at St. Kitts, Boscombe, co. 
Hants, on Wednesday, 21 Novemberi9i7. 

COTTON. Vol. 10, page 70. — Constance 
Muriel, 2nd daughter of the Rev. James 
Stapleton Cotton, was married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 20 April 19 15, to Geoffrey 
Pearson Rogers, Captain King's 
Liverpool Rifles, son of Fletcher 
Rogers of Aigburth, co. Lancaster. 

The Rev. Frederick Arthur Stapleton 
Cotton joined the Royal Scots Fusiliers 

29 September 1914, and was gazetted 
Captain 10 June 1915, serving in 
European War since May 1915. He 
married at Mossley, co. Chester, 3 
July 1 91 2, Evelyn Mary, daughter of 
Colonel Ormsby Rogers of Congleton, 
co. Chester. They have issue a son, 
Hugh Philip Stapleton Cotton, born 
at Liscard, co. Chester, 1 May 19 13, 
baptised at Audlem, co. Chester ; and 
a daughter, Sheila Evelyn Ormsby, 
born at Farnborough, co. Hants, 18 
January 1915, baptised at the parish 
church, South Farnborough. 



COTTON-JODRELL. Vol. 18, page 
151. — Colonel Sir Edward Thomas 
Davenant Cotton -Jodrell, K.C.B., died, 
aged 70, 13 October, and was cremated 
at Manchester 16 October 191 7. 

COURTENAY. Vol. 14, page 77.— 
Catherine, 4th daughter of the Rt. 
Hon bk Thomas Peregrine Courtenay, 
and widow of the Rev. George Carter, 
died, aged 87, at Kenton, co. Devon, 
on Friday, 12 June 19 14. 

CRAIG. Addenda, Vol. 15, page ix.— 
Frances Dorothea, wife of the Rev. 
William Alban Cunningham Craig (see 
Vol. 6, page 146), died at Clevedon, 
co. Somerset, 14 November, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, 17 November 1916. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 92 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xiv.) — Major 
Charles Stirling, R.A., husband of the 
Hon ble Amy Harriott, died, aged 43, at 
Assington, co. Suffolk, on Thursday, 
19 November, and was buried there on 
Monday, 23 November 1914. 

Page 95. — Norman Philip Gurdon, 
Lieutenant Indian Infantry, was killed 
in action on Monday, 9 October 19 16. 

Charles William Gurdon died, aged 
15, at Hertford County Hospital, on 
Monday, 25 October, and was buried 
at Great Amwell, co. Hertford, on 
Thursday, 28 October 1915. 

Page 97. — Gladys Mary, only daughter 
of the Rt. Rev. Francis Gurdon, Bishop 
of Hull, was married at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, 
on Thursday, 4 May 1916, to Lieut.- 
Commander Charles George Ley 
Woollcombe, R.N. (see present volume, 
page 67). 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9.— 
Georgina Mary Payne, 3rd daughter 
of the Rev. Charles Walter Payne 
Crawfurd, died at Ardmillan, East 
Grinstead, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 6 
November, and was buried in East 
Grinstead Cemetery on Friday, 9 
November 191 7. 

Page 9 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxiii.) — Major Proby Ed Ward 
Payne and Ad£ Violet Marguerite 
Edith Crawfurd, have further issue twin 
sons, Robert John Payne Crawfurd and 
Edward Reginald Payne Crawfurd, born 
at Chelwood, Hayward's Heath, co. 
Sussex, on Thursday, 29 March, baptised 
at Hayward's Heath 18 May 19 17. 



ADDITIONS cV CORRECTIONS. 



CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 120 (a?id Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page iv.) — Frederick William 
Beresford and Constance Agnes Cripps 
have further issue a son, John Harrison 
Cripps, born at Waterton House, 
Cirencester, co. Gloucester, on Friday, 
16 October, baptised at Ampney Crucis, 
co. Gloucester, 15 November 1914. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 76.— Emma Bush, 
youngest daughter of Richard Cripps, 
died, aged 84, at The Avenue, Surbiton, 
co. Surrey, 20 August 1915, and was 
buriedinBrookwoodCemetery,co. Surrey. 

CRISP. Vol. 13, page 119.— Barbara, 
youngest daughter of Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, was married at Godalming, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 9 September 19 16, 
to William Ion Falconar Macdonald 
(son of Chessborough Falconar John 
Macdonald of Falcon Manor, Towcester, 
co. Northampton, and of Wantabadgery, 
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, J. P. 
for co. Northampton, by Alice Blanche, 
his wife, eldest daughter of Sir William 
John Clarke, 1st Baronet); born at Clive- 
den, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 
6 November 1890, baptised at St. Mary's, 
Sunbury, Victoria ; Scholar of Charter- 
house 1 904-1 909 ; matriculated at New 
College, Oxford, Michaelmas Term 
1909 (2nd-class Classical Mods.), B.A. 
(2nd-class in History) 1913; 2nd 
Lieutenant Leicestershire Yeomanry 23 
September 1914, Lieutenant 15 January 
1916, and Captain 1 June following; 
served in European War 2 November 
1914. 

CRISP. Vol. 14, page 144. — Stanley 
Searle Crisp, Captain Royal Field 
Artillery, married at St. James', West- 
minster, on Thursday, 27 July 19 16, 
Muriel May, daughter of George Bryson 
Clarke of Petton, co. Salop. 

CROWFOOT. Vol. 1, page 26.-Ellen, 
younger daughter of William Edward 
Crowfoot, F.R.C.S., J. P., died, aged 
71, at Beccles, co. Suffolk, 21 June 
191 5, and was buried at Beccles. 

Page 26 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxiii.) — The Rev. Alfred Henchman 
and Margaret Jessie Crowfoot have 
issue a son, William Millidge Crowfoot, 
born at Hampton Rectory, New Bruns- 
wick, Canada, 21 October 1915, baptised 
at Hampton ; and a daughter, Margaret 
Henchman, born 25 January 191 7. 



CRUWYS. Vol. 7, page 25. — Lewis 
George Cruwys of Cruwys Morchard, 
Tiverton, co. Devon, Recruiting Officer, 
formerly Captain 6th (Territorial) Bat- 
talion Devonshire Regiment, married 
at St. David's, Exeter, co. Devon, on 
Monday, 19 November 19 17, Margaret 
Campbell Speke, elder daughter of 
Colonel Alexander Houghton Aber- 
crombie, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

The Rev. Robert Geoffrey Cruwys, 
Rector of Cruwys Morchard, married 
at the parish church, Ilfracombe, 
co. Devon, 5 September 19 16, Gwen- 
doline, daughter of Lieut. -Colonel 
John Bennett, Indian Medical Service. 
They have issue a daughter, Bridget 
Mary, born at the Rectory, Cruwys 
Morchard, on Sunday, 21 October 191 7. 

CUBITT. Vol. 17, page 27 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xxiii.) — 
Edward Randall Cubitt, Captain 
Norfolk Regiment, was killed in action 
at the advance at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 
on Thursday, 12 August 19 15. 

Page 27. — Victor Murray Cubitt, 
Lieutenant Norfolk Regiment, was 
killed in action at the advance at 
Suvla Bay on Thursday, 12 August 

Eustace Henry Cubitt, Captain and 
Adjutant Norfolk Regiment, was killed 
in action, aged 27, on Thursday, 19 
April 1917. 

Page 28. — Emma Catharine, elder 
daughter of Edward George Cubitt, 
died, aged 54, at Tunbridge Wells, 
co. Kent, on Sunday, 21 May, and was 
buried at Honing, co. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, 24 May 19 16. 

Page 29. — Lucy Mary Anne, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Francis William 
Cubitt, died, aged 79, at Fritton 
House, Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 
on Sunday, 16 April 19 16. 

CUBITT. Vol 18, page 35.— Alice Mary, 
wife of Henry Lawrence Cubitt, died 
at 3 Park Road, Gorleston, co. Suffolk, 
and was buried there on Tuesday, 26 
January 1915. 

Page 36. — Major - General John 
William Orr, Indian Army, died, 
aged 86, at 1 Merchiston Crescent, 
Edinburgh, in April 1916. 

Pages 36 and 39. — Colonel Archi- 
bald Cyril Cubitt died, aged 60, at 
244 Thorpe Road, Norwich, on 
Thursday, 5 April 191 7. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



CUBITT, continued. 

Page 38. — Charlotte Isabella, widow 
of Colonel William George Cubitt, 
V.C., D.S.O., died, aged 75, at The 
Grove, Camberley, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 4 August, and was buried at 
Frimley, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 8 
August 1916. 

Page 39. — James Edward and Isabel 
Margaret Cubitt, have further issue 
a son, born at St. Kilda, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia, 6 May 19 14, and 
a son born at 19 Camac Street, 
Calcutta, India, on Sunday, 9 January 
1916. 

CUNLIFFE. Vol. 16, page 73.— 
Harriot, 5th daughter of General Sir 
Robert Henry Cunliffe of Acton Park, 
co. Denbigh, Baronet, C.B., died, aged 
85, at 12 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, 
co. Denbigh, on Saturday, 14 October 
1916. 

Alicia, youngest daughter of General 
Sir Robert Henry Cunliffe, 4th Baronet, 
died, aged 70, at 12 Grosvenor Road, 
Wrexham, on Wednesday, 20 September 
19 16. 

Page 75. — Major Sir Foster Hugh 
Egerton Cunliffe, Baronet, 13th Bat- 
talion Rifle Brigade, was killed in 
action at Albert, Fiance, 13 July 
1916. 

Page 77. — The Rev. Reginald 
Campbell Edwards died, aged 82, at 
Bankside, Bracknell, co. Berks, on 
Saturday, 6 June 1914, and was buried 
at Speen, co. Berks. 

Page 78. — Robert Ellis Cunliffe, 
2nd Lieutenant 2nd Royal Berkshire 
Regiment, was killed in action 9 May 

iqi s- 

Colonel Ernest William Cunliffe 
died 12 November 191 2. 

Lieut.-Colonel Walter Howell Cunliffe 
married 2ndly, 30 September 1914, 
Annie Catherine, daughter of George 
Meakin of Collingworth Hall, Burton- 
on-Trent, co. Stafford. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 23. — Esther Flower 
Capel, elder daughter of Ernest Capel 
Cure of The Grange, Salcombe, co. 
Devon, and 9 Manson Place, South 
Kensington, London, was married at 
St. Simon's Zelotes, Lennox Gardens, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 
12 March 19 15, to Seabury Ashmead- 
Bartlett, R.F.A., 3rd son of Sir Ellis 
Ashmead-Bartlett, M.P. 



CURE, continued. 

Page 24. — Augusta Elizabeth, younger 
daughter of Sir Charles Joshua Smith, 
Baronet (see Vol. 2, page 129), and widow 
of the Rev. Laurence George Capel 
Cure, died at Stour Provost Rectory, 
co. Dorset, on Sunday, 14 November 

Basil Alfred Capel Cure (2nd son 
of the Rev. Edward Capel Cure), who 
was born at Bradninch Vicarage, co. 
Devon, on Saturday, 24 December 1892, 
was educated at Sherborne, King's 
College, Cambridge, and at Sandhurst ; 
2nd Lieutenant 2nd Gloucestershire 
Regiment 14 April 1912, Lieutenant 
6 May 19 14, Captain 19 16; served in 
the European War 1914-16; died of 
wounds received in action, on Sunday, 
1 October 1916. 

DALE. Vol. 14, page 42.— The Hon ble 
Mary Elizabeth Frances Catherine, wife 
of the Rev. Arthur Murray Dale, died 
in London on Friday, 2 1 January, and 
was buried at Mereworth, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 27 January 1916. 

Page 43. — The Rev. Herbert Dixon 
Dale married at Old Milverton, co. 
Warwick, on Wednesday, 19 January 
19 1 6, Edith Olive Chesshyre, younger 
daughter of Major Herbert Chesshyre 
Molyneux, 68th Durham Light Infantry. 

Robert Jacomb Norris Dale, 2nd 
Lieutenant Manchester Regiment, 
married at the parish church, Wimble- 
don, co. Surrey, 1 March 1917, Irene 
Rose, youngest daughter of Harry 
Mawer of Putney, co. Surrey. 

Phyllis Katherine, only daughter of 
Bernard Dale, was married at Bombay, 
India, on Friday, 4 December 19 14, to 
William Balfour Laird, Royal Army 
Medical Corps, 3rd son of John Laird 
of Warren House, Orpington, co. Kent. 

Page 45. — Helen Hutton, third 
daughter of the Very Rev. Thomas 
Dale, D.D., and widow of John Cunliffe 
Pickersgill-Cunliffe (see Vol. 14, page ji), 
died, aged 85, at Northwood Hall, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 14 November 
and was buried at Coulsdon, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 18 November 19 14. 

Page 48. — Edith Mary, youngest 
daughter of George Spence Desborough 
Dale, Bengal Civil Service, was married 
at Hagworthingham, co. Lincoln, on 
Tuesday, 16 February 1915, to Clifford 
Hugh Douglas, youngest son of Hugh 
Douglas. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



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DANVERS. Vol. 8, page 6 1.— Louisa 
Evelyn, eldest daughter of Ernest 
Danvers, of Buenos Aires, Argentine 
Republic, was married at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, 
on Saturday, 27 February 19 15, to 
Richard Incledon Rennell, eldest son of 
Ernest Rennell of Huttoft, co. Lincoln. 

DARBY. Vol. 4, page 49. — Frances 
Muriel, only daughter of Alfred 
Edmund William Darby, was married 
at St. Mary's, Cadogan Gardens, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
17 July 1917, to Mordaunt Leckonby 
Cope, M.C., Captain Rifle Brigade, 
youngest son of Lieut. -Colonel Sir 
Anthony Cope of Hanwell, co. Oxford, 
Baronet ; born at Southsea, co. Hants, 
on Tuesday, 12 February 1878. 

Maurice Alfred Alexander Darby, 
Lieutenant 1st Battalion Grenadier 
Guards, was killed, aged 20, in action 
at Neuve Chapelle, France, 1 1 March 
1915- 

D'ARCY. Vol. 9, page 176.— William 
Knox D'Arcy died, aged 67, at 
Stanmore Hall, Stanmore, co. Middle- 
sex, on Tuesday, 1 May, and was buried 
at Stanmore on Saturday, 5 May 19 17. 

DARELL. Vol. 14, page 136.— Robert 
Darell Elford Darell, Captain Indian 
Infantry, married at Karachi, India, on 
Thursday, 12 July 191 7, Dorothy, only 
daughter of Edwin Andrew Cuthbert 
Hindmarsh of Mozufferpur, Behar, India, 
F.R.C.S., V.D., Surgeon Lieut. -Colonel 
Behar Light Horse Veterinary Corps. 

DARELL. Vol. 16, page 67.— Archibald 
Fitzroy George, Earl of Kinnoull, died 
at Hove, co. Sussex, on Monday, 
7 February 191 6. 

Page 68. — Lieut. - Colonel Harry 
Francis Darell, D.S.O., Commanding 
1 6th Service Battalion Rifle Brigade, 
married on Thursday, 12 August 1915, 
Florence, daughter of Henry M. Leavitt 
of New York. 

Page 68 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxi'v.) — Major Guy Marsland 
Darell, M.C., and Esmee his wife, 
have issue a daughter, born at 1 
Bryanston Place, Marylebone, London, 
on Friday, 2 June 19 16. 

Barbara Gladys, youngest daughter 
of Sir Lionel Edward Darell, Baronet, 
died unmarried 25 January 1913. 



DARWIN. Vol 4, page 116.— William 
Erasmus Darwin died, aged 74, at Sed- 
bergh, co. York, on Tuesday, 8 September, 
and was buried at North Stoneham, co. 
Hants, on Saturday, 12 September 19 14. 

Page 117. — Margaret Elizabeth, 
younger daughter of Professor Sir 
George Howard Darwin, K.C.B., was 
married at St. Botolph's, Cambridge, on 
Saturday, 12 May 1917, to Geoffrey 
Langdon Keynes, M.A. of PembrokeCol- 
lege, Cambridge, temporary Captain in 
Royal Army Medical Corps, younger son 
of Dr. John Neville Keynes, Registrary 
of the University of Cambridge. 

Page 1 1 8 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page ix.) — Bernard Richard Meirion 
Darwin, Lieutenant Army Ordnance 
Department, and Elinor Mary his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Nicola 
Mary Elizabeth, born at Conduit Head, 
Madingley Road, Cambridge, on Friday, 
12 May 1916. 

Page 118. — Erasmus Darwin, 2nd 
Lieutenant 4th Battalion (Alexandra, 
Princess of Wales' Own) Yorkshire 
Regiment (Territorial Force), was 
killed in action, aged 33, in 1< landers 
on Friday, 23 April 1915. 

DE MAULEY. Vol. n, page 133.— 
Gerald Maurice Ponsonby, Captain 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, was killed 
in action, aged 37, 31 August 19 14. 

Page 136. — Ashley William Neville 
Ponsonby, Captain Oxfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, was 
killed in action, aged 33, in France on 
Wednesday, 8 September 1915. 

Diana Helen, only daughter of the 
Hon ble Edwin Charles William 
Ponsonby, was married at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, on 
Friday, 14 September 1917, to Henry 
Thomas Birch - Reynardson, Captain 
Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light 
Infantry, only son of William John 
Birch-Reynardson of Adwell House, 
Tetsworth, co. Oxford, J. P., by Violet 
his wife, daughter of Thomas Maxwell 
of West Hill House, Guildford, co. 
Surrey ; born at the Prebendal House, 
Aylesbury, co. Bucks, on Wednesday, 
24 February 1892. 

DE MORGAN. Vol. 17, page 47.— 
William Frend De Morgan died, aged 
77, at 127 Church Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 15 January, 
and was buried in Brookwood Cemetery 
on Saturday, 20 January 19^. 



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DE MORGAN, continued. 

Page 48. — Ada Margaret, widow of 
Edward Lindsey De Morgan, died at 
82 Lower Road, Rotherhithe, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 7 December 
I9I5- 

DE RAMSEY. Vol. 15, page 116.— 
Henry Laurence Whateley died, aged 
76, at 44 Eaton Square, London, 
on Friday, 18 July 1913. 

Page 118. — Ronald Townshend Fel- 
lowes, Captain Rifle Brigade, married 
in London on Monday, 2 1 August 
19 16, Mildred Macpherson. 

The Hon ble Coulson Churchill 
Fellowes, Captain 1st Life Guards, 
married 2ndly in London on Saturday, 
12 September 1914, the Hon blc Lilah 
(O'Brien), 7th daughter of Edward 
Donough, 14th Baroh Inchiquin, 
K.P. (see "Visitation 0/ Ireland," Vol. 
6, page J/) ; born at Dromoland 
Castle, Newmarket-on-Fergus, co. Clare, 
on Saturday, 18 October 1884. They 
have issue a son, David John 
Fellowes, born at Broomhurst, Ring- 
wood, co. Hants, on Saturday, 1 May 

191 5. The Hon ble Coulson Churchill 
Fellowes died, aged 32, from illness 
contracted on active service on Friday, 

22 October, and was buried with 
military honours at Ramsey Abbey, 
co. Huntingdon, on Tuesday, 26 
October 1915. 

Page 119. — Major Hedvvorth George 
Ailwyn Fellowes, Indian Cavalry, 
married at the Chapel Royal, Tower 
of London, on Monday, 18 September 

1 916, Audrey Janet, 3rd daughter of 
Colonel Lionel Richard Cavendish 
Boyle, M.V.O. He was killed in 
action, aged 26, on Saturday, 12 May 
1917. 

Page 120. — Heneage Greville, Lord 
Guernsey, Captain Irish Guards, was 
killed in action, aged 31, while leading 
his company into action at Soupir, 
France, on Monday, 14 September 
1914. 

The Hon ble Sybil Inna Mildred, 
youngest daughter of William Henry, 
Baron de Ramsey, was married at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 

23 February 1915, to James George 
Anson Butler, Captain 1st Life 
Guards, elder son of Lord James 
Arthur Wellington Foley Butler; born 
at 21 Park Lane, London, on Friday, 
18 April 1890. 



DERBY. Vol. 17, page 72.— Lady 
Victoria Alice Louise, only daughter 
of Edward George Villiers, Earl of 
Derby, K.G., was married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, on Wednes- 
day, 7 April 1915, to the Hon ble Neil 
James Archibald Primrose, M.C., 
younger son of Archibald Philip, Earl 
of Rosebery, K.G. ; born at Dalmeny 
Park, co. Linlithgow, on Thursday, 
14 December 1882 ; educated at Eton 
and at New College, Oxford, B.A. 
1906; 2nd Lieutenant Buckinghamshire 
Hussars Yeomanry 1909; Alderman 
London County Council 1909; M.P. 
for Cambridgeshire (North) 26 January 
19 10; died of wounds received while 
serving with a Yeomanry Regiment, 
on an Eastern Front in November 1917 
(see Pedigree of Rosebery, Vol. 16, 
page 137). 

Edward Montagu Cavendish, Lord 
Stanley, Grenadier Guards, married at 
the Guards' Chapel, Wellington 
Barracks, London, on Tuesday, 1 7 
July 1917, to the Hon ble Sybil Louise 
Beatrix (Cadogan), eldest daughter of 
Henry Arthur, Viscount Chelsea. 

DEVON. Vol. 12, page 47 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page x.)— The Rev. the Hon ble 
Frederick Leslie and Marguerite 
Courtenay have further issue two sons, 
Henry John Baldwin Courtenay, born 
at The Rectory, Honiton, co. Devon, 
on Thursday, 1 April, who died there, 
aged 3 days, on Easter Sunday, 4 April 
1915; and Charles ChistopherCourtenay, 
born at The Rectory, Honiton, co. Devon, 
on Thursday, 13 July 1916. 

DEVONSHIRE. Vol. 16, page 162.- 
Edward William Spencer, Marquess of 
Hartington, married at St. Etheldreda's, 
Hatfield, co. Hertford, on Saturday, 
21 April 1917, Lady Mary Alice, 
younger dau. of James Edward Hubert, 
Marquess of Salisbury, K.G. ; born at 
Hatfield House on Monday, 29 July 
1895. They have issue a son, born 
at 20 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Monday, 10 December 
1917. 

Lady Maud Louisa Emma, eldest 
daughter of the Duke of Devonshire, 
was married at Ottawa, Canada, on Satur- 
day, 3 November 1917, to Captain Angus 
Alexander Mackintosh, only son of 
Alfred Donald Mackintosh, The 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



DEVONSHIRE, continued. 

Mackintosh of Mackintosh, Chief of 
the Clan Chattan, hy Ella his wife, only 
child and heiress of Edward Priest 
Richards of Plas Newydd, co. Gla- 
morgan, born at Moy Hall, Inverness, 
on Thursday, 6 August 1885 ; A.D.C. to 
the Governor-General of Canada. 

Page 163. — Lieut.-Colonel Lord 
Richard Frederick and Lady Moyra de 
Vere Cavendish have further issue a 
daughter, Sybil Moyra, born at Holker 
Hall, co. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 10 
August 1915; and a son, born at n 
Portman Square, London, on Friday, 
23 November 191 7 

Lord John Spencer Cavendish, D.S.O., 
was killed in action in Northern France 
20 October 19 14. 

Elizabeth Vere, eldest daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel Lord Richard Frederick 
Cavendish, was married at the Priory 
Church, Cartmel, co. Lancaster, on 
Wednesday, 8 December 1915, to 
Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, 
Viscount Cranbourne, elder son of 
James Edward Hubert, Marquis of 
Salisbury, K.G. ; born at Hatfield 
House, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 27 
August 1893 ; Lieutenant 5th Battalion 
Grenadier Guards. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 139. — Aldersey 
Dicken, Sub- Lieutenant Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, "Hawke" Battalion 
Royal Naval Division, died, aged 35, at 
Plymouth Royal Naval Hospital from 
illness contracted while on active service 
in Gallipoli on Sunday, 12 September 
191 5, and was buried in Ealing Cemetery, 
co. Middlesex. 

Page 140.— Charles Vernon Dicken 
married at Cairo, Egypt, on Thursday, 
6 September 191 7, Alice Mary, eldest 
daughter of William Ogden of Bombay, 
India, and of Ealing, co. Middlesex. 

Page 142. — Catharine Henrietta, eldest 
daughter of William Stephens Dicken, 
and widow of Henry Ulick, Marquess 
of Sligo (see " Visitation of Ireland," 
Vol. 3, page ji), died, aged 78, at 
41 Eccleston Square, London, on 
Thursday, 26 November 19 14. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148.— May, 
wife of Charles John Didham, died on 
Thursday, 24 June, and was buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, 28 June 1915. 



DIDHAM, continued. 

Page 148. — Joyce Alisimond May, 
younger daughter of Charles John 
Didham, was married at St. Mary, The 
Boltons, South Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 17 December 1914,10 Douglas 
Lambert of the 6th Buffs ; killed in action, 
aged 32, in France, 13 October 1915. 

DILKE. Vol. 17, page 134. — Sir Charles 
Wentworth Dilke, Baronet, married at 
Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, 15 
July 19 1 5, Florence Pearl, daughter of 
Henry Montague Faithfull of New South 
Wales. 

Page 135. — Margaret Mar}', widow of 
Ashton Wentworth Dilke and of William 
Russell Cooke, died, aged 56, at 
Bellecroft, Isle of Wight, on Tuesday, 
19 May, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
23 May 191 4. 

Page 136. — Clement Wentworth and 
Marie Hilda Jessie Dilke have further 
issue a son, born at 63 Wilbury Road, 
Hove, co. Sussex, on Monday, 26 April 
1915. , 

DIMSDALE. Vol. 12, page 80.— 
Catharine Sarah, younger daughter of 
Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale, died, aged 
62, at 5 Marlborough Grove, York, on 
Sunday, 10 October, and was buried at 
York on Wednesday, 13 October 19 15. 

DIMSDALE. Vol. 18, page 207.— 
Reginald Thomas Dimsdale, Lieutenant 
Royal Navy, was killed in action on 
Tuesday, 25 April 1916. 

DODDERIDGE. Vol. 8, page 54.— 
Charles James Dudderidge of New- 
port, co. Monmouth, married at 
the Commercial Baptist Church, New- 
port, 19 August 1912, Eva Beatrice, 
daughter of Daniel Thomas of Newport ; 
born at Newport 7 October 1887. 
They have issue a son, Charles Daniel 
Dudderidge, born at 38 Price Street, 
Newport, 17 August 1913, baptised at 
St. Paul's, Newport. 

Herbert Orlando Dudderidge married 
at Newport 14 February 1909, Mary, 
daughter of Robert Palmer of Nether 
Stowey, co. Somerset ; born at Nether 
Stowey 2 June 1887. They have issue 
four children all born at 54 Milman 
Street, Newport : Mary, born 24 January 
1 9 10, Clarice, born 12 January 191 1, 
Herbert Robert Dudderidge born 17 



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DODDE RIDGE, continued. 

April 191 3, and John Dudderidge, bom 
27 August 19 1 5. Herbert Orlando 
Dudderidge joined the Army in February 
19 1 7, being attached to the Machine 
Gun Corps, he was killed in action in 
France 26 September 191 7. 

Page 55. — George Dodderidge died at 
Overton Villa, Fordington, co. Dorset, on 
Whit-Sunday, 27 May, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Dorchester on Thurs- 
day, 31 May'1917. M.I. Will dated 5 
February 191 2, with codicil dated 19 
March 191 7, proved at Blandford, co. 
Dorset, by Anna Sophia Dodderidge, 
widow. 

DOWDESWELL. Vol. 7, page 82.— 
Charles William Dowdeswell died, aged 
83, at Brantwood, Langley Avenue, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 1 1 
May, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 15 
May 191 5. 

The Rev. Canon Edmund Richard 
Dowdeswell, died, aged 70, at the 
Clergy House of Rest, West Malvern, 
co. Worcester, on Saturday, 5 June 
I 9 I S- 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 75. — Adam 
Dugdale died, aged 83, at Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, co. Lancaster, on Saturday, 
20 January, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Blackburn on Wednesday, 
24 January 191 7. 

Page 107.— Walter Geoffrey and 
Edith Rosamand Shirley Dugdale have 
issue two daughters, Edith Flora Joyce, 
born 1 April 1910, and Rosamond 
Betty, born on Friday, 18 August 191 1 ; 
also a son, John Frederick Dugdale, 
born at Invermoriston, St. George's 
Avenue, Weybridge, co. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 17 January 1914- 

The Rev. John Sydney Dugdale 
married 2ndly at the parish church, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Wednes- 
day, 2 June 1915, Elizabeth Hilda, 
youngest daughter of Edward Webster 
Cox of Meadowbank, 8 Ellerdale Road, 
Hampstead, J. P., by Julia his wife, 
elder daughter of W. C. Spiller of 
Hampstead. 

Edith Jocelyn, younger daughter of 
the Rev. Sydney Dugdale, was married 
at St. James', Paddington, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 November 191 7, to 
Henry Harrison Hardy, Captain King's 
Royal Rifle Corps. 



DUGDALE, continued. 

Page 107.— Rosy Elizabeth, youngest 
daughter of John Dugdale, died, aged 
52, at 1 Stanhope Street, Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, on Saturday, 30 
October, and was buried at Llanfyllin, 
co. Montgomery, 2 November 19 15. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, page 86— Fanny 
Whinfield, widow of Henry Caimcross 
Duncan, died, aged 82, at Amisfield, 
Bromborough, co. Chester, on Wednes- 
day, 6 October 19 15. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page 106.— Phyllis 
Audrey, only child of Colonel Sir 
Henry Earle, Baronet, D.S.O., was 
married at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
29 April 1915, to Osbert Stephen 
Cooper (afterwards Cundy- Cooper), only 
son of the Rev. Thomas Stephen 
Cooper of Charleshurst, Chiddingfold, 
co. Surrey ; Captain Royal Fusiliers ; 
served in European War in France 
(severely wounded). 

Page 107. — Hardman Arthur Earle 
married at Harrogate, co. York, 
1 July 19 1 6, Edith Eugenie, daughter 
of Charles Wixley. 

Page 108. — Thomas Algernon and 
Edith Earle have further issue a 
daughter, Myrtle Valentine, born 15 
February 191 1. 

Page 109 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxviii.) — Charles Frederic and 
Alice Adelaide Earle have further issue 
a daughter, Josephine Noelle, born at 
Blomfield House, Shooter's Hill, co. 
Kent, on Christmas Day, 1914- 
Page no. — John Wilfrid Earle, 
Lieutenant Lancashire Hussars, married 
19 October 1915, Margaret Cecile, 
elder daughter of Colonel Robert 
Francis Gartside-Tipping, C.B., rst 
Bengal Cavalry, of Rossferry and 
Davenport Hall, co. Chester, by Jane 
his wife, daughter of James Henry 
Sclater of Newick Park, co. Sussex. 

Page 112. — Lawrence Mathew Earle, 
F.R.G.S., 2nd Lieutenant Army Service 
Corps, married at Lingfield, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 23 March 1916, Helen 
Elizabeth Dunkin, youngest daughter of 
Frederic Street, of Dulverton, co. 
Somerset, Captain West Kent Regiment. 

EDMEADES. Vol. 13, page 178 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 17, page am)— Major 
Henry and Violet Edmeades have 
further issue a son, Frederick Burnaby 



ADDITIONS ir CORRECTIONS. 



EDMEADES, continued. 

Edmeades, born at Nurstead Court, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 7 January, baptised at 
Nurstead 9 February 19 16. 

Page 179. — Lieut. - Colonel James 
Frederick Edmeades, M.V.O., died at 
Hazells, Southfleet, co. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 6 February, and was buried at 
Nurstead on Friday, 9 February 191 7. 

ERNE. Vol. 17, page 19. — John Henry, 
Earl of Erne, died at Crom Castle, 
Newtown Butler, co. Fermanagh, on 
AVednesday, 2 December, and was 
buried there on Monday, 7 December 
1914. Will dated 3 September 1914, 
proved in August 1916 by Major the 
Hon ble George Arthur Charles Crfchton. 

Major Henry William, Viscount 
Crichton, M.V.O., D.S.O., Royal Horse 
Guards, was killed in action in France 
31 October 19141 re-interred in cemetery 
at Wervico Nord in June 191 6. 

Page 20. — Major Hubert Francis 
Crichton, Irish Guards, was killed in 
action at Villers Cotterets, France, on 
Tuesday, 1 September 19 14. 

Page 20 {and Addenda, Vol. 78, 
page xxviii.) — Lieut. -Colonel the Hon blc 
George Arthur Charles Crichton, 
M.V.O., Coldstream Guards, and 
Lady Mary Augusta his wife, have 
further issue a son, Richard John 
Crichton, born at Hadleigh House, 
Windsor, co. Berks, on Thursday, 
2 November 1916. 

Page 21. — Lieut. -Colonel Sir John 
Peniston Milbanke, Baronet, V.C., 
commanding the Nottinghamshire (Sher- 
wood Rangers) Yeomanry, was killed 
in action, 'aged 42, in the Dardanelles 
on Saturday, 21 August 19 15. 

Page 2 2 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxix.) — Lieut. -Colonel Charles William 
Harry Crichton, D.S.O., 10th Hussars, 
and Dorothy Maud his wife, have 
issue a son, Ronald Henry Crichton, 
born at the Towers, Scarborough, co. 
York, on Sunday, 28 December 1913. 

Page 22. — Commander Reginald 
Louis and Hester Beatrix Crichton have 
further issue a daughter, Elisabeth 
Hester, born at Bidbury House, Bed- 
hampton, co. Hants, on Friday, 30 
October, baptised at Bedhampton 5 
December 1914. 

The Hon ble Gerald Ernest Francis 
Ward, M.V.O., Lieutenant 1st Life 
Guards, was killed in action, aged 36, at 
Zandvoorde, 30 October 19 14. 



ERNE, continued. 

Page 23. — The Rev. Frederic Marcus 
Crichton died at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 22 May 191 7. 

Richard Edward Crichton, Captain 
60th King's Royal Rifle Corps, married 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, on Sunday, 24 January 1915, 
Cecil Nona, youngest daughter of 
Admiral Lord Frederick Herbert Kerr, 
R.N., by Emily Sophia his wife, 
daughter of General Sir Peregrine 
Maitland, G.C.B., born at St. Peter's 
Parsonage, Onslow Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
11 March 1875. 

Major John Arthur Crichton, Hamp- 
shire Regiment, attached to Royal 
Engineers, died 6 February 191 7. 

ESHELBY. Vol. 1, page 225.— Alan 
Douglas Eshelby, Captain Royal 
Garrison Artillery, married at Brom- 
borough, co. Chester, on Thursday, 
2 December 191 5, Doris, 3rd daughter 
of Samuel Mason Hutchinson of The 
Marfords, Brom borough. They have 
issue a son, John Douglas Eshelby, born 
at the Priests' House, Puddington, co. 
Chester, 21 December 1916, baptised at 
Burton, co. Chester, 27 January 191 7. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92. — John James 
Evans died suddenly, aged 75, at a 
meeting of the County Council, Chester 
Castle, on Thursday, 2 August, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Bebington, 
co. Chester, on Saturday, 4 August 191 7. 
Sarah Catherine, his wife, died at 
Brackenwood, Bebington, on Thursday, 
8 July, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Bebington on Saturday, 10 July 

I9J5- 

Page 93.— Sir Edward Evans died, 
aged 71, at Spital Old Hall, Brom- 
borough, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 
10 October, and was buried at Lower 
Bebington, co. Chester, on Saturday, 
13 October 1917. 

Page 94. — William Paterson Evans 
married 2ndly at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, on Tuesday, 18 Decem- 
ber 191 7, Inga, younger daughter of 
Arthur John Rhodes of Camden House, 
Weybridge, co. Surrey. 

Muriel Sandford, only daughter of 
William Paterson Evans, was married 
at Bidston, co. Chester, 9 July 
1 91 2, to Arthur Harold Shepard of 
Chelford, co. Chester, son of Henry 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



EVANS, continued. 

Shepard of Oatlands, Wicklow ; born at 
Oatlands 28 February 1873 ; baptised at 
Dunganstoun, co. Wicklow, 21 April 
1873 ! °f Trinity College, Dublin B.A. 
1896, M.D. 1900, M.B., B.Ch. 

Page 94 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxix.)— William Sandford and Violet 
Elina Spencer Evans have issue a son, 
David Vaughan Sandford Evans, born 
at the White House, Headley, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 31 August, baptised 
at Headley 26 September 1914. 

Page 94 (and Addenda, Vol. J, page 
iv.) — Arthur Ernest and Agnes Louisa 
Evans have further issue a daughter, 
Constance Stanley, born at Vrondeg 
Hall, Bronwylfa, Wrexham, 25 February, 
baptised at Rhos Llaner-chrugog, both 
co. Denbigh, 26 March 1903. 

Page 96. — Arthur Geoffrey Evans, 
Surgeon Royal Navy, married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 15 November 
1917, Ermine Mary Kyffin, only child 
of Judge Taylor, K.C. (see Pedigree of 
Taylor, Vol. 3, page 95). 

Rupert Ancrum Evans, 2nd Lieutenant 
Prince of Wales' Own (West Yorkshire 
Regiment), was accidentally killed, 
aged 24, while in performance of his 
duties as Grenadier Officer, at Whitley 
Bay, co. Northumberland, 25 January 
1916. 

EVERETT. Vol. 16, page 2.— Major- 
General Henry Joseph Everett, C.B., 
C.M.G., married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
2S December 191 7, Violet Althea, elder 
daughter of the Rev. Calcraft Neeld 
Wyld of Salisbury, co. Wilts ; born at 
Maiden Newton, co. Wilts. 

Page 5 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxix.) — Arthur Sherman and 
Mabel Edith Everett have issue two 
sons, John Christopher Fearon Everett, 
born at Windsor, co. Berks, 5 January, 
baptised at St. John's, New Windsor, 
8 February 1913 ; and Michael Harry 
Sherman Everett, born at Windsor 17 
August, baptised at the parish church, 
Windsor, 21 September 19 14. 

Page 5. — Maurice Septimus Gwyer 
and Everilda Mary Everett have further 
issue a son, Francis Leonard Maurice 
Everett, born at Escombe, Canford 
Cliffs, 4 September, baptised at All 
Saints', Branksome Park, co. Dorset, 
4 October 1912; died at Escombe 26 
January 19 14. 



FAIR. Vol. 3, page 50. — Major Charles 
Herbert Fair, D.S.O., London Regi- 
ment, married at St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 18 Sep- 
tember 191 7, Marjorie, elder daughter 
of Herbert Edward Secretan of Bennett's 
End, Hemel Hempstead, co. Hertford. 

FANE. Vol. 12, page 83. — Isabel, 2nd 
daughter of John Augustus Fane, and 
widow of Major-General Francis Hugh 
Plowden, C.B., died, aged 49, at Paris 
on Friday, 27 February 1914, and was 
buried there. 

Page 84 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxix.) — Cecil and Florence 
Marjorie Fane have issue a daughter, 
Kathleen Marjorie, born at Goitstock 
House, Bingley, co. York, 17 July 1914. 

Page 84 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxix.) — Hubert William and 
Tilda Fane have further issue a 
daughter, Dorothy, born at 45 Colville 
Gardens, Bayswater, London, on Thurs- 
day, 8 February 19 17. 

Page 85. — Commander Robert Gerald 
Fane, R.N., was killed, in action, aged 35, 
the result of an explosion, 15 May 1917. 

Page 86. — Francis John Fane married 
at St. Luke's, Bromley Common, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 19 October 1915, 
Violet, eldest daughter of G. Clifford 
Bower of Newquay, Bromley. They 
have issue a daughter, Elizabeth Luisa, 
born at the European Hospital, Kwala, 
Lunipor, Malay Peninsula, on Tuesday, 
10 October 19 16. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 115.— 
Helen, 2nd daughter of the Rev. Thomas 
Lewis Fanshawe and widow of Edward 
Hanson Denison, died, aged 91, at 
Little Gaddesden, co. Hertford, 10 July, 
and was buried in Brompton Cemetery, 
co. Middlesex, 14 July 191 7. 

Page 116 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page iv.) — Lieut. -Colonel (temporary 
Colonel) Reginald Wilmington Fan- 
shawe, C.M.G. (1 January 1917), and 
Susan Isabel his wife, have further issue 
a daughter, Jean, born at Kirkham, 
Watts Avenue, Rochester, co. Kent, 
17 December 1913, baptised at St. 
Margaret's, Rochester, 21 February 1914. 

Page 116 (and Addenda, Vol. 9, 
page v.) — Frank Raymond and Hen- 
rietta Maud Fanshawe have further issue 
a daughter, Peronelle, born 25 May, 
baptised at the Catel Church, Guernsey, 
27 June 1915. 






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FANSHAWE. Vol. 14, page 107.— 
Hugh Arnold Wrottesley Fanshawe 
died, aged 70, in London, on Thursday, 
18 October, and was buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, on Tuesday, 23 October 
1917. 

The Rev. Richard Evelyn Fanshawe, 
Rector of Somerton, co. Suffolk, 
married at Somerton on Wednesday, 
6 September 19 16, Isabel Forrester, 
eldest daughter of Thomas Prosser Hale 
of Somerton Hall, J.P. They have 
issue a daughter, Pamela Eileen, born 
at Somerton Rectory on Monday, 30 
July, baptised at Somerton 26 August 
1917. 

The Rev. Percival Moilliett Fanshawe, 
Rector of Langham, co. Suffolk, married 
at St. Mary's, Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
on Tuesday, 8 September 1914, Ethel 
Maynard, daughter of Thomas Carthew 
of Westholme, Woodbridge. They 
have issue a daughter, Anne, born at 
The Rectory, Brockley, co. Suffolk, 
on Wednesday, 15 September, baptised 
at Brockley 6 October 19 15. 

Page 109. — Geoffrey Denny s Fan- 
shawe married at Christ Church 
Morningside, Edinburgh, 10 June 1913, 
Nell, younger daughter of W. C. Berrie. 
They have issue a son, Dennys Basil 
Fanshawe, born at Dera Ismail Khan in 

i9 J 5- 

Page 109 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxx.) — Jocelyn Herbert Fanshawe, 
temporary Lieutenant Royal Engineers, 
and Marguerite Henrietta his wife, have 
further issue a son, Timothy Claud 
Upton Fanshawe, born at Deolali, India, 
18 August 19 1 5. 

Page no. — Maurice Fanshawe 
married at St. Peter's, Wootton, co. 
Berks, on Wednesday, 1 1 August 
191 5, Frances Mary Keatley, only 
daughter of the Rev. William John 
Francis Keatley Stride of Boar's Hill, 
co. Oxford. They have issue a 
daughter, Patricia Mary Adair, born 
at Boar's Hill on Friday, 23 June 
1916. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 15, page 18.— 
Lieut.- Colonel Edward Card well Fan- 
shawe, R.E., died, aged 72, at 
Arlington Lodge, Bassett, co. Hants, 
on Monday, 26 February, and was 
buried at Virginia Water, co. Surrey, 
28 February 1917. 

Edward Hew Fanshawe, Lieutenant 
19th Hussars, died, aged 35, at Virginia 



FANSHAWE, continued. 

Water on Sunday, 13 June 1915, and 
was buried there. 

Page 22 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xv.) — Guy Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
Commander Royal Navy, and Louisa 
Charlotte his wife, have further issue 
a daughter, Ann Renea, born at 6 
Abinger Gardens, Edinburgh, 23 June 
1916. 

Page 23. — Arthur Hew Bradford 
Fanshawej Royal Naval Air Service, 
married at St. Martin's -in -the -Fields, 
London, on Saturday, 12 August 19 16, 
Cicely Ellen Grantham of Cowfold, co. 
Sussex. 

Leighton Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps, was 
killed in action, aged 21, 3 August 191 7. 

Page 25. — Edward Foote Ward died, 
aged 67, in January 1916. 

Page 26 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xx.) — John Edward and Mira 
Monica Beata Fanshawe have issue a 
daughter, Mira Elizabeth, born at 
1 Coates Place, Edinburgh, on Saturday, 
14 January, baptised at St. Mary's 
Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh, 29 Jan- 
uary 191 1 ; and a son, Charles Joseph 
Fanshawe, born at 28 Abercromby Place, 
Edinburgh, on Thursday, 30 May, 
baptised at the same church 23 June 
191 2 ; also a daughter, Althea Margaret, 
born at the same place on Friday, 28 
August, baptised at the same church 
1 7 September 19 14. 

Page 27. — Colonel Edward Arthur 
and Frances Rose Fanshawe have 
further issue a daughter, Joan Ellen 
Metcalf, born at Newbridge 9 June 
1910. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 92. — Dorothy 
Hawksworth, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
Frederick Fawkes, was married at 
Keble, Clocolam, South Africa, in 
April 1907, to Leonard Bolitho Bigg, 
son of the Rev. Charles Bigg, D.D., 
Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. 

Page 93. — Stephen Hawksworth 
Fawkes married and has issue a 
son, Frederick Edward Hawksworth 
Fawkes, born at St. Gravenage, 
Modderpoort, Orange Free State, 
South Africa, on Wednesday, 21 
October 19 14. 

Page 94. — Lieut. -Colonel Montague 
Fawkes, Royal Irish Fusiliers, died, 
aged 74, at Sunny Rest, Sandhurst, 
on Thursday, 3 January 19 18. 



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FAWKES, continued. 

Page 64. — Lionel Richard Fawkes 
was killed in action, aged 27, on 
Saturday, 3 June 19 16. 

Page 94. — Constance Charlotte, wife 
of Major Francis Fawkes, died at 
Elm field, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
19 February, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Cheltenham 22 February 
191 7 {see Pedigree of Arkivright, Vol. J, 
page 18). 

Page 94 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxx.) — Rupert Edward Francis and 
Mary Theodora Fawkes have issue two 
daughters, Betty Constance, born at 
Cheltenham 5 July 191 2, baptised there, 
and Diana, born at 2 1 Lansdown 
Place, Cheltenham, on Wednesday, 15 
July 1914; also a son, Philip Francis 
Fawkes, born at Riverside, Lechlade, 
co. Gloucester, on Thursday, 23 
November 1916. 

Page 94. — Olive Mary, 5th daughter 
of Major Francis Fawkes, died at 
Cheltenham 26 July 1916. 

Page 94 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxxi.) — Valentine Hawksworth 
Francis and Blanche Isabel Mary 
Fawkes have further issue a daughter, 
Sara Jean, born at Elmfield, Chelten- 
ham, on Saturday, 2 September 1916, 
baptised at Cheltenham. 

Page 95. — Dame Juliana Hannah 
Mary, wife of Admiral Sir Wilmot 
Hawksworth Fawkes, died at Steel 
Cross House, Steel Cross, Tunbridge 
Wells, co. Kent, on Friday, 1 December 
1 916. 

Sibyll, younger daughter of the Rev. 
Richard Wentworth Fawkes, was 
married at All Saints', Hertford, on 
Thursday, 28 January 1915, to Guy Lee 
Evans, Army Service Corps. 

Page 96. — Lois, younger daughter of 
Colonel Lionel Grimston Fawkes, 
married at Bedhampton, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, 3 August 1916, George 
Kerby, 2nd Lieutenant 8th Battalion 
Wiltshire Regiment, son of Henry 
Kerby. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page 98.— Robert 
Fellowes of Shotesham Park, co. 
Norfolk, died, aged 97, at Shotes- 
ham Park, on Tuesday, 31 August 
191 5, and was buried at Shotesham 
St. Mary. 

Page 99. — Robert Fellowes was 
killed in action, aged 19, 8 March 
'9'5- 



FELLOWES. Vol .15, page 82.— 
Colonel James Fellowes, R.E., died, 
aged 74, at Castle House, Dedham, co. 
Essex, on Wednesday, 3 May, and was 
buried at Hale, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
8 May 1916. 

Page 84. — Thomas Lyon Fellowes, 
Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, married at St. Jude's-on-the- 
Hill, Hendon, co. Middlesex, on Satur- 
day, 11 August 1917, Lily Cardinca, 
2nd daughter of J. G. Cunningham of 
Bastia, Corsica. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 16, page 62.— 
Robert Butler Fellowes died at 
Worthing, co. Sussex, on Sunday, 16 
April 1 9 16, and was buried at Horsell, 
co. Surrey, 

Beatrice Maria Player, 4th daughter 
of James Butler Fellowes, died at 
Somerley, Wyke Avenue, Worthing, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 31 January, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Richmond, 
co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 6 February 

1917- 
Page 64. — Ivoji Gordon Fellowes, 
Midshipman H.M.S. " Irresistable," was 
killed, aged 17, in the bombardment 
of the Dardanelles Forts on Thursday, 
18 March 1915. 

FERARD. Vol 16, page 96 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xxxi.) — 
John Edward and Kathleen Marion 
Ferard, have issue a son, John Richard 
Ferard born at 21 Sumner Place, 
South Kensington, London, on Friday, 
25 August 19 1 6, baptised at the parish 
church, Brompton. 

FIELD. Vol. 3, page 82.— The Rev. 
Sydney Benjamin Field died at 
Ovingdean, co. Sussex, on Friday, 
24 March 19 16. 

Cecily Hilda, elder daughter of the 
Rev. Sydney Benjamin Field, was 
married at All Saints', Hove, co. Sussex, 
in November 19 17, to the Rev. Frederic 
West Anderson. 

Page 84. — Arthur Field, died, aged 72, 
at Shenley, Christchurch Park, Sutton, 
co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 21 April, 
and was buried in the cemetery 
at Sutton on Saturday, 24 April 

1915- 
Page 84. — Aubrey John Field married 
at the old church, Smethwick, co. 
Stafford, on Saturday. 9 January 1915, 



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FIELD, continued. 

Florence Kate, 2nd daughter of Henry 
Harris Thompson of Bearwood Road, 
Smethwick. They have issue a daughter, 
born at Brae Ruthven, Beechwood Road, 
Sanderstead, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
18 October 1915. 

FINNEMORE. Vol. 13, page 65.— 
Norah Clementina, youngest daughter 
of the Hon bl= Robert Isaac Finnemore, 
was married at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 29 
April 19 1 5, to Frank Ollerenshaw, 
younger son of George S. Ollerenshaw 
of Mere Hall Knutsford, co. Chester, 
J.P. 

FIRTH. Vol. 4, page 144. — Mary 
Thomazia, 4th daughter of Joseph 
Firth, died at Widcombe Manor House, 
Bath, co. Somerset, on Monday, 15 
February 19 15. 

FIRTH. Page 100 of present volume. — 
Gerald Lewis Firth, Captain Royal Field 
Artillery, married at St. Edward's, 
Netley Abbey, co. Hants, on Mon- 
day, 9 July 1917, Letitia C, youngest 
daughter of General Robert D. Johnston 
of Winchester, Virginia, U.S.A. 

FISHER. Vol. 13, page 147. — Mary 
Louisa, widow of Herbert William 
Fisher, was killed by a motor car while 
crossing a street in Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 24 August, 
and was buried at Brockenhurst, co. 
Hants, 29 August 1916. 

Page 150. — Edmund Montagu Prin- 
sep and Janie Magdalene Fisher have 
further issue two sons, Mark Edward 
Fisher, born at 5 Swan AValk, Chelsea, 
on Friday, 5 June 19 14, baptised at 
Chelwood Gate, co. Sussex ; and William 
Thoby Fisher, born 19 August 19 17, 
baptised at Burley, co. Hants. 

Page 151. — Charles Dennis Fisher 
was drowned in H.M.S. " Invincible " in 
the action off Jutland on Wednesday, 
31 May 1916. 

FITZ WILLIAM. Vol. 14, page 31.— 
Major George Sholto Douglas died, 
aged 57, at Selcraig, Dunblane, co. 
Perth, on Thursday, 10 February, and 
was buried at Dalmohoy on Monday, 
14 February 1916. 



FITZWILLIAM, continued. 

Page 32 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxxii.) — George James Charles 
and Lorna Beryl Wentworth-Fitzwilliam 
have issue a son, Richard John Godric 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, born at Welton 
Place, Daventry, co. Northampton, on 
Thursday, 3 February 1916. 

Page 36.— The Hon bl <= William Hugh 
Spencer Wentworth - Fitzwilliam died, 
aged 57, at Roseborough, co. Kildare, 
on Wednesday, 28 March,- and was 
buried at Wentworth, co. York, on 
Tuesday, 3 April 1917. 

FLATT. Vol. 8, page 34.— William 
Wolton Flatt died at Church Farm, 
Withersdale, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 
1 July, and was buried at Withersdale 
on Thursday, 6 July 1916. M.I. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78.— Edward 
Lionel Alexander Clarke, Master of the 
Supreme Court, died, aged 80, at 5 
Ladbroke Square, Kensington, London, 
on Monday, 10 December, and was 
buried at Wim borne Minster, co. 
Dorset, on Friday, 14 Decemher 191 7. 

FLETCHER. Vol. r 3 , page 60.— 
Edward Lionel and Mary Fletcher have 
further issue a daughter, Pauline Rose- 
mary, born at Maryton, Allerton, co. 
Lancaster, on Thursday, 24 March, 
baptised at All Hallows', Allerton, 
23 April 19 10. 

Harold Molyneux Fletcher married 
by special licence at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
19 November 19 14, Dorothea Guthrie, 
only child of Tom Guthrie Williamson 
of Allerton Tower, Woolton, co. 
Lancaster. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 116.— Ernest 
Ayscoghe Floyer, M.C., Lieutenant 
Indian Army Reserve and Royal Flying 
Corps, married at St. Paul's, Frimley, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 8 April 19 16, Lena 
Cecile, elder daughter of Henry and 
Pauline Vost of Allahabad, India. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. 1, page 45— The 
Rt. Hon blc Francis John Savile Foljambe 
died, aged 86, at Osberton, co. Notting- 
ham, on Sunday, 4 February, and was 
buried there on Thursday, 8 February 
1917. 

Major Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam 
Brabazon Foljambe, King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, was killed in action at the Aisne 
14 September 19 14. 



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FOLJAMBE, continued. 

Page 48. — Susan Louisa, Dowager 
Countess of Liverpool, died at Kirkham 
Abbey, co. York, on Tuesday, 18 
December, and was buried at Scofton, 
co. Nottingham, on Saturday, 22 
December 19 17. 

Page 49 — The Hon bl= Josceline 
Charles William Savile Foljambe, 
Captain Oxfordshire and Buckingham- 
shire Light Infantry, was killed in action 
at Bogge-yat, Mesopotamia, aged 33, on 
Thursday, 6 April 19 16. 

The Hon b,t Bertram Marmaduke 
Osbert Savile Foljambe, M.C., Captain 
West Yorkshire Regiment, married at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 
on Saturday, 15 January 19 16, Joyce 
Norton, elder daughter of William 
Barrow EdmonJson of Hale, co. 
Chester. They have issue a daughter, 
Ursula Susan Annette Mary, born at 
Walton Croft, Hale, on Wednesday, 
8 November 1916. 

Page 50 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, page 
xxi.) — Lady Mabel Evelyn Selina Mary, 
3rd daughter of Cecil George Savile 
Foljambe, Earl of Liverpool, and wife of 
William Young Woodburn, M.D., died 
at 75 Festing Road, Southsea, co. 
Hants, on Friday, 12 November, 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 16 November, the remains 
being interred at Skellingthorpe, co. 
Lincoln, on Tuesday, 30 November 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 131.— Richard 
Christopher Gorges Foote died, aged 20, 
in hospital at Ghent, Belgium, on 
Thursday, 15 October 19 14, from 
wounds received in the defence of 
Antwerp. 

Page 132. — Major Richard Cunning- 
ham Foot, R.F.A. (Territorial Force) 
married at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Tuesday, 29 May 
191 7, Nina, only daughter of John 
Raymond of Quebec, Canada. 

FORWOOD. Vol. 15, page 92.— 
Gladys Faith Friend, elder daughter of 
Harold Stanley Forwood of Hoylake, 
co. Chester, J. P., was married at St. 
Hildeburgh's, Hoylake, on Tuesday, 1 1 
December 1917, to Lumley Fitzgerald 
Lyster (2nd son of Major Charles Bybie 
Lyster, The Buffs) ; born at Moreland 
House, Seaforth, co. Lancaster, 21 
October, baptised at St. Luke's, Great 
Crosby, co. Lancaster, 27 November 



FORWOOD, continued. 

1890 ; Lieutenant Army Ordnance 
Department (see Pedigree of Lyster, 
Vol. 4, page 124). 

Kathleen Marjorie, his younger 
daughter, was married at Bidston, co. 
Chester, on Wednesday, 3 February 

1915, to Lionel Irvine Leslie Ferguson, 
Captain 16th Battalion Cheshire 
Regiment, 2nd son of Leslie Ferguson. 

Page 93. — Thomas Brittain Forwood, 
Captain 2nd Battalion Royal Lancaster 
Regiment (The King's Own), was 
killed, aged 28, in action near Ypres, 
Flanders, on Sunday, 9 May 191 5. 

Page 96. — Sydney Brittain Forwood 
died, aged 42, at Willaston, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, 21 November, and was 
buried at the parish church, Brom- 
borough, co. Chester, 24 November 

19 16. 

FRANKLIN. Vol. 17, page 186.— 
Francis William Franklin died, aged 
83, at The Elms, Coventry, co. 
Warwick, on Saturday, 19 February, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Coventry 22 February 19 16. 

Page 187. — John Bill died as the 
result of an accident, aged 79, at 
Coventry on Monday, 28 February, and 
was buried in St. Nicholas' Churchyard, 
Radford Semele, co. Warwick, 2 March 
1916. 

Page 188. — Howard Franklin died 
unmarried at Sydney, New South Wales, 
10 August 1914, and was Juried in the 
cemetery at Sydney. 

Austin Hewlett and Ethel Annie 
Franklin have issue a daughter, 
Margaret Kingsford, born at Watford, 
co. Hertford, 20 April 191 7. 

Page 189. — Dorothy Jessie, wife of 
Major George Denne Franklin, Indian 
Medical Service, died at Gwalior, 
Central India, on Tuesday, 27 April 

Hazlitt Gilmour died, aged 59, in 
London on Sunday, 18 March 1917, 
and was buried in St. Pancras' 
Cemetery, Finchley, co. Middlesex. 

Page 190. — Celia Alicia Carey, 
youngest daughter of George Carey 
Franklin, was married at Christ Church, 
Khargpur, Bengal, India, on Friday, 
9 April 191 5, to Charles Edward Olive 
(youngest son of Charles Daniel Olive 
of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, by Alice 
Mary his wife, daughter of Joshua 
Frederick Parsons, M.R.C.S., of Frome, 



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FRANKLIN, continued. 

co. Somerset) ; born at Rokeby, 
Wimbledon, on Monday, 24 January 
1887 ; educated at King's College 
School and King's College, London 
University, B.Sc. 

FREEMAN. Vol. 9, page 9.— The Rev. 
William Henry Freeman died, aged 82, 
at Whitwell House, High Wycombe, 
co. Buckingham, on Monday, 14 
December 1914. 

FREEMAN. Vol. 11, page 49 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xxxiv.) — Philip 
Horace and Phyllis Mary Freeman have 
further issue a son, Keith Nevill Scott 
Freeman, born at 6 Cadogan Court, 
Chelsea, on Saturday, 10 March, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
21 April 19 1 7. 

Page 49 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxxiv.) —George Sydney and Adela 
Mary Grace Freeman have further issue 
a son, Richard Broke Freeman, born 
at 20 Collingham Place, Gloucester 
Road, South Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 1 April, baptised at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 5 May 1915. 

FREEMAN. Vol. 15, page 190.— James 
Edward Hutton Freeman, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant The Queen's (Royal West 
Surrey Regiment) and Squadron Flying 
Officer, Royal Flying Corps, was killed 
at Poperinghe, Flanders, on Monday, 
24 April 1916. 

FRENCH. Vol. 17, page 197.— Herbert 
Stanley and Amy French have further 
issue a daughter, Kathleen Mary, 
born at 62 Wimpole Street, Cavendish 
Square, London, on Thursday, 7 
December 191 6, baptised in the chapel 
of Guy's Hospital, London, 17 March 
1917. 

FRESHFIELD. Vol. 16, page 170.— 
Edwin Hanson and Mary Lee Freshfield 
have further issue a daughter, born at 
Juniper Hill, Reigate, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 15 November 191 1. 

FRIPP. Vol. 18, page 185.— Dorothy, 
younger daughter of Herbert Innes 
Fripp, was married at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
28 April 191 7, to Reginald Cecil Bligh 
Wall (2nd son of Reginald Bligh Wall, 
M.R.C.S.); born 16 October 1869; 



FRIPP, continued. 

educated at Bradfield College and at 
Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 October 1889, B.A. (2nd Classical 
Mods.) 1893, M.A., M.D. 1902, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1897, 
M.R.C.P. 1901, F.R.C.P. 1908 ; 
Physician London Hospital. 

Page 190. — Sir Alfred Downing and 
Margaret Scott Fripp have further issue 
a son, Reginald Charles Fripp, born at 
19 Portland Place, Marylebone, London, 
on Wednesday, 2 June, baptised at Holy 
Trinity, Great Portland Street, 24 June 

i9 J 5- 

Robert Mackay Fripp died at Van- 
couver, British Columbia, 16 December 
19 1 7. His eldest son, George Mackay 
Fripp, a private in the Canadian 
Mounted Rifles, died in France 17 
April 191 7, from wounds received in 
action at Vimy Ridge, and was buried 
in the British Cemetery at Etaples. 

FRY. Vol. 10, page 15. — Henry Alexander 
Russell Fry, Lieutenant Army Service 
Corps, married at Coulsdon, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 24 July 191 5, Helene, 
eldest daughter of Ernest Noel of 
Epernay, France. 

FULLER. Vol. 18, page 199.— Rose 
Fuller died, aged 80, at Marston, 
Bayshill, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
on Wednesday, 21 November, and was 
buried at Cheltenham on Friday, 23 
November 191 7. 

FULLER-ELLIOTT-DRAKE. Vol. 
10, page 4. — Sir Francis George 
Augustus Fuller-Elliott-Drake, Baronet, 
died, aged 78, on Tuesday, 25 July 1916. 

FURNEAUX. Vol. 6, page 34.— Alice 
Emma, elder daughter of the Rev. 
William Duckworth Furneaux, died, 
aged 67, at Wribbenhall, co. Worcester, 
on Friday, n September 1914. 

Dorothy, eldest daughter of the Very 
Rev. William Mordaunt Furneaux, Dean 
of Winchester, was married at Penang, 
Straits Settlements, on Monday, 2 
November 1914, to Bernard Haigh. 

Page 35. — Philip Templer Furneaux, 
Lieutenant King's (Liverpool Regiment), 
was killed in action in Belgium, aged 25, 
on Monday, 26 October 1914. 

Eileen Gladys, younger daughter of 
the Rev. Walter Copleston Furneaux, 
was married at St. Mark's, Bangalore, 



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FURNEAUX, continued. 

India, on Tuesday, 14 November 1916, 
to Andrew Stuart Burnett, Royal 
Engineers, son of A. A. Burnett of 
Shawford, co. Hants. 

Page 36.— Zoe Marion, widow of 
Ernest Alan Furneaux, died, aged 59, 
at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 
Sunday, 23 December 191 7. 

Leonard Romney Furneaux married 
at Repton, co. Derby, on Wednesday, 
23 December 1914, Mary Beatrice, 
daughter of the Rev. George Pettman 
Clucas, Master of Repton School. 

FYNMORE. Vol. 6, page 42.— Mary 
Anne, elder daughter of William Stubbs 
Fynmore, died unmarried 23 September 
1916. 

GALE. Vol. 1, page 278.— Major Marma- 
duke Henry Littledale Gale, 8th Indian 
Cavalry, was killed at Jhansi, Central 
India, on Monday, 28 June 1915. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 140.— Elizabeth 
Garrett-Anderson, M.IX, widovvof James 
George Skelton Anderson, died, aged 
81, at Aide House, Aldeburgh, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 17 December, 
and was buried at Aldeburgh on Friday, 
21 December 19 17. 

Page 142.— Richard Daryl Garrett, 
Lieutenat Central Ontario Regiment, 
was killed in action in France, aged 25, 
on Monday, 5 November 1917. 

Page 144.— Henry Fawcett Garrett, 
Captain East Yorkshire Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 29, at Suvla Bay, 
Gallipoli Peninsula, 22 August 1915. 

Page 1 44 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxxv.) — Ronald Thornbury Garrett, 
Captain Army Service Corps, and Kate 
Marion Stewart his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, Gillian, born at 13 
Nottingham Place, Marylebone, London, 
26 July 1915 ; died in April 1917. 

Page 144. — Stephen Garrett, Captain 
4th Suffolk Regiment (Territorial Force), 
died, aged 36, of wounds received in 
action at Neuve Chapelle, France, on 
Friday, 12 March 191 5. 

GATTY. Vol. 2, page 154.— Major Charles 
Comyn Scott Scott-Gatty, 3/ist Hert- 
fordshire Regiment, died, aged 35, at 
8 Cromwell Crescent, Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 24 July 1916, and 
was buried at Welwyn, co. Hertford, on 
Thursday, 27 July 1916. 



GAY. Vol. 5, page 165.— Charlotte 
Catherine, 3rd daughter of William Gay, 
died, aged 66, at Crill, near Falmouth, co. 
Cornwall, on Saturday, 2 January 191 5. 

GEPP. Vol. 18, page 163.— Charles 
William Brewster Gepp of B 3 Squadron 
2nd King Edward's Horse died, aged 
2 1 , in Flanders, on Thursday, 8 July 1 9 1 5. 
Nicolas Melvill Gepp, Captain nth 
Yorkshire Light Infantry, attached to 
the 1 st Essex Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 44, at the Dardanelles 
6 August 1915- 
Page 164. — Alice Philippa, wife of 
the Rev. Nicolas Parker Gepp, died at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 14 October, and was buried 
at Northwold, co. Norfolk, on Monday, 
18 October 1915. 

Alice Mary, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Nicolas Parker Gepp, died at 
The Rectory, Northwold, on Sunday, 
29 November, and was buried at 
Northwold on Wednesday, 2 December 
1914. 

Ismena Emily, his 2nd daughter, 
was married by special licence at St. 
Philip's, Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 11 September 1917, to 
Frank William Rendle, 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers. 

GERARD. Addenda, Vol. 17, page xvii.— 
Charles Robert Tolver Michael Gerard- 
Dicconson (only son of the Hon ble 
Robert Joseph Gerard-Dicconson, see 
Vol. o, page log), entered the 
Grenadier Guards as 2nd Lieutenant 3 
September 191 3, Lieutenant 2 Novem- 
ber 1914, Aide-de-Camp 15 January 
1915 ; married at the Church of the 
Assumption, Warwick Street, London, 
on Tuesday, 19 October 1915, Aimee 
Gwendolyn, younger daughter of Sir 
Rupert Turner Havelock Clarke of 
Rupertswood, co. Bourke, in the Colony 
of Victoria, Australia, 2nd Baronet. 

Pa<*e no. — General Sir Laurence 
James Oliphant, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 
died at 14 Hans Road, Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 6 July, and was 
buried at St. John's, Woking, co. 
Surrey, on Friday, ro July 1914. 

GETTING. Vol. 1 2, page 38.— Eric Noel 
Getting, Captain Royal Berkshire Regi- 
ment, was killed, aged 24, whilst 
leading his company on Thursday, 28 
September 191 5, in the attack on Fosse 
No. 8, near Vermelles, battle of Loos. 



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XXXIX 



GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 115.— The 
Rev. Wilfrid Hannay Gibbins married 
at Minstervvorth, co. Gloucester, on 
Tuesday, 30 October 19 17, Ann Mary, 
daughter of the Rev. James Raine, 
Canon Residentiary of York Minster. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 46.— Violet 
Cicely Helen, youngest daughter of 
John Skipworth Gibbons, was married 
at Boddington, co. Gloucester, on 
Thursday, 20 July 19 16, to Marcel 
Seeley, 2nd Lieutenant Coldstream 
Guards. 

GIBSON. Vol. 2, page 89.— Edmund 
Wyatt Gibson died, aged 56, in London 
on Wednesday, 4 April, and was buried 
at Aysgarth, co. York, on Tuesday, 
10 April 1917. 

GIDLEY. Vol. 14, page 131.— Mary 
Elizabeth, widow of Bartholomew 
Charles Gidley, died, aged 70, at Bud- 
leigh Salterton, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 
22 September 19 14. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144. — Eric Gilbey, 
Lieutenant 5th Battalion Rifle Brigade, 
was killed in action, aged 26, on Sunday, 
14 March 1915. 

Sebastian Walter Gilbey, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Army Service Corps, married at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Saturday, 22 July, 191 6, Jean Agnew, 
only daughter of George Milner. 

Page 145. — Sir Walter Gilbey, Baronet, 
died at Elsenham Hall, co. Essex, on 
Thursday, 12 November, and was buried 
at Bishops Stortford, co. Hertford, on 
Monday, 16 November 1914. Will 
dated 17 May 191 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry in February 1915. 

GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 56.— 
Cecilia Mary, only daughter of John 
Knowles Glazebrook, was married at 
Goostrey, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 

9 August 19 16, to the Rev. Edward 
Armitstead (3rd son of the Rev. 
Canon John Richard Armitstead of 
Cranage Hall, co. Chester, Vicar of 
Sandbach, co. Chester, by Frances 
Mary his wife, eldest daughter of 
William Henry Hornby of Poole Hall, 
co. Chester, MP.); born at Sandbach 

10 September 1872 ; educated at 
Oswestry and M.A. of Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1891 ; 
Perpetual Curate of Goostrey 1907. 



GLAZEBROOK, continued. 

Page 57. — Henry George Twanbrook 
Glazebrook died, aged 68, at Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, on Thursday, 8 
October 19 14. 

Page 58. — Thomas Twanbrook Glaze- 
brook died, aged 71, at Wavertree, near 
Liverpool, 5 August 19 15, and was 
buried at Holy Trinity, Wavertree. 

William Hall Glazebrook died, aged 
71, at Lymington, co. Hants, 24 October 
191 7, and was buried in the cemetery at 
Lymington. 

The Rev. Edward Warwick Jelinger 
Symons died, aged 66, at Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, 9 July 191 5, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 66 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xiv.) — Lieut.- 
Colonel Francis Ambrose D'Oyly and 
Maud Goddard have further issue a 
daughter, Mary Doreen Monica, born 
at 45 Warwick Road, Earl's Court, 
London, on Friday, 27 August, baptised 
at Our Lady of Victories, Kensington, 
on Saturday, 28 August 1915. 

Addenda, Vol. 11, page x. — Denis 
Gerald Ambrose Goddard, Midshipman 
Royal Navy (eldest son of Lieut.- Colonel 
Francis Ambrose D'Oyly Goddard 
see page 66), perished with H.M.S. 
"Queen Mary," 31 May 1916. 

Page 67. — Roland Frederick Norton 
and Emma Goddard, have further issue 
four daughters, Frances Harriet, born at 
Motueka, New Zealand, 12 August 
1901 ; Doris Ann Jane, born at 
Motueka 10 May 1905 ; Iva Miriam, 
born at Upper Moutere 1 December 
1906 ; and Melba Moneta, born at 
Upper Moutere 2 December 1910. 

GODDARD. Vol. 10, page 27.— Maria, 
widow of Alfred Courtenay Goddard, 
died, aged 77, at 16 Emperor's Gate, 
South Kensington, London, on Friday, 
5 January 191 7. 

GODDARD. Vol. 18, page 146.— 
Alexander and Ellen Henrietta 
Goddard have further issue a daughter, 
Rachel Anne Oakley, born at 2 Cleve- 
land Square, Hyde Park, London, 5 
March 191 7, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London: diedatThorpness, 
co. Suffolk, 24 August following, and 
was buried in Brookvvood Cemetery, 
co. Surrey. 



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GODDARD, continued. 

Page 147. — Commander Philip Leslie 
and Mabel Goddard have issue a 
daughter, Joan Leslie, born at Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 10 April, 
baptised at St. Ambrose, Bournemouth, 
25 May 1917. 

GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55.— William 
Jefferies Godden died, aged 57, at 
Seminole Mission, Florida, U.S.A., 
on Thursday, 1 October, buried at 
Immokalee on Monday, 5 October 1914. 
Page 55 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, page 
be.)— The Rev. Frederick Ernest and 
Edith Harriet Godden have further issue 
a daughter, Mary Irene, bom at Hawley 
Vicarage, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 
12 January, baptised at Hawley 7 
February 1916. 

GOLDSMITH. Vol. 5, page 108.— 
Frederick William Goldsmith of 7 
Jevington Gardens, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, died, aged 91, on Thursday, 
1 5 October, and was buried on Monday, 
19 October 1914. 

GOSCHEN. Vol. 15, page 157.— The 
Hon ble Alexis Charles Burke Roche 
died at Assolas, co. Cork, on Thursday, 
17 December 19 14. 

The Hon ble George Joachim Goschen, 
Lieutenant 5th Battalion (Territorial 
Force) East Kent Regiment (The 
Buffs), died in hospital at Amara, 
Sudan, on Wednesday, 19 January 
1916, of wounds received in action on 
Friday, 7 January 19 16. 

Page 160. — Charles Hermann 
Goschen of Ballards, Addington, co. 
Surrey, died, aged 76, at 117 Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 22 March, and was buried at 
Addington on Thursday, 25 March 

1915. 

Page 162. — Kenneth and Violet 
Goschen have further issue a daughter, 
Nancy, born at Sigers, Eastcote, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 30 August 
191 1 ; and a son, Donald Charles 
Goschen, born at the same place on 
Sunday, 26 January 191 3. 

Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Alec Goschen, 
D.S.O., R.A., and Marjorie Mary his 
wife, have further issue a daughter, 
Diana Marjorie, born at 14 Cranley 
Place, Onslow Square, Kensington, on 
Saturday, 18 November 19 16, baptised 
at St. Paul's, Onslow Square, on New 
Year's Day 191 7. 



GOSCHEN, continued. 

Page 162. — Christopher Gerard 
Goschen, Captain Grenadier Guards, 
was killed in action, aged 35, on 
Monday, 25 September 19 16. 

Page 163.— The Rt. Hon bl « Sir 
William Edward Goschen, G.C.B., was 
created a Baronet (New Year Honours) 
1 January 1916. 

Edward Henry and Countess Mary 
Goschen have further issue a daughter, 
Joyce Clara, and two sons, Edward 
Christian Goschen, born at Vedbcek, 
Denmark, on Tuesday, 2 September 
1913 ; and Alexander Gerard Goschen, 
born at Cairo, Egypt, on Sunday, 17 
October 1915. Their eldest daughter 
was named Dorothy Jean Henrietta 
Hosta [not Henrietta Mary Hosta]. 

GOUGH. Vol. 17, page 151.— Harold 
Stewart Gough, 2nd Lieutenant King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, was killed in action, 
aged 2i, on Friday, 16 June 1916. 

GREEN. Vol. 4. page 47- — Laura 
Georgiana, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Martin Johnson Green, died, aged 62, 
at Bath, co. Somerset, on Tuesday, 
9 December 191 3, and was buried in 
Wolvercote Cemetery, Oxford. 

Edith Mary, 3rd daughter of the Rev. 
Martin Johnson Green, died, aged 60, 
at Oxford, 5 August 19 14, and was 
buried in Wolvercote Cemetery, Oxford. 
Anne Cecilia, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. Martin Johnson Green, died, 
aged 58, at Oxford, on Friday, 19 May, 
and was buried in Wolvercote Cemetery, 
Oxford, 22 May 19 16. 

GREENWOOD. Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxxvii.— Leslie Richmond, hus- 
band of Ruth Margaret, nee Greenwood 
(see Vol. 5, page 131), Lieutenant 
Gordon Highlanders, was killed in 
action, aged 26, at Mons, Belgium, 
23 August 19 14. 

GRELLIER. Vol. 16, page 10.— Ann, 
widow of William Grellier, died, aged 
99, at St. Martin's Croft, Epsom, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 31 December 
1914, and was buried in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
5 January 1915- 
Page 11. — Florence Marianne, 2nd 
daughter of Harley Mair Grellier, was 
married at the parish church, Epsom, 



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GRELLIER, continued. 

co. Surrey, on Friday, 10 December 
19 1 5, to William Morris Vincent, elder 
son of William Vincent of Ebbsfieet, 
Epsom. 

GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 116. — Louisa 
Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. Sir 
William Nigel Gresley, Baronet, died, 
aged 84, at Barton -under -Need wood, 
co. Stafford, on Saturday, 10 November 
1917. 

Page 117. — Nigel Bowyer Gresley of 
Victoria, British Columbia, died, aged 
44, at Doncaster, co. York, on Wed- 
nesday, 9 June, and was buried at 
Netherseale, co. Leicester, on Friday, 
11 June 191 5. 

GREY. Vol. 11, page 170. —The Rt- 
Hon ble Sir Edward Grey was created 
Viscount Grey of Fallodon, co. North- 
umberland, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 27 July 19 16. 

Page 171. — The Rev. Alexander Harry 
Grey died, aged 44, in London, on 
Saturday, 24 October 19 14. 

GRIFFITH. Vol. 14, page 137.- 
Mona Elfrida Zelda, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Comber Griffith, was married 
at Pernambuco, Brazil, 13 February 
19 1 2, to John Grant Anderson. 

Thomas Logan Griffith married at 
Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 26 August 
19 14, Lucy Irene Beryl, daughter of 
Henry Blomficld of Woodbridge. They 
have issue a son, Thomas Peter Logan 
Griffith, born 9 June 191 7. 

Page 138. — Edward Claud Griffith 
married at Kansas, U.S.A., 5 June 
191 7, Florence Gertrude Raymond. 

Geoffrey Comber Griffith married at 
Newdigate, co. Surrey, 17 August 191 5, 
Iris, daughter of Edward Champneys 
Irwin of Newdigate. They have issue 
a son, Geoffrey Grenville Griffith, 
born at Pernambuco, Brazil, 19 June 
1917. 

Mary Izobel, 2nd daughter of Thomas 
Comber Griffith, was married at Per- 
nambuco 5 October 1917, to George 
Alexander Duncan Little. 

Page 139. — Ethel Mary, elder 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Edward 
Osborne Griffith, was married at St. 
James', Norwich, 18 October 19 10, to 
Renton Palmer Walker of Norwich, 
son of James Campbell Walker of 
Arbroath, co. Forfar. 



GROOME. Vol. 5, page 22.— Admiral 
Robert Leonard Groome, C.V.O., died, 
aged 69, at St. George's Hospital, 
London, the result of an accident, 
on Thursday, 22 November, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middle- 
sex, 27 November 191 7. Memorial 
Brass in Monk Soham Church, co. 
Suffolk. 

Mary Theodora, youngest daughter 
of the Ven bl = Robert Hindes Groome, 
died, aged 56, at Petersfield, co. Hants, 
6 November, and was buried there 9 
November 191 1. Memorial Brass in 
Monk Soham Church. 

Auckland William Wollaston Groome, 
Lieutenant Norfolk Yeomanry, married 
at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, on 
Saturday, 3 July 1915, to Margaret 
Grace, youngest daughter of William 
Henry Cleburne of Catherine Road, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey. They have issue 
a daughter, Dorothy Mary Wollaston, 
born at Suffolk House, Surbiton, on 
Wednesday, 19 April, baptised at St. 
Mark's, Surbiton, 27 May 1916. 

GURDON. Vol. 17, page 121.— 
Eleanor Joyce, only daughter of Philip 
Gurdon, was married at the parish 
church, St. Pancras, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 22 October 19 14, to Cyril 
Diver, Loyal North Lancashire Regi- 
ment, only son of Lieutenant-Colonel 
Thomas Diver, Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 3.— Alexander 
George Stapleton Gwatkin died at 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 
14 February 1915. 

Page 4. — Hugh Fortescue Wilmsburst 
Gwatkin died, aged 53, at Poole, 
co. Dorset, on Thursday, 9 November 
1916. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 168.— Robert 
Torrington Gwatkin, Dragoon Guards, 
died at the Manor House, Potterne, 
co. Wilts, on Monday, 23 April, and 
was buried at Potterne on Saturday, 
28 April 1917. 

GWYDYR. Vol. 12, page 139.— Colonel 
Willoughby Merrik Campbell, Baron 
Gwydyr, died, aged 73, in London, 
on Saturday, 13 February, and was 
buried on Wednesday, 17 February 
1915. 



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HALIFAX. Vol. io, page 134 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxv.) — The 
Hon ble Edward Frederick Lindley and 
Lady Dorothy Evelyn Augusta Wood 
have further issue a son, Francis Hugh 
Courtenay Wood, born at 39 Tite 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 5 October 19 16. 

Page 135 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xv.) — Major Francis Hugo Lindley 
Meynell, 3rd North Midland Brigade, 
Royal Field Artillery, and Lady 
Dorothy his wife have further issue 
a son, Mark Meynell, born at n 
Portman Square, London, on Thursday, 
19 February 1914; and a daughter, 
born at 37 Portman Square on 
Wednesday, 27 June 191 7. 

Page 135 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xxxviii.) — Everard Charles Lind- 
ley Meynell, Lieutenant 3rd North 
Midland Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, 
and Rose his wife have issue a 
daughter, Rose Mary, born at 13 
Gloucester Place, Portman Square, 
London, on Monday, 19 April 19 17. 

Page 135. — Mary Margaret Desiree, 
only daughter of the Hon ble Frederick 
George Lindley Meynell, was married 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
on Wednesday, 17 March 19 15, to the 
Hon b,e Evelyn Hugh John Boscawen, 
eldest son of Evelyn Edward Thomas, 
Viscount Falmouth, C.B., M.V.O. ; 
born at 19 Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, 
London, on Friday, 5 August 1887 ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term 1905, B.A. 
1908 ; Lieutenant Scots Guards (Special 
Reserve). 

HALL. Vol. 6, page 108.— Herbert 
Gottlieb Edlmann died at Willshire 
Farm, Wokingham, co. Berks, 2 March, 
and was buried at Peaslake, co. Surrey, 
5 March 19 16. 

Page 109. — Fanny Louisa, wife of 
the Rev. Frederick Dickinson Hall, 
died at Manby, co. Lincoln, 1 February, 
and was buried there 4 February 1916. 

Page 109. — Mary Emily, wife of 
Major Montagu Haffenden Hall, died 
at Whatton Manor, co. Nottingham, 
on Thursday, 8 July, and was buried at 
Whatton 12 July 1915. Major Hall 
married 2ndly at Screveton, co. 
Nottingham, on Tuesday, 8 August 
1916, Monica, 3rd daughter of the 
Rev. William Edward Bury (see 
Pedigree of Bury, Vol. Q, page 116). 



HALL, continued. 

Page no. — Maurice James Hall died 
at The Willows, Cape Colony, South 
Africa, 24 July 1914. 

HAMILTON. Vol. 16, page 44 (and 
Addenda, Vol 18, page xxxviii.) — 
William John Rodney and Elsie Kath- 
leen May Hamilton have issue a son, 
Richard William Vesey Hamilton, born 
at Colombo, Ceylon, 1 December 1914 ; 
and a daughter, Lilian Elsie, born at 
Dolosbage, Ceylon, 8 August 19 16. 

HARDWICKE. Vol. 4, page 131.— 
Sarah James Goulding, widow of the 
Rev. Edward Hardwicke, died on 
Sunday, 13 December 19 14, and was 
buried at Alley, co Stafford. 

Page 132. — Mary Maude, wife of 
William Murray Hardwicke, died at 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, 19 April 1903, 
and was buried there. He married 
2iidly at Christ Church, Claughton, co. 
Chester, 12 September 1905, Mary 
Hannah, daughter of Richard Deam of 
Birkenhead, and widow of Arthur 
Sharpies, C.E., of Birkenhead. She died 
at Birkenhead 26 June 191 7, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Bebington, 
co. Chester. 

Page 134. — Edyth Calvert, 2nd 
daughter of Edward Arthur Hardwicke, 
L.R.C.P., formerly of Howick, Natal, 
and wife of Robert Herbert Cartwright 
of Great Hills, Staten Island, New 
Jersey, U.S.A., died there 14 June 1915, 
and was buried at Great Hills. Her 
husband died there 18 June 19 15, and 
was buried at the same place. 

Page 135. — Alice Mary, wife of 
William Wright Hardwicke, M.D., of 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, died at Chelsea 
10 January, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery 13 January 191 7. 

Austin Baldry Hardwicke married 
at Epiphany Church, Niagara Falls, 
U.S.A., 1 February 1912, Mary 
Josephine, only daughter of Alfred 
Munson Hawes, M.D., of Detroit, 
Michigan, U.S.A. They have issue a 
son, William Baldry Hardwicke, born 
at Hill Crest, Centerville, Crawford 
County, Pa., U.S.A., on Saturday, 26 
February 1916. 

HARINGTON. Vol. 10, page 124.— 
Herbert Andrzej Biernacki Harington, 
Lieutenant 3rd (Special Reserve) Bat- 
talion Hampshire Regiment, died, aged 



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HARINGTON, continued. 

26, at the Alexandra Hospital, Cosham, 
co. Hants, from wounds received in 
action at the battle of Ypres (31 October) 
on Wednesday, 9 December 19 14. 

HARROWBY. Vol. 12, page 170.— 
Mary Frances, Countess of Harrowby, 
died on Friday, 27 July 1917. 

Page 173. — Major the Hon b,e Robert 
Nathaniel Dudley Ryder, 8th Hussars, 
was killed in action, aged 34, on 
Saturday, 1 December 19 17. 

HART-DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 29.— 
Katharine Lucy, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Richard Hart Hart-Davis died on 
Tuesday, 1 1 May, and was buried at 
Mapledurham, co. Oxford, 14 May 

!9i5- 

Page 32. — Sidney Osborne and 
Catherine Casler Hart - Davis have 
further issue a son, Philip Sidney Hart- 
Davis, born at Altskeith, Lidgelton, 
Natal, 12 August 1909. 

HARVEY. Vol. 1, page 6.— Edward 
Henry Harvey died at Beckenham, co. 
Kent, 14 February 191 7, and was 
buried in Hither Green Cemetery, 
Southend, near Beckenham. 

Ronald Marmaduke Dawnay Harvey, 
2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion North 
Staffordshire Regiment, attached 1st 
Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 27, at Hill 60, 
Flanders, 21 April 19 15. 

Page 7 {and Addenda, Vol. 7J, 
page xvi.) — Thomas Francis and Mary 
Constance Harvey have issue three 
daughters, Maria Constance, born at 
Bicknor House, English Bicknor, co. 
Gloucester, on Friday, 13 May 1910; 
Frances Ellen, born at the same place 
on Monday, 23 September 1912; and 
Margaret, born at the same place on 
Sunday, 22 November 19 14. 

Page 7 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxv.) — Major Harry Charles and 
Lilian Harvey have issue a daughter, 
Evelyn Anne, born at Woodlands, West 
Byfleet, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 24 
November 1914. 

HARWOOD. Vol. 14, page 178.— 
Harry Sandeman died at 92 Marine 
Parade, Worthing, co. Sussex, 16 August, 
and was buried in Highgate Cemetery, 
co. Middlesex, 20 August 1917. 



HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 135 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xvi.) — Noel 
Alfred Fitzherbert and Florence 
Odenaat Haslewood have issue a son, 
Geoffrey Arthur Dering Haslewood, born 
at 22 Dorset Mansions, Lillie Road, 
Fulham, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
9 July 1910. 

Page 136 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xxi.) — Herbert Dering and Emily 
Haslewood have issue a son, Guy Francis 
Dering Haslewood, born at Ermington, 
River Bank, East Molesey, co. Surrey, 
on Sunday, 19 October 1913. 

HAVERSHAM. Page 20 of present 
volume. — Elizabeth, daughter of the 
Rev. George Goodenough Hayter, died, 
aged 66, at Leslie Lodge, Worthing, 
co. Sussex, on Thursday, 28 December 
1916. 

Page 23.— The Rt. Hon ble Sir Arthur 
Divett Hayter, Baron Haveisham, died, 
aged 81, at 9 Grosvenor Square, 
London, on Thursday, 10 May, and 
was buried at Easthampstead, co. Berks, 
on Tuesday, 15 May 191 7. 

HAWORTH- BOOTH. Vol. 8, page 
131. — Henry Eldred Haworth, Captain 
17th Lancers, died, aged 50, on 
Sunday, 6 February 1916. 

Thomas Eldred Curwen Haworth, 
2nd Lieutenant Essex Regiment, died 
of wounds received in action on Sunday, 
2 December 191 7. 

Page 132. — Francis Adrian Blaydes 
Haworth - Booth, Lieutenant Royal 
Navy, married at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, on Tuesday, 
7 November 191 6, Marie Yvonne, 
youngest daughter of Jean Champeaux 
of Paris. 

HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 2.— Selina 
Frances, 2nd daughter of the Rt. 
Hon ble Sir William Heathcote, Baronet, 
died, aged 74, at 12 St. Thomas' Street, 
Winchester, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
iS November 19 16. 

Page 3 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xxxix.) — James Shirley Heathcote, 
Lieutenant Coldstream Guards, and 
Agnes Ethel his wife had issue a son, 
Martin Shirley Heathcote, born 28 
January 1914. James Shirley Heathcote 
died, aged 30, on Tuesday, 28 August, 
from wounds received in action on 
Monday, 27 August, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Friday, 31 August 1917. 



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HEATH COTE, continued. 

p a g e 3 . — Martin Arthur Heathcote, 
M.cT Lieutenant ioth Royal Fusiliers, 
died, a<*ed 24, of wounds received in 
action, on Monday, 17 July 19 16. 

HEBERDEN. Vol. 9. P a g e 59-— 
Arthur Clements Heberden, 2nd 
Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
was killed in action, aged 30, on 
Tuesday, 10 July 1917- 

HENSLEY. Vol. 17, page 5 8 - — 
Gertrude Hull, widow of the Rev. 
Lewis Hensley, died, aged 76, at n 
Vincent Square, Westminster, on 
Saturday, 10 February, and was buried 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
on Wednesday, 14 February 19 16. 

Emily Marianne, 2nd daughter of 
Frederick John Hensley.M.D., died, aged 
62, at Woodside House, Whetstone, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 1 August 1916. 

Page 59.— Sybil Valpy, 3rd daughter 
of Frederick Filleul Hensley, was 
married at Godalming, co. Surrey, 
5 November 1915, to Archibald Guy 
Simmons, 2nd Lieutenant Honourable 
Artillery Company, 2nd son of W. B. 
Simmons of Fairford, Sidcup, co. Kent. 

Page 62.— Sarah, wife of the Rev. 
Edward Hensley, died, aged 84, at The 
Haven, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, on 
Thursday, 10 May, and was buried in 
the churchyard of Budock, co. Cornwall, 
on Monday, 14 May 1917. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3. P a S e I22 ~ Sir 
Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, Baronet, 
was created Baron Treowen of Treowen 
and Llanarth, co. Monmouth, 3 June 

191 7. 

The Hon ble Elydyr John Bernard 
Herbert, Captain Gloucestershire 
Yeomanry, attached to Machine Gun 
Corps, was killed in action, aged 36, in 
November 1917- 

HESKETH. Vol. 1, page 159.— Percy 
Lempriere Hesketh married at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street. London, 
on Thursday, 11 January 1917, Violet 
Keikilani, youngest daughter of R. A. 
Van Middeldyk, Central American 
Consul at Southampton. 

HEXT. Vol. 1, page 203. -Charles 
Hawkins Hext died, aged 65, on 
Thursday, 4 January 191 7, and was 
buried at Constantine, co. Cornwall. 



HEXT, continued. 

Page 205.— Charles Wilfred Hext, 
Captain Indian Army, married at 
St. Jude's, South Kensington, London, 
on Friday, 1 January 191 5, Emily, 
only child of James William and 
Margaret Barratt. They have issue a 
son, John Wilfred Barratt Hext, born at 
Holyworth, Coniston, co. Lancaster, on 
Thursday, 24 February, baptised at 
Coniston 29 March 1916. 

HINCHLIFF. Vol. 18, page 148.— 
Chamberlain and Sarah Hinchhfi had 
further issue a daughter, Georgina 
Charlotte, born at Hendon Hall, co. 
Middlesex, 30 April 1828, baptised at 
Havant, co. Hants; died unmarried, 
aged 25, at Lee, co. Kent, on Monday, 
30 January 1854, and was buried with 
her parents at St. Margaret's, Lee. 

HIND. Vol. 16, page 48.— John Herbert 
Hind, Captain 13th Hussars, married 
at the Oratory, Brompton, co. Middle- 
sex, on Wednesday, 28 February 191 7, 
Sybil Thompson of Clare Hall, Raheny, 
co. Dublin. 

HODSOLL. Vol. n, page 53.— George 
Bertram Pollock Hodsoll, Captain 
Suffolk Regiment, married Olive Mar- 
garet, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Milne Rae, D.D., of Edinburgh. He 
was killed in action on Monday, 9 
November 19 14. 

Page S3 {and Addenda, Vol. JO, 
page xxvi.)— Arthur Maxfield Pollock 
and Millicent Mary Hodsoll have further 
issue a son, Ronald Hodsoll, born at 
Waverley, St. George's Hill, Weybridge, 
co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 4 August, and 
died a few hours later, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Weybridge 7 August 
1914. 

HOLE. Vol. 7, page 129. — Henrietta 
Eliza, youngest daughter of William 
Hole died, aged 75, at 32 Richmond 
Road, Exeter, co. Devon, on Friday, 
15 December 1916. 

HOLROYD. Vol. 12, page 21. — Sir 
Charles Holroyd died, aged 56, at 
Sturdie House, Weybridge, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 17 November, and was 
buried at Walton-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 20 November 
1917. 



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HOOKE. Vol. 1 8, page 117.— Avis 
Frederica, wife of John Hooke, died at 
23 Birdliurst Rise, Croydon, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 25 October, and was 
buried at St. Peter's, Croydon, 27 
October 1917. 

Page 118. — The Rev. Francis Edward 
Yarborough and Madeline Hooke have 
further issue a son, John Christopher 
Hooke, born at The Vicarage, Hythe, 
co. Hants, on Thursday, 23 March 
1916. 

Page 120. — John Clement Hooke of 
the 14th Battalion Australian Imperial 
Force, died, while serving with his 
regiment in Egypt, on Sunday, 7 March 

1915- 

Lieut. -Colonel Utten Lamont Hooke, 
4th Battalion Queen's Royal West 
Surrey Regiment, and Enid Ayesha 
his wife, have issue a son, Lewis Brodie 
Hooke, born at Park Lane, Croydon, 
co. Surrey, on Monday, 15 March 
19 1 5. Lieut. -Colonel Hooke was killed 
in action at Rceux, France, on Thursday, 
21 June 19 1 7. 

HOOPER. Vol. 1, page 176.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Stuart Huntly Hooper died at 
the Royal Free Hospital, London, from 
illness contracted in France while on 
active service, on Monday, 31 May 
1915, and was buried at Highcliffe, co. 
Hants. 

HOVENDEN. Vol. 15, page 168.— 
Martha, widow of Thomas Henry 
Hovenden, died, aged 79, at 72 Leigham 
Vale, Tulse Hill, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 22 May, and was buried in West 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 25 May 1915. 

Page 170. — Albert Hovenden died, 
aged 74, at Oaklands, Haling Park 
Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
18 January, and was buried at Bandon 
Hill, Waddon, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
20 January 19T5. 

Page 172. — Hedley Percy Hovenden, 
2nd Lieutenant Army Service Corps, 
married at St. Peter's, Croydon, on 
Monday, 5 June 191 6, Florence Mary, 
daughter of Charles Bristow of 
Wyndham Avenue, Margate, co. Kent. 
They have issue a daughter, Muriel 
Edna, born at The Cottage, Melville 
Avenue, Croydon, on Monday, 10 
September, baptised at St. Peter's, 
Croydon, 10 October 1917. 



HOWARD. Vol. 1, page 92.— Gwladys 
Julia, only daughter of Colonel Henry 
Richard Lloyd Howard, C.B., of Wygfair, 
St. Asaph, North Wales, of His 
Majesty's Bodyguard, and late of the 
1 6th Lancers, was married at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, on 
Thursday, 30 November 19 16, to Sir 
Lloyd Kenyon, Baron Kenyon of Gred- 
lington, co. Flint, and a Baronet, 
K.C.V.O., A.D.C. to H.M. the King; 
born at 40 Wilton Crescent, Belgrave 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 5 July 
1864 ; succeeded his grandfather as 
4th Baron 14 July 1869; K.C.V.O. 
9 July 1907. 

HOWARD. Vol. 1, page 187.— 

Dorothy Ann, youngest daughter of 
Colonel Frederick Compton Howard, 
Rifle Brigade, was married at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 20 June 
1916, to the Rev. Philip Charles 
Walker (only surviving son of Admiral 
Charles Francis Walker of The Hall, 
Beverley, co. York, by Edith Frances 
his wife, daughter of Admiral the Hon ble 
Arthur Duncombe) ; born 1 September 
1878 ; of Trinity College Oxford, 
matriculated 1898, B.A. 1901, M.A. 
1904 ; Rector of Lockington, co. York, 

1917- 
Page 188 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xli.) — William Gilbert Howard, 
Commander Royal Navy, and the 
Hon ble Agnes Caroline Sophia his wife, 
have issue a son, Frederick Henry 
Howard, born at Furze Hill House, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 25 
February 1915. 

HOWARD OF GLOSSOP. Vol i 2 , 

page 95. — Angela Mary Charlotte, 
Lady Herries, 2nd daughter of Edward 
George, Baron Howard of Glossop, and 
widow of Marmaduke Francis, Baron 
Herries, died at Everingham Park, co. 
York, on Wednesday, 21 February 1917. 

Alice Mary Elizabeth, Countess of 
Loudoun, 3rd daughter of Edward 
George, Baron Howard of Glossop, and 
wife of Charles Edward, Earl of 
Loudoun, died at Loudoun Castle, co. 
Ayr, on Monday, 10 May, and was 
buried there on Friday, 14 May 19 15. 

Page 96.— The Hon ble Bernard 
Edward Fitzalan - Howard, Captain 
Lovat's Scouts Yeomanry, married at St. 
Mary's, Carlton, co. York, on Saturday. 



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HOWARD OF GLOSSOP, continued. 
5 September 1914, Mona Josephine 
Tempest (Stapleton), Baroness Beau- 
mont, elder daughter of Miles, Baron 
Stapleton ; born at Broughton Hall, 
Skipton, co. York, on Wednesday, 
1 August 1894. They have issue a 
son, Miles Francis Fitzalan-Howard, 
born at 49 Eaton Place, London, on 
Wednesday, 21 July 1915, and a son 
born at 5 Eaton Gate, London, on 
Sunday, 22 October 1916. 

The Hon ble Philip Granville James 
Fitzalan - Howard, Lieutenant Welsh 
Guards, married at The Oratory, Bromp- 
ton, London, on Thursday, 3 August 
19 1 6, Gladys, daughter of Colonel 
Norton. 

HOWE. Vol. 1, page 288. — Eleanor Ann, 
younger daughter of Edward Russell 
James Howe, died, aged 89, at Fair 
Mount, Hollington Park, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 15 
March 19 16. 

HOWE. Vol. 18, page 133.— The Rev. 
Henry Nevile Sherbrooke died, aged 
70, at 15 The Paragon, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, on Monday, 2 October 
1916, and was buried at Oxton, co. 
Nottingham. 

Page 135. — Harry Walter Franklin 
died at 35 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, on Sunday, 14 March 

1915- 
Page 137. — Charles Ernest Basset 
Lothian Curzon, Lieutenant Royal 
Naval Reserve, married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, on 
Saturday, 13 January 1917, Geraldine 
Fosbery, daughter of Sir James Mills, 
K.C.M.G., of 60 Prince's Gate, Ken- 
sington, London, and of Dunedin, New 
Zealand. They have issue a daughter, 
Lorna Geraldine, born at 60 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, on Monday, 5 No- 
vember 191 7, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, London, 18 January 19 18. 

Page 138. — Augusta Latham, widow 
of Colonel the Hon ble Ernest George 
Curzon, died, aged 82, at High 
Wycombe, co. Buckingham, on Monday, 
24 December 191 7. 

Lieut. -Colonel FitzRoy Edmund 
Penn Curzon, 6th Service Battalion 
Royal Irish Regiment, was killed 
in action, aged 57, on Saturday, 9 
September 1916. 



HOWE, continued. 

Page 141. — William Montagu Curzon- 
Herrick of Beau Manor Park, co. 
Leicester, assumed the additional name 
and arms of Herrick, 30 November 
19 1 5, and married at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, on Thursday, 

27 July 19 1 6, Lady Maud Kathleen 
Caimes Plantagenet (Hastings), eldest 
daughter of Warner Francis John 
Plantagenet, Earl of Huntingdon ; born 

28 March 1893. 

HUNT. Vol. n, page 107. — Wright and 
Elise Philippa Salkeld Hunt have 
further issue a son, born at Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 September 
1916. 

Frederick John Hunt died at Culpho, 
co. Suffolk, on Sunday, 5 December, 
and was buried there on Thursday, 
9 December 1915. 

Page 109. — Winifred, 3rd daughter 
of Joseph Hunt, was married at St. 
Andrew's, Penrith, co. Cumberland, on 
Sunday, 9 July 1916, to Cecil Edward 
Dawson-Scott, 2nd Lieutenant North- 
umberland Fusiliers, son of General 
Robert Nicholl Dawson-Scott, R.E., of 
Brent House, Penrith. 

JACKSON. Vol. 11, page 141.— 
Frederic Howard Jackson, Captain 2nd 
Battalion Connaught Rangers, was 
killed, aged 31, in action on Thursday, 

29 October 19 14. 

JALLAND. Vol. 12, page 59. — Stephen 
Jalland, Lieutenant 6th Battalion East 
Yorkshire Regiment, was killed in action 
at Chocolate Hill, Gallipoli, on Monday, 
9 August 1915. 

Page 60. — Laura Elizabeth, wife of 
the Rev. Alfred Ernest Jalland, died, 
aged 62, at Winfarthing, co. Norfolk, 
on Friday, 18 May, and was buried at 
Horsell, co. Surrey, on Monday, 2 1 
May 1917. 

JAMES. Vol. 1, page 266. — John James 
married on Saturday, 15 January 1916, 
Dorothy Margaret Elsie, daughter of 
Arthur a Beckett Terrell of Ashmans- 
worth, co. Hants, and of 45 Nevern 
Square, Kensington, London. 

Page 267. — Major Edward Tite 
James, 1st Battalion South Lancashire 
Regiment, died, aged 35, at Edgeworth 
Manor, Cirencester, co. Gloucester, on 
Monday, 16 February 1903. 






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JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 53.— 
Hilda, youngest daughter of George 
Edwards Jeaffreson of Mort House, 
Framlingham, co. Suffolk, died 24 July 
1917. 

JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page xlii.) — 
Lancelot Ambrose Scudamore and 
Agnes Jermyn have issue a son, 
Peter Jermyn, born at Oxford 28 
March, baptised at St. Michael and 
All Angels', Summertown, Oxford, 
7 May 19 1 7. 

Page 173. — Ella Beatrice, eldest 
daughter of Willoughby Jermyn, was 
married at St. Aidan's, Berriga, New 
South Wales, 24 April 19 16, to Louis 
Uyvary of Sydney, New South Wales, 
elder son of Imre Uyvary of Highgate, 
co. Middlesex. 

JESSEL. Vol. 9, page 72. — Colonel 
Herbert Merton Jessel, M.P., was 
created a Baronet (Birthday Honours) 
3 June 1917. 

JODRELL. Vol. 1, page 33.— Sir John 
Henry Seale, 3rd Baronet, died, aged 
70, at Wonastow Court, Monmouth, on 
Wednesday, 29 July 19 14, and was 
buried at Wonastow. 

Page 34. — Eloise Frances Harriett, 
2nd Countess Napier of St. Vincent, 
widow of the Rev. Henry Jodrell, 
died, aged 97, at Merchistoun Hall, 
Horndean, co. Hants, on Friday, 20 
August 1915, and was buried at 
Gisleham, co. Suffolk. 

Page 34. — Heloise Napier, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Henry Jodrell, 
and widow of Colonel David John 
Dickson Safford, died in 1910. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 18.— The Rev. 
Henry Barham Johnson, who retired 
from Ashill Rectory in October 191 7, 
died, aged 69, at 32 The Close, 
Norwich, on Thursday, 27 December, 
191 7, and was buried at Old Catton, 
co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 1 January 
1918. 

Geoffrey Barham Johnson, Captain 
7th Battalion Norfolk Regiment, was 
killed in action in Flanders on Monday, 
22 November 1915. 

The Rev. Canon William Cowper 
Johnson, who retired from Yaxham 



JOHNSON, continued. 

Rectory in September 19 15, died, 
aged 71, at 6 Christ Church Road, 
Norwich, on Thursday, 6 April, 
and was buried at Yaxham 10 April 
1916. 

The Rev. Wilfrid Harry Cowper 
Johnson married at Rangoon Cathedral, 
Burma, 18 February 19 14, Ethel Mary, 
daughter of Charles Langdon of 
Ryde, Isle of Wight. They have 
issue two daughters, Catharine Mary, 
born at the Cathedral Parsonage, 
Rangoon, on Thursday, 7 September 
1 9 16, and a daughter, born at the 
same place on Friday, 21 December 
1917. 

William Austin Cowper Johnson of 
Nottingham, married at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 25 April 191 2, Gwynneth 
Emmeline, daughter of William Barclay 
De la Combe of Derby. 

Charles Bernard Cowper Johnson 
married at Hekpoort, Transvaal, South 
Africa, 26 March 19 13, to Winifred 
Mary, youngest daughter of Jeremiah 
Jennings. They had issue a son, John 
Bernard Cowper Johnson, born 14 
February 1914; and a daughter, Emily 
Cowper, born 21 May 1915, who died 
17 December 19 16, and was buried at 
Yaxham, Orange Free State, South 
Africa. 

JONES. Vol. 1, page 287.— Phyllis 
Quayle, only child of Brigadier-General 
Morey Quayle Jones, C.B., was married 
2iidly on Saturday, 29 May 1915, to 
John Henry Starkey, Captain The 
Rifle Brigade, only son of John 
Frederick Starkey of Bodicote House, 
Banbury, co. Oxford. 

JONES. Vol. 11, page 82.— Allix Doreen 
Inigo, 3rd daughter of Major-General 
Inigo Richmund Jones, C.V.O., was 
married at Cairo, Egypt, on Friday, 
6 August 1915, to James Pryce Lloyd 
Mostyn; born 17 February 1879; 2nd 
Lieutenant Norfolk Regiment 3 August 
1898, Lieutenant 23 October 1899, 
Captain 16 January 1906, Major 1 Sep- 
tember 1915 ; served at Nandi 1905 
-1906 (clasp), and in the European 
War 19 1 4. 

Page 83. — Henry Richmund Inigo 
Jones, Lieutenant Scots Guards, was 
killed in action, aged 22, in France in 
September 191 4. 



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JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 66 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 15, page xviii.) — Clement Davies 
and Elizabeth Middlemas Joslin have 
further issue a son, John Davies Clement 
Joslin, born at Shellmouth, Manitoba, 
Canada, 12 July 1915. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 55.— Tertius 
Joynson died at White Lodge, South- 
ampton, co. Hants, on Thursday, 
9 March 1916. 

Page 56. — Lawrence Bright Joynson, 
Lieutenant Warwickshire Regiment and 
Brigade Signalling Officer, married at 
St. Mary's, Warwick, on Monday, 24 
July 19 1 6, Ethel Vera, 2nd daughter 
of Lieut. -Colonel Roger Bullock, Royal 
Army Medical Corps. 

Francis Joynson died, aged 62, at 
Norton Hall, Worcester, on Tuesday, 
27 July, and was buried at Norton on 
Friday, 30 July 1915. 

JUBB. Vol. 2, page 79. — Cyril Oswald 
Denman-Jubb, Captain and Adjutant 
2nd Battalion The Duke of Wellington's 
Regiment, was killed, aged 38, in action 
near Mons, Belgium, on Tuesday, 25 
August 1 9 14, leaving a widow, Marjorie 
Denman Jubb. 

KENRICK. Vol. 5, page 126.— 
Etheldred, 4th daughter of Jaivis 
Kenrick of Pendell Court, Bletch- 
ingley, co. Surrey, was married at 
Bletchingley on Wednesday, 3 Novem- 
ber 1915, to the Rev. Percy Triquet 
Browning ; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 
1901, B.A. 1904, M.A. 1909; Chaplain 
to the Forces 191 5. 

KENRICK. Vol. 13, page 62.— 
Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of William 
Kenrick of Broome Park, co. Surrey, 
died, aged 98, at Warboro, Rusthall, 
co. Kent, on Saturday, 22 April 19 16. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 4.— 
Lieut.-Colonel Henry Horatio Kitchener 
married 2ndly at the British Legation, 
Berne, Switzerland, on Thursday, 10 
January 1867 \not 1866], Mary Emma, 
daughter of William Garner Green of 
Denmark Hill, co. Surrey. They had 
a daughter, Henrietta Letitia Emma 
Kawara, born at Warkonite, New 
Zealand, on Monday, 13 January 1868 
[not 1867]. She died, aged 84, at 
L'Ancien Presbytere, Dinan, France, 
on Friday, n January 1918. 



KITCHENER, continued. 

Page 4. — Francis Elliott Kitchener 
died, aged 77, at Oulton Old Hall, 
Stone, co. Stafford, on Tuesday, 6 July, 
and was buried at Oulton on Saturday, 
10 July 1915. M.I. in church, also 
Memorial Window in Big School, 
Newcastle-under-Lyme. 

Page 5. — Henry Franklin Chevallier 
(Kitchener) Viscount Broome, Com- 
mander Royal Navy, married at 
Ringwould, co. Kent, on Monday, n 
September 1916, Adela Evelyn, eldest 
daughter of John Henry Monins of 
Ringwould House, near Deal, co. 
Kent. 

Page 6. — Field-Marshal the Earl 
Kitchener, K.G., was drowned off the 
Orkneys in the sinking of H.M.S. 
cruiser " Hampshire," in which he was 
travelling to Russia on a special mission, 
on Tuesday, 6 June 1916. M.I. at 
Lakenheath, co. Suffolk, erected by the 
East Anglian Society. Will dated 2 
November 1914, proved in the Principal 
Registry 28 June 1916, by Arthur Henry 
Renshaw and the Rt. Hon ble Algernon 
Henry Mills. 

Page 7. — Henry Hamilton Kitchener, 
Captain Royal Engineers, and of the 
Royal Flying Corps, married at St. 
John's, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 8 July 191 6, Winifred Esther 
Everest, eldest daughter of the Hon ble 
A. W. Bluck, Assistant Judge at 
Bermuda. They have issue a daughter, 
born at 1 Audley House, Margaret 
Street, Marylebone, London, on Monday, 
3 December 191 7. 

Mary Edmee, 3rd daughter of 
Lieut.-General Sir Frederick Walter 
Kitchener, K.C.B., was married at St. 
John's, Chelsea, on Tuesday, 22 June 
1915, to Ronald J. W. Gervers. 

Philippa Chevallier, his youngest 
daughter, was married at The Oratory, 
Brompton, London, on Tuesday, 
15 May 19 1 7, to Terence Desmond 
Murray, Captain Leinster Regiment, 
eldest son of His Excellency John 
Hubert Plunkett Murray, C.M.G., 
Lieut.-Governor of Papua. 

KNAPTON. Vol. 4, page 16.— Captain 
Augustus Lempriere Knapton Knapton, 
R.N., and Gwendolyn his wife have 
further issue a son, Edric Guy Philip 
Bromfield Knapton, born 23 November 
1910, baptised at Boldre. co. Hants, 
8 January 191 1; and a daughter, 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



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KNAPTON, continued. 

Rosemary Helen Augustine, born at 
Rope Hill, Boldre, co. Hants, on 
Wednesday, 24 November 1915, 
baptised at Boldre 17 January 19 16. 

Odber Augustus Knapton, Lieutenant 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died, 
aged 20, of wounds received the same 
day at the battle of the Aisne, France, 
on Friday, 18 September 1914. 

LADDS. Vol. 17, page 77. — Isabella 
Evans, widow of Thomas Ladds, died, 
aged 86, at Ellington Cottage, Frant 
Road, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, on 
Friday, 26 January 19 17. 

LANDON. Vol. 11, page 123. — Major 
Charles Richard Henry Palmer Landon, 
Indian Cavalry, married at the Cathedral, 
Bombay, India, on Friday, 22 Decem- 
ber 1916, Catherine Bennett, eldest 
daughter of J. B. Spence of Burntwood, 
Lichfield, co. Stafford. 

Page 124. — Gladys Mary, 2nd 
daughter of Edward Palmer Landon, 
was married at Byfleet, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, 1 February 1915, to Harold 
Ernest Evans, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
only son of Harold Ernest Evans of 
Pyrford, co. Surrey. 

Arthur Jermyn Landon, Lieut. - 
Commander Royal Navy, married at 
Pyrford, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 26 
January 1915, Eily Emily, only daughter 
of Harold Heber Evans of Pyrford. 

Page 128. — Charlotte Elizabeth Bell, 
wife of Harcourt Palmer Landon, died, 
aged 59, at The Lodge, Shenfield, co. 
Essex, on Friday, 15 June 1917. 

John Robert Landon, Lieutenant 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 28, on Sunday, 
3 September 1 916. 

James Munro Palmer Landon married 
at Penang, Straits Settlements, on 
Friday, 5 March 191 5, Penelope Minna, 
daughter of H. G. M. Conybeare, of 
Delmore, Ingatestone, co. Essex. They 
have issue a son, born at Kwala Lumpor, 
Malay Peninsula, on Tuesday, 14 
December 19 15. 

LAW. Vol. 7, page 62 {and Addenda, 
Vol. ij, page xvi.)— Major Walter 
Henry Patrick and Dorothy Law have 
further issue a daughter, Doreen, born 
at Northgate House, Warwick, on 
Saturday, 1 May 1915, baptised at St. 
Mary's, Warwick, 6 June 191 5. 



LAWSON. Vol. 9, page 148.— Francis 
William Joseph MacDonnell died on 
active service at Malta 4 December 
J 9 l 5- 

LEES. Vol. 4, page 153. — John Edward 
Lees died, aged 66, at Fanans, Tay- 
nuilt, co. Argyle, on Thursday, 21 
September, and was buried at Alderley 
Edge, co. Chester, on Tuesday, 26 
September 1916. 

Page 154. — Jasper Lees, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4th Battalion Highland Light 
Infantry, was drowned at sea on the 
sinking of the " Falaba," aged 24, on 
Sunday, 28 March 1915. 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 156 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xviii.) — The 
Hon ble Richard and Doreen Coke have 
further issue a daughter, Horsey, born 
at 15 Tedworth Square, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 20 March 

1915- 
Page 157. — The Hon ble Henry John 

Coke died, aged 89, at 64 Victoria 

Street, Westminster, on Sunday, 1 2 

November, and was buried at Longford, 

co. Derby, on Friday, 17 November 1916. 

Page 157 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xvi.) — Thomas William, Viscount 
Coke, Captain Scots Guards, and Marion 
Gertrude his wife have further issue a 
son, David Arthur Coke, born at 
4 Devonshire Street, Marylebone, 
London, on Saturday, 4 December 
191 5, baptised in 19 16 at the Guards' 
Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London, 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales stood 
sponsor. 

Page 157. — The Hon b,e Arthur 
George Coke, Lieutenant 2nd County of 
London Yeomanry, attached Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, was killed in 
action, aged 33, in the Dardanelles, 
21 May 1915. 

Lady Alexandra Marie Bridget 
(Coke), younger daughter of Thomas 
William, Earl of Leicester, G.C.V.O., 
C.M.G., was married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Tuesday, 
7 July 19 1 7, to David Lyulph Gore 
Wolseley Ogilvy, Earl of Airlie. 

LEIGH. Vol. 16, page 80.— Charlotte 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert 
Leigh, died, aged 85, at Brook House, 
Axmouth, co. Devon, on Saturday, 
12 June 1915. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



LEVESON-GOWER. Addenda, Vol. 4, 
page iv. — Ronald Charles Granville 
Gresham Leveson Gower (2nd son of 
Granville Charles Gresham Leveson 
Gower, see Vol. 1, page 22), died, aged 
21, from wounds received in action on 
Wednesday, 1 August 1917, and was 
buried in Dozingham Military Cemetery, 
Proven, near Poperinghe, Flanders. 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 4 °-— 
Ernest Alfred Stuart Lillingston died, 
aged 48, at Santa Monica, California, 
18 July 19 1 7. 

The Rev. Cecil George Campbell 
Lillingston died, aged 43, 2 February, 
and was buried at Shirehampton, co. 
Gloucester, 5 February 191 5. 

Addenda, Vol. n, page xiii. — 
Jessie Mary Grey, eldest daughter of 
Charles Alfred Gordon Lillingston (see 
page Jj), was married at Sydney, 
New South Wales, on Thursday, 10 
February 1916, to Kenneth Whistler 
Street, Barrister-at-Law, eldest son of 
the Hon ble Justice Street, Judge of the 
Supreme Court of New South Wales. 

LINDSAY. Vol. 4, page 105 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxx.) — Major 
Francis Howard Lindsay, London 
Scottish Regiment, and Helen Margaret 
his wife, have further issue a daughter, 
Katherine Frances, born at 7 Emperor's 
Gate, South Kensington, London, on 
Sunday, 26 December 1915, baptised 
at St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road, 
South Kensington, 23 January 1916. 
Major Lindsay was killed in action near 
Gommecourt 1 July 1916. 

Page 106. — Violet Harriet Isabel, 
younger daughter of Alfred Lindsay, 
was married at St. Martin's-in-the- Fields, 
London, on Wednesday, 1 1 August 
19 1 5, to Arnold Churchill, 3rd son of 
the Rev. William Henry Churchill of 
Stone House, Broadstairs, co. Kent. 

LITTLE. Vol. 5, page 85.— Arthur 
William Palling Caruthers-Little, Cap- 
tain Dorset Regiment, married at Holy 
Trinity, Dorchester, on Wednesday, 19 
May 191 5, Olive Murray Lannoy 
(youngest daughter of Colonel John 
Lannoy Tweedie, D.S.O., of Calder, 
Dorchester), and was killed in action, 
aged 30, in the attack on the Dardanelles 
7-11 August 1915. 

Page 86. — The Rev. Thomas Gurney 
Little died at the Vicarage, Hutton 
Buscel, co. York, 31 July 1917. 



LITTLE, continued. 

Page 89. — Katharine, wife of Frederick 
Arthur Little, died, aged 56, at Atcombe 
Court, Woodchester, co. Gloucester, on 
Saturday, 1 September, and was buried 
at Pitchcombe, co. Gloucester, on 
Wednesday, 5 September 191 7. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. r, page 238.— 
Mary Dorothy, elder daughter of 
Captain Henry William Assheton 
Littledale, R.N., was married at St. 
Peter's Cranley Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, London, on Wednesday, 9 May 
19 1 7, to Major Harry Cecil Dolphin, 
Army Ordnance Department (eldest son 
of Lieut. -Colonel Harry Edmund 
Dolphin, R.A., of Oak Lodge, Guild- 
ford, co. Surrey) ; horn at Dover, 
co. Kent, on Monday, 21 August 
1876. 

Addenda, Vol. j, page vi. — Robert 
Littledale, Captain Northamptonshire 
Regiment (only son of Colonel Ralph 
Pudsay Littledale, R. E., see page 2jg), 
was killed in action, aged 22, on 
Friday, 30 November 191 7. 

Page 240. — Harold Dawson Little- 
dale died, aged 67, at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, 11 November 
1916. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. 13, page 53.— 
Colonel Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, 
C.B., died, aged 73, at Llannerch 
Park, St. Asaph, co. Flint, on Friday, 
28 January, and was buried at Healey, 
co. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 1 February 
19 1 6 (see Pedigree of Royds, Vol. j, 
page 14). 

LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6, page 154 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxi.) — William 
Herbert Clydwyn Llewellyn, South 
Wales Borderers, and Dorothy Louisa 
his wife, have issue a son, Glyn Herbert 
Llewellyn, born at Court Colman, 
Bridgend, co. Glamorgan, on Friday, 28 
July, baptised at All Saints', Penyfai, 
co. Glamorgan, 16 September 191 6. 

Page 154 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxiv.) — Griffith Robert Poyntz and 
Emily Constance Llewellyn have further 
issue two daughters, Hermione, born at 
Postlip, co. Gloucester, 13 November, 
baptised at Winchcombe, co. Gloucester, 

10 December 1913, and Cynthia, born 
at Baglan Cottage, co. Glamorgan, on 
Friday, 20 October, baptised at Baglan 

1 1 December 1916. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



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LLOYD. Vol. 10, page 99. — Rosa- 
mund Angharad Kathleen, 4th daughter 
of Llewellyn Lloyd, was married at 
Kirby-le Soken, co. Essex, on Wednes- 
day, 28 November 1917, to Wynnard 
Anthony, Captain Royal Flying Corps, 
only child of Alfred Anthony of 
Colchester, co. Essex. 

David Rhys Cadwgan Lloyd, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Flying Corps and Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment, was killed 
in action, aged 20, on Saturday, 16 June 
1917. 

LOCKET. Vol. 8, page 20. — Lilias, 
3rd daughter of George Cooper Locket, 
J. P., was married at Edenbridge, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 2 February 19 15, 
to the Rev. Henry Ouseley Edwards, 
Vicar of Edenbridge. 

George Eimer Locket, 2nd Lieutenant 
i st Battalion Suffolk Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 24, at St. Eloi, 
Flanders, on Monday, 28 June 1915. 

Page 21. — Lionel Gardner Locket, 
Captain 4th Battalion Royal West Kent 
Regiment, married at Mussoorie, India, 
25 September 1917, Moira, 4th daughter 
of Michael Molony of The Priory 
House, Dungarvan, co. Waterford. 

Lesbia Lesley, youngest daughter of 
George Cooper Locket, J. P., was 
married at Edenbridge, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 13 October 191 7, to John 
Mortimer Scott, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
only child of John Mortimer Scott, 
Captain Royal Army Medical Corps. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109. — Vivian 
Noverre Lockett, Captain 17th Lancers, 
married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Monday, 1 November 
19 1 5, Violet Rees, elder daughter of 
Russell James Colman of Crown Point, 
Norwich, J.P., by Edith Margaret his 
wife, 3rd daughter of Richard Davies 
of Treborth, co. Carnarvon, Lord 
Lieutenant of Anglesey ; born at Bracon- 
dale Woods, Norwich, on Saturday, 7 
June, baptised at Princes' Street Con- 
gregational Chapel, Norwich, 28 July 
1890 (see Pedigree of Co/man, Vol. 8, 
page 143). 

Cashie Jeannetta, daughter of Charles 
Harrison Lockett, and wife of Surgeon- 
Captain Evelyn John Hansler Lux- 
moore (see Addenda, Vol. 18, page xlvi.) 
died 15 December, and was buried at 
St. Mary's, Eastham, co. Chester, 17 
December 19 14. 



LOCKETT, continued. 

Page 1 10. — Edward Albert Houghton 
died 9 October, and was buried at 
Eccleston. 

Page no (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xx.) — John and Grimanesa Lockett 
have further issue a son, John Paterson 
Lockett, born at 41 Campden Hill Road, 
Kensington, London, in September 
1 914, baptised at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 9 January 1915. 

Page in. — William Jeffery Lockett 
died, aged 67, at Grassendale House, 
co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 1 8 February, 
and was buried in Srnithdown Road 
Cemetery, Liverpool, 20 February 1915. 

Page 112. — Beatrice Augusta, wife of 
Garstang Bradstock Lockett, died at 
Barnston Towers, Heswall, co. Chester, 
on Saturday, 29 May, and was buried 
at Heswall 1 June 191 5. 

LOCOCK. Vol. 9, page 156. — Annie 
Mary, wife of Sidney Charles Napier 
Locock, died in London on Good 
Friday, 21 April, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Thursday, 27 April 1916. 

LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 70.— 
Thomas and Sarah Longstaff were 
married at Bishop Wearmouth, co. 
Durham, 26 June 1798. 

Page 7 1 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xlvi.) — Tom George Longstaff, M.D., 
Captain 1st City of London Royal Gar- 
rison Artillery (Volunteers), attached to 
the General Staff, Simla, and Dora 
Mary Hamilton his wife have further 
issue a daughter, Ursula Longstaff, 
born at Ridgelands, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 6 March 19 16, 
baptised at Sway, co. Hants. 

Page 72 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xlvi.) — Major Ralph Longstaff, 
R.F.A., and Edytha Margaret his 
wife, have further issue a son, Ralph 
Michael Longstaff, born at Ellerslie 
Lane, Bexhill, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 
20 March 1915. 

Addenda, Vol. 17, page xxv. — Arthur 
Felix Wedgwood (husband of Katharine 
Longstaff, see page 72), Captain 5th 
Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment 
(wounded at Ypres, in 1915), was killed 
in action, aged 39, on the Somme, 
France, while leading his men, on 
Wednesday, 14 March 1917. 

Page 72. — Gilbert Conrad Longstaff, 
Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer 



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LONGSTAFF, continued. 

Reserve, married at Wellington, co. 
Somerset, 14 August 191 5, Mary 
Mercedes Scott {nee Sawyer). 

LUKIN. Vol. 3, page 47.— The Rev. 
James Lukin died, aged 89, at Felbrigge 
Lodge, Romsey, co. Hants, on Saturday, 
6 January, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Romsey on Wednesday, 
10 January 1917. 

LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 39.— Major-General 
William Windham Augustus Lukin died 
at The Priory, Monk Sherborne, co. 
Hants, on Wednesday, 25 November, 
and was buried at Monk Sherborne on 
Saturday, 28 November 19 14. 

LYSTER. Vol. 4, page 124.— Major 
Charles Bybie Lyster, late East Kent 
Regiment (The Buffs), formerly of the 
2nd West India Regiment, died, aged 
63, at West Malvern, co. Worcester, on 
Wednesday, 7 July 1915. 

Lumley Fitzgerald Lyster, Lieutenant 
Army Ordnance Department, married at 
St. Hildeburgh's, Hoylake, co. Chester, 
on Tuesday, 11 December 1917, Gladys 
Faith Friend, elder daughter of Harold 
Stanley Forwood of Hoylake {see Pedigree 
of Fonvood, Vol. ij, page p2.) 

Page 125. — Lucy Mary, wife of 
Arthur Edward Lyster, M.D., died at 
Great Baddow, co. Essex, the result 
of a motor accident, on Thursday, 2 
August, and was buried there on 
Monday, 6 August 1917. 

Arthur Lumley St. George Lyster, 
Lieutenant-Commander Royal Navy, 
married in Italy on Saturday, 18 
November 1916, Daisy Agnes, daughter 
of Tankerville Chamberlayne. They 
have issue a daughter, Evelyn Mary 
St. George, born at Southsea, co. Hants, 
on Tuesday, 20 November 191 7. 

Ronald Guy Lyster, Surgeon Royal 
Navy, married at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, Smithfield, London, on Saturday, 
28 July 191 7, Ada Erica, elder daughter 
of John Neal of 22 Highbury Quadrant, 
Islington, London. 

LYTE. Vol. 5, page 155 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page xx.) — Walter Maxwell 
and Verona Cecil Lyte have issue a 
daughter, born at 18 Elm Park Gardens, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 30 July 191 1, and 
a son, born at 18 Elm Park Gardens, 
Chelsea, on Friday, 12 September 191 3. 



MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 91.— 
Susanna Ellen, widow of George House- 
man Macnamara, died, aged 60, at 28 
Milton Avenue, Bath, co. Somerset, on 
Sunday, 25 April 1915. 

MADAN. Page 35 of present volume. — 
Arthur Cornwallis Madan died, aged 72, 
at Stourton, co. Wilts, on Saturday, 
1 1 August 1917. 

George Nigel Madan died, aged 29, 
on Thursday, 7 June 19 17. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 32.— Celia, 
widow of Charles Rokeby Scott 
Maddock, died, aged 82, at Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia, on 
Wednesday, 19 May 1915. 

MAITLAND. Vol. 3, page 31.— John 
Pelham Maitland of Brighton, co. 
Sussex, married at St. Martin's, 
Brighton, on Tuesday, 8 May 191 7, 
Evelyn Mary, daughter of William 
Henry and Caroline Bennett of 
Prestonville, Brighton. 

MANT. Vol. 1, page 194. — Charles 
Edward Mant married at Storrington, 
co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 2 February 
19 1 5, Ethel, only daughter of Fritz 
Henry and Eliza Harriett Heuland. 

Addenda, Vol. 4, page iv. — George 
Arthur Mant, temporary Captain 7th 
(Garrison) Battalion Suffolk Regiment, 
(son of Arthur French Mant, see 
page 194), married at Christ Church, 
Woking, co. Surrey, 3 January 19 18, 
Elsie Muriel, younger daughter of 
William Glark, Solicitor, by Ada Jane 
his wife. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 29.— Major 
James Henry Hathersall Landon died 
at Creaton House, co. Northampton, 
on Sunday, 3 January, and was buried at 
Creaton on Wednesday, 6 January 191 5 
{see Pedigree of Landon, page jy of 
present volume). 

Page 30. — Edith, widow of Henry 
Philip Markham, died at Sedgebrooke, 
Northampton, on Monday, 27 Decem- 
ber, and was buried at Pitsford, co. 
Northampton, 31 December 191 5. 

Page 32. — Sir Arthur Basil Markham, 
Baronet, M.P., died, aged 50, at New- 
stead Abbey, Mansfield, co. Nottingham, 
on Thursday, 3 August, and was buried on 
the family estate at Tapton, co. Derby, 
on Tuesday, 8 August 1916. Will, 
dated 2 September 191 2, was proved 
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MARKHAM, continued. 

Charles Paxton Markham, brother, 
William Barratt Montfort Bird and 
William Humble. 

Page 32. — Violet Rosa, younger 
daughter of Charles Markham, was 
married at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
on Thursday, n February 1915, to 
Major James Carruthers, M.V.O., 
D.S.O., Royal Field Artillery. 

MARRIOTT. Vol. 10, page to 3 .— 
Frederick Ernest Marriott, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 7th Battalion Rifle Brigade, was 
killed in action, aged 22, at Hooge, 
Flanders, on Friday, 30 July 1915. 

Page 104. — Hugh Digby Marriott, 
2nd Lieutenant 8th Battalion Rifle 
Brigade, was killed in action, aged 20, 
in Flanders on Saturday, 9 October 
19*5- 

MARSHALL. Vol. 4, page 119.— Mark 
Bell Bell-Marshall died 5 May 19 14. 

Mark Henry Marshall, Captain Army 
Service Corps, married 8 June 19 10, 
Ethel, eldest daughter of J. Watson 
Kaye of Cote Wall, Mirfield, co. 
York. They have issue a daughter, 
born at Heathfield, near Brimscombe, 
co. Gloucester, on Sunday, 13 September 
1914. 

Florence Gladys, only daughter of 
Mark Bell Bell-Marshall, was married 
10 January 191 3, to Wilfrid Morton 
Ball, 2nd son of A. J. Morton Ball of 
Stroud, co. Gloucester. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 15, page 98.— 
Katharine Agnes, Sister of the Com- 
munity of St. Mary-the-Virgin, Wantage, 
co. Berks, 3rd daughter of Edward 
Henry Marshall, died, aged 33, at 
Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, in 
August 1914. 

Page 98 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxxii.) — Edward Ralph Marshall, 
2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion Cold- 
stream Guards, and Margaret Ursula 
his wife, have further issue a son, 
John Marshall, born at Rugby, co. 
Warwick, on Saturday, 2 7 May, baptised 
at the parish church, Rugby, 8 July 
1 916. 

Page 99. — Jenner Stephen Chance 
Marshall, 2nd Lieutenant 52nd Oxford- 
shire and Buckinghamshire Light 
Infantry, died, aged 19, 23 October 
19 14, from wounds received two days 
before at Langemarke. 



MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 61.— Edward 
Dimmack Marten, M.A., died at Lam- 
berhurst, Paragon Buildings, Cheltenham, 
co. Gloucester, on Saturday, 12 May 
1917. 

Page 64. — Henry Humphrey Marten, 
Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Manchester 
Regiment, was killed in action, aged 
2i, in France, on Friday, 13 August 
!9i5- 

M ASKEW. Vol. 18, page 84.— Jane, 
widow of the Rev. Thomas Ratsey 
Maskew, died, aged 84, at Swanage, 
co. Dorset, on Sunday, 5 August 1917, 
and was buried in the cemetery there. 

Page 85. — The Rev. Henry Edward 
Maskew died, aged 90, at the Home of 
Compassion, Thames Ditton, co. Surrey, 
on Monday, 25 January 1915. 

MASON. Vol. 15, page 132.— Laetitia 
Maria, widow of George Calver Mason, 
died at Trevose, Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 
10 March, and was buried at Belstead, 
co. Suffolk, 15 March 1917. 

Page 134 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xlviii.) — Oswald Hugh and Olive 
Jane Mason have further issue a 
daughter, Audrey Jean, born at Shrub- 
land, Northwood, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 4 April 1915. 

Page 135. — Malcolm Forty and 
Winifred Mason of The Poplars, 
Copdock, co. Suffolk, have further issue 
a son, Richard Desborough Malcolm 
Mason, born 15 May 1914, and a 
daughter, Diedre Katharine, born 6 
September 1916. 

Theodore Septimus Mason of Har- 
rington, Ceylon, married at Kirby-le- 
Soken, co. Essex, 3 April 191 1, Violet, 
daughter of Howard Goodhart. 

Page 135 (and Addetida, Vol. 18, 
page xlviii.) — Wilfrid Howard Mason, 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers, and 
Gladys his wife, had issue a son, 
Dennis Howard Mason, born 7 February 
1 916, at Bracknell, co. Berks, bap- 
tised at Deganway, co. Carnarvon, in 
March 191 7. Wilfrid Howard Mason 
was killed in crossing the Dialah River, 
Mesopotamia, 9 March 19 17. 

Kenneth Ralph Mason, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment, 
was killed in action at St. Vaast Poste, 
Richebourg, France, on Monday, 21 
June 1915. 

Page 136. — Stewart Southam Mason 
married at Emmanuel Church, Boston, 



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MASON, continued. 

U.S.A., on Wednesday, 21 April 1915, 
Leslie Hawthorne, elder daughter of 
William Lindsey of Boston. They were 
both lost in the " Lusitania " (torpedoed 
by a German submarine) off the Old 
Head of Kinsale, Ireland, on Friday, 
7 May 191 5. 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 141.— The Rev. 
Gilbert Coventry Master died, aged 76, 
at Dorchester, co. Dorset, on Monday, 
16 August, and was buried at Bourne- 
mouth, co. Hants, 19 August 1915. 

Page 143. — George Gilbert Onslow 
Master, Lieutenant Gloucestershire 
Regiment, was killed in action on 
Tuesday, 25 July 1916. 

Page 144. — The Rev. Alfred Master- 
Whitaker, died, aged 80, at Old 
Colwyn, North Wales, 17 August 191 5. 

Harold Onslow Master, Lieutenant 
Royal Naval Reserve, was killed in 
action in the North Sea battle off 
Jutland, on H.M.S. " Indefatigable," 
on Wednesday, 31 May 19 16. 

Emily, 3rd daughter of the Ven ble 
Robert Mosley Master, Archdeacon of 
Manchester, died, aged 77, at Ashcroft, 
Chatburn, co. Lancaster, on Wednesday, 
28 April, and was buried at Chatburn 
1 May 1915. 

MASTER. Vol. 13, page 83.— Herbert 
Francis Hoskins Master, Major Queen's 
Royal West Surrey Regiment, married 
9 October 1913, Anna Dorothy, only 
daughter of Cecil White Heseltine 
Jones of Bermuda and of Yonkers, 
New York, U.S.A. They have issue 
a daughter, Nona Katharine, bom 
at Pretoria, South Africa, 26 July 
1914. 

MATHER. Vol. 4, page 34 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page xxvi.) — The 
Rev. Edward Leigh and Sophia Gladys 
Mather have further issue a daughter, 
Helen Rose, born at the Rectory, 
Halsall, co. Lancaster, on Friday, 30 
April, baptised at Halsall 2 June 

1915- 
Page 34. — Alfred Lushington Mather, 

2nd Lieutenant York and Lancaster 

Regiment, was killed in action at 

Ypres, Flanders, on Sunday, 7 January 

1917. 

Page 35. — Clara, 5th daughter of 

John Philips Mather, died, aged 83, 

at Markfield, Bootle, co. Lancaster, 



MATHER, continued. 

on Wednesday, 18 October, and was 
buried at Kirk by, co. Lancaster, on 
Saturday, 21 October 1916. 

Page 35. — John Wilfrid Mather, 
Captain 6th Loyal North Lancashire 
Regiment, was killed in action, aged 42, 
in the attack on the Dardanelles on 
Tuesday, 10 August 1915. 

Page 36 (and Addenda, Vol. Q, 
page ix.) — The Rev. Walter Stanley 
Mather, Vicar of Christ Church, 
Bootle, co. Lancaster, and Grace 
Theodora his wife, have further issue 
a daughter, Sylvia Frances, born at 
the Vicarage, Scarisbrick, on Sunday, 
31 December 19 16, baptised at 
Scarisbrick. 

Page 37. — Norman Mather, 2nd 
Lieutenant Liverpool Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 39, at Guille- 
mont, Fiance, on Wednesday, 9 August 
1 9 16. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 87 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 10, page xiii.) — Alfred Shaw and 
the Hon ble Dora Marion Mellor have 
further issue a daughter, Anne Margery 
Shaw, born at 14 Westbourne Street, 
Hyde Park, London, on Sunday, 3 
March, baptised at Cranleigh, co. 
Surrey, 13 April 1912. 

Page 87 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xlix.) — John Francis Shaw Mellor, 
Captain Army Service Corps, and 
Winifred Katharine Alice his wife, 
have issue two sons, James Morant 
Mellor, born at The Cottage, Brods- 
worth, co. York, 22 September 191 2, 
and Stephen Morant Mellor, born 
at the Old Vicarage, Over Peover, 
co. Chester, on Thursday, 12 October 
1916. 

Page 88. — Philip Horace Leyland 
Mellor, Captain 15th Battalion (The 
Prince of Wales's Own) West York- 
shire Regiment, married at the parish 
church, Stoke Newington, co. Middle- 
sex, 15 December 19 10, Elsie Marsden, 
daughter of John Thackrey of Burley- 
in-Wharfdale, co. York. They have 
issue a daughter, Stefanie Marsden 
Leyland, born at Meriden, Leeds, 
1 August, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Bournemouth, 5 October 1912; and 
a son, Gerald Philip Mellor, born 
at Seebpore Lodge, West Park, Leeds, 
on Saturday, 28 August, baptised 
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MIDDLETON. Vol. 9) page 130.— 
Emma, 2nd daughter of Henry 
Willoughby, and widow of the Rev. 
Richard Beverley Machel,died, aged 91, 
at 13 St. Mary's, York, on Thursday, 
10 June 1915. 

Page 130. — Henry Ernest Digby 
Hugh Willoughby, Commander Royal 
Navy, was killed in the North Sea battle 
off Jutland, on H.M.S. "Indefatigable," 
on Wednesday, 31 May 19 16. 

Page 131. — George Francis Godfrey 
Willoughby, Captain 9th Battalion Rifle 
Brigade, was killed in action, aged 24, 
in Flanders, on Monday, 9 August 

1915- 
Page 132. — Hilda St. Maur, younger 
daughter of Cecil Edward Willoughby, 
was married, 12 November 1913, to 
George Albert Jessop Cantrell - 
Hubbersty (2nd son of Colonel Albert 
Cantrell Cantrell-Hubbersty of Ragdale 
Hall and Ratcliffe Hall, co. Leicester, 
by Martha Lydia his wife, 2nd 
daughter of William Jessop of Butterley 
Hall, co. Derby) ; born at The Ford, 
Alfreton, co. Derby, on Thursday, 19 
January 1882 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1900, B.A. 1903 ; Captain (South 
Nottinghamshire Hussars) Imperial 
Yeomanry 20 May 1912. 

Page T 33 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page I.) — Archibald Macdonald Wil- 
loughby, Lieut.- Commander Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, and Mabel 
Doris his wife have issue two daughters, 
Doris Barbara, born 2 June 1913; 
and Pamela Mary Norton, born at 
Beltwood, Rickmansworth, co. Hertford, 
ii November 19 16. 

Page 134. — The Rev. Nesbit Edward 
Willoughby, Vicar of Bickington, co. 
Devon, and Marjorie Helen his wife 
have further issue three sons, Lawrence 
Willoughby, born 5 May 1908; Anthoney 
Willoughby, born 28 February 191 1; 
and Bernard Willoughby, born 7 May 
1914. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97.— The 
Hon ble George St. John Brodrick, M.C., 
and Croix de Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honour, Captain Surrey Yeomanry, 
A.D.C. to General Officer Commanding 
Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, 
married at St. Bartholomew-the-Great, 
Smithfield, London, on Saturday, 23 
June 191 7, Margaret, daughter of John 
Rush of Cromer, co. Norfolk. 



MIDLETON, continued. 

Page 99.— The Hon ble Laurence Alan 
Brodrick died, aged 50, at 7 Cadogan 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 30 March, and was buried at 
Coed Coch, Abergele, North Wales, on 
Saturday, 3 April 1915. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 3, page 39.— The 
Hon ble Cordelia Twysden, 3rd daughter 
of Walter Hele Molesworth, and widow 
of Lieut.-Colonel the Hon ble Edward 
Henry Legge, died, aged 60, at 73 
Frances Road, Windsor, co. Berks, on 
Friday, 19 March, and was buried at 
Holmwood, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
23 March 19 15. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN.— 

Vol. 4, page 2. — Jane Emily, widow of 
Colonel St. Aubyn Molesworth, died at 
Tredourva, Falmouth, co. Cornwall, on 
Tuesday, 27 June 1916. 

Page 3. — Major Edward Algernon 
Molesworth, D.S.O., Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers, married at Rathmichael, co. 
Dublin, on Wednesday, 9 August 1916, 
Ruth, 3rd daughter of Leslie Creery of 
Lisnaburg, Shankhill, co. Dublin. 

MONCK. Vol. 2, page 138.— John 
Bligh Monck died, aged 61, at South- 
combe, Paignton, co. Devon, on 
Monday, 5 March, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Paignton on Friday, 
9 March 191 7. 

MOOR. Vol. 17, page 106. — Christopher 
Moor, 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion 
The Hampshire Regiment, was killed, 
aged 23, on the slopes of Achi Baba, 
Gallipoli, on Friday, 6 August 1915. 

MORRICE. Vol. 14, page 56.— Frederick 
Lancelot Hamilton Morrice died in 
Italy on Sunday, 3 October 1915, and 
was cremated at Turin, Italy. Will 
dated 5 July 1915, proved in the 
Principal Registry 24 December 191 5, 
by Charles Marston Rose. 

MORRIS. Vol. 8, page 135. — Henry 
Gage Morris, junior, 2nd Lieutenant 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, was 
killed in action, aged 1 7, near Ypres, on 
Tuesday, 27 April 19 15. 

MURRAY- AYNSLEY. Vol. 7, page 
79. — Charles Percy Murray - Aynsley 
married 5 October 191 1, Ina Winifred 
Prins. 



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MURRAY -AYNSLEY, continued. 

Agnes Athole, eldest daughter of 
Hugh Percy Murray Murray-Aynsley, 
died unmarried in December 1901. 

Archibald Cruger Murray-Aynsley, 
who married, 24 April 1901, Blanche, 
youngest daughter of William Gerard, 
died s.p. in October 1903. 

Helen Elizabeth, youngest daughter 
of Hugh Percy Murray Murray-Aynsley, 
was married, 26 March 1913, to 
Beauchamp Lassiter Lene. 

MYTTON. Vol 17, page 113.— Richard 
Devereux Hugh Mytton, Lieutenant 
London Regiment, was killed in action, 
aged 34, in France on Tuesday, 3 
October 19 16. 

Dorothy Wynn, elder daughter of 
Devereux Herbert Mytton, was married 
at Guilsfield, co. Montgomery, on 
Thursday, 9 August 1906, to William 
Charles Mence of Perranporth, co. 
Cornwall, elder son of William Cookes 
Mence of Worcester Lodge, Surbiton, 
co. Surrey. 

NELSON. Vol. 13, page 191. — The 
Rev. the Hon ble John Horatio Nelson 
died, aged 92, at Lord's Oak, Landford, 
co. Wilts, on Friday, 28 September 
191 7, and was buried at Shaw, co. 
Berks. 

Page 193. — Rear- Admiral the Hon ble 
Maurice Horatio Nelson died, aged 
82, at Alverstoke, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 7 September 19 14, and was 
buried in the churchyard at St. Mark's, 
Alverstoke. Will dated 26 April 1901, 
proved by Commander Maurice Henry 
Horatio Nelson, R.N., and the Rev. 
Edward John Nelson, the sons. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 58 — 
Richard Francis Newdigate, Captain 
the Border Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 2 2, on Monday, 4 September 
1916. 

NEWMAN. Vol. 16, page 176.— 
Frances Mary, only daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Ernest Newman, was 
married at St. Andrew's, Droitwich, co. 
Worcester, on Thursday, 12 August 
1915, to Henry William Apperley of 
Malvern, co. Worcester, only son of 
Henry Gwillim Apperley of Hereford. 

John Burton Newman, married at 
Chigwell, co. Essex, on Thursday, 30 



NEWMAN, continued. 

July 1914, Norah Hallings, daughter of 
Percy Batt Mills of Wiveliscombe, co. 
Somerset. 

NICHOLLS. Vol. 2, page 51 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxv.) — Henry 
Lewin Faulconer Nicholls, Captain 
Northumberland Fusiliers, and Edith 
Violet his wife, have issue a daughter, 
born 23 November 1910. He was killed 
in action at Ypres, Flanders, 25 February 
'9!5- 

NORBURY. Vol. n, page 175 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxv.) — Paul 
FitzGerald and Dorothy Norah Norbury 
have issue a daughter, born at Bridge 
House, Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, 
on Sunday, 12 June 19 10. 

Page 175. — Francis Campbell Nor- 
bury, Captain 1st Battalion King's 
Royal Rifles, was killed in action, near 
Belhune, France, on Friday, 8 January 

i9'5- 

Page 176 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xxxv.) — Brewster and Mabel Nor- 
bury have further issue a daughter, 
born at Wilmcote Hill, near Stratford- 
on-Avon, on Wednesday, 24 July 
1912. 

NORFOLK. Vol. 12, page 30.— The 
Duke and Duchess of Norfolk had 
further issue a daughter, Winefride 
Alice, born at Arundel Castle, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, 31 October, bap- 
tised in the private chapel of Arundel 
Castle, on Tuesday, 3 November 19 14. 

The Duke of Norfolk died, aged 69, 
at Norfolk House, St. James' Square, 
London, on Sunday, 1 1 February, and 
was buried in the Fitzalan Chapel, 
Arundel, on Thursday, 15 February 
1917. Will, with eight codicils, dated 
15 February 1904, proved in the Principal 
Registry in May 191 7, by the Duchess 
of Norfolk, the relict. 

Page 33. — Major-General Lord Ralph 
Drury Kerr, K.C.B., died at Woodburn, 
Dalkeith, co. Edinburgh, on Monday, 
18 September, and was buried at 
Eskbank, co. Midlothian, on Thursday, 
21 September 1916. 

NORRIS. Vol. 6, page 112.— William 
Forbes Norris, Lieutenant 5 th Battalion 
Norfolk Regiment (Territorial Force), 
was killed in action in Gallipoli, on 
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NORRIS. Vol. 17, page 103. — Margaret, 
7th daughter of Stephen Clark Norris, 
died, aged 70, at Wythegate, Staines, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 20 May, and 
was huried in Highgate Cemetery 25 
May 1915. 

OLIVER. Vol. 1, page 83.— Robert 
Henry Weldon Oliver died at Welling- 
ton, New Zealand, on Monday, 2 r June 

'915- 
Page 84. — Amy, 6th daughter of the 
Rev. William Macjanlay Oliver, and 
widow of Major General Henry Luke 
Le Poer Trench, died at Biarritz, 
France, on Tuesday, 17 October 19 16. 

OLIVER. Vol. 2, page 145. — Hectorine 
May, widow of Captain Thomas William 
Oliver, R.N., died from the result of an 
accident on Monday, 10 December 
19 1 7, and was buried in the cemetery at 
Bedford 14 December 1917. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 17.— Colonel 
Edward Albert Ollivant, Royal Horse 
Artillery, died, aged 72, at Elliotts, 
Nuthurst, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
3 March, and was buried at Nuthurst 
9 March 1915. 

Alfred Ollivant married at St. Mar- 
garet's, Tyler's Green, co. Buckingham, 
on Tuesday, 25 August 19 14, Hilda, 4th 
surviving daughter of Robert Wigram 
of Broomfield, Weybridge, co. Surrey. 
They have issue a daughter, Rachel, 
born at Yonder Lodge, Penn, co. 
, Buckingham, 19 April, baptised there 

privately n May 191 6. 

Page 17 (and Addenda, Vol. 75, 
pagexxiii.) — Edward and Olive Caroline 
Ollivant have further issue a daughter, 
Prudence Frances, born at n Caroline 
Street, Eaton Square, London, on 
Monday, 16 April, baptised at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 12 June 
1917. 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 41.— Minnie 
Margaret Matilda, younger daughter of 
Charles Vere Townshend Mainwaring- 
Ellerker-Onslow, was married at St. 
Stephen's, Bournemouth, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 31 August 19 14, to Sidney 
Victor Webb Perkins, youngest son of 
H. A. Perkins of East Grinstead, co. 
Sussex. 

ORME. Vol. 10, page 85.— Maria, 2nd 
daughter of George Orme, died, aged 87, 
at the Vicarage, Sawbridgeworth, co. 
Hertford, on Monday, 17 April 1916. 



ORME, continued. 

Page 88. — Charley Merton Orme 
died, aged 46, on Friday, 20 October, 
and was buried at East Sheen Cemetery, 
co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 25 October 
1916. 

Peter William Merton Orme, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Flying Corps, died, 
aged 25, the result of an accident, at 
the 2nd General Eastern Military Hos- 
pital, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Monday, 
7 May, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Hove, co. Sussex, on Friday, 1 1 May 
1917. 

OSWELL. Vol. 15, page 7.— Evelyn 
Baskerville, wife of Francis Lloyd 
Oswell, died at the Old Bank, Malvern, 
co. Worcester, on Saturday, 4 
December, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Great Malvern on Tuesday, 
7 December 1915. 

OUVRY. Vol. 3, page 168.— Dorothy 
Delahaize, elder daughter of the Rev. 
John Delahaize Ouvry, was married 
at the Cathedral, Bombay, India, on 
Sunday, 31 October 1915, to Cecil 
Eagles Lynch-Blosse, Indian Police, son 
of E. F. Lynch-Blosse of Dinan, France. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
T69. — Major Charles George Pack- 
Beresford died on active service in 
France 24 August 191 4. 

PACKE. Vol. 7, page 167 (and Addenda, 
Vol. rj, page xxiii.) — Lieut.-Colonel 
Edmund Christopher Packe, Royal 
Fusiliers, and Olivia Rachel Norah 
his wife, have further issue a son, 
Michael St. John Packe, born at Borough 
Lodge, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on 
Monday, 21 August 19 16. 

Page 167 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xxx.) — Charles James Melville and 
Ruth Margaret Packe have further issue 
a son, Edward Simon Packe, born at 
The White House, Rothley, co. 
Leicester, on Monday, 21 June, baptised 
at St. Mary's, Rothley, 1 August 1915. 

Page 167. — Eva Sophia Penelope, 
youngest daughter of the Rev. William 
James Packe, was married at Feering, 
co. Essex, on Tuesday, 27 July 191 5, to 
Henry Lancelot Hingston Hill, 3rd 
son of Arthur J. Hill of St. Keverne, 
Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Middlesex. 

Page 169. — Georgiana Frances, only 
child of the Rev. Augustus Packe, 



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PACKE. continued. 

died, aged 70, at Clarges Street, 
Piccadilly, London, on Friday, 29 
September, and was buried at Strete, co. 
Devon, on Sunday, 1 October 1916. 

PARIS. Vol. 2, page 67. — Archibald 
(Charles Melvill) Paris (son of Archi- 
bald Paris), Lieutenant Oxfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, and 
temporary Captain Royal Marines, 
married at Holy Trinity, Folkestone, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 5 December 19 14, 
Ruth Norton, daughter of G. H. Green 
of Sydney, New South Wales. 

PARISH. Vol. 18, page 90.— Frank 
George Woodbine Parish married at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, on 
Thursday, 8 July 19 16, Aileen Staveley, 
only daughter of Thomas Drysdale of 
19 St. James' Square, London, and of 
Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Page 93. — Lieut. -Colonel Francis 
Woodbine Parish, M.C., King's Royal 
Rifles, and Dorothy Mary Catharine 
his wife, have further issue a son, David 
Francis Woodbine Parish, born at 2 The 
Boltons, South Kensington, London, 
on Sunday, 4 October 19 14, and a 
daughter, Nancy Mary, born at Burton 
Manor, Chester, on Sunday, 14 October 
1917. 

Page 94. — Charles Mark Woodbine 
Parish married at Santo Tome, Cor- 
rientes, Argentine Republican Saturday, 
5 May 19 1 7, Aldina Elizabeth Diaz 
Leal Inglesias. 

Clement Woodbine Parish, Assistant 
Provost Marshal, 32nd Division, British 
Expeditionary Force, and Elsie Bonham 
his wife (see Addenda, page liii.) have 
issue two sons, Charles Woodbine Parish, 
born at The Palms, Orchard Road, 
Malvern, co. Worcester, on Monday, 12 
April 1915, and Michael Woodbine 
Parish, born at Scotsgrove House, Thame, 
co. Oxford, on Thursday 6 June 1916. 

Page 95. — Eleanor Mary Brandreth, 
widow of Captain Alfred Parish, Royal 
Naval Reserve, died, aged 86, at Wey- 
bridge, co. Surrey, on Friday, 17 March 
1916. 

Page 96. — Irene Auriol, only daughter 
of Major Charles VVellesley Parish, 
Royal Marines, was married at St. 
John's, Bognor, co. Sussex, on Thurs- 
day, 14 September 191 6, to Rupert 
Edward Hubbuck, Royal Field Artillery, 
eldest son of Edward Hubbuck 



PARLBY. Vol. 8, page 16.— Captain 
Reginald John Hall and Violet Agatha 
Margaret Parlby have further issue a son, 
John Reginald Hall Parlby, born at 
Wingfield, Devonport, co. Devon, on 
Sunday, 17 December 1916, baptised 
at Pennycross, co. Devon, 14 January 
1917. 

PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 161.— Henry 
Thomas Partridge died, aged 70, at 
Hockham, co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 
16 February, and was buried at Great 
Hockham on Friday, 19 February 

'915- 
Page 163. — George Arthur Partridge 
of Beacon Farm, Lalapanzi, South 
Rhodesia, was killed in action in 
East Africa on Saturday, 11 March 
1916. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. Vol. 5, page 
14. — Lieut.-Commander Edward Hum- 
phrey Pearce-Edgcumbe, R.N., married 
at Stokeinteignhead, co. Devon, on 
Tuesday, 16 February 1915, Marion 
Amy, eldest daughter of Henry 
C. A. Conybeare, J. P. for co. Devon. 
They have issue a son, born at 
Teignmouth on Thursday, 23 November 
1916. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, page 
56 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page liv.) — 
Brigadier-General Eric Pearce-Serocold 
and the Hon bie Blanche Florence 
Daphne his wife, have further issue a 
son, Ralph Edward Pearce-Serocold, 
born at Alderley Park, co. Chester, on 
Thursday, 27 April, baptised at Alderley 
28 May 1916. 

Page 57. — Charles Seymour Pearce- 
Serocold died, aged 42, at Calcutta, 
India, 10 August 19 14. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 103.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Maurice Loraine Pears, C.M.G., 
Northumberland Fusiliers, died, aged 
44, on Friday, 20 October, and was 
buried in the Extra Mural Cemetery, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 
24 October 19 16. 

Page 106. — Steuart Arnold Pears, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, married at 
the Registry Office, Gateshead-on-Tyne, 
co. Durham, 12 October 19 16, and 
afterwards at St. John's, Boscombe, co. 
Hants, 20 December following. They 
have issue twin daughters, Rosamond 



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PEARS, continued. 

Anne and Margaret Eleanor, born at 
Old Brewery House, Twyford, co. Hants, 
on Thursday, 6 September, baptised 
at Twyford 17 October 191 7. 

Page 107. — Olive Dorothy Temple, 
youngest daughter of Hugh Vaughan 
Peirs (see Addenda, Vol. 18, page liv.), 
was married at the parish church, 
Carshalton, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
18 June 191 7, to Charles William 
McLeay, M.D., of the West African 
Medical Service, formerly of London, 
Ontario, Canada. 

PEARSON. Vol. 10, page 77.— Charles 
Hugh Pearson of 18 Canynge Square, 
Clifton, co. Gloucester, died, aged 66, 
on Saturday, 5 June 1915. 

Henry Sim Ibbetson Pearson, Captain 
Indian Infantry, married at St. Peter's, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
26 May 191 7, Emily Blanche, only 
daughter of Arthur Hussey of 3 Aston 
Road, Ealing. 

PECKHAM. Vol. 17, page 192.— 
Georgiana Frances, 3rd daughter of 
Charles Peckham Peckham, died at 
Perry Hill Lodge, Worplesden, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 1 1 November, 
and was buried at Worplesden 14 
November 1914. 

PEEL. Vol. 12, page 23.— Evelyn, 
widow of St. Vincent Peel, died at 44 
Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 25 August, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Llangadock, 
co. Carmarthen, 28 August 1914. 

PELLATT. Vol. 9, page 162.— Anna 
Maria, youngest daughter of Apsley 
Pellatt, died, aged 85, at Bournemouth, 
co. Hants, on Wednesday, 27 December 
1916, and was buried at Staines, co. 
Middlesex, 1 January 191 7. 

Page 168.— Elizabeth Ann, 5th 
daughter of Frederic Pellatt, died, 
aged 63, at Bexhill, co. Sussex, the 
result of an accident, on Thursday, 30 
March 19 16. 

PENNY. Page 115 of present volume. — 
Clement Phillimore Penny, Fleet Pay- 
master Royal Navy, died, aged 73, at 
Maythorn, Kingsbridge, co. Devon, on 
Tuesday, 30 October 1917. 



PENNYMAN. Vol. 18, page 171.— 
James Beaumont Worsley Pennyman, 
Captain King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
married at Sharow, near Ripon, co. 
York, on Easter Day, 4 April 1915, Mary 
Hilda Burnaby, younger daughter of 
William ffolliott Powell of Sharow Hall, 
by Mary Albinia his wife, eldest daughter 
of Henry Wyndham Phillips of Hollow 
Combe, Sydenham, co. Kent ; born 
3 July, baptised at Sharow 7 August 
1889. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 45 
(and Addenda, Vol. 7, page ix.) — Ada 
Frances Isabel, wife of Captain Henry 
Beresford Penruddocke, Royal Naval 
Reserve (retired), died at Hailsham, 
co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 17 March 
IQI 5- 

PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 94 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page Iv.) — Dudley 
and the Hon ble Mary Elizabeth Perceval 
have issue a son, Philip Edward 
Perceval, born at 153 Church Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 26 
March 1915; and a daughter, born at 
the same place on Tuesday, 17 October 
1 9 16. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 70.— Harold 
Stanley Percival died, aged 46, at 
Nether Maudlin, Steyning,- co. Sussex, 
on Tuesday, 6 October 19 14. 

PERRINS. Vol. 8, page 120.— James 
Allan Dyson Perrins, Adjutant 1st 
Battalion Welsh Guards, married at 
Ardross, co. Ross,- on Saturday, 14 
October 1916, Marie Louise, daughter 
of William McNeil Rodewald of Tuxedo 
Park and of New York, U.S.A. 

PERROTT. Vol. 1, page 272.— Evelyn 
Edward Perrott died, aged 63, at 26 
Salisbury Road, Hove, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 13 February, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Hove 17 February 

I9I5- 

PICKERSGILL^CUNLIFFE. Vol. 
14, page 51. — Helen Hutton, widow of 
John Cunliffe Pickersgill-Cunliffe, and 
3rd daughter of the Very Rev. Thomas 
Dale, D. D. (see Pedigree of Dale, Vol. 
14, page 4j), died, aged 85, at North- 
wood Hall, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
14 November 1914, and was buried at 
Coulsdon, co. Surrey. 



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PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE, contd. 

Page 51.— Helen Dale, daughter of 
John Cunliffe Pickersgill - Cunliffe, 
and widow of John Allston Dent, 
M.D., died, aged 67, at Piney Point, 
Md., U.S.A., on Monday, 15 January 
1917. 

Page 52. — Saffron Enid, daughter of 
Harry Pickersgill-Cunliffe, and widow of 
Arthur Bertram Randolph, Lieutenant 
1 st Battalion Welsh Guards (who was 
killed in action in France, aged 32, 
27 September 19 15) was married 2ndly 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on 
Saturday, $0 June 191 7, to Evelyn 
Hugh James Duberly, M.C., Captain 
Grenadier Guards, youngest son of 
William Duberly of Gaynes Hall, 
Huntingdon, by the Hon ble Rosa 
Louisa Vernon his wife, 5th daughter 
of Arthur Marcus Cecil, 3rd Baron 
Sandys. 

John Reynolds Pickersgill-Cunliffe, 
2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, was 
killed in action, aged 19, September 
I9i4,and was buried in Soupir Cemetery, 
France. 

Page 53.— John Cunliffe Pickersgill- 
Cunliffe, Captain 6th Battalion Wor- 
cestershire Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 31, in the Dardanelles, 
on Friday, 4 June 1915- 
Page 54.— Valentine Audrey Pickers- 
gill-Cunliffe of Beacon Hill Park, 
Hindhead, co. Surrey, was married at 
Storrington, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 
1 July 1915, to the Rev. Lancelot 
Osmund Frewer, Rector of Ashington 
with Buncton, and Vicar of Warming- 
hurst, all co. Sussex. 

PILKINGTON. Vol. i, page 254.— 
The Rev. Joseph Green Pilkington 
died, aged 82, at 4 Victoria Drive, 
West Kirby, co. Chester, on Thursday, 
19 April 1917. 

Page 256. — Anne Lamb, wife of 
Stephen Frederick Pilkington, V.D., 
died at a nursing home at Lytham, co. 
Lancaster, on Sunday, 24 December 
1 916, and was buried at Lytham. 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7> page 31.— Stewart 

Edward Pixley, Captain Royal Field 
Artillery, married at Ruan Minor, co. 
Cornwall, on Saturday, 25 August 191 7, 
Kathleen Grattan, only daughter of 
the Rev. Henry Vyvyan of Ruan 
Minor 



PIXLEY, continued. 

Page 31. — John Nicol Fergusson 
Pixley, Captain Grenadier Guards, was 
killed in action, aged 29, at Houthhulst 
Forest, Flanders, on Friday, 1 2 October 
191 7, and was buried at Vee Bend, near 
Koe Kuit. 

PLUMER. Vol. 1, page 218.— Jessie 
Thomson, widow of John Bagwill 
Plumer, died, aged 74, °n Friday, 

23 October 1914. 

POLE-CAREW. Vol. 5, page 147-— 
Gerald Ayshford Pole-Carew, Mining 
Engineer, Captain 4th Battalion Duke 
of Cornwall's Light Infantry, married 
at Whitchurch, co. Devon, 15 October 
191 5, Eileen Lorna Lismore, youngest 
daughter of Surgeon-Major George 
Henry Kenneth McDonald O'Callaghan. 
They have issue a daughter, Geraldine 
Frances Flora, bom at Deal, co. Kent, 

24 May, baptised at Little Hempston, 
co. Devon, 13 October 19 17. 

Addenda, Vol. iS, page hi.) — 
Wymond Nicholas Richard Pole-Carew, 
Lieutenant 1st Battalion Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry, youngest 
son of Charles Edward Pole-Carew 
(see page 147), was killed in action at 
Polderhoek on Tuesday, 6 November 

IM- 
PORTER. Vol. 16, page 164.— General 
Thomas Cole Porter (D.L. for co. 
Cornwall) and Jane Eliza his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Jeane Dolores, 
born 11 November 1915. Her mother, 
Jane Eliza Porter, died on Christmas 
Day following. 

PORTMAN. Vol. 11, page 44-— Cecil 
Berkeley Portman died, aged 45, at 
Orchard House, Marnhull, co. Dorset, 
on Wednesday, 10 March 1915. 

Maurice William Portman, Com- 
mander Royal Navy, died, aged 56, at 
Organford Manor, Wareham, co. Dorset, 
on Saturday, 15 May 1915. 

Page 45. — Alice, widow of the Rev. 
the Hon ble Walter Berkeley Portman, 
died, aged 73, at Paddock House, 
Sutton Montis, co. Somerset, on Wed- 
nesday, 25 July, and was buried at 
Corton Denham, co. Somerset, on 
Saturday, 28 July 1917. 

William Hunter Gandy died 27 
January 19 16. 



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POTTS. Vol. 14, page 80.— Edward 
Simpson died at Matfield Green, Pad- 
dock Wood, co. Kent, 22 November 

1911. Will dated 24 September 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 500, 12) 15 March 

19 1 2, by Catherina Thorpe Simpson, the 
relict (see Pedigree of Simpson, Vol. ij, 
page 8q.) Catharina Thorpe, his 
widow, died, aged 78, at The Glen, 
Matfield, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 

11 March 19 14. 

POWIS. Vol. 13, page no. — Percy 
Robert Herbert, Viscount Clive, 
Lieutenant Welsh Guards, died, aged 
23, at the King Edward VII. Hospital, 
Grosvenor Gardens, London, on Friday, 
13 October 19 16 (from a wound received 
inaction on the Somme on Saturday, 16 
September), and was buried at Welsh- 
pool, co. Montgomery, on Tuesday, 17 
October 19 16. 

Page 112. — Dorothy Marguerite 
Elizabeth, elder daughter of Colonel 
Edward William Herbert, C.B., was 
married at Wrockwardine, co. Salop, 
on Wednesday, 5 August 19 14, to 
the Hon ble Robert Henry Hepburn- 
Stuart - Forbes -Trefusis, youngest son 
of Charles Henry Rolle, 20th Baron 
Clinton. 

PRENTICE. Vol. 1, page 148.— Major 
Thomas Alfred Prentice, 4th Battalion 
The Cheshire Regiment, was wounded 
and missing at Gallipoli on or about 

12 August 19 1 5, and has since been 
presumed dead. 

George Stukeley Prentice married at 
Didsbury, co. Lancaster, 3 August 19 17, 
Adele Elizabeth Clara, daughter of 
Reginald Flinn of Didsbury. They 
have issue a daughter, Sheila, born 
at Oxton, co. Chester, 30 June, 
baptised at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 5 
August 19 1 7. 

PRESTON. Vol. 16, page 106.— 
Classon O'Driscoll Preston, Captain 
Royal Field Artillery, married at St. 
Michael's, Basingstoke, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 3 July 1915, Aimee Marguerite, 
younger daughter of L. Maitland-Kirwan 
of Collin, Castle Douglas, co. Kirkcud- 
bright. 

Page 107. — Major Stanley Preston, 
Middlesex Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 35, on Tuesday, 25 
September 1917. 



PRICE. Vol. 7, page 88.— Florence 
Engel Augusta, elder daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Augustus Price, Bombay 
Army, was married at St. John's, 
Surrey Road, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, 5 July 191 1, to Robert 
Brindley Wood of Harrogate, co. 
York. 

Elisabeth Rosina May, elder daughter 
of Petley Lloyd Augustus Price, was 
married in 1915 to Alexander Thomas 
Benthall Charlesworth, Royal Flying 
Corps. He served in European War 
and was killed, aged 24, 30 May 
1917. 

Ada Marjorie, younger daughter, 
was married in 19 15 to Cecil Edward 
Archibald Leslie Ley, temporary 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers, serving in 
European War. 

Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxviii. — 
Ethel Maude, wife of Lieut.-Colonel 
Cyril Uvedale Price, C.M.G., Indian 
Army (see page go), died 29 September 
1916. 



PRICE. Vol. 15, page 149. — Annette 
Mary, widow of Ralph George Price, 
died at 26 Hyde Park Gardens, London, 
11 October 19 16, and was buried in 
the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 
co. Sussex. 

Page 150. — Lieut.-Colonel Ralph 
Anstruther Price, Indian Army, died, 
aged 72, at 61 Bassett Road, 
North Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 3 December 19 14, and 
was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 

Robert James Stafford Price died 8 
February 19 14, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery. 

Alfred Adams Price, Captain 67th 
Foot, died, aged 77, at Moosomin, 
Canada, 15 March 191 7, and was 
buried there. 

Page 151. — Kenneth Alexander Price, 
Captain 9th Canadian Mounted Rifles 
(Strathcona's Horse), and Helen Mary 
his wife, have further issue a son, 
Alan Alfred Price, born in Canada 
in August 1914, who died the following 
year ; and Arthur Basil Price, born 
in 1 916. 

Page 152. — Major Claude George 
Ironside Currie, 39th Dorsetshire 
Regiment, who served in the European 
War 1914-16, died, aged 45, in London, 
3 December 19 16. 



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PRIDEAUX. Vol. 5, page 63.— Charles 
Sydney Prideaux of Ermington, Dor- 
chester, married at Loders, co. Dorset, 
on Tuesday, 29 September 1914, Adeline 
Irene, eldest daughter of the Rev. David 
Thomas, Vicar of Loders. They have 
issue two sons, Peter Fulke Prideaux, 
born at Ermington 5 July, baptised at 
Loders 17 August 1915, and Charles 
Stanley de Courcy Prideaux, born at 
Ermington on Monday, 23 April, bap- 
tised at Loders on Thursday, 24 May 
1917. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 15, page 141.— 
Walter Treverbian and Marion Fenn 
Prideaux have further issue a son, born 
at 11 Ladbroke Square, Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 13 December 

1915- 
Page 142. — Geoffrey Arthur Prideaux, 
M.C., Captain Somerset Light Infantry 
(Brigade-Major July 1916), who served 
at the battles of Mons, the Marne, the 
Aisne and at Ypres (mentioned in 
despatches January 1916, Military Cross 
June 1916), was killed in action on 
Friday, 19 January 1917. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 16, page 36.— Colonel 
William Francis Prideaux, C.S.I., 
F.R.G.S., died, aged 74, at Hopeville, 
St. Peter's, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
5 December 19 14. 

Page 40 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ivii.) — Guy Vivian Anstice 
Prideaux, 2nd Lieutenant 28th Punjabis, 
Indian Army, and Evelyn Gladys his 
wife, have issue a son, born at Ripley, 
co. Surrey, on Thursday, 30 March 
1916. 

PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 
98. — Fulke Knatchbull Prideaux-Brune, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy and Captain 
Australian Light Horse, married at 
Byuma, Belle Vue Hill, Sydney, New 
South Wales, on Monday, 26 April 1915, 
Mary Kathleen, eldest daughter of the 
Hon bll: James Garran of Byuma, Belle- 
vue Hill, New South Wales. They 
have issue a son, John Charles Fulke 
Prideaux-Brune, born at the Anglo- 
American Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, 
on Sunday, 13 May, baptised at 
All Saints', Alexandria, 19 June 
1916. 

Page 99. — Cheston Isolda, only 
daughter of the Rev. Edward Shapland 



PRIDEAUX-BRUNE, continued. 

Prideaux-Brune, was married at Rowner, 
co. Hants, on Wednesday, 16 September 
1 914, to George William Carpentier- 
Garnier, 2nd son of John Carpentier- 
Garnier, of Rookesbury Park, Fareham, 
co. Hants, by the Hon hle Mary Louisa 
his wife, 2nd daughter of Charles 
Rodolph, 19th Baron Clinton. 

Addenda, Vol. 11, page xviii.—- 
Amyas Molesworth Prideaux-Brune, 
son of the Rev. Edward Shapland 
Prideaux-Brune (see page gp), died, 
aged 14, at the Old School House, 
Gresham's School, Holt, co. Norfolk, 
on Thursday, 25 October 191 7. 

PRIOR. Vol. 1, page 9.— The Rev. John 
Ferdinando Collins died, aged 72, at the 
Vicarage, Charlton, co. Wilts, on Mon- 
day, 10 January, and was buried at 
Charlton on Thursday, 13 January 19 10 
(see Pedigree of Collins, Vol. 4, 
page 113). 

PRITCHETT. Vol. 1, page 197.— 
Charles Richard Delabere Pritchett 
married 2ndly at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, on Wednesday, 7 
November 191 7, Gwendolyn Mary, 
2nd daughter of Thomas Putnam of 
Greylands, Darlington, co. Durham, 
J. P., and widow of Martin Raymond 
Carr, Captain 2nd Battalion Worcester- 
shire Regiment (see Pedigree of Carr- 
E/lison, Vol. 6, page 161, and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page xvi.) 

Page 202. — Caroline Benson, 2nd 
daughter of James Pigott Pritchett, died 
at 40 Queen's Road, Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 20 February, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Twickenham 23 February 1915. 

PUCKLE. Vol. 12, page 50.— Matilda 
Hill, widow of Robert Arthur Puckle, 
died, aged 84, at 85 Royal Parade, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
10 March, and was buried in the 
Camberwell Borough Cemetery, East 
Dulwich, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 16 
March 1915. 

Page 51. — Arabella Ann, youngest 
daughter of Robert Puckle, died, aged 
90, at 5 Beulah Crescent, Thornton 
Heath, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
28 March 191 7, and was buried in 
Camberwell Borough Cemetery, East 
Dulwich. 



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PUCKLE, continued. 

Page 52. — Raymond Aufrere Puckle, 
Lieutenant 21st County of London 
Regiment (First Surrey Rifles), and 
Emily Eleanor his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, Monica, born at 35 
Sidney Road, Beckenham, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 12 December 1914. 

PUNCHARD. Vol. 3, page 136.— The 
Rev. Elgood George Punchard, D.D., 
died, aged 72, at Sextry House, Ely, 
co. Cambridge, on Friday, 2 March 
1917. 

Alfred Punchard, Captain North 
Staffordshire Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 31, on Thursday, 29 March 
1917. 

Edmund Elgood Punchard, Lieutenant 
2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, 
was killed in action, aged 24, near 
Ypres, on Thursday, 29 October 1914. 

RAGLAN. Vol. 11, page 103.— Mary 
Blanche, Lady Raglan, died at Upton 
Lea, Slough, co. Buckingham, on Friday, 
16 June and was buried at Llandenny, 
co. Monmouth, on Tuesday, 20 June 
1916. 

The Hon ble Katherine Anne Emily 
Cecilia, younger daughter of Field- 
Marshal FitzRoy James Henry, Baron 
Raglan, K.C.B., died unmarried 15 
October 1914, and was buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. 

The Hon ble VVellesley FitzRoy 
Somerset, Captain The Welsh Regi- 
ment, married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Tuesday, 3 April 19 17, 
Edith Lesley, younger daughter of 
Frederick Chester Vivian of St. Fagan's, 
Glamorgan. 

The Hon ble Ethel Georgiana Frances, 
eldest daughter of George Fitzroy 
Henry, Baron Raglan, C.B., was 
married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Thursday, 26 November 
1 914, to the Hon ble William Sholto 
Douglas, 4th son of Sholto George 
Watson, 19th Earl of Morton. 

Page 104. — Norman Arthur Henry 
Somerset, 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier 
Guards, was killed in action, aged 21, 
at Kruseik, 23 October 1914. 

RANDALL. Vol. 3, page 175.— Reginald 
Wigmore Sancroft Randall, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 2nd Battalion Northamptonshire 
Regiment, was killed in action in 
France on Sunday, 9 May 191 5. 



RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 142.— John 
Francis Ratcliff died at Widney 
Cottage, Knowle, co. Warwick, on 
Saturday, 7 August, and was buried at 
Packwood, co. Warwick, 10 August 
1915- 

John Edward Ratcliffe, 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment, was 
killed in action, aged 23, in France 
on Monday, 19 October 19 14. 

Page 140.— Ethel Bridget, younger 
daughter of the Rev. Walter Henry 
Ratcliff, was married to Martin 
Rowlinson Ratcliff (see next entry). 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 14, page 104.— Martin 
Rowlinson Ratcliff married at St. 
Mark's, Berkeley, California, 16 February 
191 1, Ethel Bridget (see previous entry .) 
They have issue a son, Francis 
Rowlinson Ratcliff, born at Metchley, 
Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, on 
Monday, 26 October 1914. 

RAWSON. Vol. 8, page 69.— Sherard 
Rawson died, aged 46, in hospital at 
Aardenburg, Holland, on Tuesday, 
12 October 191 5. 

RAWSON. Vol. 16, page 1 11. —Lionel 
Reginald Rawson, Captain King's Royal 
Rifles, was killed in action, aged 40, on 
Tuesday, 24 October 19 16. 

RAWSON. Vol. 17, page 158.— Colonel 
Courtney Clarke Rawson, Royal 
Engineers, died, aged 68, at Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Thursday, 16 August 

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Page 160. — Dorothy Margaret Mary, 
youngest daughter of Samuel Rawson, 
died on Sunday, 14 February 191 5. 

RENDLESHAM. Vol. 14, page 127 
(and Addenda, Vol. 18, page Iviii.) — 
Major the Hon ble Hugh Edmund 
Thellusson, D.S.O., R.F.A., and 
Gwynnydd Colleton his wife, have 
issue a son, born at Morelands, Pur- 
brook, co. Hants, on Monday, 15 March 
i9 I 5- 

REW. Vol. 15, page 124 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page Iviii.) — George Russell 
and Kate Rew have further issue a 
son, Kenneth George Russell Rew, born 
25 May 1917. 



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REYNELL-PACK. Vol. 8, page 167.— 
Arthur Denis Henry Heber Reynell- 
Pack married 2ndly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Tuesday, 
21 December 1915, Joan, youngest 
daughter of William Henry Campion of 
Danny Park, co. Sussex, C.B., by the 
Hon ble Gertrude (Brand) his wife, 2nd 
daughter of Henry Bouverie William, 
1st Viscount Hampden. They have 
issue a son, born at 4 Tilney Street, 
Park Lane, London, on Tuesday, 24 
October 1916. 

REYNOLDS. Vol. 17, page 174— Jane, 
widow of the Rev. Henry Reynolds, 
died, aged 89, at 136 Pen-y-lan Road, 
Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, on Thursday, 
2 December, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Cardiff 6 December 

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Edward and Gladys Reynolds have 

further issue a son, Edward Reynolds, 
born at 56 Billing Road, Northampton, 
on Friday, 30 July 1915. 

Page 176. — Frank Reynolds died, 
aged 51, at Killycoonagh, Marlborough, 
co. Wilts, on Sunday, 24 January, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Marl- 
borough on Tuesday, 26 January 

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Edith (Sister Edith Ursula, S.S.P.), 
5th daughter of the Rev. Henry 
Reynolds, died, aged 51, at the House 
of Mercy, Horbury, Wakefield, co. 
York, on Saturday, 28 July, and 
was buried in the Sisters' private 
graveyard at the House of Mercy, 
Horbury, on Monday, 30 July 
1917. 

RICHARDSON. Vol. 5, page 103.— 
Violet Tweedy Turpin, 2nd daughter of 
William Ridley Richardson, was married 
at the parish church, Bromley, co. 
Kent, on Thursday, 4 November 
1915, to Charles Betton Roberts, Fleet 
Paymaster Royal Navy, son of 
Arthur Edward Simmonds Roberts, 
82nd (South Lancashire) Regiment 
of Foot. 

Page 104. — William Ridley Richard- 
son of Lascelles, Shortlands, co. Kent, 
married 2ndly by licence, at Holy 
Trinity, Stepney, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 10 April 19 16, Margaret, 
eldest daughter of George Birkett of 
Keswick, co. Cumberland. 

Page 104. — Christopher Ridley 
Richardson, Captain East Yorkshire 



RICHARDSON, continued. 

Regiment, and Flight - Commander 
(October 1917) Royal Flying Corps, 
married at Charterhouse Chapel, 
London, 3 February 191 7, Winifred 
Mary, eldest daughter of Alfred 
Lodge of Charterhouse, Godalming, 
co. Surrey. 

William Arthur Ingham Richardson, 
2nd Lieutenant 1st Battalion Royal 
West Kent Regiment, died at Boulogne, 
France (of wounds received in action 
on Friday, 16 July), aged 20, on 
Tuesday, 31 August, and was 
buried in Bromley Hill Cemetery, 
co. Kent, on Saturday, 4 September 
19*5- 

RICKETTS. Vol. 1, page 274 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxix.) — Claude 
Albert Frederick Ricketts, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Garrison Artillery, and 
Lilian Helen Gwendoline his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Rosemary 
Frances Dulcie Geraldine, born at 
Springfield, Newton Abbot, co. Devon, 
22 June 1913, died 21 January 1914; 
and a son, Robert Cornwallis Gerald 
St. Leger Ricketts, born at Amersham 
Hill Lodge, High Wycombe, co. Buck- 
ingham, on Thursday, 8 November, 
baptised at Bradenham, co. Buckingham, 
29 December 19 17. 

RIDLEY. Vol. 13, page 93.— Winifred 
Mary, eldest daughter of Walter Ridley, 
was married at St. Alban's, Holborn, 
London, on Thursday, 8 April 1915, 
to William Graham Gilmore, 2nd son 
of the Rev. John Gilmore, M.A. 

Page 93 {and Addenda, Vol. 7J, 
page xxv.) — Thomas Dixon and Dorothy 
Marguerite Florence Ridley have issue 
a daughter, Zia Audrey, born at Rew, 
Ventnor, Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 
15 March 19 16. 

Page 93. — Christopher Mellor Ridley, 
Captain 10th Battalion Essex Regiment, 
was killed in action, aged 25, near 
Thiepval, France, on Tuesday, 31 
October 19 16. 

Herbert Leslie Ridley, M.C., Captain 
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, was killed in 
action, aged 22, on Sunday, 15 July 
1917. 

RIMINGTON -WILSON. Vol. s , 
page 162. — Henry Rimington-Wilson 
died, aged 61, at Abberton Manor, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 17 May 1915. 



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RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 20.— 
Captain George Rivington, R.N., died, 
aged 81, at Combe Down, Bath, co. 
Somerset, 12 August 19 15. 

Page 21. — Albert Gibson Rivington, 
3rd son of Walter Rivington, F.R.C.S., 
married in London, 21 September 1914, 
Elizabeth Waltham, eldest daughter of 
Robert Allen of Barking, formerly of 
Priory F'arm, Blackmore, both co. Essex. 

Page 22. — Alexander Rivington died, 
aged 79, at Hollydale, Worthing, co. 
Sussex, 17 February 19 17, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Worthing. 

Flora McDonald Mayow Rivington 
died, aged 68, at Hollydale, Worthing, 
on Monday, 26 February 191 7, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Worthing. 

Page 23. — Gerald Chippingdale 
Rivington, Captain nth (Lonsdale 
Battalion) Border Regiment, married at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London, 
on Saturday, 16 October 1915, Mar- 
garet Stewartson, daughter of James 
Summersby of Newtown, co. Berks. 

Page 24. — The Rev. Theodore 
Rivington died, aged 65, at the Rectory, 
Sotby, co. Lincoln, on Saturday, 16 
December, and was buried at Market 
Stainton, co. Lincoln, on Wednesday, 
20 December 1916. Will dated 5 March 
1886, proved in the Principal Registry 

13 February 191 7, by Harriet Elizabeth 
Skikelthorp Rivington, relict, and Arthur 
William Rivington, brother. 

ROBERTS. Vol. 11, page 8.— Catherine 
Anna, 3rd daughter of William Roberts, 
died at Rose Hill, Beckenham, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 2 February, and was 
buried in Shirley Churchyard, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 6 February 191 5. 

Page 10.— Major- General George 
Ricketts Roberts died, aged 88, at 
Wudnee, Marlborough Road, Richmond, 
co. Surrey, on Monday, 22 March, and 
was buried in Lee Cemetery, Hither 
Green, co. Kent, 26 March 1915. 

Page 12. — Field - Marshal Earl 
Roberts, K.G., died, aged 82, at 52 Rue 
Carnot, St. Omer, France, on Saturday, 

14 November, and was buried with 
military honours in St. Paul's Cathedral, 
London, 19 November 19 14. Will with 
codicil dated 4 March 19 13, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 130, 15) 13 January 1915, 
by Nora Henrietta, Dowager Countess 
Roberts, the relict, Colonel Sir Neville 
Francis Fitzgerald Chamberlain, K.C.B., 
and Gaspard Oliver Farrer. 



RODDAM. Vol. 11, page 117.— Robert 
Collingwood Roddam, Captain 3rd 
Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, 
was killed in action in Flanders, on 
Wednesday, 16 June 19 15. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 134.— Reginald 
Rogers, M.A. of Worcester College, 
Oxford, 2nd Lieutenant Rifle Brigade, 
killed in action 15 September 19 16, and 
was buried in the Switch Trench, 
between Delville Wood and Flers, 
France. 

Edward Ambrose Gordon Rogers, 
Captain Royal Garrison Artillery 
(Territorial Force), 93rd Siege Battery, 
died in St. Helena Hospital, Shorn- 
cliffe, co. Kent (as the result 
of a motor collision), 9 April 19 16, 
and was buried at Mawnan, co. 
Cornwall. 

Page 136. — Frances Denise, only 
daughter of Hugh Henry Rogers, 
Captain Royal Artillery, was married 
at Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, 
British Columbia. 7 January 1915, to 
John Lytton Mara, only son of John 
Andrew Mara of Endlang, Pemberton 
Road, Victoria, British Columbia. 

Page 137. — The Rev. William 
Frederick Charles Rogers died, aged 
S3, at The Haven, Falmouth, co. 
Cornwall, 26 October 19 14, and was 
buried at Mawnan, co. Cornwall. 

Mary Elisabeth, elder daughter of 
Frederick Evelyn Rogers of The Cedars, 
Beckington, co. Somerset, was married 
at Beckington, 13 July 191 5, to Lieut. - 
Commander George Wilson, R.N., 
2nd son of Rowland H. Wilson of 
Breckey Ley, Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 93. — John Arthur 
Rope, 2nd Lieutenant Queen's (Royal 
West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 26, in France, 24 August 
1916. 

Page 95. — Basil Vernon Rope married 
at Ruahia, North Wairoa, New Zealand, 
17 October 19 14, Rita Henrietta, 
daughter of John Finlayson of Ruahia. 
They have issue a son, John Finlayson 
Rope, born at Te Kopuru, North 
Wairoa, 18 February 1916. 

Charles Manfred Rope, Corporal 
Auckland Mounted Rifles, was killed 
in action, aged 24, at Rafa, on 
the border of Palestine, 9 January 
1917. 



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ROSEBERY. Vol. i6, page 137.— The 
Hon ble Neil James Archibald Primrose, 
M.P., M.C., Captain Buckinghamshire 
Hussars, married at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, on Wednesday, 7 April 1915, 
Lady Victoria Alice Louise (Stanley), 
only daughter of Edward George Villiers, 
Earl of Derby, K.G., born on Friday, 
24 June 1892 (see Pedigree of Derby, 
Vol. ij, page 72). They have issue a 
daughter, Ruth Alice Hannah Mary, 
born at 5 Great Stanhope Street, 
Mayfair, London, on Tuesday, 18 
April 1916. The Hon ble Neil James 
Archibald Primrose died of wounds 
received while serving with a Yeomanry 
Regiment on an Eastern Front in 
November 191 7. 

Page 138. — Archibald Bouverie 
Primrose married at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 
on Friday, 7 May 191 5, Diva Amelia, 
only daughter of Emilio Maroldo of 
Palermo, Sicily. 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 2.— The Rt. 
Hon bli: James Round died, aged 74, at 
Birch Hall, co. Essex, on Sunday, 
24 December, and was buried at 
Birch on Thursday, 28 December 
1916. 

Page 3 (and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page xxxiii.) — Charles James and Sylvia 
Round have issue a son, James Gray 
Round, born at Hatfield Peverel, co. 
Essex, on Sunday, 10 November 191 2, 
baptised at Birch. 

Page 4. — Douglass Round died, aged 
70, at Birch, on Friday, 15 December, 
and was buried at Birch on Wednesday, 
20 December 1916. 

Auriol Francis Hay Round died at the 
King Edward VII. Hospital, Grosvenor 
Gardens, London (from the result of 
wounds received at Le Cateau, in 
the retreat from Mons, on Wednes- 
day, 26 August), on Saturday, 5 
September, and was buried at Witham, 
co. Essex, on Tuesday, 8 September 
1914. 

James Murray Round, M.C., Captain 
Essex Regiment, was killed in action, 
aged 22, on Friday, 13 November 19 16. 

Harold Cecil Round, D.S.O., M.C., 
Captain Rifle Brigade, was killed in 
action, aged 21, on Friday, 24 August 

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Page 5. — The Rev. George Henry 
and Irene Round-Turner have further 
issue a son, Michael Round-Turner, 
born at Spridlington Rectory, co. 



ROUND, continued. 

Lincoln, on Tuesday, 7 August, baptised 
at Spridlington 2 September 19 17. 

Page 6. — Commander Charles Wolfran 
Round-Turner, R. N., of Witham, co. 
Essex, married at St. Jude's, Southsea, 
co. Hants, 2 January 191 5, Janet Mary, 
daughter of F. Jenner Verrall. They 
have issue two sons, Christopher Lewis 
Round -Turner, born at 25 Wadham 
Road, Portsmouth, co. Hants, on Wed- 
nesday, 24 November 1915, and a son, 
Richard Auriol Creffield Round-Turner, 
born at Witham on Friday, 27 June 
1917. 

ROXBURGHE. Vol. 12, page 159 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xxv.) — Lord 
Alastair Robert Innes Ker, D.S.O., 
Captain Royal Horse Guards, and Lady 
Anne his wife have further issue a 
daughter, Eloise Jane Horatia, born at 
6 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, on 
Saturday, 4 September 1915. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 12.— Mary Alice 
Gibson, widow of Clement Robert 
Nuttall Beswicke-Royds, died, aged 77, 
at Pyke House, Littleborough, co. 
Lancaster, on Thursday, 31 May, 
and was buried on Tuesday, 5 June 
1917. 

Page 13 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page It.) — Albert Henry and Adeliza 
Beatrix Royds have further issue a 
daughter, Diana Constance Alexandra, 
born at Bylands, Stratfield Turgis, 
co. Hants, on Thursday, 10 July 

1913- 
Page 14. — Colonel Sir Clement 
Molyneux Royds, C.B., died, aged 
73, at Llannerch Park, St. Asaph, 
co. Flint, on Friday, 28 January, 
and was buried at Healey, co. 
Lancaster, on Tuesday, 1 February 
19 1 6 (see Pedigree of Littledale, 
Vol. 13, page S3)- 
Page 16 (and Addenda, Vol. p, 
page 12). — Captain Percy Molyneux 
Royds, R.N., and Florence his wife 
have further issue a daughter, born on 
Thursday, 28 March 19 12. 

ROYDS. Vol. 8, page 30.— Hester 
Frances, wife of the Rev. Nathanael 
Royds, died, aged 74, at Oaklands, 
Fenstanton, co. Huntingdon, on Sunday, 
1 1 April, and was buried at Little 
Barford, co. Bedford, on Thursday, 
15 April 1915. 



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ROYDS, continued. 

Page 30. — Jasper Francis Royds, 
Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy, died, aged 
91, the result of a motor accident in 
Lincolnshire, on Friday, 9 November 
1917. 

Page 31 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixi.)— Edward Alington and Annie 
Elizabeth Royds have further issue a 
son, Edward Francis Alington Royds, 
born at Graaff Reinet, Cape Colony, 
on Tuesday, 16 February 19 15, baptised 
there. Edward Alington Royds died, 
aged 39, in Natal, by a motor accident 
23 July 1915, and was buried at 
D'Urban, Natal. 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 3.— Caroline Edith, 
wife of the Rev. Gilbert Twemlow 
Royds, died, aged 68, at Haughton 
Rectory, co. Stafford, on Tuesday, 15 
September, and was buried at Haughton 
18 September 19 14. 

RUDGE. Vol. 15, page 145. — Florence, 
widow of Edward Charles Rudge of 
Abbey Manor, Evesham, co. Worcester, 
was married 2ndly at St. Saviours', 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
15 January 19 16, to Leonard Percy 
Haynes-Rudge, Captain Queen's Own 
Worcestershire Hussars, youngest son 
of Allen Lankester Haynes, M.R.C.S. 

Dorothy Gwendoline, eldest daughter 
of Edward Charles Rudge, was married 
at St. Lawrence', Evesham, on Tuesday, 

8 September 1914, to Arthur Hickman, 
youngest son of Alfred William Hickman 
of Goldthorn Hill, Wolverhampton, co. 
Stafford; born 20 June 1891 ; Lieutenant 
Worcestershire Yeomanry; served in 
European War 19 14. 

RUGGE - PRICE. Vol. 14, page 162.— 
Catharine Sarah, 2nd daughter of Sir 
Arthur James Rugge-Price, Baronet, 
died at 47 Onslow Square, South 
Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 
26 April, and was buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, on Saturday, 
29 April 19 1 6. 

Lieut. -Colonel Charles Frederick and 
Isabella Napier Keith Rugge-Price of 
Eastbury, Sherborne, co. Dorset, have 
further issue a son, Anthony Arthur 
Keith Rugge-Price, born at Old Bank 
House, Cahir, co. Tipperary, on Monday, 

9 November, baptised at St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Cahir, co. Tipperary, 7 
December 1914. 



RUSHOUT. Vol. 17, page 100.— 
Algernon St. George William Rushout 
Rushout died, aged 74, in a nursing 
home at Oxford on Friday 27 April 
191 7, and was buried at Longborough, 
co. Gloucester, on Tuesday, 1 May 
1917. 

RYLAND. Vol. 1, page 246.— Walter 
Proctor Ryland died, aged 65, at 7 
Boyne Park, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, on Tuesday, 22 June, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Tunbridge 
Wells 26 June 1915. Will dated 7 
February 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 6 August 19 15, by Thomas 
Howard Ryland and Roy Pinsent. 

RYLANDS. Vol. 1, page 16.— Ralph 
Paul Kirkland Rylands married at 
St. Mark's, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
on Thursday, 9 September 1915, Elsie 
Margaret, only child of Arthur Power 
of Para, Brazil. 

Geoffrey Glazebrook Rylands, Captain 
The King's (Liverpool) Regiment, 
married at St. Saviour's, Birkenhead, 
co. Chester, on Wednesday, 6 June 
191 7, Nora Lee, youngest daughter of 
Henry Edward Williams of Oxton, co. 
Chester. 

ST. GEORGE. Vol. 1, page 108.— 
Frances Emilia, only daughter of the 
Rev. Howard St. George, was married 
at Billinge, co. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 
21 August 191 7, to the Rev. William 
Yewdall Stead, Priest in Charge of St. 
Philip's Mission, Grahamstown, Cape 
Province, South Africa. 

ST. GERMANS. Vol. 18, page 183.— 

Montague Charles Eliot, Lieutenant- 
Commander Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, and Helen Agnes his wife, 
have further issue a son, Nicholas 
Richard Michael Eliot, born at 2 
Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Monday, 26 January 1914. 

Page 184. — Constance Rhiannon, 
widow of Colonel the Hon b,e Charles 
George Cornwallis Eliot, C.V.O., died, 
aged 71, at 68 Chester Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 22 March, and was 
buried at Port Eliot, St. Germans, co. 
Cornwall, on Saturday, 25 March 1916. 

Edward Granville and Clare Louisa 
Eliot have further issue a daughter, 
Margaret Augusta, born at 1 7 Bruns- 
wick Square, Bloomsbury, London, on 
Thursday, 26 February 19 14. 



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SALT. Vol. 3, page 104. — Georgina 
Catherine Barzey, widow of the Rev. 
Cecil Henry Salt, died, aged 58, at 
Creswell Lodge, Grove Park, Chiswick, 
co. Middlesex, on Friday, 24 August, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Chiswick on Tuesday, 28 August 
1917. 

Page 104 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixii.) — Edwin Henry Francis and 
Philippa Maud Salt have issue a 
daughter, Joyce Mary Philippa, born 
at Creswell Lodge, Grove Park, 19 
January, baptised at St. Michael's, 
Sutton Court, Chiswick, 14 February 
1915, and a son, Alan Francis Salt, 
born at Barnes, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 10 September, baptised at 
St. Michael's, Barnes, 2 1 October 
1916. 

Page 104 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixii.) — Cecil George Gilbertson 
and Dora Salt have further issue 
two sons, Cecil George Salt, born 
at Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, 1 1 
September 19 14, who died a few- 
weeks after and was buried there ; 
and Francis Gilbertson Salt, bom at 
the same place 27 October 1916. 

Page 104 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixii.) — Ernest Charles Parker 
and Jane Elizabeth Salt have issue 
two sons, Charles Rupert Henry Salt, 
born at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, 
27 October 1914; and Arthur Bruce 
Salt, born at the same place 20 Sep- 
tember, baptised there 4 November 
1917. 

SAVAGE. Vol. 3, page 6 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page Ixii.) — Ernest Smallwood 
and Constance Savage have further issue 
a son, Christopher Smallwood Savage, 
born at The Ards, 80 Hagley Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, on Sunday, 
21 November 191 5, baptised at St. 
George's, Edgbaston, 1 1 January 
1916. 

SCARBROUGH. Vol. 13, page 73 — 
George Cecil Orlando, Earl of Bradford, 
died, aged 69, at 44 Lowndes Square, 
London, on Saturday, 2 January, 
and was buried at Weston Park, 
Shifnal, co. Salop, on Wednesday, 6 
January 19 15. 

Page 75. — Richard John Lumley, 2nd 
Lieutenant nth Hussars, was killed 
in action on Saturday, 17 October 
1914. 



SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xix.) — 
Shelley Leopold Laurence, Baron 
Abinger, Commander Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, died, aged 45, in 
London, on Wednesday, 23 May, and 
was buried in Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 26 May 19 17. 

Robert Brooke Campbell Scarlett, 
Assistant Paymaster Royal Naval 
Reserve, who succeeded his brother 
as 6th Baron Abinger 23 May 1917, 
married at Roupell Park Wesleyan 
Church, Tulse Hill, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 26 June 1917, and after- 
wards at the French Consulate in 
Bedford Square, London, Madame de 
Serignac, formerly Madame Steinheil. 

Page 53 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixii.) — Major the Hon ble Hugh 
Richard Scarlett, U.S.O., R.A., and 
Marjorie his wife have issue two sons, 
James Richard Scarlett, born at White 
Lodge, Datchet, co. Buckingham, on 
Monday, 28 September 1914; and John 
Leopold Campbell Scarlett, born at the 
same place on Monday, 18 December 
1916. 

Page 53. — The Hon bl = Leopold 
Florence Scarlett, Lieutenant Royal 
Navy, was lost, aged 25, in H.M. 
Australian submarine AE 1, 14 Sep- 
tember 1 9 14. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 80.— The 
Rev. Alfred Nathaniel Holden, Baron 
Scarsdale, died, aged 84, at Kedleston, 
co. Derby, on Thursday, 23 March, 
and was buried there on Tuesday, 28 
March 1916. 

George Nathaniel, Earl Curzon, K.G., 
married 2ndly in the private chapel 
of Lambeth Palace, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 2 January 191 7, Grace 
Elvina, widow of Alfred Duggan of 
Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

SCHOMBERG. Vol. 1, page 209.— 
Josephine Ellen, 2nd daughter of Joseph 
Trigge Schomberg, Q.C., died, aged 72, 
at Oxford, on Christmas Day, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Wolvercote, 
co. Oxford, 30 December 1914. 

SCOTT. Vol. 15, page 127 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xlii.) — Sir 
James William Scott, Baronet, died, 
aged 77, at Beech House, Bolton-le- 
Moors, co. Lancaster, on Monday, 
4 August i9r3. 



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SCOTT, continued. 

Sir Samuel Haslam Scott (who suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd Baronet) and 
Carmen Estelle his wife, have further 
issue a son, James Philip Edmund 
Scott, born at Linthwaite, Windermere, 
co. Westmorland, 13 August 1916. 

Page 128. — Sybil Mary Gella, only 
child of George Frederick Scott, was 
married at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London, on Friday, 26 March 
1915, to Charles Llewellyn Wynne- 
Jones, 17 th Lancers, only son of the 
Very Rev. Llewellyn Wynne-Jones, 
Dean of St. Asaph. 

SEFTON. Vol. 10, page 157.— The 
Hon ble Cecil Richard Molyneux, 
Midshipman Royal Navy, was killed 
in the North Sea battle off Jutland on 
Wednesday, 31 May 1916. 

Addenda, Vol. 15, page xxvii. — Lady 
Evelyn Mary, only daughter of Osbert 
Cecil, Earl of Sefton (see page fj?), 
died, aged 14, at Croxteth, Liverpool, 
on Tuesday, 26 June 1917. 

Page 159. — Captain the Hon ble 
Henry Hervey Molyneux, R.N., died, 
aged 73, at Shoreham Place, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, 23 September 1915. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 107.— 
Blanche, 3rd daughter of Lancelot 
Shadwell, died, aged 63, at 2 1 Notting- 
ham Place, Marylebone, London, on 
Saturday, 19 August, and was cremated 
at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 23 August 19 16. 

Page in. — Francis Bradby Shadwell 
died at Old Windsor, co. Berks, on 
Tuesday, 9 February 1915. 

SHEDDEN. Vol. n, page 29.— 
Graham Percival Shedden, Lieutenant 
35th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison 
Artillery, was killed in action, aged 28, 
on Saturday, 31 October 19 14. 

SHEPPARD. Vol. 15, page 187.— 
Eleanor Julia, wife of Walter Allen 
Sheppard, died, aged 47, at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 5 December 1907, and was 
buried in the Abbey Cemetery, Bath. 

Walter Allen Sheppard of Christ- 
church, New Zealand, died, aged 79, 
at Bath, 24 July 1915, and was buried 
in the Abbey Cemetery, Bath. 

Page 188.— Douglas Sheppard died, 
aged 29, at Glasgow, 16 March 1910, 
and was buried in the Abbey Cemetery, 
Bath. 



SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 24 (and 
Addenda, Vol. IJ, page xxxv.) — James 
Huntly and Ethel Mary Dutton have 
further issue a daughter, Juliet 
Elizabeth, born at Edmondthorpe, 
Oakham, co. Rutland, on Friday, 28 
May 1915. 

Page 24 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixiii.) — Commander Arthur Biand- 
reth Scott Dutton, R.N., and Doriel 
his wife have issue a daughter, Julia 
Meliora, born at 6 Onslow Houses, 
South Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 26 November 1914. 

SHIRLEY. Vol. 12, page 90.— Walter 
Knight Shirley succeeded his cousin, 
Sewallis Edward Shirley, as nth Earl 
Ferrers, 27 July 1912. 

SHUTTLEWORTH. Vol. 13, page 
167 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page Ixiii). — 
The Hon ble Lawrence Ughtred Kay- 
Shuttleworth, Captain Royal Field 
Artillery, and Selina Adine his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Rosemary 
Florence Angela, born at Barbon Manor, 
Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmorland, on 
Sunday, 12 September 1915; and a 
son, Ronald Orlando Lawrence Kay- 
Shuttleworth, born at 28 Prince's 
Gardens, South Kensington, on Sunday, 
7 October 191 7. The Hon ble Lawrence 
Ughtred Kay - Shuttleworth, Captain 
Royal Field Artillery, served with British 
Expeditionary Force (mentioned in 
despatches) and was killed in action, aged 
29, at Vimy, on Friday, 30 March 191 7. 
Page 167.— The Hon ble Edward 
James Kay-Shuttleworth, Captain Rifle 
Brigade, married at St. Peter's, Babra- 
ham, co. Cambridge, on Saturday, 
5 December 1914, Sibell Eleanor Maud, 
2nd daughter of Charles Robert Whor- 
wood Adeane, C.B., of Babraham Hall, 
co. Cambridge, D.L. They have issue a 
daughter, Pamela Catherine Mabell, 
born at 22 Launceston Place, Kensing- 
ton, on Friday, 17 September 1915; 
and a son, Charles Ughtred John 
Kay-Shuttleworth, born at Home Farm 
House, Babraham, on Sunday, 24 
June 19 1 7. The Hon ble Edward James 
Kay-Shuttleworth, after serving with the 
British Expeditionary Force and as 
Staff Captain 218th Infantry Brigade 
(mentioned in despatches), and on 
his way to duty, was accidentally killed 
near Witham, co. Essex, on Tuesday, 
10 July 1917- 



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SHUTTLEWORTH, continued. 

The Hon ble Catherine Blanche, 
youngest daughter of Ughtred James, 
Baron Shuttleworth, was married at St. 
Bartholomew's, Barbon, co. Westmorland, 
on Wednesday, 22 August 1917, to 
Charles Symonds Leaf, Lieutenant East 
Kent Regiment (The Buffs), attached to 
Machine Gun Corps, only son of 
Walter Leaf of Heatherside House, 
Camberley, co. Surrey, and of Sussex 
Place, Regent's Park, London. 

SIEVEKING. Vol. 11, page 1 7 7. —Dame 
Jane, widow of Sir Edward Henry 
Sieveking, died, aged 89, at 23 Devon- 
shire Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Wednesday, 10 March, and was buried 
in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke 
Newington, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
13 March 1915. 

SIMPSON. Vol. 10, page 150.— Walter 
Anthony Simpson, Trooper Canadian 
Mounted Rifles, was killed in action, 
in France, aged 28, 2 December 1915. 

SIMPSON. Vol. 15, page 89.— Edward 
Simpson died at Matfield Green, Pad- 
dock Wood, co. Kent, 22 November, 
and was buried at Matfield 25 November 

1911. Will dated 24 September 1868, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 500, 12) 15 March 

1912, by Catherina Thorpe Simpson, the 
relict. Catharina Thorpe, his widow, 
died, aged 78, at The Glen, Matfield, 
on Wednesday, 1 1 March, and was 
buried at Matfield 14 March 1914 
(see Pedigree of Potts, Vol. 14, 
page 80.) 

Page 90. — Robert John Simpson 
married at Littleham, co. Devon, on 
Tuesday, 21 April 19 14, Mary Egerton, 
2nd daughter of W. A. Egerton Williams 
of Littleham, co. Devon. They have 
issue two sons, John Egerton Simpson, 
born at Ivydene, Forest Hill Road, 
Forest Hill, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
13 February, baptised at St. Augustine's, 
Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, on 
Sunday, 25 April 1915; and Hugh 
Thorpe Simpson, born at the same 
place on Sunday, 4 February, baptised 
at St. Augustine's, Honor Oak Park, 
on Sunday, 22 April 191 7. 

SKEELS. Vol. 5, page 20.— Martha, 
widow of Edward Serocold Skeels, 
died at 23 Roehampton Lane, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 29 January 1914. 



SKINNER. Vol. 10, page 128.— 
Lilian Frances, youngest daughter of 
Charles Lancelot Andrewes Skinner, 
was married at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, 
London, on Thursday, 11 May 1916, 
to the Rev. Stanley Patricius Lamp- 
lugh Curwen, 3rd son of the Rev. 
Alfred Francis Curwen, Rector of 
Harrington, co. Cumberland, J. P., by 
Beatrice Cervinia, his 1st wife, daughter 
of John Hills, Recorder of Rochester ; 
born at Weyhill Rectory, co. Hants, on 
Sunday, 9 April 1876 ; Rector of 
Workington, co. Cumberland, 1905. 

Philip John Lancelot Skinner, Sub- 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, was drowned in 
the sinking of H.M.S. " Formidable" in 
the English Channel, on Friday, 1 
January 1915. 

SMITH. Vol. 2, page 131. — Augusta 
Elizabeth, younger daughter of Sir 
Charles Joshua Smith, baronet, and widow 
of the Rev. Laurence George Capel Cure 
(see Pedigree of Cure, page 24), died 
at Stour Provost Rectory, co. Dorset, 
on Sunday, 14 November 191 5. 

SOMERS. Vol. 2, page 15.— Agnes Eliza- 
beth, wife of Benjamin Edward Somers, 
died at Langfoid, co. Somerset, on 
Good Friday, 2 April, and was buried at 
Burrington,co. Somerset, on Wednesday, 
7 April 191 5. 

SPARROW. Vol. 1, page 227.— Alice, 
widow of William Mander Sparrow, 
died at Rinley Manor, near Shrewsbury, 
23 March 1895. 

Page 228. — Emma, 2nd daughter of 
William Hanbury Sparrow, and widow of 
Thomas Henry Fowke, died, aged 81, 
at Penn Court, co. Stafford, on 
Wednesday, 3 June 1896. 

Page 230. — Cara Cecil Audrey, eldest 
daughter of Cecil Blair Sparrow, was 
married at St. John-the-Baptist's, Church 
Preen, co. Salop, on Saturday, 6 January 
19 1 7, to Major John Godfrey Bolle 
Bosvile, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 
only son of Godfrey Bosvile. 

Page 231. — Alan Bertram Hanbury 
and Christina Annie Margaret Sparrow 
had further issue a son, Brian Hanbury 
Sparrow, born at The Uplands, Tetten- 
hall, Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, on 
Wednesday, 7 October 1896. 

Arthur Alan Hanbury Sparrow, 
D.S.O., M.C., Captain Royal Berkshire 
Regiment, married at St. George's, 



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SPARROW, continued. 

Hanover Square, London, on Thursday, 
27 December 1917, Ileen Margaret A., 
only child of William Bullough Gray. 

Addenda, Vol. 2, page vi. — Ruth 
Margaret Sillery, only daughter of 
Alan Bertram Hanbury Sparrow (see 
page 2ji), was married by special licence 
at Holy Trinity, South Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 5 June 1915, to 
Sir William Lorenzo Parker, Baronet, 
of Blackbrook House, Fareham, co. 
Hants. 

SPEDDING. Vol. 13, page 158 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xxvi.) — Major 
Charles Rodney and Constance Mildred 
Edith Spedding had further issue a son, 
John Wolfe Rodney Spedding, born at 
13 Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, 
on Wednesday, 17 February 191 5. 
Major Charles Rodney Spedding was 
killed on active service, near Soissons, 
France, 16 September 19 14. 

SPOONER. Vol. 16, page 146 {and 
Addenda, Vol. zy, page xxxv.) — Henry 
D'Esterre and Netta Spooner have issue 
a son, Philip D'Esterre Spooner, born at 
i Brunswick Gardens, Campden Hill, 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 1 5 
December 19 14, baptised at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington ; and Anthony 
Spooner, born at the same place on 
Sunday, 26 November 1916, baptised 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington. 

SPOONER. Vol. 17, page 53.— Lancelot 
Arthur Wetherell Spooner married at 
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 16 
September 19 12, Eileen, daughter of 
R. P. Gibbons of Auckland, New 
Zealand. They have issue a daughter, 
Iris, born at Rosperri, Melbourne, 
on Saturday, 11 July 1914. 

STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 92.— Stanley 
Frederick Stanford died at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, r January, and was 
buried at Thorpe-le Soken, co. Essex, on 
Friday, 5 January 191 7. 

Percy Stanford married at Great 
Oakley, co. Essex, on Saturday, 20 
January 191 7, Eva, eldest daughter of 
Charles Maurice Stanford of Colchester, 
co. Essex (see page pj). 

Page 93. — Alan Kinderley Stanford, 
29th Vancouver Battalion, was killed 
in action at St. Eloi, France, 19 April 
1916. 



STARKIE. Vol. 6, page 151 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 75, page xxviii.) — Piers 
Cecil Le Gendre Starkie, 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Flying Corps, and Cicely his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Rose Mary, 
born at Ribbleton Hall, Preston, co. Lan- 
caster, on Tuesday, 10 April, baptised at 
St. Joseph's, Preston, 25 April 1917. 

STOCKER. Vol. 17, page 180.— Hubert 
Goodman and Katharine Stocker have 
further issue a daughter, Hazel Crisp, 
born at The Rookery Farm, Westcott, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 10 April, baptised 
at Westcott on Monday, 15 May 19 16. 

STONE. Vol. 1, page 61 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page Ixv.) — Edward Stone, 
Captain 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's 
Bays), and Dora his wife have issue a 
daughter, born at 4 Lansdowne Place, 
Blackheath, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
20 February 19 15. 

Page 63. — Walter Napleton Stone, 
Captain Royal Fusiliers, was killed in 
action on Friday, 30 November 191 7. 

STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page 99.— 
Lieut.-Colonel Frederick Charles Strick- 
land-Constable died in a military 
hospital on Thursday, 20 December, 
and was buried at Sigglesthorne, co. 
York, on Thursday, 27 December 191 7. 
Page 100 (and Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page xxxvi.) — Henry Strickland, Com- 
mander Royal Navy, and Ida Mary 
Hazel his wife, have issue a daughter, 
Monica Lucy Ann, born at 6 Sumner 
Place, South Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 12 September 19 16. 

STUCLEY. Vol. 2, page 150 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page tvi.) — Hugh 
Nicholas Granville and Gladys Stucley 
have further issue a son, John 
Humphrey Albert Stucley, born on 
Wednesday, 12 July 1916. 

Page 150. — Major Humphry St. Leger 
Stucley, 1 st Battalion Grenadier Guards, 
died, aged 38, from injuries received 
in action near Ypres, Flanders, on 
Thursday, 29 October 1914. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 152.— 
Crossley Swithinbank married at St. 
Mary's, Guildford, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 9 September 1915, Phcebe 
Dingwall, younger daughter of Alexander 
Williams of Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. 



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TAUNTON. Vol. 4, page 163.— Basil 
Graham Taunton, Sergeant Royal 
Fusiliers, died, aged 31, on Sunday, 
22 July 19 1 6, from wounds received in 
action on the previous Friday. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 95.— Ermine 
Mary Kyffin, only child of Judge Taylor, 
K.C., was married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 15 November 1917, to 
Arthur Geoffrey Evans, 2nd son of 
Patrick Fleming Evans, Recorder of 
Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford, and 
of Lower Sapey, co. Worcester (see 
Pedigree of Evans, Vol. 4, page p6). 

TEAGUE. Vol. n, page 15.— George 
Fletcher Teague died, aged 71, at 32 
Hilldrop Road, Camden Town, London, 
on Sunday, 7 November, and was buried 
in Highgate Old Cemetery on Thursday, 
1 1 November 191 5. 

TEMPEST. Vol. 1, page 37.— John 
Hicks Graves and Henrietta Fiances 
Mary his wife assumed by Royal licence, 
dated 7 October 1909, the surname and 
arms of Tempest in lieu of Graves. He 
died on Monday, 11 January 1915. 

TEMPEST. Vol. 2, page 143.— Major 
Wilfrid Norman Tempest, Yorkshire 
Light Infantry, was killed in action 
on the Somme, France, 25 September 
1916. 

Audry Claire, youngest daughter of 
Wilfrid Francis Tempest, was married at 
St. James', Spanish Place, London, on 
Wednesday, 14 April 1915, to John 
Charters Symonds, Captain Army 
Service Corps, 2nd son of Charters 
Symonds. 

Page 144. — Aidan Joseph Tempest 
married at Kew Gardens Catholic 
Church, co. Surrey, 3 February 1913, 
Mary Blanche, 3rd daughter of 
James Donovan of Rathgar, Dublin. 
They have issue a son, Charles Desmond 
Tempest, born at Burleigh House, 
Broom Road, Teddington, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 17 September 19 14. 

TENNYSON. Vol. 14, page 94.— Charles 
Arthur Tennyson, Captain Royal 
Marine Light Infantry, married at St. 
Mary's, Chatham, co. Kent, on Monday, 
14 June 1915, Beatrice Helena, youngest 
daughter of Colonel Henry Francis 
Hornsby. 



TENNYSON, continued. 

Page 95 — Audrey Georgiana Florence, 
Lady Tennyson, died at Farringford, 
Freshwater, Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 
7 December, and was buried at 
Freshwater, on Monday, 1 1 December 
1916. 

The Hon ble Harold Courtenay 
Tennyson, Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
was killed on active service on Satur- 
day, 29 January, and was buried at 
Freshwater, Isle of Wight, on Tuesday, 
1 February 1916. 

Page 96. — Eleanor Bertha Mary, 
widow of the Hon ble Lionel Tennyson, 
and wife of the Rt. Hon ble Augustine 
Birrell, P.C., M.P., K.C., LL.D, 
died at Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 10 March, and was 
cremated at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, on Monday, 15 March 

>9'5- 

Page 96 (and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page Ixvi.) — Alfred Browning Stanley 
and the Hon bIe Margaret Cicely 
Tennyson have further issue a 
daughter Rachel, born at 39 Elm 
Park Gardens, Chelsea, on Thursday, 
14 October 1915. 

Page 96 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xlv.) — Charles Bruce Locker 
Tennyson, C.M.G., Legal Assistant 
Colonial Office, and Ivy Gladys 
his wife, have further issue a 
son, Charles Julian Tennyson, born 
at 22 Carlyle Square, Chelsea, on 
Sunday, 7 February 191 7. 

Page 97. — Matilda, 3rd daughter of 
the Rev. George Clayton Tennyson, 
died, aged 98, at Bournemouth, 
co. Hants, on Saturday, 31 July 
I9I5- 

TENTERDEN. Vol. 13, page 45.— 
Major Robert Gordon Handcock died, 
aged 58, atlver Heath, co. Buckingham, 
on Thursday, 13 December 1906. The 
Hon ble Audrey Mary Florence his widow, 
and eldest daughter of Baron Tenterden, 
was married 2ndly at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Thursday, 8 July 1915, to William 
Harry Nash of Woodlane House, Iver 
Heath. 

Page 46.— The Hon ble Sir Edward 
Charles Macnaghten, K.C., who suc- 
ceeded his father as 5th Baronet 17 
February 19 13, died, aged 55, at 
Dundarave, Bushmills, co. Antrim, on 
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THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 114.— 
Edward Alexander Thurbum died, 
aged 73, on Tuesday, 2 November, and 
was buried in Rothiemay Churchyard, 
co. Banff, on Friday, 5 November 1915. 

Page 115. — John Thurbum died, 
aged 70, at Reading, co. Berks, on 
Wednesday, 2 September 19 14. 

Page 116. — Isabella Jane, 7th 
daughter of William Thurbum, died, 
aged 64, at Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 17 October 1916. 

Page 118. — Robert James Eric 
Thurbum married at St. John's 
Pro -Cathedral, Buenos Aires, Argentine 
Republic, on Thursday, 12 December 
1912, Anastasia, 3rd daughter of 
Robert Gould, M.Inst.C.E., of Pine- 
croft, Pyrford, co. Surrey. They have 
issue two sons, the eldest, born at Haedo, 
Buenos Aires, on Sunday, 25 January 
1914, died in infancy ; and John Eric 
Thurbum, born at the same place on 
Saturday, T3 February 1915. 

Page 119. — Augustus Thurbum 
of East London, South Africa (eldest 
son of Lieut.- Colonel Felix Augustus 
Victor Thurbum), married 1 May 1S89, 
Helen Florence Giddy of South Africa. 
They have issue a daughter, Vera 
Marion, born 14 May 1895 ; and a 
son, Cecil Augustus Boyd Thurbum, 
born 23 May 1897, Lieutenant 9th 
Battalion The Sherwood Foresters 
(Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire) 
Regiment. 

Thory Vincent Thurbum of Thordis, 
Mount Tolmie, Victoria, British 
Columbia, Canada, married 18 May 
1889, Mary Mason of Tarpon Springs, 
U.S.A. They had issue a son, 
Augustus Edward Charles Sedgwick 
Thurbum, born 17 February 1890, 
educated at Victoria College, Victoria, 
British Columbia, joined the 88th 
Victoria Fusiliers 28 August 1914; 
received commission as 2nd Lieutenant 
9th Essex Regiment, and was severely 
wounded at Festubert, France, in June 
1916 ; afterwards served in Salonica 
in command of a draft of the 3rd 
Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps, with 
temporary rank of Captain, and was 
killed in action on a Balkan front 
29 May 191 7. They had further issue 
a daughter, Eileen Maude, born 24 
October 1896 ; and a son, Hector 
Thurbum, born 28 January 1899. 

Marion Clifford, 3rd daughter of 
Lieut.-Colonel Felix Augustus Victor 



THURBURN, continued. 

Thurbum, died at Effra, Bedwardine 
Road, Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 26 September, and was 
buried in Elmer's End Cemetery, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 29 September 1917. 

Page 119 (and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xxvii.)— The Rev. Martin Boyd 
and Elsie Thurbum have issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Mary, born at 
Lower Kingswood, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 31 December 1916. 

Page 120. — Eva Margarita, youngest 
daughter of Captain Henry Thurbum, was 
married at All Saints', Upper Norwood, 
co. Surrey, on Friday, 18 February 19 16, 
to Norman Protheroe Shand, son of 
A. Allan Shand ; born 24 December 
1885 ; Captain Norfolk Regiment. 

Reginald Phibbs and Luisa Caroline 
Thurbum had further issue a son, Erik 
James Ptolemy Thurbum, born at 
Temperley, Argentine Republic, 14 
August 1897, educated at Eastbourne, 
and at Uppingham, Lieutenant 
Scottish Rifles, attached to Royal Scots ; 
he was killed in action, aged 19, at 
Arras, France, on Monday, 9 April 191 7. 

Carolina Margarita, elder daughter of 
Reginald Phibbs Thurbum, was married 
at St. Mary's, Hendon, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 6 August 1915, to Richard 
Coventry Peache, Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers, son of Courthope Peache of 
Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex. 

THURSBY. Vol. n, page 93.— Dame 
Ella Beatrice, wife of Sir John Ormerod 
Scarlett Thursby, Baronet, died at 
Ormerod House, Burnley, co. Lancaster, 
on Saturday, 27 February, and was 
buried at Holme, co. Lancaster, on 
Tuesday, 2 March 1915. 

THURSFIELD. Vol. 14, page 184.— 
Laura, youngest daughter of John 
Hunt Thursfield, died at the Convent 
of the Holy Name, Malvern Link, co. 
Worcester, on Sunday, 18 February, 
and was buried at the parish church, 
Malvern Link, 22 February 19 17. 

TOWER. Vol. 2, page 34 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, page Ixvii.) — Christopher Cecil 
and Dorothy Cynthia Tower have 
further issue a son, Christopher Thomas 
Tower, born at Weald Hall, co. Essex, 
on Wednesday 16 June 1915. 
Christopher Cecil Tower, Lieutenant 
Essex Yeomanry, was killed in action, 



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TOWER, continued. 

aged 30, in France on Saturday, 2 
October 19 15. Will dated 6 April 

1 91 5, proved in the Principal Registry 
25 May 191 6, by Dorothy Cynthia 
Tower, relict, Hugh Christopher Tower, 
brother, and Edward Ashburner Manisty. 
Dorothy Cynthia Tower was married 
2ndly at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
Monday, 15 October 191 7, to the 
Hon ble Patrick William Maule Ramsay, 
2nd son of John William, Earl of 
Dalhousie, K.T. (see Pedigree of Surtees, 
page 203 0/ present volume). 

Page 34. — Hugh Christopher Tower, 
Captain Royal Flying Corps, was 
officially reported missing, believed 
killed in air action, on Tuesday, 19 
September 1916. 

TUDSBERY- TURNER. Vol. 1, 
page 191. — The Rev. Francis William 
Tudsbery Tudsbery, M A., died, aged 58, 
at Oxford, on Monday, 31 January 1916. 

TURNBULL. Vol. 15, page 194.— 
Thomas Montgomerie Turnbull, Captain 
Army Service Corps, married at The 
Cathedral, Bizerta, Tunisie, on Thurs- 
day, 6 December 191 7, Marcella, 2nd 
daughter of Fernand Puget of Bizerta. 

Page 196. — Thomas Lancelot Gawain 
Turnbull, Honourable Artillery Com- 
pany, was killed in action, aged 22, at 
Ypres, on Thursday, 15 April 191 5. 

Page 198. — Richard Eric Turnbull 
married at St. Mary's, Canton, co. 
Glamorgan, on Saturday, 2 December 

1916, Phyllis Adeline, youngest daughter 
of John Francis of Plymouth Road, 
Penarth, co. Glamorgan. 

TURQUAND. Vol. 10, page 47.— 
Nettie Kate, youngest daughter of Paul 
Turquand, was married at the Con- 
gregational Church, Penge, co. Kent, to 
Raymond Taylor, 2nd Lieutenant 
Durham Light Infantry, youngest son 
of F. D. Taylor of Wolverhampton, co. 
Stafford. 

TUSON. Vol. 18, page 69.— Vernon 
Frederick Tuson, M.V.O., Lieutenant 
Royal Navy, died, aged 38, on 
Wednesday, 9 September 19 14. 

Page 70. — General Sir Henry Brasnell 
Tuson, K.C.B., died, aged 80, at 16 
Walpole Road, Surbiton, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 21 December, and was buried 
at Long Ditton, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
23 December 1916. 



TUSON, continued. 

Page 71. — Henry John Tuson,- Mid- 
shipman Royal Navy, was killed in 
action, aged 18, in the battle off Jut- 
land, on H.M.S. "Indefatigable," on 
Wednesday, 31 May 1916. 

Page 72. — Edward Jerome Burdett, 
Captain nth Rajputs, attached 89th 
Punjabis, Indian Army, was killed in 
action, close to the ruined village of 
Rouge Croix, Estaires, France, on 
Friday, 25 June 191 5. 

UPC HER. Vol. 3, page 26.— The 
Rev. Harry Berners Upcher died, aged 
73, at Broomhill, Saham, co. Norfolk, 
on Thursday, 22 November 1917. 

Addenda, Vol. 5, page viii. — Victoria 
Morley, younger daughter of Edward 
Berners Upcher (see page 26), was 
married at the parish church, Sher- 
ingham, co. Norfolk, on Thursday, 
8 February 191 7, to Ralph Sheldon 
Mansfield, R.E., only son of the 
Hon ble John William Mansfield of 
Edgebrook, Sberingham, by Edith 
Mary his wife, 2nd daughter of John 
Higson of Oakmere Hall, co. Chester ; 
born at 1 Campden Hill Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 19 
July 1892. 

Page 27. — Cecil Upcher, Lieutenant 
Norfolk Regiment, married at the parish 
church, Leatherhead, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 14 November 1916, Hilda 
Douglas, youngest daughter of Robert 
Ward of Oak Lawn, Leatherhead. 

Sidney Wodehouse Upcher, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy, was accidentally 
killed in the blowing up of H.M.S. 
" Vanguard " on Monday, 9 July 
1917. 

VAILLANT. Vol. 13, page 29.— 
Gertrude, elder daughter of Philip John 
Vaillant, and widow of William Henry 
Lindsey, died, aged 80, at Dandre House, 
Newport, co. Pembroke, on Saturday, 

15 May, and was buried in the church- 
yard at St. Mary's, Newport, 19 May 

Page 32. — David William Thomas 
died at the Benevolent Asylum, Dun- 
wich, Australia, aged 80, 15 September, 
and was buried in Dunwich Cemetery 

16 September 1912. 
Alice Frances Mary, elder daughter 

of Albert Vaillant, and widow of 
Francis Gerard, died, aged 54, at 
Strone, Hodgson's Avenue, Neutral 



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VAILLANT, continued. 

Bay, North Sydney, New South Wales, 
6 March 191 7, and was buried in Gore 
Hill Cemetery, North Sydney, the next 
day. 

Page 33. — John Balchin Vaillant died, 
aged 69, at 2 Whitehall Place, Gravesend, 
co. Kent, on Tuesday, 1 7 October, and 
was buried in Gravesend Cemetery on 
Saturday, 21 October 1916. 

Beatrice Nora, only daughter of 
John Balchin Vaillant, was married 
at St. James', Gravesend, co. Kent, 
on Saturday, 5 December 19 14, to 
Richard Mercer (4th son of George 
Albert Mercer of Collier Street, 
co. Kent, by Ann Jeffery his wife) ; 
born at Collier Street 24 September 
1882, baptised at All Hallows', Poplar, 
co. Middlesex, as an adult in 191 7. 

VASSALL. Vol 17, page 155. — Margery 
Graeme, eldest daughter of Harry 
Graeme Vassall, was married at St. 
Mary's, Fishponds, co. Gloucester, on 
Thursday, 28 December 1916, to 
Denys Francis Parr Coles, East York- 
shire Regiment, 3rd son of Hugh 
T. Coles of Elm Croft, Winterbourne 
Down, co. Gloucester. 

Phillips Saumarez Vassall, Captain 
7th (Service) Battalion Gloucestershire 
Regiment, was killed, aged 39, in action 
at Gallipoli on Saturday, 7 August 191 5. 

WADE. Vol. 4, page 140. — Susan Purdon, 
widow of the Rev. Albert Wade, died, 
aged 73, at Bentley Vicarage, Doncaster, 
co. York, in October 19 15. 

WALKER. Vol. 6, page 7.— Elizabeth 
Jackson, wife of Thomas Walker of 
Chapelthorpe Hall, Wakefield, co. York, 
died 7 April 191 7, and was buried in 
the churchyard at Sandal Magna, co. 
York. 

Annie Harriet, wife of the Rev. 
Herbert Milnes Walker, died 22 
February 1914. 

Addenda, Vol. 12, page Iviii. — William 
Henry Seeker, husband of Louisa 
Walker (see page 7), died at Chapel- 
thorpe Hall, Wakefield, on Tuesday, 
22 September 1914, and was buried 
at Lawnswood, Leeds. 

WALLER. Vol. 9, page 180.— Edith 
Walker, widow of William Naunton 
Waller, died, aged 69, at Mayfield, 
McKinley Road, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Monday, 13 December 1915. 



WALSINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 20.— 
Thomas, Baron Walsingham, married 
3rdly at St. George's, Campden Hill, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
12 November 1914, to Agnes Baird, 
daughter of Frederick Shand Hemming 
of Merrywood Hall, co. Somerset, 
and widow of Richard Dawson of 
Lealands, Hallingly, co. Sussex. His 
2nd wife, Marion, Lady Walsingham, 
died at Monte Carlo, 31 October 191 3. 
Page 23 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxxvii.) — Nigel and Florence 
Emily Frances de Grey have further 
issue a daughter, Barbara, born at 
30 Cambridge Street, Hyde Park, 
London, on Sunday, 18 July 191 5. 

WARD. Vol. 9, page 120. — Florence 
Dorothy, elder daughter of Arthur Ward, 
was married at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 4 September 1913, to 
Cecil Glanville Botham, only son of 
William Botham of Chorlton-cum- 
Hardy, co. Lancaster. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 61. — Augusta 
Mary, eldest daughter of Colonel Walter 
Warde, died, aged 7r, at Montroy, 
Wells, co. Somerset, on Monday, 8 
February 1915, and was buried there. 

Page 62. — Louisa Anne, wife of 
Lieutenant - Colonel Henry Murray 
Ashley Warde of Gallants, East Farleigh, 
co. Kent, died on Sunday, 24 December, 
and was buried at Wrotham, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, 28 December 1916. 

Page 63. — The Rev. Geoffrey 
Hodgson Warde (B.A. of Keble 
College, Oxford, 191 1, Chaplain to the 
Forces 1916) married at Upton Cross, 
co. Essex, on Saturday, 30 January 
191 5, Eileen Margaret, daughter of the 
Rev. Frederick Karslake Hodgkinson, 
Vicar of Upton Cross. 

Page 64. — Basil Charles Conroy 
Warde, 2nd Lieutenant Oxfordshire 
and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 
(formerly North -West Mounted Police), 
was killed at Guillemont 30 July 1916. 

WARWICK. Vol. 15, page 15.— Lieut.- 

Colonel Charles William Reginald, 2nd 
Earl of Feversham (to which title he 
succeeded his grandfather 13 January 
1915), of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
was killed in action 15 September 19 16. 
Page 16. — Phyllis Dorothy Lindsay, 
only daughter of Colonel the Hon ble 
Alwyn Henry Fulke Greville, was married 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 



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WARWICK, continued. 

16 October 1916, to Major Guy Elland 
Came Rasch, D.S.O. (younger son 
of Sir Frederic Came Rasch, Baronet, 
of Woodhill, Danbury, co. Essex ; born 
15 August 1885; 2nd Lieutenant 
Grenadier Guards 1 August 1907, 
Lieutenant 1908, Captain 19 14, Brigade- 
Major 1915; served in European War 
19 14 (mentioned in despatches, D.S.O. 
I9I5)- 

WATNEY. Vol. 1, page in. — Marianne 
Brook, widow of the Rev. James Watney, 
died, aged 69, at 33 Victoria Road, 
Gipsy Hill, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 
18 April, and was buried in Elmers End 
Cemetery, co. Kent, 20 April 19 15. 

Page 112. — Lucy Portmore, 4th 
daughter of the Rev. James Watney, 
died at Quetta Hospital, Baluchistan, 
on Friday, 2 November 191 7, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Quetta. 

Gilbert John Watney, Acting Pay- 
master Royal Navy, married at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
7 June 19 1 6, Dorothy Kate, daughter 
of Colonel Maurice Spencer of the 
Army Ordnance Department, Malta. 

Page 113. — Alice, youngest daughter 
of James Watney, died at Sunny Nook, 
Croydon, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
21 April, and was buried in Mitcham 
Road Cemetery, Croydon, 23 April 1917. 

WEBB. Vol. 8, page 12.— John Eustace 
Webb, M.B., R.N., died 6 August 1916, 
and was buried at St. Martin's, Looe, co. 
Cornwall. 

WEBB. Vol. 9, page 26 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 1 j, page xxiv.) — Geoffrey Fuller 
and Joan Hanbury Webb have issue a 
daughter, Ursula Mary, born at Brock- 
hurst, East Grinstead, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 30 November 191 5. 

Page 26. — Philip Edward Webb, 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers, was killed 
in action, aged 30, near Morval, France, 
on Monday, 25 September 1916. 

WELDON. Vol. 3, page 40.— William 
Henry Weldon, C.V.O.,Clarenceux King 
of Arms, married 2ndly at St. Andrew's, 
Carlisle Place, Westminster, on Thurs- 
day, 26 February 191 4, Annie, daughter 
of William Francis Dobson, M.A., 
Barrister-at- Law, of Bearsted House, 
co. Kent, and widow of Major John 
Stanley Lowe, King's Own Borderers, of 
Whitehall, Churchstow, co. Devon. 



WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 34.— Eugenia 
Mary, widow of Charles Caesar Welman, 
died, aged 78, at 27 Holmesdale Road, 
Hampton Wick, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 27 April, and was buried at 
Fulham, co. Middlesex, 2 May 19 17. 

Page 36. — Paul Arundell Welman, 
Lieutenant Duke of Cornwall's Light 
Infantry, of Trewarthenick, Grampound 
Road, Cornwall, married at Bareilly, 
India, on Monday, 5 February 191 7, 
Helen Clare, daughter of Thomas 
Sutherland Fitzpatrick of Bareilly, 
Indian Civil Engineer, Public Works 
Department. 

Henry Bolton Welman, Lieutenant 
Royal Marines, was killed in action, 
aged 23, at the battle of the Ancre, 
on Monday, 13 November 1916. 

Addenda, Vol. J, page viii. — 
Loveday Margaret, 4th daughter of 
Henry Acton Welman (see page 36), 
was married at Naini Tal, India, 16 
October 191 6, to Hay Ferrier, Captain 
48th Pioneers, Indian Army, eldest 
son of Major-General James Archibald 
Ferrier, C.B., D.S.O., of Almarah, 
Farnham, co. Surrey. 

WESCOMBE. Vol. 14, page 179 — 
Anna, wife of John Wescombe, was 
the 2nd daughter of Alexander Heale 
of Baytree House, Adsborough, co. 
Somerset, by Elizabeth his wife, eldest 
daughter of William [not Augustine] 
Pyne of Lyng, co. Somerset, and 
grand-daughter of Augustine Pyne of 
Lyng. 

Page 180. — Francis Wescombe died, 
aged 54, at Rowbarton, Taunton, co. 
Somerset, on Tuesday, 28 December 
1915, and was buried in St. James' 
Cemetery, Taunton, on Saturday, 1 
January 1916. M.I. 

WESTMORLAND. Vol. 18, page 81.— 
Anthony Mildmay Julian, Earl of 
Westmorland, married 2ndly at the 
parish church, Heme Bay, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 22 April 19 16, Catherine 
Louise, elder daughter of the Rev. John 
Samuel Geale, Pastor of the Baptist 
Church, Heme Bay. 

Page 82. — William Francis Henry, 
Earl of Londesborough, K.C.V.O., died 
at Bournemouth, co. Hants, on Tues- 
day, 30 October, and was buried at 
Londesborough, co. York, on Saturday, 
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WHELER. Vol. 8, page 83.— Sir Trevor 
Wood Wheler, Baronet, married at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 4 December 1915, Idris, 
youngest daughter of Sir Ernest Wood- 
ford Birch, K.C.M.G., by Margaret his 
wife, daughter of Laurence Niven. They 
have issue a daughter, Audrey Idris, 
born at 30 Harrington Gardens, South 
Kensington, 6 September 1916. 

WHELER. Vol 9, page 13.— Isabella 
Mary, 2nd daughter of the Rev. Henry 
Trevor Wheler, died, aged 77, at Rock- 
field, Frances Road, Windsor, co. 
Berks, on Saturday, 13 March 1915. 

WHITBY. Vol. 6, page 57 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xxviii.) — 
Herbert Bateson and Gladys Powys 
Whitby have further issue a daughter, 
Valerie, born 16 September 19 14. 

WHITTINGHAM. Vol. 8, page 46. 
Kathleen, widow of Major-General 
Ferdinando Santiago Nicolas Whitting- 
ham, C.B., died at 10 Willow Road, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Wed- 
nesday, 23 August, and was buried on 
Monday, 28 August 1916. 

WICKHAM. Vol. 1, page 250.— William 

Joseph Wickham, Captain 1st Battalion 
Scots Guards, was killed in action 
at Ypres, Flanders, on Saturday, 31 
October 1914, and was buried at 
Chateau Gheluvelt. 

Cyril Henry Wickham, Captain 1st 
Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died, aged 36, 
from wounds received in action at 
Armentieres, France (12 January) on 
Friday, 15 January 1915, and was buried 
there. 

WIGAN. Vol. 13, page 130.— The Rev. 
Herbert Wigan married at Clifton, 
co. Gloucester, on Tuesday, 20 April 
191 5, Hettie, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. Rees Herbert Morgan, Vicar 
of Bedwellty, co. Monmouth. 

Page 13 r and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xxxviii.) — Major John Tyson 
Wigan, D.S.O., Berkshire Yeomanry, 
and Aline his wife, have issue a son, 
born at 9 Prince's Gardens, Kensington, 
on Sunday, 2 January 1916. 

Page 135. — Dame Mary Harriet, 
widow of Sir Frederick Wigan, Baronet, 
died at Clare Lawn, East Sheen, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 10 April 1915- 



^A^IGAN, continued. 

Page 135 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page xlviii.) — Sir Roderick Grey Wigan, 
Baronet, and Hermine Mary Clara 
Graham his wife, have further issue a 
son, Alec Lewis Wigan, born at 
Roddam, Wooperton, co. Northumber- 
land, on Wednesday, 19 November 
1913; and a daughter, Joan Yvonne, 
born at Roddam on Sunday, 6 
December 19 14. 

Page 135. — Denis Grey Wigan, 
Captain 60th Rifles, married at Babra- 
ham, co. Cambridge, on Thursday, 
2i October 191 5, Madeline Mabel 
Ambrose, 3rd daughter of Charles 
Robert Whorwood Adeane of Babraham. 
They have issue a son born at 10 
Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, 
London, on Saturday, 30 September 
1916. 

Page 137. — Joyce Madeline, only 
child of Arthur Lawford Wigan, was 
married at the parish church, Windsor, 
co. Berks, on Saturday, 14 April 1917, 
to Paul Randle Feilden Mason, Captain 
The King's (Liverpool Regiment), son of 
Colonel Henry Paul Mason of Eden 
Place, Kirk by Stephen, co. Westmorland, 
J.P., D.L. 

Page 140. — Jeanie, wife of Harold 
Wigan, died at Belmont Park, Bed- 
hampton, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 
10 April 1917. 

Page 140 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xxxviii.) — Cecil Harman and 
Christine Frances de Coudray Wigan 
have further issue a daughter born at 
Dudley Bank, Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 21 May 1912 ; and 
a son born at Sherborne House, Upper 
Norwood, on Saturday, 21 November 
1914. 

WILBERFORCE, Vol. 16, page 126.— 
The Ven bl<: Albert Basil Orme Wilber- 
force, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster, 
died, aged 75, at 20 Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, on Saturday, 13 May, and 
was buried in the cloisters, Westminster 
Abbey, on Thursday, 18 May 19 16. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. 1, page 42 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 15, page xxxi.) — Bertram 
Leopold and Vera Mary Williams have 
further issue a son, Peter Robert 
Williams, born 21 July 1913. 

Page 43. — William Phillpotts Williams 
died, aged 56, atTrewithan, Liskeard, co. 
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WILLIAMS. Vol. 10, page 62.— Major 
Henry Frederick Williams, Royal 
Munster Fusiliers, died of wounds 
received in action, aged 56, on Monday, 
1 May, buried in the cemetery at 
Charlton, co. Kent, on Friday, 5 May 
1916. 

WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. Vol.8, 
page 39. — Michael Granville Lloyd 
Lloyd-Baker of The Cottage, Hardwicke, 
co. Gloucester, Captain Gloucestershire 
Yeomanry, was killed in action 23 
April 19 16 (see Pedigree of Baker, 
Vol. 7, page 157). 

WILLS. Vol. 15, page 31. — The Rev. 
Robert Merrick died, aged 70, at Holy 
Rood Vicarage, co. Hants, 1 2 February 
1917, and was buried in the cemetery at 
Southampton. 

Page 32. — Herbert McClellan Wills 
died at The Whim, Paignton, co. Devon, 
on Sunday, 21 February, and was buried 
at Collaton, co. Devon, on Wednesday, 
24 February 19 15. 

WILSON. Vol. 1, page 177.— Gordon 
Jacob Wilson, 2nd Lieutenant North- 
amptonshire Yeomanry, was killed in 
action, aged 33, at Neuve Chapelle, 
France, on Friday, 12 March 1915. 

WINDHAM. Vol. 7, page 42.— Admiral 
Charles Windham, C.V.O., died, aged 
65, at Reymerston Hall, Attleborough, 
co. Norfolk (the residence of his brother- 
in-law, Colonel Richard Charles Hare), 
on Saturday, 20 May, and was buried 
in St. George's Cemetery, Hanwell, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 24 May 19 16. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 12, page 74 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page xxxt.) — Gerald 
Woods Wollaston, M.V.O., and Olive 
his wife have further issue a son, 
Henry Woods Wollaston, born at 3 
Barkston Gardens, Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, T4 November 1916, bapt. 
at St. Jude's, South Kensington, 6 
January 191 7. 

Page 78. — Charlton James Wollaston 
died, aged 95, at Burnham, co. Somerset, 
on Saturday, 27 November 191 5. 

WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE. Vol.17, 
page 117. — Hilda Mary Douglas, 2nd 
daughter of the Rev. Henry Bazely 
Wolryche-Whitmore, was married at 
Marseilles, France, on Saturday, 19 



WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE, conid. 
December 1914, to Captain George 
Tristram Van der Gucht, 3rd Skinner's 
Horse, Indian Army, younger son of 
General T. E. Van der Gucht. 

Isabella Rose, his 3rd daughter, 
was married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 23 
February 1916, to George Thomas 
Hutchinson, Captain Queen's Own 
Oxfordshire Hussars. 

WOLTON. Vol. 8, page 127.— Kathleen, 
eldest daughter of Cordy Samuel Wolton 
of Lavenham Hall, co. Suffolk, was 
married at Lavenham on Thursday, 18 
February 1915, to Ferdinand Atkins, 
J. P., British Columbia, late Senior 
Commissioner North-West Rhodesia. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 70 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 16, page xlix.) — The Rev. Edward 
Francis and Mary Catharine Byron 
Wood have issue a daughter, Mary 
Elizabeth, born at the Rectory, Hibald- 
stow, co. Lincoln, on Sunday, 7 February, 
baptised at Hibaldstow 28 February 
I9I5- 

WOOD. Vol. 11, page 112. — Henry 
James Theodore Wood died, aged 55, 
in London on Saturday, 19 January, and 
was buried at Littleton, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 23 January 19 18. 

WOODD. Vol. 9, page 66.— Eleanor 
Jane, daughter of Basil Thomas Woodd, 
and widow of Welbury James Mitton, 
died at Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
22 September, and was buried there 
25 September 19 15. Will dated 17 
November 1914, proved in the Principal 
Registry 5 November 1915, by the 
Rev. Trevor Basil Woodd and Florence 
Marten. 

Page 70. — Jane, widow of Charles 
Henry Lardner Woodd, died, aged 82, 
at Glenthorne, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
on Friday, 5 March, and was buried 
at St. John's, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 9 March 1915. Will dated 
11 November 191 1, proved in the 
Principal Registry 15 May 1915, by 
the Rev. Trevor Basil Woodd and 
Gertrude Jane Woodd. 

WOODHEAD. Vol. 14, page 167 — 
Robert Comber Woodhead, Captain 
Durham Light Infantry, was killed in 
action on Monday, 17 July 1916. 



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WOODTHORPE. Vol. 15, page 58.— 
Eveline, eldest daughter of Walter 
Woodthorpe, was married at Matagalpa, 
Nicaragua, Central America, 16 Decem- 
ber 1915, to David James Dagnall, son 
of James Richardson Dagnall of Rock 
Ferry, co. Chester. 

Muriel, 2nd daughter, was married 
at St. Luke's, Great Crosby, co. 
Lancaster, 8 July 1916, to Alan 
Kelson Deane, Lieutenant Royal Army 
Medical Corps (Territorial Force), son 
of Robert Charles Love Deane of 
Crowthorne, co. Berks. 

Page 61. — Dorothy Louisa, only 
daughter of Lewis James Woodthorpe 
of 1 1 1 Breakspears Road, Brockley, co. 
Kent, was married at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, 
on Thursday, 17 September 1914, 
to Henry Garrett, son of Henry 
Garrett of Belfast Bank, Newry, 
Ireland. 

WOOLLCOMBE. Page 66 of present 
volume. — Sarah Maria, youngest 
daughter of Vice-Admiral George Wooll- 
combe, died, aged 78, at Mordref, 
Plympton, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 
14 August 19 1 7. 

Page 67. — Lieutenant - Commander 
Charles George Ley Woollcombe, R.N., 
married on Thursday, 4 May 19 16, 
Gladys Mary, only daughter of the Rt. 
Rev. Francis Gurdon, Bishop of Hull 
(see Pedigree of Cranworth, Vol. 10, 
page 97). 

The Rev. Edward Percy Woollcombe 
was Curate of St. John-the-Divine, 
Kennington, co. Surrey, 1913-15, and 
appointed Chaplain to H.M. Forces 
I9I5- 

WOOLLCOMBE -BOYCE. Vol.16, 
page 28. — Harold Courtenay Wooll- 
combe-Boyce, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
was lost at sea, 8-9 February 191 7. 
Will proved at Gloucester 16 April 
19 1 7, by William Frederick Reynolds 
Woollcombe Boyce, uncle. 

WORSLEY. Addenda, Vol. iS, page 
xxii. — Francis Percy Campbell Pem- 
berton (husband of Winifred Mary 
Worseley, see Vol. 11, page 119), Captain 
2nd Life Guards, was killed in action, 
aged 29, on Monday, 19 October 
1914. 



WRIGHT. Vol. 14, page 37.— Isabella, 
only daughter of John and Anne Wright, 
and widow of the Rev. Edward Dale 
Galloway, died on Sunday, 5 October, 
and was buried in the churchyard at 
Pap worth Everard, co. Cambridge, 7 
October 1913. 

Page 40. — Edward Walton and Amy 
Wright have issue a son, Edward 
Hargrave Wright, born at Alton, co. 
Hants, on Wednesday, 24 July, baptised 
at All Saints', Alton, 23 October 
1912. 

WRINCH. Vol 8, page 115.— Sydney 
Walter Wrinch married at St. Michael's, 
Ipswich, co. Suffolk, on Wednesday, 
26 September 1917, Hilda Adelaide 
Frances, younger daughter of Samuel 
Oliver Eades, L.R.C.P., of 47 St. 
Helen's Street, Ipswich. 

Stanley Wrinch, 2nd Lieutenant 1st 
Suffolk Regiment, was killed in action in 
Flanders 8 May 19 16. 

ZETLAND. Page 170 of present 
volume. — Lady Charlotte Jane, 4th 
daughter of the Hon ble John Charles 
Dundas, died at 51 South Street, 
Park Lane, London, on Wednesday, 
30 January, and was buried at Easby, 
co. York, on Tuesday, 5 February 
1918. 

ZOUCHE. Vol. 18, page 212.— Darea, 
Baroness Curzon of Haryngworth, died 
at 114 Eaton Square, London, on Satur- 
day, 7 April, and was buried at Parham, 
co. Sussex, on Wednesday, n April 1917. 
She was succeeded in the title by her 
cousin, Mary Cecil, Lady Frankland, 
wife of Sir Frederick William Francis 
George Frankland, Baronet (see 
page 213). 

Page 213. — Mabel Isabelle, widow of 
Colonel George Augustus Curzon, was 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 29 August 
1 91 7, to Lieut.-Colonel Francis John 
Paul Butler, 18th Hussars, son 
of Paul Butler of Wyck Hill, co. 
Gloucester. 

Page 214. — The Hon ble Emily Anne, 
daughter of the Hon ble Edward Cecil 
Curzon, and wife of Augustus Frederick 
Wentworth Gore, died, aged 75, at 
98 Bishop's Mansions, London, on 
Monday, 5 November 191 7. 



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