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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five hundred copies only of the Twentieth 
Volume of the ''Visitation of England and 
Wales" have been printed at my Private 
Press. This copy is No. 434 



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" Grove Park Press," 

270 Walworth Road, S.JS. if 



Visitation 



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Cnjlanti anti Wales 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOL. 20 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1919 



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MBSy 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Acton of Gatacre Park, co, 

Salop .... 
Addington, Baron 
Alington of Swinhope, co, 

Lincoln 
Arbuthnot, Baronet 
Arbuthnot and Arbuthnot- 

Leslie 
Arkwright, formerly of 

Hampton Court, co. Here 

ford .... 
Aylesford, Earl of 
Baker of Bayfordbury, co 

Hertford ... 
Blofeld of Hoveton House, 

CO. Norfolk . 
Burreli, of Knepp Castle, co 

Sussex 
Bush, formerly of Bradford-on 

Avon, CO. Wilts . 
Challinor of Pickwood, co, 

Stafford 
Chevallier of Aspall Hall 

CO. Suffolk ... 
Clive of Perrystone Court, co, 

Hereford, and of Ballycroy 

CO. Mayo 
Clive of Whitfield, co, 

Hereford 
CoBBOLD of Holywells, Ipswich 

CO. Suffolk . 
Crispin of Dodbrooke Manor, 

CO. Devon . 



124 
182 



33 
60 



75 

148 
100 

53 
193 

83 
198 

45 



132 

129 

21 

200 



Curtler of Bevere House, 
Claines, co. Worcester . 104 

Duddridge of Bicknoller, co. 
Somerset . . . .144 

End, formerly of Wood Hall, 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey . . 204 

Fanshawe .... I 

Fellowes-Gordon of Knockes- 
poch, CO. Aberdeen . . 87 

Fry of Finchley, co. Middle- 
sex . . . . .41 

Halsbury, Earl of . .156 

Janson 141 

Maughan of Collingwood 
House, Morpeth, co. North- 
umberland . . . .169 

Morris of Netherwood Manor, 
CO. Hereford . . -55 

Mortimer of Wigmore, Capel, 
CO. Surrey . . . .126 

Newcastle, Duke of . .18 

Ransome of Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk 

Reynolds 



Welwyn, co 
Wormald 



Orsett Hall, co. 



Rouse . 
Wagner 
Whitmore of 

Essex 
Wild . 
Wilshere of The Frythe, 



107 

SI 
196 

146 



Hertford . 



137 

17s 

202 
163 



1286446 



LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of the Duke of Newcastle 
Book-plate of "William Baker, Esq. Bayfordbury, 

Herts" 

Armorial Bearings of Arbuthnot, Baronet 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl of Aylesford 
Book-plate of "Francis H. D. C. WTiitmore" 
Armorial Bearings of the Earl of Halsbury . 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Addington 



To face page 1 7 



54 

59 

99 

140 

155 
181 



^etiisvees 




Arms on record itt tlti CoiUgeof Arms. 
Quarterly : 1st and 4lh, Or a chevron 
between three fleur-tle-lis sahle ; 2nd 
and 3rd [leiitg an aui^inentation granted 
8 Febniary ib4q to Kichard Fatt:.l:awe, 
Retiienibraiiier of the Exchequer and 
others), Chequy argent and azure a 
cross gules. 

Crest. — A dragon's head erased or 
flames of fire issuing from the mouth 
proper. 

Mottoes. — I, In cruce victoria ; 2, Dux 
vitje ratio. 



J^^Ovry 



jrans{)atoe. 



General Henry Fanshawe of Fanshawe Gate-j=Susanna Frances, 
in Dronfield, co. Derby, and of Dengey Hall, I 2nd dau. and coheir 
CO. Essex (only son of Simon Fanshawe of of Charles le Grys 






c/a^fwAd 



a^c>e 




Fanshawe Gate, Dengey Hall, and Great 
Singleton, co. Lancaster, M.P. [grandson of 
William Fanshawe of Great Singleton, see 
''Notes" to Visitation oj England and Wales," 
Vol. 6, page /jj], by .Althea his wife, 2nd 
dau. of William Snelling of Holborn, co. 
Middlesex); born 5 May 1756; Ensign :st 
Regiment of Foot Guards 4 October 1770; 
Lieut.- Colonel 83rd Foot i June 1781 ; 
accompanied the Empress Catherine to Russia 
and became a General in her service ; Governor 
of Kioo, and General-in-Chief and Governor- 
General of Kieff and afterwards (Governor of 
the Crimea ; served under the Duke of 
Wurteniburg ; the golden sword was conferred 
on him by the Empress Catherine for brave 
and gallant m.ilitary services ; Order of the 
Knight of St. George 1789 and the Great 
Cross of St. Vladimir ; Russian 
Senator at Warsaw ; died at 
Warsaw 23 February, bur. 
in the Protestant Cemetery, 
Warsaw, 27 February 1828. 



of Morton-on-the- 
Hill. CO. Norfolk; 
marr. 24 February 
1778 ; died at CaflTa 
6 September 1806, 
bur. at Kertch, in 
the Crimea. 



dUiM/COfU^LcL^ e^r 



•yu/ri^ct^ 



o/ii£yx^ 



Anna Maria (his= 
cousin), dau. of 
Lieut. - General 
John Jenkinson, 
Under Clerk of the 
Board of Green 
Cloth ; marr. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 3 May 1810 ; 
died at Hyeres, 
France, 1 3 De- 
cember 1818. ist 
wife. 



=-Rear- Admiral Henry Fanshawe of Fanshawe Gate and- 
Dengey Hall, and of 'I'ilbuster Lodge, Godstone, co. 
Surrey; born at Shiplake, co. Oxford, 9 December 1778; 
of the Russian Navy and afterwards entered the British 
Navy as A. B. 8 September 1798, served at the blockade 
<)f Cadiz 1797-99, '" ''it^ expedition to Holland in 1799; 
in 1801 accompanied the force sent against Egypt, where 
he served on shore as Midshipman in the battles of 8, 
13, and 21 March; Lieutenant 25 May 1805; surrendered 
the "Grasshopper" to the Dutch fleet in the Texel 
24 December iSii to avoid foundering; Post- Captain 
7 June 1814, retired 1846; Rear -Admiral 9 October 
1849; Knight of St. Vladimir of Russia; died at Tilbuster 
Lodge, Godstone, g August 1856, bur. at Godstone. 



■■Caroline, 3rd dau. of 
Francis F o w n e s- 
Luttrell, Commissioner 
of Customs, D.C.L., 
by Charlotte his wife, 
youngest dau. of Francis 
Drewe of Grange ; 
marr. 20 January 1823; 
died, aged 70, at Til- 
buster Lodge,Godstone, 
12 March 1863, bur. at 
Godstone. 2rd wife. 



Patty, dau. of the=f=Rev. Charles Robert Fanshawe= 
of Fansliawe Cate, in Dron- 
field, CO. Derby; born 4 April 
1780; died 7 August 1859. 



Rev. Robert Faithfull 
of Warfiekl, co. 
Berks, istwife. 



A 



{For issue see Pedigree of Fanshawe, 
Vol. 14, page 105.) 



=Jane, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. James Williams, 
Rector of Maldon, 
CO. Essex, and wife. 



Thomas Edward Fanshawe, 
born 4 May, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 23 
May 1781 ; died in Russia 
1794-97. 



Major - General William=f= Pauline de Meisner, Frederick George Fan-=r=Fran9oise Marie Sumian 



Simon Fanshawe, born at 
Ghent, Belgium, in 1784. 



born in 1791. 



shawe, born at Cherson, 
Russia, in March 1788. 



A 



de ChSteauneuf, born 
circa 1782. 



A 



{^For issue see page 4.) 



{For issue seepage 6.) 



General George Fanshawe, born 10 August 1789 ; entered the Russian Service= 
and was received on the Staff 6 March 1807, Under Lieutenant November 
following ; took pari in the campaign of 181 2 on the French invasion of Russia 
by Napoleon, and was present at the battles of Witebisk, Smolensk, and Boro- 
dino (wounded, received the golden sword with the inscription " For bravery "), 
A.D.C. to General Fowke ; took part in the battle of 'I'arontino same year; 
present at the storming of the entrenchments of Borissow, in protecting the 
passage of the Berezina (Order of St. Vladimir with the swords) ; after the 
battle of Molodec/.no he was commissioned by the Marshal, Prince Koutousoff, 
to convey to St. Petersburg the trophies taken from the French in that 
engagement; took part in the campaign of 1813, being present at the battles 
"of Liitzen, Bautzen and Dresden, and the complete defeat of General 
Vandamme (wounded, promoted Lieutenant, Cross of St. Anne, 2nd-class, and 

the Russian Cross for tlie battle of Kulm); took part in the French campaign of 1814, at the battles 
of Brienne, Ferchampenoise and the taking of Paris, received the Orders of Leopold of Austria, of 
Maximilian of Bavaria and the Cross of Prussia; in the campaign of Turkey in 1828 took part 
in the siege of Adrianople ; promoted to the rank of General of a Division in 1835; A.D.C. to the 
Emperor of Russia and to the Grand Duke Constantine ; retired from active military service in 1842, and 
was made Privy Counsellor and Senator for the Warsaw Department of the Directing Senate; Permanent 
Member of Council of State of the Kingdom of Poland 1861 ; Knight of tiit Great Cross and Bands, the 

White Eagle and St. Stanislaus, and the Cross of St. George of Russia; 

also the Prussian Order of the Red Eagle and the Iron Cross ; died, 

. y aged 78, at Warsaw y'j May, and was buried there with military 

■ e^ — £?W>»-'Xjt»\v> honours 15 May 1867. 



i=Louise Bonnet 


Sophia, 


de Belon, born 


born 


in 1802 ; niarr. 


m 1791, 


at Warsaw 1 1 


and 


May 1824; 


died the 


died at Henry- 


same 


cow, near War- 


year. 


saw, 29 August 




1876, bur. at 




Warsaw. 






B 




General Charles=Althea Hedwige Edward Fanshawe,= 



Alexander Fan- 
shawe of Grodno, 
Russia. 

{See next page.) 



(his cousin), born 
at Warsaw 2 1 
February 1825 ; 
marr. there 18 Oc- 
tober 1848; died 
2 April 1 9 16. 



youngest son 

of Major-General 
WiUiam Simon Fan- 
shawe ; born at 
Bielsk, Lithuania, 
in October 1826 ; 
died at Dresden, 
Germany, in 1865, 
bur. there. 



=EmiIy Henrietta (his cousin), born 
at Warsaw 9 January 1827 ; marr. 
there 22 February 1854; died at 
Dresden 29 August 1901, bur. 
there. She married 2ndly at 
Warsaw, 27 September 1877, 
Baron Nicolas de Rummell, who 
died at Warsaw the same year 
and was buried there. 



{See page j.) 



George Fanshawe, 
born 1 1 November 
1828; died 16 July 
1829. 



George Louis Joseph Fanshawe of Warsaw ; born at ^^'arsaw 
23 September 1830; died unmarried at Warsaw 15 June 
1904, bur. there. 



Louisa, born 
in 1833; died 
the same 
year. 



Baron Jean de Korff of Russia ;= 
died at Warsaw 1 1 December 
1883. 



=Sophy Caroline Rosa, born at Warsaw 16 
September 1839; marr. there 19 March 1871. 



Major-General William Simon F.nnshawe (4th son of General 
Henry Fanshawe of Fanshawe Gate in Dronfield, co. Derby, 
and of Dengey Hall, co. Essex) ; born at Ghent, Belgium, 
25 January 1784; Naval A.D.C. to the Russian General 
Coniiiianding against the French in March 1807 ; A.D.C. to 
the Prince of Oldenburgh in 1812 (severely wounded), and 
sent to Constantinople same year; received the Russian 
Order of St. Vladimir in December 1812; was A.D.C. to 
General Foch, Commandant of the 52nd Regiment o 
Chasseurs, 1815 ; Major-General in the Russian Service 
1821 ; died at Bielsk, Lithuania, 17 February 1829, bur. at 
Siemiatycze (Government of Grodno). 

{See page 2.) 



■Pauline de Meisner, 
born in 1791 ; marr. 
at Bialystok, Russia, 
15 October 1821; 
died at Koch 9 
December 1856, bur. 
at Siemiatycze. 



Henry Constantine 
Fanshawe, born at 
Bielsk 3 July 1823 ; 
was in the " Corps 
des Pages " in 
November 1832 ; 
died unmarried at 
Warsaw, Poland, 
in August 1853. 



General Charles Alexander 
Fanshawe of Grodno, Russia; born 
at Bielsk 22 October 1824 (the 
Emperor Alexander stood sponsor); 
Captain ist Hussars in the Russian 
Army, afterwards General in the 
Russian Service ; died at Dresden, 
Germany, 2 March 1870, bur. 
there. 



=Althea Hedwige (his cousin), eldest 
dau. of Lieut. - General George 
Fanshawe; born at Warsaw 21 
February 1825 ; marr. there 18 
October 1848; died, aged 91, at 
Dalveagh, Aberfoyle, co. Perth, 2 
April, bur. at Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, 6 April 19 16. 

(See previous page.) 



William Berkeley Monck of Coley Park, co. Berks (eldest son of= 
John Bligh Monck of Coley, by Elizabeth Margaret his wife, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Samuel Wildman Yates, Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Reading, co. Berks) ; born at Coley 8 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 3 June 1842 ; educated at Eton and at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 October i860, B.A. 1865; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 27 January 1868; J. P. for co. Berks; 
Mayor of Reading iS88; died at Coley Park 7 September, 
bur. at .Mdworth, co. Berks, 11 September 1905. Will proved in 
the Principal Registry 13 October 1906, by George Stanley 
Stephens Monck, the son. 



=Althea Pauline Louise, born 
at Warsaw, 15 August, 
bapt. there i November 
1849; marr. at the English 
Embassy, afterwards at All 
Saints', Dresden, 25 Sep- 
tember 1872 ; died at Crow- 
thorne, co. Berks, on I'Viday, 
2 May, bur. at Aldworth on 
Tuesday, 6 May 1913. 



A 

{See Pedigree of Monck, Vol. 2, page 7jj, and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xliii.) 



Edward Fanshawe,^Emily Henrietta (his cousin), 2nd dau. of Lieut.-General George Fanshawe ; 

bom at Bielsk, born in Warsaw, Poland, 9 January 1827; marr. there 22 February 1854; 
died at Dresden, Germany, 29 August 1901, bur. there, having married 
2ndly at Warsaw, 27 September 1877, Uaron Nicholas de Rummell, who 
died at Warsaw the same year and was bur. there. 



Lithuania, 31 Oc- 
tober 1826 ; died at 
Dresden, Germany, 
25 January 1865, 
bur. there. 



(See page 3.) 



Caroline Emily, 
born at Siemia- 
tycze, Russia, 2 
November 1850. 



Evelyn Leighton Fanshawe of Dalveagh, Aberfoyle,= 
CO. Perth (youngest son of Admiral Sir Edward Gennys 
Fanshawe, G.C.B., by Jane his wife, elder dau. of John 
Cardwell of Liverpool) ; born in Chester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, Lotidon, on Friday, 30 June 1854, bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Pancras, London ; educated at Rugby and at 
Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 15 Octoberi873, B.A. 
1877 ; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 17 November 
1879 ; died, aged 54, at Delrow, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
on Friday, 15 January 1909, bur. at Bournemouth. Will 
dated 19 April 1904, with codicil dated 14 December 
1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 573, 1909) 2 April 1909, by 
Admiral Sir Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe, brother, and 
John Edward Fanshawe, cousin. 



^Frances Sophia 
(his cousin), born 
at Siemiatycze 
25 July 1854; 
marr. at Dresden 
on Saturday, 15 
October 1887. 



{See Pedigree of Fanshawe, Vol. 15, page 21, 
and Addenda. Vol. 16. page xx.) 



Frederick George Fanshawe of Grodno, Russia (5th son^Frangoise Marie 



of General Henry Fanshawe of Fanshawe Gate and 
Dengey Hall, co. Essex) ; born at Cherson, Russia, 6 
March 1788 ; of the Regiment of Guards of SemenofTski ; 
Secretary to the Russian Embassy at Constantinople 
1806 ; Chamberlain to the Emperors Alexander I., 
Nicholas I., and A. D.C. to the Emperor Alexander, 
and accompanied the Emperor to England on the 
visit of the allied Monarchs in 1814 ; was in 
Constantinople with the Russian Ambassador in 
1807, and with him was sent to the Seven Jonvers 
Prison ; A. D.C. to his father at the siege of Danzig 
18 1 3, and on giving up that town to the Prussians, 
the King sent him the Order of Merit ; sent 
to pacify the Poles during the insurrection, but was 
assassinated by them 
at Warsaw 15 August ^y y 

183 1, and was bur. Ca£^^>.^y '^l^^&d. 
at St. Petersburg. ^ .yr-i^ _ •/"^^ <=« 

{Ste page 2.) 




Sumian de 
Chateau - neuf ; 
\>oxn circa 1782; 
married circa 
1819; died 6 
November 1858, 
bur. at St. 
Petersburg. 



born circa 1835 ; marr. at 
Wiesbaden, Prussia, 23 
October 1864; died at 
Tsarkoe Selo, Russia, in 
March 1878, bur. at St. 
Petersburg, ist wife. 



Natalie ArbuzzoflT of Russia ;_Lieut.-General Constantine Henry Fanshawe=j=Elizabeth Alma, 

'of Grodno and Siedlec, Russia; born at dau. of Alfred 
Warsaw 21 October (old style), 1822; of Wilton; born at 
the Imperial Guard Regiment, Lieut.- Lowestoft, co. 
General in the Russian Army ; Governor Suffolk, 9 Sep- 
of the Augustow districts 1861, and of Badom tember i860 ; 
1863; died in the Military Hospital, Warsaw, marr. 20 May 
6 June (old style) 1886, bur. at Warsaw. 1879 (old style). 

Siie married 

2ndly at Siedlec 
28 October 
1889 (old style), 
Colonel Gregory 
Slobodinsky, who 
died circa 1905. 
2nd wife. 




Vera, born at Warsaw 29 September (old 
style) 1S65 ; marr. at St. Petersburg 
26 January (old style) 1884, Jacques 
Kolzakoff ; this marriage was dissolved. 
She married 2ndly at Belgorod 9 January 
1905, Prince Alexander Wolkonsky, 
born drca 1883. 



Serge MichailofT Roslovlefir,=01ga, born at Warsaw 
Lieutenant in the Imperial 20 February (old style), 
Russian Navy; born circa 1867; marr. at St. 
1866; killed in the Russo- Petersburg 18 May 
Japanese War 1904-1905. 1890; died at Tzarkoe 

Selo 23 March (old 
style) 1904. 



Sophia, died at Reval, Russia, in 1897, bur. 
there, having married Baron Alexander de 
Wrede of the province of Esthonia, General 
Officer. 



Frances, born at Warsaw in 1824; died at 
Reval, Russia, i^ June i88o, bur. there, 
having married Jules de Ramm of Esthonia. 



of 



Serge Roslovleff; 



Lion Fanshawe, born at Warsaw 22 February=f=Helen, eldest daughter 

(old stj'le) 1880; of the Imperial Russian 

Navy ; served in the Russo - Japanese War 

1904-1905 ; taken prisoner at Port Arthur, and 

escaped from Tokio in February 1906 ; Torpedo 

Lieutenant April 1909, Commander of a 

"submersible" 1910; serving on the General 

Staff at St. Petersburg 1911-12 ; Captain of the 

destroyer " Karasch " January 1916, with which 

he served in the Black Sea Fleet. 



born at Vladivostock, 
Russia, 7 May 1891 
(old style) : marr. at 
the estate of Leecich- 
kino, in the district 
of Saratoff, Russia, 
17 April 1911. 



Lily, bom at Naples, 
Italy, 13 July (old 
style) 18S3 ; died at 
St. Petersburg 13 
November 1901 ; 
bur. there. 



Irene, born at St. Petersburg 
15 March 191 2. 



Tatiana, born 7 January 
(old style) 1914. 



7 



Cfjeballier of aspall 3|all, to. ^uffolfe. 

Arms. — Argent on a cross gules five escallops of the field. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased argent langued gules. 
Motto. — Fidei coticula crux. 



Caroline, 7th= 
dau. of George 
Hepburn of 
Wisbecli, CO. 
Cam bridge, 
Captain Hon''''= 
East India 
Co.'s Service ; 
marr. at Long 
Mclford, CO. 
Sufloik, 19 
April 1808 ; 
died 9 Octo- 
ber 1815. ist 
wife. 



=Rev. John Chevallier, M.l)., of Aspall 
Hall, CO. Suffolk (5tli son of the Rev. 
Temple Chevallier, Rector of 15adiiig- 
hani, Cransford and Aspall, all co. 
Suffolk, by Mary his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. 'rhonias Fiske, Rector of Shinip- 
liiigthorne, co. Suffolk) ; bapt. at As))all 
30 August 1774; educated at the 
Grammar School, Bury St. Edmunds ; 
M.l). Edin. ; I'erpetual Curate of 
Aspall (of which he was patron) 181 7 ; 
succeeded his brother Clement as 
Vicar of Cransford 29 .^pril 1831; 
J. P. for CO. Suffolk; died at Aspall 
Hall 14 August 1846. Will dated i 
October 1845, proved (P.C.C. 16, 
47) 9 January 1847, by Elizabeth 
Chevallier, relict, and Barrington 
Chevallier, M.D., son. 



=Emily, 3rd dau.=j= 
of the Rev. 
Barrington Blom- 
field .Syer of 
Keddington, co. 
Suffolk; marr. 22 
October 1816, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 1 
October; died 21 
September 18 19. 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Cole of Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, formerly of 
Jamaica; n\A.xx. circa 
January 1821; died, 
aged 77, at Aspall 
Hall II December 

1869. Will dated 
18 September 1868, 
with codicil dated 
7 July 1869. proved 
at Bury St. Ed- 
munds 26 January 

1870, by the Rev. 
Charles Henry Che- 
vallier, son. 3rd 
wife. 



For issue see page 12.) 



Rev. Charles Boutell (son of the Rev. Charles Boutell, Vicar of Pulham St." 
Mary, co. Norfolk) ; born at Pulham St. Mary i August 181 2 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1834, and of Trinity College, 0,\fi)rd, incorporated 
II February 1836, M.A. 1836; Rector of Downham Market 1847-50, Vicar of 
Wiggenhall St. Mary, both co. Norfolk, 1847-55, Reader at St. Luke's, Lower 
Norwood, CO. Surrey, 1860-67, Assistant Minister at St. Stephen's, Portland 
Town, London, 1872-73; one of the founders of London and Middlesex 
Archn2ologic;d .Society 14 December 1855, Secretary 23 July 1857 ; Secretary 
St. Alban's Architectural Society ; Author of "Monumental Brasses and Slabs 
of the Middle Ages," 1847, "A Manual of British Archeology," 1858, 
"A Manual of Heraldry, Historical and Popular," 1863," "English Heraldry, 
Illustrated," 1867, and " A Bible Dictionary," 1871, re-published as "Haydn's 
Bible Dictionary," 1879; died, aged 64, at 13 Portsdown Road, Paddington, 
London, on Tuesday, 31 July 1877. 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Long Mel ford 
9 April i8og ; 
marr. at Aspall 
(by the Rev. 
Charles Boutell) 
on Tuesday, 1 7 
April 1839. 



A 



Thomas KinderT-Caroline, married at 



of Sandridge 
Bury, CO. Hert- 
ford ; died, aged 
67, at Sandridge 
Bury, on Tues- 
day, 16 August 
1881. 



Aspall (by the Rev. 
Charles Boutell) on 
Tuesday, 23 April 
1839, marriage 

settlements dated 
previous day ; died 
at Sandridge Bury 
7 November 1884. 



John Chevallier, bapt. at 
Long Mel ford 16 August 
1 8 1 1 ; died, aged 6 months, 
bur. there 13 February 
1812. _ 

John Clement Chevallier, 
died in 181 2. 



George Chevallier, born at 
Aspall 12 November 18 13; 
died there 25 November 
1816. _ 

Charlotte Sophia, bom at 
Aspall 2 November, bur. 
there 20 November 18 14. 



Rev. John Chevallier, bom at Aspall,= 
CO. Suffolk, 13 July 1817; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted 1832, and at 
Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 13 June 1835, B.A. 1839, 
M.A. 1842 ; Curate of Bayton, co. Wilts, 
1849-53 )' died, aged 37, at Heigham, 
Norwich, on ^^'ednesday, 22 February 
1854, bur. at Aspall. M.I. Adriion 
granted at Norwich 28 June 1862, to 
Charlotte Fanny Chevallier, the relict. 



Charlotte Fanny, only dau. of the Rev. Edmund 
Bellman, Rector of Heliuingham and of Pettaugh, 
both CO. Suffolk ; marr. at Southwold, co. Suffolk 
(by the Rev. Anthony Horatio Bellman), on 
Tuesday, 3 September 1844; died, aged gt, at 
Bungay, co. Suffolk, 31 March 1908, bur. at 
Aspall. M.I. Will dated 8 January 1890, with 
codicil dated 21 November 1893, proved at Ipswich 
I June 1908, by Augustus John Chevallier and 
Francis Temple Chevallier, sons. 



Julia Ellen, Augustus John Chevallier, born at the= 
born at the Vicarage, Yetminster, on Saturday, 6 
Vicarage, February 1847; of Jesus College, Cam- 
Yetminster, bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 
CO. Dorset, 1866, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873; died at 
21 Decem- Harborough Cottage, Aspall, 24 Sep- 
ber 1845. tember 1910. Adnion (with will dated 

29 December 1909) was granted (Prin. 

Reg., 1660, 10) 22 December iqio, to 

Florence Harriet Henstridge Chevallier, 

the relict. 



=Florencc Harriet 
Henstridge (his 
cousin), dau. of 
the Rev. Charles 
Henry Chevallier 
of Aspall Hall 
{seepage ij). 



Charles Edmund 
Chevallier, born 20 
June 1849; a 
Student at Guy's 
Hospital, London ; 
died, aged 19, at 
5 Charles Street, 
ManchesterSqu ire, 1 
London, on Mon- | 
day, 7 June 1869. I 



Francis Temple Chevallier, born at Boyton, co. AVilts,=j=Elanche Ellen, of 75 Broxholm 



8 November 1850 ; died, aged 64, at Hollesley Lodge, 
W'oodbridge, co. Suffolk, on Monday, 1 2 July, bur. at 
Aspall on Thursday, 15 July 1915. M.I. Will dated 
21 June 18S9, proved at Ipswich 20 August 1915, Ly 
Blanche Ellen Chevallier, the relict. 



Road, AVest Norwood, co. Surrey ; 
dau. of the Rev. John Emra of 
Box, CO. Wilts ; marr. there on 
Wednesday, 11 May 1887. 



John Francis Emra Blanche Mary, 
Chevallier, born at born 3 June 
The Oaklands, Bun- iSgi, bapt. at 
gay, 24 May 1888, Flixton. 
bapt. at Flixton, co. 
Suffolk ; educated at 
Aldeburgh School, 
Bloxham's School, and 
at St. Edmund Hall, 
Oxford, B.A. 1 913. 



Rev. Henry Curll Shepherd (son=f=Frances Marguerite, 



of the Very Rev. Henry Young 
Shepherd, Dean of St. John's 
Cathedral, Antigua, British West 
Indies); born 22 February 1887 ; 
of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 
B.A. 1912, M.A. ; Curate of 
All Saints', Sculcoates, co. York, 
1912-15, and of St. John's, 
Antigua, 1915. ^ 



born at The Oak- 
lands, Bungay, on 
Tuesday, 8 January 
1895, bapt. at Flix- 
ton ; marr. at St. 
John's Cathedral, 
Antigua, 1 7 August 
1916 



Frederick William Spurrel! deed of Dunfermline,= 
CO. Fife (only son of William deed of Greenwich, 
CO. Kent, by Gertrude his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Frederick Spurrell) ; born at Greenwich 13 April 
1889 ; educated at Stratheden House, Black- 
heath ; Naval Cadet 15 May 1905, Midshipman 
30 June following, Sub- Lieutenant 30 August 
1908, Lieutenant 30 November 1910; served in 
European War 19 14. 



=T=Ellen Joyce, born at 8 Janet Evelyn, 

Vanbrugh Hill, Blackheath, born at i Vic- 

co. Kent, on Monday, 9 toria Road, 

June, bapt. at St. James', OldCh.Trlton, 

Kidbrooke, co. Kent, 13 on Monday, 

July 1890 ; marr. at 6 July 1891, 

St. Paul's, Old Charlton, bapt. at St. 

CO. Kent, on Wednesday, Paul's, Old 

17 December 1913. Charlton, 30 

,/K July 1891. 



Ellen, 2nd dau. 
of Major William 
Brownson, Welsh 
Fusiliers (23rd 
Foot) ; marr. at 
St. Maryat-the- 
Walls, Colches- 
ter, CO. Essex, 29 
October 1846; 
died, aged 37, at 
The CJrove, Ips- 
wich, 7 January 
i856,bur.at Rush- 
mere, CO. Suffolk. 
Admon granted 4 
November 1856, 
to Barrington 
Chevallier. ist 
wife. 



=Barrington Chevallier, M.D., of The Grove,= 

Ipswich; born 27 January 1819; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted 1832, and 
Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 March 1837, B.A. 1840, 
M.A. 1843, B.Med. 1846, D.Med. 1852, 
M.R.C.P. Lond. 1859 ; Medical Superin- 
tendent of the Ipswich Borough Asylum ; 
J. P. for CO. Suffolk ; Mayor of Ipswich 
1873-74: died, aged 70, at Ipswich, 21 
August, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich 24 
August 1889. Will dated 25 February 
1858, proved at Ipswich i February 1890, 
by Mary Wardell Chevallier, relict. 



=Mary Wardell, dau. of Matthew 
Leach of Compton Terrace, 
Islington, co. Middlesex; born 
28 November 1825 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Islington (by the 
Bishop of Antigua and her 
brother, the Rev. Henry Leach), 
25 February 1858 ; died, aged 
79, at 4 Park Place, Chelten- 
ham, co. Gloucester, 26 October, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich 
30 October 1905. Admon 
granted at the Principal Regis- 
try II December 1905, to the 
Rev. Joseph Miles. She married 
istly Joseph Miles. 2nd wife. 



Captain Barrington Henry Chevallier,= 
R.N., of Hauraki, Old Charlton, co. Kent ; 
born at Aspall Hall, co. Suffolk, on 
Saturday, 22 February 1851 ; educated 
at Ipswich Grammar School and H.M.S. 
"Bniannia"; joined the Royal Navy in 
1864, Sub-Lieutenant 22 February 1870, 
Lieutenant 17 February 1874, Com- 
mander I January 1887, Captain (retired) 
1902; Assistant Secretary to Ordnance 
Conmiittee r887-9o, ist Assistant to 
Director-General of Ordnance Factories 
1890-98, Acting Superintendent of 
Royal Gun Factories 1898-99, Inspector 
of Warlike Stores and Assistant to 
Director of Naval Ordnance 1899- 
1909, Superintendent of Ordnance Stores 
1909-17. 



=Janet, 3rd dau. 
of Joseph Fison 
of Stoke House, 
Ipswich, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of 
William Ridley 
of Clare, co. 
%\x^o\]k{see Pedi- 
gree of Ridley, 
Vol. /J, page 
po) ; born at 
Hertford End 
3 April 1851 ; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Stoke, Ipswich 
(by the Rev. 
John Cheval- 
lier), 13 August 
1889. 



Charles Temple^fAmy Sophia, 4th 
Chevallier of 1 dau. of W. W. 



Gipsy 



Hill, ! H a y n e of 



Norwood, CO. I Holmby House, 
Surrey ; born | Croydon, co. 



at The Grove, 
Ipswich, on 
Thursday, 3 
February 1853 ; 
educated at 
the Grammar 
School, Ipswich. 



Surrey; bom 28 
October 1855; 
marr. at St. 
James', Croydon, 
on W'ednesday, 3 
October 1883. 



Joseph Barrington= 
Chevallier, born at i 
Victoria Road, Old 
Ciiarlton, on Friday, 1 
December, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Old Charl- 
ton, 31 December 
1S93; educated at 
the Royal Naval Col- 
leges at Osborne and 
Dartmouth ; Naval 
Cadet 10 September 
1906, Midshipman 15 
May 1911, Sub-Lieu- 
tenant 30 May 1914, 
Lieutenant 30 April 
1916 ; served in 
European War 19 14. 



=Sarah Mar\', Peter Temple ChevaUier, 
eldest dau. M.C. ; born at i Victoria 
of William Road, Old Charlton, on Fri- 
Thomas of day, 24 May, bapt. at St. 
Wigston, CO. Paul's, Old Charlton, 23 June 
Leicester ; 1895 ; educated at Repton 
married at School ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Owermoigne, Middlesex Regiment 5 
CO. Dorset, September 19 14, Lieutenant 
on Friday, 4 January 1915, Captain i June 
January 19 18. following ; served in Euro- 
pean War 1914 (mentioned 
in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 4 January and 25 
May 191 7, MiUtary Cross). 



Felix Edward Chevallier, 
born at i Victoria Road, 
Old Charlton, 12 June, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Old 
Charlton, 30 July 1897 ; 
educated at the Royal 
Naval Colleges at Os- 
borne and Dartmouth ; 
Naval Cadet May 1910, 
Midshipman 4 August 
1914, Sub-Lieutenant 15 
February 1 9 1 7, Lieutenant 
23 April 1918 ; served in 
Cameroons Expedition 
1 91 4 ; in European War, 
at battle off Jutland 31 
May 1916, and in 
Zeebrugge Raid 23 April 
1918. 



Rev. John Chevallier, born at The Grove, Ipswicli, 24=j=Marie Eh'zabeth, elder 



February 1862 ; educated at Winchester and Scholar of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1880, B.A. (4th Wrangler) 
1884; of New College, Oxford, incorporated 18 January 
1884, Fellow 1883-91, M.A. 1887, Senior Mathematical 
Scholarship 18S4, Herschel Astronomical Prize 1884, 
Tutor Magdalen College 1884; Rector of Great 
Horwood, CO. Buckingham, 1889; died at Giggleswick 
School, CO. York, 24 October 1917. 



dau. of 'I'heodore 
VuUiamy of Nonan- 
court, Eure, France ; 
born I April 1863 ; 
marr. at Godalming, 
CO. Surrey, on Tues- 
day, 15 July 1890. 



Mary Amelia, 
born at The 
Grove, Ips- 
wich, 2 2 June 
1863. 



Rev. Walter St. John= 
Lindars (son of John 
William Lindars of 
Reading, co. Berks) : 
born at Reading 7 
April 1886 ; B.A., 
L.Th. University Col- 
lege, Durham ; Curate 
of Newton ragneli,co. 
Buckingham, 1912 
-16, and of St. Paul's, 
Bedford, 19 16. 



=Rosc, born at The 
Rectory, Great Hor- 
wood, on Sunday, 1 7 
May, bapt. at (Jreat 
Horwood 14 June 
1 891; marr. there 
(by her father and 
her uncle, the 
Rev. Joseph Miles) 
on Thursday, 4 
January 191 7. 



Clement Theodore Chevallier, 
born at The Rectory, Great 
Horwood, on Sunday, 16 July, 
•bapt. at Great Horwood 6 August 
1893 ; Scholar of Worcester 
College, O.xford, 1912, B.A. 
191 7 ; Captain Oxfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire Light Infantry ; 
served in European War 19 14 
(mentioned in despatches, 
" London Gazette," 15 June 
1916). 



Herbert Alfred 
Chevallier, born 
at The Rectory, 
Great Horwood, 
on Tuesday, 
29 September, 
bapt. at Great 
Horwood 28 
October 1903. 



=Isabel Sheafie, 
marr. in Australia 
in 1915. 



Clement Harold Che-= 
vallier of Malcolm Vale. 
Queenbeyan, New South 
Wales, Australia ; born 
at The Grove, Ipswich, 
7 June 1865. 



Barrington Kitchener Sheaffe 
Chevallier, born at Malcolm 
Vale, Queenbeyan, New South 
Wales, in 19 16. 



Edith Sophia, 
born at The 
Grove, Ips- 
wich, 17 No- 
vember i868. 



I 
Claude Lionel= 
Chevallier, born 
at The Grove, Ips- 
wich, 18 February 
1870; M.R.C.S.. 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 
1897, Medical 
Officer British 
East Africa Pro- 
tectorate and for 
the Anglo-Congo- 
lese Boundary 
Commission. 



=Clara Eleanor 
Lush, of Dor- 
chester ; born 
I December 
1885 ; mar- 
ried at Mom- 
basa Cathedral, 
British East 
Africa, 14 Oc- 
tober 191 6. 



Guy Barrington Chevallier, born at Fairlight,^ 
Foxhill Gardens, Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, 3 February i885. 



=Alice, dau. of T. Cameron of Kingussie, co. 
Inverness ; bom in Scotland i May 1882 ; marr. 
7 February 1905. 



John Tennyson Chevallier, 
bom at Johannesburg, 
South Africa, 26 February 
1906. 



Mary Alice, born 
at Johannesburg 
5 June 1909. 



Maud Amy, born 
at Johannesburg 
I October 1912. 



Madge Barbara, born at 
Volksrust, South Africa, 
19 May 1915. 



I 
Francis Temple Chevallier, 
bom at Fairlight, Foxhill 
Gardens, Upper Norwood, 
30 October 1888. 



James Lethbridge Farmer= 
(4th son of J. Harvey Farmer 
of Liverpool) ; born at 
Liverpool 21 April 1885. 



A 



'Maud Amy, born at Fairlight, 
Foxhill Gardens, Upper Norwood, 
12 March 1891 ; married 9 
September 1911. 



Caroline, 7th dau.= 
of ("leorge Hepburn. 
I St wife. 



A 



=Rev. John Chevallier,= 
M.D., of Aspall Hall, 
CO. Suffolk {see page S). 



=Emily, 3rd dau. of the= 
Rev. Barrington Blomfield 
Syer. 2nd wife. 



A 



=Eli2abeth,dau. 
of John Cole. 
3rd wife. 



Rev. Edward Man-= 
nersDiUmanPyne, 
Exhibitioner of 
Emmanuel Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
B.A. (Jun. Opt.) 
1847 ; Rector of 
Bawsey and In- 
cumbent of West- 
acre, both CO. 
Norfolk, 1853-84, 
Rector of Neven- 
doii, CO. Essex, 
1S84-93 : died at 
i3MortlakeRoad, 
Kew, CO. Surrey, 
24 February 1901. 
Adiiion granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 28 March 
1901, to Sophia 
Pyne, the relict. 



=Sophia, born at 
Aspall 2 Novem- 
ber 1821 ; marr. 
there (by the 
Rev. Charles 
Henry Cheval- 
lier) on Wednes- 
day, 15 January 
1851; died at 13 
Mortlake Road, 
Ivew, 12 Septem- 
ber T910, bur. at 
Kew. Will dated 
6Septeniberi90i, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg, 1461, 10) 
17 October 1910, 
by Emily Mary 
Dilhnan Chester, 
wife of the Rev. 
Algernon Stewart 
Mackenzie Bagot 
Chester, daughter. 



Rev. Charles Henry Chevallier 
of Aspall Hall ; born at .Aspall 
17 July 1823 ; educated at Eton 
(admitted 1833), at Charter- 
house (admitted 1839) and at 
Trinity College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 14 May 1842; B.A. 
1846, M..\. 1849; Perpetual 
Curate of Aspnll 1849 until his 
death ; Hon. Canon of Norwich 
1878; J.P. for CO. Suffolk and 
Chairman of Board of Guardians 
for the Hartismere Hundred for 
24 years; died, aged 61, at 
Aspall Hall on Friday, 8 May 
1885, bur. at Aspall. M.I. 
Prize founded at Grammar 
School, Eye, by his friends as 
a memorial. Will dated 29 Oc- 
tober 1872, with codicil dated 
26 September 1873, proved at 
Ipswich 29 July 1885, by Isabella 
Frances Chevallier, relict. 




=Isabella Frances, only 
dau. of the Rev. Francis 
Cobbold, Rector of 
Hemley, co. Suffolk ; 
born at St. Mary-le- 
Tower Parsonage, Ips- 
wich, on Friday, 29 
August 1834; marr. at 
.Aspall (by the Rev. 
Temple Chevallier) on 
Thursday, 13 July 
1854 ; died, aged 82, 
at the Rectory, Aspall, 
on Saturday, 3 1 March, 
bur. at Aspall on 
Thursda)', 5 April 191 7. 
Will dated 23 August 
191 6, proved in the 
Principal Registry 30 
May 1917, by John 
Barrington Trapnell 
Chevallier and Fiances 
Mary Chevallier. 

[See Pedigree 0/ Cobbold, 
page 24). 



Frances Eliza- John Barrington Trapnell Chevallier of= 

beth Mary, Aspall Hall; bom at Aspall 10 January 

born at .Aspall 1857, bapt. at Aspall; educated at Eton 

22 August and at King's College, Cambridge, matricu- 

1835, bapt. lated 14 October 1876, B.A. (Senior Opt.) 

there. 1880, M. A. 1886; .Assistant Master Lancing 

College 1880-82, at Repton School 

1882-85 ; President of Suffolk Chamber 

of Agriculture 1899 '> Director Mid-Suffolk 

Light Railway ; J.P. for co. Suffolk. 



J 



=Isabel Amy, 3rd dau. of Major 
Ernest St. George Cobbold of 
Brook House, Thurleston, co. 
Suffolk, by Helen Emma his wife, 
youngest dau. of Philip Cazenove 
of Clapham Common, co. Surrey ; 
horn at Ufford, co. Suffolk, on 
Thursday, 29 July, bapt. there 29 
August 1869; marr. at Whitton- 
cum-Thurleston, co. Suffolk, on 
Wednesday, 8 September 1897. 

[See Pedigree p/ Cobbold, 
page 2g). 



Eirene Helen Frances, born Peronelle Mary, born at Margaret Isabel, born at 



at Aspall Hall on Monday, 
13 February, bapt. at Aspall 
J 8 March 1899. 



Aspall Hall on Thursdaj', 
31 July, bapt. at Aspall 31 
August 1902. 



Aspall Hall on Saturday, 28 
November, bapt. at Aspall 
26 December 1903. 



Rev. Richard Eaton Monins (only son of the Rev. John= 
Monins, Rector of Ringwould, co. Kent, by Mary Lee 
his wife, eldest dau. of William Carter, M.D., of Ken 
nington Hall, <:o. Kent); born 30 September 1813; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, k A. 1841, M.A. 1844; 
Rector of Great and Little Glemham, co. Suffolk, 17 
December 1846 ; died, aged 39, at Corsley Hall, co. 
Suffolk, 12 September 1852. Adnion granted (P.C.C.) 
18 October 1852, to Emily Monins, the relict. , 



=Emily, born at Aspall, co. Suffolk, 
3 December 1824 ; marr. there (by 
the Rev. John Monins), on Wed-' 
nesday, 19 May 1847; died, aged 
68, at Ringwould 13 November 
1893. Will dated 18 March 1874, 
proved at Canterbury 16 December 
1893, by John Henry Monins, son. 



John Preston (2nd=i=Edith Isabella' Augustus John=Florence Harriet 
son of Sir John ^Llria, born at Chevallier, son Henstridge (his 

of the Rev. John cousin), born at 
Chevallier (see Aspall 20 October 
page p). i860, bapt. there. 



son of Sir John 
Preston of Dun- 
more, near Belfast, 
CO. Antrim, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
J. Johnson of Stoke 
Newington, co. 
Middlesex) ; Cap- 
tain 4th Royal Irish 
Rifies. ^ 



^Llria, born at 
Aspall 20 April 
1858, bapt. 
there ; marr. 
at Aspall on 
Thursday, 6 
October 1881. 



Charles Henry 
Temple Chevallier, 
M.B.,C.M.;bomat 
Aspall 6 May 1864, 
bapt. there ; died, 
aged 25, at Mel- 
bourne, Australia, 
on Thursday, 19 
December 1889, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Melbourne. 
M.I. 



Mary Anne Cob- 
bold, born at 
Aspall 30 Sep- 
tember 1868, bapt. 
there ; died at 
Felixstowe, co. 
Suffolk, 20 De- 
cember 1901, bur. 
at Aspall. M.I. 
Admon granted at 
Bury St. Edmunds 
7 .April 1902, to 
Isabella Frances 
Chevallier, mother. 



Rev. Clement Woodward 
Dumaresque Chevallier, 
born at Aspall 20 March 
1871, bapt. there; edu- 
cated at Lancing College, 
and at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
October 1S90 ; Curate of 
St. Olave's, York, 1895 
-98, and of All Saints', 
Middlesborough,co.York, 
1898-1902; Vicar of 
Aspall 1902 -1906; 
Curate of Rcdcar, co. 
York, 1907-1908. 



I 
Lieut. -Colonel Francis= 
Edward de Carteret 
Chevallier of Sierra 
Leone; born 31 July 
1873; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Royal Artillery 
15 August 1893, Lieu- 
tenant 1 5 August 
1896, Captain i April 
1900, Adjutant School 
of Gunnery 22 January 
1901 to 31 Decem- 
ber 1903 ; Major 
18 May 191 4, Lieut.- 
Colonel 1918; served 
in the Cameroons 
Expedition 19 15. 



=Elizabeth Louise, 3rd 
dau. of James Nicol 
Fleming, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John 
Galbraith of Campbel- 
town, CO. Argyll ; born 
at Keil House, South- 
end, CO. Argyll, on 
Thursday, 25 July 1 87 2 ; 
marr. at Trinity Pres- 
byterian Church, Wim- 
bledon, CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday 29 April 191 6. 



Lieut.-Colonel Henry Horatio Kitchener (son of William Kitchener,^ 
by Emma his 2nd wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Cripps, Rector 
of Cheadle, co. Chester); born at 8 Bunhill Row, London, 19 
October, bapt. at St. Luke's, Old Street, London, 17 December 
1805; entered the 13th Light Dragoons as Cornet 29 June 1830, 
Lieutenant 1834, Captain 29th Foot 1841, Major 9th Foot 1846, 
Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 27 March 1846; died, aged 88, at The 
Manor House, Cossington, co. Leicester, on Tuesday, 14 August, 
bur. at Cossington 17 August 1894. Will dated 8 October 1887, 
with codicil dated 15 November 1893, P'oved (Prin. Reg., 878, 94) 
30 August 1894, by Sir Horatio Herbert Kitchener, K.C. M.G., C. B., 
son. He married 2ndly in 1866, Emma Green. 



'Frances Anne, born at 
Aspall, CO. Suffolk, 3 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 18 
September 1826; marr. at 
Aspall (by the Rev. John 
Chevallier), on Thursday, 
24 July 1845, marriage 
settlements dated 24 
April ; died at Montreux, 
Switzerland, in 1864, bur. 
at Clarens, near Montreux. 



A\ 



(See Pedigree of Kitchener, Vol. 7, page 4.) 



Frederick Richard Che- 
vallier, born at Aspall 28 
June 1828; educated at 
Merchant Taylors' School, 
London, admitted Sep- 
tember 1834; died at Coton 
Hill, CO. Stafford, 28 
December 1893. Adfnon 
granted (Prin. Reg.) 10 
April 1894, to John 
Barrington Chevallier. 



Isabella Jane, born at 
Aspall I September 1832 ; 
died at Northwood, 9 
Cumberland Road, Kew, 
CO. Surrey, 5 June 1908. 
Will dated 13 November 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 194, 1908) 6 August 
1908, by John Barrington 
Clievallier and Vincent 
Morshead Holt Beever. 



Elizabeth Maria Hemery, born at 
Aspall 5 May 1839; died at North- 
wood, 9 Cumberland Road, Kew, 
4 September 1908. Will dated 
13 November 1905, with two 
codicils dated 9 February and 
18 November 1907, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1587, 1908) 19 November 
igo8, by John Barrington 
Chevallier and Vincent Morshead 
Holt Beever. 



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M 



.CvC/?',, 




NEWCASTLE, 

Arms on record in the College o/ Arms.— Qiia.TteT\y : ist and 4th Grand 
quarters, argent six cross-crosslets fitchde three two and one 
sable on a chief azure two mullets or pierced gules, Clinton; 
2nd and 3rd, Grand quarters quarterly: ist and 4th, Azure 
three pelicans argent vulning themselves proper, Pelham ; 
2nd and 3rd, Gules two broken belts in pale the buckles 
upwards argent. 

Crests.— ist, Out of a ducal coronet gules a plume of five ostrich 
feathers argent banded with a line laid chevronways azure, 
Clinton ; 2nd, A peacock in pride proper, Pelham. 

Supporters.— Two greyhounds argent plain collared and lined gules. 

Motto. — Loyaultd n'a honte. 



jBletocastle. 



Sir Henry Pelham Pelham- Clinton, Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Earl of= 
Lincoln, K.G. (son of Henry Pelham, 4tli Duke of Newcastle, by Georgiana 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley, co. Derby) ; born in 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London, 22 May 181 1, bapt. at St. George's, 
H.inover Square, London ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 2 December 
1829, B.A. 1832; created D.C.L. 17 June 1863; D.L. for co. Nottingham 19 
October 1832, Lord Lieutenant for that county 2 February 1857 ; Major Notting- 
hamshire Regiment of Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) 29 .April 1840, Lieut.- Colonel 
19 April 1853; M.P. for South Nottingham 17 December 1832 to 27 February 
1846, for Linlithgow 2 May 1846 till he succeeded his father as 5th Duke 
J2 January 1851 ; a Lord of the Treasury 26 December 1834 to 18 April 1835; 
Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests 16 September 1841; Chief Secretary 
for Ireland January to 6 July 1846, Secretary of State for the Colonies 28 December 
1852 and 8 June 1859, Secretary of State for War 8 June 1854; Lord Warden of 
the Stanneries 6 February 1862; High Steward of Retford and of the Duchy 
of Cornwall ; Keeper of St. Briavel's Castle ; a Councillor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster 13 February 1847 '> went to Canada and United States with the Prince of 
Wales in 1S60, and appointed Councillor to H.R.H. 27 January 1863; Privy 
Councillor 3 September 1841, and for Ireland 28 March 1846 ; K.G. 17 December 
1 860; died at Clumber Park, co. Nottingham, 18 October 1864, bur. at Markham 
Clinton, CO. Nottingham. \Vill dated 21 July 1856, with six codicils dated 17 
January 1859 to 6 July 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 43, 65) 16 January 1865, by 
the Rt. Hon'''' William Ewart Gladstone and George Warren, Baron de Tabley. 



=Lady Susan Harriet 
Catherine (Douglas- 
Hamilton), only dau. 
of Alexander, loth 
Duke of Hamilton, 
K.G., by Susan Eu- 
phemia his wife, dau. 
and coheir of William 
Beckford of Fonthill 
Abbey, co. Wilts; 
born 9 June 1814; 
marr. at Hamilton 
Place, CO. Lanark, 
27 November 1832 ; 
divorced 14 August 
1850; died 28 No- 
vember 1889. She 
married 2ndly, 2 
January i860, 
M. Opdebeeck of 
Brussels. 



I 
Henry Pelham Alexander Pelham- Clinton, Duke= 
of Newcastle; born 25 January 1834; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1852 ; 
Cornet Nottinghamshire Regiment of Yeomanry 
(Sherwood Rangers) 9 August 1856, 2nd Lieutenant 
18 March 1858; M.P. for Retford 27 March 1857 
1023 April 1859; D.L. for co. Nottingham 1 August 
1859 ; High Steward of East Retford; Grand Master 
of the Freemasons of Nottingham ; Keeper of 
St. Briavel's Castle ; succeeded his father as 6th 
Duke 18 October 1864 ; died, aged 45, at 10 Park 
Place, St. James' Street, London, 22 February, bur. 
at Markham Clinton, co. Nottingham, 28 February 
1S79. Will dated 25 November 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 467, 79) 5 May 1879, by William Alexander 
Louis Stephen Douglas Hamilton, Duke of Hamilton 
and Brandon, Anne Adele Hope (widow of Henry 
Hope) and Thomas Edward Howe. 



Henrietta Adela, only dau. and heir of Henry 
Thomas Hope of The Deepdene, Dorking, co. 
Surrey, and of Castle Blayney, co. Monaghan, 
M.P. ; born 11 April 1843; marr. at the British 
Embassy, Paris, 11 February 1861 ; died at The 
Oaks, Woodford Wells, co. Essex, 8 May, bur. in 
St. Patrick's Cemetery, Leytonstone, co. Essex, on 
I Saturday, 10 May 1913; Requiem Mass at West- 
minster Cathedral on Monday, 19 May. Will 
dated 9 February 1909. with two codicils dated 
7 July 1909 and 25 February 1913, i)roved (Prin. 
Reg., 979, 13) 7 June 1913, by Henry Pelham 
Archibald Douglas, Duke of Newcastle and 
Florence Vaughan, wife of Charles Jerome 
Vaughan. She married 2ndly at St. Vincent 
de Paul, Paris, 7 April 1880, Thom.as Theobald 
Hohler, who died 5 May 1892. 



Cecil Edmund Lister- Kaye of= 
Denby Grange, Wakefield, co. 
York (younger son of l-ister Lister- 
Kaye and grandson of Sir John 
Lister Lister-Kaye, 2nd Baronet, 
by Lady Caroline [Pepys] his wife, 
3rd dau. of Charles Christopher, 
ist Earl of Cottenham) ; born in 
Upper Seymour Street, Portman 
Square, London, 16 January 1854 ; 
educated at Eton and at Magdalen 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1872 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for West Riding, co. York. 



'Beatrice Adeline, 
born 1 2 February 
1862 ; marr. at 
Castle Blayney, 
CO. Monaghan, 
on Thursday, 16 
September 1880. 



Don Alfonso, Prince Doria-= 
Pamphilj-Landi, Prince of Melfi, 
Valmontone and Torriglia, Duke 
of Avigliano (son of Philip 
Andrew, Prince Doria Pamphilj- 
Landi, by Lady Mary Alathea 
Beatrix [Talbot] his wife, dau. of 
John, i6th Earl of Shrewsbury; 
bom in Rome 25 September 
1851 ; succeeded his brother as 
3rd Prince Doria-Pamjihilj-Landi 
7 April 1890; died in Rome in 
December 1914. 



=Emily Augusta 
Mary, of Palazzo 
Doria, Rome ; 
born 28 March 
1863 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, 
Cadogan Place, 
London,24june 
1882. 



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Edward William Pelham- Clinton, G.C.V.O., K.C.B. ; born in= 
Park Lane, London, ii August 1S36; educated at Eton ; Ensign 
and Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 1854, Captain 1857, Major 1872, 
Lieut. -Colonel in command of ist Battalion 1878-80, retired in 
1880, Honorary Colonel December 1885 ; served in the Crimean 
War 1854 and in Canada 1S61-65 ; Lieut.- Colonel Commanding 
King's Royal Ride Corps (ist Volunteer Battalion) 1881-90; 
D.L. for CO. Nottingham; M.P. for North Nottinghamshire 
18 July 1865 to II November 1868 ; Groom-in-Waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1891-94, Master of the Household and Deputy- 
Governor of Windsor Castle 1 894-1 901 ; Groom-in-Waiting to 
King Edward VIL 1901-1907 ; K.C.B. 1896, G.C.V.O. 1901 ; 
died at 8i Eccleston Square, London, on Tuesday, 9 July, 
bur. in Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 13 
July 1907. Memorial Service at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, 
London, same day. Will dated 15 March 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 192, 1907) 8 August 1907, by Alfred Edward Miller Mundy. 



=Matilda Jane, 3rd dau. of Sir 
William Edmund Cradock- 
Hartopp, 3rd Baronet, by 
Jane Mary his wife, eldest 
dau. of Henry Bloomfield 
Keane ; niarr. 22 August 
1865; died at 81 Eccleston 
Square, London, on Sunday, 
23 October 1892, bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. Will dated 27 
August 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1073, 92) 25 November 
1892, to Edward William 
Pelham- Clinton, husband. 



Lieut. -Colonel Lord Adolphus Frederick Charles William Vane-Tempest (3rd= 
son of Charles William, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, K.G.) ; born 2 July 
1825 ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant Scots Guards 7 April 1843, 
Ensign and Lieutenant 1845, Lieutenant and Captain 1849, Captain and 
Lieut. Colonel 1S54, retired in 1859; served in Crimean War 1854-55, 
present at siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal and clasp, 5th-class Medjidie) ; 
Major Commandant Durham Rifle Volunteers ; D.L. for co. Durham 1849 ; 
M.V. for Durham City 3 December 1852 to 25 June 1853, for North Durham 

I April 1854 till death; assumed by Royal Licence dated 28 June 1854, 
the additional name of Tempest ; died, aged 39, in Chester Square, London, 

II June 1864. Adiiion granted at the Principal Registry 6 August 1864 
to George Henry Robert Charles, Earl Vane, the uncle and guardian of 
Francis Adolphus Vane-Tempest, an infant, only child of deceased. ^ 



=Susan Charlotte 
Catherine, born in 
Park Lane, Lon- 
don, 7 April 1839 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 
London, 23 April 
i860; died, aged 
36, at Trouville- 
sur-Mer, France, 
on Monday, 6 
September 1875. 



Arthur Pelham-Clinton, born 
on Tuesday, 23 June 1840; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 17 
August 1 861; ^LP. forNewark 
II July 1865 to II November 
1868; died 18 June 1870. 



Albert Sidney Pelham-Clinton,= 
born in Whitehall Place, 
London, 22 December 1845 ; 
H. R. H. the Prince Consort 
stood sponsor at his baptism ; 
died, aged 38, on Tuesday, 18 
March 1884. 



=Frances Evelyn, widow of Edward 
Stotherd, Captain 60th Rifles ; 
marr. at the church of the 
Spanish Embassy on Thursday, 
17 November 1870; marriage 
dissolved 23 November 1877. 



Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas Pelham-Clinton, Duke= 
of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Earl of Lincoln ; born 
28 September 1864; educated at Eton and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1884; D.L. for co. 
Nottingham ; Member of the London School Board 1S94 ; 
a Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute ; Lord High Steward 
of Retford, Master Forester of Dartmoor, Keeper of St. 
Briavel's Castle ; a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem in England; succeeded his father as 7th Duke 
22 February 1879. 



=Kathleen Florence Mary, dau. of 
Major Henry Augustus Candy, 
late 9th Lancers, by Frances 
Kathleen (Westenra) his wife, 
dau. of Henry Robert, 3rd 
Lord Rossmore ; born in 
London in 1872 ; marr. at 
All Saints', Margaret Street, 
London, 20 February 1889. 



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Henry Francis Hope Pelham-Clinton-= 
Hope of The Castle, Castle Blayney, 
CO. Monaghan ; born 3 February 1866 ; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, matriculated Lent Term 
1885 ; D.L. for co. Monaghan, High 
Sheriff 1891 ; Lieutenant Nottingham- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry (Sherwood 
Rangers) 1890-94 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 7 April 1887 the addi- 
tional name and arms of Hope. He 
married istly 27 November 1894, Mary 
Augusta, dau. of William Yohe of 
Bethlehem, Pa., U.S.A., from whom he 
was divorced in 1902. 



pOlive Muriel, younger dau. of 
George Horatio Thompson of 
Melbourne, Australia ; marr. in 
London 27 February 1904; died 
at Montreux, Switzerland, on Fri- 
day, 30 August, bur. in the private 
mausoleum of the Hope family at 
Deepdene, Dorking, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 4 September 191 2. 
Will dated 18 February 1907, with 
codicil dated 17 March 1910, proved (Prin. Reg., 1687, 
12) II November 1912, by Lord Henry Francis 
Hope Pelham-Clinton-Hope, husband. She married 
istly Richard Owen, from whom she was divorced, 
and wife. 



Florence Josephine, 
of 171 Victoria 
Street, Westmin- 
ster ; born 18 
September 1868 ; 
Order of Mercy, 
Lady President of 
the League. 



Henry Edward Hugh Pelham-Clinton-Hope; 
born at 4 Whitehall Court, London, on 
Monday, 8 April 1907. 



Doria Lois, born 
17 June 1908. 



Mary, born 
4 July 1910. 




Cobbolli of jlolptoells, Spstotcj), to. g)uffolfe. 

Arms. — Or a chevron sable between three holly-leaves vert on a chief of the 
second a lion pissant guardant between two fleur-de-lis argent 
Crest. — A lion passant guardant or. 
Motto. — Rebus Augustis fortis. 



John Cobbold of Holywells, Ipswich, co.= 
Suffolk (eldest son of John Cobhold 
of Holywells, by Elizabeth his ist wife, 
dau. of James Wilkinson) ; bapt. at 
St. Clement's, Ipswich, 20 April 1774; 
died, aged 85, at Holywells 12 Feb- 
ruary i860, bur. at Aspall, co. Suffolk. 
M.I. 



'Harriet, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Temple 
Chevallier of Aspall, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas Fiske, Rector of Shimp- 
lingthorne, co. Suffolk ; niarr. at Aspall on 
Tuesday, 8 November 1796 ; died, aged 76, 
at Ipswich on Monday, 27 October 1S51, 
bur. at Aspall. M.I. 



John Chevallier Cobbold of Holywells ; born at Ipswich= 
24 August, bapt. at St. Clement's, Ipswich, 29 August 1797 ; 
educated at the Grammar School, Bury St. Edmunds, admitted 
1807 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk ; Lord of the Manor of 
Wix Bishop ; M.P. for Ipswich 30 July 1847 to 1 1 November 
1868; High Steward of the borough of Ipswich 1875-82; 
died, aged 85, at Holywells on Friday, 6 October 1882, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. U'ill dated 13 
September 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 822, 82) 28 November 
1882, by Thomas Clement Cobbold, C.B., Nathanael 
Fromanteel Cobbold, Felix Thornley Cobbold, sons, and 
John Dupuis Cobbold, grandson. 



=Lucy, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Patteson, Rector of 
Drinkstone and Wonhani, co. 
Suffolk, and sister of the Rt. 
Hon**'' Sir John Patteson, Judge 
of the Queen's Bench ; born 
17 September 1800; marr. at 
Wortham on Monday, 14 May 
1827 ; died, aged 78, at Holywells 
on Thursday, i May 1879, bur. 
in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. 



Colonel Henry Jervis-\Vhite-= 
Jervis (3rd son of Sir Henry 
Meredyth JervisWhite-Jervis, 
2nd Baronet, by Marian his 
wife, eldest dau. of William 
Campbell of Fairfield, co. 
Ayr); born 15 March 1S25; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 
September 1837, and at the 
Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich ; entered the Royal 
Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 
19 December 1844, ist 
Lieutenant 1846, Captain 
1853, Major(by brevet) 1866, 
Lieut. -Colonel 1867, Colonel 
(retired) 24 December 1870; 
M.P. for Harwich 18 March 
1859 to 24 March 1880; 
Author of "History of Corfu 
and the Ionian Islands," 1852, 
and various military works ; 
died, aged 56, at Felixstowe, 
CO. Suffolk, 22 September 
j88i. Will dated 19 March 
1868, proved at Ipswich 19 
October 1881, by Lucy 
Jervis-White-Jervis, relict. 



=Lucy, born at 
Ipswich on 
Saturday, 18 
October 1828; 
marr. there on 
Monday, 14 
Jtine 1855; 
died, aged 
87, at Chff 
House, Felix- 
stowe, on 
Tuesday, 22 
Februaryi9i6. 
Will dated 13 
January 19 10, 
with codicil 
dated 17 Oc- 
tober 1913, 
proved in the 
Principal Re- 
gistry 9 May 
1916, by Sir 
John Henry 
Jervis-White- 
Jervis, son, 
and George 
Palmer Hope, 
son-in-law. 



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Very Rev. Edward Spooner,=Anna Frances, bom 
Dean of Bocking (3rd son of in Tower Street, 
the Ven*"'^ William Spooner, 
Archdeacon of Coventry, by 
Anna Maria Sydney his wife, 
5th dau. of the Rt. Hon'''' 
Sir Edward Lucius O'Brien 
of Dromoland, co. Clare, 3rd 
Baronet); born at Elmdon, 
CO. Warwick, 6 July, bapt. 
there 15 August 1821; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 6 February 1840, 
B.A. i844,M.A. 1848; Vicar 
of Heston, co. Middlesex, 
1859-75; Rector of Had- 
leigh and Dean of Bocking, 
CO. Suffolk, 1875; died, 
aged 77, at the Deanery, 
Hadleigh, on Wednesday, 
25 January, bur. at Hadleigh 
on- Saturday, 28 January 
1899. Will dated 21 April 
1893, with codicil dated 20 

January 1S99, proved at Buiy St. Kdmunds 15 
March 1899, by Anna Frances Spooner, relict, the 
Rev. William Archibald Spooner and the Rev. 
Henry Maxwell Spooner. He married istly, 
9 June 1857, Octavia, 6th dau. of Sir Oswald 
Mosley, Baronet 



Ipswich, on Sun- 
day, 9 May, bapt. at 
St. ^lary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, 1 1 June 
1S30; marr. thereon 
Monday, 5 October 
1885 ; died, aged 
76, at Rushmere 
Lodge, Ipswich, 
on I'riday. 28 De- 
cember 1906, bur. at 
Hadleigh 2 January 
1907. W'ill dated 
28 September 1905, 
proved at Ipswich 
2 1 January 1 907, 
by Felix Thornley 
Cobbold and Her- 
bert St. George 
Cobbold. 



(See Pedigree of Spooner, Vo!. 
page r^t6.) 



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Henry Cobbold of Ipswich,= 
CO. Suffolk ; bapt. at St. 
Clement's, Ipswich, 26 No- 
vember 1799; died at 
Ipswich on Tuesday, i 
November 1842. 



'Elizabeth Mary, eldest dau. of John Bampton of Ormesby, co. 
Norfolk; marr. at Ormesby St. Margaret on Tuesday, 14 
February 1826. She married 2ndly at St. Nicholas', Great 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 18 January 1853, Stephen 
Remnant Chapman, Lieutenant 20th Foot. 



John Patteson Cobbold of The Cliff, Ipswich ; born in Towep 
Street, Ipswich, on Tuesday, 12 July, bapt. at St. Mary-le- 
Tower, Ipswich, 7 August 1831 ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1844 ; J. P. for CO. Suffolk ; Major 2nd Administrative Battalion 
Suffolk Volunteers and Captain Com niaiidant ist Suffolk (Ipswich) 
Rifle Corps ; Alderman of Ipswich, Mayor 1867-68 ; Senior 
Vice-Chairman of the Board of Guardians ; M.P. for Ipswich 
February 1874 until his death ; died, aged 44, at The Cliff, 
Ipswich on Frid.ay, lo December, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich 14 December 1875, after a service at St. Mary-le- 
Tower, Ipswich. Memorial \Vindow in West end of North 
aisle of St. Mary-le-Tower. Will dated 31 December 1870, 
proved at Ipswich 28 January 1876, by Adele Harriette 
Cobbold, relict. 



=Adfele Harriette, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. George John 
Dupuis, Vice-Provost of Eton 
College and Rector of Greet- 
ing St. Mary, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Eton i February 
1837 ; niarr. at Eton College 
Chapel (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Harry Dupuis), on 
Tuesday, 20 April 1858; 
died 9 November 1917, bur. 
in the cemetery at Ipswich. 



John Henry Monins of Ringwould, co. Kent (only surviving=i=Edith Julia, born at Ipswich on 



son of the Rev. Richard Eaton Monins, Rector of Glemham, 
CO. Suffolk, by Emily his wife, dau. of the Rev. John 
Chevallier, M.D., of Aspall, co. Suffolk (see Pedigree of 
Chevallier, page if) ; born 15 August 1851 ; Captain (Hon. 
Major 1905) Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles 1890-1908; \ 
J. P. for CO. Kent and for the Cinque Ports. 



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.Monday, 12 October 1863 ; marr. 
at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich (by 
her uncles, the Rev. George 
Richard Dupuis and the Rev. 
Charles Henry Chevallier), on 
Thursday, 15 January 1885. 



Charlotte Maud Ashby,==.Henry Montagu Chevallier Cobbold of the Mill= 



elder dau. of Bartholomew 
Watson- Davies, M.D., of 
Rosedale, Kingston, 
Jamaica ; born in June 
1862 ; marr. at Halfway 
Tree Church, Kingston, 
on Wednesday, 29 Sep- 
tember 1886; died, aged 
38, at Kingston, on 
Friday, 26 October 1900, 
bur. at Halfway Tree 
Church. 1st wife. 



House, Lyminge, co. Kent; born at Montague House, 
Grove Road, Brixton, 29 March 1861, bapt. at 
Brixton ; educated at Chardstock Hurst, Brentwood, 
and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted i October 
1879; died, aged 56, in London on Tuesday 11 
December, cremated at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 14 December 191 7. 



=Isabel Maud 
Mary, dau. of 
Charles Fal- 
con of Forest 
Hay, Vale 



Roy.il. 
wife. 



2nd 



Gordon Chevallier Cobbold, born at 
39 Queen's Gardens, Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, London, i January 1904. 



Maitland Chevallier Cob- 
bold, born at 39 Queen's 
Gardens 7 June 1905. 



Rev. Cecil Albert Darby (son of John Thomas Darby of Marholm, co.. 
Northampton, by Louisa his wife, dau. of William Rowe) ; born at Castor, 
CO. Northampton, 14 September 1878, bapt. there ; of Queens' College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1899, B..-\. 1902, M..'^. 
1907 ; House Master Cathedral School and Curate of Llandaff 1905- 
1907 ; Chaplain The Grange, and Curate of Holy Trinity, Folkestone, co. 
Kent, 1907-12 ; Head Master of St. George's Preparatory School, Folke- 
stone, 1913 ; Rector of Denton, co. Kent, 1914 ; received the honorary 
freedom of Cambridge, and presented with a si'ver cup from the Town 
and University in 1901, in recognition of patriotic conduct in leaving for 
active service in South African War with Bucks Yeomanry Cavalry. ^j^ 



=May Chevallier, bom 
at Kingston, Jamaica, 
on Monday, 25 July, 
bapt. at Halfway Tree 
Church, Kingston, 5 
September 1887 ; 

marr. at Lyminge, 
CO. Kent, on Monday, 
10 January 1916. 



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Walter Temple Cobbold of Fox Hall Lodge, 
CO. Suffolk; died on Friday, 2 August 1850. 



Louisa Ann, only dau. of Charles Montagu= 
Pocock of the 2nd Light Dragoons, King's 
German Legion; inarr. at Christ Church, 
Brixton, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Richard 
Cobbold), on Thursday, 24 May i860; 
died, aged 22, at Montague House, Grove 
Road, Brixton, on Monday, 15 April 1861. 
ist wife. 



-Henry Chevallier Cobbold,= 
born in Tower Street, Ipswich, 
on Saturday, i September, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le -Tower, 
Ipswich, 30 September 1832 ; 
educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1847 ; admitted a 
Solicitor Hilary Term 1857 ; 
died at Ascot, co. Berks, 1 1 
September 1902, bur. there. 



Charlotte, 2nd dau. 
of W. R. G. Key; 
marr. at Cudding- 
ton, CO. Bucking- 
ham, on Wednesday, 
14 June 1865. 2nd 
wife. 



Charles Macdonell Anderson, M.I)., of i Elm Park=T=Maud Chevallier, born at 8 Tavistock 



Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex (youngest son 
of Colonel John Cumming Anderson, R.E., C.S.I.) ; 
born at Bangalore, India, 1 ( October 1866, bapt. there ; 
educated at Marlborough ; M.D. Edin. 1896, M.B., 
CM. 1889, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1892. 



Place, London, on Saturday, 16 March 
1867, bapt. at St. Margaret Pattens, 
London ; marr. at the Pro -Cathedral, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 
18 January 1894. 



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Frances Louisa Chevallier, bom at Mount 
Mansfield, St. Andrew's, Jamaica, on Friday, 
29 March 1S89. 



Maud Chevallier, bom at Felixstowe, St. 
Andrew's, Jamaica, on Tuesday, 9 December 
1890. 



Violet Chevallier, born at Felixstowe, 
St. Andrew's, Jamaica, on Wednesday, 
13 December 1893. 



Felix Chevallier Cobbold, born at Felixstowe, St. 
Andrew's, Jamaica, i January 1895. 



John Dupuis Cobbold of Holywells, Ipswich ; bom at= 
The Cliff, Ipswich, on Monday, 11 March 1861, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Ipswich ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term,' 1879, B.A. 1883 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk, 
High Sheriff 1901 ; Mayor of Ipswich 1914-15. 



=Lady Evelyn (Murray), eldest dau. of 
Charles Adolphus, 7th Earl of Dun- 
more ; born in Brook Street, Hanover 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 17 
July 1867 ; marr. at Cairo, Egypt, 23 
April 1891. 



Major Algernon Ryder Lambert Sladen of Hill House,^ 
St. Osyth, Essex (son of Lieut. -Colonel Joseph Sladen 
of Ripple Court, co. Kent, R.A., by Lady Sarah Sophia 
[I^mbart] his wife, younger dau. of Frederick William, 
8th Earl of Cavan, see " Visitation of Ireland,^' Vol. 4, 
page 21) ; born 20 September 1885 ; Major commanding 
2/2 London Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. /|\ 



^Winifred Evelyn, bom in January 
1892, bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich; marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, 
London, on Wednesday, 17 May 
1913- 



John Murray Cobbold, bom at Holywells, Ipswich, on 
Thursday, 28 January 1897, bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich ; educated at Eton ; joined the Scots Guards as 
2nd Lieutenant i October 1915 ; served in European 
War. 

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Pamela, bora at Holywells, Ipswich, 
on Wednesday, 3 January 1900, 
bapt. at St. Clement's, Ipswich. 



Rev. Frnncis Cobbold, born at Eye, co. Suffolk ; educated= 
at the Grammar School, Bury St. Edmunds, admitted 
1814, and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 11 November 1822, B.A. 1827, MA. T830 ; 
Incumbent (formerly Curate) of St. Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, and Rector of Hemley, both co. Suffolk, 1831 
until liis death ; died, aged 42, in the parish of 
St. Margaret's, Ipswich, on Saturday, 6 April 1844. 



=Mary Anne, only child of Thomas 
Cobbold of Catton, co. Norfolk, by 
Mary his 1st wife, dau. of Thomas 
Trapnell of Holbrook, co. Suffolk ; 
mnrr. at Catton on Thursday, 19 
January 1832 ; died, aged 62, at 
43 Harewood Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 5 August 1868. 



Rev. Charles Henry Chevallier of Aspall Hall,=T=Isabella Frances, born at St. Mary-le- 



c:o. Suffolk (son of the Rev. John Chevallier 
of Aspall, by Elizabeth Cole his 3rd wife) ; 
educated at Eton (admitted 1838), at Charter- 
house (admitted 1839), and at Trinity College, 
O.xford, mitriculated 14 May 1842, B.A. 1846, 
M.A. 1849; Perpetual Curate of Aspall 1849 
until his death; Hon. Canon of Norwich 1878; 
J. P. for CO. Suffolk ; died, aged 6r, at Aspall 
Hall 8 May 1885, bur. at Aspall. Will dated 29 
October 1872, with codicil dated 26 September 
1873, proved at Ipswich 29 July 1885, by Isabella 
Frances Chevallier, relict. ^ 



Tower Parsonage, Ipswich, on Friday, 
29 August, bapt. at St. Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, I October 1834 ; marr. at 
Aspall (by the Rev. Temple Chevallier) 
on Thursday, 13 July 1854 ; died, aged 82, 
at the Rectory, Aspall, 31 March, bur. 
at Aspall 5 April 191 7. Will dated 
23 August 1916, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 30 May 1917, by John 
Barrington Trapnell Chevallier and 
Frances Mary Chevallier. 



(J^or issue see Pedigree of Chevallier, page 12.) 



Thomas Clement Cobbold, C.B. ; born in Tower Street, Ipswich, on Monday, 22 July, bapt. at 
St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 15 August 1833 ; educated at Charteriiouse, admitted 1848 ; Charge 
d'Affaires at Baden Baden 1867, at Rio de Janeiro 1870, and at Lisbon 1873-75 ; M.P. for 
Ipswich I January 1876 until his death ; C.B. 2 September 1879; died, aged 50, at Ipswich on 
Wednesday, 21 November 1883, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 20 August 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 195, 84), 7 March 1884, by Nathanael Fromanteel Cobbold, brother. 



Christian Chevallier Cobbold, born at Finborough Lodge, Putney, = 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 7 December 1868; died, aged 42, at 32 
Cathcart Road, South Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 21 
December, bur. in the cemetery at Mortlake, co. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 24 December 1910. Will dated 7 December 1910, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 26, 11), 20 January 191 1, by Olive 
Haygarth Cobbold, relict. 



=01ive Haygarth, dau. of 
P. Southwell Preeston of 
Marshalls, Braintree, co. 
Essex ; marr. at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London, on Tues- 
day, 27 February 1900. 



Reginald Chevallier Cobbold, 
born at 32 Cathcart Road, 
South Kensington, on New 
Year's Day, 1901. 



Robert Southwell Chevallier 
Cobbold, born at 32 Cathcart 
Road on Tuesday, 29 July 
1902. 



Temple Chevallier Cobbold, 
born at 32 Cathcart Road on 
Saturday, 13 February 1904. 



Lieut.-Colonel Henry George Ricardo of Gatcombe, co.= 
Gloucester (eldest son of Henry David Ricardo of 
(Satcombe, by Ellen his wife, dau. of the Yen'''" 
William Crawley, Archdeacon of Monmouth ; born 23 
June i860; entered the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant 
6 April 1879, Captain 1887, Major Reserve of Officers 
1897, temporary Lieut.-Colonel 23 December 1914. /fy 



=Adela Lucy, born at The Cliff, Ipswich, 
on Monday, 16 January 1865 ; marr. 
at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich (by 
her uncle, the Rev. Edward John 
Gore Dupuis), on Thursday, 6 August 
1885. 



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Alexander Henry Bartlet, M.D., of Ipswich, co. Sufrolk= 
(only son of Alexander Bartlet); born 31 August 1800; 
L.S.A. Loud. 1821, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1823, Fellow 1844, 
M.D. Aberdeen 1859; died, aged 86, at Ipswich, 4 July 
1SS7, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 
5 August 1880, proved at Ipswich 30 July 1887, by John 
Henry Bartlet, M.D., son, and Katherine Agnes Bartlet, 
spinster, daughter. 



=Mary Caroline, born 6 September 
1802 ; marr. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich (by the Rev. Richard 
Cobbold), on Wednesday, 6 Sep- 
tember 1826; died 1 February 
1876, buried in the cemetery at 
Ipswich. M.I. 



Harriet Sophia, born in Tower Street, Ipswich, on 
Sunday, 13 July, bapt. at St. Mary -le -Tower, Ipswich, 
27 July 1834 ; died on Monday, 25 August following. 



A son, born at Putney, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 
21 March 1870. 



Edgar George==Dorothy Chevallier, marr. at 
Gubbins. The Oratory, Brompton, Lon- 

don, on Saturday, 20 October 
1900. 



A daughter, born at 
Putney on Saturday 
4 October 1873. 



Brigadier-General Charles Cunliffe Owen, C.B. (son of Major- Generals- 
Charles Henry Owen, R.A., by Emily Linzce his wife, dau. of 
W. A. Hunt of Burleigh, co. Devon) ; born at Woolwich, co. Kent, 20 
November 1863 ; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 14 February 18S3, 
Captain 1891, Major 1900, Lieut. -Colonel 1909, Substantive Colonel 
1914, Brig.-General 19 January 1915 ; served in South African War 
1899-1901, at Relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 16 April 1901, Queen's medal with six clasps); 
in the European War 1914, commanded 26th Brigade, R.F.A., 
France (Marne, Aisne), 2nd Infantry Brigade (Ypres) ; Brig.-General 
R.A., Australian and New Zealand Army Corps 19 January 1915; 
landed at Gallipoli 25 April, at Anzac till December, Brig.-General 
R.A., Dardanelles Army November 1915 to February 1916; landed 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 19 October 1914, 17 February and 5 November 
1915); C.B. 18 February 1915; Officer of Legion of Honour. He married andly Hilda 
Clothilde Louise, dau. of S. Everett of Boston, LLS.A. 



-Margaret Mary, bom at 
The Cliff, Ipswich, on 
Monday, 4 February 
1867 ; marr. at St. Mary- 
le -Tower, Ipswich, on 
Wednesday, 19 October 
1892 ; died, aged 27, 
at Neemuch, India, on 
'I'hursday, 29 November 
1894, bur. there. 



France 2 April 1916 



*S 



David Hanbury=Y'Louisa Emily, born ii September 1804; marr. at St. Clement's, Ipswich, on 



of Sudbury, co. 
Suffolk. 



Tuesday, 16 August 1825; died at Ipswich on Sunday, 17 November 1889, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 13 July 1883, proved at 
Ipswich 31 December 1889, by David Hanbury, son. 



Herbert Wilkinson Cobbold, born in Tower 
Street, Ipswich, on Saturday, 8 August, bapt. at 
St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 30 August 1835 ; died, 
aged 16, in the Gulf of Martaban on board the 
East India Co.'s steam frigate "Zenobia," on 
Sunday, 9 May 1853. 



Temple Francis Cobbold, born in Tower 
Street, Ipswich, on Friday, 21 October, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 28 
October 1836 ; died on Sunday, 26 March 
1837- 



Millicent Adela,= 
3rd dau. of Joseph 
Fell Christy of 
Upton, Alresfoid, 
CO. Hants, by 
Lilias his wife, 
dau. of James 
13owie of Chest- 
nut Grove, King- 
ston, ist wife. 



=Major Ralph Patteson Cobbold of Welford Park,= 
Newbury, co. Berks ; born at Ipswich on Wednesday, 
10 February 1869; educated at Eton, admitted 1883; 
entered the King's Royal Rifle Corps as 2nd Lieutenant 
17 October 1888, Lieutenant 1890, Captain Reserve of 
Officers 1899, temporary Major loth Battalion The Royal 
Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 25 September 1914; 
served in Burmah, in Wuntho Expedition, 1891, and Expedi- 
tion to Manipur same year; in South .'\frican\Var 1899- 1900, 
as Special Service Officer,also D. A. A. G. and employed under 
Military Governor of Pretoria (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 16 April 1901, medal with five clasps, 
promoted Captain Reserve of Officers ; in East Africa 1901, 
at operations in Somaliland with the Abyssinian Forces 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 18 April 
1902, Star of Ethiopia, 2nd-class, medal with clasp); served 
in European War ; Author of " Innermost Asia," 1900. 



=Minnie Diana, 
dau. of Thomas 
Pitt of South 
Africa ; married 
at St. Mary-le- 
Strand, London, 
on Tuesday, 7 
March 1905- 
She married 
istly Hermann 
Eckstein. 2nd 
wife. 



Ralph Hamilton Cobbold, born at Compton House, 
CO. Wilts, on Tuesday, 22 May 1906. 



36 



Rev. William Charles Fonnereau of Christ Churcii Park, Ipswich (youngest=f='Katherine Georgiana, 



twin son of the Rev. Charles William Fonnereau, LL.D., of Ciirist Church 
Park, by Harriot Deborah his wife, eldest dau. of Thomas Neale, M.l)., 
of Freston Tower, co. Suffolk); born 21 June, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Ipswich, 25 July 1806; educated at Winchester and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 27 February 1823, Fellow-Coninioner 24 
April 1823, B.A. 1827, M. A. 1830; J. P. and D.L co. Suffolk; died at 
Ipswich 30 July, bur. at Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, 6 August 1855. AV'ill 
with codicils dated 13 January 1854 to 22 April 1855, proved (P.C.C. 
200, 56) 18 March 1856. Portrait in oils, by his wife, at Christ Church 
Mansion. ^ 

{See Pedigree of Fonnereau, Vol. 17, page 162.) 



marr. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich, 3 January 1832 ; 
died at I'unbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, on \Vednesday, 
12 August 1885, bur. at 
Tuddenham. \V'ill dated 
31 August 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 853, 85), 
7 October 1885. 



Maria Caroline, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. Charles 
Drage, Rector of Wester- 
field, CO. Suffolk ; marr. 
at Westerficld (by her 
uncle, the Rev. William 
Henry Drage) on Thurs- 
day, 30 July 1863; died 
at Beverley Lodge, Col- 
chester, CO. Essex, on 
Friday, 24 December 
1875, bur. at Westerfield. 
ist wife. 



=Nathanael Fromanteel^pCaroline Ellen Alice (his= 



Cobbold of Ips vich ; 
born in Tower Street, 
Ipswich, on Friday, 18 
January, bapt. at St. 
Mary- le -Tower, Ips- 
wich, 7 February 1 839 ; 
died, aged 47, at Ips- 
wich 18 February 1886, 
bur. at Westerfield. 
Will dated 13 June 
1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 518, 86) 24 June 
i88t), by Felix Thorn- 
ley Cobbold, brother, 
and Caroline Alice 
Cobbold, relict. 



cousm), dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Boutell, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
John Chevallier, M.D., of 
Aspall Hall, co. Suffolk 
{see Pedigree of Chevallier, 
page 8) ; born 2 March 
1843 ; marr. at Ipswich in 
October 1881 ; died, aged 
39, at Beverley Lodge, 
Colchester, 18 September 
1882, bur. in the cemetery 
at Ipswich. M.I. 2nd wife. 



Clement John Fromanteel Cobbold of Belstead= 
Brook, Ipswich ; born at Beverley Lodge, 
Colchester, 27 August 1882; educated at 
Eton, admitted September 1895, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1900, B.A. 1903, M.A. 
1909; Captain (temporary Major) 6th Cyclist 
Battalion The Suffolk (Territorial) Regiment 
7 July 1914; served in European War 
(mentioned in despatches July 1915); Cjplain 
in the Army for special work. 



.Stella Willoughby 
Savile, dau. of 
Charles Cameron, 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Robert 
MexboroughShep- 
herd ; born in 
1882 ; married at 
St. Mary-at-Stoke, 
Ipswich, I October 
1903- 



^Caroline Alice (his 
cousin), of Oaklands, 
Belstead Road, Ips- 
wich, dau.of 'I'homas 
Kinder of Sandridge 
Bury, CO. Herts, by 
Carolinehisvtife, dau. 
of the Rev. John 
Chevallier. M.D., of 
Aspall Hall (see Pedi- 
gree of Chevallier, 
page 8) ; born 13 
October 1850 ; marr. 
at Sandridge 28 May 
1884. 3rd wife. 



Cameron Fromanteel Cobbold, born at 
23 Eaton Place, London, 14 September 
1904, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 



Guy Fromanteel Cobbold, 
born at Tower Street, 
Ipswich, on Friday, 10 
April 1885, bapt. at St. 
Mary -le -Tower, Ipswich ; 
educated at Eton, admitted 
May 1898, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated Michaelmas Term, 
1903, B.A. 1906; tempo- 
rary Captain 9th (Service) 
Battalion The York and 
Lancaster Regiment 12 
December 1914; served in 
European War (wounded in 
France in July 1916). 



Colonel Wilfrid Dallas, Earl Cairns, C.M.G. ; born at 79 Eaton Place, London, "fOlive, born at 

28 November 1865, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London; educated at | Ipswich on Satur 

Wellington College ; Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 13 May 1885, Captain 5th (Militia) 

Battalion 1895, Major 1898, retired with hon. rank of Lieut.- Colonel 1905 ; 

Lieut.-Colonel Commanding 5th Battalion London (Territorial) Regiment 8 April 

1905; temporary Colonel in the Army; served in South African War 1902 

(Queen's medal with three clasps); in European War 1914 (mentioned in 

despatches, "London Gazette," 17 February 1915); C.M.G. 18 February 1915; 

succeeded his brother, Herbert John, as 4th Earl, t4.January 1905. 



day, 4 February 
187 1, bapt. there; 
marr. at St. 
Michael's, Ches- 
ter Square, Lon- 
don, la July 1S94. 



Rear-Admirat Frederick Chevallier Syer, born 13 May 1799;= 
Lieutenant in the Navy 22 May 1828, Commander 1841, 
Captain 7 February 1855, retired as Rear-Admiral ; died, 
aged 74, at Hastings, co. Sussex, on Good Friday, 3 April 
1874, bur. at Kedington, co. Suffolk. M.I. Will dated 16 
August 1868, with two codicils dated 4 May and 9 November 
187 1, proved at Bury St. Edmunds 18 May 1874, by Harry 
Teverson Purkis and Henry Crabb Canham. 



= Agnes, born 8 October 1807; 
marr. at St. Clement's, Ipswich, 
co.Suffolk, 3 May 1842 ; died, 
aged 87, at Farnhani All Saints', 
CO. Suffolk, on Wednesday. 18 
September, bur. at Kedington 
23 September 1895. ^-I- 



Major Ernest St. George Cobbold, born in Tower Lane,= 
Ipswich, on Thursday, 23 April, bapt. at St. Mary-le- 
Tower, Ipswich, 24 May 1840; educated at Carshalton 
and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; 
entered the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant 23 Decem- 
ber 1857 ; afterwards hon. Major ist Suffolk Rifle 
Volunteers; J. P. for co. Suffolk; died, aged 54, at 
Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 23 February, 
bur. at Whitton-cum-Thurleston, co. Suffolk, 28 
February 1895 Will dated 31 January 1895, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 704, 95) i June 1895, by Helen Emma 
Cobbold, relict, Herbert St. George Cobbold, son, 
and Lucas Temple Cobbold, cousin. 



=Helen Emma, of West Wood, Ipswich ; 
youngest dau. of Philip Cazenove of 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, by Emma 
his wife, dau. of Edward Knapp of Win- 
chester, CO. Hants; bornatUpperClapton, 
CO. Middlesex, 30 October, bapt. at St. 
James', Upper Clapton, 28 December 
1842 ; marr. at Christ Church, Battersea, 
CO. Surrey (by the Rev. Arthur Cazenove), 
on Thursday, 7 January 1864; died at 
Ipswich on Wednesday, 14 November 
1917. 



Laura Helen, Lieut.- Colonel Ernest Cazenove Cobbold, C.B., born at= 

bornatUfford, Ufford on Monday, 15 January 1866; educated at Charter- 

co. Suffolk, house, admitted 1879 ; Lieutenant York and Lancaster 

on Monday, Regiment 29 August 1885, Captain 1895, Major 1901, 

19 December Lieut. -Colonel i July 1912; Superintendent Gymnasia, 

1864, bapt. North-Eastern district, i March 1901 to 22 April 1904; 

there 14 Feb- served in South African War 1899- 1900, at relief of Lady- 

ruary 1865. smith, actions at Spion Kop, Vaal Krantz, Tugela Heights 

and at Pieters Hill (Queen's medal with three clasps) ; 

in European War 19 14 (mentioned in despatches, "London 

Gazette," 17 February 1915); C.B. 18 February 1915. 



=Edith Mary, 
dau. of Colonel 
Arthur Welles- 
ley White, 
R.A. ; mar- 
ried at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, on 
Thursday, 9 
July 1896. 



Mirabel, bom 2 May 1904, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. 



Herbert St. George Cobbold of The Rookery, = 
Sproughton, co. Suffolk (2nd son of Ernest St 
George Cobbold) ; born at Ufford, co. Suffolk, on 
Wednesday, 22 March, bapt. there 23 April 1871; 
educated at Haileybury (see page 30). 



=Evelyn Anna (his cousin), born at Ipswich 
on Saturday, 15 March 1873, bapt. at 
Felixstowe, co. Suffolk ; marr. at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 
on Saturday, 20 February 1909. 



28 



George Read Dixon of Grove Lane, Camberwell,= 
CO. Surrey, attorney ; marr. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, on Tuesday, 3 September 
1833 ; died, aged 32, at Ipswich, 7 October 1839. 
ist husband. 



= Emily. = Henry Cobbold (son of George 
Cobbold of Trimley, co. Suffolk) ; 
marr. at St. Clement's, Ipswich, 
15 February 1840. 2nd husband. 



Felix Thornley Cobbold of Felixstowe Lodge, co. Suffolk, M.P. ; born in 
Tower Lane, Ipswich, on Wednesday, 8 September, bapt. at St. Mary- 
le-Tower, Ipswich, 25 September 1841 ; educated at Eton (King's 
Scholar), admitted 1859 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 13 June 
1861, afterwards of King's College, Cambridge, B.A. (ist-class Classics) 
1865, M.A. 1868, Fellow 1868 till death, Bursar ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
called to the Bar 17 November 1868; J. P. for co. Suffolk; Mayor 
of Ipswich; M.P. for Suffolk (Stowmarket division) 1885-86, and for 
Ipswich 1906-1909; died at 3 Whitehall Court, London, aged 68, on 
Monday, 6 December, cremated at Golder's Green 9 December 1909, 
memorial services at St. Margaret's, Westminster, and at St. Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, the following day. Will dated 11 September 1908, proved at 
Ipswich s February 1910, by Philip Wyndham Cobbold, nephew. 



Sophia Marianna 
Edwyna, born at 
Ipswich on Sun- 
day, 14 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary- 
le - Tower, Ips- 
wich,! 7 February 
1844; died on 
Sunday, 19 May 
following. 



Helen Mary, John Barrington Trapnell Chevallier of Aspall Hall, co.= 
bornatUfford, Suffolk (eldest son of the Rev. Charles Henry Chevallier 
CO. Suffolk, on of Aspall Hall, by Isabella Frances his wife, only dau. of 
We dnesday, the Rev. Francis Cobbold, Rector of Heinley, co. Suffolk ; 
4 December born at Aspall 10 January 1857, bapt. at Aspall; 
1867, bapt. educated at Eton and at King's College, Cambridge, 
there 15 Jan- matriculated 14 October 1876, B.A. (2nd-class Mathe- 
uary 1868. niatical tripos) 1880, M.A. 1886 ; Assistant Master Lancing 

College 1880-82, at Repton School 1882-85 ; President of 
Suffolk Chamber of Agriculture 1889; Director of Mid- 
Suffolk Light Railway; J. P. for co. Suffolk. ^ 



'Isabel Amy, bom 
at Ufford 29 July, 
bapt. there 29 Au- 
gust 1869 ; marr. 
at Whittoncum- 
Thurleston, co. Suf- 
folk, on Wednesday, 
8 September 1897. 



(See Pedigree of Chevallier, 
page 12.) 



PhilipWyndhamCobboldof Kesgrave Hall and Felixstowe, =f=Cicely Augusta, 4th dau. of the 



CO. Suffolk ; born at Ipswich on Tuesday, 5 January 1875, 
bapt. at St. Clement's, Ipswich ; educated at Eton, 
admitted July 1893, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1893 (2nd-class Law 
Tripos, part i, 1895), LL.B. 1896; Captain 4th 
Battahon The Suffolk (Territorial) Regiment 25 
December 19 14. 



Hon"= Ralph Pelham NeviU of 
Birling Manor, co. Kent (younger 
son of William, 4th Earl of Aber- 
gavenny) ; born 6 March 1872; 
marr. at Birling, co. Kent, 14 
January 1902. 



Joan, born 3 
November 1902. 



Robert NeviU Cobbold, 
born 10 June 1904.. 



Alastair Philip Cobbold, 
bom 8 September 1907. 



29 



Felicity, born 10 
February 1910. 



Alfred Cobbold of Bramford, co.= 
Suffolk, and of 3 Bedford Row, Lon- 
don ; born 25 August 1813; admitted 
a Solicitor Hiliary Term 1837 ; died at 
Bramford on Friday, 3 November 1882, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. 



=Frances Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Lucas 
Worship, Rector of Stokesby, co. Norfolk; born 16 
May 182 1 ; marr. at Stokesby on Thursday, 5 December 
1850; died, aged 57, on Sunday, 19 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich on 'i'hursday, 23 January 1879, 
after service at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich. M.L 



Francis Alfred Cobbold of Westbury Lodge, Ipswich ; born at The=j=Frederica Julia, dau. of 



Fountains, Ipswich, on Saturday, 28 February, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 14 April 1852 ; educated at Rugby 
and at St. John's College, Cambridge ; J. P. for Ipswich ; died 
at Chiswick, co. Middlese.x, on Sunday, 28 M:iy 1915, bur. 
at Ipswich. Will dated 28 August 1914, with codicil dated 9 
October 1914, proved at Ipswich 20 July 1915, by Frederica Julia 
Cobbold, relict, and Lucas Temple Cobbold, brother. 



John Lucas Worship of 
Riverhead, co. Kent ; 
born in December 1855 ; 
marr. at Riverhead on 
Wednesday, 7 April 
1880. 



Francis Alfred Worship 
Cobbold. 



Freda Angela. Gladys Jessie, died at Westbury Lodge, 
Ipswich, on Sunday, 5 August 1917. 



Richard Green of The Whittern, co. Hereford, and of Havercroft,=pConstance Sophia, born at 



CO. York (son of Joseph Green of Havercroft, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Richard Ray wood of Stairfoot, co. York) ; born 22 
January 1829; J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, High Sheriff 
1889 ; died, aged 74, on Sunday, 6 September, bur. at Lyonsliall, 
CO. Hereford, 9 September 1903. He married istly Jane, dau. 
of Henry Bowser. /fv 



Ipswich on Friday, 6 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary-ie-'l'ower, 
Ipswich, 29 June 1845 ; marr. 
there on Wednesday, 6 
September 1876. 



St. George Cobbold of 



Herbert 

Rookery, Sproughton, co. Suffolk ; born at 
Ufford on Wednesday, 22 March, bapt. 
there 23 April 187 1 ; educated at Haileybury ; 
and Lieutenant The Duke of Connaught's 
Own Hampshire and Isle of Wight Artillery 
21 December 1889 ; afterwards Major Essex 
and Suffolk Artillery Militia. 



The=Evelyn Anna, dau. of John Elsie Mabel, 

Patteson Cobbold; born 15 born at Ufford 

March 1873, bapt. at Felixstowe, 21 April, bapt. 

CO. Suffolk ; marr. at St. Mark's, there 25 May 

North Audley Street, London, 1873. 
on Saturday, 20 February 1909 
{see page 28). 



30 



Jane Elliston ;= 
marr in 1838. 
I St wife. 



/f. 



■Arthur Thomas Cobbold of=Sarah, dau. of Robert Elliston of Ipswich ; 
Colchester, co. Essex ; bapt. marr. at St. Pancras', London, on Monday, 
at St. Clement's, Ipswich, 15 July 1861. 2nd wife. 
26 August 1815. 



Je.ssie Harriot, of Felix- 
stowe, CO. Suffolk ; born 
at The Fountains, Ipswich, 
on Thursday, 6 April 
1854. 



Lucas Temple Cobbold of The=Lucy Maude, eldest d.TU. of 
Manor House, Oulton, near Lowes- Francis Gostling Foster of 
toft, CO. Suffolk ; born at Ipswich Norwich ; marr. at St. Peter's 
5 November 1855, bapt. there; Mancroft, Norwich, on 
educated at Chardstock, co. Dorset. Thursday, 26 August 1886. 



Grace Beatrice, 
born at The Foun- 
tains, Ipswich ; 
died, aged 6, 25 
October 1 863, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Ipswich. M.I. 



Reginald Dalton 
Cobbold, born at 
The Fountains, 
Ipswich ; died, 
aged 3, 25 October 
1863, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ips- 
wich. M.I. 



John Edward Heigham Hasted=j=Fanny Georgina, born 

of Great Bealings, co. Suffolk at Ipswich 20 Janii ry 

(eldest son of Colonel John 

Ord Hasted, R. E., Secretary 

to the Government, Public 

Works Department, Madras) ; 

of the Madras Police. 



1862 ; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, Ootaca- 
mund, India, on 
Monday, 2 January 
1888. 



Gerald Lachlan=j=Sybil Constance, 



Porter, eldest 
son of Frederick 
Porter of Lex- 
ham Gardens, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London. 



bom at Ufford, 
CO. Suffolk, on 
Wednesday, 3 
February, bapt. 
there in March 
1875 ; married 
atWhitton-cum- 
Thurleston, co. 
Suffolk, on Fri- 
day, 24 April 
1896. 



A 



Lieut. -Colonel Rupert Farquhar Riley,^ 
C.M.G., D.S.O.; born 11 October 1873; 
2nd Lieutenant King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry 9 December 1896, 
Lieutenant 1899, Captain 1901, Staff- 
Captain, War Office, 3 January 191 2 
to 17 March 19 15, Deputy- Assistant 
Director, War Office, 18 March to 
20 July 1915, Assistant Director 21 
July 1915 ; Major 1914, temporary 
Lieut. -Colonel 21 July 1915 ; served in 
operations on the North-West frontier 
of India 1897-98, with Tirah Expedi- 
tionary Force (medal with clasp) ; in 
South African War 1899-1902 (men- 
tioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 
10 September 1901, Queen's medal 
with five clasps, King's medal with two 
clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 1900) ; 
C.M.G. 1917. /iv 



■Violet Louise, bom 
at Ufford 6 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
14 March 1877 ; 
marr. at Whitton- 
cum-Thurleston, on 
Thursday, 16 April 
1903 ; died at Saw- 
bridgeworth, co. 
Hertford, 1 9 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Whitton- 
rum-Thurleston 23 
November 1916. 



31 



Edward Hanbury= 
of Bloomville Hall 
Hacheston, co. Suf- 
folk (9th and youn- 
gest son of Charles 
Hanhury of Sloe 
Farm, Halstead, co. 
Essex) ; marr. at St. 
Clement's, Ipswich, 
on Tuesday, 20 
January 1835; died, 
aged 41, in London 
8 February 1850. 
I St husband. 



=Harriet Anne,= 
died at 55 Tor- 
rington Square, 
London, on Sun- 
day, 20 Novem- 
ber 1864. Adfnon 
granted at the 
Principal Regis- 
try 13 January 
1864, to Borlase 
Hill Adams, 

husband. 



=Thomas Rose of= 
Llanidloes, co. 
Montgomery; 
niarr. at Mont- 
gomery 6 May 
1851. Will 
dated 20 May 
1853, proved 
(P.C.C. 9°4, 53) 
9 December 
1853, by Richard 
Thursfield and 
William Rose, 
cousin. 2nd 

husband. 



=Borlase Hill Adams, 2nd son of 
William Adams of Thorpe, co. 
Surrey, LL.D. by the Hon'''' Mary 
Anne Cokayne his wife ; born in 
181 7; of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 May 1835, B.A. 
1839, M.A. 1842 ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
called to the Bar 24 November 
1843 ; marr. at St. Giles'-in-the- 
Fields, London, on Thursday, 10 
May 1855 ; died 29 April 1885. He 
married 2ndly, 18 August 1874, 
Mary Anne, dau. of the Rev. 
William Brown Staveley, Rector of 
High Halden, co. Kent. 3rd 
husband. 



Rev. John Black= 
Banipton (only 
son of John Bamp- 
ton of Ipswich) ; 
of Chri.st's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1839, M.A. 1864; 
Domestic Chap- 
lain to Lord Wyn- 
ford ; died, aged 
70, at 42 Marine 
Parade, Dover, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 
19 May 1888. 



I 
=Charlotte, born at The 
Cliff, Ipswich, bapt. at 
St. Clement's, Ipswich, 
25 November 181 7 ; 
marr. there (by the 
Rev. John Cobbold 
Aldrich), on Tuesday, i 
February 1842; died, 
aged 97, at 42 Marine 
Parade, Dover, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 1 November, 
bur. at Dover on Satur- 
day, 14 November 1914. 



Rev. Thomas Preston (2nd= 
son of Edward Preston of 
Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk) ; 
born 13 May 181 7; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 3 February 1836, 
B.A. 1839, M.A. 1843; Vicar 
of Swaffham Prior, co. Cam- 
bridge, 1856 ; died, aged 80, at 
the Vicarage, Swaffham Prior, 
on Saturday, 19 June, bur. 
at Swaffham Prior on Friday, 
25 June 1897. ^t\ 



=Jane Octavia, 
born at Ipswich 
20 April, bapt. at 
St. Clement's, 
Ipswich, 1 1 June 
1819; marr. 
there 26 Sep- 
tember 1843 ; 
died 25 Feb- 
ruary 1895, bur. 
at Swaffham 
Prior. 



^A/jioal^^^^ 




Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Sable, a bend engrailed between six billets 
argent. 

Crest. — A talbot passant ermine. 

Motto. — Non pour haine. 



aiington of ^toinljope, 
CO. ilincoln. 



Rev. Marmaduke Alington of Swin- = 
hope, CO. Lincoln (eldest son of the 
Rev. Heniy Alington of Swinhope, 
by Frances his wife, dau. of Robert 
Baron of Letchworth, co. Hertford 
(and eldest brother of the Rev. 
William Alington of Graveley, co. 
Hertford, see Vol. 7, page 28) ; 
born 2 September, ba[)t. at Aston, 
CO. Hertford, 24 September 1760; 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 7 April 
1778 ; of Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, R.A. 1782 ; Rector of 
^Valsoken, co. Norfolk, 1787; J. P. 
for CO. Lincoln ; died, aged 79, at 
Swinhope, 3 August, bur. there 
7 August 1840. M.L Will dated 
II July 1840, proved (P.C.C. 678 
Arden) 19 October 1840, by Anne 
Alington, the relict, and George 
Marmaduke Alington, son. 

(For earlier Pedigree see '^Notes'' 
to " Visitation of England and 
Wales" Vol. 7, page jr.) 



■Anne, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. John 
Emeris of Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, Rector 
of Tetford, co. 
Lincoln, by Ann 
his wife, only dau. 
of William Smyth 
Hobman of West- 
laby, in Wickenby, 
CO. Lincoln ; born 
25 February, bapt. 
at Louth 29 March 
1769 ; marr. there 
IS August 1794; 
died at Louth 19 
April, bur. at Swin- 
hope 24 April 185 1. 
M.L 

[See Pedigree of 
Emeris, Vol. I, 
page 8S.) 



Rev. William Cooper of West= 
Rasen, co. Lincoln ; Rector of 
Wadingham St. Mary and St. 
Peter, 16 July 1808, and of 
West Rasen, both co. Lincoln, 
15 April 1802 and 12 January 
1809 ; Chaplain-in- Ordinary to 
the King 1830, and afterwards 
to Queen Victoria ; died, aged 
86, at the Rectory, West Rasen, 

24 August 1856. Will dated 

25 July 1846, with six codicils 
dated 17 April 1849 *o 25 
April 1856, proved (P.C.C. 
743> 56) 3 October 1856, by 
Henry Pye. 



=Anne, died, 
aged 73, at 
Louth, on 
Wednesday, 
16 March 
1870. Will 
dated 2 1 Au- 
gust 1868, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 252, 
70) 6 April 
1870, by 
Frances 
C harlotte 
Cooper, 
daughter. 



George Marmaduke Alington= 
of Swinhope; born 17 Feb- 
ruary 1798; educated at 
Westminster School, admitted 
Christmas 181 2, and at St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1820 ; J. P. for the parts 
of Lindsey and D.L. for co. 
Lincoln ; died, aged 92, at 
Swinhope House, on Tues- 
day, 18 February 1890, bur. 
at Swinhope. VVill dated 24 
June 1873, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 899, 90) 14 October 
1890, by the Rev. Charles 
Argentine Alington, son. 



A 



=Mary, 4th dau. 
of Matthew 
Bancroft Lister 
of Burwell Park, 
CO. Lincoln, by 
Sophia Bolton 
his wife ; marr. 
17 May 1825; 
died, aged 72, 
at Swinhope 
House, on \\'ed- 
nesday, 9 May 
1877, bur. at 
Swinhope. 



George Hugh Alington, born 8 July 1826 ; Ensign 68th Light Infantry 30 December 1845, 
Lieutenant 14 May 1847 ; died unmarried at Malta 9 June 1852. Adtiion was granted 
(P.C.C.) 22 November 1852, to George Marmaduke .\lington, father. 



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Charlotte Mary,= 
younger dau. 
and coheir of 
John Yerburgh 
of Frampton, 
CO. Lincoln ; 
marr. in i8z6. 
I St wife. 



=Henry Alington Pye (twin with= 
Frances) of Somercoats, co. Lin- 
coln; horn 3 August 1799; 
educated at Westminster School, 
admitted Michaelmas Term 1813; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 
7 July 1828 the name and arms 
of Pye, in compliance with the 
the will of Sarah Rowe of Malpas, 
CO. Chester ; died, aged 83, at 
Brussels, Belguim, on Thursday, 
26 April 1883, bur. there. 



=Lady Albinia Frances (Hobart-Hampden), 

eldest dau. of Augustus Edward, 6th 
Earl of Buckinghamshire, by Mary his 
ist wife, eldest dau. of John Williams, 
King's Serjeant ; marr. at Sidmouth, 
CO. Devon, 20 November 1854; died 
at The Briars, Southfields, Wandsworth, 
CO. Surrey, 22 April 1893. Will dated 
29 May 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 487, 93) 
II May 1893, by Mary Albinia Cochran, 
daughter. 2nd wife. 



Charles Cary-Barnard (formerly in Holy Orders), eldest son of thc= 
Rev. Charles James Barnard, Rector of 15igby, co. Lincoln, by 
Caroline Arabella Elizabeth his wife and cousin, eldest dau. of 
Robert Cary Elwes of Great Billing, co. Northampton ; born at 
Grandchester, co. Cambridge, 14 December 1827 ; educated at 
Rugby, admitted 1841, and at Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
30 April 1846, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853; Rector of Brocklesby with 
Kirmingham, co. Lincoln, 1863-69; J. P. for parts of Lindsay, 
CO. Lincoln; died, aged 77, at 97 Ashley Gardens, Westminster, 
28 November, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 2 December 
1905. Will dated 25 February 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 8, 1906) 
13 January 1906, by Hubert Vyel Juan Cary-Barnard, son, and 
Collina Turner, spinster. He married 2ndly Alice Rose, youngest 
dau. of Edward de Selvier Solis of Darro, Spain. 

(See Pedigree of Barnard, Vol. ig, page 1^6.) 



=Charlotte Alington, born 
23 December 1830; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 18 May 
1854 ; composed about one 
hundred 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. Me- 
morial window in the parish 
church, Louth, co. Lincoln. 
I St wife. 



Rev. Charles Argentine Alington of Swinhope House, co. Lincoln ;= 
born 22 March 1828, bapt. at Swinhope; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 April 1847, B.A. 1851; Rector of 
Muckton with Burwell and Walmsgate 1853, and of Swin- 
hope, all CO. Lincoln, 1884 ; J. P. and County Councillor of the 
parts of Lindsey, Lincoln; died, aged 71, at Swinhope House, 
on Tuesday, 30 May 1899, bur. at Swinhope. Will dated 
16 October 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 949, 99) 22 August 1899, 
by Admiral Arthur Hildebrand Alington, Frederick William 
Alington and Albert Edward Alington, brothers. 



=Eleanor, youngest dau. of 
Daniel Cave of Cleve Hall, 
CO. Gloucester, and of Sid- 
bury Manor, co. Devon ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, i July 1873 ; 
died, aged 36, at the Rectory, 
Muckton, on Tuesday, 5 May 
1874, bur. at Swinhope. 



Eleanor Cave, born at the Rectory, Muckton, 
on Tuesday, 5 May 1874; died, aged 17, at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, on Thursday, 31 
March 1892, bur. at Swinhope. 



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Frances (twin with Henry), born 3 August 1799; died 
unmarried in 1828; bur. at Swinhope, co. Lincoln. 



Vice-Admiral Charles Home Cochran, M.V.O., of The= 
Retreat, Weston, Bath, co. Somerset (2nd son of Alexander 
Cochran of Ashkirk, co. Roxburgh, by Fanny his wife, dau. 
of Charles Batsford) ; born 22 June 1850, bapt. at Weston, 
Bath ; educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy ; 
entered as a Naval Cadet September 1863, Sub-Lieutenant 
1870, Lieutenant 1873, Commander 1888, Captain 1895, 
retired 22 June 1905, Rear-Admiral 1906, Vice-Admiral 
(retired) 191 1; M.V.O. (4th-class) 2 May 1902; served 
during Ashantee War 1873-74 (medal); has Jubilee and 
Coronation medals, also 28 January 1883, the silver medal. 
Royal Humane Society, for saving life at sea. He married 
andly, 11 June 1901, Evelyn Mary, dau. of the Hon""'' J. J. 
Felton, Member Legislative Council, of Stanley, Falkland 
Islands. 



=Mary Albinia, born 18 November 
1856; marr. at the Church of 
the Resurrection, Brussels, on 
Tuesday, 17 July 1877; died at 
Hill Farm, Westcott, Dorking, 
CO. Surrey, 26 January 1898, bur. 
at Westcott. \Vill dated 37 May 
1895, with two codicils dated 
27 May 1895 and 4 December 
1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 269, 98) 
7 March 1898, by Captain Charles 
Home Cochran, R.N., the husband. 
I St wife. 



Rev. William Charles Sharpe, B.D. ; of=f=Sophy Anne, marr. at Swinhope, Ellen Fanny, 



St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1838, 
M.A. 1841, B.D. 1848; Fellow and Senior 
Dean ; Vicar of All Saints', Cambridge, 
1856-62, and of Holme-on-Spalding- 
Moor, CO. York, 1862; died, aged 48, 
at Holme -on -Spalding -Moor, 6 March 
1865. Will dated 11 June 1862, with 
codicil dated i July 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 276, 65) 13 April 1865, by Charles 
Atkinson and Catharine Anne Sharpe, 
spinster, sister, and Sophy Anne Sharpe, 
the relict. A 



CO. Lincoln (by her brother, the 
Rev. Charles Argentine Alington), 
on Wednesday, 11 June 1862; 
died, aged 80, at 2 1 Gordon Road, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 19 May, bur. at Swinhope, 
on Tuesday, 24 May 1910. VVill 
dated 2 January 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1230, 1910) 25 August 
1 9 10, by Sophy Alice Mary Sharpe, 
spinster, daughter. 



died unmarried 
25 June 1905, 
bur. at Rich- 
mond, 
Surrey. 



CO. 



Frederick Parkin of Little Truro Vean, Truro, co. Com-=f-Charlotte Hildegard Mary, born at 



wall (son of John Bawden Parkin, Captain Royal 
Artillery, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Isaac Brooke, 
9th Lancers, of Brooke House, Horringer, co. Suffolk) ; 
born 20 March 1864, bapt. at Tenbury, co. Hereford; 
educated at Truro and at Woolwich ; admitted a 
Solicitor August 1885 ; Town Clerk of Truro, and 
Clerk to City Justices ; Major 4th Battalion Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry. /t\ 



The Holt, Alverstoke, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 6 May 187 1, bapt. at 
Alverstoke ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Richmond, co. Surrey (by her cousin, 
the Rev. Giles Alington), on Saturday, 
8 April 1899. 



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Rev. John Alington, born ii December 1801; = 
educated at Rugby and at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 July 1818, B.A. 1822, 
Fellow; M.A. 1825; Rector of Little Barford, co. 
Bedford, 30 August 1822, of Croxby, 10 May 1832, 
and of Candlesby, both co. Lincoln, 4 February 
1834 to I June 1883; J. P. for co. Lincoln; died, 
aged 81, at the Rectory, Candlesby, i June 1883. 
Will dated 13 August 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 655, 
83) 27 August 1883, by the Rev. Alan Marmaduke 
Alington and the Rev. Henry Giles Alington, sons. 



=Charlotte Sophia, youngest dau. of Sir Alan 
Bellingham, 2nd Baronet, of Castle Belling- 
ham, CO. Louth, by Elizabeth his wife, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Edward Walls of Boothby 
Hall, CO. Lincoln ; marr. at Spilsby, co. 
Lincoln, 12 May 1835 ; died, aged 84, 
at Hattoii, CO. Lincoln, 22 March 1898. 
Will dated 29 October 18S3, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 512, 98) 20 May 1898, by the Rev. 
Henry Giles Alington, son. 

E 



Admiral Arthur Hildebrand Alington of Swinhope House, co. Lincoln ;= 
born 10 October 1839; entered as a Naval Cadet 14 January 1852, 
Sub -Lieutenant 1858, Lieutenant 1859, Commander 1870, Captain 
1879, Rear-Admiral 1894 (retired 13 January 1899), Vice-Admiral 
1901, Admiral 16 June 1904; served in the Baltic and Black Seas during 
the Russian War 1854-1855, was present at the night attacks on the sea 
fortifications of Sebastopol, at the capture of Kertch and Kinburn, and the 
fall of Sebastopol (Baltic, Crimean and Turkish medals, Sebastopol 
clasp) ; Senior Lieutenant of the " Rinaldo " stationed on the coast of 
North America during the United States Civil War; Lieut.-Commander 
of the "Britomart" on Lake Erie during the Fenian riots 1866-68; 
Commander of the "Boxer" on West Coast of Africa ; present at the 
peace palaver at Whydah 12 May 1877 ; took an active part in the 
destruction of various piratical villages during the Niger Expedition 14 to 
28 August 1877 (mentioned in despatches); Captain of "Conqueror," 
Dreadnought" and "Superb" battleships; Assistant to Admiral Superin- 
tendent of Naval Reserve i April 1892 to 27 May 1894; Captain's Good 
Service Pension 27 August 1892 to 27 May 1894; 2nd in command 
of the Channel Squadron i May 1895 to i May 1896 and of the 
Channel Fleet at the Naval Tactical Exercises 1895; received silver 
medal from the Royal Humane Society 5 May i86i, for saving life at sea; 
J. P. for the parts of Lindsey, Lincoln, 1900; Lord of the Manor of 
Swinhope ; Patron of the livings of Swinhope and Stenigot. 



=Charlotte Mary, dau. of 
the Rev. Charles Moore 
of Garlenick, co. Corn- 
wall ; marr. at St. Creed, 
CO. Cornwall (by the 
Rev. Charles Argentine 
Alington and the Rev. 
Melville Russell Moore), 
on Thursday, 9 June 
1870 ; died, aged 71, at 
Swinhope House, 10 
December, cremated 
at Hull, the remains 
being deposited at 
Swinhope on Tuesday, 
16 December 1913. Will 
dated 25 April 1913, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 348, 
14) 5 March 1914, by 
Frederick Parkin and 
James Bonnell Ernest 
Hudson, sons-in-law. 



Major Arthur Cyril Marmaduke Alington of The Governor's House, = 
Stafford, and of Stenigot, Broxbourne, co. Hertford ; born at The 
Holt, Alverstoke, on Saturday, 15 June 1872, bapt. at Winchester 
Cathedral ; educated at Kelly College, Tavistock, co. Devon ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant East Lancashire Regiment 26 April 1893, Lieutenant 13 May 
1896, Adjutant of the Regiment January 1898 to January 1902, Captain 
17 November 1901 ; Adjutant Indian Volunteers 27 November 1906 ; 
retired 20 December 1911; served in South African War 1902, 
in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony (Queen's medal with 
two clasps); retired officer clerk at War Office August 1913 to 
December 1914; rejoined East Lancashire Regiment May 1915, 
promoted Major 28 May 1915 ; served in Flanders June 1915 (wounded, 
loss of sight of left eye at the Ypres salient July 1915; appointed 
Commandant Detention Barracks, Stafford, May 1916. 



=Gladys Evelyn, dau. of 
Major Thomas Bramston 
Hamilton, R.H.A., of Bit- 
terne Grove, co. Hants, by 
Margaret Elizabeth Mary 
his wife, of Old Manor 
House, Hythe, co. Kent, 
dau. of Rear-Admiral John 
Bettinson Cragg of Stoke, 
Devonport, co. Devon ; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Hythe, i December 1903. 



William James Mar- 
maduke Alington, 
born at Old Manor 
House, Hythe, 26 
March 1906, bapt. 
at Hythe. 



Rupert Hildebrand 
Alington, born at 
Old Manor House, 
Hythe, 16 March 
191 1, bapt. at 
Hythe. 



Patrick Hamilton 
Alington, born at 
Old Manor House, 
Hythe, 22 Novem- 
ber 191 2, bapt. at 
Hythe. 

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Cyril Geoffrey Marmaduke 
Alington, born at 8 Park 
Hill, Richmond, co. Surrey, 
ig August 1914, bapt. at 
St. Matthias', Richmond. 



Hildebrand William Alington of Boston, =Catherine Maria, dau. of Francis Overton of Louth, 



CO. Lincoln; born 23 March 1803; died 
at Boswell, South Elkington, co. Lincoln, 
13 February iS66. Will dated 13 January 
i866, proved at Lincoln 19 March i866, by 
the Rev. John Alington, brother. 



CO. Lincoln; died at Louth 13 April 1874. Will 
dated 14 December 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 
302, 74) 13 May 1874, by the Rev. John Winford 
Alington, nephew. 



Rev. Alan Marmaduke Alington, born i June= 
1836, bapt. at Candlesby, co. Lincoln ; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
June 1853, B.A. (4th-class Lit. Hum.) 1857, 
M.A. i860 ; Curate of Croxby and Beelsby 1861 
-1864; Rector of Benniworth, all co. Lincoln, 
1864; died, aged 52, at 4 Outram Terrace, 
Stoke, Devonport, co. Devon, on Friday, 22 June 
1888. Adnion granted at the Principal Registry 
30 October 1888, to Thomas Cheney Garfit. 



=Katharina Paulina, younger dau. of the Rev. 

Francis Thomas Atwood, Vicar of Grimsby, 
CO. Lincoln ; marr. at Quedgeley, co. Glou- 
cester, 20 September 1866; died, aged 77, at 
Christchurch, co. Hants, on Friday, 22 March 
1912. Will dated 19 March 1908, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 724, 1912) 6 May 191 2, by the 
Rev. Francis John Atwood, brother, and the 
Rev. Charles \Vynford Alington, son. 



Marmaduke Francis George 
Alington, born at the Rectory, 
Benniworth, on Thursday, 6 
August, died there, aged 17 
days, on Sunday, 23 August 
1868. _ 

Alan John Alington ; suc- 
ceeded to the Pye estate. 



I 
Herbert Edward 
Alington, born 
at the Rectory, 
Benniworth, on 
.Monday, SAugust 
1870; died, 
aged 12, at the 
Rectory, Benni- 
worth,on Sunday, 
25 February 1883. 



William Salter (eldest= 
.son of t lie Rev. William 
Charles Salter, Prin- 
cipal of St. Alban 
Hall, Oxford) ; of St. 
Alban Hall, matric- 
ulated 31 January 
1882, aged 19, B.A. 
from Merton College 
1885, M.A. 1888. 



=Katharine Mary, born 
at the Rectory, Benni- 
worth, on Saturday, 
25 November 1871 ; 
marr. at SS. Philip 
and James', Oxford, 
on Thursday, 23 July 
1896. 



Charlotte Blanche, born at the Rectory, 
Benniworth, on Sunday, 30 March 1873 ; 
died, aged 30, at St. John's Home, Cowley, 
CO. Oxford, on Thursday, 8 October 1903. 



A son born at the 
Rectory, Benniworth, on 
Sunday, 23 August 1874. 



A son born at the 
Rectory, Benniworth, on 
Tuesday, 18 July 1876. 



Albert Edward Alington of Binbrook,co. Lincoln, 
formerly of Canterbury, New Zealand; born 24 
November 1841 ; J. P. and County Councillor 
for CO. Lincoln ; died, aged 66, at Binbrook, 
on Tuesday, 28 April 1908, cremated in 
London, the remains being deposited in his 
mother's grave at Swinhope, co. Lincoln. Will 
dated 6 February 1906, proved at Lincoln 9 June 
1908, by Frederick William Alington, brother. 



Frederick William Alington of Stenigot, Brox- 
bourne, co. Hertford; born 27 July 1845; 
died, aged 69, at Stenigot, Broxboume, on 
Monday, 28 June, bur. at Broxboume on 
Saturday, 3 July 1915. Will dated 8 June 
1915, with codicil dated 16 June 19 15, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1225, 15) 24 July 191 5, 
by Walter Watson. 



James Bonnell Ernest Hudson of Cliveden, Fern-=i=Sophy Ellen Elfrida, bom at The Holt, 



down, CO. Dorset (son of Captain Thomas Keith 
Hudson, R.N., by Mary Jane his wife, dau. of 
John Bonnell) ; born at Devonport, co. Devon, 
16 May 1866; educated at Spring Hill School, 
Southampton, and at the Royal Engineering College, 
Cooper's Hill ; Superintendent Indian Telegraph 
Department, retired 15 March 191 1. /t\ 

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Aberdeen, on Thursday, 23 July 1874; 
marr. at Swinhope, co. Lincoln, 1 2 
August 1902 ; died at Cliveden, Fem- 
down, on Tuesday, 5 February, bur. 
at Hampreston, co. Dorset, on Saturday, 
9 February 19 18. 



Rev. Richard Pye Alington, bom 13 August 1809; of= 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1835 ; Curate of Thor- 
ganby, Rector of Swinhope 8 August 1837, and of Stenigot 
4 August 1837, all CO. Lincoln ; died, aged 75, at the 
Rectory, Swinhope, on Monday, 3 November 1884. 



=Emily, dau.of William Medland 
of Hertford; marr. in 1842; 
died, aged 81, at Witham, co. 
Essex, on Thursday, 15 May 1902. 



Henry Ravvdon Alington, 
born in 1844; died 
unmarried in 1889. 



Algernon Yockney, Assistant Clerk^Mildred Morris, marr. at 
Royal Navy 1859, Assistant Paymaster Swinhope (by her cousin, 
1864, Paymaster 1878, Staff Paymaster 
1886, Fleet Paymaster 1890, Paymaster- 
in-Chief (retired) 10 September 1901. 



the Rev. Charles Argentine 
Alington), on Tuesday, 
9 November 1880. 



Jane Margaret, youngest dau.= 
of the Rev. Thomas Booth, 
Vicar of Friskney, co. Lin- 
coln ; marr. at Friskney on 
Thursday, 6 July 1865 ; died, 
aged 68, on Friday, i April, 
bur. at Candlesby on Tuesday, 
5 April 1910. I St wife. 



=Rev. Henry Giles Alington, bom 25= 
July 1837, bapt. at Candlesby, co. 
Lincoln ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 July 1855, B.A. (2nd- 
class Lit. Hum.) 1859, M.A. 1865; one 
of H M.'s Inspectors of Schools 22 May 
1866-1901 ; Rector of Candlesby 1902 ; 
Rural Dean of Candleshoe (No. i) 
1906-1910. 



=Agneta Clara, dau. of 
Vice-Admiral William 
Moiier ; marr. at 
Candlesby (by the 
Rev. Hildebrand 
Thomas Giles Aling- 
ton) on Wednesday, 
14 August 1918. 2nd 
wife. 



Rev. Hildebrand Thomas Giles Alington, born at= 
Marlborough, co. Wilts, 27 April 1866, bapt. there; 
educated at Marlborough and at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 October 1885 (Exhibitioner 
1885, 2nd Classical Mods. 1887, 3rd Classics 1889), 
B.A. 1890; Curate of St. James', West Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, 1896-1907 ; Rector of Standlake and of 
Nuneham Courtenay, both co. Oxford, 1907. 



=Margaret, 2nd dau. of William Stanley 
of Ponsonby Hall, co. Cumberland, by 
Caroline his wife, eldest dau. of Sir 
George Mus'grave, Baronet, of Eden 
Hall, CO. Cumberland ; marr. at St. 
James', Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 
21 April 1897. 



Noel Stanley Alington, born 
4 January 1899, bapt. at 
St. James', West Malvern. 



Ursula Margaret, bom 9 
November 1900, bapt. at Hill- 
side Chapel, West Malvern. 



Captain Argentine Hugh Alington, R.N., born at=j=Janet Marchant, dau. of Howard Henry 

The Holt, Aberdeen, on Monday, 10 July 1876, 

bapt. at Aberdeen; entered as a Naval Cadet 15 

January 1891, Midshipman 1893, Sub-Lieutenant 

1897, Lieutenant 1899, Commander 1909, Captain 

30 June 1916; served throughout the European 

War as Commander of H.M.S. " CoUingwood," and 

Captain of H. M.S. "Roberts," "Conquest"(mined), 

and " Dragon." 



Tooth, C.M.G., M.D., of 34 Harley 
Street, London, by Mary Beatrice his 
ist wife, dau. of Edward Price of High- 
gate, CO. Middlesex ; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, London, on Saturday, 15 
October 1904. 



Nancy, born at Hughenden, Crown 
Hill, CO. Devon, 9 June 1908. 



Jean, born in London 
23 August 1917. 



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Rev. George Alington Robinson (her cousin) of Eastfield, Louth, co. Lincoln; of Christ's== Sarah 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1830; Rector of I'horganby 1814, and of Irby-on-Humber, both Penelope, 
CO. Lincoln, 1842-80 ; died at Louth 22 January 1888. Will dated 13 November 1879, proved died in 
(Prin. Reg., 171, 88) 15 February 1888, by Amy Georgiana Robinson, spinster, daughter. 1864. 



Rev. John Wynford Alington, born at Candlesby, co. Lincoln, in February 1839, bapt. there; of Magdalen 
College, Oxiord, matriculated 25 July 1857, aged 18, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865 ; Curate of St. Jamas', 
Gloucester, 1S63-69, of St. Mark's, Victoria Docks, London, 1869-74, and of St. John-the-Evangelist's, 
North Woolwich, co. Esse.\, 1S74; died while in charge of the Zululand Mission. 



I 
Rev. Charles Wynford Alington, born i8 July 1876, bapt.=pKathleen, elder dau. of Alexander Henry 

at Benniworth, co. Lincoln ; of Trinity College, Oxford, Kersey of Hartwells, Pinkneys Green, co. 

matriculated October 1894; Assistant Missioner Trinity Berks, by Alice his wife, dau. of Thomas 

College (Oxford) Mission, Stratford, co. Essex, 1903-1906, Steele of 37 Lee Terrace, Blackheath, co. 

Head 1906-13; Vicar of Lilleshall, co. Salop, 1913-16, of Kent; marr. at Christ Church, Lancaster 

St. Barnabas,' Little Ilford, co. Essex, 1916. Gate, London, on Saturday, 19 April 1913. 



Barbara Kathleen, born at 19 Norfolk Square, 
Lo2idon, on Wednesday, 15 April, bapt. at 
All Saints', Norfolk Square, 17 May t9i4. 



John Witiford Alington, born at the Vicarage, 
Lilleshall, on Wednesday, 22 December 1915, 
bapt. at Lilleshall 16 January 1916. 



Rev. Nathaniel Royds of Oaklands, Fenstanton, St. Ives, co. Huntingdon^^^Hester Frances, born 28 



(youngest son of the Rev. Ed.vard Royds, Rector of Haughton, co 
Stafford, by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Molyneux of Newsham House, 
West Derby, co. Lancaster; born 23 March, bapt. at Brereton, co. Stafford, 
12 April 1836 ; educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1859, M.A. 1862 ; Vicar of Moggerhanger 1863-64, Rector of Little Barford, 
both CO. Bedford, 12 August 1864 to 30 October 1906. He married istly 
Emily, 4th daughter of the Rev. John Alington of Little Barford Manor 
House, CO. Bedford (see Vol. 7, page 2g.) /\\ 



June, bapt. at Candlesby 
29 December 1840; marr. 
there (by the Rev. Alan 
Marmaduke Alington and 
the Rev. Henry Giles 
Alington) on Wednesday, 
15 April 1868. 



(See Pedigret of Royds, Vol. 8, page jo.) 



Rev. Cyril Argentine Alington of The Cloisters, Eton= 
College, Windsor, co. Berks, and of Parliament Piece, 
Ramsbury, co. Wilts, Head Master of Eton College ; born 
at Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, on Tuesday, 22 October 1S72; 
educated at Marlborough and at Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 October 1891, B.A. (ist-class Mods. 1893, 
ist-class Lit. Hum. 1895) ; M.A. from All Souls' College 
1896, Fellow 1896 to 1903 ; Assistant Master at 
Marlborough 1886-89, and of !'2ton College, 1899 -1908, 
Head Master of Shrewsbury School 1908-16, of Eton 
College 1916 ; Select Preacher to the University of Oxford 
1909-10 ; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Lichfield 
1910-16; Author of " A Schoolmaster's Apology," 1914, 
and "Shrewsbury Fables," 191 7. 



Hester Margaret (Lyttelton), youngest dau. of 

George William, 4th Baron Lyttelton, by 

Sybella Harriet his 2nd wife, elder dau. of 

George Clive of Perrystone Court, co. 

Hereford, M.P. ; born at 42 Portland Place, 

] London, on Saturday, 26 December 1874 ; 

marr. at the Church of the Annunciation, 

, Quebec Street, London (by the Rt. Rev. ' 

: Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of Rochester, 

I the Rev. the Hon*''= Edward Lyttelton and 

the Rev. the Hon'''' .Albert Victor Lyttelton), 

on Tuesday, 5 April 1904. 



Kathleen Lucy, 
born at Oliphant 
House, Windsor, 
on Sunday, 16 
February, bapt. 
at Eton College 
Chapel 22 March 
1908. 



Elizabeth Hester, 
born at the School 
House, Shrewsbury, 
on Saturday, 6 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
Shrewsbury School 
Chapel 9 December 
1909. 



Lavinia Sybil, born 
at The Chantry, 
Rosson-Wye, co. 
Hereford, on Sun- 
day, 27 August, 
bapt. at Foye, co. 
Hereford, 21 Sep- 
tember 191 1. 



Giles Alington, born 
at the School 
House, Shrewsbury, 
on Friday, 29 May, 
bapt. at Shrewsbury 
School Chapel 2 
July 1914. 



Joan Argentine, 
born at the School 
House, Shrewsbury, 
5 November, bapt. 
at Shrewsbury 
School Chapel 10 
December 1916. 



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I 

Gervase O'Brien Alington, born 7=j=Mary Charlotte Swan, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Henry 



July 1851 ; bapt. at Candlesby, co. 
Lincoln ; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 November i868, 
aged 17, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1879. 



Lister of Cove Hall, near Beccles, co. Suffolk ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Wells Street, London (by the Rev. Henry 
Giles Alington), on Tuesday, 2 August 1887. 



Gervase Winford Stovin Alington, born at Killard, Upton -cum -Chalvey, 
CO. Buckingham, on Sunday, 6 March 1892; Corporal i/i7th London 
Regiment (Artists' Rifles) ; Military Medal ; killed in action, aged 26, in 
France, 9 November 19 18. 



Rev. Edward Hugh Alington of Summer Fields, Oxford ;= 
born 9 April 1857, bapt. at Candlesby ; educated at West- 
minster, admitted 16 June 1870; of Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1876, B.A. 1880, 
M.A. 1883 ; Curate of St. Mark's, Leicester, 1884-87, 
of St. John-the-Baptists', Summertown, Oxford, 1887-98. 



=Margaret, youngest dau. of Archibald 
Maclaren of Summer Fields, Oxford ; 
marr. at Summertown (by the Rev. 
Alan Marmaduke Alington), on 
Thursday, 30 July 1885. 



Geoffrey Hugh Alington, 
born at 107 Banbury Road, 
Oxford, on Monday, 3 
December 1888, bapt. at 
Summertown 10 February 
1889; educated at Marl- 
borough and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1910, 
M.A. 191 3; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Sussex Regiment 
1915; killed in action at 
Aveluy Wood, France, 9 
August 19 1 6. 



John Marmaduke 
Alington, born at 
107 Banbury Road 
on Saturday, 9 
August, bapt. at 
Summertown 1 7 
August 1890 ; edu- 
cated at Malvern 
and at Queen's 
College, Oxford ; 
joined the Wor- 
cester Regiment as 
Private in 1916. 



Adrian Richard Aling- 
ton, born at 107 
Banbury Road 19 
April, bapt. at Sum- 
mertown 28 April 
1895 ; educated at 
Marll)orough ; 2nd 
Lieutenant 6th Wilt- 
shire Regiment 1914, 
Lieutenant 1916, 
Captain 19 17. 



Argentine Francis 
Alington, born at 
Summertown on 
Tuesday, 1 5 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
Summertown 27 
November 1898; 
educated at Marl- 
borough ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Grenadier 
Guards 191 7. 



Rev. William Thomas Beaty- = 
Pownall of Merton, Victoria 
Road, Louth, co. Lincoln (3rd 
son of Charles Colyear Beaty- 
Pownall) ; bapt. at Milton 
Ernest, co. Bedford ; of !Mer- 
ton College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 January 1865, aged 
zo, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871 ; 
Curate of Wantage, co. Berks, 
1871-73, of Daglingworth, 
CO. Gloucester, 1873-75 > 
Assistant Master at Arnold 
House School, Llandulas, 
1875-81 ; of Christ Church, 
South Yarra, Melbourne, 
Australia, 1882-85, Master at 
("hurch of England Grammar 
School, Melbourne, 1881-85; 
Masterat Sunnymede,Slough, 
1885-91 ; Rector of Hatton, 
CO. Lincoln, 189 1- 1 909; died, 
aged 73, 16 January 19 18, 
bur. at Nottingham. 



=Charlotte Maud, 
marr. at Langton, 
CO. Lincoln (by 
her brothers, the 
Rev. Henry Giles 
Alington and the 
Rev. Edward 
Hugh Alington), 
on Tuesday, 15 
September 1891. 



Rev. Richard Arthur Walls= 
(eldest son of the Rev. 
Richard George Walls, 
Vicar of Great Steeping, co. 
Lincoln) ; bapt. at Welton- 
le-Marsh, co. Lincoln ; 
educated at Rugby and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 May 1874, 
aged 19, B.A. 1878 ; Curate 
of Gainsborough 1879-81, 
and of Candlesby, both co. 
Lincoln, 1881-83, and of 
Steventon, co. Hants, 1884 
-86 ; Rector of Letchworth, 
CO. Hertford, 1886; died 
I September 19 10, bur. at 
Welton-le-Marsh. 



^Mary Dorothea, 
of Boothby 
Burgh, 
Lincoln ; 
at Lang- 
(by the 
Rchard 
George Walls, 
and her brother, 
theRev. Edward 
Hugh Alington) 
on ^Vednesday, 
II May 1887. 



Hall, 

CO. 

marr. 

ton 

Rev. 



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fxp of fm\)ltp, CO, 0{iiUt^tr^ 



Samuel Fry (ind son of James Fry of Shillingston and= 
Blandford, both co. Dorset, afterwards of St. George's, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, by Mary his wife, 3rd dau. of Captain 
John Taylor uf P'aversham, co. Kent) ; bom at Blandford 
4 June 1 781, bapt. there 31 December 1783; died at 
Newington Butts, co. Surrey, 28 November 1861, bur. in 
Tower Hamlets Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 



=Elizabeth Buckingham, 
born in 1785 ; marr. at 
St. Saviour's, Southwark, 
5 September 1803 ; died 
at Bethnal Green, co. 
Middlesex, 22 Septem- 
ber 1856. 



Samuel Fry of 14 Alfred 
Place, Newington Causeway, 
CO. Surrey; born i June 
1804, bapt. at St. George's, 
Southwark, 26 July 1805; 
died unmarried in 1847. 



Joseph Fry of=j=Susannah Pettit, born 



Curtain Road, 
Shoreditch, co. 
Middlesex; born 
17 March 1806. 



in 1806 ; marr. at St. 
Mary Newington, co. 
Surrey, i October 
1829; died 8 April 
1878, bur. at Bow, 
CO. Middlesex. 



Elizabeth Ann, bom 
27 February, bapt. at 
St. Saviour's, South- 
wark, 21 August 
1808; married John 
Brown ; died s.p. 



Joseph Fry, bom in the 
parish of St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, in Septem- 
ber 1832. _ 



Susannah, born in the 
parish of St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, 19 June 
1833 ; died at the same 
place 3 June 1834. 



William King Fry, 
bom in the parish 
of St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, 24 July 
1834. 



Other issue 
died young. 



Mary, born 6 June Henry Fry, Sarah, born 

1810; died un- born 17 Sep- 6 January 

married 22 March tember 1812; 1815 ; died 

1886, bur. in Nun- died 22 Oc- 6 March 

head Cemetery, tober 18 14. 18 16. 
CO. Surrey. M.L 



James Henry Fry, born=f=Charlotte Maria 



8 January 181 7 ; died 27 
January 1870, bur. at 
Ilford, CO. Essex. 



Clark, born in 
181 7; died 16 
May 1894, bur. at 
Keston, co. Kent. 



Charlotte, born Samuel Thomas, =j=Elizabeth Ann Maria Eliza, James Henry George Fry, 



in 1 84 2 ; married 
Charles Cook. 

A 



Fry, born 
April 1849. 



27 



Gould, born 3 1 
May 1850. 



born 3 May 
1852; marr. 
at Grahams- 
town, South 
Africa, John 
Amos. — 
A 



Fry of Mani- 
toba, Canada; 
born in 1855 ; 
married Alice 
Harding. _ 

A 



bomini8s8; 
died in 
infancy. 



Thomas Joseph James 
Fry, born 12 April 
1872 ; married Phillippa 
Hyatt. 



George Ernest Fry, born 
I February 1874; 
married Jane Pearman. 



Elizabeth Bertha, born 
20 February 1876; 
married Samuel Steel 
Chapman. 



Samuel Sidney 
Fry, born 25 
August 1878. 



Frank Edgar 
Fry, born 1 8 
September 
1881. 



Herbert Alfred 
Fry, bom 7 
December 
1882. 



I 
Daisy Maud, born 6 
May 1885 ; married 
George T. Sargeant. 

4.1 



Ada Mary Ann, 
born 29 July 
1888. 



Ethel Rose, born 
30 October 1891. 



Sarah, born 
22 March 
1819 ; died 
unmarried 
26 June 
1885, bur. in 
TowerHam- 
lets' Ceme- 
tery, CO. 
Middlesex. 



George Fry, born 
23 April 182 1 ; 
married Alice. 

_J 

I I 
George Fry. 

Alice. 



Henry Randall Fry, born 26 
1823; died II December 1862. 



June=i=Sarah Baldwin, 
8 August 1863. 



died 



Robert William 
Fry, born 10 
March 1852. 



Edward Snelson=pElizabeth Ann, born 23 



of Arlington Farm, 
Scarth, Manitoba, 
Canada. 



February 1856 ; niarr. at 
Oaklake, Manitoba, 26 
August 1 888. 



A 



George Samuel Fry, C.B.E., of Chesham,= 
The Grove, Church End, Finchley, co. 
Middlesex, formerly of Walthamstow, co. 
Essex ; born 18 August 1853, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Bethnal Green, co. Middlesex ; 
Accountant-General at Board of Trade 
1908-14 ; Commander of Order of the 
British Empire i January 191 8. 



=Artemisia Julia, dau. of William Cleversley, by 
Anna Maria Harriet his 3rd wife, dau. of Henry 
Webb by Elizabeth Artemisia Anna Maria Healey 
his wife ; born 5 November 1856, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell, co. Surrey, 25 February 1857; 
marr. at All Hallows', Tottenham, co. Middlesex, 
II June 1881. 



Antonio Frederick Bianchi- 
of Woodford, co. Essex, 
only son of Colonel Bianchi 
of Lincoln House, South 
Woodford, co. Essex. /\ 



I 
=Annie Joyce, born at Walthamstow 8 
May, bapt. at St. Mary's, Walthamstow, 
4 June 1882 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, on Saturday, 6 June 1908. 



Ethel Mary, born at 
Walthamstow 2 1 No- 
vember, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Walthamstow, 
23 December 1883. 



George William Taylor= 
Fry, born at Waltham- 
stow 31 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Waltham- 
stow, 24 April 1887. 



=Dorothy, dau. of Thomas 
Morton Swain ; marr. at St. 
George's, Perry Hill, Catford, 
CO. Kent, 18 April 19 18. 



Hugh Robert Fry, bom at Walthamstow 
27 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Walthamstow, 8 November 1891 ; of the 
Indian Army Reserve, Captain Railway 
Transport Department. 



4-2 



Mary Ann, dau. of William= 
Wame, by Mary Anne (Butler) 
his wife; born 15 April 1809 ; 
marr. 26 December 1866 ; 
died 22 March 1S94, bur. 
in Nunhead Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. M.I. Adirion granted 
at the Principal Registry 16 
August 1905, to George 
Samuel Fry, nephew, istwife. 



=Thomas Fry, born 16 July= 
1825; died at 134 Upland 
Road, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, 7 February 1899, bur. 
in Nunhead Cemetery. M. I. 
Will dated 29 April 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 284, 99) 
30 March 1899, by Robert 
William Fry, brother, and 
George Samuel Fry, nephew. 



'Matilda Little, marr. in 1894; 
died at 134 Upland Road, East 
Dulwich, 18 January 1909, bur. 
in Caniberwell Borough Ceme- 
tery, Honor Oak, co. Surrey. 
Will proved (Prin. Reg., 385, 
1909) I March 1909, by John 
Henry Radford, She married 
istly William Parker of Buck- 
fastleigh, co. Devon, and wife. 



I 
Robert William Fry, born 23 June 1827 ; died at' 
Avenue Road, Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, 17 
October 1899, bur. in Tottenham Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. M.I. Will dated 18 May 1887, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1297, 99) 15 November 1899, by George 
Samuel Fry and John Henry Fry, sons. 



'ilriMrti/dL^ f^ 



H 



=Elizabeth Joyce (his cousin), dau. of 
George Fry, by Sarah Legalt Brownjohn 
his wife ; born 15 August 1828; marr. 
at St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green, co. 
Middlesex, 8 July 1852; died at 20 
Avenue Road, Stamford Hill, 21 April 
1906, bur. in Tottenham Cemetery. 
M.I. Will dated 20 June 1904, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 633 1906) 5 May 1906, 
by George Samuel Fry and John Henry 
Fry, .sons. 



Robert William Fry of Sydney, New South=|=Fanny Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Dolton ; 



Wales, formerly of Waltham Abbey, co. Essex 
born 2 December 1855, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Tottenham. 



marr. at St. John's, High Barnet, co. 
Middlesex, 5 June 1879. 



Walter Robert Fry=j=Marguerite, dau. of Sidney John Fry, 



of Denman, New 
South Wales ; born 
at Waltham Abbey 
9 March 1880. 



J . W. Longford ; marr. bom at Waltham 
at St. Paul's, Burwood, Abbey4julyi882; 
New South Wales, 
26 October 1904. 



died at Windsor, 
New South Wales, 
10 April 1908. 



I I 
Herbert George Fry, bom at 
Ashfield, New South Wales, 
24 May 1888 ; died 18 March 
1889. _ 

Winifred Jennie Hazell, bom 
at Ashfield, New South Wales, 
31 December 1890. 



Raymond William Fry, Stanley John Fry, bom John Edward Other 
born 8 July 1905. 6 September 1906. Fry. issue. 



43 



Waiter Fry of= 
Perth, Western 
Australia, for- 
merlyofTimaru, 
New Zealand, 
of Bourke and 
Sydney, New 
South Wales ; 
bom 19 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
All Hallow's, 
Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex, 8 
August 1858. 



=Elizabeth Harriet 
Marchelle Arnold, 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Dunedin, 
New Zealand, 18 
February 1879. 



John Henry Fry of= 
Ingledene, Cyprius 

Road, Finchley, co. 
Middlesex ; born 5 De- 
cember 1862, bapt. at 
St. Ann's, Stamford Hill, 
CO. Middlesex ; of the 
Admiralty. 



'Elizabeth, youngest dau. of 
Joseph Young, formerly of 
Devizes, co. Wilts, by Anna 
Noyes his wife ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Hornsey Rise, co. 
Middlesex, 13 June 1889. 



Bessie May, born 
13 July 1 89 1, bapt. 
at St. Ann's, Stam- 
ford Hill, 13 
September 1891. 



John William Fry, born 6 
March 1894, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Stroud Green, co. 
Middlesex; 2nd Lieutenant 
in the Royal Air Force. 



Herbert Owen Fry, born 
2iSeptemberi897, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Stroud 
Green ; Captain in the 
Royal Air Force. 



Lillie Elizabeth Joyce, Ruby Harriet Mar- Lieut.-Colonel Walter==Amy Gertrude, dau. 



born at Timaru, New chelle, born at 

Zealand, 4 March 1881 ; Timaru, New Zea- 

marr. at Sydney, New land, 22 Aprili882 ; 

South Wales, 30 De- marr. Smyth Blood 

cember 1909, Harold of New South 

Greet. Wales. 



Arnold Le Roy Fry of 
Sydney'; born at Bourke, 
New South Wales, 29 
November 1886; Lieut.- 
Colonel in the Australian 
Army. 



of Frederick White 
marr. at St. John's, 
Ashfield, New South 
Wales, 28 July 1909. 



Walter Frederick Fry, born at 
Sydney in July 1914. 



I 
Amy Jeanne, born 
in May 1916. 



'<^e<nx£' ^^ciham^ fU/ 



44 




Ct)aninor of ^icktooolJ, co. 



William Challinor of Pickwood,= 

near Leek, co. StalTord (eldest son 
of William Challinor of I'ickwood, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Bagnall of Moddershall, Stone, co. 
Stafford) ; born 5 August, bapt. at 
St. Edward's, Leek, 6 September 
1783; died 16 September, bur. at 
Leek 20 September 1839. Will 
dated 8 September 1835, with two 
codicils dated 10 December 1836 
and 10 August 1838, proved (P.C.C. 
741 Vaughan) 17 December 1839, 
by Edward Challinor, brother, and 
Mary Challinor, relict. 



Arms on record in I he College of Arms. 
Sable on a chevron between three cherubs' 
heads or as many garbs azure. 

Crest. — A demi sea -wolf or holding 
between the paws an escallop azure. 




=Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Shelmerdine of St. Ann's, 
Square, Manchester ; 
burn 24 December 1796, 
bapt. at St. Ann's, Man- 
chester, 20 January 
1797 ; married at Prest- 
bury, CO. Chester, 8 May 
1820, marriage settle- 
ments dated 6 May ; 
died at Leek 20 Septem- 
ber 187 1. Will dated 
23 September 1865, with 
two codicils dated 30 
January 1866 and 7 
May 1868, proved at 
Lichfield 28 December 
1871, by William and 
Joseph Challinor, sons. 



William Challinor of Pickwood ; born ro March 182 1, bapt. at= 
St. Edward's, Leek, 11 November 1823; of Trinity College, Dublin, 
B.A. 1847 ; died, aged 75, at Pickwood, on Saturday, 21 March 1896. 
Will dated 20 January 1S94, with codicil dated 11 June 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 772, 96) 14 August 1896, by William Lewthwaite, 
nephew, William Edward Challinor, son, and Charles \Vatson, 
son-in-law. 



j=Elizabeth Mary, 2nd dau. of 
I Thomas Pemberton of War- 
! stone House, co. Warwick, 
by Mary Elizabeth his ist 
wife, dau. of John Warwick 
of Birmingham, co. ^Varwick ; 
born 27 October 1827 ; 
marr. at St. Martin's, Bir- 
mingham, 17 June 1851 ; 
died, aged 53, at Pickwood, 
on Sunday, 7 November 
1880. 



William Edward Challinor of Pickwood ;=j=Katherine, eldest dau. of William Allen of Leek, by 



born 3 September, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Leek, 2 December 1852 ; educated at 
Rugby and at King's College, London ; 
J. P. for CO. Stafford. 



Elizabeth his wife, dau. of James Clowes of Leek ; 
born 16 July, bapt. at St. Edward's, Leek, 6 August 
1856 ; marr. at St. Paul's, Southport, co. Lancaster, 
on Wednesday, 9 July 1879. 



John Ward of Leek (eldest son of Anthony Ward=pKathleen Mary, born 12 August, bapt. at 



of Southbank, Leek, J. P. for co. Stafford) ; born 
29 June 1878 ; educated at Rossall, 



A\ 



St. Luke's, Leek, 17 September 1S80; marr. 
there 28 July 1910. 



45 



Sara Josepha, dau. of= 
Charles Hughes May 
of Whittington Cottage, 
CO. Derby, by Anne 
Elizabeth his wife ; 
bapt. at Whittington 
28 February 1830 ; 
niarr. at Christ Church, 
Tunstall, co. Stafford, 
20 January 1847 ; died 
I June, bur. at Christ 
Church, Tunstall, 4 
June 1850. ist wife. 



=Edward Challihor of Wetley Abbey, = 
CO. Stafford ; born 10 October 1822, 
bapt. at St. Edward's, Leek, co. 
Stafford, 11 November 1823 ; J. P. 
for CO. Stafford ; died at Wetley 
Abbey 4 May 1876, bur. at St. 
John-ad-Vincula, Stoke-on-Trent, 
CO. Stafford. Memorial window in 
chancel. Will dated 20 January 
i86g, with two codicils dated 
4 February 1874 and 18 March 
1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 706, 76) 
20 September 1876, by Joseph 
Challinor and Charles Challinor, 
brothers. 



=Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. 
William Badnall, Vicar of Waver- 
tree,co. Lancaster ; born 1 1 August 
1834; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Wavertree, 8 June 1854; died, 
aged 46, at Kenton Lodge, 
Stoke-on-Trent, on Tuesday, 9 
November 1880, bur. at St. Peter- 
ad-Vincula, Stoke-on-Trent. M.L 
Will dated 4 September 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 15, 81) 
4 January 1881, by Thomas 
Hornby and Joseph Challinor. 
2nd wife. 



Mary Kathe- 
rine, born 6 
August 1854; 
died 26 April 
1857, bur. in 
the cemetery 
at Leek. 



Charles Watson of Leek= 
(youngest son of John 
Watson of Foxton, co. 
Leicester) ; born 3 Feb- 
ruary 1850 ; educated at 
Leicester; J. P. for co. 
Stafford. 



=Mary Edith, born 9 July 1858 ; marr. at St. Luke's, 
Leek, on Thursday, 7 August 1884; died, aged 39, 
at Wood View, Leek, on Sunday, 2 January 1898, 
bur. in the cemetery at Leek. Will dated 2 June 
1896, proved (Prin. Reg,, 1381, 99) 4 November 
1899, by Charles Watson, husband, William Edward 
Challinor, brother, and Alfred Standring. 



A 



Lieut. -Colonel William Francis Challinor, D.S.O., of Haregate,= 
Leek; born 20 June, bapt. at St. Luke's, Leek, 25 July 1882; 
educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1900, B.A. 1903, M.A. 1907; 
2nd Lieutenant ist Volunteer Battalion North Staffordshire 
Regiment March 1901 ; Major to Command 3rd Staffordshire 
Battery Royal Field Artillery (formed 1908, embodied August 
1914); Lieut.- Colonel 46th Division Ammunition Column 
February 1 9 1 6 to January 1 9 1 7 ; 
served in European War 19 14 
(mentioned in despatches May 
1916, D.S.O. June 1916). 



/^^^^^^i^^al^r..^ 



=Florence Bertha, eldest dau. 
of Clement Campbell Ellis of 
Kniveden Hall, Leek, and of 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, 
London, by Florence his wife, 
dau. of Lillery Ellis of Rock 
Ferry, co. Chester ; born 
at Chitagong, Burma, India, 
24 June 1886; marr. at St. 
Edward's, Leek, on Tuesday, 
24 July 1917. 



Elizabeth, born 9 John Challinor, born 30 November 1894, bapt. at St. Luke's, Leek, 

August, bapt. at St. 6 March 1895 ; educated at Wellington College and at Trinity College, 

Luke's, Leek, 14 Sep- Cambridge; Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery 191 7. 
tember 1S83. 



46 



William Lewthwaite of Broadgate,^Mary, born 14 October, bapt. 



CO. Cumberland (eldest son of John 
Lewthwaite of Broadgate, J.F. and 
D.L., by Anne his wife, dau. of 
William Kirkbank of Backside, 
Whichani, co. ("umberland, J. I*, and 
D.L.); born 5 March 1826; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Cumberland ; died, 
aged 41, at Broadgate, on Tues- 
day, 23 April 1867. Will dated 27 
November 1863, proved at Carlisle 
7 June 1867, by the Rev. John 
Stackhouse and George Lewthwaite, 
brother. 



A 



at St. Edward's, Leek, co. Staf- 
ford, 15 November 1824 ; marr. 
at St. Luke's, Leek, 11 December 
1851 ; died, aged 79, at Old 
Broadgate, co. Cumberland, on 
Thursday, 6 October 1904. Will 
dated 12 April 1882, with two 
codicils dated 4 October 1894 and 
22 April 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1383, 1904) 19 November 1904, 
by William Lewthwaite, son, Anne 
Riley, wife of Hamlet Riley, and 
the Hon*''" Mary Cross, widow, the 
daughters. 



John Challinor, born 

1 9 March, bapt. at St. 
Edward's, Leek, 30 
April 1826 ; died at 
Leek 23 September, 
bur. at St. Edward's, 
Leek, 27 September 
1875. Will dated 

20 November 1871, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
378, 76) 18 May 1876, 
by William Challinor 
and Joseph Challinor, 
brothers. 



Edward Challinor of= 
The Park, Leek ; born 
16 February, bapt. at 
St. Edward's, Leek, 26 
March 1862 ; died, 
aged 44, at Fairfield, 
Buxton, CO. Derby, on 
Saturday, 24 February 
1906, bur. in the lower 
churchyard at St. 
Edward's, Leek. Will 
dated 19 January 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 602, 
1906) 2 May 1906, by 
Janie Ritcher Cham- 
bers Challinor, relict, 
and Clement Campbell 
Ellis, brother-in-law. 



=Janie Ritcher 
Chambers, 2nd 
dau. of Lilley 
Ellis of Bir- 
kenhead, CO. 
Chester ; born 
8 November, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bir- 
kenhead, 27 
November 
1862 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, 
Tranmere, co. 
Chester, on 
^Vednesday, 1 3 
January 1886. 



Rev. Constantine Osborne Phipps=i=Jessie Mabel, 



(eldest son of the Rev. Pownall 
William Phipps, Canon of Christ 
Church Cathedral, Oxford) ; born 28 
March 1861; educated at Marlborough 
and at Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 October 1879, B.A. 1884, 
M.A. 1886 ; Vicar of Cookham Dean, 
CO. Berks, 1888-95, and of Aylesbury, 
1895-1914; Rector of Fleet Marston, 
both CO. Buckingham, 1913-14 ; Rural 
Dean of Aylesbury 1906-11 and 1912 
-14; Diocesan Inspector of Schools 
1891-95, 1901-9 and 1914-17 ; Vicar 
of The Lee, co. Buckingham, 1914 ; 
Hon. Canon of Christ Church 
Cathedral, Oxford, 19 12. 



born 28 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at 
St. Edward's, 
Leek, 21 
February 
1864; marr. 
at St. Ed- 
ward's, Leek, 
on Tuesday, 
9 November 
1886. 



A 



Edward Dewar 
Challinor, born at 
The Park, Leek, 
on Monday, 29 
August, bapt. at 
St. Edward's, Leek, 
19 October 1887. 



George Bennett Allen= 
(son of Samuel Allen of 
Cardiff, co. Glamorgan) ; 
born 16 October 1888 ; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy. 



=Jessie Josephine, born 
on Saturday, 27 April, 
bapt. at St. Edward's, 
Leek, 7 June 1889; 
marr. at St. Luke's, 
Leek, 14 March 191 7. 



Marguerite Blanche, 
born at The Park, 
Leek, on Wednes- 
day, 26 June, bapt. 
at St. Edward's, 
Leek, 8 September 
1 90 1. 



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Joseph Challinor of=T=Jessie, dau. of 



Compton House, Leek, 
CO. Stafford; born lo 
May, bapt. at St. 
Edward's, Leek, i June 
1828 ; died, aged 82, 
at Compton House on 
Tuesday, 31 May, bur. 
at Cheddleton, co. 
Stafford, on Friday, 3 
June 1 9 10. Will dated 
12 July 1907, with five 
codicils dated 8 August 
1907 to 14 October 
1909, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1660, 1910) 19 
December 19 10, by 
William Lewthwaite, 
nephew, Albert Irving 
Muntz, son-in-law, 
William Francis Chal- 
linor, great-nephew, and 
Jessie Mabel Phipps, 
wife of the Rev. 
Constantine Osborne 
Phipps. 



Rufus Woodcroft 
of Bowdon, CO. 
Chester ; born 1 7 
May 1838, bapt. 
at Welmslow, co. 
Chester ; marr. at 
Bowdon 9 April 
1861 ; died, aged 
73, at Compton on 
Monday, 19 April 
1915, bur. at the 
parish church, 
Cheddleton. Will 
dated 2 Novem- 
ber 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1054, 
15) 8 June 1915, 
by Jessie Mabel 
Phipps, wife of the 
Rev. Constantine 
Osborne Phipps, 
daughter. 



Charles Challinor= 
of Basford Hall, 
Stoke-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford ; born 1 9 
July, bapt. at St. 
Edward's, Leek, 12 
October 1 829; died, 
aged 64, at Fenton, 
CO. Stafford, on 
Monday. 13 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at St. 
Margaret's, Wol- 
stanton,co. Stafford, 
16 February 1893. 
Will dated 2 Feb- 
ruary 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 428, 
93) 10 May 1893, 
by Charles Edward 
Challinor and 
Reginald Challinor, 
son.s, and William 
Lewthwaite, son- 
in-law. 



=Lettice, 3rd dau. of William 
Adams of Greenfield and of 
Newfield Hall, both co. 
Stafford, and of Liverpool, 
by Jane his wife, eldest 
dau. and coheir of Jesse 
Breeze of Greenfield ; born 
at Liverpool 7 February, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Liverpool, 12 March 1831 ; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Tunstall, co. Stafford, 18 
April 1855 ; died at Basford 
Hall on Sunday, 20 April, 
bur. at Wolstanton 23 
April 1890. Will dated 22 
October 1866, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 916, 90) 7 October 
1890, by Charles Challinor. 

(See Pedigree of Adams, 
Vol. 13, page 2 J.) 



. ! .1 

Gilbert Charles Wardle (eldest son of Sir=j=Mary Blanche, born i April, bapt. Helen Ger- 



Thomas Wardle of Leek and Swainsley, 
both CO. Stafford, F.C.S.. F.G.S., President 
of the Silk Association of Great Britain 
and Ireland) ; born 22 June, bapt. at 
Cheddleton 3 August 1862. He married 
2ndly at St. Saviour's, Warwick Road, 
London, 19 April 1906, Katherine, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Henry Browne 
Fearon, Rector of Leek. 



at St. Edward's, Leek, 30 April trude, born 

1865 ; marr. at St. Edward's, Leek, 10 June, 

on Thursday, 27 April 1893; died bapt. at St. 

at Southfields, Leek, 16 November Edward's, 

1901, buried at Cheddleton. Adfnon Leek, 21 

granted at the Principal Registry July 1867. 
25 November 190 1, to Gilbert 
Charles Wardle, husband. 



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Albert Irving Muntz of Stype Grange, = 
Shalbourne.'co. Berks (3rd son of George 
Frederick Muntz of Umberslade Hall, 
CO. Warwick, J. P. and D.L., by Sara 
Mathilda his 2nd wife, dau. of Charles 
Aylett Kell of Aylesbury House, co. 
Warwick); born i March 1870; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1888, B.A. 1891. 



=Jessie, born 29 
August, bapt. 
at St. Edward's, 
Leek, 23 Sep- 
tember 1868 ; 
marr. there on 
Wednesday, 24 
August 1898. 



Percy Grahani= 
Challinor, born 
6 October, bapt. 
at St. Edward's, 
Leek, 8 No- 
vember 1874. 



A 



=Agnes Mary, dau. 
of the Hon"' 
Andrew Dods 
Handyside of 
Adelaide, Aus- 
tralfa ; married 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London, 24 Oc- 
tober 1905. 



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William Lewthwaite of Broadgate, co.= 
Cumberland (only son of William 
Lewthwaite of Broadgate, by Mary 
his wife, only dau. of William 
Challinor of Pickwood, co. Stafford 
{see page 4j) ; born 29 October 1853 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Cumberland. 



'Helena Jane, born 4 May, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Burslem, 
CO. Stafford, 2 June 1856 ; 
marr. at Wolstanton, co. 
Stafford, on Tuesday, 16 
August 1 88 1. 



Ethel Mary, of The Lea, 
Eccleshall, co. Stafford ; 
born 10 August, bapt. 
at Trent Vale, co. 
Stafford, 5 September 
1857- 



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Edward JohnWedg Wood= 
of Meece House, co. 
Stafford (3rd son of 
Edmund Thomas Wedg- 
wood Wood of Henley 
Hall, CO. Salop, by Sophia 
his wife, 2nd dau. of 
George Gottlieb Schmidt 
of Hamburg, Germany) ; 
born 29 September 1859. 



Lettice, born 27 
April, bapt. at 
Trent Vale 24 
May i860; mar- 
ried at the 
parish church, 
Marylebone, 
London, on 
Thursday, 29 
June 1882. 



Charles Edward Challinor of Basford Hall, 
Stoke-on-Trent, co. Stafford; born 18 July, bapt. 
at Trent Vale 4 September 1862 ; J. P. for co. 
Stafford ; Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry ; 
served in South African War ; died, aged 48, 
at The Lea, Eccleshall, on Saturday, i April, 
bur. at Chebsey, co. Stafford, on Tuesday, 
4 April 191 1. Will dated 7 February 191 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 879, 1911) 20 June 191 1, by 
William Lewthwaite, brother-in-law, Ethel Mary 
Challinor and Laura Challinor, spinsters, sisters. 



A 



Rev. John Edward Evershed (son of John Evershed of Brighton, co.= 
Sussex) ; born 18 November 1865 ; M.A. from Trinity College, Dublin, 
Vicar of Leighton-under-the-Wrekin, co. Salop, 1901 ; died, aged 39, 
at the Vicarage, Leighton-under-the-Wrekin, on Tuesday, 20 February, 
bur. at Cheddleton, co. Stafford, on Saturday, 24 February 1906. 
Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 28 April 1906, to Hilda 
Louisa Evershed, the relict. 



=Hilda Louisa, bom 5 
October, bapt. at St. 
Edward's, Leek, co. 
Stafford, 28 October 
1875 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Leek, on Wed- 
nesday, 6 October 1897. 



A 



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George Herbert Holt of= 
Old Chappels, Silecroft, 
CO. Cumberland (eldest 
son of George Wells Holt 
of Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, by Sarah Julia 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of Robert Bartley of 
Bristol) ; bom i March, 
bapt. at Croydon, co. 
Surrey, 28 July 1864 ; 
educated at Dedham 
Grammar School, co. 
Essex. 



=Sarah Marianne, 
born 29 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Trent Vale, co. 
Stafford, 2 i Octo- 
ber 1863 ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Forest Hill, co. 
Kent, on Thurs- 
day, 28 August 
1890. 



Rev. Frederick William Haden=f=Alice, bom 

(son of William Henry Haden of 16 December 

Dudley, co. Stafford, by Matilda 1864, bapt. at 

Ellen his wife, dau. of William Trent Vale 8 

Lane Noott) ; born 22 February Januaryi865; 

1864 ; of Selwyn College, Cam- married at 

bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Thwaites, co. 

Term 1883, B.A. 1886, M.A. Cumberland, 

1890 ; Vicar of St. Andrew's, on Wednes- 

Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, day, 31 July 

1900-1907 ; Rector of Colinton, 1895. 
CO. Midlothian, 1907-11 ; Vicar 
of All Souls', Cheriton, co. Kent, 
1911- A 



William Adams Challinor, 
born 3 December 1865 ; 
died 18 January, bur. 
at Stoke-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, 22 January i856. 



Reginald Challinor 
of Rudyard, co. 
Stafford ; born 3 
February, bapt. 
at Trent Vale 28 
March 1867. 



Herbert Challinor, =Jessie Elizabeth Shemitt 

born 21 April, bapt. of Cape Town, South 

at Trent Vale 8 June Africa; marr. by special 

1868; died 12 No- licence at East London, 

vember, buried in South Africa, 17 

Lambeth Ceme- December 1902. 
tery, co. Surrey, 14 
November 1903. 



Victor Challinor, born 5 February, bapt. at Trent Vale 
5 March 1870; died, aged 23, at Basford Hall, Stoke-upon- 
Trent, on Saturday, 25 February, bur. at the parish church, 
Wolstanton, co. Stafford, 28 February 1893. Admon (with 
will dated 21 February 1893) was granted (Prin. Reg., 533, 93) 
28 June 1893, to Charles Edward Challinor. 



Laura, of The Lea, Eccleshall, 
CO. Stafford ; born at Basford 
Hall 2 February, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Wolstanton, 10 
March 1872. 



S^4/^aM^ 



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3Rr|)nollis, 



Samuel Reynolds, M.D. (6th son of the Rev. Osborne Shribb Reynolds, = 

Rector of Boulge 

with Debach, 

and Pettistree, 

all CO. Suffolk, 

by Elizabeth 

Geater his wife, 

dau. of William 

.Steam) ; bapt. at 

Debach 21 March 1825 ; educated at St. Paul's School, London, admitted 31 

May 1834 ; a Student at the London University and London Hospital, M.D. 

of St. Andrew's 1849; Medical Officer of the Public Hospital, Mansfield, 

Victoria, Australia, for 35 years ; died at Mansfield on Friday, 15 February, 

bur. there on Sunday, 17 February 1901. 

(See Pedigree of Reynolds, Vol. ij, page 176.) 




'Eliza Ann 
Strangman, 
married at 
South Hack- 
ney, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 2 May 
1 851; died at 
Mansfield. 



Minnie, born at Brunswick, 
Melbourne, Victoria, 29 
January 1854; died at 
Foresc Creek, Victoria, i 
March 1855, bur. there. 



Samuel Francis Reynolds=j=Sarah, dau. of Joseph Hutchinson of 
of Melbourne ; born Mansfield, Victoria, by Catherine his 
at Mount Blackwood, wife, dau. of Alexander Lamaxt of 
Victoria, 24 July 1856. Morang, Melbourne ; married at 

Mansfield 23 October 1884. 



Constance Player, born 10 October Winifred Kate, 
1885; married in September 191 1, born 22 April 
Herbert Everest. 1889. 



Marjory Strangman, 
born 3 August 1891. 



William Reynolds of Mansfield, Victoria ;=f=Edith Minnie Theresa, dau. of Thomas Stone of 



born 
1858- 



at Mount Blackwood 



July 



London ; born in London ; marr. 14 September 
1887. 



Leslie William Reynolds, 
born at Mansfield, Vic- 
toria, 5 July 1888, bapt. 
at St. John's, Mansfield. 



Thomas Rupert Reynolds, bom at Mansfield 11 August 1890, bapt. 
at St. John's, Mansfield ; Sergeant in the 4th Light Horse (first) 
Expeditionary Force, served in Gallipoli in 191 5, and afterwards in 
France ; died from wounds received in France 4 January 1 9 1 7, and 
was bur. at Montaubon Cemetery, near Albert. 



Eileen Minnie, bom at Mansfield 12 February 
1895, bapt. at Woodstock, Mansfield. 



Gordon Henry Reynolds, born at Mansfield 
14 May 1906, bapt. at St. John's, Mansfield. 



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Richard Reynolds-pPhoebe Elizabeth Kett, 
of Elmore, Victoria; born at Wangaretta, 



born at Junction, 
near Yea, Victoria, 
8 July i860. 



Victoria, and 
there. 



bapt. 



Eric William=f=Mary Frances, born at Dar- 



Finlason of 
Mansfield, 
Victoria. 



lingford, Victoria, 30 October 
1862, bapt. at Mansfield ; marr. 
in October 1887. 



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Gladys Catherine, born 
at Kyneton, Victoria, 
and bapt. there. 



Samuel Reynolds, born 
at Kyneton, Victoria, 
and bapt. there. 



Henry Reynolds of Macorna, Victoria ;=j=Kate Beatrice, dau. of James Nicol of Perth, 



born at Mansfield 28 June 1865. 



Henry Osborne 
Reynolds, born 
at Perth 21 June 
1899. 



Western Australia ; married at Perth. 



Norman James 
Reynolds, born 
at Perth on 
Christmas Day 
1901. 



Eric Strangman 
Reynolds, bom 
at Perth 21 July 
1906. 



Dorothy Mary, born 
at Melbourne 24 
September 1912. 



I 
Nellie, of Mansfield, 
Victoria ; born at 
Mansfield 4 February 
1868, bapt. there 



Osborne Shribb Reynolds, born at Mansfield 
I May 1870 ; died 15 August following, bur. at 
Mansfield the next day. 



Minnie, born at 
Mansfield 3 1 
March 1873. 



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52 




Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Per pale ermine and gules a greyhound 
courant between two bars invected in chief 
two' quatrefoils and another in^ base all 
counterchanged. 

Crest. — A cockatrice per fesse indented 
erminois and pean combed and wattled 
gules gorged with a collar azure and in the 
beak a quatrefoil slipped vert. 

Motto. — So run that ye may obtain. 



Jiafeer of iSapforliburj, ro. 
Her t fort). 



William Robert Baker of Bayfordhury,= 
CO. Hertford (only surviving son and 
heir of William Baker of Bayfordbury, 
by Esther [or Estina] his wife, only 
child of Robert Fagan, Consnl-General 
for Sicily and Malta) ; born 8 October 
1810, bapt. at Bengeo, co. Hertford; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 June 
1828; J.P. and D.L. for co. Hert- 
ford, High Sheriff 1835 ; died, aged 
86, at Bayfordbury on Sunday, 29 
November 1896, bur. at Bayford. 
Will dated 29 July 1890, with two 
codicils dated 7 September 1891 and 
12 November 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 508, 97) 28 May 1897, by 
William Clinton Baker, son. 




^a^€^ 



=Anna Emma Kath^ 
rine, eldest dau. i^ 
Henry Fynes (Jlinton 
of Welwyn, co. Hert- 
ford, by Katherine his 
2ndwife, dainjf the Ut. 
Rev. Henry William 
Majendie, Bishop of 
Bangor, Canon of 
Windsor and of St. 
Paul's Cathedral ; 
marr. at Welwyn 4 
October 1838; died, 
aged 82, at Bayford- 
bury on Wednesday, 
2 May 1894. Adinon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 
26 July 1894, to ^Vil- 
liam Robert Baker, 
husband. 



William Clinton Baker of Bayfordbury; born 26 September= 
1839, bapt. at Bayford ; educated at Christ Church, O.xford, 
matriculated 27 May 1858 ; admitted to the Inner Temple 
in 1861 ; J.P. for co. Hertford; died, aged 63, at Bayford 
bury, on Tuesday, 7 July, bur. at Bayford on Saturday, 1 1 
July 1903. Will dated 5 June 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 821, 
1900) 25 July 1903, by Henry William Clinton Baker, son. 



=Edith Mildmay Ashhurst, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Henry Lewis Majendie, 
Vicar of Great Dunmow, co. Essex, by 
Emma Sophia his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Frost Gepp of Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, Attorney- at-La\v {see Pedigree 
of Gepp., Vol. 18, page 161) ; born 5 
September 1841 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, London, 12 April 1864. 



Henry William Clinton 
Baker of Bayfordbury ; 
born at Bayfordbury 
on Thursday, 16 March 
1865, bapt. at Bayford ; 
educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 16 
January 1885 ; J.P. for 
CO. Hertford 1895, 
High Sheriff 191 5 ; 
Lord of the Manor 
and Patron of the 
living of Bayford. 



Rear-Admiral Lewis Clinton Baker, C.B. ; born at Bayfordbury on Friday, 
16 March 1866 ; Naval Cadet 15 July 1879, Sub-Lieutenant 1886, Lieutenant 
1890, Commander 1901, Captain 30 June 1906, Rear-Adrairal 19 August 
191 7 ; served in H.M.S. "Monarch" as Midshipman at the bombardment 
of Alexandria 1 1 July 1882, and during the Egyptian War (medal with clasp 
and bronze star) ; Commander of H.M.S. "Gibraltar" during South African 
War 1 90 1 (medal) ; served in European War 19 14- 18 ; Captain of 
H.M.S. "Berwick" as Senior Officer of British and French cruisers 
September 1914 to February 1915; captured s.s. "Thor" (Norwegian), 
s.s. "Lorenzo" (American), and s.s. "Spreewald" (German), all supply 
ships to German cruisers, and were condemned in Prize Court ; 
Captain of H.M.S. "Hercules" at battle of Jutland (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 15 September 1916, created C.B.); 
Captain of "H.M.S. "Benbow" from June 1916 until September 1917; 
served as Rear-Admiral in charge of operations in connection with laying of 
great mine barrage across the North Sea (from Norway to the Orkneys) 
November 1917 to ii November 1918; Order of St. Vladimir, 4th-class, 
with swords; A. D.C. to King George V. 1917; D.L. for co. Hertford 19 iS. 



S3 



Herbert Nelson Lear of Brill House, Brill, co. Buckingham, 2nd surviving=j=Estina Anna, born 



son of the Ven*"'' Francis Lear, Archdeacon of Salisbury, by Eda Eleanor 
his wife, younger dau. of the Rev. William Fisher, Rector of Poulshot, co. 
\Vilts, and Canon of Salisbury {see Pedigree of Fisher, Vol. ij, page 140) ; 
born at Bishopstone, co. Wilts, in January 1862 ; educated at Winchester 
and at Keble College, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1880, B.A. 1884; 
J. P. for CO. Buckingham, 



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at Bayfordbury, 
CO. Hertford, on 
Saturday, 24 Au- 
gust 1867 ; marr. 
at Bayford 29 July 
1890. 



Lieut.- Colonel Osbert Clinton Baker, 
born at Bayfordbury on Saturday, 25 
September 1869 ; educated at Winchester ; 
obtained his commission in the Royal 
Irish Rifles from Sandhurst in 1890, 
Lieutenant 1894, Captain 1900, Adjutant 
I January 1896 to 31 December 1899 (to 
Militia February 1905 to September 1906), 
Major 1906, Lieut. -Colonel 14 March 191 5 ; 
served with Mounted Infantry in South 
African War, and in command of the 21st 
Battalion till May 1902 (Queen's medal with 
three clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; 
in European War November 1914 as 2nd 
in Command Royal Irish Rifles at Neuve 
Chapelle ; killed in action whilst leading 
his men at Fromelles 9 May 1915. 



Geoffrey Clinton= 
Baker, born at 
Bayfordbury on 
Friday, i Decem- 
ber 1871 ; edu- 
cated at Radley. 



=Violet Edith Henniker, dau. of 
Lieutenant - Colonel Edward 
George Godolphin Hastings, 
C.B., by Mabel Sophia his wife, 
eldest dau. of Sir Brydges Powell 
Henniker, 4th Baronet) ; born 
18 June 1883; marr. at Brent 
Pelham, co. Hertford, 3 Sep- 
tember 1907. 



Edward Geoffrey Clinton Baker, 
born at Calcutta 10 July 1908, 
bapt. there ; died in infancy, bur. 
at Bayford. 



John Hugh Clinton Baker, born 
at Bayfordbury on Monday, 27 
December 1875, bapt. at Bayford ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; died, aged 28, 
at Cairo, Egypt, on Saturday, 
4 March 1905, bur. there. Will 
dated 29 July 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 489, 1905) 6 April 1905, by 
Henry William Clinton Baker, 
brother. 



George William Cole-Hamilton of= 
Gortin, Coalbrook, Orange River 
Colony (2nd son of the Rev. Arthur 
Henry Cole-Hamilton, Rector of 
Castle Ashby, co. Northampton, by 
Harriet Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
John Tisdall of Charlesfort, co. 
Meath); born 12 September 1875. 



^Katharine Edith, born 
at Bayfordbury on 
Monday, 10 February 
1879 ; marr. at Bay- 
ford (by the Rev. 
Mervyn Cole - Hamil- 
ton) on Saturday, 25 
April 1908. 



A\ 



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WILLIAM BAKEK. ESQ, 
BAYrORDBL'RY, HERTS. 



iilorris of J^et|)ertoooli iHanor, to. 

Hereforlf. 



John Morris of Much Cowarne, co. Hereford, and= 
of Dean Lodge, Nash, co. Worcester (son of Thomas 
and Mary Morris of Much Cowarne) ; born at Much 
Cowarne i September, bapt. there 3 September 1800 ; 
died at Dean Lodge, Nash, 27 September, bur. at 
Nash I October 1880. M.L Adnion (with will 
dated 14 April i860) was granted at Shrewsbury 
19 February 1881. 



=Mary, dau. of Thomas and Mary Downes 
of Tiie Knowle, Burford, co. Salo 
born at The Knowle 14 January 18 
bapt. at Burford ; marr. there i Oc...yo^. 
1829; died at Dean Lodge, Nash, 12 
February, bur. at Nash 16 February 
1880. M.L 



Thomas Morris of Dean Lodge, of VVestwood, Thornbury,= 
CO. Hereford, and of Bank House, Burford ; born at Dean 
Lodge, Nash, 14 February 1841, bapt. at Nash; Church- 
warden of St. Anna, Thornbury, 1866 ; died, aged 56, at 
Bank House, Burford, 2 May 1897, bur. at Burford. 
Will dated 6 February 1896, proved at Shrewsbury 2 July 
1897, by Julia Morris, the relict, Thomas Morris, son, and 
Henry Downes, son-in-law. 



qj^Ji.o'ryuxy^ ^^c.j^J^.'i^ 



Julia, 2nd dau. of Edward 
Dolphin of Cleeton St. 
Mary, co. Salop ; born at 
Cleeton St. Mary 17 Jan- 
uary 1830, bapt. there ; 
marr. at Burford 30 March 
1865 ; died, aged 73, at 
Sutton Court, Tenbury, 
CO. Worcester, 30 January, 
bur. at Burford 4 February 
1903. M.L 



Other 



Henry Downes (3rd son of=j= 
William Downes of Tenbury, 
by Jane Dolphin his wife, of 
Hopton Wafre) ; born at 
Romer's Common, Bockleton, 
CO. Worcester, 15 January 1853, 
bapt. at Bockleton ; died at 
Boraston, co. Salop, 15 June, 
bur. at Burford 17 June 1908. 
M.L 



=Frances, born 
at Westwood, 
Thornbury, 30 
December 1 865, 
bapt. at Thorn- 
bury 15 January 
1866 : marr. at 
OldhiU, CO. Staf 
ford, 30 April 
1889. 



Arthur Morris (eldest son 
of George Morris of 
Boraston Court, by Mary 
Morris (his cousin) his 
2nd wife, of Ockeridge 
House, Pencombe, co. 
Hereford) ; born at Deep- 
croft, Newnham, Knighton- 
in-Teme, co. Worcester, 
21 August 187 1, bapt. 
there. 



=j=Julia, born 
at Westwood, 
Thornbury, 27 
November: 867, 
bapt. at Thorn- 
bury 1 2 January 
1868 ; marr. at 
Neen Solars, 
CO. Hereford, 1 2 
July 1897. 

/K 



Thomas Morris of Netherwood Manor, = 
CO. Hereford (which he purchased 6 De- 
cember 1 9 18) ; born at Bank House, 
Burford, 28 May 1870, bapt. there ; 
Churchwarden of St. Anna, Thornbury, 
1907 ; Lord of the Manor of Netherwood. 



=Beatrice Annie, 2nd dau. of George Greaves of 
Hampton Lovett, co. Worcester, by Elizabeth 
Pentlow his wife, of North Islington, co. Middlesex ; 
born at Sharpness Point, co. Gloucester, 16 April 
1875, bapt. at Elmley Lovett, co. Worcester; marr. 
at Hampton Lovett 16 February 190 1. 



Tom Morris, born at Netherwood 
Manor 19 December 1901, bapt. 
at Thornbury 16 February 1902; 
educated at Kyre Wyard and at 
the Technical Schools, Birmingham. 



Leonard Morris, born at 
Netherwood Manor 7 April, 
bapt. at Thornbury 31 May 
1903 ; educated at Kyre 
Wyard. 



Bryan Morris, born at 
Netherwood Manor 6 
August, bapt. at Thorn- 
bury 9 October 1904; 
educated at Kyre Wyard. 



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Robert John Davis (only son of William Philip Davis= 
of Wilden House, Leysters, co. Worcester, by Frances 
Ellen Preece his wife, of Highlands, Brimfield, co. 
Hereford) ; born at Brimfield 8 July 1877, bapt. there. 



=Edith, born at Bank House, Burford, 
CO. Salop, 7 October 1872, bapt. at 
Burford ; marr. there 16 October 1899. 



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Raymond Morris (twin with Vivian 
Francis), born at Netherwood 
Manor, co. Hereford, 13 October 
1907, bapt. at Thombury, co. 
Hereford, 23 February 1908. 



Vivian Francis Morris (twin 
with Raymond), born at 
Netherwood Manor 13 Octo- 
ber 1907, bapt. at Thombury 
23 February 1908. 



Patricia Irene, born at 
Netherwood Manor 28 
May, bapt. at Thombury 
I August 1909. 



Beryl, born at Netherwood Manor 
2 January, bapt. at Michael's, 
Handsworth, co. Stafford, 24 
February 19 12. 



Herbert John Morris, born 
at Netherwood Manor 15 
June, bapt. at Thombury 
13 September 1914. 



Clifford George Morris, born 
at Netherwood Manor 18 
April, bapt. at Thombury on 
Sunday, 16 July 1916. 




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ARBUTHNOT. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Azure a crescent between 
three mullets two and one argent the whole within a bordure 
or charged with three boars' heads couj)ed gules. 

Crest. — A peacock's head proper. 

Supporters. — Dexter : A wyvem vert ; Sinister : A greyhound argent 
collar and line reflexed over the back gules. 

Motto. — Innocent and true. 



ail)Utl)UOt 



Sir William Arbuthnot, Baronet (son of Robert Arbuthnot of= 
Haddo, CO. Aberdeen, by Mary his wife, dau. of John Urquhart 
of Cromarty); born 24 December 1766; Lord Provost of 
Edinburgh 181 5 and 1822 ; created a Baronet by King 
George IV. 24 August 1822 (Patent dated 3 April 1823), at a 
banquet given to His Majesty by the Magistrates and Town 
Council of Edinburgh ; died 18 September 1829, bur. at St. 
John's, Edinburgh. Will dated 19 March 18 19, with codicil 
dated 7 August 1827, proved (P.C.C. 621 Liverpool) 7 November 
1829, by George Arbuthnot, brother. 



=Anne, dau. of John Alves of 
Shipland, co. Inverness ; 
marr. 13 September 1800 ; 
died at Prestonfield, near 
Edinburgh, 19 July 1846, 
bur. at St. John's, Edinburgh. 
Will dated 16 June 1846, 
proved (P.C.C. 633, 46) 5 
September 1846, by John 
Alves Arbuthnot, son. 



Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Baronet; born at Edinburgh^ 
9 September 1801 ; educated at the High School, 
Edinburgh, and at Haileybury College ; entered the 
lionibay Civil Service 1820, Collector and Magistrate, 
Surat, and Agent for Governor, retired 1847 ; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Baronet 18 September 1829; died at 
Florence, Italy, aged 71, on Tuesday, 4 March 1873, bur. 
in the Protestant Cemetery, Florence. Will dated 16 
December 1871, with codicil dated 17 May 1872, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 227, 73) 17 April 1873, by John Alves 
Arbuthnot and Archibald Francis Arbuthnot, brothers, 
Hugh Gough Arbuthnot, nephew, aiid the Rev. Robert 
Keith Arbuthnot, son. 



=Anne, 2nd dau. of Field-Marshal 
Sir John Forster Fitz-erald, G.C.B., 
M.P., by Charlotte his ist wife, 
dau. of the Hon''''' Robert Hazen of 
St. John's, New Brunswick ; marr. 
20 March 1828; died at Piazza 
dell'Independenza, Florence, on 
Monday, 6 March 1882, bur. m the 
Protestant Cemetery, Florence. Will 
dated 8 September 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 345, 82) 16 May 18S2, 
by the Rev. Robert Keith Arbuthnot, 
son. 



Major Sir William Wedderburn Arbuthnot, Baronet y 
born 22 August 1831 ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1847 ; entered the Army as Cornet 9th Lancers 
5 December 1848, Lieutenant 17 June 1851, 
Captain 7 September 1855, Major i8th Hussars 
(retired) 17 November 1863; succeeded his father 
as 3rd Baronet 4 March 1873 ; died at 54 South 
Eaton Place, London, aged 57, on Wednesday, 
5 June 1889, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. 
Will dated 13 July 1870, with two codicils dated 
4 October 1878 and 24 March 1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 565, 89) 24 July 1889, by the Rev. Robert 
Keith Arbuthnot, brother, and BevilL' Ram.say. 



=Alice Margaret, 4th dau. of the Rev. 
Matthew Carrier Tompson of Woodstone 
Manor, co. Huntingdon, Rural Dean and 
Vicar of Alderminster, co. Worcester ; 
marr. at Alderminster (by the Rev. Robert 
Keith Arbuthnot) on Thursday, 11 June 
1863; died at 13 Cambridge Street, Hyde 
Park, London, on Sunday, 5 May 1889, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 30 May 1889, to Sir William 
Wedderburn Arbuthnot, husband. Further 
grant dated 14 November 1889, to the 
Rev. Robert Keith Arbuthnot. 



Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Baronet, K.C.B., M.V.O. ; born= 
at Alderminster on Wednesday, 23 March 1864; Naval Cadet 15 July 1877, 
Sub-Lieutenant 1883, Lieutenant 1885, Commander 1897, Captain 1902, Com- 
modore ist Destroyer Flotilla 1910; Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 
1911-12; Rear-Admiral in the Second Battle Squadron 1913-14, and in 
command of the ist Cruiser Squadron January 1915 ; M.V.O. 22 February 
1904, C.B. 30 May 1916, K.C.B. (posthumous honour) 15 September 1916: 
succeeded his father as 4th Baronet 5 June 1889 ; Author of "A Battleship's 
Commander's Order Book," 1900, and "A Battleship's Station Bill," 1901 ; 
killed in action in the North Sea battle off Jutland, on H.M.S. "Defence," 
31 May 1916. Will dated 26 September 1900, with three codicils dated 
17 September 1914 to 5 February 1915, proved in the Principal Registry 
14 September 1916, by Peregrine Charles Cotton Francis and Arthur 
Frederick Vans Agnew. 



:Lina, only dau. 
of Colonel Alex- 
anderCaldcleugh 
Macleay, C.B., of 
Fairfield Court, 
CO. Sussex, 
Colonel 3rd 

Seaforth High- 
landers ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 
on Saturday, 1 1 
December 1897. 



Rosalind Desir^e, born at 105 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 28 February 1906, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London. 



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John Alves Arhuthnot of Coworth Park, Old Windsor, =j=Mary (his cousin), dau. of George 



CO. Berks, formerly of Madras, India ; born 3 October 
1802; J.P. for CO. Iterks, High Sheriff 1873; died at 
Coworth Park, aged 72, on Sunday, 29 August 1875, 
bur. at Sunningdale, co. Berks. Will dated 28 March 
1873, with codicil dated 18 December 1874, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 772, 75) 19 October 1875, by George 
Clerk Arbuthnot and Archibald Francis Arbuthnot, 
brothers, Hugh C>ough Arbuthnot, nephew, and Charles 
George Ari)uthnot, son. 



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{For issue see page 64.) 



Arbuthnot of Elderslie, co. Surrey, 
formerly a Banker at Madras, by 
Eliza his wife, dau. of Donald Eraser 
of CO. Inverness ; marr. at the parish 
church, Maryiebone, London, on 
Saturday, 2 June 1832 ; died at 
Coworth Park, Old Windsor, aged 46, 
on Wednesday, 30 March 1859, bur. 
at Sunningdale. 



Forster Fitzgerald Arbuthnot, born 21 May= 
1833; entered the Bombay Civil Service 
1853, Collector of Bombay and Superinten- 
dent of Stamps and Stationery ; died s.p. in 
London, aged 68, on Saturday, 25 May 1901. 
Will dated 29 June 1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 682, 1901) 21 June 1901, by Ellinor 
Arbuthnot, relict. 



=Ellinor, 2nd dau. of Admiral Sir James Stirling, 
Founder and Governor of Western Australia, 
by Ellen his wife, dau. of James Mangles 
of Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, M.P. ; marr. at 
Cranleigh, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 17 July 
1879. She married istly 24 July 1856, James 
Alexander Guthrie of Craigie, co. Forfar, who 
died 17 January 1873. 



Aline Henriette, born 
at Secunderabad, 

India, on Friday, 16 
March 1866 ; died at 
19 Upper Cheyne 
Row, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 13 Feb- 
ruary, buried 1 5 
February 1913 ; first 
part of service at 
Chelsea Old Church. 
Adinon was granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 18 April 
19 1 3, to William 
Fitzgerald Arbuthnot, 
brother. 



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Brigadier- General Sir Dalrymple Arbuthnot, Baronet,= 

C.M.G. ; born at Secunderabad on Monday, i April 

1867 ; educated at Wellington College; entered the 

Royal Artillery as Lieutenant 17 February 1886, 

Captain 1896, Major 1901, Lieut.- Colonel 19 13, 

Colonel (by brevet) 19 15, Brigadier- General 

(temporary) 19 May 1915; served at operations in 

Chitral 1895, with relief force as Transport Officer 

4th Brigade (medal with clasp) ; in South African 

War 1 899 -1 902, on Staff and employed with 

Brabant's Horse ; at operations in the Transvaal, 

East of Pretoria, including action at Belfast ; in 

Cape Colony, South of Orange River, 1899-1900 ; 

in Cape Colony December 1900 to July 1901 

(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 

September 1901, Queen's medal with three clasps, 

King's medal with two clasps) ; in the European 

War (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 

19 October 19 14, 17 P"ebruary and 22 June 191 5, 

and I January 1916) ; C.M.G. 18 February 1915; 

succeeded his brother as 5th Baronet 31 May 19 16. 



= Alice Maude (his 
cousin), only dau. 
of Hugh Lyttel- 
ton Arbuthnot ; 
born at 22 Hans 
Place, Chelsea, 
on \\'ednesday, 
14 July 1 880 ; 
married at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
on Tuesday, 1 5 
January 191S. 

{See page 67). 



Reginald Ramsay Arbuthnot, born at Venice, Italy, on Sunday, 
25 April 1869; entered as 2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) 
Royal Irish Regiment 10 October 1891, Lieutenant i March 1893, 
Captain 1899; served in South African War; died at Mafeking, 
South Africa, from wounds received in action at Ottoshoop, when 
serving as Adjutant 4th Contingent New Zealand Rough Riders 
3 September 1900. Adinon (with will dated 28 September 1891) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 3, 1901) 22 January 1901, to Hugh Lyttleton 
Arbuthnot, the Attorney of Robert Keith Arbuthnot. 

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William Fitzgerald 
Arbuthnot, born at 
Ootacamund, Ma- 
dras Presidency, 
India, on Friday, 
29 October 1875 ; 
Lieutenant Seaforth 
Highlanders 1902 
to 1905 (retired). 



Agnes, dau. of John= 
Rait of Anniston, co. 
Forfar ; marr. at Well- 
field, CO. Fife, on 
Tuesday, 7 November 
1837 ; died at 30 
Portland Place, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 12 
March 1S42, bur. at 
Ockley, co. Surrey. 
I St wife. 



=George Clerk Arbuthnot of Mavis-= 
bank House, Midlothian ; born 7 
October 1803; Commander in the 
Maritime Service of the Hon''''^ 
East India Co. ; J.P. for Mid- 
lothian ; died at Mavisbank House, 
aged 72, on Monday, 21 February 
1876, bur. at St. John's, Edinburgh. 



Caroline Ramsay, dau. of James 
Hay of CoUiepriest, co. Devon ; 
born 12 August 1820; marr. at 
Loanhead, Midlothian, 10 Jan- 
uary 1845 ; died at 42 Palmerston 
Place, Edinburgh, 9 August 191 1, 
bur. at St. John's, Edinburgh. 
2nd wife. 



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{For issue see page 68.) 



William Arbuth- 
not, ' born at 
Walton Priory, 
CO. Lancaster, 
on Sunday, 3 
February 1839, 
died there the 
next day. 



John, Baron Inverclyde ; born 24 June=j=Emily, born at Walton Priory, 
1829; J.P. and D.L. for the counties of co. Lancaster, on Sunday, 14 

June 1840; marr. at Mavisbank 
House on Tuesday, 27 November 
i860; died at Castle Wemyss 
on Thursday, 14 February, bur. 
with her husband in the English 
Episcopal Church at Wemyss 
Bay on Saturday, 16 February 
1 90 1. Confirmation granted at 
Greenock 3 June 1901, to 
George Arbuthnot, Baron Inver- 
clyde, and the Hon'''^ James 
Cleland Burns, sons. Sealed in 
London i July 1901. 



I^nark, Renfrew and Glasgow ; Hon. Lieu- 
tenant Royal Naval Reserve : succeeded 
his father as 2nd Baronet 2 June 1890, and 
created Baron Inverclyde of Castle Wemyss, 
CO. Renfrew, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 28 July 1897 ; died at Castle 
Wemyss on Tuesday, 12 February, bur. with 
his wife in the English Episcopal Church 
at Wemyss Bay on Saturday, 16 February 
1 90 1. Will dated 16 September 1899, 
with four codicils dated 13 January to 25 
October 1900. Confirmation granted at 
Greenock 3 June 1901, to George Arbuth- 
not, Baron Inverclyde, the Hon'''^ James 
Cleland Burns, Robert Gourlay, David 
Wilson and Timothy Warren. Sealed in 
London i July 1901. /k 



Rev. Robert Keith Arbuthnot, born= 
10 August 1838; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; 
Vicar of Sempringham with Pointon 
1869-74, of St. Luke's, Holbeach, 
1874-80, both CO. Lincoln, and of 
St. James' Ratcliff, London, 1880; 
died, aged 55, on Wednesday, 
5 December 1894. Will dated 22 
November 1882, with codicil dated 
30 May 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
!> 95) 9 January 1895, by Foster 
Fitzgnrald Arbuthnot and Henry 
Tylston Hodgson. 



=Mary Agnes, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Thomas Vaughan, Hon. 
Canon of St. Albans, Rural Dean and 
Rector of Harpenden, co. Hertford ; 
marr. at Harpenden on Wednesday, 
17 June 1868; died at 2 Oakley 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 14 March 1908. Will dated 
7 March 1903, with codicil dated 21 
March 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 527, 
1908) II April 1908, by Constance 
Margaret Arbuthnot, spinster, and 
Charles Ed\vyn Vaughan and Frederick 
George Simpkinson. 



John Alves Henry 
Arbuthnot, born 
25 July 1842; 
Lieutenant Bom- 
bay Cavalry 5 
September 1861 ; 
died 29 June 
1878. 



Henry Edward Hamill-Stewart of 2 Oakley=f=Geraldine Mary, born at 



Street, Chelsea (only surviving son of John 
Thomas Hamill-Stewart of Ballyatwood House, 
CO. Down, and of Fullwood Park, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, by Marian his wife, dau. of 
Edward Hudson of Loughbrickland, co. Down); 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1875, B.A. 1883. J^ 



Kimpton, co. Hertford, on 
Saturday, i May 1 869 ; 
marr. at All Saints', Bat- 
tersea Park, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 3 September 
1896. 



A daughter, bom 
prematurely at 
Kimpton onWed- 
nesday, 5 January 
1870, died a few 
hours later. 



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Archibald Francis Arbuthnot, bom 8=j=Hon'''= Gertrude Sophia, 2nd dau. of Field-Mar^h^ 



January 1805; died at Silver Hill House, 
Torquay, co. Devon, aged 74, on Mon- 
day, 31 March 1879, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 30 April 

1877, with codicil dated 24 December 

1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 308, 79) 26 
April 1879, by Hugh Gough Arbuthnot 
and Robert George Arbuthnot, sons, and 
Sir John Henry Kennaway, Baronet. 



Hugh, Viscount Gough, K.P., G.C.B., G.C..^ 
born 21 October 18 16; marr. 12 December 183 
died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Tuesda 
21 November 1882, bur. at Torquay. Will da 
10 August 1880, with codicil dated 11 May iii< 
proved (Prin. Reg., 3, 83) 6 January i88j, 
Hugh Gough Arbuthnot, son. 



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{See Pedigree of Gough, Vol. ij, 
page ISO.) 



{For issue see page dp.) 



Fitzgerald Hay 
Arbuthnot, born 
25 August 1 849; 
died, aged 45, 
on Thursday, i 
November 1894. 



Rev. Charles Hall Raikes^ 
(eldest son of Charles 
Raikes of Ghazepore, India) ; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 2 November 
1857, aged 18, B.A. 1S61, 
M.A. 1864; Vicar of Chittoe, 
CO. Wilts, 1867 until his 
death ; died at 26 Hans 
Place, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, aged 46, on Monday, 14 
December 1885. Adtiion 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 20 April 1886, to 
Charlotte D'Ende Raikes, 
relict. 



=j=Charlotte D'Ende, marr. 
at the parish church, 
Leamington, co. Warwick 
(by her brother, the Rev. 
Robert Keith Arbuthnot), 
on Tuesday, 21 April 
1863; died at Clevis- 
house, Porthcawl, co. 
Glamorgan, 18 May 1904. 
AdlSon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
26 September 1904, to 
Madeline Charlotte Clut- 
terbuck, wife of Edmund 
Henry Clutterbuck. 

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Henrietta Anne, died 
unmarried at Zurich, 
Switzerland, on Tues- 
day, 26 June 1897, 
bur. at Florence, 
Italy. Will dated 
10 September 1896, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
964, 97) 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1897, by Charles 
George Arbuthnot 
and Hugh Lyttelton 
Arbuthnot. 



Robert Edward Vaughan Arbuthnot, born at the Vicarage,= 
Sempringham, co. Lincoln, on Sunday, 15 January 1871; educated 
at Merchant Taylors' School and at St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 October 1889, Scholar 1889 (2nd Indian Languages 
1892); Selected Candidate (44th) Indian Civil Service 1890, i6th 
in final 1892; Under-Secretary to Government of Burma 1897-99, 
Acting Secretary 1900, Under-Secretary to Government of India 
in Agriculture and Revenue Departments 1900- 1904, Revenue 
Secretary to Burmese Government 1905, Settlement Commissioner 
1907- 



=Ethel Mary, elder dau. of 
Major Charles Wyndham 
of the 9th Bengal Light 
Cavalry ; marr. at the 
British Consulate and 
afterwards at the English 
Church (St. Mark's), 
Florence, Italy, on Wed- 
nesday, 19 April 1899. 



Elnyth Mary Arbuthnot, born at 129 Via San Niccolo, 
Florence, Italy, on Thursday, i February 1900. 



Henry Fitzgerald Arbuthnot,= 
born at the Vicarage, Sempring- 
ham, on Wednesday, 16 July 
1873 ; Deputy Conservator 
Indian Forest Service, Madras, 
India ; died, aged 44, at Ko- 
daikanal, Madras, on Saturday, 
26 May 1917. 



=Ivy, dau. of John 
W. Minchin of 
Ootacamund, 
Madras ; marr. 
at St. Stephen's, 
Ootacamund, 31 
December 1900. 



Hugh Keith Arbuthnot, born 20 July 
1874; Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 14 
February 1894, Lieutenant 14 May 1896; 
died unmarried at Hong Kong, China, 
on Monday, 16 February 1903. Will 
dated 22 July 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
941, 1903) 8 August 1903, by Geoffrey 
Holt Stilwell. 



Julia Mary Agnes, bom 
at Bellary, India, on 
Tuesday, 1 7 December 
1901 ; died 18 May 1909. 



Hugh Fitzgerald Arbuth- 
not, born at Ootacamund 
on Tuesday, 13 October 
1903. 

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Madeline Ivy, 
born 26 April 
1908. 



Katherine Rose, bom at 
Clifton, Swanage, co. 
Dorset, on Thursday, 
1 8 September 191 3. 



William Urquhart Arbuthnot of Bridgen Place, co.= 
Kent; born 24 March 1807; educated at the High 
School, Edinburgh, and at Haileybury College; of 
the Madras Civil Service 1825-46; Member of the 
Indian Council 21 September 1858 until his death, 
and Chairman of its Finance Committee ; J. P. for 
CO. Kent; died at g Eaton Place, London, aged 67, 
on Friday, ii December 1874. Will dated 
4 December 1867, with codicil dated 8 June 
1874, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 75) 4 January 1875, by 
George Noble Taj'lor and William Spottiswoode. 



=Eliza Jane, only dau. of General Sir 
Henry George Andrew Taylor, G.C.B., 
of the Madras Army ; bom i July 
1815; marr. 2 June 1834; died at 
Bridgen Place, aged 77, on Thursday, 
18 August, bur. at Bexley, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 23 August 1892. Will 
dated 9 August 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 967, 92) 6 October 1892, by 
George Noble Taylor and Frederick 
George Arbuthnot. 



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(For issue see page yj.) 



John Alves Arbuthnot of Coworth=i=Mary, dau. of George 
Park, Old Windsor, co. Berks Arbuthnot. 
(see page 61). 



Adolphine Eliza= 
Macleod, 2nd dau. 
of Edward Lecot, 
French Consul at 
Madras ; marr. at 
Madras 5 January 
1858 ; died there, 
aged 19 years and 
5 months, on 
Wednesday, i De- 
cember following, 
ist wife. 



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=William Arbuthnot of The Ham Manor, = 
Newbury, co. Berks, formerly of Coworth 
Park, Old Windsor; born in Devonshire 
Place, London, on Sunday, 14 April 1833 ; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 16 Decem- 
ber 1850, matriculated 1851, B.A. 1855; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Berks ; died at Ulster 
Place, Regent's Park, London, aged 62, on 
Sunday, 9 February, bur. at Thatcham, 
CO. Berks, 12 February 1896. Will dated 
II [blank in ivill\ proved (Prin. Reg., 212, 
96) 21 March 1896, by Margaret Rosa 
Arbuthnot, relict. 



=Margaret Rosa, of The Ham 
Manor, eldest dau. of John 
Campbell of Kilberry, co. Argyll, 
by Rosa his wife, dau. of William 
Macbean ; bom 3 September 
1842 ; marr. at the British 
Consulate, and afterwards at 
the English Episcopal Church, 
Leghorn, Italy, on Wednesday, 
12 July 1865; died, aged 75, at 
The Ham Manor, on Saturday, 
II May 1918. 2nd wife. 



Charles Edward Brownrigg, Head Master of Magdalen College School, -f=Adolphine Mary, born 



Oxford (2nd son of Thomas Marcus Brownrigg, Assistant Inspector- 
General Royal Irish Constabulary, by Meriel Anna his ist wife, 
dau. of Commissary-General Watt); born at Maryborough, Queen's 
County, 3 February 1865 ; educated at Haileybury and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1883, Exhibitioner 
1883, B.A. (ist-class Classical Mods. 1885, 2nd-class Lit. Hum.) 
1887, M.A. 1890; Assistant Master at Eton January to July 1888, 
2nd Master of Magdalen College School, Oxford, 1888- 1900, Head 
Master 1900; Editor of "Oxford University Magazine," 1895-99, 
Author of "A Classical Compendium," 2nd edition, 1896, "Latin 
Prose of the Silver Age," and other works. He married 2ndly at 
Burnham, co. Somerset, 22 April 1908, Valerie Margaret Elizabeth, 
eldest daughter of W. S. Akerman of the Old Rectory, Burnham. 



at Madras, India, 12 
January 1868, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Madras ; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Walton Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Wed- 
nesday, 22 December 
1897 ; died 18 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Holywell, 
Oxford, 2 1 December 
1904. 



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Major Robert Denbigh Keyworth (son of Major Charles Keyworth,= 
of the Oxfordshire Light Infantry) ; born 27 September 1878 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Oxfordshire Light Infantry 4 January 1899, Lieutenant 
1900, Captain 1905, Major i September 1915 ; employed with 
West African Frontier Force 30 December 1905 to 27 February 
191 1 ; temporary Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Reserve Battalion 
King's Royal Rifle Corps 17 February 1916, and Training Reserve 
Battalion i September 1916. 

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=Constance Margaret, of 2 
Oakley Street, Chelsea ; 
born at St. Luke's Vicar- 
age, Holbeach Hum, co. 
Lincoln, on Monday, 3 
March 1879 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, Ken- 
sington, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 23 April 1913. 



Hon''''= James Edward Arbuthnot= 
of Bon Air, Mauritius; born 12 
January 1809; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated i June 1827 ; 
Member Legislative Council of 
Mauritius; died at Plaines Wilhelms, 
Mauritius, aged 59, on Tuesday, 29 
September 1868. 



■Harriet Frances, dau. of General Sir William Staveley, 
K.C.B. ; born at Mauritius; marr. at St. James' Cathedral, 
Port Louis, Mauritius in June 1837 ; died at Rosendene, 
Heene Road, Worthing, co. Sussex, 1 1 March, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, 15 March 19 10. Will 
dated 16 June 1898, with codicil dated 8 November 
1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 46, 1910) i April 19 10, by 
Walter Fox Williamson Wells. 



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{For issue see pa);e 7^.) 



Colonel George Arbuthnot of Norton Court, co.=pCaroline Emma 

Gloucester; born 9 June 1836; educated at Eton 

and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 

Michaelmas Term, 1854; entered the Royal 

Artillery as Lieutenant 24 September 1855, Captain 

10 December 1864, Major 15 August 1868, Lieut. - 

Colonel II July 1877, retired 25 August 1877; 

served in India 1857-58, as a Volunteer with the 

14th Light Dragoons during the early part of 

campaign, present at the siege and capture of 

Rathgar and Garakota, relief of Sanger, forcing the 

pass of Nudingpore, siege and capture of Jhansi, 

attack on Koonch, where he commanded the siege 

train (special mention), and capture of Calpee 

(mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp) ; served 

in the Abyssinian Campaign 1867-68, as A.D.C. to 

Sir Charles Staveley, and was present at the action 

of Arogee and capture of Magdala (three times 

mentioned in despatches, brevet of Major, medal); 

J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, J. P. for co. 

Gloucester; IVLP. for Hereford 1871-74 and 

1878-80; died at Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, 

aged 76, on Thursday, 26 December, bur. at 

Sunningdale, CO. Berks, on Tuesday, 31 December 

1912. 



Nepean, youngest 
dau. of Andrew 
Nepean Aitchison, 
Captain Hon'''' 
East India Co.'s 
Service, and grand- 
daughter of James 
Farish, Acting 
Governor of Bom- 
bay when Aden 
was taken; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
on Wednesday, 12 
October 1870. 



Anne, bom at Madras, 
India, 3 June 1838; 
died unmarried at 
Bedwell Park, Hatfield, 
CO. Hertford, aged 71, 
on Monday, 16 August 
1909, bur. at Sun- 
ningdale. VVill proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1353,1909) 
28 September 1909, 
by Charles George 
Arbuthnot and Hugh 
Lyttelton Arbuthnot. 



Frances Muriel, born at 26 Upper Hamilton Terrace, Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 
22 November 1871 ; marr at St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, on Wednesday, 6 July 
1 9 10, Stefan K. T. I. Brichta of Vienna, son of Philip Brichta. 



Edward Herbert Fox of Ecchinswell, co. Hants= 
(2nd son of William Fox of Adbury Park, co. 
Ilants, by Susan Cordelia his wife, dau. of Lieut.- 
(jeneral Edward Fanshawe, C.B., R.E., see Pedigree 
of Fanshawe, Vol. ij, page 22) ; born at Hyde 
Park Square, London, 6 July, bapt. at St. John's, 
I'addington, London, 4 August 1853; educated at 
Winchester College ; J. P. for co. Hants. 



=Alice Marion, born at 
Villa Lloyd, Leghorn, 
Italy, 8 November 1869, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Leghorn ; married at 
Thatcham, co. Berks, on 
Wednesday, 1 8 April 
1900. 



Ivy Florence, 
born at Park 
Lodge, Sun- 
ningdale, 30 
January 1871, 
baptised at 
Sunningdale. 



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Henry Dundas Arbuthnot, born 
24 September 181 1; died in 
1848. _ 

Mary, died at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 5 February 
1838. _ 

Helen Elizabeth, died 30 April 
1825. 



Lieut.-Colonel Hugh Inglis (her cousin) of=j=Anne, marr. at 
Kingsniills, Inverness, and of the 2nd Madras Sunningdale.co. 
Light Cavalry; entered as Cornet 6 April Berks, on Thurs- 
1820, Lieutenant i May 1824, Captain 18 day, 20 Decem- 
March 1833, Major 22 March 1842, retired ber 1849; died 
as Lieut.-Colonel; died at Inverness, aged at Inverness. 
86, on Wednesday, 4 July 1888, bur. there. 
Will dated 17 April 1885. Confirmation was 
granted at Inverness 13 September 1888, to 
Anne Arbuthnot, or Inglis, the relict. Sealed 
in London 19 September 1888. /t\ 



Alice Magdalen, 
born on Sunday, 
17 September 
1843 ; died at 
the residence of 
her uncle. Sir 
John Gough, 
K.C.B., in CO. 
Tipperary, aged 
25, I May 1869. 



Laura Gertrude, 
born at Coworth 
Park, Old Wind- 
sor, CO. Berks, 
on Tuesday, 1 5 
July 1845 ; died 
there, aged 6, on 
Wednesday, 28 
January 1852. 



Charles George Arbuthnot of Bedwell 
Park, Hatfield, co. Hertford, and of 
69 Eaton Square, London ; born at 
Coworth Park, Old Windsor, co. Berks, 
on Tuesday, 20 October 1846 ; educated 
at Eton and at Merton College, O.xford, 
matriculated 2 December 1865, B.A. 
1869, M.A. 1872; a Director of the 
Bank of England 1S83 ; one of H.M. 
Lieutenants for the City of London. 



Florence, of 69 
Eaton Square, 
London. 



Mary. 



Major John Bernard Arbuthnot, M.V.O., of 42 Grosvenor=i=01ive, only dau. of Sir Henry 



Place, VVestminster ; born at 26 Lower Belgrave Street, 
London, on Monday, 17 May 1875, bapt. at §unningdale, 
CO. Berks; educated at Eton (1888-92) and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; entered the Scots Guards as 
2nd Lieutenant iS July 1896, Lieutenant 22 September 
1898, Captain 17 December 1902, Major 15 March 191 1 
(retired 19 13) ; A.D.C. and Private Secretary to Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief, Hong Kong, 15 August 1902 
to 2 October 1903; served in South African War 1900, 
at operations in the Orange Free State (Queen's medal 
with two clasps) ; M.V.O. (5th-class) 22 August 1902 ; 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England. 



Arthur Blake, G.C.M.G., of Myrtle 
Grove, Youghal, co. Cork, formerly 
Governor of Ceylon, by Edith his 
2nd wife, eldest dau. of Ralph 
Bernal-Osborne of Newton Anner, 
CO. Tipperary, M.P. ; born at 
Belfast ; marr. at St. John's Cathe- 
dral, Hong Kong, on Monday, 8 June 
1903. 

(See Pedigree of Blake, " Visitatiun 
of Ireland" Vol. 4, page 118.) 



Irene Joan Grace, born at 
3 Motcomb Street, Belgrave 
Square, London, on Mon- 
day, 25 April 1904, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. 



David George Arbuthnot, 
born at Myln-Croft, Frimley 
Green, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
7 April 1905, bapt. at 
Frimley Green. 



Terence John Arbuthnot, born 
at 18 St. Patrick's Place, Cork, 
on Monday, 8 October 1906, 
bapt. at Youghal, co. Cork. 



Bernard Kieran Charles Arbuthnot, Myles Henry Arbuthnot, Patricia Evangeline 

born at Castle House, Baltimore, born at Castle House, Balti- Anne, born at Derry, 
CO. Cork, on Monday, 8 November more, on Thursday, 17 August Rosscarbery, co. Cork, 
1909, bapt. at Baltimore. 191 1, bapt. at Baltimore. on St. Patrick's Day, 

Tuesday, 1 7 March 1 9 1 4. 



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Jane, died at Shalford, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, lo August 1891, bur. at 
Sunningdale, co. Berks. Will dated 
22 January 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 
908, 91) 4 September 1891, by Charles 
George Arbuthnot and Hugh Lyttelton 
Arbuthnot, brothers. 



Hugh Lyttelton Arbuthnot=j=Elizabeth Fountaine, 



of 26 Cadogan Square, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex ; 
born at Boulogne-sur-Mer, 
France, on Saturday, 27 
September 1851. 



only dau. of Fountaine 
Walker of Ness Castle, 
CO. Inverness; marr. at 
the Cathedral, Inver- 
ness, on Thursday, 25 
September 1879. 



Brig.-General Sir Dalrymple==Alice Maude (his cousin), Henry Charles Arbuthnot, bom at 



Arbuthnot, Baronet, C.M.G., born at 22 Hans Place, 
2nd son of Sir William Chelsea, on Wednesday, 
Wedderburn Arbuthnot, 
Baronet. 



{See /xij^e 61). 



14 July 1880 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Tuesday, 15 
January 1918. 



26 Cadogan Square, Chelsea, on 
Tuesday, i May 1894; died at 
Mountgerald, Dingwall, co. Ross, 
aged 4 months, on Friday, 31 
August following. 



Major Hugh Frederick Bateman-Champain (2nd son of Colonel Sir John=f=Dorothy Gertrude, 



Underwood Bateman-Champain, K.C.M.G., R.E., of Halton Park, co. 
Lancaster, by Harriet Sophia his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Frederick 
Currie, ist Baronet); born 6 April 1869; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant West Yorkshire Regiment 21 September 1889, Lieutenant 
Indian Staff Corps 3 January 1891, Captain Indian Army 21 September 
1900, Major 21 September 1907 ; served in Waziristan Expedition 
1894-95, and action at Wana (medal with clasp); on North- West Frontier 
of India 1897-98, at Mohmand (medal with clasp); with Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as Brigadier Provost Marshal, at capture of Sampagha 
and Arhanga Passes, operations in the Bazar Valley 25 to 30 December 
1897 (clasp). /K 



born at 5 Upper 
Eccleston Street, 
London, on Sunday, 
20 January 1878; 
marr. at Gloucester 
Cathedral on Wed- 
nesday, 3 February 
1904. 



George Archibald Wallace 
Young of Stratton Audley 
Hall, Bicester, co. Oxford, 
(eldest son of Archibald 
Young of Wellington 
House, CO. Lancaster) ; 
marr. at Norton, co. 
Gloucester, on Wednesday, 
23 October 1907. ist 
husband. /\ 



=Mary 
born 
grave 
don, 
12 
1879. 



Christobel,= 
at 5 Bel- 
Place, Lon- 
on Friday, 
September 



=AIexander GifTord Ludford-Astley (3rd son of 
the Rev. Benjamin Buckler Ludford-Astley, 
Rector of Cadeby, co. Leicester, by Maria 
Catherine his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Alexander 
Beaumont Churchill, Baronet, M.D.); born 18 
February 1882 ; marr. in London on Wednes- 
day, 3 June 191 4 ; Captain 14th Hussars ; 
killed in action in Mesopotamia in 191 7. 2nd 
husband. 



A 



Hugh Archibald 
Arbuthnot, born 
at 5 Belgrave 
Place, London, 
on Friday, 4 
December 1885. 



Ronald George Urquhart Arbutlinot, bom at 18 Park Lane, London, 
on Thursday, 8 October 1891 ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant i6th 
Lancers September 1914; of the Cavalry Machine Gun Corps (severely 
wounded at Bourlon Wood), afterwards attached Royal Air Force ; killed 
while flying at London Colney, co. Hertford, aged 27, 3 December, bur. at 
Shenley, co. Hertford, 7 December 19 18. 



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Agnes, dau.=i=George Clerk Arbuthnot of=j=Caroline Ramsay, 
of John Rait. 
I St wife. 



A 



Mavisbank House, Midlothian 
{see page 62). 



dau. 
Hay. 



of James 
2nd wife. 



Ven'''= George Arbuthnot, D.D., Archdeacon of= 
Coventry, of Comyn House, Leamington, co. 
Warwick ; born at Mavisbank House on Sunday, 
24 May 1846, bapt. at Mavisbank ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
7 June 1865, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872, B.D. and 
D.D. 1908 ; Vicar of Arundel, co. Sussex, 1873-79, 
and of Stratford -on -Avon, co. Warwick, 1879 
-1908, Archdeacon of Coventry 1908; Author of 
" The Passion of Christ," and other works ; Editor 
of " Shakespeare Sermons." 



=Margaret Evelyn, eldest dau. 
of the Very Rev. Herbert 
Mortimer Luckock, D. LX, 
Dean of Lichfield, by Mar- 
garet Emma his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Henry Thompson of 
Thingwall, Liverpool; born at 
Cambridge 16 February 1867; 
marr. at St. Ste[)hen's, South 
Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 19 November 1885. 



Mary Hay, born 
at Mavisbank 
House on Sun- 
day, 17 October 
1847; died there 
on Monday, 14 
November 1870, 
bapt. atSt. John's, 
Edinburgh. 



Admiral Charles Ramsay Arbuthnot of Selwood Lodge, Frome, co.^ 
Somerset, F.R.G.S. ; born at 25 Abercromby Square, Liverpool, on Tues- 
day, 5 February 1850, bapt. at Liverpool; Naval Cadet on H.M.S. 
"Britannia" September 1863, Sub-Lieutenant 1869, Lieutenant 187 1, 
Lieutenant in Arctic yacht "Pandora" 1876 (medal), Commander 1883, 
Captain 1891, Rear-Admiral 1904, Vice-Admiral (retired) 1907, Admiral 
1911; commanded H.M.S. "Orlando" (flag-ship) in Australia 1892- 
95, " Hermione," Particular Service Squadron, 1896, "Blnke" and 
"Resolution" 1897-1900, and "Cambridge" School of Gunnery, 
Devonport, 1900-1903 ; A.D.C. to King Edward VH. 1901-1903 ; 
County Councillor for co. .Somerset 1910; died at Selwood Lodge, 
Frome, aged 63, on Tuesday, 30 

September, bur. at Orchardleigh, //J g /Ti /) 1 tr~ L^ 
CO. Somerset, 3 October 19 13. Vh<uXx^.(IL. U/^^U_X/^<- 



=EmiIy Caroline, 2nd dau. 
of Vice-Admiral Charles 
Frederick Schomberg, by 
Helen his wife, dau. of 
Hugh Hartshorn of 
Halifax, Nova Scotia ; 
born at Liverpool 8 
August 1855 ; marr. at 
the British Embassy, 
Paris, on Thursday, 8 
January 1880 ; died at 
Selwood Lodge, Frome, 
5 December 1910, bur. 
at Orchardleigh. 



I 



Evelyn Mary, Commander Robert Henry Ramsay Mackay, R. N., O. B. E. 

born at South- (only surviving son of Henry Ramsay Mackay of Petham 

sea, CO. Hants, House, Canterbury); born 5 August 1877; Naval Cadet 

12 February 15 January 1892, Midshipman 15 June 1894, Sub-Lieutenant 

1881, bapt. at 15 December 1897, Lieutenant 30 June 1900, Commander 

St. Jude's, I January 19 14; served in European War (mentioned in 

Southsea. despatches, "London Gazette," September 1918) ; Order 

British Empire (military division) i January 19 19. /j^ 



■Beatrice Caroline, 
born at Woodfield, 
Havant, co. Hants, 
5 February 1883 ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Frome, 2 1 April 
1906. 



Commander Geo.Trey Schomberg Arbuthnot, R.N. ; born 
at Woodfield, Havant, on Sunday, 18 January 1885, bapt. 
at St. Faith's, Havant; Naval Cadet 15 May 1901, Midship- 
man 15 June 1901, Sub-Lieutenant 15 August 1904, Lieutenant 
15 November 1906, Lieutenant-Commander 15 November 
1914, Commander i January 1919; served in European War 
(mentioned in despatches), Chevalier of Legion of Honour 
31 May 1 91 6. 



Jessie Marguerite, 2nd dau. of 
William Henderson of Berkley 
House, CO. Somerset, by Jessie 
Dennistoun his wife, dau. of William 
Bankier of Glasgow ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Berkley, on Wednesday, 22 
October 191 3. 



Mary Marguerite, born at Hook, Horndean, 
CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 12 August, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Berkley, i October 19 14. 



Peter Charles Reginald Arbuthnot, born at Blyth- 
wood. North Berwick, co. Haddington, on Thursday, 
16 September 191 5, bapt. at St. Mary's, Berkley. 

68 



May Steward, only dau.= 
of Captain Ralph Neville 
Taylor of Lexham Gar- 
dens, South Kensington, 
London ; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, South Ken- 
sington, on Tuesday, 22 
April 1879 ; divorced 
on his petition in 1896. 
I St wife. 



James Arbuthnot of Ballure,= 
Tayinloan, co. Argyll ; born at 
Mavisbank House on Saturday, 21 
July 1855, bapt. at Mavisbank ; 
educated at Glenalmond, co. Perth ; 
died at Ballure, Tayinloan, aged 57, 
on Wednesday, 16 April 1913. Will 
dated 12 September 1905, proved 
in the Principal Registry 30 July 
1913, by Admiral Charles Ramsay 
Arbuthnot, brother. 



=Mary Margaret, only dau. of Lowry 
Mann of Earleston, co. Chester ; 
born at Earleston ; marr. at Bombay, 
India, 22 October 1897; died s.p. 
at Bradeney, co. Salop, aged 45, on 
Saturday, 26 August 1905, bur. at 
Wallasey, co. Chester. Will dated 
23 June 1904, proved at Shrewsbury 
27 September 1905, by Francis John 
Cooper. 2nd wife. 



George Ramsay Arbuthnot, 
born at Huntsland, co. 
Sussex, on Monday, 28 
June 1880, bapt. at Crawley 
Down, CO. Sussex. 



Charles Gwynne Arbuthnot, born 
at Hotel Belle Vue, Baveno, 
Italy, on Saturday, 21 May 1881 ; 
died in Paris on Thursday, 7 July 
following, bur. at Upwey, co. 
Dorset. 



Francis Clemente Arbuthnot 
born at Villa Itzinger, 
Florence, Italy, on Friday, 
9 February 1883; died un 
married in South Africa in 
'9^5 



Archibald Francis Arbuthnot=f=Hon'''' Gertrude Sophia, 2nd dau. of 



(see page 63). 



Field- Marshal Hugh, Viscount Gough. 



Hon'''' Alice Charlotte=Major- General William Arbuthnot,= 
(Pitt), 4th dau. of George, C. B. ; born 27 September 1838; 
4th Lord Rivers ; born educated at Eton, admitted 1853 ; 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, entered the Army as Ensign Rifle 
27 December 1841 ; Brigade 25 March 1856, Lieutenant 
marr. at Tolland Royal, 1859, of the 14th Light Dragoons 1861, 
CO. Wilts, on Wednesday, Captain 1864, Major 1870, Lieut.- 
26 April 1865; killed Colonel 1876, Colonel by brevet 1881, 
by lightning on the Major-General 19 March 1890; A.D.C. 
Schilthorn Alp, Switzer- to Lieut. -General, Madras, 1858-61, 
land, on Wednesday, 21 to Brigadier-General, Aldershot, 1862, 
June 1865. ist wife. to Brigadier- General, Dublin and 
Curragh Division, 1864, Brigade-Major 
of Cavalry, Aldershot, 1869-70, 
Garrison Instructor, Aldershot, 1873, D.A. and Q.M.G., Malta, 
1882, A.A.G. Headquarters of Army 1885-90; served in Indian 
Mutiny 1857-58, at operations on the Ramgunga, siege and 
capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations in Gude (medal 
with clasp); in Abyssinian Expedition 1867-68, as A.D.C. and 
Military Secretary to General Otticer Commanding at capture of 
Magdala (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 16 June, 
30 June and 10 July 1868, medal, brevet of Major); in South 
African War 18S1 ; and in Soudan Expedition 1885, at Suakim 
as D.A.G. (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 25 
August 1885, medal with clasp, bronze star); C.B. 25 August 
1885 ; died at Newlands House, Tooting, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
12 September 1893, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. Will 
dated ii August 1S91, proved (Prin. Reg., 840, 94) 23 August 
1894, by Hugh Gough Arbuthnot. 



■Selina, 7th dau.= 
of Sir Thomas 
Moncrieffe, 7th 
Baronet, by 
Lady Louisa 
(Hay) his wife, 
eldest dau. of 
Thomas Robert, 
10th Earl of 
Kinnoull ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London, on 
Tuesday, 2 o 
July 1869 ; died 
in Dover Street, 
Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 
2 5 November 
1877. 2ndjwife. 



=Edith Anne, 
dau. of Major- 
General James 
LangfordPearse 
of the Madras 
Army, of Linde- 
say, Ryde, Isle 
of Wight ; mar- 
ried at Christ 
Church, Folke- 
stone, CO. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 2 
December 1879. 
3rd wife. 



69 



Hugh Gough Arbuthnot, born 29 January 1840 ; educated= 
at Harrow Easter 1853 to Midsummer 1857 ; one of 
H.M. Lieutenants for the City of London; died at 40 
Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, aged 65, i June 
1905, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. Will dated 
2 May 1894, with codicil dated 25 June 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1266, 1905) 21 October 1905, by Caroline 
Arbuthnot, the relict, and Lionel Gough Arbuthnot. 



=Caroline, of 40 Princes Gate, Ken- 
sington, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Capel Molyneux, Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Onslow Square, London, by Maria 
his I St wife, 2nd dau. of Admiral 
Charles Carpenter ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Onslow Square, 9 June 1864. 



Francis Capel Arbuthnot, Ernest Luxmoore Marshall of=Constance Gertrude, born at 



bom at 4 Onslow Crescent, 
South Kensington, London, 
on Saturday, 19 August 1865 ; 
died there on Sunday, 19 
November following. 



Minster House, 294 St. James' 
Court, London, son of Frederick 
Marshall, formerly of the Court 
of Stannaries of Cornwall. 



4 Onslow Crescent, South 
Kensington, on Tuesday, 17 
July 1866 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, on 
Thursday, 25 January 1900. 



Lionel Gough Arbuthnot, born at= 
31 Onslow Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, on Tuesday, 24 Septem- 
ber 1867; educated at Harrow 
(Easter 1 88 1 to Midsummer 1886) 
and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1886; 2nd Lieutenant 
14th (Service) Battalion The 
Royal Fusiliers (City of London 
Regiment) 22 April 1915. 



=Violet Rebecca, youngest dau. of 
Sir John Henry Morris, K.C.S.L, 
of 88 Queen's (iate, Kensington, 
by Anna Lillian his wife, eldest 
dau. of Colonel Charles Cheape 
of Killundine, co. Argyll ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Wednesday, 18 April 
1S94 ; obtained a divorce in 1913. 



Capel Robert Arbuth- 
not, born at 31 Onslow 
(Jardens, South Ken- 
sington, on Friday, 27 
November 1868 ; died 
there, aged 14 months, 
on Friday, 21 January 
1870, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery. 



Gerald Archibald Arbuthnot of Thistleton, Burnley, co. Lancaster ; born=f=Mary Johanna Antoi- 



at 47 Prince's Gate, Kensington, on Thursday, 19 December 1872 ; 
educated on H.M.S. "Britannia"; Midshipman Royal Navy 1885-91 ; 
Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon'''^ Walter Hume Long, while President of 
the Board of Agriculture 1895-99, of the Local Government Board 
1901-1902, and as Chief Secretary for Ireland 1905-1906; M.P. for 
Burnley January to November 1910 ; appointed Vice-Chancellor 
Primrose League 1912 ; of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (being 
employed in mine-sweeping for the first 15 months of the European 
War) ; afterwards joined the Grenadier Guards as 2nd Lieutenant 
January 1916 ; killed in action 25 September 1916, buried in 
Citadel Cemetery, Carnoy, France. Will proved in the Principal 
Registry in January 191 7. 



nette Dulce, younger 
daughter of Charles 
Oppenheim of 40 
Great Cumberland 
Place, London, and 
grand - daughter cf 
William Powell Frith, 
C.V.O., R.A. ; marr. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Tuesday, 
6 February 1S94. 



Kenneth Lindsay Stewart,= 
only surviving son of Wil- 
liam Lindsay Stewart of 
Stanmore, co. Lanark ; 
Lieutenant Buckingham- 
shire Yeomanry 19 14, 
afterwards of the 16th 
Lancers ; served in the 
Palestine Expedition, 
afterwards in France. 



=Frances Gertrude, born at 
52 Eaton Place, London, 
on Saturday, 21 March 
1896, bapt. at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
23 March 1918. 



Cynthia Isabelle 
Theresa, born at 
40 Great Cumber- 
land Place, London, 
on Saturday, 15 
January 1898, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, 
London. 



Dorothea Helen 
Mary, born at the 
Manor House, 
HoUingbourne, 
CO. Kent, on 
Saturday, 27 July 
1901, bapt. at 
HoUingbourne. 



70 



Major Archibald Ernest Arbuthnot of=j=Anne Elizabeth, dau. of William Walker Ball of Cape Town, 



Westfield Meadow, Hayling Island ; born 
at Madras, India, 5 January 1841 ; educated 
at Harrow September 1854 to December 
1856; Cornet 8th Regiment Madras Light 
Cavalry 2 1 April 1857, Lieutenants February 
1858, Capiain 16 July 1864, Major (retired) 
2 December 1879. 



South Africa, formerly of the Hon'''' East India Co.'s Marine 
Service, by Eliza Legge his wife, dau. of William Packe of 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk ; born at New Ross, co. Wexford, 27 
July 1846; marr. at St. Ceorge's Cathedral, Madras, on 
'Ihursday, 14 November 1872, She married istly at Cape 
Town 4 October 1864, Surgeon-Major Alexander Russell 
Atkinson, M.D., of the Bengal Army, who died 25 September 
1866. 



Basil Stephenson of Shanghai, China, formerly of Low= 
Wood, Woldinghani, co. Surrey, youngest son of 
Thomas Stanley Stephenson, formerly of Kobe, Japan, 
by Mary Georgina Christian his wife. 



As 



=Editha Gertrude, born at Bellary, Madras, India, 
on Wednesday, 17 September 1873 ; marr. at 
St. John's, Ryde, Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 
30 July 1903. 



Lieut.- Colonel Archibald Hugh Arbuthnot, born 7= 
December 1875; eduiated at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Irish (Inniskilling) Fusiliers 6 March 1895, Lieutenant 
10 November 1897, transferred to Indian Staff Corps 
6 December 1899, Captain 59th Scinde Rifles 6 March 
1904, Major 6 March 1913, Lieut. -Colonel 1919 ; now of 
the 7th Goorkhas. 



=Gertrude Alice, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Frederick Charles Green, Vicar of Denmead, 
CO. Hants ; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Calcutta, India, on Saturday, 24 February 
1900 ; died at Peshawar, Punjab, British 
India, on Monday, ii November 1918, bur. 
in the cemetery there. 



I .1 I ! 

Archibald Hugh Gough Arbuthnot, born Patrick Charles Arbuthnot, Ernest Douglas Arbuthnot, born 

at Fort AVilliam, Calcutta, on Monday, 12 born at the Vicarage, Den- 15 September 1905, bapt. at 

November 1900, bapt. at the Garrison mead, on Wednesday, 26 Murree, India ; gained scholarship 

Church, Fort William ; educated at Pine November 1902, bapt. at for Haileybury to enter 30 June 

Town Preparatory School for Hailey bury ; Denmead; educated at 19 19. 

Midshipman Royal Navy 191 7, Sub- Haileybury. 

Lieutenant 15 November 1918; served Sheilah Gertrude Talmash, born 

in European War. 16 June 191 7. 



Captain Ernest Kennaway Arbuthnot,^Edith Elizabeth, 
D.S.O. ; born at Greenwood, Torquay, co. dau. of Richard 
Devon, on Sunday, 3 September 1876; lientley Greene 
Naval Cadet 15 July 1890, Midshipman of Parnholt, La- 
15 September 1892, Sub-Lieutenant 14 burnum Grove, 
March 1896, Lieutenant 30 September Portsmouth, co. 
1898, retired i January 1912 ; joined Hants, Solicitor ; 
Devon Constabulary, South Molton marr. at Hamp- 
division, as Superintendent-Inspector ; stead, co. Middle- 
re-called for service in August 1914, and sex, i Junei9io; 
appointed as 2nd in command and died, aged 41, at 
gunnery instructor on H. M.S. "Arethusa"; Southsea, co. 
served at Heligoland (mentioned in Hants, 11 Sep- 
despatches, promoted Flag-Commander), tember 191 7, 
at Cuxhaven and Dogger Bank ; buried in King- 
Commander H.M.S. "Gadfly" on the ston Cemetery, 
Tigris December 191 7, and led the Portsmouth. 
Naval Brigade to Bagdad (mentioned in 
despatches, D.S.O. September 1918); 
retired with rank of Post- Captain, and rejoined the 
Devon Constabulary ; Order of St. Michael and St. George 
and of SS. Maurice and Lazarus of Italy ; Bronze Medal 
Royal Humane Society. 



Major William Patrick= 
Arbuthnot, born 28 
April 1878 ; entered 
the Royal Marines as 
2nd Lieutenant i Jan- 
uary 1897, Lieutenant 
I January 1 898, Captain 
22 February 1904, 
Major October 1916; 
served in European War 
with Grand Fleet as 
French and German 
Interpreter 1914-17. 



=01ive, only dau. 
of the Hon'''* 
William Gregory 
Walker, Justice 
of the Supreme 
Court, Sydney, 
New South Wales ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Chatham, CO. Kent, 
30 June 1904. 



Olive Joan, born 
2 April 1905, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Chatham. 



Patricia Gwyn, born 
27 March 1906, 
bapt. at Highfield, 
Sydney. 



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I 

Robert George Arbuthnot, born at= 
Bishopsgate, near Windsor, co. 
Berks, 20 May 1843 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 1861, B.A. 
(late Scholar and Declamation 
Prizeman, ist-class Classics) 1865, 
M.A. 1868 ; a Student of Lincoln's 
Inn 29 April 1865, went to the 
Inner Temple 23 May 1868, called 
to the Bar 6 June 1868; died at 
9 Hyde Park Gate, London, aged 
46, 19 March 1890, bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. M.I. Will 
dated 8 August 1889, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 444, 90) 24 May 1890, by 
Helen Mary Arbuthnot, the relict. 



'Helen Mary, of 44 
Beaufort Gardens, 
Ivensington, Lonr 
don ; youngest dau. 
of Sir William Muir, 
K.C.S.I., LL.D., 
D.C.L., of Dean 
Park House, Edin- 
burgh, Principal of 
the University of 
Edinburgh, by Eliza- 
beth Huntly his 
wife, dau. of James 
Wemyss ; marr. at 
St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral, Edinburgh, 22 
December 1885. 



Sir John Henry=j=Frances, marr. at St 



lames', Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, 27 November 1866. 



Kennaway, Baronet, 
C. B., of Escot, Ottery 

St. Mary, co. Devon 

(eldest son of Sir 

John Kennaway, Baronet) ; born 6 June 
1837 ; educated at Harrow and at Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 June 1 856, 
B.A.I 860, M.A. 1 862 ; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar 1864; M.P. for East 
Devon April 1870 to 1885, and forHoniton 
1885; J. P. and D.L. for co. Devon; 
Lieut. -Colonel Commandant 3rd Volun- 
teer Battalion Devonshire Regiment 1894 
-1903 ; Privy Councillor 15 January 1897, 
C.B. 26 June 1902 ; succeeded his father 
as 3rd Baronet 19 February 1873. /t\ 



Arthur Frederick Dudgeon, O.B.E. (younger son of Ellis Frederick Dudgeon= 
of Gogar Bank, Midlothian, by Emily Augusta his wife, dau. of Joseph John 
Henley, C.B., of Waterperry House, co. Oxford); born i January 1879; 
educated at Winchester and at Trinity College, Cambridge (ist-class Nat. 
Science); joined Motor Transport Corps as 2nd Lieutenant in August 1914 ; 
temporary Major 1918; served in East African Campaign 1914-19; O.B.E. 
January 19 19. 



=Jean Marjorie, born at 9 
Hyde Park Gate, London, 
27 November 1886, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, OnslowSquare, 
8 February 1887 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
3 June 1913. 



I 
Robert Wemyss Muir .Arbuthnot, M.C. (twin= 
with Elizabeth Gertrude Gough),born at Dean 
Park House, Edinburgh, 25 July, bapt. at St. 
John's, Edinburgh, 30 August 1889 ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
2nd Lieutenant (Special Reserve) Royal 
Field Artillery June 1911, Lieutenant 1912, 
Captain 1916 ; served in European War 19 14 
-19 (wounded) ; Croix de Guerre (France) 
1917, Military Cross i January 1918. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of 
Norman Coghill of 
Almington Hall, 
Market Drayton, co. 
Salop, by Adelaide 
his wife, dau. of 



Joseph 
marr. at 
Drayton, 
1915- 



Knight ; 

Market 

3 July 



I 

Elizabeth Gertrude Gough (twin with 
Robert Wemyss Muir), born at Dean 
Park House, Edinburgh, 25 July, bapt. 
at St. John'.s, Edinburgh, 30 August 
1889 ; served at Charing Cross Hos- 
pital August 1 914, with the French 
Red Cross I9is-i6,with theY.ALC.A. 
in France 1916-17, the Scottish 
Women's Hospital in Russia 191 7, 
and in Salonica and Serbia 1918-19. 



Mary Juliet Gough, born at Almington Hall 
2 April, bapt. at Market Drayton 5 May 19 17. 



I 



Elizabeth Christian, born at Almington Hall 4 Decem- 
ber 1918, bapt. at Market Drayton 12 January 1919. 



I 
Sir George Gough Arbuthnot of 4=j=Isabella Albinia, younger dau. of 



Grosvenor Crescent, London ; born 28 
August 1848; educated at Eton; six 
times Member of the Legislative 
Council and seven times Chairman of 
Chamber of Commerce, Madras, Fellow 
of Madras University and Chairman of 
Famiiie Relief Fund (Madras Branch) 
1900 ; knighted 10 December 1901. 



the Rev. the Hon'''^ Richard 
Cavendish Boyle (5 th son of 
Edmund, 8th Earl of Cork), by 
Eleanor Vere his wife, youngest 
dau. of Alexander Gordon of 
Ellon Castle, co. Aberdeen ; marr. 
at Burnham, co. Somerset, on 
Tuesday, 9 September 1873. 



I 
Anne Gertrude Grace, died 

at 27 Ashley Gardens, 

Westminster, on Friday, 9 

February, bur. in Woking 

Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 

Tuesday, 13 February 19 12, 

after a service at St. Alban's, 

Holborn, London. 



Ellinor Mary, 
born at Ootaca- 
mund, ^L^.dras, 
12 September 
1874 ; died 9 
August 1875. 



Lieut.-Colonel the Hon^^ Robert Lygon, M.V.O., M.C, of The=j=Cecil Albinia, born 



Chestnuts, Sydenham Hill, co. Kent (3rd son of Frederick, 6th Earl 

Beauchamp) ; born 9 August 1879, bapt. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge; 

educated at Eton and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 

2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 3 August 1898, Lieutenant 1899, 

Captain 1905, retired 3 January 1914, Major Reserve of Officers; 

A.D.C. to Governor of Madras 28 December 1900; served in 

South African War 1899-1900 (Q';<,-en's medal with five clasps); 

in European War in command of a Territorial Force Battalion Loyal North 

Lancashire Regiment 1914-16 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 

22 June 1915. Military Cross); M.V.O. (4th-class) 29 June 1910. /|\ 



at Huntercombe, 
Maidenhead, co. 
Berks, 30 Septem- 
ber 1 88 1, bapt. at 
Burnham, co. Buck- 
ingham ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
10 October 1903. 



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William Urquhart Arbuthnot=p--Eliza Jane, only dau. of 



of Bridgen Place, co. Kent 
{see page 64). 



General Sir Henry George 
Andrew Taylor, G.C.B. 



William Henry Arbuthnot, born i July 1835 ; of the Madras Civil= 
Service 1855, Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot, 
1856, Second Assistant to the Accountant-General, Madras, 1858, 
retired 16 February 1865 ; died at 2 The Pavement, Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 4 July 1888. Adfnon 
(with will dated 3 February 18S5) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 933, 88) 27 November 1888, to Frederick George 
Arbuthnot, the .Attorney of Reginald James Hugh Arbuthnot, 
brother. 



=Mary Pearson, eldest dau. of 
Wright Turner of Holly 
Bank, Pendleton, co. Lan- 
caster ; niarr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 10 March 1875 ; 
died in Weymouth Street, 
Portland Place, London, 
aged S3, 13 July 1887. 



William Spotliswoode of Coombe Bank, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, D.C.L., LL.D.,= 
F.R.S. (eldest son of Andrew Spottiswoode of St. George's, Bloomsbury, 
London, by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of Thomas Norton Longman, M.P.); 
born in London 11 January 1825; educated at Eton and at Harrow, Lyon 
Scholar 1842, of Ralliol College, Oxford, matriculated 14 May 1842, 
B.A. 1846 (ist Math.), Senior Mathematical Scholar 1846, Johnson 
Mathematical Scholar 1847, M..^. 1848, created D.C.L. 26 June 1878, 
LL.D. Cambridge 1879, LL.D. Dublin and Edinburgh; Fellow of the Royal 
Society 1853, Treasurer 1871, President 30 November 1878, F.R.A.S., 
F.R.G.S., President of British Association August 1878, and of London 
Mathematical Society 1870-72; Queen's Printer; Author of " Meditationes 
Analytics," 1847, and other scientific works ; died at 41 Grosvenor Place, 
London, aged 58, on Wednesday, 27 June, bur. in Westminster Abbey on 
Thursday, 5 July 1883. Will dated 18 April 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 711, 83) 
15 August 1883, by George Edward Eyre and George Andrew Spottiswoode, 
brother. Portrait by the Hon'''' John Collier in the Meeting Room of the 
Royal Society, another by George Frederick Watts, R.A., in the possession of 
the family. /f^ 



=Eliza Taylor, born 
7 March 1837 ; 
marr. at Bexley, co. 
Kent, on Wednes- 
day, 27 November 
1861 ; died, aged 
57, at Cromer, co. 
Norfolk, 21 August 
1894, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bexley. 
Will dated 25 
November 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
1040, 94) 15 Oc- 
tober 1894, by 
William Hugh 
Spottiswoode, son. 



Arthur Brandreth, of the= 
Indian Civil Service, Judge 
Chief Court, Punjab ; died at 
81 Onslow Square, South Ken- 
sington, London, 5 December 
1892, bur. in Kensington 
Cemetery, Ealing, co. Middle- 
sex. Will dated 7 August 
1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
325. 93) 7 April 1893, by Mary 
Charlotte Brandreth, the relict. 



=Mary Charlotte, born 20 April 
1841 ; marr. at Bexley on Wednes- 
day, 5 August 1868; died at 81 
Onslow Square, South Kensington, 
2 June 1897, bur. in Kensington 
Cemetery, Ealing. Will dated 10 
January 1895, with codicil dated 
17 February 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 750, 97) 23 July 1897, by 
William Hugh Spottiswoode and 
Reginald James Arbuthnot. 



Frederick George Arbuthnot, 
born 15 August 1845; died 
unmarried at 38 Salisbury Road, 
Bexley, on Thursday, i Septem- 
ber, bur. at the parish church, 
Bexley, on Saturday, 3 Sep- 
tember 1910. Will dated 20 
February 1909, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 16, 1 9 10) 15 November 
1 9 10, by William Roland Peck. 



Helen, of 79 Ashley A daughter, born at 3 Reginald James Hugh Arbuthnot, Madeline, died 
Gardens, Westmin- Clarendon Place, Hyde born at 42 Sussex Square, at Bridgen, co. 
ster; born at Madras, Park Gardens, London, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Thursday, Kent, in De- 
India, 10 August on Wednesday, 17 2 June 1853 ; educated at Rugby ; cember 1858, 
1850, bapt. there. March, and died there died at Brighton on Wednesday, bapt. at Bexley. 
23 March 1852. 19 September, bur. at Bexley on 
Monday, 24 September 1917. 



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Hon'''' James Edward=f=Harriet Frances, dau. 



Arbuthnot of Bon Air, 
Mauritius {see page 6j). 



of General Sir William 
Staveley, K.C.B. 



Clinton Francis Berens Dawkins (2nd=f=Mary Rose.' 

son of Colonel Henry Dawkins of 

Over Norton, co. Oxford, of the 6oth 

Rifles) ; Receiver-General, Trinidad ; 

marr. at Port Louis, Mauritius, on 

Tuesday, 20 November 1856; died 

at Trinidad 24 August 1859. Adiiion 

was granted at the Principal Registry 

15 December 1859, to Mary Rose 

Dawkins, the relict, ist husband. /t\ 



=Charles Edmund Banks 
(eldest son of John Tathani 
Banks of Worth Lodge, 
Crawley, CO. Sussex, M.D.); 
Secretary to tiie Council ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Plaines 
Wilhelms, Mauritius, on 
Monday, 23 December 1 861. 
2nd husband. 



William Staveley 
Arbuthnot, born 
at 1 3 Cireat Queen 
Street, Westmin- 
ster, on Monday, 
14 June 1841 ; 
died 20 June, 
1898, bur. at 
Mauritius. 



Edward Douglas (4th son of= 
General Sir James Dawes 
Douglas, G.C.B., by Marianne 
his wife, youngest dau. of 
William Bullock) ; burn 10 
April 1831 ; Assistant Colonial 
Secretary, Mauritius ; died 21 
June 1867. /\ 



^Anne, marr. at 
St. Thomas', 
Plaines Wil- 
helms, Mau- 
ritius, 21 May 
1862. 



George Ireland Arbuth-= 
not, born in 1847 ; of 
the Bank of Bengal ; 
died at Calcutta, India, 
aged 52, on Saturday, 
24 March 1900, bur. 
there. 



=Nettie May Cumming, of 
Chatham, co. Kent, dau. of 
Donald Munro of Bellville, 
CO. Inverness ; marr. at St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, 
on Saturday, 6 May 1876; 
died 18 September 1915. 



Alister Dare Staveley Arbuthnot, 
born at Lucknow, India, 1 1 July 
1 88 1, bapt. there; educated at 
Cheltenham College ; entered the 
Royal Engineers (3rd Sappers 
and Miners) as 2nd Lieutenant 
2 May 1900, Lieutenant 2 May 
1903, Captain 2 May 19 10; served 
in Mesopotamian Expedition 1915 
-16 (wounded). 



Frances Lieut.- Colonel Norman Doncaster=j=Madeline Wini- 
Ella. Noble, D.S.O. (younger son of Colonel fred Louise, 

Charles Simeon Noble of the Indian married at St. 

Army); born 2 March 1881 ; entered Luke's, Chelsea, 

the Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant co. Middlesex, 

1899, Lieutenant 1902, Captain 1908, 17 April 191 2. 

Major 1916, Lieut. -Colonel 1918; 

served in European War 19 14 

(mentioned in despatches, " London 

Gazette," 22 June 1915, i January and 

6 December 1916, and 28 November 

1917, D.S.O.) A 



Harriet Gertrude, 
born at Mauritius. 



Louisa Fitzgerald 
L'Estrange, born 
at Mauritius. 



Walter Fox Williamson Wells of Dunrobin, Eastbourne,^ 
CO. Sussex (eldest son of W. W. Wells of the Bengal 
Army, by Frances his wife, dau. of Francis Fox, M.D., 
of Brislington House, co. Somerset) ; born at Barrack- 
pore, India, 3 July 1854; educated at Cheltenham 
College ; of the Bengal Civil Service, entered 
November 1875, retired May 1906. A 



=Emily Frederica, born 
at Mauritius 27 Jan- 
uary 185s ; marr. at 
the British Embassy, 
Paris, on Thursday, 13 
February 1879. 



Commander Frederick George Loring of 55 Oakley Street, Chelsea=f=Charlotte Elizabeth, 



(elder son of Admiral Sir William Loring, K.C.B., by Frances his 
wife, dau. of John Adams of Holyland, co. Pembroke) ; Naval Cadet 
15 July 1882, Midshipman 15 September 1884, Sub-Lieutenant 
14 September 1888, Lieutenant i September 1891, Commander 
(retired) 28 December 1909 ; wrecked in H.M.S. "Victoria" 
(flag-ship of Vice-Admiral Sir George Tryon, K.C.B.) off Tripoli 
27 June 1893 (Royal Humane Society's bronze medal for saving 
life) ; in charge of Admiralty Shore Wireless Telegraph Stations 
1902-1908; Inspector Wireless Telegraphy, General Post OflSce ; 
Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers and of the 
Royal Society of Arts. A 

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born at Mauritius 
marr. at All Saints', 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
on Wednesday, t2 
August 1896. 



Frances 
Henrietta, 
born at 
Mauritius. 



arbut{)not anti artutljnot^EesIie. 



died, aged 71, at Elderslie, 
Will dated n August 1842, 



George Arbuthnot of Elderslie, co. Surrey, and of Upper Wimpole Street,. 

London, formerly of Madras, India (4th son of Robert Arbuthnot of Haddo, 

CO. Aberdeen, by Mary his wife, dau. of 

Captain John Urquhart of Cromarty and 

Craigston, co. Aberdeen) ; born 4 December 

1772; J. P. for CO. Surrey 1820; Original 

Alember of the Highland Society of London 

3 November 1843, bur. at Ockley, co. Surrey. 

with two codicils dated 10 April 1843 and i November 1843, proved (P.C.C. 

817, 43) 21 December 1843, by John Alves Arbuthnot, John Eraser 

Alexander Trotter and Alfred Latham. Portrait at Warihill, co. Aberdeen, 

in the possession of William Almthnot- Leslie, his great-grandson. 



•Elizabeth, dau. of 
Donald Eraser, by 
Mary Ord his wife ; 
born in 1791 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Fort 
St. George, Madras, 
26 April 1810; died 
in Upper Wimpole 
Street, London, 29 
September 1834, 
bur. in the family 
vault in the church- 
yard at Ockley, co. 
Surrey. 



John Alves Arbuthnot of Coworth Park, co. Berks (2nd=f=Mary (his cousin), 



son of Sir William Arbuthnot, Baronet (see page 60) ; 
born 3 October 1802 ; J. P. for co. Berks, High Sheriff 
1873; died at Coworth Park 29 August 1875, bur. at 
Sunningdale, co. Berks. Will dated 28 March 1873, 
with codicil dated 18 December 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 
772, 75) 19 October 1875, by George Clerk Arbuthnot, 
Archibald Francis Arbuthnot, brothers, and Hugh Gough 
Arbuthnot, nephew, and Charles George Arbuthnot. /k 

(For issue see page 64.) 



bom at Madras 29 
April 181 2 ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 
2 June 1832 ; died 30 
March 1859, bur. at 
Sunningdale. 



Robert Arbuthnot, 
born at Madras 1 1 
July 1813 ; died at 
Madras 24 October 
1814, bur. in St. 
Mary's Burying 
Ground, Madras, 
the same day. 



George Arbuthnot of Elderslie and of 23 Hyde Park Gardens,= 
London, formerly of Madras ; born 24 April, bapt. at the church 
on the Mount Road, liLidras, i July 1815 ; educated at Eton; J. P. 
for CO. Surrey 1866 ; died, aged 70, at Elderslie 19 March 1895, bur. 
at Ockley. Will dated 29 November 1889, with two codicils dated 
21 February 1894 and 28 February 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 524, 
95) 17 May 1895, by George Arbuthnot-Leslie, James Woodgate 
Arbuthnot and Herbert Robinson Arbuthnot. Small portrait at 
Warthill in the possession of William Arbuthnot-Leslie, his grandson. 



=Maria, eldest dau. of James 
Thomas of the Madras Civil 
Service, by Maria his wife, dau. 
of William Francis Woodgate of 
Sumnierhill, co. Kent ; bom in 
1824; marr. at the Cathedral 
Church of Fort St. George, 
Madras, 28 August 1844 ; died 
at 14 Craven Hill Gardens, 
Lancaster Gate, London, aged 
65, on Sunday, 5 May 1S89, 
bur. at Ockley. 



Emma Marion, bom 
at Madras 4 Novem- 
ber 1845; died at 23 
Hyde Park Gardens, 
London, on Monday, 
12 September 1859, 
bur. at Ockley. 




George Arbuthnot-Leslie of Elderslie and= 
Warthill, co. Aberdeen ; born at Madras 
12 ALirch 1847 ; Ensign S3rd (The Shrop- 
shire) Foot 29 May 1867, Lieutenant 28 
October 187 1, afterwards exchanged into 
the Scots Greys ; assumed the additional 
name of Leslie in 1880, on Mrs. Arbuth- 
not-Leslie's succession to the property at 
Warthill ; died at Warthill, aged 49, i 
November, bur. at Rayne, co. Aberdeen, 5 November 1896. 
Confirmation of William Arbuthnot-Leslie, James Woodgate 
Arbuthnot and Herbert Robinson Arbuthnot at Aberdeen 26 
March 1897. Sealed in London 14 April 1897. Crayon drawing 

at 'Warthill in 
the possession of 
his son, William 
Arbuthnot-Leslie. 



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. JhltJL^^injiJu 



=Mary Rose, eldest dau. of William 
Leslie, nth Laird of Warthill, by 
Matilda Rose his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William Rose Robinson of 
Clermiston, Midlothian ; bom 28 
July 185 1 ; marr. at Meikle Folia, 
CO. Aberdeen, on \\'ednesday, 4 
August 1875 ; died at Warthill, 
aged 48, on Saturday, 6 January, 
bur. at Rayne on Thursday, 1 1 
January 1900. Confirmation of 
William Arbuthnot-Leslie, James 
Woodgate Arbuthnot and Herbert 
Robinson Arbuthnot at Aberdeen 
28 March 1900. Sealed in London 
20 April 1900. 



George Stephens, Viscount Gough ; born iS January, bapt. at St. Peter 
Port, Guernsey, 22 February 1815 ; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 
1836, M.A. 1840; entered the Army as Ensign 16 August 1842, 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 24 March 1843, Captain 1850, retired in 
1850; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Galway and Tipperary, High 
Sheriff 1849 and 1858; one of the Governors of the National Gallery 
of Ireland, Member Royal Irish Academy, Fellow Linnean Society 
and of the Geological Society ; succeeded his father as 2nd Viscount 
2 March 1869; died at St. Helen's, Booterstown, co. Dublin, aged 80, 
on Friday, 31 May 1895, bur. at Stillorgan, co. Dublin. Will dated 
26 February 1892, with codicil dated 2 February 1895, proved at 
Tuam 5 October 1895, ^y Colonel the Hon""'"^ George Hugh Gough. 
Sealed in London 30 October 1895. He married istly at Florence, 
on Saturday, 17 October 1840, Sarah Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut. -Colonel Wray Bury Palliser of Comragh, co. Waterford ; she 
died s.p. at Chianciano, Italy, 17 August 1841, and was buried 
at Florence. /K 

(Set Pedigree of Gough, Vol. 17, page 149.) 



=Jane (twin with Anne), 
born at 47 Queen 
Street, Edinburgh, 22 
October 18 16; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 
3 June 1846 ; died at 
St. Helen's, Booters- 
town, aged 76, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1892, bur. at 
Stillorgan. Admonwas 
granted (Prin. Reg., 
Dublin, 91, 92) 3 
March r892,toGeorge 
Stephens, Viscount 
Gough. 2nd wife. 



James Woodgate Arbuthnot of Elderslie, co. Surrey,=j=Annie Susan Charlotte, eldest dau. 



formerly a Banker at Madras, India, retired in 1884 
born at Belgrave House, Brighton, co. Sussex, 5 
July 1848 ; educated at Eton ; J.P. for co. Surrey 1901. 



of Sir Charles Jackson, Judge of the 
High Court of Calcutta, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Edward Armitage of 
Farnley Hall, co. York ; born 9 July 
1856; marr. at the old parish church, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 26 
September 1877. 



Walter Treverbian Prideaux (eldest son of Sir Walter Sherburne Prideaux,=j=Marion Fenn, born 



Clerk of the Goldsmiths' Company, by Catharine Mary his wife, elder dau. 
of the Rev. John Vidgen Povah) ; born at 41 Colville Gardens, Kensington, 
13 January, bapt. at SS. Anne and Agnes, Gresham Street, 24 February 
1875 ; educated at Eton ; admitted a Solicitor January 1898 ; Assistant 
Clerk of the Goldsmiths' Company 1898. 

{See Pedigree of Prideaux, Vol. ij, page 141.) 



at Madras, India, 
15 October 1878; 
marr. at Ockley, co. 
Surrey, 20 April 
1901. 



A 



William Arbuthnot-Leslie of Warthill, co. Aberdeen ; born 
at 23 Hyde Park Gardens, London, 7 August 1878, bapt. 
at Ockley ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant (from 
Militia) Gordon Highlanders 15 November 1899, of Scots 
Guards 20 February 1901, Lieutenant 13 June 1903, retired 
in January 1914; A.D.C. to Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief, Hong Kong, 29 June 1904 to 30 June 1907; served 
in South African War 1899-1900; at relief of Ladysmith, 
operations in the Orange Free State February to May 1 900, 
in Cape Colony 1900 (Queen's medal with three clasps). 



George Rupert Arbuthnot-Leslie ; 
bom at Warthill on Thusrday, 
23 August 1883, bapt. at Meikle 
Folia, CO. Aberdeen ; educated 
at H alley bury and at Trinity 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1907, M.A. 
191 3; formerly Lieutenant Scot- 
tish Horse Imperial Yeomanry ; 
2nd Lieutenant (The Duke of 
York's Own) Loyal Suffolk 
Hussars 29 October 1914, Lieu- 
tenant July 19 16, Captain August 
1918 ; served in Gallipoli 1915 
(medal), Egypt 19 16, Palestine 
19 1 7, and in France 19 18. 



Aline Rose, bom at Warthill on Sunday, 24 June 1888, bapt. at 
Meikle Folia; served with the French Red Cross 1915-16, the 
Italian Red Cross 191 6-1 7, ambulance driver tor the Scottish 
Women's Hospitals in Serbia 19 18 (Serbian gold medal). 

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Violet Seton, born at 30 
Onslow Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 28 June 
1893, bapt. at Ockley. 



Anne (twin with Coutts Trotter Atbuthnot, bom at 14 Wimpole 

Jane), bom at Street, London, on Friday, 24 April, bapt. at the 

47QueenStreet, parish church, Marylebone, on Wednesday, 17 June 

Edinburgh, 22 i8i8 ; educated at Eton ; of the Madras Civil Service 

October i8t6; 1837, Assistant to Collector, Coimbatore, 1840, 

died at Lisbon, Head Assistant, Arcot, retired 19 December 1855 ; 

Portugal, on died at 9 Bridge Street, Westminster, aged 81, 24 

Saturday, 22 July, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 27 

February 1840. July 1899. Adirion was granted in the Principal 
Registry 5 May i900,toWilliamReierson Arbuthnot. 



Elizabeth Georgiana, bom 
at sea on board the India- 
man, " Duke of York," on 
Friday, 19 May, bapt. at 
St. George's, Madras, 19 
September; died 27 Sep- 
tember 1820, bur. (beside 
her brother Robert) in St. 
Mary's Burying Ground, 
Madras. 



Herbert Robinson=f=Evelyn Mary, dau. of the Hon'>'= Henry Lewis 
Arbuthnot of 76 1 Noel of Exton Park, co. Rutland (3rd son of 
Westbourne Ter- Charles Noel, ist Earl of Gainsborough, by 
race, Hyde Park, Emily Elizabeth his ist wife, dau. of the 
London ; bom at Rev. the Hon'''' Baptist \Vriothesley Noel) ; 
Madras 8 January bom 19 March 1853; marr. at St. George's, 
1 85 1, bapt. there; Hanover Square, London, on Wednesday, 
educated at Eton. 10 November t88o. 



Ernest William Arbuthnot, 
bom at 23 Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 30 April 1856 ; 
died at Elderslie, co. Surrey, 
aged 3 years and 4 months, 
29 August 1859, bur. at 
Ockley, co. Surrey. 



Nigel Hanbury of Green End, Little Munden, co.= 
Hertford (youngest son of George Hanbury of Blythe- 
wood, Bumham, co. Buckingham, J. P., High Sheriff 
1875, by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of John Trotter of 
Dyrham Park, co. Hertford, Captain 2nd Life Guards) ; 
bom at Blythewood, Burnham, 5 August 1879, bapt. at 
Hitcham, co. Buckingham ; educated at Eton. 



=Evelyn Marion, bom at 1 7 Westbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Friday, 26 August 1881, bapt. at the 
Presbyterian Church, Hyde Park ; 
marr. at St. James', Paddington, 
London, on Tuesday, 17 January 
1905. 



A 



Francis Sidney Arbuthnot, born at Madras on Sunday, 26=Lillemor, dau. of Nicholai 
November 1882 ; educated at Eton ; enlisted in the City of Halvorsen, and widow of 
London Yeomanry (Rough Riders) 5 August 1914; gazetted 
2nd Lieutenant The Loyal Suffolk Hussars 12 January 1915 ; 
Staff-Captain Royal Artillery in European War (mentioned in 
despatches 18 April and 26 October 19 18). 



Christian Mohr ; marr. at 
Holmenkollen's Kapel, near 
Christiana, on Tuesday, 3 
September 191 2. 



Maurice Armitage Arbuthnot, M.C., bom at 22 Queen's-j=Edith Madeline, youngest dau. of Sir 

Gardens, Bayswater, London, on Monday, 4 March 1889 ; " 

educated at Eton and at King's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. (3rd-class Science) 191 1; Lieutenant i6th (The 
Queen's) Lancers 1914 ; Captain General Staff; served in 
European War September 1914 ; A.D.C. to Lieut.- 
General Sir Hubert Gough, C.B. (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Military Cross, French Croi.\ de Guerre) ; 
died, aged 29, at Lewes, co. Sussex, on Monday, 14 
October, bur. at Ockley, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
16 October 19 18. 



Frederick Albert Bosanquet, K.C., 
Common Serjeant, by Philippa 
Frances his 2nd wife, youngest dau. 
of William Bence-Jones of Lisselan, 
CO. Cork; bom at 12 Grenville Place, 
South Kensington, London, on 
Friday, 15 June 1888 ; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, South Kensington, on 
Saturday, 7 August 1915. 



Rosalind Philippa, born at Elderslie, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 9 September 19 16, bapt. at Ockley. 



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John de Monte Arbuthnot,= 
born at Madras, India, on 
Wednesday, 17 April, bapt. 
at St. George's, Madras, 
4 June 1822 ; died at 
Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, 
aged 64, on Wednesday, 
4 August 1886. 



'Esther Jane, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. Sir WiUiam Murray, 
9th Baronet, by Esther Jane 
Gayton his wife ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Saturday, 29 
January 1853. 



Catherine Gregor, born in Upper 
Wimpole Street, London, on 
Sunday, 18 April, bapt. at the 
parish church, Marylebone, 
London, 21 May 1824; died at 
Elderslie, co. Surrey, aged 13, 
on Tuesday, 22 August 1837. 



William Henry= 
Ambrose of 
41 Ladbroke 
Square, Notting 
Hill, London, 
eldest son of Wil- 
liam Ambrose of 
Glasgow. 



=Edith Jane, born at 21 Chesham Place, 
London, on Wednesday, 20 December 
1854 ; marr. at St. Saviour's, Walton 
Place, Hans Place, London, on Mon- 
day, 30 July 1883; died at 45 St. 
James' Square, Notting Hill, London, 
aged 34, on Thursday, 12 March, bur. 
on Tuesday, 17 March 1891. 



Arthur John de 
Monte Arbuthnot, 
born at 24 Wilton 
Place, London, on 
Tuesday, 10 No- 
vember 185 7; died 
in 1912. 



Horace Algernon 
Arbuthnot, died, 
aged 5 months, 
on Tuesday, 9 
February 1864. 



Lenox Conyngham Arbuthnot of Mount Vernon Lodge, Nottingham; born at 23 Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, on Sunday, 21 October i860 ; educated at Eton ; Lieutenant South Lancashire 
Regiment 27 January 1883, Captain 27 March 1889, transferred to Suffolk Regiment 12 July 
1890; of the Reserve of Officers 27 March 1889; retired 9 February 1898; married Mabel, 
dau. of C. Potter. 



Lenox Stanley Arbuthnot, born 19 January 1896; Captain 
Royal Air Force ; died, aged 22, at Oxford, as the result 
of an aeroplane accident in England, 1 November 19 18. 



Archibald Magee McNeile (3rd son of Colonel John Magee=j=Mary Sybil (twin with Frances 



McNeile, R.E., by Ellen Emma his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Dickson Archibald, Judge of the Supreme Court) ; born at 
Banner House, Beckenham, co. Kent, 20 March 1878, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Beckenham ; educated at Charterhouse 
(1891-96), Fellow Commoner of St. John's College, Oxford 
(ist-class Math. Mods., ist-class Lit. Hum.), M.A. ; Fereday 
Fellow of St. John's College ; Assistant-Master at Eton College 
1902. /K 



Emily), born at Elderslie, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 20 June 
1883, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, London, ; marr. 
at St. James', Paddington, 
London, on Thursday, 4 April 
1907. 



Frances Emily 
(twin with Mary 
Sybil), born at 
Elderslie on Wed- 
nesday, 20 June 
1883, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Bays- 
water, London. 



Ashley Herbert Arbuthnot, born at 15 Craven Hill 
Gardens, Lancaster Gate, London, on Thursday, 
21 August 1884, bapt. at St. Matthew's, Bays- 
water ; educated at Eton and at New College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1906; Captain 12th London Terri- 
torial Regiment (The Rangers) ; died at Le 
Treport, France, aged 30, 15 May 191 5, from 
wounds received in action with the Expeditionary 
Force 4 May. Memorial service at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater. Will dated 3 January 19 15, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1580, 1915) 8 September 1915, by 
Herbert Robinson Arbuthnot, father. 



Sydney Noel Arbuthnot, 
born at 15 Craven Hill 
Gardens, Lancaster Gate, 
London, on Friday, 23 
December 1892 ; died 
there next day, and was 
bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 



78 



William Reierson Arbuthnot of Flaw Hatch, East Grinstead,= 
CO. Sussex, formerly of Madras, India ; born 28 January, bapt. 
at Ockley, co. Surrey, 30 June 1827; educated at Eton, 
admitted 1841 ; died at Plaw Hatch, East (Jrinstead, aged 87, 
on Saturday, 31 May, bur. at West Hoathly, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 4 June 1913. Will dated 28 August 1903, with 
two codicils dated 11 April 1911 and 29 August 191 2, proved 
in the Principal Registry 10 September 1913, by Philip Stewart 
Mackenzie Arljuthnot, William Reierson Arbuthnot, the 
younger, and Harold Denison Arbuthnot. 



=Mary Helen, elder dau. of 
the Hon'''' Philip Anstruther, 
Colonial Secretary of Ceylon, 
by Mary Frances his wife, dau. 
of the Rt. Hon*'' James 
Alexander Stewart -Mackenzie, 
Governor of Ceylon ; marr. at 
St. James', Paddington, London, 
on Thursday, 9 December 1858 
(celebrated golden wedding 9 
December 1908); died at Plaw 
Hatch, East Grinstead, aged 
72, on Tuesda)-, 21 May, bur. at 
West Hoathly on Saturday, 25 
May igi2. 



George Anstruther Arbuthnot, 
born at Madras, India, on 
Tuesday, 7 February i860; 
died at Madras, aged 1 1 
months and 8 days, 15 January 
1861, bur. there. 



Mary Eleanor, born at Oota- 
caiuund, India, on Friday, 8 
March 1861. 



Lieut.-Colonel William Crawford Middleton=f=Helen Frances, 
of Aytown Hill, Newburgh-on-Tay, co. Fife born at Madras, 
(only son of Major William Middleton of the India, on Satur- 
7th Dragoon Guards); born at Camis Eskan day, 2 2 February 
House, CO. Dumbarton, 4 March 1858; 1862; marr. at 
Comet 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) 13 St. James', Pad- 
March 1878, Lieutenant 6 May 1880, Captain dington, Lon- 

21 October 1885, Major 9 January 1895, don,onTuesday, 
Lieut.-Colonel (by brevet) 29 November 1900; 2 February 1886; 
served in Soudan Expedition 1884-85, at the died at sea on 
Nile (medal with clasp, bronze star), and in her way out to 
South African War 1 899-1 901, at relief of South Africa i 
Kimberley, operations in the Orange Free August 1900. 
State and in the Transvaal ; in command of 

the 2nd Dragoons 21 September 1900 to 

22 March 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, 
brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, Queen's medal with 
seven clasps). X\ 



Philip Stewart-= 
Mackenzie Ar- 
buthnot, born at 
Madras on Fri- 
day, 27 March 
1863, bapt. at 
the Cathedral, 
Madras. 



Ada Jane, eldest dau. of 
William John Evelyn of 
Wotton House, co. Surrey, 
M.P., by Frances Harriet 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. George Vaughan 
Chichester, Rector of 
Wotton ; bom at Wotton 10 
December 1877; marr. at 
the parish church, Dorking, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 1 1 
December 1906. 



Keith Fraser Arbuth-= 
not of Summers Place, 
Billingshurst, co. Sus- 
sex ; bom 2 7 May 1 864 ; 
educated at Rugby ; 
died at Summers Place, 
Billingshurst, on Satur- 
day, 3 1 October, bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey (after crema- 
tion), on Wednesday, 
4 November 19 14. 



=Vida Constance, eldest 
dau. of General David 
Robertson ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 14 March 
1899 ; died in London 
on Friday, 13 December, 
cremated at Golder's 
Green on Monday, 16 
December 191 8. 



Mary Evelyn, bom at 5 Sloane Court, London, on 
Wednesday, 14 August, bapt. at St. Paul's, Portman 
Square, London, 5 November 1907. 



Joyce Frances, born at Hove, 
CO. Sussex, I August 1902, bapt. 
at the parish church. Hove. 



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General Sir John Bloomfield Gough, G.C.B. (2nd son of the Very^ 
Rev. Thomas Bunbury Gough, Dean of Derry [brother of Hugh, 
ist Viscount Gough], by Charlotte his wife, dau. of John Bloomfield, 
and sister of Benjamin, ist Baron Bloomfield); born at Bansha, 
CO. Tipperary, 23 June 1804; entered the Army as Ensign 24 
February 1820, Lieutenant 1825, Captain 1826, Major 1841, 
Lieut. Colonel 1842, Colonel 1850, Major-General 1855, Lieut.-General 
1862, General 26 November 1876; Colonel 2nd Dragoons 1864; 
served as D.Q.M.G. in China War 1840-42 (brevet rank of Major 
and Lieut.-Colonel, C.B. and medal); in Gwalior Campaign 1843-44, 
as Military Secretary to Commander-in-Chief in India, and was 
present at the battle of Maharajpore (bronze star) ; Brigadier in Army 
of Sutlej 1845-46, commanded 2nd brigade of Cavalry at the battles 
of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as Q.M.G. at battle of 
Sobraon (severely wounded, medal and two clasps); Q.M.G. in 
Punjab Campaign 1848-49; Q.M.G. of Forces in India and was 
present at the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (medal with 
two clasps); A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1850-55; G.C.B. 1874; 
died at Knockeevan, Clonmel, co. Tipperary, 22 September 1891, 
bur. at Newchapel, co. Tipperary. Will dated 28 July 1869, with 
codicil dated 21 January 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., Dublin, 441, 91) 
7 November 1891, by Elizabeth Agnew Gough. Sealed in London 20 
November 1891. He married istly 25 August 1840, Carmina, dau. of 
Charles Hitchins of Calcutta, India; she died 14 June 1841, and was 
buried at Ootacamund, India. M.I. ; and 2ndly in 1846, Margaret, 
dau. of General Sir John McCaskill ; she died in 1849, and was buried 
at Simla, India. M.I. y^ 



=Elizabeth Agnew, born 
at 14 Upper Wimpole 
Street, London, 10 
April 1828 ; niarr. at 
Corrimony, co. Inver- 
ness, on Wednesday, 
6 November 1850; 
died at 61 0.xford 
Terrace, Paddington, 
London, on Friday, 25 
October 1895, bur. at 
Ockley, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 16 February 
1894, proved (Prin. 
Reg., Dublin, 566, 94) 
6 December 1895, by 
Colonel Hugh Sutlej 
Gough, C.M.G., son. 
Sealed in London 1 2 
December 1895. 3rd 
wife. 



William Nevill Cobbold= 
of West Wratting Park, 
CO. Cambridge (3rd son 
of the Rev. Edward 
Augustus Cobbold of 
Tonbridge, co. Kent) ; 
born at Long Melford, 
CO. Suffolk, 4 February 
1863 ; educated at 
Charterhouse 1877-82, 
Rustat Scholar of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated 1882, B.A. 
1885, M.A. 1889; Army 
and University Tutor. 



A 



=Hester Marion, 
born 13 Sep- 
tember 1865 ; 
married at 
West Hoathly, 
CO. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 23 
July 1890. 



William Reierson Arbuth-= 
not of 40 Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, London, and 
of the Cottage, Sonning- 
on-Thames, co. Berks ; 
born at the Rectory, 
Sullington, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 15 December 
1866 ; educated at Eton 
(1879-83). 



=Mabel, only dau. of 
Francis Henry Slade of 
New York, U.S.A., by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of James Stokes ; born 7 
May 1866; marr. at the 
Madison Square Presby- 
terian Church, New York, 
on Thursday, 5 December 
1907. 



Helen Marion, born at 
40 Prince's Gate, Ken- 
sington, on Tuesday, 27 
September, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Bromp- 
ton, 6 December 1910. 



Caroline Elizabeth Mabel, 
born at 40 Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, on Saturday, 
10 August 191 2, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
CO. Middlesex. 



80 



Sir William Fitzwilliam Lenox-Conyngham, K.C.B.,= 
of Spring Hill, co. Londonderry (elder son of William 
Lenox-Conyngham of Spring Hill, by Charlotte Melo- 
sina his wife, dau. of the Rt. Hon'''= John Staples of 
Lissan, co. Londonderry ; born in Dublin 25 April 
1824; J. P. and D.L. for co. Londonderry, High 
Sheriff 1859, and High Sheriff for co. Tyrone 1868 ; 
Hon. Colonel Londonderry Militia, formerly of the 
88th Foot ; K.C.B. 1881 ; died at SpringHill, aged 82, 
on Tuesday, 4 December 1906. a 



■Laura Calvert, bom in Upper Wimpole 
Street, London, on Friday, 22 January, 
bapt. at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London, 30 March 1830 ; marr. at 
Rathronan, co. Tipperary, on Tuesday, 
5 August 1856 ; died, aged 87, at 5 
Northbrook Road, Dublin, on Sunday, 
1 July, bur. on Thursday, 5 July 19 17. 



Harold Denison Arbuthnot=f=Annie Grace, 5th dau. HughMackay Matheson=j=KatherineIsobel, 



of Merristwood Hal 
Worplesdon, co. Surrey ; 
born in September 1868 ; 
educated at Eton, admitted 



of Charles Edward 
Lambert of The Manor 
House, Effingham, co. 
Surrey; marr. at Effing- 
ham on Thursday, 28 
April 1898. 



of 1 1 St. James' Place, 
London, and of Little 
Scatwell, CO. Ross, son 
of Hugh M. Matheson. 



marr. at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 9 July 
1902. 



A\ 



Clive Denison Arbuthnot, born 
at 20 Lower Sloane Street, 
London, i August, bapt. at St. 
Laurence', Effingham, 9 Septem- 
ber 1900; educated at Osborne 
and at Dartmouth ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy, Sub- Lieutenant 15 
September 19 18. 



David Denison Arbuthnot, born at 
20 Lower Sloane Street, London, 
14 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 24 November 
1906 ; died, aged 8, on Thursday, 
4 March, bur. at Worplesdon on 
Monday, 8 March 1915. 



Thelma Grace, born 
at Merristwood Hall, 
Worplesdon, 3 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Worplesdon, 
18 November 191 1. 



Lieut.- Colonel Hugh Neufville Taylor, D.S.O. (son of Captain= 
Taylor of the Hon'''^ East India Co.'s Service) ; born 20 December 1859 ; 
Lieutenant Bedfordshire Regiment 28 January 1882, of the Indian Staff 
Corps 2 May 1883, Captain 28 January 1893, Major Indian Army 
10 July 1901, Lieut.- Colonel i June 1904, retired i February 19 14; 
commanded 90th Punjabis; Assistant Adjutant-General 1906-1907; 
officiating Deputy Inspector- General Military Police, Burma, 1908-10 ; 
served in Burma 1892-93, at operations in Northern Chin Hills (medal 
with three clasps, mentioned in despatches); D.S.O. 29 December 1893. 



=Cicely May, bom 29 
March 1 869, bapt. 
at St. John's, Pad- 
dington, London ; 
marr. at Colombo, 
Ceylon, 15 December 
1907. 



Eleanor Louisa, born on Monday, 28 January, bapt. at the parish church, Marylebone, London, 
16 March 1833; died at Lough Cutra Castle, co. Galway, aged 6r, on Friday, 26 October 
1894, bur. at Gort. Will dated 20 April 1894, proved in the l^rincipal Registry, Dublin 
(i. 95). 4 January 1895, by James Jackson Clark, formerly Lieut.-Colonel 9th Brigade, North 
Irish Division, Royal Artillery. Sealed in London 15 January 1895. 



Major Kenneth Wyndham Arbuthnot, born at 11 Chichester Terrace,= 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 23 July 1873 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Seat'orth Highlanders 19 July 1893, Lieutenant 3 July 1895, Captain 29 
April 1900, Major (by brevet 22 August 1902) 10 June 1909; served 
at operations in Chitral 1895, with the relief force (medal with clasp) ; in 
Nile Expedition 1898, at battle of Khartoum; in South African War 
1 90 1- 1 902, employed with Mounted Infantry at operations in the Transvaal 
March 1901 to 31 May 1902, in Orange River Colony February to March 
1901, and in Cape Colony February 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 29 July 1902, Queen's medal with five clasps, brevet 
of Major) ; served in European \Var, killed near St. Julien (North of 
Ypres), Belgium, on Sunday, 25 April 1915. 



Janet Elspeth, dau. 
of Robert Dunbar 
Sinclair-Wemyss of 
Wedderburn Castle, 
Berwick, formerly 
Major Gordon 
Highlanders; marr. 
at Duns, co. Ber- 
wick, 26 April 
1911. 



John Sinclair Wemyss 
Arbuthnot, born 1 1 
February 191 2. 



Robert Michael Wemyss Arbuthnot, 
born at Powis House, Aberdeen, on 
Monday, g March 19 14. 



Andrew Carmichael= 
Arbuthnot, born at 
Flaw Hatch, East Grin- 
stead, CO. Sussex, on 
Monday, 6 August 1877; 
educated at Charter- 
house (1892-94); 
joined 3rd Seaforth 
Highlanders (Militia) 
in 1896, Captain 1899 ; 
Hon. Captain in the 
Army ; served in South 
African War 1902 
(Queen's medal with 
four clasps). 



=Jessie Evelyn^ 
dau. of Charles 
Edward Lam- 
bert of The 
Manor House, 
Effingham, co. 
Surrey ; marr. 
at Effingham 
19 June 191 1. 



Malcolm Alexan-= 
der Arbuthnot, 
born at Flaw 
Hatch, East Grin- 
stead, on Monday, 
23 September 
1878; served with 
Seaforth High- 
landers in the 
European War 
1915 (severely 
wounded). 



=Florence Jessie, 
dau. of General 
George Saunders 
Theophilus Boi- 
leau of Goulburn, 
NewSouth Wales; 
marr. at Calcutta 
Cathedral, India, 
8 January 1906. 



Dorothy Grace, 
born at Flaw 
Hatch, East 
Grinstead, 27 
June 1884. 



Evelyn Helen Anne, born at The Manor 
House, Effingham, on Sunday, 23 June, 
bapt. at Effingham 31 July 1912. 



Ursula Bridgit, born at The Manor 
House, Effingham, on Monday, 10 
May, bapt. at Effingham 23 June 191 5. 



82 



iSurrell of S^nepp Castle, ro- ^m^tx. 




Sir William Burrell of West Grinstead,=j=Sophia, daughter 



CO. Sussex, Baronet, LL.D., F.R.S. 
(youngest son of Peter Burrell of 
Langley Park, Beckenham, co. Kent, 
by Amy his wife, dau. of Hugh Ray- 
mond of Saling Hall, co. Essex, and of 
Langley, co. Kent) ; born in Leadenhall 
Street, London, lo October, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, 24 
October 1732 ; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, admitted 30 June 1749, 
LL.B. 1755, LL.U. 1760; Fellow of 
the College of Advocates 3 November 
1760; Chancellor of Worcester July 
1764, and of Rochester August 1771 ; 
M.P. for Haslemere 19 March 1768; 
Commissioner of Excise 14 May 1774 
to March 1790; F. R.S., F.S.A. ; suc- 
ceeded his father-in-law as 2nd Baronet 
by special remainder 24 August 1788 ; 
died at Deepdene, Dorking, co. Surrey, 
20 January 1796, buried at West 
Grinstead. M.L at Cuckfield. Will 
dated 11 November 1790, proved 
(P.C.C. 56 //arris) 16 February 1796. 

(/^or earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to 
" Visitation of England and IVa/es," 
Vol. 10, page 114.) 



General Sir Thomas Kenah, K.C.B. (son of Thomas Kenah of Bridgefields,= 
CO. Cork, by Alice his wife, dau. of Robert Pratt of Castlemartyr, co. Cork) ; 
Ensign 5th Foot 14 August 1799; Major 58th P'oot 1812; Colonel 63rd 
Foot 1850; General 26 December 1859; served in Holland in 1790, in 
Egypt 1801 (received gold medal from the Grand Seignior), in Sicily 1808-12, 
and at the siege of Genoa 1814 ; C.B. 24 October 1818, K.C.B. 28 March 
1865 ; died, aged 86, at 24 Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, London, 26 March 
1868. Will dated 22 May 1866, with codicil dated 18 June 1866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 270, 68) 16 April 1868, by the Rev. Godfrey Smith, Thomas 
Exham and Richard Kenah Exham, nephews. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Vert three inescutcheons each charged with 
a hordure engrailed or. 

Crest. — A naked arm embowed proper 
the hand grasping a sprig of laurel vert. 

Motto. — Per fluctus ad oram. 



and coheir of 
Sir Charles Ray- 
mond of Valen- 
tine House, 
Barking, co. 
Essex, 1st Baro- 
net, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Webster 
of Bromley, co. 
Kent; marr. 13 
April 1773 ;died, 
aged 52, at West 
Cowes, Isle 
of Wight, 20 
June 1802, bur. 
at Shipley, co. 
Sussex. .She 
married 2ndly, 
the Rev. William 
Clay. 



=Emily Elizabeth, 
marr. 19 January 
1819; died, aged 
48, at Binfield, 
CO. Berks, 2 7 
May 1838. 



Sir Charles Merrick Burrell of Knepp Castle and of West Grinstead= 
Park, Baronet ; born in Golden Square, London, 21 May 1774 ; educated 
at Westminster School, admitted 20 January 1785, and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge ; senior Major Sussex Militia during the French 
War; J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex; succeeded his father as 3rd 
Baronet 20 January 1796; M.P. for New Shoreham in 16 successive 
Parliaments, 4 November 1806 until his death ; died, aged 87, at Knepp 
Castle on Saturday, 4 January 1862, bur. at Shipley. Will dated 
5 May 1857, with codicil dated i June 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 
75, 62) 18 February 1862, by Walter Wyndham Burrell, son. 



=Frances, sister of 
George Wyndham, i st 
Baron Leconfield ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 4 July 1808 ; 
died at Knepp Castle, 
28 September 1848. 



«3 



William Burrell, 
born 23 Decem- 
ber 1775 ; died 3 
August 1777. 



Walter Burrell of West Grin-= 
stead Park; born 15 April 
1777 ; educated at Westminster, 
admitted 20 January 1785 ; 
M.P. for Sussex in five 
successive Parliaments 1817 
until his death ; died 7 April 
1831. Will dated 8 June 
1827, proved (P.C.C. 315 
Tebbs) 27 June 1831, by 
Sir Charles Merrick Burrell, 
Baronet, brother. 



"Helena Anne, daughter of Alexander EUice 
and sister of the Rt. Hon'''' Edward EUice ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 21 July 1825 ; died, at 6 Chester- 
field Street, Mayfair, London, 17 December 

1873. Will dated 14 November 1873, 
proved (Prill. Reg., 11, 74) 23 January 

1874, by William Ellice, nephew, and Percy 
Henry Crutchley. She married istly 
Charles Chisholme of Chisholnie. 



Charles Wyndham Burrell, born at the residence 
of the Earl of Egremont in Grosvenor Place, 
London, i July 1809; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted 14 January 1823, Commoner 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 2 
December 1826 ; died, aged 18, 16 July 1827. 



Caroline Julia, died unmarried, aged 77, at 
20 Talbot Square, Hyde Park, London, on 
Monday, 3 December 1888. Adiiion granted 
at the Principal Registry 27 December 1888 
to Sir Charles Raymond Burrell, Baronet, 
nephew. 



Sir Percy Burrell of Knepp Castle and West= 
Grinstead Park, both co. Sussex, Baronet ; born in 
Grosvenor Place, London, 10 February 1812; 
educated at Westminster, admitted 11 July 1825, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 July 
1830 ; succeeded his father as 4th Baronet 4 January 
1862 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex; Lord of the 
Manors of West Grinstead and Knepp ; Captain 
i8th Battalion Sussex Rifle Volunteers ; M.P. for 
New Shoreham 7 February 1862 until his death; 
died, aged 64, at 44 Berkeley Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 19 July 1876, bur. in the churchyard 
at West Grinstead. Adinon (with will dated 
3 October i860) granted (Prin. Reg., 763, 76) 
3 October 1876 to Dame Henrietta Katherine 
Burrell, relict. 



=Henrietta Katherine, elder dau. of Vice- 
Admiral Sir George Richard Brooke- 
Pechell, 4th Baronet, M.P., by the Hon'''' 
Katherine Annabella (Bishopp) his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Cecil, 15aron De la 
Zouche ; born 4 April 1829; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 26 August 1856; died at 
Hyferes, France, on Thursday, 4 March 
1880, bur. with her husband in the 
churchyard at West Grinstead. Will 
dated 9 August 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
487, 80) 28 June 1880, by Hervey 
Charles Pechell and Robert Nathaniel 
Cecil George, Lord Zouche. 



Sir Walter Wyndham Burrell of Knepp Castle= 
and West Grinstead Park, Baronet : born 26 
October 1814 ; Ensign 2nd Battalion Sussex Rifle 
Volunteers; Barrister-at-Law 1840; M.P. for Shoreham 
4 August 1876 to 18 November 1885 (when that 
constituency was abolished) ; J. P. for co. Sussex, High 
Sheriff 1871 ; succeeded his brother as 5th Baronet 
19 July 1876 ; Grand Master of the Sussex Province of 
Freemasons ; died, aged 71, at West (irinstead Park, on 
Sunday, 24 January 1886, bur. at Shipley, co. Sussex. 
Will dated 29 August 1884, with codicil dated 19 
September 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 298, 86) 2 April 
1886, by Dame Dorothea Burrell, relict, Sir Charles 
Raymond Burrell, Baronet, son, and Ernest Baggallay, 
Barrister-at-Law. 



=Dorothea, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
John Applethwaite Jones,^ Rector 
of Burleigh-on-the-Hill, co. Rutland; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, on Thursday, 10 June 1847 ; 
died, aged 62, at ()ckenuen House, 
Cuckfield, CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 
8 February 1891. Will dated 23 
September 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
237, 91) II March 1S91, by Robert 
Merrik Raymond Burrell, son, and 
Ernest Baggallay. 



84 



Percy Burrell, born 6 July 1779 ; 
educated at Westminster School, 
admitted 24 April 1786; Ensign 
13th Foot 1797 ; served in Ireland 
during rebellion of 1798 ; A.D.C. 
to Major- General Sir Charles 
Asgill, Baronet ; Captain sth 
Dragoon Guards January 1800 ; 
served in Expedition to South 
America ; killed in attack on 
Buenos Ayres 5 August 1807. 



Colonel George Henry Crutchley of Sunniiig-=j=Julia, marr. 8 
hill Park, co. Berks (eldest son of Michael April 1806 
Duffield, by Alice his wife, younger dau. of died at Sun- 
Jeremiah Crutchley) ; born 24 October 1778; ninghill Park 
assumed name and arms of Crutchley by 24 December 
Koyal Licence dated 1806; High Sheriff 1856. 
for CO. Berks 1807; died, aged 89, at 
Sunninghill Park 25 January 1868. Will 
dated 2 September 1845, pnjved (Prin. Reg., 
173, 68) 27 March 1868, by Percy Henry 
Crutchley, son. ^f^ 



Sir Charles Raymond Burrell of Knepp Castle and West= 
Grinstead Park, both co. Sussex, Baronet ; born at 
Burleigh-on-the-Hill, co. Rutland, 29 March 1848 ; of 
Magdalen College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1867 ; J. P. and D. L. for co. Susse.x ; Captain Royal 
Sussex Militia 1872-81 ; succeeded his father as 6th Baronet 
24 January 18S6; died, aged 51, at Knepp Castle, 6 
September, bur. at Shipley, co. Sussex, ri September 1899. 
Will dated 28 December 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 1263, 
99) 4 November 1899, by Lady Etheldreda Mary Burrell, 
relict, Sir Merrik Raymond Burrell, Baronet, son, and 
Wilfrid Hans Loder. 



=Etheldreda Mary, of 23 Cadogan 
Square, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
elder dau. of Sir Robert Loder, 
ist Baronet, M.P., by Maria 
Georgiana his wife, 4th dau. of 
Hans Busk ; born i May 1853, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, \Vells Street, 
London ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 23 
July 1872. 



Sybil Dorothy, 
born at 42 Gros- 
venor Square, 
London, on 
Saturday, 7 June 
1873, bapt. at All 
Saints', Margaret 
Street, London. 



Major Alan Cecil Lupton (only son of Alan=j=Mary Emma, born at 



Lupton of Upper Brook Street, London, by 
Emma his wife, dau. of George Buckton of 
North Hill, Roundhay, co. York) ; born i August 
1873 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated Michaelmas Term, 1893 ; J. P. for 
North Riding, co. York 1907 ; Captain Remount 
Service 1915, Major 1918. /t\ 



Mytten, Cuckfield, co. 
Sussex, on Saturday, 2 
May 1874; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 2 March 1905. 



Wilhelmina Louisa, = 
dau. of Walter Winans 
of Surrenden Park, co. 
Kent, and of Mary- 
land, Baltimore, 
U.S.A. ; born at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
in 1883 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 1 1 
February 1902; 
divorced on his peti- 
tion 16 October 1907. 
ist wife. 



=Sir Merrik Raymond Burrell, Baronet, of=i 
Knepp Castle ; born at Knepp Castle 14 1 
May 1S77, bapt. at Shipley; educated at 
Eton, admitted 1893 ; succeeded his father as 
7th Baronet 6 September 1899 ; J. P. for \ 
West Sussex 1902, High Sheriff for co. 
Sussex 1918; 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
The Royal Sussex Regiment 5 December 

1894, of the ist (Royal) Dragoons 4 May 

1895, Lieutenant 24 February 1900; served 
in South African War 1899-1901 ; temporary 
Major and Assistant Inspector, Remount 
Department, May 191 5, temporary Lieut.- 
Coloncl and Inspector January 1918. 



=CoraUe Adelaide Mervyn, 
elder dau. of John Porter 
Porter of Belle Isle, 
CO. Fermanagh, and of 
Clonbalt, co. Longford, 
by Josephine Henrietta 
his wife, dau. of Colonel 
Jesse Lloyd of Bally- 
leek, CO. Monaghan ; 
born in co. Fermanagh 
in 1885 ; marr. at Lis- 
bellaw, CO. Fermanagh, 
on Friday, 14 August 
1908. 2nd wife. 



Joan Louise, born Walter Raymond Burrell, Peter Eustace 

2 December 1902, born 11 December 1903, Burrell, born 9 

bapt. at Sliipley. bapt. at Shipley; educated May 1905, bapt. 

at Eton, admitted 191 7. at Shipley. 



Etheldreda Josephine, 
born 20 June 1909, 
bapt. at Shipley. 



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Count Philip=f=Frances Louisa, born 

Alexander at Brighton, co. 

Palli (eldest Sussex, 21 May 1849 ; 

son of Pro- marr. at West Grin- 

fessor Alexis stead, co. Sussex (by 

Palli of the the Rev. Harry Jones, 

University, her uncle), 3 January 

Athens); died 1884, and afterwards 

at Athens in at the Greek Church, 

1892. Bayswater, London. 



Francis William Otter of West= 
Grinstead Lodge (3rd son of the 
Ven'''= William Bruere Otter, 
Archdeacon of Lewes) ; died at 
West Grinstead Lodge on Thurs- 
day, I January 1885. Will dated 
6 January 1883, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 155, 85) 16 February 1885, 
by Dorothea Mary Augusta Otter, 
the relict. 



=Dorothea Mary 
Augusta, of 3 Third 
Avenue, Hove, co. 
Sussex ; marr. at 
West Grinstead (by 
the Rev. Harry 
Jones, her uncle) 
on Thursday, 25 
July 1878. 



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Ernest Baggallay of Ashurst Wood House, East Grinstead,= 
CO. Sussex (2nd son of the Rt. Hon'''= Sir Richard Baggallay, 
a Lord Justice of Appeal, by Marianne his wife, youngest 
dau. of Henry Charles Lacy of Withdean Hall, co. Sussex, 
M.P.) ; born 11 July 1850; educated at Marlborough and at 
Caius College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1868, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the 
Bar 30 April 1873 ; Counsel to Post Office 1877-87; M.P. for 
Lambeth (Brixton division) 1885-87 ; Metropolitan Police 
Magistrate at West Ham 1887-1901, at Greenwich and 
Woolwich 1901-1908, at Tower Bridge 1908-10, and at 
Lambeth 1910-14. 



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=Einily Char- 
lotte Edrica ; 
married at 
Cuckfield, CO 
Sussex, on 
Thursday, 17 
August 1876. 



Waiter Henry 
Wyndham Ray- 
mond Burrell, 
born 2 January 
1857; died, aged 
26, at West 
Grinstead Park 
on Friday, 20 
July 1883. 



Rev. William Robert Pearson Strange of= 
Bendarroch, Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon 
(eldest son of William James Stevenson 
of Wootton-under-Edge, co. Glou- 
cester) ; of Pembroke College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 October 1877, aged 
21 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 
1880; Curate of Ashbourne, co. 
Derby, 1887-89 ; Vicar of Stockland, 
CO. Somerset, 1889-95 ; Rector of 
Chalton with Clanfield and Idsworth, 
CO. Hants, 1895-1902, and of Holford, 



CO. Somerset, 1 904-11. 



=Edith Henrietta, marr. 5 
June 1888; died at Ben- 
darroch, West Hill, Ottery 
St. Mary, 8 October 191 1. 
Will dated 15 November 
1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1891, 191 1) 7 December 
191 1, by Ernest Burrell 
Baggallay, Sir Merrik 
Raymond Burrell, Baronet, 
nephews, and Henry 
Thomas Daniel. 



Robert Merrick Raymond 
Burrell, born 30 August 
1863 ; died unmarried at 
Nice, France, on Monday, 
^o January, bur. there on 
Saturday, 4 February 1905. 
Will, with codicil dated 11 
July 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 785, 1905) 15 June 
1905, by George Andrew 
Gunton and John Owen. 



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^JlLnkf^A. 



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JfeUotues^(g^orlJon of Btnorkspocf), to. 



Katharine Mary,^ 
eldest dau. of 
Captain Sir Wil- 
liam Abdy, R.N., 
6th Baronet, by 
Mary his wife, 
dau. of James 
Brebner Gordon 
of Moore Place, 
CO. Hertford ; 
bapt. 28 Decem- 
ber 1776; mart. 
at St. James', 
Westminster, 9 
November 1813 ; 
died at St. Ger- 
main - en - laye, 
France, 18 Octo- 
ber 1817. ist 
wife. 



=Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas (Edward) Fellowes, Knight, =»f=Mary Anne Cathe- 
C.B., of Stonehouse, co. Devon, youngest son of I rine, only child of 
William Fellowes, M.D., by Mary his wife, eldest dau. | Colonel Isaac Hum- 
of Peregrine Butler of Dungarvan, co. Waterford, and 1 phreys of the Bengal 
brother of Sir James Fellowes {see Vol. 16, page jp), 1 Artillery, and Mili- 



and the Rev. Henry Fellowes ( Vol. 18, page 86) ; born 

in the Island of Minorca 7 January 1778 ; Midshipman 

in the service of the Hon'''' East India Company ; entered 

the Navy as Master's Mate in 1797, Lieutenant 1807, 

Commander 1809, Captain 1811, Rear-Admiral 26 July 

1847 ; served at siege of Cadiz, for which service he 

accepted the Order of King Charles III. of Spain by 

licence dated 22 February 1822, and for services at the 

battle of Navarino was decorated with the orders of the 

Legion of Honour of France, St. Anne of Russia, and 

of the Redeemer of Greece; C.B. 4 June 1815, K.B. 

13 February 1828; D.C.L. (Oxford) 23 June 1830; 

Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 30 November 1841 ; 

Superintendent of Royal Naval Hospital and Victualling 

Yard, Plymouth, 6 February 1843 ; died, aged 75, at the 

Vicarage, Great Bedwyn, co. Wilts, 12 April 1853, bur. 

at Great Bedwyn. Will dated 6 August 1844, proved (P.C.C. 365, 

53) 26 May 1853, by Mary Anne Catherine Fellowes, the relict. /t\ 



tary Secretary to 
the Government ; 
born 1 2 August 
1799 ; died at West 
Hoe Terrace, Ply- 
mouth, on Wednes- 
day, 14 July 1858. 
Will dated 29 
March 1858, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 516, 
58) 13 August 1858, 
by Peregrine Henry 
Fellowes. 2nd wife. 



{For earlier Pedigree see "JVofes" to "Visitation 
of England and IVales," Vol. 12, page jj). 



{For issue see 
page go.) 

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Rear-Admiral William Abdy Fellowes-Gordon of Knockespoch,^ 
CO. Aberdeen; born 11 February 1815 ; entered the Navy 
as ist-class volunteer in March 1827 ; Commander 1850, 
Captain 1856, Rear-Admiral (retired); assumed by Royal 
Licence in 1876, the additional name and arms of Gordon; 
died, aged 63, at Malta on Thursday, 28 March 1878, bur. 
there. Confirmation of the Commissariot of Edinburgh dated 
29 May 1878, of David Carnegie, Thomas Abdy Fellowes, 
Alexander Robertson and David Gillespie. Sealed in London 
4 June 1878. 



=Hannah, only child and heir 
of Harry Gordon of Knockes- 
poch ; born 8 December 
1828; marr. at St. John's 
Episcopal Chapel, Edinburgh, 
on Tuesday, 16 June 1857 ; 
died at 17 Albyn Place, 
Aberdeen, on Thursday, 2 
September 1897, bur. at 
Clatt, CO. Aberdeen 



Harry Gordon Fellowes-Gordon of Knockes-= 
poch ; bom at 7 Atholl Crescent, Edinburgh, 
on Saturday, 16 October, bapt. at St. John's 
Episcopal Chapel, Edinburgh, 24 November 
1858 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 76th 
Foot 28 October 1876, Captain Gordon High- 
landers March 191 5 to May 1918, formerly of 
the 3rd Battalion (21 August 1895); served in 
South African War 1902 (medal); J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Aberdeen. 



.Millicent Amelia Charlotte, younger dau. of 
Fitzgerald Blood of Ballykilty, co. Clare, by 
Millicent Anne his wife, dau. of Francis Morice 
of Springfield, co. Clare ; born at Ballykilty 
18 September, bapt. at Quin, co. Clare, 2 
November 1862 ; marr. by special licence at 
St. Stephen's, Dublin, 15 November 1882. 

{See Pedigree of Blood, " Visitation of 
Ireland" Vol. 2, page iS.) 



Harry Abdy Fellowes-Gordon, bom at Wemj'ss Hall, Cupar.^Violet Seton, younger dau. of 



CO. Fife, on Monday, 10 December 1883 ; educated at 
Wellington College ; Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Leicester 
Regiment May 1917 ; served in European War 1917-19. 

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Charles Robert Paterson of Cran- 
ley, Prestwick ; marr. at St. John's, 
Princes Street, Edinburgh, on 
Thursday, 19 February 1914. 



Francis Alexander Sydenham Locke of Rowde Ford House,: 
CO. Wilts (2nd son of Wadhatn Locke of Rowde Ford House, 
M.P., by Anna Maria Selina his wife, only dau. of Francis 
Powell of Hurdcott House, co. Wilts); born 31 July 1804; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Wilts, High Sheriff 1859; Lord of the 
Manor of Rowde ; died, aged 80, at Rowde Ford House on 
Wednesday, 7 January 1885. /f^ 



■Katharine Harriett, born 20 
February 181 6; marr. at 
Bradford-on-Avon, co. Wilts, 
I December 1835 ' died at 
Rowde Ford House on 
Thursday, 30 January 1879. 



Annie Charlotte, 
born at 7 AthoU 
Crescent, Edin- 
burgh, on Satur- 
day, 7 April i860 ; 
died, aged 10, at 
Hotel d' Orient, 
Algiers, on Thurs- 



day, 
1870. 



March 



Lieut.- Colonel Frederick Temple Rowan Hamilton of= 
Culverlands, Farnham, co. Surrey (youngest son of 
Archibald Rowan Hamilton of Killyleagh Castle, co. Down, 
Captain 5th Dragoon Guards, by Catherine Ann his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. George Caldwell) ; born at Woolwich, co. 
Kent, on Wednesday, 17 July 1850 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 9th Foot 13 December 1868, Lieutenant 1871, 
Captain 1881, Major 1883, Lieut.- Colonel 5 September 
1890, retired 10 September following ; of the Reserve of 
Officers ; A.D.C. to Earl Spencer when Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland ; J. P. for co. Surrey 1913. 



'Blanche Mary, 
born at 7 AthoU 
Crescent, Edin- 
burgh, on Fri- 
day, 16 August 
1861 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, co. 
Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 26 
April 1883. 



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Arthur William Fellowes-= 
Gordon, born at 7 Atholl 
Crescent, Edinburgh, on 
Thursday, 10 November 
1864. 



=Mary Beatrice, elder dau. of John Green of 44 Prince's Gate, South 
Kensington, London ; born 13 July 1864 ; marr. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, South Kensington, London, on Saturday, 16 
July 1887 ; divorced in 1905, and marr. 2ndly 5 April 1906, Colonel 
Alexander Keith Wyllie, C.B. 



I>orothy, born at 22 Onslow Square, 
London, on Monday, 3 August 1891. 



Denys Rynd of= 
Kelsale Hall, 
Saxmundham, co. 
Suffolk, son of the 
Rev. James Wil- 
liam Rynd, Rector 
of Brasted, co. 
Kent. 



=Marjory, born Alastair Gordon, D. S.O. (son of= 
6 March 1885 ; Major Duncan Forbes Gordon of the 
marr. at the Gordon Highlanders) ; Naval Cadet 
parish church, 15 September 1901, Midshipman 30 
Brompton, October following. Sub -Lieutenant 
London, 14 30 December 1904, Lieutenant i April 

February 1911. 1907, Lieutenant- Commander 1912 ; 
served in European War 19 14, D.S.O. 
1918. 



=Gladys, bom at 
Knockespoch on 
Tuesday, 1 1 Oc- 
tober 1892 ; mar- 
ried at Inverness 
Cathedral in Sep- 
tember 19 1 6. 



Frederick Charles Fellowes-Gordon, bom 10 June 1897 ;=Sara Price, dau. of Price Collier 
educated at the Royal Naval College, Osborne ; Mid- of New York, U.S.A. ; marr. at 
shipman Jantlary 1914, Sub-Lieutenant February 1917, Washington, U.S.A., 30 December 
Lieutenant 1918 ; served in European War. 19 18. 



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Eliza Sophia, dau. of Captain= 
Frederick William Rooke, R.N., of 
Lackham House, co. Wilts ; born 25 
November 1818; marr. at Lacock, 
CO. Wilts {by the Rev. Frederick 
John Rooke), on Thursday, 1 2 
September 1844 ; died at Donning- 
ton Priory, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 
17 February 1874, bur. at the 
Catholic Chapel, \Voolhampton, co. 
Berks, ist wife. 



^Thomas Abdy Fellowes of Donning-= 
ton Priory, co. Berks ; bom 1 5 
October 181 7 ; died, aged 78, at 
Lettre Cottage, Killearn, co. Stirhng, 
on Wednesday, 14 August, bur. at 
Shaw, CO. Berks, on Monday, 19 
August 1895. Will dated 24 January 
189s, proved at Oxford 22 October 
1895, by William Wilbraham Ford, 
Ernest Wallace Rooke and William 
(lordon Fellowes, son. 



=Joanna Helen, 
youngest dau. of 
John Tod of 
Edinburgh; bom 
4 April 1832; 
marr. at Bromp- 
ton, CO. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 19 
July 1876. 2nd 
wife. 



Stuart Eaton Maskell= 
(2nd son of William 
Maskell of Bude 
Haven, co. Cornwall, 
by Agnes Maria his 
wife) ; bom at Broad- 
leaze, Devizes, co. 
Wilts, 14 May 1843. 



•Agnes Maria, born at Langley 
Lodge, CO. Wilts, on Friday, 
25 July 1845 ; marr. at St. 
John's Catholic Church, Bath 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Austin 
Rooke, O. P.), on Tuesday, 
9 June 1868. 



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Edith Emily, born at Langley Lodge 10 
November 1847, bapt. at Chippenham, 
CO. Wilts. 

Bertha Sophia, bom at Langley Lodge 
on Sunday, 7 October 1849, bapt. at 
Chippenham. 

Katharine Anne, born 6 January, and 
died 26 January 1851. 



William Gordon Fellowes of Donnington Priory, co. Berks,=j=Marion Augusta, younger dau. of 



and of 17 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, London; 
born at Langley Lodge 26 April 1852 ; educated at 
Marlborough and at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 
4 June 1870, B.A. 1874 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the 
Bar 26 January 1876. 



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Edward Abdy Fellowes, M.C., born at 68 
Drayton Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Sunday, 23 June 1895, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington; educated 
at The Wick, Hove, at Marlborough, and 
at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated in 
1914; Captain 8th Battalion (Queen's) Royal 
West Surrey Regiment ; served in European 
War 1914 (M.C. 1917). 



Edward Hamilton, M. D., by Emily 
his wife, dau. of John Wansey ; 
bom at 22 Grafton Street, Bond 
Street, London, on Friday, 25 
November 1859; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 23 March 1893. 



Basil Hamilton Abdy Fellowes, bom at 

Speen Vicarage, co. Berks, on Wednesday, 
II August 1897, bapt. at Speen : educated 
at The Wick, Hove, and at Marlborough ; 
2nd Lieutenant 3rd Royal Berkshire 
Regiment, attached to sth Battalion ; 
served in European War, and died of 
wounds received in action 22 March 
19 1 7, bur. at Avesnes le Comte, near 
Arras, France. 



Mary Frances, born 
26 March 1854 ; bapt. 
at Chippenham, co. 
Wilts ; died 5 Octo- 
ber 185S, bur. at 
Weston - super- Mare, 
CO. Somerset. 



Hubert Abdy Fellowes of=f-Edith, dau. of William Reed of Fullands, 
Donnington Square, New- | Taunton, co. Somerset ; bom 5 May 
bury, CO. Berks; born 4 July \ 1861 ; marr. in India 18 November 1885. 
1855, bapt. privately. 



Katharine Mary Abdy, born at The 
Vicarage, Buckfastleigh, co. Devon, on 
Saturday, 18 November 1893. 

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Katherine Mary, eldest dau.=f=Rear - Admiral Sir=^Mary Anne Catherine, 



of Captain Sir William Abdy, 
6th Baronet, ist wife. 



Thomas Fellowes 
of Stonehouse, co. 
Devon, Knt. 



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(For issue see page 8y.) 



only child of Colonel 
Isaac Humphreys, and 
wife. 



Rev. James Bliss (2nd son of John Bliss of Hampstead,=j= 
CO. Middlesex) ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 June 1826, aged 17, B.A. (istclass Lit. Hum.) 
1830, M.A. 1833 ; Vicar of Ogbourne St. Andrew's, 
CO. Wilts, 1847-58, of St. James', Plymouth, co. Devon, 
1858-72, and Rector of Manningford Bruce, co. Wilts, 
1880-92 ; died, aged 86, at 12 Longton Grove, Syden- 
ham, CO. Kent, on Thursday, 8 November 1894. Will 
dated 3 August 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1158, 94) 22 
December 1894, by Mary Bliss, the relict, and Richard 
Albert Rundle. A 



Mary, born i June 1820; marr. 
at Bradford, co. Wilts, on Tuesday, 
4 December 1838 ; died on the eve 
of her 79th birthday on Wednesday, 
31 May 1899, ti'J''- ^' Manningford 
Bruce, co. Wilts. Will dated 2 July 
1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 699, 99) 
23 June 1899, by Catharine Arabella 
Bliss, spinster, daughter, and Richard 
Alfred Rundle, son-in-law. 



General Peregrine Henry Fellowes of Harwood,= 
Bournemouth, co. Hants; born 18 July 1821 ; 
entered the Royal Marines 13 March 1838 ; 
Lieutenant 12 February 1842, Captain 1851, 
Lieut.- Colonel 1862, Colonel 1867, Colonel 
Commandant 1875, Major-General 1877, Lieut.- 
General 1879, General i February 1886; died, aged 
70, at Walcot, Bath, co. Somerset, on Sunday, 22 
November 1891. Will dated 24 May 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 22, 92) 14 January 1892, by Caroline 
Elizabeth Fellowes, the relict. 



■Caroline Elizabeth, only dau. of Major- 
General Thomas John Forbes, R. A. ; 
born 29 May 18 19; marr. at Walcot 
Church, Bath, on Thursday, 3 December 
1846 ; died, aged 85, at 43 Southgate 
Street, Winchester, co. Hants, on 
Thursday, i December 1903. Will dated 
17 March 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 174, 
1904) I February 1904, by Colonel Sir 
George Sydenham Clarke, K.C.M.G., 
son-in-law. 



George Sydenham, Baron Sydenham of Combe, G.C.S.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.LE.= 
(son of the Rev. Walter John Clarke of Knoyle House, Folkestone, co. Kent, 
Vicar of Swinderby, co. Lincoln); born on Tuesday, 4 July 1848; educated 
at Wimbledon and at Haileybury ; entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers 15 July 1868, Colonel (by brevet) i April 1898, retired 3 October 
1891 ; served in Soudan Expedition 1885, with Intelligence Department, and 
as Assistant Political Officer, reconnaisance towards and action at Hasheen, 
attack on convoy 26 March, affairs at Tamai and Thackhool (mentioned in 
despatches " London Gazette " 25 August 1885, medal with clasp) ; D.A.A. 
and Q.M.G. Egypt 1885 ; Superintendent Royal Carriage Factory, Woolwich, 
1894-1901 ; Secretary Colonial Defence Committee 1885-92, and to 
the Royal Commission on Navy and Army Administration ; Member on 
Committee on War Office Reorganisation 1900-1901 ; Governor of Victoria, 
Australia, 1901-1904, and of Bombay 1907-13 ; C. M.G. 2 May 1887, 
K.C.M.G. 2 January 1903, G.C.M.G. 4 December 1905, G.C.I. E. 18 October 
1907, and G.C.S.L 12 December 1911 ; F.R.S. ; Knight of Justice of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; created Baron Sydenham of 
Combe, of Dulverton, co. Somerset, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 
12 February 1913. He married 2ndly 4 November 1910, Phyllis Angelina 
Rosamond, youngest daughter of George Morant of Farnborough, co. Hants, 
and widow of Arthur Reynolds, Captain East Surrey Regiment. 



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Caroline Emily 
(Lady of Grace 
of St. John of 
Jerusalem in 
England) ; born 
at Chatham, co. 
Kent, on Tues- 
day,4Aprili848; 
marr. at Alver- 
stoke, CO. Hants 
(by the Rev. 
Walter John 
Clarke), i June 
1871 ; died 9 
December 1908. 



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Lieut. -Colonel Mottram Andrews, entered the Army as Ensign 28th Foot=Julia Barbara, born 
9 April 1825, Lieutenant 1828, Captain 1843, Major 1854, Lieut.-Colonel i July 1822; marr. 
(retired) 9 October 1855 ; served in the Crimea February to 19 October at Tamerton Koliott, 
1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with clasp and co. Devon, 4 Sep- 
Turkish medal) ; died 23 July 1895. tember 1849. 



Eliza Jose- Peregrine Henry Thomas Fellowes, born= 

phine, born 7 November 1851; entered the Army 

I September as Lieutenant 31st (The Huntingdon- 

1850; died at shire) Foot 8 June 1872, Captain 

Wilton House, (retired) East Surrey Regiment i August 

Bournemonth, 1882; Chief Constable of Hampshire; 

CO. Hants, on died, aged 42, from the result of an 

Wednesday, 25 accident, at West Hill, Winchester, 

August 1880. CO. Hants, on Thursday, 30 November 

1893. Will dated i April 1892, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 1075, 93) 22 December 

1893, I'y Madeline Lorna Georgina 

Fellowes, the relict. 



Madeline Lorna 
Georgina, of Hurst- 
bourne Priors, Whit- 
church, CO. Hants ; 
4th surviving dau. 
of George Morant 
of Lyndhurst, co. 
Hants; born 5 June 
1850 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, on 
Tuesday, 20 May 
1879. 



Constance Rose, 
born I Novem- 
ber 1854; died, 
aged 20, at 2 
Clarence Ter- 
race, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on 
Thursday, 22 
April 1875. 



Hamilton Russell= 
Stephenson, born 
19 June 1880 ; 
2nd Lieutenant 
Rifle Brigade 5 
May 1 900, Lieu- 
tenant 1 8 March 
1 901 (retired) ; 
served in South 
African War 1901 
-1902. A 



=Isie Madeline, Fuhvar Cecil Ashton Coventry= 
born at 9 Med- (only son of the Rev. Henry 
way Villas, New William Coventry, Rector of 
Brompton, co. Severn Stoke and Hon. Canon 
Kent, on Sun- of Worcester, by Leila 
day, 4 July Louisa his wife, 2nd dau. of 
1880 ; marr. 14 G. C. Colquitt-Craven of Brock- 
March 19 10. hampton Park, co. Gloucester) ; 
born 14 June 1874. 



=Lorna Mary, born 
5 September 1881 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
K n i g h tsbridge, 
London (by the 
Rev. Canon Henry 
William Coventry), 
on Wednesday, 7 
February 19 17. 



Peregrine Morant Fellowes, 
bom at Gibraltar on Mon- 
day, 6 November 1882 ; 
died there, aged 13 days, 
on Sunday, 19 November 
1882. 



Peregrine Forbes Morant Fellowes, born at Melbourne, Australia, 
on Sunday, 23 December 1883; Naval Cadet 15 May 1900, 
Midshipman 30 June following. Sub- Lieutenant 30 August 1903, 
Lieutenant 30 August 1904, Squadron- Commander Royal Naval 
Air Service in European War. 



Henry Shirley= 
Morant Fellowes, 
born 1 1 May 
1885. 



'Georgina Maria 
Hulton Wrighton, 
marr. 22 June 
1911. 



Phyllis Isobel, born 17 March 18S7 ; lerne Madeline 

marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, Rose, born 8 

London, on Wednesday, 25 January March 1891. 
1911, George Cyril Colmore. 



Peregrine Edward Lancelot 
Fellowes, born i July 191 2. 



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Vice-Admiral Charles Fellowes,= 
C.B.; born 19 October 1823; 
entered the Royal Navy 14 May 
1836, Lieutenant 1846, Captain 
26 February 1858, Captain 
Superintendent Chatham Dock- 
yard 1874-76, Rear-Adniiral 18 
June 1876, Admiral-Superinten- 
dent Chatham Dockyard 1876 
-79, Vice-Admiral 31 December 
1880, commanded Channel 
Squadron 3 July 1885 till death ; 
C.B. 20 May 1871 ; died on 
H.M.S. "Minotaur "at Gibraltar 
on Monday, 8 March 1886, bur. 
in Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh. 
Confirmation of the Commis- 
sariot of Edinburgh dated 2 
June 1886 of Louisa Garden 
Tod, or Fellovves, relict. Sealed 
in London 26 June 1886. 



=Louisa Garden, 5th dau. of 
John Tod of Ainslie Place, 
Edinburgh, by Helen his 
wife, dau. of Alexander Duff 
of Hatton ; born at Edin- 
burgh 24 February 1828 ; 
marr. at St. Thomas' 
Chapel, Edinburgh, on 
Wednesday, 29 June 1859 ; 
died, aged 81, at i Belgrave 
Crescent, Edinburgh, on 
Thursday, i October 1908, 
bur. in Dean Cemetery, 
Edinburgh. Confirmation 
of the Commissariot of 
Edinburgh dated 25 Jan- 
uary 1909 of the Rev. John 
Charles Fellowes. Sealed 
in London 5 February 1909. 



William Gill= 
(2nd son of 
Thomas Gill 
of Buckland 
Abbey, co. 
Devon,M.P.); 
died at Tot- 
nes,co.Devon, 
24 May 1858. 
Adirion was 
granted at 
E.xeter 3 July 
1858, to 
James Gill, 
brother. 



=Georgina Char- 
lotte, born 16 
May 1 82 5; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, co. 
Devon, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 Octo- 
ber 1846 ; died, 
aged 32, at 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, on 
Saturday, 1 2 
December 1857. 



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Rev. John Charles Fellowes, born at i Clarendon Terrace,= 
Edinburgh, 12 May, bapt. at St. Thomas', Edinburgh, 26 June 
i860; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1878, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1888; Vicar of St. James', Stockton- 
on-Tees, CO. Durham, 1890-1903, Rector of Haughton-le-Skerne, 
CO. Durham, 1903. 




Helen Louisa Fellowes, born at 
St. James' Vicarage, Stockton- 
on-Tees, on Friday, 17 April, 
bapt. at St. James', Stockton- 
on-Tees, 18 May 1903. 



Janet Helen Fellowes, born at 
The Rectory, Haughton - le - 
Skerne, on Thursday, 1 1 
August, bapt. at Haughton-le- 
Skerne 22 September 1904. 



^Helen Hamilton, 3rd dau. 
of Walter Cook Spens, 
LL.D., Advocate, Sheriff 
Substitute of co. Lanark, 
by Helen his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Gillespie, 
Writer to the Signet ; born 
6 May 1877 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's Episcopal Church, 
Glasgow, on Tuesday, 15 
April 1902. 



Charles Fellowes, born at 
the Rectory, Haughton-le- 
Skerne, on Sunday, 15 
August, bapt. at Haughton- 
le-Skerne 22 September 
1909. 



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Marianna,only surviving^ 
dau. of Richard Hanks 
of Kington, CO. Here- 
ford ; bom 5 January 
1829 ; marr. at Kington 
on Thursday, 9 August 
1866; died at Hazaree- 
bagh, Bengal, on Thurs- 
day, 25 November 1869. 
I St wife. 



=Colonel Cooper Mackinnon Navarino FeIIowes,=j=Louisa Constance, 



born 27 February 1827 ; entered the Army as 
Ensign 107th (Bengal Infantry) Regiment 12 
January 1845, Lieutenant 1848, Captain 1858, 
Major 1870, Lieut. - Colonel 1871, Colonel 
(retired) 11 March 1874; died, aged 80, at The 
Croft, South Milton, Kingsbridge, co. Devon, 
on Tuesday, 3 July 1906, bur. at South 
Milton. Will dated 9 January 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1199, 1906) 19 September 1906, by wife. 
Louisa Constance Fellowes, relict. 



only dau. of John 
Bulwer Godfrey of 
Thurlestone, co. 
Devon ; born 1 1 
April 1848 ; marr. 
at Thurlestone on 
Thursday, 8 De- 
cember 1870. 2nd 



Navarino Richard 
Fellowes, born at 
Pleasant View, 
Fleetwood Park, 
Ruston, CO. Lan- 
caster, on Wednes- 
day, 18 December 
1867 ; died 14 
June 1869. 



Rev. Reginald Gordon Willes Smeaton=f=Gwendoline, born at The 



(2nd son of the Rev. James Burn 
Smeaton, Vicar of Hannington, co. 
Wilts) ; born at the Vicarage, Hanning- 
ton, on .Sunday, 24 July 1864, bapt. 
at Hannington; non-Collegiate of Oxford, 
matriculated 14 October 1882, migrated 
to Hertford College, B.A. 1888 ; Vicar 
of Shiplake, co. Oxford, 1904- 1909, of 
W'ellingborough, co. Northampton, 1909. 



Croft, South Milton, on 
Tuesday, 17 October 187 1, 
bapt. at South Milton ; 
marr. there 20 July 1897 ; 
died at Davos Platz, 
Switzerland, on Saturday, 
24 August 1907, bur. at 
Davos Dorf. 



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Louisa Lucy, Navarino Bulwer Fellowes, bom at The Croft, Muriel Bulwer, OHve Bulwer, 

born 10 De- South Milton, on Monday, i June 1874; bom at The born at The 

camber 1872, bapt. at South Milton; enlisted in the 2nd Croft, South Croft, South 

bapt. at South Life Guards, appointed 2nd Lieutenant West Milton, on Milton, onSun- 

Milton. India Regiment 18 August 1900 ; served Wednesday, 7 day, 9 Feb- 

in the South African War 1 899 -1900 ; killed July 1875, ruary 1879, 

in action at Roodepoort on Sunday, 17 bapt. at South bapt. at South 

November 1901. Milton. Milton. 



Thomas Garden Fellowes, born at 
42 Castle Street, Edinburgh, on 
Thursday, 5 December 1861 ; 
Midshipman Royal Navy 22 March 
1877, Sub-Lieutenant 23 March 
1881, Lieutenant 31 December 
1883; died, aged 23, at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on Saturday, 
10 October 1885, bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. 



Charles Henry Fellowes, 
bom at I Clarendon 
Crescent, Edinburgh, on 
Tuesday, 29 May 1866; 
died there, aged 8 J months, 
on Tuesday, 19 February 
1867, bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. 



Charles Louis Fellowes, born 
at 10 Albyn Place, Edinburgh, 
on Saturday, 4 April 186S ; 
Writer to the Signet ; died, 
aged 24, at i Belgrave Crescent, 
Edinburgh, on Monday, 16 
January 1893, bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. 



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Rev. George Rundle Prynne, born at West Looe, co. Cornwall; of=j=Emily, born 3 Oc- 



Catharine College, Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1861, admitted (comitaiis 
cai/sd) Oxford 30 May 1861 ; Vicar of Par, co. Cornwall, 1846-47, and of 
St. Peter's, Plymouth, co. Devon, 1848 till death ; author of " Eucharistic 
Manuel (15 editions), "The Eucharistic Sacrifice," the hymn " Jesu, Meek 
and Gentle," and "A Hymnal suited for the Services of the Church, together 
with a Selection of Introits," 1857 ; died, aged 84, at St. Peter's Vicara,t;e, 
Plymouth, on Wednesday, 25 March 1903. Will dated 22 April 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 506, 1903) 18 April 1903, by Howard Fellowes Prynne 
and George Halford Fellowes Prynne, sons. zK 



tober 1828; marr. 
at Plymouth 1 7 
April 1849; died, 
aged 72, at St. 
Peter's Vicarage, 
Plymouth, on 
Saturday, 9 March 
1901. 



Rev. William Collings Lukis, of Trinity College, = 
Cambridge, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843, admitted (ad 
eutidem) Oxford, 22 June 1854; Vicar of Great 
Bedwyn, co. Wilts, 1850-55, Rector of Colling- 
bourne Ducis, co. Wilts, 1855-62, and of Wath, 
CO. York, 1862, Domestic Chaplain to the Marquess 
of Ailesbury; died, aged 75, at the Rectory, Wath, 
on Wednesday, 7 December 1892. 



=Lucy Adelaide, born Augusta Frederica, 

21 February 1831 ; born 21 September 

marr. at Tamerton, 1832 ; died at 

CO. Devon, 30 April Leigh House, co. 

1 851; died at Lewis- Wilts, 9 December 

ham, CO. Kent, on 1835. 
Wednesday, 5 Sep- 
tember 1894. 



Colonel Stannus Verner Gordon,=Alice Gerrard, 
D.S.O. ; born 29 August 1846; bom 7 August 
entered the Army as Ensign 36th 1854; marr. 29 
Regiment of Foot 9 August 1864, August 1872. 
Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps i 
August 1868, Colonel (retired) 
1 1 August 1902 ; served in Afghan 
War 187S-80, in the march from 
Kabul to the relief of Khandahar, 
and the battle of i September 
(mentioned in despatches, 
" London Gazette," 4 May and 
3 December 1880, medal with 
three clasps, bronze star, brevet of 
Major) ; in Miranzai (ist) Expedi- 
tion 1891, operations in Chitral 
1895, with relief force (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette," 
15 November 1895, medal with 
clasp, D.S.O. 21 January 1896). 



October 1857 ; 
marr. 15 July 
1885. 



Surgeon-Major Robert=Marguerite Ger- 
Hampden Clement, rard, born 6 
born 31 October 
i860; entered the 
Royal Army Medical 
Service as Surgeon- 
Captain 2 August 
1884, Surgeon-Major 

2 August 1896, retired 

3 August 1 904 ; served 
in Soudan Expedition 
1884-85 ; in South 
African War 1900, at 
operations in the 
Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, 
and in Orange River 
Colony May to July 
1900 (Queen's medal 
with two clasps). 



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Isabella Harriet, = 
dau. of Colonel 
John Grant Ger- 
rard, ist Bombay 
Fusiliers ; born 8 
September 1835 ; 
marr. 6 October 
1853; died 6 
October 1866. 
I St wife. 



:Lieut.-Colonel Halford Fellowes, born at Leigh= 
House, CO. Wilts, 24 October 1833 ; entered the 
Indian Army 11 January 1851, Lieutenant 1856, 
Captain Bengal Staff Corps 1863, Major 187 1, 
Lieut. -Colonel 11 January 1877, Commandant 
32nd Pioneers; served as Adjutant 31st Bengal 
Native Infantry during the Sonthal Campaign of 
1855-56, also throughout the Mutiny of 1857-59, 
including the defence of Sangor and operations in 
Central India ; present with the force under 
Brigadier F. Wheler in the actions of Jalimpore, 
Dowlutpore, and Fort of Putna, and pursuit of 
Tantia Topee (medal with clasp) ; served as 
Brigade - Major to the Bengal Brigade of the 
Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 1868 (men- 
tioned in despatches, medal) ; died, aged 45, at 
Kala Chupri, while on march from Kandahar, 
on Wednesday, 9 April 1879. Will dated 24 July 
1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 535, 79) 18 June 1879, 
by Mabel Fellowes, relict. 



'Mabel, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. Henry Le 
Mesurier of Bedford ; 
born 14 February 1849 ; 
marr. at Meerut, India, 
on Saturday, 8 March 
1873 ; died, aged 36, at 
Bedford, on Saturday, 
15 August 1885. Will 
dated 8 March 1881, 
re-executed 22 March 
1883, with codicil dated 
23 May 1885, proved 
at Northampton 21 De- 
cember 1885, by Mary 
Le Mesurier, spinster, 
sister. 2nd wife. 



Abdy Gerrard Fellowes, born 8 June 1862 ; Captain in the Forces of H.H.=pDora Louisa, 



the Nizam of Hyderabad ; died, aged 40, at Warrington Lodge, Maida Vale, 
London, on Wednesday, 4 July 1900. Adfrion (with will dated 20 June 1900) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 1504, 1900) 8 November 1900, to William Gordon 
Fellowes, Barrister-at-Law, the attorney of Dora Louisa Fellowes, the relict. 



dau. of John 
Rudolf White; 
born 30 March 
1856. 



Edith Marie Gerrard, bom 
I April 1891 : died 19 
November following. 



Adby Halford Gerrard 
Fellowes, born 1 2 
October 1893. 



Consuelo Gerrard, 
born 5 July 1896. 



Walter Sandys Sulivan of Kibberi, Betta=Marie Gerrard=Eardley Norton (eldest son of 



Coorg, India (3rd surviving son of Colonel 
George Augustus Filmer Sulivan of the 5th 
Lancers) ; marr. at St. Barnabas', Kensing- 
ton, London, on Tuesday, 10 August 1886; 
marriage dissolved, ist husband. 



Bunbury, born John Bruce Norton, Advocate- 

9 April 1864. General of Madras) ; marr. at St. 

Andrew's, the Kirk, Madras, 

India, on Tuesday, 2 March 

1897. 2nd husband. 



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Octavia, born 9 Decem- 
ber 1834 ; died in 
January 1835. 



A daughter born at 
Leigh House, co. Wilts, 
17 December 1835. 



Major-General Charles Harry Wilson (2nd= 
son of Lieut.-General Francis Whish Wilson, 
C.B.); entered the Army 13 June 1846, 
Lieut.-Colonel Madras Staff Corps 1872, 
Colonel 1877, Major-General (retired) 29 
December 1881 ; served at Ungool Boad 
and Gumsoor 1848 ; died 30 April 1890. 



=Francesca Henrietta, 
born 13 December 
1836; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Plymouth, co. 
Devon, onWedneday, 
2 January 1856. 



Alice Harriette, younger= 
dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 
David Butler Young, 
Bombay Staff Corps ; 
born 12 March 1874 ; 
marr. 4 March 1905 ; 
died at Tientsin, China, 
on Friday 3 August 
1906. I St wife. 



=Major Halford Le Mesurier Fellowes, born at Jhelum,=f=Margaret Mary, 
India, 17 August 1874; entered the Army as 2nd dau. of John 
Lieutenant 31 January 1894, 2nd Lieutenant Indian Vicary of New- 
Staff Corps 1895, Lieutenant Indian Army 1896, ton Abbot, co. 
Captain 1903, Major 31 January 191 2, retired Devon; marr. 14 
I March 1915 ; served in the Expedition to October 191 1. 
Dongola 1896 (Egyptian medal, medal); in North- 2nd wife. 
West Frontier of India 1897-98, at rehef of 
Chakdarra, Malakand, and action at Landakai, 
operations in Bajaur, and in the Mamund country, 
Utman Khel (medal with two clasps). 



Halford David Fellowfes, 
born at Tientsin on 
Thursday, 2 August 1906. 



Angela Mary, bom 
5 August 1912. 



A son born 
in 1917. 



Peregrine Fellowes, bom 28 October 
187s, died at Jhelum on Sunday, 
14 November following. 



Peregrine Paul Fellowes,^ 
bom 17 February 1877. 



^Florence Lundi, dau. of 
Donald Strachan ; born 
1 January 1881 ; marr. 24 
August 1905. 



Peregrine Strachan Fellowes, born 
13 October 1906 ; died 10 February 
following. 




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AYLESFORD. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms, — Argent a chevron between 
three griffins passant sable. 

Crest. — A griffin passant sable. 

Supporters. — Dexter, a griffin sable ducally gorged or ; Sinister, a lion or 
ducally gorged azure. 

Motto. — Aperto vivere voto. 



aylesforii. 



Heneage Finch, Earl of Aylesford and Baron of Guernsey in= 
the Peerage of Great Britain (2nd surviving son of Heneage, 
4th Earl of Aylesford, by Lady Louisa his wife, eldest dau. of 
Thomas, ist Marquess of Bath) ; born 24 April, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 25 May 1786; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 April 1804, B.A. 19 March 1807; M.P. for 
Weobley 6 May 1807 to 29 September 1S12 ; Cornet gth (Light) 
Dragoons 22 August 181 1, Lieutenant 20 May 1812; Lieut.- 
Colonel Commandant Warwickshire Yeomanry 23 May 1814 to 
6 March 1848; Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard; Lord 
Steward of the Household to Queen Victoria ; D.L. for co. 
Warwick 11 July 1822, Vice-Lieutenant same county 30 June 
1828; a Trustee of Rugby School; F".S.A. ; succeeded his 
father as 5th Earl 21 October 181 2 ; died, aged 72, at Packington 
Hall, CO. Warwick, 3 January 1859. Will dated 9 April 1847, 
with codicil dated 24 June 1850, proved (Prin. Reg., 5i, 59) 
II February 1859, by Heneage, Earl of Aylesford, son. 



=Augusta Sophia (Greville), 4th 
dau. of George, 2nd Earl of 
Warwick, by Henrietta his 2nd 
wife, eldest dau. and coheir 
of Richard Vernon of Hilton, 
CO. Stafford ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 23 April 1821 ; died 
at Packington Hall 2 March 
1845. .-\dtiion was granted 
(I'.C.C.) in August 1845. 

(See Pedif^ree of Warzvick, 
"Notes" to ''Visitation 
of Euf^land and Wales," 
Vol. IT, pa,^e isp.) 



William Walter (Legge), Earl of Dartmouth, born at= 
S.indwell Park 12 August 1823 ; educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1841, 
B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847 ; Captain ist Staffordshire Militia 
10 June J843 to June 1854, Captain Patshull Rifle 
Volunteers i August i860 to 31 March 1880; Hon. 
Colonel ist (Volunteer) Battalion South Staffordshire 
Regiment; M.P. for South Staffordshire 19 February 
1849 to 22 November 1853 ; D.L. for co. Stafford, Lord- 
Lieulenant same county 21 March 1887 ; succeeded 
his father as 5th Earl 22 November 1853 ; died, 
aged 67, at 40 Grosvenor Square, London, 4 August 
1891, bur. at Patshull. Will dated 17 June 1885, 
with two codicils dated 7 July 1886 and 17 Sep- 
tember 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 924, 91) 7 
September 1891, by William Heneage, Earl of 
Dartmouth, son. 



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=Augusta, born 18 Feb- 
ruary 1822 ; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 
9 June 1846 ; died, 
aged 78, from the result 
of a fall, at Woodsome 
Hall, CO. York, i De- 
cember, bur. at Patshull 
4 December 1900. Will 
dated 2 July 1896, 
pro ved ( Pri n . Reg. , 1 5 7 , 
1 901) 5 February 1901, 
by William Heneage, 
Earl of Dartmouth, 
and Lieut.-Colonel the 
Hon'''^ Henry Charles 
Legge, sons. 



Sarah, died 
unmarried, 
aged 26, in 
Tilney Street, 
I'ark Lane, 
London, 24 
April 1850. 



Heneage Finch, Earl of= 
Aylesford, born at Packing 
ton Hall 24 December 1824 ; 
Major Warwickshire Yeo- 
manry 23 March 1848 ; M.P. 
for .South Warwickshire 7 
June 1 849 to 2 1 March 1857 ; 
D.L. for CO. Warwick 3 Sep- 
tember 1852 ; succeeded his 
father as 6th Earl 3 January 
1859; died, aged 46, at 48 
Grosvenor Street, London, 
10 January 1871, bur. at 
Offchurch, co. Warwick. 
^^'ill dated 22 June 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 148, 71) 
31 March 1871, by the 
Hon''''" Daniel Greville Finch, 
brother, and William Walter, 
Earl of Dartmouth. 



=Jane Wigluwick, only child 
of John Wightwick Knight- 
ley of Offchurch Bury ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
7 May 1846 ; died at The 
Cottage, Offchurch, on 
Saturday, 21 October, bur. 
at Offchurch 25 October 
191 1. Memorial service at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, same day. \Vill 
dated 19 October 1906, with 
three codicils dated 31 July 
1907 to 12 April 191 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 169, 12) 
17 February 19 12, by 
Charles James Murray and 
Frederick William Fane. 



Lieut.-Colonel Daniel GrevilleFinch, 
born 26 .April 1827 ; Ensign 24th 
l''oot 2 May 1845, Lieutenant 1846, 
Captain 1853, Major (by brevet) 
1855, Major 1857, retired as Lieut.- 
Colonel 8 July 1S62; served 
throughout Crimean War with 68th 
Regiment ; at battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, and at siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (medal with three clasps, 
brevet of Major, sth-class Medjiclie 
and Turkish medal) ; died un- 
married, aged 54, at 19 Bury Street, 
St. James', V\'estmiiister, on AVed- 
nesday, 22 February 1882. Adiiion 
granted at the Principal Registry 
3 April 1882, to Augusta, Countess 
of Dartmouth, sister. 



Heneage Finch. Earl of Aylesford, born in Upper^Edith, 3rd dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 



Brook Street, Park Lane, London, 21 February 1849 
educated at F,ton ; Captain \Var\vickshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 9 July 1869 to September 1877 ; D.L. for 
CO. Warwick 27 January 1870; Officer of the Greek 
Order of the Saviour ; succeeded his father as 7th 
Earl 10 January 187 1; died, aged 35, at Big 
Springs, Howard County, Texas, North America, 
13 January 1885, bur. in the church at Packington, 
CO. Warwick. Will dated 2 September 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 767, 85) i September 1885, by the Hon"' 
Daniel Harry Finch, brother. 



Thomas Peers Williams of Temple 
House, CO. Berks, M.P., by Emily his 
wife, youngest dau. of Anthony Bacon 
of Elcott, CO. Berks ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 8 January 
187 1 ; died at 51 Welbeck Street, 
Cavendish Square, London, 23 June, bur. 
at Bisham, co. Berks, 28 June 1897. 
Adiiion granted (Prin. Reg.) 3 August 
1897, to Andrew Alfred Collyer Bristow. 



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Lieut.- Colonel Sir ^L-llcolm Donald Murray, K.C.V.O., C.B., of Belvedere Fort, =j=Hilda Joanna 

Sunningdale co. Berks, and of 2 Ovingcon Gardens, Kensington, London {4th Gwendolen, 

son of Brigadier-General Alexander Henry Murray, R.A. [grandson of George, born 25 July 

5th Earl of Dunmore], by Martha Frances Vincent his wife, dau. of Thomas E. 1872 ; marr. 

Davenport of Ballynacourty House, co. Limerick); born 9 July 1867; 2nd i2Aprili898. 

Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 29 February 1888, Lieutenant i88g. Captain 

1895, Major 1903 ; Lieut.-Colonel (by brevet) 15 March 1916; served in Hazara 

Expedition i8S8 (mentioned in despatches) and in South African War 1899-1900 

(Queen's medal with two clasps) ; FZquerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught 

1904-1907 ; Comptroller to the Household 1906; M.V.O. (4th-class) 15 June 

1905, C.V.O. 25 June 1909, K.C.V.O. 1916; C.B. 10 June 191 1 ; an Esquire 

of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; Knight of the 

.Sword of Sweden, St. Anne of Russia, and other orders ; A.D.C. to General 

Officer Commanding Troops, Malta, 8 February 1902 to 23 April 1903, to 

General Officer Commandini^ F'orces, Ireland, and 3rd Army Corps 19 September 

1903 to 30 April 1904, and to Inspector-General of the Forces 17 May 1904 to 

1906; Staff Officer during European War 1914-16. ,\ 



Philip Samuel Danby of Offchurch, co. Warwick= 
(2nd son of the Rev. Samuel Danby, Vicar 
of Weston-by-Welland, co. Northampton) ; 
educated at Radley ; marr. at Offchurch (by 
the Bishop of Lichfield, assisted by his 
brother, the Rev. Clement Edward Danby) 
on Tuesday, 10 September 1901 ; died, 
aged 55, at Offchurch, on Wednesday, 22 
December, bur. there on Friday, 24 December 
1909. I St husband. 



Alexandra Louisi 
Minna, born 9 
July 1875, bapt. 
at the Chapel 
Royal, St. James' 
(H.M. Queen 
Alexandra stood 
sponsor). 



;e=]=Robert William Emmet of 
Fairby, Longfield, co. Kent 
(2nd son of George Nelson 
Emmet of Kensington, 
London) ; educated at 
Marlborough ; marr. at 
Aberdovey, co. Merioneth, 
on ..Wednesday, 19 April 
191 1 ; admitted a Solicitor 
August 1895. 2nd husband. 



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Hon'"'' Cleorgiana Agnes (Bagot),= 
eldest dau. of William, 3rd Baron 
Bagot, by the Hoii'''= Lucia Caro- 
line Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
George James Welbore (Agar- 
Ellis), I St Baron Dover; born at 
Dover House, Piccadilly, London, 
on Saturday, 22 May 1852 ; marr. 
at Blithfield, co. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 4 February 1873; died, 
aged 21, on Tuesday, 12 April 
1874. ist wife. 

(See Pedigree of Bagot, Vol. 18, 
page loS.) 



=Charles Wightwick Finch, Earl of= 
Aylesfordand Baron of Guernsey; 
born at 15 Curzon Street, Mayfair, 
London, on Saturday, 7 June 
1851 ; educated at Eton; Hon. 
Colonel 4th (Reserve) Battalion 
South Staffordshire Regiment 4 
February 1899, formerly Major 
3rd Battalion, Captain (Hon. 
Major 1892) Warwickshire Yeo- 
manry Cavalry 1886 -1896 ; J. P. 
for the counties of Warwick and 
Kent, D.L. for the former county ; 
succeeded his brother as 8th Earl 
13 January 1885. 



=Ella Victoria, youngest 
dau. of John Ross of 
Benena Abbots, co. 
Cork; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 
i6 April 1879. She mar- 
ried istly at St. Peter's, 
Dublin, 2 October 1869, 
James Wingfield Linton 
of Hemingford, co. Hun- 
tingdon, Captain 24th 
Foot, who died 13 July 
1875. 2nd wife. 



St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex 
(by the Rev. 



Wednesday, 
14 December 
1904. 



^L^jor Eustace Crawley (3rd son of=Violet Ella, 
George Baden Crawley, by Eliza Inez born in 1880; 
his wife, eldest dau. of Henry G. married at 
Hulbert of East Farleigh, co. Kent) ; 
born on Sunday, 19 April 1868; 
2nd Lieutenant 12th Lancers 7 
August 1889, Lieutenant 1891, 
Captain 1897, Major (by brevet 29 Arthur Stafford 
November 1900) 29 July 1905; Crawley), on 
extra A.D.C. to Lieut. -General and 
Governor-General of Ireland 19 Feb- 
ruary 1894 to 8 July 1895, special 
extra regimental employ 1 1 March 
to 27 December 1899; employed in 
Nigeria 28 December 1899 to 4 February 1900; 
on Special Service, South Africa, 17 March to 15 
April 1900; D.A.A.G., South Africa, 16 April to 
10 July 1900; Brigade - Major, South Africa, 11 
July to 28 November 1900 ; employed with West 
African Frontier Force 10 December 1902 to 24 
February 1904; D.A.A.G. 8th (Lucknow division) 
Indian Army 17 April 1909 to 16 April 1913; served 
in operations in Sierra Leone 1898-99 (medal 
with clasp); in West Africa 1898 in command 
of Expedition to Bula ; in South African War, T899 
-1902, as Special Service Officer, afterwards on Staff 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 
September 1901, brevet of Major, Queen's medal 
with four clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; in 
command West Africa, Northern Nigeria, 1903 (medal 
with clasp) ; killed in action with the Expeditionary 
Force at Kimmel, Belgium, on Monday, 2 November 
1914. Will dated 9 September 1914, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 36, 15) 21 January 1915, by Henry Ernest 
Crawley and Charles Frederick Ingram. 



William Worthington=j=Muriel Gladwys, 
Worthington of Neth- born 13 April 
erseale Old Hall, 1881, bapt. at 
A'\shby-de-la-Zouche, Offchurch, co. 
CO. Derby, and of Warwick ; marr. 
Maple Hayes, near at St. Peter's, 
Lichfield, co. Stafford Eaton Square, 
(only son of Albert London, on 
Octavius Worthington Saturday, 29 
of Maple Hayes, by July 1901. 
Sarah Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of John Etty 
of Malton, co. York) ; 
born 2 1 December 
187 1, bapt. at Willing- 
ton, CO. Derby, 23 
January 1872 ; edu- 
cated at Charterhouse 
1886-89, and at New 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 10 October 
1890, B.A. and M.A. 
1900 ; J. P. for the 
counties of Stafford 
and Derby ; Lord of 1 
the Manor of Pype- ! 
cum-Membris, and ' 
Patron of the living 
of Scale, CO. Derby. 

A 

{See Pedigree of Worthington, Vol. i, 
page 223, and Addenda, Vol. p, 
page xiv. ) 



Charles James Murray of Loch Carron, co. Ross, and of 55 Princes Gate,= 
South Kensington, London (eldest son of the Rt. Hon'''' Sir Charles 
Augustus Murray, K.C.B. [2nd son of George, 5th Earl of Dunmore], 
by Elizabeth his ist wife, only dau. of James Wadsworth of Geneseo, 
New York, U.S.A.); bom 29 November 1851, bapt. at H.M.'s Agency, 
Cairo; educated at Eton; of the Diplomatic Service 1872-76; Major 
Commanding Ross-shire Mountain Battery (Territorials) 1 907-1 1 ; M.P. 
for Hastings 1880-85, ^'^'^ f^"" Coventry i6 July 1895-1906; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Ross ; served in European War in France on Special Staff 
appointment 1917-18. ^ 



=Anne Francesca Wil- 
helmine, born i o March 
1853, bapt. at South 
Audley Street Chapel, 
London ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Monday, 
9 August 1875. 



Daniel Harry Finch, born 5 June 
1858 ; Captain 3rd Battalion South 
StafiFordshire Regiment; died un- 
married, aged 32, at The Bury, 
Offchurch, CO. Warwick, on Wednes- 
day, 17 December 1890, bur. there. 
Will dated 15 March 1883, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 255, 91) 10 March 1891, 
by the Hon'''' Clement Edward Finch, 
brother. 



Clement Edward Finch, born 26 George Cecil 
August 1861, bapt. at Offchurch; Moyle Finch, 
educated at Eton ; Lieutenant 3rd Bat- died, aged 7 
talion South Staffordshire Regiment ; weeks, at Pack- 
died, aged 34, at Offchurch, on Mon- ington Hall, 
day, 14 October 1895, bur. there. co. Warwick, 
AdSion (with will dated 16 March on Sunday, 8 
1883) granted (Prin. Reg., 368, 96) January 1865. 
10 April 1896, to Jane Wightwick, 
Dowager Countess of Aylesford, 
mother. 



I 
Heneage Greville Finch, Lord Guernsey 
born 2 June 1883; educated at Eton ; 
2nd Lieutenant Irish Guards 4 June 
1902, Lieutenant i September 1904, retired 
in 1906, re-joined as Captain 15 April 
1914 ; 2nd Lieutenant 3rd (Militia) 
Battalion Wiltshire Regiment 1910-1912, 
Captain Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry 
1 9 10; A.D.C. to Governor of Gibraltar 1905 ; 
served in South African War 1901, at 
St. Helena (Queen's medal) ; served in 
European War, and was killed in action, 
aged 31, while leading his company in 
action at Soupir, France, 14 September 
1 9 14. Memorial service at Packington 
Church on Sunday, 3 January 1915. Will 
dated 31 July 1914, proved (Prin. Reg., 
68, 15) I January 19 15, by Gladys Cecil 
Georgina Finch, Lady Guernsey, the relict. 



=j=Hon'''= Gladys Cecil 
Georgina (Fellowes) of 
9 Sussex Square, Hyde 
Park, London, 2nd 
dau. of William Henry, 
2nd Baron De Ramsay, 
by Lady Rosamond 
Jane Frances (Spencer- 
Churchill) his wife, 2nd 
dau. of John Winston, 
7th Duke of Marl- 
borough, K.G. ; born 4 
January 1885 ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 1 1 June 1907. 

(See Pedigree of 
De Ramsey, Vol. 
I5y page 120.) 



Heneage Michael Charles Finch, Lord Guernsey, born 31 
October 1908, bapt. in the Chapel Royal, St. James' Palace, 
London, on Monday, 7 December 1908 (Sponsors: The 
Countess of Craven, Earl Howe, the Hon'''' Sidney Greville, 
the Hon'''' Reginald Fellowes, and Lady Muriel Worthington). 



Charles Daniel Finch- 
Knightley, born 23 
August 1886; temporary 
2nd Lieutenant Can- 
adian Forces 1914, for- 
merly of the Merchant 
Service ; Captain in 
General List ; served in 
European War 19 14 
-17 (severely wounded 
at Hooge in 191 5) ; 
Military Secretary to 
Governor - General of 
Australia 5 August 1918 ; 
assumed the additional 
name of Knightley. 



Ronald William Edward 
Finch, born 28 Septem- 
ber 1889 ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy 15 May 
1 906 ; retired ; Lieu- 
tenant British Columbian 
Horse ; served in Euro- 
pean War, invalided out 
of Army in 19 17. 



103 



Curtler of iSebere House, Claines, to. 

lEorcester. 

Ar»is. — Per pale indented azure and sable two chevronels 

between three lions rampant or. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased bendy sinister or and azure ducally 

crowned gold from the mouth flames issuant proper. 
Mollo. — Labor omnia vincit. 



Anne Maria,= 
dau. of William 
Ricketts, by 
Elizabeth Wil- 
loughby his wife, 
of Droitwich, 
CO. Worcester ; 
marr. 4 Decem- 
ber 1824 ; bur. 
at Doverdale, 
CO. Worcester. 
I St wife. 



^Thomas Gale Curtler of Severe House, Claines,= 

CO. Worcester (son of James Curtler of Broms- 
grove, CO. Worcester, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of John Gale of Dorchester, co. Dorset) ; born 
13 February 1797 ; a Solicitor; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Worcester ; Town Clerk of Droitwich 1820-36 ; 
Vice-Chairman Worcestershire Quarter Sessions 
1845 to 1867 ; died, aged 88, at Bevere House, 
on Saturday, 28 March 1885, bur. at Claines. 
Memorial window in the church of St. Anna, 
Thornbury, co. Hereford. Will dated 25 June 
1878, with codicil dated 26 February 1880, proved 
at Worcester 15 July 1885, by the Rev. Thomas 
Gale Curtler, the Rev. William Henry Curtler and 
Martin Curtler, sons. 



=Mary, widow of the Rev. 
Thomas Oldham, Rector 
of Doverdale ; marr. in 
1837; died, aged 79, at 
Bevere House on Tuesday, 
18 April 1876, bur. at 
Doverdale. Will dated 
14 August 187 1, proved 
at Worcester 25 August 
1876, by the Rev. James 
Oldham, son, and Martin 
Curtler, step - son. 2nd 
wife. 



Rev. Thomas Gale Curtler of Bevere House, Claines ; born 5=T=Harriette, eldest dau. of the 



December 1825 ; educated at Rugby and at Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1844, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1857 ; 
Curate of Aslacton, co. Norfolk, 1849-52 ; Rector of Doverdale 
1852-57 ; Perpetual Curate of Aslacton 1857-61 ; Vicar and 
Patron of Barbourne, co. Worcester, 1862 ; Rural Dean of 
East Worcestershire 1875 ; died, aged 65, at Bevere House, 
on Thursday, 5 November 1891. Will dated 14 March 1891, 
with codicil dated 5 November 1891, proved at Worcester 
20 February 1892, by Frederick Lewis Curtler, son, and 
Laurence Martin Curtler, nephew. 



Rev. Thomas Oldham, Rector 
of Doverdale {see above) ; 
marr. at Claines on Tuesday, 
20 February 1849; died at 
Bevere House, Claines, on 
Wednesday, 24 May 1876. 
Admon granted at Worcester 
28 August 1876, to the Rev. 
Thomas Gale Curtler. 



Willoughby Francis Gale Curtler, born at Forncett, co. Norfolk, on 
Monday, 24 May 1858, bapt. at Forncett St. Peter; educated at 
Rugby and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 
1877; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers 11 August 1880, 
Lieutenant 1 July 1881, Captain 1885 ; died, aged 32, at the 
Camp, Colchester, co. Essex, on Wednesday, 4 March 1890, bur. 
at Claines. 



Henry Hoskins Curtler, 
bapt. at Long Stratton, 
CO. Norfolk ; of St. 
Mary Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 October 
1879, aged 19. 



Frederick Lewis Curtler of Bevere House,= 
Claines ; born at Long Stratton, co. 
Norfolk, 2 January 1861. 



^Nannie McClelland, youngest dau. of Charles 
Gwatkin of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Richmond, Virginia, in June 1892. 



Frederick Gwatkin Oldham Curtler, born 
at Bevere House on Sunday, 30 April 
1893; educated at Rugby; Lieutenant 
2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment ; 
killed in action near Langemarck, Belgium, 
on Wednesday, 21 October 19 14. 



Helen Oldham, 
born at Fairlawn, 
Great Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, on 
Sunday, 18 June 
1899. 



Nancy, born 22 No- 
vember 1902. 



Margaret Isabel, born 
22 November 1903. 



104 



Rev. William Henry Curtler of Bevere House, Claines,=: 
CO. Worcester; born 29 March 1827, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Droitwich, co. Worcester ; educated at 
Rugby and at Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
8 June 1846, B.A. (ist-class Lit. Hum) 1850, Fellow 
1850-52, M.A. 1856; Rector of Abbess Roding, 
CO. Essex, 1853-58, and of Lympstone, co. Devon, 
1858-72 ; died at Hendon, co. Middlesex, 2 July 
1913. Will dated 20 December 1907, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1246, 1913) 15 August 1913, by 
Edmund Oldham Curtler, son. 



Fanny, younger dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Oldham, Rector of Doverdale, co. 
Worcester ; marr. at Colton, co. Stafford, 
on Thursday, 15 April 1852 ; died at 
Putney, co. Surrey, 10 January 1908. 
Will dated 23 April 1906, with codicil 
dated 30 July 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 
185, 1908) 27 February 1908, by 
Edmund Oldham Curtler, son, and 
James Douglas Marsden. 



Rev. William Henry Herbert Curtler, born at the Rectory, Abbess Mary Emmeline, died 

Roding, on Monday, 29 January 1855, bapt. at Abbess Roding; in infancy at the 

of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1874, Rectory, Abbess 

Scholar 1875 (ist- class Mods. 1876), B.A. (3rd-class Lit. Hum.) Roding, on Sunday, 

1879; Curate of Maidstone, co. Kent, 1881-82, and of Croydon, 6 April 1856. 
CO. Surrey, 1 88 2-84. 



Edmund Oldham Curtler of 
Putney, co. Surrey ; born at the 
Rectory, Abbess Roding, on 
Tuesday, 24 February 1857; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 
Easter 1871, and at Clifton 
College ; a Solicitor. 



Reginald Digby Curtler, born at Lympstone, co. 
Devon, on Saturday, 29 January 1859, bapt. at 
Lymstone ; of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1878, B.A. 1882 ; of the 
Inner Temple, called to the Bar 25 June 1884 ; died 
unmarried in 1891, bur. at Malvern, co. Worcester. 



Martin Beauchamp Curtler, 
born in 1855, died in infancy. 



Harriet Ellen, born 10 No- 
vember 1856. 



Lawrence Martin Curtler (twin with Walter Thomas), born at 
Worcester on Christmas Day 1857 ; educated at Marlborough ; 
admitted a Solicitor 1881 ; died unmarried at Shrewsbury 
House, Church Walks, Llandudno, co. Carnarvon, 29 January 
1912. M.L Will dated 29 October 1901, with codicil dated 
27 October 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 375, 12) 8 March 191 2, 
by Walter Thomas Curtler. 



105 



Martin Curtler of Bevere Knoll, Worcester, and The \Vooding,= 
Thornbury, co. Hereford; born at Bevere 24 October 1828; 
educated at Rugby; admitted a Solicitor Easter 1851, Clerk to 
Justices of Worcester Division for co. Worcester, Treasurer of County 
Courts; Member of the Worcester School Board 1883, Chairman 
1886-1901 ; died at Much Cowarne, co. Hereford, 17 October 
1901, bur. in the old churchyard, Claines, co. Worcester. Memorial 
Brass in the church of St. Anna, Thornbury, also a Memorial Organ 
dedicated 17 October 1912. Will dated 10 May 1897, with two 
codicils dated 16 December 1899 and 14 August 1901, proved at 
Worcester 24 December 1901, by Laurence Martin Curtler and 
Walter Thomas Curtler, sons. 



=Laura Jane, 4th dau. of 
John Powell of Van 
Diemen's Land ; marr. at 
Claines (by the Rev. 
Thomas Gale Curtler) on 
Wednesday, 1 7 August 
1853; died, aged 59, at 
Lansdowne House, Wor- 
cester, on Easter Day, 
1 April 1888, bur. in the 
old churchyard, Claines. 



Walter Thomas Curtler (twin with=j=Margaret Allen, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Hamilton Kingsford, 



Lawrence Martin) of Inchmery, 
Thorneloe, Worcester, and of The 
Wooding, Thornbury ; born at 
Worcester on Christmas Day, 1857 ; 
educated at Marlborough ; admitted 
a Solicitor in August 1881. 



Vicar of Stoulton, co. Worcester, by Sarah his wife, dau. 
of Benjamin Haig Allen of Huddersfield, co. York ; 
born at the Vicarage, Stoulton ; marr. at Stoulton on 
Tuesday, 6 October 1891. 



Walter Lawrence Curtler, 
born at St. George's 
Square, Worcester, 2 
January 1893 ; educated 
at Radley ; Lieutenant 
8th Battalion Worcester- 
shire Regiment 15 
August 19 1 3, Captain 
in June 1915 ; served in 
European War 1915-17. 



Francis Martin Curtler, Thomas Hamilton 



born at St. George's 
Square, Worcester, 7 
August 1894 ; educated 
at Radley ; Captain 3rd 
Middlesex Regiment ; 
served in European War 
1915-17- 



Curtler, born 25 
April 1896; died 
27 August 1907, 
bur. at Stoulton. 



Gerald Arthur Gale 
Curtler, born at 
St. George's Square, 
Worcester, i April, 
and bapt. at St. 
George's, Worcester, 
18 April 1909. 



William Henry Ricketts=i=Alice Blackford 



Curtler of Oxford ; born at 
Claines 28 January 1862 ; 
educated at Marlborough 
and at Trinity College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 29 January 
1881. 



Mercer ; marr. 
in U.S.A. 5 
October 1899. 



Arthur Henry Whinfield of= Laura Jane Char- 
Severn Grange, Worcester lotte, born 10 
(son of Edward Wrey 
Whinfield) ; died at Severn 
Grange 12 November 1917, 
bur. at Claines. M.L 



March 1863; 
marr. at Claines 
20 October 1902. 



Martin Stuart Curtler, Hugh Mercer Curtler, Marjorie Bruce, born 
bom I February 1904. born 21 October 1908. 2 August 19 10. 



ic6 



3Ranscme of 3(p^totcf), to. ^uffolfe. 



Mary Raven,=j 
marr. 19 Feb- 
ruary 1782 ; j 
died, aged 38, 
on Friday, 7 1 
March, bur. in I 
the Friends' 
Burial Ground, 
Ipswich, 14 
March 1800. 
ist wife. 



=Robert Ransome of Woodbridge,= 
CO. Suffolk, formerly of Norwich 
(2nd son of Richard Ransome, by 
Prudence Sheppard his wife) ; born 
at Wells, CO. Norfolk, 8 February 
1753 ; started "Old Foundry" Works, 
Ipswich, in 1789; died, aged 76, at 
Woodbridge on Sunday, 7 March, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, 
Ipswich, 14 March 1830. Will dated 
30 December 1823, with codicil dated 
28 February 1829, proved at Ipswich 
12 June 1830, by Elizabeth Ransome, 
the relict. 



=Mary Webb, of= 
Ipswich ; marr. at 
theFriends'Meeting 
House, Ipswich, on 
Wednesday, 5 May 
1802 ; died, aged 
48, on Monday, 21 
December, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Ipswich, 
27 December 1807. 
2nd wife. 



=Eli2abeth Laundy, 
marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting 
House, Kelvedon, 
CO. Essex, (? 20) 
January 181 1 ; 
died at Wood- 
bridge on Friday, 
25 April 1834. 
3rd wife. 



James Ransome of Rushmere, near Ipswich ; born at= 
Norwich 14 December 1782 ; died, aged 66, at Rushmere, 
on Thursday, 22 November, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Ipswich, on Friday, 29 November 1849. ^^'11 
dated 23 June 1847, with two codicils dated 15 April 
1848 and 23 April 1849, proved (P.C.C. 59, 50) 16 
January 1850, by Robert Ransome, brother, James Allen 
Ransome, son, and Stafford Allen. Portrait by Scott 
in tht possession of his great- grand-daughter, Mrs. 
Charles Edward Barry of Kingscote, Tadworth, co. Surrey ; 
another by M acquire in possession of Miss A. Corder of 
Tuddenham Road, Ipsivich ; and a Bust in possession of 
John Shewell Corder of Ipswich. 



=Hannah, sister of Samuel 
Hunton ; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Beccles, co. Suf- 
folk, on Tuesday, 11 June 1805 ; 
died, aged 50, at Rushmere, on 
Friday, 8 December, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Ipswich, 
on Friday, 15 December 1826. 
Portrait by Scott in the posses- 
sion of his great-grand -daughter, 
Mrs. Norman Child Graham of 
Rockwoods, Brook, near Godalming, 
CO. Surrey. 

B 



I 

James Allen Ransome of Rushmere, near Ipswich ; born at= 
Great Yarmouth 6 July 1807 ; educated at Colchester; 
Assoc. M.Inst. C.E. 3 March 1846; Town Councillor of 
Ipswich 5 December 1844, Alderman 9 November 1865 
till death; Author of "Implements of Agriculture," 
1843 ; died, aged 68, at the Old House, Carr Street, 
Ipswich, on Thursday, 29 April, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Ipswich Cemetery, on Monday, 3 May 
1875. MI. Will dated 3 April 1873, with codicil dated 
27 April 1875, proved at Ipswich 27 May 1875, by 
Robert James Ransome and Allen Ransome, sons, and 
John Robert Jefferies, son-in-law. 



=Catharine, 2nd dau. of James 
Neave of Fordingbridge, co. 
Hants, by Hannah his wife, dau. 
of William Gundry of Calne, co. 
Wilts ; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Fordingbridge, 
on Friday, 4 September 1829 ; 
died, aged 71, on Friday, 17 
April, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Ipswich Cemetery, 
20 April 1868. M.l. 



Robert James Ransome of Stoke= 
Hall, Ipswich ; born at Rushmere, 
near Ipswich, 27 June 1830; died 
at Stoke Hall, Ipswich, on Wednes- 
day, 3 June 1891, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ipswich. M. I. Will 
dated 19 January 1876, with codicil 
dated 24 November 1887, proved at 
Ipswich 29 June 189 1, by Allen 
Ransome, brother, and Edward 
Neave. 



=Charlotte Louisa, dau. of William Taylor of Hadleigh, 
CO. Suffolk, by Mary Louisa his wife ; born at Wood- 
bridge 27 September 1832 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 
on Wednesday, 3 May 1854 ; died at Homesdale, 
Ipswich, on Tuesday, 6 June, bur. in the cemetery 
at Ipswich on Thursday, 8 June 1911; first part of 
service at St. Matthew's, Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 
II June 1910, proved at Ipswich 26 June 191 1, 
by Llewellyn Midgley and Norman Child Graham, 
sons-in-law. 



Mary Ann, died, aged 24, at Cheshunt, co. Hertford, on Friday, 23 September, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground, VVinchmore Hill, co. Middlesex, 28 September 1808. 



Robert Ransome, died, aged 21, at Rushmere, near Ipswich, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 25 
April 1829, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, Ipswich. Portrait by Macquire in the 
possession of Mrs. Robert Charles Ransome at the Old Hall, Hethersett, co. Nor/oik. 



Rev. Henry Footman, Canon of Lincoln (eldest son of John Footman,^ 
Alderman of Ipswich, by Harriet Susanna his wife, dau. of Robert Wall of 
Great Yarmouth); born at Cornhill, Ipswich, 10 February 1831, bapt. 
at St. Mary -le -Tower, Ipswich ; of Peterhouse, Cambridge, admitted 
27 March 1867 (and-class Moral Science Tripos 1870), B.A. 187 1, 
M.A. 1874 ; Vicar of Lambourn, co. Berks, 1875-78 ; Curate of St. George's, 
Campden Hill, co. Middlesex, 1878-80 ; Select Preacher at Cambridge 1880 
and 1889; Vicar of Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 1880-81, and of Nocton, co. 
Lincoln, 1881 ; Canon and Prebendary of Welton Rivall in Lincoln Cathedral, 
1897; Author of "Reasonable Apprehensions," 1887, and "Aspects and 
Retrospects," 1897, and other works; died at the Vicarage, Nocton, 13 
December, bur. at Nocton i6 December 1902. Will dated 16 November 
1900, proved at Lincoln 29 April 1903, by William Cleverley Alexander and 
Maurice Henry Footman, son. /f^ 



Catharine, born 
at Rushmere, 
near Ipswich, 23 
August 183 1 ; 
marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Ipswich, 
on Wednesday, 
12 May 1858 ; 
died at Nocton 
House, Lincoln, 
16 November 
1903, bur. at 
Nocton. 



William Allen Ran- 
some, born at 
Ipswich in July 
1855, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Ipswich ; 
died, aged 16, at 
Ipswich, on Friday, 
26 April 1872, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Ipswich. M.I. 



Frank Ransome of Stoke Hall,: 
Ipswich ; born at Duke Street, 
Ipswich, 3 March 1857, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Ipswich ; died at Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, 3 June 1902, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. 



dffiivJi/^a'U^.^yn^ 



=Marian,of 20 Chatsworth Gardens, 
Acton Hill, CO. Middlesex; 2nd 
dau. of Arthur John Deane of Cole- 
strop, near Henley-on-Thames, 
CO. Oxford, by Anne Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Mark Dorman of 
Ashford, co. Kent ; born at Derby 
7 August i860 ; marr. at St. Giles', 
Cripplegate, London, on Tuesday, 
17 July 1883. 



I 
Allen Arthur 

Ransome, born 

at Stoke Hall, 

Ipswich, on 

Wednesday, 21 

May 1884; died 

20 September 

following, bur. 

in the cemetery 

at Ipswich. M.I. 



Frank Deane Ransome, born at Stoke Hall,= 
Ipswich, 6 October, bapt. at St. Mary Stoke, 
Ipswich, 3 November 1885 ; educated at Fram- 
lingham ; of the Cape Mounted Rifles 1903-1908 ; 
Lieutenant Hon*"'^ Artillery Company, with which 
he served in Egypt 191 5-1 7; transferred to 
Machine Gun Corps Cavalry, and went to India 
in November 191 7. 




^CLCtx (^ cc^ct'Q^'ix.A^e^. 



=Celia Noel, dau. of 
Colonel William Sande- 
man of Church, co. 
Lancaster, V.D., by Janet 
Vaughan his wife ; born 
at The Chestnuts, Church, 
30 December 1887, bapt. 
at St. James', Church ; 
marr. by licence at St. 
Martin's, Acton Hill, on 
Monday, 26 October 
1914. 



John Sandeman Deane Ransome, born at The Chestnuts, Church, on 
Saturday, 1 1 December 1915, bapt. at St. James', Church, 29 January 1916. 



108 



Elizabeth, died in infancy 
in 1786. 



Prudence, died in infancy 
in 1788. 



Henry Ransome, born in the parish of St. Margaret's,= 
Ipswich, 10 June 1810; died at Haarlem, Holland, 
12 April 1849. Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 13 August 1877, to Christina Ransome, 
relict. He married istly Ann Patten, who died 
in 1842, and was buried at Boulogne, France. 



James Henry Ransome, born 
in 1837 ; died in 1842. 



Christina Majoor, born 8 November 
1823 ; marr. at Haarlem 23 April 1844 ; 
died, aged 75, at 17 Stonebridge Park, 
Willesden, co. Middlesex, 7 November, 
bur. at Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, 
II November 1899. Adiiion (with will 
dated 27 February 185 1) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 297, 1900) 16 February 
1900, to Hannah Christina Ransome, 
spinster, daughter. 2nd wife. 



James Henry Ransome, born i6=Maria Elliott, 
April 1845; died, aged 38, at married at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, 14 .Septem- Ore in 1869 ; 
her 1883, bur. in Ore Cemetery, died in 1909. 
CO. Sussex. 



Hannah Christina, 
born at Oude Gracht, 
Haarlem, Holland, 26 
February, bapt. there 
14 March 1847. 



Sheppard Allen Ran- 
some, born at Oude 
Gracht 23 November 
1848 ; died 5 January 
1 849, bur. at Haarlem. 



Allen Ransome of Bembridge, Isle of Wight, formerly of Lincoln, = 
Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, and of London ; born at Rushmere, 
near Ipswich, 15 January 1833 ; died, aged 80, at Retford, co. Notting- 
ham, 28 June, bur. at Newark -on -Trent i July 1913. Will dated 12 
March 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 1325, 13) 19 August 1913, by 
James Ransome and Gilbert Holland Ransome, sons. 



=Jane Bedford, 3rd dau. 
of Jonathan Samuel 
Browning of Northgate, 
Oxford ; marr. at St. 
Giles', Oxford, in 1856. 



A 



{For issue see page 116.) 



Alfred Ransome, born at Duke Street, Ipswich, 
5 June 1 858 ; died at Tasmania in 191 1, bur. there. 



Enid Marian, bom 
at Claydon, co. 
Suffolk, 22 De- 
cember 1 89 1, bapt. 
there ; served as 
ambulance driver 
for Red Cross in 
France during 
War ; died at 20 
Chatsworth Gar- 
dens, Acton, CO. 
Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 23 No- 
vember, bur. at 
Acton 28 Novem- 
ber 1918. 



Francis Wise Burgoyne Johnson (son of= 
Lieut.-Colonel John Burgoyne Johnson 
of Brockley, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, co. 
York, by Matilda, his wife, 2nd dau. of 
William Mangles of Middlemoor, co. 
York) ; born at Hamsteels, co. Durham, 
9 May 1892 ; educated at Clifton College 
and at Caius College, Cambridge; 2nd 
Lieutenant 8th Territorial Battalion The 
Durham Light Infantry 10 October 
1 914, Lieutenant 27 April 191 5, Cap- 
tain 1 1 March 1916 ; served in European 
War 5 May 191 5 ; taken prisoner. 



=Sibil Dorothea, 
born at Clap- 
ham, CO. Surrey, 
25 November 
1892, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Clap- 
ham ; married 
at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 
London, on 
Monday, 2 5 Sep- 
tember 1 9 16. 



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Elizabeth Blake, 
born at Gyppes- 
wick, Staines, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Sunday, 9 
December 1894, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Staines. 



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Arthur Biddell of The Hill House, Playford, co. Suffolk (youngest=|=Jane, married at Green 

son of George Biddell of Bradfield St. George, co. Suffolk, by | stead, near Colchester, 

Elizabeth Webb his wife, of Brettenham, co. Suffolk) ; born at Little 

Whelnetham Hall, co. Suffolk, 15 February 1783; died, aged 77, 

25 May, bur. at Playford 30 May i860. Will dated 18 January 

i860, proved at Ipswich 31 July i860, by Manfred Biddell, 

George Arthur Biddell and Herman Biddell, sons. /^ 



CO. Essex, 4 July 181 7 ; 
died, aged 66, 21 July, 
bur. at Playford 28 July 



(See Pedigree of Biddell, Vol. j, page pp). 



George Ransome of The Groves, Chester ; born= 
in the parish of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 2 De- 
cember 181 1 ; died at 19 Lancaster Road, West- 
bourne Park, London, on Tuesday, 18 January 
1876, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 
Will dated 18 June 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 
596, 76) 2 1 July 1876, by Sophia Ransome, relict. 



=Sophia, youngest dau. of James Neave of 
Fordingbridge, co. Hants ; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting House, P'ordingbridge, on 
Thursday, 5 July 1838 ; died, aged 75, at 12 
Granville Place, Portman Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 16 February 1886. 



George Granville Bantock, M.D. of Edinburgh University 1861,= 
L. 1861, F.R.C.S. Edin. 1876 ; Consulting Surgeon Hospital for 
Women, Vincent Square, London, and to the Samaritan F'ree 
Hospital, London ; President of the British Gynoecological Society 
1887 ; died, aged 75, at 46 Elgin Mansions, Maida Vale, London, 
on Wednesday, 15 January, cremated at Golder's Green, the 
remains being interred' in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Saturday, 18 January 1913. Will dated 7 July 1912, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 167, 13) 7 February 1913, by Granville Ransome 
Bantock and Ernest Leedhani Sutherland Bantock. 



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'Sophia Elizabeth, born at 
Ipswich 30 August 1843 ; 
marr. at the Independent 
Chapel, Queen Street, 
Chester, on Wednesday, 
15 November 1865 ; died, 
aged 66, at Dunrobin, 
Pinner, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 28 October 
1909. 



George Frederick Ransome of Liverpool ;=j=Alice Sophia, 2nd dau. of Stephen Marshall 



born at Haarlem, Holland, 12 December 
1849, bapt. there; died at Waterloo, Liver- 
pool, 10 December 1907, bur. in Anfield 
Park Cemetery, Liverpool. 



of Copdock Hall, co. Suffolk ; born 23 
September 1846 ; marr. at Copdock on Monday, 
5 April 1880. 



Stafford Marshall Ransome, 
born at Liverpool 22 
January 1881. 



Dorothy Christina, born 
at Crossby, Liverpool, 20 
November 1887. 



Daisy Alice, born at 
Crossby, Liverpool, 23 
March 1889. 



Hannah, born at Yoxford, co. Suffolk, 21 February 1835 ; marr. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
in 1857, James Samuel Browning of Oxford, son of Jonathan Samuel Browning of Northgate, 
Oxford. _ 



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Charles Edward Barry of Kingscote, Tadworth, co. Surrey=j=Louisa Kate, born at 45 Duke 



(eldest son of Charles Barry of Stanley House, London Road, 
Forest Hill, co. Kent, F. S.A., by Harriett Gardner Pitman 
his wife, youngest dau. of Thomas May of Northernhay, 
Exeter, co. Devon) ; born at Manor Road, Fore"St Hill, on 
Thursday, 12 July, bapt. at Christ Church, Forest Hill, 11 
August 1855 ; educated at Uppingham. ^ 

{See Pedigree of Barry, Vol. 14, page 6.) 



Street, Ipswich, 25 February i860, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Ipswich ; 
marr. at St. Mary Stoke, Ipswich 
(by the Rt. Rev. .Alfred Barry), on 
Thursday, 18 September 1890. 



Robert Ransonie, born in the parish of St. 
Margaret's, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 20 July 1789; 
died, aged 9 months, 15 April, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Ipswich, 20 April 
1790. 



Prudence, born in the parish of St. Margaret's. 
Ipswich 8 November 1790; died, a^eti 3_, 
years, 16 April 1794, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Ipswich, next day. 



Stafford Allen of London (2nd son of Samuel Allen of Hoe=pHannah Hunton Ransome, 



Mill, Witham, co. Essex) ; Vice-President of the British and 
Foreign Anti-Slavery Society 1889; died, aged 83, at Parkfield, 
High Road, Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 14 
October 1889, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground at Stoke 
Newington, co. Middlesex. Will dated 10 August 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 212, 90) 18 March 1890, by Edward Ransome 
Allen, son, Samuel Alexander Maw and Henry Tuke Mennell. 
His portrait appears in the picture 0/ the World's Anti- Slavery 
Convention held in London in 1840 {painted by Benjamin 
Robert Haydon in 1S41), and presented to the National Portrait 
Gallery by the Anti- Slavery Society. /K 



born at Carr Street, Ipswich, 
14 March 1813; marr. at 
the Friends' Meeting House, 
Ipswich, on Thursday, 10 
January 1839 ; Secretary of 
the Friends' Syrian Mission ; 
died at West Drayton, co. 
Middlesex, 4 June 1880, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground at Stoke Newington. 



Alfred Ransome, born in the parish of St. 
Margaret's, Ipswich, 4 October 1814; died, 
aged I year, 4 October, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Ipswich, 8 October 18 15. 



Mary Ann, born in the parish of St. Mar- 
garet's, Ipswich, 5 March i8i6 ; died 27 
September, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Ipswich, 30 September 1818. 



John Robert Jefferies of Ipswich (youngest son of= 
William Robert Jefferies of Great Barford, co. 
Bedford, by Elizabeth Ayres his wife) ; born at 
Great Barford 22 December 1840 ; J. P. for Ipswich ; 
died, aged 59, at Ipswich 12 September 1900, bur. 
in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will dated 13 
August 1894, with codicil dated 11 September 1900, 
proved at Ipswich 13 October 1900, by Philip Edward 
Ripley, Harold Sellis Jefferies, son, and Francis 
Ward, M.D., son-in-law. /js^ 



=Mary Ann, born at Yoxford, co. Suffolk, 
3 September 1838 ; marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Ipswich, on Thursday, 14 September 
1865 ; died at Ipswich 9 October 191 2, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. AI.I. 
Will dated 9 June 1908, proved at 
Ipswich 21 October 1912, by Harold 
Sellis Jefferies, and Francis Ward, M.D. 



Edward Gibson Midgley (son of= 
James Haworth Midgley) ; died, aged 
33, at Cauldwell House, Ipswich, on 
Tuesday, 19 July 1881. AdiTion was 
granted in the Principal Registry 28 
November 1881, to Edith Midgley, 
the relict. /\ 



=Edith, born at Duke Street, Ipswich, 30 July 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Mary Stoke, Ipswich (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Henry Footman), on Wednesday, 11 May 1881. 
She married 2ndly at the Collegiate Church, Neuchatel, 
Switzerland, on Wednesday, 15 August 1883, Llewellyn 
Midgley of Lower Court, Chadlington, co. Oxford. 



Patience, born in the parish of St. Margaret's, 
Ipswich, 2 August, died, aged i6 days, 19 
August, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, 
Ipswich, 23 August 1792. 



Rachael, born in the parish of St. Margaret's, 
Ipswich, 16 September, died, aged 19 days, 
5 October, bur. in the Friends' Burial Ground, 
Ipswich, 10 October 1793. 



Frederick Ransome, born at Rushmere, near Ipswich,= 
18 June 1817 ; Assoc. M.Inst. C.E. 7 March 1848 ; died, 
aged 75, at 42 Melbourne Grove, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 19 April, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 22 April 1893. Will dated 18 
April 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 854, 93) 29 September 
1893, by John AVilmer Ransome, son. 



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=Catherine, youngest dau. of Adam 
Maitland ; marr. at Shepton 
Mallett, CO. Somerset, on Tuesday, 
31 March 1840; died, aged 67, 
at Rushmere Lodge, Norwood 
Road, CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 12 
July, bur. in Norwood Cemetery i6 
July 1884. 



Frederick Maitland Wilberforce Wilson, 2nd son of=f=Jessie, born at Ipswich in 1842 ; 



Ransome, born at 
Ipswich 7 March 
1841 ; died at 
Bucharest, Rou- 
inania. He married 
Hortence. 



the Rev. Daniel Wilson, Vicar of 
St. Mary's, Islington, co. Middle- 
sex, and grandson of the Rt. 
Rev. Daniel Wilson, Bishop of 
Calcutta. 



marr. at St. Helen's, Ipswich 
(by the Rev. Daniel Wilson), on 
Tuesday, 8 September 1863 ; 
bur. at Brandon, Canada, 17 July 
1897. 



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George Frost Sexton of= 
AVherstead Hall, Ipswich (elder 
son of George Mumford Sexton 
of Wherstead, and afterwards 
of Sproughton, both co. Suffolk, 
by Ellen Matilda his wife, dau. 
of William Stutter Frost of 
Brent Eleigh, co. Suffolk) ; born 
at Earl's Hall, Cockfield, co. 
Suffolk, 1 December 1858, bapt. 
at Cockfield i January 1859. 



=Helen Charlotte, 
born at Ipswich 
27 March, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Ipswich, I May 
1863 ; marr. at 
St. Mary Stoke, 
Ipswicli, on Wed- 
nesda)', 1 1 January 



As 



Norman Child Graham=j=Rose, born at 



of Rockwoods, Brook, 
near Godalming, co. 
Surrey (2nd son of 
Christopher North 

Graham of Tulse Hill, 
CO. Surrey, by Isabella 
his wife, dau. of W. P. 
McAndrew) ; born 2 1 
July 1859, bapt. at St. 
Giles', Camberwell, co. 
Surrey ; educated at 



Ipswich 21 July 
1864, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Ipswich ; marr. 
at St. Mary 
Stoke, Ipswich, 
on Wednesday, 
I June 1887. 



{See Pedigree of Sexton, Vol. 6, page 21.) 



Tonbridge. 



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Edgar Turner of Hewahetta, Ceylon, =pjane, born at Duke Street, 



(5th son of William Turner of Lower 
Brook Street, Ipswich, by Rosa his wife, 
dau. of Robert Garrod of Ipswich) ; 
born at Ipswich 12 March i85i, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich; 
educated at Ipswich Grammar School. 



Ipswich, 30 August 1866; 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Ipswich ; 
marr. at St. Mary Stoke, 
Ipswich (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Henry Footman), on 
Wednesday, 27 February 1889. 



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Robert Stanley Ran- 
some of Southw^old, 
CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Ipswich 27 December 
1869, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Ipswich ; 
educated at Ipswich 
Grammar School. 



Robert Ransome of Ipswich ; born in the parish=j=Sarah, 2nd dau. of Charles 



of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 27 February 1795 ; 
an Elder in the Society of Friends ; died, aged 
69, at St. Goar, Rhenish Prussia, on Sunday, 
6 November, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground in Ipswich Cemetery on Monday, 14 
November 1864. M.I. Will dated 19 March 
1864, proved at Ipswich 20 December 1864, by 
Robert Charles Ransome and James Edward 
Ransome, sons, and by the affirmation of 



William Uillwyn Sims. 



Coleby of Cley, co. Norfolk 
born in 1794; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting House, 
Kelvedon, co. Essex, on 
Thursday, 7 August 1828; 
died, aged 68, at Ipswich, on 
Tuesday, 6 October, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich 10 
October 1863. M.I. 



A 
{For issue see page J18.) 



Ann, born in 
the parish of St. 
Margaret's, Ips- 
wich, 18 March 
1796, died same 
day, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial 
Ground, Ips- 
wich, the next 
tiay. 



Sheppard Ransome of Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex,= 
formerly of Ipswich ; born in the parish of St. 

Margaret's, Ipjwich, 5 February 1819; died, aged 46, 
at 2 Church Row, Church Street, Stoke Newington, 
on Sunday, 16 July 1865, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex. \Vill dated 14 April 1859, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 599, 65) 16 September 1865, 
by Edwin Rayner Ransome and Stafford Allen. 



^Elizabeth Spicer, born in 1814; 
marr. in 1842 ; died, aged 66, at 
St. Ann's House, Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 9 March 1880. 
Will dated 3 August 1866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 747, 80) 7 September 
1880, by Edwin Rayner Ransome 
and Sheppard James Ransome, son. 



Sheppard James Ransome of 
St. Ann's House, Wandsworth, 
CO. Surrey ; born at sea on 
passage from Australia in 1843 ; 
died 5 November 1917. 



Frances Elizabeth, born in 1845 ; died 
at East Hill, Wandsworth, n January 
1904. Adiiion (with will dated 3 
November 1903) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 399, 1904) I March 1904, to 
Alice Ransome, spinster, sister. 



Douglas Ransome, 
born in 1846; 
drowned at Selsey, 
CO. Sussex, 10 July 
1868. 



Ernest Leslie Ransome of 910 Madison Avenue, =p=Mary Jane, eldest dau. of John Dawson 



Piainfield, New Jersey, U.S.A. ; born at Ipswich 2 j 
September 1844, bapt. there; died at Piainfield, 
New Jersey, 5 March 191 7. 



of Stratton Hall, co. Suffolk ; born 7 May 
1844 ; marr. at Levington, co. Suffolk, 
on Thursday, 5 March i86S. 



Frederick Leslie Ran- 
some, born at Green- 
wich, CO. Kent, 2 
December 1868, bapt. 
there. 



Violet Jane, born 
at Greenwich 25 
April 1870, bapt. 
there. 



Edward Ernest Ransome, born 
27 February 1872, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, U.S.A. ; died in .San 
Francisco. 



Bernard Ransome, 
born in San Fran- 
cisco27 June 1873, 
bapt. there. 



Arthur Wilfrid Ransome, 
born in San Francisco, 
California, U.S.A., 8 April 
1875, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
San Francisco. 



Alice Margaret, born in 
San Francisco 17 Octo- 
ber 1876, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, San Francisco ; 
died in November 191 7. 
She married - Laurence. 



Kate Corisande, 
born at Oakland, 
.San Francisco, 28 
May 1 88 1. 



I 
Percy Allen Ransome, 
born at Oakland, San 
Franscisco, 21 October 
1 888, bapt. at All Souls', 
Station Island, U.S.A. 



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Eliza Wilder Rayner,=i=Richard Ransonie of Rushmere= 
born in 1801 ; marr. ; Cottage, Wandsworth Common, 
CO. Surrey ; born in the parish 
of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 1 1 
June 1798; died, aged 69, at 
Rushmere Cottage, Wands- 
worth Common, on Friday, 19 
July 1867, bur. at Wandsworth. 



in 1820; died at 
Bergues, near Dun- 
kirk, France, in 1830; 
ist wife. 



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{For issue see page 121.) 



■Harriet Keymer, marr. in 1832 ; died, 
aged 76, at VVoodbridge Road, Ipswich, 
29 December 1881, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Ipswich Cemetery, 2 
January 1882. M.I. Will dated 15 May 
1876, proved at Ipswich 7 January 1882, 
by Edwin Rayner Ransome, stepson, 
and Edward Fry, son-in-law. She 
married istly . . . Sawer. 2nd wife. 



Richard Raven Ransonie, born=Emma Bennison, marr. at Albert Ransome, borrj in 1836; 
in 1833; died in New Zealand Huntley, Auckland, New died in U.S.A. in 1894. 
in 191 2. Zealand, in 1890. 



Frederic Corder of Ipswich, formerly of South - Shields, co.= 
Durham (younger son of Thomas Corder of Widford Hall, co. 
Essex, by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Shewell of Ratcliff, 
CO. Middlesex) ; born at Widford Hall on Christmas Day 1818, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, as an adult ; educated at 
Epping School ; Town Councillor for Ipswich ; died at Ipswich 
26 January, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich 30 January 
1908. Will dated 26 February 1907, proved at Ipswich 2 Feb- 
ruary 1908, by Maria Corder, the relict, John Shewell Corder, 
and Bernard Corder, sons. He married 2ndly at St. Mary-the- 
Virgin, Winchester, co. Hants, 24 February 1870, Maria, 
youngest dau. of Thomas Morris of Reading, co. Berks, by 
Ann Talwin Shewell his wife; born 23 June 1842. /|\ 



=Jane, born at Ruslimere, near 
Ipswich, 12 April 1820; marr. 
at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Ipswich, 9 January 185 1 ; died, 
aged 46, at Ipswich 6 Decem- 
ber, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich 10 December 1866. 
M.l. Portrait in possession 
of Miss A. Corder of 
Tuddenham Road, Ipsivich. 
ist wife. 



{See Pedigree of Corder, Vol. ig, page ij8.) 



Herbert Ransome, died, aged 5 months, 
19 February, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Ipswich, 22 February 1849. 



Ann Hunton, born in 1849 ; died Alice, born 
at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S.A., on in 1851. 
Tuesday, 29 October 1889. 



Hannah Jane, born in 1853 ; died at 
8 San Remo, Hove, co. Sussex, 22 
December 1907. Will dated 6 April 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 472, 1908) 
17 March igo8, by Florence Margaret 
Ransome, spinster, sister. 



Barclay See-=Ada, born at Stoke Florence Mar- 

bohm Watson, Newington, co. Mid- garet, born at 

M.D., of Eu- dlesex, 5 April 1855; Stoke Newing- 

dora, Kansas, marr. at Mount Kisco, ton 7 September 

U.S.A. NewYork,onTuesday, 1859. 
15 November 1881. 



Mary Catherine, born at 
Ipswich I July 1846 ; died in 
London 2 December 1886, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey. 

Lucy Anne, born at Ipswich 
19 November 1848. 



James Ransome, born 
at Ipswich 10 February 
1851 ; died, aged 4 
months, on Monday, 
29 March 1852, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich. 



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I I 
Agnes, born at Ipswich 30 

vember 1852. 



No- 



Alice Margaret, born at Ipswich 
17 June 1854, died there 8 January 
following. 



Edward Fry (son of Robert Fry of=i=Annette, born 27 July 1840; marr. at Walter Ransotne 



Woodgate, co. Devon^ by Jane his 
wife, dau. of James Parsons of 
Wellington, co. Somerset) ; born 
25 January 1834; died, aged 58, at 
Ipswich, 7 February 1892, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground, Ipswich 
Cemetery. M.I. Will dated 15 
September 1885, proved at Ipswich 
29 July 1892, by Annette Fry, 
relict, and Lewis Frv, brother. 



the Friends' Meeting House, Ipswich, ofDetroit.U.S.A.; 

12 September 1861 ; died at 259 born in 1843. 

Norwich Road, Ipswich, 8 June, bur. _=;- 

in the Friends' Burial Ground, Ipswich | 

Cemetery, 12 June 1911. M.I. Will Inez, died 

dated 23 December 1901, with codicil ig April 

dated 23 March 1908, proved at 1883. 
Ipswich 4 August 191 1, by Edward 
Ransome Fry, son, and Ellen Mary 
Fry, spinster, daughter. 



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John Wilmer Ransome, born at Ipswich, co.=j=Emily Eleanor, dau. of Benjamin Johnson ; 
Suffolk, 21 January 1856; died 18 March born 10 February 1863; marr. at Holy 
1909, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Trinity, Haverstock Hill, co. Middlesex, on 



Newington, co. Middlesex. 



JA 



^^^At j^at.*j^ 



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Saturday, 9 Februar)- 1884; died 29 De- 
cember 1906, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, 
Stoke Newington. 



Frederick Wilmer Ransome, born prematurely at 95 
Leconfield Road, Highbury New Park, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 23 October 1S84, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Streatham, co. Surrey ; educated at Highbury House 
School, St. Leonard's- on-Sea. 




<i^.^^*.^9C^^^^^ 



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=Eva Marian, only dau. of Alfred 
Hillyard Swinstead of 2 Lee Place, 
Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William 
WilkinsofTunbridgeWells, co.Kent; 
born at 70 Jenner Road, Stoke 
Newington, 10 May 1885 ; marr. at 
St. Matthew's, Upper Clapton, 26 
October 1916. 



Mary, bom at 38 Moresby Road, Upper 
Clapton, on Saturday, 8 December 191 7. 



Benjamin Leslie Ransome,= 
bom at 95 Leconfield 
Road, Highbury New Park, 
on Thursday, 8 April 
1886 ; educated at High- 
bury House School, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea. 



=Elizabeth Clara, eldest dau. of 
William Robert Davis of 2 1 
Bolan Street, Battersea, co. 
Surrey ; bom lo August 1894 ; 
marr. at St. Mary- le- Park, 
Battersea, on Saturday, 1 7 July 
1915- 



Violet Adelaide Elizabeth, bom at 499.^ 
Kingston Road, Raynes Park, co. Surrey, 
on Sunday, 7 May, bapt. at St. Mary-le- 
Park, Battersea, 4 June 19 16. 



James Stanley Ransome, born 
at 297 Amhurst Road, Stoke 
Newington, on Thursday, 7 July 
1887 ; died there, aged 14 months, 
on Saturday, 15 September 1888, 
bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, 
Stoke Newington. 



John Leslie Ransome, born at 499-^ 
Kingston Road, Raynes Park, on 
Thursday, 7 March, bapt. at St. Mary- 
le-Park, Battersea, 21 April 19 18. 



Emily Catherine Winifred, born at 297 Amhurst 
Road, Stoke Newington, 13 April 1890, bapt. at 
West Hackney Church, co. Middlesex ; marr. at 
Hackney Registry Office 2 October 1909, Percy R. 
Pocock, son of A. Pocock. 



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Dorothy Eleanor Pollock, born at 297 
Amhurst Road, Stoke Newington, on 
Saturday, 11 November 1893, bapt. at 
West Hackney Church. 



Gertrude, born at 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 
25 March 1857. 



Harriet Hammond, born at 
Ipswich 27 June 1858; 
joined the Clewer Sisterhood. 



Hubert Gray Ransome, born in Brook 
Street, Ipswich, iS March 1863 ; murdered 
at San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A., 18 March 
1896. 



Allen Ransome of=j=Tane Bedford, 3rd dau. of Jonathan 



Bembridge, Isle of 
Wight (seepage log). 



Samuel Allen Ran- 
some, born at 3 
Priory Grove, West 
Brompton, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Monday, 
10 August 1857 ; 
died there, aged iS 
months, on Friday, 
25 February 1859. 



Samuel 
Oxford. 



Browning of Northgate, 



Allen Walter Ransome, born= 
at 24 Drayton Grove, West 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 24 April 1859 ; died 
at Lewisham, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 7 September 1915, 
bur. in Hither Green Ceme- 
tery, CO. Kent. 



= Maude Agnes, eldest dau. of Charles William 
Roe of Brixton, co. Surrey ; marr. at St. 
George's, Perry Hill, Catford, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 26 February 1884; died at Stone- 
lands, Catford Hill, on Friday, i July 1910. 
Will dated 28 January 1909, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1218, 10) 8 August 1910, by Arthur 
Madison Strange. 



James Stafford Ransome of 3A Seymour Place, West= 
Brompton, co. Middlesex ; born at 24 Drayton 
Grove, West Brompton, on Thursday, 6 December 
i860 ; educated at Rugby ; M. Inst. C.E. ; Founder and 
Managing Director of the British Press, Ltd., 1908-12 ; 
Founder and Organizer of the British Engineers' 
Association. 



=Helena Grace, dau. of Thomas Cooke, 
Major in the Hon''''= East India Co.'s 
Service ; marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, on Monday, 13 September 
1886. She married istly William 
Arthur Moseley, M.D., of Nassau, 
Bahama Islands. 



Lewis Stafford Ransome, born 
at 34 Drayton Gardens, West 
Brompton, on Saturday, 5 No- 
vember 1887, died there the 
following Christmas Day. 



Violet Grace, born at Clare- 
mont Cottage, Datchet, 
CO. Berks, on Saturday, 29 
June 1889. 



John Edward Geoffrey 
Ransome, born at 34 
Drayton Gardens, West 
Brompton, on Sunday, 
5 July 1891. 



Lewis Henry Ran-= 
some of Farndon, 
Newark-on-Trent, 
CO. Nottingham ; 
born at 2 Andover 
Place, Camberwell 
Grove, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 21 
June 1862. 



=Jessie Charlotte, dau. of John 
Bond of Hope Street, Liver- 
pool, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Simpson ; 
born at High Street, Camden 
Town, CO. Middlesex, 10 
January 1S54 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, South 
Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 20 May 1897. 



Williams Henry Frome= 
Young of The Limes, 
Bembridge, Isle of 
Wight (son of Henry 
Young of Hindon, 
CO. Wilts) ; M.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1879, L.S.A. 1S82. 



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=Hester, born at 14 
The Grove, The 
Boltons, South 

Kensington, on 

Sunday, 10 April 
1864 ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, The Bol- 
tons, on Tuesday, 
14 February 1881. 



1^6 



James Ransome of Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, and of= 
12 Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington, London ; bom at 
14 The Grove, The Boltons, South Kensington, on 
Thursday, 6 July 1865 ; educated at Rugby; Fellow of 
the Royal Institute of British Architects. 



^' 



^^-•*^»-«>**S-^ 



'Beatrice, dau. of Frederic Marshall, 
K.C., of The Oaks, AUeyn Park, 
^^''est Dulwich, co. Surrey, by 
Anne Maria his wife, dau. of John 
Bartholomew Evans of Wanfield 
Hall, CO. Stafford ; born 23 June 
1873 ; marr. at All Souls', Langham 
Place, London, on Saturday, 4 
March 1905. 



Hiria Mary, born at Ridgewood Place, Simla, India, on 
Sunday, 4 February 1906, bapt. at Christ Church, Simla. 



Geoffrey Ransome of Lindum= 
House, Newark-on-Trent, co. 
Nottingham ; born at 14 The 
Grove, The Boltons, South 
Kensington, 24 August 1867 ; 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1883. 



'Georgette Emma, elder 
dau. of Emile Brewer, 
Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honour, of 14 Rue 
Monsieur le Prince, 
Paris; marr. at I'Eglise 
du Saint Esprit, Paris, 
on Monday, 6 IMay 1 90 1 . 



Marcel Geoffrey Ransome, 
born in Paris 28 September 
1903. 



Maurice Alfred Ransome, 
born in Paris on Monday, 
2 December 1907. 



Christopher Hugh Ransome, born 
at 14 The Grove, The Boltons, South 
Kensington, on Saturday, 26 June 
1S69 ; died there on Wednesday, 18 
May 1870. 

Janet Mary, born at The Eukestons, 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 28 April 187 1. 



Gilbert Holland Ransome of Bungay, co.= 
Suffolk; born at The Eukestons, Clapham 
Common, on Saturday, 5 April 1873, 
bapt. at the parish church, Clapham ; 
educated at Ipswich and at St. George's 
Hospital, London ; M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1897 ; Surgeon All Hallows' Country 
Hospital, Ditchingham ; Author of " Some 
Causes of Sudden Death," and other works." 



=Helen Louise, 2nd dau. of 
Henry Edward Jones of Mar- 
den Ash, Ongar, co. Essex, by 
Louisa his wife, dau. of Chris- 
topher Home of New Grove, 
CO. Middlesex; born 12 May 
1872 ; marr. at High Ongar 
on Wednesday, 24 October 
1900. 



Emily Greaves, 
born at The 
Eukestons, Clap- 
ham Common, 
on Thursday, 6 
April 1876. 



Elizabeth Louisa Bedford, born at 
Bungay on Sunday, 6 April 1902, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Bungay. 



Margaret Ethel, born at Bungay on 
Thursday, 19 May 1904, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bungay. 



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Robert Ransome of=i=Sarah, 2nd dau. of 



Ipswich (see page 



Charles Coleby of 
Cley, CO. Norfolk. 



Sarah Jane, youngest=j=Robert Charles Ransome of Orwell Lodge,= 



dau. of Richard West- 
brook Baker of Cottes- 
more, CO. Rutland ; 
marr. at Cottesmore 
on Tuesday, 24 Octo- 
ber 1854 ; died, aged 
25, at Cottesmore on 
Monday, 4 February 
1856, bur. there, 
ist wife. 



Ipswich ; born at Ipswich i June 1830; Town 
Councillor for Ipswich 1857-77, Mayor 1867, 
Alderman 1877, J. P., Chairman of School 
Board 1871-83; died, aged 55, at Orwell 
Lodge, Ipswich, on Friday, 5 March 1886, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. Will 
dated 5 March i885, proved (Prin. Reg., 
572, 86), 9 June 1886, by William Alex- 
ander, George Jarvis Notcutt and Elizabeth 
Ransome, relict. 



=Elizabeth, of The Old 
Hall, Hethersett, co. 
Norfolk, eldest dau. of 
James Gibb of London, 
and of Calcutta, India; 
born 1 2 November 
1840 ; marr. at St. 
Matthew's, Brixton, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 
10 December 1864. 
2nd wife. 



George Ernest Moberly-rSarah Jane, born at Edward Wilmot Butler=j=Ethel Margaret, 



of Cottesmore, Ipswich 
(son of \Villiam Moberly 
of London) ; born i 
May 1846 ; died at 
Cottesmore, Ipswich, on 
Thursday, 3 August 
1905- 



Ipswich on Tuesday, 
14 August 1855 ; marr. 
at St. Matthias', Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 2 January 
1879; died, aged 44, 29 
August 1899, bur. in the 
cemetery at Ipswich. 
M.L 



Gray of Chorley Hall, 
Bridgnorth, co. Salop 
(eldest son of the Rev. 
Edward Gray of Don- 
nington Hall, Ledbury, 
CO. Hereford) ; born 
10 May 1854. 



born at Orwell 
Lodge, Ipswich, 
on Friday, i Feb- 
ruary 1867; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Callander, co. 
Perth, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 6 August 
1893. 



A 



Charles Wilson Ransome of West Hill, Brandeston, co. Suffolk ; born at=j=Rose Rebecca 



Orwell Lodge, Ipswich, on Sunday, 21 June 1868; educated at Harrow 
1883-86 ; died, aged 48, at Ipswich on Thursday, 30 November, bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich on Monday, 4 December 1916. 



Eley, marr. in 
1897. 



Robert Charles Gerard Lionel Ransome, Joan Elizabeth, born Virginia, born in 

Eley Ransome, born in 1899. in 1905. 1913- 

born in 1898. 

Angela, born in 1907 ; A daughter, born 
Godfrey Ransome, born died at Bexhill, co. in 19 15. 
in 1901. Sussex, in February 

1917. 



John Dillwyn Sims of Ipswich (son of= 
William Dillwyn Sims); died at 26 Fon- 
nereau Road, Ipswich, 30 December 1905. 
Will dated 22 September 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 248, 1906) 5 February 1906, 
by Mildred Sims, relict, and Charles 
May and John Barlow Thistlethwaite. 



A 



=Mildred, born at Orwell Lodge, Ipswich, on Monday, 
16 August 1869; M.B., CM. Glasg. 1896, L.M. 
Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, 1898 ; married at St. 
Jude's, South Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 
20 September 1898; died at 7 Bentinck Street, 
Manchester Square, London, on Saturday, 7 
August 1915. 



iiS 



John Eliot Hodgkin (son of John Hodgkin of Tottenham, co.=f=Sarah Jane, born in the parish 



Middlesex); F.S.A. i June 1865; F.R. Hist. Soc. ; Managing 
Director of the Pulsometer Engineering Company ; Author of 
"Monograms Ancient and Modern," 1866, and "Examples of 
Early English Pottery," i8gi ; died, aged 82, at the Woodlands, 
Upper Richmond Road, Putney, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 5 
October 19 12. Will dated 20 December 1906, with codicil 
dated 14 February 1911, proved (Prin. Reg. 1683, 12) 19 
November 1912, ijy Edith May (wife of Walter May), daughter, 
and Charles Ernest Hodgkin and Bernard Eliot Hodgkin, sons. 



of St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 
12 May 1834; marr. at the 
Friends' Meeting House, 
Ipswich, on Thursday, 12 
October 1854; died, aged 
59, at Childwall, Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 4 
November 1893. 



A 



James Edward Ransome of Holme Wood, Ipswich ; born at Ipswich= 
13 July 1839; 'I'own Councillor for Ipswich i November 1870; died, 
aged 65, at 4 Upper Wimpole Street, London, on Monday, 30 
January 1905, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. \Vill dated 18 May 
1903, with codicil dated 30 January 1905, proved at Ipswich 22 
February 1905, by Alice Ransome, relict, Edward Coleby Ransome, 
son, and Stephen Abbott Notcutt. 



=Alice, youngest dau. of 
Samuel Chilton Gross 
of Alderton, co. Suffolk ; 
bom at Alderton 13 
March 1837 ; marr. there 
4 November 1863. 



Edward Coleby Ransome of Highwood, Ipswich ; born= 
at Ipswich I September 1864, ba[)t. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich ; educated at Haileybury and at Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1883, B.A. 1886 ; Town Councillor for Ipswich i 
November 1907; Mayor 1912. 



=Florence Mitford, dau. of the Rev. John 
James Smith of Loddon, co. Norfolk, 
by Agnes Maria his wife, dau. of Joseph 
George Mitford; born at Loddon 25 
March 1858, bapt. there ; marr. at 
Grade, co. Cornwall, 29 June 1893. 



Bertram Coleby Ransome of Westerfield House, near=j=Phyllis Margaret, dau. of Edward 
Ipswich; born at Ipswich on Saturday, 22 October 1870, [ Packard of The Grove, Bramford, 
bapt. at St. Mary Stoke, Ipswich; educated at Harrow 1885 j co. Suffolk, by Ellen his wife, dau. of 



-88 ; died while on active service at Havre, 
aged 47, on Sunday, 30 June 191 8, bur. there. 



France, 



WaltonTurner of Ipswich; marr. at 
Bramford on Friday, 28 April 1899. 



Charles Edward Cedric Ransome, born at 
Ipswich I August 1900, bapt. at Bram- 
ford ; educated at Shrewsbury 1914-18; 
obtained a commission in the Royal 
Marines January 19 19. 



Philip Coleby Ransome, born at Ipswich 
I May 1903, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Ipswich ; entered the Royal Navy January 
1917. 



David Packard Ran- 
some, born at Ipswich 
17 February 1905, 
bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Ipswich. 

Margaret Hope, born 
at Ipswich 6 March 
1907, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Ipswich. 



John Bertram Ransome, 
born at Westerfield House, 
near Ipswich, 30 August 
1909, bapt. at Westerfield. 



Richard Barrett Ransome, 
born at Westerfield House 
20 March 1915, bapt. at 
Westerfield. 



Sir Frederic Arthur Hirtzel, K.C.B., of 47 Palace Court, Bayswater Hill,' 
London (eldest son of Frederic Hirtzel of Minehead, co. Somerset) ; 
born at Selhurst, co. Surrey, 14 May 1870; educated at Dulwich 
College and at Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 
1889, B.A. (Craven University Scholar) 1891, Fellow of Brasenose 
College 1895-1902 ; entered the India Office 1894, Private Secretary to 
the Secretaries of State for India, 1903 ; Secretary, Political and Secret 
Department, India Office, 1909, Assistant Under-Secretary of State 
for India, 1917 ; C.B. 28 June 1907, K.C.B. 19 June 1911. A\ 



=01ive, bom at Orwell 
Lodge, Ipswich, on 
Friday, 27 December 
1872 ; marr. at St. 
Margaret's, Westmin- 
ster, on Thursday, 20 
April 1899. 



119 



Stephen Dewar Holden of Woodstone, Watt's 
Avenue, Rochester, co. Kent (son of James 
Holden of Wanstead, co. Essex); born 24 
August 1869. 



/K 



'Alice Mabel, born at Ipswich on Sunday, 4 March 
1866; marr. at St. Clement's, Ipswich (by her 
brother, the Rev. Herbert Owen Ransome), on 
Thursday, 8 June 1899. 



Percy Ransome of Johannesburg, South=f=Ethel Emilie, dau. of J. P. Cooke of Estcourt, 



Africa ; born at Sunnyside, Ipswich, on 
Friday, 26 July 1867, bapt. at St. Clement's, 
Ipswich ; educated at Giggleswick Grammar 
School. 



Dorothy Alice, 
born at Booy- 
sens, Johan- 
nesburg, 22 
February, bapt. 
there 20 June 
1897. 



Natal, South Africa, by Frances Sarah Oliver his 
wife ; born at Maritzburg, Natal, 23 September, 
bapt. there 18 December 1870 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Johannesburg, 18 December 1895. 



Olliver James Ransome, born at 
Booysens, Johannesburg, 13 September 
1898, bapt. there 22 January 1899. 

Florence Maude, born at Benoni, 
Transvaal, 18 August, bapt. there 10 
November 1902. 



Percy John Stafford Ransome, born 
at Benoni, Transvaal, 6 February, 
bapt. there 8 July igo6. 

Robert Neil Ransome, born at 
Benoni, Transvaal, 31 May, bapt. 
there 22 September 1907. 



Andrew Sidney Ransome of The Lawns, Old Southgite, co. Middlesex ; = 
born at Sunnyside, Ipswich, on Sunday, 26 Sepiember, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Ipswich, 5 November 1869; educated at Haileybury and at 
Trinity College, Cambridi^'e, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1877, B.A. 
(Nat. Sci. Tripos) 1890, M.B., B.C. 1893, D.P.H. 1896; Medical Officer 
of Health for Southgate ; Author of "Gangrene of Limb during 
Convalescence from Diphtheria," 191 1. 



.Barbara Jane 
Tyldesley, born 
23 September 
1869 ; married 
at Waterloo, co. 
Lancaster, 7 
June 1897. 



Josephine Barbara, born at Chase Side, 
Southgate, on Tuesday, 7 June 1898. 



Robert St. George Tyldesley Ransome, 
born 22 June 1903. 



Rev. Herbert Owen Ransome, born at Ipswich i7=pMarion Eleanor, youngest dau. of 



February, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, on Ascension 
Day, 18 May 1871; educated at Haileybury and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1890, H.A. 1893, M.A. 1897; Curate of St. 
Matthew's, Leicester, 1894-98 ; Vicar of Wistow-cum- 
Newton Harcourt and Kilby, co. Leicester, 1898. 



AVilliam Byran Salisbury of Leicester, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Haslegrove of Wakefield, co. York ; 
marr. at the parish church, West 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, on Wednes- 
day, 21 September 1898. 



Maurice Edward Ransome, born at the Vicarage, Kilby, 
on Friday, 12 July, bapt. there 2 September 1901. 



Arthur Francis Stabb= 
of 132 Harley Street, 
Cavendish Square, 
London, M.D. (2nd 
son of \\'illiam Henry 
and Ellen Stabb) ; 
born 1 7 February 
1867; of Downing 
College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Easter 
Term 1 891; M.R.C.S. 
1889, M.B., B.C. 
1896, F.R.C.P. 1908, 
M.D. Lond. 



'Florence Gertrude, born 

at Sunnyside, Ipswich, 
on Sunday, 1 7 August, 
bapt. there privately 
and received into the 
church at St. Mar- 
garet's, Ipswich, 5 
September 1873; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Mary- 
lebone, London (by 
her brother, the Rev. 
Herbert Owen Ran- 
some), 20 June 1904. 



Rev. Granville Bourdas= 
Thurston ; educated at St. 
Paul's School and Scholar 
of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michael- 
mas Term 1883, B.A. (12th 
Sen. Opt.) 1886, M..\. 1891 ; 
Curate of Sutton, 1889-94, 
and of Warrington, both co. 
Lancaster, 1894-98; Rector 
of Lymm, co. Chester, 1898 ; 
Rural Dean of Bowdon, 
1902; died at the Rectory, 
Lymm, 11 July 1917- ^ 



=l)ora Evelyn, 
born at Sunny- 
side, Ipswich, 
20 November 
1877, bapt. at St. 
.Margaret's, Ips- 
wich, 17 Feb- 
ruary 1878 ; 
married at 
St.Ethelburga's, 
B i shopsgate 
Street, London, 
9 June 1914. 



k 



Eliza Wilder^Richard Ransome of Rushmere Cottage,=-p Harriet 



Rayner. 



Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey. 

{For issue see page 114.) 



! Keymer. 



Elizabeth Hun-= 
ton, marr. at 
the Friends' 
Meeting House, 
Stoke Newing- 
ton, CO. Middle- 
sex, 16 June 
1853; died, 
aged 33, 10 
April, bur. in 
the Friends' 
Burial Ground, 
Stoke Newing- 
ton, 1 3 April 
1854. I St wife. 



=Ed\vin Rayner Ransome^ 
of Rushmere Cottage, 
Wandsworth Common ; 
born at Colchester, co. 
Essex, 28 June 1823; 
died, aged 86, at 22 
North Side, Wandsworth 
Common, on Tuesday, 
17 May, bur. in the 
Friends' Meeting House, 
Wandsworth, on Saturday, 
21 May 19 10. Will dated 
7 August 1907, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1085, 10) i 
July 1910, by John Alfred 
Ransome, son, and Char- 
lotte Elizabeth Ransome, 
daughter, spinster. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of John= 
Dawson Watlock of 
Wandsworth, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of William 
and Mary Hickes of 
Godalming, co. Surrey ; 
born at Wandsworth 27 
January 1839 ; marr. at 
the Friends' Meeting 
House, Wandsworth, 7 
April 1859 ; died, aged 
36, 9 February, bur. 
in the Friends' Meeting 
House, Wandsworth, 
16 February 1875. ^^id 
wife. 



=Jane Henrietta Birkitt, 
marr. at Wandsworth in 
1875 ; died, aged 63, 
at 60 Gloucester Place, 
Marylebone, London, 12 
September, bur. in the 
Friends' Meeting House, 
Wandsworth, 16 Septem- 
ber 1890. Will dated 21 
May 1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1056,90)1 2 Novem- 
ber 1890, by Sheppard 
James Ransome, cousin, 
and Arthur James Ran- 
some, stepson. She mar- 
ried istly Joseph Dawson 
of Moyallan, co. Down. 
3rd wife. 




Z ^X.-t^'<^^^^ 



Arthur James Ransome of Aviemore, Court Hill, Banstead, co. Surrey ;= 
born at Wandsworth 14 March 1854. 



^A^»/V«A. 




=Ida, dau. of Ernst 
Schelp ; bom at 
Minden, Westphalia, 
27 November 1852 ; 
marr. there 1 June 
1877. 



Ernest Edwin= 
Ransome of 
Coulsdon, CO. 
Surrey ; born 
atOlton Lodge, 
Yardley, co. 
Worcester, 30 
March 1878. 



=Maude, dau. of 
Mark Plowman ; 
bom at Wanstead, 
CO. Essex, 19 
October 1876; 
marr. at Enfield, 
CO. Middlesex, 22 
March 1905. 



Bernard Ransome= 
of Chicago, U.S.A.; 
born at The Kite 
House, Yardley, 6 
March 1880. 



=Mabel, dau. of Frederick Hill of 
Mortimer, co. Berks, by Elizabeth Anne 
his wife ; born at Mortimer 19 February, 
bapt. there 31 May 1882; marr. at 
Mortimer 5 November 1905. 



Elfrieda Mabel, born at 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
26 December 1 906 ; bapt. 
at Winnetha, Illinois, 
U.S.A., 14 March 1915. 



Ralph Trevor Ransome, 
born at Wallington, co. 
Surrey, 31 January 1908, 
bapt. at Winnetha 14 
March 191 5. 



Thorwald Schelp,=Edith Margaretha, born at The Kite House, Yardley, 
son of Robert 21 June 1883; marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Schelp. Croydon, co. Surrey, 12 October 1905. 



Abraham Wallis (son of Abraham VVallis- 
of Springfield, co. Essex, by Mary Ann 
his wife, dau. of J. Marriage) ; born at 
Barnes Mill, Springfield, 27 March 1821 ; 
died I October, bur. in Manor Park 
Cemeter)', Forest Gate, co. Essex, 7 
October 1900. /\^ 



'Ellen, born at Spalding, co. Lincoln, Eliza, bom in 

13 November 1825; marr. at the 1829; died 

Friends' Meeting House, Ipswich, the following 

13 May 1847 ; died 24 February year. 
1898, bur. in Manor Park Cemetery. 



Egbert Ransome of Passaic, New=i=Blanche Gertrude, dau. of William F. Fellows of Canning, 



Jersey, U.S.A. ; born at North 
Street, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 
3 July 1 86 1 ; educated at Bootham 
School, York. 



King's County, Nova Scotia, by Augusta his wife, dau. of 
John and Eliza Best ; born at Canning 28 September 1868 ; 
marr. at Helena, Montana, U.S.A., 21 October 1890. 



Frank Edwin John P. Clifford of Birmingham, co.=Eliza Elizabeth, born at Helena, 

Ransome, born Warwick (son of John Clifford of Montana, 21 October 1894; marr. 

at Helena, Mon- Birmingham) ; born at Birmingham 27 at Passaic, New Jersey, on Monday, 

tana, 2 August December 1885. 17 August 1914. 
1891. 



Charlotte Eliza- 
beth, born at 
Wandsworth 29 
Novemberi862. 



John Pim Jackson Malcomson (son of=f=Marian, born at 



James Malcomson of Oaklands, Green 
Lane, Allerton Road, Liverpool, by 
Sarabella his wife, eldest dau. of John 
Pim Jackson of Belfast, co. Antrim (see 
" Visitation of Ireland," Vol. i., page /j) ; 
born at 13 The Mount, Mount Pottinger, 
Belfast, 23 November 1873; educated at 
Bootham School, York, 1888-92. /j\ 



Wandsworth 15 
July 1864 ; marr. 
at the Friends' 
Meeting House, 
Wandsworth, on 
Thursday, 20 
November 1902. 



Maria Louisa, 
born at Wands- 
worth 6 No- 
vember 1865. 



Harold Edwin Ransome, bom at Rushmere,= 
Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey, 2 September 
1868; died at Bovvgreave, Garstang, co. 
Lancaster, 3 February 19 13. Will dated 17 
March 1898, with codicil dated 27 February 
1900, proved at Lancaster 10 April 19 13, by 
John Alfred Ransome, brother, and Lewis 
Oakes. 



=Alice Jane, dau. of William Bertha, bom 

Oakes of Macclesfield, co. at Rushmere, 

Chester; born 23 October Wandsworth 

1873 ; married at the Common, 11 

Friends' Meeting House, June 1870. 
Manchester, 2 September 
1896. 



Edwin Oakes Ransome, born at Olive Alice, bom at Felix Harold Ransome, born at 
Warrington, co. Lancaster, 16 Lymm, co. Chester, Naunton Beauchamp, co. Worcester, 
September 1897. 12 February 1900. 5 August 1902. 



John Alfred Ransome of Shirley, Hill Cliffe,=j=Helen, dau. of Charles Edith Bessie, 



Warrington ; born at Rushmere, Wandsworth 
Common, 26 May 1873 > J-P- ^or co. Chester. 



Ci/U>£.<5tXU2_ 







Coleby Morland of bom at Rush- 
Croydon, CO. Surrey, mere, Wands- 
by Jane his wife ; bom worth Common, 

14 February 1876 ; 3 February 
marr. at the Friends' 1875. 
Meeting House, Croydon, 

15 September 1903. 



Joan, born at Lymm Peter Ransome, born in Lucy Helen, born Ruth Fryer, bom 
on Tuesday, 9 August London 29 November at Warrington 17 at Croydon 25 
J904. 1909- October 1915. November 1917. 



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aicton of (S^atacre ^arfe, co. ^alop. 



tJiJCn, r™2n. 




Edward Acton= 
Acton of Gatacre 
Park, CO. Salop ; 
died, aged 53, 
at Lowestoft, co. 
Suffolk, 5 April 
1822, bur. in the 
church at Oulton, 
CO. Suffolk. Will 
dated 5 April 1822, 
proved (P.C.C. 294 
Herschell) 7 June 
1822, by Frances 
Elizabeth Acton, 
the relict. 



Arms OH record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules two lions passant argent between nine 
crosses-crosslet fitchee or. 



=Frances Elizabeth, dau. of 
the Rev. John Grove 
Spurgeon, Rector of Clopton 
and Oulton, co. Suffolk, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of William 
Farrer of Cold Brayfield, 
CO. Buckingham ; marr. at 
Ipswich on Thursday, 27 
December 1804; died, aged 
95, at Carlton Hill, Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, on Sunday, 2 
March 1879, bur. at Little- 
ham, CO. Devon. Will dated 
in May 1854, proved at 
Exeter 17 March 1879, 
by Lieut. - Colonel Edward 
Farrer Acton, son. 



Lieut. -Colonel Edward Farrer Acton of Gatacre Park= 
(only son) ; born 25 September 1805 ; educated at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1832; Lieut.-Colonel Shropshire 
Militia ; J. P. and D. L. for the counties of Salop and 
Stafford ; Lord of the Manor and Patron of the living of 
Tasley, co. Salop ; died at Gatacre Park 28 November 1890, 
bur. at Tuck Hill, co. Salop. Will dated 7 March 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., iii, 91) 24 February 1891, by Edward 
William Frederick Acton, son. 



'Mary Anne, younger dau. of the 
Rev. Horace Suckling, Rector of 
Barsham, co. Suffolk, by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of George Jackson of 
Kentish Town, co. Middlesex ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 10 April 1832 ; died 7 July 
1890, bur. at Tuck Hill. 



Rev. George Ayton Whitaker (elder son of= 
the Rev. George Ayton Whitaker of Knoddis- 
hall, CO. Suffolk); born there 6 December 1833; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1853, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1864 ; 
Curate of TrysuU, co. Stafford, 1859-62, Rector 
of Henstead, co. Suffolk, 1862-1904; died on 
Christmas Day, bur. at Henstead 30 December 
1914. 



=Mary Henrietta, born at Bridgnorth, co. Salop, 
8 January 1833 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 17 February 1859; 
died at Gatacre Park on Saturday, 7 January 
1888, bur. at Tuck Hill. Admon (with will 
dated 17 February 1882) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 299, 88) 9 March 1888, to the Rev. George 
Ayton Whitaker, husband. 



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John James Harris of Hayne, co. Devon (youngep= 
son of Isaac Harris [formerly Donnithorne], of 
Hayne, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Christopher 
Harris of Hayne) ; died at Exmouth, co. Devon, 
28 February 1872, bur. at Littleham, co. Devon. 
Will dated 13 March 1865, proved at Exeter 
7 May 1872, by Frances Amelia Harris, the relict, 
and William Reinfred Arundell Harris Arundell. 



=Frances Amelia, 
marr. at Exmouth 
23 March 1854 ; 
died there in 
May 1888, bur. 
at Littleham. 



Emily Ann, died at 20 
The Beacon, Exmouth, 
15 February 1898, bur. at 
Littleham. Will dated 
9 February 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 385, 98) 
4 April 1898, by Edward 
William Frederick Acton, 
nephew. 



Edward William Frederick Acton of The Leasowes,==Helen Maria, dau. of William Parker 



Bridgnorth, co. Salop ; born at Bridgnorth 9 June 
1834; educated at the Royal Military College, Sand- 
hurst; Ensign 76th Foot 5 December 1851, Lieutenant 
13 July 1855, Captain 10 May 186 1, afterwards Captain 
ist Royal Cheshire Militia; J. P. for co. Salop; Lord of 
the Manor and Patron of the living of Tasley, co. Salop. 



Ranney of St. John, New Brunswick, 
Canada ; marr. at St. Andrew's, New 
Brunswick, 20 January 1855 ; died 
on Christmas Day 1887, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bridgnorth. 



John Kendal Brooke of Sibton Park, co. Suffolk (eldest=j=Helen Beatrice, bom 24 November 



son of John William Brooke of Sibton, by Jemima 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of James Brittain of Buenos Ayres, 
South America); born 31 March, bapt. at Sibton 26 June 
1856 ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 20 May 
1875, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882 ; of the Inner Temple, called 
to the Bar 9 June 1880 ; J. P. for co. Suffolk. He married 
2ndly, 24 September 1901, Katharine Frances, dau. of 
Arthur Heywood of Glevering, co. Suffolk. 

(See Pedigree of Brooke, Vol. r, page 7./, and 

Addenda, Vol. 11, page Hi.) ^ 



1855, bapt. at St. John, New Bruns- 
wick, 25 January 1856; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don (by her uncle, the Rev. George 
Ayton Whitaker), on Tuesday, 18 
April 1882 ; died at Sibton Park 
4 February 1897, bur. at Sibton. 
Adfnon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 19 March 1897, to John 
Kendall Brooke, husband. 



£ij..U,M£j^ <^Uc^ A<^^ 



IBS 



if^lortimer of lUigmore, Capel, to. ^urrep. 

Arms. — Barry of six or and azure on a chief of the first two pallets 
between two base esquires of the second over all an 
inescutcheon ermine charged with a lion passant gules. 

Crest. — A stag's head caboshed proper. 

Motto. — Virtutum avorum aemulus. 



Charles Mortimer of Streatham Common, co. Surrey=^Maria, dau. of William Sims of 



(3rd son of Charles Smith Mortimer of Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir John Russell 
of Eastbourne); born 4 December 1776 ; Treasurer to 
the Hon'^'^ East India Company ; died, aged 63, at 
Streatham Common on Monday, 11 May 1840, bur. 
at Streatham. Will dated 7 December 1838, proved 
(P.C.C. 354 Ardtn) 27 May 1840, by Charles Smith 
Mortimer and Henry Mortimer, sons. 



Newington Place, co. Surrey ; marr. 
at Streatham on Thursday, 18 June 
1807 ; died at Thornton Heath, co. 
Surrey, 6 May 1862, bur. at 
Streatham. Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 20 September 
1862, to Charles Smith Mortimer, 
son. 



Charles Smith Mortimer of= 
Wigmore, Capel, co. Surrey ; 
born 2 I March 1 808 ; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted 
1823 ; a Director of the 
London and South-Western 
Railway Company ; died, aged 
83, at Wigmore, on Tuesday, 
1 2 J anuary 1 892, bur. at Capel. 
Adfnon granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 12 April 1892, 
to Charles Mortimer, son. 



^Harriet, youngest dau. of John 
Fuller of Coulsdon Court and of 
Croydon, both co. Surrey ; marr. 
at the parish church, Croydon, 27 
July 1836; died, aged 76, at 
Wigmore, Capel, on Monday, 
I January 1894, bur. at Capel. 
Adrnon granted at the Principal 
Registry 29 March 1894, to 
Charles Mortimer, son. 



Henry Mortimer of Wigmore, 
Capel ; born i September 
1809; educated at Charter- 
house, admitted 1823; died 
unmarried, aged 69, at 
Buckingham Palace Hotel, 
London, on Tuesday, 3 June 
1879, bur. at Streatham. 
Adrnon granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 18 June 1879, 
to Charles Smith Mortimer, 
brother. 



Charles Mortimer of Wigmore, Capel, co.= 
Surrey; born 19 April 1837, bapt. at 
Croydon ; educated at Rugby, admitted 
August 185 1 ; J.P. for the counties of 
London and Surrey ; a Director of the 
Great Western Railway Company, Chairman 
of the Union Assurance Society and of the 
Railway Clearing House. 



^Elizabeth Prentis, only surviving child of Beriah 
Drew, J. P., Lord of the Manor of Leigham Court, 
Streatham, co. Surrey, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of G. Prentis of The Palace, Maidstone, co. 
Kent ; born at Streatham ; marr. at the parish 
church, Weybridge, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 3 
September 1867. 



Charles Henry Mortimer of Royton Chase, Byfleet,=j=Alice, 2nd dau. of Jasper Knight of 



CO. Surrey ; born at Wigmore on Tuesday, 4 January 
1870; educated at Rugby and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1889 ; 
B.A. 1892 ; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 
28 January 1895. 



Charles Knight Mortimer, 
born 15 February 191 3, 
bapt. at Byfleet. 



Wimbledon, co. Surrey ; born i J une 1885; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London 
(by the Rev. John Hamilton Mortimer), 
on Thursday, 23 June 19 10. 



Rosemary Alice, born 23 
March 1915, bapt. at 
Byfleet. 



126 



Lucy Burgess, only dau. of John Gough=|=Percy Mortimer of Ashe= 



Nichols, F.S.A., of Holmwood Park, Dorking, 
CO. Surrey, and of Parliament Street, West- 
minster, by Lucy his wife, eldest dau. of 
Frederic Lewis of Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 
Commander Royal Navy ; marr. at 
Holmwood, CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, i June 
1869; died at Holmwood Park on Wednes- 
day, 9 January 1889, buried at Holmwood. 
I St wife. 



Park, Overton, co. Hants, 
and of Ricards Lodge, 
Wimbledon, CO. Surrey; born 
27 February 1841 ; educated 
at Eton, admitted 1856 ; 
J. P. for the counties of 
Surrey (1898) and Hants 
(1905), Lord of the Manor 
of Ashe. 



-Anne, dau. of 
William Wood- 
ward Doke of 
Oaklawn, Wim- 
bledon Park ; 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Wimble- 
don, on Saturday, 
21 May 1892. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. John Hamilton Mortimer, born at Holm Lodge, Mabel Lucy, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 13 August 1872, born at Wim- 
bapt. at the parish church, Wimbledon ; educated at bledon on Sun- 
Eton, admitted 1886, and at Magdalen College, day, 26 July 
Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1891 ; B.A. and i874,bapt.atthe 
M.A. 1894 ; Curate of Christ Church, Spitalfields, parish church, 
CO. Middlesex, 1898-99, of St. Clement's, Oxford, Wimbledon. 
1899-1904; Vicar of Marston, co. Oxford, 1905. 



Florence Maria, 
born at 23 Sum- 
ner Place, South 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, onThursday, 
9 March 1876, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, South 
Kensington. 



Robert Bruce Major Benjamin Henry Noel Hans= 

Mortimer, born Hamilton (eldest son of His Honour 

at Ricards Judge Henry Best Hans Hamilton 

Lodge, Wimble- of Withnell Hall, co. Lancaster, by 

don, on Sunday, Margaret Gordon his wife, eldest 

28 October dau. of John Bond-Cabbell of 

1877, bapt. atthe Cromer Hall, co. Norfolk); educated 

parish church, at Harrow, admitted January 1897, 

Wimbledon ; and at the Royal Military Academy, 

educated at Woolwich, 1900 ; Major Royal Air 

Eton, admitted Force 1918; served in European War 

January 1891. 1916. ^ 



=Ida, born at Ricards 
Lodge, Wimbledon, 
on Thursday, 2 Oc- 
tober 1879, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Wimbledon ; marr. 
there (by her brother, 
the Rev. John Hamil- 
ton Mortimer), on 
Saturday, 7 July 
1906. 



Henry Nichols 
Mortimer, bom 
at Ricards 
Lodge, Wimble- 
don, on Satur- 
day, 4 June 
r88i, bapt. at 
the parish 
church, Wimble- 
don; educated at 
Eton, admitted 
September 1894. 



Leonard Mortimer, born at Ladbroke House, Redhill, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 5 February 
1871; educated at Clifton College and at Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 20 
January 1890. 



127 



Major Robert Frederick Lewis= 
Turner of Wimbledon, co. Surrey 
(son of John Turner of Oak- 
lands, Wimbledon) ; born in 
1869; educated at Eton; Major 
Horse Artillery, Honourable 
Artillery Company, 14 April 

1913- 



=Eleanor Irene, born at Ricards 
Lodge, Wimbledon, on Thurs- 
day, 16 August 1883, bapt. at 
the parish church, Wimbledon ; 
marr. there (by her brother, the 
Rev. John Hamilton Mortimer), 
on Thursday, 20 April 191 1. 



-K 



Arthur Mortimer, born 
at Ricards Lodge, 
Wimbledon, on Tues- 
day, 9 August 1887, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Wimbledon ; 
educated at Winton, 
Winchester and Wye 
College ; served with 
Mesopotamia Expedi- 
tionary Force. 



Ernest Mortimer of The Red= 
House, Wrentham, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Morden House, Betch- 
worth, CO. Surrey, on Monday, 13 
March 1876, bapt. at Betchworth. 



-Katherine Lucy, youngest dau. of the Rev. Henry Knowles 
Creed, Rector of Chedburgh, co. Suffolk ; marr. at SS. 
Philip and St. James', Oxford (by the Rev. Algernon Henry 
George Creed and the Rev. John Hamilton Mortimer), on 
Tuesday, 8 November 1904. 



Reginald Mortimer (twin with Sidney), born at 
Morden House, Betchworth, on Saturday, 25 August 
1877, bapt. at Betchworth; educated at Harrow, 
admitted 1891, and at Magdalen College, Oxford; 
2nd Lieutenant Labour Corps July 1917; Acting 
Captain October 1918; served in European War. 



Sidney Mortimer (twin with Reginald), 
born at Morden House, Betchworth, 
on Saturday, 25 August 1877, bapt. at 
Betchworth ; educated at Harrow, 
admitted 1891, and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, B.A. (4th-class Mod. 
Hist.) 1901. 



Harold Egerton Dennis of St. Leonard's= 
Park, Horsham, co. Sussex (4th son of 
James Hawke Dennis of Grenehurst 
Park, Capel, co. Surrey, by Mary Jane 
his wife, dau. of Richard Martyn) ; born 
at Marlfield, West Derby, co. Lancaster, 
bapt. at West Derby ; educated at 
Sherborne School. 



=Evelyn, born at Reigate, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 27 April 
1880 ; marr. at Capel, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Arthur James 
William Howell, the Vicar, and 
the Rev. John Hamilton 
Mortimer), on Tuesday, 24 
November 1903. 



Elsie, born at 97 
Marina, St. Leo- 
nard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Tues- 
day, 28 February 



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e 



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128 



CItbe of 12af)ttficll). ro. I^ereforti, 

Arms. — Argent on a fess sable three mullets or. 
Crest.— A. griffin passant argent ducally gorged gules. 
Motto. — .\udacter et sincere. 



Edward Bolton Clive of Wormbridge and of Wliitfield, both=| 
CO. Hereford, eldest son of George Clive of Wormbridge, 
M.P. (and grandson of the Rev. Benjamin Clive, Rector of 
Adderley, co. Salop, see ^'Noies " to " Visitation of England and 
IVaies," Vol. ii, page 26), by Sydney his wife, dau. and heir of 
Thomas Bolton of Knock, co. Louth ; Comet 6th (Inniskilling) 
Dragoons 26 January 1785, Lieutenant and Captain ist Regiment 
of Foot Guards 24 September 1788; a prisoner in France for 
many years; High Sheriff for co. Hereford 1802; M.P. for 
Hereford 20 June 1826 until his death; died, aged 80, at 
the house of his youngest son George, near Croydon, 
CO. Surrey, 22 July, bur. at Wormbridge 30 July 1845. 
Will dated 24 April 1845, proved (P.C.C. 628, 45) 20 August 
1845, by the Rev. Archer Clive, son. 



Hon'''"= Harriet (Archer), 
youngest dau. and coheir of 
.-Andrew, 2nd Baron Archer 
of Umberslade, co. Warwick, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
James West, F.R.S.,of Alscot, 
CO. Gloucester (see ^^ Notes" to 
" Visitation of England and 
Wales" Vol. 6, page 707) ; 
bom 25 November, bapt. at 
Tamworth, co. Warwick, 24 
December 1769 ; marr. by 
special licence at the Earl of 
Plymouth's house in Bruton 
Street, London, on Sunday, 
5 December 1790. 



Colonel Edward Clive, bom 14 
November 1793; educated at 
Harrowi8o5-i i (monitoriSi i); 
joined the Grenadier Guards 
as Ensign 4 July 1811, 
Lieutenant and Captain 18 13, 
Captain and Lieut. -Colonel 1826, 
Major and Colonel 1 5 May 1 840 ; 
served in the Peninsular War 
1814-15, including battles of 
Quartre Bras and Waterloo and 
the taking of Peronne ; died 
unmarried, aged 51, in Grafton 
Street, London, on Monday, 
14 April, bur. with military 
honours at Wormbridge 21 
April 1845. Admon was 
granted (P.C.C.) in May 1845. 



Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield,= 
born 16 March 1800, bapt. at 
St. Marylebone, London ; educated 
at Harrow 181 2-1 7 (monitor 
1816), of Brasenose College, 
O.^ford, matriculated 18 February 
1817, B.A. (2nd-class Lit. Hum.) 
1820, ALA. 1823; Rector of Soli- 
hull, co. Warwick, 5 February 1829 
-48; Prebendary of HerefordCathe- 
dral 1850, Chancellor of the Choir 
1868; J. P. and D.L. for the 
counties of Hereford and War- 
wick ; Author of " A Few Words 
on the Poor Law " ; died, aged 
78, at Whitfield on Tuesday, 17 
September 1878. Will dated 22 
December 1875, proved at Here- 
ford 16 October 1878, by Charles 
Meysey Bolton Clive, son. 



Caroline, 2nd dau. and 
coheir of Edmund Meysey 
Wigley of Shakenhurst, co. 
Worcester, M.P., by Anna 
Maria his wife, only sur- 
viving dau. of Charles 
Watkins Meysey ; born at 
Brompton Grove, London, 
24 June 1801 ; niarr. at 
Bayton, co. Worcester, 
10 November 1840 ; 
Authoress of " Paul Fer- 
roll," "Poems by V." and 
other works ; died, aged 
72, by an accident from 
fire while writing at 
Whitfield, on Sunday, 13 
July 1873. 



Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield ; born at= 
the Rectory, Solihull, on Sunday, 30 January 1842, 
bapt. at Solihull ; of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 January 1861 ; J. P. for co. Hereford; Major 
Hereford Rifle Volunteers 1872 ; died, aged 41, at 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on Saturday, 11 August 
1883, bur. at Wormbridge. Will dated 8 May 1883, 
proved at Hereford 29 October 1883, by the Hon*"'' 
George Herbert \Vindsor Windsor-Clive, cousin. 



=Lady Katherine Elizabeth Mary Julia 
(Feilding), youngest dau. of William 
Basil Percy, 7 th Earl of Denbigh ; 
born 16 December 1842; marr. at 
St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. Middlesex (by 
the Rev. Archer Clive), 10 January 
1867 : died at 6 South Eaton Place, 
London, on Monday, 10 July 1882, 
bur. at Wormbridge. 



129 



George Clive of Perrystone Court, co.=f=Ann Sybella Martha, 2nd dau. of Sir 
Hereford, and Ballycroy, co. Mayo. | Thomas Harvie Farquhar, Baronet. 

A 

{For issue see page 132.) 



Major-General William Wilberforce Harris Greathed, C.B. (youngest son of=j=A!ice, born at 
Edward Greathed [formerly Harris], Captain 3rd Dragoon Guards, by Mary Solihull, co. War- 
Elizabeth his wife, only dau. of Sir Richard Carr Glyn, Baronet); born in wick, in 1843; 
Paris 21 December 1826; educated at Addiscombe ; entered the Bengal marr. at Worm- 
Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant 9 December 1844, Lieutenant 1852, Captain bridge,co.Here- 
and Major 1858, Lieut.-Colonel 1861, Colonel 1868, Major-General ford, 2 2 October 
I October 1877; Chief Engineer (ist-class) Public Works Department, 1863; died in 
Joint Secretary to Government Irrigation Works ; Assistant Military Secretary London 27 De- 
to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, Commander-in-Chief, 1861-65; cember 1915, 
constructed Agra Canal from the Jumna and Lower Ganges Canal 1873 ; buried at Ham- 
served with Punjab Campaign 1848-49, throughout the operations preston. 

before Mooltan (mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps) ; 

appointed A.D.C. to Lieut.- Governor of the North-West Provinces at 
the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny 1857, served at Agra and Delhi (C.B.); served throughout 
the siege of Delhi as Director of the left attack (severely wounded at the storming of the 
city 14 September r857); at actions of Gungeree, Puttialee and Mynpoory ; a Directing 
Engineer throughout the siege and capture of Lucknow (frequently mentioned in despatches, 
Major by brevet, medal with two clasps) ; in the China Expedition of i860, as extra A.D.C. 
to Sir Robert Napier, present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, storming of the Taku 
Forts and surrender of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet, medal 
with two clasps); died at 30 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 29 December 1878, bur. 
at Hampreston, co. Dorset, 4 January 1879. Will dated 14 December 1867, with codicil 
dated 9 February 1876, proved (Prin. Reg. 42, 79) 25 January 1879, by Alice Greathed, 
the relict, Sir Edward Harris Greathed, K.C.B., and Charles Meysey Bolton Clive. A^ 



MabeV Adelaide, 
born at 1 7 South 
Eaton Place, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 5 July 
1871 ; a nun. 



Colonel Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield and Wormbridge,=j=Alice Muriel, 



both CO. Hereford; born at 17 South Eaton Place 13 youngest dau. of 
March 1873 ; educated at Eton and at Royal Military Colonel George 
College, Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 4 Frederick Dal- 
November 1891, Lieutenant 19 August 1896, Captain 21 las; marr. 25 
October 1899, retired 1906 ; of the Reserve of Officers 1907 ; January 1905. 
employed with West African Frontier Force 27 November 
1897 to 24 June 1899, served in Expedition to Anam 1S98 d 

(medal with clasp); in South African War as Special Service Officer 1899 
-1 90 1 (Queen's medal with five clasps) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford ; 
M.P. for South Herefordshire October 1900 to January 1906, 31 January 1908, J.muary 1910 
and 12 December 1910; Parliamentary Private Secretary (unpaid) to Secretary of State for 
India (Lord George Hamilton) 1902, to Financial Secretary of the Admiralty 1903-1904, 
and to the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Right Hon'''= Austen Chamberlain) 1905 ; 
rejoined Grenadier Guards in August 1914 ; commanded 7th Battalion East Yorkshire 
Regiment May 1916 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," zz June 1915, Legion 
of Honour [sth-class], Croix de Guerre, twice wounded) ; killed in action in P'rance in 
April 1918. 



130 



Yen'"'"' Henry Wetherell, Archdeacon of Hereford (sth son of the= 
Very Rev. Nathan Wetherell, D.D., Dean of Hereford, by Richarda 
his wife, dau. of Alexander Croke of Stiidley Priory, Oxford) ; born 
at Oxford in 1775 ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 28 
July 1791, demy 1791-99, B.A. 1795, M.A. 1798, Proctor 1802, 
Fellow University College 1802, B.D. 1817 ; Rector of Thruxton 
1799, of Kentchurch 1S18, and Vicar of Kingston, all co. Hereford, 
Archdeacon of Hereford 1825-52, Prebendary of Gloucester 1825 ; 
Chaplain to H.R.H. the Duke of Kent ; died, aged 83, at the 
College Green, Gloucester, 23 December 1857. Will dated 26 April 
1848, proved at Gloucester 30 June 1858, by Nathan Wetherell, 
nephew. 



^Harriet Maria, died at 
Anlaby House, Pitville, 
Cheltenham, co. Glou- 
cester, 8 December 1864. 
Will dated 20 October 
i860, proved at Glou- 
cester 16 December 1864, 
by the Rev. Archer Clive, 
brother. 



Wilfred Meysey Clive, bom at 1 7 South 
Eaton Place, London, on Saturday, 22 
August 1874 ; Secretary in the Diplo- 
matic Service 1 901; accidentally killed 
at Dominica, Lesser Antilles, West 
Indies, 10 December 1901. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
9 April 1902, to Percy Archer Clive, 
brother. 



Robert Henry Clive,= 
born 27 December 
1877 ; Attach^ in 
Diplomatic Service 25 
January 1902, 3rd 
Secretary 23 April 
1904, 2nd Secretary 
I August 1908 ; ist 
Secretary 19 15. 



=Magdalen, youngest dau. of 
Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir- 
Mackenzie, G.C.B., K.C., by 
Amelia his wife, dau. of William 
Graham, ^LP. ; bom 7 May 
1882; marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Monday, 10 
July 1905. 



Peter Clive. Robert Wilfred Kenneth Clive, 
born 6 February 1909. 



Amy Catherine, bom at 7 Kollerweg, 
Berne, Switzerland, on Monday, 6 
January 19 13. 



Archer Clive, Gilbert Francis Molyneux Ogilvy of Glade House, = 

born at Whit- Burgh Heath, co. Surrey (4th son of Sir Reginald 

field, CO. Hert- Howard Alexander Ogilvy, loth Baronet, by Olivia 

ford, on Friday, Barbara [Kinnaird] his wife, dau. of George 

22 August; died William Fox, 9th Baion Kinnaird, K.T.); born 

on Sunday, 24 at Auchterhouse, co. Forfar, 9 April 1868; of 

August 1879. University College, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 
1888, B.A. (4th History) 1892. 



=Marjory Katharine, bom 
at South Eaton Place 
on Monday, 2 May 
1881 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 
1 1 June 1912. 



Judith, bom at 21 
Chester Street, Gros- 
venor Place, London, 
on Wednesday, i 
November 1905. 



Meysey George Dallas Clive, 
bom at 17 Lexham Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 25 April 1907. 



I. 
Lewis Clive, 
bom 8 Sep- 
tember 1910. 



Virginia, born at 40 
Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Friday, 
14 March 19 13. 



»3i 



Clibe of ^errpstone Court, co. ^ereforli, 
anD of iSaU2)crop, to. iila^o. 



George Clive of Perrystone Court, co. Hereford, and of= 
Ballycroy, co. Mayo (youngest son of Edward Bolton Clive, 
see page I2g) ; born at Verdun Champagne, France, in October 
1805; educated at Harrow (18 16-1822) and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1822, B.A. 1826, M.A. 
1829; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 29 June 1830; 
Assistant Poor Law Commissioner [836-39, Police Magistrate 
for Kensington and Wandsworth 1839-47, Judge of Southwark 
County Court March 1847-58, Recorder of Wokingham 
1857-70; M.P. for Hereford 14 February 1857 to 9 March 
1869 and 3 February 1874 to March 1880, Under-Secretary of 
State for the Home Department June 1859 to November 1862 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, Chairman Quarter Sessions 
January 187 1 till death ; died, aged 74, at Perrystone Court 
7 June 1880. Will dated 23 March 1876, with codicil dated 
26 September 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 570, 80) 31 July i88o, 
by Lieut.-Colonel Edward Henry Clive, son. 



=Anne Sybella Martha, 2nd dau. 
of Sir Thomas Harvie Farqu- 
har, 2nd Baronet, by Sybella 
Martha his wife, only dau. and 
heir of the Rev. .Morton Rock- 
cliffe of Woodford, co. Essex ; 
marr. at St. James', Westmin- 
ster, 2 May 1835 ; died at 
Perrystone Court 16 February 
1907. Will dated 10 May 
1890, with two codicils dated 
18 February 1902 and 3 
November 1904, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 557, 1907) 19 April 1907, 
by General Edward Henry 
Clive, son. 



Humphrey Francis= 
Mildmay of Shore- 
ham Place, CO. Kent 
(eldest son of Hum- 
phrey St. John 
Mildmay, M.P., by 
the Hon*"'' Anne 
Eugenia [Baring] 
liis I St wife, eldest 
dau. of Alexander, 
1st Lord Ashbur- 
ton) ; born on 
Christmas Day 

1825 ; M.P. for CO. 
Hereford 2 May 
1859 to 6 July 
1865 ; marr. at 
How Caple, co. 
Hereford (by the 
Rev. Archer Clive), 
4 June 1861 ; died 
at 46 Berkeley 
Square, London, 29 
November 1866. 
Will dated 13 Oc- 
tober 1864, with 
codicil dated 1 7 
November 1865, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
46, 67) 17 Jan- 
uary 1867, by 
Henry Bingham 
Mildmay, brother. 
1st husband 



=Sybella Harriet,= 
born 20 June 
1836; died, aged 
64, at 25 Ennis- 
more Gardens, 
Ken s i n gto n, 
London, on 
Sunday, 9 De- 
cember, buried 
at Hagley, co. 
Worcester, 1 2 
DecemberiQoo; 
memorial ser- 
vice at Holy 
Trinity, Bromp- 
ton, London, 
same day. Will 
dated 28 Octo- 
ber 1896, with 
codicil dated 
16 April 1900, 
proved at Here- 
ford 1 2 Febru- 
ary 1 90 1, by 
Henry Bingham 
Mildmay and 
Edward Henry 
Clive, brother. 



=George William, 4th Lord Lyttelton, K.C. M.G. ; bom in 
Savile Row, Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 31 Marcli 
1817 ; educatetl at Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted Pensioner 13 November 1833, Fellow 
Commoner 17 October 1834, matriculated 1835, B.A. 
and M.A. (Chancellor's medal and senior classic) 1838, 
Hon. LL.D. 1862, Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford 22 June 
1870, Fellow of Eton College; succeeded his father as 
4th Baron 30 April 1837 ; Lord- Lieutenant of co. 
Worcester 1839; Principal of Queen's College, Birming- 
ham, 1853, President of the Birmingham and Midland 
Institute 1853, one of the Founders, and for many years 
President of the Saltley Training College ; Under 
Secretary of State for the Colonies January to July 1846 ; 
served on the Public Schools Inquiry Commission i86i. 
Chief Commissioner of Endowed Schools 1869; Fellow 
of the Royal Society 1840; Privy Councillor and 
K.C.M.G. in 1869 ; Author of "The Four Gospels" and 
other works, and (with the Rt. Hon'''= William Ewart 
Gladstone), a volume of translations, including a 
portion of Milton's " Comus " and Tennyson's "Lotus 
Eaters " into Greek, and " The Deserted Village " and 
Gray's "Ode to Adversity" into Latin ; marr. at Foy, 
CO. Hereford (by the Rev. the Hon'''= William Lyttelton), 
10 June 1869 ; died at 18 Park Crescent, Regent's Park, 
London, 18 April 1876, bur. in the church in Hagley 
Park, 22 April 1876. Will dated 30 September 1870, 
with codicil dated 15 November 1871, proved at Wor- 
cester 6 September 1876, by Charles Cieorge, Baron 
Lyttelton, son. Portrait in Crayons by George Richmond, 
R.A., for Grillon's Club, and anoth^r by the same artist 
at Hagley. He married istly, 25 July 1S39, Mary,*dau. 
of Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, 8th Baronet ; she died 
17 August 1857, at Hagley Park. 2nd husband. 



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General Edward Henry Clive of Perrystone Court, co. Hereford, and of= 
Ballycroy, co. Mayo ; born 23 September 1837 ; educated at Harrow 
(1851-54); Ensign Rifle Brigade 18 August 1854, Ensign and Lieutenant 
Grenadier Guards 8 December following. Lieutenant and Captain 1857, 
Captain and i^ieut.- Colonel 1864, Colonel (by brevet) 1876, Major-General 
1885, Lieut. -General 1892, General (retired) 19 December 1898; A.Q.M.G. 
Southern District 1871-73, A.A.G. Home District 1873-76, Brigadier- General 
Guards' Brigade, Cyprus, 27 July to September 1885, Commandant Staff 
College 1885-88, Governor and Commamlant Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 
1888-93; Colonel 8th (King's) Liver[)ool Regiment 1906; served in Crimean 
Campaign 1S55-56; J. P. for co. Hereford 1878, J. P. and D.L. for co. Mayo; 
M.P. for Hereford 30 March 1869 to February 1871; died, aged 78, at 25 
Ennismore Gardens, Kensington, London, on Wednesday, i March 1916. 
Will dated 21 April 19 13, with two codicils dated 13 March 19 14 and 24 
December 1915, proved (Prin. Reg., 814, 16) 12 May 1916, by Colonel George 
Sidney Clive and Captain Charles Clifton Orby Gascoigne. 



'Isabel, eldest 
daughter of 
Daniel Hale 
WebbofWyke- 
ham Park, co. 
Oxford ; marr. 
at St. Paul's 
Knightsbridge, 
London, on 
Thursday, 9 
January 1867. 



Robert Webb Clive, 
born at 25 Chester 
Street, Grosvenor 
Place, London, on 
Monday, 14 Octo- 
ber 1867 ; died 
there, aged 8 
months, on Tues- 
day, 16 June 1868. 



Charles Clifton Orby Gascoigne= 
(son of Lieut. -Colonel Clifton 
Gascoigne, Grenadier Guards) ; 
born 7 March 1870 : 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Seaforth Highlanders 
28 February 1894, Lieutenant 
1895, Captain 1901, retired 22 
April 1905 ; of the Reserve of 
Officers 2 February 1901 ; re- 
joined Seaforth Highlanders and 
served in European War 19 14 
(severelywoundedat Loos 1915). 



=Sybil Mary, bom at 
25 Chester Street, 
Grosvenor Place, on 
Friday, 29 January 
1869 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensington 
(by her uncle, the Rev. 
the Hon*"'' Arthur 
Temple Lyttelton), 
on Thursday, 23 July 
1896. 



Isabel Kathleen, 
born at Westfield 
House, South- 
sea, CO. Hants, 
on Tuesday, 25 
February 1873. 



Brigadier-General George Sidney Clive, C.B., D.S.O., of Perrystone Court; 
born at 78 Chester Square, London, on Thursday, 16 July 1874 ; educated I 
at Harrow (1888-92) and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 21 October 1893, Lieutenant 1897, Captain 
1900, Major 1909, Lieut. -Colonel T915, Colonel (by brevet) i January 
191 7, General Staff Officer, Army Headquarters, 1905; served in Nile 
Expedition 1898, at battle of Khartoum (Egyptian medal with clasp 
and medal); in South African War with Grenadier Guards 1899-1900 
(Queen's medal with five clasps) ; in European War, as head of the 
British Mission with the French 1914-18 (Brigadier-General 1915); 
Head of Intelligence 1918, and Chief of Staff to Military Governor, 
Cologne (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 17 February 19 15, 
4 January 191 7 and 11 December 191 7, Colonel by brevet, Legion of 
Honour, 5th-class, C.B. 1918, D.S.O. 1915). 



'Madeline Lawrence, 
2nd dau. of Francis 
William Buxton of 
Pishobury, co. Hert- 
ford, M.P., by the 
Hon*"'' Mary his 
wife, dau. of John, 
Baron Lawrence, 
G.C. B. ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on Mon- 
day, 26 March 1901. 



Archer Francis Lawrence Clive, 
born at 42 Grosvenor Gardens, 
London, on Wednesday, 24 June 
1903, bapt. at Yatton, co. Hereford; 
educated at New Brecon, Sevenoaks, 
and at Harrow, admited January 
1917. 



Robert Patrick Clive, bom at 42 Grosvenor Gardens 
on Sunday, n September 1904, bapt. at the Guards' 
Chapel, VVellington Barracks, London; died, aged 3 
years and 7 months, at the White House, Camberley, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, 5 April 1908, bur. at Foy, co. 
Hereford. 



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Archer Anthony Clive, bom 26 April 1842, 
bapt. at Uitchleys, co. Kent ; educated at 
Harrow (1855-60), monitor 1859, Exhibi- 
tioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1861, 
matriculated 13 October i860, B.A. (ist- 
class Mods, and Lit. Hum.) 1864, M.A. 

1867 ; Fellow of Lincoln College 1863-77 i 
of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar in 

1868 ; died unmarried, aged 32, at 13 
Mansfield Street, Portland Place, London, 
on Friday, 12 October 1877. Adfhon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 13 Decem- 
ber 1877, to Colonel Edward Henry Clive, 
son of George Clive, father and next-of-kin. 



Charles Farquhar Clive=^Anna Elizabeth, of 24 



of Collaroy, Merriwa, 
New South Wales, 
Australia; born 16 
February 1847 ; died, 
aged 36, at Collaroy on 
Friday, 31 October 1884, 
bur. there. Will dated 18 
December 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 15, 86) 
14 January 1886, by 
Colonel Edward Henry 
Clive, brother. 



Campden Hill Gardens, 
Kensington, London, 
dau. of Edward Spof- 
forth of Sydney, New 
South Wales, l)y Anna 
his wife, dau. of Captain 
Thomas Macdonell, 
R.N., of Hokianga, New 
Zealand ; born at How- 
den, CO. York ; marr. at 
Sydney on Thursday, 25 
June 1874. 



William Milner Ratcliff (elder son of=rAnnie Kathleen, Archer Spofrorth=f=Ethel Wilson, dau. 



Daniel Rowlinson Ratcliff of West 
Lulworth, Wareham, co. Dorset, by 
Jane his wife, only child and heir of 
William Milner of Liverpool) ; born 
at Mossley Hill, near Liverpool, 12 
May 1868 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 18S7, B.A. 
1891. 

{See Pedigree of Ratcliff, Vol. j, 
page 140, and Addenda, 
Vol. 5, page vii.) 



born at Sydney 
on Thursday, 5 
August 1875; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, 
9 July 1896. 



Clive of Ku- 
nimbla, Fitzroy 
Street, North 
Sydney ; born at 
Sydney on Satur- 
day, 15 Novem- 
ber 1879. 



of Thomas Ryan 

of Molong, New 
South Wales; marr. 
at Molong 26 
December 1910. 



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Lieut. -Colonel Ernest Frederick Orby Gascoigne, C.M.G., D.S.O., of 27 Onslow=i=Laura Cicely, 
Gardens, London (son of Lieut. -Colonel Clifton Gascoigne, Grenadier Guards); born at 15 
born 19 April 1873; 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 23 March 1S92, Ennismore Gar- 
Lieutenant 1897, Adjutant 1898 to 1900, Captain 1899, Major ( by brevet) dens, Kensing- 
1902, retired 1907, of the Reserve of Officers 29 September 1915, Lieut. -Colonel ton, London, on 
(by brevet) i January 1916 ; D.A.A.G. for Musketry, Home District, 3 February Friday, 4 Feb- 
1903 to 31 May 1905, to 4th Army Corps i June 1905; served in Nile ruary 1876; 
Expedition 1898, at battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, "London marr. at Holy 
Gazette," 30 September 1898, Egyptian medal with clasp, medal) ; D.S.O. Trinity, Bromp- 
15 November 1908 ; in South African War 1900-1902, as Brigade Major ton, London, on 
Infantry Brigade (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 16 April Wednesday, 13 
1901, brevet of Major, Queen's medal with three clasps, King's medal with November 1902. 
two clasps); in European War 1914 (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 28 January and 13 July 1916, brevet of Lieut.- Colonel, (".M.G.); 
one of H.M.'s Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 191 2 ; Comptroller 
and Secretary Union Jack Club 1907-12. ^ 



Catherine, born at 25a Norfolk 
Crescent, London, on Friday, 29 
March 1907, bapt. at the Guards' 
Chapel, Wellington Barracks. 



Edward Buxton Clive, born at 
Upshire Bury, Waltham Abbey, 
CO. Essex, on Tuesday, 20 July 
1909, bapt. there. 



Mary Sidney, born 
at Upshire Bury 21 
October 19 10, bapt. 
there. 



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Rt. Rev. the Hon*"'' Arthur Temple Lyttelton, Bishop Suffragan of=pMary Kathleen, born 

Southampton (5th son of George William, 4th Baron Lyttelton); born ^ 

at 6 Carlton Gardens, London, on Wednesday, 7 January 1852 ; of 

Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1870, B.A. 

1874, M.A. 1877, D.D. 1899; of Keble College, Oxford, incorporated 

19 April 1870; Warden of Selwyn College 1881, Master of Selwyn 

College Public Hostel 1882-93 ; Hulsean Lecturer 1891 ; examining 

Chaplain to Bishop of Ripon 1884-88, to Bishop of Peterborough 

1891-96, to Bishop of London 1897-98 ; Proctor in Convocation 

1S95-98 ; Hon. Chaplain to Queen Victoria 1895, Chaplain in 

Ordinary 1896-98 ; ilon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral 1898 ; Lady 

Margaret Preacher at Cambridge 1897 ; Vicar of Eccles 1893-98, 

Rural Dean 1895-98 ; Provost of St. Nicholas' College, lancing, 1898 ; 

Archdeacon of Winchester 1900; Bishop Suffragan of Southampton 

1898 ; died at Castle House, Petersfield, co. Hants, on Friday, 20 

February, bur. at Hagley, co. Worcester, on Tuesday, 24 F'ebruary 

1903. Will dated 9 January 1903, proved (Prin. Reg. 515, 1903) 

I April 1903, by the Hon'''= Mary Kathleen Lyttelton, the relict. /f\ 



in Eaton Place, Lon- 
don, 37 February 
1856; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, Lond(jn, on 
Tuesday, 3 August 
1880 ; died, aged 50, 
at Perrystone Court, 
CO. Hereford, on 
Saturday, 12 January 
1907. Adinongranted 
at the Principal Regis- 
try 14 February 1907, 
to Margaret Lucy 
Lyttelton, spinster. 



Charles Farquhar Clive, 
born at Manly, Sydney, 
30 October 1911. 



Archer Anthony Clive, born 
at Neutral Bay, Sydney, 15 
October 1915. 



Leigh Margaret Patricia, born at 
Kunimbla, Fltzroy Street, North 
Sydney, 29 July 1917. 



Edward Archer Bolton Clive of Ballycroy,= 
CO. Mayo; born on Monday, 2 March 1878, 
bapt. at All Saints', Brompton Road, London ; 
educated at Haileybury College ; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 
(Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 6 
July 1898, Lieutenant 26 December 1899, 
Captain 7 May 1904 ; served in South African 
War 1899-1901, at advance on Kimberley, 
including action at Magersfontein (wounded) ; 
in Orange River Colony May to December 

1900 (severely wounded 27 November 1900); 
in Cape Colony December 1900 to February 

1901 (Queen's medal with three clasps); served 
on General Staff at the War Office 1914-16. 



=Violet Louisa, dau. of John Henry Ponsonby 
(son of the Rt. Hon'''' Sir Spencer Cecil 
Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane, G.C.B., LS.O.), by 
Florence his wife, eldest dau. of Harvie 
Morton Farquhar ; bom at 1 1 Eaton Terrace, 
London, on Friday, 6 October, bapt. at 
Holy Trinit)', Sloane Street, London, 24 
November 1876 ; marrried at Brympton 
D'Evercy, co. Somerset, on Wednesday, 1 1 
October 1905. 

(See Pedigree of Bessbormigh, Vol. 
12, page IJ5, and Addenda, 
page vii.) 



.Anthony John Brabazon Clive, born 19 
November 1911; died, aged 8 months, 
on Wednesday, 31 July 19 12, bur. at 
Brympton D'Evercy. 



Nicholas Brabazon Clive, born at 3 
Southern Hill, Reading, on Sunday, 
7 December 191 3, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Reading. 



13s 



Arthur Chaloner 
Clive, born on 
Sunday, 2 March 
1879 ; died, aged 
1 1 months, at 
15 Ennismore 
Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, 
on Tuesday, 24 
February 1880. 



Rev. Nixon Chetwode Ram of the Old Manor,= 
Fareham, co. Hants (3rd son of the Rev. James 
Stopford Ram, Vicar of Christ Church, Battersea, co. 
Surrey, by Eleanor Mary his wife, dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel Edward Hawkshaw, 31st Foot); born 25 
January 1861, bapt. at Pavenham, co. Bedford; of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1881, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889; 
Curate of Quebec Chapel 1886-88, of St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, 1888-93 ; Vicar of St. Martin's, 
Hereford, 1893-99, and of Shipbourne, co. Kent, 
1899-1900; Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Truro 1903-1904; Rector of Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
1905-13, and of Sharnbrook, co. Bedford, 1913 ; 
Acting Chaplain at Fort Wallington, Fareham, 191 7. 



=Judith Evelyn, born 
at 15 Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensing- 
ton, on Wednesday, 
15 December 1880; 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, 
London ; married 
there on Thursday, 
12 January 191 1. 



Richard Alfred Clive= 
of Compton, Old 
Beach, Hobart, Tas- 
mania, Australia ; 
bom on Tuesday, 18 
April 1882 ; educated 
at Harrow. 



=Margaret Elenore, dau. of Henry Ambrose Clive, M.C. ; born on 



Matthew Edward Maher 
of Collaroy, Merriwa, New 
South Wales, Australia ; marr. 
at Collaroy 25 November 
1908. 



Sunday, 10 April 1885; educated at 
Harrow; Lieutenant Grenadier Guards ; 
served in European War 19 14 (men- 
tioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
I January 1916 and 15 May 19 17, 
Military Cross). 



Edward Richard Clive, born at 
Collaroy, Merriwa, on Friday, 
24 November 191 1. 



Liila Elenore, born 
18 February 19 14. 



Margaret Henrietta Joan, 
born I June 191 7. 



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ISaijitmore of iBrsett 3|aU. 
to. €800):. 

Thomas Whitmore of Apley, co.=f=Catherine, only dau. and 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — Vert 
fretty or. 

Crest. — A falcon sitting on the stump of a 
tree with a branch springing from the dexter 
side all proper. 

Motto. — Incorrupta fides. 



Salop (elder son of 'I'lioiiias 
Whitmore of Apley, M.P., by 
Mary his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Thomas Foley, Captain Royal 
Navy) ; born 16 November 1782, 
bapt. at Stockton, co. Salop ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 
October 1799, M.A. 1802 ; 
Recorder of Bridgnorth ; J. P. 
and D. L. for co. Salop, High 
Sheriff 1805; M.P. for Bridg- 
north I November 1806 to 23 
April 183 1 ; died, aged 63, at 
Apley Park, 6 February 1846. 
Will dated 21 June 1833, with 
codicil dated 5 July 1839, proved 
(P.CC. 550, 46) 4 July 1846, 
by Thomas Charlton Whitmore, 
son. 



heir of Thomas Thoma- 
son of York, byCatherine 
his wife, dau. of James 
Grierson ; marr. at Stock- 
ton 19 July 1804 ; died, 
aged 83, at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 20 August 
1867, bur. at Stockton. 
Will dated 26 July 1867, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 706, 
67) 9 October 1867, by 
Henry Whitmore, son. 



Thomas Charlton Whitmore of Apley ; born 5 January=f=Lady Louisa Anne (Douglas), eldest dau. of 



1807, bapt. at Stockton; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 November 1824, B.A. 1828, M.A. 1832; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop, High Sheriff 1863; M.P. 
for Bridgnorth 10 December 1832 to i July 1852; died, 
aged 58, at Cotsbrook, Stockton, on Monday, 13 March 
1865, bur. at Stockton. Will dated 20 March 1863, 
proved at Shrewsbury 30 June 1865, by Thomas Charles 
Douglas Whitmore. son. 



Charles, 5th Marquess of Queensberry ; marr. 
at .St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
II April 1833; died at 28 Palmeira Square, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 31 August 
1871. Will dated 23 April 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 636, 71) 22 September 1871, by 
Thomas Charles Douglas Whitmore, son. 



John William Scott of=i=Caroline Louisa, born on Saturday, 18 October 



Kindlestone, Delgany, 
CO. Wicklow (3rd son of 
John Scott, Q.C.); J.P. 
for CO. Wicklow ; died, 
aged 77, at Roselevan, 
CO. Clare, on Thursday, 
5 October, bur. at Del- 
gany on Tuesday, 10 
October 1905. , 



1834 ; marr. at Hove 24 May 1S66 ; died, aged 
74, at Pembroke Lodge, Bray, co. Wicklow, on 
Tuesday, 29 June, bur. at Delgany on Friday, 
2 July 1909. Will dated 26 June 1908, proved 
(Prin. Reg., Dublin, 472, 1909) 23 July 1909, 
by Albinia Louisa Scott, spinster, daughter, 
and Charles William Scott, C.E., nephew. 
Sealed in London 18 August 1909. 



Mary Catherine, born i 
November 1836 ; died un- 
married at 47 St. John's 
Terrace, Hove, on Wednes- 
day, 30 November 1898, 
bur. at Brighton. Adminis- 
tration granted at the 
Principal Registry 30 May 
1899, to Lucy Albinia 
Whitmore. 



Major-General William Tweedie, C.S.L, of Lettrick, by Auldgirth, co. 
Dumfries (eldest son of the Rev. William King Tweedie, D.D., by 
Margaret his wife, daughter of Hugh Bell) ; born at Aberdeen 
31 October 1836; educated at Edinburgh University; entered Bengal 
Army 1857, Captain and Brevet Major 1869, Lieut.-Colonel 1877, Colonel 
1883, Major-General 1893 ; served throughout Indian Mutiny 1857-59 (inedal 
with two clasps) ; on Staff in .'Xbyssinian Campaign (medal, twice mentioned 
in despatches, brevet of Major), and in Afghan War, 1879-80, on Staff 
(medal) ; Political Resident and Consul-General at Bagdad 1885-91 ; J.P. for 
CO. Dumfries and for Stewartry of Kirkcudbright ; C.S.L 1881 ; died on 
Friday, 18 September, bur. at Lettrick 19 September 19 14. 



=j=Emily Harriet (twin with 
Dora Louisa), born on 
Saturday, 20 January 
1838; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Brighton, on Wednesday, 
24 October 1S77 ; died 
16 October, bur. at Dum- 
fries on Saturday, 19 
October 191 2. 

/K 



137 



Rev. George Whitmore, born=j=Sarah, 3rd dau. of John Deacon of Mabledon Park, co. Kent, 



13 August 1812; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
26 November 1830, B.A. 1835, 
M.A. 1837; Rector of Kem- 
berton with Sutton Maddock, 
1840-56, and of Stockton, all 
CO. Salop, 1857 ; J. P. for co. 
Salop ; died, aged 76, at Stock- 
ton on Sunday, 4 November 
1888, bur. at Stockton. Will 
dated 10 June 1874, proved at 
Shrewsbury 27 March 1889, 
by Sarah Whitmore, the relict. 



and of Birchin Lane, London, Banker, by Sophia his wife, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. William Collett, Rector of Swanton 
Morley, co. Norfolk; born 12 July 1820; marr. at the parish 
church, Tonbridge, co. Kent, on Thursday, 6 January 1848 
(marriage settlements dated previous day) ; died, aged 80, at 
Farnhain House, Farnham Royal, co. Buckingham, on Thurs- 
day, 20 September, bur. at Stockton 25 September 1900. Will 
dated 22 July 1889, with two codicils dated 19 November 
1898 and 15 January 1900, proved (Prin. Reg. 1589, 1900) 
19 November 1900, by Henry Eardley Whitmore, son, and 
William Francis Courthope. 

(See Pedigree of Deacon, Vol. 75, page 12 p.) 



Algernon George 
Bernard Whitmore, 
born at the Rectory, 
Kemberton, 18 Oc- 
tober 1849 ; died 
22 July 1877. 



Henry Eardley Whitmore, born= 
at the Rectory, Kemberton, 26 
April 1855 ; educated at Eton ; 
Captain Worcestershire Militia ; 
died at Sunnyside, Coalbrook- 
dale, CO. Salop, 22 February, bur. 
at Stockton 26 February 1909. 



=Katharine Maud, eldest dau. of John 
Tayleur of Buntingsdale Hall, co. Salop, 
by Katharine Treby his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William John Clark of Buckland- 
tout-Saints, co. Devon ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Market Drayton, co. Salop, 16 
April 1907. 



Dora Louisa, 
(twin with 
Emily Har- 
riet), born 
on Saturday, 
20 January 
1838 ; died 
1 1 October 
1839. 



Thomas Charles Douglas Whitmore of Orsett Hall,= 
CO. Essex ; born on Sunday, 26 May 1839 ; educated 
at Eton; Cornet Royal Horse Cluards 14 May 
1858, Lieutenant 17 May i86r, Captain 10 April 
1866; J. P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, High Sheriff 
1875; J. P. for CO. Essex; sold the Apley estates in 
1867, and purchased Gumley, co. Leicester, the same 
year ; Lord of the I\Linor of Gumley ; succeeded to 
the Orsett estates under the will of Captain Digby 
Wingfield in 1884; died at 38 Wilton Place, Knights- 
bridge, London, 16 February 1907, bur. at Orsett. 
Will dated 6 April 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 509, 
1907), 14 March 1907, by Francis Henry Douglas 
Charlton Whitmore, son, and Sir Henry Arthur White. 



=Louisa Margaret Emily, 
5th dau. of Sir William 
Cradock - Hartopp, 3rd 
Baronet, of Four Oaks 
Park, CO. Warwick, by 
Jane Mary his wife, eldest 
dau. of Henry Bloomfield 
Keane ; born 1 7 April 
1841 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 
II May 1867; died 29 
November 1892, bur. at 
Orsett. 



Lieut.- Colonel Francis Henry Douglas Charlton Whitmore, C.M.G.,= 
D.S.O., of Orsett Hall; born 20 April, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, 18 May 1872 ; educated at Eton; 
J. P. (1899) and D.L. for co. Essex, County Councillor 1918 ; 
Lieutenant ist Essex Artillery Volunteers, Royal Garrison 
Artillery, i October 1892, Major Essex Imperial Yeomanry 28 
December 1901, Lieut. -Colonel 10 September 1915 (Territorial 
Decoration 1918); Lieut.- Colonel attached loth (Prince of Wales' 
Own) Royal Hussars 7 April 1918 ; served in European War 
1914-19 (twice wounded, mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," i January and 12 December 191 7, and 23 December 
1918) ; D.S.O. I January 1917, C.M.G. January 1918; Military 
Member of Territorial Forces Association for Essex 1908 ; Lord of 
the Manors of Orsett, Stifford and Corringham, all co. Essex. 



=Violet Frances Elizabeth, 
youngest dau. of Sir 
William Henry Houlds- 
worth, ist Baronet, of 
Reddish, co. Lancaster, 
by Elisabeth Graham his 
wife, dau. of Walter 
Crum of Thornliebank, 
CO. Renfrew ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 28 June 1900. 



138 



Henry Whitmore of Sunnyside, Coalbrookdale, co.= 
Salop; born 13 October 1813; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 November 1830; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Salop; M.P. for Bridgnorth 
8 July 1852 to 4 February 1870; a Lord of 
the Treasury, Keeper of the Privy Seal to the 
Prince of Wales; died, aged 62, at 7 Clifford 
Street, New Bond Street, London, on Tuesday, 
2 May 1876, bur. at Stockton, co. Salop. Adiiion 
(with will dated 24 September 1872) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 690, 76) 23 August 1876, to Adelaide 
Anna Whitmore, the relict. 



=Adelaide Anna, youngest dau. and coheir 
of Francis Darby of Sunnyside House, 
Coalbrookdale, by Hannah his wife, only 
child of John Grant of Leighton Buzzard, 
CO. Bedford ; marr. at Madeley, co. Salop, 
15 April 1852; died at .Sunnyside, Coal- 
brookdale, 16 July 1899, bur. at Stockton. 
Will dated 12 November 1898, with codicil 
dated 3 March 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 1 46, 99) 30 September 1899, by Alfred 
Edmund William Darby and Robert 
Edward Leman. 



Katherine Mildred, of 
Bannadon, Lewdown, 
CO. Devon ; born at the 
Rectory, Kemberton, co. 
Salop, 30 June 185 i. 



Dora Louisa Mary, 
born at Stockton, 
CO. Salop, 2 August 
1867. 



Gerald Ellen Georgina, of Langworthy, 
Lewdown ; married 23 April 1895, Percy 
Kenyon Slaney, who died 13 September 
191 1. 



Lucy Albinia, born on Satur- 
day, 22 January 1841; died 
unmarried at 40 Ventnor 
Villas, Hove, co. Sussex, 8 
June 191 1, bur. at Brighton. 
Will dated 24 January 1896, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1 153, ii) 
10 July 191 1, by Evelyn 
Octavia Whitmore, spinster, 
sister. 



Walter Henry Whitmore, 
born on Sunday, 21 Au- 
gust 1842, bapt. at Shifnal, 
CO. Salop ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 Oc- 
tober i860 ; died, aged 38, 
at Brighton, on Thursday, 
19 August 1880, bur. at 
Stockton, CO. Salop. 



Edith Georgina, born 9 August 
1844; died unmarried at 47 St. 
John's Terrace, Brighton, on 
Tuesday, 23 August 1898, bur. 
at Brighton. Will dated 13 
December 1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 186, 98) 19 October 
1898, by Thomas Charles 
Douglas Whitmore. 



Hugh Bertie Craven of The=f=MiIdred Louisa 
Moor House, Chaddesden, Lucy, born 30 
Derby, formerly of Whilton August 1868, 
Lodge, CO. Northampton bapt. at St. 
(2nd son of John Albert George's, Han- 
Craven of Whilton Lodge, over Square, 
by Ellen Amelia his wife, London ; marr. 
2nd dau. of the Rev. Stuart at St. Peter's, 
Majendie, Rector of Barn- Eaton Square, 
well, CO. Northampton) ; London, 1 2 
born at Whilton Lodge on June 1899. 
Wednesday, 15 February 
1865 ; educated at Radley 
College and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 31 May 1884, B.A. 
1887, M.A. 1892. /f^ 



Lieut. -Colonel Winiam= 
Thomas Reginald Houlds- 
worth of Kirkbride, May- 
bole, CO. Ayr (youngest 
son of Sir William Henry 
Houldsworth, ist Baronet, 
of Reddish, co. Lancaster) ; 
born 24 August 1874; 
educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; 
J. P. for CO. Essex 1904; 
Lieut. - Colonel Ayrshire 
Yeomanry 1909 (Territorial 
Decoration 19 18); served 
in European War (19 15 
Star, Order of Merite 191 8). 

139 



=f=Ethel Mary Alberta, 
born at Coodham, 
Kilmarnock, co. 
Ayr ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, 20 July 
i8§9. 



A 



Francis Barnard, Earl of Bandon, D.C.L. ; born 3 January 1810;= 
Hon. Colonel Royal Cork (City) Artillery ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. 
Cork; a representative peer of Ireland; succeeded his father as 
3rd Earl of Bandon 31 October 1856; died, aged 67, at Castle 
Bernard, co. Durham, on Saturday, 17 February 1877. Will dated 
17 January 1874, proved at Cork 30 April 1877, by James Francis, 
Earl of Bandon. Sealed in London 31 May 1887. ^ 



Catherine Mary, marr. at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 16 
August 1832 ; died, aged 
61, at Castle Bernard, on 
Monday, 15 December 



Lieut.- General Eardley Nicholas Wilmot of Rose Bank, Malvern, = 
CO. Worcester (3rd son of Sir Robert Wilmot, 2nd Baronet, 
by Marianne his 2nd wife, dau. and heir of Charles Howard 
of Pipe Grange, co. Stafford; born in 1800; Ensign 
35th Foot II March 1819, Lieutenant 1822, Captain 
1825, Major (unattached) 1831, Lieut.-Colonel 1846, Colonel 
1854, Major-General 1861, Lieut.-General 19 November 1870; 
J. P. for CO. Hereford; J. P. and D.L. for co. Worcester; died 
at Rose Bank, Great Malvern, on Friday, 2 March 1877. 
Will dated 17 July 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 341, 77) 20 April 
1877, by Emily Elizabeth Wilmot, the relict, and Montagu 
Wilmot, brother. 



=Emily Elizabeth, marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 15 February 1855; 
died, aged 85, at Rose Bank, 
Great Malvern, on Thursday, 26 
April 1900. ^^'ill dated 5 Feb- 
ruary 1 89 1, with codicil dated 
the same day, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 126 1900)27 July 1900, 
by Arthur Edward Whitmore 
Drummond Forbes and William 
Henry Saltwell. 



Lieut.-Colonel John P'orbes (younger son of William Forbes of= 
London, afterwards of Callendar and Almond, co. Stirling, by 
Agnes his 2nd wife, dau. of John Chalmers of Westfield) ; born 
in 1807, bapt. at Falkirk ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
20 October 1825 ; Ensign Coldstream Guards 20 October 1825 
Ensign and Lieutenant i August 1826, Lieutenant and Captain 
10 February 1832, Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 7 August 1846; died at 
43 Jermyn Street, St. James', London, 2 December, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 4 December 1886. A 



=Lucy Georgiana, marr. 
at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 27 December 
1849; died at Willow 
Brook, Eton, co. Buck- 
ingham, on Monday, 
28 October 1S72, bur. in 
the Cemetery at Eton. 



Lieut.-Colonel Duncan Stewart (2nd son of John= 
Duncan Alexander Stewart of Hillhead, co. Dumfries) ; 
born 18 June 1831 ; educated at Westminster, admitted 30 
January 1847 ; Ensign 92nd Foot (Gordon Highlanders) 
3 July 1855, Lieutenant 2 October following. Captain 1861, 
Major 1862, Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 6 October 1872; 
served in the Indian campaign in 1858 with the 13th 
Light Infantry at the battle of Azimghur 6 April 
(specially thanked); at action of Shahjehanpore 14 May, 
present at the action of Mohunpore 26 May ; commanded 
two squadrons of Irregular Cavalry at the siege and 
capture of the Fort of Cowrie in August, and at the 
action of Bezapore 6 September (wounded, mentioned in 
despatches, medal with clasp, brevet of Major) ; died 19 
December, bur. at Orsett, co. Essex, 24 December 1909. 



=Cecil Elizabeth, 
of 22 Chester 
Terrace, Eaton 
Square, London, 
born at Apley, 
CO. Salop, on 
Sunday, 14 No- 
vember 1847 ; 
marr.at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 1 4 June 
1887. 



Evelyn Octavia, 
of 40 Ventnor 
Villas, Hove, co. 
Sussex ; born at 
Bute House, 
Petersham, co. 
Surrey, on Mon- 
day, 7 April 1 85 1. 




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>V.inno H D C. CelhitnwtT 



'Janson. 



Thomas Home Janson of Hurstpierpoint,= 
CO. Sussex (youngest son of Edward 
Janson, by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Home); born 22 March 1785; died at 
Hurstpierpoint on Thursday, 2 1 January 
1847, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. Will dated 22 January 1841, 
proved (I'.C.C. 134, 47) 8 February 1847, 
by Thomas Corbyn Janson and Frederick 
Halsey Janson, sons. 



=Sarah, dau. of John Corbyn of VValthamstow, 
CO. Essex, by Hannah his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Finch ; marr. at Westminster 
Friends' Meeting House 22 April 1808; 
died, aged 79, at Clayhill, Walthamstow, 
on Wednesday, 2 March 1870, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery. Will dated 21 Sep- 
tember 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 193, 70) 
19 March 1870, by Frederick Halsey Janson, 
son. 



Thomas Corbyn Janson, = 
born I July 1809 ; 
educated at Hove ; 
F.L.S. March 1843 ; 
died, aged 53, at Stam- 
ford Hill, CO. Middlesex, 
23 lune 1863. Will 
dated i May 1888, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 502, 
63) 5 August 1863, by 
Louisa Janson, the relict, 
Frederick Halsey Jan- 
son, brother, and Edward 
Janson. 



=Louisa (his cousin), 
eldest daughter of 
Halsey Janson of 
Stamford Hill; mar- 
ried at the parish 
church, Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 13 
August 1834 ; died 
at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 23 May 
1876. Will dated 
15 September 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
492, 76) 13 .Tu'ie 
1876, by Henry 
Janson, brother, and 
Frederick Halsey 
Janson. 



Anthony Janson, 
died in infancy. 



Frederick Halsey Janson= 
of Oakbank, Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent ; bom 8 Feb- 
ruary 1813; admitted a 
Solicitor 1835 ; D.L. for 
Tower Hamlets; F. L. S., 
F.S.S. ; died, aged 100, 
at 8 Fourth Avenue, 
Hove, on Thursday, i 
May, bur. at Chislehurst 
on Tuesday, 6 May 19 13. 
Will dated 7 March 1903, 
with five codicils dated 
16 February 1905 to 15 
March 1911, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 766, 13) 24 
May 1 913, by Frederick 
Arthur Janson, son, 
Aubrey JohnSpencer, son- 
in-law, and Lucy Constance 
Janson, spinster, daughter. 



Elizabeth Ann, eldest 
dau. of Abraham 
Tozer of AJphing- 
ton, CO. Devon, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of James 
Andrew Corbett, by 
Ann Rodick his wife ; 
born at Alphington 
13 February 1827 ; 
marr. at Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, 1 1 
August 1847 ; died, 
aged 61, on Tues- 
day, 5 February 
1889, buried at 
Chislehurst. 



Francis Holdsworth Hunt (son of Holdsworth Hunt, a Master= 
of the Bench of the Inner Temple) ; born 10 December 1846 ; 
educated at Westminster School, admitted 24 January 1861, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1866, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873 ; of the Liner Temple, 
called to the Bar 18 November 1872 ; died, aged 58, at 
I Fourth Avenue, Hove, on Thursday, 5 January 1905. He 
married istly 19 June 1877, Ada, youngest dau. of Frederick 
Engelhardt of London. 



=Agnes Elizabeth, bom at 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 12 
July 1848 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Chislehurst, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. Theodore Halsey 
Janson), on Tuesday, - 21 
September 1880. 2nd wife. 



Emmeline Corbyn, 
born at Upper 
Clapton, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 25 August 
1849. 



Edwin Arthur Jenner (son of the= 
Rev. Charles Herbert Jenner, 
Rector of Wenvoe, co. Gla- 
morgan) ; died, aged 57, at 
Warwick House, Carshalton, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 22 February 
1908. 



=Edith Sarah, born at Clapton 30 
June 1850; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Chislehurst (by her brother, the Rev. 
Theodore Halsey Janson, and the Rev. 
Charles Herbert Jenner), on Thursday, 
8 May 1879. 



141 



Rev. Theodore Halsey Janson, born= 
at Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, 5 November 1852 ; educated 
at Wellington College and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 
1872, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1879; Vicar of 
Oldland, co. Gloucester, 1881 ; died, 
aged 35, at the Vicarage, Oldland, on 
Thursday, 20 September 1888, bur. at 
Oldland. AdiSon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 15 November 1S88, 
to Agnes Wemyss Janson, the relict. 



=Agnes Wemyss, 
2nd dau. of 
the Rev. Henry 
Nicholson Ella- 
combe, Vicar of 
Bitton, co.Glou- 
cesterand Rural 
Dean; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Bit- 
ton, on Tuesday, 
1 7 January 1882. 



Frederick Arthur= 
Janson of 51 
Drayton Gardens, 
Kensington, 
London : born at 
Upper Clapton 
on Wednesday, 5 
July 1 854; educa- 
ted at Wellington 
College. 



^Isabella Hannah, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Nicholson 
Ellacombe, Vicar 
of Bitton and 
Rural Dean ; mar- 
ried at St. Mary's, 
Bitton, 20 April 
1892. 



Maude Elizabeth, born at 
Oldland Vicarage on Mon- 
day, 6 November 1882. 



Gladys Mary, born at i Mostyn Terrace, Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, on Saturday, 3 January 1885 ; died at 
Wensley, Wallington, ro. Surrey, on Friday, 24 July 18S5. 



Ernest Tozer Janson of 33=j=Rupertia Emily, 2nd dau. of James Hill Bowen of Leweston, 



Belgrave Road, Westminster ; 
born at Upper Clapton on 
Sunday, 20 January 1856, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Upper 
Clapton ; educated at 
Wellington College. 



Chislehurst, co. Kent, by Harriet Fryster his wife, dau. of 
John Grenside of Wellington Square, Hastings, co. Sussex ; 
marr. at St. Nicholas', Chislehurst (by the Rev. Theodore 
Halsey Janson), on Thursday, 16 February 1882. 



Horace John Smith=Harriet Mary, born at Richard Vincent=f=Dorothy Rupertia, born at 



of Loddington, 24 Eldon Road, Ken- 
Maidstone, CO. Kent sington, London, on 
(son of Frederick Tuesday, 13 March 
Smith) ; born 13 1883, bapt. at St. 
August 1874. Stephen's, South Ken- 

sington ; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Pimlico, 
London, 29 November 
1917. 



Perry, youngest son 
of Brigade Surgeon- 
Colonel George 
Perry, Coldstream 
Guards, of 3 St. 
George's Square, 
Pimlico, London. 



A 



24 Eldon Road, Kensing- 
ton, on Saturday, 21 June 
1884, bapt. at the parish 
church, Chislehurst ; marr. 
at St. Saviour's, St. George's 
Square, on Tuesday, 25 
July 191 1. 



Frederick Ernest Janson, born at Wensley,==Allison Isabella Ramsay, elder dau. of James 



Wallington, co. Surrey, on Monday, 12 March 
1888, bapt. at Beddington, co. Surrey ; educated 
at Upland House, Epsom, and at Marlborough 
College ; Acting Captain Army Ordnance 
Department, Didcot, 19 15. 



Devonshire of 10 Egerton Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, London, on Wednesday, 10 
February 191 5. 



Frederick Anthony James Janson, born at High Street, Oxford, 
30 July 19 1 7, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, London. 



142 



Rev. Arthur Lane Pitman of Little Elms, Limpsfield, co. Surrey (son of=f=Caroline Frances, 



Samuel Pitman of Bishop's Hull, Taunton, co. Somerset, by Elise Salter his 
wife) ; born ii October 1854 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1874, B.A. 1878, M.A. i88i ; Curate of All Hallows', 
Worcester, 1878-80, of St. Luke's, Torquay, co. Devon, 1880-81, of St. 
Nicholas', Chislehurst, co. Kent, 1882-87 > Vicar of Whitwell, co. York, 
1887-92; Chaplain of St. Margaret's, Braemar, co. Aberdeen, 1896-97; 
Precentor of Christ Church, St. Leonard's -on -Sea, co. Sussex, 1898-1900 ; 
Chaplain of St. Catherine's School, Bramley, co. Surrey, 1900-1904 ; 
Curate of St. Augustine's, Kilburn, co. Middlesex, 1904-1907, and Chaplain 
to Sisters of the Church, Kilburn, 1907-12 ; Secretary-General to Con- 
fraternity of the Blessed Sacrament 1914 ; died, aged 62, at Limpsfield on 
Thursday, 29 March, bur. at Limpsfield on Tuesday, 3 April 1917. 



born at Clapton, 
CO. Middlesex, 29 
December 1857; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Magdalen, Pad- 
dington, London 
(by her brother, 
the Rev. Theodore 
Halsey Janson, 
and the Rev. 
Alan Pitman), 12 
January 1888. 



A\ 



Aubrey John Spencer of Wheatfield, co. Oxford (eldest^ 
son of the Rev. Charles Vere Spencer of Wheatfield 
(great-grandson of Charles, 3rd Duke of Marlborough), 
by Emma Frederica his wife, only dau. of John Robert 
A'Court Gray, of Kingweston, co. Somerset ; born 18 
June 1853, bapt. at Wheatfield ; educated at Marlborough 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 October 
1872, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1884 ; of Lincoln's Inn lo No- 
vember 1876, called to the Bar 25 June 1879 ; Examiner 
of the Supreme Court February 1884; Assistant Com- 
missioner to Royal Commission on Labour 1892 and to 
Royal Agricultural Commission 1894 ; J. P. for co. Oxford 
1899 and for co. Buckingham 1909. /t\ 



^Florence Mary, 
born at Chisle- 
hurst, CO. Kent, 7 
November 1862, 
bapt. there; marr. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Chislehurst, on 
Thursday, 9 April 
1885. 



Lucy Constance, 
born at Chisle- 
hurst 4November 
1867. _ 

Halsey Edgar 
Janson, died in 
infanc)', bur. at 
Chislehurst. 



Major James Theodore Janson, D. S.O. ; born at Wensley, Joyce Vera, 
Wallington, on Monday, 20 May 1889, bapt. at Bed- born at Mar- 
dington ; educated at Upland House, Epsom, and at lesford, Bed- 
Radley College; B.Sc. London University 1912 ; 2nd dington, on 
Lieutenant 7th Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry 14 Sunday, 24 
September 1914, Lieutenant 21 October and Captain July 1898, 
12 December same year. Major 23 May 1916, Acting bapt. at 
Lieut.- Colonel 5 December 1917; in command of the Beddington. 
22nd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers (3rd Tyneside 
Scottish) -March 1918; served in European War 1914-19 
mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 4 January, 
25 May and 21 December 191 7, and 25 May 1918); 
D.S.O. 3 June 1917 and Bar 19 February 1918. 



Philip Bowen Janson, 
born at Marlesford, 
Beddington, co. Sur- 
rey, on Saturday, 11 
May 1901, bapt. at 
Beddington ; educated 
at Hildershaw House, 
Broadstairs, and at 
Wellington College. 



143 



Bulitirilige of iSicfenoller, co. Somerset. 



James Duddridge of Newton, Bicknoller,= 
CO. Somerset (son of Thomas Duddridge, 
by Sarah his wife) ; horn at Stogumber, 
CO. Somerset, in 1779; died, aged 72, 
bur. at BicknoUer 31 May 185 1. Will 
proved at Taunton in 185 1. 



=Naomi, dau. of Moses Squibbs 
of Holford, CO. Somerset ; 
marr. at Holford 16 February 
1808 ; died, aged 58, bur. at 
BicknoUer 28 January 1845. 



Ann, born at Newton, BicknoUer, William Duddridge, Sarah, born at BicknoUer, bapt. 

24 September, bapt. there 18 October died in infancy, bur. there 9 December 1813, died, 

1809; died, aged 11, bur. at at BicknoUer 8 August aged 38, bur. at BicknoUer 

BicknoUer 8 December 1820. 1812. 26 February 1852. 



James Duddridge, bom at Yarde, Mary, born at BicknoUer, Robert Duddridge, born at 

BicknoUer, bapt. at BicknoUer bapt. there 25 December, BicknoUer, bapt. there 13 

31 October 1816; died, aged 5, 1819; died, aged 3, bur. at April 1823; died, aged 15, 

bur. at BicknoUer 13 September BicknoUer 28 January 1823. bur. at BicknoUer 10 April 

1822. 1838. 



Joseph Duddridge of Newton, BicknoUer, Halsway Manor, Staplegrove,=j=Sarah, dau. of Thome 
Bishop's Hull, and Edith Mead House, Highbridge, all co. Somerset, Hedley of Halsway 
and of Exton, co. Southampton; born at BicknoUer, bapt. there Manor ; died, aged 61, 
15 October 1826; died, aged 53, at Burnham, co. Somerset, bur. at Burnham, 13 April, 
at BicknoUer 24 June 1880. Will dated 7 May 1880, proved at Wells bur. at BicknoUer 
23 August 1880, by Sarah Duddridge, the relict. 21 April 1896. Will 

dated 7 February 1896, 
proved at Wells 21 
May 1896, by George 
Thome Tuckfield. 




William Duddridge, died, aged 3, Bessie, born at Exton ; died, aged 7 years and 7 months, 

bur. at BicknoUer 22 February at BicknoUer, buried there 5 January 1865. 

1857- 



144 



Hedley Duddridge of Halsway Manor, co.=j=Edith, dau. of James Price of Sunnybank, 



Somerset ; born at Halsway Manor in 
1857 ; educated at the Independent College, 
Taunton ; died, aged 45, at Bridgend, co. 
Glamorgan, 4 September, bur. at Coity, 
CO. Glamorgan, 7 September 1902. 



Cwmparc, co. Glamorgan, by Phoebe his wife, 
dau. of John Jones ; born at Cwmparc 
3 March 1880 ; marr. at the Registry Office, 
Pontypridd, co. Glamorgan, 24 June 1899. 



Hedley Joseph James Duddridge, 
born at Dunraven Place, Bridgend, 
9 July 1900, bapt. at Cwmparc 
30 August 1905 ; entered Hereford 
Cathedral School, Easter 19 14. 



Sarah Katherine, born 
at Cwmparc 26 July 
1902, bapt. there 30 
August 1905. 



Joseph Duddridge of Burnham, 
CO. Somerset ; born in 1862 ; died 
unmarried, aged 45, at Church 
Stanton, co. Devon, 29 December 

1907, bur. at Bicknoller3 January 

1908. Will dated 26 October 

1907, proved at Exeter 25 January 

1908, by Mary Ann Sandford, 
wife of Walter Sandford. 



William Duddridge of= 
Newport, co. Mon- 
mouth ; born in 1865 ; 
died at Newport 20 
September, bur. in 
Christ Church Ceme- 
tery, Newport, 24 
September 1908. 



=Nina, dau. of John Watkins 
of Bream, co. Gloucester ; 
born in 1863 ; marr. at 
Newport, in 1891 ; died at 
Newport 28 March 19 16, 
bur. in Christ Church 
Cemetery, Newport. 



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145 



Wagner. 



Arms. — Sable a lion rampant or holding between the paws a half-wheel argent. 
Cresl. — Out of a ducal coronet a demi-lion rampant or langued azure holding 
between the paws a half-wheel argent. Motto. — Ut vivas vigila. 

Melchior Henry Wagner (son of George=j=Anne Elizabeth, eldest surviving dau. of the Rev. Henry 



Wagner, by Mary Wilhelmina his wife, 
dau. of Henry Godde) ; born in Pall 
Mall, London, 19 December, bapt. at 
St. James', Westminster, 26 December 
1749; died, aged 61, on Sunday, 17 
February 181 1, bur. at Lee, co. Kent. 
M.L Will dated 16 November 1808, 
proved (P.C.C.) 14 March 181 1, by 
Anne Elizabeth Wagner, the relict, and 
George Henry Malcolm Wagner, son. 



Michell, Vicar of Brighton (for 46 years) and Rector of 
Maresfield, both co. Sussex, by Faith his wife, dau. and 
heir of the Rev. Francis Reade of Bedford; born 22 
December 1757, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Brighton, 11 
January 1758; marr. there 27 May 1784; died, aged 86, at 
the Vicarage, Brighton, on Tuesday, 20 August 1844, bur. at 
St. Nicholas', Brighton. M.L Will dated i January 1838, 
proved (P.C.C.) 3 September 1844, by George Henry Malcolm 
Wagner and the Rev. Henry Michell Wagner, sons. 



. I . I 

Elizabeth Faith, George Henry Malcolm Wagner of=i=Anne, elder dau. of John Penfold of 



born 20 Septem- St. Leonard's-on-Sea, formerly of Hurst- 

ber, bapt. at St. monceaux Place, both co. Sussex ; born 

James', Westmin- 31 December 1786, bapt. at St. James', 

ster, 17 October VVestminster, 16 February i 787 ; J. P. and 

1785; died I D.L. for co. Sussex, High Sheriff 1838; 

May 1800, bur. died, aged 81, at 77 Marina, St. Leonard's- 

at Lee. on-Sea, n October 1868, bur. in Ore 

Cemetery, co. Sussex. M.L Will dated 

27 April 1868, proved at Lewes 27 October 

1868, by Anne Wagner, the relict. 



Annington in Botolph's, co. Sussex, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. Miles 
Williams of Shermanbury, co. Sussex; 
born at Annington 23 December 1792, 
bapt. at Botolph's 25 January 1793; 
marr. at St. Nicholas', Brighton, on 
Thursday, 14 April 1814; died, aged 86, 
at 77 Marina, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, on 
Wednesday, 10 July 1878, bur. in Ore 
Cemetery. M.L 



Anne, bom 14 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 5 March 1816; 
died in Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, on 

Thursday, 9 Febru- 
ary 1865, bur. in 
Ore Cemetery. Will 
dated 5 April 1859, 
proved at Lev.es 
7 June 1865, by 
Arthur l.)oiiglas, 
Joshua Watson 

and Henry Wagner, 
cousins. 



Rev. George Wagner, born 
8 January, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 26 
February 18 18; educated 
at Eton, admitted 1829, 
and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted pen- 
sioner 21 July 1836, matri- 
culated 1838, B.A. 1842, 
M.A. 1845 ; Curate -in - 
charge of Dallington, 1842 
-48, Incumbent of St. 
Stephen's, Brighton, 1851 
-56 ; died at Malta 10 
February 1857, bur. in 
Valetta Cemetery. M.L 
Admon granted to his 
father 10 March 1857. 
Memoir by the Rev. John 
Nassau Simpkinson 1858. 



Francis Guillemard Simpkinson= 
De Wesselow (2nd son of Sir 
Francis Augustus Simpkinson, 
by Mary his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Griffin); born 
26 May 1819 ; assumed the 
additional name of De Wesse- 
low by Deed Poll dated 20 
November i86g; died, aged 87, 
at II Grosvenor Mansions, 
Victoria Street, Westminster, 4 
December, bur. in Ore Cemetery, 
after a service at St. Andrew's, 
Ashley Place, London, on Satur- 
day, 8 December 1906. Will 
dated 9 August 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 34, 1907) 19 January 
1907, by Francis Henry Hill 
(iuillemard, M.D., and Frederick 
George Simpkinson. 



=Emily, born 29 
June 18 1 9, bapt. at 
St. James', West- 
minster ; marr. at 
St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Henry 
Michell Wagner), 
on Tuesday, 14 
December 1858; 
died at Villa La 
Cava, Cannes, 
France, on Tues- 
day, 12 March 
1901, bur. at 
Cannes. M.L 



John Henry Wagner of Sedlescomb and St. Leonard's-on-= 
Sea, both co. Sussex; born 16 October, bapt. at Hurstmon- 
ceaux, CO. Sussex, 12 December 1821; educated at Eton, 
admitted 1835 ; Lieutenant 5th Fusiliers 16 October 1841 ; 
J. P. for CO. Sussex; died, aged 57, at Barnstaple, co. 
Devon, on Tuesday, 29 October 1878, bur. there. Will 
dated 5 February 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 992, 78) 10 
December 1878, by Francis Guillemard Simpkinson 
De Wesselow and Malcolm Wagner, son. 



=Margaret, dau. of Henry Pearson of co. 
Cumberland; marr. at St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea (by the Rev. George Wagner) 18 
September 1851 ; died at 22 Granville 
Place, Portman Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 17 November 1880, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 
M.L She married istly the Rev. John 
Mossop, Rector of Hothfield, co. Kent. 



Edith, of 36 Ovington Square, Kensington, Malcolm Wagner of 26 Walton Street. Chelsea, 

London; born at Sedlescomb 16 April, co. Middlesex ; born at Sedlescomb 22 

bapt. there 10 June 1854. October 1856, bapt. there 9 April 1857. 

146 



Rev. Thomas Coombe (son of the Rev. Thomas'j^Ann Maria, born 



Coombe, D.D., Rector of St. Michael's, Queenhithe, 
London, and Prebendary of Canterbury, by Elizabeth 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Francis Chassereau) ; born ii 
November 1796; educated at Westminster School, 
admitted 9 April 1806, and at Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 February 1815; Fellow 
Commoner of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1 7 November 
1818, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824; Curate of Waterbeach, 
CO. Cambridge ; Rector of Girton, co. Cambridge, 
1846-49; J. P. for CO. Cambridge; died, aged 79, 
at Royal Crescent, Ramsgate, co. Kent, on Friday, 
7 January 1876, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, London. 
M.L Will dated 8 December 1873, proved 9 
February 1876, by Samuel Woods and Henry 
Maxwell Dalston. A\ 



; 24 June, bapt. at 
St. James', West- 
minster, 30 July 
1788; marr. there 
(by the Rev. 
Thomas Coombe, 

j D.D.), 8 Decem- 
ber 18 18; died 
at the Vicarage, 
Waterbeach, on 
Tuesday, 19 No- 
vember 1844, 
bur. at Girton. 
M.I. 



Mary Ann, born 2 
March, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 
I April 1 791; died, 
aged 77, at the Vi- 
carage, Brighton, on 
Friday, 31 July, bur. 
in the new Parochial 
Cemetery, Brighton, 4 
August 1868. M.L 
Will dated 18 Feb- 
ruary 1865, proved at 
Lewes 28 October 
1868, by the Rev. 
Arthur Douglas Wag- 
ner, nephew. 



Elizabeth Harriott, dau. of= 
the Rev. William Douglas, 
Vicar of Gillingham, co. 
Dorset, Canon of West- 
minster, Canon and Chan- 
cellor of Salisbury Cathe- 
dral, by Anne his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Frederic Casimir, 
Baron de Brackel ; born 
24 April 1797; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 20 
March 1823; died, aged 
32, at the Vicarage, 
Brighton, on Friday, 27 
November 1829, bur. in 
St. Nicholas (old) Parish 
Church. M.L ist wife. 



I 
=Rev. Henry Michell Wagner, born 16= 

November, bapt. at St. James', West- 
minster, 15 December 1792; educated 
at Eton and at King's College, Cam- 
bridge, Fellow 1812, B.A. 1816, M.A. 
1 8 19; Vicar of Brighton and Rector of 
Blatchington, both co. Sussex, 182410 
death. Treasurer of Chichester Cathe- 
dral 1834, one of H.M.'s Chaplains; 
died, aged 77, at the Vicarage, Brigh- 
ton, on Friday, 7 October, bur. in the 
new Parochial Cemetery, Brighton, 15 
October 1870. Will dated 24 March 
1865, proved at Lewes 8 November 
1870, by the Rev. Arthur Douglas 
Wagner and Henry Wagner, sons. 



=Mary Sikes, dau. and heir 
of Joshua Watson, D.C.L., 
of Park Street, Westmin- 
ster, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Sikes; born 13 
October, bapt. at St. John's, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
15 December 1800; marr. 
at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, on Saturday, 7 
July 1838; died at the 
Vicarage, Brighton, on 
Monday, 20 July 1840, 
bur. in St. Nicholas 
(old) Parish Church. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Arthur Douglas \Vagner, born 
within the precincts of Windsor Castle 
13 June, bapt. at Winkfield, co. Berks, 
6 August 1824; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 14 May 1842, Scholar 1845, 
B.A. 1845, M.A. 1849 ; Curate of 
St. Paul's, Brighton, 1849-50, 
Vicar 1850 ; Treasurer of Chicliester 
Cathedral 1871-77 ; died, aged 77, at 
Belvedere, Montpelier Road, Brighton, 
on Tuesday, 14 January, bur. in the 
Parochial Cemetery, Brighton, 18 Jan- 
uary 1902. Will dated 9 October 
1894 proved at Lewes 4 April 1903, 
by Charles Alfred WooUey and F'anny 
Coombe, spinster. 



Joshua Watson Wagner, born 
at his grandfather's house in 
Park Street, Westminster, 24 
April, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 29 May 1839; 
educated at Eton and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
II March 1858; B.A. 1862; 
a Student of Lincoln's Inn 
1863 ; died, aged 59, at Castle- 
nau, Barnes, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, 8 August, bur. in 
the cemetery at Barnes 12 
August 1898. M.L Adinon 
granted in the Principal Regis- 
try 27 August 1898, to Henry 
Wagner, brother. 



Henry Wagner, born 
at the Vicarage, Brigh- 
ton, 16 July, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Brighton, 
27 July 1840 ; edu- 
cated at Rugby 1852 
-59, and at Merton 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 24 March 
i8s9,B.A. 1862, M.A. 
1865 ; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the 
Bar 26 January 1871 ; 
elected Fellow 'of the 
Society of Antiquaries 
18 February 1875. 



147 



hu^-ji^<^ 



C.tiluA' 



arfetorig|)t, formerlj) of i|ampton Court, 

CO. ^eretorb. 

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

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

Motto. — Multa tuli fecique. 



John Arkwright of Hampton Court, co. Hereford, son of Richard= 
Arkwright of Willersley, co. Derby, J. P. and D. L. for co. Derby, High 
Sheriff i8or, by Mary his wife, dau. of Adam Simpson of Bonsall, 
CO. Derby (brother of Peter Arkwright of Willersley, see Vol. 7, 
page 17); born 27 August 1785; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1809, M.A. 1812; J. P. for co. Hereford, High Sheriff 1831 ; 
died, aged 72, at Hampton Court on Saturday, 27 February 1858. 
Will dated 2 December 1857, with two codicils dated 2 December 
1857 and 6 February 1858, proved at Hereford i April 1858, 
by John Hungerford Arkwright, Richard Arkwright and George 
Arkwright, sons. 

{.See "Notes" to "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. 7, page 2.) 



=Sarah, 2nd dau. of Sir 
Hungerford Hoskyns, 
7th Baronet, of Hare- 
wood, CO. Hereford, by 
Sarah his wife, youngest 
dau. of John Philips of 
Bank Hall, co. Lan- 
caster ; married at 
Harewood Chapel 13 
April 1830; died, aged 
61, at Llanforda Hall, 
Oswestry, co. Salop, on 
Monday, 19 July 1869. 



John Hungerford Arkwright of Hampton Court ; born= 
12 July 1833 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1852, B.A. 1864, M.A. 
1867; J. P., D.L. for CO. Hereford, High Sheriff 1862, 
Lord -Lieutenant for that county January 1902; 
died, aged 71, at Hampton Court on Thursday, 25 
May, bur. on Monday, 29 May 1905. Will dated 13 
February 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 916, 1905) 19 July 
1905, by John Stanhope Arkwright, M. P., son. 



'Charlotte Lucy, youngest dau. of John 
Davenport of Foxley, co. Hereford, 
and Westwood Hall, co. Stafford, by 
Charlotte his wife, 2nd dau. of George 
Coltman of Hagnaby Priory, co. 
Lincoln; born 13 December 1839; 
marr. at Yazor, co. Hereford, on 
Tuesday, 12 June 1866; died on 
Friday, 19 February 1904. 



John Stanhope Arkwright of Kinsham Court, co.= 
Hereford, formerly of Hampton Court ; born at 1 1 
Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, London, on Wed- 
nesday, lo July 1872 ; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1891, B.A. 
1895, Newdigate Prizeman 1895; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar 1898 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford ; 
M.P. for the City of Hereford 1900-19 12 ; Author of 
" The Last Muster." 



=Helen Muriel Stephanie, youngest 
dau. of Stephen Robinson of Lynhales, 
CO. Hereford, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 
1 87 1, by Mary Louisa his wife, dau. 
of John Speir Heron ; marr. at 
Lyonshall, co. Hereford, on Thursday, 
21 December 1905. 



John Richard Stephen Arkwright, 
born at Lyonshall on Sunday, 13 
January 1907. 



David Lyndon Arkwright, born 
at Lynhales on Monday, 18 
September 191 1. 



148 



Richard Arkwright= 
of Farnham, co. 
Surrey ; born 23 
January 1835 ; edu- 
cated at Harrowand 
at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matric- 
ulated Michaelmas 
Term 1853, B.A. 
1857, M.A. i860; 
of Lincoln's Inn, 
called to the Bar 
1859 ; D.L. for co. 
Hereford; M.P. for 
Leominster 26 Feb. 
i866toi6Feb.i876. 



"Lady Mary Caroline 
Charlotte (Byng), 2nd 
dau. of George Stevens, 
2i)d Earl of Strafford, 
P.C, F. R.S., by Lady 
Agnes (Paget) his ist 
wife, 5th dau. of Field- 
Marshal Sir Henry 
William, ist Marquess 
of Anglesey, K.Ci. ; 
born 25 May 1838; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
on Tuesday, 22 July 
1862. 



Rev. George Arkwright,= 
born 29 July 1836; of 
Oriel College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 10 May 185s, 
B.A. 1859 M.A. 1864; 
Rector of Pencombe, co. 
Hereford, 1862 to death; 
died, aged 41, at Northum- 
berland House, Stoke 
Newington, co. Middlesex, 
on Thursday, 4 October 

1877. Will dated 26 Octo- 
ber 1866, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 2, 78) 25 January 

1878, by the Rev. Edwyn 
Arkwright, brother. 



=Hon'''' Elizabeth, of 
Firlands, Bracknell, 
CO. Berks, 2nd dau. of 
Sir Lloyd, 3rd Baron 
Kenyon, by the Hon'"'' 
Georgina (de Grey) 
his wife, dau. of the 
Ven'''= Thomas, 4th 
Baron Walsingham, 
Archdeacon of Surrey 
{s<e Pedigree of Wal- 
singham, Vol. 16, 
page 24) ; born 20 
August 1837, marr. at 
Hanmer, co. Flint, 10 
January i860. 

c 



Cecil John Arkwright, 
born at Barthomley 
Rectory, co. Chester, 
on Monday, 1 7 Sep- 
tember i860; died, 
aged 4 months, at 
Barthomley on Sun- 
day, 20 January 1861. 



Bernard George Arkwright of Summerdale,= 
Shotley Bridge, co. Durham ; born at 
Barthomley on Saturday, 19 October 1861 ; 
died, aged 55, at 6 Claremont Terrace, 
Glasgow, on Tuesday, 2 October 1917. 
Will dated 27 June 1913, proved (Prin. Reg., 
53, 17) 29 December 191 7, by Caroline 
Mabel Frances Arkwright, the relict, and 
the Rev. Ernest Henry Arkwright, brother. 



Caroline Mabel Frances, 
dau. of Colonel F. Bull 
of New Park, Kilkenny ; 
marr. at Wylam, co. 
Northumberland, on 
Wednesday, 24 April 
1889. 



Cecil George Arkwright, born at 68 Park 
Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumber- 
land, on Sunday, 6 June 1890. 



Bertram Seymour Arkwright, born at 46 
Beverley Terrace, Cullercoats, co. North- 
umberland, on Friday, 25 August 1893. 



Major Richard Chester-Master, D.S. O., of St. Clair, The Park, Cheltenham,=T-Geraldine Mary 

CO. Gloucester (eldest son of Thomas William Chester-Master of The Abbey and Rose, born at 

Knole Park, co. Gloucester, M. P., by Georgina Emily his wife, 5th dau. of John 2 Lown d e s 

Hetherington Welch Rolls of The Hendre, co. Monmouth) ; born at Stratton Street, Belgrave 

House, Cirencester, co. Gloucester, on Monday, 29 August 1870; educated at Square, London, 

Harrow and at Christ Church, Oxford ; 2nd Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle on Tuesday, 23 

Corps 9 August 1893, Lieutenant 1896, Captain 1901, Major (by brevet) 14 November 1875; 

January 1901 ; A.D.C. to Viscount Milner, High Commissioner, South Africa, marr. at Hope- 

12 April 1898 ; Commandant-General British South African Police, Rhodesia under-Dinmore, 

(with local rank of Lieut. -Colonel), 24 September 1 901 ; Resident Commissioner co. Hereford, 

and Commandant-General, Southern Rhodesia, i April 1905 ; served in the on Tuesday, 13 

South African War 1899-1902, on Staff, employed with Rimington's Guides, August 1901. 
afterwards as Officer Commanding Western Province Mounted Rifles 
(mentioned in despatches, " London (jazette," 8 February 1901, brevet of 
Major, Queen's medal with six clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; Chief 
Constable of co. Gloucester 1910 ; served in European War (temporary Lieut. - 
Colonel Commanding 13th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps), 1915 ; 
(mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," D.S.O. and bar). A 



Thomas Percy Prosser Powell of Stansbach,= 
Staunton -on -Arrow, co. Hereford (eldest son 
of the Rev. Thomas Prosser Powell, Rector 
of Dorstone, co. Hereford) ; born in London 
26 December 1869; educated at Charterhouse, 
1882-88, and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
20 October 1888, B.A. 1893 ; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar 17 June 1896. 

149 



=Evelyn Lucy Alice, born 
at 2 Lowndes Street on 
Thursday, 16 November 
1876 ; marr. at Hope- 
under - Dinmore, co. 
Hereford, on Tuesday, 
25 April 1905. 



Olive Katharine 
Mary, born at 1 
Lowndes Street 
on Saturday, 25 
November 1882. 



Henry Arkwright, born i6 December 1837; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1857 ; Ensign 
84th (York and Lancaster) Foot 2 July 1858, Lieutenant 
6 January i860, Captain 18 April 1865; A. U.C. to the 
Duke of Abercorn, K.G., Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland, 1866 ; 
killed, aged 28, by the fall of an avalanche in the ascent of 
Mont Blanc on Saturday, 13 October 1866, his body was 
recovered 21 August 1897. Adiiion granted at the Principal 
Registry 25 January 1867 to John Hungerford Arkwright 
and Richard Arkwright, brothers. 



Rev. Edwyn Arkwriglit, born 
2 May 1839; of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 2 
June 1858, B.A. 1864, M.A. 
1865; Curate of Holy Trinity, 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
1865 ; Assistant Chaplain at 
Hampton Court Palace, co. 
Middlesex, 1865-67. 



Sidney John Arkwright, 
born at 12 Portman 
Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 23 De- 
cember 1863; educated 
at Haileybury and at 
Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 1 Oc- 
tober 1882, B.A. 1885 
(2nd Classical Mods. 
1883, 2nd Law 1885). 



Rev. Hubert Seymour Arkwright, born at= 
Pencombe Rectory, co. Hereford, on Monday, 
24 April 1865 ; educated at Haileybury and 
at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 23 October 1884, B.A. (3rd Classical 
Mods. 1886) 1888 ; Chaplain to the Mans- 
field Union Workhouse 1901-1903 ; Vicar 
of St. Peter's, Mansfield, co. Nottingham, 
1900-1903 ; Rector of Binfield, co. Berks, 
1903-1909; Organizing Secretary for S. P.G., 
diocese of Southwell, 1909-1 1, and for Church 
extension in that diocese 1911-14; Vicar of 
Breinton, co. Hereford, 1914-16, and of 
Caynham, co. Salop, 1916. 



=Evelyn, youngest dau. 
of Charles Collins 
Onley Tylden -Wright 
of Mapperley Hall, 
CO. Nottingham, by 
Jane Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Maxwell Tylden, of 
M listed, CO. Kent ; 
born 17 June 1879 ; 
marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott'.s, Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 
II April 1901. 



Hubert Oswin Arkwright, 
born 6 June 1902. 

Gabrielle. 



Evelyn Elizabeth Yolande. 
Rosemary. 



Richard St. Chad 
Arkwright, born 19 
June 1909. 



Rev. Ernest Henry Arkwright,=Bertha Elais, 

M.V.O. ; born at Pencombe dau. of the 

Rectory on Monday, 23 March Rev. John 

1868; of University College, Scarth, Vicar 

Oxford, matriculated 18 of Bearstead, 

October 1886, B.A. 1891 co. Kent ; 

(3rd Chemistry 1890), M. A. ; married 23 

Assistant Chaplain of Clifton April 191 2. 
College 1 90 1 -1 903, Royal 
Naval College, Osborne, 1903 
-1905, Royal Naval College, 
Dartmouth, 1905. 



Rev. Richard Eden St. Aubyn Arkwright, 
born at Pencombe Rectory on Saturday, 7 May 
1870; educated at Haileybury and at Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 25 
October 1889, B. A. ; Vicar of Alfreton, co. 
Derby, 190 1-1903 ; Curate of St. Paul's, 
Wokingham, co. Berks, 1904 -1905; Vicar 
of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 1906 ; 
died at St. Chad's Vicarage, Shrewsbury, 27 
April 19 13. Admon granted at the Principal 
Registry 16 August 1913, to Bernard George 
Arkwright, brother. 



Violet Frances, bom at 
Pencombe Rectory on 
Monday, 30 July 1866. 



Cecily Margaret, born at 
Pencombe Rectory on 
Saturday, 6 January 1872. 



I 
A son, born prematurely at Pen- 
combe Rectory on Thursday, 30 
July 1874. 



ISO 



Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Chandos Arkwright of Hatfield Place,=j=Agnes Mary, only dau. ofWilliam 



\\'itham, co. Essex ; bom 8 March 1843 ; educated at Eton ; 
J. P. for the counties of Essex and Salop; Cornet 2nd Life 
Guards 16 November 1861, Captain (Hon. Major) Shrop- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry i February 1873, Major (Hon. 
Lieut. -Colonel) 1889, retired i8go. 



MichaelTufnell of Hatfield Place, 
Witham ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, Londoo, on 
Thursday, 28 April 1870. 



Wilfred Lionel Tyrell 
Arkwritfht, bom at 
Hatfield Place on 
Tuesday, 7 February 
1871 ; educated at Eton 
and at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 
October 1890; J.P. for 
CO. Essex 1900. 



Harold Arthur Arkwright, =pGeorgina Eglantine, eldest dau. of 



born at The Mount, 
Oswestry, co. Salop, on 
Sunday, 10 November 1872 ; 
educated at Eton and at 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated i8 October 
1892, and of Trinity College, 
Cambridge matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1897. 



Dacre Mervyn Archdale Hamilton of 
Cornacassa, co. Monaghan, by Helen 
his wife, dau. of Walter Nugent, 
Baron of the Austrian Empire ; marr. 
at Lurgan, co. Armagh, on Saturday, 
31 March 1906. She married istly, 
I April 1893, Rev. Charles Slingsby, 
Chaplain King's Royal Rifle Corps. 



A 



Cyril Arkwright, born at The Mount, Oswestry, on 
Saturday, 14 March 1874; Lieutenant 5th Lancers; 
died, aged 25, at Ladysmith, South Africa, on 
Thursday, 8 March 1900. Adiiion granted at the 
Principal Registry to Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Chandos 
Arkwright, the father. 



Gerald Byng Arkwright, born at 
The Mount, Oswestry, on Friday, 
25 June 1875; died, aged 24, at 
Johannesburg, South Africa, on 
Monday, 6 March 1899. 



Kenelm William Edgcumbe, only child of Richard John= 
Frederick Edgcumbe of Edgbarrow, Crowthome, co. Berks, 
J. P., Sergeant-at-Arms to the King, by Mary Louisa his wife, 
2nd dau. of John Bligh Monck of Coley Park, co. Berks {see 
Pedigree of Monck, Vol. 2, page ij6) ; born at Vienna on 
Thursday, 9 October 1873; Lieutenant Electrical Engineers, 
R. E. (Volunteers), 20 June 1900, Captain 14 May 1902. 



=Lilian Agnes, born at The 
Mount, Oswestry, on Friday, 
19 January 1877 ; marr. at 
St. Andrews', Hatfield Peverel, 
CO. Essex, on Thursday, 19 
July 1906. 



151 



Charles Leigh 
Arkwright, born 
6 June 1846; 
of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 
October 1865. 



Van'''' the Hon''''= Berkeley Lionel Scudamore-Stanhope=j=Caroiine Sarah, 
of The Grange, Much Wenlock, co. Salop (brother of married at 
Henry Edwyn Chandos, 9th Earl of Chesterfield), 3rd Hope ■ under - 
son of Captain Sir Edwyn Francis Scudamore-Stanhope, Dinmore, co. 
2nd Baronet, R.N., of Holme Lacy, co. Hereford, by Mary Hereford, on 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Dowell of Parker's Well, co. Devon; Wednesday, 2 7 
born 13 May 1824; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated January 1858. 
10 March 1842, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1850, Fellow of All Souls' 
College, 1 846 -1 858; Perpetual Curate of Ballingham 1849 
-56, Vicar of Bosbury 1856-1866, Rector of Byford and of 
Mansell Grange, all co. Hereford, 1866-1908; Archdeacon 
of Hereford 1887-1910; J. P. for co. Hereford. A 



I 
Samuel Courthope Bosanquet of Uingestow Court, co. Monmouth=j=Mary, marr. at Hope- 
(eldest son of Samuel Richard Bosanquet of Forest House, co. under-Dinmore (by her 
Essex, and Dingestow Court, by Emily his wife, eldest daughter brother, the Rev. George 
of George Courthope of Whiligh, co. Sussex) ; born 2 March Arkwright) on Thurs- 
1832; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated day, 7 August 1862; 
23 May 1850, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to died 25 February 1914, 
the Bar 19 November 1857; J. P., D. L. for co. Monmouth, High bur. at Pau, France. 
Sheriff 1898 ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions 1890-1912. /|\ 



Lieut.- Colonel William Hill James (son of the Rev.= 
William John James, Incumbent of Clive, co. 
Salop); born 2 March 1834; Ensign 31st (The 
Huntingdonshire) Foot 19 July 1855, Lieutenant 
1858, Captain 1869, afterwards of the 38th Foot; 
Major 1 88 1, Hon. Lieut.- Colonel 5 January 1884 ; 
served as Adjutant of the 31st Regiment throughout 
the campaign of i860 in the North of China 
including the action of Sinho and storming of 
Tangku (medal with clasp for the Taku Forts) ; in the 
operations against the Taeping rebels, China, in the 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862 resulting 
in the taking of the stockade at Nanhsiang, capture by 
escalade of the walled cities of Kadin Tsinpoo, Tsolin 
and fortified town of Najow, and the affair at Nanhsiang ; 
J. P. for the counties of Middlesex and London ; Author 
of " Battles Round Biarritz " and " Tandem Through 
the Basque Provinces," and other works ; died, aged 84, 
at 7 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 28 May, bur. at Hope-under-Dinmore on 
Friday, 31 May 191 8. He married 2ndly i December 
1911, Lady Eleanor Margaret (Pratt), 4th daughter of 
George Charles, 2nd Marquis Camden, K.G. 



=Frances Catherine, 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 
London (by her 
uncle, the Rev. Sir 
John Leigh Hos- 
kyns. Baronet, and 
her brother, the Rev. 
Edwyn Arkwright), 
onThursday, 2 1 J uly 
188 1 ; died at Din- 
gestow Court on 
Friday, 28 August 
1908, bur. at Hope- 
under-Dinmore. 
1st wife. 



Emily Sophia. 



Alice Eden, died 
at Telemby, 
Algiers, on Satur- 
day, 27 July 
1918. 




"— -ii^-oivi, J. 



HALSBURY. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Sable three lozenges 
conjoined in fesse ermine. 

Crests. — I, Out of a coronet argent a demi-lion gules holding a 
lozenge as in the arms ; 2, A moor-cock's head proper in 
the beak a trefoil vert. 

Supporters. — Two swans ermine beaked and legged gules suspended 
from the neck by a ribbon of the last a shield of the arms. 

Motto. — Ne vile velis. 



Halsburp. 



John Giffard of Dromartin Castle, near Dublin (only= 
son of John Giffard of Wotton and of Great 
Torrington, both co. Devon, by Dorcas his wife, 
dau. of Arthur Murphy (or Marcoe) of Oulartleigh, 
CO. Wexford); born in Dublin 14 February 174!; 
Captain City of Dublin Militia 1793-1802; 
served through the rebellion of 179S ; High 
Sheriff of the City of Dublin 1794; Accountant- 
General of H.M.'s Customs in Dublin 1807; died 
in Dublin, aged 73, on Wednesday, 3 May 1819. 



=Sarah, dau. of 
William Morton 
of Ballynaclash, 



CO. 

niarr. 
1769. 



Wexford 
June 



John Giffard, Sir Ambrose Hardinge Giffard, LL.D. ;= 
died young. born in 177 1 ; Chief Justice of Ceylon 
6 April 1 819; knighted in 18 19; died on 
board the " Lady Kennaway," East India- 
man, on his way home from India on 
leave of absence, aged 55, 30 April 1827. 
Will dated at Colombo 20 February 1827, 
proved (P.C.C. 4S2 Heber) 7 August 
1827, by Stanley Lees Giffard, LL.D., 
brother, John Wilson Croker and the Rev. 
Richard Pennell. 



=Harriet, dau. of Lovell Pennell of 
Lyme Regis, co. Dorset ; marriage 
licence (Dublin) dated 1808; died 
at The Cedars, Sunbury, co. Middle- 
sex, aged 78, on Saturday, 13 May 
1865. Will dated 7 April 1859, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 389, 65) 27 
June 1865, by George Gi.Tard, 
C.B., Rear-Admiral, son. 



Sir William Webb Follett (2nd son of Benjamin Follett=f Jane Mary, marr. at 



of Topsham, co. Devon, by Anna his wife, dau. of John 
Webb of Kinsale, co. Cork, Barrister-at-Law) ; born at 
Topsham 2 December 1798 ; educated at Exeter 
Grammar School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 18 September 1S13, B.A. 1818, 
M..'\. 1830; of the Middle Temple, admitted Michael- 
mas Term, 1818, called to the Bar, Trinity Term, 1824 ; 
Solicitor-General 1834-35 and 1841-44, Attorney-General 
1845 ; Counsel to Cambridge University r 836 -45 ; 
M.P. for Exeter 8 January 1835 until his death ; 
died in Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 
aged 46, 28 June, bur. in the Temple Church, 
London, 4 July 1845. Will dated 11 July 1844, proved 
(P.C.C. 633, 45) 2 August 184s, by Robert Bayly 
Follett, Brent Spencer Follett and John Follett, brothers, 
and Edward Giffard. 



Kensington, London, 
1 1 October 1830 ; 
died at Weybridge, co. 
Surrey, on Thursday, 
9 September 1847. 
Adiiion (with will 
dated 2 2 September 
1 845, with two codicils 
dated 3 September 
1846 and 10 July 
1847) was granted 
(P.C.C. 819, 48) 28 
November 1848, to 
Jane Mary Pennell, 
spinster, aunt. 



John William 
Giffard, born 
in 1811 ; died 
unmarried at 
Upper Philli- 
more Place, 
Kensington, 
London, aged 
22, on Wed- 
nesday, 3 1 

July 1833- 



A 



Lieut.-Colonel George Stanley=Minnie Rose, 
Hooper, of the ist Madras marr. at Hamp- 
Light Cavalry, Cornet 20 Feb- ton, co. Middle- 
ruary 1853, Lieutenant 1854, sex, on Tuesday, 
Captain 1862, Major 1871, 17 January 1865. 
Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 1877. 



John Hardinge Giffard, born in 1847; 
Director of t^reenwich Hospital ; died 
at 40 Beaumont Street, Marylebone, 
London, on Sunday, 23 August 1903. 
Adiiion (with will dated 10 March 1895) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 10S5, 1903) 26 
September 1903, to Edward Walter Giffard. 



William Giffard, Lieutenant 82nd (2nd BatUlion South Lancashire) Foot; murdered 
by Irish rebels at Kildare, aged 17, 23 May 1798, bur. there with full military honours. 



Edward Giffard of Spring Grove, Hampton, = 
CO. Middlesex, and of Kilcorral, co. Wexford ; 
born in 1812; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Pembroke College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 October 1831 ; entered the 
Admiralty 1S33 ; Secretary of the Transport 
Bo:ird 1855 ; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 55, on Tuesday, i October 1867. Will 
dated 4 February 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 
666, 67) 24 October 1867, by George Giffard, 
C.B., Rear-Admiral, brother. 



=Rosamond Catherine, eldest 
dau. of William Pennell, 
Superintendent of Portsmouth 
Dockyard ; marr. at Portsea, 
CO. Hants, in Novemberi 844; 
died at HeavitreePark, Exeter, 
aged 73, 23 August, bur. at 
Hampton 27 August 1895. 
Adirion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 20 May 
1897, to Arthur Giffard, son. 



Sarah, died unmarried 
at Greytree, South Nut- 
field, CO. Surrey, aged 
80, on Wednesday, 29 
May, bur. at Outwood, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
4 June 1895. Will dated 
23 March 1895, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 735.95) ^° 
June 1895, byMagdalen 
Georgina Giffard. 



Colonel Aislabie Landon (e!dest=f= Jane Mary, born 
son of Charles (Jinkell Landon of at Hampton 29 
Tiverton, co. Devon, by Louisa his November 1848; 
wife, dau. of Benjamin Aislabie of marr. at St. 
Lee Place, co. Kent); born at Cut- i John's, Secun- 
tack, Bengal, India, 29 July 1842, ! derabad, India, 
bapt. at Pooree, India, 23 April on Monday, 8 
1843; joined the Bengal Infantry December 1873. 
8 June i860, Lieutenant i Jan- 
uary 1862, Captain 27 November 
1869, Major 8 June 1880, Lieut. - 
Colonel 8 June 1886, Colonel 
(retired) 8 June 1S90; served in 
North-West Frontier of India 
Campaign 1863-64, in Umbeyla 
Expedition (medal with clasp); in 
Afghan ^Var 1878-79, with Kuram 
Valley Field Force (medal). 



k 



(See Pedigree of Landon, 
Vol. II, page 122.) 



Robert Philpot, CD., of= 
Broadmayne, The Park, East 
Molesey, co. Surrey (2nd son 
of John Philpot of Lyme Regis, 
CO. Dorset); born 30 December 
1849 ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1869, B.A. 1S74; of the Middle 
Temple, called to the Bar 6 June 
1874; Secretary to the Public 
Works Loan Board 1 885, retired 
1908; C.B. 26 June 1908; died 
at East Molesey on Tuesday, 9 
December, bur. there on Satur- 
day, 13 December 19 13. He 
married istly 31 March 18S0, 
Henrietta Eliza Pasqualina, 
youngest dau. of Captain Henry 
Boteler, R.N., of Lyme Regis. 
She died 6 August 1886. 



=Al;ce Cathe- 
rine, marr. at 
St. Mar>''s, 
East Molesey, 
on Saturday, 
27 April 1889. 
2nd wife. 



Frederick Freeman Phil[)ot=Margaret Magdalene, 
of the Royal Courts of marr. at St. Paul's, 
Justice, Strand, London, Hammersmith, co. 
a Master of the Supreme Middlesex, on Thurs- 
Court. day, 7 October 18S0. 



Francis Henry. Arthur Booth,^Florence Eliza, 
eldest son of George marr. at St. 
Booth of Grosvenor House, Mary's, Twicken- 
Twickenham, CO. Middlesex, ham, on Friday, 

1 8 April 1879. 



Arthur Giffard, marr. at Alphing- 
ton, CO. Devon, 29 April 1893, 
Amy Beatrice, dau. of the Rev. 
Samuel Powning Coldridge of 
The Lodge, Alphington, by 
Mary his ist wife, eldest dau. 
of John William Wilton of 
Gloucester {s:e Pedigree of 
Landon. Vol. 11, page J 21). 



Edward Walter Giffard of 12= 
Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, 
London ; born at Hampton i 
July, bapt. tliere 28 July 186 1 ; 
admitted Foundation Scholar of 
Charterhouse on the nomination 
of Earl Howe 18 January 1872, 
left August 1S77 ; J. P. for the 
County of London 1906. 



=Lady Constance Mary Evel)'n, 
2nd dau. of Sir Hardinge 
Stanley, Earl of Halsbury (see 
page 161) ; born at 99 
Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London, 30 May 
1877 ; marr. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, London, 
21 April 1902. 



Susanna Meares,= 
dau. of Francis 
Moran of Down- 
hill, CO. Sligo, J.P. 
for CO. Mayo ; 
marr. in 1814 ; 
died, aged 30, at 
Pentonville, co. 
Middlesex, 25 July 
1828. ist wife. 



=Stanley Lees Giffard, LL.D., of Myddelton= 
Square, Clerkenwell, co. Middlese.\ ; born in 
Dublin 4 August 1788; of Trinity College, 
Dublin, B.A. 1807, M.A. 1811; Barrister-at- 
Law of the Middle Temple 24 May 181 1 ; 
edited the " St. James' Chronicle," and after- 
wards "The Standard" 1827 until his death; 
died, aged 70, at Folkestone, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 6 November 1858. Adfnon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 28 December 
1858, to Mary Anne Giffard, relict. 



=Mary Anne, dau. and coheir 
of Captain Henry Giffard, 
R.N., by Mary his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. - Fairchild, 
Rector of Atherington, co. 
Devon ; marr. at Camber- 
well, CO. Surrey, 5 June 
1830. 2nd wife. 



His Honour John Walter de Longueville Giffard, = 
born in 181 7, bapt. at Tanney, co. Dublin; of 
Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 16 February 
1837, B.A. and M.A. 1843; Student of the Inner 
Temple 16 January 1839, called to the Bar 19 
November 1843 ; a Judge of County Courts 15 March 
1875 until his death; J.P. for co. Devon; died at 
North Huish, co. Devon, 23 October 1888, bur. 
at Upton Pyne, co. Devon. Will dated i April 1882, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1045, 88) 19 December 1888, 
by Stanley Lees Smythe Giffard and Hardinge Frank 
Giffard, Barrister-at-Law, sons. 



=Emilie, 2nd dau. of Daniel Burton Scott 
of Ingham, co. Norfolk; born in 1832; 
marr. at St. Mark's, Myddelton Square, 
(!!lerkenwell, in 1849; died at the 
Vicarage, East Farleigh, co. Kent, 28 
March 1909. Adinon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 22 May 1909, to 
Magdalene Georgina de Longueville 
Littlewood, wife of the Rev. Arthur 
Bernard Littlewood. 



Grace Emilie de Longueville, born at 
Staines, co. Middlesex, 29 May 1853; 
died at Biarritz, Basses Pyrenees, aged 
20, on Friday, 17 October 1873, bur. 
at Folkestone, co. Kent. 



Constance Stanley, born 
at Staines 30 May 1856, 
bapt. there ; died unmar- 
ried 18 January 1897, bur. 
at Upton Pyne. 



Stanley Lees Smythe 
Giffard, born in 1858, 
bapt. at Hampton 
Wick, CO. Middlesex. 



Admiral Sir George Giffard, K.C.B., of Brightleigh, Outwood,= 
CO. Surrey; born at Colombo, Ceylon, in 1815; entered the 
Royal Navy 27 June 1827, Lieutenant 1835, Commander 1840, 
Captain 1845, Rear-Admiral 1863, Vice Admiral 1870, Admiral 
(retired) 22 January 1877 ; served in the attack on the Strong 
Tower of Gebail 1840 (severely wounded), and the capture of Sidon 
(promoted Commander) ; served in Borneo against the pirates 
(promoted Captain); in the Baltic 1854, at Sebastopol 1855, and in 
the Black Sea (mentioned in despatches " London Gazette," nine 
times, Syrian, Baltic, Crimean and Turkish medals, 4th-class of the 
Medjidie); C.B. 5 July 1855, K.C.B. 1875; Inspecting Officer of 
Relief in Ireland during the famine 1847; died, aged 70, at 
Brightleigh, Outwood, on Friday, 8 March, bur. at Outwood on 
Wednesday, 13 March 1895. Will dated 4 March 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 577, 95) 10 May 1895, by John Hardinge Giffard. 



=Magdalen Christian, 
youngest dau. of Robert 
Mushet of the Royal 
Mint ; marr. at Hampton, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, s August 1847 ; 
died, aged 61, at 
Brightleigh, Outwood, on 
Saturday, 23 June 1888. 
Admon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
12 October 1893, to 
Admiral Sir George 
Giffard, K.C.B. 



Grace, died at Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 
4 November 188 1. 



Wilmot Maude, died at 
Twickenham on Thursday, 
8 December 1881. 

158 



Harriet, died, aged 19, at East 
Molesey, co. Surrey, on Monday, 
I December 188 |. 



Major George King of=Harriet, marriage licence 
the 7th Foot (The Royal (Dublin) dated 1800; 



Fusiliers), Captain 18 April 
1805 ; killed at New 
Orleans, U.S.A., 8 January 
1815. 



died 24 December 1858. 
She married 2ndly the 
Rev. James Phelan. 



Rev. Richard Ryan,=j=Mary, married by 



Vicar of Rathcore, 
CO. Meath. 



special licence 3 
August 1814. 



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Harry Stanley Giffard, born in 1832 ; of^=Alice Jane, youngest child of James Adams of South 

the Inner Temple,admitted 14 April 1855, Hampstead, co. Middlesex; marr. at St. John's, 

called to the Bar 17 November 1859; Notting Hill, London (by the Rev. Francis Osbern 

Registrar in Bankruptcy of the High Giffard), on Saturday, 5 August 1865; died at 22 

Court of Justice 1885 ; died at Brighton, Kensington Park Gardens, London, 28 December 

CO. Susse.x, on Saturday, 12 October 19 1 2. 1899, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 

Will dated 12 January 1909, proved (Prin. i January 1900, after service at St. John's, Notting 

Reg., 1676, 12) 28 November 1912, by Hill. Will dated 21 December 1899, proved (Prin. 

Hardinge Stanley Giffard, Earl of Hals- Reg., 53, 1900) 20 January 1900, by Harry Stanley 

bury, and Hardinge Goulbourn Giffard, Giffard, husband, Charles James Hobbs, nephew. 

Viscount Tiverton. and Harry Newton Adams. 



Rev. Francis Osbern Giffard, born 27 September 1818,= 
bapt. at Tanney, co. Dublin ; of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 6 December 1838, B.A. 1845, NLA. 
1864 ; Vicar of Long Sutton and Hartley Wintney 1850 
-73, Rector of Deane 1873, ^1' co. Hants ; died at 122 
St. Stephen's Avenue, Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, 
23 December 1894. Adiiion (with will dated 7 February 
1880) was granted (Prin. Reg., 579, 95) 21 May 1895, 
to Mary Susanna Giffard, spinster, daughter. 



=Anna Maria, youngest dau. of tlie 
Rev. Richard Ryan, Vicar of Rath- 
core, CO. Meath (sa above), by Mary 
his wife, younger dau. of John Giffard 
of Dromartin Castle, near Dublin ; 
marr. in Dublin 10 December 185 1; 
died 15 January 1893. 



Hardinge Frank Giffard, F.S.A.; born at The Elms, Hampton Wick,= 
CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 18 July i860; of Merton College, 
Oxford, matriculated i February 1879 ! of the Inner Temple 1884, 
called to the Bar 17 November 1887 ; Private Secretary to his uncle, the 
Lord Chancellor, during two administrations ; Secretary to the Com- 
missioners in Lunacy 1895- 1900, Commissioner 1900 until his death ; 
died at Buxton, co. Derby, 11 October 1908, bur. at Chittlehampton, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 15 September 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 1609, 
1908) 21 November 1908, by Evelyn Alice Giffard, the relict. 



=Evelyn Alice, of Carro- 
dale, Overton Road, Sut- 
ton, CO. Surrey, 5th dau. 
of Sydney Chambers of 
Crete Hill, South Nut- 
field, CO. Surrey ; marr. 
at Christ Church, South 
Nutfield, on Tuesday, 
19 June 1900. 



Ingaret Stella, born at Stone Lodge, 
Cheam, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
5 February 1902. 



I 



Roger Grenville Giffard, born 
at Stone Lodge, Cheam, on 
Tuesday, 23 May 1905. 



Wentworth Bayly (eldest son of Wentworth Bayly of Weston=Harriet, marr. at Hampton, co. 

Hall, CO. Suffolk) ; Ensign 37th Madras (Grenadiers) Native Middlesex (by the Rev. 

Infantry 6 July 1837, Lieutenant 23 March 1840, Captain 18 William Giffard), on Thursday, 

April 1843, retired 26 March 1853; died, aged 50, at 118 15 August 1844 : died, aged 73, 

Albany Street, Regent's Park, London, on Saturday, 1 1 February at Chigwell Row, co. Essex, 

1871. Will dated 8 March 1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 588, 71) on Wednesday, 29 April 1891. 
21 September 187 1, by Harriet Bayly, the relict. 



159 



Richard Plantagenet 
Giffard, died unmarried 
at Napier, New Zealand, 
on Thursday, 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1879. 

Katharine Lippencott, 
born in Myddelton 
Square, Clerkenwell, 
London, 25 September 
1833; died unmarried 
in 1857. 



Lieut.-Colonel Rajendra Chandra Chandra, = 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1857; Surgeon-Major Calcutta 
Medical College, Brigade-Surgeon Lieut.- 
Colonel (retired) 28 February 1890; Professor 
of the Medical College, Calcutta, 2nd Physician 
College Hospital, and Medical Inspector of 
Emigrants, Assistant Surgeon 27 January 
1858, Surgeon 27 January 1870; died in 
London on Saturday, 14 December 1895. 
Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 
16 June 1897, to James Frederick Burton and 
Henry Maxwell Dalston. 



=Mary Lees Fane, 
marr. at St. Stephen's, 
Bayswater, London 
(by her brother, the 
Rev. Francis Osbern 
Giffard), on Wednes- 
day, 4 March 1874; 
died at 25 Colville 
Square, Notting Hill, 
London, on Saturday, 
18 July 1885. 



Joseph Houston Browne (son of Samuel==Sara Lees, marr. at St. Mark's, Myddelton Square, 
Browne); of the Middle Temple, called Clerkenwell, 9 January 1847. 
to the Bar 16 June 1848. 



Mary Susanna, 
born 15 Novem- 
ber 1852 ; died 
9 June 1908. 



Rev. John Hardinge Leigh GifTard, born 10 September 1854; of King's 
College, London; Curate of Seagrave, co. Leicester, 1878-80 and 1882-85, 
of Odiham 1887-91, and of Deane, both co. Hants, 1885-87 and 1891-92 ; 
Rector of Cowley, co. Gloucester, 1892. 



Rev. Arthur Bernard Littlewood (son of Arthur Littlewood of= 
Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, by Alice his wife, dau. of John 
Wright); born at Stoke Newington 18 December 1864, bapt. 
at St. Matthias', Stoke Newington, 22 January 1865 ; Scholar 
of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1883, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1894; Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Haggerston, co. Middlesex, 1 901- 1904, and of East Farleigh, 
CO. Kent, 1904. 



=Magdalene Georgina de 
Longueville, born at The 
Cedars, Sunbury, co. Middle- 
sex, 15 January 1869, bapt. 
at Hampton, co. Middlesex; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Budleigh 
Salterton, co. Devon, 14 
September 1904. 



Rev. William Giffard, born 22 September, bapt. privately 18= 
October 1 8 18, and received into the church at Lyme 
Regis, CO. Dorset, 13 April 1819; admitted Scholar of 
Charterhouse 30 September 1828, left 8 April 1837, 
and of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 23 
February 1837 ; of University College, Oxford, B.A. 1840, 
M.A. 1843 ; of the Inner Temple 1841 ; Rector of 
Weybridge, co. Surrey, 1846 until his death ; died, aged 36, 
at Weybridge, on Tuesday, 29 May 1855. Admon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 3 July 1855, to Annabella Giffard, the relict. 



=Annabella, dau. of the Rev. John 
Mansfield, Rector of Patrington, 
CO. York, and of Rowner, co. 
Hants ; died, aged 35, at Pau, 
France, on Sunday, 29 No- 
vember 1857. Will dated 29 
November 1857, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 449, 58) 2 July 1858, by 
Robert Blachford Mansfield, 
brother. 



Mary Winifred Anna, died at Other 
Cannes, France, aged 18, on issue. 
Tuesday, 5 February 1867. 



160 



Caroline Louisa, eldest= 
dau. of William Conn 
Humphreys of Wood 
Green, co. Middlesex; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex (by the 
Rev. Francis Osbern 
Giffard), on Saturday, 
28 August 1852 ; 
died, aged 51, while 
travelling from Chex- 
bres to Vevey, Swit- 
zerland, on Tuesday, 
30 September 1873. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Hardinge Stanley GiflTard, Earl of Halsbury ;=f-Wilhelmina, 3rd 



bom in London 3 September 1825; of Merton 
College, Oxford (Hon. Fellow 1903), matricu- 
lated 19 March 1842, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1856, 
Hon. D.C.L. 17 June 1891, High Steward of Oxford 
University 1896, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1908; of 
the Inner Temple, admitted 29 January 1846, called 
to the Bar 25 January 1850; Q.C. 16 February and 
Bencher 5 May 1865, Treasurer 1881, Chairman of 
the Bar Committee since January 1884 ; J. P. for co. 
Carmarthen, Chairman Quarter Sessions 1873-85 ; 
Solicitor- General 1875-80; knighted 28 November 
1875; M.P. for Launceston 3 March 1877 to 26 
June 1885; Constable of Launceston Castle 1883; 
Lord High Chancellor June 1885 to February 
1886, July 1886 to August 1892, and June 1895 
to December 1905; sworn a Privy Councillor 
1886; Chairman of City and Guilds of London 
Institute and Warden of Guild of Undergraduates of Birmingham 
University; President Royal Society of Literature 1911-12, of Halsbury 
Club and of London Devonian Association ; Senior Grand Warden of 
English Freemasons ; Fellow Royal Society ; raised to the Peerage as 
Baron Halsbury of Halsbury, co. Devon, 26 June 1885, Viscount Tiverton 
of Tiverton, co. Devon, and Earl of Halsbury, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 17 January 1898. 



dau. of Henry 
Woodfall of Stan- 
more, CO. Mid- 
dlesex ; marr. at 
theparishchurch, 
Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex (by 
the Rev. Francis 
Osbern Giffard), 
on Wednesday, 
14 October 1874. 
2nd wife. 



Lynie May Rohais, born at 
99 Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London, on Wednes- 
day, 25 August 1875 ; died, 
aged 3 years and 7 months, 
at Woodlands, Stanmore, on 
Tuesday, 15 April 1879. 



Edward Walter Giffard of 13= 
Chesham Place, Belgrave 
Square, London (2nd son 
of Edward Giffard of Spring 
Grove, Hampton, co. Middle- 
sex, see page 757) ; J. P. for 
the County of London 1906. 



=Constance Mary Evelyn (his 
cousin), born at 99 Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 30 May 1877; 
marr. at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, London, on Monday, 
21 April 1902. 



William' Giffard, 
died in infancy. 



Katherine Stanley 
Lippencott, born 9 
March 1857. 



Margaret Wyndham 
Caroline, born 14 
September 1859. 



Rosamond Edith Frances, 
born 27 March 1861 ; died 
in infancy. 



Arthur Giffard, born at the Rock House, Colombo, Ceylon, 30 May, bapt. 11 July 1826; 
admitted Scholar of Charterhouse 12 June 1838, left 26 November 1842 ; entered the i6th 
Regiment Bombay Native Infantry as Ensign 27 December 1845, Lieutenant 16 April 1849; 
married in 1857, Maria Crawford, widow of Captain Lyon; killed in action in the Indian 
Mutiny, near Fyzabad, Oude, when leading a charge of the Bengal Volunteer Cavalry on the 
rebels, on Friday, 26 November 1858. Adirion was granted at the Principal Registry 6 October 
1859, to Maria Giffard, the relict. 



i6i 



Thomas Duckett=Susanna Meares, born at Pentonville, co. Middlesex, 8 July 1828 ; 
Aldwell of Toronto, marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Canada. John Henry Moran), on Tuesday, 11 May 1875; died in 1877. 



Hardinge Goulburn Giffard, Viscount Tiverton, of 4 Ormonde= 
Gate, Chelsea, co. Middlesex ; born at 99 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London, on Sunday, 20 June 1880; 
educated at Eton and at New College, Oxford, B.A. 1904; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 26 January 1906; 
Lieut. -Commander Royal Naval Volunteers ; Captain 
(temporary Major) in Royal Air Force. 



John Anthony Hardinge Giffard, 
born at 4 Ennismore Gardens, 
London, on Thursday, 4 June 
1908. 



=Esmd, dau. of James Stewart 
Wallace, by Lucy his wife 
(afterwards Lady Duff Gordon), 
dau. of Douglas Sutherland ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 
7 August 1907. 



Flavia Joan Lucy, born at 
The Cottage, Chorley Wood, 
CO. Hertford, on Tuesday, 
2o September 19 10. 



Rev. George Hickson Urquhart Fagan (2nd son of Colonel George Hickson=Rose, marr. at 

Fagan, Adjutant-General Bengal Army) ; of Oriel College, Oxford, Weybridge, co. 

matriculated 3 June 1834, aged 17, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1841 ; Prebendary Surrey (by her 

of Wells 1853, Rural Dean, Rector of King's Weston, co. Somerset, 1849 brother, the 

-59, and of Stoke Rodney, co. Somerset, 1859 until his death; died, aged Rev. William 

57, at The Liberty, Wells, on Thursday, 14 January 1875. Will dated 19 July Giffard), on 

1855, with codicil dated 4 April 1872, proved at Wells 25 January 1875, Wednesday, 20 

by Vice-Admiral George Gifiard, C.B. August 1851. 



Rev. Francis Tate (youngest son of Francis Tate of Flotmanby,=Emma, marr. at Weybridge 

CO. York); of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 30 November (by her brother, the Rev. Wil- 

1835, aged 18; Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1838-44, 

B.A. 1840, M.A. 1842 ; Vicar of Axminster, co. Devon, 

Prebendary of Exeter ; died at the Vicarage, Axminster, 2 May 

1867. Will dated 5 April 1867, proved at Exeter 12 September 

1867, by the Rev. Bellamy Brewitt. 



liam Giffard), on Tuesday, 20 
June 1848; died, aged 60, at 
Fryerne, Macka\ , (Queensland, 
Australia, on Monday, 1 1 May 
1885. 



162 



Wlormalli, 



John Wormald of Gomersal, co. York, and of i Fleet Street, Lx)ndon=f=Fanny, died 
(son of John Wormald of the same) ; a partner in Child's Bank ; at Gomersal 
died, aged 74, at Highbury Place, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 21 onThursday, 
April 1835. Will dated 10 July 1828, with two codicils dated 10 29 October 
July 1S28 and 4 August 1829, proved (P.C.C. 396 Gloster) i June 1857. 
1835, '^y Fanny Wormald, the relict, and John Wormald, son. 



John Wormald of Gomersal, of Highbury Lodge, Islington, co. Middlesex,=f=Caroline Ellen Jeaf- 



and of I Fleet Street, London ; a partner in Child's Bank ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 21 March 18 18, matriculated i8ig ; 
died, aged 78, at Highbury Lodge on Tuesday, 10 November 1874. Will 
dated i October 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 837, 74) i December 1874, by 
John Wormald and Edward Wormald, sons, and William Thomas Carlisle. 



freson, died, aged 
56, at Highbury 
Lodge, on Monday, 
9 August 1869. 



Mary, married at 
Christ Church 
Highbury, on 
Saturday, 18 July 
1863, Thomas 
Hiram Eraser. 



John Wormald of Morden Park, Mitcham,= 
CO. Surrey ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1853; a partner in Child's Bank; died, 
aged 73, at Marufa, Boscombe, co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 25 November, bur. at Morden 
on Wednesday, 29 November 191 1. Will 
dated 19 August 1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 
532, 12) 8 March 1912, by John Wormald, 
Guy Wormald and Hugh Wormald, sons, 
and John Edward Wase Rider. 



=Louisa Eliza Buchanan, eldest 
dau. of Frederick William 
Price of Harringay, Homsey, 
CO. Middlesex, a partner in 
Child's Bank ; marr. at the 
parish church, Hornsey, on 
Wednesday, 2 February i88i ; 
died at Morden on Friday, 
24 July 1903, bur. there. 



John Wormald, M.C., born at 34 
Curzon Street, Mayfair, London, on 
Thursday, 23 February 1882 ; educated 
at Eton, admitted 1899; Captain 7th 
(Service Battalion) King's Royal Rifle 
Corps 5 September 19T4; temporary 
Major 1917 ; Assistant Military Secretary 
to General Ofificer Commanding Northern 
Command 191 7 ; served in South African 
War at operations in Cape Colony May 
1902 (Queen's medal with three clasps); 
in the European War 19 14 (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 6 
September 191 5 and i January 1916, 
Military Cross). 



Guy Wormald, LL.B., born at 34=f=Doris Eleanor, 



Curzon Street, Mayfair, on Monday, 
5 March 1883; educated at Eton 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1902, LL.B. 1905 ; of 
Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 
27 January 1908; temporary Cap- 
tain 1 2th Battalion The Lancashire 
Fusiliers 3 November 19 14; killed 
in action at Salonika, Greece, 14 
September 1916. Will dated 3 
December 191 2, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 12 December 1916, by 
Doris Eleanor Wormald, the relict, 
and Hugh Wormald, brother. 



/K 



eldest dau. 
of Edward 
Kindersley, by 
Eleanor his 
wife, dau. of 
Henry Tar- 
rant, Barrister- 
at-Law ; bom 
in 1886. 



Hugh Wormald, born at Morden Park on Tuesday,=Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen Walter 
20 January 1885 ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant Marchant of Matfield Place, co. Kent; 
3rd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of marr. at Matfield on Saturday, 24 
Wales' Volunteers) 1916. August 1907. 



163 



Elizabeth Mary, died Martha Anne, died, aged 80, at Moor Lane, Gomersal, on Saturday, 

at Gomersal, CO. York, 29 May 1880, bur. at Birstal, co. York. Will dated 27 October 1877, 

on Sunday, 27 July proved at Wakefield 2 July 1880, by John Wormald, William 

1851. Wormald and Percival Henry Wormald, Barrister-at-Law, nephews. 



Annie Martha. 

Ellen, died 
on Friday, 2 
January 1863. 



Constance Amelia of 17 
Stratton Street, Piccadilly, 
London, marr. E. J. Wallace 
of Bearnoch, Glen Urquhart, 
CO. Inverness, M.D. 

A 



Stanley Blackett=pFanny, marr. at St. Mary's, 



of St. Michael's, 
Hatfield, co. 
Hertford. 



Broadwater, Worthing, co. 
Sussex, on Thursday, 6 
February 1879. 



A 



Edward Wormald of Sheepwell House, co.= 
Hertford, and of 1 5 Berkeley Square, London ; 
born in 1848 ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1852, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1867. 



=Annette Louisa Jane, elder dau. of Sir William 
Charles Hood, M. D., by Jane Willett his wife; 
born in 1848 ; marr. at St. Matthew's, Croydon, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 16 May 1872. 



Lieut.- Colonel Ulric Oliver Thynne, C.M.G., U.S.O., of Muntham Court, = 
CO. Sussex (4th son of the Rt. Hon*"'" Lord Henry Thynne, M.P., Treasurer 
of the Household, by the Lady Ulrica Frederica Jane his wife, dau. of 
Edward Adolphus, 12th Duke of Somerset, K.G.) ; born 6 July 1871; 
educated at Charterhouse 1884-87, and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst; Lieut. -Colonel commanding Wiltshire Yeomanry 1914, formerly 
Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps; served in Chitral Campaign 1895 
(medal with clasp); in South African War 1900 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, medal with three clasps, 
D.S.O. 1900) ; served in European War 1914-18; C.M.G. i January 1918. 



A 



=Marjory, 
Park Hi 
don, CO. 
on Men 
March 
married 
George's, 
over 
London, 
1899. 



born at 
1, Croy- 
Surrey, 
day, 3 

1873; 
at St. 
Han- 
Square, 
16 May 



Hon"' Claud Lambton (7th son of George, 2nd Earl of=T=Lettice, born at Sutton, co. Surrey, 



Durham, by the Lady Beatrix Frances his wife, 2nd dau. of 
James, ist Duke of Abercorn) ; born in London 4 January 
1865 ; educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 January 1884 (Honours: 4th-class History 
1887), B.A. 1889. A 



on Wednesday, 23 September 
1874; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on 
Saturday, 27 April 1901. 



Lord Alfred Eden Browne, D.S.O. (5th son of Henry Ulick,=f=Cicely, born at 85 Marine 



5th Marquess of Sligo, by Catharine Henrietta his wife, eldest 
dau. of William Stephens Dicken, Deputy Inspector-General 
Indian Medical Service {see Pedigree of Dicken, Vol. 7, page 
142); born 30 November 1878, bapt. at Darjeeling, India; 
educated at Marlborough ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
26 February 1898, Lieutenant 16 February 1901, of the 
Royal Horse Artillery 12 April following, Captain Royal Field 
Artillery 1905, retired 1908, Major Reserve of Ofificers 1915, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1918 ; served in European War (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 17 February 1915) ; 



Parade, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
on Friday, 26 May 1882 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Thursday, 2 April 
1908 ; died, aged 36, at Sheep- 
well House, Potter's Bar, co. 
Middlesex, 16 August, bur. in 
Marylebone Cemetery, East 
Finchley, co. Middlesex, 21 
August 1918. 



killed in action, aged 39, 27 August 1918. A 

{For issue see Pedigree of Sligo, " Visitation of Ireland," 
Vol. J, page J4, and Addenda, Vol. 6, page xx. ) 

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Thomas Wormald of Bengeo, co. Hertford ; born at= 
Pentonville, co. Middlesex, in January 1802 ; educated 
at Batley Grammar School, co. York; M.R.C.S. 1824, 
F.R.C.S. 1843, President 1865 ; Senior Consulting 
Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Governor of 
the Foundling Hospital 1847 '> Hunterian Orator 1857 ; 
died, aged 71, at Gomersal, co. York, on Sunday, 28 
December 1873, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. Will dated 8 April 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 82, 74) 24 January 1874, by Frances Wormald, 
the relict, John \Vormald, William Wormald and 
Percival Henry Wormald, Barrister-at-Law, sons. 



^Frances, 3rd dau. of Robert Meacock 
of Canonbury Square, Islington, co. 
Middlesex ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, on Thursday, 4 September 
1828; died, aged 82, at Epping 
House, Hertford, on Sunday, 25 
October 1891. Will dated 11 
March 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1199, 91) 19 Uecember 1891, by 
John Wormald, William Wormald 
and Percival Henry Wormald, sons. 



Ellen, dau. of=j=John Wormald of Dewsbury ;= 



Thomas Cook 
of Dewsbury, 
CO. York ; died 
on Friday, 19 
April 1861. ist 
wife. 



J. P. for the West Riding, co. 
York ; died, aged 71, on Monday, 
25 March 1901, bur. at Denton, 
CO. York. Will dated 9 Novem- 
ber 1900, proved at Wakefield 
4 May 1901, by Thomas 
Marmaduke VV^ormald, John 
Wormald and Percival Henry 
Wormald, sons. 



=Annie, eldest 
dau. of Colonel 
Bailey of Hert- 
ingfordbury, 
CO. Hertford ; 
marr. at Hert- 
ingfordbury on 
Thursday, 22 
October 1863. 
2nd wife. 



I 
William Wormald of Epping 
House, Little Berkham- 
stead, CO. Hertford; died, 
aged 61, on Thursday, 24 
November 1892. Adinon 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 22 December 
1892, to Percival Henry 
Wormald, Barrister-at-Law. 



Thomas Marmaduke=j=Frances Mary Walker, dau. of John Percy Sykes,=Frances Mary, 



Wormald of Field 
Head, Mirfield, co. 
York; born in 1859 ; 
educated at Harrow 

1874-77; J-P- for 
the West Riding, co. 
York. 



'Phomas Walker Brooke of Field eldest son of marr. at Thorn- 
Head, Mirfield, by Clara Elizabeth Henry M. Sykes hill Lees, co. 
his wife, dau. of Edward Day of of The Grange, York, onThurs- 
Knowle House, Mirfield ; marr. at Roundhay, Leeds, day, 10 Novem- 
Battyeford, co. York, on Thursday, co. York. ber 1887. 
I August 1895. 



A 



Percy Wormald, educated at Eton, admitted 1865,= 
and at Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 20 
November 1869 ; Lieutenant 17th Lancers 
17 February 1872 ; died, aged 60, at 44 Eaton 
Place, London, on Sunday, 26 June, bur. at Clive, 
CO. Salop, on Friday, i July 1910; memorial 
service at Christ Church, Down Street, London, 
the same day. Will dated 19 December 1905, 
with codicil dated 18 June 1908, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1246, 1910) 29 August 1910, by Thomas 
Baring and John Edward Wase Rider. 



^Gertrude, 4th dau. of James Jenkinson 
Bibby of Hardwicke Grange, co. Salop, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Thomas Cook of 
Dewsbury; marr. at the British Embassy, 
Rome, on Saturday, i May 18S0; died 
at 44 Eaton Place, London, 23 February 
1897, bur. at Clive. Will dated 16 
January 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 860, 97) 
10 July 1 89 7, by Percy Wormald, the 
husband. 



Drury Frank Percy Bibby Wormald, born at 41 Eaton Place,=Jean, only dau. of William 

London, on Sunday, 11 October 1885; educated at Eton, and Fletcher-Taylor of Trosley, 

at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term and Lower Bedfords, Haver- 

1904; 2nd Lieutenant Coldstream Guards i August 1907, ing, co. Essex; marr. at St. 

transferred to 2nd Life Guards 6 January 1909, Lieutenant 26 George's, Hanover Square, 

April 1909, Captain rst (City of London) Battalion The London London, on Tuesday, 31 

Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) i6 February 1915, of the Royal March 1914. 
Garrison Artillery (Territorial Force) 191 6. 

i6s 



Percival Wormald, died, aged 72, at Moor Lane, Gomersal, co. York, on Saturday, 
29 September 1877, bur. at Birstal, co. York. Will dated 17 September 1877, proved at 
Wakefield 19 November 1877, by John Wormald of Morden Park, co. Surrey, John 
Wormald of Dewsbury, co. York, and William Wormald, nephews. 



Lieut.-Colonel George Edward Grover (son of Charles Elvret Grover) ;=Elizabeth Anne, 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers 21 December 1858, Captain 1872, Major 1879, marr. at St. 
Lieut.-Colonel 6 August 1886; Assistant Director of Works, War Office; James' Picca- 
served in the Soudan 1885 under Sir Gerald Graham as Deputy Assistant dilly, London, 
Adjutant and Quartermaster-General, head of Intelligence Department, and on Wednesday, 
was present in the cavalry reconnaissance at Hasheen, in the engagement 19 December 
there and at the destruction of Temai (twice mentioned in despatches, 1866. 
brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, medal with clasp and Khedive's Star) ; died at 
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., 29 January 1893. Will dated 19 July 1871, with 
codicil dated 9 March 1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 448, 93) 12 May 1893, by 
Elizabeth Anne Grover, relict, Walter Grover, brother, and Percival Henry 
Wormald, Barrister-at-Law. 



John Wormald of Foston Hall,=j=Cissil Annie, dau. of Colonel Sir Robert Gunter, ist 



CO. York ; born at Raven's Lodge, 
Dewsbury, co. York, 12 Septem- 
ber 1866; educated at Harrow 
1881-83; J.P. for North Riding, 
CO. York, 19 1 5. 



Baronet, M.P., of Wetherby Grange, co. York, by 
Jane Marguerite his wife, dau. of Thomas Benyon of 
Gledhow Hall, co. York ; marr. at Collingham, co. York, 
on Tuesday, 27 April 1897. 



Nancy Cissil, 
born in London. 



Joan, born 18 April 1901, 
died 17 April 1906. 



Robert Frank Wormald, 
bom 24 November 1905. 



Arthur Octavius=Elizabeth Maude, Harry Wormald, educated at Eton, admitted 1868, and 
Bayley, youngest marr. at All Saints', at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 



son of William Langham Place, 
Goodenough London, on Satur- 
Bayley. day, 24 April 1875. 



Term 1873; died, aged 31, at Fernside, Reigate, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 7 November 1S86. Will dated 13 
July 1877, with two codicils dated 9 August 1879 ^nd 
5 November 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 1089, 86) 17 
December 1886, by Lawrence Morton Brown. 



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Frank Wormald of Potterton Hall, co. York ; born at Pentonville, co.= 
Middlesex ; educated at Richmond, co. York, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 2 October 1826, matriculated 1827, Scholar 
1830, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1834; died, aged 58, at Potterton Hall on Tuesday, 
7 January 186S. Will dated i August 1867, with codicil dated 29 October 
1867, proved at Wakefield 22 May 1868, by Percival Wormald, brother, and 
John Wormald, the younger, and Percival Henry Wormald, Barrister-at-Law, 
nephews. 



=Martha Emma, 
died at Boston 
House, Tadcas- 
ter, CO. York, 
on Saturday, 3 
November 1883. 



Colonel Valentine Baker Pasha (son of Samuel Baker of Lipyat Park, co.=j=Fanny, marr. 
Gloucester); bom at Enfield, co. Middlesex, i April 1827; educated at the at Barwick-in- 
CoUege School, Gloucester ; entered the .'\rmy as Ensign in the Ceylon Rifles Elmet, co. 
1 August 1848, transferred to the 12th Lancers in 1852, Lieutenant 1853, York, on Wed- 
Captain 1856, Major loth Hussars 1859, Lieut. -Colonel in command i860, nesday, 13 De- 
Colonel 30 March 1865; served in the Kaffir War 1852-53, present at the cember 1865. 
action of Berea (medal), in the Crimean War 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, and was on the escort to the Commander-in-Chief at the final 
assault and capture of the town, and at the battle of Tchernaya (medal with 
clasp and Turkish medal) ; Assistant Quartermaster-General at Aldershot 1874; 
Lieut.-General in the Turkish Army 1877; commanded the police in Egypt 
18S2-87 ; Author of "Clouds in the East" 1876 and other works ; died at 
Tel-el-Kebir, Egypt, 17 November 1887, bur. with military honours in the 
English Cemetery at Cairo. /^. 



Percival Henry Wormald, born 13 May 1833 ; of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1854, B.A. 1858, ^LA. i86i ; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 27 January 1862 ; died, 
aged 65, at Wilbury, Sunningdale, co. Berks, on 
Friday, 3 June 1898. Will dated 11 February 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 756, 98) 28 June 1898, by 
Percival Henry Wormald and Arthur Wormald, 
nephews. 



Fanny, died unmarried, aged 78, 
at 22 Chester Street, Mayfair, Ix>n- 
don, on Friday, 28 March, bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Monday, 31 March 19 13. Will 
dated 12 March 191 3, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 679, 1913) 29 April 1913, by 
Percival Henry Wormald and .Arthur 
Wormald, nephews. 



Brigadier- General Frank Wormald, C.B. ; bom at Raven' s= 
Lodge, Dewsbury, co. York, 10 February 1868 ; educated 
at Harrow 1881-84; 2nd Lieutenant 12th Lancers 20 
November 1889, Lieutenant 1891, Captain 1898, Major 1904, 
Lieut. -Colonel 1912, Brigadier- General 1915 ; C.B. 1915; 
served in Soudan Expedition 1898, at battle of Khartoum; in 
South African War 1 899-1 901 ; in European War, and was 
killed in action in France 3 October 1915. Will dated 13 
August 19 14, proved (Prin. Reg., 372, 16) 10 February 19 16, 
by Gwynifred Wormald, relict, and Arthur Wormald and 
Percival Henrv Wormald, brothers. 



=Gwynifred, eldest dau. of Major 
Alexander Henry Browne of 
Callaby Castle, co. Northum- 
berland, by Mary Isabel his 
wife, dau. of Cadogan Hodgson 
Cadogan of Brinkholme Priory, 
CO. Northumberland ; marr. at 
St. Peter'.s, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 6 
January 1898. 



167 



Edmund Thomas=Mary Anne, marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Leighton. Bengeo, co. Hertford, on Thursday, 

3 November 1854. 



Adelaide Hague, 
died, aged 2, on 
Sunday, 17 Decem- 
ber 1843. 



Thomas Boyd 
Wormald, died 
on Sunday, 26 
July 1846. 



I 
Lieut.- Colonel Frederick William Wormald, D.S.O. ; born at Raven's=f=Evelyn Christma, 

Lodse. Dewsburv, co. York, on Monday, 21 Tune i86q ; educated at dau. of Thomas 



Lodge, Dewsbury, co. York, on Monday, 21 June 1869 ; educated at 
Harrow 1883-87, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1888; 2nd Lieutenant 7th Hussars 29 April 1891, 
Lieutenant 1894, Captain 1899, Major 8th Hussars 10 February 1906, 
Lieut.- Colonel ist Royal Dragoon Guards 21 December 1915 ; served in 
Bechuanaland 1896-97 (medal with clasp), in Nile Expedition in 1898, at 
battle of Khartoum (Egyptian medal with clasp, medal) ; in South African 
War 1899-1902, on Staff (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
10 September 1901, Queen's medal with eight clasps, D.S.O., 1900); in 
European War 1914 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 15 
June 1916 and 11 December 1917 ; Instructor at Cavalry School 1906-11. 



dau. of Thomas 
Holme Cardwell, 
Barrister -at -Law, 
of Newnton House, 
Tetbury, co. Glou- 
cester ; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, South 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Thursday, 
15 April 1909. 



A 



Percival Henry Wormald, 
born at Raven's Lodge, 
Dewsbury, on Thursday, 
16 March 1871 ; educated 
at Harrow 1886-87, and 
atTrinityHall, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1889. 



Arthur Wormald, born at Raven's = 
Lodge, Dewsbury, on Sunday, 2 
June 1872; educated at Harrow 
1886-89, ^"d at Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1891 ; temporary Captain Re- 
mount Service, Northern Command, 
1915- 



=Veronica, 4th dau. of Major 
Alexander Henry Browne 
of Callaby Castle, co. North- 
umberland, by Mary Isabel 
his wife, dau. of Cado- 
gan Hodgson Cadogan of 
Brinkburn Priory, co. 
Northumberland. 



168 



ifJlaugl^an of CoUingtoooli House, iHJlorpetf), 
to. i^ortJ)umkrIanli« 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Party per pale argent and gules a chevron between 
three roundles counter-changed, Maughan ; 2nd and 3rd, Azure an 
anchor erect encircled with an oak-wreath vert between three mullets 
pierced or on a chief gold as many pallets gules in the centre of the 
chief a mural crown argent, Dickson. 

Crest. — A lion's jamb erased and erect gules holding palewise a broken sword 
proper pomel or. 

Motto. — Fortes fortuna juvat. 



John Maughan of Whittonstall, co. North-= 
umberland (2nd son of John Maughan of 
Hexham, co. Northumberland) ; born in 
1778 ; of the Hon'''= East India Co.'s Service ; 
died, aged 40, at Calcutta, India, 18 July 181 8. 
M.I. at Whittonstall. Will dated in India 
in 18 1 3. Portrait at Little Ilford Rectory, 
CO. Essex, in the possession of the Rev. Slade 
Ettrick Maughan-Ettrick, his great-grandson. 



■Isabel, of Ainwick House, Hexham, dau. of 
the Rev. Simpson Brown, Vicar of Shotley 
and Rector of Whittonstall {Portrait at Mar- 
gate, CO. Kent, in the possession of his great- 
great - grandson, Cyril Collingwood Maughan), 
by Agnes Wallis his wife ; marr. at Ebchester 
Hill, CO. Durham, in 1806 ; died, aged 78, 
14 March 1864, bur. at Widdrington, co. 
Northumberland. M.I. 



Jane Eliza Frances,=[=Rev. Simpson Brown Maughan of= 
' ' ■ " ' ' " Collingwood (Dower) House, Mor- 

peth ; born at Ainwick House, 
Hexham, 7 April 1807 ; Vicar of 
Widdrington 1853 to death; Chap- 
lain of the Morpeth Union ; died 
at Widdrington Vicarage 8 August 
1869, bur. there. M.I., also 
memorial window in the church. 
Adinon granted at Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 16 September 1869, to the 
Rev. John Archibald Collingwood 
Maughan, son. Portrait at Earl 
Shilton in the possession of the Rev. 
James Slade Maughan, his son. 



eldest dau. and coheir 
of Captain Archibald 
Dickson of Collingwood 
House, Morpeth, co. 
Northumberland, R.N., 
by Jane (his cousin), 
dau. of Admiral 
William Dickson of 
Sydenham House, co. 
Roxburgh ; born 4 April 
1803; marr. at Morpeth 
30 March 1837 ; died at 
Morpeth 18 January 
1854, bur. there. M.I. 
Portrait at Earl Shilton, 
CO. Leicester, in the poses- 
sion of the Rev. James 
Slade Maughan, htr son. 
I St wife. 



=Dorothy, dau. of William 
Bennett of Morpeth ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Morpeth, 14 Sep- 
tember 1858 ; died at Morpeth 
7 November 1877, bur. at 
Widdrington. M.I. Will dated 
24 January 1877, with codicil 
dated 6 November 1877 (then 
of Foxton Hall, in Lesbury, 
CO. Northumberland), proved 
at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 20 
November 1877, by the Rev. 
John Archibald Collingwood 
Maughan, son. snd wife. 



€/ucM^a7f. ^nnm c^^iz^^fna/oe. 



Rev. John Archibald Collingwood Maughan, born at= 
Morpeth 7 January 1838, bapt. at St. Mary's, Morpeth; 
matriculated at University College, Durham, 7 October 
1857, of Cuddesdon College i860, and Exhibitioner of 
the University of Durham ; Curate of Horton 1863-67, 
Incumbent of Mickley 1867-82, Vicar of Prudhoe 1882, 
Rural Dean of Corbridge 1895, and Vicar of Acklington, 
all CO. Northumberland, 1901 ; died at the Vicarage, 
Acklington, 3 November, bur. at Widdrington 7 November 
1902. Will dated i September 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1559, 1902) 27 December 1902, by Mary Georgiana 
Maughan, the relict. 



=Mary Georgiana, of Margate, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Richard Sale of 
St. Lawrence, Isle of Thanet, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of Abraham 
Borradaile of Greenwich, uo. Kent ; 
born at Epping, co. Essex, 15 
November 1847, bapt. there; marr. 
at St. Lawrence, Isle of Thanet (by 
her father and her uncle, the Rev. 
Charles Sale), on Wednesday, 7 
April i86g. 



Ethel Frances Mary, bom at the Vicarage, Mickley, co. Northumberland, on Saturday 
1 January 1870 ; died, aged 10, at Mansfield Villas, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 30 November 1880, bur. at St. Lawrence, Isle of Thanet. 

169 



Rev. William Maughan, born 2 April 1809; of= 
Durham University; Vicar of Benwell, co. North- 
umberland, 1843 till death ; died, aged 67, at the 
Vicarage, Benwell, on Wednesday, 14 March 1877. 
Will dated 20 July 1876, proved at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne 14 April 1877, by Mary Maughan, 
the relict. 



=Mary, dau. of Thomas Burnet of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne ; marr. at the parish church, 
Benwell, 20 April 1847 ; died at Bentinck 
Terrace, Benwell, in November 1880. She 
married istly Robert Thomas Atkinson of 
High Cross House, co. Northumberland, 
who died in 1845. 



Rev. William Morland Maughan of Clifton, co. Gloucester; born 17= 
February, bapt. at St. Mary's, Morpeth, co. Northumberland, in March 
1839; educated at St. Bees College, and matriculated at Hatfield Hall, in 
the University of Durham, in 1862 (Lord Crewe's Exhibitioner) ; Curate of 
Holt with Little Witley 1866-71, of Alfrick with Lulsley, both co. 
Worcester, 1871, of Olveston, co. Gloucester, 1872-73, of Stoke d'Abernon, 
CO. Surrey, 1873-75, of Old Swinford 1875-76, of Upton-on-Severn, both 
CO. Worcester, 1876-77, of Blymhiil, co. Stafford, 1877-82, of Martley, co. 
Worcester, and Chaplain of Martley Union 1882-84 ; died, aged 75, at 10 
South Terrace, Redland, Bristol, on Sunday, 12 December, bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol, on Wednesday, 15 December 1915. M.L Will 
dated 10 January 1902, proved at Bristol 4 January 1916, by Ernest 
CoUingwood Maughan, son. 



=Katie Amelia, dau. 
of William Harts- 
horn Allies of 
Alfrick and of 
Tivoli House, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Glou- 
cester; marr. at 
Alfrick 29 Novem- 
ber 187 1 (marriage 
settlements dated 
the previous day) ; 
died 9 May, bur. 
in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, 
12 May 1897. 
M.L 



Ernest CoUingwood Maughan (only child) of 59-pJessie, dau. of William Nightingale of 



Queen's Road, Clifton ; bom 14 April 1875, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's, Westbourne Park, London (by 
his father) ; Secretary to Medical Recruiting 
Board, Bristol, IQ18. 



Wolverhampton, co. Stafford ; born i 
January 1877 ; marr. at the Registry 
Office, Birmingham, i January 1897. 



1 



Ernest Stride of 38 Alma Vale, Clifton (son=Katie Iris (only child), born 31 August 



of Charles Stride of Bridlington, co. York, 
by Agnes Louisa Dawson his wife) : born 
at the Priory, Bridlington, on Christmas 
Day 1884 ; Captain i6th (Territorial) 
Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. 



1897; educated at the Convent, Clifton; 
marr. at All Saints', Clifton (by the 
Rev. Slade Ettrick Maughan-Ettrick), on 
Christmas Eve, 24 December 19 18. 



Cyril CoUingwood Maughan of 6 Lower Northdown Avenue,= 
Margate, co. Kent; born 16 November 1872, bapt. at Mickley, 
CO. Northumberland ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term 1891, B.A. (Hist. Tripos) 1894; 
admitted a SoHcitor November 1897 ; Clerk to Justices for 
Margate and Thanet Division of the liberties of the Cinque 
Ports ; Coroner for Margate 1 9 1 8. 




=Elsie, dau. of Thomas Maddison 
of the South Bailey, City of 
Durham, Solicitor, by Annie 
his wife, dau. of William 
Hodgson of Guisborough, co. 
York ; born at the South 
Bailey 18 August 1878, bapt. 
at St. Mary-the-Less, Durham ; 
marr. there (by the Rev. 
John Archibald CoUingwood 
Maughan, and her uncle, the 
Rev. Canon William Maddison) 
14 June 1900. 

D 



170 



Agnes, of Hexham, co. Northumberland; born at Ainwick House, Hexham, in 1812; marr. 
at the parish church, Hexham, circa 1836, John Wilson, a private tutor. She died at 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and was buried there. 

A 



Rev. James Slade Maughan of Earl Shilton,=piSophy Grace, only surviving dau. of Walter 

Ettrick of High Barnes, co. Durham, by 
Sophia Cumberland his wife, 3rd dau. and 
colieir of (Captain Edward Burt of Bath, co. 
Somerset, R.N. ; born 21 February 1851, 
bapt. at the old pari.sh church, Widcombe, 
Bath ; marr. at the parish church, Bishop- 
wearmouth, co. Durham (by the Rev. John 
Arciiibald CoUingwood Maughan) 18 April 
1871 ; died at the Vicarage, Earl Shilton, on 
Tuesday, 17 March, bur. at Earl Shilton 
23 March 1914. M.I. rortniit at Earl 
Shilton {by Henry Reynolds S/eer, R.I.) in the 
possession of the Rev. James Slade Maughan. 

{See Pedigree of Maughan-Ettrick, Vol. /j, 
page /p7, and early Pedigree of Ettrick^ 
" Notes," Vol. II, page 61). 



CO. Leicester ; born at CoUingwood House, 
Morpeth, co. Northumberland, 12 November 
1844, bapt. at St. Mary's, Morpeth, on St. 
Matthias' Day, 24 February 1845; Lieutenant 
Northumberland Fusiliers 2 June 1864 ; of 
Magdalene College, Cambrid^^e, matriculated in 
1870 ; Curate in sole charge of Alington, co. 
Wilts, 1870, Curate of Holy Trinity, Weymouth, 
1872, and of Upwey, both co. Dorset, 1874-83 ; 
Vicar of Charlton, co. Worcester, 1883-92, of 
Earl Shilton and Rector of Elmesthorpe, co. 
Leicester, 1892. Portrait {by Francis H. 
Williams), 1S84, at the Vicarage, Earl Shilton. 



Rev. Slade Ettrick Maughan -Ettrick, born 2 December, bapt. at Holy=i=.Marion Kate Eliza- 



Trinity, Weymouth, 31 December 1872 ; of St. Peter's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 21 October 1892, and of Sarum Theological 
College 1902 ; assumed by Royal Licence dated 13 April 1896, the 
additional surname of Ettrick ; Curate of St. Mary's, Devonport, 1903, 
of Christ Church, Paignton, both co. Devon, 1905, Licenced Preacher for 
the dioceses of Birmingham and Lichfield 1906, Chaplain to Sir William 
Houlds worth. Baronet, 1906, Chaplain and Secretary to the Society for 
Waifs and Strays, 1906-1908 ; Curate of Long Ditton, co. Surrey, 
1909-11, of St. Stephen-the- Martyr, Marylebone, London, 1912-13, 
Chaplain of Mailing Union Workhouse, co. Kent, 191 3, and of Hanwell 
Asylum 1913-17; Rector of Melton Constable and of Swanton Novers, 
both CO. Norfolk, 1917-18 ; Chaplain King's Royal Rifles (Cadet Battalion) 
8 .\pril 1918, and Rector of Little Ilford, co. Essex, 5 January 1918. 



beth, 3rd dau. of 
Donald Fergusson 
of Tereghoile, N.B., 
by Ellen his wife, 
dau. of Donald 
McEachern of 
Colonsay,co. Argyll; 
bapt. at Greenock, 
CO. Renfrew ; marr. 
by licence at St. 
Giles'- in-the- Fields, 
London, 1 2 February 
1901 . 



Muriel Grace Ettrick, Irene Ettrick, born Anthony Wharton 

born at 31 Trafalgar at 42 Dempster Maughan-Ettrick, born 

Place, Stoke, CO. Devon, Street, Greenock, 25 at The Nook, Thames 

on Thursday, 25 May, March 1908, bapt. 

bapt. at St. Michael's, at Earl Shilton 30 

Stoke, 31 July 1905. April 1914. 



Ditton, 15 June, bapt. 
at Long Ditton 
November 1910. 



Audrey Ettrick, born at 
2S Chiswick Road, co. 
iVliddlesex, 2 September, 
bapt. atTurnl)am Green, 
co.Midtllesex, 1 1 October 
191 3, died in December 
follnwincr. 



Basil Sale Maughan, born 7 January 
1875 ; died 7 February following. 



Cecile Collin'jwood, born at 
7 Northdown Avenue, Mar- 
gate, CO. Kent, on Thursday, 
16 January 1902, bapt. at St. 
John's, Margate. 



Elsie CoUingwood, born 
at 7 Northdown Avenue, 
Margate, on .Saturday, 26 
September 1903, bapt. 
at St. John's, Margate. 

171 



John Sale CoUingwood .Maugiian, 
born at 7 Northdown Avenue, .Mar- 
gate, on Friday, 9 March 1906, bapt. 
at St. John's, Alargate. 



John Brown Maughan of Linden Cottage,= 
Hexham, co. Northumberland ; born in 
1815; a Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London, M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and 
L.S.A. 1840 ; died, aged 47, at Humshaugh, 
CO. Northumberland, 25 November 1862, 
bur. at Wark-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland. 
M.L Adiiion was granted at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne 15 June 1863, to Frances 
Maughan, the relict. 



^Frances, dau. of the Rev. Isham Baggs, Rector 
of Wark-on-Tyne and Chaplain to William IV., 
by Editha his wife ; niarr. (by the Rev. Simpson 
Brown Maughan) circa 1842-43 ; died, aged 81, 
at Linden Cottage, Hexham, 3 June 1881, bur. 
at Wark-on-Tyne. M.L Will dated 19 November 
1877, with codicil dated 12 June 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 550, 81) 8 July 1881, by Frances 
Theodora Sparrow, niece. 



James Humphrey Mor!and= 
Maughan of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne ; born at Ainwick 
House, Hexham, co. North- 
umberland, 12 January 181 7 ; 
of H.M.'s Customs (Comp- 
troller), Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne ; Civil Engineer ; died 
in London 28 May 1853. 
AdiSon was granted (P.C.C.) 
10 December 1853, to the 
Rev. William Maughan, uncle. 



pAnne Eliza, youngest dau. and coheir of Captain Archibald 
Dickson of Collingwood House, Morpeth, co. Northumberland, 
R.N., by Jane (his cousin), dau. of Admiral William Dickson 
of Sydenham House, co. Roxburgh; born 4 September 181 7; 
marr. at Lee, co. Northumberland, i March 1841 ; died, 
aged 85, at Ladythorn, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, co. York, on 
Sunday, 28 September, bur. at Darlington, co. Durham, 
2 October 1902. Will dated 5 June 1902, with codicil dated 
next day, proved at York 28 October 1902, by the Rev. John 
Archibald Collingwood Maughan, nephew. 



Jane Isabel, born 
at Collingwood 
House, Morpeth, 
20 November, bapt. 
at the parish 
church, Morpeth, 
in December 1841 ; 
died 28 i\iay 
1858, bur. there. 
M.I. 



James Archibald= 
Maughan of New- 
castle - upon - Tyne ; 
born at Collingwood 
House, Morpeth, 1 1 
June 1843 ; Civil 
Engineer ; Inspector 
of Government Mines 
in India ; died in 
India 20 December 
1899, bur. at Umaria, 
Central India. 



=Agnes Mary of Arbroath, co. 
Forfar, only dau. of Robert 
Sibbald Kiigour of Hull, co. 
York, Collector of H.M.'s 
Customs at Hull, by Grace 
Gardyne Sturrock his wife ; 
born i5 January i8t;2 ; marr. 
at St. Matthew's, Hull (by the 
Rev. John Archibald Colling- 
wood Maughan) on Thursday, 
7 September 1876. 



Ann Eliza Ellen, 
of Ladythorn 
House, Saltbmn, 
CO. York ; born 
at Maidstone, co. 
Kent, 14 Sejjtem- 
ber 1844, bapt. 
at All Saints', 
Maidstone. 



. . . r . 

Lieut. -Colonel Francis Gilfrid=f=Grace Collingwood (his cousin), bom at Jubbulpore, India, 



Maughan, D. S.O., 3rd son of 
the Rev. John Archibald 
Collingwood Maughan. 



{See next page.) 



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27 March i88i, bapt. there ; marr. at St. Mary Abbot's, 
Kensin;j;ton, London (by her cousin, the Rev. Charles 
Archibald Maughan) 20 September 191 7. 



Rev. Charles Archibald Maughan, born 8 April 1876, bapt. at=j=Eleanor Kate, eldest 



Mickley, co. Northumberland ; - of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1895, B.A. 1898, M.A. 1903; Curate 
of EUand 1901 
-1907, of Mir- 
field, both '\ CO. 

York, 1907-11, / — r^T rr~ I T iCLf^cj Li 

and Vicar "of St. 
Paul's, Mirfield, 
191 1. 




dau. ol Robert Den- 
ning. iM.I)., of Elland, 
by Hannah his wife, 
dau. of J ohn Dewhurst 
of Woodlands, lilland; 
horn 17 May 1882, 
bapt. at Elland : marr. 
there 12 May 1908. 



Dorothy, born at Mirfield 27 
April 1909, bapt. at Elland. 



Barbara Nickle, born at Mirfield 29 March 
191 1, bapt. at St. Paul's, Mirfield. 



172 



William Maughan, 
born at CoUing- 
wood House, Mor- 
ptith, CO. Northum- 
berland, 3 February 
1846 ; died 6 May 
followin;^, bur. at 
the parish church, 
Morpeth. 



Rev. Thomas James Southern, M.A. of Durham=rElizabeth Collingwood, 

' of 13 Pavilion Square, 
Scarborough, co. York ; 
born at Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 31 July 1850, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne; marr. at 
Saltburn-by-the-Sea (by 
the Rev. John William 
Southern) 22 April 1884. 



University ; Curate of Wighill 1876-79, of 
vSaltburnby-the-Sea 1879-86, Head Master of 
College School, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 1879-1905, 
Vicar of Foston- on -the -Wolds, all co. York, 
1905 till death ; died at the Vicarage, Forton- 
on-the-VVold.s 11 April, bur. there 15 April 
1917. Will dated i December 1914, proved 
in the Principal Registry 30 May 19 17, by 
Elizabeth Collingwood Southern, the relict. 



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James Archibald 
Maughan, born 6 
May 1882, died 
same day. 



Archibald Dickson Kilgour Maughan,= 
of Furness Vale, co. Chester ; born at 
Jubbulpore, India, 30 September 
1884 ; of the Officers' Training Corps, 
Household Brigade Cadet Battalion, 
Berkhampsted, co. Hertford, 1919- 



=Mabel Lucy, dau. of John 
Strachan, M.D., of Dollar, co. 
Clackmannan, by Mary Stuart 
his wife, dau. of Bryan McMurdo 
Ranken ; marr. at Dollar 6 
November 19 12. 



James Archibald Collingwood Maughan, 
born at Furness Vale 25 February 1914. 



John Humphrey Dickson Maughan, 
born at Furness Vale 5 October 1915- 



Lieut.- Colonel Francis Gilfrid Maughan, D.S.O., of 43 Coleherne Court,= 
Kensington, London; born at Mickley, co. Northumberland, 25 June, bapt. 
there 25 July 1878 ; educated at Durham School ; 2nd Lieutenant Durham 
Light Infantry 4 January 1899, Lieutenant 1900, Captain 68th Foot 1904, 
Staff Captain 1914, Brigade-Major 18th Infantry Brigade i September 
1915, Lieut. -Colonel (by brevet) i January 1919 ; served in Burmah in 
1901 ; in European War 19 14 (severely wounded October 1915, mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 7 April 1915 and i January 1916) ; 
D.S.O. I January 1916, Croix de Guerre (France) September 1918; 
General Staff Officer, War Office, 191 7. 



i/vn , 




=Grace Collingwood 
(his cousin), only 
dau. of James Archi- 
bald Maughan ; born 
at Jubbulpore 27 
March 1881, bapt. 
there ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbot's, Ken- 
sington, London (by 
her cousin, the Rev. 
Charles Archibald 
Maughan), 20 Sep- 
tember 191 7. 

( See previous page. ) 



Francis Alfred Collingwood Maughan, born at 43 Coleherne 
Court, Kensington, London, 21 December 1918, bapt. at 
St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, 4 March 1919. 



173 



Arthur Frederick Borradaile of Arlington=f=Louisa, 
House, Saltburn-by-the-Sea (4th son of Harry 
Borradaile of the Bombay Civil Service) ; 
Assoc. M.Inst. C. E. ; died, aged 63, at 
Cumberland Cottage, Poole, co. Dorset, on 
Thursday, 26 September 1907, bur. at 
Darlington, co. Durham. Will dated 8 June 
1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 1416, 1907) 18 
October 1907, by Lancelot Alexander Borra- 
daile, nephew, and Anne Eliza Ellen 



Maughan, spinster, sister-in-law. 



A 



bom at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 29 
August 1852, bapt. at St. Peter's, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne; marr. at Saltburn-by-the-Sea (by 
her cousin, the Rev. John Archibald Collingwood 
Maughan) on Tuesday, 14 March 1882 ; died 
at 8 Burleigh Place, Darlington, on Wednesday, 
28 May, bur. at Darlington 31 May 1902. 
Admon was granted at Durham 12 March 1903, 
to Arthur Frederick Borradaile, Civil Engineer, 
husband. 



Gardyne Keith Kilgour Maughan of Manchester; born at Arbroath, co. Forfar, 26 October 
1889 ; 2nd Lieutenant 6th (Territorial) Battalion The Sherwood Foresters 2 October 19 14, 
Lieutenant 6th Battalion i June 1916, Captain 21 March 1918 ; served in France and Belgium 
June 191 5 to March 19 18 (1915 Star, Croix de Guerre [Belgian] January 19 18). 



^.^'^^(^U^ytZ^ 




Alfred William Maughan, born at the Vicarage, Mickley, co. Northumberland, John Frederick 
27 March 1880, bapt. at Mickley; educated at Durham School and at Maughan, born 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 1899, Exhibitioner 1900, 28 November 
B.A. (Lit. Hum.) 1904, M.A. 1909; Assistant Master at the Wick 1881, died 14 
School House, Hove, co. Sussex, 1904-16 ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal May following. 
Garrison Artillery November 1916, Lieutenant 1917; served in European 
War 1916, killed in action at Messines 24 June 191 7, bur. in Keramel 
Military Cemetery, Kemmel. 



£, ^AUK^M-C^^^i;^. 



174 



imini. 



ArmsT — Argent a chevron sable on a chief of the 
second three martlets of the field. 



Henrj' Wild of Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London, = 
formerly of 98 St. Martin's Lane, Westminster (eldest son 
of Thomas Wild of 4 Green Lettuce Lane, in the parish of 
St. Laurence Pountney, London, by Sarah Jones his wife) ; 
died, aged 79, at 59 St. Augustine's Road, Camden Town, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 20 February 1875, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, co. Middlesex. Will dated 22 June 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 267, 75) 16 March 1875, by 
Henry Bowles Wild and Charles Kemp Wild, sons. 




"Maria, 3rd dau. of 
William John Reeves 
of Holborn Bridge 
and Wobum Place, 
Russell Square, Lon- 
don ; born 20 January 
1799 ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, 
London, 7 April 
182 1 ; died on Tues- 
day, II April 1854. 



I I 

Sir William Henry Wyatt of 88 Regent's Park Road,=f=Maria, born in South- Eliza Kemp, 

ampton Place, New born on 
Road, London, on Thursday, 
Wednesday, 18 Sep- 23 October 
tember 1822 ; marr. 1823; died 
at St. Martin's-in-the- unmarried 
Fields, Westminster, in 1896. 
on Tuesday, 30 April 
1844 ; died, aged 70, 
at 88 Regent's Park 
Road on Wednesday, 
22 February 1893. 



London (son of Thomas Wyatt of Willenhall House, 
Barnet, co. Hertford, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Wil- 
liam John Reeves) ; Chairman of the County Magistrate's 
Committee for Colney Hatch and Leavesden Asylums 
1862-89; J-P- and D.L. for co. Middlesex, J. P. for co. 
London; knighted at Osborne 21 July 1876 ; died, aged 
74, at 88 Regent's Park Road on Thursday, 6 January 
1898. Will dated 28 August 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
376, 98) 30 March 1898, by Alice Maria Kemp Wyatt, 
spinster, daughter, William Thomas Wyatt, son, Herbert 
Wyatt Harrison, nephew, and Harry Weller Richards. 



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Henry Bowles Wild of 47 Belsize Park Gardens, = 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex ; born 8 February 
1825 ; died, aged 57, at 47 Belsize Park Gardens 
on Wednesday, 19 July 1882, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. Will dated 11 September 1878, with 
codicil dated 11 May 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
668, 82) 10 August 1882, by Eliza Wild, the 
relict, Edward Angelo Goodall, brother-in-law, 
and Henry Edgar Wild and Bertram William 
Wild, sons. 



=Eliza, eldest dau. 
of Edward Good- 
all of Albert 
Street, Regent's 
Park ; marr. at St. 
Pancras' church, 
London, on 
Saturday, 8 July 
1854- 



William Curtis Wild, died 
unmarried, aged 82, at 
22 Princess Road, South 
Norwood, CO. Surrey, on 
Monday, 21 June 1909, 
bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
ter)-. Will ddted 5 July 
1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1207, 1909) 16 July 1909, 
by Charles Kemp Wild. 



Henry Edgar Wild of Surla,=f=Mary, eldest dau. of John Horace Goodall Wild, bom at 



King's Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, 
CO. Essex; born at 5 Oakley 
Square, London, on Friday, 
8 June 1855. 



Warren of Royston, co. 5 Oakley Square on Monday, 
Hertford; marr. there on 27 October 1856; died there, 
Tuesday, 20 June 1882. aged 13 months, on Saturday, 

28 November 1857. 



Edgar Leonard Wild, born Francis Matthew=^Edith Hilda, born at Lyndhurst, Hariesden 



at Lyndhurst, Hariesden O'Brien, 5th son of 

Road, Willesden, co. John W. O'Brien 

Middlesex, on Tuesdav, of Rochester, New 

17 April 1883. ' York, U.S.A. 



Road, Willesden, on Friday, 12 September 
1884; marr. at St. Ignatius, Stamford Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 8 November 1910. 



A 
17s 



Alfred Reeves=f Elizabeth, youngest dau. 



Wild of St. 
Paul's Road, 
Camden Town, 
CO. Middlesex; 
died, aged 37, 
on Sunday, 3 
September 
1865, buried 
in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



of Richard Jeffreys 
Muckleston of Stratford 
Place, Camden Square, 
CO. Middlesex ; marr. 
at St. Pancras' Church, 
London, on Thursday, 
7 June t86o; buried in 
Highgate Cemetery. 



Laura Elizabeth, born 
in 1864; marr. in 1887, 
Thomas Wellsted. 



James William Harrison (2nd= 
son of Thomas Richard Har- 
rison of St. Martin's Lane, 
Westminster, by Celia Ann his 
wife, dau. of William Crakell) ; 
born in Graham Street, Pim- 
lico, London, i May 1830; 
died at Charmouth, co. Dorset, 
15 May 1 91 2. Will dated 
I January 1907, with three 
codicils dated 18 December 
1908 to 5 April 1911, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1126, 12) 
5 July 191 2, by Harriet Wyatt 
Harrison, the relict, James 
Ernest Wild Harrison and 
Herbert Wyatt Harrison, sons. 



'Harriet Wyatt, born 
in Southampton 
Street, Fitzroy Square, 
London, 17 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
privately 8 April 
1830, and registered 
at St. Pancras New 
Church, London ; 
marr. at St. Martin's- 
in-the-Fields, West- 
minster, on Tuesday, 
4 October 1853 ; 
celebrated their 
golden wedding 4 
October 1903. 



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William Ainsworth of San Jose,=j=Ada Constance, born at 5 Oakley Square, St. Pancras 



California, U.S.A., only son of Wil- 
liam Henry Ainsworth of Houghton 
Mount, Altrincham, co. Chester. 



London, on Wednesday, 24 February 1858 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Brondesbury, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
4 November 1884. 



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I 
Bertram William Wild, born at 2 Elm Villas, Haverstock Hill, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 29 July 1859; died, aged 
53, at Wychwood, Vine Court Road, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 3 August, bur. in Highate Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 8 August 1912. Will dated 5 April 1912, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1469, 12) 13 September 1912, by Gilbert Louis Wild, brother, 
and the Rev. Harry George Harrison, brother-in-law. 



Leonard Charles Wild, 
born at 2 Elm Villas, 
Haverstock Hill, on 
Wednesday, 10 July 
1861 ; died there, aged 
7 months, on Tuesday, 
18 February 1862. 



Arthur Rowney— Maude Mary, born in 
of Wedderburn 1886 ; marr. at St. 
House, Hamp- Mary's, Stoke Newing- 
stead, son of ton, co. Middlesex, 
Frederick Wil- on Wednesday, 20 
liam Rowney. August 19 13. 



Basil Warren Wild, born= 
at Lyndhurst, Harlesden 
Road, Willesden, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
13 May 1890; Lieu- 
tenant in Tank Corps ; 
served in European War 
and was killed in action 
in France in 191 7. 



=01ive Frances, only dau. 
of A. H. Sanders of 
69 Richmond Road, Bays- 
water, London ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Stoke 
Newington, on Saturday, 
29 July 1916. 



Geoffrey P. Neale of= 
The Priory, Brentwood, 
GO. Essex ; Captain 
Royal Air Force. 



"Stella Beatrice, born at Lyndhust, Greenhill 
Park, Willesden, on Thursday, 17 November 
1892 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, Hampstead, 
on Tuesday, 9 July 1918. 



176 



Charles Kemp Wild of The Grange, New Eltham, co.=f=Anna Lucy, younger 

Kent ; born at 98 St. Martin's Lane, Westminster, 2 July dau. of James 

1832, bapt. there privately (registered at St. Martin's- 

in-the-1'ields, Westminster) ; died, aged 80, at The 

Grange on Thursday, 28 November 191 2, bur. at 

Eltham. Will dated 5 June 1908, with codicil dated 

7 October 1911, proved (Prin. Reg., 1913, 12) 

19 December 191 2, by Charles James Wild and Harry 

Reginald Wild, and William Ben Simmons, son-in law. 




Reeves Wyatt of 
The Elms, Taplow, 
CO. Buckingham ; 
born 13 September 
1838 ; marr. at St. 
Matthew's, Oakley 
Square, St. Pan- 
eras, London (by 
the Rev. Robert 
Edward Wyatt), on 
Saturday, 21 July 
i860; celebrated 
their golden wed- 
ding 21 July 1910. 



James Frederick 
Wild, died un- 
married, aged 43, 
at 59 St. Au- 
gustine's Road, 
Camden Square, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Monday, 16 
December 1878. 



John Frank Sim-=j=Amy, born at 44 Park 

mons of The 

Ridgway, Ger- 

rard's Cross, co. 

Buckingham, 2nd 

son of Benjamin 

Day Simmons 

of Morecombe, 

Carleton Road, 

Tufnell Park, co. 

Middlesex. 



Road, Haverstock Hill, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 
4 July 1861, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, South Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. at the (larish church, 
Hampstead, on Tuesday, 
28 April 1885. 



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William Ben=f=FIorence Maria, born at 44 
Simmons of Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
Fairford, Sid- on Thursday, 22 January 1863, 
cup, CO. Kent, bapt. at St. Saviour's, South 
eldest son of Hampstead ; marr. at the 
Benjamin Day parish church, Hampstead (by 
Simmons. her great-uncle, the Rev. 

Robert Edward Wyatt), on 
Tuesday, 18 November 1884. 



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Harold Charles Wild, 
born at 2 Elm Villas, 
Haverstock Hill, on 
Friday, 24 October 
1862 ; died at Glades- 
more, Willesden Lane, 
CO. Middlesex, 26 
August 1896. Admon 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 31 October 
1896, to Gilbert Louis 
Wild, brother. 



Gilbert Louis Wild of Melbourne, Australia, 
Solicitor ; born at 2 Elm Villas, Haver- 
stock Hill, on Thursday, 31 December 
1863 ; died at Colosseum Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, 30 March 1914. Will dated 
21 August 1913, proved (Prin. Reg., 1042, 
14) 8 June 1914, by Edith Mary Wild, 
the relict. 



,=j-Edith Mary, 2nd dau. 
of Louis C.;| Wilkinson 
of Mentone, Victoria, 
Australia ; marr. at 
St. Augustine's, Men- 
tone, on Wednesday, 7 
December 1892. 



Marjorie, born at Clovelly, Armadale, 
Melbourne, on Thursday, 5 October 1893, 



Rev. Harry George Harrison (8th son of James William=f=Eveiine Maud, born 



Harrison of Regent's Park Road, and of Charmouth, 
CO. Dorset); born at 156 Hampstead Road on Tuesday, 
20 March, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, West- 
minster, 21 April 1866; of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 October 1884 (2nd-class Mods. 1S86), 
B.A. (3rd Classics) 1888, M.A. 1891 ; Curate of 
St. Matthew's, Oakley Square, St. Pancras, 1889-92, 
and of Witham 1892-1900; Vicar of Mountnessing 
1900, and of Hatfield Peverel, all co. Essex, 1917. /t\ 



at 3 Elm Villas, 
Haverstock Hill, on 
Wednesday, 4 Octo- 
ber 1865 ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Brondesbury, on 
Wednesday, 13 June 
1894. 



Nora Beatrice, 
born at 2 Elm 
Villas, Haver- 
stock Hill, on 
Monday, 1 1 
February 1 869. 



177 



Charles James Wild= 
of The Rosery, Har- 
penden, co. Hertford ; 
born at 44 Park Road, 
Haverstock Hill, co. 
Middlesex, on Friday, 
20 October 1865, 
bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
South Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex ; educated 
at Charterhouse 1878 
-82. 



=Elsie Muriel, dau. of 
Thomas Daniels of 
Loudwater, co. Bucking- 
ham, Solicitor, by Louise 
his wife, dau. of James 
Grugeon ; born 15 Sep- 
tember 1869; marr. at 
Henley-on-Thames, co. 
Oxford, 3 August 1889. 



Harry Reginald Wild of= 
Frith Haye, Berkhamp- 
sted, CO. Hertford ; born 
at 44 Park Road, Haver- 
stock Hill, on Monday, 
2 December 1867, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, South 
Hampstead ; educated 
at Charterhouse 1881 
-83- 



=Beatrice Catherine, 
2nd dau. of George 
Comport Murton 
of Faversham, co. 
Kent ; marr. at 
Wey bridge, co. 

Surrey, 19 August 
1897. 



Duke Muriel Fanny, born 
at The Beehive, Bickley, co. 
Kent, 23 January 1900. 



Sylvia Beatrice Margaret, 
born at The Beehive, 
Bickley, 17 April 1904. 



Roland Cecil Wild, born at 26 
Thurlow Road, Hampstead, on 
Sunday, 20 February 1870, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, South Hamp- 
stead; educated at Charterhouse 
1883-85; Analytical Chemist; 
Fellow Institute of Chemistry. 



Launcelot William Wild, born at=Violet, dau. of William 



26 Thurlow Road, Hampstead, 
16 March 1872, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, South Hampstead ; 
educated at Eastbourne ; Elec- 
trical Engineer; Member Institute 
Electrical Engineers. 



M. Forty ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Padding- 
ton, London, 5 July 
1906. 



Arthur Clement Wild, born at 26 Thurlow Road,=|=Ethel, dau. of 



Hampstead, on Saturday, 19 June 1875, bapt. at 
St. Saviour's, South Hampstead ; educated at High- 
gate School and at Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, matriculated October 1894; entered 
Indian Civil Service November 1899 ; District Judge. 



James Catt; born 
19 June 1881 ; 
marr. at Fulham, 
CO. Middlesex, in 
January 1903. 



Rose Clara, born at 
Thornlea, Fitzjohn's 
Avenue, Hampstead, 
on Wednesday, 31 
July 1878. 



Brian Denzil Wild, born 20 
November 1904, bapt. at 
Ratnagiri, Bombay, India. 



Phyllis Rosemary, 
born 19 October 
1908. 



John Antony Wild, born 
2 November 191 1, bapt. at 
Hyderabad, Sind. India. 



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178 



ADDINGTON. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Vert a chevron engrailed 
plain cotised argent between three eagles' heads erased of the 
second each gorged with a collar fleurettd gules. 

Crest. — In front of a fasces fessewise proper an eagle's head as in 

the arms. 
Supporters. — On either side an eagle argent wings addorsed gorged 

with a collar fleurett6 gules therefrom pendent an escutcheon 

ermine charged with a rose gules. 
Motto. — Alta petens. 



aiiliingrou. 



John Hubbard of Stratford Grove, co. Essex, of= 
Egerton House, co. Kent, afterwards of Forest 
House, Leyton, co. Essex (son of William and 
Susannah Hubbard of St. Petersburg, Russia, 
afterwards of Ashton House, co. Wilts,); born 
9 October 1776; admitted to the Russia Company 
29 March 1799, and to the Broderers' Company 
20 July 1825; died, aged 71, at Forest House, 
on Monday, 16 August 1847. Will dated 5 June 
1844, with four codicils dated 21 August 1845 to 
29 June 1847, proved (P.C.C. 778, 47) 15 October 
1847, by John Gellibrand Hubbard, the Rev. 
Thomas Hubbard and William Egerton Hubbard, 
sons, and John Masterman, the younger. 



=Marian, 2nd dau. of John 
Morgan of Bramfield Place, 
CO. Hertford, by Sophia 
Louisa his wife, dau. of 
Francis Magniac of Lon- 
don ; born 17 May 1778; 
marr. at St. Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 27 April 
180 1 ; died, aged 72, at 
Forest House, Leyton, on 
Sunday, 5 January 1851. 
Miniature by Sir IVilliam 
Ross, R.A. {1844). 



Marian, bom 
at St. Peters- 
burg 6 April 
1802; died at 
Southend-on- 
Sea,co. Essex, 
7 June 1818. 



Samuel Bedford Edwards of Arlesey Bury,=j=Sophia, born at St. Petersburg 



CO. Bedford (son of William Edwards of 
Newnham, co. Gloucester); of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 2 February 
1818, aged 19; died, aged 57, at Arlesey 
Bury, on Thursday, 8 January 1857. AdiTion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 17 August 1857, to 
Samuel Bedford Edwards, son. 



16 August 1803; marr. 12 May 
1823; died, aged 67, at Arlesey 
Bury, on Wednesday, 14 June 
187 1. Adiron was granted at 
the Principal Registry 28 Novem- 
ber 1 87 1, to Samuel Bedford 
Edwards, son. 



A\ 



Berkeley Cole Wilmot Williams of=pWinifred Mary, 



Herringston, co. Dorset, and of 36 
Ennismore Gardens, London, elder 
son of Edward Wilmot Williams of 
Herringston, by the Hon*"'' Sophia 
(O'Grady) his wife, eldest dau. of 
Standish Darby, 2nd Viscount Guil- 
lamore {see " Visitation of Ireland" 
Vol. J, page 60); bom at Herring- 
ston 4 May 1865, bapt. at Monkton 
Wyld, CO. Dorset ; educated at 
Marlborough and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; Lieu- 
tenant The Prince of Wales' Own 
(Yorkshire Regiment) 30 January 
1886, Captain 27 April 1898, 
retired 22 November 1902; Captain 
Reserve of Officers. /K 



born at 
Chesham Place, 
Belgrave Square, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 6 September 
1881, bapt. at 
Addington ; marr. 
at Laverstoke, co. 
Hants, on Tues- 
day, 10 August 
1909. 



John Gellibrand Hubbard, Baron 
Addington of Addington, co. Bucking- 
ham ; born at 23 Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
7 June, bapt. at Addington 18 July 
1883; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
October 1902, B.A. (2nd-class Law 
and Mod. Hist.) 17 November 1906 ; 
admitted to the Russia Company 29 
March 1916; 2nd Lieutenant Buck- 
inghamshire Battalion Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry 4 October 1902, Cap- 
tain 20 September 1913; served in 
European War 1914-15; succeeded 
his father as 3rd Baron Addington 
14 June 1915. 



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John Gellibrand Hubbard, Baron Addington ; born at Stratford Grove, co.=i 
Essex, 21 March 1805 ; educated at Bordeaux 1S16-20; admitted to the 
Russia Company 22 February 1833 (Governor 1885-89), and to the 
Broderers' Company 17 March 1836 ; a Director (1838) and Governor of j 
the Bank of England ; Chairman of Public Works Loan Committees 
1853-75 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Buckingham ; one of H.M. Lieutenants 
for the City of London ; built and endowed St. Andrew's Church, ; 
Holborn, London; M.P. for co. Buckingham 30 April 1S59 to 11 
November 1868, and for the City of London 10 February 1874 until his 
elevation to the Peerage as Baron Addington of Addington, co. Bucking- 
ham, 22 July 1887 ; sworn a Privy Councillor 6 August 1874 ; F.R.G.S. ; 
Author of " The Currency of the Country " and several other financial 
works ; died, aged 84, at Addmgton Manor on Wednesday, 28 August 
1889, bur. in the churchyard at Addington. Will dated 20 August 
1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 97, 90) 26 February 1890, by Egerton, Baron 
Addington, and the Hon'''' Evelyn Hubbard, sons. 



=Hon'''' Maria Mar- 
garet (Napier), eldest 
dau. of William John, 
9th Lord Napier, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
only dau. of the 
Hon'^'^AndrewJames 
Cochrane Johnstone ; 
born 18 March 181 7 ; 
marr. at Kew, co. 
Surrey, 1 9 May 
1837 ; died, aged 79, 
atAddington Manor, 
18 April 1896, bur. 
at Addington. 



Alice Eliza, of Egerton Hubbard, Baron Addington ; born at 28 Susse.v 
7 Campden Hill Square, Hyde Park, London, on Thursday, 29 December 
Court, Kensing- 1S42 ; educated at Radley and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
ton, London ; matriculated 18 January i86i, B.A. (ist-class Law and 
bomat28Mon- Modern History) 1S65, I^LA. 1S68; admitted to the! 
tagu Square, Russia Company 23 July 1867 (Governor 1889-1915); a 
London, on Member of the Spectacle Makers' Company ; Hon. Colonel 
Thursday, 2 De- Buckinghamshire Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 
cember 1841. formerly Colonel ist Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers 
(V.D.); J. P. and High Steward for Buckingham, J. P. and 
County Alderman for co. Buckingham; M.P. for Bucking- 
ham 5 February 1874 to 24 March 1880, and for North division of co. 
Buckingham 1886 until succeeding his father as 2nd Baron 28 August 
1889 ; died, aged 72, at Addington Manor on Monday, 14 June, bur. at 
Addington on Friday, 18 June 191 5. Will dated 6 August 19 10, proved in 
the Principal Registry 25 February 1916, by Mary Adelaide, Lady 
Addington, the relict. 



=Mary Adelaide, 
3rd dau. of Sir 
U'yndham Spen- 
cer Portal, I St 
Baronet, of Mal- 
shanger, co. 
Hants, by Mary 
Jane his wife, 
dau. of William 
Hicks Beach of 
Oakley Hall, co. 
Hants ; born at 
Mashanger 20 
March 1856; 
marr. at Oakley 
on Thursday, 3 
June 1880. 



Raymond Egerton Hubbard, 
bom at 23 Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, on Tuesday, 1 1 
November 1884; educated 
at Eton and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1908. 



Francis Spencer Hubbard, born at 23 
Cadogan Place, Chelsea, on Sunday, i 
July 1888 ; educated at Eton and at 
Magdalen College, Oxford ; served in 
European War 1914-18, with the Royal 
Fusiliers Public School Battalion. 



Ruth Mary, bom 
at 24 Prince's 
Gate, Kensing- 
ton, London, 30 
October 1896. 



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Edward Hubbard, born at St. Petersburg, 
Russia, 28 December 1806 ; died young. 



Francis Edward Hubbard, born in 
Sussex Square, Hyde Park, London, 
on Sunday, 11 February 1844; Mid- 
shipman Royal Navy 1855 ; died, 
aged 27, at Addington Manor, co. 
Buckingham, on Christmas Day, 187 1. 



Lucy Marian, born in Sussex Square, 
Hyde Park, on Monday, 19 May 1845 ; 
a Sister of the Community of St. 
John-the-Baptist's, Clewer, co. Berks ; 
died, aged 47, at the Manor House, 
Holywell, Oxford, on Monday, 20 
November 1893. Will dated 8 April 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 67, 94) 27 
January 1894, by the Hon'''" Evelyn 
Hubbard, brother. 



Lieut. -Colonel Cecil John=j=Helen Jane, 3rd 



Hubbard of Kingsbridge, co. 
Buckingham ; born at Caver- 
sham, CO. Oxford, on Sundaj', 6 
September 1846, bapt. there ; 
educated at Radley and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 19 
January 1886; Ensign and Lieu- 
tenant Grenadier Guards 6 Feb- 
ruary 1866, Lieutenant and 
Captain 17 April 1869, Captain 
and Lieut. -Colonel 27 September 
1876, Major 5 July 1882, retired 
in 1883 ; served in Egyptian War 
1882 (medal and bronze star); 
J. P. for CO. Buckingham 1878 ; 
formerly Member of the London 
County Council. 



dau. of Arthur 
Macdonald Rit- 
chie, Barrister-at- 
Law, Registrar of 
H.M. High Court 
at Madra.s, India ; 
married at St. 
George's Cathe- 
dral, Madras, on 
Monday 15 April 
1872 ; died at 
Kingsbridge on 
Tuesday, 27 April 
1909. 



Muriel, born at 24 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 4 March 1873. 



Cicely Helen, born at 
Addington House on Fri- 
day, 13 July 1877 ; died, 
aged 9, on Monday, 13 
December 1886. 



John Francis Hubbard, born at Addington= 
House, CO. Buckingham, on Saturday, 5 
June 1880; 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier 
Guards 10 March 1900, Captain 5th Battalion 
Lancashire Fusiliers 23 January 1904 ; served 
in South African War 1902 (medal) ; 
employed on the Coast Guard Administra- 
tion, Cairo, Egypt, 15 July 1915 ; Hon. 
Lieut.- Colonel whilst Instructor at a school 
I February 1918. 



=Kathleen, sth dau. 
of Cyril Wilson of 
3 Morpeth Terrace, 
Westminster ; mar- 
ried at Westminster 
Cathedral on Friday, 
16 January 19 14. 



Hilda Mary, bom at Park Mount, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 27 May 1884. 



I 
Irene Margaret, bom at 3 
Knightsbridge, London, on 
October 1892. 



South Place, 
Thursday, 20 



Gerald Napier Hubbard of The Priory, Elton, Peterborough, = 
CO. Northampton ; born at 24 Prince's Gate, Kensington, 
London, on Sunday, 27 August 1882 ; educated at Eton 
and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; Lieutenant 
Rifle Brigade 18 January 1902 (retired); re-joined the Army 
as Lieutenant Irish Guards in 19 14, Captain 3rd Reserve 
Battalion 15 July 1915 ; served in European War 1914-15 
(wounded). 



=Bertha Caroline, 3rd dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Southwell Gamier, 
Rector of Quidenham, co. Nor- 
folk, by Annie Maria his wife, 
eldest dau. of James Dixon of 
Stumperlow Hall, co. York ; 
marr. 14 January 1908. 



Ralph Arthur Hubbard, 
born 22 October 1908. 



Thomas Edward Hubbard, 
bom at Peterborough 27 
December 191 1. 

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Susan d'Esterre, born 
24 August 1914. 



John Mercer Bosville Durrant of The Priory, Southover, cc^^Frances, born at West Ham, 



Sussex, and of Brabourne, co. Kent (son of Samuel Durrant of 
South MalHng, co. Kent, by Eleanor his wife, dau. of G. Pike) ; 
educated at Winchester; died, aged 71, at Rocklands, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, on Sunday, 21 July 1878, bur. in the cemetery at 
Torquay. Will dated 10 January 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 
943, 78) 27 December 1878, by Horace Durrant, Major ist 
Regiment of West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry, son. ^ 



CO. Essex, 10 April 1S08 
marr. on Saturday, 5 March 
1831; died, aged 68, at Rock- 
lands, Torquay, on Monday, 
30 October 1876, bur. in the 
cemetery at Torquay. 



B 



Arthur Gellibrand Hubbard of The Grange, = 
near East Grinstead, co. Sussex ; born in 
Sussex Square, Hyde Park, London, on Sun- 
day, 6 February 1848 ; Private Secretary for 
Native Affairs, Cape Colony, and Accountant 
to the Basutoland Government, afterwards 
Registrar of the Eastern District Court ; died, 
aged 48, at The Grange on Saturday, 7 March 
1896, bur. at Addington, co. Buckingham. 
Will dated 7 August 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
479, 96) 13 May 1896, by Amy d'Esterre 
Hubbard, relict, and the Hon'''' Evelyn 
Hubbard, brother. 



=Amy d'Esterre, of Selwyn 
Lodge, Westgate-on-Sea, co. 
Kent, 3rd dau. of Charles 
Hugh Huntley, C.M.G., Civil 
Commissioner and Resident 
Magistrate of Albany, South 
Africa, by Isabella Bennet his 
wife, dau. of John Bailie ; 
born in July 1855; marr. at 
the Pro-Cathedral, Grahams- 
town, South Africa, on 
Wednesday, 29 June 1881. 



Rose Ellen, of 
Baldric House, 
Fo 1 k e ston e 
West, CO. Kent; 
bornat Naples, 
Italy, on Mon- 
day, 13 Jan- 
uary 185 1. 



Basil Hope Hubbard, 
born at Selwyn Castle, 
Grahamstown, South 
Africa, on Saturday, 
12 January 1884 ; 
died there, aged 11 
months, 1 1 December 
following. 



Rev. Charles Hamilton Mylne (only son of the= 
Rev. Townshend Webb Mylne, Vicar of 
Westgate-on-Sea, by Caroline Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of Andrew Hamilton) ; born in London 
5 August 1876, bapt. at Streatham, co. Surrey; 
of Keble College, Oxford, matriculated in 1895, 
B.A. 1898, M.A. 1902; Curate of St. Dunstan's, 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, 1901-1902, of Whip- 
pingham, Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1903-1904, 
Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Lahore 
1 904- 1 906, Curate of Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 1906-10, of 
All Hallows Barking, London, 1910-1 1, Vicar 
of Overton with Shipton, co. York, 191 1. 



'Kathleen d'Esterre, 
born at 24 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 8 March 1886, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, 
London ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Upper Chel- 
sea, on Wednesday, 
II October 191 1. 



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Dorothy Isabel, born at Selwyn Castle, 
Grahamstown, 7 April 1888, bapt. at 
Grahamstown Cathedral. 



Noel Agnes, born at Addington Manor, co. 
Buckingham, on Tuesday, 15 December 1890, 
bapt. at Addington. 



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Rev. Thomas Hubbard, born at= 
Egerton House, co. Kent, 6 October 
1809 ; educated at Bordeaux and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 2j April 1829, B.A. 1833, 
M.A. 1836; Curate of Leyton 1834, 
Rector of Roding Aythorpe and Stondon 
Massey, all co. Essex, 1841, first Vicar 
of St. John's, Newbury, co. Berks, i860 ; 
died, aged 69, at Pau, France on 
Wednesday, 27 March 1878, bur. at 
Newbury. Will dated 31 May 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 410, 78) 27 May 
1878, by Edward Bray, Barrister-at-Law, 
and William Francis Hubbard, son. 



=Emily Fanny, eldest dau. of Sir Woodbine Parish, 
K.C.H., by Amelia Martha his ist wife, only child 
of Leonard Becher Morse ; born at Buenos Ayres, 
Argentine Republic, on Tuesday, 2 January 1827; 
marr. at Hove, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, to No- 
vember 1847 ; died at 32 Cornwall Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Friday, 29 January, bur. at 
Newbury on Wednesday, 3 February 1892. Will dated 
7 September 1870, with two codicils dated 7 Septem- 
ber 1878 and 10 March i88g, proved (Prin. Reg., 310, 
92) 15 March 1892, by William Francis Hubbard, 
son, and Edward Bray, Barrister-at-Law, son-in-law. 

(See Pedigree of Parish, Vol. 18, page g2.) 



Emily Fanny, bom at the 
Parsonage, Fairlight,co. Sussex, 
on Wednesday, 7 September 
1848; a Sister of the Com- 
munity of St. John -the - 
Baptist's, Clewer, co. Berks. 



John Edward Hubbard of Southwell= 
Gardens, Gloucester Road, South 
Kensington, London ; born at the 
Rectory, Stondon Massey, 29 August 
1849; educated at Lancing College ; 
admitted to the Russia Company 
6 March 1906. 



=Rose, youngest dau. of 
Thomas Longman of 
Farnborough Hill, co. 
Hants; marr. at Farn- 
borough (by the Rev. 
Thomas Hubbard) 12 
January 1875. 



Vera Emily, born at 42 Hans 
Place, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Monday, 28 
February 1876. 



John Francis Hubbard, born at 
St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tues- 
day, 27 November 1877; died 
22 January 1904. 



Esfiie Woodbine, born 
at St. Petersburg on 
Thursday, 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1879. 



Edward Thomas Hubbard, born 
at St. Petersburg on Tuesday, 10 
January 1882; died, aged 2, at 
St. Petersburg on Thursday, 3 
January 1884. 



Sylvia Rose, born at St. Petersburg 
on Saturday, 29 September 1883 ; 
died, aged 5 months, at St. 
Petersburg on Wednesday, 20 
February 1884. 



Angela Fanny, born 
at St. Petersburg 
on Wednesday, 20 
February 1889. 



Evelyn Hubbard of 32 Draycott Place, London; born at Prince 's=f=Eveline Maude, 4th dau. of 



Gate, Kensington, London, on Thursday, 18 March 1852, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Brompton, London ; educated at Radley and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1870, B.A. 1874, 
M.A. 1878 ; admitted to the Russia Company i March 1887 ; 
one of H.M. Lieutenants for the City of London ; M.P. for 
Lambeth (Brixton division) January 1896 to March 1900; a 
Director of the Bank of England 1890-1909, and of the Metro- 
politan Railway ; Chairman of the Guardian Assurance Company 
and a Commissioner of the Public Works Loan Board 1891 ; 
Alderman of the London County Council 1895-98 ; Hon. 
Company Commander City of London National Guard. 



Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, 
I St Baronet, of Malshanger, 
CO. Hants, by Mary Jane his 
wife, dau. of William Hicks 
Beach of Oakley, co. Hants ; 
born at 18 Chesham Place, 
Belgrave Square, London, on 
Sunday, 10 March 1861, 
bapt. at Oakley ; marr. there 
on Thursday, 25 August 188 1. 



Rev. Harold Evelyn Hubbard, D. S.O., M.C., born in Cleveland Row, St. James's, London, 
on Monday, 12 February 1883, bapt. at Addington, co. Buckingham ; educated at Eton 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated in 1901, B.A. 1905, M.A. 1909; Curate of St. 
Hilda's, South Shields, co. Durham, 1907-10, and of Skelton-in-Cleveland, North Riding, co. 
York, 1911-14; temporary Chaplain to the Forces 1914; served in European ^\'ar 1915-18 
(mentioned in dispatches, wounded, D.S.O. 19 tS, M.C.) 



186 



Charles John Laprimauday (only son of Stephen Laprimauday=j=Anne Frances, bom at Eger- 



of Calcutta, India) ; of St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 
23 April 1825, aged 18, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832; Curate of 
Lavington and of Graffham, both co. Sussex ; seceded to the 
Church of Rome in 185 1 ; died, aged 52, at the Collegio Pio, 
Rome, on Wednesday, 20 January 1858. Will dated 1 December 
1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 465, 58) 22 July 1858, by James 
Robert Hope Scott, Sir John Simeon, Baronet, and Francis 
Thomas New. ^i^ 



ton House, co. Kent, 2 
March 181 1; marr. at Leyton, 
CO. Essex (by the Rev. Charles 
Henry Laprimauday), on 
Thursday, 17 April 1834; 
died at Rome on Easter 
Tuesday, 18 April 1854. 



Thomas Woodbine Hubbard, 
born at 24 Prince's Gate, Ken- 
sington, London, on Monday, 
14 October 1850 ; educated at 
Lancing ; died at St. Heliers, 
Jersey in 1895. 



Hugh Leonard Hubbard of St.= 
John's, Newara-Elyia, Ceylon; born 
at 2 1 Cambridge Square, Hyde 
Park, London, on Sunday, 25 July 
1852 ; died in Ceylon on Thursday, 
3 November 1887. 



=ElIen Mary, dau. of Henry 
Lucius Dampier; marr. at 
St. Cross, Winchester, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 26 
August 1879. 



Hugh Francis Hubbard, born at 
St. John's, Newara-Elyia, on 
Wednesday, 22 December 1880 ; 
of the Surrey Yeomanry. 



Violet, bom at St. John's, Newara- 
Elyia, on Tuesday, 8 August 1882 ; 
of the Community of the Good 
Shepherd. 



Major-General Sir George Barker, K.C.B., of Stanford Place, Faringdon, co.=j=Clemency, born 



Berks (son of Colonel (ieorge Barker of the Hon'''= East India Co.'s Service); 
born 17 December 1849; educated at the Royal Military Academy, Wool- 



at Prince's Gate, 
Kensington, on 



wich ; Lieutenant Royal Engineers 13 January 1869, Captain 1881, Major 1 Sunday, 26 Oc 



1882, Lieut.-Colonel 1894, Colonel 1901, Major-General i December 1906, 
retired 17 December 191 1; Assistant-Instructor School of Military Engineering 
I June 1877 to 6 February 1881, Secretary to Royal Engineer Committee, 
School of Military Engineering, 7 February 1881 to September 1882 ; 
Assistant Inspector-General of Fortifications Headquarters of Army i Sep- 
tember 1894 to 31 January 1901 ; Colonel on Staff Commanding Royal 
Engineers, Eastern district, i March 1901 to 22 August 1904, to the 
IVth Army Corps 4 May 1903 to 22 August 1904, Inspector of Royal 
Engineers 23 August 1904 to 30 September 1908; Commander Eastern 
Coast Defence 8 April 1909 to 1912; served in Egyptian Expedition 1882, 
at action at Tel-et-Mahuta and at Kassassin 9 September, and battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 2 November 
1882, medal with clasp, bronze star, brevet of Major, 4th-class Medjidie) ; in 
Bechuanaland Expedition 1884-85, as D.A.A. and Q.M.G. Intelligence 
Department (honourably mentioned) ; C.B. 30 June 1905, K.C.B. 19 June 
1911- /K 



tober 1856 ; mar- 
riedatAddington, 
CO. Buckingham, 
on Tuesday, 4 
September 18S8. 



Eric Wyndham Hubbard, born at 2 Onslow Square, ^Sylvia, dau. of Herbert Picton Morris 

South Kensington, London, on Wednesday, 28 October of 61 Pont Street, Chelsea, co. Middle- 

1885, bapt. at St. Paul's, Onslow Square ; educated at sex; marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane 

Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford; 2nd Lieutenant Street, Chelsea, on Monday, 11 March 

Welsh Guards 30 January 1918, served with Machine 1918. 
Gun Regiment. 

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William Egerton Hubbard of Leonardslee,= 
Horsham, co. Sussex ; born at Egerton House 
6 September 1812 ; educated at Oakham School ; 
admitted to the Russia Company 7 January 
1848 ; J. P. for CO. Sussex, on roll for High 
Sheriff 1875; died at Leonardslee, aged 71, 
on Wednesday, 5 December 1883, bur. at 
Lower Beading, co. Sussex. Will dated 14 
April 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 389, 84) 2 May 
1884, by William Egerton Hubbard, son. 



=Louisa Ellen, only dau. of William Baldock of 
Cooling Castle, co. Kent, by Louisa Maria 
his wife, only dau. of Samuel Durrant, and 
sister of John Mercer Bosville Durrant (see 
page i8j) ; born at Mailing Priory, Lewes, 
CO. Sussex, in 1816 ; marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 
19 May 1835 ; died, aged 66, at Leonardslee, 
Horsham, on Monday, 18 September 1882, 
bur. at Lower Seeding. 



Louisa Maria, born 
at The Count's 
Hou.se, Mourino, 
Russia, 9 March 
1836 ; known in 
the literary world 
as"L.M.H.";died, 
aged 70, at Gries 
bei Bozen, Austria, 
on Sunday, 25 
November 1906, 
bur. there. Will 
dated I April 1906, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
70, 1907) 7 January 
1907, by William 
Egerton Hubbard. 



Stuart Rendel, Baron Rendel (3rd .son of James=pEllen Sophy, born 



Meadows Rendel, F.R.S.); born 2 July 1834, bapt. at 
Plymouth, co. Devon ; educated at Eton and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 5 November 1852, B.A. 
1857, M.A. 1859; of the Inner Temple, called to the 
Bar 1861 ; M.P. for co. Montgomery 1880, till he was 
created 30 March 1894, Baron Rendel of Hatchlands, 
CO. Surrey, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ; 
President of the University College of Wales; J. P. 
for CO. Montgomery ; an Officer of the Order of 
the Crown of Italy and a Knight of the Order of 
Charles XII. of Spain ; died at 10 Palace Green, 
Kensington Palace Gardens, London, on Wednesday, 
4 June, bur. at East Clandon, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
7 June 19 1 3. Will dated 24 May 19 13, proved at 
the Principal Registry 31 July 19 13, by Henry Neville 
Gladstone, Edward Martin Dunne and Wilbraham 
Villiers Cooper, sons-in-law, and Henry Stuart 
Goodhart Rendel, grandson. /t\ 



at The Count's 
House, Mourino, 
20 February 1838; 
marr. at Lower 
Beeding, co. Sus- 
sex, I October 
1857 (marriage 
settlements dated 
28 September); 
died at 10 Palace 
(ireen, Kensington 
Palace Gardens, 
London, on Mon- 
day, 19 May 191 2, 
buried at Hatch- 
lands. 



His Honour Sir Edward Bray of 26 Queen's Gate Gardens, South= 
Kensington, London (younger son of Reginald Bray of Shere, co. 
Surrey, F.S.A., by Frances his wife, dau. of Thomas N. Longman of 
Farnborough, co. Hants) ; born 19 August 1849 ; educated at Westminster 
School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1868, B.A. 1873; of Lincoln's Inn, Barristerat-Law 7 June 1875 ; 
County Court Judge, Birmingham, 1905-1907, of London 1908-11, of 
Bloomsbury 1911-14, and of Wandsworth 1914-18; Chairman of the 
Council of County Court Judges ; knighted i January 1919 ; Author of 
"Bray on Discovery" and "Bray's Digest of Discovery." /)\ 



'Edith Louisa, born 
28 January 1854 ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', 
Woolton Hill, New- 
bury, CO. Berks, on 
Tuesday, 22 July 
1872. 



Bertram John Hubbard, M.C. ; born at Addington Manor, co. Buckingham, on Tuesday, 27 
August 1895, bapt. at St. Mary's, Paddington ; educated at Eton, gained open scholarship at 
Christ Church, Oxford, in December 19 13, Newcastle Medallist 1914 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve; served in European War 1914 (M.C); killed in action, 
aged 22, on Saturday, i December 1917. 



188 



Rev. John Gibson, born 28 October 1802 ; of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge; B.A. 1826, M.A. 1829, 
B.D. 1836, Fellow and Tutor; Curate of St. John's, 
Stratford, co. Esse.x, Vicar of Furoeaux Pelham with 
Brent Pelham, co. Hertford, 1839 until his death; 
died, aged 61, at Furneaux Pelham 19 December 1863, 
bur. there. Will dated 17 October 1846, with codicil 
dated 30 November 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 318, 64) 
18 May 1864, by Jane Gibson, the relict. /t\ 



=Jane, born at Egerton House, co. 
Kent, 30 November 1813 ; marr. at 
West Ham, co. Essex, on Tuesday, 
2 August 1836; died, aged 73, at 
Quarry House, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Monday, 4 April 
1887, bur. at Lower Beeding, co. 
Sussex. 



Jane Clifford, eldest= 
dau. of the Rev. Carey 
Hampton Borrer, Rec- 
tor of Hurstpierpoint, 
CO. Sussex, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, 3rd 
dau. of James Orr of 
Holywood House, co. 
Down ; born 28 No- 
vember 1841 ; marr. 
at Hurstpierpoint on 
Thursday, 24 Novem- 
ber 1870; died, aged 
51, at Selehurst, Hor- 
sham, CO. Sussex, on 
Monday, 1 3 June 1 89 2, 
bur. at Lower Beeding. 
1st wife. 



Nina Louellen, born 
at 63 Eaton Square, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 9 October 
1878, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. 



'William Egerton Hubbard, boni at 24 Notting Hill=Y 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 23 January 1844; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, | 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1862, B.A. 1866; a 
Director of the London and County Bank, of the 
Russia Company i March 1869, of the London and 
St. Katharine's Docks, and of the Northern Assurance 
Company; Captain (Hon. Major 1886) 2nd Sussex 
Rifle Volunteers 1872-87, formerly Adjutant of the 
Volunteer Corps at Eton, and in temporary command 
of the Cambridge University Volunteers ; Alderman of 
the first West Sussex County Council and Chairman of 
the Education Committee ; died, aged 73, at Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent, 10 January 19 18, bur. at Lower Beeding. 
Will dated 27 April 191 7, with codicil dated 15 May 

191 7, proved in the Principal Registry 12 March 

1918, by Henry 
Stephen Hope 
and John 
Charles Jesson. 




=Mary Emily, 
dau. of 'I'homas 
Jesson of Clar- 
endon Terrace, 
Brighton, co. 
Sussex, by Anne 
Frances his wife, 
dau. of Thomas 
Read Kemp ; 
born 10 March 
1858; marr. at 
Lower Beeding 
30 December 
1897 ; died 17 
November: 9 1 7, 
bur. at Lower 
Beeding. 2nd 
wife. 



Marion Elizabeth, born 
at 63 Eaton Square 
on Sunday, 28 Decem- 
ber 1879, bapt. at Lower 
Beeding ; died 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 1 892, bur. at Lower 
Beeding. 



Edward John Egerton Hubbard, born 
at 20 Eaton Place on Tuesday, 24 
January, bapt. at Lower Beeding 5 ^Iarch 
1899 ; educated at Wellington and at 
Hertford College, Oxford ; joined the 
Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant in 
May 191 7 ; served in European ^\^^r 
January to December 1918. 



William Francis Hubbard, born at Donnington=Antoinette Koch, 
Priory, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 24 February married at the 
1857 ; educated at Radley and at Christ Gooreynd, Bel- 
Church, Oxford ; some time Correspondent gium, 1 2 Septem- 
for "The Times" at Madrid and Rome. ber 191 1. 



Theodore Stephen Hubbard 
of the Argentine Republic ; 
born at Donnington Priory 
on Friday, 5 February 1858. 



Mary Margaret, born at Don- 
nington Priory on Thursday. 
22 September 1859; a Sister of 
the Community of St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Clewfer, co. Berks. 



Godfrey Hubbard, born at Donnington Priory on Monday, 
27 August i860; Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 September 
1880, Lieutenant H.M.S. ''Zephyr"; killed by a shell from 
a Chinese fort at Foochoo, aged 24, on Saturday, 13 
September 1884. Will dated 12 September 1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 38, 85) 26 January 1885, by Edward Bray, gent. 



181, 



Sir Woodbine Parish of Quarry House, St. Leonards-on-Sea, co. Sussex,- 
F.R.S. (eldest son of Woodbine Parish of Bawburgh Hall, co. Norfolk, 
by Elizabeth his wife, only surviving child of the Rev. Henry Headley, 
Vicar of North Walsham, co. Norfolk) ; born in London 14 September 
1796; educated at Eton, entered in 1810 ; entered the Diplomatic Service 
1 8 14, appointed Attach^ to Lord Castlereagh in Paris 181 5, Consul- 
General in Buenos Ayres 10 January 1824, concluded a treaty of amity and 
commerce 2 February 1825, Charge d'Affaires 1825-32, when the Government 
presented him with letters of citizenship and a diploma to take and bear the 
arms of the Republic for himself and his descendants, "in chief azure a sun 
rising or " ; sent to Naples as Chief Commissioner to settle the British claims 
upon the Neapolitan Government in consequence of the sulphur monopoly 
17 November 1840 ; joint Plenipotentiary with Sir William Temple to make 
a new commercial treaty with the King of Naples 1842, treaty signed 1845 ! 
F.R.S. 4 March 1824, F.G.S. 1832 ; F.R.G.S. (Vice-President) ; Knight 
Commander of Hanover 1832 ; knighted at St. James' Palace 
I March 1837; Author of "Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of Rio 
de la Plata," 1838; died, aged 87, at Quarry House, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
16 August, bur. at Fairlight, co. Susse.\, on Wednesday, 22 August 1882. 
Will dated 29 July 1880. Portrait in oils by Thotnas Phillips, R.A., in 
the possession of his son, Charles IVoodbyne Parish, and a Miniature, 
by Thompson, painted in 1S18 at Aix-laChapelle, in the possession of his 
daughter. Lady Shuttleworth. He married istly at Norwood, co. Surrey, 17 
May 1S19, Amelia Martha Jane, only child of Leonard Becher Morse, 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, Principal Deputy Commissioner- 
General of H.^L Forces; bom 11 March 1795; died, aged 40, at St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, on Thursday, 22 October 1835. 



A 



=Louisa Ann, born 
at Egerton House, 
CO. Kent, 28 No- 
vember 1814 ; 
marr. at Leyton, 
CO. Essex (by 
the Rev. Thomas 
Hubbard), on 
Tuesday, 7 May 
1844 ; died, aged 
73. at Quarry 
House, St. Leo- 
nard's-on-Sea, 20 
March 1888, bur. 
at Fairlight. Will 
dated 24 May 
1883. Miniature 
painted in 1844, 
by Sir William 
Ross, R.A., with 
Miss Ellen Hub- 
bard, her sister, 
in the possession 
of Cluirles Il'ood- 
byne Parish, her 
son. 2nd wife. 



{For issue see Pedigree of Parish, Vol. 18, page 8^. 



Ellen Parsons, born at Egerton House 23 September 1816; died, aged 90, 
at 48 Warrior Square, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, on Thursday, 25 April, 
bur. at Fairlight on Monday, 29 April 1907. 



Edward Egerton 
Hubbard, bom at 
Sufton Court, co. 
Hereford, on Satur- 
day, 26 December 
1846; died, aged 
17, at St. Leonard's 
Lodge, Horsham, 
CO. Sussex, on Tues- 
day, 2 2 March 
1864, bur. at Lower 
Seeding, CO. Sussex. 



Ernest Egerton 
Hubbard, born at 
Forest House, Ley- 
tonstone, co. Essex, 
on Monday, i De- 
cember 185 1 ; died, 
aged 13, at St. 
Leonard's Lodge, 
Horsham, on Wed- 
nesday, 30 May 
1865, bur. at Lower 
Seeding. 



Sir Edmund Giles Loder, Baronet,=pMarion, born at 
of Leonardslee, Horsham, and of 24 Kensington 
Beech House, Worthing, co. Palace Gardens, 
Sussex; born 7 August 1849; London, on 
educated at Eton and at Trinity Wednesday, 24 
College, Cambridge, matriculated August 1853; 
Michaelmas Term, 1869, B.A. marr. at Lower 
1873, M.A. 1876; J.P. for the Seeding 21 No- 
counties of Sussex and Northamp- vember 1876. 
ton. High Sheriff for the latter 
county 1888; succeeded his father 
Sir Robert, as 2nd Baronet, 27 
May 1888. /K 



Bernard Lucian Hubbard, born at Donnington Priory, co. Berks, on Thursday, 8 January 
1863 ; Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry i February 1883, afterwards of the 17th 
Bengal Infantry; served in the Soudan Campaign 1885, present at the engagement of the 
Tofrek Zereba and at that near Tofrek 24 March (medal with two clasps, Khedive's star) ; 
killed by a fall from his horse near Benares, India, aged 24, on Sunday, 22 July 1888. 



Rev. Cyril Egerton Hubbard of New Lodge, Hartfield, co. Sussex ;• 
born at 24 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, on Monday, 
20 November 1854, bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington ; 
educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1875, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882; 
Curate of West Ham, co. Essex, 1879-81, of Hitchin, co. Hertford, 
1881-82, Vicar of Lower Beeding, co. Sussex, 1883-86, Rector of 
St. Michael's, Lichfield, 1886-92 ; Chaplain at Gotha, Germany, 
1901-1905, and St. Jean du Luz, France, 1905-1909 ; attached 
to St. George's Church, Paris, 1912-15. 



■Agnes Mary, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Canon Thomas 
Scott, Vicar of West Ham, 
CO. Essex, by Mary Amelia 
his wife, 2nd dau. of John 
Eldad Walters of Ewell, 
CO. Surrey ; bom at Ewell ; 
marr. at the parish church. 
West Ham, on Saturday, 
I October 1881. 



Leonard Egerton Hubbard of Hobart, Tasmania ; born= 
at Hitchin, co. Hertford, on Tuesday, 29 August 1882, 
bapt. at Lower Beeding ; educated at Charterhouse 
(1896-99), and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1900 ; Lieutenant Army 
Service Corps 1918 : served with the Expeditionary 
Force in North Russia. 



=Mary Macdonald, 2nd dau. of 
Alexander Campbell of Auchanjoss, 
CO. Bute ; marr. at the British 
Consulate, Havre, France, and at the 
English Church, Etretat, Normandy, 
on Monday, 28 August 1905. 



Pauline Alys Mary, 
born 17 January 
1909. 



Gilbert Ernest Hubbard, born at the= 
Vicarage, Lower Beeding, on Monday, 27 
April 1885, bapt. at Lower Beeding ; 
educated at Charterhouse ; B.A. from 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; Vice-Consul 
in H.M. Levant Consular Service; Author 
of " From the Gulf to Ararat." 



=Dorothy Wheatley, dau. of Brigadier- General 
Richard Francis Johnson, C.B., C.M.G., of 
To^vnfield, Hayes, co. Middlesex, by Mabel Edith 
Moreton his wife, only dau. of Colonel Moreton 
John Wheatley, C. B., R.E., of GwersyUt Hall, 
Denbigh ; marr. at the parish church, Hayes, on 
Thursday, 16 October 1913. 



Anne, born 9 
December 19 16. 



Joseph Gumey Fox (youngest son of Robert Barclay Fox of Grove Hill,=f=Agnes Dorothea, 



near Falmouth, co. Cornwall, by Jane Gumey his wife, dau. of Jonathan 
Backhouse of Polam, Darlington, co. Durham) ; born 9 September 1850; 
died, aged 62, at Soledad, St. Jean de Luz, France, on Sunday, 29 
December 1912. Will dated 16 November 1905, with codicil dated 15 
May 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 212, 1913) 13 February 1913, by Sir 
Jonathan Edmund Backhouse, Baronet, and Edmund Thomas Moore 
Teesdale. He married istly 9 July 1873, Margaret May, dau. of 
William Just of Bankfields, Eastham, co. Chester; she died 25 



March 1898. 



A 



born at St. John's 
Vicarage, Newbur)-, 
CO. Berks, on Mon- 
day, 8 March 1869; 
marr. at Addington, 
CO. Buckingham, on 
Tuesday, 28 April 
1903. 2nd wife. 



191 



Keith Lucas, Sc.D., F.R.S. (son of Francis Robert=i=Alys, of Kent- 
Lucas, by Katharine his wife, dau. of John 
Riddle) ; born at Greenwich, co. Kent, 8 March 
1879 ; educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1898, 
Sc.D. 191 1, Fellow (1904) and Lecturer in Natural 
Science, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Croonian 
Lecturer, Royal Society, 1912; F.R.S. 1913; 
enlisted in the Honourable Artillery Company in 
1 9 14, but was sent on experimental work in the 
Royal Aircraft Factory at Farnborough, co. 
Surrey ; gazetted Captain in the Royal Flying 
Corps I December 19 15, having been previously 
killed in a collision of aeroplanes over Salisbury 
Plain 5 October 1916, while qualifying for his 
pilot's certificate, and was buried in the Military 
Cemetery at Aldershot. 

A 



ford, Tonbridge, 
CO. Kent ; born 
at Lower Heed- 
ing, CO. Sussex, 
on Friday, 26 
October 1888, 
bapt. there; marr. 
at St. Jean de 
Luz, France, 
March 1909. 



25 



Elinor, born at St. 
Michael's Rectory, Lich- 
field, on Tuesday, 28 
April 1891, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Lichfield ; 
marr. in the chapel of 
the Pourtalbs Hospital at 
Neuchatel, Switzerland, 
on Monday, 4 August 
1 913, as his 2nd wife, 
Count Bernard Alex- 
andre Georges Edmond 
de Pourtalfes of Chateau 
du Petit Bellevue, Seind 
et Oisd, France, and 
of Mauensee, Canton de 
Lucerne, Switzerland. 



I 
Major Samuel John Marton Sampson, M.C., of=pJanet, born at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 
on Thursday, 30 
January, bapt. at 
Lower Beeding on 
Easter Day, 5 April 
1896 ; marr. at West 
Drayton, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 17 
August 1 9 16. 



658 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, London 
(eldest son of Samuel Arthur Sampson of 5 
Campden Hill Gardens, Kensington, Barrister- 
at-Law) ; educated at Rugby and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; Captain 9th County of 
London Battalion The London Regiment 
(Queen Victoria's Rifles), 5 February 1907, 
Major 15 July 1915; served in European War 
1914-19 (mentioned in despatches "London 
Gazette," 22 June 1915, Military Cross, 
Territorial Ofificers' Decoration). 



Michael Edmund 
Hubbard, born at 
New Lodge, Hartfield, 
CO. Sussex, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 1 April, bapt. 
at Hartfield 25 May 
1900 ; educated at 
Bedales and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; 
Cadet Royal Garrison 
Artillery 19 18. 



192 



iSlofelb of ^otoeton l^ouse, co, jBtorfolfe< 

Anns. — Sable a chevron between three trefoils slipped or. 
Crest. — Three feathers on a cushion. 
Mollo. — Domino quid Keddam. 



Rev. Thomas Calthorpe Blofeld of Hoveton House, co. Norfolk=(=Mary Caroline, 3rtl dau. 



(younger son of Thomas Blofeld of Hoveton, Barrister-at-Law, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of Henry Spencer of Dulwich, co. Surrey) ; 
born i6 August 1777 ; of Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1 80 1, MA. 1805 ; Vicar of Bishop's Norton, co. Lincoln, 
19 March 1802, 16 December 1803, 4 December 1804, and 
24 November 1819; Rector of Kelmingham, co. Norfolk, 15 
August 1803 and 15 November 1804, and of Hoveton St. Peter 
with St. John, CO. Norfolk, 14 September 1819 ; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Norfolk ; died, aged 77, at Hoveton House, 24 February 
1855. Admon granted (P.C.C.) 18 June 1855, to the Rev. Thomas 
John Blofeld, son. 



and only surviving child 
of Captain Francis 
Grose, F.S.A., by his 
wife Catherine Jordan, 
of Canterbury, co. Kent; 
marr. at VValton, co. 
Norfolk, 7 May 1802 ; 
died 5 January 1852. 
Adiiion granted (P.C.C.) 
in May 1852. 



Rev. Thomas John Blofeld of Hoveton House ; bom at=|=CatherineCharlotte, Mary Catherine, 

Lammas, co. Norfolk, 22 February 1807 ; educated 

at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 

pensioner 12 July 1824, matriculated 1825, B..-\. 1829, 

M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Old Sodbury, co. Gloucester, 

12 July 1833, Rector of Hellesden-with-Drayton 15 

August 1837-51, Vicar of Hoveton St. Peter with 

St. John 1851 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk ; died, 

aged 74, at Hoveton House 29 May i88i. Will dated 

a6 May 1869, with codicil dated 8 July 1870, proved 

at Norwich 3 August 18S1, by Thomas Calthorpe 

Blofeld and the Rev. Robert Singleton Blofeld, sons. 



John. 



youngest dau. of died unmarried 
the Rev. Anthony on Thursday, i 
Collelt, Rector of May 185 1, bur. 
Heveningham, co. at Hoveton St. 
Suffolk ; marr. at 
Heveningham 1 5 
April 1834 ; died, 
aged 68, at Hove- 
ton House on 
Monday, 7 October 
1872. 



Thomas Calthorpe Blofeld of Hoveton House; born= 
15 December 1836, bapt. at Old Sodbury ; educated at 
Eton, admitted 1850, and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1855, B.A. 
1859, M.A. 1863 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar 
27 January 1862 ; J.P. for co. Norfolk; Recorder for 
Ipswich 1877-1906 ; Chancellor of the diocese of 
Norwich i88i ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions for 
Norfolk ; a Director of the Norwich Union Life 
Insurance Society (President 1899-1906); died, aged 
72, at Hoveton House on Saturday, 5 December 
1908. Will dated 19 December 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 169, 1909) 17 February 1909, by Fanny 
Elizabeth Blofeld, the relict, John Calthorpe Blofeld, 
son, and Henry Tyrwhitt Staniforth Patteson, 
nephew. 



=Fanny Elizabeth, 4th dau. of the Rev. 
John Anthony Partridge, Rector of 
Baconsthorpe, co. Norfolk, by Louisa 
Isabella his wife, youngest dau. of 
Thomas Tyrwhitt-Drake of Shardeloes, 
CO. Buckingham i^see "Notes " to 
"Visitation of England and ll'a/es," 
Vol. 7, page ijs) ; born 30 July 1839 ; 
marr. at Thorpe, co. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, 6 May 1868 ; died at Hill 
House, Eaton St. Andrew, co. Norfolk, 
on Wednesday, 9 March, bur. at Hove- 
ton on Saturday, 12 March 19 10. 
AdiTion granted at the Principal 
Registry 23 May 1910, to John 
Calthorpe Blofeld. 



Louisa Catharine, born at 4 
Ridgway Terrace, Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, 31 
January 1869. 



Mary Charlotte, born at 
Wimbledon on Monday, 
6 February 187 1. 

193 



Alice Gertrude, born at Hoveton 
House on Monday, 1 1 November 
1873, bapt. at Hoveton. 



Rev. Robert Singleton Blofeld, born 7 January= 
1839, bapt. at Drayton, co. Norfolk ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1857, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; Curate of 
Risby 1S62-63, and of Woolpit, both co. Suffolk, 
1863-64; Vicar of Ormesby, 1864-94; Rector of 
Sparham, both co. Norfolk, 1894 -19 15 ; J. P. for 
CO. Norfolk ; died at the Rectory, Sparham, 31 
May, bur. at Ormesby St. Margaret 4 June 191 5. 
Will dated 26 June 191 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1237, 1915) 3 July 1915, by the Rev. Francis 
Singleton Blofeld, son, and William JebbWigston. 



=Fanny Louisa, dau. of the 
Rev. William Boycott, Rec- 
tor of Wheatacre Burgh, 
CO. Suffolk, by Elizabeth 
Georgiana his wife, dau. of 
Captain Arthur Beevor ; 
marr. at Ormesby St. Mar- 
garet 20 June 1867, marriage 
settlements dated same day ; 
died 20 April 1886, bur. at 
Ormesby St. Margaret. 



Francis Grose 
Blofeld, born 
8 April 1845 ; 
died, aged 6, 
at Hoveton 
House, CO. 
Norfolk, on 
Monday, 28 
April 1851. 



Rev. Francis Singleton Blofeld of 47 Surrey Street, Norwich ; bom at= 
the Vicarage, Ormsby St. Margaret, on Tuesday, 16 June 1868; educated 
at King's School, Ely, Bedford (irammar School and at the Grammar 
School, Great Yarmouth ; B.A. from Durham University, L.Th. (Exhibi- 
tioner in Theology) ; Curate of Heckmondwike, co. York, 1899-1901, of 
St. Thomas', Brampton, co. Derby, 1901-1903 ; Rector of St. Matthew's, 
Nassau, Bahamas, 1903-1906; Curate of East Barsham (in charge of 
Little Snoring) 1906-1907, of Great and Little Witchingham 1907 
-1908, of Redenhall with Harleston 1910-12, and of Eaton, all co. 
Norfolk, 1912 ; Vicar of St. Etheldred and Rector of St. Peter's, 
Southgate, Norwich, 19 16. 



=Frances Mary, dau. 
of John Gaymer 
of North Walsham, 
CO. Norfolk ; marr. 
at the Church of 
the Transfiguration, 
New York, 20 
September 1903. 



John Singleton Blofeld, born at 
Nassau, Bahamas, 30 June 1904, 
bapt. at St. Matthew's, Nassau. 



John Calthorpe Blofeld of Hoveton= 
House, CO. Norfolk ; born there on 
Tuesday, i June 1875, bapt. at 
Hoveton ; educated at Eton, admitted 
September 1888, and at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge ; J. P. for co. Norfolk 
1903 ; 2nd Lieutenant 4th Volunteer 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment 1894, 
Captain 1896; Recruiting Officer for 
Norfolk August 1 9 1 4 ; Commissioner to 
Board of Agriculture November 191 7. 



■Isabel Clare, elder dau. of Thomas Henry Burroughes 
of Ketton Cottage, Stamford, co. Rutland, by 
Susan Helen his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of Jesse David 
Watts-Russell of Biggin Hall, co. Northampton, M.P. ; 
born at Ketton on Thursday, 7 December 187 1 ; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, Wells Street, London (by the 
Rev. Edward Robert Burroughes), on Tuesday, 21 
October 1902. 

{See Pedigree of Bi/rro7tghes, Vol. ig, page 14.) 



Thomas Robert Calthorpe Blofeld, bom 10 
September 1903, bapt. at Ketton; educated 
at Eton, admitted 3 May 191 7. 



Kythe Susan, bom at Quidenham 
Cottage, CO. Norfolk, on Sunday, 28 
February 1909, bapt. at Quidenham. 



194 



John Francis Penyston of Cornwell Manor, co. Oxford,= 
eldest son of the Rev. John Anthony Partridge, Rector of 
Malpas, CO. Chester, by Louisa Isabella his wife, youngest 
dau. of Thomas Tyrwhitt-Drake of Shardeloes, co. Bucking- 
ham {see " A^'otes " to " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. 7, page ijs) ', bom 29 May 1827 ; J. P. for co. Oxford ; 
assumed the name and arms of Penyston by Royal Licence 
dated 29 August 1873; died at Cornwell Manor 7 June 
1893, bur. at Cornwell, co. O.xford. ^Vill dated 21 September 
1882, with two codicils dated 13 April 1889 and 14 May 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 765, 93) 11 August 1893, by 
Henry Staniforth Patteson, Thomas Calthorpe Blofeld, 
Lewis John Berger, brother-in-law, and Edward Thomas 
Partridge. 



=Catharine Mary, marr. at Hoveton 
St. John, CO. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 
20 July 1858 ; died at Hill Lodge, 
Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, 4 
June, bur. at Cornwell 8 J une 1 9 1 5. 
^^'ill dated 26 January 1905, with 
two codicils dated 30 May and 
5 September 191 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1362, 15) 19 July 191 5, 
by John Calthorpe Blofeld, 
nephew, the Rev. William CoUing- 
wood Carter, and William Jebb 
Wigston. 



Catherine Isabella, 
bom 2 2 August 
1869, bapt. at 
Ormesby St. Mar- 
garet, CO. Norfolk. 



Arthur Robert Blofeld of Station Road, North= 
Walsham, co. Norfolk; born 27 November 
1870, bapt. at Ormesby St. Margaret; 
educated at the Grammar Schools at Bedford 
and at Great Yarmouth. 



=Amy Dora, dau. of John 
Henry Dixon Steel ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 15 March 
1900. 



Alfred Grose Blofeld= 
of Everett, Washing- 
ton, U.S.A. ; born 
29 August 1873, 
bapt. at Ormesby 
St. Margaret ; edu- 
cated at Great 
Yarmouth Grammar 
School. 



^Florence Mary, 
dau. of James 
Cabban ; marr. at 
St. Martin's -in - 
the-Fields, West- 
minster, 3 Sep- 
tember 1907. 



Francis Woodrow Creraer of= 
Salisbury Road, Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk (2nd son of John 
Edmund Cremer of Sparham 
House, Sparham, co. Norfolk, by 
Maria his wife, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Starling Norgate of 
Sparham) ; bom 26 January, bapt. 
at Sparham 4 May 1879. 

{See Pedigree of Cremer, Vol. g, 
page 80, and Addenda, Vol. /J, 
page X.) 



=Fanny Georgina, 
bom 21 October 
1879, bapt. at 
Ormesby St 
Margaret ; marr. 
at Sparham on 
Wednesday, 24 
August 1904. 



A 



Leonard Singleton Blofeld, 
born 17 October 1909. 



Fanny, born 6 Kathleen Mary, bom 
November 1911. 19 December 1914. 




195 



Bouse. 



Anns, — Or an eagle displayed azure preening 

its breast membered gules. 
Crest. — A dove proper. 
Motto. — Vescitur Christo. 

Rev. Ezekiel Athanasius Rouse of Eastway, Morwenstow,=^ 
CO. Cornwall (eldest son of the Rev. Oliver Rouse, Rector of 
Tetcott, CO. Devon, by Priscilla Amelia his wife, dau. of 
Ezekiel Athanasius Rouse) ; born at Morchard Bishop, co. 
Devon, 23 December 1807; of Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1832; Curate of North Tamerton, co. 
Devon; died at Eastway 10 October 1856, bur. at Morwen- 
stow. Will dated 22 May 1856, proved (P.C.C. 868, 56) 
18 November 1856, by Elizabeth Mary Rouse, the relict, and 
George Oliver Peard, son-in-law. 



&. QL )^Uv3^51«. 



Elizabeth Mary, 
dau. of the 
Rev. John Davis, 
Rector of Kilk- 
hampton, co. 
Cornwall ; marr. 
at Kilkhampton 
in 1832; died at 
The Cottage, 
Great Elm, co. 
Somerset, bur. at 
Frome. 



George Walters, born at= 
Pulteney Street, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 28 No- 
vember 1817 ; marr. 
at Morwenstow 24 
January 1854 ; died 
at The Mall, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 26 No- 
vember 1891, bur. in 
the old cemetery, Bath. 
I St husband. 



=Elizabeth Mary, born at Poughill, co.= 
Devon, 3 February 1833, bapt. there ; 
died at Highfield, Pembury, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, 2 August 1908, cremated 
at Woking, co. Surrey, the remains being 
subsequently interred in the cemetery 
there. Will dated 24 July 1905, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1643, 1908) 5 November 
1908, by Humphrey Maurice Morgans 
and John Skelton-Downes. 



=William Morgans, born 
12 June 1851 ; marr. in 
London 18 January 
1894 ; died at 59 Sloane 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, i May 1902, 
cremated at Woking, 
the remains being sub- 
quently interred in 
the cemetery there. 
2nd husband. 



John Rouse, William Dunn of Frome, Solicitor ; born in London=pPriscilla Catherine, 

born in 1834; 5 July 1830; admitted a Solicitor Easter Term 1854; | born at Morwenstow 

died in infancy, Clerk of the Peace for co. Somerset ; died at Garston 

bur. at Mor- Lodge, Frome, 16 June 1903. Will dated 5 November 

wenstow. 1902, proved (Prin. Reg. 966, 1903) 3 August 1903, 

by Alice Dunn, the relict, and Henry Charles Porter. 
He married 2ndly at St. Clement's, Gloucester, 28 May 
1863, Alice, dau. of William Morgan Meyler of 
Ashmead House, Gloucester. She died at Ashmeade, 
Frome, 23 July 19 14. /\ 



on Christmas Day, 
1835 ; marr. there in 
May 1856 ; died at 
Gentle Street, Frome, 
25 November 1857, 
bur. at Frome. 1st 
wife. 



Ezekiel Rouse of Morwenstow and of Bideford, co. Devon ; born= 
at Morwenstow 7 May 1841, bapt. there; educated at Radley ; 
L.R.C.P.Edin. andL.M. 1871, M.R.C.S. Edin. 187 1; Medical Ofificer 
of Health and Analyst Bideford Rural District, Medical Officer of 
Health Northam Urban District and for the Port Sanitary Authority ; 
Surgeon-Lieutenant 4th Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment ; 
died at Lenwood, Northam, 9 February 1898, bur. in the Church 
Cemetery, East-the-Water, Bideford. 



196 



=Margaret 
of the Re 
Ludlow 
Bideford 
Vicarage, 
Devon, 
marr. at 
Northam, 



Lloyd, 4th dau. 
V. Arthur Raiuey 

of Durrant, 
; born at The 

Mortehoe, co. 
4 May 1855 ; 
St. Margaret's, 
1 8 January 1882. 



Daniel Henry King, of= 
Stratton, co. Cornwall ; bom 
there 25 March 1846 ; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 
1832 ; marr. at Great Elm, 
CO. Somerset, 16 July 1872 ; 
died at Bridgeland Street, 
Bideford, co. Devon, 12 
September 1874, bur. at 
Poughill, CO. Cornwall. ist 
husband. 



'Louisa Marion, bom at= 
Morwenstow, co. Devon, 17 
March 1 849 ; died at River- 
side, Northam, co. Devon, 
I July 191 1, bur. at Northam. 
Will dated 28 July 1909, 
proved at Exeter 29 August 
191 1, by George Oliver 
Peard, the husband. 



■=George Oliver Peard of Bideford, 
Solicitor; born 18 June 1843; 
admitted a Sohcitor Michaelmas 
Term 1867; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bideford, 24 February 1879; 
died at the Hotel Metropole, 
London, 18 April 1912, bur. 
at Northam, co. Devon. 2nd 
husband. 



John Carbonell of 33 Hawke Road, Norwood,=f=Barbara Madelaine Honor, 



CO. Surrey (eldest son of John Carbonell of 
Fairleigh, Reigate, co. Surrey, by Mary his wife, 
2nd dau. of Arthur Dabbs of Seckington, co. 
Warwick) ; born at Strawberry Vale House, 
East Finchley, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
16 April, bapt. at Christ Church, North Finchley, 
24 June 1879; educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School. 



born at Bridgeland Street, 
Bideford, 3 1 January, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bideford, i March 1883; 
marr. there 7 September 
1904. 



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{See Pedigree of Carbonell, Vol. 18, 



Dorothy Mary 
Annette, born 
at Bridgeland 
Street, Bideford, 
30 September, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bideford, 
19 October 1887. 






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iius!), formerly of iiratiforl)=^on=a;bon, 

CO. W^iUa. 



James Bush of Bradford-on-Avon,=pElizabeth, dau. of Stephen Temple 



CO. Wilts (eldest son of John Bush 
of Bradford-on-Avon, by Annie his 
wife, dau. of Henry Feners-Fenwick); 
born at Bradford-on-Avon 5 May 
1772, bapt. there; died at Bradford- 
on-Avon 5 December 1846, bur. 
there. M.I. 



of Bradford-on-Avon ; born at Brad- 
ford-on-Avon 24 December 1768; 
marr. there 15 August 1797 ; died at 
Bradford - on - Avon 30 April 1847, 
bur. there. M.I. 



John Bush of Bradford-on-Avon (only=f=Margaret, dau. of George Wheeler of Bradford-on- 



child) ; born at Bradford-on-Avon 20 June 
1799, bapt. there; died at Bradford-on- 
Avon 3 June 1872, bur. in the cemetery 
there. M.I. 



Avon; born at Bradford-on-Avon 3 July 1796; 
marr. there 15 January 1825; died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 20 September 1853, bur. at the 
Abbey, Bath. 



George Bush of Preston, co. Lancaster=j=Anne, 2nd dau. of James Rothwell of Knightsbridge, 



(only son) ; born at Bradford-on-Avon 
9 March 1826, bapt. there; educated 
at Bradford-on-Avon ; died in London 
25 April 1875 ; bur. in the cemetery 
at Preston 29 April 1875. M.I. 



London, and of Bath, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Mallory of London ; born in London 2 August 
1825; marr. at Holy Trinity, Bristol, 31 May 1846; 
died at Preston 15 October 1903, bur. in the cemetery 
there. M.I. 



James Bush of Middelburg,= 
Transvaal, South Africa, Civil 
Engineer; born at Bristol 22 
May 1848, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bristol ; educated at 
Bridport Grammar School, 
CO. Dorset ; Mayor of Middel- 
burg 1900-1902 ; J.P. ; died 
at Middleburg in 1910, bur. 
there. 



=Sarah Margaret, 
of Middelburg, 
dau. of John 
Hunter of Glas- 
ton, Furness, co. 
Lancaster ; marr. 
at Worsbrough, 
CO. York, I June 
1878. 



Edward John Mousley=|=Elizabeth, of Bris 



(son of Joseph Mousley 
of Leicester, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of George 
Thorpe of Leicester) ; 
born 8 October 1852; 
diedat Brisbane, Queens- 
land, in May 1909; bur. 
there. /|\ 



bane,Queensland ; 
born at Bristol 26 
September 1850, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Bristol ; 
marr. at Preston 
12 March 1879. 



Percy Hunter Bush, born at 
Ulverston, co. Lancaster, i June 
1884; joined theCape Mounted 
Rifles, and was killed in the 
South African War in 1899. 



Florence Hunter, 
born at Ulverston 
18 December 1888, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Ulverston. 



Hilda Hunter, born 
at Ulverston 3 
October 1890, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Ulverston. 



Amy Gertrude, born 
at Ashton-on-Ribble, 
CO. Lancaster, 4 
February 1892, bapt. 
there. 



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Edwin Bush of Preston, co. Lan-= 
caster, Architect; born at Lostwithiel, 
CO. Cornwall, 23 April i85i, bapt. 
there ; educated at Alston College, co. 
Lancaster, and at Preston Grammar 
School ; died at 102 Fishergate, 
Preston, 12 July, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Preston 15 July 19 18. M.I. 
Will dated 20 May 1918, with 
codicil same date, proved in the 
Principal Registry i October 191 8, 
by Lucy Bannister, Douglas Bush, 
son, and Neva Bush, daughter. 



=Lilian, dau. of 
Laurance Hig- 
gins Clarke of 
Preston ; born 
at Preston 4 
May 1858 ; 
marr. at St. 
George's, Liver- 
pool, 23 April 
1890. 



Albert Bush of Church 
House, Bromyard, co. 
Hereford ; born at Lost- 
withiel 12 July 1864, 
bapt. there ; educated 
at Alston College and 
at Preston Grammar 
School; admitted a 
Solicitor 15 December 
1885 ; Clerk to the 
Bromyard Urban Dis- 
trict Council 4 May 
1914. 



Mar)', died in 
infancy, bur. at 
Bradpole, co. 
Dorset. 



Annie Margaret, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Devizes, 
CO. Wilts. 



Douglas Bush, born at Preston 15 June 1892, bapt. Neva, born at Preston 

at St. Peter's, Preston; educated at Lytham and at 8 October 1895, bapt. 

Hutton Grammar School, co. Lancaster ; joined the at St. Peter's, Preston. 
Royal Field Artillery, and served in the European War. 



tlllOW^ fewo^^ — - 



199 



Crispin of Bolibrciofee i^anor, co. Bebon. 



Joseph Crispin of Rickham in East= 
Portlemouth, co. Devon (2nd son 
of John Crispin of East Portle- 
mouth, by Agnes his wife) ; bapt. 
at East Portlemouth 16 September 
1742; died, aged 64, bur. at East 
Portlemouth 26 April 1838. 



=Anne, dau. of Andrew Gillard of 
Holset in East Portlemouth, by Ann 
{nee Tucker) his wife ; marr. at East 
Portlemouth 22 February 1773 ; died, 
aged 96, 19 November, bur. at East 
Portlemouth 25 November 1846. 



Joseph Crispin, 
bapt. at East 
Portlemouth 3 
January 1774; 
bur. there 7 
March 1787. 



Ann, bapt. at 
East Portlemouth 
20 February 1776. 



Samuel Crispin, bapt. at East 
Portlemouth 24 February 1778; 
died 14 March 1788, bur. at 
East Portlemouth. M.I. 



John Crispin, bapt. at East 
Portlemouth 12 January 1780 ; 
died, aged 4, 16 March, bur. at 
East Portlemouth 18 March 
1784. M.I. 



George Crispian Crispin=j=Mary Williams, 



of Dodbrooke Manor, 
CO. Devon ; born at 
East Portlemouth, bapt. 
there 18 September 
1781 ; died 21 October 
1861, bur. at Dodbrooke. 
He married istly Esther 
Gillard. 



of Liverpool ; 
married there ; 
died 5 May 
1880, buried 
at Dodbrooke. 
2nd wife. 



Charlotte, dau. of Isaac Snape of Haverhill, = 
CO. Suffolk; marr. 3 September 1864 ; died, 
aged 67, at Eastbourne, co. Susse.x, on 
Saturday, 15 February, bur. in Ocklynge 
Cemetery, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 20 
February 191 3. VVill dated 18 June 191 2, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 525, 13) 3 April 1913, 
by Charlotte Victoria Crispin and Eleanor 
Theodora Mary Crispin, spinsters, daughters, 
ist wife. 



^Alexander Ball Crispin= 
of Dodbrooke Manor 
and of 22 Upper 
Berkeley Street, Port- 
man Square, London ; 
bom at Rickham, co. 
Devon, 6 December 
1836; Lord of the 
Manor of Dodbrooke. 



=Ethel Florence, 3rd dau. 
of Alderman William 
John Cook of Holms- 
ley, Richmond, co. 
Surrey; marr. by special 
licence at the Presby- 
terian Church, East- 
bourne, on Wednesday, 
9 February 1916. 2nd 
wife. 



Frederick Alexander Crispin of Duart, Maidenhead, = 
CO. Berks; born at Honor Oak, co. Surrey, 19 
December 1870, bapt. at St. John's, East Dulwich, 
CO. Surrey ; educated at New College, Eastbourne, 
and at the Grammar School, Cranbrook. 



Joyce Eleanor, born at Bendemeer, 
Western Road, Henley-on-Thames, 
CO. Oxford, on Thursday, 2 April 
1903. 



^Florence Mabel, dau. of Charles Thomas 
Hawton of Gresham Street, London ; 
marr. at Dodbrooke on Saturday, 22 March 
1902. 



Lydia Florence, born at Caxton, 
Marlow- on -Thames, co. Buckingham, 
2 January 191 2. 



Walter Crispin, bapt. at East 
Portlemouth, co. Devon, 19 
October 1783. 



Mary, bapt. at East Portle- 
mouth 6 August 1786. 



John Crispin of South Poole, 
CO. Devon ; bapt. at East 
Portlemouth 30 December 
1787; married Elizabeth 
Elworthy. 

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Samuel Crispin, bapt. at East 
Portlemouth 12 July 1789. 



Jenny, bapt. at East Portle- 
mouth 10 October 1790. 



Edward Marcus Dixon=Ellen Flower,=Robert Orford Jones (son of John Thomas Jones, 



of Manchester ; marr. 
at Dodbrooke, co. 
Devon, on Tuesday, 
9 January 1894. rst 
husband. 



born 9 July 1866; 
diedat Auckland, 
New Zealand, 
10 April 1908. 



M.D., of London); L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin., 
L.F.P.S. Glasg. 1900; marr. at St. Matthew's, 
Exeter, co. Devon, on Thursday, 28 November 
1901 ; died at Auckland 2 January 1909. Will 
dated 7 April 1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 971, 
1909), 30 June 1909, by Alexander Ball Crispin. 
2nd husband. 



Frederick Alfred= 
Hunt, eldest son 
of F. J. Hunt of 
1 1 Belsize Park 
Gardens, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Mid- 
dlesex. 



=Lydia Beatrix, born tS 
May 1868; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 
17 June 1891 ; died 22 
March 19 13, bur. in 
Ocklynge Cemetery, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex. 



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Charlotte Victoria, born 24 May 1873 ; died, 
aged 39, at Eastbourne on Tuesday, 8 April 
1913, bur. in Ocklynge Cemetery, Eastbourne. 
Will dated 28 March 1913, proved at Lewes 3 
December 191 3, by Eleanor Theodora Mary 
Crispin, spinster, sister. 

Eleanor Theodora Mary, born 6 September 
1876. 




Wiilshtvt of Cfje JFrj)t!)e, ^Saelto^n, to. 

I^ertforli. 



Arms. — Party chevronwise azure and or with 
six-cross crosslels or in tlie chief. 
Crest.— A. lion gules. 



Thomas Wilshere of Hitchin, co. Hertford (8tb 
son of William Wilshere of The Fryihe, Welwyn, 
CO. Hertford, by Susanna his wife, dau. of Simon 
Browne); born 27 February 1775; Captain 
Hertfordshire Militia ; died, aged 57, being 
accidentally killed by being thrown from his 
carriage when returning from a funeral on 
Saturday, i September 1832, bur. at the Indepen- 
dent Chapel at Hitchin, of which he was a 
member. M.I. Will dated 24 January 1831, 
proved 15 October 1832, by WiUiam Wilshere 
and Thomas Wilshere, sons. 



=Lora, dau. of 
Charles Beaumont 
of Hartford Hill, 
CO. Huntingdon ; 
born 20 September 
i775;niarr.ini8o3; 
died at Hitchin on 
Wednesday, 17 
June 1846, buried 
there. 



William Wilshere of The Frythe, 
Welwyn; born 28 July 1804; of Wad- 
ham College, Oxford, matriculated 24 
April 1822, B.A. 1827; M.P. for Great 
Yarmouth 25 July 1837 to 23 July 1847 ! 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Hertford, High 
Sheriff 1858 ; died unmarried, aged 63, 
at the Hotel Windsor, Paris, on Sunday, 
10 November, bur. at Welwyn 16 
November 1867. Memorial window in 
church. Will dated 29 September 1865, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 151, 68) 5 February 
1868, by the Hon'''"' George Edgcumbe 
of Thanckes, near Devonport, co. Devon. 



Thomas Mills of Tolmers, co. Hert-=Laura Beau- 
ford ; born 18 October 1794; Deputy mont, born 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions for co. 31 December 
Hertford ; M.P. for Totnes 1852 till 1806; marr. 
death ; died, aged 68, on the St. Alban's 21 March 
Road, between Tolmers and Colman 1833; died 
Green, co. Hertford, 10 November on Friday, 29 
1862. Will dated 16 January 1857, July 1859. 
with codicil dated 31 August i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 671, 62) 17 
December 1862, by John Remington 
Mills, brother, Joseph Trueman Mills, 
nephew, and Martin Ware, the 
younger. 



Elizabeth Simpson, bom 13 July 
1 808 ; died 3 February 1812. 



Thomas Wilshere, born 28 January 
i8ir ; died unmarried, aged 29, 
at Hitchin on Sunday, 13 Sep- 
tember 1840, bur. at the 
Independent Chapel, Hitchin. 
M.I. Will dated 25 July 1838, 
proved 28 September 1840, by 
William Wilshere, brother. 



Charles Willes Wilshere of The=[=Eli.sabeth Marie, dau. 



Frythe, Welwyn ; bom 20 February 
1 8 14; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Hertford ; died, aged 92, at The 
Frythe, Welwyn, oti Saturday, 
29 September 1906. Will dated 
5 August 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1543, 1906) 21 November 1906, by 
Everilda Frances Laura Wilshere 
and Alice Augusta Wilshere, 
spinsters, daughters. 



of William Meek 
Farmer, M.P., of 
Nonsuch, CO. Surrey, 
born 8 April 1810 ; 
marr. at the British 
Embassy at Munich, 
Bavaria, 25 August 
1840 ; died at The 
Frythe, Welwyn, 31 
December 1893, bur. 
at Welwyn. 



Edith Elisabeth Marie, of The Frythe, Welwyn, co. 
Hertford, born in Chester Street, Grosvenor Place, 
London, 27 July, bapt. at Welwyn 25 August 1841, 



Everilda Frances Laura, born in St. 
James' Place, London, 7 July 1846; 
died 23 February 1919. 



Major Guilbert Edward Wyndham Malet of Austin House, = 
Frome, co. Somerset (eldest son of the Rev. William 
Wyndham Malet, Vicar of Ardeley, co. Hertford, by Eliza 
Drake his wife, younger dau. of Edward Jeffries Esdaile 
of Cothelstone House, co. Somerset); born 12 July 1839, 
bapt. at Ardeley ; educated at Winchester; ist Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery (late Bengal Artillery) 11 December 1858, 
Captain i August 1872, Major (retired) i August 1879; 
a Knight of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England ; died, aged 79, at Worle, co. Somerset, on 
Tuesday, 15 October, bur. at Frome on Saturday, 19 
October 19x8. He married andly, 10 August 1880, 
Gertrude Agnes, eldest dau. of Sir Philip Cunliffe Owen, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., CLE. 



'Florence, born at 
Florence, Italy, 31 
January 1848, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at Christ Church, 
Albany Street, 
London, 29 July 
1869 ; died, aged 
29, at The Frythe, 
Welwyn, on Fri- 
day, 14 September 
1877, bur. at 
Welwyn. istwife. 



Alice Augusta, 
born at Hitchin, 
CO. Hertford, 4 
May 1850. 



€no, formerlj) of Wtooli Hall, Bultoicf), 

CO* Surrey. 



James Eno of Beda=pElizabeth, dau. of John Jackson ; died, 



Lodge, Winlaton, co. 
Durham ; died, aged 
36, bur. at Whick- 
ham, CO. Durham, 
8 October 1829. 



aged 81, at Beda Lodge, Winlaton, 
bur. at Whickham 23 February 1874. 
Will dated 15 January 1870, proved at 
Durham 28 March 1874, by James 
Crossley Eno, son. 



James Crossley Eno of Wood Hall, Dulwich, co.= 
Surrey ; died, aged 87, at \Vood Hall, Dulwich, on 
Monday, 10 May, cremated at Golder's Green, co. 
Middlesex, on Saturday, 15 May 1915, after service at 
St. Stephen's, South Dulwich. Will dated 2 July 1897, 
with 10 codicils dated 24 January 1899 to 30 May 191 1, 
proved in the Principal Registry 27 July 1915, by 
Thomas Bennett, John Edward Pickering and Arthur 
Edwin Clarke. 



=Elizabeth Anne, dau. of John Edward 
Cooke of Winlaton ; died, aged 79, 
at Wood Hall, Dulwich, on Wednes- 
day, 27 March, bur. at Whickham 
9 April 1907. Admon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 23 Jan- 
uary 1908, to James Crossley Eno 
husband. 



Colonel Michael Alexander Wilsone Swinfen-Broun of=j=Laura, marr. at St. Mary's, Denham, 
Swinfen Hall, Lichfield, co. Stafford (2nd son of Charles I co. Buckingham (by the Rev. 



Wilsone Swinfen-Broun of Swinfen Hall, by Annie his 
2nd wife, dau. of Michael Rowand of Linthouse, co. 
Renfrew) ; born 9 July 1857 ; Lieut. -Colonel Commanding 
3rd Battalion South Staffordshire (Militia) Regiment 
1892-1904, Hon. Colonel 1904; Hon. Lieut. -Colonel 
in the Army 5 December 1900 ; served in South African 
War 1901-1902 (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 31 October 1902, Queen's medal with three 
clasps) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 1907. 



Herbert Spenser Swithinbank), on 
Tuesday, 13 October 1891. She 
married istly at Winlaton, 8 July 
1874, John Nicholson Fleming, 
M.D. (only son of Joseph Fleming 
of Papcastle, co. Cumberland), who 
died in i88g. 



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Harold William Swithinbank of Denham Court, co. Buckingham, F.R.S.,=f 
F.R.G.S. (younger son of George Edwin Swithinbank of New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, LL.D., by Constantia Anne his wife, dau. of William Briggs 
of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk ; born 7 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 22 August 1858; Lieutenant nth 
(Prince Albert's Own) Hussars 28 June 1882, and Captain Middlesex Yeomanry 
Cavalry (Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) and Reserve of Officers : Commander 
Royal Naval Reserve for Special War Service 1914 ; Fellow of the Royal Society, 
Edinburgh, and of the Royal Geographical Society; J. P. for co. Buckingham, 
High Sheriff 1891 ; Member of first Buckinghamshire County Council ; 
Governor of Royal Agricultural Society of England ; Vice-President of Royal 
Veterinary College ; Member of Council of National Society for Prevention of 
Tuberculosis ; Author of " Bacteriology of Milk." 



=Amy, born 27 
March 1858; 
marr. at St. Ste- 
phen's, South 
Dulwich (by 
the Rev. Her- 
bert Spenser 
Swithinbank), 
on Tuesday, 23 
October 1883. 



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3nt>ev- 



INDEX. 



Abdy, Katherine Mary, 87, 90 ; Dame Mary, 87 ; Sir 
William, Bt., 87, 90. 

Abercorii, lames, Duke of, 164. 

Abergavenny, William, Earl of, 129. 

Aclon, Edward Aclon, 124; Lieiil. -Colonel Edward 
Farrer, 124; Edward William Frederick, 125; 
Emily Anne, 12^;; Frances Amelia, 125; Frances 
Elizabeth, 124; Helen Beatrice, 125 ; Helen Maria, 
125; Mary Anne, 124; Mary Henrietta, 124. 

Adams, Alice Jane, 159; Borlase Hill, 32; Frances, 
74 ; Harriet Anne, 32 ; Harry Newton, 159; James, 
159 ; Jane, 48 ; John, 74 ; Lettice, 48 ; Mary 
Anne, 32 ; Hon*"'' Slary Anne, 32 ; William, 32, 48. 

Addington, Egerton, Baron, 183 ; John Gellibrand, 
Baron, 182, 183 ; Maria Margaret, Lady, 1S3 ; 
Mary Adelaide, Lady, 183 ; see Hubbard. 

Agar-EUis, Hon'"''' Lucia Caroline Elizabeth, 102 ; 
George James Welbore, Baron Dover, I02. 

Agnew (Vans), Arthur Frederick, 60. 

Ainsworth, Ada Constance, 176; William, 176; 
William Henry, 176. 

Aislabie, Benjamin, 157; Louisa, 157. 

Aitchison, Andrew Nepean, 65 ; Caroline Emma 
Ncpean, 65. 

Akerman, Valerie IMargaret Elizabeth, 64 ; W. S., 64. 

Aldwell, Susanna Meares, 162 ; Thom;is Ducketl, 
162. 

Alexander, William, n8; William Cleverley, 108. 

Alington, Adrian Richard, 40 ; Agneta Clara, 38 ; 
Alan John, 37 ; Rev. Alan Marmaduke, 37 ; 
Albert Edward, 37 ; Anne, 33 ; Argentine Francis, 
40; Captain Argentine Hugh, R.N., 38; ArthurCyril 
Marmaduke, 36 ; Admiral Arthur Hildebrand, 36 ; 
Barbara Kathleen, 39 ; Catherine Maria, 37 ; 
Rev. Charles Argentine, 34 ; Rev. Charles Wyn- 
ford, 39 ; Charlotte Blanche, 37 ; Charlotte 
Hildcgard Mary, 35; Charlotte Mary, 36; Char- 
lotte Maud, 40 ; Charlotte Sophia, 36 ; Rev. Cyril 
Argentine, 39 ; Cyril Geoffrey .Marmaduke, 36 ; 
Rev. Edward Hugh, 40 ; Eleanor, 34 ; Eleanor 
Cave, 34 ; Elizabeth Hester, 39 ; Ellen Fanny, 35 ; 
Emily, 38, 39 ; Frances, 33, 35 ; Frederick 
William, 37; Geoflrey Hugh, 40; George 
d'Argentine, Addenda, page i. ; George Hugh, 
33 ; George Marmaduke, 33 ; Gervase O'Brien, 
40 ; Gervase Winford Stovin, 40 ; Giles, 39 ; 
Gladys Evelyn, 36 ; Rev. Henry, 33 ; Rev. 
Henry Giles, 38 ; Henry Rawdim, 38 ; Herbert 
Edward, 37 ; Hester Frances, 39 ; Hester 
Margaret, 39 ; Hildebrand William, 37 ; Rev. 
Hildebrand Thomas Giles, 38 ; Jane Margaret, 
38 ; Janet Marchant, 3S ; Jean 38 ; Joan Argen- 
tine, 39 ; Rev. John, 36, 39 ; John Marmaduke, 
40; John Winford, 39; Rev. John Wynford, 39; 
Katharine Paulina, 37 ; Katharine Mary, 37 ; 
Kathleen, 39 ; Kathleen Lucy, 39 ; Lavinia Sybil, 
39; Margaret, 38, 40; Rev. Marmaduke, 33; 
Marmaduke Francis George, 37 ; Mary, 33 ; Mar)' 
Charlotte Swan, 40 ; Mary Dorothea, 40 ; Mildred 
Morris, 38 ; Nancy, 38 ; Noel Stanley, 38 ; Patrick 
Hamilton, 36 ; Rev. Richard P/e, 38 ; Rupert 
Hildebrand, 36 ; Sarah Penelope, 39 ; Sophy 
Anne, 35 ; Sophy Ellen Elfrida, 37 ; Ursula 
Margaret, 38 ; Rev. William, 33 ; William James 
Marmaduke, 36 ; see Pye. 



Allen, Benjamin Haig, 106; Edward Ransomc, III; 

p;iizabeth, 45 ; George Bennett, 47 ; Hannah 

Hunton Ransome, 1 1 1 ; Jessie Josephine, 47 ; 

Katherine, 45; Samuel, 47, III; Sarah, 106; 

Stafford, iii; William, 45. 
Allies, Kate Amelia, 170; William Hartshorn, 

170. 
Alves, Anne, 60 ; John, 60. 
Ambrose, Edith Jane, 78 ; William, 78 ; William 

Henry, 78. 
Amos, John, 41 ; Maria Eliza, 41. 
Anderson, Charles Macdonell, 23 ; Colonel John 

Gumming, 23 ; Maud Chevallier, 23. 
Andrews, Julia Barbara, 91 ; Lieut.- Colonel Mottram, 

Anglesey, Field-Marshal Henry William, Marquess 
of, 149. 

Anstruther, Mary Helen, 79 ; Mary Frances, 79 ; 
Hon"" Philip, 79. 

Arbuthnot, Ada Jane, 79 ; Adolphine Eliza Macleod, 
64 : Adolphine Mary, 64 ; .Agnes, 62, 68 ; Hon"*'' 
Alice Charlotte, 69 ; Alice Magdalen, 66 ; Alice 
Marion, 65 ; Agnes, 62 ; Dame Alice Margaret, 
60; Dame Alice Maude, 61, 67; Aline Henri- 
ette, 61 ; Alister Dare Staveley, 74 ; Andrew 
Carmichael, 82 ; Anne, 65, 66, 74, 77 ; Dame 
Anne, 60 ; Anne Elizabeth, 71 ; Anne Gertrude 
Grace, 72 : Annie Grace, 81 ; Annie Susan Char- 
lotte, 76 ; Archibald Ernest, 71 ; .Archibald Francis, 
63, 69 ; Lieut. -Colonel Archiljald Hugh, 71 ; Archi- 
bald Hugh Gough, 71 ; Arthur John de Monte, 
78 ; Ashley Herbert, 78 ; Beatrice Caroline, 68 ; 
Bernard Kieran Charles, 66 ; Capel Robert, 70 ; 
Caroline, 70 ; Caroline Elizabeth Mabel, 80 ; 
Caroline Emma Nepean, 65 ; Caroline Ramsay, 
62, 68 ; Catherine Gregor, 78 ; Cecil Albinia, 72 ; 
Charles George, 66 ; Charles Gwynne, 69; Admiral 
Charles Ramsay, 68; Charlotte D'Ende, 63; 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 74 ; Cicely May, 81; Clive 
Denison, Si: Constance Gertrude, 70; Constance 
Margaret, 64 ; Coutts Trotter, 77 ; Cynthia 
Isabella Theresa, 70 ; Brigadier - General Sir 
Dalrymple, Bt., 61, 67 : David Denison, 81 ; Dand 
George, 66 : Dorothea Helen Mary, 70 ; Dorothy 
Clertrude, 67 ; Dorothy Grace, 82 ; i-^dith Anne, 
69: Edith Elizabeth, 71 ; Edith J.inc, 78; Edith 
Madeline, 77 ; Editha Gertrude, 71 ; Eleanor 
Louisa, 82 ; Eliza, 61 ; F:iiz.a Jane, 64, 73 ; Eliza 
Taylor, 73 ; Elizabeth, 75 ; Eliz.ibeth Agnew, 80 ; 
Elizabeth Christian, 72; Elizabeth Fount.aine, 67 ; 
Elizabeth Georgiana, 77 ; Elizabeth Gertrude 
Gough, 72 ; EUinor, 61 ; Ellinor Mary, 72 ; 
Elnyth Mary Arbuthnot, 63; Emily, 62; Emily 
Caroline, 08 ; Emily Frcderica, 74 : Emma 
Marion, 75; Ernest Douglas, "i ; Captain Ernest 
Kennaway, R.N., 71 ; Ernest William, 77 ; Esther 
Jane, 78; Ethel Alary, 63; Evelyn Helen Anne, 
82 ; Fvelyn Marion, 77 : Evelyn Mary, 68, 77 ; 
Filzgei.'ld Hay, 63 ; Florence, 66 : Florence 
Jessie, 82 ; Forster Fitzgerald, 6i ; Frances, 72 ; 
I" ranees Ella, 74 ; Frances Emily, 78 ; Frances 
Gertrude, 70 ; Frances Henrietta, 74 ; Frances 
Muriel, 65 ; Francis Capel, 70 : Francis Clemente, 
69 ; Francis Sidney, 77 ; Frederick George, 73 ; 
Geoffrey Schomberg, 68 ; George, 61 , 64, 75 ; Colonel 
George, 65 ; Ven"" George, 68 ; George Anstruther, 
79; George Clerk, 62, 68: Sir George Gough, 



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72 ; George Ireland, 74 ; George Ramsay, 
69 ; GeraUl Archibald, 70 ; Geraldine Mary, 
62 ; GerUude Alice, 71 ; Hon'''' Gertrude 
Sophia, 63, 6g ; Harold Denison, 81 ; Harriet 
Frances, 65, 74 ; Harriet Gertrude, 74 ; Helen, 

73 ; Helen Elizabeth, 66 ; Helen Frances, 79 ; 
Helen Marion, 80 ; Helen Mary, 72 ; Henrietta 
Anne, 63 ; Henry Charles, 67 ; Henry Dundas, 

66 ; Henry Fitzgerald, 63 ; Herbert Robinson, 77 ; 
Hester Marion, 80 ; Horace Algernon, 78 ; Hugh 
Archibald, 67 ; PJugh Fitzgerald, 63 ; Hugh 
Gough, 70 ; Hugh Keith, 63 ; Hugh Lyttelton, 

67 ; Irene Joan Grace, 66 ; Dame Isabella Albinia, 
72 ; Ivy, 63 ; Ivy Florence, 65 ; James, 69 ; 
Hon''''' James Edward, 65, 74 ; James Woodgate, 
76 ; Jane, 67, 76 ; Janet Elspeth, 82 ; Jean 
Marjorie, 72 ; Jessie Evelyn, 82 ; Jessie Marguerite, 
68; John Alves, 61, 64, 75; John Alves 
Henry, 62 ; John Bernard, 66 ; John de 
Monte, 78 ; John Sinclair Wemyss, 82 ; Joyce 

^ Frances, 79 ; Julia Mary Agnes, 63 ; Katherine 

Isobel, 81 ; Katherine Rose, 63 ; Keith 
Eraser, 79 ; Kenneth Wyndhani, 82 ; Laura 
Calvert, Si; Laura Gertrude, 66 ; Lenox Conyng- 
ham, 78 ; Lenox Stanley, 78 ; Lillemor, 77 ; Dame 
Lina, 60 ; Lionel Gough, 70 ; Louisa Fitzgerald 
L'Estrange, 74 ; Mabel, 78, 80 ; Madeline, 73 ; 
Madeline I\'y, 63 ; Madeline Winifred Louise, 
74 ; Malcolm Alexander, 82 ; Margaret Evelyn, 
68 ; Margaret Rosa, 64 ; Maria, 75 ; Marion 
Fenn, 76 ; Mary, 60, 61, 64, 66, 72, 75 ; Mary 
Agnes, 62 ; Mary Charlotte, 73 ; Mary Christobel, 
67 ; Mary Eleanor, 79 ; Mary Evelyn, 79 ; Mary 
Hay, 68 ; Mary Helen, 79 ; Mary Johanna 
Antoinette Dulce, 70 ; Mary Juliet Gough, 72 ; 
Mary Margaret, 69 ; Mary Marguerite, 68 ; Mary 
Pearson, 73 ; Mary Rose, 74 ; Maiy Sybil, 78 ; 
Maurice Arniitage, 77 ; May Steward, 69 ; Myles 
Henry, 66 ; Nettie May Camming, 74 ; Olive, 
66, 71 ; Olive Joan, 71 ; Patricia Evangeline 
A(me, 66 ; Patricia Gwyn, 71 ; Patrick 
Charles, 71 ; Peter Charles Reginald, 68; Philip 
Stewart Mackenzie, 79 ; Reginald James Hugh, 
73 ; Reginald Ramsay, 61 ; Robert, 60, 75 ; 
Robert Edward Vaughan, 63 ; Robert George, 72 ; 
Sir Robert Keith, Bt., 60 ; Rev. Robert Keith, 
62 ; Robert Michael Wemyss, 82 ; Robert Wemyss 
Muir, 72 ; Ronald George Urquhart, 67 ; Rosalind 
Desiree, 60 ; Rosalind Philippa, 77 ; Selina, 69 ; 
Sheila Gertrude Talmash, 71; Sydney Noel, 78; 
Terence John, 66 ; Thelma Grace, 81 ; Ursula 
Bridgit, 82 ; Vida Constance, 79 ; Violet Rebecca, 
70 ; William, 62, 64 ; Major-General William, 69 ; 
Sir William, Bt., 60: William Fitzgerald, 61; 
William Henry, 73 ; William Patrick, 71 ; Sir 
William Robert, Bt., 60; William Reierson, 79, 
80 ; William Slaveley, 74 ; William Urquhart, 
64, 73; Sir William Wedderburn, Bt., 60, 67. 

Arbuthnot-Leslie, Aline Ro.se, 76 {ami Addenda, 
page it.) ; George, 75; George Rupert, 76; Mary 
Rose, 75 : Violet Seton, 76 ; William 76. 

Arbuzzof, Natalie, 6. 

Archer, Andrew, Baron, 129; Hon*"'' Harriet, 129; 
Sarah, Lady, 129. 

Arcliibald, Ellen Emma, 78 ; Sir Thomas Dickson, 
78. 

Arkwright, Agnes Mary, 151 ; Alice Eden, 152 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Chandos, 151 ; Bernard 
George, 149; Bertha Elais, 150 ; Bertram Sey- 
mour, 149 ; Caroline Mabel Frances, 149; Caroline 
Sarah, 152 ; Cecil George, 149 ; Cecil John, 149; 
Cecily Margaret, 150; Charles Leigh, 152; Char- 
lotte Lucy, 148; Cyril, 151 ; David Lyndon, 148; 
Rev. Edwyn, 150; Hon'"'" Elizabeth, 149; Emily 
Sophia, 152; Rev. Ernest Henry, 150; Evelyn, 
150 ; Evelyn Elizabeth Yolande, 150 ; Evelyn Lucy 
Alice, 149; Frances Catherine, 152; Gabrielle, 
150; Rev. George, 149; Georgina Eglantine, 151 ; 



Gerald Byng, 151; Geraldine Mary Rose, 149; 
Harold Arthur, 151 ; Helen Muriel Stephanie, 148 ; 
Henry, 150; Hubert Oswin, 150; Rev. Hubert 
Seymour, 150 ; John, 148; John Hungerford, 
148 ; John Richard Stephen, 148 ; John Stanhope, 
148; Lilian Agnes, 151; Mary, 148, 152; Lady 
Mary Caroline Charlotte, 149 ; Olive Katharine 
Mary, 149; Peter, 148; Richard 148, 149 {and 
Addenda, page ii.) ; Rev. Richard Eden St. 
Aubyn, 150; Richard St. Chad, 150; Rosemary, 
150; Sarah, 148; Sidney John, 150; Violet 
Frances, 150; Wilfred Lionel Tyrrell, 151. 

Armitage, Edward, 76 ; Jane, 76. 

Arnold, Elizabeth Harriet Marchelle, 44. 

Arundell, William Reinfred Arundell Harris, 125. 

Ashburton, Alexander, Loid, 132. 

Astley, see Ludford-Astley. 

Atkinson, Alexander Russell, 71; Anne Elizabeth, 
71; Charles, 35; Mar)', 170; Robert Thomas, 
170. 

Atwood, Rev. Francis John, 37 ; Rev. Francis 
Thomas, 37 ; Katharina Paulina, 37. 

Aylesford, Augusta Sophia, Countess of, 100 ; 
Charles Wightwick, Earl of, 102 ; Edith, Countess 
of, loi; Ella Victoria, Countess of, 102 ; Hcneage, 
Earl of, ICX5, loi ; Jane Wightwick, Countess of, 
100 ; Louisa, Countess of, 100 ; see Finch and 
Guernsey. 

Ayres, Elizabeth, iii. 



B 



Backhouse, Jane Gurney, 191 ; Jonathan, 191 ; Sir 
Jonathan Edmund, Bt. , 191. 

Bacon, Anthony, loi; Emily, lOl. 

Badnall, Mary Elizabeth, 46 ; Rev. William, 46. 

Baggally, Emily Charlotte Edrica, 86 ; Ernest, 86 ; 
Ernest Burrell, 86 ; Dame Marianne, 86 ; Sir 
Richard, 86. 

Baggs, Editha, 172 ; Frances, 172 ; Rev. Ishani, 172. 

Bagnall, John, 45 ; Mary, 45. 

Bagot, Hon""'" Georgiana Agnes, 102 ; Lucia Caro- 
line Elizabeth, Lady, 102 ; William, Baron, 

I02. 

Bailey, Annie, 165 ; Colonel, 165. 

Bailie, Isabella Bennet, 185 ; John, 185. 

Baines, Harry, Mark Blakiston, and Violet Grace, 

Addenda, page xxxiii. 
Baker, Anna Emma Katharine, 53 ; Edith Mildniay 

Ashurst, 53 ; Edward Geoffrey Clinton, 54 ; Esther 

(Estina), 53 ; Estina Anna, 54 ; Fanny, 167 ; 

Geoft'rey Clinton, 54 ; Henry William Clinton, 53 ; 

John Hugh Clinton, 54 ; Katharine Edith, 54 ; 

Rear- Admiral Lewis Clinton, 53; Lieut. -Colonel 

Osbert Clinton, 54; Richard Westbrook, n8 ; 

Samuel, 167 ; Sarah Jane, 118 ; Colonel Valentine, 

167 ; Violet Edith Hennikcr, 54 ; William, 53 ; 

William Clinton, 53 ; William Robert, 53. 
Baldock, Louisa Ellen, 188 ; Louisa Maria, 188 ; 

William, 188. 
Baldwin, Sarah, 42. 
Ball, Anne Elizabeth, 71 ; Eliza Legge, 71 ; William 

Walker, 71. 
Bampton, Chariotte, 32 ; Elizabeth Mary, 22 ; John, 

22, 32 ; Rev. John Black, 32. 
Bandon, Catherine Mary, Countess of, 140 ; Francis, 

Earl of, 140 ; James Francis, Earl of, 140. 
Bangor, Bishop of, see Majendie. 
Bankier, Jessie Dennistoun, 68 ; William, 68. 
Banks, Charles Edmund, 74 ; Marianna, 93 ; John 

Tatham, 74 ; Mary Rose, 74 ; Richard, 93. 
Bannister, Lucy, 199. 

Bantock, Ernest Leedham Sutherland, no; George 
Granville, no; Granville Ransome, no; Sophia 

Elizabeth, no. 
Baring, Alexander, Lord Ashburton, 132; Hon"'" 
Anne Eugenia, 132 ; Thomas, 165. 



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Barker, Dame Clemency, 187 ; Colonel George, 187 ; 

Major-General Sir George, 187. 
Barnard, Caroline Arabella Elizabeth, 34 ; Rev. 

Charles James, 34; «< Gary- Barnard. 
Baron, Frances, 33 ; Robert, 33. 
Barry, Charles, no; Charles Edward, no; Harriett 

Gardner Pitman, no; Louisa Kate, no. 
Bartlet, Alexander, 25 ; Alexander Henry, 25 ; John 

Henry, 25 ; Katherine Agnes, 25 ; Mary Caroline, 

25- 
Barlley, Robert, 50 ; Sarah Julia Anne, 50. 
Bateman-Champain, Dorothy Gertrude, 67 ; Harriet 

Sophia, 67 ; Hugh Frederick, 67 ; Colonel Sir John 

Underwood, 67. 
Bath, Thomas, Marquess of, 100. 
Batsford, Charles, 35 ; Fanny, 35. 
Bayley, Arthur Octavius, 166 ; Elizabeth Maude, 166 ; 

William Goodenough, 166. 
Bayly, Harriet, 159; VVentworth, 159. 
Beach, Mary Jane, 1S3, 1S6 ; William Hicks, 183, 1S6. 
Beaty-Pownall, Charles Colyear, 40; Charlotte Maud, 

40 ; Rev. William Thomas, 40. 
Beauchamp, Frederick, Earl, 72. 
Beaumont, Charles, 202 ; Lora, 202. 
Beckford, Susan Euphemia, 18 ; William, 18. 
Beever, Vincent Morshead Holt, 14. 
Beevor, Arthur, 194 ; Elizabeth Georgiana, 194. 
Bell, Hugh, 137. 
Bellingham, Sir Alan, Bt.,36; Charlotte Sophia, 36; 

Dame Elizabeth, 36. 
Bellman, Rev. Anthony Horatio, 9 ; Charlotte 

Fanny, 9 ; Rev. Edmund, 9. 
de Belon, Louise Bonnet, 2 
Bence-Joncs, Philippa Frances, 77 ; William, 77. 
Bennett, Dorothy, 169 : Thomas, 204 : William, 

169. 
Bennison, Emma, n4. 

Benyon, Jane Marguerite, 166; Thomas 166. 
Berger, Lewis John, 195. 
Bernal-Osborne, Edith, 66 ; Ralph, 66. 
Bernard, Catherine Mary, Countess of Bandon, 140 ; 

Francis, Earl of Bandon, 140 ; James P'rancis, 

Earl of, 140. 
Best, Augusta, 122; Eliza, 122; John, 122. 
Bianchi, Annie Joyce, 42 ; Antonio Frederick, 42. 
Bibby, Gertrude, 165; James fenkinson, 165 ; Sarali, 

165. 
Biddell, Arthur, no; Elizabeth, no; George, no; 

George Arthur, no; Herman, no; Jane, no; 

Manfred, no. 
Birkitt, Jane Henrietta, 121. 
Bisshopp, Cecil, Baron De la Zouche, S4 ; Hon'''" 

Katharine Annabella, 84 ; Robert Nathaniel Cecil 

George, Lord, 84. 
Blackett, Fanny, 164 ; Stanley, 164. 
Blake, Edith, 66 ; Sir Henry Arthur, 66 ; Olive, 66. 
Bliss, Catharine Arabella, 90 ; Rev. James, 90 ; John, 

90 ; Mary, 90. 
Blofeld, Alfred Grose, 195 ; Alice Gertrude, 193 ; 

Amy Dora, 195 ; Arthur Robert, 195 ; Catharine 

Mary, 195 ; Catherine Charlotte, 193 ; Catherine 

Isabella, 195 ; Fanny, 195; Fanny Elizabeth, 193; 

Fanny Georgina, 195; Fanny Louisa, 194; 

Florence Mary, 195 ; Frances Mary, 194 ; Francis 

Grose, 194; Rev. Francis Singleton, 194; Isabel 

Clare, 194 ; John Calthorpe, 194; John Singleton, 

194; Kathleen Mary, 195; Kythe Susan, 194; 

Leonard Singleton, 195 ; Louisa Catharine, 193 ; 

Mary, 193 ; Mary Caroline, 193 ; Mary Catherine, 

193; Mary Charlotte, 193; Rev. Robert Single- 
ton, 194; Thomas, 193; Thomas Calthorpe, 193; 

Rev. Thomas Calthorpe, 193 ; Rev. Thomas John, 

193 ; Thomas Robert Calthorpe, 194. 
Blood, Fitzgerald, 87 ; Millicent Amelia Charlotte, 

87 ; Millicent Anne, 87 ; Ruby Harriet Marchelle, 

44 ; Smyth, 44. 
Bloomfield, Benjamin, Baron, 80 : Charlotte, 80 ; 

John, 80. 



Boileau, Florence Jessie, 82 ; General George 

Saunders Theophilus, 82. 
Bolton, Sophia Sydney, 129 ; Thomas, 129. 
Bond, Elizabeth, n6 ; Jessie Cliaxlotte, 116; John, 

116. 
Bond-Cabbell, John, 127; Margaret Gordon, 127. 
Bonnell, John, 37 ; Mary Jane, 37. 
Booth, Florence Eliza, 157; Francis Henry Arthur, 

157 ; George, 157 ; Jane Margaret, 38 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 38. 
Borradaile, Abraham, 169 ; Ann, 169 ; Arthur 

Frederick, 174; Harry, 174; Louisa, 174; 

Lancelot Ale.xander, 174. 
Borrer, Rev. Carey Hampton, 1S9 ; Elizabeth, 189; 

Jane Clifford, 189. 
Bosanquet, Edith Madeline, 77 ; Emily, 152 ; 

Sir Frederick Albert, 77 ; Mary, 152; Philippa 

Frances, 77 ; Samuel Courthope, 152 ; Samuel 

Richard, 152. 
Boteler, Henrietta Eliza Pasqualina, 157 ; Captain 

Henr>', R.N., 157. 
Boutell, Caroline Ellen Alice, 27 ; Rev. Charles, 8, 

27 ; Mary, 8, 27. 
Bowen, Harriet Fryster, 142 ; James Hill, 142 ; 

Rupertia Emily, 142. 
Bowser, Henry, 30 ; Jane, 30. 
Boycott, Elizabeth Georgiana, 194 ; Fanny Louisa, 

194; Rev. William, 194. 
Boyle, Edmund, Earl of Cork, 72 ; Hon'"'' Eleanor 

Vere, 72 ; Isabella Albinia, 72 ; Rev. the Hon'"'' 

Richard Cavendish, 72. 
de Brackel, Frederic Casimir, Baron, 147. 
Brandreth, Arthur, 73 ; Mary Charlotte, 73. 
Bray, Sir Edward, iSS ; Dame Edith Louisa, 188; 

Frances, 188 ; Reginald, 188. 
Breeze, Jane, 48 ; Jesse, 48. 
Brewer, Emile, 117 ; Georgette Emma, n7. 
Brewitt, Rev. Bellamy, 162. 
Brichta, Frances Muriel, 65 ; Philip, 65 ; Stefan 

K. T. I., 65. 
Briggs, Constantia Anne, 204 ; William, 204. 
Bristow, Andrew Alfred CoUyer, 100. 
Brittain, James, 125 ; Jemima Charlotte, 125. 
Brooke, Clara Elizabeth, 165 ; Elizabeth, 35 ; Frances 

Mary Walker, 165 ; Helen Beatrice, 125 ; Isaac, 

35 ; Jemima Charlotte, 125 ; John Kendal, 125 ; 

John WiUiam, 125 ; Thomas Walker, 165. 
Brooke-Pechell, Vice-Admiral Sir George Richard, 

Bt. , 84 ; Henrietta Katherine, 84 ; Dame Katharine 

Annabella, 84. 
Broun, see Swinfen-Broun. 
Brown, Agnes, 169 ; Elizabeth Ann, 41 ; Isabel, 169; 

John, 41 ; Lawrence Morton, i66; Rev. Simpson, 

169. 
Browne, Alexander Henry, 167, 168 ; Lord Alfred 

Eden, 164 ; Catharine Henrietta, Marchioness of 

Sligo, 164 ; Lady Cicely, 164 ; Gw)-nifred, 167 ; 

Henrj' Ulick, Alarquiss of Sligo, 164 ; Joseph 

Houston, 160 ; Mary Isabel, 167, 16S ; Samuel, 

160 ; Sara Lees, 160 ; Simon, 202 ; Susanna, 202 ; 

Veronica, 168. 
Browning, Hannah, no; James Samuel, no; Jane 

Bedford, 109, 116 ; Jonathan Samuel, 109, no, 116. 
Brownjohn, Sarah Legalt, 43. 
Brownrigg, Adolphine Marj', 64 ; Charles Edward, 

64 ; Merial Anna, 64 ; Thomas Marcus, 64 ; 

Valerie Margaret Elizabeth, 64. 
Brownson, Ellen, 10; William, 10. 
Buckingliam, Elizabeth, 41. 
Buckingli.unshire, Augustus Edward, Earl of, 34 ; 

Mary, Countess of, 34. 
Buckton, Emma, 85 ; George, 85. 
Bull, Caroline Mabel Fiances, 149; Colonel F., 149. 
Bullock, Marianne, 74 ; W'illiam 74. 
Burnet, Marj-, 170; Thomas, 170. 
Bums, Emily, Lady Inverclyde, 62 ; George 

Arbuthnot, Baron Inverclyde, 62 ; Hon'>'= James 

Cleland, 62 ; John, Baron Inverclyde, 62. 



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Burrell, Amy, 83 ; Caroline Julia, 84 ; Sir Charles 
Merrick, Bt., 83 ; Sir Charles Raymond, Bt., 85 ; 
Charles Wyndham, 84 ; Dame Coralie Adelaide 
Mervyn, 85 ; Dame Dorothea, 84 ; Dorothea Mary 
Augusta, 86 ; Edith Henrietta, 86 ; Emily Char- 
lotte Edrica, 86 ; Emily Elizabeth, 83 ; Etheldrcda 
Josephine, 85 ; Dame Etheldreda Mary, 85 ; Dame 
Frances, 83 ; Frances Louisa, 86 ; Helena Anne, 

84 ; Dame Henrietta Katherine, 84 ; Joan Louise, 

85 ; Julia, 85 ; Mary Emma, 85 ; Sir Merrik 
Raymond, St., 85 ; Percy, 85 : Sir Percy, Bt., 84 ; 
Peter, 83 ; Peter ICustace, 85 ; Robert Merrick 
Raymond, 86 ; Dame Sophia, 83 ; Sybil Dorothy, 
85 ; Walter, 84 ; Walter Raymond, 85 ; Waller 
Henry Wyndham, 86 ; Sir Walter VVyndliam, Bt., 
84 ; Dame Wilhelmina Louisa, 85 ; William, 84 ; 
Sir William, Bt., 83. 

Burroughes, Rev. Edward Robert, 194; Isabel 
Clare, 194; Susan Helen, 194; Thomas Henry, 
194. 

Burt, Captain Edward, R.N., 171 ; Sophia Cumber- 
land, 171. 

Burton, James Frederick, 160. 

Bush, Albert, 199 ; Amy Gertrude, 198 ; Anne, 201 ; 
Annie, 19S ; Annie Margaret, 199 ; Douglas, 199 ; 
Edwin, 199 ; Elizabeth, 198 ; Florence Hunter, 
198; George, 198; Hilda Hunter, 198; James, 
19S ; John, 198 ; Lilian, 199 ; Margaret, 198 ; 
Mar)', 199 ; Neva, 199 ; Percy Hunter, 198 ; Sarah 
Margaret, 198. 

Busk, Jians, 85 ; Maria Georgiana, 85. 

Butler, Mary, 87 ; Mary Anne, 43 ; Peregrine, 87. 

Buxton, Francis William, 133 ; Madeline Lawrence, 
133 ; Hon'''» Mary, 133. 

Byng, Agnes, Countess of Strafford, 149 ; George 
Stevens, Earl of Strafford, 149 ; Lady Mary 
Caroline Charlotte, 149. 



Cabban, Florence Mary, 195 ; James, 195. 

Cabbell, see Bond-Cabbell. 

Cadogan, Cadogan Hodgson, 167, 168 ; Mary Isabel, 

167, 168. 
Cairns, Herbert John, Earl, 27 ; Olive, Countess, 

27 ; Wilfrid Dallas, Earl, 27. 
Calcutta, Bishop of, see Wilson. 
Caldwell, Catherine Ann, 88 ; Rev. George, 88. 
Camden, George Charles, Marquis, 152. 
Cameron, Alice, 11 ; Charles, 27 ; Mary, 27; 

Stella Willoughby Savile, 27 ; T., 11. 
Campbell, Alexander, 191; John, 64; Margaret 

Rosa, 64 ; Marian, 21 ; Mary Macdonald, 191 ; 

Rosa, 64 ; William 21. 
Candy, Frances Kathleen, 19; Henry Augustus, ig ; 

Kathleen Florence Mary, 19. 
Canham, Henry Crabb, 28. 
CarboneJl, Barbara Madelaine Honor, 197 ; John, 

197 ; Mary, 197. 
Cardwell, Eveljm Christina, 168; Jane, 5 ; John, 5 ; 

Thomas Holme, 168. 
Carlisle, William Thomas, 163. 
Carnegie, David, 87. 

Carpenter, Admiral Charles, 70 ; Maria, 70. 
Carter, Mary Lee, 13 ; William, 13 ; Rev. William 

Collingwood, 195. 
Cary-Barnard, Alice Rose, 34 ; Charles, 34 ; 

Charlotte Alington, 34 ; Hubert Vyel Juan, 34 ; 

see Barnard. 
Catt, Ethel, 178; James, 178. 
Cavan, Frederick William, Earl of, 23. 
Cave, Daniel, 34 ; Eleanor, 34. 
Cavendish, Lady Blanche Catherine, Addenda, 

page Hi, ; Victor Christian William, Duke of 

Devonshire, Addenda, page Hi. 
Cazenove, Rev. Arthur, 28 ; Emma, 28 ; Helen 

Emma, 12, 28 ; Philip, 12, 28. 



Challinor, Agnes Mary, 48 ; Alice, 50 ; Charles, 48 ; 
Charles Edward, 49 ; Edward, 46, 47 j Edward 
Dewar, 47 ; Elizabeth, 46 ; Elizabeth Mary, 45 ; 
Ethel Mary, 49 ; Florence Bertha, 46 ; Helen 
Gertrude, 48; Helena Jane, 49; Herbert, 50; 
Hilda Louisa, 49 ; Janie Ritcher Chambers, 47 ; 
Jessie, 48 ; Jessie Elizabeth, 50 ; Jessie Josephine, 
47 ; Jessie Mabel, 47 ; John, 46, 47 ; Joseph, 48 ; 
Katherine, 45 ; Kathleen Mary, 45 ; Laura, 50 ; 
Lettice, 48, 49 ; Marguerite Blanche, 47 ; Mary, 
45, 47 ; Mary Blanche, 48 ; Mary Pxlith, 46 ; 
Mary Elizabeth, 46 ; Mary Katherine, 46 ; Percy 
Graham, 48 ; Reginald, 50 ; Sara Josepha, 46 ; 
Sarah Marianne, 50 ; Victor, 50 ; William, 45 ; 
William Adams, 50 ; William Edward, 45 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel William Francis, 46. 

Chalmers, Agnes, 140; John, 140. 

Chambers, Evelyn Alice, 159 ; Sydney, 159. 

Champain, see Bateman-Champain. 

Chandra, Mary Lees Fane, 160 ; Lieut. - Colonel 
Rajendra Chandra, 160. 

Chapman, Elizabeth Bertha, 41 ; Elizabeth Mary, 22 ; 
Samuel Steel, 41 ; Stephen Remnant, 22. 

Chassereau, Elizabeth, 147 ; Francis, 147. 

C'heape, Anna Lillian, 70 ; Colonel Charles, 70. 

Chester, Rev. Algernon Stewart Mackenzie Bagot, 
12; Emily Mary Dillman, 12. 

Chester- Master, Georgina Emily, 149 ; Geraldine 
Mary, 149 ; Richard, 149 ; Thomas William, 149. 

Chesterfield, Henry Edwyn Chandos, Earl of, 152. 

Chevallier, Alice, 11; Atny Sophia, 10; Augustus 
John, 9, 13 ; Barrington, 10; Captain Barrington 
Henr)', R.N,, 10; Barrington Kitchener Sheafie, 
1 1 ; Blanche Ellen, 9 ; Blanche Mary, 9 ; Caro- 
line, 8, 12, 27; Charles Edmund, 9; Rev. 
Charles Henry, 9, 12, 24, 29 ; Charles Henry 
Temple, 13 ; Charles Temple, 10 ; Charlotte 
Fanny, 9 ; Charlotte Sophia, 8 ; Clara Eleanor, 
II ; Claude Lionel, 11; Rev. Clement, 8; 
Clement Harold, 11; Clement Theodore, 11; 
Rev. Clement Woodward Dumaresque, 13 ; Edith 
Isabella Maria, 13 ; Edith Sophia, 11 ; Eirene 
Helen Frances, 12 ; Elizabeth, 8, 12, 24; Elizabeth 
Louise, 13 ; Elizabeth Maria Hemery, 14 ; Ellen, 
10; Ellen Joyce, 9; Emily, 8, 12, 13, 22; Felix 
Edward, 10: Florence Harriet Henstridge, 9, 13 ; 
Frances Anne, 14; Frances Elizabeth Mary, 12; 
Frances Marguerite, 9; Lieut. -Colonel Francis 
Edward de Carteret, 13 ; Francis Temple, 9, 
II; Frederick Richard, 14; George, 8; Guy 
Barrington, II; Harriet, 21; Herbert Alfred, 
II; Isabel, II; Isabel Amy, 12, 29; Isabella 
Frances, 12, 24, 29; Isabella Jane, 14; Janet, 
10; Janet Evelyn, 9 (and Addenda, page Hi.); 
John, R; Rev. John, 8, 9, 11-13, 22, 24, 27; John 
Barrington Trapnell, 12, 29; John Clement, 8; 
John Francis Emra, 9 ; John Tennyson, 1 1 ; Joseph 
Barrington, 10 ; Julia Ellen, 9 ; Madge Barbara, 
II; Margaret Isabel, 12; Marie Elizabeth, II; 
Mary, 8, 21, 27 ; Mary Anne Cobbold, 13 ; Mary 
Alice, II; Mary Amelia, 11; Mary Wardell, 10; 
Maud Amy, 11; Peronelle Mary, 12; Peter Temple, 
10 ; Rose, II ; Sarah Mary, 10; Sophia, 12 ; Rev. 
Temple, 8, 21. 

Chichester, Frances Harriet, 79 ; Rev. George 
Vaughan, 79. 

Chisholme, Charles, 84 ; Helena Anne, 84. 

Christy, Joseph Fell, 26; Lilias, 26; Millicent 

Adela, 26. 
Churchill, Sir Alexander Beaumont, Bt., 67 ; Maria 

Catherine, 67 ; see Spencer-Churchill. 
Clark, Charlotte Maria, 41; Lieut. -Colonel James 
Jackson, 82 ; Katharine Treby, 13S ; William fohn, 

138- 
Clarke, Caroline Emily, 90 ; George Sydenham, 
Baron Sydenham, 90: Laurance Higgins, 199; 
Lilian, 199 ; Phyllis Angelina Rosamund, Lady 
Sydenliam, 90 ; Rev. Walter John, 90. 



Clay, Sophia, 83 ; Rev. William, 83. 

Clement, Marguerite Gerrard, 94 ; Robert Hampden, 
94. 

Gierke, Arthur Edwin, 204. 

Gleverslcy, Anna Maria Harriet, 42 ; Artemisia Julia, 
42 ; William, 42. 

Glifford, Eli/a Elizabeth, 122; John, 122; John P., 
1 22. 

Clinlon, Anna Emma Katharine, 53 ; Henry Fynes, 
53 ; Katherine, 53. 

Clive, Alice, 130; Alice Muriel, 130; Amy 
Catherine, 131 ; Ann Sybella Martha, 130, 132; 
Anna Elizabeth, 134; Annie Kathleen, 134; 
Anthony John Brabazon, 135 ; Archer, 131 ; 
Rev. Archer, 129; Archer Anthony, 134, 
135 ; Archer Francis Lawrence, 133; Archer 
Spofforth, 134'; Arthur Chaloner, 136 ; Rev. 
Benjamin, 129; Caroline, 129; Catherine, 134; 
Charles Farquhar, 134, 135 ; Charles Meysey 
Bolton, 129; Colonel Edward, 129; Edward 
Archer Bolton, 135 ; Edward Bolton, 129, 132 ; 
Edward Buxton, 134; General Edward Henry, 
133; Edward Richard, 136; Ethel Wilson, 134; 
George, 39, 129, 130, 132 ; Brigadier-General 
George Sidney, 133; Hon''''^ Harriet, 129; 
Harriet Maria, 131 ; Henry Ambrose, 136; Isabel, 
133; Isabel Kathleen, 131 ; Judith, 131 ; Judith 
Evel)Ti, 136 ; Lady Katherine Elizabeth Mary 
Julia, 129; Laura Cicely, 134; Leigh Margaret 
Patricia, 135; Lewis, 131 ; Lilla Elenore, 136; 
Mabel Adelaide, 130; Madeline Lawrence, 133; 
Magdalen, 131 ; Margaret Elenore, 136 ; Margaret 
Henrietta Joan, 136; Marjory Katharine, 131 ; 
Mary Kathleen, 135; Mary Sidney, 134; Meysey 
George Dallas, 131 ; Nicholas Brabazon, 135; 
Colonel Percy Archer, 130; Peter, 131; Richard 
Alfred, 136; Robert Henry, 131; Robert Patrick, 
133 ; Robert Webb, 133 ; Robert Wilfrid Kenneth, 
131; Sybella Harriet, 39, 132; Sybil Mary, 133; 
Sydney, 129 ; Violet Louisa, 135 ; Virginia, 131 ; 
Wilfred Meysey, 131 ; see Windsor-Clive. 

Clowes, Elizabetfi, 45 ; James, 45. 

Clutterbuck, Edmond Henry, 63 ; Madeline Charlotte, 

63- 
Cobbold, Adela Lucy, 24 ; Adcle Harriette, 22 ; 
Agnes, 2S ; Alastair Philip, 29 ; Alfred, 30 ; 
Anna Frances, 21 ; Arthur Thomas, 31 ; Lady 
Blanche Catherine, Addenda, page in. ; Cameron 
Fromanteel, 27 ; Caroline Alice, 27 ; Caroline 
Ellen Alice, 27 ; Charlotte, 23, 32 ; Charlotte 
Maud Ashby, 22 ; Christian Chevallier, 24 ; Cicely 
Augusta, 29 ; Clement John Fromanteel, 27 ; Con- 
stance Sophia, 30 ; Dorothy Chevallier, 25 ; 
Edith Julia, 22 ; Edith Mary, 28 ; Rev. Edward 
Augustus, So ; Elizabeth, 21 ; Elizabeth Mary, 22 ; 
Elsie Mabel, 30 ; Emily, 29 ; Lieut. -Colonel Ernest 
Cazenove, 28; Ernest St. George, 12, 28; Lady 
Evelyn, 23 ; Evelyn Anna, 28, 30 ; Fanny 
Georgina, 31 ; Felicity, 29 ; Felix Chevallier, 23 j 
Felix Thornley, 29 ; Frances Elizabeth, 30 ; 
Frances Louisa Chevallier, 23 ; Rev. Francis, 12, 
24, 29 ; Francis Alfred, 30 ; Francis Alfred Worship, 
30 ; Freda Angela, 30 ; Frederica Julia, 30 ; 
George, 29 ; Gladys Jessie, 29 ; Gordon Chevallier, 
22; Grace Beatrice, 31; Guy Fromanteel, 27; 
Harriet, 21 ; Harriet Anne, 32 ; Harriet Sophia, 
25; Helen Emma, 12, 28; Helen Mary, 29; 
Henry, 22, 29 ; Henry Chevallier, 23 ; Henry 
Montagu Chevallier, 22 ; Herbert St. George, 2S, 
30 ; Herbert Wilkinson, 26 ; Hester Marion, 80 ; 
Isabel Amy, 12, 29; Isabella Frances, 12, 24, 29; 
Isabel Maud -Mary, 22 ; Jane, 31 ; Jane Oclavia, 
32 ; Joan, 29 ; Jessie Harriot, 31 ; John, 21 ; John 
Chevallier, 21; John Dupuis, 23 ; John Murray, 
23 [ami Addenda, page Hi.) \ John Patteson, 22, 

30 ; Katherine Georgiana, 27 ; Laura Helen, 28 ; 
Louisa Ann, 23 ; Louisa Emily, 26 ; Lucas Temple, 

31 (and Addenda, page Hi.) ; Lucy, 21 ; Lucy 



Maude, 31 ; Maitland Chevallier, 22 ; Margaret 

Mary, 25 ; Maria Caroline, 27 ; Mary, 24 j Mary 

Anne, 24 ; Mary Caroline, 25 ; Maud Chevallier, 

23 [and Addenda, page Hi.) ; May Chevallier, 

22 ; Millicent Adela, 26 ; Minnie Diana 26 ; 

Mirabel, 28 ; Nathanael Fromanteel, 27 ; Olive, 

27 ; Olive Haygarlh, 24 ; Pamela, 23 ; Philip 

Wyndham, 29 ; Ralph Hamilton, 26 ; Ralph 

Patteson, 26 ; Reginald Chevallier, 24 ; Reginald 

Dalton, 31 ; Robert Ne\'ill, 29 ; Robert Southwell 

Chevallier, 24; Sarah, 31; Sophia Marianna 

Edwyna, 29 ; Stella Willoughby Savile, 27 ; 

Syliil Constance, 31 ; Temple Chevallier, 24 ; 

Temple Francis, 26 ; Thomas, 24 ; Thomas 

Clement, 24 ; Violet Chevallier, 23 (and Addenda, 

pai^e Hi. ) ; Violet Louise, 3 1 ; Walter Temple, 23 ; 

William Nevill, 80 ; Winifred Ellen, 23. 
Cochran, Alexander, 35 ; Vice-Adniiral Charles 

Home, 35 ; Fanny, 35 ; Evelyn Mary, 35 ; 

Mary Albinia, 35. 
Coghill, Adelaide, 72 ; Mary, 72 ; Norman, 72. 
Cokayne, Hon**'" .Mary Anne, 32. 
Coldridge, Amy Beatrice, 157; Mary, 157; Rev. 

Samuel Powning, 157. 
Cole, Elizabeth, 8, 12, 24 ; John, 8, 12. 
Cole-Hamilton, Rev. Arthur Henry, 54 ; George 

William, 54 ; Harriet Elizabeth, 54 ; Katharine 

Edith, 54 ; Rev. Mervyn, 54. 
Coleby, Charles, 113, 118; Sarah, 113, 118. 
Collett, Rev. Anthony, 193 ; Catherine Charlotte, 

193 ; Sophia, 138 ; Rev. William, 138. 
Collier, Price, 88 ; Sara Price, 88. 
Colmore, George Cyril, 91 ; Phyllis Isobel, 91. 
Colquitt-Craven, G. C, 91 ; Leiia Louisa, 91. 
Coltman, Charlotte, 148 ; George, 148. 
Conyngham, ^ee Lenox-Conyngham. 
Cook, Charles, 41; Charlotte, 41; Ellen, 165 ; Ethel 

Florence, 200; Sarah, 165; Thomas, 165; 

William John, 200. 
Cooke, Elizabeth Ann, 204 ; Ethel Emilie, 120 ; 

Frances Sarah, 120; Helena Grace, 116; John 

Edward, 204; J. P., 120; Thomas, 116. 
Coombe, Ann Maria, 147 ; Elizabeth, 147 j Fanny, 

147 ; Rev. Thomas, 146. 
Cooper, Anne, 33 ; Frances Charlotte, 33 ; Francis 

John, 69 ; Wilbraham Villiers, i88 ; Rev. 

William, 33. 
Corbett, Ann, 141 ; Elizabeth, 141 ; James Andrew, 

141. 
Corbyn, Hannah, 141; John, 141 ; Sarah, 141. 
Corder, A., 114: Bernard, 114; Frederic, 1 14; 

Jane, 114; Maria, 114 ; -Mary, 1 14; JohnShewell, 

114 ; Thomas, 114. 
Cork, Edmund, Earl of, 72. 
Cottenham, Charles Christopher, Earl of, l8. 
Courthope, Emily, 152; George, 152; William 

Francis, 138. 
Coventry, Fulwar Cecil Ashton, 91; Rev. Henry 

William, 91 ; Lelia Louisa, 91 ; Lorna Mary, 91. 
Cradock-Hartopp, Dame Jane Mar)', 19, 138 ; 

Louisa Margaret Emily, 13S : Lady Matilda Jane, 

19; Sir William, Bt., 138; Sir William Edmund, 

Bt., 19. 
Cragg, Rear- Admiral John Bettinson, 36 ; Margaret 

Elizabeth Mary, 36. 
Crakell, Celia Ann, 176; William 176. 
Craven, Ellen .\melia, 139 ; Hugh Bertie, 139; John 

Albert, 139 ; Mildred Louisa Lucy, 139 ; see 

Colquiit-Craven. 
Crawley, Rev. Arthur Stafford, 102 ; Eustace, 102 ; 

Eliza Inez, 102 ; Ellen, 24 ; George Baden, 102 ; 

Henry Ernest, lo2 ; Lady Violet Ella, 102 ; 

Venbie W'illiam, 24. 
Creed, Rev. Algernon Henry George, 128 ; Rev. 

Henry Knowles, 128 ; ICatharine Lucy, 128. 
Cremer, Fanny Georgina, 195 ; Francis Woodrow, 

195 ; John Edmund, 195; Maria, 195. 
Cripps, Emma, 14; Rev. Thomas, 14. 



Crispin, Agnes, 200 ; Alexander Ball, 200 ; Anne, 
200 ; Charlotte, 2CX3 ; Charlotte Victoria, 201 ; 
Eleanor Theodora Mary, 201 ; Elizabeth, 201 ; 
Ellen Flower, 201 ; Esther, 200 j Ethel Florence, 
200 ; Florence Mabel, 200 ; Frederick Alexander, 
200 ; George Crispian, 200 ; Jenny, 201 ; John, 
200, 201; Joseph, 200; Joyce Eleanor, 200 ; Lydia 
Beatrix, 201 ; Lydia Florence, 200 ; Mary, 200, 
201; Samuel, 200, 201; Walter, 201. 

Croke, Alexander, 131; Richarda, 131. 

Croker, John Wilson, 156. 

Cross, Hon'''= Mary, 47. 

Crum, Elisabeth Graham, 138 ; Walter, 138. 

Crutchley, Alice, 85 ; Colonel George Henry, 
85 ; Jeremiah, 85 ; Julia, 85 ; Percy Henry, 
85. 

Currie, Sir Frederick, Bt., 67 ; Harriet Sophia, 67. 

Curtler, Alice Blackford, 106 ; Anne Maria, 104 ; 
Edmund Oldham, 105; Elizabeth, 104; Fanny, 
105 ; Frances Martin, 106 ; Frederick Lewis, 104 ; 
Frederick Gwatkin Oldham, 104 ; Gerald Arthur 
Gale, 106; Harriette, 104; Harriet Ellen, 105; 
Henry Hoskins, 104 ; Helen Oldham, 104 ; 
Hugh Mercer, 106 ; James, 104 ; Laura Jane, 106 ; 
Laura Jane Charlotte, 106 ; Lawrence Martin, 105 ; 
Margaret Allen, 106 ; Margaret Isabel, 104 ; 
Maijorie Bruce, 106 ; Martin, 106 ; Martin Beau- 
champ, 105; Martin Stuart, 106; Mary, 104; 
Mary Emmeline, 105 ; Nancy, 104 ; Nannie 
McClelland, 104; Reginald Digby, 105 ; Thomas 
Gale, 104 ; Rev. Thomas Gale, 104 ; Thomas 
Hamilton, io5 ; Walter Lawrence, 106 ; Walter 
Thomas, 106 ; Rev. WiUiam Henry, 105; Rev. 
William Henry Herbert, 105 ; William Henry 
Ricketts, 106 ; Willougby Francis Gale, 104. 



Dabbs, Arthur, 197 ; Mary, 197. 

Daking, Caroline, John, and Mercy, Addenda, page 

xxxiii. 
Dallas, Alice Muriel, 130; Colonel George Frederick, 

130. 
Dalston, Henry Maxwell, 160. 
Dampier, Ellen Mary, 1S7; Henry Lucius, 187. 
Danby, Lady Alexandra Louise Minna, loi ; Rev. 

Clement Edward, loi ; Philip Samuel, loi ; Rev. 

Samuel, loi. 
Daniel, Henry Thomas, 86. 
Daniels, Elsie Muriel, 178; Louise, 17S ; Thomas, 

178. 
Darby, Adelaide Anna, 139 ; Alfred Edmund 

William, 139; Rev. Cecil Albert, 22; Francis, 

139; Hannah, 139; John Thomas, 22; Louisa, 

22 ; May Chevallier, 22. 
Dartmouth, Augusta, Countess of, too ; William 

Heneage, Earl of, 100 ; William Walter, Earl of, 

100. 
Davenport, Charlotte, 148 ; Charlotte Lucy, 14S ; 

John, 148 ; Martha Frances Vincent, loi ; Thomas 

E., loi. 
Davies, see Watson-Davies. 
Davis, Edith, 56; Elizabeth Clara, 115; Elizabeth 

Mary, 196 ; Frances Ellen, 55 ; Rev. John, 196 ; 

Robert John, 55 ; WiUiara Philip, 55 ; William 

Robert, 115. 
Dawkins, Clinton Francis Berens, 74 ; Colonel Henry, 

74 ; Mary Rose, 74. 
Dawson, Agnes Louisa, 169 ; Jane Henrietta, 121 ; 

John, 113; Joseph, 121 ; Mary Jane, 113. 
Day, Clara Elizabeth, 165 ; Edith, 165. 
Deacon, John, 138; Sarah, 13S; Sophia, 138. 
Deane, Anne Elizabeth, 108 ; Arthur John, 108 j 

Marian, 108. 
Denbigh, William Basil Percy, Earl of, 129. 
Denning, Eleanor Kate, 172 ; Hannah, 172 ; Robert, 

172. 



Dennis, Evelyn, 128; Harold Egerton, 128; James 

Hawke, 128; Mary Jane, 128. 
Devonshire, Allison Isabella Ramsay, 142 ; James, 

142. 
Dewhurst, Hannah, 172 ; John, 172. 
Dieken, Catherine Henrietta, 164; William Stephens, 

164. 
Dickson, Anne Eliza, 172 ; Captain Archibald, R.N., 

169, 172; Jane, 169, 172; Jane Eliza Frances, 

169 J Admiral William, 169, 172. 
Dixon, Annie Maria, 184 ; Edward Marcus, 201 ; 

Ellen Flower, 201 ; Emily, 29 ; George Read, 29 ; 

James, 184. 
Doke, Anne, 127 ; William Woodward, 127. 
Dolphin, Edward, 55 ; Jane, 55 ; Julia, 55. 
Dolton, Fanny Elizabeth, 43 ; Joseph, 43. 
Donnithorne, sec Harris. 
Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Don Alfonso, Prince, 18; 

Emily .Augusta Mary, Princes.ss, 18 ; Mary 

Alathea Beatrix, Princess, 18 ; Philip Andrew, 

Prince, 18. 
Dorman, Anne Elizabeth, 108 ; Mark, 108. 
Douglas, Anne, 74, 147 ; Charles, .Marquess of 

Queensberry, 137 ; Edward, 74 ; Elizabeth Harriott, 

147 ; General Sir James Dawes, 74 ; Lady 

Louisa Anne, 137; Dame Marianne, 74; Rev. 

William, 147. 
Douglas-Hamilton, Alexander, Duke of Hamilton, 

18; Susan Euphemia, Duchess of Hamilton, 18; 

Lady Susan Harriet Catherine, 18 ; William 

Alexander Louis Stephen, Duke of Hamilton, 

18. 
Dover, George James Welbore, Baron, 102. 
Dowell, Mary, 152; Thomas, 152. 
Dowie, James, 26 ; Lilias, 26. 
Downes, Frances, 55 ; Henry, 55 ; Jane, 55 ; Mary, 

55 ; Thomas, 55 ; William, 55. 
Drage, Rev. Charles, 27 ; Maria Caroline, 27 ; Rev. 

William Henry, 27. 
Drake, see Tyrwhitt-Drake. 
Drew, Beriah, 126 ; Elizabeth, 126 ; Elizabeth 

Prentis, 126. 
Drewe, Charlotte, I ; Francis, I. 
Duddridge, Ann, 144 ; Bessie, 144 ; Edith, 145 ; 

Hedley, 145 ; Hedley Joseph James, 145 ; James 

144 ; Joseph, 144, 145 ; Mary 144 ; Naomi, 144 ; 

Nina, 145 ; Robert, 144 ; Sarah, 144 ; Sarah 

Katherine, 145 ; Thomas, 144 ; William, 144, 145. 
Dudgeon, Arthur Frederick, 72 ; Ellis Frederick, 72 ; 

Emily Augusta, 72 ; Jean Marjorie, 72. 
Duff, Alexander, 92 ; Helen, 92. 
Duffield, Alice, 85 ; Michael, 85. 
Dunmore, Charles Adolphus, Earl of, 23 ; George, 

Earl of, loi, 103. 
Dunn, Alice, 196 ; Priscilla Catherine, 196 ; William, 

196. 
Dunne, Edward Martin, 1S8. 
Dupuis, Adcle Harriette, 22 ; Rev. Edward John 

Gore, 24 ; Rev. George John, 22 ; Rev. George 

Richard, 22 ; Rev. Harry, 22. 
Durham, Beatrix Frances, Duchess of, 164 ; George, 

Earl of, 164. 
Durrant, P21eanor, 185 ; Frances, 185 ; Horace, 185 ; 
John Mercer Bosville, 1S5, 1S8 ; Louisa Maria, 

188; Samuel, 185, 1S8. 



E 



Eckstein, Hermann, 26 ; Minnie Diana, 26. 
Edgcumbe, Hon'''= George, 202 ; Kenehn William, 

151 ; LiUan Agnes, 151 ; Maty Louisa, 151 ; 

Richard John Frederick, 151. 
Edwards, Samuel Bedford, 1S2 ; Sophia, 182 ; 

William, 182. 
Eley, Rose Rebecca, 1 18. 
EUacombe, Agnes Wemyss, 142 ; Rev. Henry 

Nicholson, 142 ; Isabella Hannah, 142. 



Kllice, Alexander, 84 ; Edward, 84 ; Helena Anne, 

84 ; William, 84. 
Elliott, Maria, 109. 
Ellis, Clement Campbell, 46 ; Florence, 46 ; Florence 

Bertha, 46 ; Janie Ritcher, 47 j Lillery, 46, 47 ; 

see Agar-EUis. 
EUistoi!, Jane, 31 ; Robert, 31 ; Sarah, 31. 
Elwes, Caroline Arabella Elizabeth, 34 ; Robert 

Gary, 3^]. 
Elworthy, Elizabetli, 201. 
Emeris, Anne, 33 ; Rev. John, 33. 
Emmet, Lady Alexandra Louise Minna, loi ; George 

Nelson, lOI ; Robert William, lOI. 
Emra, Blanche Ellen, 9 ; Rev. John, 9. 
Englehardt, Ada, 141 ; Frederick, 141. 
Eno, Amy, 204 ; Elizabeth, 204 ; Elizabeth Ann, 

204 ; James, 204 ; James Crossley, 204 ; Laura, 

204. 
Esdaile, Eliza Drake, 203 ; Edward Jeffries, 203. 
Ettriek, Sophia Cumberland, 171 ; Sophy Grace, 171; 

Walter, 171 ; see Maughan-Ettrick. 
Etty, John, 102 ; Sarah Elizabeth, I02. 
Evans, Anne Maria, 117; John Bartholomew, 117. 
Evelyn, Ada Jane, 79 ; Frances Harriet, 79 ; 

William [ohn, 79. 
Everett, Hilda Clothilde Louise, 25 ; S., 25. 
Evershed, Hilda Louisa, 49; John, 49; Rev. John 

Edward, 49. 
Exhani, Richard Kenah, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Eyre, George Edward, 73. 



Fajan, Esther (Estiiia), 53 ; Colonel George Hickson, 
162 ; Rev. George Hickson Urquhart, 162 ; 
Robert, 53 ; Rose, 162. 

Fairchild, Mary, 158. 

FaithfuU, Patty, 2 ; Rev. Robert, 2. 

Falcon, Charles, 22 ; Isabel Maud Mary, 22. 

Fane, Frederick William, 100. 

Fanshawe, Althca, i; Alihea Hedwige, 3, 4; Althea 
Pauline Louise, 4 ; Anna Maria, i ; Admiral Sir 
Arthur Dalrymplc, 5 ; Caroline, I ; Caroline 
Emily, 5 ; General Charles Alexander, 3, 4 ; Rev. 
Charles Robert, 2 ; Lieut. -General Constantine 
Heni7,6; Edward, 3, 5; Lieut. -General Edward, 65 ; 
Admiral Sir Edward Gennys, 5 ; Elizabeth Alma, 
6 ; Emily Henrietta, 3, 5 ; Evelyn Leighton, 5 ; 
Frances, 7; Frances Sophia, 5 ; Fran^oise Marie, 2, 
6; Frederick George, 2, 6; George, 3 ; Lieut. - 
General George, 2, 4, 5 ; George Louis Joseph, 3 ; 
Helen, 7 ; General Henry, i, 4, 6; Rear-Admiral 
Henry, i ; Henry Constantine, 4 ; Irene, 7 ; Jane, 
2 ; Dame Jane, 5 ; John Edward, 5 ; Lily, 7 ; 
Lion, 7 ; Louisa, 3 ; Jjiuise Bonnet, 2 ; Natalie, 5 ; 
Olga, 6; Patty, 2; Pauline, 2, 4; Simon, i; 
Sophia, 2, 7 ; Sophy Caroline Rosa, 3 ; Susan 
Cordelia, 65 ; Susanna Frances, i ; Tatiana, 7 ; 
Thomas Edward, 2 ; Vera, 6 ; William, i ; Major- 
General William Simon, 2-4. 

Farish, James, 65. 

Farmer, Elisabeth Marie, 202 ; J. Harvey, 1 1 ; James 
Lethbridge, 11 ; Maud Amy, 11 ; William >leek, 
202. 

Farquhar, Anne Sybella Martha, 130, 132 : Florence, 
135 ; nar\ie Morton, 135 ; Dame Sybella Martha, 
132 ; Sir Thomas Harvie, Bt., 130, 132. 

Farrer, Anne, 124; William, 124. 

Fearor., Katherine, 48 ; Rev. Thomas Henry, 48. 

Feilding, Lady Katherine Elizabeth ilary Julia, 129; 
WiUiam Basil Percy, Earl of Denbigh, 129. 

Fellowes, Abdy Gerard, 95 ; Abdy Halford Gerrard, 
95 ; Agnes Maria, 89 ; Alice Gerrard, 94 ; Alice 
Harriette, 96; Angela Mary, 96; Augusta, 122; 
Augusta Frederica, 94 ; Basil Hamilton Abdy, 89 ; 
Bertha Sophia, 89 ; Blanche Gertrude, 122 ; Caro- 
line Elizabeth, 90; Caroline Emily, 90; Charles, 92 ; 



Vice-Admiral Charles, 92 ; Charles Henry, 93 ; 
Chafles Louis, 93 ; Constance Rose, 91 ; Consuelo 
Gerrard, 95 ; Colonel Cooper Mackinnon Nava- 
rino, 93 ; Dora Louisa, 95 ; Edith, S9 ; Edith 
Emily, 89 ; Edith Marie Gerrard, 95 ; Edward 
Abdy, 89 ; Eliza Josephine, 91 ; Eliza Sophia, 89 ; 
Emily, 94 ; Florence Lundi, 96 ; Francesca Henri- 
etta, 96 ; Georgina Charlotte, 92 ; Georgina Maria 
Hiilton, 91 ; Hon'''' Gladys Cecil Georgina, 103 ; 
Gwendoline, 93 ; Lieut. -Colonel Halford, 95 ; 
Halford David, 96; Halford Le Mcsurier, 96; 
Helen Hamilton, 92; Helen Louisa, 92; Rev. 
Henry, 87 ; Henry Shirley Morant, 91 ; Hubert 
Abdy, 89 ; leme Madeline, 91 ; Isabella Harriet, 
95 ; Isie Madeline, 91 ; Sir James, 87 ; Janet 
Helen, 92 ; Joanna Helen, 89 ; Rev. John Charles, 
92 ; • Julia Barbara, 91 ; Katharine Anne, 89 ; 
Katharine Harriett, 88 ; Katharine Mary, 87, 

90 ; Katharine Mary Abdy, 89 ; Lorna Miry, 

91 ; Louisa Constance, 93 ; Louisa Garden, 

92 ; Louisa Lucy, 93 ; Lucy Adelaide, 94 ; 
Mabel, 95 ; Madeline Lorna Georgina, 91 ; 
Margaret Mar)', 96 ; Marguerite Gerrard, 94 ; 
Marianna, 93 ; Marie Gerrard Bunbury, 95 ; 
Marion Augusta, 89 ; Mary, 87, 90 ; Dame Mary 
Anne Catherine, 87, 90 ; Mary Frances, 89 ; Muriel 
Bulwer, 93 ; Navarino Bulwer, 93 ; Navarino 
Richard, 93 ; Octavia, 96 ; Olive Bulwer, 93 ; 
Peregrine, 96 ; Peregrine Edward Lancelot, 91 ; 
Peregrine Forbes Morant, 91 ; General Peregrine 
Henry, 90; Peregrine Henry Thomas, 91 ; Peregrine 
Morant, 91; Peregrine Paul, 96; Peregrine 
Strachan, 96 ; Phyllis Isobel, 91 ; Rosamond Jane 
Frances, Lady de Ramsay, 103 ; Thomas Abdy, 
89; Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas (Edward), 87, 90; 
Thomas Garden, 93 ; William, 87 ; William F. , 
122 ; William Gordon, 89 ; William Henry, Baron 
de Ramsay, 103. 

Fellowes -Gordon. Annie Charlotte, 88; Arthur 
William, 88; Blanche Mary, 88; Dorothy, 88; 
Frederick Charies, 88 ; Gladys, 88 ; Hannah, 87 ; 
Harry Abdy, 87 ; Harry Gordon, 87 ; Marjory, 
88 ; Mary Beatrice, 8S ; Millicent .Amelia Charlotte, 
87 ; Sara Price, 88 ; Violet Seton, 87 ; Rear- 
Admiral William .-\bdy, 87. 

Felton, Evelyn Mary, 35'; Hon'''" J. J., 35. 

Feners-Fenwick, Annie, 19S ; Henry, 198. 

Fergusson, Donald, 171 ; Ellen, 171 ; Marion Kate 
Elizabeth, 171. 

Finch, Lady Alexandra Louise Minna, loi ; Lady 
Anne Francesca Wilhelmine, 103 ; Lady Augusta, 
100 ; Augusta Sophia, Countess of Aylesford, 
100 ; Charles Wightwick, Earl of Aylesford, 
102 ; Hon'''= Clement Edward, 103 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel the Hon'"'" Daniel Greville, 100 ; Hon''"' 
Daniel Harry, 103 ; Edith, Countess of Aylesford, 
loi ; Ella Victoria, Countess of Aylesford, 102 ; 
Hon''''^ George Cecil Movie, 103 ; Gcorgiana Agnes, 
Lady Guernsey, 102 ; Gladys Cecil Georgina, Lady 
Guernsey, 103 ; Hannah, 141 ; Heneage, Earl of 
Aylesford, 100, loi ; Heneage, Greville, Lord 
Guernsey, 103 ; Heneage Michael Charles, Lord 
Guernsey, 103 ; Lady Hilda Joanna Gwendoline, 
loi ; Jane Wightwick, Countess of Aylesford, 100 ; 
Louisa, Com^ess of Aylesford, lOo : I^ady Muriel 
Gladwys, 102 ; Hon'''"= Kcmald William Edward, 
103 ; Lady Sarah, 100 ; Thomas, 141 ; Lady 
Violet Ella, 102 ; see Aylesford and Guernsey. 

Finch-Knightley, Hon'"'' Charles Daniel, 103. 

Finlason, Eric William, 52 ; Mary Frances, 52. 

Fisher, Eda Eleanor, 54 ; Rev. William, 54. 

Fiske, Mary, 8, 21; Rev. Thomas, S, 21. 

Fison, .^nn, 10 ; Janet, 10 ; Joseph, 10. 

Fitzgerald, Anne, 60 ; Dame Charlotte, 60 j Field- 
Marshal Sir Tohn Forster, 60. 

Fleming, Elizabeth, 13 ; Elizabeth Louise, 13 ; 
James Nicol, 13; John Nicholson, 204; Joseph, 
204 ; Laura, 204. 



Fletcher -Taylor, Jean, 165 ; WilKam, 165. 

Foley, Mary, 137 ; Thomas, 137. 

FoUett, Anna, 156; Benjamin, 156; Brent Spencer, 
156; Dame Jane Mary, 156; John, 156; Robert 
Bayly, 156; Sir William Webb, 156. 

Fonnereau, Rev. Charles William, 27 ; Harriot 
Deborah, 27 ; Katherine Georgiana, 27 ; Rev. 
William Charles, 27. 

Footman, Catharine, 108 ; Harriet Susanna, 108 ; 
Rev. Henry, 108 ; John, 108 ; Maurice Henry, 
108. 

Forbes, Agnes, 140 ; Arthur Edward Whitmore 
Drummond, I40 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 90; Lieut. - 
Colonel John, 140 ; Lucy Georgiana, 140 ; Major- 
General Thomas John, 90 ; William, 140. 

Forty, Violet, 17S ;' William M., 178. 

Foster, Francis Gostling, 31; Lucy Maude, 31. 

Fownes-Luttrell.Carohne, I ; Charlotte,!; Francis, I. 

Fox, Agnes Dorothea, 191 ; Alice Marion, 65 ; 
Edward Herbert, 65 ; Frances, 74 ; Francis, 74 ; 
Jane Gurney, 191 ; Joseph Gurney, 191 ; Margaret 
May, 191 ; Robert Barclay, 191 ; Su.san Cordelia, 
65 ; William, 65. 

Francis, Peregrine Charles Cotton, 60. 

Fraser, Donald, 6i, 75; Eliza, 61; Elizabeth, 75; 
Mary, 75, 163 ; Thomas Hiram, 163. 

Frith, William Powell, 70. 

Frost, Ellen Matilda, 112 ; William Stutter, 112. 

Fry, Ada Mary Ann, 41 ; Alice, 42 ; Amy Gertrude, 
44 ; Amy Jeanne, 44 ; Annette, 115 ; Annie Joyce, 
42 ; Artemisia Julia, 42 ; Bessie May, 44 ; Char- 
lotte, 41 ; Charlotte Maria, 41 ; Daisy Maud, 41 ; 
Dorothy, 42; Edward, 115; Edward Ransome, 
115 ; Elizabeth, 41, 44 ; Elizabeth Ann, 41, 42 ; 
Elizabeth Bertha, 41 ; Elizabeth Joyce, 43 ; Eliza- 
beth Harriet Marchelle, 44; Ellen Mary, 115; 
Ethel Mary, 42 ; Ethel Rose, 41 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 
43; Frank Edgar, 41 ; George, 41-43; George 
Ernest, 41 ; George Samuel, 42 ; George William 
Taylor, 42 ; Henrj-, 41 ; Henry Randall, 42 ; 
Herbert Alfred, 41 ; Herbert George, 43 ; Herbert 
Owen, 44 ; Hugh Robert, 42 ; James, 41 ; James 
Henry, 41 ; Jane, 115 ; John Edward, 43 ; John 
Henry, 44 ; John William, 44 ; Joseph, 41 : Lewis, 
115 ; Lillie Elizabeth Joyce, 44 ; Marguerite, 43 ; 
Maria Eliza, 41 ; Mary, 41 ; Mary Ann, 43 ; 
Matilda, 43 ; Raymond William, 43 ; Robert, 115 ; 
Robert William, 42, 43 ; Ruby Harriet Marchelle, 
44 ; Samuel, 41 ; Samuel Sidney, 41 ; Samuel 
Thomas, 41; Sarah, 41, 42; Sarah Legalt, 43; 
Sidney John, 43 ; Stanley John, 43 ; Susannah, 41 ; 
Thomas, 43 ; Thomas Joseph James, 41 ; Walter 
44; Lieut. -Colonel Walter Arnold Le Roy, 44; 
Walter Frederick, 44 ; Walter Robert, 43 ; 
William King, 41 ; William Taylor, 42 ; Winifred 
Jennie Hazell, 43. 

Fuller, Harriet, 126; John, 126. 



Gainsborough, Charles Noel, Earl of, 77. 

Galbraith, Elizabeth, 13 ; John, 13. 

Gale, Elizabeth, 104 ; John, 104. 

Gardner, Jesse, Mae Kathleen, and Mary, Addenda, 

pai^e xxxiii. 
Garfit, Thomas Cheyney, 37. 
Gamier, Annie Maria, 184; Bertha Caroline, 184; 

Rev. Edward Southwell, 1.S4. 
Garrod, Robert, 1 12; Rosa, 112. 
Gascoigne, Charles Clifton Orby, 133 ; Lieut. - 

Colonel Clifton, 133, 134; Lieut. -Colonel Ernest 

Frederick Orby, 133; Laura Cicely, 134; Sybil 

Mary, 133. 
Gaymer, Frances Mary, 194 ; John, 194. 
Gayton, Esther Jane, 78. 
Gepp, Emma Sophia, 53 ; Thomas Frost, 53. 



Gerrard, Isabella Harriet, 95 ; Colonel John Grant, 

95- 

Gibb, EHzabeth, 118; James, 1 1 8. 

Gibson, Jane, 1S9; Rev. John, 189. 

Gifiard, Alice Catherine, 157; AUce Jane, 159; Sir 
Ambrose Hardinge, 156; Annabella, 160; Anna 
Maria, 159; Arthur, 157, 161 ; Caroline Louisa, 
161 ; Lady Constance Mary Evelyn, 157, l6l ; 
Constance Stanley, 158; Dorcas, 156; Edward, 
157, 161 ; Edward Walter, 157, 161 ; Erailie, 158 ; 
Emma, 162; Esmti, Viscountess Tiverton, 162; 
Evelyn Alice, 159 ; Hon*"'' Flavia Joan Lucy, 
162; Florence Eliza, 157; Rev. Francis Osbem, 
159; Admiral Sir George, 158; Grace, 158; 
Grace Emilie de Longueville, 158 ; Hardinge 
Frank, 159 ; Hardinge Goulburn, Viscount 
Tiverton, 162 ; Hardinge Stanley, Earl of Hals- 
bury, 161 ; Harriet, 15S, 159; Dame Harriet, 156; 
Harry Stanley, 159: Ingaret Stella, 159; Jane 
Mary, 156, 157; John 156, 159; Hon'>'"= John 
Anthony Hardinge, 162; John Hardinge, 156; 
Rev. John Hardinge Leigh, 160; His Honour John 
Walter de Longueville, 158; John William, 156; 
Katherine Stanley Lippencott, 161 ; Lynie May 
Rohais, 161 ; Magdalene Georgina de Longueville, 
160 ; Dame Magdalen Christian, 158; Margaret 
Magdalene, 157 ; Margaret Wyndham Caroline, 
161; Maria, 161; Mary, 159; Mary Anne, 158; 
Mary Lees Fane, 160 ; Mary Susanna, 160 ; 
Mary Winifred Anna, 160 ; Minnie Rose, 156 ; 
Richard Plantagenet, 160; Roger Grenville, 159; 
Rosamond Catherine, 157 ; Rosamond Edith 
Frances, 161 ; Rose, 162 ; Sara Lees, 160 ; Sarah, 
156, 157 ; Stanley Lees, 158; Stanley Lees Smythe, 
158 ; Susanna Meares, 158, 162 ; Wilhelraina, 
Countess of Halsbury, 161 ; William, 157, 161 ; 
Rev. William, 160; Wilmot Maude, 158; see 
Halsbury and Tiverton. 

Gill, Georgina Charlotte, 92 ; James, 92 ; Thomas, 
92 ; William, 92. 

Gillard, Andrew, 200 ; Anne, 2(X) ; Esther, 200. 

Gillespie, David, 87 ; Helen, 92 ; Sir John, 92. 

Gladstone, Henry Neville, i88 ; William Ewart, 
1 8. 

Gleed, Ellen Joyce, 9 ; Frederick William Spurrell, 
9 ; Gertrude, 9 ; William, 9. 

Glyn, Mary Elizabeth, 130; Sir Richard Carr, Bt., 
130. 

Glynne, Mary, 132; Sir Stephen Richard, Bt., 132. 

Godde, Henry, 146 ; Mary Wilhelmina, 145. 

Godfrey, John Bulwer, 93 ; Louisa Constance, 93. 

Goodall, Edward, 175; Eliza, 175. 

Gordon, Alastair, 88 : Alexander, 72 ; Alice Gerrard, 
94 ; Lady Duff, 162 ; Duncan Forbes, 88 ; Eleanor 
Vere, 72 ; Gladys, 88 ; Hannah, 87 ; Harry, 87 ; 
James Brebner, 87 ; Marj-, 87 ; Colonel Stannus 
Verner, 94 ; see Fellowes-Gordon. 

Gough, Carmina, 80 ; Charlotte, So ; Dame Elizabeth 
Agnew, 80 ; Hon'"'" Gertrude Sophia, 63, 69 ; 
George Stephens, Viscount, 76 ; Field-Marshal 
Hugh, Viscount, 63, 69, 80 ; Colonel Hugh Sutlcj, 
80; Jane, Viscountess, 76 ; General Sir John Bloom- 
field, 80 ; Margaret, So ; Sarah Elizabeth, 76 ; 
Very Rev. Thomas Bunbury, So. 

Gould, Elizabeth Ann, 41. 

Gourlay, Robert, 62. 

Graham, Amelia, 131; Christopher North, 112; 
Isabella, 112; Norman Child, 112; Rose, 112 ; 
William, 131. 

Grant, Hannah, 139 ; John, 139. 

Gray, Rev. Edward, "118; Edward Wilmot Butler, 
iiS ; Emma Frederica, 143 ; Ethel Margaret, 118 ; 
John Robert A'Court, 143. 

Greathed, Alice, 130; Edward, 130; Sir Edward 
Harris, 130; Mary Elizabeth, 130; Major-General 
William Wilberforce Harris, 130. 

Greaves, Beatrice Annie, 55 ; Elizabeth, 55 ; George, 
55- 



214 



Green, Constance Sophia, 30 ; Emma, 14 ; Rev. 

Frederick Charles, 71 ; Gertrude Alice, 71 ; Jane, 

30 ; John 88 ; Joseph, 30 ; Mary Beatrice, 88 ; 

Richard, 30. 
Greene, Edith EHzabeth, 71; Richard Bentley, 71. 
Greet, Harold, 44 ; Lillie Elizaheth Joyce, 44. 
Grenside, Harriet Frysler, 142 ; John, 142. 
Greviile, L^dy Augusta Sophia, 100 ; George, Earl 

of Warwick, 100 : Henrietta, Countess of Warwick, 

100. 
de Grey, Hon''''= Georgina, 149 ; Ven'''' Thomas, 

Baton Walsingham, 1 49. 
Grierson, Catherine, 137 ; James, 137. 
Griffin, John, 146 ; Mary, 146. 
Grose, Catherine, 193 ; Francis, 193 ; Mary Caroline, 

193- 
Gross. Alice, 119; Samuel Chilton, 119. 
Grover, Charles Elvret, 166 ; Elizabeth -A-nne, 166 ; 

Lieut. -Colonel George Edward, 166; Walter, 166. 
Gr)s, see Le Grys. 

Gubbins, Dorothy Chevallier, 25 ; Edgar George, 25. 
Guernsey, Georgina Agnes, Lady, 102 ; Gladys Cecil 

Georgina, Lady, 103 ; Heneage Greville, Lord, 

103 ; Heneage Michael Charles, Lord, 103 ; see 

Aylesford and F'inch. 
Guillamore, Standish Darby, Viscount, 1S2. 
Guillemard, Francis Henry Hill, I46. 
Gundrv', Hannah, 107 ; William, 107. 
Gunter, Cisail Annie, 166 ; Jane Marguerite, 166 ; 

Colonel Sir Rofiert, Bt., 166. 
Gunton, George Andrew, 86. 
Guthrie, ElLinor, 61; James Alexander, 61. 
Gwatkin, Charles, 104; Nannie McClelland, 104. 



H 



Haden, Alice, 50 ; Rev. Frederick William, 50 ; 

Matilda Ellen, 50 ; W'illiam Henry, 50. 
Halsbury, Hardinge Stanley, Earl of, 161 ; 

Wilhelmina, Countess of, 161 ; see Giffard and 

Tiverton. 
Halvorsen, Lilleraor, 77 ; \icholai, 77. 
Haraill-Stewart, Geraldine Mary, 62 ; Henry Edward, 

62 ; John Thomas, 62 ; Marian, 62. 
Hamilton, Alexander, Duke of, 18 ; Andrew, 185 ; 

Archibald Rowan, 88 ; Lady Beatrix Frances, 164; 

Benjamin Henry Noel Hans, 127 ; Blanche Mary, 

88 ; Caroline Charlotte, 185 ; Catherine Ann, 

88; Dacre Mervyn Archdale, 151 ; Edward, 89; 

Emily, 89; Lieut. -Colonel Frederick Temple 

Rowan, 88 ; Georgina Eglantine, 151 ; Gladys 

Evelyn, 36; Helen, 151 ; Henry Best Hans, 127 ; 

Ida, 127 ; James, Duke of Abercorn, 164 ; Margaret 

Elijabeth Mary, 36 ; Marion Augusta, 89 ; Susan 

Euphemia, Duchess of, 18 ; Thomas Bramston, 36 ; 

William Alexander Louis Stephen, Duke of, 18 ; 

see Cole-Hamilton and Douglas-Hamilton. 
Hampden, see Hobart-Hampden. 
Hanbury, Charles, 32 ; David, 26 ; Edward, 32 ; 

EveljTi Marion, 77 ; George, 77 ; Harriet Arine, 

32 ; Louisa Emily, 26 ; Mary, 77 ; Nigel, 77. 
Handyside, Agnes Mary, 48 ; Hon""'' Andrew Dods, 

48. 
Harding, Alice, 41. 

Hare, Ivor, and Maud, Addenda, page Hi. 
Harris, Christopher, 125; Elizabeth, 125; Frances 

Amelia, 125 ; Isaac, 125 ; John James, 125. 
Harrison, Celia Ann, 176; Eveline Maud, 177; 

Harriet Wyatt, 176 ; Rev. Harrj' George, 177 ; 

Herbert Wyatt, 175, 176; James Ernest Wild, 176; 

James William, 176, 177 ; Thomas Richard, 176. 
Hartopp, see Cradock-Hartopp. 
Hartshorn, Helen, 68 ; Hugh, 68. 
Haslegrove, Elizabeth, 120; John, 120. 
Hasted, Fanny Georgina, 31 ; James Edward 

Heigham, 31 ; Colonel John Ord, 31. 



Hastings, Lieut. -Colonel Edward George Godolphin, 

54 ; Mabel Sophia, 54 ; Violet Edith Henniker, 54. 
Hawksbaw, Lieut. -Colonel Edward, 136; Eleanor 

Mary, 136. 
Hawton, Charles Thomas, 200 ; Florence Mabel, 200. 
Hay, Caroline Ramsay, 62, 68 ; James, 62, 68 ; 

Lady Louisa, 69 ; Thomas Robert, Earl of 

KinnouU, 69. 
Hayne, .'\my Sophia, 10 ; W. W. , 10. 
Hazen, Charlotte, 60 ; Hon'''' Robert, 60. 
Headley, Elizabeth, 190 j Rev. Henry, 190. 
Healey, Elizabeth Artemisia Anne Maria, 42. 
Hedlcy, Sarah, 144 ; Thome, 144. 
Henderson, Jessie Dennistoun, 6i8 ; Jessie Marguerite, 

68 ; William, 68. 
Henley, Emily .\ugusta, 72 ; Joseph John, 72. 
Henniker, Sir Brydges Powell, 54 ; Mabel Sophia, 

54- 

Hepburn, Caroline, 8, 12 ; George, 8, 12. 

Heron, John Speir, 148 ; Mary Louisa, 148. 

Heywood, Arthur, 125 ; Katharine Frances, 125. 

Hickes, Mary, 121 ; William, 121. 

Hill, Elizabeth Anne, 121 ; Frederick, 121 ; Mabel, 
121. 

Hirtzell, Frederic, 119; Sir Frederic Arthur, 119; 
^ame Olive, 119. 

Hitchins, Carmina, 80 ; Charles, 80. 

Hobart - Hampden, Lady Albinia Frances, 34 ; 
Augustus Edward, Earl of Buckinghamshire, 34 ; 
Wary, Countess of Buckingliamshire, 34- 

Hobbs, Charles James, 159. 

Hobman, Anne, 33 ; William Smyth, 33. 

Hodgkin, Bernard Eliot, 119; Charles Ernest, lig; 
John, 119 ; John Eliot, 119; Sarah Jane, 119. 

Hodgson, Annie, 170 ; Henry Tylston, 62 ; William, 
170. 

Hohler, Henrietta Adela, 18; Thomas Theobald, 18. 

Holden, Alice Mabel, 120; James, 120; Stephen 
Dewar, 120. 

Holt, George Herbert, 50 ; George Wells, 50 ; Sarah 
Julia Anne, 50 ; Sarah Marianne, 50. 

Hood, Annette Louisa Jane, 164 ; Jane, 164 ; Sir 
William Charles, 164. 

Hooper, Lieut. -Colonel George Stanley, 1 56; Minnie 
Rose, 156. 

Hope, Anne AdJle, iS ; George Palmer, 21 ; 
Henrietta Adela, 18 ; Henry, 18 ; Henry Stephen, 
189 ; Henry Thomas, 18. 

Hornby, Thomas, 46. 

Home, Christopher, 117; Louisa, 117; Mary, 141; 
Thomas, 141. 

Hoskyns, Sir Hungerford, Bt., 148 ; Rev. Sir John 
Leigh, Bt., 152; Sarah, 148; Dame Sarah, 148. 

Houldsworth, Ethel Mary Alberta, 139; Dame 
Elisabeth Graham, 13S; Violet Frances Elizabeth, 
138; Sir William Henry, Bt., 138, 139; Lieut.- 
Colonel William Thomas Reginald, 1 39. 

Howard, Charles, 140 ; Marianne, 140. 

Howe, Thomas Edward, 18. 

Hubbard, Agnes Dorothea, 191; Agnes Mar\-, 191 ; 
Hon''''= Alice Eliza, 183 ; Alys, 192 ; Honi^'' Amy 
d'Esterre, 1S5 ; Angela Fanny, 186; Anne, 191 ; 
Anne Frances, 187; Antoinette, 1S9; Hon*"'" 
Arthur Gellibrand, 1S5 ; Basil Hope, 1S5 ; Bernard 
Lucian, 190 ; Bertha Caroline, 1S4 ; Bertram 
John, iSS ; Lieut. -Colonel the Hon"" Cecil John, 
1S4; Cicely Helen, 184; Hon"" Clemency, 187; 
Rev. Cyril Egerton, 191; Dorothy Isabel, 185; 
Dorothy Wheatley, 191 ; Edith Louisa, 188 ; 
Edward, 184; Edward Egerton, 190; Edward 
John Egerton, 189; Edward Thomas, 186; 
Egerton, Baron Aldington, 1S3; Elinor, 192; 
Ellen Mary, 1S7 ; Ellen Parsons, 190 ; Ellen 
Sophy, 1 83; Emily FV-imv, 1S6 ; Eric W)-nd- 
ham. 1S7 : Esme Woodbine, 1S6 ; Hon""' 
Eveline Maude, 186 ; Hon'''' Evelyn, 1S6 ; 
Frances, 185 ; Francis Edward, 1S4 ; Hon''" 
Francis Spencer, 183 ; Gerald Napier, 184 ; 



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Gilbert Ernest, 191; Godfrey, 189; Rev. Harold 
Evelyn, 186; Hon"' Helen Jane, 184; Hilda 
Mary, 184; Hugh Francis, 187; Hugh Leonard, 
187 ; Irene Margaret, 184 ; Jane, 189 ; Jane 
Clifford, 189; Janet, 192; John, 182; John 
Edward, 186; John Francis, 1S4, 186; John 
Gellibrand, Baron Addington, 182, 183 ; Kathleen, 
184; Kathleen d'Eslerre, 185; Leonard Egerton, 
191 ; Louisa Ann, 190; Louisa Ellen, 188 ; Louisa 
Maria, 1S8 ; Hon"" Lucy Marian, 184; Marian, 
182; Marion, 190; Marion Elizabeth, 189; Mary 
Adelaide, Lady Addington, 1S3; Mary Emily, 
189; Mary Macdonald, 191 ; Mary Margaret, 189; 
Maria Margaret, Lady Addington, 183 ; Michael 
Edmund, 192 ; Muriel, 184 ; Nina Louellen, 189 ; 
Noel Agnes, 185 ; Pauline Alys Mary, 191 ; 
Ralph Arthur, 184 ; Hon*"'' Raymond Egerton, 
183 ; Rose, 186 ! Hon"' Rose Ellen, 185 ; Hon'^'« 
Ruth Mary, 183 ; Sophia, 182 ; Susan d'Esterre, 
184 ; Susannah, 182 ; Sylvia, 187 ; Sylvia Rose, 
186; Theodore Stephen, 189; Rev. Thomas, 186 ; 
Thom.as Edward, 184 ; Thomas Woodbine, 187 ; 
Vera Emily, 1S6 ; Violet, 187 ; William, 182 ; 
William Egerton, 188, 189 ; William Francis, 189 ; 
Hon'''= Winifred Marj-, 182 ; see Addington. 

Hudson, Edward, 62 ; James Bonnell Ernest, 37 ; 
Marian, 62 ; Mary Jane, 37 ; Sophy Ellen Elfrida, 
37 ; Captain Thomas Keith, R. N. , 37. 

Hulbert, Eliza Inez, I02 ; Henry G. , 102. 

Humphreys, Caroline Louisa, 161 ; Colonel Isaac, 87, 
90 ; Mary Anne Catherine, 87, 90 ; William Conn, 
161. 

Hunt, Ada, 141 ; Agnes Elizabeth, 141 ; Emily 
Linzce, 25 ; Francis Holdsworth, 141 ; F. J., 201; 
Frederick Alfred, 201 ; Holdsworth, 141 ; Lydia 
Beatrice, 201 ; W. A., 25. 

Hunter, John, 198 ; Sarah Margaret, 198. 

Huntley, Amy d'Esterre, 185 ; Charles Hugh, 185 ; 
Isabella Bennet, 185. 

Hunton, Elizabeth, 121; Hannah, 107; Samuel, 

. 107- 

Hutchinson, Catherine, 51; Joseph, 51 ; Sarah, 51. 
Hyatt, Phillippa, 41. 



I 



Inglis, Anne, 66 ; Liejit. -Colonel Hugh, 66. 
Ingram, Charles Frederick, 102. 
Inverclyde, Emily, Lady, 62 ; George Arbuthnot, 
Baron, 62 ; John, Baron, 62. 



Jackson, Annie Susan Charlotte, 76 ; Catherine, 124 ; 

Sir Charles, 76 ; Elizabeth, 204 ; George, 124 ; 

Dame Jane, 76 ; John, 204 ; John Pim, 122 ; 

Sarabelia, 122. 
James, Lady Eleanor Margaret, 152 ; Frances 

Catherine, 152 : Lieut. -Colonel William Hill, 152 ; 

Rev. William John, 152. 
Janson, Agnes Elizabeth, 141 ; Agnes Wemyss, 142 ; 

Allison Isabella Ramsay, 142 ; Anthony, 141 ; 

CaroHne Frances, 143 ; Dorothy Rupertia, 142 ; 

Edith Sarah, 141 ; Edward, 141 ; Elizabeth Ann, 

141 ; Emmeline Corbyn, 141 ; Ernest Tozer, 142 ; 
Florence Mary, 143 ; Frederick Anthony James, 

142 ; Frederick Arthur, 142 ; Frederick Ernest, 
142 ; Frederick Halsey, 141 ; Gladys Mary, 142 ; 
Halsey, 141 ; Halsey Edgar, 143 ; Harriet Mary, 
142 ; Isabella Hannah, 142 : James Theodore, 143 ; 
Joyce Vera, 143 ; Louisa, 141 ; Lucy Constance, 
143; Mary, 141; Maude Elizabeth, 142; Philip 
Bowen, 143 ; Rupertia Emily, 142 ; Sarah, 141 ; 
Rev. Theodore Halsey, 142 ; Thomas Corbyn, 
141 ; Thomas Home, 141. 

Jeaffreson, Caroline Ellen, 163. 



Jefferies, Elizabeth, III ; Harold Sellis, in ; John 

Robert, in; Mary Ann, 1 1 1 ; William Robert, 1 1 1. 
Jenkinson, Anna Maria, i ; Lieut.- General John, i. 
Jenner, Rev. Charles Herbert, 141 ; Edith Sarah, 

141 ; Edwin Arthur, 141. 
Jervis-White-Jervis, Colonel Henry, 21 ; Sir Henry 

Meredyth, Bt., 21 ; Dame Marian, 21 ; Sir John 

Henry, Bt., 21 ; Lucy, 21. 
Jesson, Anne Frances, 1S9 ; John Charles, 189 ; Mary 

Emily, 189; Thomas, 189. 
Johnson, Benjamin, 115; Dorothy Wheailey, 191; 

Emily Eleanor, 115; Francis Wise Burgoyne, 109; 

J., 13 ; Lieut. -Colonel John Burgoyne, 109; Mabel 

Edith Morelon, 191; Mary, 13; Matilda, 109; 

Brigadier-General Richard Francis, 191 ; Sibil 

Dorothea, 109. 
Johnstone, Hon'^'"' Andrew James Cochrane, 1S3 ; 

Elizabeth, 183. 
Jones, Dorothea, 84 ; Ellen Flower, 201 ; Rev. Harry, 

86 J Helen Louise, 117; Henry Edward, 117; 

John, I45 ; Rev. John Applethwaite, 84 ; John 

Thomas, 201 ; Louisa, 117 ; Phcebe, 145 ; Robert 

Orford, 201 ; Sarah, 175 ; see Bence-Jones. 
Jordan, Catherine, 193. 
Just, Margaret May, 191; WilUiam, 191. 

K 

Kaye, see Lister-Kaye. 

Keane, Heni-y Bloomfield, 19, 138; Jane Mary, 19, 

138. 
Kemp, Anne Frances, 189 ; Thomas Read, 189. 
Kenah, Alice, 83 ; Dame Emily Elizabeth, 83 ; 

Thomas, 83 ; General Sir Thomas, 83. 
Kennaway, Dame Frances, 72; Sir John, Bt., 72; 

Sir John Henry, Bt., 72 {a/ni Addenda^ P'^S^ '•) 
Kenyon, Hon*"'*^ Elizabeth, 149; Georgina, Lady, 

149; Lloyd, Baron, 149. 
Kersey, Alexander Henry, 39 ; Alice, 39 ; Kathleen, 

39- 
Kett, Phcebe Elizabeth, 52. 
Key, Charlotte, 20 : W. R. G., 20. 
Keymer, Harriet, 114, 121. 
Kcyworth, Charles, 64 ; Constance Margaret, 64 ; 

Robert Denbigh, 64. 
Kilgour, Agnes Mary, 172; Grace Gardyne, 172; 

Robert Sibbald, 172. 
Kinder, Caroline, 8, 27 ; Caroline Alice, 27 ; 

Thomas, 8, 27. 
Kindersley, Doris Eleanor, 163 ; Edward, 163 ; 

Eleanor, 163. 
King, Daniel Henry, 197; George, 159; Harriet, 

159; Louisa Marion, 197. 
Kingsford, Rev. Hamilton, 106; Margaret Allen, 

106 ; Sarah, 106. 
Kinnaird, George William Fox, Baron, 131 ; Hon"' 

Olivia Barbara, 131. 
KinnouU, Thomas Robert, Earl of, 69. 
Kirkbank, .Anne, 47 ; William, 47. 
Kitchener, Emma, 14; Frances Anne, 14; Lieut. - 

Colonel Henry Horatio, 14 ; Sir Horatio Herbert, 

14 ; William, 14. 
Knapp, Edward, 28 ; Emma, 28. 
Knight, Adelaide, 72; Alice, 126; Jasper, 126; 

Joseph, 72. 
Knightley, Jane Wightwick, 100 ; John Wightwick, 

100 ; see Finch-Knightley. 
Koch, Antoinette, 189. 
Kolzakoff, Jacques, 6 ; Vera, 6. 
de Korff, Baron Jean, 3 ; Baroness Sophy Caroline 

Rosa, 3. 



Lacy, Henry Charles, 86 ; Marianne, 86. 
Lamaxt, Alexander, 51 ; Catherine, 51. 
Lambart, Frederick William, Earl of Cavan, 23 ; 
Lady Sarah Sophia, 23. 



Lambert, Annie Grace, 8i; Charles Edward, 8l, 82 ; 

Jessie Evelyn, 82. 
Lanibton, Beatrix Frances, Countess of Durham, 

164 ; Hon'''" Claud, 164 ; George, Earl of 

Durham, 164; Hon**'" Lettice, 164. 
Laiidon, Colonel Aislabie, 157 ; Charles Ginkell, 

157; Jane Mary, 157 ; Louisa, 157. 
Lapriinauday, Annie Frances, 1S7 ; Rev. Charles 

Henry, iS/ ; Charles John, 187; Stephen, 187. 
Latham, Alfred, 75. 
Laundy, Elii-ibeth, 107. 
Laurence, Alice Margaret, 113. 
Lawrence, John, Baron, 133 ; Hon*"'" Mar)', 133. 
Leach, Rev. Henry, 10 ; Mary Wardell, 10 ; 

Matthew, 10. 
Lear, Eda Eleanor, 54 ; Estina Anna, 54 ; Ven'''» 

Francis, 54 ; Herbert Nelson, 54. 
Leconfield, George, Baron, S3. 
Lecot, Adolphine Eliza Macleod, 64 ; Edward, 64. 
Lesg^> Augusta, Countess of Dartmouth, too ; 

Lieut. -Colonel the Hon'''" Henry Charles, 100; 

William Heneage, Earl of Dartmouth, 100 ; 

William Waller, Earl of Dartmouth, 100. 
Le Grys, Charles, i ; Susanna Frances, I. 
Leighton, Edward Thomas, 168 ; Mary Anne, 

168. 
Leman, Robert Edward, 139. 
Le Mesurier, Rev. Henr)-, 95 ; Mabel, 95 ; Mary, 

95- 
I^enox-Conyngham, Charlotte Melosina, 8r ; Dame 

Laura Calvert, 81 ; William, 81 ; Sir William 

Fitzwilliam, 81. 
Leslie, Mary Rose, 75 ; JIatilda Rose, 75 ; William, 

75 ; see Arbutlinot-Leslie. 
Lewis, Frederic, 127 ; Lucy, 127. 
Lewthwaite, Anne, 47 ; George, 47 ; Helena Jane, 

49 ; John, 47 ; Marj', 47, 49 ; William, 47, 49. 
Lindars, John William, II ; Rose, II ; Rev. Walter 

St. John, u. 
Linton, Ella Victoria, 102; James Wingfield, 102. 
Lister, Matthew Bancroft, 33 ; Mary, 33 ; Mary 

Charlotte Swan, 40 ; Sophia, 33 ; Rev. Thomas 

Henry, 40. 
Lister-Kaye, Lady Beatrice Adeline, 18 ; Lady 

Caroline, 18 ; Cecil Edmund, 18 ; Lister, 18 ; 

Sir John Lister, Bt., 18. 
Little, Matilda, 43. 
Littlewood, Alice, 160 ; Arthur, 160 ; Rev. Arthur 

Bernard, 160 ; Magdalene Georgina de Longueville, 

160. 
Lloyd, Colonel Jesse, 85 ; Josephine Henrietta, 85. 
Locke, Anna Maria Selina, 88 ; Francis Alexander 

Sydenham, 88 ; Ivatharine Harriett, 88 ; Wadham, 

88. 
Loder, Sir Edmund Giles, 190 ; Etheldreda Mary, 

85 ; Dame Maria Georgiana, 85 ; Dame Marion, 

190 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 85, 190 ; Wilfrid Hans, 85. 
Londonderr}-, Charles William, Marquess of, 19. 
Longford, J. W. , 43 ; Marguerite, 43. 
Longman, Mary, 73 ; Rose, 1S6 ; Thoma-S, 186 ; 

Thomas Norton, 73. 
Loring, Charlotte Elizabeth, 74 ; Dame Frances, 74 ; 

Frederick George, 74 : Admiral Sir WilUam, 74. 
Lucas, Alys, 192 ; Francis Robert, 192 ; Katharine, 

192 ; Keith, 192. 
Lucock, Very Rev. Herbert Mortimer, 68 ; Margaret 

Emma, 68 ; Margaret Evelyn, 68. 
Ludford-Aslley,' Alexander Gilford, 67 ; Rev. 

Benjamin Buckler, 67 ; Maria Catherine, 67. 
Ludlow, Rev. Arthur Rainey, 196 ; Margaret Lloyd, 

196. 
Lukis, Lucy Adelaide, 94 ; Rev. William CoUings, 

94- 
Lupton, Alan, 85 ; Alan Cecil, 85 ; Emma, 85 ; 

Mary Emma, 85. 
Lush, Clara Eleanor, II. 
Lygon, Hon"''" Cecil Albinia, 72 ; Frederick, Earl 

Beauchamp, 72 ; Hon**'" Robert, 72. 



Lyttelton, Rt. Rev. Arthur Temple, 135 ; Rev. the 
Hon"' Albert Victor, 39 ; Charles George, Baron, 
132 ; Rev. the Hon"" Edward, 39 ; George 
William, Baron, 39, 132, 135 ; Hon"" Hester 
Margaret, 39; Margaret Lucy, 135; Mary, 
Lady, 132 ; Hon"" Mary Kathleen, 135 ; Sybella 
Harriet, Lady, 39, 132. 



M 



ilcAndrew, Isabella, 112; W. P., 112. 

Macbean, Rosa, 64 ; William, 64. 

McCaskill, General Sir John, 80 ; Margaret, 80. 

Macdonell, Anna, 134; Captain Thomas, R.N., 134. 

McEachem, Donald, 171 ; Ellen, 171. 

Mackay, Beatrice Caroline, 68 ; Henry Ramsay, 68 ; 

Robert Henry Ramsay, 68. 
Mackenzie, see Muir- Mackenzie and Stewart- 
Mackenzie. 
Maclaren, Archibald, 40 ; Margaret, 40. 
Macleay, Colonel Alexander Caldcleugh, 60 ; Lina, 

60. 
McNeile, Archibald Magee, 78 ; Ellen Emma, 78 ; 

Colonel John, 78 ; Mary Sybil, 78. 
Maddison, Annie, 170; Elsie, 170J Thomas, 170; 

Rev. William, 170. 
Magniac, Francis, 182 ; Sophia Louisa, 182. 
Maher, Margaret Elenore, 136 ; Matthew Edward, 

136. 
Maitland, Adam, 112 ; Catherine, 112. 
Majendie, Edith Mildmay .-\shurst, 53 ; Ellen 

.\meUa, 139 ; Emma Sophia, 53 ; Rev. Henry 

Lewis, 53 ; Henry WilUam, Bishop of Bangor, 

53 ; Katherine, 53 ; Rev. Stuart, 139. 
Majoor, Christina, 109. 
Malcolmson, James, 122; John Pim Jackson, 122; 

Marian, 122 ; Sarabella, 122. 
Malet, Eliza Drake, 203 ; Florence, 203 ; Gertrude 

Agnes, 203 ; Guilbert Edward Wyndham, 203 ; 

Rev. William Wyndham, 203. 
Mallory, Mary, 19S ; Thomas, 198. 
Mangles, Ellen, 61 ; James, 61 ; Matilda, 109 ; 

William, 109. 
Mann, Lowr}', 69 ; Mary Margaret, 69. 
Mansfield, Annabella, 160; Rev. John, 160; Robert 

Blachford, 160. 
Marchant, Elizabeth, 163 ; Stephen Walter, 163. 
Marlborough, Charles, Duke of, 143 ; John Winston, 

Duke of, 103. 
Marriage, J., 122; Mary Anne, 122. 
Marsden, James Douglas, 105. 
Marshall, Alice Sophia, no (ayid Addenda, page 

xxxiii.) ; Anne Maria, 117; Beatrice, 117; 

Caroline, Addeitda, page xxxiii. ; Constance 

Gertrude, 70 ; Ernest Luxmoore, 70 ; Frederick, 

70, 117; Stephen, no {and Addenda, page 

xxxiii. ) 
Mart)^, Mary Jane, 128; Richard, 128. 
Maskeli, Agnes Maria, 89 ; Stuart Eaton, 89 ; 

William, 89. 
Master, see Chester-Master. 
Masterman, John, 182. 
Matheson, Hugh M., 81; Hugh Mackay, 81: 

Katherine Isobel, Si. 
Maughan, Agnes, 171; .\gnes Mar), 172; Alfred 

William, 174; Anne Eliza, 172 ; Ann Eliza Ellen, 

172; Archibald Dixon Kilgour, 173 ; Barbara 

Nickle, 172; Basil Sale, 171; Cecile CoUing- 

wood, 171 ; Rev. Charles Archibald, 172; 

Cj-ril Collingwood, 170; Brigadier-General Sir 

Dalrymple, Bt., 61, 67; Dorothy, 169, 172; 

Eleanor Kate, 172 ; Elizabeth Collingwood, 173 ; 

Elsie, 170 ; Elsie Collingwood, 171 ; Ernest 

Collingwood, 170; Ethel Frances Mar)-, 169; 

Frances, 172; Francis Alfred Collingwood, 173; 

Lieut. -Colonel Francis Gilfrid, 172, 173 ; Gardyne 

Keith Kilgour, 174; Grace Collingwood, 172, 173 ; 



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Isabel, 169 ; James Archibald, 172, 173; James 
Archibald Collingwood, 173 ; James Humphrey 
Norland, 172; Rev. James Slade, 171; Jane 
Eliza Frances, 169 ; Jane Isabel, 172 ; Jessie, 
170; John, 169; Rev. John Archibald Colling- 
wood, 169; John Brown, 172; John Frederick, 
174 ; John Humphrey Dickson, 173 ; John 
Humphrey Morland, 172 ; John Sale Collingwood, 
171; Katie Amelia, 170; Katie Iris, 170; Louisa, 
174; Mabel Lucy, 173; Mary, 170; Mary 
Georgiana, 169 ; Rev. Simpson Brown, 169 ; 
Sophy Grace, 171; William, 173; Rev. William, 
170 ; Rev. William Morland, 170. 

Maughan-Ettrick, Anthony Wharton, 171 ; Audrey 
Ettrick, 171; Irene Ettrick, 171 ; Marion Kate 
Elizabeth, 171; Muriel Grace Ettrick, 171 ; Rev. 
Slade Ettrick, 171. 

Maw, Samuel Alexander, III. 

May, Anne Elizabeth, 46; Charles, 118; Charles 
Hughes, 46; Edith, 119; Harriett Gardner 
Pitman, no; Sara Josepha, 46; Thomas, no; 
Walter, 119. 

Meacock, Frances, 165 ; Robert, 165. 

Medland, Emily, 38 ; William, 38. 

de Meisner, Pauline, 2, 4. 

Mennell, Henry Tuke, in. 

Mercer, .\lice Blackford, 106. 

Mesurier, see Le Mesurier. 

Meyler, Alice, 196 ; William Morgan, 196. 

Meysey, Anne Maria, 129; Charles Watkins, 129. 

Michel], Anne Elizabeth, 146; Faitli, 146; Rev. 
Henry, 146. 

Middleton, Helen Frances, 79; Williain, 79 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel William Crawford, 79. 

Midgley, Edith, in; Edward Gibson, in; James 
Haworth, in; Llewellyn, in. 

Mildmay, Hon""^ Anne Eugenia, 132; Henry 
Bingham, 132; Humphrey Francis, 132; 
Humphrey St. John, 132 ; Sybella Harriet, 132. 

Miles, Joseph, 10; Rev. Joseph, 10; Mary Wardell, 
10. 

Mills, Joseph Trueman, 202 ; John Remington, 
202 ; Laura Beaumont, 202 ; Thomas, 202. 

Milner, Jane, 134 ; William, 134. 

Minchin, Ivy, 63 ; John W., 63. 

Mitford, Agnes Maria, 119; Joseph George, 119. 

Moberly, George Ernest, 118; Sarah Jane, 118; 
William, 118. 

Mohr, Christian, 77 ; Lillemor, 77. 

Molyneux, Rev. Capel, 70 ; Caroline, 70 ; Maria, 
70 ; Mary, 39 ; Thomas, 39. 

Monck, AUliea Pauline Louise, 4 ; Elizabeth Mar- 
garet, 4 ; George Stanley Stephens, 4 ; John 
Bligh, 4, 151; Mary Louisa, 151; William 
Berkeley, 4. 

Moncriefte, Lady Louisa, 69 ; Selina, 69 ; Sir 
Thomas, Bt., 69. 

Monins, Edith Julia, 22 ; Emily, 13, 22 ; Rev. John, 
13; John Henry, 13, 22; Mary Lee, 13; Rev. 
Richard Eaton, 13, 22. 

Moore, Rev. Charles, 36 ; Charlotte Mary, 36 ; 
36. 
Rev. John Henry, 162 ; 



Rev. Melville Russell 
Moran, Francis, 158; 

Susanna Meares, 158, 
Morant, George, 90, 9 



Madeline Lorna Georgina, 

91 ; Pliyllis Angelina Rosamond, 90. 
Morgan, John, 182 ; Marian, 182 ; Sophia Louisa, 

182. 
Morgans, Elizabeth Mary, 196 ; Humphrey Maurice, 

196 ; William, 196. 
Morice, Francis, 87 ; Millicent Anne, 87. 
Morier, Agneta Clara, 38 ; Vice-Admiral William, 38. 
Morland, Charles Coleby, 123 ; Helen, 123 ; Jane, 

123- 

Morris, Ann Talwin, 114; Dame Anna Lillian, 70; 
Arthur, 55 ; Beatrice Annie, 55 ; Beryl, 56 ; Bryan, 
55 ; Clifford George, 56 ; Edith, 56 ; Frances, 55 ; 
George, 55 ; Herbert John, 56 ; Herbert Picton, 



187; John, 55 ; Sir John Henry, 70; Julia, 55 ; 

Leonard, 55 ; Maria, 114; Mary, 55 ; Patricialrcne, 

56 ; Raymond, 56 ; Sylvia, 187 ; Thomas, 55, 

114; Tom, 55; Violet Rebecca, 70; Vivian 

Francis, 56. 
Morse, Amelia Martha, 186 ; Amelia .Martha Jane, 

190 ; Leonard Becher, 186, 190. 
Mortimer, Alice, 126 ; Anne, 127 ; Arthur, 128 ; 

Charles, 126 ; Charles Henry, 126 ; Ch.-irles Knight, 

126; Charles Smith, 126; Eleanor Irene, 128; 

Elizabeth, 126 ; Elizabeth Prentis, 126 ; Elsie, 128 ; 

Ernest, 128 ; Evelyn, 128 ; Florence Maria, 127 ; 

Harriet, 126; Henry, 126; Henry Nichols, 127; 

Ida, 127 ; Rev. John Hamilton, 127 ; Katherine 

Lucy, 128 ; Leonard, 127 ; Lucy Burgess, 127 ; 

Mabel Lucy, 127 ; Maria, 126 ; Percy, 127 ; 

Reginald, 128 ; Robert Bntce, 127 ; Rosemary 

Alice, 126 ; Sidney, 128. 
Morton, Sarah, 156; William, 156. 
Moseley, Helena Grace, 116; William .Arthur, 116. 
Mosley, Octavia, 21 ; Sir Oswald, Bt., 21. 
Mossop, Rev. John, 146 ; Margaret, 146. 
Mousley, Anne, 198; Edward John, 19S ; Elizabeth, 

198 ; Joseph, 198. 
Muckleston, EUzabeth, 176; Richard Jefferys, 176. 
Muir, Dame Elizabeth Huntly, 72 ; Helen Mary, 72 ; 

Sir William, 72. 
Muir-Mackenzie, Amelia, 131 ; Sir Kenneth Augustus, 

131 ; Magdalen, 131. 
Mundy, Alfred Edward Miller, 19 ; Edward Miller, 

iS ; Georgiana Elizabeth, iS. 
Munro, Donald, 74 ; Nettie May Gumming, 74. 
Muntz, Albert Irving, 48 ; George Frederick, 48 ; 

Jessie, 48 ; Mathilda, 48. 
Murphy (Marcoe), Arthur, 156; Dorcas, 156. 
Murray, Brigadier-General Alexander Henry, loi ; 

Lady Anne Francesc.i Wilhelmine, 103 ; Charles 

Adolphus, Earl of Dunmore, 23 ; Sir Charles 

Augustus, 103 ; Charles James, 100, 103 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 103 ; Esther jane, 78 ; Dame Esther, 

28 ; Lady Evelyn, 23 ; George, Earl of Dunmore, 

loi, 103 ; Dame Hilda Joanna Gwendolen, loi ; 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir Malcolm Donald, loi ; Martha 

Frances Vincent, loi ; Rev. Sir William, Bt., 78. 
Murton, Beatrice Catherine, 178; George Comport, 

178. 
Musgrave, Caroline, 38; Sir George, Bt., 38. 
Mushet, Magdalen Christian, 158 ; Robert, 158. 
Mylne, Caroline Charlotte, 185 ; Rev. Charles 

Hamilton, 185 ; Kathleen d'Esterre, 185 ; Rev. 

Townshend Webb, 185. 



N 

Napier, Elizabeth, Lady, 183 ; Hon"" Maria 

Margaret, 1S3 ; William John, Lord, 183. 
Neale, Geoffrey P., 176 ; Harriot Deborah, 27 ; Stella 

Beatrice, 176 ; Thomas, 27. 
Neave, Catharine, 107 ; Edward, 107 ; Hannah, 107 ; 

James, 107, no; Sophia, no. 
Nevill, Cicely Augusta, 29 ; Hon*"'" Ralph Pelham, 

29 ; William, Earl of .\bergavenny, 29. 
New, Francis Thomas, 187. 
Newcastle, Georgiana Elizabeth, Duchess of, 18 ; 

Henrietta Adela, Duchess of, 18 ; Henry Pelham, 

Duke of, l8; Henry Pelham Alexander, Duke 

of, 18 ; Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas, Duke of, 

19; Kathleen Florence Mar)-, Duchess of, 19; 

Susan Harriet Catherine, Duchess of, 18 ; see 

Pelham-Clinton. 
Nichols, John Gough, 127 ; Lucy, 1 27 ; Lucy 

Burgess, 127. 
Nicol, James, 52 ; Kate Beatrice, 52. 
Nightingale, Jessie, 170; William, 170. 
Noble, Colonel Charies Simeon, 74 ; Madeline 

Winifred Louise, 74 ; Lieut. -Colonel Norman 

Doncaster, 74. 



!l8 



Noel, Rev. the Hon'''' Baptist Wriothesley, ^^ ; 

Charles Noel, Earl of Gainsborough, 77 ; Emily 

Elizabeth, Countess of Gainsborough, 77 ; Evelyn 

Mar>-, 77 ; Hon"" Henry Lewis, 77. 
Noott, Matilda Ellen, 50 : William Lane, 50. 
Norgate, .Maria, 195 ; Rev. Thomas Starling, 195, 
Norton, Eardley, 95 ; John Bruce, 95 ; Marie 

Gerrard, 95. 
Notcutt, George Jarvis, 118; Stephen Abbott, 119. 
Noyes, Anna, 44. 
Nugent, Helen, 151; Walter, Baron, 151. 



Oakes, Alice Jane, 123 ; Lewis, 123 ; William, 123. 
O'Brien, Anna Maria Sydney, 21 ; Edith Hilda, 

175 ; Sir Edward Lucius, Bt., 21 ; Francis 

Matthew, 175; John W., 175. 
Ogiivy, Gilbert Francis Molyneux, 131 ; Marjory 

Katharine, 131; Hon'''<= Ohvia Barbara, 131 ; Sir 

Reginald Howard Alexander, Bt., 131. 
O'Grady, Hon'>'<= Sophia, 182 ; Standish Darby, 

Viscount Guillamore, 182. 
Oldham, Fanny, 105 ; Harriette, 104 ; Rev. James, 

104 ; Marj-, 104 ; Rev. Thomas, 104, 105. 
Oliver, Frances Sarah, 120. 
Opdebeeck, M., 18; Lady Susan Harriet Catherine, 

18. 
Oppenheini, Charles, 70 ; Mary Johanna Antoinette 

Dulce, 70. 
Ord, Mary, 75. 

Orr, Elizabeth, 1S9 ; James, 189. 
Osborne, see Bernard- Osborne. 
Otter, Dorothea Mary Augusta, 86 ; Francis William, 

86 ; Ven*"' William Braere, 86. 
Overton, Catherine Maria, 37 ; Francis, 37. 
Owen, Brigadier- General Charles Cunliffe, 25 ; Major- 

General Charles Henry, 25 ; Emily Linzce, 25 ; 

Gertrude Agnes, 203 ; Hilda Clothilda Louise, 25 ; 

John, 86 ; Margaret Mar>', 25 ; Ohve Muriel, 20 ; 

Sir Philip Cunliffe, 203 ; Richard, 20. 



Packard, Edward, 119; Ellen, 119; Phyllis 

Margaret, 119. 
Packe, Eliza Legge, 71 ; William, 71. 
Paget, Lady Agnes, 149 ; Field-Marshal Henry 

William, Slarquess of -'Anglesey, 149. 
Palli, Professor Alexis, 86 ; Countess Frances Louisa, 

86 ; Count Philip .Alexander, 86. 
Palliser, Sarah Elizalieth, 76; Lieut. -Colonel Wray 

Bury, 76. 
Parish, Dame Anieha Martha, 186; Amelia Martha 

Jane, 190; Elizabeth, 190; Emily Fanny, 186; 

Dame Louisa Ann, 190; Woodbine, 190; Sir 

W^oodbine, 186, 190. 
Parker, Matilda, 43 ; William, 43. 
Parkin, Charlotte Hildegard ^iar)■, 35 ; Elizabeth, 

35 ; Frederick, 35 ; John Bawden, 35. 
Parsons, James, 115 ; Jane, 115. 
Partridge, Edward Thomas, 195 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 

193 ; Rev. John Anthony, 193, 195 ; Louisa 

Isabella, 193, 195. 
Paterson, Charles Robert, 87 ; Violet Seton, 87. 
Patten, Anne, 109. 
Patteson, Rev. Henry, 21 ; Henry Tyrwhitt 

Staniforth, 193; Lucy, 21; Sir John, 21. 
Peard, George Oliver, 197 ; Louisa Marion, 197. 
Pearman, Jane, 41. 
Pearse, Edith Anne, 69 ; Major-General James 

Langford, 69. 
Pearson, Henry, 146 ; Margaret, 146. 



Pechell, Hervey Charles, 84 ; su Brooke- Pechell. 

Peck, William Roland, 73. 

Pelham-Clinton, Lord Albert Sidney, 19 ; Lord 
Arthur, 19 ; Lady Beatrice Adeline, 18 ; Lord 
Edward William, 19 ; Lady Emily Augusta Mary, 

18 ; Lady Florence Josephine, 20 ; Lady Frances 
Evelyn, 19 ; Georgiana Elizabeth, Duchess of 
Newcastle, 18; Henrietta Adela, Duches of New- 
castle, 18 ; Henry Pelham, Duke of Newcastle, 
18; Henrj- Pelham Alexander, Duke of New- 
castle, 18; Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas, 
Duke of Newcastle, 19 ; Kathleen Florence Mary, 
Duchess of Newcastle, 19 ; Lady Matilda Jane, 

19 ; Lady Susan Charlotte Catherine, 19 ; Susan 
Harriet Catherine, Duchess of Newcastle, 18 ; see 
Newcastle. 

Pelham -Clinton -Hope, Doria Lois, 20 ; Henry 
Edward Hugh, 20 ; Lord Henry Francis Hope, 

20 ; Mary, 20 ; Lady Olive Muriel, 20. 
Pemberton, Elizabeth Mary, 45 ; .Mary Elizabeth, 

45 ; Thomas, 45. 
Penfold, Anne, 146; John, 146. 
Pennell, Harriet, 156; Jane Mary, 156; Lovell, 

156; Rev. Richard, 156; Rosamond Catherine, 

157 ; William, 157. 
Pentlow, Elizabeth, 55. 
Penyston, Catharine Mary, 195 ; John Francis, 195 ; 

see Partridge. 
Pepys, Lady Caroline, iS ; Charles Christopher, 

Earl of Cottenham, 18. 
Perry, Dorothy Rupertia, 142 ; Colonel George, 142 ; 

Richard Vincent, 142. 
Pettit, Susannah, 41. 
Phelan, Harriet, 159; Rev. James, 159. 
Philips, John, 14S ; Sarah, 148. 
Philpot, .A.lice Catherine, 157 ; Frederick Freeman, 

157 ; Henrietta Eliza Pasqualina, 157 ; John, 157 ; 

Margaret Magdalene, 157 ; Robert, 157. 
Phipps, Rev. Constantine Osborne, 47 ; Jessie Mabel, 

47 J Rev. Pownall William, 47. 
Pickering, John Edward, 204. 
Pike, Eleanor, 185; G., 185. 
Pitman, Rev. Alan, 143 ; Rev. Arthur Lane, 143 j 

Caroline Frances, 143 ; Elsie, 143 ; Samuel, 

143- 
Pitt, Hon'''= Alice Charlotte, 69 ; George, Lord 

Rivers, 69 ; Minnie Diana, 26 ; Thomas, 26. 
Plowman, Mark, 121 ; Maude, 121. 
Pocock, A., 115; Charles Montagu, 23; Emily 

Catherine Winifred, 115; Louisa Ann, 23; 

Percy R., 115. 
Ponsonby, Florence, 135; John Henry, 135; Violet 

Louisa, 135. 
Ponsonby-Fane, Dame Florence, 135 ; Sir Spencer 

Cecil Brabazon, 135. 
Portal, Eveline Maude, 186 ; Mary Adelaide, 183 ; 

Dame Mary Jane, 183, 186 ; Sir Wyndham Spencer, 

Bt., 183, 186. 
Porter, Coralie Adelaide Mervyn, 85 ; Frederick, 

31; Gerald Lachlan, 31: Henr)- Charles, 196; 

John Poner, 85 ; Josephine Henrietta, 85 ; Sybil 

Constance, 31. 
Potter, C, 78 ; Mabel, 78. 
de PourtalSs, Count Bernard Alexandre Georges 

Edmond, 192 ; Countess Elinor, 192. 
Povah, Catharine .Marj', 76 ; Rev. John Vidgen, 

76. 
Powell, Anna Maria Selina, 88 ; Evelyn Lucy Alice, 

149 ; Francis, 88 ; John, 106 ; Laura Jane, 106 ; 

Thomas Percy Prosser, 149 ; Rev, Thomas Prosser, 

149. 
Pownall, see Beaty-Pownall. 
Pratt, Alice, 83 ; Lady Eleanor Margaret, 152 ; 

George Charles, Marquis Camden, 152 ; Robert, 

83. 
Preece, Frances Ellen, 56. 
Preeston, Olive Haygarth, 24 ; P. Southwell, 

24. 



M9 



Prentis, Elizabeth, 126; G., 126. 

Preston, Edward, 32 ; Edith Isabella Maria, 13 ; 

Jane Octavia, 32 ; John, 13 ; Sir John, 13 ; Dame 

Mary Beatrice, 13 ; Rev. Thomas, 32. 
Price, Edith, 145 ; Edward, 38 ; Frederick William, 

163 ; James, 145 ; Louisa Eliza Buchanan, 163 ; 

Mary Beatrice, 38 ; Phcebe, 145. 
Prideaux, Dame Catharine Mary, 76 ; Marion Fenn, 

76 ; Sir Walter Sherburne, 76 ; Walter Treverbian, 

76. 
Prynne, Emily, 94 ; George Halford Fellowes, 94 ; 

Re\'. George Rundle, 94 ; Howard Fellowes, 94. 
Purkis, Harr\' Teverson, 28. 
Pye, Lady Albinia Frances, 34 ; Charlotte Mary, 34 ; 

Henry, 33 ; Henry Alington, 34 ; Mary Albania, 

34 ; see Alington. 
Pyne, Rev. Edward Manners Dillman, 12; Sophia, 

12. 



Queensberry , Charles, Marquess of, 137. 



Radford, John Henry, 43. 

Raikes, Charles, 63 ; Rev. Charles Hall, 63 ; 
Charlotte D'Ende, 63. 

Rait, Agnes, 62, 68 ; John, 62, 68. 

Ram, Eleanor Mary, 136 ; Rev. James Stopford, 
136 ; Judith Evelyn, 136 ; Rev. Nixon Chetwode, 
136. 

Ramsay, Hon"' Aline Rose, Addenda, page ii. ; 
Bevi'lle, 60 ; Hon"' Charles Fox Maule, Addenda, 
page ii. ' 

de Ramm, Frances, 7 ; Jules, 7. 

de 'Ramsay, Rosamond Jane Frances, Lady, 103 ; 
William Henry, Baron, 103. 

Ranken, Bryan McMurdo, 173; Mary Stuart, 173. 

Ranney, Helen Maria, 125 ; William Parker, 125. 

Ranscime, Ada, 114 ; Agnes, 114 ; Albert, 1 14 ; 
Alfred, 109, 11 1; Alice, 114, 119; Alice Jane, 
123 ; Alice Mabel, 120; Alice Margaret, 113, 114 ; 
Alice Mary, Addenda, page xxxiii. ; Alice Sophia, 
\\o(and Addenda, page xxxiii.); Allen, 109, 116; 
Allen Arthur, 108; Allen Walter, 116; Andrew 
Sidney, 120; Angela, Ii8; Ann, tog, 113; Ann 
Hunton, 114; Annette, 115; Arthur James, 121; 
Arthur Wilfrid, 113: Barbara Jane, 120; Beatrice, 
117; Benjamin Leslie, 115; Bernard, 113, 121; 
Bertha, 123; Bertram Coleby, 119; Blanche 
Gertrude, 122; Catherine, 107, 108, 112; Celia 
Noel, 108; Charles Edward Cedric, 119; Charles 
Wilson, 118; Charlotte Elizabeth, 122; Charlotte 
Louisa, 107; Christopher Hugh, 117; Christina, 
109; Daisy Alice, no: David Packard, 119; 
Dora Evelyn, 120; Dorothy Alice, 120; Dorothy 
Christina, iio; Dorothy Eleanor Pollock, 115; 
Douglas, 113; Edith, in; Edith Bessie, 123; 
Edith Margaretha, 121 ; Edward Coleby, 119; 
Edward Ernest, 113; Edwin Oakes, 123; Edwin 
Raj-ner, 121 ; Egbert, 122; Elfrieda Mabel, 
121 : Eliza, 122 ; Eliza Elizabeth, 122 ; Eliza 
Wilder, 114, 121; Elizabeth, 107, 109, 113, 
118, 121; Elizabeth Blake, 109; Elizabeth 
Clara, 115; Elizabeth Louisa Bedford, 1 17; 
Ellen, 122; Emily Catherine Winifred, 115; 
Emily Eleanor, 115 ; Emily Greaves, 117 ; Emma, 
114; Enid Marian, 109; Ernest Leslie, 113; 
Ernest Edwin, 121; Ethel Emilie, 120; Ethel 
Margaret, n8; Eva Marian, 115; Felix Harold, 
123 ; Florence Gertrude, 120 ; Florence Margaret, 
n4 ;_ Florence .Maude, 120: Florence Mitford, 
119; Frances Elizabeth, 113; Frank, 108; 
Frank Deane, 108 ; Frank Edwin, 122 ; Frederick, 
n2 ;■ Frederick Henry, Addenda, page xxxiii.; 
Frederick Leslie, 113; Frederick Maitland, 112; 



Frederick Wilmer, 115; Geoffrey, 117; George, 
no; George Frederick, no (and Addenda, 
page xxxiii.); Georgette Emma, 117; Gerard 
Lionel, 118; Gertrude, 116; Gilbert Holland, 
117; Godfrey, nS ; Hannah, 107, no; Hannah 
Christina, 109; Hannah Hunton Ransome, ni; 
Hannah Jane, 114; Harold Edwin, 123; 
Harriet, n4, 121; Harriet Hammond, 116; 
Helen, 123; Helen Charlotte, 112 ; Helen Louise, 
117; Helena Grace, 116; Henry, 109; Herbert, 
114; Rev. Herbert Owen, 120; Hester, n6 ; 
Hiria Mary, 117; Hortence, 112; Hubert Gray, 
116; Ida, 121; Inez, 115; James, 107, 114, 
117; Jaines Allen, 107; James Edward, ng ; 
James Henry, 109; James Stafford, 116; James 
Stanley, n5 ; Jane, no, n2, n4 ; Jane Bed- 
ford, 109, 116; Jane Henrietta, 121 ; Janet Mary, 
117; Jessie, 112 {and Addenda, page xxxiii.); 
Jessie Charlotte, 116; Joan, 123; Joan Elizabeth, 
118 ; John Alfred, 123 ; John Bertram, ng ; John 
Edward Geoffrey, n6 {a>id Addeiuia, page xxxiii.) ; 
John Leslie, ns ; John Sandeman Deane, 108; 
John Wilmer, nj ; Josephine Barbara, 120; Kate 
Corisande, n3 ; Lewis Henry, 116; Lewis 
Stafford, n6 (and Addenda, page xxxiii.); Louisa 
Kate, no; Lucy Anne, 114; Lucy Helen, (23; 
Mabel, 121 ; Mae Kathleen, Addenda, page xxxiii. ; 
Marcel Geoffrey, n7 ; Margaret Ethel, n7 j 
Margaret Hope, ng ; Maria, 109; Maria Louisa, 
122; Marian, 122; Marion, 108; Marion Eleanor, 

120 ; Mary, 107, 1 15 ; .Mary Anne, 108, n I ; Mary 
Catherine, n4 ; Mary Jane, 113; Maude, 

121 ; Maude Agnes, 116; .Maurice Alfred, 117; 
Maurice Edward, 120; Mildred, 118; Olive, 119; 
Olive Alice, 123; Olliver James, 120; Patience, 
112; Percy, 120; Percy Allen, 113; Percy John 
Stafford, 120; Peter, 123; Philip Coleby, ng ; 
Phyllis Margaret, 119; Prudence, 107, 109, in, 
Rachel, 112; Ralph Trevor, 121; Richard, 107; 
114, 121; Richard Barrett, 119; Richard Raven, 
114; Robert, 107, loS, in, 113, 118; Robert 
Charles, 118; Robert Charles Eley, 118; Robert 
James, 107 ; Robert Neil, 120; Robert St. George 
Tyldesley, 120; Robert Stanley, 112; Rose, n2 ; 
Rose Rebecca, n8 ; Ruth Fryer, 123; Samuel 
Allen, 116; Sarah, 113, 118; Sarah Jane, nS, 
119; Sheppard, 113; Sheppard Allen, 109; 
Sheppard James, 113 ; Sibil Dorothea, 109 ; 
Sophia, no; Sophia Elizabeth, no; Stafford 
Gardner (.Addenda, page xxxiii.) ; Stafford 
Marshall, no [and Addenda, page xxxiii.) ; 
Violet Adelaide Elizabeth, 115; Violet Grace, 
116 {and Addenda, page xxiii.) ; Violet Jane, 
113; Virginia, 118; Walter 115; William Allen, 
108. 

Ratcliff, .A-nnie Kathleen, 134 ; Daniel Rowlinson, 
134 ; Jane, 134 ; William Milner, 134. 

Raven, Mary, 107. 

Raymond, Amy, 83 ; Sir Charles, Bt., 83 ; Hugh, 
83 ; Dame Sarah, %t,. 

Rayner, Eliza Wilder, 114, 121. 

Raywood, Jane, 30 ; Richard, 30. 

Reade, Faith, 146 ; Rev. Francis, 146. 

Reed, Edith, 89 ; William, 89. 

Reeves, Elizabeth, 175; Maria, 175 ; WiUiam John, 

I75- 

Rendel, Ellen -Sophy, Lady, 188; Henry Stuart 
Goodhart, 188 ; James Meadows, 188 ; Stuart, 
Baron, 188. 

Reynolds, Arthur, 90 ; Constance Player, 51 ; Dorothy 
Mary, 52 ; Edith Minnie Theresa, 51 ; Eileen 
Minnie, 51 ; Eliza hnn, 51 ; Elizabeth Geater, 51 ; 
EricStrangman, 52 ; Gladys Catherine, 52 ; Gordon 
Henrj', 51 ; Henrj-, 52 ; Henry Osborne, 52 ; 
Kate Beatrice, 52 ; Leslie William, 51 ; Marjory 
Strangman, 51 ; Mary I'rances, 52 ; Minnie, 51, 52 ; 
Nellie, 52 ; Norman James, 52 ; Osborne Shribb, 
52 ; Rev. Osborne ShrilAi, 51 ; Phoebe Elizabeth, 



52 ; Phyllis Angelina Rosamond, 90 ; Richard, 52 ; 

Samuel, 51, 52 ; Samuel Francis, 51 ; Sarah, 51 ; 

Thomas Rupert, 51 ; William, 51 ; Winifred 

Kate, 51. 
Ricardo, Adela Lucy, 24 ; Ellen, 24 ; Henry David, 

24; Lieut. -Colonel Henry George, 24. 
Richards, Harry Weller, 175. 
Ricketts, Anne Maria, 104 ; Elizabeth, 104 ; William, 

104. 
Riddle, John, 192 ; Katharine, 192. 
Rider, John Edward Wase, 163, 165. 
Ridley, Ann, 10 ; William, 10. 
Riley, Ann, 47 ; Hamlet, 47 ; Lieut. -Colonel Rupert 

Farquhar, 31 ; Violet Louise, 31. 
Ripley, Philip Edward, 11 1. 

Ritchie, Arthur Macdonald, 184; Helen Jane, 184. 
Rivers, George, Lord, 59. 
Robertson, .-Vlexander, 87 ; General David, 79 ; Vida 

Constance, 79. 
Robinson, Amy Georgiana, 39 ; Rev. George Aling- 

ton, 39 ; Helen Muriel Stephanie, 148 ; Mary 

Louisa, 148 ; Matilda Rose, 75 ; Sarah Penelope, 

39 ; Stephen, 148 ; William Rose, 75. 
RockcUffe, Rev. Morton, 132 ; Sybella Martha, 

132. 
Rodick, Ann, 141. 

Roe, Charles William, 116; Maude Agnes, 1 16. 
Rolls, Georgina Emily, 149 ; John Hetherington 

Welch, 149. 
Rooke, Rev. Austin, 89 ; Eliza Sophia, 89 ; Rev. 

Frederick John, 89 ; Captain Frederick William, 

R.N., 89. ■ 
Rose, Harriet Anne, 32 ; Thomas, 32 ; William, 

32- 
Roslovleff, Helen, 7 : Olga, 6 ; Serge, 7 ; Serge 

Michailoff, 6. 
Ross, Ella Vicioria, 102 ; John, 102. 
Rossmore, Henrj' Robert, Lord, 19. 
Rothwell, Anne, 198 ; James, 198 ; Mary, 198. 
Rouse, Barbara Madelaine Honor, 197 ; Dorothy 

Mary Annette, 197 ; Elizabeth Mary, 196 ; Ezekiel, 

196 ; Ezekiel Alhanasius, 196 : Rev. Ezekiel 

Athanasius, 196 ; John, 196 ; Louisa Marion, 197 ; 

John, 196 ; Louisa Marion, 197 ; Margaret Lloyd, 

196 ; Rev. Oliver, 196 ; Priscilla Amelia, 196 ; 

Priscilla Catherine, 196. 
Rowe, Louisa, 22 ; William, 22. 
Rowland, Annie, 204 ; Michael, 204. 
Rowney, Arthur, 176 ; Frederick William, 176 ; 

Maude Mary, 176. 
Royds, Rev. Edward, 39 ; Hester J-rances, 39 ; Rev. 

Nathaniel, 39 ; Mary, 39. 
de Rummell, Baroness Emily Henrietta, 3 ; Baron 

Nicolas, 3. 
Rundle, Richard Albert, 90. 

Russell, Elizabeth, 126; Sir John, 126; see Watts- 
Russell. 
Ryan, Anna Maria, 159; Ethel Wilson, 134; Mary, 

159; Rev. Richard, 159; Thomas, 134. 
Rynd, Denys, 88 ; Rev. James William, 88 ; Marjory, 



St. Maur, Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset, 164 ; 

Lady Ulrica Frederica Jane, 164. 
Sale, .Ann, 169 ; Rev. Charles, 169 ; Mary Georgiana, 

l6g ; Rev. Richard, 169. 
Salisbury, Elizabeth, 120; Marion Eleanor, 120; 

William Byran, 120. 
Salter, Katharine Mary, 37 ; William, 37 ; Rev. 

William Charles, 37. 
Saltwell, William Henry, 140. 
Sampson, Janet, 192 ; Samuel Arthur, 192 ; Samuel 

John Marten, 192. 
Sandeman, Celia Noel, 108 ; Janet, loS ; Colonel 

W'illiam, 108. 
Sanders, A. H., 176; Olive Frances, 176. 



Sandford, Mary Ann, 145 ; Walter 145. 

Sargeani, Daisy Maud, 41 ; George T., 41. 

Sawer, Harriet, 114. 

Scarlh, Bertha Elais, 150; Rev. John, 150. 

Schelp, Edith Margaretha, 121 ; Ernst, 121 ; Ida, 

121; Robert, 121; Thorwald, 121. 
Schmidt, George Gottlieb, 49 ; Sophia, 49. 
Schomljerg, Vice-Admiral Charles Frederick, 68 ; 

Emily Caroline, 68 ; Helen, 68. 
Scott, Agnes Mary, 19J; .\lbinia Louisa, 137! 

Caroline Louisa, 137 ; Charles William, 137 ; 

Daniel Burton, 158 ; Eniilic, 158 ; James Robert 

Hope, 187 ; John, 137 ; John William, 137 ; Mary 

Amelia, 191 ; Rev. Thomas, 191. 
Scudamore-Stanhope, Ven'''« the Hon'''« Berkeley 

Lionel, 152; Hon""'' Caroline Sarah, 152; Captain 

Sir Edwyn Francis, Bt., K.N., 152 ; Henry Ertwyn 

Chandos, Earl of Chesterfield, 152 ; Dame -Mary, 

152. 
Sexton, Ellen Matilda, 112; George Frost, 112; 

George Mumford, H2; Helen Charlotte, 112. 
Sharpe, Catharine Anne, 35 ; Sophy Alice Mary, 

35 ; Sophy Anne, 35 ; Rev. William Charles, 

35- 
Sheaffe, Isabel, 11. 
Shelmerdine, Mary, 45 ; Thoma.s, 45. 
Sheniitt, Jessie Elizabeth, 50. 
Shepherd, Frances Marguerite, 9 ; Rev. Henry 

Curll, 9 ; Very Rev. Henry Young, 9 ; Mary, 27 ; 

Robert Mexborough, 27. 
Sheppard, Prudence, 107. 
Shewell, Ann Talwin, 114; Mary, 114; Thomas, 

114. 
Shrewsbury, John, Earl of, 18. 
Sikes, Mary, 147 ; Thomas, 147. 
Simeon, Sir John, Bt., 187. 
Simmons, Amy, 177 ; Benjamin D.ay, 177 ; Florence 

Maria, 177; John Frank, 177; William Ben, 

177. 
Simpkinson, Sir Francis Augustus, 146 ; Frederick 

George, 62, 146 ; Rev. John Nassau, 146 ; Dame 

Mary, 146 ; see De Wesselow. 
Simpson, Adam, 148; Elizabeth, 116; John, 116; 

Mary, 14S. 
Sims, John Dillwyn, 118 ; Maria, 126 ; Mildred, 118 ; 

William, 126; William Dillwyn, 118. 
Sinclair- Wemyss, Janet Elspeth, 82 ; Robert Dunbar, 

82. 
Skelton-Downes, John, 196. 
Slade, Elizabeth, 80 ; Francis Henrv, 80 ; Mabel, 

80. 
Sladen, Algernon Ryder Lambert, 23 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Joseph, 23 ; Lady Sarah Sophia, 23 ; Winifred 

Evelyn, 23. 
Sligo, Henry Ulick, Marquis of, 164. 
Slingsby, Rev. Charles, 151; Georgina Eglantine, 151. 
Slobodinsky, Elizabeth Alma, 6 ; Colonel Gregory, 6. 
Smeaton, Gwendoline, 93 ; Rev. James Bum, 93 ; 

Rev. Reginald Gordon Willes, 93. 
Smith, Agnes Maria, 119; Florence Mitford, 119; 

Frederick, 142 ; Rev. Godfrey, 83 ; Harriet Mary, 

142; Horace John, 142; Rev. John James, 119. 
Snape, Charlotte, 200 : Isaac, 200. 
Snelling, Althea, I ; William, I. 
Snelson, Edward, 42 ; Elizabeth Ann, 42. 
Solis, Alice Rose, 34 ; Edward de Selvier, 34. 
Somerset, Edward Adolphus, Duke of, 164. 
Southern, Elizabeth Collingwood, 173; Rev. John 

William, 173; Rev. Thomas James, 173. 
Spencer, .\ubrey John, 143; Charles, Duke of Marl- 
borough, 143 ; Rev. Charles Vere, 143 ; Emma 

Frederica, 143 ; Florence Mary, 143 ; Henry, 

193 ; Mary, 193. 
Spencer-Churchill, John Winston, Duke of Marl- 
borough, 103 ; Lady Rosamond Jane Frances, 

103. 
Spens, Helen, 92 ; Helen Hamilton, 92 ; Walter 

Cook, 92. 



Spicer, Elizabeth, 113. 

Spoffbrth, Anna, 134; Anna Elizabeth, 134; Edward, 

134- 
Spooner, Anna Frances, 21 ; Anna Maria Sydney, 21; 

Very Rev. Edward, 21 ; Rev. Henry Maxwell, 21; 

Octavia, 21 ; Ven''''' William, 21 ; Rev. William 

Archibald, 21. 
Spottiswoode, Andrew, 73 ; Eliza Taylor, 73 ; 

^George Andrew, 73 ; Mary, 73 ; William, 64, 

'73 ; William Hugh, 73. 
Spurgeon, Anne, 124 ; Frances Elizabeth, 124; Rev. 

John Grove, 124. 
Spurrell, Rev. Frederick, 9 ; Gertrude, 9. 
Squibbs, Moses, 144; Naomi, 144. 
Stabb, Arthur Francis, 120; Ellen, 120; Florence 

Gertrude, 120 ; William Henry, 120. 
Stack-house, Rev. John, 47. 
Standring, Alfred, 46. 
Stanhope, see .Scudamore-Stanhope. 
Stanley, Caroline, 38; Margaret, 38 ; William, 38. 
Staples, Charlotte Melosina, 81 ; John, 81. 
Staveley, Harriet Frances, 65, 74 ; Mary Anne, 32 ; 

General Sir William, 65, 74 ; Rev. William 

Brown, 32. 
Stearn, Elizabeth Geater, 51 ; William, 51. 
Steel, Amy Dora, 195; John Henry Dixon, 195. 
Steele, Alice, 39 ; Thomas, 39. 
Stephenson, Basil, 71 ; Editha Gertrude, 71 ; 

Hamilton Russell, 91 ; Isie Madeline, 91 ; Mary 

Georgina Christian, 71 ; Thomas Stanley, 71. 
Stevenson, William James, 86 ; see Strange. 
Stewart, Cecil Elizabeth, 140 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Duncan, 140 ; Frances Gertrude, 70 ; John Duncan 

Alexander, 140 ; Kenneth Lindsay, 70 ; William 

Lindsay, 70; see Hamill-Stewart. 
Stewart -Mackenzie, James Alexander, 79; Mary 

Frances, 79. 
Stilwell, Geoffrey Holt, 63. 
Stirling, Dame Ellen, 61 ; Ellinor, 61 ; Admiral Sir 

James, 61. 
Stokes, Elizabeth, 80 ; James, 80. 
Stone, Edith Minnie Theresa, 51 ; Thomas, 51. 
Stotherd, Edward, 19 ; Frances Evelyn, 19. 
Strachan, Donald, 96 ; Florence Lundi, 96 j 

John, 173 ; Mabel Lucy, 173 ; Mary Stuart, 

173- 
Strafford, Lady Agnes, Countess of, 149 ; George 

Stevens, Earl of, 149. 
Strange, Arthur Madison, 116; Edith Henrietta, 

86 J Rev. William Robert Pearson, 86 ; see 

Stevenson. 
Strangman, Eliza Ann, 51. 
Stride, Agnes Louisa, 170; Charles, 170; Ernest, 

170 ; Katie Iris, 170. 
Sturrock, Grace Gardyne, 172. 
Suckling, Catherine, 124; Rev. Horace, 124; Mary 

Anne, 124. 
Sulivan, Colonel George Augustus Fihner, 95 ; Marie 

Gerrard, 95 ; Waller Sandys, 95. 
Sumian, Frani,'oise Marie, 2, 6. 
Sutherland, Douglas, 162 ; Lucy, 162. 
Swain, Dorothy, 42 ; Thomas Morton, 42. 
Swinfen-Broun, Annie, 204 ; Charles Wilsone, 204 ; 

Laura, 204 ; Colonel Michael Alexander Wilsone, 

204. 
Swinstead, Alfred Hillyard, 115; Elizabeth, 115; 

Eva Maria, 115. 
Swithinbank, Amy, 204 ; Constantia Anne, 204 ; 

George Edwin, 204 ; Harold William, 204 ; Rev. 

Herbert Spencer, 204. 
Sydenham, George Sydenham, Baron, 90 ; Phyllis 

Angelina Rosamond, Lady, 90. 
Syer, Agnes, 28; Rev. Barrington Blomfield, 8, 12; 

Emily, 8, 12 ; Rear-Admiral Frederick Chevallier, 

28. 
Sykes, Frances Mary, 165; Henry M., 165; [ohn 

Percy, 165. 



de Tabley, George, Baron, 18. 

Talbot, John, Earl of Shrewsbury, 18 ; Lady Mary 

Alathea Beatrix, 18. 
Tarrant, Eleanor, 163 ; Henry, 163. 
Tale, Emma, 162 ; Francis, 162 ; Rev. Francis, 162. 
Tayleur, John, 138; Katharine Maud, 138; 

Katharine Treby, 138. 
Taylor, Charlotte Louisa, 107; Cicely May, 81; 

Eliza Jane, 64, 73 ; George Noble, 64 ; General 

Sir Henry George Andrew, 64, 73 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Hugh Neufville, 81 ; John. 41 ; Mary, 41 ; Mary 

Louisa, 107 ; May Steward, 69 ; Ralph Neville, 

69 ; William, 107 ; see Fletcher -Taylor. 
Teesdale, Edward Thomas Moore, 191. 
Tempest, see Vane -Tempest. 
Temple, Elizabeth, 19S; Stephen, 19S. 
Thistlethwaite, John Barlow, 118. 
Thomas, James Thomas, 75 ; Maria, 75 ; Sarah 

Mary, 10 ; William, 10. 
Thomason, Catherine, 137 ; Thomas, 137. 
Thompson, Emma, 68 ; George Horatio, 20 ; Olive 

Muriel, 20 ; Samuel Henrj', 68. 
Thorpe, Anne, 198; George, 198. 
Thursfield, Richard, 32. 
Thurston, Dora Evelyn, 120; Rev. Granville 

Bourdas, 120. 
Thynne, Lord Henry, 164 ; Lady Louisa, ICX) ; 

Marjory, 164 ; Thomas, Marquess of Bath, 100 ; 

Lady Ulrica Frederica Jane, 164; Lieut. -Colonel 

Ulric Oliver, 164. 
Tisdall, Harriet Elizabeth, 54 ; John, 54. 
Tiverton, Esme, Viscountess, 162 ; Ilardinge Goul- 

bourn. Viscount, 162 ; see Giffard. 
Tod, Helen, 92 ; Joanna Helen, 89 ; John, 89, 92 ; 

Louisa Garden, 92. 
Tompson, Alice Margaret, 60 ; Rev. Matthew 

Carrier, 60. 
Tooth, Howard Henry, 38 ; Janet Marchant, 38 ; 

Mary Beatrice, 38. 
Tozer, Abraham, 141 ; EHzabeth, 141 ; Elizabeth 

Ann, 141. 
Trapnell, Mary, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 
Trotter, John, 77 ; John Eraser Alexander, 75 ; 

Mary, 77. 
Tucker, Ann, 200. 
Tuckfield, George Thorne, 144. 
Tufnell, Agnes Mary, 151 ; William Michael, 151. 
Turner, CoUina, 34; Edgar, 112; Eleanor Irene, 

128; Ellen, 119; Jane, 112; John, 128; Mary 

Pearson, 73; Robert Frederick Lewis, 128; 

Rosa, 112; Walton, 119; WilHam, 112; Wright, 

73- 
Tweedie, Emily Harriet, 137 ; Margaret, 137 ; Major- 

General William, 137 ; Rev. William King, 137. 
Tylden, Jane Elizabeth, 150 ; Sir John Maxwell, 

150. 
Tylden-Wright, Charles Collins Onley, 151 ; Evelyn, 

151 ; Jane Elizabeth, 151. 
Tyldesley, Barbara Jane, 120. 
Tyrwhitt-Drake, Louisa Isabella, 193, 195 ; Thomas, 

193. 195- 

U 
Urquhart, John, 60, 75 ; Mary, 60, 75. 



Vane, George Henry Robert Charles, Earl, 19. 

Vane -Tempest, Lord Adolphus Frederick Charles 
William, 19 ; Charles William, Marquess of 
Londonderry, 19 ; Francis Adolphus, 19 ; George 
Henry Robert Charles, Earl Vane, 19 ; Lady Susan 
Charlotte Catherine, 19. 



Vaughan, Charles Edwyn, 62 ; Charles Jerome, 18 ; 

Rev. Edward Thomas, 62; Florence, 18 ; Janet, 

loS ; Mar)- Aynes, 62. 
Vernun, Henrietta, 100 ; Richard, 100. 
Vicary, John, g6 ; Margaret Mary, 96. 
Vulliamy, Marie Elizabeth, 11 ; Theodore, 11. 



W 



Wadsworth, Elizabeth, 103 ; James, 103. 

Wagner, Ann Maria, 147 ; Anne, 146 ; Anne 

Elizabeth, 146; Rev. Arthur Douglas, 147; Edith, 

146 ; Elizal)eth Faith, 146 ; Elizabeth Harriott, 

147; Emily, 146; George, 146; Rev. George, 

146 ; George Henry Malcolm, 146 ; Henry, 147 ; 

Rev. Henry Michell, 147 ; John Henry, 146 ; 

Joshua VValson, 147 ; Malcolm, 146 ; Margaret, 

146 ; Mary Ann, 147 ; Mary Sikes, 147 ; Mary 

Wilhelmina, 146 ; Melchior Henry, 146. 
Walker, Elizabeth Fountaine, 67 ; Fountaine, 67 ; 

Olive, 71 ; Hon^"* William Gregory, 71. 
Wall, Harriet Susanna, 108 ; Robert, loS. 
Wallace, Constance Amelia, 164 ; E. J., 164 ; Esme, 

162 ; James Stewart, 162 ; Lucy, 162. 
Wallis, Abraham, 122; Agnes, 169; Ellen, 121; 

Mary Ann, 122. 
Walls, Rev. Edward, 36 ; Elizabeth, 36 ; Mary 

Dorothea, 40 ; Rev. Richard Artliur, 40 ; Rev. 

Richard George, 40. 
Walsinghani, Ven'''= Thomas, Baron, 149. 
Walters, Elizabeth Mary, 196; George, 196; John 

Eldad, 191; M;iry Amelia, igi. 
Wansey, Emily, 89 ; John, 89. 
Ward, Anthony, 45; Francis, in ; John, 45; 

Kathleen Mary, 45. 
Wardle, Gilbert Charles, 48 ; Katherine, 48 ; Mary 

Blanche, 48 ; Sir Thomas, 48. 
Ware, Martin, 202. 
Wame, Mary Ann, 43 ; William, 43. 
Warren, George, Earon de Tabley, 18; John, 175; 

Mary, 175 ; Timothy, 62. 
Warwick, George, Earl of, 100 ; Henrietta, Countess 

of, 100 ; John, 45 ; Mary Elizabeth, 45. 
Watkins, John, 145 ; Nina, 145. 
Watlock, Anne, 121 ; Ehzabeth, 121 ; John Dawson, 

121. 
Watson, Ada, 114; Arthur Douglas Joshua, 146; 

Barclay Seebohm, 114; Charles, 46; John, 46; 

Joshua, 147 ; Mary, 147; Mary Edith, 46; Mary 

Sikes, 147. 
Watson-Davies, Bartholomew, 22 ; Charlotte Maud 

Ashby, 22. 
Watt, Commissary-General, 64 ; Meriel Anna, 

64. 
Watts-Russell, Jessie David, 194 ; Susan Helen, 

194. 
Webb, Anna, 156; Daniel Hale, 133; Elizabeth, 

no; Elizabeth Artemisia Anna Maria, 42 ; 

Henry, 42; Isabel, 133; John, 156; Marv, 

107. 
Webster, Sarah, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Wells, Emily Frederica, 74 ; Frances, 74 ; Walter 

Fox Williamson, 74 ; W. W., 74. 
W^emyss, Elizabeth Huntly, 72 ; James, 72 ; see 

Sinclair- Wemyss. 
de Wesselow, Emily, 146 ; Francis Guillemard 

Simpkinson, 146; /^^ Simpkinson. 
West, James, 129 ; Sarah, 129. 
W^estenra, Hon^'^ Frances Kathleen, 19 ; Henry 

Robert, Lord Rossmore, 19. 
Wetherell, Harriet Maria, 131 ; Ven*"'' Henry, 131 ; 

Nathan, 131; Very Rev. Nathan, 131: Richarda, 

'31- 
Wheatley, Mabel Edith Moreton, 191 ; Colonel 

Moreton John, 191. 
Wheeler, George, 19S : Margaret, 19S. 



Whinfield, Arthur Henry, 106; Edward Wrey, 106; 
Laura Jane Charlotte, 106. 

Whitaker, Rev. George Ayton, 124; Mary Henrietta, 
124. 

Wliite, Amy Gertrude, 44 ; Colonel Arthur Wellesley, 
28 ; Dora Louisa, 95 ; Edith Mary, 28 ; Frederick, 
44; Sir Henry Arthur, 13S; John Rudolf, 95. 

Whitmore, Adelaide Anna, 139; Algernon George 
Bernard, 138 ; Caroline Louisa, 137 ; Catherine, 
137; Catherine Mary, 140; Cecil Elizabeth, 140; 
Dora Louisa, 13S ; Dora Louisa Mary, 139 ; Edith 
Georgina, 139 ; Emily Elizabeth, 140 ; Emily 
Harriet, 137 ; Ethel Mary Alberta, 139 ; Evelyn 
Octavia, 140; Lieut. -Gjlonel Francis Henry 
Douglas Charlton, 138 ; Rev. George, 138 j Gerald 
Ellen Georgina, 139; Henry, 139; Henry Eardley, 
138 ; Katharine Maud, 138 ; Katherine Mildred, 
139 ; Lady Louisa Anne, 137 ; LouLsa Margaret 
Emily, 138; Lucy Albinia, 139; Lucy Georgiana, 
140; Mary, 137; Maiy Catherine, 137; Mildred 
Louisa Lucyj 139; Sarah, 138; Thomas, 137; 
Thomas Charles Douglas, 138 ; Thomas Charlton, 
137 ; Violet Frances Elizabeth, 138 ; Walter Heniy, 

139- 

Whitworth, Eric E. A., Janet Evelyn, and Rev. 
William Allen, Addenda^ p^^e Hi. 

Wigley, Anna Maria, 129; Caroline, 129; Edmund 
Meysey, 129. 

Wigston, William Jebb, 194, 195. 

Wild, Ada Constance, 176 ; Alfred Reeves, 176 ; 
Amy, 177 ; Anna Lucy, 177 ; Arthur Clement, 178 ; 
Basil Warren, 176 ; Beatrice Catherine, 178 ; 
Bertram William, 176; Brian Denzil, 178; Charlel 
James, 178 ; Charles Kemp, 177 ; Dulce Muries 
Fanny, 178 ; Edgar Leonard, 175 ; Edith Hilda, 
175 ; Edith Mary, 177 ; Eliza, 175 : Eliza Kemp, 
175; Elizabeth, 176; Elsie Muriel, 178; Ethel, 
178; Eveline Maud, 177; Florence Maria, 177; 
Gilbert Louis, 177 ; Harold Charles, 1 77 ; Harriet 
Wyatt, 176; Harry Reginald, 17S: Henry, 175; 
Henry Bowles, 175 ; Henry Edgar, 175 ; Horace 
Goodall, 175 ; James Frederick, 177 ; John 
Antony, 178; Launcelot William, 178; Laura 
Elizabeth, 176; Leonard Charles, 176; Maria, 
175 ; Marjorie, 1 77 ; Mary, 175 ; Maude Mar}-, 
176; Nora Beatrice, 177; Olive Frances, 176; 
Phyllis Rosemary, 178; Roland Cecil, 178; Rose 
Clara, 178; Sarah, 175; Stella Beatrice 176; 
Sylvia Beatrice Margaret, 178; Thomas, 175; 
Violet, 178 ; William Curtis, 175. 

Wilkins, Elizabeth, n5 ; William, 115. 

Wilkinson, Edith Mary, 177 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; James, 
21 ; Louis C, 177. 

Willett, Jane, 164. 

Williams, Anne, 146 ; Berkeley Cole Wilmot, 182 ; 
Edith, loi ; Edward Wilmot, 1S2 ; Emily, loi ; 
Rev. James, 2 ; Jane, 2 ; John, 34 ; Mary, 34, 200 ; 
Rev. Miles, 146 ; Hon^^ Sophia, 182 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Thomas Peers, loi ; Winifred .Mary, 182. 

Willoughby, Elizabeth, 104. 

Wilmot, Lieut. -General Eardley Nicholas, 140; 
Emily Elizabeth, 140 ; Dame Marianne, 140 ; 
Montagu, 140; Sir Robert, Bt., 140. 

Wilshere, Alice Augusta, 203 ; Charles Willes, 202 ; 
Edith Elisabeth Marie, 203 ; Elisabeth Marie, 202 ; 
Elizabeth Simpson, 202 ; Everilda Frances Laura, 
203 ; Florence, 203 ; Laura Beaumont, 202 ; Lora, 
202 ; Susanna, 202 ; Thomas, 202 ; William, 202. 

Wilson, Agnes, 171 ; Major- General Charles Harry, 
96 ; Cyril, 1S4 ; Rev. D.aniel, n2 ; Daniel, 
Bishop of Calcutta, 112 ; David, 62 ; Franceses 
Henrietta, 96; Lieut. -General Francis Whish, 
96; Jessie, 112 {and Addenda, page xxxiii.); 
John, 171 ; Kathleen, 184; Wilberforce, n2 {and 
Ad.ienda, page xjcxiii.) 

Wilton, Alfred, 6 ; Elizabeth Alma, 6 ; John 
William. 157 ; Mary, 157. 

Winans, Walter, 85 ; Wilhelmina Louisa, 85. 



^23 



Windsor- Clive, Hon^e George Herbert Windsor, 
129 ; see Clive. 

Wolkonsky, Prince Alexander, 6 ; Princess Vera, 6. 

Wood, Edmund Thomas Wedgwood, 49 ; Edward 
John Wedg, 49 ; Lettice, 49 ; Sophia, 49. 

Woodcroft, Jessie, 48 ; Rufus, 48. 

Woodfall, Henry, 161 ; Wilhelmina, 161. 

Woodgate, Maria, 75 ; William Francis, 75. 

Woolley, Charles Alfred, 147. 

Wormald, Adelaide Hague, 168 ; Annette Louisa 
Jane, 164 : Annie, 165 ; Annie Martha, 164 ; 
Arthur, 168; Caroline Ellen, 163 ; Cicely, 164; 
Cissil Annie, 166 ; Constance Amelia, 164 ; 
Doris Eleanor, 163 ; Drury Frank Percy Bibby, 
165 {aiid Addenda, page xlii.) ; Edward, 164; 
Elizabeth, 163 ; Elizabeth Anne, l66 ; Eliza- 
beth Mary, 164 ; Elizabeth Maude, 166 ; Ellen, 
164, 165 ; Evelyn Christina, 168 ; Fanny, 163, 
164, 167 ; Frances, 165 ; Frances Mary, 165 ; 
Francis Mar)' Walker, 165 ; Frank, 167 ; Brigadier- 
General Frank, 167; Lieut. -Colonel Frederick 
William, 168 ; Gertrude, 165 ; Guy, 163 ; 
Gwynifred, 167 ; Harry, 166 ; Hugh, 163 ; Jean, 
165 ; loan, 166 ; John, 163, 165, 166 ; Lettice, 

164 ; Louisa Eliza Buchanan, 163 ; Marjory, 164 ; 
Martha Anne, 164 ; Martha Emma, 167 ; Mary, 
163 ; Mary Anne, 16S ; Nancy Cissil, 166 ; Percy, 

165 ; Percival 166 ; Percival Henry, 167, 168 ; 
Robert Frank, 166; Thomas, 165 ; Thomas Boyd, 
168 ; Thomas Marmaduke, 165 ; Veronica, 168 ; 
William, 165. 

Worship, Frances Elizabeth, 30 ; Frederica Julia, 30 ; 
John Lucas, 30 ; Rev. John Lucas, 30. 



Worthington, Albert Octavius, 102 ; Lady Muriel 

GladH7S, 102 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 102 ; William 

Worthington, 102. 
de Wrede, Baron Alexander, 7 ; Baroness Sophia, 7- 
Wright, Alice, 160; John, 160 ; .v.? Tylden -Wright. 
Wrighton, Georgina Maria Hulton, 91. 
Wyatt, Anna Lucy, 177 ; Elizabeth, 175 ; James 

Reeves, 177 ; Dame Maria, 175 ; Rev. Robert 

Edward, 177 ; Thomas, 175 ; Sir William Henry, 

175 ; William Thomas, 175. 
Wyilie, Colonel Alexander Keith, 88 ; Mary Beatrice, 

88. 
Wyndham, Charles, 63 ; Ethel Mar)', 63 ; Hon"' 

Frances, 83 ; George, Baron Leconfield, 83. 



Yates, Elizabeth Margaret, 4 ; Rev. Samuel 

Wildman, 4. 
Yerburgh, Charlotte Mary, 34 ; John, 34. 
Yockney, Algernon, 38 ; Mildred Morris, 38. 
Yohe, Mary Augusta, 20 ; William, 20. 
Young, Alice Harriette, 96 ; Anna, 44 ; Archibald, 

67; Lieut. -Colonel David Butler, 96 ; Elizabeth, 

44; George Archibald Wallace, 67; Henry, 116; 

Hester, 116; Joseph, 44; Mary Christobel, 67; 

Williams Henry Frome, 116. 



Zouche (de la), Cecil Baron, 
Cecil George, Baron, 84. 



84 ; Robert Nathaniel 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ADAMS. Vol. 13, page 28.— Frank 
Pemberton Adams died at Roche 
Mount, Leek, co. Stafford, 5 November 
1919. 

Page 28 (and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page i.) — Percy Walter Lewis and 
Ada Gladys Adams have further issue 
a son, Joscelin Francis Whieldon Adams, 
born at VVoore Manor, co. Salop, 22 
March, baptised at St. Leonard's, 
Woore, 29 April 19 19. 

AIRY. Vol. 7, page 117.— Ellen Alethea, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. William 
Airy, and widow of the Rev. Alfred 
Sweeting, died at Bedford 12 February, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Bedford 17 February 19 19. 

Page 118. — Edith, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. William Airy, died at Bedford 
13 March, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Bedford 18 March 19 18. 

Sybil (Royal Red Cross), 3rd daughter 
of the Rev. William Airy, died at Bedford 
1 1 February, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Bedford 15 February 1918. 

ALDERSON. Vol. 12, page 190.— 
Augustus Grey Dixwell Alderson, 
Lieutenant Royal Air Force, married at 
Swanage, co. l~)orset, 18 August 19 19, 
Edith Mary, eldest daughter of David 
Doig of Rosslyn House, New Barnet, 
CO. Hertford. 

ALINGTON. Page 2,^ of present 
volume. — Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Cyril 
Marmaduke Alington, East Lancashire 
Regiment, Governor of Military Prisons 
in the Field, Egypt, and Gladys Evelyn 
his wife, have further issue a son, 
George d'Argentine Alington, born at 
the Governor's House, Stafford, 22 June, 
baptised at the Royal Military College 
Chapel, Cambcrley, co. Surrey, 16 
September 19 19. 



ALLAN BY. Vol. 8, page 18.— Sir 
Edmund Henry Hynman AUenby, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., was appointed a 
Field-Marshal 31 July 1919; raised to 
the Peerage as Viscount AUenby of 
Megiddo and of Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 
7 October 1919, receiving the thanks 
of Parliament and a grant of ^^50,000 ; 
he was appointed High Commissioner 
for Egypt and the Soudan the same 
month. His only child, Horace Michael 
Hynman AUenby, M.C., Lieutenant 
T Battery, Royal Horse Artillery, was 
killed in action in France 29 July 
1917. 

ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 86.— Isabel 
Evelyn, widow of Robert Lancelot 
AUgood, was married 2ndly at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 6 April 
19 18, to F. J. Douglas of Caverton, 
Roxburgh. 

AMHERST OF HACKNEY. Vol. 
15, page 69. — Margaret Susan, Dowager 
Lady Amherst of Hackney, died at 
Foulden Hall, co. Norfolk, 2 Novem- 
ber, and was buried at Foulden 6 
November 191 9. 

Page 75. — Samuel Roland Daniel- 
Tyssen died, aged 32, at 59 Priory 
Road, Kilburn, co. Middlesex, 31 July 
1918. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. i, page 152.— John 

Amphlett died at Clent, Stourbridge, 
CO. Worcester, 23 June 1918. Eliza 
Anne, his widow, died at Odnail Cottage, 
Clent, 14 July 1919. 

ARBUTHNOT. Page 72 of present 
volume. — Sir John Henry Kennaway, 
Baronet, C.B., died at Escot, Ottery 
St. Mary, co. Devon, 6 September 
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ARBUTHNOT and ARBUTHNOT- 
LESLIE. Page 76 of present 
volume. — Aline Rose, elder daughter 
of George Arbuthnot - Leslie, was 
married at Meiklefolla, co. Aberdeen, 
14 November 1919, to the Hon*"'' 
Charles Fox Maule Ramsay, M.C., 
Lieutenant Northumberland Hussars 
Yeomanry, youngest son of John 
William, Earl of Dalhousie, K.T. ; born 
at 5 Hereford Gardens, Westminster, 
5 March 1885. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 18 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 18, page it.) — Richard 
Alleyne Arkwright of Willersey, Broad- 
way, CO. Worcester, Captain Coldstream 
Guards, and Marjorie his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Ann Marjorie, 
born at the Red House, Windsor, co. 
Berks, i March 19 19, baptised at St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor. 

Page 21. — Mary Esther, widow of 
James Charles Arkwright, died, aged 
92, at Oak Hill, Cromford, co. Derby, 
on Friday, 8 February, and was buried 
at Cromford on Tuesday, 12 February 
1918. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 15, page 80.— 
Charles Harry Arkwright married at 
St. John's, Watford, co. Hertford, 23 
April 1919, Doris Mabel, younger 
daughter of Lawrence Whitfield of 
Northlawn, Watford. 

ARKWRIGHT. Page 149 of present 
volume. — Richard Arkwright of Heme 
House, Windsor, co. Berks, died, aged 
83, 14 November, and was buried at 
HolyTrinity,Windsor, i9Novemberi9i8. 

ARMSTRONG. Vol. 13, page 145 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Hi.) — The 
Hon'''"= William John Montagu and 
Zaida Ce'cile l3rummond \^'atson- 
Armstrong have issue a son, William 
Henry Cecil John Robin Watson- 
Armstrong, born at Cragside, Rothbury, 
CO. Northumberland, 6 March, baptised 
at Rothbury 27 April 19 19. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol i, page 234.— Sir 
George John Armytage, Baronet, died, 
aged 76, at Kirklees Park, Biighouse, 
CO. York, 8 November, and was buried 
at Hartshead, co. York, 13 November 
1918. 

Page 236. — Charlotte Emil)', widow 
of Captain Godfrey Armytage, died, 
aged 88, at 2 Wentworth Terrace, 



ARMYTAGE, continued. 

Wakefield, co. York, 15 May, and was 
buried at Low Ackworth, co. York, 
19 May 19 1 9. 

ASHCOMBE. Vol. 18, page 53.— 
Charles Cyril Riccardi - Cubitt, M.C., 
Grenadier Guards, married at St. 
Mary's, Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 10 September 19 19, Gladys 
Louisa Violet, youngest daughter of 
Major Edward Barrington Crake, Rifle 
Brigade. 

Page 55. — Alice Matilda, widow of 
the Rev. Charles Cubitt, died at St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, i August 
1919. 

Page 56.— The Hon'''' William Hugh 
Cubitt, Lieutenant Dragoon Guards, 
died of wounds received in action, 
aged 21, 24 March 1918. 

ASKWITH. Vol. 15, page 106.— Sir 
George Ranken Askwith, K.C.B. 
(Mayor of St. Ives, 19 13-14), was 
created a peer, as Baron Askwith of 
St. Ives, CO. Huntingdon, 1 March 
1919 ; appointed a Commander of 
the Legion of Honour 13 November 
following. Ellen, Lady Askwith, 

created a Commander of the Order 
of the British Empire 8 January 
1918. 

Page 108 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page a.) — Captain Cecil Theodore 
Askwith and Dorothy Helen his wife 
have further issue a daughter, Margaret 
Elizabeth, born at Cromer, co. Norfolk, 
5 September, baptised at Mundesley, 
CO. Norfolk, 21 October 19 17. 

ASS H ETO N. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page i.) — Major Richard Thomas 
Assheton, Cambridgeshire Regiment 
(attached Machine Gun Corps), only 
son of Richard Assheton, Sc.D., F.R.S. 
{see page 72), married at St. Mark's, 
Peterborough, co. Northampton, 1 1 
December 19 18, Beryl Elizabeth, only 
daughter of E. W. Slater. 

ATTREE. Vol. i {see Addenda, Vol 2, 
page i.) — Lorna May Wakeford Town, 
only daughter of Colonel Frederick 
William Town Attree, R.E. {see page 
jjj), was married at St. Jude's, Ken- 
sington, London, 6 July 1918, to Lionel 
Chasemore Gates, ^I.C., Lieutenant 
Lincolnshire Regiment (attached London 
Regiment), son of Percy Gates, Alder- 
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AUDEN. Vol. 13, page 172. — Geoffrey 
William Auden, Cadet Royal Air Force, 
died, aged 18, at Hampsiead Military 
Hospital, CO. Middlesex, 4 November, 
and was buried at Church Broughton, 
CO. Derby, 9 November 19 18. 

Page 174. — Henry William Auden 
resigned the Princijialship of Upper 
Canada College, Toronto, in 19 17. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 65.— The 
llon'^'<= Harold Fo,x Pitt Lubbock, 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, who 
served in the European War at Gallipoli 
and in France, was killed in action 4 
April 1 9 18. 

Page 66. — The Hon**'' Norman 
Lubbock married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
2 April 19 19, Edith Harriet (see page 
6g) eldest daughter of Sir Nevile 
Lubbock, K.C.M.G. 

Page 68.— Nora, wife of Montagu 
Lubbock, ALD., and eldest daughter of 
Nottidge Charles Macnaniaia, F".R.C.S. 
{see Vol J, page gj), died, aged 52, 
25 July 19 1 8. 

Lieut.-Commander Alexander Nevile 
Lubbock, R.N., is believed to have been 
drowned at sea in action 28 April 1918. 

Page 69. — Edith Harriet, eldest 
daughter of Sir Nevile Lubbock, 
K.C.^LG., was married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, 2 April 19 19, to the Hon*"'' 
Norman Lubbock {see page 66.) 

Page 71.— Ernest Nevile, 5th son of 
Sir Nevile Lubbock, K.C.ALG.jisbelieved 
to have been drowned at sea on s.s. 
" Umgeni," aged 42, circa January 1918. 

Page 72. — Roy Lubbock married at 
Ide Hill, CO. Kent, 26 April 1919, 
Yvonne Vernham, of 6 Burgess Park 
Mansions, Hampstead, co. Middlesex. 

Alan Lubbock, Lieutenant Royal 
Garrison Artillery, married at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 20 April 1918, Helen Mary, 
only child of John Bonham Carter of 
Adhurst St. Mary, Petersfield, co. Hants. 

BABINGTON. Vol. 8, page 92.- 
Thonias Zachary Dodson Babington, 
Captain Indian Infantry, died, aged 28, 
16 October 1918. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 242.— Ethel, 
widow of William Ernest Bacchus, died 
at Winton, Knyveton Road, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 22 June 1919. 



BAGOT, Vol. 13, page 6.— Hugh Villiers 
Bagot died at Boscombe, co. Hants, 
8 February, and was buried at Ashstead, 
CO. Surrey, 12 February 1919. 

BAINBRIGGE. Vol. i, page 212.— 
The Rev. Philip i'homas Bainbrigge 
was collated to a Prebendal Stall in 
St. Paul's Cathedral in July 191 8. He 
died on W\ Saints' Day, i November, 
and was buried in the Dean Cemetery, 
Edinburgh, 6 November 1919. 

Philip Gillespie Bainbrigge, 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Lancashire Fusiliers November 
1 91 7 (attachetl NN'elsh Regiment), was 
killed in action 18 September 1918. 

Page 215. — The wife of the Rev. 
William Fletcher, D.D., should read 
Jane Maria, not Hannah Maria Jane. 

\Villiam Arthur de Lannoys Yates 
Bainbrigge died, aged 33, at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, the result of an 
aeroplane accident, 2 .April 1919. 

BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 24.— 
The Hon'''' Julian and Joan Baring- 
Gould have further issue a son, 
Benjamin Gordon Baring-Gould, born 
at Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo, 14 July 
1918. 

Page 26 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page vi.) — Charles Sabine and Agatha 
Mary Baring-Gould have further issue 
a daughter, Caryl Rosemary, born at 
The Cottage, Pine Ridge, Farnham, co. 
Surrey, 7 April, baptised at Tilford 
Mission Church, near Farnham, 5 May 
1919. 

Page 26. — Eleanor Elizabeth, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Charles Baring- 
Gould, died at Crowborough, co. Sussex, 
17 August, and was buried at Marrow, 
CO. Surrey, 21 August 1919. 

BARLOW. Vol. II, page 68.— George 
I'homas Barlow, CLE., Chief Engineer 
and Secretary to the United Provinces 
Government, in the Irrigation Branch of 
the Public Works Department in India, 
died, aged 54, 9 April 1919. 

BARNARD, Vol. 19, page 155.— 
Jessie Beatrice, only daughter of Robert 
Gary Henslow Barnard, was married 
at St. Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, 
India, 30 June 1919, to Major 
Alexander Charles Hooton (Alexandra, 
Princess of Wales' Own\ Yorkshire 
Regiment. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 42.- 
Major-General Nathaniel Walter Bar- 
naidiston, C.B., M.V.O., died at 
Felixstowe, co. Suffi)lk, 18 August, 
and was buried at Great Henny, co. 
Essex, 21 August 1919. 

Page 44. — Major Samuel John 
Harrington Barnardiston, U.S.O., The 
Suffolk Regiment, married at the church 
of St. John and St. Philip, The Hague, 
Holland, 24 May 1919, to Marguerite 
Louise, only daughter of Jonkheer 
Th. H. F. Adrienne van Rienisdyk of 
8 Oranje Straat, The Hague. 

BARNSTON. Vol. 7, page 24.— Mary 
Emma, widow of Major William 
Barnston, died, aged 81, 5 March 19 18. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 15.— Sylvia 
(Jrace, youngest daughter of Sir John 
Wolfe Wolfe-Barry, K.C.B., was married 
at St. Barnabas', Pimlico, London, 6 
June 19 18, to Lieutenant J. Douylas 
Rolls Hoare, elder son of James Rclis 
Hoare of 48 Mount Street, Berkeley 
Square, London. 

BARTLETT. Vol. 5, page 29 {and 
Addenda, I'ol. 14, page Hi.) — The Rev. 
Richard Grosvenor and Evelyn Grace 
Bartelott have further issue a daughter, 
Rosella Mary, born at St. (leorge's 
Vicarage, Fordington, co. Dorset, 
5 August 19 18. 

BATE. Vol. 4, page 174. — Thomas Bate, 
Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers, was 
killed in action 26 March 191 7. 

BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 8.— Ch.irles 
Forbes Battye, Captain Lidian Staff 
Corps, married at Wellington, New 
Zealand, Margaret, daughter of Captain 
J. Le Gassia of Truro, co. Cornwall. 
He died at Bexhill, co. Sussex, 10 
November 1918, and was cremated at 
Golders Green, co. Middlesex. They 
had issue a son, Charles Forbes Battye, 
M.C., Major Royal V\'est Kent Regiment 
(served in European War), married at 
the parish church, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, 13 October 191 9, Sybil Con- 
stance, only daughter of the Rev. Colin 
Grant-Dalton, Rector of Wincanton, co. 
Somerset ; and two daughters, Marmie, 
the younger, was married at the Garrison 
Church, Victoria Barracks, Belfast, 10 
August 1914, to Leslie Grant-Dalion, 
The Dorset Regiment, elder son of the 
Rev. Colin Grant-Dalton. 



BATTYE, cotttinued 

Page 10. — Naomi Wycliffe, youngest 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Legh Rich- 
mond Battye, and widow of Lieut. - 
('olonel Louis Meredith Howard, was 
married 2nd!y at St. Mary's, Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey, 20 December 1918, to 
Richard Loftus Fortier, Lieutenant- 
Commander Royal Naval Reserve, 
eldest son of L. M. Fortier of The 
Gables, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. 

BAZELY. Vol. 16, page 99. — Louisa, 
widow of the Rev. Henry Casson 
Barnes Bazely and 2nd daughter of 
George Wiiliam Boothby {see page i8j), 
died at Eliot Vale Cottage, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, 23 May, and was buried in 
St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford, 31 
May 1918. 

George Henry Boothby Bazely married 
at St. George's, Paris, 19 May 1919, 
Renee Marguerite Viv^ of Be.sancon, 
France. 

BEAZLEY. \'o\. 10, page 147 {and 
Addenda, I'ol iS, page viii.) — Hugh 
Loveday Beazley, Captain General 
List, and Beatrice Constance his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Susan 
Constance Loveday, born at Oxted, co. 
Surrey, 28 August, baptised at St. Mary- 
the -Virgin's, Oxted, 27 October igi8. 

BELLASIS Vol. 2, page 62. — Marie 
Sophie, wife of William Dalglish- 
Bellasis, died at Sundorne Castle, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 6 September, 
and was buried at Acton Burnell, co. 
Salop, 9 September 19 19. 

BENDALL. Vol. 15, page 44. — Caroline 
Agnes, wife of Ernest Alfred Bendall, 
M.V.O., died 11 September, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 16 September 191 S. 

BENSON. Vol. 5, page 122.— Mary, 
widow of the Most Rev. Edward White 
Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
died, aged 77, at Tremans, Horsted 
Keynes, co. Sussex, 16 June, and was 
buried in .\ddington Ciiurchyard, co. 
Surrey, 20 June 1918. 

BEN YON. Vol. 15, page 121.— Dame 
Edith Isabel, G.B.E., wife of James 
Herbert Benyon, died at Englefield 
House, CO. Berks, 28 March, and was 
buried at Englefield i x-Vpril 1919. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 114. 
Blanf-he Vere, Countess of Bessborough, 
died at Bessborough, co. Kilkenny, 11 
October, and was buried at Pilltown, 
CO. Kilkenny, 15 October 1919. 

Page 115. — Michael Henry Ponsonby, 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, served in 
the European War, and died of wounds 
received in action, aged 22, 27 August 
1918. 

Page 116 {afid Addenda, Vol. /j, 
page iv.) — Julia Winifred Maitland 
(Sheila), wife of George Arthur 
Ponsonby, died at 14 Montpelier 
Square, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
23 November 1918. 

The Hon"' Arthur Comwallis 
Ponsonby died, aged 62, at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 25 April, and was buried 
there 29 April 1918 ; having married, 
17 August 1892, Kathleen Evelyn, 
daughter of Henry Sillery. 

Page 116 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page via.) — Vere Brabazon, Viscount 
Duncannon and Roberte his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, born at 22 
Portland Place, Marylebone, London, 
2 March, baptised at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 10 May 191 8. 

Page 116 (and Addenda, Vol. IJ, 
page iv.) — Rita Narcissa, widow of 
Major the Hon'''^ Cyril Myles Brabazon 
Ponsonby, was married 2ndly at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
I January 19 18, to Neville Alfred 
Cyril Flower, youngest son of Arthur 
Flower. 

BICKNELL. Vol. 17, page 37.— 
Matilda Annette, wife of Cecil Dermer 
Bicknell, died at Paignton, co. Devon, 
10 April 1918. 

Page 39. — Major Henry Percy Frank 
Bicknell, D.S.O. (The Duke of Cam- 
bridge's Own), Middlesex Regiment, 
married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
London, 7 August 191 9, Dorothy May 
Cotterill. 

Page 45. — The Rev. Clarence Bicknell 
died, aged 75, at Casa Fotanalba, 
Tenda, Italy, 77 July 19 18. 

BINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 30.— Esme 
Lyle, only daughter of Lieut.- Colonel 
Sir Albert Edward Bingham, Baronet, 
was married at Babworth, co. Notting- 
ham, II April 1918, to Major Pierre 
Elliot Inchbald, M.C., Royal Field 
Artillery. 



BLACKBURNE. Vol. 10, page 144.— 
John Ireland Blackburne married at 
Kainhill, co. Lancaster, 30 October 
1919, Editha Marjorie, only daughter 
of H. y. Bromilow of Rami Lea, 
Rainhill." 

BLUMER. Vol. 9, page 76.— John 
George Blumer died at Sierra Madre, 
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 24 
December 19 18. 

BLUMER. Vol. 12, page 175.— Ethel 
May, 5th daLigliler of Luke Blumer of 
Hunter's Hill, New South Walts, wjis 
married at All Souls', Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 12 August 19 19, to Major 
Leslie Ellis Beavis, Australian Artillery. 

BODINGTON. Vol. 17, page 132.— The 
Rev. Charles Bodington died, aged 81, 
at The Close, Lichfield, co. Stafford, 
23 November 19 18. 

BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 67.— John 
Scobell Boissier, Captain Oxfordshire 
and Buckingliainsliire Light Infantry, 
married at The Priory, Christchurch, co. 
Hants, 20 June 1918, Margery Gordon, 
only daughter of Thomas J. St. Albans 
Campbell of Ardnaree, Belle Vue Road, 
Southbourne, co. Hants. They have 
issue a son, Denis Ian Campbell 
Boisser, born at Wood House, Heath- 
field Road, Birmingham, 26 July 1919, 
baptised at the old church, Handsworth, 
CO. Stafford, 31 August 1919. 

BOLTON Vol. 19, page 12.— The Rev. 
Charles Nelson Bolton died, aged 73, at 
Lichfield, co. Stafford, 10 March 1918. 

BOOTHBY, Vol. 16, page 183.— Louisa, 
2nd daughter of George William 
Boothby and widow of the Rev. Henry 
Casson Barnes Bazely {see page gg), died 
at Eliot Vale Cottage, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 23 May, and was buried in St. 
Sepulchre's Cemeterv, Oxford, 31 May 
1918. 

BOUGHEY. Vol. 18, page loi.— The 
Rev. Percy Fletcher and Elsie le Strange 
Boughey have further issue a daughter, 
born at Narborough House, Narborough, 
CO. Norfolk, 5 March 19 19. 

George Menteth and Noel Evelyn 
Boughey have further issue a son, 
born at Tillingdown, Caterham Valley, 
CO. Surrey, 22 March 1919. 



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ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



BOUGHEY, continued. 

Page 103. — John Fletcher Boughey, 
Private 3/4 The Queen's (Royal West 
Surrey Regiment), officially reported 
killed in Flanders, aged 35, 4 October 
1917. 

Anchitel Edward Fletcher Boughey, 
Lieutenant The Rifle Brigade, was 
drowned at sea, aged 26, 10 October 
1918. 

BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Arthur Hautayne Bowring, 
R.F.A., married Lorna, daughter of 
Brigadier-General Sir Robert Augustus 
William (JoUeton, Baronet, C.B. He 
died, aged 48, at the Military Hospital, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 14 September, 
and was buried in Colchester Cemetery 
17 September 1919. 

Page 3 {and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page vii.) — Charles Calvert and Ethel 
Dorothy Bowring, have further issue a 
daughter, Margaret Eleanor, born at 
Nairobi, British East Africa, 6 M;iy 
1919. 

BOYD. Vol. 8, page 162.— William Boyd, 
son of the Veni"'' William Boyd, died, 
aged 79, at Benton House, Chelten- 
ham, CO. Gloucester, 19 May, and 
was buried at Leckhampton, co. 
Gloucester, 22 May 19 19. 

BRADLEY. Vol. 10, page 82.— Micah 
Gedling Bradley died, aged 76, at West 
Lodge, Mansfield, co. Nottingham, 27 
January 191 1. Fanny Lake, his widow, 
died, aged 75, at The Pines, Mansfield, 
2 2 March 1919. 

BRADNEY. Vol. i, page 3. — Ne.st, 
younger daughter of Colonel Joseph 
Alfred Bradney, C. B., was married 
at The Oratory, Brompton, co. Middle- 
sex, 8 May 1919, to Lieut. -Colonel 
Christopher Robert Berkeley, C. M.G., 
D.S.O., O.B.E., Welsh Regiment, son 
of Major H. W. Berkeley of Fieldgate 
House, Kenilworth, co. Warwick. 

BRANFILL. Vol. 17, page 90.— Major 
Champion Andrew Branfill, M.C., 
Derbyshire Yeomanry, married at the 
parish church, Nurney, co. Carlow, 
19 June 1919, Helen Violet, only 
daughter of Captain William B. Forbes, 
R.N., at Rathwade, Bagenalstown, co. 
Carlow. 



BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 60.— Thomas, 
Earl Brassey, died, aged 82, at 24 Park 
l^ane, London, 23 February, and was 
buried at Catsfield, co. Sussex, 27 
February 1918. Will (with six codicils) 
dated 16 December 19 14, proved in 
the Principal Registry 21 November 
19 1 8, by Thomas AUnutt, Earl Brassey, 
son. Major Henry Leonard Campbell 
Brassey, RLP., nephew, and George 
Alfred Sainte Croix Rose. 

Page 61. — Thomas Allnutt, Earl 
Brassey, died at 32 Ashley Gardens, 
Westminster, 12 November, and was 
buried at Catsfield 16 November 19 19. 

Page 62. — Lieut. -Colonel Albert 
Brassey died, aged 73, at Heythrop 
Park, Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, 
7 January, and was buried at Heythrop 
10 January 1918. Will (with four 
codicils) dated 6 November 1913, 
proved in the Principal Registry 22 
August 1918, by Captain Robert 
Bingham Brassey, son. Major Henry 
Leonard Campbell Brassey, nephew, 
Major Denis St. (George Daly, son-in-law, 
and Major Richard Alexander Scott. 

Page 65. — Violet Edith, wife of 
Robert Bingham Brassey, M.P., and 
younger daughter of Armar Heniy 
Lowry-Corry {see " Visitation of Ireland, 
Vol. I, page 4), died at Heythrop, 
CO. Oxford, 9 March, and was buried at 
Heythrop 13 March 19 19. 

Page 66. — Gerard Charles Brassey, 
2nd Lieutenant, was killed in action, 
aged 19, 27 August 19 18. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 13, page tz {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xiv.) — Clement 
James and Ruth Amelia Briggs Brewster 
have issue a son, born at 27 Claverley 
Grove, Finchley, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 24 February 1918. 

BRINE. Vol. 4, page 21. — Everard 
Lindesay Brine, Lieutenant Hampshire 
Regiment, died, aged 27, 24 September 
1918. 

BROADBENT. Vol. 17, page 140.— 
Major Edgar Richard Broadbent, M.C., 
8th Hussars, died, while on leave from 
France, 31 October, and was buried in 
Paddington Cemetery, Willesden Lane, 
CO. Middlesex, 7 November 1918. 

BROADLEY. Vol. 8, page 87.— Robert 
Broadley died, aged 69, 25 May, and 
was buried in Putney Vale Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 28 May 1918. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 141.— 
Thomas Brocklebank died, aged 77, at 
Wateringbury Place, co. Kent, 16 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried at Smithdown 
Road Cemetery, Liverpool, 21 February 
1919. 

BROMLEY. Vol. j, page 137.— Clara, 
youngest daughter of Joseph Robarts 
Bromley, was married at Wokingham, 
CO. Berks, 20 August 19 19, to Charles 
Goodricke Garrard, youngest son of 
the Rev. Samuel Garrard of Salford 
Lodge, Malvern, co. Worcester. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 74.— Mabel 
Acton, younger daughter of John 
Kendall Brooke, died, aged 30, at 
Catterick, co. York, 31 October 19 17. 

Page 80. — John Arthur Brooke was 
created a Baronet 12 August 19 19. 

Page 80 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, 
page via.) — Major Robert Weston 
Brooke, D.S.O., M.C., and Margery 
Jean his wife, have further issue a son, 
John Weston Brooke, born at Fearn 
Lodge, Ardgay, co. Ross, 26 September 
191 1 ; and two daughters, Edith Frances 
{see Addenda, Vol. ig, page xv.), and 
Hazel Mary, born at Midfearn Cottage, 
Ardgay, 16 June 1918, baptised privately 
at Fearn Lodge. 

BROOKS. Vol. 12, page 98.— Robert 
Brooks died, aged 73, at Mistley, co. 
Essex, 26 September, and was buried 
in the Old Church Towers, Mistley, 
I October 19 19. 

Page 99. — Charlotte, 2nd daughter of 
William Brooks, died, aged 69, at 
Mistley 28 September, and was buried 
in the Old Church Towers, Mistley, 
1 October 1919. 

Mary Jane, wife of Joseph Berry 
Brooks, died at 29 Maldon Road, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 4 August, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Colchester 
7 August 1919. 

BROWN. Vol. I, page 52. — Colonel 
Richard Sneade Brown, V.D., died, 
aged 65, at Worthing, co. Sussex, 17 
April 1917. 

BROWN. Vol. 2, page 25. — Catherine 
Fanny, widow of the Rev. Lionel 
Edward Darell-Brown, died, aged 82, at 
22 Queensberry Place, South Kensing- 
ton, London, 22 April, and was buried 
at Welland, co. Worcester, 25 April 
1919. 



BURKE. Vol. 3, page 44. — Major 
Hubert Francis and Jane Burke have 
issue a son, born at 119 \\ estbourne 
'lerrace, Paddingon, London, on 
Sunday, 2 June 1918. 

Page 45.— John Addison Burke, 
formerly Captain ist Battalion Royal 
Scots, of Bay House, .Sandgale, co. 
Kent, married at Holy Trinity, Folke- 
stone, CO. Kent, 7 August 1919, Dorothy 
Malsor, daughter of Captain F. Garratt, 
Royal Army Veterinary Corps, of 
St. David's, 60 Shorncliffe Road, 
Folkestone. 

BURN. Vol. 17, page 195. — Frank 
Russell Burn died, aged 59, at Pelmuir 
Cottage, St. Andrew's, co. F'ife, 
8 September 1917. 

BURROUGHES. Vol. 19, page 15.— 
Caroline, widow of the Rev. Robert 
Burroughes, died at Hurley House, 
Colwall, CO. Hereford, 26 April 
1918. 

BURY. Vol. 9, page : 16. —The Rev. 
William Edward Bury died, aged 
72, at the Rectory, Screveton, co. 
Nottingham, 2 December, and was 
buried at Screveton 6 December 
1918. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 75.— The Rev. 
Thomas Cromwell Bush died, aged 68, 
at Cample Haye, Tavistock, co. Devon, 
4 March, and was buried at Callington, 
CO. Cornwall, 6 March 1919. 

Page 77. — Reynell Owen Cromwell 
Bush, Captain Royal Dublin Fusiliers 
and of the Royal Air Force, married at 
St. Barnabas', Pimlico, London, 27 
November 191 8, Mary Eleanor, only 
daughter of H. J. Marston of Rock 
Ferry, co. Chester. 

CARBONELL. Vol. 18, page 155.— 
I'he Rev. Francis Rohde Carbonell 
died at Worcester House, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 27 May, and was buried 
at Fairford, co. Gloucester, 30 May 
19 1 9. Will proved in the Principal 
Registry in August 19 19. 

Page 156.— Lestock Sydney Carbonell 
married at the Cathedral, Bombay, 
India, 31 July 1919, Judith, elder 
daughter of Colonel Arthur William 
Capel, 1 2th Bengal Cavalry. 



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ADDITIONS 6^• CORRECTIONS. 



CARLYON. Vol. 2, page 114.— Ellen, 
only daughter of the Rev. Thomas 
Stackhouse Carlyon, died, aged 85, at 
4 Manvers Street, Bath, co. Somerset, 
8 October, and was buried in St. 
James' Cemetery, Hath, 12 October 
1918. 

Page 116. — Jessie, 4th daughter of 
the Rev. I'^dward Carlyon, died, aged 
79, at Shellbrook, Brunstead Road, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 7 March 
1919. 

The Rev. Henry Chichele Carlyon, 
M.A. from Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, a Missionary at Rohtak, 
Punjab, India, died there, aged 70, 
6 April 19 19. 

CARR. Vol. 7, page 126. — Francis 
Culling Carr-Gomm, Madras Civil 
Service, J. P. and D.L. for co. Buckingham, 
died, aged 84, at The Chase, Farnham 
Royal, CO. Buckingham, 12 January, 
and was buried at Farnham Royr.l 
16 January 19 19. 

Page 127 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xvii.) — Mark Culling Carr-Gomm, 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers, and Amicia 
Dorothy his wife, have issue a son, 
born at St. Michael's, Seaford, co. 
Sussex, 29 September 19 18. 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 161 
{and Addenda, Vol. ig, page xvii.) — 
Lieut.-Colonel Henry Arbuthnot Carr, 
D.S.O.,and Elsie Pearson his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Sylvia Caroline, 
born at 9 Mandeville Place, Wigmore 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, 13 
February, baptised at the (Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London, 2 March 191 9. 

Oswald Fenwicke Clennell Carr- 
Ellison, Lieutenant Northumberland 
Fusiliers, was killed in action, aged 23, 
4 October 1918. 

Page 162. — Alice Agatha, wife 
of the Rev. Charles Ridley Carr, 
died at Exmouth, co. Devon, 2 May 
1919. 

Page 165. — Mansel Frederick Carr 
died, aged 62, at 63 Shooter's Hill 
Road, Blackheath, co. Kent, 12 
November, and was buried at St. 
John's, Blackheath, 16 November 
1918. 

Victor Francis Carr, Captain Royal 
Garrison Artillery, was killed in action 
near Givenchy, France, aged 31, 
21 May 1918. 



CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 44. — Helen 
Batho, 2nd daughter of Sidney Castle, 
was married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, 2 June 1919, to Dr. Everett 
Colgate Jessup of Brooklyn, New York, 
U.S.A. 

Page 44 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page a.) — Mary Batho, 3rd daughter 
of Sidney Castle, was married at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 19 Septem- 
ber 1918, to Percy Frederick Turner, 
4th son of W. H. Turner of Merlebank, 
Weybridge, co. Surrey. 

CATOR. Vol. 5, page 56.— Vera Muriel, 
only child of Frederick Edward Thomas 
Lumley Cator, was married at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, i March 
1919, to Leonard Basil Loder Corfe of 
Saints Hill, Penshurst, co. Kent. 

Page 57. — The Rev. William Lumley 
Bertie Cator died, aged 84, at Eakring, 
CO. Nottingham, 23 January 1919. 

CAUDLE. Vol. 8, page 121.— Evelyn 
Blanche, younger daughter of Dr. 
Charles Edward Caudle, was married at 
Roorkhee, North-West Provinces, India, 
15 January 19 19, to Major Cyril N. 
Steel, Indian Army, 2nd in Command 
141st Bikanir Infantry. 

Howard Charles Robert Caudle, 
Captain Royal Garrison Artillery, 
married at Mussoorie, North-West 
Provincies, India, 2 August 1917, Doris, 
only daughter of Major Harry Graham 
Marsh, formerly of the 19th Hussars 
{see Vol. 4, page 7.) 

CAVE -BROWNE -CAVE. Vol. n, 
page 157. — Lieut.-Colonel Thomas 
Reginald Cave-Browne-Cave married at 
St. Peter's, Clapham, co. Surrey, 8 June 

19 1 8, Marjorie Gwynne Wright. 

Page 160. — Cornelia Maria, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Henry Cave- 
Browne - Cave, was married at St. 
Cyprian's, Dorset Square, St. Maryle- 
bone, London, 28 August 1919, to 
Thomas CoUett. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i {see Addenda, Vol. 
ly, page ix. — Cora Grace Graham, widow 
of Godfrey Lionel John Cavendish {see 
page ijj), was married at the Oratory, 
Brompton, co. Middlesex, 24 September 

19 19, to her cousin, Douglas M. Hors- 
ford, Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, only 
surviving son of Colonel Horsford of 
Bosvathick, Penryn, co. Cornwall. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



IX 



CAVENDISH, continued. 

Page 134 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xix.^ — Alwyn Lionel Conipton and 
Muriel Cecil Harriett Cavendish have 
issue a son, born at 4 Cliveden Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 29 May 1919. 

CAZALET. Vol. ig, page 2.— Elfiida 
Mary, 2nd daughter of William Cleuient 
Cazalet, was married at Isfield, co. Sussex, 
12 June 191 7, to Seymour Uuvvin Saule/., 
son of the Rev. George Alfred Frederick 
Saulez, Rector of Exton, co. Hants. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 61.— Fanny Eliza- 
beth, widow of Robert l^ucas Chance, 
died, aged 91, i December 19 18. 

Page 63. — Lucy Lsabella Harrington, 
wife of Ernest Chance, died at Burghfield, 
CO. Berks, 12 February 19 19. 

Addenda, Vol. 7, page it. — Eustace 
George St. Clair Chance, 2nd Lieutenant 
Coldstream Guards, youngest son of 
George Ferguson Chance (see page 66), 
was killed in action, aged 19. in France, 
27 September 1918. 

Page 68. — Lieut. Colonel Edward 
Seton Chance, Dragoon Guards, 
attached to Leicestershire Regiment, 
served in the European War from 
August 1914, severely wounded at Nery, 
France, September 1914 ; killed in 
action at Rosnay, France, aged 36, 
29 May 1918. 

Robert Christopher Chance married 
at St. James', Paddington, London, 
26 September 1918, Marjorie Winifred, 
younger daughter of W. G. Bradshaw of 
Down Park, Crawley Down, co. Sussex. 

Page 69. — Amy Letitia, eldest 
daughter of Henry Chance, and widow 
of George Herbert Lloyd, died at 

5 Southdown House, F^astbourne, co. 
Sussex, I January 19 18. 

CHASE. Vol. 5, page 76.— Mary Evelyn, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. Charles 
Frederic Chase, died, aged 63, at 
98 Clarence Gate Gardens, Regent's 
Park, London, 2 May, and was buried 

6 May 1918. 

CHEVALLIER. Page 9 of present 
volume. — Janet t'velyn, younger daugh- 
ter of Captain Barrington Henry 
Chevallier, R.N., was married at Great 
Bealings, co. Suffolk, 2 September 1919, 
to Captain Eric E. A. Whitworth, M.C., 
3rd son of the Rev. William Allen U'hit- 
worth, Vicar of All Saints', Margaret 
Street, St. Marylebone, London. 



CHISENHALE- MARSH. Vol. 4, 
page 7. — Major Harry Graham and 
Violet Marsh have further issue a 
daughter, Doris, married at Mussoorie, 
North -West Provinces, India, 2 .August 

1917, Howard Charles Robert Caudle, 
only son of Charles Edward Caudle 
{see Vol. 8, page 121). 

Philip Everard Graham Marsh, M.C., 
Captain Royal Arrny Service Corps 
(attached Royal Air Force), of Wethers- 
field, CO. Essex, married at .St. Peter's, 
Bayswater, London, 18 April 1918, 
Eileen Ruth, youngest daughter of 
Cieorge Cam[)l)ell Maconchy, of the 
Public Works Department, Bengal, India. 

Captain Atherton Harold Chisenhale- 
Marsh was killed in action, aged 35, 
28 September 19 18. 

CLAY. Vol. I, page 68. — Mary, wife of 
William Clay, was daughter of Joseph 
\not John] Travis. 

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William 
Cl.LV and widow of William Lucas, 
died at Hitchin, co. Hertford, 29 
January, and was burie>l in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Hitchin, 2 F'cbruary 
1898. 

John William Clay died, aged 80, at 
Rastrick House, co. York, 2 October, 
and was buried at Rastrick 5 October 

1918. Will dated 29 April 1918, proved 
at Wakefield 28 November 1918. 

Page 68 {and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page X.) — Lionel Pilleau Clay, Captain 
Yorkshire Dragoons Yeomanry, and 
Mary Winifred Muriel his wife, had 
further issue a son, John lionel Clay, 
born at Scotnish, Lochgilphead, co. 
Argyle, 31 January 1918. Captain Clay 
was killed, aged 37, on active service at 
Templeur-la- Fosse 18 February 1918, 
and was buried at Tincourt. 

Page 69. — Arthur I'ravis Clay died, 
aged 74, in London 16 October, and 
was buried at F'iley, co. York, 18 
October 1919. 

Jane Katherine, youngest daughter 
of Joseph Travis Clay, died, aged 69, 
at Halifax, co. York, 21 February, 
and was buried at Rastrick 26 February 
1919. 

Page 69 (and Addenda, Vol. ij, page 
via.) — Percival Travis and Elsie Clay 
have issue two daughters, Edith 
Margaret, born at Burley-in-Wharfedale, 
CO. York, 23 February 19 10 ; and 
Rachel Mary, born at Pickering, co. 
York, 1 1 August 191 2. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



CLAY, continued. 

Page 70. — Edith Mary, 2nd daughter 
of William Clay and wife of the Rev. 
Algernon Charles Edward Thorold, 
died in London 18 February 1909, and 
was buried at Hougham, co. Lincoln. 

James Smith Hepburn died at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 28 February, and 
was buried in Ladywell Cemetery, 
Lewisham, co. Kent, 4 March 1905. 

Edward Hugh Norris Wilde was 
born at 6 Blandford Square, London, 
31 March 1880. 

Page 70 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xvii.) — Constance Mary, wife of 
William Henry Christy Clay, was born 
at Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 18 May 
1 88 1. Their younger daughter, Joan 
Hilary [see Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xix.) has the additional name of 
Christy. 

CLAY. — Vol. 14, page 83. — Mariana Emily, 
Lady Haliburton (born 14 January 
1833), died at 57 Lowndes Squa'v, 
Westminster, 12 March, and was buried 
in Brompton Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
18 March 1919. 

Page 84. — Lilian Caroline Georgina, 
eldest daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Sir 
George Clay, Baronet, died, aged 48, at 
Woolacombe, co. Devon, 16 May 19 18. 

COBBOLD. Page 23 of present volume. 
Maud Chevallier, 3rd daughter of 
Henry Montagu Chevallier Cobbold, 
was married at Holy Trinity, Folkestone, 
CO. Kent, 2 April 1919, to Captain Ivor 
Hare, South Staffordshire Regiment. 

Violet Chevallier, youngest daughter 
of Henry Montagu Chevallier Cobbold, 
died, aged 27, at St. Antony's, Sher- 
borne, CO. Dorset, 14 .\ugust 1919. 

John Murray Cobbold, Captain Scots 
Guards, married at the Guards' Chapel, 
Wellington Barracks, London, 30 April 
1919, Lady Blanche Catherine (Caven- 
dish), 2nd daughter of Victor Christian 
William, Duke of Devonshire, K.G. {see 
Vol. 16, page 162). 

Page 31. — Lucas Temple Cobbold 
died, aged 63, at the Manor House, 
Oulton, CO. Suffolk, 19 August, and was 
buried at Oulton 22 August 1919. 

COCKERELL. Vol. 10, page 40.— 
William Acland Cockerell, died, aged 78, 
at 24 Old Court Mansions, Kensington, 
London, 12 April 1919. His wife, 
Sidney Ada, died at the same place, 
aged 66, 16 February igi8. 



CODRINGTON. Vol. 16, page 27.— 
Colonel Harry de Burgh Codrington, 
Deputy Director of Transport, Army 
Headquarters, India, married 2ndly at 
the Cathedral, Bombay, 9 J.Tiiuary 1919, 
Edith Mary, elder daughter of Thomas 
Monck-Mason of the Bombay Civil 
Service. 

COLE. Vol. I, page 12. — Emelyn Mary, 
2nd daughter of William Cole Cole, 
died at 8 Louisa Terrace, Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, 27 June, and was buried at 
Littleham, co. Devon, 30 June 1917. 

Emily Rosa, widow of the Rev. 
William Alston Cole, died at Exmouth, 
20 July, and was buried at Sowton, 
CO. Devon, 24 July 1917. 

COLLIER. Vol. 3, page 74.— The Rev. 
Henry Nicholas Collier died, aged 86, 
at Fairlight, Southborough, co. Kent, 
19 December, and was buried in 
Southborough Cemetery 23 December 
1918. 

Page 74 (and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page XX.) — Cecil Massy and Elsie 
Emmoline Collier of Brampton, South- 
borough, have further issue a son, 
Donald Robert Leslie Massy Collier, 
born at Fairlight, Southborough, 30 
March 1915, baptised at Hunstanton, 
CO. Norfolk. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4 {■iee Addenda, Vol. ti, 
page V.) — John Ferdinando Collins, 
2nd Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps, 
only son of Henry John Collins (see 
page 114), was killed in action, aged 19, 
28 March 1918. 

Page 1 1 5 (and Addenda, Vol. 77, 
page xi.) — Major Lionel Peter Collins, 
D.S.O., I /4th Gurkhas, and Isabel 
Gladys Lysaght his wife, have further 
issue a son, born at Quetta, India, 13 
November 191S. 

COLLYER. Vol. 9, page 18.— Helen 
Jane, wife of John Monsey Collyer, 
died, aged 70, at Toddington, co. 
Gloucester, 12 May, and was buried 
there 16 May 19 19. 

Page 18 (and Addenda, Vol. 16, page 
xii.) — Roger Messenger Monsey Collyer, 
Commander Royal Naval Reserve, and 
Maud Winifred his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, Winifred Noel, bom 
at Hack ford Hall, Norwich, 11 Septem- 
ber, baptised at Hackford 10 October 
1918. 



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COLLYER, continued. 

Page 19. — Hugh Nathaniel Collyer, 
Captain The Worcestershire Regiment, 
married at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
20 November 1918, Lilian Margaret, 
daughter of Thomas VVatkin Williams. 

COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 143.— Geoffrey 
Russell Rees Colman, Captain Rifle 
Brigade, married at St. Peter's, Babra- 
liam, CO. Cambridge, 25 P'ebruary 191 9, 
lattice Elizabeth Evelyn, 4th daughter 
of Charles Robert Whorwood Adeane 
of Babraham. 



COLMAN. Vol. 9, page 7.— Douglas 
Allen Colman, Lieutenant Canadian 
Infantry, was killed in action 29 
September 19 18. 

COLYER. Vol. 13, page 50. — May 
Constance Lilian, younger daughter of 
Arthur Henry Colyer, died, aged 29, 
2 May 1 9 18. 

COLYER - FERGUSSON. Vol. 4, 
page 128. — William Porteous Colyer- 
Fergusson, married at Woodford, co. 
Chester, 4 June 1919, Doris Dunstan, 
daughter of William Dunstan Ford- 
Smith of Deanwater, Woodford. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 150.— Helen 
Muriel, youngest daughter of George 
Comber, was married at Toft, co. 
Chester, 15 June 19 18, to Cyril 
Whichelo Bower, Lieutenant Royal 
Navy, son of Theodore Herbert Bower 
of Farnborough, co. Kent. 

COMBER. Vol. 14, page 22.— Mary 
Phayre, widow of General Augustus 
Kirkwood Comber, died, aged 80, at 
St. James' Lodge, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
8 May, and was buried in Richmond 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 12 May 191 7. 

Page 23. — Julia Emma McDermott, 
widow of Captain George Mervyn 
Comber, R.N., died at Imperial Square, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 19 March 
1919. 

COMBER. Vol. 16, page Tj.— Edith 
Dennett, 4th daughter of Thomas 
Denison Comber, died 6 April, and 
was buried at St. John's, Wembley, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 April 19 18. 



COMBERMERE. Vol. 18, page 24..— 
Jane Primrose, Viscountess Hood, died, 
aged 37, at 19 Upper Berkeley Street, 
Marylebone, London, 5 March, and 
was buried at Barton Seagrave, co. 
Northampton, 11 March 1919. 

CONDER. Vol. I, page 18 {and Addenda, 
Vol. ig), pa^e x.xiii.) — Edward Conder, 
M.C., Captain Gloucestershire Regiment, 
and Madeline (jrace his wife, have issue 
a son, Edward (,'onder, born at Conigree 
Court, Newent, co. (iloucester, 27 July, 
baptised at Newent 31 August 1918. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 18. — Caroline Mary, 
2nd daughter of Edward Coode, died at 
Polgray, St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 27 
July, and was buried at St. Austell 
30 July 19 18. 

Page 18 (and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xi.) — Major Cuthbert Harold 
Coode, Royal .Marine Light Infantry, 
and Lucy Edith Howard -Stafford his 
wife, have further issue a daughter, 
born at Thornbury, Crowthorne, co. 
Berks, 11 September 191S, baptised at 
Stonehouse, Plymouth, co. Devon. 

Page 18 {and Addenda, Vol. JQ, 
page xxiii.) — .Major Donald Russell 
and .A.lexa Coode have issue a son, 
born at The Laburnums, Pitchcombe, 
CO. Gloucester, 30 May 1919. 

COODE. Vol. II, page 114. — Maurice 
William Coode married at St. .Andrew's, 
Nottingham, 22 July 1919, Winifred 
Florence, elder daughter of Samuel 
Settle of Mapperley Road, Nottingham. 

COODE. Vol. 12, page 146. — Frederick 
Trevenen Coode, District Superintendent 
of Police, died at Wardha, Central 
Provinces, India, 30 November 19 18. 

Page 147. — Captain Charles Penrose 
Rushton Coode, C.B., D.S.O., R.N., 
and Noel his wife, have further issue a 
daughter, born at Holt Bank, Alverstoke, 
CO. Hants, 19 June 1918. 

CORDER. Vol. 19, page 135.— James 
Corder's first wife Elizabeth was sister 
of Thomas and Mary Catchpool [not 
daughter] as stated. 

Page 142. — Terence Spence Corder, 
Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, 
married at St. George's, Jesmond, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 
18 .\pril 1 9 18, Eileen Nelly, only 
daughter of Arthur Cooke of The 
Limes, Daybrook, co. Nottingham. 



xu 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



COURTENAY. Vol. 14, page 76.— 
Brigadier-General Edward Reginald 
Courtenay, C.B., C.M.G., died at 7 
Eaton Terrace, London, 29 March, and 
was buried at Powderham, co. Devon, 

2 April 19 19. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35. — Major .Algernon 
Tudor Craig was created a Knight 
Commander of the Order of the British 
Empire 9 January 1919, having been 
previously appointed a Commander of 
the Orders June 19 18. 

CRAIG. Vol. 6, page 146.— The Rev. 
William Alban Cunningham Craig 
married at St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, 
London, 6 August 19 19, Emily Lucy, 
2nd daughter of H. C. F. Eversfield of 
Cowcross Street, West Smithfield, 
London. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 97.— 
Anne Frederica, elder daughter of the 
Rev. Edward Gurdon, died in London 

3 October, and was buried in Brookwo 1 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 8 October 1918. 

CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9.— Robert 
Payne Crawfurd died, aged 61, at 
Baidland, Seaford, co. Sussex, i Septem- 
ber, and was buried in the new 
cemetery at East Grinstead, co. Sussex, 
5 September 19 19. 

CREMER. Vol. 9, page 80 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page x.) — Francis 
Woodrow and Fanny Georgina Cremer 
have issue a daughter, Phyllis Mary, born 
7 June 1905 ; a son, Thomas Edmund 
Cremer, born 8 January 191 2; and a 
daughter, Diana, born 19 January 1916. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 75.— Sydney 
Bush Cripps died at Meadowcroft, 
Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, 25 
October, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Beaconsfield 28 October 1918. 

Page 76. — Sybil Annie Owen, 3rd 
daughter of Percy Rowland Cripps, was 
married at St. Paul's, Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, 7 May 1919, to Henry Martin 
Shingleton Smith of St. Lucia, West 
Indies, eldest son of Dr. Shingleton 
Smith of Deepholme, Clifton. 

CRISP. Vol. 13, page 119. — Reginald 
Crisp, 2nd Lieutenant The Buffs, was 
killed in action, aged 25, in France, 
29 March 1918, after 3 years and 
7 months active service, including 
Mesopotamia and France. 



CRISP, continued. 

Page 120. — Marian, youngest daughter 
of Frederick Augustus Crisp, and wife of 
Arthur Rust Hunt {see Vol. 11, page loj), 
died at the Manor House, Culpho, 
CO. Suffolk, 12 November, and was 
buried at Culpho t6 November 1918. 

CRISP. Vol. 18, page 204. — Sir Fiank 
Crisp, Baronet, died, aged 76, at Friar 
Park. Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford, 
29 April, and was buried at Henley-on- 
Thames 3 May 1919. 

CROSS. Vol. 19, page 191. — William 
(iowen and Edith Lilian Cross have 
issue a son, William Gowen Cross, born 
at Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 21 September, 
baptised at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 19 
October 19 19. 

Page 194. — Ernest Llewellyn Cross, 
a Corporal in the t 7th Battalion The 
Mancliester Regiment, was killed in 
action in France 21 March 19 18. 

CnOWFOOT. Vol. I, page 26.— William 
Miller Crowfoot, M.B., F.R.C.S., J. P., 
died, aged So, at Blybargate House, 
Beccles, CO. Suffolk, 6 April 1918. 

CRUWYS. Vol. 7, page 25.— Mary Helen, 
widow of George James Cruwys, died, 
.iged 71, at Cruwys Morchard House, 
CO. Devon, 18 February 19 19. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 23. — Colonel 
Rowland John Beech of Brandon Hall, 
Coventry, co. Warwick, and The Shawe, 
Cheadle, co. Stattbrd, 2nd Life Guards, 
(son of James Beech), died at Folke- 
stone, CO. Kent, 30 August, and was 
buried at Kingsley, co. Stafford, 4 
September 19 19. 

Ernest Capel and Frances Margaret 
Cure were married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 4 November 
1885. Their younger daughter, Sylvia 
Capel, was married at St. Augustine's, 
Queen's (iate, .South Kensington, 
London, 14 January 1918, to G. R. Y. 
Radcliffe, youngest son of His Honour 
Francis Reynolds Yonge Radcliffe, K.C., 
J. P., of The Rise, Headington Hill, 
Oxford, Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's 
Inn ; Captain General Staff. 

DALE. Vol. 14, page 43. — Robert 
Jacomb Norris Dale, Lieutenant 
Manchester Regiment, attached to 
Royal Flying Corps, was killed in 
action, aged 33, 31 January 19 18. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



DALE, continued. 

Page 47. — The Rev. Clement 
Pelham Dale, Vicar of Ileadcorn, co. 
Kent, married at St. Mary's, Dover, 
CO. Kent, 25 June 19 19, Elsie Rammell, 
younger daughter of Frank William 
Cooper, F. R.C.S., L. R.C.I'., formerly of 
Gainsborough House, Leytonstone, co. 
Essex. 

Page 48. — Cecil Clare Marston Dale 
died, aged 75, at Sussex Lodge, Sidcup, 
CO. Kent, 10 December, and was buried 
in Shooter's Hill Cemetery, co. Kent, 
13 December 19 18. 

The Rev. Reginald Francis Dale 
died, aged 74, at 12 Bradmore Road, 
Oxford, 14 November 1919. 

D'ARCY. Vol. 9, page 176.— William 
Francis D'Arcy died at Exmouth, 
CO. Devon, 11 October 19 19. 

DARELL. Vol. 16, page 66.— Sir Lionel 
Edward Darell, Baronet, died, aged 73, 
1 7 February, and was buried at Fretherne, 
CO. Gloucester, 20 February 1919. 

Page 67. — Florence Mary, youngest 
daughter of Edward Tierney Gillkrest 
Darell, and widow of Archibald Fitzroy 
George, Earl of Kinnoull, was married 
zndly at St. James', Spanish Place, 
London, 26 May T919, to Major John 
Berington, Royal Marine Artillery, son 
of Charles Michael Berington of Little 
Malvern Court, co. Worcester. 

DE CHAIR. Vol. IT, page 166.— Major 
George Herbert Blackett De Chair, 
O.B.E., M.C., the Royal Sussex Regi- 
ment, married by special licence at 
Brighton College Chapel 26 August 1919, 
Molly, youngest daughter of Henry J. 
Pearson of Bramcote, co. Nottingham. 

DE MAULEY. Vol. 11, page 132.— 
William Ashley Webb, Baron de Mauley, 
died, aged 75, at Ramsbury, co. Wilts, 
13 April, and was buried at Little 
Faringdon, co. Oxford, 24 April 19 18. 

Page 133. — The Rev. Maurice John 
George Ponsonby succeeded his brother, 
William Ashley Webb, as 4th Baron 
de Mauley 13 April 19 18. 

Page 136. — 'I'he Rev. Maurice George 
Jesser Ponsonl)y, M.C , married at the 
Cathedral, Pretoria, South Africa, 23 
September 19 18, the Hon*"'' Phyllis 
Sydney (Buxton), eldest daughter of Sir 
Sydney Charles, Viscount Buxton of New- 
timber, co. Sussex, G.C.^LG. They have 
issue a daugliter, born at Johannesburg, 
South Africa, 6 July 19 19. 



DE MORGAN. Vol. 17, page 47.— 

Mary Evelyn, widow of William Frend 
De Morgan, died at 127 Church Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 2 May, and was 
buried in Brookwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 8 May 19 19. 

DENNE. Vol. 19, page 189. — Thomas 
Vincent de Denne, .VLR.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
died at Fareham, co. Hants, 17 March 
1919. 

DENT. Vol. 14, page 152. — Charlotte, 
wife of George .Middlewood Dent, died 
at Finchley, Park .\venue, Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, 21 Se[)iemher 191 7, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Southport 
26 .September 191 7. 

DE RAMSEY. Vol. 15. page 119.— 
The Hon''''= Reginald Ailwyn Fellowes 
married at the Church of the Assump- 
tion, Warwick Street, Golden Square, 
London, 9 August 1919, the Princesse 
Jean de Broglie. 

DERBY. Vol. 1 7, ])age 72. — Lady Victoria 
Alice Louise, only daughter of Edward 
George Villiers, Ivirl of Derby, K.G., 
and widow of the Hon'''"' Neil James 
Archibald Primrose, ^L P., ^L C. {see 
Pedigree of Rosebery, Vol. 16, page 
137)^ "'^s inarriud at the British 
Embassy Church, Paris, 1 1 June 1919, to 
Malcolm Bullock, Captain Scots Guards. 
Page 72 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, page 
xxviii). — Edward Montagu Cavendish, 
Lord Stanley, Captain Grenadier Guards, 
and Sybil Louise Beatrix his wife, have 
issue a son, born at 3 Great Cumberland 
Place, Regent's Park, London, 2 1 April 
1918. 

Page 75. — Lieut. -Colonel the Hon*^' 
Algernon Francis Stanley, D.S.O., 2nd 
Lite Guards, married at Chipping, co. 
Lancaster, 18 April 191 8, Lady Mary 
Cavendish, 51I1 dau. of Hugh Lupus, 
ist Duke of Westminster, K.G., and 
widow of Major Henry Williani Crichton, 
Viscount Crichton, M.V.O., D.S.O., 
Royal Horse (luards {see page vp), eldest 
son of Henry John, Earle of Erne. 

DEVON. Vol. 12, page 47 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14. page .V.)— The Rev. the Hon*"'' 
Frederick Leslie and Marguerite Cour- 
tenay have further issue a daughter, 
born at the Rectory, Honiton, co. 
Devon, 7 September 1918. 

Page 47. — Agnes Elizabeth, Viscoun- 
tess Halifax, died at 88 Eaton Square, 
London, 4 July, and was buried at 
Hickleton, co. York, 10 July 19 19. 



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ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



DEVONSHIRE. Vo]. i6, page i6i.— 
Colonel James Charles Cavendish died, 
aged 79, at Darley House, Darley 
Abbey, co. Derby, 12 July, and was 
buried at Darley Abbey 16 July 
1918. 

Addenda, Vol. ig, page x.xviii. — 
Captain Angus Alexander Mackintosh, 
attached to the British Embassy at 
Washington, and husband of Lady 
Maud Louisa Emma, eldest daughter 
of the Duke of Devonshire, K.G., died 
14 October 19 18. 

Page 162. — Lady Blanche Catherine, 
2nd daughter of Victor Christian William, 
Duke of Devonshire, K.G., was married 
at the Guards' Chapel, Wellington 
Barracks, London, 30 April 19 19, 
to John Muriay Cobbold, Captain 
Scots' Guards, son of John Dupuis 
Cobbold {see page 23 of present 
volume). 

DEW. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. 6, page /';<. 
Sylvia Grace Alice Templar^ only child 
of Walter Frederick Dew {see page 
28j), was married at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 11 May 
igi8, to A. E. Monro, Instructor Royal 
Navy. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140 {and 
Addenda, J^ol. ig, page xxi.x). — Charles 
Vernon and Alice Mary Dicken have 
issue a daughter, Christiena Susan 
Elizabeth, born at Maadi, near Cairo, 
Egypt, 22 August 19 18. 

DILKE. \'ol. 17, page 134. — Sir Charles 
Wentworth Dilke, Baronet, died, aged 
44, at Brighton, co. Sussex, 7 December, 
and was buried at Rottingdean, co. 
Sussex, II December 1918. Will dated 
17 July 191 5, with codicil dated 6 May 
1918. 

DIMSDALE. Vol. 12, page 80.— The 
Rev. Henry Cockfield Dimsdale died, 
aged 63, in London, 30 November, and 
was buried in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 5 December 1918. 

DIMSDALE. Vol. 18, page 207.— 
Marcus Southwell Dimsdale died, ai<ed 
58, at The Hill House, Coton, 
Cambridge, 28 July 1919. 



DONNE. Vol. s, pa';e iii. — Katherine 
Blanche, elder daughter of William 
Bodham Donne, died, aged 82, at Vicar's 
Court, Southwell, co. Nottingham, 13 
April 1918. 

DOUGLAS. Vol. 19, page 183.— Mary 
Anne Sophia, 3rd daughter of the 
Rev. Henry Douglas, and widow of the 
Rev. Charles William King, died, aged 
87, at 39 South Street, Durham, 6 May 
1919, and was buried at Durham, 

Page 185. — Jane, widow of Charles 
Philip Douglas, died, aged 76, at 
St. Martin's House, Chester, y May 
1919. 

Page 186. — Henry Kenneth Douglas, 
Lieut. -Commander Royal Naval Volun- 
teer Reserve (Anson Battalion), died, 
aged T,},. at Matlock, co. Derby, 2 1 May 
1919. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2 {see Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page vii.) — Margaret Pusey, wife of 
Adam Norman DuL^dale {see page 75), 
died at Dutton Manor, Longridge, co. 
Lancaster, 6 February, and was buried 
at Hurst Green, co. Lancaster, 1 1 
February 1918. He married 2ndly at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex, 
16 July 19 1 9, Florence Eleanor, 2nd 
daughter of Colonel Alwyn de Blaquiere 
Valentine Paget of Berry Grove House, 
Liss, CO. Hants, by Florence Talbot his 
wife, 2nd daughter of Sir James Laing, 
D.L., of Etal Manor, co. Northumber- 
land, born at Tliornhill, Sunderland, co. 
Durham, 25 September 1S87. 

Page 75. — Edith Muriel, youngest 
daughter of Adam Dugdale, was married 
at .St. Philip's, Blackburn, co. Lancaster, 
I July 1919, to William Edmund Jones, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Page 76. — James Boardman Dugdale 
died, aged 75, at Sandford House, 
Wareham, co. Dorset, 31 July, and was 
buried at Wareham 3 August 19 18. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2 (.f^c- Addenda, Vol. 4, 
page it.) — Victoria Mary Enid Anne, 
only daughter of Lieut.- Colonel Frank 
Dugdale, C.V.O. {see page roj), was 
married at the Guards' Chapel, Welling- 
ton Barracks, London, 27 February 
1 9 19, to Lieut.- Colonel the Hon'''"' 
Wilfrid Russell Bailey, D.S.O., Grenadier 
Guards, eldest son of Lieut.- Colonel 
Joseph Henry Russell, Baron Glanusk, 
C.B., D.S.O. 



ADDITIONS d- CORRECTIONS. 



XV 



DUGDALE, continued. 

Page io6. — John Marshall Dugdale 
died, aged 67, at Llanfyllin, co. Mont- 
gomery, 30 October, and was buried 
there 2 November 1918. 

Page 107. — Cliarles Cyril Dugdale, 
Lieutenant 4th Durham Light Infantry, 
atlached to 8th Battalion, died near 
Craonne, France, of wounds, while in 
the hands of the enemy, 27 May 1918. 

The Rev. Richard William Dugdale, 
RLC, Chaplain to the Forces, attached 
to Norfolk Regiment, was killed in 
action 23 October 1918. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, page 85.— George 
James Duncan died, aged 74, at 53 
Windsor Road, Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
in October, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Richmond, co. Surrey, 25 
October 191 7. 

EALES. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page iv.) — Dorothy Maud Pennington 
Eales, daughter of Lionel Ccorge 
Nuttall Eales (see Mge j<^), was married 
at the parish church, Frimley, co. Surrey, 
30 April 1919, to Todd Harold Treacher. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page 109 {and Addenda, 
Vol. iS, page .xxviii.) — Charles Frederic 
and Alice Adelaide Earle have furtlier 
issue a daughter, Rosamond Cleveland, 
born at 14 Morden Road, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, 14 October, baptised at St. 
Luke's, Old Charlton, co. Kent, 20 
December 19 18. 

Page III. — Guy Fife Earle, Captain 
Rifie Brigade, married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 6 June 1918, 
Isabel Bridget, younger daughter of 
Greville Rouse Boughton - Knight of 
Wormesley, co. Hereford. 

Eric Greville Earle, D.S.O., Chevalier 
de rOrdre de Leopold, Captain Royal 
Field Artillery, married at the parish 
church. West Derby, co. Lancaster, 17 
January 1918, Noel, youngest daughter of 
Edward Downes-Martin of Avonniouth, 
Christchurch, co. Hants. They have 
issue a son, Cecil Diccon Earle, born 
at 17 Manchester Street, St. Marylebone, 
London, 12 November 1919. 

Page 112. — Arthur Earle died, aged 
80, at Childwall L-odge, I>iverpool, 
5 February, and was buried at Childwall 
8 February 19 19. 

Ronald Hamilton Earle died, aged 
45, at New York, U.S.A., 24 Au;j;iist 
1919. 



EATON. Vol. 6, page 87.— CJeorge Hubert 
Eaton, Lieutenant .Machine Gun Corps, 
was killed in action 23 March 1918. 

EDMEADES. Vol. 13, page 178 {and 
Addenda, Vol. jy, page xiv.) — Major 
Henry and Violet Edmeades have 
further issue a daughter, Judith Mildred, 
born at Nurstead Court, Meopham, co. 
Kent, 16 June, baptised at Nurstead 13 
July 1 9 18. 

EDWARDS. Vol. I, page 259.— James 
Edwards died at .San Francisco, U.S.A., 

iS March 191 7. 

ELLIOT. Vol. 14, page 199. — Frances 
Margaret de Dibon, younger daughter 
of Charles Herbert Elliot, was married 
at St. George's, Beckenham, co. Kent, 
20 July 1918, to George Edward 
Chariewood of Whitley Bay, co. North- 
umberland; born at Newcastie-on-Tyne, 
CO. Northumberland, 26 .March 1S90. 

Page 199 {and Addenda, Vol. 17, 
page xiv.) — William haber and Mabel 
Elliot lu\e issue a daughter, Katharine 
Margaret, born at Nelson, British 
Columbia, 9 July, baptised at St. 
Saviour's, Nelson, 28 August 191 1, died 
5 May following ; and a son, Ronald 
Faber Elliot, born at \'ancouver, British 
Columbia, 5 June 1913, baptised at St. 
James', \'ancouver. 

Page 199. — Charles Barry Elliot, 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers, married at 
Nether Stowey, co. .Somerset, 26 Sep- 
tember 1917, Katharine Rosamond, only 
daughter of Henry Clement Chariewood 
of Nether Stowey, by Louisa Mary his 
wife, of Dashwoods, Bicknoller, co. 
Somerset; born at Newcastle- on-Tyne 
15 February 1891. They have issue a 
son, William Barry Elliot, born at 
Beckenham, co. Kent, 6 September, 
baptised at Bicknoller 21 October 1919. 

Herbert Benbow Elliot married at 
Spratton, co. Northampton, 27 Septem- 
ber 1913, lsal>el Louise, daughter of 
lames Samuel Palmer of West Norwood, 
CO. Surrey ; born at Rugby, co. Warwick, 
27 April 1888. They have issue a son, 
John Herbert Elliot, born at Reading, 
CO. Berks, 4 July, baptised at West 
Norwood I August 1919. 

Page 200. — Gerald de Dibon Elliot 
died at Walsall, co. Stafford, 31 October, 
and was buried at Rushall, co. Stafiford, 
4 November 1919. 

Geoffrey Faber Elliot, his son, was 
killed in action 21 .\ugust 1916. 



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ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



ERNE. Vol. 17, page 19. — Lady Mary 
Cavendish, widow of Major Henry 
William Crichton, Viscount Crichton, 
M.V.O., D.S.O., was married 2ndly at 
Chipping, CO. Lancaster, 18 April 1918, 
to Lieut.- Colonel the Hon*"'' Algernon 
Francis Stanley, D.S.O., 2nd Life 
Guards, 7th son of Frederick Arthur, 
Earl of Derby, K.G. (see page yj). 

Page 20. — Colonel the Hon''''^ Charles 
Frederick Crichton died at MuUaboden, 
CO. Kildare, 20 August 191 8. 

Page 22 (and Addenda, Vol. iS, page 
xxix.) — Lieut.- Colonel Charles \Viiliam 
Harry Crichton, D.S.O., and Dorothy 
Maud his wife have further issue a son, 
Brian John Crichton, born at Hamble, 
CO. Hants, 27 January 1918. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 94.— William 
Paterson and Inga Evans have issue a 
son, Thomas Keith Evans, born at 
Club House, Bidston Hill, Birkenhead, 
CO. Chester, 6 September 19 19. 

Page 94 (and Addenda, Vol. }S, 
page xxix.) — William Sandford Evans, 
Captain the Welch Regiment (attached 
Royal Air Force), and Violet Elina 
Spencer his wife, have further issue 
a son, born at i Rockville, Tenby, 
CO. Pembroke, 24 March 1919. 

Edward Herbert Sandford Evans, 
Captain i8th Battalion Lancr.shire 
Fusiliers, was killed in action in France, 
aged 24, 22 July 19 16. 

Edward Cassils Evans, Captain 42nd 
Battalion Royal Highlanders of Canada, 
died, aged 23, at the Empire Hospital, 
Vincent Square, Westminster, 24 March 
1919, of wounds received in action, 
8 August 191 8. 

Page 96 (and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page xiv.) — Major Edward Francis 
Herbert and Fanny Isherwood Evans 
have further issue a son, Robin Francis 
Bickerton Evans, born at Whitbourne 
Hall, CO. Hereford, 4 May, baptised 
at Whitbourne 16 June 1917; and a 
daughter, Mary Adeline, born at Whit- 
bourne Hall 9 September, baptised at 
Whitbourne 15 September 1919. 

EVERETT. Vol. 16, page 2.— John 
Lawrence Everett married 2ndly at 
St. Edmund's, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
15 August 1 910, Frances Louisa, 
daughter of Daniel Cowie and widow 
of Wadham Locke Powell. They have 
issue a daughter, Mary Florence, born 
at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 3 June, 



EVERETT, continued. 

baptised there privately next day and 
died at Bournemouth 5 June 191 1 ; and 
a son, John Frederic Everett, born at 
Bournemouth 19 May, baptised at 
Boscombe co. Hants, 25 September 
1912. 

Lieut. -General Henry Joseph Everett, 
C.B., was created K.C.M.G. 4 January 
1919. 

Page 3. — Rear-Adniiral Allan Frederic 
Everett, C. B., was created K.C.M.G. 
I January 19 19. He and Michaelangela 
Katherine his wife, have further issue 
a son, Robert Norman Everett, born 
at Dieppe, France, 23 May 191 3. 

Page 5. — Cyril Ravenhill Everett 
married at Rowde, co. Wilts, i6 
February 19 16, Editli Winifred, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Arthur James 
Clark, Rector of Rowde ; born at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 10 September, baptised 
at St. Mark's, Lyncombe, Bath, 9 
October 1890. They have issue a 
daughter, Rosamund Joyce, born at 
Tiie Hawthorns, Market I.avington, co. 
\Vilts, 6 June, baptised at Rowde, 
CO. Wilts, i6 August 1918. 

Everilda Mary, wife of Maurice 
Septimus Gwyer Everett, died at 
Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford, 17 May, 
and was buried there 21 May 1919. 

Page 7. — Ethel Mary, youngest child 
of the Rev. Arthur Joseph Everett, 
was married at Rowde 9 June 19 15, 
to the Rev. Eustace Archibald Chorley 
(son of Charles Robert Chorley of 
I.eeds, CO. York) ; born at Leeds 16 
February 1877 ; M.A. from University 
College, Oxford ; Vicar of Netheravon, 
CO. Wilts, 191 2. 

FAIR. Vol. 3, page 50 (and Addenda, 
Vol. ig, page x.xxii.) — Major Charles 
Herbert Fair, D.S.O. , and Marjorie his 
wife, have issue a daughter, Camilla 
Esme, born at Haileybury College 10 
December 19 18, baptised at Haileybury 
College Chapel 18 January 1919. 

FANE. Vol. 12, page 83. — Blanche 
Louisa, wife of Henry George Fane, 
died, aged 68, at Bicester, co. Oxford, 
24 February, and was buried there 
28 February 191 9. 

Page 86. — Major Octavius Edward 
Fane, D.S.O., M.C., Royal Garrison 
Artillery, died, aged 31, in hospital 
abroad, of wounds received in action, 
18 September 1918. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



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FANSHAWE. Vol. 14, page 107.— 
Julia, widow of Captain Lionel Fan- 
shawf, R.N., died :u Epsom, co. 
Surrey, 9 January 19 19. 

Page 107 (and Addenda^ Vol. ig, 
page .x.xxtii.) — The Rev. Richard 
Evelyn and Isabel Forrester Fanshawe 
have further issue a son, Thomas 
Evelyn Kanshawe, born at The 
Rectory, Sonierton, co. Suffolk, 29 
September, baptised at Somerion 31 
October 1 9 1 8 ; and a daughter, Elizabeth, 
born at the Rectory, Sonierton, 30 
August, baptised at Sonierton 13 October 
1919. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 15, page 22 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page xv.) — Guy 
Dairy myle Fanshawe, Commander Royal 
Navy, and Louisa Charlotte his wife, 
h.ave further issue a son, John Guy 
Dalrymple Fanshawe, born at Rydul 
Lodge, Radipole, co. Dorset, 19 August, 
baptised at St. Edward's, Netley Abbey, 
17 September 19 18. 

Page 28. — The Rev. Henry Leigiiton 
Fanshawe died at C'hihvortii House, 
Wheatley, co. Oxford, 5 March 19 18. 

Major-General Hew Dalrymple Fan- 
shawe, C.B., was created a K.C.M.G. 
31 May 1919. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 93 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xxxiii.) — 
Stephen Hawksworth Fawkes has further 
issue a son, born at Ladybrand, Orange 
Free State, South Africa, 13 March 1919. 

Page 94. — Major Francis Fawkes 
died, aged 81, at Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, 27 May, and was buried 
there 31 May 1919. 

Page 94 {and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page XXX.) — Rupert Edward Francis 
and Mary Theodora Fawkes have 
further issue a daughter, Cynthia 
Theodora, born at Riverside, Lechlade, 
CO. Gloucester, 9 June, baptised at 
Lechlade 24 July 191 9. 

Page 95. — Sir George John Armytage, 
Baronet, died, aged 76, at Kirklees 
Park, Brighouse, co. York, 8 November, 
and was buried at Hartshead, co. York, 
13 November 19 18 {see Vol. i, page 234). 

FELLOWES. Vol. 15, page 88.— The 
Rev. John Adolphus Liddell Fellnwes 
married at Holy Trinity, Llandrindod 
Wells, CO. Radnor, 29 June 1918, 
Margaret, 5th daughter of Edward 
Sacheverell Chandos-Pole of RaJbourne 
Hall, CO. Derby; born 21 May 1806. 



FELLOWES. Vol. 16, page 62.— 
Orlando Butler Fellowes married at the 
Catholic Chapel, Vineyard, Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 30 .September 1914, Mary 
Ann, daughter of Arnold Gardner 
of Richmond. They have issue a 
daughter, Elizabeth Player Butler, 
born at 22 Alexandra Road, Worthing, 
CO. Sussex, 10 .August, baptised at 
St. Mary's, Broadwater, \\ orthing, 
2 September igi6. 

Page 64. — Rupert (';ildwell Fellowes, 
Captain Coldstream Guards, was killed 
in action, aged 24, 21 .August 1918. 

FERARD. Vol. 16, page 96.— George 
Deas Ferard, Lieutenant Devonshire 
Regiment, was killed in action, aged 21, 
21 February 19 18. 

FEWTRELL. Vol. 8, page 65 (and 

Addenda, Vol. rS, page xxxi.) — The 
Rev. Edgar Alford and Edith Lucy 
Fewtrell have issue two sons, Francis 
Edgar Sanders Fewtrell, born at Lynton 
House, SpriiiL^liekl Park, Acton, co. 
Middlesex, 25 l''el)ruary, baptised at 
St. Mary's, Acton, 27 March 1915, and 
Edwin Charles Sanders Fewtrell, born 
at the same place 3 July, baptised at 
St. Mary's, Acton, 2 August 1916; 
also two daughters, born at the same 
place, Edith Mary Sanders, bom 10 
January, baptised at St. Matthias', 
Hanwell, co. Middlesex, 6 P'ebruary 
1918, and Margaret Norah Sanders, 
born 27 June, baptised at St. Matthias', 
Hanwell, 22 July 19 19. 

FIELD. Vol. 3 {see Addenda, Vol jg, 
page XXXV.) — Joan Florence, only child 
of Aubrey John Field {see page 84), 
died, aged 3, at Croydon, co. Surrey, 
8 January 19 19. 

FINNEMORE. Vol. 13, page 65.— 
Catherine Isabel, 2nd daughter of the 
Hon*"'' Robert Isaac Finnemore, died, 
aged 25, at Heme Hill, co. Surrey, 
6 July 1918. 

FIRTH. Vol. 19, page 98.— Major John 
Charles Bradley Firth, Royal Air Force, 
married at the Cathedral, Winchester, 
CO. Hants, 29 April 19 19, Ruth Eleanor, 
younger daughter of the Rev. John 
Henry Hodgson, Rector of Dogmers- 
field, CO. Hants. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



FITZWILLIAM. Vol. 14. page 32 

and Addenda, Vol. iS, page xxxii.) — 
George James Charles and Lorna Beryl 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam have further 
issue a daughter, Rosemary Anne, born 
at 32 Grosvenor Square, London, 24 
April 1918, baptised at Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex. 

Page 34. — Lady Maud Lilian Elfrida 
Mary, eldest daughter of William Charles 
de Meuron, Earl Fitzwilliam, K.C.V.O., 
D.S.O., was married at Wcntworth 
Woodhouse, CO. York, 24 March 1918, 
to Archibald Ralph Montagu Stiiart- 
Wortley - Mackenzie, Viscount Carlton, 
2nd son of Francis John, Earl of 
Wharncliffe. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 77.— Thomas 
Fletcher was married by licence at 
VVednesbury, co. Stafford, to Ann 
Russell, 14 [not 10] May 1804, as 
given in the College of Arms records. 

Page 78. — Thomas Bainbrigge W.ilter 
Campbell Fletcher, .sometime Fleet- 
Paymaster in the Royal Navy, now 
Entomologist to the Indian Govern- 
ment, married at Saidpur, India, 17 
February 1917, Esme Violet, daughter 
of Robert Hollingbery. 

Thomas Russell Fletcher is a Captain 
in the Royal Field Artillery, now 
attached to the Indian Army ; served 
in the European War, mentioned in 
despatches 30 November 1915, awarded 
the Military Cross 13 January 1916, 
and invested 7 June following. 

William Giffard Fletcher is now 
Captain (acting Major), Royal Field 
Artillery. He married at Magournley, 
CO. Cork, 4 September 1916, Marjory 
Hornidge, younger daughter of Henry 
James Forde, J. P., of the Manor of 
St. John, Waterford. She was born 29 
November, and baptised at Tramore, 
CO. Waterford, 16 December 1896. 

Pace 79.— Walter Townshend Fletcher, 
Major 4th Battalion Dorset Regiment, 
was appointed Military Governor of 
Nasiriyal in Mesopotamia 191 7 ; 
mentioned in despatches 15 August 

1917. 

Edward Keeling Fletcher, Lieut.- 
Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry, 
was invested with the Distinguished 
Service Order and Bar 17 July 

1919. 
PageSo.— Ed ward Blakemore Fletcher, 

Commander Royal Navy, died at Kent 
Hall, Queen's Crescent, Southsea, co. 



FLETCHER, continued. 

Hants, 19 February, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Wimborne Minster, co. 
Dorset, 23 February 191 7. 

Page 81.— Henry Field Fletcher is 
now Lieut.-Colonel in the Derbyshire 
Yeomanry. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 13, page 58.- 
Lieut.- Colonel William Alfred Littledale 
Fletcher, D.S.O., died, aged 49, at 
Allerton, Liverpool, 14 February 1919. 
Will proved in the Principal Registry 
in June 1919. 

Page 59.— Alfred Fletcher died, aged 
78, at Allerton 24 October, and was 
buried at Halewood, co. Lancaster, 27 
October 191 9. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 116 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xxxv)— 
Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer, M.C., 2nd 
Lie'itenant Indian Cavalry 1914, 
seconded to Royal Flying Corps, was 
a prisoner at Kedos in 19 17. He and 
his wife Lena Cecile (who was born at 
Cawnpore, India, 19 November 1894), 
have issue a daughter, Diana, born at 
Nelson, British Columbia, 30 September 
1919. 

Page 116.— William Antony Floyer, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy (Chevalier du 
Legion d'Honneur 19 August 1918), 
married at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London, 9 July 1919, Alice 
(Aileen), 2nd daughter of Robert BoviU 
Whitehead of Alvie, N.B. ; born at 
Fiume, Hungary, in November 1897. 

Page 117.— Frederick Anthony Floyer 
died, aged 60, at Gibraltar, 1 1 December 
191 S, and was buried there the next 
day. Will dated 28 October 191 1, 
proved in the Principal Registry 19 
March 19 19, by the Rev. John Kestell 
Floyer. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. 1 (.f^^ Addenda, 
Vol. 2, page m.)— Lady Rosamond 
Sylvia Diana Mary, youngest daughter 
of Cecil George Savile, Earl of Liver- 
pool (see page 48), was married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 3 
September 19 18, to Archibald Alexander 
Leslie - Melville, Earl of Leven and 
Melville. 

Page 49 [and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xxxvi.)—!:^^ Hon"^ Bertram 
Marmaduke Osbert Savile and Joyce 
Norton Foljambe have further issue a 



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FOLJAMBE, continued. 

son, Peter George William Savile 
Foljambe, born at Ingersley, Bowdon, 
CO. Chester, 23 April, baptised in the 
private chapel at Tabley, co. Chester, 
4 June 1919. 

FONNEREAU. Vol. 17, page 163.— 
Robert Neale Fonnereau married 
at East Molesey, co. Surrey, 22 
October 1918, Dorice Jopp of East 
Molesey. 

Page 164. — Charles Augustine 
P^onnereau, of The Sydney Light 
Horse, died at the Camp, Liverpool, 
Sydney, New South Wales, 6 November 
1914. 

FRANKLIN. Vol. 17, page 189.— 
George Cooper Franklin, M.B.E., 
F.R.C.S., LL.D., died, aged 73, at 18 
High Street, Fareham, co. Hants, 
2 June, and was buried in the 
cemetery at Fareham 5 June 1919. 
Will dated 31 March 1913, with four 
codicils dated 28 July 19 13 to 13 
May 1919, proved in the Principal 
Registry by Lucy Hannah Franklin, 
the relict, Ernest Smith Pink, M.A., 
and Claude Douglas, F.R.C.S. 

Major George Denne Franklin, Indian 
Medical Service, married 2ndly at 
Ockley, co. Surrey, 17 October 1918, 
Ethel Janet, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Henry Jonathan Carver, Rector 
of Melbury Abbas, co. Dorset ; born 
at Hinton Veldrist, co. Berks, 26 
September 1877. 

FREEMAN. Page 49 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 18, pa^e .t.v.c/z'. )— George Sydney 
Freeman (Deputy Editor of "The 
Times'' 1919) and Adela Mary Grace 
his wife, have further issue a daughter, 
Diana Mar)-, born at 5 Iri'ing Road, 
Stourwood, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
28 April, baptised at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 22 June 1918. 

FRENCH. Vol. 17, page 197. — Henry 
Hutchins French died, aged 68, at 
Florenceville, Grove Road, Sutton, co. 
Surrey, 29 October, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Sutton i November 

1917. Will dated 6 July 1908, [)roved 
in the Principal Registry 19 January 

19 1 8, by Herbert Stanley French, son, 
and Sydney John Benton. 



FRESHFIELD. Vol. 16, page 170.— 
Edwin Fre.shfield, LL.D., F.S.A., died, 
aged 85, at the Mint House, Chipstead, 
I September, and wa.s buried at Kings- 
wood, CO. Surrey, 4 September 19 18. 

Edwin Hanson and Mary Lee 
Freshfield have further issue a son, 
bom at Juniper Hill, near Reigate, co. 
Surrey, 6 January 19 18, 

FRIPP. Vol. 18, page 186.— Mary 
Isabella, eldest daughter of George 
Arthur Fripp, and wife of Count Nicolas 
Icilio Androutzos, died at Topsham, 
CO. Devon, and was buried there 17 
February 19 19. 

Page 190. — Sir Alfred Downing Fripp, 
K.C.V.O., C.B., and Margaret Scott his 
wife, have further issue a son, Reginald 
Charles Fripp, born 2 June 191 5. 

FRIPP. Vol. 19, page 151. — Margaret 
Emma Bowles, eldest daughter of 
Edward Bowles Fripp, died, aged 69, 
in London, 11 November 1918, and was 
buried in Highgate Cemetery. 

FRY. Vol. 10, page 16. — Edward Meaburn 
Fry, M.C., Lieutenant Royal Field 
Artillery, was killed in action, aged 28, 
23 August 1918. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 143.— Frank 
Garrett died, aged 73, at Aldringham 
House, near Leiston, co. Suffolk, 2 
August, and was buried at Aldringham 
6 August 19 18. 

Page 144 (and .Addenda, Vol. 18, 
/a^i?xjc.tt/.)— Captain Ronald Thombury 
and Kate Marion Stewart Garrett have 
further issue a daughter, Imogen 
Harmon Robertson Garrett, born at 
Lowestoft, CO. Suffolk, 5 February 19 18. 

GATTY. ^'ol. 2, page 153. — Mary Helen, 
widow of the Rev. Alfred Catty, D.D., 
died 25 October 1919. 

Page 154. — Sir Alfred Scott Scott- 
Gatty, K.C.V.O., Garter King of Arms, 
died, aged 71, in London, 18 December, 
and was buried at ^^'elwyn, co. Hertford, 
21 December 1918. 

GEPP. Vol. 18, page 160— The Rev. 
Henr)- John Gepp died at Littlebourne, 
East Molesey, co. Surrey, 21 July, 
and was buried at Adderbury, co. 
Oxford, 26 July 19 19. 

Henry Hamilton and Mary Noel Gepp 
have further issue a son, bom in 
London, 22 August 1919. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



GERARD. Vol. 9, page 108.— Mary 
Emmeline Laura, widow of Colonel 
William Cansfield, 2nd Baron Gerard, 
died at Garswood, co. Lancaster, 19 
February, and was buried at Ashton-in- 
Makerfield, co. Lancaster, 23 February 
1918. 

Page 108 {a7id Addenda, Vol. ij, 
page xii.) — Lord and Lady Gerard have 
further issue a son, Robert William 
Frederick Alwyn Gerard, born at 
Blakesware, Ware, co. Hertford, 23 
May, baptised at the private chapel at 
Blakesware 3 June 191 8. 

Page 109. — The Hon'='= Robert Joseph 
Gerard-Dicconson died, aged 61, at 
Wrightington Hall, near Wigan, co. 
Lancaster, 16 September 19 18. 

Addenda, Vol. /", page xvii. — 
Brigadier-General Sir Thompson Capper, 
K.C.M.G., husband of Winifrede Mary, 
daughter of the Hon'''' Robert Joseph 
Gerard- IMcconson (see page Jog), was 
killed in action in France 27 September 
1915- 

GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 115.— Kenneth 
Mayoh Gibbins, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
M.B., B.Sc. Lond., died at Holmdale, 
Parkstone, co. Dorset, 17 March, and 
was buried there 20 March 1917. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 46.— Plelen 
Gladys Dorothy, of The Manor, Cowley, 
near Exeter, co. Devon, only child of 
the Rev. William Henry Gibbons, was 
married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 21 August 19 16, to 
R. S. Dacre Stuart, Captain Gloucester- 
shire Regiment, of Dudbridge House, 
Stroud, CO. Gloucester. 

Page 47. — Beville Stainer, M.P., was 
created a Baronet 16 July 191 7. 

GIBSON. Vol. 2, page 90. — Mary, widov.- 
of Edmund Birch Gibson, died, aged 
78, at Elm Grove, Saffron Walden, co. 
Essex, 8 July 1918. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144-— Percy 
Shepherd Gilbey died at Sunnyside, 
Sandown, Isle of Wight, 7 November 
1919. 

Page 146 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page XXXV.) — William Gordon and the 
Hon'''* Grace Mary Eleanor (lilbey have 
issue a son, born at The Grove, Denham, 
CO. Buckingham, 4 August 1915. 

Page 147 {and Addenda, Vol. II, 
page X.) — Gilbert and Edith Mary 
Gilbey have further issue a son, 
born at Chalklands, Bourne End, co. 
Buckingham, 4 February 19 17. 



GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 56.— 
Major Philip Kirkland Glazebrook, 
D.S.O., M.P. for South Manchester, 
was killed in action, aged 37, in 
Palestine, 7 March 1918. 

Page 58. — William Twanbrook Glaze- 
brook married at St. John's, Fairfield, 
CO. Lancaster, i August 1912, Edith 
Penrose, daughter of Richard Frederick 
James of Fairfield. 

Page 59. — Gertrude Ethel, eldest 
daughter of Sir Richard Tetley Glaze - 
brook, was married at St. Alban-the- 
Martyr, Teddington, co. Middlesex, 1 1 
May 1918, to Edward Percy Smith, 
2nd Lieutenant Labour Corps, son of 
Benjamin Figgis Smith of Sireatham, 
CO. Surrey. 

Marian Joan, youngest daughter of 
Sir Richard Tetley Glazebrook, C.B., 
F.R.S., was married at St. Mary's, 
Hampton, CO. Middlesex, 14 June 19 19, to 
Eric Coad-Pryor, son of the Rev. Robert 
Coad-Pryor, Vicar of Hampton Hill. 

Frederick Edward de Twcnebrokes 
and Constance Farrer Glazebrook had 
further issue a daughter, Doris de 
Twenebrokes, born at Manila, Phillipine 
Islands, 27 May 1894; a son, John 
Farrer Glazebrook, born at Manila 7 
September 1897, married at Newquay, 
CO. Cornwall, 29 March 1.9 19, Mercedes, 
daughter of Professor Gamboni of Capri, 
Italy ; and a daughter, Barbara Brent, 
born at Manila 12 April 1905. 

GODDARD. Vol. 6 {see Addenda, Vol. 
ig,pagexxxix.) — Mary Doreen Monica, 
younger daughter of Lieut. -Colonel 
Francis Ambrose D'Oyly Goddard {see 
page 66), died, aged 2 years and 7 
months, at 45 Warwick Road, Earl's 
Court, London, 27 March 191S, andwas 
buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal 
Green, 30 March 1918. 

Page 66 {attd Addenda, Vol. 14, page 
xiv.) — Lieut.- Colonel Francis Ambrose 
D'Oyly Goddard, O.B.E., and Maud his 
2nd wife, have further issue a daughter, 
Rita Mary, born at 45 \\'arwick Road, 
Earl's Court, London, 8 August, baptised 
at Our Lady of Victories', Kensington, 
London, 11 August 1919. 

GOLDSMITH. Vol. 5, page 109 {and 
Addenda, Vol. iS, page xxxvi.) — 
Herbert Symonds Goldsmith, C.M.G., 
and Beatrice Maude his wife, have 
issue a daughter, born at Larksmende, 
Staveley Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
30 May 1 9 19. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



GORDON. Vol. 12, page 184.— Frances 
Alithea, widow of Frederick Walcott 
Robert Gordon, died, aged 85, at 
10 Knollys Croft, Leighani Court Road, 
Strealham, co. Surrey, 30 October 
1919. 

Helen Clarke, youngest and last 
surviving child of Lieut. -General Henry 
William Gordon, and widow of Surgeon- 
Major Andrew Moffitt, Army Medical 
Service, died, aged 80, 9 May 19 19. 

GOSCHEN. Vol. IS, page 158.— 
Lady Geraldine Elizabeth, wife of the 
Hon'"'' Sir William Henry Goschen, 
K.B.E., and youngest daughter of the 
Right Hon"": John William Mellor 
{see Vol. J, page Sy), died at 47 Cadogan 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 23 
November, and was buried at Fiimwell, 
CO. Sussex, 27 November 19 18. 

Page 162. — Lieut.- Colonel Arthur 
Alec Goschen, D.S.O., Royal Field 
Artillery, and Marjorie Mary his wife, 
have further issue a son, born at 8 
Manson Place, Kensington, London, 29 
August 1918. 

GOUGH. Vol. 17, page 149.— Hugh, 
Viscount Gough, died, aged 70, in 
Dublin, 14 October, and was buried 
at Stillorgan, co. Dublin, 17 October 
1919. 

GOWER. Vol. 15, page 39.— Robert 
Vaughan Gower, O.B.E., F.R.G.S., 
Mayor of Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 
1917-19, was knighted 3 June 1919. 

GOWER. Vol. 19, page 52. — Erasmus 
William and Violet Florence Gower have 
further issue a daughter, born at 
Parkweg 21 October 19 18. 

GRELLIER. Vol. 16, page 1 1.— Gordon 
Harley Grellier, 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Garrison Artillery, was killed in action, 
aged 33, 31 October 1918. 

GROOME. Vol. 5, page 22 {and 
Addenda. Vol. ig, page .r//.)— Auckland 
William Wollaston Groonie, Captain 
Royal Air Force, and Margaret Grace 
his wife, have further issue a daughter, 
Elizabeth Margaret Wollaston, born at 
Suffolk House, Surbiton, co. Surrey, 6 
February, baptised at St. Mark's, 
Surbiton, 25 February 1919. 



GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 32.— Sarah 
Louisa, elder daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Septimus Cirubbe, died at Tiie 
Rowans, Lymington, co. Hants, 29 
April 19 1 8. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 2.— Charlotte 
Henrietta, wife of Arthur John Campbell 
Gwatkin, died, aged 68, at 19 Walpole 
Road, Twickenham, co. Middlesex. 

HALIFAX. Vol. 10, page 132.— Agnes 
Elizabeth Courtenay, \'iscountess Hali- 
fax, died at 88 Eaton Square, London, 
4 July, and was buried at Hickleton, 
CO. York, 10 July 191 9. 

HARROWBY. \ ol. 12, page 172.— 
Henry Dudley Ryder, Captain Royal 
Field Artillery, married at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 1 9 18, l)orothy Marion, daughter 
of Sidney Streatfeild. 

HART- DAVIS. \'o\. 9, page 29.— Mary 
Lydia, wile of the Rev. Richard Hart 
Hart-Davis, died, aged 71, at The 
Ridge Field, Mapledurham, co. Oxford, 
19 January, and was buried at Maple- 
durham 22 January 1918. 

HARVEY. Vol. I, page 6.— William 
Marsh Harvey died, aged 76, at Babba- 
conibe, Torquay, co. Devon, 8 .March 
1918. 

HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 136.— 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. Francis Haslewood, was 
married at Holy Trinity, West Hill, 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 7 November 
1919, to Philip Dering Blake, 2nd son 
of Professor John Frederick Blake, 
M..A., F.G.S. 

HAVERSHAM. Vol. 19, page 24.— 
Frank [not Francis Goodenough] 
Hayter {3rd son of Commander Francis 
Hayter) was born at Tiniaru, New 
Zealand, 4 April 1887 ; served in ist 
King Edward's Horse, afterwards com- 
missioned as 2nd Lieutenant Manchester 
Rey;iment 7 July 1916, promoted Lieu- 
tenant 7 January 1918; served in 
France and Salonica (severely wounded 
near Lake Doiran 23 December 19 16) 
1915-17. He married at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 17 
October 19 18, Muriel, only child of 
John Henry Mortimer - Scott of 6 



ADDITIONS or- CORRECTIONS. 



HAVERSHAM, continued. 

Gloucester Walk, Kensington. They 
have issue a daughter, Joyce Margaret, 
born at 6 Gloucester Walk 30 August, 
baptised at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, 7 October 19 19. 

Page 27. — The Rev. George Theodore 
Meynell Ingram and Dorothy Danvers 
Hayter, have issue a son, born at 44 
Southampton Road, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
24 August 1918. 

Page 28. — Mary Ethel, 2nd daughter 
of the Very Rev. William Thomas 
Baring Hayter, Dean of Gibraltar, was 
married at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, 7 August 1919, to Lieut. - 
Colonel Edward Brown, D.S.O., Royal 
Army Veterinary Corps. 

HAWORTH-BOOTH. Vol. 8, page 
130. —Major Henjamirt Booth Haworth- 
Booth died, aged 62, in London, 8 
November, and was cremated at 
Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, 12 
November 1919. 

Page 132. — Osbert Moore Haworth- 
Booth, Captain Royal Marine Light 
Infantr)', married at St. George's, Deal, 
CO. Kent, 15 August 19 18, May Harriet, 
daughter of C. Goodwin of Taten Hall, 
Claines, co. Worcester. 

HELPS. Vol. 14, page 154-— The Rev. 
Arthur Leonard Helps married at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 5 June 1919, Kathleen, 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Dacres 
Thomas Charles Belgrave of North Kil- 
worth, CO. Leicester, and of Winterbourne 
House, Farnham, co. Surrey. 

HENSLEY. Vol. 17, page 64.—Egerton 
Henry Valpy Hensley, C'aptain Royal 
Army Medical Corps, married at the 
British Embassy Church, Paris, 25 March 
1918, Valentine Eugenie Marie, younger 
daughter of Samuel Curtis of Lille, 
France. 

HESKETH. Vol. i, page 159 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xliv.) — Percy 
Lempriere and Violet Keikilani Hesketh, 
have issue a son, Robin Adams Lem- 
priere Hesketh, born at Honolulu, 
Sandwich Islands, 14 October 19 18. 

Page 159. — Marjorie Maud, younger 
daughter of Robert Lempriere Hesketh, 
was married at the parish church, Paign- 
ton, CO. Devon, 5 June 19 19, to George 
Francis Bligh Monck, 2nd son of John 
Bligh Monck {see Vol. 2, page ij8). 



HEXT. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page vi.) — Thomas Marwood Hext, 2nd 
Lieutenant King's Royal Rifles, eldest 
son of Lieut.- Colonel Francis Marwood 
Hext {see page 204), was killed inaction, 
aged 19, 28-29 April 1917. 

Page 205. — Major Charles Wilfred 
Hext, Indian Army, died, aged 38, at 
Raseltine Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, 
2 I July 1919. 

HINCHLIFF. Vol. 18, page 149— 
Woodbine Kendall Hinchliff of Penllow 
Headley, co. Hants, Lieutenant Labour 
Corps, married at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
30 April 1 918, Catherine Frances 
Helga, youngest daughter of Sir Edward 
Frankland, K.C. B., F.R.S., of .\rford 
House, Headley. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. j, 
page in.) — Walter Frederick Hoblyn, 
2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion Cold- 
stream Guards (Pioneers), youngest son 
of Charles Dennis Hoblyn {see page 
jSj), died of wounds received in 
France the previous day, aged 22, 
2 October 1915. 

Page 184. — Harry Beverly Hoblyn, 
Lieutenant Royal Berkshire Regiment, 
married at St. Bartholomew-the-Great, 
West Smithfield, London, 21 September 
19 1 8, Gertrude Adelaide (Associate of 
the Royal Red Cross), only daughter 
of George Augustus Massingham. They 
have issue a daughter, born at 16 
Wickham Way, Park Langley, co. Kent, 
1 1 July 1919. 

HOLROYD. Vol. 12, page 22.— Percy 
Holroyd died at 49 Cavendish Place, 
lesmond, Newcastle -on -Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, 3 May, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Scarborough, 
CO. York, 7 May 1919. 

HOOKE. Vol. 18, page 117.— John 
Hooke married 2ndly at Blockley, co. 
Worcester, 12 February 1919, May 
Eleanor, 2nd daughter of Henry Byrd 
of Badsey, co. Worcester. 

Page 120. — Phyllis Ethel, youngest 
daughter of John Hooke, was married 
at St. Peter's, Croydon, co. Surrey, 25 
June 191 8, to Joseph Ernest Goudge, 
Indian Civil Service, O.B.E. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



HOPE-EDWARDES. Vol. 2, page 48. 
Ellen Charlotte, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Henry Hope-Edwardes, died, 
aged 81, at Netley Hall, Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop, 1 6 February 1919. 

Colonel Herbert James Hope- 
Edwardes died, aged 70, at Netley 
Hall, Shrewsbury, 12 February 1919. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 188.— Alfred 
John Howard died, aged 68, 22 
November 19 16, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex. 

Page 188 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page xli.) — William Gilbert Howard, 
Commander Royal Navy, and the 
Hon*"'' Agnes Caroline Sophia his wife, 
have further issue a son, John William 
Howard, born at Ernesettle House, 
.St. Budeaux, co. Devon, 18 January, 
baptised at the parish church, St. 
Budeaux, in February 191 7. 

Page 188. — Rupert Howard, Lieu- 
tenant Canadian Contingent, was killed 
in action, aged 31, 3 September 19 16. 

HOWARD. Vol. 12, page 126.— Arthur 
Dashwood Howard, M.D., L.R.C.F., 
late Captain Royal Army Medical 
Corps, and Melita Margaret his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Nona 
Nivea, born at The Mowle, Ludham, 
CO. Norfolk, 19 February, baptised at 
Ludham 13 May 19 19. 

HOWARD OF GLOSSOP. Vol. 12, 
page 95. — The Hon*"'* Angela Mary 
Charlotte, Lady Herries, died at 
Everingham Park, co. York, 28 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried in the grounds of 
the chapel adjoining Everingham Hall 
4 March 1919. 

Page 96 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, page 
a;/z).)— The Hon"' Bernard Edward 
Fitzalan-Howard and Mona Josephine 
Tempest, Lady Beaumont, his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Mariegold 
Magdalene, born at 15 Manchester 
Square, St. Marylebone, London, 29 
August, baptised at St. James', Spanish 
Place, London, 5 September 1919. 

Page 96 {a7id Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xlvi.) — The Hon''''= Philip Granville 
James Fitzalan - Howard, Lieutenant 
Welsh Guards, and Gladys his wife, have 
issue a daughter, bom at 98 Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 29 July 
1918. He died of wounds received in 
action in France, aged 23, 22 May 1918. 



HUNT. Vol. 1 1, page 107. — Marian, 

youngest daughter of Frederick Augustus 
Crisp {see Vol. ij, page 120), and wife 
of Arthur Rust Hunt, died at The 
Manor House, Culpho, co. .Suffolk, 12 
November, and was buried at Culpho 
16 November 1918. 

HYETT. Vol. 8, page 124. — Francis 
Adams Hyett was created K.C. B. 28 
April 19 1 9. 

JACKSON. Vol. II, page 139.— Com- 
mander John Metcalfe Jackson, R.N., 
died of wounds received in action, aged 
34, 7 March 1918. 

JALLAND. Vol. 12, page 59.— William 
Hamerton jalland, F.R.C.S., died at 
St. Leonard's House, York, 6 February, 
and was buried at Bishopthorpe, co. 
York, 9 February 1918. 

JAMES. Vol. I, page 268.— Ernest 
Edward James, 2nd Lieutenant in 
Yeomanry, died in London 9 January 
1918. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 19 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 13, page xv.) — Robert 
Vaughan and Christina Johnson have 
further issue a daughter, born at Wims- 
eyes, Banstead, co. Surrey, 30 March 
1918. 

JONES. Vol. 1 1, page 83.— Maud Evelyn 
Inigo, only daughter of Major-General 
Inigo Richmund Jones, C.V.O., C.B., 
was married at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London, on Monday, 1 1 February 
1 91 8, to Richard Assheton, Viscount 
Cross. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 66.— Isabella 
Maud, eldest daughter of (!lement 
Joslin, died at High House, Purfleet, 
CO. Essex, 2 May, and was buried in 
the East London Cemetery, Plaistow, 
CO. Esse.x, 6 May 1919. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 55 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page .r.v.xf'.)— Norman Mead 
Joynson, Lieutenant Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, and Mary his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, bom at 
I Netley Terrace, Southsea, co. Hants, 
8 August 1916. 



XXIV 



ADDITIONS a^ COLLECTIONS. 



KENRICK. Vol. 13, page 61.— Herbert 
William Mascall Kenrick, Captain nth 
Hussars, died at 36 Casualty Clearing 
Station, Cologne, Germany, 24 March 
1919. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 5 (a,tJ 
Ji/denda, Vol. ig, page x/z'///.)— Henry 
Franklin Chevallier Viscount Broome, 
and Adela Mary Evelyn his wife, have 
issue a son, Henry Herbert Kitchener, 
born at Ringwould House, near Dover, 
CO. Kent, 24 February, baptised at 
Barham, co. Kent, 9 April 19 19. 

Page 5. — Lady Norah Frances, only 
daughter of Henry Elliott Chevallier, 
Earl Kitchener, and wife of Major 
Patrick Albert Forbes a Beckett {see 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxviii.), died 
in East Africa 10 May 1919. 

LANDON. Vol. II, page 124 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page xxxv.) — Major 
Francis Palmer Landon, Royal Army 
Service Corps, and Nancy his wi:'e, 
of The Cottage, Hessle, co. York, 
have further issue a daughter, Jane 
Napier, born at Wood Farm House, 
Sprowston, co. Norfolk, 5 August, 
baptised in Norwich Cathedral 31 
August i9i<S. 

Page 124 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xlix.) — Arthur Jermyn Landon, 
Commander Royal Navy, and Eily 
Emily his wife, have issue a daughter, 
born at Woking, co. Surrey, 29 
September 1918. 

Page 124. — Edward Guy Landon, 
Captain Royal Flying Corps, married 
at the Cathedral, Calcutta, i October 
1914, Kathleen de Warrene Waller. 
They have issue a daughter, Valerie, 
bom in Dublin 5 February 1916; and 
a son, Patrick Ottway Guy Landon, 
born at Ivanhoe, Lansdowne Road, 
Dublin, 7 February 191 7. 

LANGMAN. VoJ. 6, page 26 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xviii.) — Major 
Archibald Lawrence Langman, C. M.G., 
and Eleanor Katherine his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Nora Elizabeth, 
born at 97 Eaton Square, London, 3 
February, baptised at North Cadbury, 
CO. Somerset, 20 April 1919. 

LAW. Vol. 7, page 62. — Julia, widow of 
Patrick Francis Law, died, aged 82, 
at The Willows, Shurdington, co. 
Gloucester, 24 May 1919. 



LEE. Vol. 2, page 64. — Ellen, younger 
daughter of the Rev. Frederick Lee, 
died at Old Slevingford Hall, Ripon, 
CO. York, 19 July, and was buried at 
North Stainley, co. York, 23 July 19 17. 

LEES. Vol. 4, page 151. — Major Eric 
Brown Lees, Slierwood Foresters, was 
killed inaction 31 July 1918. 

Page 152. — Mary Ellen, only daughter 
of J.nmes Lees, died, aged 68, at Wood- 
land Hall, Broughton-in-Furness, co. 
I^ancaster, 24 April 191 9. 

Alfred Robin Martyn Lees, Driver 
Royal Army Service Corps, was killed in 
action, aged 33, atEcoust, 21 March 19 18. 

Page 153. — Godfrey Cardwell, only 
child of Joseph Cardwell and Evelyn 
Daisy Lees, died, aged 10, at 'I'hurland 
Castle, CO. Lancaster, 27 August, and 
was buried at Tunstall 30 August 1912. 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 156 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xviii.) — The 
Hon''''= Richard and Doreen Coke have 
further issue a son, born 3 April 19 18. 

Page 160. — Thomas Francis, Earl of 
Lichfield, died at Shugborough, co. 
Stafford, on Monday, 29 July 191 8. 

LEIGH. Vol. 16, page 85.-Emily 
Mary, widow of the Rev. Walter Leigh, 
died 3 September 19 19. 

LEVESON-GOWER. Vol. i, page 25. 
William GeorgeGresham Leveson-Gower, 
Lieutenant ist Battalion Coldstream 
Guards, was killed in action at Awoingt, 
near Cambrai, France, aged 35, 9 
October 19 18. 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 37.— 
Isaliella Louiza Mcllree, widow of 
Colonel Edward Gordon Lillingston, 
died, aged 82, at Gloucester House, 
Lansdown, co. Gloucester, 20 May 1919. 

LINDSAY. Vol. 4, page 105.— William 
Alexander Lindsay, K.C., was appointed 
Norroy King of Arms and Principal 
Herald of the North part of England in 
September 1919. 

Captain John Colin Howard Lindsay, 
R.N., married at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 8 August 1918, 
Katharine Claudia Bruce, youngest 
daughter of Claud Hamilton Hamilton 
of Dunmore Park, co. Stirling, and of 
Barnes and Cochna, co. Dumbarton, 
J.P.,D.L. 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



LITTLE. Vol. 5 {see Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page viii.) — Charles Caruthers Little, 
Captain Royal Garrison Artillery, eldest 
son of Charles William Little {see page 
86), married at Corfe, co. Somerset, 24 
April 19 1 9, Gladys Ada, eldest daughter 
of Captain Richard, late of Mount 
Morgan, Queensland, Australia. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. i, page 238.— 
Catherine, widow of Captain Henry 
William Assheton Littledale, R.N., died 
at Fairlinch, Winchester, co. Hants, 
17 June, and was buried in St. 
James' Cemetery, Winchester, 21 June 
1918. 

Sir George John Armytage, Baronet, 
died, aged 76, at Kirklees Park, 
Brighouse, co. York, 8 November, and 
was buried at Hartshead, co. York, \^ 
November 1918 {see page 234). 

Addenda, Vol. 4, page iv. — Willoughby 
John Littledale, Captain Oxfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire (S2nd) Light Infantry 
(only son of Willoughby .\ston Little- 
dale, see page 240), served in European 
War, wounded at Beaumont Han)el 
November 1916, and was killed in 
action, aged 22, near Bapaume, France, 
23 March 1918. M.L at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London. 

LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6, page 154 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 16, page xxxi.) — William 
Herbert Clydwyn and Dorothy Louisa 
Llewellyn have further issue a daughter, 
Mary Constantia, born at Court Colman, 
Bridgend, co. Glamorgan, 3 April 1919, 
baptised at Penyfai, co. Glamorgan. 

LLOYD. Vol. 10, page 99.— Sibyl 
Helen Angharad, youngest daughter of 
Llewellyn Lloyd, was married at Kirby- 
le-Soken, co. Essex, 15 October 19 19, 
to James Marcus Smeed, Captain Royal 
Army Service Corps, elder son of G. H. 
Smeed. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109 (and 
Addenda, Vol. /<?, page //.)— Major 
Vivian Noverre Lockett, 17th Lancers, 
and Violet Rees his wife, have issue two 
sons, (Jeorge Vivian Lockett, born at 
50 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, 
London, 5 February, baptised at the 
Curragh Camp 28 April 1918; and 
Patrick Ronald Lockett, born at Crov,-n 
Point, Norwich, 22 May, baptised at 
Bixley, co. Norfolk, 6 July 19 19. 



LOCKETT, continued. 

Addenda, Vol. 6, page viii. — 
Garstang Bradstock Lockett, Captain 
Cheshire Regiment, youngest son of 
Garstang Bradstock Lockett {see page 
112), died at a casualty clearing 
station of wounds received in action, 
aged 21, 4 November 19 18. 

LOMBE. Vol. 19, page 90. — Colonel 
Charles Spencer Brown Evans-Lombe 
married 2ndly at St. Cybi's, Holyhead, 
CO. Anglesey, 21 September 1918, Evelyn 
Gaitskell-Burr, Commandant of Beach 
Hospital, Holyhead. They have issue 
a daughter, Penelope, bom at The 
Mount, Beer, co. Devon, 20 July 1919. 

LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 70.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Llewellyn Wood Longstaff, 
formerly of the ist (Volunteer) Battalion 
East Yorkshire Regiment, died, aged 77, 
at Ridgelands, Wimbledon Common, co. 
Surrey, 20 November, and was cremated 
at Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, 26 
Novembt-r 1918. 

Page 71 {and Addenda, Vol. i8, 
page .xlvi.). — Captain Tom George and 
Dora Mary Hamilton Longstaff, have 
further issue a daughter, Barbara Dixon, 
born at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 1 5 
October, baptised at Ringwood, co. 
Hants, 17 December 1918. 

LOWE, with HILL-LOWE. Vol. 16, 
page 150. — Thomas Arthur Hill-Lowe 
died, aged 74, at Belburyhayes, Ottery 
St. Mary, co. Devon, 30 October 1919. 

LYSTER. Vol. 4, page 124 {<^nd 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Hi.) — Lumley 
FitzGerald and Gladys Faith Friend 
Lyster, have issue a son, born at West 
Kirby, co. Chester, 20 January 19 19. 

Page 125 {and Addenda, Vtd. ig, 
page Hi.) — Ronald Guy Lyster, O.B.E., 
Croix de Guerre (avec palmcs) France, 
Captain Royal .\ir Force, and Ada Erica 
his wife, have issue a son, John Neal 
Lyster, born at Sandgate, co. Kent, 
7 December 19 18, baptised at Great 
Baddow, co. Essex, 16 March 19 19. 

LYTE. Vol. 5, page 155.— Arthur 
Maxwell Lyte married at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, Pimlico, London, 29 
July 1919, Agnes Elizabeth RoUo, only 
daughter of the Rev. Robert Melville 
Gore Browne, Rector of Leckhampstead, 
CO. Buckingham. She died, aged 35, 
29 October, and was buried at Leck- 
hampstead I November 19 19. 



ADDITIONS fs' CORRECTIONS. 



MACNAMARA. Vol. 3, page 92.— Amy, 
widow of Francis Nottidge Macnamara, 
M.I)., died, aged 86, at the Convent, 
Bon Secours, 166 Westbourne Grove, 
Paddington, London, 10 March, and 
was buried at Woking, co. Surrey, 13 
March 19 19. 

Page 93. — Nora, eldest daughter of 
Nottidge Charles Macnamara, F.R.C.S., 
and wife of Montagu Lubbock, M.D. 
(see Vol. 12, page 68), died, aged 52, 
25 July 1918. 

Lieut.-Colonel Charles Carroll Mac- 
namara died of wounds received in 
action 1 July 19 16. 

MADAN. Vol. 19, page 33. — Frederick 
Charles Nigel Madan married at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
3 June 1919, Roma de Morella 
Montague of London. 

MANX. Vol. I {see Addenda, Vol. 4, 
page tv.) — George Arthur Mant, Captain 
.Suffolk Regiment, only son of Artliur 
French Mant {see page 1^4), married 
at Christ Church, Woking, co. Surrey, 
3 January 1918, Elsie Muriel, youngest 
daughter of William Slark of Woking, 
Solicitor. 

MAPLE. Vol. 10, page 54.— Emily 
Harriet, widow of Sir John Blundell 
Maple, Baronet, and wife of Montague 
Ballard, died 24 August 1919. 

MARKHAM. Vol 2, page 29.— Alice, 
daughter of Arthur Bayley Markbam, 
died at Grendon, co. Northampton, 13 
June, and was buried at Grendon 1 7 
June 19 1 9. 

Page 31 {and Addenda, Vol. J, 
page vi.) — Mary Sheldon, wife of John 
Mansel Markbam, died at Radbrook, 
Dallington, Northampton, 27 September, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Dallington i October 1918. 

MARRIOTT. Vol. 10, page 102.— 
Charles Marriott died, aged 69, at 
Coteslsach, co. Leicester, 9 July, and 
was buried there 12 July 19 18. 

Page 104. — Ethel Gertrude, only 
daughter of the Rev. George Strickland 
Marriott, was married at Sigglesthorne, 
CO. York, 23 July 1918, to Captain 
Charles Legard, M.C., eldest surviving 
son of D. C. Legard of Heighington 
Hall, Lincoln. 



MARSHALL. Vol. 4, page 119.— 
Florence Annie, widow of Mark Bell 
Bell-Marshall, died, aged 57, at Bruns- 
wick House, Stroud, co. Gloucester, 
24 August, and was buried at Stroud 
27 August 19 1 8. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 15, page 99.— 
Felicia Dora, 4th daughter of Edward 
Henry Marshall, was married at St. 
Michael's, Oxford, 19 April 191 7, to 
the Rev. Arthur Basil Brooker, Chaplain 
to the I'orces, son of the Rev. John 
William Brooker. 

MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 62.— Patricia 
Barrington, widow of His Honor Judge 
Sir .Alfred George Marten, K.C., died 
at Glaslip, St. Leonard's- on -Sea, co. 
Sussex, 26 April 1918. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 83.— The Rev. 
Thomas Waddon Martyn, Vicar of 
Aston .Vbbots, co. Buckingham, died, 
aged 73, at Oxford, n April 1918. 
> Page 83 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page xiii.) — Philip Docton and Agnata 
Mary Neale Martyn have further issue 
a daughter, Agnata Bridget Docton, 
born at The Croft, Ashburn Road, 
Stockport, CO. Lancaster, 23 November, 
baptised at St. Martin's, Norris Bank, 
near Stockport, 28 December 1918. 

MASON. Vol. 15, page 135 {and 
Addenda, Vol. jg, page liii.) — Theodore 
Septimus Mason, who married Violet 
Marion, daughter of George Imson 
{not Howard) Goodhart, have issue 
a daughter, Diana Violet, bom at 
Ceylon 12 January 1912 ; two sons, 
Jotm Goodhart .Mason, born at Ceylon 
r January 1914, and Howard Goodhart 
Mason, born at Ceylon 3 April 191 7. 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 143.— John 
Henry Master died, aged 87, at Mont- 
rose House, Petersham, co. Surrey, 29 
January, and was buried at Petersham 
I February 1919. 

MATHER. Vol. 4, page 34.— Charles 
Alfred Mather died, aged 90, at Heath- 
cote, Bootle, CO. Lancaster, 27 July 19 19. 
Page 34 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page xxvi.) — The Rev. Edward Leigh 
and Sophia Gladys Matiier have further 
issue a son, Alfred Leigh Mather, born 
at the Rectory, Halsall, co. Lancaster, 
20 October, baptised at Halsall 20 
November 19 18. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



XXVll 



MAUGHAN - ETTRICK. Vol. 13, 
page 197. — For further appointments 
and issue to the Rev. Slade Ettrick 
Maughan-Ettrick, see Pedigree of 
Mau;4han, jiage 171 of present volume. 

MAWDESLEY. Vol. 14, page 87.— 
John Ltjyland Mawdesley married at 
St. Stephen's, Porthmd Town, London, 
30 April 19 1 9, Maria M. E. B. Z. 
Verhaeghe of Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3 {see Addenda Vol. 3, 
page vi.) — Vintcent Charles Serocold 
Mellor, Lieutenant 5th Battalion King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, younger son of Sir 
John Paget Mellor, K.C.B. {see page 
8&), died, aged 21, at a Red Cross 
Hospital for Officers in London 2 1 
March 1919. 

Page 87 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
xl/x.) — John Francis Shaw Mellor, 
Captain Royal Army Service Corps, and 
Winifred Katherine Alice his wife, have 
further issue a daughter, Jeanne 
Katherine Morant, born at 4 Cam- 
bridge Road, West Bournemouih, co. 
Hants, 10 July, baptised at Emery 
Down, CO. Hants, in September 1918. 

Page 87. — Lady Geraldine Elizabeth, 
youngest daughter of the Rt. Hon'"'"' 
John William Mellor, and widow of the 
Hon'''^ Sir William Henry Goschen (see 
Vol. I J, page ij8), died at 47 Cadogan 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 23 
November, and was buried at Flimwell, 
CO. Sussex, 27 November 19 18. 

Page 88 (and Addenda, Vol. i<p, 
page liv.) — Philip Horace Leyland 
Mellor, Captain West Yorkshire Regi- 
ment, and Elsie Marsden his wife, have 
further issue a son, born at Charnwood, 
Holywell Avenue, Monkseaton, co. 
Northumberland, 4 January 19 19. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 133.— 
Nesbit Edward \Villoughby, Corporal 
Canadian Contingent, missing since 19 
November 19 16, now officially reported 
killed in action, aged 37. 

Page 133 (and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page I.) — Archibald Macdonald Wil- 
loughby, Lieut.-Commander Royal Navy, 
and ^L1l)el Doris his wife, have further 
issue a (iaugliter, Prudence, born at 
]!eltwood, Rickmansworth, co. Hertford, 
22 April, baptised at ("horley Wood, co. 
Hertford, 30 June 1918. 

Page 134. — The Rev. Nesbit Edward 
Willoughby, Vicar of Bickington, co. 
Devon, died, aged 64, in February 1919. 



MIDDLETON, continued. 

Page 136. — Joe Henry Claude 
Willoughby, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
married at the Cathedral, Birmingliam, 
14 March 1919, Enid Mary, youngest 
daughter of Harry J. Clements of 
Somerville House, Sutton Coldfield, co. 
Warwick. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 96.— The 
Hon'''"= Albinia Frances, youngest 
daughter of C'harles, Viscount Midleton, 
and wife of Alexander Samuel I^slie- 
Melville, died, aged 86, at Francroft, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 18 March, 
and was buried at Branston, co. 
Lincoln, 21 March 1918. 

Alexander Samuel Leslie-Melville 
died, aged 89, at Lincoln, 29 January 
1919. 

MILNER. Vol. 13, page 38. -Granville 
Henry Milner died in 191 1, and was 
buried at Frant, co. Kent. 

MOLESV\/ORTH. Vol. 3, page 38.— 
Loveday Barl);ira, eldest daughter of 
the Rev. Sir Paul William Molesworth, 
Baronet, died at Lanherne Convent, St. 
Mawgan, co. Cornwall, 10 August 1909, 
and was buried there. 

Page 39. — Blanche Mary Twysden, 
2nd daughter of AValter Hele Moles- 
worth, and wife of Brigade-Surgeon 
Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Myers, died at 73 
St. George's Road, Pimlico, London, 18 
October, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 22 October 19 19. 

Margaret Dorothea, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. Sir Paul William Molesworth, 
Baronet, died, aged 62, at the Convent 
of the Good Shepherd, F^^ast Finch ley, 
CO. Middlesex, 23 February 19 19, and 
was buried there. 

MONCK. Vol. 2, page 137.— The Rev. 
I'.dward Francis Berkeley Monckdiedat 
The Temple, Longhope, co. Gloucester, 
17 September 19 18. 

Page 138.— George Francis Bligh 
Monck married at the parish church, 
Paignton, co. Devon, 5 June 1919, 
M::rjorie Maud, younger daughter of 
Robert Lempridre Hesketh (see Vol. /, 
page ijg). 

MOOR. Vol. 17, page loS.— Roland 
Christopher Thomas Moor died, aged 
69, at Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 11 
October 19 19. 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



MOORE. Vol. 8, page 105. — Sarah 
Hannah, 5th daughter of Edward 
Moore, died at Montgomery 16 March, 
and was buried there 20 March 19 14. 

Page 107. — John Moore died at 
Handsworth, co. Stafford, 17 May, 
and was cremated at Perry Barr, co. 
Stafford, 21 May 19 14. 

MOORE. Vol. 14, page 146. — Aubrey 
Bonvill Daniel Moore of Withycombe, 
Sidmouth, co. Devon, Captain 2/4th 
Battalion Devonshire Regiment, married 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 7 November 
19 1 2, Ellen Marion, daughter of W. C. 
Mercer Adams. They have issue two 
sons, Michael St. Aubyn Moore, born 
at Sidmouth 16 August, baptised at 
Bath 23 September 1913, and Aubrey 
Richard Moore, born at Sidmouth 26 
October, baptised at Sidmouth 2 1 
December 19 16. 

MOORE. Vol. i6, page 70. — George John 
Moore died i October, and was buried :'.t 
Appleby, co. Leicester, 4 October 19 16. 

MORKILL. Vol. s, page 52.— Alan 
Greenwood Morkill, 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Garrison Artillery, married at the 
parish church, Marylebone, London, 
14 November 1918, Cynthia Mary, 
2nd daughter of Edmund Owen, 
F.R.C.S., of 64 Great Cumberland 
Place, Hyde Park, London. 

Page 54. — Francis Edward Morkill, 
Captain Canadian Forces, was killed in 
action, aged 27, 15 September 1916. 

Maria Carlota, only daughter of 
William Lucius Morkill, formerly 
Representative in Lima, Peru, of the 
Peruvian Corporation, was married at 
All Saints', Milan, Italy, 8 September 
19 1 9, to Roderick William MacKay, 
British Vice-Consul, son of William 
MacKay. 

MORRICE. Vol. 14, page 56.— Cuthbert 
Henry Morrice, Captain ist Battalion 
Royal Fusiliers, died, aged 59, at 
Mark's 'ley, co. Essex, 31 May 19 17. 

MORRIS. Vol. 8, page 133.— Amherst 
Henry Gage Morris died at Elton Villa, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 13 February 
1919. 

Page 1 36. — Captain Frederick Philipse 
Morris, Mercantile Marine, died, aged 
59, at sea, on his way home, 18 June 
1 91 9, and was buried at Suez. 



MORRIS. Vol. 17, page 86.— Charles 
Sculthorpe Morris, M.R.C.S., married 
at Kill, CO. Dublin, 7 August 1914, 
Frances Mary Alicia, daughter of 
William Fitzwilliam Burton of Burton 
Hall, CO. Carlow, and of Goltho, co. 
Lincoln. They have issue a daughter, 
Helen Frances Delicia, born at 13 St. 
John's Road, Putney Hill, co. Surrey, 
2 April, baptised at Goltho Hall, 
Wragby, co. Lincoln, 11 August 1916; 
and a son, Philip Charles Hamilton 
Morris, born at 13 St. John's Road, 
Putney Hill, i October 1918, baptised 
there privately 25 May 1919. 

MURRAY-AYNSLEY. Vol. 7, page 
78. — Charles Edward Murray Murray- 
Aynsley died, aged 67, at Inishanboe, 
Oughterard, co. Galway, zo A[)ril 
1918. 

NELSON. Vol. 13, page 190.— Lady 
Alice Mary Diana, daughter of Horatio, 
I'^arl Nelson, died, aged 75, at The 
Rectory, \Venvoe, co. Glamorgan, 18 
Aug\ist 1919. 

NEWDlGATE. Vol. 7, page 54.— 
Lucia Charlotte Susan, elder daughter 
of Sir Francis Alexander Newdigate- 
Newdegate, was married at St. David's 
Cathedral, Hobart, Tasmania, 21 July 
1919, to John Maurice Fitzroy, Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy, youngest son of 
the Hon'''^ Edward Algernon Fitzroy 
of Fox Hill, West Haddon, co. 
Northampton, M.P. 

Page 57. — Bernard Henry Newdi- 
gate married at St. Mary's, Cadogan 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 12 June 
19 1 9, Ada, only surviving daughter of 
James Henry Monnhan, Q.C. 

Page 58. — Winifred Mary Augusta, 
youngest daughter of Lieut. -General Sir 
Henry Richard Legge Newdigate, 
K.C.B., was married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, 8 June 1918, to J. C. 
Glanville, Captain The Royal Scots 
Fusiliers. 

NORBURY. Vol. n, page 175.- 
Thomas William Norbury died, aged 
71, at The Lench House, Alveston, 
CO. Warwick, 14 April, and was buried 
17 April 1919. 

Page 176. — Willoughby Norbury died, 
aged 67, at 10 Mayfield Avenue, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, co. AVarwick, 7 April 19 18. 



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NORRIS. Vol. 17, page 102. — Charles 
Norris died, aged 84, at Wythegate, 
Staines, co. Middlesex, 23 March, and 
was buried in Highgate Old Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 28 March IQ18. 

OLIVE. Vol. I, page 232. — Alfred 
'J'heodore Olive died, aged 66, at 15 
Adam Street, Portman Square, London, 
12 November, and was buried in the 
cemetery at East Sheen, co. Surrey, 
17 November 1919. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 16.— Mary 
Clementina, widow of Colonel Alfred 
OUivant, Indian Staff Corps and 
Inspector-General of Police, North- 
West Provinces, died at 15 College 
Crescent, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
29 September, and was cremated at 
Golder's Green, co. Middlesex, 3 
September 1919. 

Brigadier -General Alfred Henry 
Ollivant, C.B., C.M.G., Royal Artillery, 
Lieut.-Colonel (by brevet) 1914, C.M.G. 
February 1916, died at 30 Bury Street, 
St. James', Westminster, 1 September, 
and was cremated at Golder's Green, 
CO. Middlesex, 5 September 19 19. 

Page 17. — Joseph Earle Ollivant died, 
aged 78, at 5 Sheffield Terrace, Kensing- 
ton, London, 10 April, and was buried 
at Llandaff, co. Glamorgan, 13 April 19 18. 

Page 18. — Rupert Charles Ollivant 
married at St. James', Sussex Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London, 24 February 19 19, 
Rhoste Chapman. 

ORME. Vol. 10, page 86.— The Rev. 
Edward Bathurst Cotton died, aged 60, 
at the Vicarage, Crondall, co. Hants, 
14 July, and was buried at Crondall 
17 July 1919. 

Page 88. — Elizabeth Henrietta, widow 
of Henry Merton Orme, died, aged 70, 
at Lutwicke, Bath Road, Worthing, co. 
Sussex, 19 November, and was buried 
at Broadwater, co. Su.ssex, 21 November 
1919. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
168. — Alice Harriett Cromie, wife of 
Denis Robert Pack-Beresford, died at 
The Tansey, Howth, co. Dublin, 2 Tune 
191S. 

PACKE. ^'ol. 7, page 167. — Edward 
Alexander Packe, Captain Royal Air 
Force, married at Holy Trinity, Little 
Am well, CO. Hertford, 24 April 19 19, 
Claudia Lilian, daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Wright Barclay, Vicar of 
Little Amwell. 



PARISH. Vol. 18, page 90.— Dorothy 
Margarita, elder daughter of Major 
Woodbine Parish, was married at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 25 
November 19 18, to Major Keith R. 
Park, M.C., koyal Air Force, son of 
Profes.sor J. L. Park of Aberdeen and 
of New Zealand. 

Piige 91. — Frank Parish died at 
Park House, Brad well, co. Essex, 13 
June 19 1 9. 

Page 94. — Arthur \Voodbyne Parish 
died, aged 64, at 1 2 St. Andrew's 
Mansions, Dorset Street, London, 19 
July, and was buried at Ganarew, co. 
Hereford, 23 July 1919. 

PARMOOR. Vol. 19, page 124.— Mary 
Pennington, widow of Henry Lawrence 
Cripps, died, aged 78, 30 October, and 
was buried at Frieth, co. Buckingham, 
6 November 19 19. 

Page 127. — Major Henry Harrison 
Cripps, D.S.O., Royal Fusiliers, married 
at the Cathedral, i^elfast, 18 April 19 18, 
Hilda Barbour, 4th daughter of Henry 
Pring of Beechlawn, Dunraurry, co. 
Antrim. 

Page 12S. — Lord Parmoor married 
2ndly at St. Saviour's Catliedral, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, 14 July 19 19, 
Marian Emily, daughter of the Right 
Hon"' John Edward Ellis, ^LP., of 
Wrea Head, Scalby, co. York. 

PARRY. Vol. 15, page 103. — Sir Charles 
Hubert Hastings Parry, Baronet, 
C.V.O., D.C.L., LL.D., died, aged 70, 
at Rustington, co. Sussex, 7 October, 
and was buried in St. Paul's Cathedral, 
London, 16 October 19 18. 

Page 104. — Major Michael Denman 
Gambier Parry married at St. Peter"s, 
Eaton Square, London, 23 November 
191 8, Barbara Evelyn, elder daughter 
of Captain Herbert Tufnell of Fairfields, 
Hatfield Peverel, co. Esse.x. 

Edith Joan Gambier, only daughter of 
Sidney ("Tambier Parry, was married at 
Ockham, co. Surrey, 24 June 191 9, to 
Captain Lancelot George Miles, D.S.O., 
Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch), 
eldest son of C.eorge H. Miles of 
Wclwyn, CO. Hertford. 

Richard Gambier Parry, Royal \\'elsh 
Fusiliers, married at St. Martin's in-the 
Fields, Westminster, 26 Septemberi9i9, 
Diana Marian Agnes, eldest daughter of 
A. R. Norrington of Plymouth, co. Devon, 
and widow of Charles George Williams 
Andrews, Captain Border Regiment. 



ADDITIONS (y CORRECTIONS. 



PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 164.— 
Sophia Sarah, 2nd daughter of Frederick 
Robert Partridge, died at Hockham 
Lodge, Ashstead, co. Surrey, 30 May 
19 18, and was buried at Ashstead. 

PASSINGHAM. Vol. 18, page 61.— 
Catherine Amy, widow of George 
Augustus Passingham, died, aged 77, at 
Eastnor, Ledbury, co. Hereford, 19 
April 1918. 

The Rev. William Stuart Macgowan, 
LL.I)., was instituted Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Kingsway, Higii Holborn, 
London, 5 October 19 19. 

PATCHETT. Vol. 11, page 164.— 
Reginald Gordon Patchett, Lieutenant 
East African Military Labour Bureau, 
died of illness contracted on active 
service at Navassha, British East Africa, 
7 March 19 18. 

PEACOCK. Vol. lo, page 118 (and 
Addenda, Vol. iS, page liv.) — Herbert 
St. George and Marguerite Olive 
Peacock have issue a daughter, born at 
Khartoum, Eastern Sudan, Egypt, 22 
December 1917. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. Vol. 5, page 
14. — ALajor Oliver Pearce-Edgcumbe, 
M.C., Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 
married at Holy Trinity, Kensington 
Gore, London, 19 December 1918, 
Elinor, only daughter of George Metcalfe 
Dodd. 

PEARCE - SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, 
page 56 (and Addenda, Vol. 18, page 
liv.) — Brigadier-General Eric and the 
Hon'^'"^ Blanche Florence Daphne 
Pearce-Serocold have further issue a 
son, Arthur John Pearce-Serocold, born 
at Alderley Park, co. Chester, 16 August 
19 18, baptised at Alderley. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 99. — Frances 
Cecilia, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
James Robert Pears and widow of the 
Rev. Charles Bathurst Fendall, died, 
aged 82, 13 May, and was buried at 
Windlesham, co. Surrey, 16 May 1918. 

Page 106 (and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page Iviii.) — Steuart Arnold Pears, 
Lieutenant Royal Navy, and Anne his 
wife, have further issue a son, William 
Steuart Pears, born at Rowland's Gill, 
CO. Durham, 29 April, baptised at St. 
Barnabas', Rowland's Gill, 8 June 1919. 



PEARS, continued. 

Page 106. — Arthur Grant and Jessie 
Elizabeth de Visme Pears had further 
issue a daughter, Muriel Joyce Luard, 
who died, aged 12, at Stone Cross, 
Crowborough, co. Sussex, 6 July 1918. 

PEARSON. Vol. 10, page 77.— Frank 
Stanley Pearson, M.C., Captain Dorset 
Regiment, married at Chandlers Ford, 
CO. Hants, 2 March 1918, Cecily, elder 
daughter of John Henry Thornhill of 
Merdon, Chandlers Ford. 

Page 77 (and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
pagelix.) — Henry Sim Ibbetson Pearson, 
Captain Indian Infantry, and Emily 
Blanche his wife, have issue a son, Gerald 
Lionel Pearson, born at Ootacamund, 
Madras, India, 11 November 1918. 

PECKHAM. Vol. 17, page 192.— Edith, 
wife of the Rev. Harry John Peckham, 
died at Summersdale, Chichester, co. 
Sussex, 25 March, and was buried at 
Aldingbourne, co. Sussex, 28 March 
1918. 

Page 193. — Arthur Nyton Peckham, 
Lieutenant Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers, acting Captain Indian Infantry, 
was killed by a fall from his horse, 
aged 36, 14 February 19 18. 

PENNY. Vol. 19, page 115.— The 
surname of the Rev. John Stroud's 
mother should have been Nancolas 
\not Naucolas]. He was Rector of 
South Perrott with Mosterton and 
Diocesan Inspector of co. Dorset \not 
CO. Wilts]. 

PENNYMAN. Vol. 18, page 174.— 
William Ramsden Worsley and Mary, 
daughter of /Eneas MacDonald, were 
married at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 
7 August 1862. She died n March 
1908, and was buried at Brockville, 
Ontario, Canada, with her husband. 
Their son, William Macdonald Worsley, 
was born at Kingston -tyO June 1863, 
and baptised there. Lydia, their 
daughter, was born at Kingston, and 
buried at Bockville. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol 2 (see Addenda, 
Vol. 5, page »//.)— Cyril Powys Pen- 
ruddocke (elder son of John Powys 
Penruddocke, see page 4j), Captain 
nth Royal Sussex Regiment, reported 
missing, since believed to have been 
killed in action, aged 20, near Hamel, 
3 September 1916. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



XXXI 



PENRUDDOCKE, continued. 

Page 45. — Charles Penruddocke, 
Lieutenant 7th Battalion Wiltshire 
Regiment, was killed in action, aged 
25, in France, 4 October 1918. 

Addenda, Vol. 4, page v. — Laetitia 
Constance, youngest daughter of 
Charles Penruddocke {see page 4j), was 
married 20 August 191 7, to Edgar 
Bowie, H.M. Vice-Consul at Marseilles, 
France. 

Addenda, Vol. 6, page .v. — Thomas 
Penruddocke, 2nd Lieutenant 7th Bat- 
talion Wiltshire Regiment, youngest 
son of Charles Penruddocke {see 
page 4S), was killed in action, aged 
19, in the battle of Lake Doiran, 
Greece, while serving in the European 
War, 24 April 19 17. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 69.— Charlotte, 
widow of Stanley Percival, died, aged 
100, at The Hermitage, Woking, co. 
Surrey, 18 November, and was buried 
25 November 19 19. 

Page 71. — Vera Dorothy, 2nddaughter 
of the Rev. Charles James Percival, was 
married at Pluckley, co. Kent, 12 August 
1919, to Henry Rupert Sullivan. 

PEREN (and DINHAM-PEREN). 

Vol. 9, page 150. — In line 4, first 
column, I^Iary, wife of William Peren, 
was the daughter of the Rev. Henry 
Burchall, Rector of Norton - sub - 
Hamdon, co. Somerset. 

Elizabeth, wife of Burchall-Peren, 
was bom 9 July 1797. 

Edward Dinham Peren of Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia, about 1887, assumed 
as his name Edward Dinham-Peren. 
He died, aged 64, at Melbourne 6 
January, and was buried in Kew Ceme- 
tery, Victoria, 9 January 191 5. His 
wife, Amy Evans (born at Warwick, 
Merivale, Queensland, 28 September 
1 861), died, aged 44, at Melbourne 
4 April 1906, and was buried in Kew 
Cemetery. 

Burchall Dinham-Peren of Tango 
Vale, Stantliorpe, Queensland, married 
at Brisbane 22 April 19 14, Margaret 
Harpur, elder daughter of John Laskcy 
Woolcock of Brisbane, Banister-at-Law ; 
born at Brisbane 7 May 1892. They 
had issue a daughter, Margaret Mary, 
bom at Tango Vale, Stanthorpe, 
Queensland, 16 April 19 16. Burchall 
Dinham-Peren died on service with 
Australian Engineers at No. 20 Casualty 



PEREN, continued. 

Clearing Station, Charleroi, Belgium, 4 
March 19 19. 

Arthur Edward Halloran Dinham- 
Peren of Cape Colony, South Africa, 
was born 12 \nol 10] June 1882 ; joined 
the 2nd Kimberley Regiment October 

19 14, transferred to South African 
Engineer Corps December 191 4, 2nd 
Lieutenant December 1914, Lieutenant 
March 1915; served in German West 
Africa 1914-15 ; Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers in ICngland 20 February 
igi6. Captain Royal Engineers 191 7. 
He married at St. Cyprian's Cathedral, 
Kimberley, South Africa, i6 September 

1915, Irene Rosina, younger daughter 
of George William Compton of Kim- 
berley. They have issue twin children, 
a son, George Edward Dinham-Peren, 
and a daughter. Amy Irene, born at 
Gillingham, co. Kent, 9 May, baptised 
at St. Augustine's, Gillingham, 13 June 
1916. 

Edward l''ngland Dinham-Peren of 
Stanthorpe, Queensland, married Eliza- 
beth Gordon of Brisbane, Queensland. 
They have issue a son, Jack Gordon 
Dinham-Peren, born at Townsville, 
Queensland, 13 February 1905. 

Page 151. — Thomas Dinham Peren 
was born 16 \twt 17] May 1824. Mary, 
his wife, was born 8 December 1829. 
They were married at St. Pancras', 
London, 18 December 1S55. 

Page 152. — Robert Burchall Peren 
was bom 16 September 1830 \!wt as 
printed]. 

Mary Ann Burchall Peren was bom 
17 July 1822. 

PERRINS. Vol. 8, page 120.— Charles 
Francis Dyson Perrins, Lieutenant 
Royal Field Artillery, married at the 
Priory Church, Great Malvern, co. 
Worcester, 28 January 191S, Katharine 
Margaret, younger daughter of Arthur 
Holbeche of Priors Croft, Malvern. 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30.— Francis 
William Pixley was appointed a J. P. 
for Buckinghamshire in December, 
and was sworn in at Quarter Sessions 
30 December 1 918 ; appointed Receiver- 
General of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem in 1917. 

Page 31. — Violet, eldest daughter of 
Major Stewart .\ikin Pixley of Maybury 
Knowle, Woking, co. Surrey, was 
married at the parish church, Woking, 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PIXLEY, continued. 

CO. Surrey, 29 October 1918, to Richard 
Harborne Rombulow Madeley, eldest 
son of Richard Madeley of Canley, 
Coventry, co. Warwick. 

Page 31 (and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page Ix.) — Stewart Edward and Kath- 
leen Grattan Pixley have issue a 
daughter, Joan Elizabeth Grattan, born 
at Redruth, co. Cornwall, 8 May, 
baptised at Ruan Minor, co. Cornwall, 
27 June 1919. 

Barbara, 2nd daughter of Major 
Stewart Aikin Pixley, O.B.E., V.D., 
and widow of William Blyth Fuller {see 
Addenda, Vol. ly, page xxx), Captain 
(The Queen's) Royal West Surrey 
Regiment, who was killed in action, 
aged 31, at Festubert 16 May 19 15, 
was married zndly at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, London, 5 January 1918, to 
Charles Molyneux Smith, M.C., Captain 
Royal Flying Corps, eldest son of 
Arthur Smith of Glenavon, Oaklands 
Road, Bedford. They adopted the 
surname of Carington on their marriage. 

Page 32. — Reginald George Hewett 
Pixley, M.C., Captain 7th London 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery (attached 
Royal Flying Corps), was killed in action, 
aged 24, 4 June 1917. 

PLAYER. Vol. 15, page 174.— Kathleen 
Mary, eldest daughter of William 
Goodacre Player, was married at 
Lenton, co. Nottingham, 30 October 
19 1 9, to Frederick Henry Le Gendre 
Horton, Captain Rifle Brigade, 2nd 
son of the Rev. Le Gendre George 
Horton Starkie, Vicar of Wellow, co. 
Somerset, and Prebendary of Wells. 

POLE-CAREW. Vol. 5, page 147.— 
Frances lone, only daughter of Charles 
Edward Pole-Carew, was married at 
Little Hempston, co. Devon, 20 
November 19 iS, to Major Roy Morell, 
D.S.O., Australian Imperial Force. 

PORTMAN. Vol. II, page 36.— William 
Henry Berkeley, Viscount Portman, 
died, aged 90, at 22 Portman Square, 
London, 16 October, and was buried 
at Bryanston, co. Dorset, 21 October 
1919. 

Page 40. — Georgiana Isabella, widow 
of Seymour Berkeley Portman-Dalton, 
D.L., J. P., died, aged 72, at Fillinyhani 
Castle, Lincoln, 7 April, and was buried 
at Fillingham 13 April 1918. 



PORTMAN, continued. 

Page 43. — Berkeley Portman died, 
aged 61, at The King Barrow, Wareham, 
CO. Dorset, 7 August 19 iS. 

Lieut. - Commander Maurice Percy 
Berkeley Portman, R.N., mairied at 
St. Saviour's, Walton Street. Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 21 February 191 8, Joan 
Wycliffe, elder daughter of Major- 
General Charles William Thompson, 
C.B., D.S.O., of The Castle, Cape 
Town, General Ofificer Commanding in 
South Africa. They have issue a 
son, born at 7 Penlee Gardens, 
Stoke, Devonport, co. Devon, 15 June 
1919. 

POWELL-COTTON. Vol. 9, page 60. 
Percy Horace Gordon and Hannah 
Brayton Powell - Cotton have further 
issue a son, Christopher Powell Cotton, 
born at Quex Park, Birchington, co. 
Kent, 23 February 19 18. 

POWIS. Vol. 13, page 112.— Phyllis 
Hedworth Camilla Herbert, younger 
daughter of Colonel Edward William 
Herbert, was married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, i June 191 8, 
to Martin Drummond Vesey Holt, 
eldest son of Vesey George Mac- 
kenzie Holt of Mount Mascal, Bexley, 
CO. Kent. 

Page 113. — Florentia Caroline, eldest 
daughter of the Hon'''' Robert Charles 
Herbert, died 2 March 1919. 

PRENTICE. Vol. I, page 148 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Ixi.) — George 
Stukeley and Adele Elizabeth Clara 
Prentice have further issue a daughter, 
Jean Wilda, born 10 August 191 8. 

Page 149. — Major Arthur Augustus 
Prentice of Oxton, co. Chester, Royal 
Field Artillery, married at the parish 
church, Eltham, co. Kent, 30 January 
1918, Winefride Audsley, only child of 
Lieut. -Colonel Herbert Besant Tasker 
of Queenscroft, Eltham. 

PRESTON. Vol. 16, page 106 {and 
Addenda, I'ol. ig, pa;;e /.w'.)— Major 
Classon O'Driscoll Preston, D.S.O., 
Royal Field Artilery, and Aimee 
Marguerite his wife, have issue a son, 
Ian O'Driscoll Preston, born at 10 
Polwarth Terrace, Edinburgh, 15 
December 1918, baptised at St. Giles', 
Edinburgh. 



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PRIDEAUX. Vol. s, page 63.— Anstis, 
widow of William Symes Prideaux, died, 
aged 82, at Southfield, Wellington, co. 
Somerset, 16 May, and was buried in the 
cenietery at Wellington 21 May 19 19. 

Page 63 {and Addendas, Vol. 14, page 
xxiii., and Vol. ij, J>ijgexxv.) — William 
de Courcy and Mary Prideaux have 
further issue a son, Roger Treverbyn 
Prideaux, born at 12 Frederick Place, 
Weymouth, co. Dorset, 28 September, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Westhani, 
\\'eymouth, 18 December 1918. 

Page 63 (and Addenda, Vol. /p, 
page Ixii.) — Charles Sydney and Ade- 
line Irene Prideaux have further issue 
a son, Thomas Champernon, born at 
Ermington, Dorchester, 12 August, 
baptised at Holy Trinity, Dorchester, 
22 October 1918. 

Page 64. — Carrie, 2nd daughter of 
Francis Robert Prideaux, and wife of 
Clarence P'ry, died at Roughdown, 
Northwood, 16 August 1918, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Hove, co. 
Sussex. 

PRIDEAUX. Vol. 15, page 1 41. —Walter 
Treverbian and Marion Fenn Prideaux 
have further issue a son, born at 1 1 
Ladbroke Square, Kensington, London, 
10 March 19 18. 

PRIDEAUX- BRUNE.— Vol. 2, page 
98. — Lieut.- Colonel Denys Edward 
Prideaux- Prune, D.S.O., Rifle Brigade, 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 30 July 1918, Cecely Alice 
Grey, only daughter of Sir Philip Henry 
Brian Grey-Egerton of Oulton Park, co. 
Chester, Baronet. They have issue a 
daughter, bom at i Grovesnor Crescent, 
Belgrave Square, London, 26 April 1919. 
Addenda, Vol. 7, page ix. — Edmund 
Nicholas Prideaux-Brune (youngest son 
of Colonel Charles Robert Prideaux- 
Brune, see page g8), who was educated 
at the Royal Military College, Sand- 
hurst, and entered as 2nd Lieutenant 
Rifle Brigade 21 December 191 7, was 
killed in action, aged 19, 22 May 19 18. 

RAGLAN. Vol. II, page 103 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Ixiii.) — 'l"he 
Hon*"'' Wellesley FitzRoy and Edith 
Lesley Somerset have issue a daughter, 
Anne Vivian, born at Fieldend House, 
Eastcote, co. Middlesex, 4 May, baptised 
at St. Mary's, Graham Street, I'imlico, 
London, 7 June 19 19. 



RANDALL. Vol. 3 (see Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page xi.) — Ruth Mary Sancroft, youngest 
daughter of William Sancroft Randall (see 
page 175), was married at St. Thomas', 
Portman Square, London, 1 7 March 
1919, to G. H. Gore BurroughB, Indian 
Army Reserve, son of the Rev. William 
Gore Burroughs, Chaplain to the Forces 
in India. 

RANSOME. Page no of present 
volume. — Alice Sophia, widow of 
George Frederick Ransome (and 
daughter of Stephen Marshall, by 
Caroline his wife, daughter of John 
and Mercy Daking), was born and 
baptised at Semer, near Hadleigh, 
CO. Suffolk. Her son, Stafford Marshall 
Ransome, married at Cleveland, Ohio, 
U.S.A., 21 July 1913, Mae Kathleen, 
daughter of Jesse and Mary Gardner 
of Lakewood, Ohio. They have issue 
three children, a son, Stafford Gardner 
Ransome, born 7 December J914; a 
daughter, Alice Mary, born i September 
1916; and a son, Frederick Henry 
Ransome, born 18 July 191 8. 

Page 112. — Jessie, daughter of 
Frederick Ransome and wife of Wilber- 
force Wilson, was born at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 8 December 1842. 

Page 116. — Lewis .Stafford Ransome 
was buried in Brompton Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. 

Violet Grace, only daughter of James 
Stafford Ransome of Wrencote, Windsor, 
CO. Berks (not as described), was 
married at Lytton, British Columbia, 
Canada, 12 September 1912, to Mark 
Blakiston Baines, M.B., of Lytton (son 
of Harry Baines of Oxford, Solicitor), 
M.A., M.B., B.Ch. Oxford 1910, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1909. She 
died at Vancouver, British Columbia, in 
October 19 12, and was buried at Lytton. 

John Edward Geoffrey Ransome was 
baptised at St. Mary-the-Boltons, West 
Brompton, London. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 14, page 104 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ip, page Ixiit.) — Martin 
Rowlinson and Ethel Bridget Ratcliff 
of Metchley, Sutton Coldfield, co. 
Warwick, have further issue two sons, 
Kenneth Martin Ratcliff, bom at 
Metchley, Sutton Coldfield, 17 March, 
baptised at Four Oaks. co. Warwick, 12 
May 191S, and Edward Howard 
Ratcliff, born at Metchley, Sutton 
Coldfield, 25 July, l>ap;i.^cd at Four 
Oaks 25 October 1919. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



RAWSON. Vol. 8, page 69.— Mary 
Sibella, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Artliur Rawson, died 15 March 1919. 

RENDLESHAM. Vol 14, page 127 
{and Addenda, Vol. j8, page /nil.) — 
Major the Hon'''' Hugh Edmund 
Thellusson, D.S.O., Royal Field Artil- 
lery, and Gwynnydd Colleton his wife, 
have further issue a daughter, Cynthia 
Elizabeth, born at East Cosham House, 
Cosham, co. Hants, 20 March 19 18, 
baptised at Farlington, co. Hants. 

REYNARD. Vol. 3, page 165.— Henry 
Leonard Reynard died, aged 75, at 
Hillside, Newark, co. Nottingham, 20 
May 19T9. 

REYNOLDS. Vol. 17, page 174.— 
Clara Octavia, wife of the Rev. Edward 
Reynolds, died, aged 73, 19 December, 
and was buried at Clipston, co. 
Northampton, 23 December 1918. 

Edward and Gladys Reynolds ha^e 
further issue a daughter, Jane, born at 
56 Billing Road, Northampton, i May, 
baptised at All Saints', Northampton, 
17 June 1918. 

RICHARDSON. Vol. 5, page 104 

(and Addenda, Vo/. jp, page ixiv.) — 
Christopher Ridley Richardson, Cap- 
tain ist East Yorkshire Regiment 
(attached Royal Air Force), and Wini- 
fred Mary his wife, had issue a daughter, 
born 27 January 19 19, who died 10 
February following. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 22.— John 
Sangster Rivington married at the 
parish church, Horsham, co. Sussex, 
19 August 1919, Ethel Winifred, 
youngest daughter of Charles J. Stott 
of Ashmead, Horsham. 

Page 24. — Mary Christina, 3rd 
daughter of Septimus Rivington, died, 
aged 45, 23 November 1918. 

ROBERTS. Vol. II, page 4.— Hilda 
Frances, younger daughter of James 
Hackett Roberts, was married at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 23 
March 19 18, to George Kenneth Stone, 
son of G. W. Stone 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 131. — Laura 
Augusta, widow of the Rev. Reginald 
Bassett Rogers, died at Feriiby, 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, 13 August 1919. 



ROGERS; continued. 

Page 13 1. — Ellinor, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Hugh Rogers, died at 
Penzance 17 September 19 18. 

Page 134 {and Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page Ix.) — Commander Hugh Hext 
and .•Xgnes Helena Trevelyan Rogers 
have issue a son, born at Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, 25 February 19 18. 

ROSEBERY. Vol. 16, page 136.— 
Dame Helen Mary, wife of Sir Henry 
William Primrose, K.C.B., C.S.L, Indian 
Staff Corps, died at 44 Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensington, London, 11 June 
1919. 

Addenda, Vol. ig, page Ixvi. — Lady 
Victoria Alice Louise, widow of the 
Hon'''" Neil James Archibald Primrose, 
M.P., M.C. (see Vol. 16, page ijj), and 
only daughter of Edward George 
Villiers, Earl of Derby, K.G. [see 
Pedigree of Derby, Vol IJ, page 72), 
was married 2ndly at the British 
Embassy ("hurch, Pari.s, 11 June 1919, 
to Malcolm Bullock, Captain Scots 
Guards. 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 3 {and Addenda, 
Vol. IJ, page xxiii.) — Charles James 
and Sylvia Round have further issue a 
son, born at Birch Hall, Colchester, co. 
Essex, 20 March 19 18. 

Page 6 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, page 
Ixvi.) — Captain Charles Wolfran Round- 
Turner, R.N., and Janet Mary his ww, 
have further issue a daughter, born at 
Witham, co. Essex, 31 May 19 19. 

ROXBURGHE. Vol. 12, page 158.— 
Lord Charles John Innes-Ker, Lieut. - 
Colonel Scots Guards, died, aged 76, 
19 Novemlier, and was buried in 
Highgate Cemetery, co Middlesex, 25 
November 1919. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 16. — Captain 
Charles William Rawson Royds, R.N., 
married at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 5 October 19 18, Mary Louisa, 
only daughter of Captain Arthur Rodney 
Blane, R.N. She married istlyin 1904, 
Guy Ivo Sebright, son of Guy Thomas 
Saunders Sebright. 

ROYDS. Vol. 8, page 26. —Thomas 
Brocklebank died at Wateringbury 
Place, CO. Kent, 16 February, and was 
buried in Smithdown Road Cemetery, 
Liverpool, 21 February 19 19. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



ROYDS, continued. 

Page 29. — Edmund Molyneux Royds 
died, aged 87, at Torquay, co. Devon, 
26 February 19 18. 

Page 3 1 . — Thomas Alington Royds, 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Air Force, died, 
aged 33, 20 April 1918. 

RUGGE-PRICE. Vol. 14, page 163.— 
Dame Antonia Mary, wife of Sir Charles 
Rugge-Price, Baronet, died at Spring 
Grove, Richmond, co. Surrey, 21 J;in- 
uary, and was buried in Richmond 
Cemetery on Thursday, 24 January 
1918. 

RUSHBROOKE. Vol. 19, page 9.— 
Bartle Davers Rushbrooke, Captain 3rd 
Battalion Suffolk Regiment, previously 
reported wounded and missing 25 May 
19 1 5, is now believed to have been 
killed in action on that date near 
Ypres, Belgium. 

RUSSELL. Vol. 5, page 60.— Colonel 

Walter Russell, R.E., Chief Engineer of 
the London District, died, aged 57, at 
Hawthornden, Torquay, co. Devon, 4 
April, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 10 February 
1917. 

RUSSELL. Vol. 17, page 94. — Henry 
Branfill Russell, ist Lieutenant ist 
Essex Regiment, mortally wounded near 
Engelbelmer, in the battle of the 
Somme, died same day at Gezaincourt, 
France, 1 1 July 1 9 1 6. 

Charles Russell, Captain East York- 
shire Regiment (attached 3/3rd Gurkha 
Rifles), was killed in action, aged 45, 
at Nebi Samwil, Palestine, 22 November 
1917. 

RYLANDS. Vol. i, page 16 and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Ixvii.) — Ralph 
Paul Kirkland and Elsie Margaret 
Rylands of 4 Silverdale Road, Oxton, 
Birkenhead, co. Chester, have issue a 
son, John Power Rylands, born at 11 
Alton Road, Birkenhead, 19 July, bap- 
tised at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 17 
August 1 9 18. 

Page 16 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, page 
l.Kvii.) — Geoffrey Glazebrook Rylands 
of Woodside, Elm Tree Road, Lymni, 
CO. Chester, Captain Tank Corps, and 
Nora Lee his wife, have issue a son, 
Harry Glazebrook Rylands, born at 4 
Arnside Road, Birkenhead, 3 November, 
baptised at St. Saviour's, Oxton, 8 
December 19 18. 



ST. GEORGE. Vol. i, page 107. — 
Annie Gibson, widow of George St. 
George, died at W'oodgift, Devonshire 
Place, Birkenhead, 16 May 19 18. 

George Edward St. George died, 
aged 61, at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
13 April 1919. 

Arthur Baldwin St. George married at 
St. Dominic's Priory, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 6 August 19 18, Eva, widow 
of R. C. A. Raikes of Abbey Gardens, 
St. John's Wood, CO. Middlesex. 

ST. GERMANS. Vol. 18, page 183.— 
The Earl of St. Germans, M.C., Captain 
Royal Scots Greys, married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 11 June 1918, 
Lady Blanche Linnie (Somerset), elder 
daughter of Henry Adelbert Wellington 
FitzRoy, Duke of Beaufort. They 
have issue a daughter, born at 2 
Lowther Gardens, Prince's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, 27 February 19 19. 
Page 184. — .Arthur Ernest Henry 
Eliot married 3rdly in London, 26 April 
1919, Mabel Louisa, 3rd daughter of 
Sir Edward John Dean Paul, Baronet. 
She died at 47 Curzoii Street, Mayfair, 
London, 9 July, and was cremated at 
Golder's Green, the ashes being subse- 
quently interred in Kensal Green 
Cemetery 14 July 19 19. 

SCARSDALE. Vol. 4, page 8i.— 
Magdalen Blanche, eider daughter of 
Colonel the Hon'''' Alfred Nathaniel 
Curzon, was married at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, London, 25 June 
1 919, to Captain Hugh Percy Gillilan. 

SCHOMBERG. Vol. i, page 210.— 
Louisa Brodrick, 5th daughter of 
Joseph Trigge Schomberg, died, aged 
72, at Seend, co. Wilts, 15 February, 
and was buried there 20 February 1919. 

SCOTT. Vol. 15, page 127. — Dame 
Carmen Estelle, wife of Sir Samuel 
Haslam Scott, Baronet, died in London 
8 February 19 19. 

SCOTT. Vol. 18, page 202. — .Mary 
Hannah, wife of Joseph Samuel Scott, 
died at Farncoinbe, co. Surrey, in 
April 1915. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3. page 106.— 
Charles I^mcelot Shadwell, D.C.L., 
died, aged 78, at 103 Banbury Road, 
Oxford, 13 February, and was buried 
in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford, 17 
February 1919. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



SHAIRP. Vol. 17, page 144. — Eleanora 
Beatrice, 7th daughter of Stephen 
Francis Shairp and wife of Lieutenant- 
Colonel Philip Sykes Murphy Burlton, 
died 26 June 1918. 

SHANN. Vol. I, page i6() {a?td Addenda, 
I'ol. iS, page Lxiii.) — Edward Waring- 
ton Shann, Captain Northumberland 
Fusiliers, and Ruth Olivia his wife 
have further issue a son, George Nevill 
Shann, born at The Moss, Birstwith, 
CO. York, on Wednesday, 26 June 1918. 

Addenda, Vol. j, page viii. — Rosetta 
Mary, younger daughter of Henry 
Charles Shann {see page i6g), was 
married at Birstwith, co. York, 9 
October 1919, to Henry Norman Goode, 
M.C., of 39 Bootham, York. 

Page 170. — Reginald Arthur Shann, 
Lieutenant 3rd (attached 4th) East 
Lancashire Regiment, was killed in 
action, aged 26, near Hargicourt, 21 
March 19 18. 

SHEDDEN. Vol. II, page 32.— Mary, 
widow of the Rev. Edward Cole 
Shedden, died, aged 99, at Slatwoods, 
Tichmarsh, co. Northampton, 4 March, 
and was buried at Clapton, co. North- 
ampton 9 March 1918. 

SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 20.— 
Edward Lenox, Baron Sherborne, died, 
aged 88, at Sherborne House, co. 
Gloucester, and was buried at Sherborne 
24 July 1919. 

SHIRLEY. Vol. 12, page 89.— Mary 
Philippa, 2nd daughter of the Rev, 
Walter Waddington Shirley, D.D., 
died, aged 59, at Oxford, 9 September 
1917. 

SPARROW. Vol. I, page 231 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Lxx.) — Arthur 
Alan Hanbury-Spariow, D.S.O., M.C., 
Captain Royal Berkshire Regiment, 
and lleen Margaret Aitken his wife, 
have issue a daughter, Joan Margaret, 
born at Shrewsbury, co. Saloj), 1 7 May, 
baptised at Cound, co. Salop, 30 July 
1919. 

Addenda, I'ol. ig, page lxx. — Brian 
Hanbury Hanbury - Sparrow, M.C., 
Captain 3rd Battalion (The King's) 
Shropshire Light Infantry, younger son 
of Alan Bertram Hanbury Sparrow {see 
page 2ji), was killed in action, aged 
21, at Baku, Russia, 26 August 1915. 



SPEDDING. Vol. 13, page 157.— Major 
John Carlisle Deey Spedding died at 
Wellesley Officers' Hospital, Aldershot, 
CO. Hants, 8 March, and was buried 
at Newnham, co. Hants, 12 March 
1919. 

SPENCER. Vol. 9, page 124.— The 
Rev. Albert Spencer died, aged 73, at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 28 December 
1914. 

SPOONER. Vol. 16, page 144.— 
Margaret Skottowe, widow of Lucius 
Henry Spooner, died, aged 90, at 
Hillside, Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex, 
10 February 19 18. 

STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 92 {and 
Addetida, Vol. ig, page Ixxi.) — Percy 
and Eva Stanford have issue a son, 
Alan Percy Stanford, born at Brook- 
lands, Great Oakley, co. Essex, 22 
March 191 9. 

Page 93. — Ivan Crisp Stanford 
married at Lawford, co. Essex, 10 
April 191 2, Edith Emmeline, daughter 
of Thomas Rumsey Richardson of 
Holly Lodge, Lawford. They have 
issue a daughter, Joan Emmeline Mary, 
born at Clare Lodge, Maldon Road, 
Colchester, 18 August 1917. 

Donovan Edward Stanford, 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers 
(attached to Royal Irish Regiment), was 
killed in action at Ephey, France, 21 
March 19 18. 

Sybil Hardy, Volunteer Ambulance 
Detachment, 5th daughter of Charles 
Maurice Stanford, died, aged 20, at 
the American Red Cross Hospital, 
Lancaster Gate, London, 14 Decem- 
ber, and was buried in St. Paul's 
Churchyard, Colchester, co. Essex, 
1 8 December 19 18. 

STAPLES. Vol. 19, page 70.— Henry 
John Staples died at Daysmill, Matlock, 
CO. Derby, 23 March 1919. 

STAPLETON. Vol. 14. page 132.— 
Mary Jane, wife of the Rev. Frederick 
George Stapleton, died at the Vicarage, 
Seamer, co. York, 9 July, and was buried 
at Seamer 12 July 19 18. 

Page 133. — Edith Mary, widow of 
Edward John Stapleton, died at The 
Vine, Northbourne, co. Kent, 20 July 
1919. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



STARKIE. Vol. 6, page 151 (and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, pa^e x.vviii.) — Piers 
Cecil Le Gendre and Cicely Starkie 
have further issue a daughter, born at 
Rathcline, Molesey, co. Surrey, 5 
Octoljer 1918. , 

Page 152. — The Rev. Henry Arthur 
Starkie died, aged 80, at Settle, co. York, 
3 January, and was buried in Padiham 
Cemetery, CO. Lancaster, 7 January 19 iS. 

STERRY. Vol. I, page 180.— Wasey 
vSterry, C.B.E., Legal Secretary to the 
Soudan Government, married at All 
Saints', Cairo, Egypt, 3 April 1919, 
Renee, eldest daughter of Adrien 
Bonfils of Brumana, Syria. 

STONE. Vol. I, page 61. — Edward 
Stone, F.S.A., died, aged 70, at Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 27 November, and was 
buried in Shooter's Hill Cemetery, 
CO. Kent, 30 November 1918. 

Page 61 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page l.xv.) — Major Edward Stone, 2nd 
Dragoon Guards, and Dora his wife, 
had further issue a son, Edward Stone, 
born at Rathgowrie Hall, near Farnham, 
5 January 1918, who died, aged 13 
months, x ALirch 1919. 

Page 61. — Lieut.-Colonel Arthur 
Stone, D.S.O., was killed in action 
2 October 1918. 

Page 62. — Reginald Guy Stone, 
Lieutenant- Commander Royal Navy, 
married at the Church of St. Duthus, 
Tain, co. Ross, 24 April 1915, Caroline 
Vere, youngest daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel Hugh Munro Eraser of 
Mayfield, Tain. They have issue a 
son, Edward Reginald Stone, born at 
Mayfield, Tain, 10 May, baptised at 
St. Andrew's, Tain, 21 July 1916. 

SURTEES. Vol. 19, page 201. — Robert 
Lambton Surtees, Captain (The King's) 
Shropshire Light Infantry, and Anne 
his wife, have issue a son, born at 31 
Brunswick Road, Hove, co. Sussex, 
26 January 1919. 

SWANN. Vol. I, page 95.— Henry 
Leslie Aldersey Swann married at 
Headington, co. Oxford, 28 October 
1 9 19, Evelyn May, only child of 
Robert Hitcliings of Headington. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.— 
Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank, I ).S.O. 
(1918), Commander Royal Navy, 
married at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London, 19 June 1919, Mary Frances, 
eldest daughter of Percy Furnivall. 



SWITHINBANK, continued 

Page 152 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page Ixxi.) — Crossley and Phcebe 
Dingwall Swithinbank have issue a 
son, bom at Maybanks, Rudgwick, 
CO. Sussex, 19 February 1918. 

Hilda Spenser, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Herbert Spenser Swithinbank, was 
married at Maymyo, Upper Burma, 
India, 21 April 19 19, to Philip 
Christopher Fogarty, Indian Civil 
Service, son of Philip James Fogarty. 

Mildred, his younger daughter, was 
married at Wonston, co. Hants, 15 
.■\ugust 19 18, to George Christie, Captain 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 

TENNYSON. Vol. 14, page 95.— Lord 
Tennyson married 2ndly at North 
Stoneham, co. Hants, 27 July 19 18, 
Mary Emily, daughter of Charles 
Robert Prinsep, Advocate-General, 
Calcutta, and widow of Andrew 
Hichens of Monk's Hatch, Compton, 
CO. Surrey. 

Major the Hon^''= Lionel Hallam 
Tennyson, Rifie Brigade, who served in 
European War 191 4-18 (twice wounded), 
married in London, 27 March 1918, the 
Hon*"'' Clarissa Madeline Georgiana 
Felicite, only daughter of Edward 
Priaulx, ist Baron Gienconner. They 
have issue a son, Harold Christopher 
Tennyson, born at 3 Buckingham Gate, 
Westminster, 25 March, baptised at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 28 April 1919. 

The Hon*"'' Alfred Aubrey Tennyson, 
Captain Rifle Brigade, was killed in 
action in 19 18. 

Page 96. — Emma Louisa, widow of 
Arthur Tennyson, died at Seaborough, 
Malvern, co. \Vorcester, 31 August 1919. 

TENNYSON -D'EYNCOURT. Vol. 

19, page 95. — Helena Catherine Sophia, 
youngest daughter of Edmund Charles 
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt was married at 
Tealby, co. Lincoln, 12 August 1919, 
to Arnold de Bunsen, Captain Durham 
Light Infantry, eldest son of L. de 
Bunsen of Gustard Wood, Wheat- 
hampstead, co. Hertford. 

TENTERDEN. V„l. 13, page 46.— 
The Hon''''' Geraldine .\lice Ellen, 
widow of Lieut.-Colonel Carbery Egan, 
and 2nd daugiuer of Sir Charles Stuart 
Aubrey, Baron Tenterden, K.C.B., died, 
aged 56, at Lynmouth, co. Devon, 10 
November, and was buried at Brendon, 
North Devon, 15 November 19 19. 



ADDITIONS 6^ CORRECTIONS. 



THURSBY. Vol. n, page 96.— Maud, 
widow of Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Edmund 
Thursby, died 1 2 April, and was buried 
at Prior's Hardvvick, co. Warwick, 1 7 
April 1918. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 117.— 
Major James Oliver Stokes Thurburn, 
M.C., Royal Field Artillery, married at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Ken.sington, London, 
17 July 19 1 9, Kathleen Mary, youngest 
daughter of Edward H. Tootal of 25 
Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, 
London. 

Page 119. — The Rev. Martin Boyd 
and Elsie Thurburn have further issue 
a daughter, Ann Christine, born at 
Lower Kingswood, co. Surrey, 4 June, 
baptised at the Church of the Wisdom 
of God, Kingswood, 5 July 1919. 

THURSFIELD. Vol. 14, page 183.— 
Raymond Spencer Thursfield, C.M.G., 
Paymaster- Commander Royal Navy, 
married at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, Hyde Park, London, 24 April 
1918, Evelyn Mary, daughter of Colonel 
Charles Harrop Beck, C.B., of Upton 
Priory, Macclesfield, co. Chester. They 
have issue a son, born at 10 Coates 
Crescent, Edinburgh, 31 August 19 19. 

TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 162.— Grace, 
widow of William Charles Trotman, 
died, aged 77, at 13 Northbrook Road, 
Lee, CO. Kent, 9 September, and was 
buried at Lee 13 September 19 18. 

TUDSBERY (formerly TURNER). 

Vol. I, page 191. — Lieut.-Colonel 
Henry Tudsbery Tudsbery, M.C., Royal 
Engineers, Assoc. M.Inst. C.E., married 
at Allan Park Church, Stirling, 19 June 
1915, Winnie Davis, 2nd daughter of 
Sir James Brown Smith of Clifford Park, 
Stirling. I'hey have issue a daughter, 
Lorna Oliver, born at Hill House, 
Harlow, co. Essex, 9 October 1919, 
baptised at Harlow. 

Page 191 {and Addenda, Vol. 18, 
page Ixvii.) — Francis Cannon Tudsbery 
and Isabella Fleming Tudsbery have 
issue a son, Richard Francis Sutherland 
Tudsbery, born at i Mulberry Walk, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 8 July 1919. 

Page 192. — William Tudsbery 
Tudsbery, M.A., died, aged 47, at 
Oxford, 21 September, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Oxford 24 September 
1919. 



TUKE. Vol. 2, page 86 {and Addenda, 
Vol. J, page vi.) — Eva NLirian, wife of 
William Favill Tuke, died, aged 48, at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, 14 March, and 
was buried at Saffron Walden, co. Essex, 

19 March 1919. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 5 May 
191 9, to U'illiam Favill Tuke. 

Page 87. — Esther Maria, widow of 
Daniel Hack Tuke, M.D., died, aged 
90, at Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, co. 
Middlesex, 26 January 1917. 

Addenda, Vol. J, page viii. — Anthony 
William Tuke, only son of William 
Favill Tuke {see page 86), married 
at St. John's Episcopal Church, 
Glasgow, 23 September 1919, Agnes 
Edna, daughter of Henry George 
Gannaway of Dane's Drive, Glasgow. 

TURNBULL. Vol. 15, page 198.- 
John Oswin Turnbull, Captain Welsh 
Regiment, was killed in action at High 
Wood, France, aged 27, 8 September 
1916. 

Dorothy, 2nd daughter of Lewis 
Robert Turnbull, was married at St. 
Joseph's, Penarth, co. Glamorgan, 30 
September 1919, to R. C. Ci. 
McClement, Lieutenant Royal Indian 
Marine. 

Gerard liltyd Turnbull, Lieutenant 
Welsh Regiment, died, aged 31 (of 
wounds received in action 9 April), 

20 April 1918, and was buried at Lille, 
France. 

Page 1 98 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page Ixxiv.) — Richard Eric Turnbull, 
Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery, 
and Phyllis Adeline his wife, have issue 
a son, born at 49 Plymouth Road, 
Penarth, co. Glamorgan, 3 August 1918. 

TURNEY. Vol. 19, page 206.— Major 

Leonard ^\'illiam Turney, Royal 

Fusiliers, was killed in action 3 May 
1917. 

TUSCN. Vol. 18, page 70.— Dame Ann 
Frances, wife of General Sir Henry 
Brasnell Tuson, K.C.B., died, aged 
78, at Bembridge Crescent, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, 25 March 19 19. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 27.— Ruth, 3rd 
daughter of tlie Rev. Arthur Charles 
Wodehouse Upcher, died, aged 27, at 
the Rectory, Hingham, co. Norfolk, 
4 December 1918, and was buried at 
Hingham. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



xxiix- 



U PC HER, continued. 

Page 27. — Christine Mary, his youngest 
daughter, was married at the parish 
church, Leatherhead, co. Surrey, 15 
February 19 19, to Horace Edward 
Ward, Captain The Buffs, eldest 
surviving son of Robert Ward of 
Oak Lawn, Leatherhead. 

VAILLANT. Vol. 13, page 32.— Virginia 
Beatrice, younger daughter of Albert 
Vaillant, died, aged 54, at Kirketon 
House, Darlinghurst, Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia, 24 December, 
and was buried in Gore Hill Cemetery, 
North Sydney, 26 December 1918. 

VASSALL. Vol. 17, page 154.— Mary, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. William 
Vassall, died, aged 56, at Hurst Manor, 
Martock, co. Somerset, 29 July 19 18. 

Mary Oliver, younger daugliter of 
the Rev. William Vassall, was married 
at St. Mary's, Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. 
Middlesex, 6 July 1918, to Reginald 
Trelawney Wickham, Royal Air Force, 
2nd son of the Rev. Prebendary 
Archdale Palmer Wickham, Vicar of 
East Brent, co. Somerset. 

VIDLER. Vol. 13, page 96.— Hester, 
widow of James Coleman Vidler, died, 
aged 93, at The Grove, Rye, co. Sussex, 
2 July 1918. 

Leslie James Coleman Vidler, M.C., 
Captain Royal West Surrey Regiment 
(The Queen's), married at St. Andrew's, 
Enfield, co. Middlesex, 16 May 19 18, 
Florence Mary, youngest daughter of 
William Marshall Philip of Grangeway, 
Enfield. They have issue a daughter, 
born at 102 Boscombe Road, Southend- 
on-Sea, co. Essex, 7 March 1919. 

Page 98. — Bertram Hall Vidler, 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Sussex Regiment, 
was killed in 19 17. 

Page 99. — Albert Edward Vidler, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Eng., died at 
Studholme, Ashford, co. Middlesex, 
8 June 1919. 

VINCENT. Vol. 14, page 160.— Walter 
George Vincent died, aged 76, at 
.Skegness, co. Lincoln, 21 January 191 9. 

WALKER. Vol. 15, page 55. — Frances 
Isabella (larr, elder daughter of Arthur 
Edward Walker, was married by special 
licence at Southsea, co. Hants, 25 
September 19 19, to Eric Kingsley 
\Valmislev, 2nd son of L W. AValmisley, 
F.R.LB.A., Southsea. 



WALLER. Vol. 9, page 178.— Thomas 

Henry Whalley Waller, Lieutenant 
Gloucestershire Regiment, was killed 
in action at Ilouthulst Forest 22 
October 19 17. 

WALSINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 21.— 
Lieut-Colonel George de Grey, D.S.O., 
ist Norfolk Regiment, married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 29 April 191 9, 
Hyacinth, only daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel Lambart Henry Bouwens, R.A. 
Page 23 {and Addenda, Vol. ly, 
page xxxiiii.) — Nigel and Florence 
Emily Frances de Grey have further 
issue a son, Roger de Grey, born at 
Colehatch, Penn, co. Buckingham, 18 
April, baptised at Tyler's Green, co. 
Buckingham, 10 June 19 18. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 59. — Charlotte 
Henrietta, 5th daughter of Vice- Admiral 
Charles Warde, K.H., and widow of the 
Rt. Hon'''"^ Sir John Tomlinson Hibbert, 
K.C.B., died, aged 84, at Harleston, 
Cary Crescent, Torquay, co. Devon, 
1 7 November, and was buried at 
Westerham, co. Kent, 22 Nevember 
1918. 

Page 61. — Lionel and Jessie Hilda 
Warde have issue a daughter, Marjorie, 
born at Petersham, co. Surrey, 10 
February, baptised at All Saints', 
Petersham, 8 March 1919. Jessie 
Hilda Warde died at Petersham House, 
Petersham, 20 February, and was buried 
at Petersham 22 February 1919- 

Colonel Charles Edward Warde, 
O.B.E., was created a Baronet 3 June 
1919. 

Page 64. — Richard Edward Warde, 
M.C., Lieutenant Scots Guards, married 
at Anlaby, co. York, i September 191 7, 
Muriel Thetis, youngest daughter of 
Arthur Wilson of Tranbv Croft, ro. York, 
J.P. andD.L. 

WARWICK. Vol. IS, pdge 15.— 
Brigadier- General Lord and Lady 
Ihooke have further issue a son. John 
Ambrose Henry Greville, born at Byfleet, 
CO. Surrey, 2 February, baptised at 
Burton, CO. Hants. 22 .May 1918. 

2\Iarjorie Blanche P'va, elder daughter 
of the Earl of Warwick and widow of 
the Earl of Feversham, married 2ndly 
in 191 7, the Hon''''^ William Gervase 
Beckett, M. P., youngest son of Sir 
Edmund Beckett'. Bt., and brother of 
Edmund, Baron Grimthorpe. 



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ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



WARWICK, continued. 

The Hon"' Maynard Greville, Royal 
Flying Corps, married at Little Easton, 
CO. Essex, 19 February 19 18, Dora, only 
daughter of Edward Pape of Moor 
Hall, Battle, co. Sussex, and of 26 
Portland Place, St. IMarylebone, London. 
They have issue a daughter, born 18 
January 1919. 

Page 16. — Major Charles Henry 
Greville, D. S.O., married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 22 June 1918, 
Gwendoline, only daughter of Lieut. - 
Colonel Geoffrey Glyn, D.S.O. 

George Gordon Francis Greville, 
Captain 4th Hussars, was killed in 
action, aged 28, 31 March 19 18. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page 112 (and 
Addenda., Vol. ig, page Ixxvi.) — Gilbert 
John Watney, Squadron Leader Royal 
Air Force, Paymaster Lieut. -Commander 
Royal Navy, and Dorothy Kate his wife, 
have issue a daughter, Rosemarie 
Patricia Spencer, born at 10 Thistle 
Grove, South Kensington, 1-ondon, 27 
September, baptised at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton Road, London, 3 November 
1918. 

Page 113. — Mary, 3rd daughter of 
James Watney, died, aged 72, at Haling 
Park, Croydon, co. Surrey, 16 December, 
and was buried in Mitcham Road 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 19 December 
1918. 

WEBBER. Vol. 4, page 160.— Henry 
Webber, Lieutenant 7th Battalion 
South Lancashire Regiment, died from 
wounds received in action the same 
day, aged 68, 21 July 19 16. 



WELDON. Vol. 3, page 40.— William 
Henry Weldon, C.V.O., F.S.A., 
Clarenceux King of Arms, was knighted 
in March 1919, and created K.C.V.O. 
3 June following. He died, aged 82, 
at Orchard, Shiplake, co. Oxford, 25 
August, and was buried at Shiplake 
30 August 1919. 

WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 35.— Augusta 
Charlotte, 2nd daughter of Charles Noel 
Welman, died at Pontorson, France, 7 
April igi2, and was buried there. 

Arthur Nelson Welman died at 
Southernleigh, Minehead, co. Somerset, 
2 November 1906, and was buried in 



the cemetery at Taunton, co. Somerset. 
Katherine Fearing, his widow, died in 
the United Stales of America in 1907. 

Page 35. — Cyril John Welman died 
at Horta, Fayal, in the Azores, 10 
December 1918, and was buried at 
Fayal the same day. 

Page 36. — Frances Agnes, 6th 
daughter of Charles Noel \V'elmaii, 
and wife of Cyril James Wilson, died 
14 March 19 13, and was buried at 
Fulham, co. Middlesex. 

Henry Acton and Mary Lastitia 
^Velman of Trewarthenick, Grampound 
Road, Cornwall, have further issue a 
daughter, Katherine Noel, born at 85 
Goldington Avenue, Bedford, 8 January, 
baptised at the Catholic Church, 
Bedford, 13 January 1905. 



WHELER. Vol. 8, page 83 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page Lxxvii.) — Sir 
Trevor Wood Wheler, Baronet, Captain 
Royal Sussex Regiment, and Idris his 
wife, have further issue a daughter, 
born at Dalhousie, India, 4 September 
1918. 



WHELER. Vol. 9, page 13.— Colonel 
Henry Isham Wheler died, aged 78, at 
8 Midvale Road, St. Helier, Jersey, 
28 July 191S. 



WHITBY. Vol. 6, page 57.— The Rev. 
Thomas Whitby died, aged 83, at 145 
Brondesbury Park, London, 13 August, 
and was buried in Hampstead Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 17 August 1918. Will 
dated 23 October 1903, proved in the 
Principal Registry 16 November 1918, 
by Dora Whitby, daughter. 

Page 57 {and Adde?ida, Vol. 14, 
page xxviii.) — Herbert Bateson and 
Gladys Powys Whitby have further issue 
a son, Thomas Addison Titley Whitby, 
born at 1 1 Rawdon Street, Calcutta, 
India, 10 July 19 18. 



WHITE. Vol. 14, page in.— Mary, 
eldest daughter of John Peter White, 
and widow of Thomas Henry Watson, 
F.R.I.B.A., died, aged 76, at 9 Notting- 
ham Place, Paddington, London, 21 
March, and was buried in the parish 
churchyard, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
25 March 19 19. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



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WIGAN. Vol. 13, page 126. — William 
Lewis Wigan, 2nd Lieutenant ist 
(Queen's Own) Royal \Vest Kent Regi- 
ment, died from wounds received in 
action in Flanders 23 February 1916. 

Page 127. — Mary Cecilia, eldest 
daughter of Charles Wigan, was married 
at Quetta, India, 8 May 1918, to Robert 
\Valpole Murphy, M.D., Captain Royal 
Army Medical Corps, only son of 
Charles Conway Murphy of Ballinrally, 
Mountrath, Ireland. 

Page 129. — Amy Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Alfred Wigan, 
died at Luddesdowne, co. Kent, 18 
July, and was buried 21 July 19 19. 

Page 135. — AmyMary, eldest daughter 
of Sir Frederick Wigan, Baronet, died, 
aged 6r, at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 28 
May 19 1 9. 

Page 135 (and Addenda, Vol. ip, 
page Ixxvii.) — Denis Grey \Vigan, 
Captain 60th Rifles, and Madeline 
Mabel Ambrose his wife, have further 
issue a daughter, born at 34a Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, London, 2 1 
December 1918. 

Page 137. — Maria Bramley Hearne, 
widow of James Wigan, died, aged 79, 
at Cromwell House, Mortlake, co. 
Surrey, 19 February, and was buried at 
Mortlake 23 February 191 8. 

Page 140. — Harold Wigan married 
2ndly at Thurnham, co. Kent, 22 
May 1 91 8, Dorrie Zillah, daughter of 
R. A. Roberts of Galway. 

WILBERFORCE. Vol. 16, page 128. 
William Robert Sargent 'Wilberforce, 
M.C., Captain King's Royal Rifle Corps 
(attached Royal Air Force), who served 
in the European War in Flanders 1915, 
in Egypt, and in Palestine, was killed 
while flying at Upavon, co. Wilts, 2 
June 1918. 

WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128.— Augusta 
Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. 
Henry Beaufoy Wilder, died, aged 56, 
at Hillside, Whitchurch, co. Oxford, 
1 1 August, and was buried at Sulham, 
CO. Berks, 15 August 191 8. 

Francis Langham Wilder, died, aged 
55, at Newbam, ^Vinklleld, co. Berks, 
27 November, and was buried at 
Winkfield 30 November 1918. 

WILLS. Vol. IS, page 32.— Robert 
Vaughan Gower, O.B.E., F.R.G.S., 
Mayor of Tunbridge Wells 191 7-19, 
was knighted 3 June 1919. 



WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 8.— Frederick 
Wisden died, aged 49, at Woking, co. 
Surrey, 22 May, and was buried in 
Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 25 
May 1 9 19. 

Page 9. — Robert Eric Bryce Wisden 
died, aged 38, at West Buckland, 
Thurlestone, co. Devon, 4 March, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Broadwater, co. Sussex, 12 March 19 19. 

^VITTS. Vol. 10, page 138. — Frank 
Hole Witts, D.S.O., .M.C., Irish Guards, 
married at Satterthwaite, co. Lancas- 
ter, 7 August 19 19, Ruth Leonide, 
2nd daughter of Harold Brocklebank 
of Grizedale Hall, Hawkshead, co. 
Lancaster. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 12, page 75— 
Hugo John Buchanan - Wollaston 
married at St. John's, Southwick 
Crescent, Paddington, London, 14 
August 19 18, Beryl Maud, elder 
daughter of Richard Blayney \\'rightson, 
M.D. Tliey have issue a son, John 
Alexander Buchanan -\VoIlaston, born at 
Avro, Pinner, co. Middlesex, 7 October, 
baptised at the [)arish church. Pinner, 
8 November 1919. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 18, page 122.— 
Lieut.- Colonel Frederick Hargreaves 
Arbuthnott AVollaston, commanding a 
battalion of the Suffolk Regiment, 
served in the European War, in 
Belguim and at Salonika (twice men- 
tioned in despatches), D. S.O. ; died, 
aged 39, of wounds received in action, 
7 March, and was buried at Slienton, 
CO. Leicester, 13 March 191 8. 

WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE. Vol. 

I 7, page 1 16. — Philip Malcolm Wolryche- 
Whitmore, Royal Field Artillery, was 
killed in action 1 August 1918. 
^^'ill proved in the Principal Registry 
24 February 1919. 

Page 1 1 7.— Captain Geoffrey Chariton 
\\'olryche-Whitniore married 2ndly at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 2 
October 19 19, Muriel, widow of Captain 
P. A. lillard. 

WOODD. Vol. 9, page 66. — Alec 
Bethune Peter Woodd died, aged 30, of 
wounds received in action (24 August), 
26 .-\ugust 1918. 

Ursula Sheffield, elder daughter of 
Lieutenant-Commander Arthur Bethune 



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ADDITIONS is- CORRECTIONS. 



WOODD, C07itinued. 

Woodd, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
was married at Milford-on-Sea, co. Hants, 
7 September 1918, to John Edward 
Gordon McConnel, Lieutenant London 
Regiment, son of Gordon McConnel of 
British Columbia. 

Page 67. — Esther Harriet, widow 
of the Rev. Basil Kilvington Woodd, 
died, aged 77, 3 September, and was 
buried at Bilton, co. York, 9 September 
1919. 

Page 68. — -Katherine Isabella Basil, 
youngest daughter of Basil Thomas 
Woodd, died at 14 Zetland House, 
Kensington, London, 23 October, and 
was buried at Westerham, co. Kent, 27 
October 19 19. 

WOODTHORPE. Vol. 15, page 64.— 
Nelson Woodthorpe Graham, Captain 
Royal Engineers, married at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 15 March 1919, 
Dorothy, eldest daughter of Charles 
Savvforde Arliss of Crofton Lodge, 
Sydenham, co. Kent. 

WOOLLCOMBE. Vol. 19, page 67.— 
Marion Honor, youngest daughter of 
Richard Woollcombe, was married at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, 
18 February 1919, to Commander 
Godfrey Francis William Grayson, R.N. 
Major Frank Rupert Woollcombe, 
M.C., Royal Artillery, married at Holy 
Trinity, Florence, Italy, 11 May 19 18, 
Beatrice Elena Alice, eldest daughter of 
Edoardo de Ambrosis of Florence, 
Italy. They have issue a son, born at 
59 Via San Domenico, 25 February 
1919. 



WORMALD. Page 165 of present 
volume. — Drury Frank Percy Bibby 
Wormald, Captain General Staff, died, 
aged 33, at Horstead Hall, Norwich, 4 
November, and was buried at Clive 
Hadnall, co. Salop, 9 November 1918. 
Will proved iji tlie Principal Registry 1 1 
April 1919, 

WORSLEY. Vol. 18, page 1 76.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Richard Stanley Worsley, 
D.S.O., Royal Army Service Corps, 
missing, believed drowned, torpedoed 
while returning to duty 4 May 191 7. 

WORTHINGTON. Vol. i, page 223.— 
Albert Octavius Worthington died, 
aged 73, at Maple Hayes, Lichfield, 
CO. Stafford, 9 May, and was buried at 
Lichfield 13 May 1918. 

WRIGHT. Vol. IS, page 139.— Philip 
Chetwood and Josephine Agneta Mary 
Wright have further issue a son, 
John Michael Turner Wright, born at 
Brattleby Hall, co. Lincoln, 4 July, 
baptised at Brattleby 10 August 19 19. 

ZETLAND. Vol. 19, page 171.— 
Frederick James and Sylvia Mary 
Dundas, have further issue a daughter, 
Alice, born at Barnburgh Hall, Don- 
caster, CO. York, 4 June, baptised at 
Barnburgh 11 June 1918. 

ZOUCHE. Vol. 18, page 214.— Colonel 
the Hon*"'' William Southwell Curzon, 
late Royal Horse Artillery, died at 
Lower Grosvenor Place, Westminster, 
29 April, and was buried at Parham, 
CO. Sussex, 3 May 1919. 



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