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Adams, William, d. 1731

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  • d. 1731

ADAMS, WILLIAM, eldest son of William Adams, Charwelton, Northants., and Catherine, dau. of Rev. Thomas Knightley, Rector of Byfield, Northants.; b.; adm.; KS 1689; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1693, matr. 30 Jun 1693, aged 18, Westminster Student 14 Dec 1693-8 (void); BA 1697; MA 20 Mar 1699/1700; elected the first Catechetical Lecturer at Ch. Ch. on Dr Busby’s foundation; adm. Middle Temple 9 Jul 1694; ordained deacon and priest 1697; Rector of Charwelton, Northants., from 11 Aug 1697; an intimate friend of Browne Willis (qv); m. 13 Nov 1700 Mary, dau. of John Smith, Welton, Northants.; d. 7 Sep 1731.

Adamson, ---, fl. ca. 1732

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  • fl. ca. 1732

ADAMSON, ---; b.; in school lists 1732/3-34. [probably same individual as next : neither paid fees]

Adamson, Richard, fl. 1739

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  • Person
  • fl. 1739

ADAMSON, RICHARD, son of Richard Adamson, Westminster; b.; adm.; Min. Can. 1737 (aged 13), 1738 (aged 14); left 1739.

Addenbrooke, John, d. 1733

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  • Person
  • d. 1733

ADDENBROOKE, JOHN, son of John Addenbrooke, Newport, Shropshire; b.; adm.; KS 1698; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1702, matr. 12 Jun 1702, aged 19, Westminster Student 22 Dec 1702 - 4 Jul 1706 (deprived, having been degraded one year for misbehaviour, 13 Dec 1705); migrated to St. Mary Hall; BA 10 Mar 1706/7; MA Camb. Univ. (from St. Catherine’s Hall) 1710; ordained deacon (Peterborough) 21 Sep 1707 to curacy of Pilton, Northants.; Rector of Sutton, Shropshire, from 10 Aug 1724; Rector of Upper Sapey, Herefordshire, from 10 Aug 1724 [check]; Vicar of Wolferlow, Herefs., 29 May 1725 - Feb 1728; d. by 23 Sep 1733.

Adderley, Edward Hale, 1771-1870

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  • 1771-1870

ADDERLEY, EDWARD HALE, eldest son of Thomas Adderley MP (I), Rutland Square, Dublin, and Innishannon, co. Cork, and his second wife Margaretta, only dau. of Edmund Bourke, Corry, co. Mayo; b. 14 May 1771; adm. 5 Oct 1784; Christ Church, Oxford, matr. 4 Feb 1790; Writer, EICS Bengal 19 Feb 1794; private secretary to his stepfather Robert Hobart, 4th Earl of Buckinghamshire (qv), when Governor of Madras; Librarian, Board of Trade Jan 1842 - Jan 1845; m.; d. 31 Oct 1870.

Adderley, George Augustus, fl. 1785

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  • Person
  • fl. 1785

ADDERLEY, GEORGE AUGUSTUS, brother of Edward Hale Adderley (qv); b.; adm. 26 Oct 1785; said to have held an official post at Gibraltar; Junior Clerk, Board of Trade Jan 1842 - c. 1843; m.

Adderley, Richard Boyle, fl. 1785

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  • fl. 1785

ADDERLEY, RICHARD BOYLE, brother of Edward Hale Adderley (qv); b.; adm. 26 Oct 1785; private secretary to his stepfather Robert Hobart, 4th Earl of Buckinghamshire (qv), when Colonial Secretary, Mar - Sep 1801; was living in Chelsea in 1856; m.

Addington, William Leonard, 1794-1864

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  • Person
  • 1794-1864

ADDINGTON, WILLIAM LEONARD, 2ND VISCOUNT SIDMOUTH, second son of Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth PC, Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, and his first wife Ursula Mary, dau. of Leonard Hammond, Cheam, Surrey; b. 13 Nov 1794; adm. Christmas 1806; left 1810; Christ Church, Oxford, matr. 28 Oct 1812; private secy. to father when Home Secretary, Jan. 1815 - Jan 1819; ordained; Rector of Poole Keynes, Wilts., 22 Feb 1821-44; succ. father as 2nd Viscount Sidmouth 15 Feb 1844; m. 20 Apr. 1820 Mary, eldest dau. of Rev. John Young, Rector of Thorpe Malsor, Northants.; d. 25 Mar 1864.

Addinsell, Thomas Augustus Arthur, 1892-?

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  • Person
  • 1892-?

Addinsell, Thomas Augustus Arthur, son of W. Arthur Addinsell, of Bloomsbury; b. Aug. 16, 1892; adm. from Univ. College School Sept. 22, 1904 (H); left Easter 1906; temp. 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Yorks Regt. Nov. 23, 1914, Lieut. July 1, 1917, Capt. in Indian Army Sept. 1, 1919.

Addis, Thomas Henry Liddon, 1897-1918

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  • Person
  • 1897-1918

Addis, Thomas Henry Liddon, son of the Rev. William Edward Addis, Vicar of All Saints, with Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge, by Mary Rachel, daughter of Robert Flood, of Sydenham, Kent; b. Aug. 24, 1897; adm. Sept. 28, 1911 (H); left July 1915; 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. (extra Reserve) Royal Dublin Fusiliers July 9, 1915; Lieut. July 1, 1917; was wounded in the Dublin insurrection April 27, 1916; went out to the western front July 12, 1916, and was wounded at Lelonguet July 24; killed in action near Peronne March 21, 1918; unm.

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