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Gray, Robert Henry, 1817-1885

  • GB-2014-WSA-08159
  • Person
  • 1817-1885

GRAY, ROBERT HENRY, eldest son of Robert Gray, Michael’s Place, Brompton, Middlesex, and Susannah Elizabeth Povah; b. 14 Jun 1817; adm. 17 Jan 1831 (Stikeman's); KS (Capt. ) 1832; elected head to Christ Church, Oxford 1836, matr. 13 May 1836, Johnson’s Theological Scholar 1841; BA 1840; MA 1842; ordained deacon 20 Dec1840, priest 19 Dec 1841 (both Oxford); Curate, Knowsley, Lancs. 1846-50; Vicar of Kirkby, Walton on the Hill, Lancs., 1850-77; Rector of Wolsingham, co. Durham, from 1877; Hon. Canon Chester from 1867; JP co. Durham; m. Kate Middleton, dau. of Daniel Ball, Brompton Square, London; d. 19 May 1885.

Ludford-Astley, Benjamin Buckler Gifford, 1819-1897

  • GB-2014-WSA-11462
  • Person
  • 1819-1897

LUDFORD-ASTLEY, BENJAMIN BUCKLER GIFFORD, brother of John Newdigate Francis Ludford-Astley (qv); b. 27 Apr 1819; adm. 30 Sep 1830 (Scott's); rowed v. Eton 12 May 1836; St. Alban Hall, Oxford, matr. 23 Nov 1837; BA 1841; MA 1849; ordained deacon 1842, priest 1843; Curate, Everleigh, Wilts., and subsequently Draycot Foliat, Wilts.; Vicar of Merevale, Warwicks., 1855-72; Rector of Pitney, Somerset 1857 (still 1889); Rector of Cadeby, Leics., 1872-91; JP Leicestershire; assumed additional surname of Ludford 4 Jan 1879; an enthusiastic fox hunter; m. 1st, 29 Jan 1850 Susan Louisa, seventh dau. of Hon. and Rev. Frederick Pleydell Bouverie, Rector of Pewsey, Wilts., and Prebendary of Salisbury [check]; m. 2nd, 6 Aug 1863 Maria Catherine, eldest dau. of Sir Alexander Beaumont Churchill Dixie, Bart.; d. 22 Apr 1897.

Ludford-Astley, John Newdigate Francis, 1817-1898

  • GB-2014-WSA-11463
  • Person
  • 1817-1898

LUDFORD-ASTLEY, JOHN NEWDIGATE FRANCIS, eldest son of Rev. Francis Bickley Astley, Rector of Manningford Abbots, Wilts., and Mary Anne, third dau. of John Newdigate-Ludford (qv); b. 20 Apr 1817; adm. 30 Sep 1830 (Scott's); Christ Church, Oxford, matr. 4 Jun 1835; of Ansley, Warwickshire; DL Warwickshire, JP Warwickshire 1861; assumed additional surname of Ludford 30 Dec 1878; d. 23 Nov 1898.

Fisher, Frederick, 1816-1884

  • GB-2014-WSA-07149
  • Person
  • 1816-1884

FISHER, FREDERICK, fourth son of Robert Fisher (adm. 1783, qv); b. 3 Jul 1816; adm. 30 Jun 1830 (Stikeman's); KS 1831; elected to Trinity Coll. Cambridge 1835, adm. pens. 27 Jun 1835, scholar 1836, matr. Mich. 1835; migr. to Magdalene Coll. 26 Oct 1836; BA 1840; MA 1843; ordained deacon (New Zealand) 1847, priest (Salisbury) 1853; missionary with SPG at Howick, New Zealand 1847-9; Curate, Bremhill, Wilts., 1850; various other curacies to 1869; Vicar of Fleet, Hants., 1869-72; Rector of Downham, Cambs., from 1863; m. 1 Feb 1849 Mary, younger dau. of William Hayes, Middle Temple, barrister; d. 10 Jun 1884.

Dodson, Paul Augustus, 1819-1884

  • GB-2014-WSA-06248
  • Person
  • 1819-1884

DODSON, PAUL AUGUSTUS, brother of William Francis Dodson (qv); b. 13 Mar 1819; adm. 25 Jun 1830 (Stelfox's); KS 1833; Worcester Coll. Oxford, matr. 10 May 1838; BA 1844; MA 1847; ordained deacon 1844, priest 1845 (both Lincoln); Curate, Sutterby-with-Gunby, Lincs., 1844-7; Vicar of Haugh, Lincs., from 1847; d. unm. 10 Dec 1884.

Adams, Henry Cadwallader, 1817-1899

  • GB-2014-WSA-01930
  • Person
  • 1817-1899

ADAMS, HENRY CADWALLADER, only son of John Adams, Serjeant-at-law and Assistant Judge of Middlesex Quarter Sessions, and his second wife Jane, dau. of Thomas Martin, Nottingham; b. 4 Nov 1817; adm. 16 Jun 1830 (Stelfox's); left 1831; went to Winchester Coll.; Balliol Coll. Oxford, matr. 30 Nov 1835; migrated to Magdalen Coll., demy 1836-43, fellow 1843-52; BA 1840; MA 1842; Master of Magdalen Coll. School Mar-May 1844; assistant master, Winchester Coll., 1844-51; ordained deacon 20 Dec 1846, priest 7 Mar 1852 (both Oxford); Curate, Greinton, Somerset 1853-4; Chaplain, Bromley Coll., Kent 25 Jun 1855-67; Vicar of Dry Sandford, with Cothill, Berks., 21 Sep 1867-78; Vicar of Old Shoreham, Sussex 15 Jul 1878-96; author, Wykehamica, 1878, and of numerous books for boys; m. 6 Jul 1852 Esther Pell, second dau. of Rev. Richard Edmonds, Rector of Woodleigh, Devon; d. 17 Oct 1899.

Alexander, Godfrey Edward, 1818-1901

  • GB-2014-WSA-02025
  • Person
  • 1818-1901

ALEXANDER, GODFREY EDWARD, only son of Rev. Charles Alexander, Rector of Drumcree, co. Armagh, and Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Edward Smith Godfrey, Newark, Notts.; b. 10 Jul 1818; adm. 3 Jun 1830 (Stelfox's); Trinity Coll. Oxford, matr. 28 Apr 1836; BA 1840; MA 1843; adm. Lincoln’s Inn 12 Jan 1839; ordained deacon and priest (Armagh) 1842; Perpetual Curate, Bantry, co. Cork 1844-8; Incumbent, Caledon, co. Tyrone 1848-55; Vicar of Woodford-cum-Membris, Northants., 20 Apr 1855-65; Rector of Stoke Bliss, Herefs., 1865-95; JP Herefordshire; Domestic Chaplain to James, 4th Earl of Caledon; m. 10 Oct 1850 his cousin Henrietta, eldest dau. of William John Alexander-Shaw; d. 28 Dec 1901.

Powell, William Thomas Rowland, 1815-1878

  • GB-2014-WSA-14178
  • Person
  • 1815-1878

POWELL, WILLIAM THOMAS ROWLAND, elder son of William Edward Powell (qv), and his first wife; b. 4 Aug 1815; adm. 24 May 1830 (Stikeman's); Ensign, 37th Foot 1 Jun 1832; Lieut., 26 Jun 1835; Capt., 6 Apr 1838; retd. 1 Mar 1839; MP (Conservative) Cardiganshire 1859-65; DL JP Cardiganshire; m. 1 May 1839 Rosa Edwyna, elder dau. of William George Cherry, Buckland, Herefs.; d. 13 May 1878. [Perhaps “Thomas Powell, Esq., Aberystwyth”, who signed Play Protest 1847].

Mahony, John, 1816-?

  • GB-2014-WSA-11692
  • Person
  • 1816-?

MAHONY, JOHN, brother of Robert Hickson (qv); b. 1816; assumed surname of Mahony in lieu of Hickson 11 Dec 1827, in compliance with will of maternal uncle; adm. 15 Apr 1830; KS 1831; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1835, matr. 4 Jun 1835, Westminster Student; BA 1839; MA 1842; adm. King’s Inns, Dublin 1840, and Middle Temple 23 Apr 1844; signed Play Protest 1847.

Barnett, William, 1818-1867

  • GB-2014-WSA-02738
  • Person
  • 1818-1867

BARNETT, WILLIAM, son of James Barnett (qv); b. 19 Nov 1818; adm. 14 Apr 1830 (Stelfox's); Cornet, 5th Dragoon Guards 5 Apr 1839; Lieut., 11 May 1841; retd. 30 Jul 1844; d. 26 Mar 1867.

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