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Abernethy, John Scott, 1860-?

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  • 1860-?

ABERNETHY, JOHN SCOTT, brother of Harold William Abernethy (qv); b. 31 May 1860; adm. 26 Jan 1872 (James'); left Aug 1878; Worcester Coll. Oxford, matr. 21 Oct 1880; BA 1886; MA 1888; adm. Middle Temple 26 Jan 1883, called to bar 26 Jan 1887; author, The life and works of James Abernethy, C. E., 1897; m. 1st, 20 Apr 1899 Mary Helen, second dau. of Rev. John Richardson, Rector of Sandy, Beds.; m. 2nd, 8 Jun 1915 Madeleine Philippa, widow of Alexander Edmund Coutts Trotter, The Bush and Dryden, Midlothian, and dau. of Richard William Selby-Lowndes, Elmers, Bletchley, Bucks.; still in Law List 1936 (without address), not 1941.

Adams, Arthur John, 1853-ca. 1932

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  • Person
  • 1853-ca. 1932

ADAMS, ARTHUR JOHN, brother of William Frederick Adams (qv); b. 9 Jul 1853; adm. from King’s Coll. Sch. 1 Oct 1866 (James'); left Dec 1869; Gonville and Caius Coll. Cambridge, adm. pens. 9 Oct 1871, matr. Mich. 1871, but resided only five terms; entered army from militia as Lieut., Royal West Surrey Regt. 20 Nov 1875; Capt. 15 Feb 1886; half-pay 24 Dec 1890; retd. 24 Dec 1895; still in Army retired list 1929 (not 1933).

Adams, William Frederick, 1851-?

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  • Person
  • 1851-?

ADAMS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, son of William Adams FRCS, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, London, orthopaedic surgeon, and Mary Anne, dau. of John Mills; b. 27 Aug 1851; adm. from King’s Coll. Sch. 26 Jan 1867 (James'); left 1868; adm. member London Stock Exchange 1875, still 1917.

Addison, Robert Brydges, 1854-1920

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  • 1854-1920

ADDISON, ROBERT BRYDGES, brother of William Grylls Addison (qv); b. 16 Aug 1854; adm. 6 Feb 1868 (James'), BB; left Dec 1868; Professor of Harmony and Composition, Royal Academy of Music; Professor of Music, Trinity Coll. London; a composer; d. unm. 8 Jul 1920.

Addison, William Grylls, 1852-1904

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  • Person
  • 1852-1904

ADDISON, WILLIAM GRYLLS, son of Rev. William Fountaine Addison, Vicar of Ossett, Yorks., and Sarah Ellen Elizabeth, fourth dau. of Rev. Thomas Grylls, Rector of Cardynham, Cornwall; b. 5 Nov 1852; adm. 6 Jun 1866 (James'); QS Jan 1868; left May 1869; an artist; m. 16 Dec 1880 Alice, dau. of William Knight, Sevenoaks, Kent, artist; d. 30 Sep 1904.

Alington, Edward Hugh, 1857-?

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  • Person
  • 1857-?

ALINGTON, EDWARD HUGH, eighth son of Rev. John Alington, Rector of Candlesby, Lincs., and Charlotte Sophia, youngest dau. of Sir Alan Bellingham, Bart.; nephew of George Marmaduke Alington (qv); b. 9 Apr 1857; adm. from Uppingham School 16 Jun 1870 (James'); BB 25 Jul 1870; QS (Capt. ) 1872; Capt. of the School 1875; left May 1876; Hertford Coll. Oxford, matr. 14 Oct 1876; played Association Football against Cambridge 1877, 1878; BA 1880; MA 1883; ordained deacon 1884, priest 1885 (Bishop Mitchinson for Peterborough); Curate, St. Mark’s, Leicester 1884-7; Curate, St. John the Baptist, Summertown, Oxford 1887-98; Assistant Master, Summerfields Preparatory School, Oxford 1879-84, 1887-1918, Head Master 1918-; m. 30 Jul 1885 Margaret, youngest dau. of Archibald Maclaren, Head Master, Summerfields Preparatory Sch., Oxford.

Andrews, John Luckham Williams, 1854-1895

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  • Person
  • 1854-1895

ANDREWS, JOHN LUCKHAM WILLIAMS, fourth son of George James Williams Andrews, Dorchester, Dorset, solicitor, and Elizabeth Ann --- (IGI); b. 31 Jan 1854; adm. 17 Apr 1868 (James'); Min. Can. 1869; left May 1871; Hertford Coll. Oxford, matr. 19 Oct 1874; migrated to St. Alban Hall; BA 1878; adm. Lincoln’s Inn 8 Nov 1873, called to bar 25 Jun 1879; m. Florence Theresa Davis; d. at Angol, Chile 20 Jun 1895, from the results of an accident.

Ashburnham, John, 1845-1912

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  • 1845-1912

ASHBURNHAM, HON. JOHN, second son of Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (qv); b. 6 Mar 1845; adm. 21 Jan 1858 (James'); left 1858; entered Diplomatic Service 1866; attaché at Lisbon 1867, Madrid 1869; Third Secretary 1870; transferred Constantinople 1872; Second Secretary 1875; transferred Vienna 1879; acting Agent and Consul-General, Bulgaria 1879-80; retired 7 Apr 1883; JP Sussex; m. 21 Mar 1907 Maud Mary, eldest dau. of Charles Royal-Dawson, South East Wynaad, Madras Presidency, India; d. 12 Apr 1912.

Ashburnham, William, 1847-1897

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  • Person
  • 1847-1897

ASHBURNHAM, HON. WILLIAM, third son of Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (qv); b. 29 Mar 1847; adm. 21 Jan 1858 (James'); left 1858; Trinity Coll. Cambridge, adm. pens. 8 Nov 1864, fellow commoner same day, matr. Mich. 1866; BA 1869; adm. Inner Temple 11 Jan 1869, called to bar 26 Jan 1874; d. 27 May 1897.

Aubrey, William Aubrey Lloyd Phillips, 1855-?

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  • Person
  • 1855-?

AUBREY, WILLIAM AUBREY LLOYD PHILLIPS, son of Rev. John Evans, Crickhowell, Breconshire, and Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Smith Philipps, Milford Haven, Pembs.; b. 28 Aug 1855; adm. 3 Feb 1869 (James'); BB 10 Feb 1869; QS 1870; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1874, matr. 28 May 1874; BA 1878; assumed surname of Aubrey in lieu of Evans 1879; a journalist; on staff Westminster Gazette; living Llanwnda, Pembrokeshire, in 1881 (1881 Census).

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