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Stelfox's

Abbott, Henry Bethune, 1816-?

  • GB-2014-WSA-01893
  • Person
  • 1816-?

ABBOTT, HENRY BETHUNE, eldest son of William Abbott, Parliament Street, Westminster, and Eliza --- (IGI); b. 5 Sep 1816; adm. 18 Jan 1830 (Stelfox's); adm. Gray’s Inn 12 Jun 1833.

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.

Alexander, Robert Quin, 1816-1887

  • GB-2014-WSA-02027
  • Person
  • 1816-1887

ALEXANDER, ROBERT QUIN, only surviving son of William James Alexander, Maj. co. Dublin Militia, and Gertrude, eldest dau. of Gustavus Handcock-Temple, Waterstown, co. Westmeath; b. 3 May 1816; adm. 26 Sep 1827 (Stelfox's); Trinity Coll. Dublin, adm. pens. 3 Nov 1834; agent for Earl of Caledon in Tyrone and Armagh; High Sheriff, co. Dublin 1850; JP co. Armagh, co. Tyrone; m. 17 Feb 1840 Gertrude Harriet, fourth dau. of John Lushington Reilly, Scarvagh House, co. Down; d. 1887.

Anstice, Joseph, 1808-1836

  • GB-2014-WSA-02195
  • Person
  • 1808-1836

ANSTICE, JOSEPH, second son of William Anstice, Madeley, Shropshire, ironmaster, by Penelope, youngest dau. of John Poole, Marshmill, Over Stowey, Somerset; b. 21 Dec 1808; adm. 30 Sep 1822 (Stelfox's); KS (Capt. ) 1823; Capt. of the School 1826; elected head to Christ Church, Oxford 1827, Westminster Student, matr. 30 May 1827; Newdigate Prize 1828; 1st cl. Classics and Mathematics 1830; Chancellor’s English Essay Prize 1834; BA 1831; MA 1835; Professor of Classical Literature, King’s Coll. London 1831-5; classical scholar and hymn writer; author, Selections from the Classic Poetry of the Greek Dramatic Writers, and other works; m. 10 Jul 1832 Elizabeth Spencer, dau. of Joseph Ruscombe Poole, Bridgewater, Somerset, solicitor; d. 29 Feb 1836. DNB.

Anstice, Robert Richard, 1813-1853

  • GB-2014-WSA-02196
  • Person
  • 1813-1853

ANSTICE, ROBERT RICHARD, brother of Joseph Anstice (qv); b. 9 Apr 1813; adm. 20 Sep 1826 (Stelfox's); KS 1827; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1831, Westminster Student, matr. 21 May 1831; 1st cl. Mathematics 1834; Mathematical Scholar 1835; BA 1835; MA 1837; ordained 1846; Perpetual Curate of Wigginton, Herts., from 1847; d. 17 Dec 1853.

Baber, Harry, 1817-1892

  • GB-2014-WSA-02408
  • Person
  • 1817-1892

BABER, HARRY, son of Rev. Henry Hervey Baber FRS, Rector of Stretham, Cambs., and Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum, and Ann, dau. of Harry Smith; b. 18 Mar 1817; adm. 3 Jul 1828 (Stelfox's); KS 1830; elected to Trinity Coll. Cambridge 1834, adm. pens. 13 Jun 1834, scholar 1835, matr. Mich. 1834; BA 1839; MA 1842; ordained deacon 26 Jul 1840, priest 11 Aug 1841 (both Norwich); Diocesan Inspector of Schools, Staffordshire 1844-7; Chaplain, Whitelands Training Institution, Chelsea 1847-72; Vicar of Ramsbury, with Axford, Wilts., from 1872; m. 10 Aug 1847 Sarah Frances, eldest dau. of Joshua Rodwell, Alderton, Suffolk; d. 18 Jan 1892.

Baldwin, George Dimsdale, 1812-?

  • GB-2014-WSA-02536
  • Person
  • 1812-?

BALDWIN, GEORGE DIMSDALE, brother of Robert Baldwin (qv) (IGI); b. 12 Aug 1812; adm. 13 Jan 1823 (Stelfox's).

Baldwin, John Loraine, 1809-1896

  • GB-2014-WSA-02538
  • Person
  • 1809-1896

BALDWIN, JOHN LORAINE, only son of John Baldwin (qv); b. 1 Jun 1809; adm. (Stelfox) 21 Jan 1822; left Dec 1823; Christ Church, Oxford, matr. 10 Oct 1827; a well-known dandy and inventor of a scent; a staunch supporter of the Canterbury Cricket Week, and one of the original “Old Stagers” who acted at their first performance in 1842 (see History of Kent County Cricket, 149, 151, 168); one of the founders of I Zingari in 1845; Chairman of the Portland Committee, which drew up the rules of Short Whist; the Baldwin Club, which was called after him, was founded at 3 Pall Mall East in 1887; edited The Laws of Short Whist and a Treatise on the Game by J. C., 1864; author, A Glimpse of Whist, 1866, and other works; m. 31 Jul 1873 Elizabeth, widow of Lord Francis John Russell, and dau. of Algernon Peyton (qv); d. 25 Nov 1896.

Baldwin, Robert, 1809-1848

  • GB-2014-WSA-02541
  • Person
  • 1809-1848

BALDWIN, ROBERT, eldest son of Robert Baldwin, Paternoster Row, London, bookseller and publisher, and his cousin Maria, third dau. of Henry Baldwin; b. 23 Mar 1809; adm. 15 Jan 1821 (Stelfox's); KS 1823; elected head to Trinity Coll. Cambridge 1827, adm. pens. 29 May 1827, scholar 1828, matr. Mich. 1827; BA 1831; MA 1834; adm. Middle Temple 21 Aug 1828, called to bar 20 Nov 1840; special pleader; Home Circuit; d. 6 Jun 1848.

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