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Meysey-Thompson, Ernest Claude.
Adm. pens.
at TRINITY, Oct. 11, 1877.
[Yst] s. of Sir Harry Stephen (1826, sub Thompson), Bart., of 18, Mansfield Street, London (and Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Sir John Croft, Bart., Baron de Serra da Estrella). B. Feb. 18, 1859, at Kirby Hall, Yorks.
School, Eton.
Matric. Michs. 1877.
Spent several years in New Zealand, where he became an expert on agricultural matters.
Of Thorpe Green, Yorks.
J.P. for the West Riding of Yorks.
M.P. for Handsworth Division of Staffs., 1906-22.
Major, Yorkshire Hussars, 1904.
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.; mentioned in the Secretary of State's List for 'valuable services'). Married, Nov. 1, 1894, Alice Jane Blanche, dau. of Col. John Joicey, of Newton Hall, Northumberland, and had issue.
Died Feb. 28, 1944, at Spellow Hill, Knaresborough; buried at Little Ouseburn.
(Eton Sch. Lists; Univ.
War List
; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, Mar. 1, 1944.)
Approx. lifespan: 1859–1944
pens. Trinity College adm1877:10:11
Yst] s. of Sir Harr MEYSEY-THOMPSON y Stephen (1826) sub Thompson), Bart., of 18 Mansfield Street, London , (and Elizabeth Anne) dau. of Sir John CROFT, Bart., Baron de Serra da Estrella)
b. Kirby Hall, Kirby, Yorkshire , 1859:02:18
Sch: Eton
Matric 1877:10MT:
Spent several years New Zealand , , where he became an expert on agricultural matters.
Of Thorpe Green, Yorkshire ,
J.P. for: : West Riding of Yorkshire ,
M.P. for: : Handsworth Division of Staffordshire , 1906-22
Major: Yorks. Hussars 1904
served in the Great War: 1914-19
( Lieutenant-Colonel: R.F.A. ; mentioned in the Sec. of State: 's List for "valuable services")
m. 1894:11:01, Alice Jane Blanche JOICEY dau. of Colonel John JOICEY, of Newton Hall, Newton, Northumberland ,
had issue
d. 1944:02:28 at Spellow Hill, Knaresborough, [West Riding of Yorkshire], ; buried Little Ouseburn, [West Riding of Yorkshire],
( Eton School Lists; University War List ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times 1944:03:01)