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James GRAHAM, Earl of Montrose
M.A. 1635/6 ( Lit. Reg. ).
S. of John, 4th Earl. B. 1612 .
Succeeded as 5th Earl, 1626 .
Adm. at St Andrews University [ Fife ], 26 Jan., 1627.
Travelled abroad, 1633-6 .
Joined the Covenanters, 1637 ; took part in the invasion of England , 1641 .
Joined Charles I, 1641 .
Created Marquis, 1644 .
Appointed Lieutenant-general in Scotland , 1644 .
Defeated at Philipshaugh [ Selkirkshire ], 1645 .
Escaped to the Continent [ Europe ].
Made Field-Marshal by Ferdinand III.
Advised Charles II against accepting the throne of Scotland from the Covenanters.
Defeated at Invercarron [ Ross and Cromarty ], 1650 .
Author, poetical.
[Died]; Betrayed and hanged in the Grassmarket, Edinburgh [ Scotland ], 21 May, 1650.
( D.N.B. )
James GRAHAM, Earl of Montrose
Approx. lifespan: 1611–1650
M.A. 1635/6 ( Lit. Reg. )
s. of John GRAHAM 4th Earl.
b. 1612
Succeeded as 5th Earl 1626
Adm. at St Andrews University, [Fife], 1627:01:26
Travelled abroad 1633-36
Joined the Covenanters 1637 ; took part in the invasion of England , 1641
Joined Charles I 1641
Created Marquis 1644
Appointed Lieutenant-general in Scotland , 1644
Defeated at Philipshaugh, [Selkirkshire], 1645
Escaped to the Continent, [Europe],
Made Field-Marshal by Ferdinand III.
Advised Charles II against accepting the throne of Scotland , from the Covenanters.
Defeated at Invercarron, [Ross and Cromarty], 1650
Author, poetical.
d. betrayed and hanged in the Grassmarket Edinburgh, [Scotland], 1650:05:21
( D.N.B. )
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Montrose, –, Earl of Montrose
See: James GRAHAM
– MONTROSE, Earl of Montrose
Approx. lifespan: 982–1832
<xref> James GRAHAM </xref>
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Boys, Richard.
Adm. pens. at CORPUS CHRISTI, May 23, 1803.
Of Kent. [4th s. of John, agriculturist, for whom see D.N.B., of Betteshanger.
B. May 23, 1783.
School, King's, Canterbury.] Matric. Lent, 1804; Scholar; B.A. 1807; M.A. 1818.
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 22, 1807; priest (Ely) Apr. 10, 1808; C. of Lolworth and Boxworth, Cambs., 1807.
Chaplain to the East India Company; sometime at Rio Janeiro.
Chaplain at St Helena, 1811-29, also Master of the Head School in the Island.
Said to have been the first man Napoleon spoke to on landing there, and with whom he played chess and who left him an armchair and a walking-stick – still cherished possessions of the family.
V. of Tudeley-cum-Capel, Kent, 1830-2. P.C. of Platt, 1849-54.
P.C. of St Mary's, Wrotham, 1849-57.
V. of Loose, near Maidstone, 1854-66.
A fearless and uncompromising divine (for some account of his activities and character see A St Helena Who's Who, by Arnold Chaplin.
Married Agnes, dau. of James Graham, Esq., of Carlisle, Sept. 8, 1807.
Author, Elements of Christian Knowledge; Primitive Obliquities. Died Feb. 13, 1866, aged 82, at Loose.
(G. Mag., 1866, I. 599; L. B. Behrens, Under Thirty-seven Kings; Cant.
Act Bk
.)
Richard BOYS
Approx. lifespan: 1783–1866
Adm pens. Corpus Christi College 1803:05:23
Of Kent ,
4th s. of John, agriculturist, for whom BOYS see D.N.B ., of Betteshanger, [Kent],
b. 1783:05:23
School, King's, Canterbury.]
Matric 1804:01LT:
Scholar
BA 1807
MA 1818
Ord. deacon Norwich 1807:02:22
Ord. priest Ely 1808:04:10
C.: Lolworth and Boxworth, Cambridgeshire , 1807
Chapl.: East India Company
sometime at Rio Janeiro, [Brazil],
Chapl.: St Helena , 1811-29, also
Master of: :
Head School in: : Island.
Said to have been the first man Napoleon spoke to on landing there, and with whom he played chess and who left him an armchair and a walking-stick-still cherished possessions of the family.
V.: Tudeley-cum-Capel, Kent , 1830-32
P.C.: Platt, [Kent], 1849-54
P.C.: St Mary's, Wrotham, [Kent], 1849-57
V.: Loose, near Maidstone, [Kent], 1854-66
A fearless and uncompromising divine (for some account of his activities and character see A St Helena Who's Who, by Arnold Chaplin.
m. Agnes GRAHAM dau. of James GRAHAM, Esq., of Carlisle, [Cumberland], 1807:09:08
Author, Elements of Christian Knowledge;
Primitive Obliquities

d. aged 82 Loose, [Kent], 1866:02:13
( G. Mag . 1866, I. 599; L. B. Behrens, Under Thirty-seven Kings; Cant. Act Bk .)
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Graham, Alexander.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at
TRINITY, Sept. 21,
1818. [3rd] s. of Alexander.
B. [1799], at Lymekilns, Lanarkshire. From Glasgow University. Matric. Michs.
1818. Adm. Advocate,
1831. Of Lymekilns, Capellie and Boyleston, N.B. A well-known sportsman. Won the
purse at Waterloo,
1845, 1849, 1854. Contributed sporting articles to Bell's Life in London.
Died s.p.
Feb. 11, 1873, at Lymekilns. Brother of James (1831). (Glasgow Matrics.;
Boase
, v. 463.)
Alexander GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1799–1873
age=18 : pens. Trinity College adm1818:09:21
Sch: Glasgow University
[3rd] s. of Alexander GRAHAM
b. Lymekilns, Lanarkshire , 1799
Matric 1818:10MT:
Advocate: adm1831
Of Lymekilns, Capellie and Boyleston, [Lanarkshire],
A well-known sportsman
Won the purse at Waterloo 1845, 1849, 1854
Publ.: Contributed sporting articles to Bell's Life in London .
d. s.p. Lymekilns, [Lanarkshire], 1873:02:11
brother of James GRAHAM (1831)
Refs: Glasgow Matrics. Refs: Boase, v. 463.
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Graham, Allen Marden.
Adm. pens. (age 19) at
TRINITY, Jan.
24, 1854. S. [and h.] of James,
of 76, Westbourne Terrace, London. B. [Mar. 10, 1835], at W. Malling, Kent.
School, Rugby. Matric.
Michs. 1854; B.A. 1859. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 3, 1856. Called to the
Bar, 1860. Died July
14, 1877. (Rugby Sch. Reg.)
Allen Marden GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1835–1877
age=19 : pens. Trinity College adm1854:01:24
s. (and h.) of James GRAHAM of 76 Westbourne Terrace, London ,
b. W. Malling, Kent , 1835:03:10
Sch: Rugby School [Rugby], [Warwickshire],
Matric 1854:10MT:
BA 1859
Adm. Inner Temple: 1856:04:03
Called to the Bar: 1860
d. 1877:07:14
Refs: Rugby Sch. Reg .
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Graham, Charles James.
Adm. pens. at
PETERHOUSE, June 25,
1858. [2nd] s. of John (1811), R.
of Hinxton, Cambs. [B. Oct. 1839.] Schools [Uppingham, 1855 and] Bury. Matric.
Michs. 1858; Scholar,
1859; B.A. 1862. A sheep farmer in Australia. Member of the Queensland
Government. Died Mar. 1886,
at Albany, S. Australia, on his return to Australia from London. Brother of John
(1859), William
(1856), etc. (Uppingham Sch. Roll; S.H.A.H., Bury Gr. Sch. Reg.; T. A.
Walker
, 514.)
Charles James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1839–1886
pens. Peterhouse adm1858:06:25
[2nd] s. of John GRAHAM (1811) R.: Hinxton, Cambridgeshire ,
b. 1839:10
Sch: Uppingham School Uppingham, [Rutland], 1855
Sch: Bury School Bury, [Suffolk],
Matric 1858:10MT:
Scholar 1859
BA 1862
sheep farmer in: Australia ,
Member of: Queensland Government Queensland , Australia ,
d. on his return to Australia from London Albany, South Australia , Australia , 1886:03
brother of John GRAHAM (1859)
brother of William GRAHAM (1856) etc
Refs: Uppingham Sch. Roll Refs: S.H.A.H., Bury Gr. Sch. Reg. Refs: T. A. Walker, 514.
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Graham, Fergus James.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at
MAGDALENE, Apr.
26, 1811. S. and h. of the
Rev. Fergus [Magdalen College, Oxford], R. of Arthuret, Cumberland [by his first
wife, Johanna, dau.
of Robert Gale, of Carlisle]. B. 1792. School, Westminster. Matric. Easter,
1811. Cornet, 2nd
Dragoon Guards, 1814; Lieut., 1816; on half-pay, 1817; retired, Feb. 12, 1833.
Postmaster at
Carlisle, 1831. British Consul at Bayonne, 1842-74. Married (1) 1818, Alethea,
dau. of William Evans
James, of Liverpool; (2) 1851, Frances, dau. of William Ellis, of Castle Field,
Yorks. Died Jan. 16,
1881. Half-brother of William P. (1847). (P. E. Towell; Record of Old
Westminsters
; Burke,
L.G. and P. and B., 1940, which gives 'died Jan. 18.')
Fergus James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1792–1881
age=18 : pens. Magdalene College adm1811:04:26
s. and h. of by his first wife "> Fergus GRAHAM, Rev. of Magdalen College [Oxford] R.: Arthuret, Cumberland ,
s. of Johanna Gale[/kq]dau. of Robert GALE of Carlisle, [Cumberland],
b. 1792
Sch: Westminster School [Westminster], [London],
Matric 1811:04ET:
Cornet: 2nd Dragoon Guards 1814
Lieutenant: 2nd Dragoon Guards 1816
on half-pay: 2nd Dragoon Guards 1817 retired1833:02:12
Postmaster at: Carlisle, [Cumberland], 1831
British Consul: at Bayonne, [France], 1842-74
m. (1) "> Alethea JAMES dau. of William Evans JAMES of Liverpool, [Lancashire], 1818
m. (2) "> Frances ELLIS dau. of William ELLIS of Castle Field, Yorkshire , 1851
d. 1881:01:16 or 18
half-brother of William P. GRAHAM (1847)
Refs: P. E. Towell Refs: Record of Old Westminsters Refs: Burke, L.G. and P. and B . 1940, which gives 'died 1881:01:18'
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Graham, Harold James.
Matric. pens. from
EMMANUEL, Michs.
1895. S. of James, Esq., of 36,
King Street, Chester. Scholar; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1900;
priest, 1901; C. of
Stockport, Cheshire, 1900-3, 1909-14 and 1914-16. C. of St Wilfred's,
Northenden, 1903-4. C. of St
M., Neston, 1904-9. V. of St George's, Hyde, 1916-31. V. of Kemsing, Kent, 1931-
5. V. of St Silas,
Blackburn, 1935-46. (Crockford.)
Harold James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1877–1955
Tripos: Emm. Math. I 1898; N.S. I 1899
Matric pens. from Emmanuel College 1895:10MT:
s. of James GRAHAM, Esq of 36 King Street, Chester, [Cheshire],
Scholar
BA 1898
MA 1902
Ord. deacon Chester 1900
Ord. priest 1901
C.: Stockport, Cheshire , 1900-3, 1909-14, and 1914-16
C.: St Wilfred's Northenden, [Lancashire], 1903-04
C.: St M. Neston, [Cheshire], 1904-09
V.: St George's Hyde, [Cheshire], 1916-31
V.: Kemsing, Kent , 1931-35
V.: St Silas Blackburn, [Lancashire], 1935-46
Refs: Crockford .
[add:] d. 1955:09:07 [:add]
[add:] E.C.M. [:add]
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Graham, James, Marquess of.
Adm. nobleman (age
18) at
TRINITY, Jan. 8, 1773. S. and h. of
William [2nd] Duke of Montrose. B. [Sept. 8, 1755], in London. School, Eton.
Matric. Lent, 1774;
M.A. 1775. LL.D., Glasgow. D.C.L., Oxford. Styled Marquess of Graham, 1755-90.
M.P. for Richmond,
1780-4; for Gt Bedwin, 1784-90. Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1780-1836.
Paymaster-General of
the Forces, 1789-91 (jointly with Lord Mulgrave). Vice-President, Board of Trade
and member of the
Privy Council, 1789. Succeeded his father as 3rd Duke of Montrose, Sept. 23,
1790. Commissioner for
the affairs of India, 1791-1803. Master of the Horse, 1790-5 and 1807-21. Lord
Justice-General of
Scotland, 1795-1836. K.G., 1812. Enrolled as a private in the City of London
Light Horse during the
French Revolution. President of the Board of Trade, 1804-6, and for most of that
time also joint
Postmaster-General. Lord Chamberlain, 1821-7 and 1828-30. Lord-Lieut. of the
Counties of Stirling
and Dumbarton. Knight of the Order of the Thistle, 1793-1812. Obtained
permission for the
Highlanders to resume their national dress which had long been prohibited by
law. Married (1) Mar.
3, 1785, Jemima Elizabeth, dau. of John, Earl of Ashburnham; (2) July 24, 1790,
Caroline Maria, dau.
of George, Duke of Manchester. Died Dec. 30, 1836, at his mansion in Grosvenor
Square, London.
Buried at Aberuthven, Perthshire. Father of James (1817). (Eton Coll. Reg.;
D.N.B.
; Doyle,
Official Baronage of England; Scots Peerage (Montrose), VI. 268.)
Marquess of James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1755–1836
age=18 : nobleman Trinity College adm1773:01:08
s. and h. of William GRAHAM, [2nd] Duke of Montrose
b. London , 1755:09:08
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [Buckinghamshire],
Matric 1774:01LT:
MA 1775
LLD Glasgow .
DCL Oxford .
Styled Marquess of GRAHAM 1755-90
M.P.: for Richmond, [Yorkshire ???], 1780-84
M.P.: for Gt Bedwin, [Wiltshire], 1784-90
Chancellor of Sch: Glasgow University [Glasgow], [Scotland], 1780-1836
Paymaster-General of the Forces: jointly with Lord Mulgrave 1789-91
Lord Mulgrave
Vice-President: Board of Trade 1789
Member of Privy Council 1789
Succeeded his father as "> 3rd Duke of MONTROSE 1790:09:23
Commissioner for affairs of: India , 1791-1803
Master of the Horse: 1790-5, and 1807-21
Lord Justice-General of: Scotland , 1795-1836
KG 1812
Enrolled as a private: during the French Rev.olution City of London Light Horse [1789]
President of Board of Trade 1804-06
joint Postmaster-General: for most of the period1804-06
Lord Chamberlain: 1821-7, and 1828-30
Lord-Lieutenant of: Stirlingshire and Dunbartonshire ,
Knight of the Order of the Thistle 1793-1812
Obtained permission for the Highlanders to resume their national dress which had long been prohibited by law"/>
m. (1) "> Jemima Elizabeth – dau. of John, Earl of Ashburnham 1785:03:03
m. (2) "> Caroline Maria MONTAGU dau. of George, Duke of Manchester 1790:07:24
d. at his mansion in Grosvenor Square, London , 1836:12:30
bur. Aberuthven, Perthshire ,
father of James GRAHAM (1817)
Refs: Eton College Reg. Refs: D.N.B. Refs: Doyle, Official Baronage of England Refs: Scots Peerage (Montrose), VI. 268.
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Graham, Sir James, Bart.
Matric. from JESUS,
Easter, 1811;
M.A. 1811. [Doubtless 2nd s. of
Thomas, of Edmond Castle, Cumberland. B. Nov. 18, 1753.] Created Baronet, Oct.
3, 1808. Of
Kirkstall, Yorks. M.P. for Cockermouth, 1802-5 and 1807-12; for Wigtown Burghs,
1805-6; for
Carlisle, 1812-25. Recorder of Appleby. Married, June 17, 1781, Anne, dau. of
the Rev. Thomas Moore,
of Kirkstall. Died Mar. 21, 1825. Father of Sandford (1806) and probably of
Thomas (1804). [Note:
another of these names, b. in Apr., 1761, was created 1st Bart., of Netherby,
1783. Married Lady
Catharine Stewart, dau. of the Earl of Galloway. Died Apr. 13, 1824. Father of
Sir James, R. G.
(1835).] (Burke, L.G.)
Sir James GRAHAM, Bart.
Approx. lifespan: 1753–1825
Matric. from Jesus College 1811:04ET:
MA 1811
Doubtless 2nd s. of Thomas GRAHAM of Edmond Castle, [Edmond], Cumberland ,
b. 1753:11:18
Created Baronet 1808:10:03
Of Kirkstall, Yorkshire ,
M.P.: for Cockermouth, [Cumberland], 1802-5, and 1807-12
M.P.: for Wigtown Burghs, [Wigtownshire], 1805-06
M.P.: for Carlisle, [Cumberland], 1812-25
Recorder of: Appleby, [Westmorland],
m. "> Anne MOORE dau. of Rev. Thomas MOORE of Kirkstall, [Yorkshire], 1781:06:17
d. 1825:03:21
father of Sandford GRAHAM (1806)
probably father of Thomas GRAHAM (1804)
Note: another of these names, b. in 1761:04, was created[/warn] – NETHERBY, 1st Bart. 1783
m. Lady Catharine STEWART dau. of Earl of GALLOWAY
d. 1824:04:13
father of Graham, James R.G. <qual>Sir</qual> (1835)
Refs: Burke, L.G.
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Graham, James, Marquess of.
Adm. nobleman (age
17) at
TRINITY, Feb. 4, 1817. S. and h. of
James (1773) [3rd] Duke of Montrose [by his second wife, Lady Caroline Maria
Montagu, dau. of
George, Duke of Manchester]. B. [July 16, 1799], in London. School, Eton.
Matric. Lent, 1817; M.A.
1819. Styled Marquess of Graham, 1799-1836. P.C., Feb. 23, 1821. M.P. for
Cambridge, 1825-32.
Commissioner for India Board, 1828-30. Succeeded his father as 4th Duke and 7th
Marquis of Montrose,
1836. Opposed the Free Trade measures of Sir Robert Peel, in 1846. Lord Steward
of the Queen's
Household, Feb. 27, 1852-Jan. 4, 1853. Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 1858-
91.
Postmaster-General, July, 1866-Dec. 1868, when he concluded a convention with
the U.S.A., India and
China, which greatly reduced the tariff for letters passing between Great
Britain and those
countries; also effected improvements in mail contracts with the East held by P.
and O. Co. In 1868
brought forward the Electric Telegraphs Bill. Chancellor of Glasgow University,
1837. Major-General
of the Royal Archers. Lord-Lieut. of Stirlingshire, 1843. Married, Oct. 15,
1836, Caroline Agnes,
dau. of John Beresford, second Lord Decies, and had issue. Died Dec. 30, 1874,
at Cannes.
(D.N.B.; Doyle, Official Baronage of England; Eton Sch. Lists.)
Marquess of James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1800–1874
age=17 : nobleman Trinity College adm1817:02:04
s. and h. of by his second wife "> Graham, James <qual>[3rd] Duke of Montrose</qual> (1773)
s. of Lady Caroline Maria MONTAGU dau. of George, Duke of MANCHESTER
b. London , 1799:07:16
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [Buckinghamshire],
Matric 1817:01LT:
MA 1819
Styled Marquess of GRAHAM 1799-1836
P.C.: 1821:02:23
M.P.: for Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], 1825-32
Commissioner: for India Board 1828-30
Succeeded his father as 4th Duke and 7th Marquis of MONTROSE 1836
Opposed the Free Trade measures of "> Sir Robert PEEL in1846
Lord Steward of the Queen's Household: 1852:02:27-1853:01:04
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster: 1858-91
Postmaster-General: 1866:07-1868:12
concluded a convention which greatly reduced the tariff for letters passing between Britain and: USA and India and , China [-cu] [1866:07-1868:12]
effected improvements in mail contracts with the East held by: P. and O. Company [1866:07-1868:12]
brought forward: Electric Telegraphs Bill 1868
Chancellor of Sch: Glasgow University [Glasgow], [Scotland], 1837
Major-General of Royal Archers
Lord-Lieutenant of: Stirlingshire , 1843
m. "> Caroline Agnes BERESFORD dau. of John BERESFORD, second Lord Decies 1836:10:15
had issue"/>
d. Cannes, [France], 1874:12:30
Refs: D.N.B. Refs: Doyle, Official Baronage of England Refs: Eton Sch. Lists .
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Graham, James.
Adm. pens. (age 21) at TRINITY,
May 30, 1831.
S. of Alexander. B. at
Lymekilns, Lanarks. Educated at Glasgow University. Matric. Michs. 1831. Adm. at
the Middle Temple,
Apr. 26, 1849, as 'youngest s. of Alexander, of Limehills (sic),
Lanarks.' Called to the Bar,
Nov. 17, 1865. Of Fereneze, Co. Renfrew. Died s.p. Nov. 12, 1869, at
Hotel St James, Rue St
Honoré, Paris. Brother of Alexander (1818). (Law Lists; Foster,
Men at the Bar; Glasgow
Matriculation Album
, 338.)
James GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1811–1869
age=21 : pens. Trinity College adm1831:05:30
s. of Alexander GRAHAM
b. Lymekilns, Lanarkshire ,
Sch: Glasgow University [Glasgow], [Scotland],
Matric 1831:10MT:
Adm. at: as 'youngest s. of Alexander GRAHAM of Limehills ( sic ), Lanarks.' Middle Temple 1849:04:26
Called to the Bar: 1865:11:17
Of Fereneze, Renfrewshire ,
d. s.p. Hotel St James, Rue St Honoré, Paris, [France], 1869:11:12
brother of Alexander GRAHAM (1818)
Refs: Law Lists Refs: Foster, Men at the Bar Refs: Glasgow Matriculation Album, 338.
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Graham, James Henry Stuart.
Matric. Non-Coll.
Michs. 1879. Of
Waterford, Ireland. S. of
Charles [and Anna Maria]. B. [Mar. 25, 1852], at Little Newtown. Adm. pens. at
ST JOHN'S, Oct. 21,
1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (London) 1894; C. of St Matthew's,
Fulham, 1894-5. C. of St
David's, Holloway, 1895-6. Died Mar. 17, 1896, at 15, Framfield Road, Highbury.
(Scott, MSS.;
Crockford; The Standard
, Mar. 20, 1896.)
James Henry Stuart GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1861–1896
Matric Non-Coll. 1879:10MT:
Of Waterford, Ireland ,
s. of Charles GRAHAM
s. of Anna Maria GRAHAM
b. Little Newtown, < >[[XXX], 1852:03:25
pens. St John's College adm1880:10:21
BA 1884
MA 1887
Ord. deacon London 1894
C.: St Matthew's Fulham, [London], 1894-95
C.: St David's Holloway, [London], 1895-96
d. 15 Framfield Road, Highbury, [London], 1896:03:17
Refs: Scott, MSS. Refs: Crockford Refs: The Standard 1896:03:20
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Graham, James Reginald.
Adm. pens. at TRINITY,
Oct. 6, 1883.
[3rd] s. of [Sir] Frederick
[Ulrick, 3rd Bart.], of Netherby, Longtown, Cumberland. B. [July 28], 1864, in
London. School,
Wellington. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. and LL.B. 1886. Adm. at the Inner Temple,
Nov. 18, 1884.
Called to the Bar, Nov. 19, 1888. Of Scaurbank, Longtown, Cumberland. Died Sept.
26, 1910.
(Wellington Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Burke, P. and B., 1940.)
James Reginald GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1864–1910
Tripos: Trin. Law 1886
pens. Trinity College adm1883:10:06
[3rd] s. of Sir Frederick Ulrick GRAHAM, 3rd Bart of Netherby, Longtown, Cumberland ,
b. London , 1864:[07:28]
Sch: Wellington School [Wellington], [Berkshire],
Matric 1883:10MT:
BA 1886
LLB 1886
Adm. Inner Temple: 1884:11:18
Called to the Bar: 1888:11:19
Of Scaurbank, Longtown, Cumberland ,
d. 1910:09:26
Refs: Wellington College Reg. Refs: Law Lists Refs: Burke, P. and B. 1940
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Graham, Sir James Robert George, Bart.
Hon.
LL.D., 1835; from
TRINITY [not in register]. S.
and h. of Sir James, 1st Bart., of Netherby, Cumberland, and Lady Catharine
Stewart. B. June 1,
1792, at Naworth, Cumberland. School, Westminster. Matric. from Christ Church,
Oxford, June 8, 1810.
Succeeded as 2nd Bart., 1824. Secretary to Lord Montgomerie, British Minister in
Sicily; had conduct
of negotiations with King Joachim (Murat), of Naples, 1813-14. M.P. for Hull,
1818-20; for St Ives,
1820 (resigned on petition), 1821; for Carlisle, 1826-9 and 1852-61; for
Cumberland, 1829-32; for E.
Cumberland, 1832-7; for Pembroke, 1838-41; for Dorchester, 1841-7; for Ripon,
1847-52. F.R.S., 1831.
First Lord of the Admiralty, 1830-4 and 1852-5. Home Secretary, 1841-6. G.C.B.
(Civil) 1854. K.C.B.,
1854. Married, July, 1819, Fanny, dau. of Col. Callander, of Craigforth,
Stirling. Author, Corn
and Currency
, etc. Of Crofthead, near Netherby, Cumberland. Died Oct. 25,
1861, at Netherby.
Father of Malise R. (1851). (Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.;
Boase
, I. 1196;
G.E.C.)
Sir James Robert George GRAHAM, Bart.
Approx. lifespan: 1792–1861
Hon.LLD not in register Trinity College 1835
s. and h. of Sir James GRAHAM, 1st Bart of Netherby, Cumberland ,
s. of Lady Catharine STEWART
b. Naworth, Cumberland , 1792:06:01
Sch: Westminster School [Westminster], [London],
Matric. from Christ Church [Oxford] 1810:06:08
Succeeded as 2nd Bart. 1824
Sec: to Lord Montgomerie British Minister in: : < > XSIC ,
had conduct of negotiations with: "> King Joachim MURAT of Naples, [Italy], 1813-14
M.P.: for Hull, [East Riding of Yorkshire], 1818-20
M.P.: for St Ives, < >[[XXX], 1820 resigned on petition1821
M.P.: for Carlisle, [Cumberland], 1826-9, and 1852-61
M.P.: for Cumberland , 1829-32
M.P.: for E. Cumberland , 1832-37
M.P.: for Pembrokeshire , 1838-41
M.P.: for Dorchester, [Dorset], 1841-47
M.P.: for Ripon, [Yorkshire], 1847-52
FRS 1831
First Lord of Admiralty: 1830-4, and 1852-5
Home Sec: 1841-46
GCB (Civil) 1854
KCB 1854
m. "> Fanny CALLANDER dau. of Colonel CALLANDER, of Craigforth, Stirlingshire , 1819:07
Publ.: Corn and Currency etc
Of Crofthead, near Netherby, Cumberland ,
d. Netherby, [Cumberland], 1861:10:25
father of Malise R. GRAHAM (1851)
Refs: Al. Oxon . Refs: Burke, P. and B. Refs: D.N.B. Refs: Boase, I. 1196 Refs: G.E.C.
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Graham, Malise Reginald.
Adm. pens. (age 18)
at TRINITY, May
31, 1851. [2nd] s. of [Sir]
James [Robert George (1835) of Netherby]. B. [Feb. 15, 1833], in London. School,
Eton. Matric.
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1861; priest, 1862;
C. of Farnham,
Surrey, 1861-2. R. of Arthuret, Cumberland, 1863-95. Married, 1862, Agnes, dau.
of Sir George
Musgrave, Bart., of Edenhall. Died Nov. 18, 1895, at Arthuret. (Eton Sch.
Lists
; Burke, P.
and B.
, 1940; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Cambridge Independent Press,
Nov. 22, 1895.)
Malise Reginald GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1833–1895
age=18 : pens. Trinity College adm1851:05:31
[2nd] s. of Graham, James Robert George <qual>Sir</qual> (1835) of Netherby, [Cumberland],
b. London , 1833:02:15
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [Buckinghamshire],
Matric 1851:10MT:
BA 1855
MA 1859
Ord. deacon Winchester 1861
Ord. priest 1862
C.: Farnham, Surrey , 1861-62
R.: Arthuret, Cumberland , 1863-95
m. "> Agnes MUSGRAVE dau. of Sir George MUSGRAVE, Bart of Edenhall, [Cumberland], 1862
d. Arthuret, [Cumberland], 1895:11:18
Refs: Eton Sch. Lists Refs: Burke, P. and B. 1940 Refs: Scott, MSS. Refs: Crockford Refs: Cambridge Independent Press 1895:11:22
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Graham, Robert.
Adm. pens. (age 17) at TRINITY,
Jan. 28,
1762. [Eldest] s. of James
[schoolmaster], of Dalston, Middlesex. [B. Oct. 14, 1744, at Hackney.] School,
Dalston. Matric.
Easter, 1762; Scholar, 1762; B.A. (3rd Wrangler) 1766; M.A. 1769; Fellow,
1767; auditor,
1778-91. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple. K.C., 1793. Counsel to the University,
1787-91.
Attorney-General to the Prince of Wales, 1793. Baron of the Exchequer, 1799-
1827. Knighted, 1800.
Retired, Feb. 1827, but was sworn P.C., 1830. 'He was an urbane but inefficient
Judge.' Died Sept.
28, 1836, at Long Ditton, Surrey. Buried at Kingston. (D.N.B.; Foss,
Judges of
England
.)
Robert GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1744–1836
Tripos: Trin. Math. 1766
age=17 : pens. Trinity College adm1762:01:28
[Eldest] s. of James GRAHAM schoolmaster: of Dalston, Middlesex ,
b. Hackney, [London], 1744:10:14
Sch: Dalston School [Dalston], [London],
Matric 1762:04ET:
Scholar 1762
BA 3 rd Wrangler 1766
MA 1769
Fellow 1767
Auditor: 1778-91
Called to the Bar: Inner Temple
K.C.: 1793
Counsel: to Sch: University [Cambridgeshire], 1787-91
Attorney-General: to Prince of Wales 1793
Baron of the Exchequer: 1799-1827 retired1827:02
Knighted 1800
P.C.: sworn1830
'He was an urbane but inefficient Judge':
d. Long Ditton, Surrey , 1836:09:28
bur. Kingston, [Surrey],
Refs: D.N.B. Refs: Foss, Judges of England .
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Graham, Sandford.
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, May 3,
1806. [1st
surviving s. of Sir James, Bart.
(1811), of Kirkstall. B. Mar. 10, 1788. School, Eton.] Matric. 1806; B.A. 1810;
M.A. 1813. Capt.,
Grenadier Guards. Succeeded as 2nd Bart., Mar. 21, 1825. Of Kilninver Lodge,
Argyllshire. F.S.A.
Married, Apr. 22, 1819, Caroline, dau. of John Haughton Langston, of Sarsden
House, Oxon. Died Sept.
18, 1852. Father of Cyril C. (1851); probably brother of Thomas (1804). (Eton
Sch. Lists
,
where he is designated 'Graham minor'; Burke, L.G., 1939, which gives
'only son' of Sir
James.)
Sandford GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1788–1852
pens. Trinity College adm1806:05:03
1st surviving s. of "> Graham, James, Sir <qual>Bart</qual> (1811) of Kirkstall, [Yorkshire],
b. 1788:03:10
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [Buckinghamshire],
Matric 1806
BA 1810
MA 1813
Captain: Grenadier Guards
Succeeded as 2nd Bart. 1825:03:21
Of Kilninver Lodge, [Kilninver], Argyllshire ,
FSA
m. "> Caroline LANGSTON dau. of John Haughton LANGSTON of Sarsden House, [Oxford], Oxfordshire , 1819:04:22
d. 1852:09:18
father of Cyril C. GRAHAM (1851)
probably brother of Thomas GRAHAM (1804)
Refs: Eton Sch. Lists, where he is designated 'Graham minor' Refs: Burke, L.G. 1939, which gives 'only son' of Sir James
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Graham, Thomas.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY,
June 23,
1804. S. of James, of London.
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1804. Died Mar. 22, 1807, aged 21. Probably s. of
Sir James (1811),
Bart., but not mentioned in Burke, L.G., which gives Sandford (1806) as
his 'only s.'
(Eton Sch. Lists, which give 'elder brother of Sir Sandford; died young';
G. Mag.,
1807, I. 385, which states that he was the s. of James, Esq., of Portland Place,
London.)
Thomas GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1786–1807
age=18 : pens. Trinity College adm1804:06:23
s. of James GRAHAM of London ,
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [Buckinghamshire],
Matric 1804:10MT:
d. aged 21 1807:03:22
Probably s. of Graham, James, Sir <qual>Bart</qual> (1811) but not mentioned in Burke, L.G., which gives Sandford (1806) as his 'only s.'
Refs: Eton Sch. Lists, which give 'elder brother of Sir Sandford Refs: died young' Refs: G. Mag . 1807, I. 385, which states that he was the s. of James GRAHAM, Esq. of Portland Place, London ,
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Graham, William James Holmes.
Adm. pens. at
EMMANUEL, Mar. 3,
1890. S. of W. [? William
(1856)], Esq., of 2, Temple Gardens, London. [B. Mar. 4, 1872. School, Repton.]
Matric. Michs. 1890;
B.A. 1893. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1896. Clerk of assize,
Northern Circuit. Of 1,
Chapel Street, Preston, in 1943. Brother of Gerard (1892). (Repton Sch. Reg.;
Law Lists
.)
William James Holmes GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1872–1970
pens. Emmanuel College adm1890:03:03
s. of Graham, W. ? William <qual>Esq</qual> (1856) of 2 Temple Gardens, London ,
b. 1872:03:04
Sch: Repton School [Repton], [Derbyshire],
Matric 1890:10MT:
BA 1893
Called to the Bar: Inner Temple 1896:11:17
Clerk of assize: Northern Circuit
Of 1 Chapel Street, Preston, [Lancashire], in1943
brother of Gerard GRAHAM (1892)
Refs: Repton Sch. Reg. Refs: Law Lists .
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Graham, William Paley.
M.A. 1847, incorp. from
Oxford. 2nd s.
of the Rev. Fergus, of
Arthuret, Cumberland, by his second wife, Jane, dau. of the Rev. William Paley,
D.D. B. Apr. 12,
1817. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. (age 18) from Queen's College, Oxford, June
25, 1835; Scholar,
1835-44; B.A. (Oxford) 1839; M.A. (Oxford) 1843. C. of Maryport, Cumberland,
1841-2. C. of Lazonby,
-1846-7. R. of Blyborough, Lincs., 1847-70. Married Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev.
James Bush. Died
Apr. 29, 1870, at Blyborough. M.I. Half-brother of Fergus J. (1811).
[Distinguish from his cousin,
William, 2nd s. of Sir James, 1st Bart., R. of Arthuret, 1829-62; died 1862.]
(Shrewsbury Sch.
Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford
; Burke, P. and B., 1940.)
William Paley GRAHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1817–1870
MA incorp. from Oxford 1847
2nd s. by his second wife, of "> Fergus GRAHAM, Rev. of Arthuret, Cumberland ,
s. of Jane PALEY dau. of Rev. William PALEY, DD
b. 1817:04:12
Sch: Shrewsbury School [Shrewsbury], [Shropshire],
age=18 : Matric Queen's College [Oxford] 1835:06:25
Scholar 1835-44
BA Oxford 1839
MA Oxford 1843
C.: Maryport, Cumberland , 1841-42
C.: Lazonby, [Cumberland], -1846-7
R.: Blyborough, Lincolnshire , 1847-70
m. "> Elizabeth BUSH dau. of Rev. James BUSH
d. Blyborough, [Lincolnshire], 1870:04:29
MI"/>
half-brother of Fergus J. GRAHAM (1811)
warn]Distinguish from his cousin William GRAHAM 2nd s. of Sir James GRAHAM, 1st Bart R.: Arthuret, [Cumberland], 1829-62
d. 1862
Refs: Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. Refs: Al. Oxon. Refs: Clergy List Refs: Crockford Refs: Burke, P. and B. 1940
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Lawson (formerly Wybergh), Wilfrid.
Adm. Fell.-Com. at TRINITY HALL, June 24, 1813.
Of Brayton House, Cumberland.
[7th] s. of Thomas Wybergh, of Clifton Hall, Westmorland (and Isabella, dau. of John Hartley, of Rose Hill). B. Oct. 5, 1795.
Matric. Michs. 1813.
Of Brayton House, Cumberland.
Had assumed the surname and arms of Lawson after that of Wybergh, by Royal licence, Sept.
26, 1812, on succeeding, Oct. 2, 1812, to the property of his brother Thomas (inherited from his uncle (above)). Sheriff of Cumberland, 1820.
Created Bart., 1831.
Married, June 20, 1821, Caroline, dau. of Sir James Graham, 1st Bart., of Netherby, and had issue.
Died June 12, 1867.
(Changes of Name; Burke, P. and B. (Wilfrid Wybergh Lawson); G. Mag., 1867, II. 107.)
Wilfrid LAWSON
formerly Wilfrid WYBERGH
Approx. lifespan: 1795–1867
Fell.-Com. Trinity Hall adm1813:06:24
Of Brayton House, Brayton, Cumberland ,
7th s. of Wybergh, Thomas <qual>of Clifton Hall, Clifton, Westmorland , (and Isabella)</qual> dau. of John HARTLEY, of Rose Hill, [Cumberland ???], )
b. 1795:10:05
Matric 1813:10MT:
Of Brayton House, Brayton, Cumberland ,
Had assumed the surname and arms of Lawson after that of Wybergh, by Royal licence 1812:09:26, on succeeding 1812:10:02, to the property of his brother Thomas (inherited from his uncle (above))
Sheriff of: Cumberland , 1820
Created Bart. 1831
m. 1821:06:20,Caroline dau. of Sir James GRAHAM, 1st Bart., of Netherby, [Cumberland],
had issue
d. 1867:06:12
( Changes of Name ; Burke, P. and B. (Wilfrid Wybergh Lawson); G. Mag. 1867, II. 107)
[add:]The C. Chron. of 1834:07:18 reported that he had burnt his stock of brandy, rum, gin, and whisky, after hearing temperance lectures.[:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell.)[:add]
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Parry, George Frederick.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, May 1, 1813; from Wadham College, Oxford, whence he had matric.
Feb. 8, 1813. [Eldest] s. of George (and Lydia).
B. [Dec. 8, 1794], at Tillicherry, India.
School, Westminster.
Matric. Michs. 1813; B.A. (11th Wrangler) 1817; M.A. 1822.
Played cricket for the Gentlemen v. the Players, 1819, 1820 and 1828-9. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 26, 1815.
Called to the Bar, May 25, 1821.
Practised before the Supreme Court, Bombay, 1822-8. Returned to England, 1828.
Married, June 30, 1831, Augusta Mary, yst. dau. of James Graham, of Rickerby, Cumberland.
Died Jan. 11, 1872, at Mentone, France.
Brother of Edward L. (1814).
(Record of Old Westminsters; Al. Oxon.; Boase, II, 1362; Inns of Court.)
George Frederick PARRY
Approx. lifespan: 1794–1872
pens. aged 18 Trinity College adm1813:05:01
from Wadham College [Oxford], whence he had
Matric 1813:02:08
Eldest s. of George PARRY (and Lydia)
b. Tillicherry, India , 1794:12:08
Sch: Westminster School Westminster, [London],
Matric 1813:10MT:
BA 11 th Wrangler 1817
MA 1822
Played cricket for the Gentlemen v. the Players 1819, 1820, and 1828-9
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1815:11:26
Called to the Bar: 1821:05:25
Practised: before Supreme Court Bombay, [India], 1822-28
Returned to England 1828
m. 1831:06:30,Augusta Mary, yst. dau. of James GRAHAM, of Rickerby, Cumberland ,
d. Mentone, France , 1872:01:11
brother of Edward L. PARRY (1814)
( Record of Old Westminsters; Al. Oxon.; Boase, II 1362; Inns of Court .)
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Prittie, the Hon.
Henry Cornelius O'Callaghan.

Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 30, 1896. [Eldest] s. of Henry O'Callaghan (next) [4th] Baron Dunalley, of Kilboy, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary (and Mary Frances, only dau. of Major-General Reginald Onslow Farmer).
B. July 19, 1877, in Dublin.
School, Harrow.
Matric. Michs. 1896.
Second Lieut., the Rifle Brigade, 1901.
Served in the South African War, 1901-2. Capt., 1911.
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Major, Rifle Brigade; wounded; mentioned in despatches; D.S.O., 1916). Succeeded his father as 5th Baron Dunalley, Aug. 5, 1927.
Married, 1911, Beatrice Evelyn, dau. of James Noble Graham, Esq., of Carfin and Stonebyres, Lanarks., and had issue.
Author, Saddle and Steel; Khaki and Rifle Green. Of Kilboy, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.
Died in 1948. (Burke, P. and B.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Army Lists; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Who's Who.)
Hon. Henry Cornelius O'Callaghan PRITTIE
Approx. lifespan: 1877–1948
pens. Trinity College adm1896:06:30
Eldest s. of Henry PRITTIE O'Callaghan (next) [4th] Baron Dunalley, of Kilboy, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary , (and Mary Frances, only dau. of Major-General: Reginald Onslow Farmer)
b. Dublin, [Ireland], 1877:07:19
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [Middlesex],
Matric 1896:10MT:
Second Lieutenant: the Rifle Brigade 1901
Served in the South African War [South Africa], 1901-02
Captain: 1911
served in the Great War: 1914-19
Major: Rifle Brigade; wounded; Mentioned in Despatches ; DSO (1916)
Succeeded his father as 5th Baron Dunalley 1927:08:05
m. 1911 Beatrice Evelyn GRAHAM dau. of James Noble GRAHAM, Esq., of Carfin, [Lanarkshire], and Stonebyres, Lanarkshire ,
had issue
Publ.: Saddle and Steel; Khaki and Rifle Green
Of Kilboy, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary ,
d. 1948
(Burke, P. and B. ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Army Lists; The VC and DSO ; Who's Who .)
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STEVENSON, CHARLES BUTLER.
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, July 7, 1813.
Of Buckinghamshire . [S. of the Ven. George (1781), D.D., Dean of Kilfenora, and R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny (and Lydia, dau. of Thomas Thackeray, surgeon, of Cambridge). B. May 18, 1796, at Eton.
School, Eton.] Cornet, 1st Dragoon Guards, 1814.
Served with the Regt. at Waterloo; retired, 1816.
Re-adm., as a Fell.-Com., Feb. 12, 1822.
Matric. Lent, 1822; B.A. 1826.
V. of Backford, Cheshire , 1827-36.
R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny , 1836-58.
Married Harriet Mary Anne, dau. of James Graham, of Rickardby, Cumberland . Brother of George (1812) and of Thomas (1821); father of George W. (1844). (Foster, Index Eccles.; Eton Sch. Lists ; Sir Wasey Sterry.)
Charles Butler STEVENSON
Approx. lifespan: 1796–1894
pens. Emmanuel College adm1813:07:07
Of Buckinghamshire ,
s. of the Ven. George STEVENSON (1781), DD, Dean of Kilfenora, [Co. Clare], and
R.: Callan, Co. Kilkenny , (and Lydia THACKERAY dau. of Thomas THACKERAY Surgeon of CB, [Cambridgeshire], )
b. Eton, [Buckinghamshire], 1796:05:18
Sch: Eton
Cornet, 1st Dragoon Guards 1814
Served with Regiment at Waterloo, [Belgium], ; retired1816
Re-adm., as a Fell.-Com. 1822:02:12
Matric 1822:01LT:
BA 1826
V.: Backford, Cheshire , 1827-36
R.: Callan, Co. Kilkenny , 1836-58
m. Harriet Mary Anne GRAHAM dau. of James GRAHAM of Rickardby, Cumberland ,
brother of George STEVENSON (1812)
brother of of Thomas STEVENSON (1821)
father of George W. STEVENSON (1844)
(Foster, Index Eccles.; Eton School Lists ; Sir Wasey Sterry.)
[add:] m. 1824:07:22 H.M.A. Graham; she died July 1842, after a carriage accident, leaving a numerous family[:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell; C.R. Hudleston)[:add]
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STEVENSON, GEORGE WILLIAM.
Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, June 15, 1844. [Eldest] s. of the Rev. Charles Butler (1813), R. of Callan, Co. Kilkenny (and Harriet Mary Anne, dau. of James Graham). B. Mar. 1826, at Tattenhall, Cheshire . School, Winchester.
Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848.
J.P. for Co. Kilkenny . Killed by a fall from his Horse, June 4, 1854, at Kilbride, Co. Antrim .
( Winchester Coll. Reg.; Bromsgrove Sch. Reg.; Peile, II. 489; G. Mag., 1854, II. 408.)
George William STEVENSON
Approx. lifespan: 1826–1854
pens. Christ's College adm1844:06:15
Eldest s. of Rev. Charles Butler STEVENSON (1813) R.: Callan, Co. Kilkenny , (and Harriet Mary Anne GRAHAM dau. of James GRAHAM )
b. Tattenhall, Cheshire , 1826:03
Sch: Winchester School Winchester, [Hampshire],
Matric 1844:10MT:
BA 1848
J.P. for: : Co. Kilkenny ,
d.; d. killed by a fall from his Horse 1854:06:04 at Kilbride, Co. Antrim ,
( Winchester College Reg.; Bromsgrove School Reg.; Peile, II. 489; G. Mag 1854, II. 408)
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WADDILOVE, WILLIAM JAMES DARLEY.
Adm. pens. (age 17) at ST JOHN'S, Dec. 28, 1802.
S. of [the Very Rev. Robert Darley (1755)], Dean of Ripon.
B. [1782], at Ripon.
Bapt. Feb. 23, 1785.
School, Westminster.
Matric. Michs. 1803; Scholar, 1803; B.A. 1807; M.A. 1810.
Ord. deacon (Exeter, Litt. dim. from York) Feb. 28, 1808; priest (Winchester, Litt. dim. from York) Mar. 5, 1809; C. of Marton-le-Moor, Yorkshire , 1808.
P.C. of Dishforth and of Marton-le-Moor, 1809.
C. of Kirkhammerton, 1812.
V. of Wistow, 1818.
C. of Cawood, 1818-22.
Preb. of Ripon, 1811.
P.C. of Cleasby, Yorkshire , 1821-6. Lived subsequently at Beacon Grange, Hexham.
Chaplain to the Duke of Roxburgh.
Married, Mar. 4, 1816, Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Sir James Graham, Bart., and had issue.
Author, A Lamp in the Wilderness . Edited The Stewart Mission (of Upper Canada ). Died Oct. 28, 1859.
Brother of the above.
( Record of Old Westminsters; Clergy List; Clerical Guide ; Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1859, II. 652.)
William James Darley WADDILOVE
Approx. lifespan: 1782–1859
pens. aged 17 St John's College adm1802:12:28
s. of [Very Rev. Robert DARLEY (1755) Dean of Ripon, [West Riding of Yorkshire],
b. (1782), Ripon, [West Riding of Yorkshire],
c. 1785:02:23
Sch: Westminster School Westminster, [London],
Matric 1803:10MT:
Scholar 1803
BA 1807
MA 1810
Ord. deacon Exeter, Litt. dim. from York 1808:02:28
Ord. priest Winchester, Litt. dim. from York 1809:03:05
C.: Marton-le-Moor, North Riding of Yorkshire , 1808
P.C.: Dishforth, [North Riding of Yorkshire], and of Marton-le-Moor, [North Riding of Yorkshire], 1809
C.: Kirkhammerton, [West Riding of Yorkshire], 1812
V.: Wistow, [West Riding of Yorkshire], 1818
C.: Cawood, [West Riding of Yorkshire], 1818-22
Prebendary: Ripon, [West Riding of Yorkshire], 1811
P.C.: Cleasby, North Riding of Yorkshire , 1821-26
subsequently Beacon Grange, Beacon, Hexham, [Northumberland],
Chapl.: to the Duke of Roxburgh.
m. 1816:03:04 Elizabeth Anne GRAHAM dau. of Sir James GRAHAM, Bart.
had issue
Publ.: A Lamp in the Wilderness
Publ.: Edited The Stewart Mission (of Upper Canada)
d. 1859:10:28
brother of the above WADDILOVE
( Record of Old Westminsters; Clergy List; Clerical Guide ; Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.; G. Mag 1859, II. 652)
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WHEELER, EDWARD VINCENT.
Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY, Feb. 25, 1850. [Only] s. of Vincent Wood, of Newnham Court, Worcs. (by his 2nd wife, Frances, 2nd dau. of James Graham, of Ludlow). B. Mar. 23, 1831, at Newnham Court.
School, Rugby.
Matric. Michs. 1850.
Of Kyrewood House, Tenbury.
J.P. for Worcs., Shropshire and Heref.; D.L. for Worcs. and Heref.; High Sheriff of Worcs., 1857.
Married, May 27, 1854, Marianne, only dau. of the Rev. James Volant Vashon, R. of Salwarpe, Worcs.
Died July 5, 1885.
Father of the next and of James V. (1880).
( Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G. )
Edward Vincent WHEELER
Approx. lifespan: 1831–1885
pens. aged 19 Trinity College adm1850:02:25
Only s. of Vincent Wood WHEELER of Newnham Court, Newnham, Worcestershire , (by his 2nd wife, Frances GRAHAM 2nd dau. of James GRAHAM of Ludlow, [Shropshire], )
b. Newnham Court, Newnham, [Worcestershire], 1831:03:23
Sch: Rugby School Rugby, [Warwickshire],
Matric 1850:10MT:
Of Kyrewood House, Kyrewood, Tenbury, [Worcestershire],
J.P. for: : Worcestershire , Shropshire , and Herefordshire ,
D.L. for: : Worcestershire and Herefordshire ,
High Sheriff of: Worcestershire , 1857
m. 1854:05:27 Marianne VASHON only dau. of Rev. James Volant VASHON R.: Salwarpe, Worcestershire ,
d. 1885:07:05
father of Edward Vincent Vashon WHEELER (1877)
father of of James V. WHEELER (1880)
( Rugby School Reg.; Burke, L.G. )

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