STEWART FAMILY HISTORY

 

In the late 18th Century there were two brothers living in Liverpool:

 

1.        John, of Liverpool and later of Manchester, m. Elizabeth – and had issue:

a.      William, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Hale in the parish of Childwall, Liverpool, author of Memorials of Hale, b. 11 Nov 1785, bapt 15 Dec 1785 at Newington Chapel, Renshaw Street, Liverpool, educ Manchester School, Brasenose College, Oxford, d. 1 Dec 1856.

a.      Sarah (twin), b. Jul 1789, bapt 24 Aug 1789 at Newington Chapel, Renshaw Street, Liverpool.

b.      Mary (twin), b. Jul 1789, bapt 24 Aug 1789 at Newington Chapel, Renshaw Street, Liverpool.

      2.      DANIEL, of whom presently.

 

DANIEL STEWART, architect and surveyor, of Liverpool, originally from Kilmarnock, partner in the firm Daniel Stewart & Son with offices at 28 Warren Street and a residence at 1 Dover Street, m. ANN, dau of WILLIAM PEDDEN of Old Cumnock, Ayrshire and his wife MARGARET (née NELSON). See the Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 by Howard Colvin. She d. between 10 Oct 1837 and 25 Oct 1842 and he d. 25 Oct 1842 (Consistory Court of Chester will dated 10 Oct 1837 and proved 4 Nov 1842) having had issue:

 

1.     JOHN, of whom presently.

1.     Ann, bapt 10 Oct 1788 at Newington Chapel, Renshaw Street, Liverpool, m. 5 Nov 1813 at St. Anne’s, Liverpool, William Grapel, bookseller, stationer and binder, of 61 Church Street, Liverpool. She d. 6 Jun 1822, aged 33, (and he m. 2ndly (marriage settlement dated 4 Apr 1825) Ann Tomlinson of Liverpool, who d.s.p. 1846 (P.C.C. will dated 18 Oct 1844 and proved 13 Aug 1846)) and d. circa 1854 (P.C.C. will proved 5 Apr 1854) having had issue:

a.     William, M.A., barrister-at-law, Taxing Officer on South Eastern Circuit, of 65 Maitland Park Road in 1881 and 10 Gloucester Road, Regent’s Park in 1887, b. 7 Jun 1821, bapt 6 Sep 1821 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, educ King William’s College, Isle of Man, Bedford, St. John’s College, Cambridge, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 26 Apr 1847, called to the Bar on 6 Jun 1853, m. 4 Sep 1845 at St. Pancras, Marianne, dau of Abraham Clarke. He was a collector, rented the house of artist Henry Bright in St. John’s Wood in 1858, corresponded with James McNeill Whistler in the later 1860s and early 1870s and wrote Sources of Roman Law: An Introduction to the Institutes of Justinian, published in 1857. She lived at 2 Clarence Square, Brighton and d. 1883, aged 70. He had issue, probably by Emily James, described as a ‘friend and dressmaker’:

1.     Francis Gaspar, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., medical practitioner, of 282 London Road, Thornton Heath, 23 The Terrace, Barnes and 17 Basil Mansions, Basil Street, b. circa 1870 in Albany Street, London, educ Ashford Grammar School, m. 1892 in London, Mary Moore and d. 20 Apr 1948 having had issue:

a.        William Vincent R., b. 1894.

1.     Alora B., b. circa 1872 in Highgate.

a.     Ann Jane, bapt 7 Nov 1815 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool.

b.     Elizabeth, bapt 28 Aug 1817 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, d. 29 Jan 1820, aged 3 years.

c.     Sarah, bapt 12 Jan 1820 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, d. 1 Feb 1820, aged 3 months.

 

JOHN STEWART (biography), J.P., architect and surveyor, of 68 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, Mayor of Liverpool in 1855-56, b. 8 Feb 1791 in Liverpool, bapt 6 Mar 1791 at Newington Chapel, Renshaw Street, trained in his father's office, m. 2 Jun 1818 at St. Anne’s, Liverpool, MARY ANN, second dau of WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, butter merchant, of 10 College Lane, Toxteth and later of Birkett Street, Liverpool (Lancashire will dated 4 Dec 1811 and proved 19 Jul 1815) and his second wife ANN (née CLARE), sister of Richard Shaw Clare, ship’s chandler, of Liverpool. See the Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 by Howard Colvin. She was b. 4 Aug 1793, bapt 12 Sep 1793 at St. James’s, Toxteth Park and d. 2 Apr 1852 and he d. 9 Apr 1871 (Will dated 29 Mar 1871 and proved 31 May 1871). They were both buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool having had issue:

 

1.     Canon John (obituary), M.A., Rector of West Derby, Lancashire 1846-89, Honorary Canon of Chester 1872-80, Canon of Liverpool 1880-89, of The Rectory, 26 Almonds Green, West Derby, b. 28 Jun 1821, bapt 20 Sep 1821 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, educ King William’s College, Isle of Man, St. John’s College, Cambridge, m. Eleanor, third dau of James Thorpe of Coddington, Nottinghamshire and his wife Anne (née Simpson). See THORPE formerly of CODDINGTON – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1952 Edition. She d. 12 Jun 1888 and he d. 22 Jun 1889 at The Rectory, West Derby (Administration dated 6 Aug 1889) and they were both buried at Kirkby having had issue:

a.     James Thorpe, bapt 2 Feb 1849 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. 20 Feb 1849 and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool.

b.     Arthur John, B.A., of The Old Rectory, West Derby, b. 16 Jun 1850 at Beacon Field House, Coddington, bapt 2 Aug 1850 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, educ Ipswich Grammar School, Trinity College, Cambridge, d. unmarried 6 May 1918.

c.     Charles Edward, bapt 29 Oct 1851 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. 17 Jan 1852, aged 4 months, and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool.

d.     William Henry, bapt 25 Oct 1852 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. 13 Feb 1853, aged 4 months, and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool.

e.     Canon Percy, M.A., Rector of West Derby 1889-1925, b. 13 Jun 1856, bapt 23 Jul 1856 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, educ Uppingham, Trinity College, Cambridge, m. 30 Apr 1895 at St. Saviour’s, St. George’s Square, London, Mary, dau of Colonel Francis Lyon, Royal Horse Artillery, and his wife Flora, younger dau of The Hon. Arthur Annesley. See LYON formerly of APPLETON HALL – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1972 Edition and Who’s Who. He d. 22 Aug 1934 (Will dated 28 Jan 1924 and proved 20 Oct 1934) at Poleacre, Crawley, Sussex and she d. 12 Mar 1944 (Will dated 11 Mar 1937 and proved 9 Aug 1944) having had issue:

1.     John, of 82 Hoylake Crescent, Ickenham, Middlesex, Lieutenant in the Army during the Second World War, b. 15 Jul 1906, educ Marlborough, Clare College, Cambridge, m. 1stly 1944 (marriage dissolved), Joan A.G. Jarvis and was living in 1962 having had issue: 1 dau.

He m. 2ndly Rachel Spiers (née Henderson).

1.     Ellinor, of 11 Drayton Gardens, London SW10, b. 1 Oct 1896 at West Derby, m. 16 May 1918 at West Derby, Rev Kevin Fitzjames Wilson, B.A., Curate of West Derby, son of Canon James Wilson, M.A., Litt.D., B.D., Vicar of Dalston, Cumberland. He d. 21 Apr 1920 and she d. 16 Oct 1985 having had issue:

a.     Priscilla Mary, of 79 Lyall Mews West, London SW1, b. 17 Aug 1919, d. unmarried 11 Jun 1983.

2.     Mary (Molly), b. 1898 at West Derby, d. circa 1908.

3.     Phyllis, of The Wicket, College Lane, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks, Sussex, b. 15 Aug 1899 at West Derby, d. unmarried 12 Dec 1951.

4.     Agnes, of The Old Rectory, Bramshall, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, b. 4 Feb 1901 at West Derby, m. 26 Apr 1930 at Charlwood, Surrey, Major Arthur Henry Finch Dawson, North Staffordshire Regiment, eldest son of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Finch Dawson, Royal Field Artillery, and his wife The Hon. Anne Margaret Cross, youngest dau of 1st Viscount Cross. See DAWSON of LAUNDE ABBEY – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1965 Edition. He d. 7 Dec 1963 and she d. 5 Jan 1985 having had issue: 2 sons.

5.     Betty, of Rose Cottage, Cusgarne, Truro, Cornwall, b. 27 Jun 1903 at West Derby, d. unmarried 12 Apr 1965 (Will dated 27 Dec 1962 and proved 20 Aug 1965).

6.     Joan, of 4 Courtenay Gate, Kingsway, Hove, East Sussex, b. 29 Dec 1904 at West Derby, m. 29 Dec 1936 at Chelsea Register Office, Hercules Charles Cecil Ross, stockbroker, son of Major James Alexander Ross of 34 Sloane Court, Chelsea and his wife Marjorie Gertrude Hardcastle, third dau of Thomas Hardcastle Sykes, D.L., J.P., of Cringle House, Cheadle, Cheshire. See SYKES of NORRINGTON – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1972 Edition. He d. 3 Sep 1987 and she d. 20 Nov 1992 having had issue: 1 son.

a.     Mary Eleanor, of West Derby, bapt 17 Aug 1847 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. unmarried 19 Dec 1920.

b.     Edith, of The Old Rectory, Madresfield, Worcestershire, bapt 10 Feb 1854 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. unmarried 30 Apr 1927.

c.     Alice Maud, of The Old Rectory, Madresfield, Worcestershire, bapt 5 Apr 1855 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. unmarried 12 Jan 1943 and was buried at Madresfield.

d.     Margaret Emily, of The Old Rectory, Madresfield, Worcestershire, bapt 13 May 1858 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. unmarried 9 Sep 1927.

e.     Mabel, bapt 4 Aug 1859 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, m. 7 Feb 1884 at West Derby, Rev Robert Daniel Horace Gray, M.A., Vicar of Briercliffe, Lancashire 1878-87, Vicar of Chatburn, Lancashire 1887-1908, Vicar of Selham, Sussex 1908-13, eldest son of Canon Robert Henry Gray, M.A., Vicar of Kirkby, Walton-on-the-Hill, Lancashire, Rector of Wolsingham, Durham and his wife Kate Middleton, dau of Daniel Ball. He d. 5 Dec 1913 at Westmoor, Tillington, Petworth, Sussex having had issue:

1.     Sibyl, of 2 Cheyne Court, Chelsea, d. unmarried 29 Dec 1929.

f.      Fanny, of The Old Rectory, West Derby and later of Pound Bank, Barnards Green, Malvern, bapt 26 Sep 1860 at St. Mary the Virgin, West Derby, d. unmarried 6 Feb 1956 and was buried at Madresfield.

2.     ALEXANDER, of whom presently.

3.     Rev Richard Benson, M.A., Vicar of Hale, Liverpool 1856-1906, b. 21 Aug 1828, educated Royal Institution School, Liverpool, Caius College, Cambridge, m. 28 Apr 1857 at Lenton, Nottinghamshire, Fanny Maria, youngest dau of James Thorpe of Coddington and his wife Anne (née Simpson). See THORPE formerly of CODDINGTON – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1952 Edition. He d. 14 Mar 1909 (Will dated 22 Dec 1905 and proved 19 Jul 1909) at Homeleigh, Woolton and was buried at Hale having had issue:

a.     James, J.P., land agent, of Llanforda Isaf, Oswestry, Shropshire, b. 1859, educ Wellington, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, m. 14 Apr 1887 at St. Leonard’s, Bridgnorth, Caroline Emily, eldest dau of Rev George Bayldon Baker, M.A., of Glazeley, Salop.  She d. 1 Aug 1912 and he d. 25 May 1940 (Will dated 3 Dec 1930 and proved 17 Aug 1940) having had issue:

1.     Frank Herbert, living in 1930, d. unmarried.

2.     Raymond Benson, Lieutenant Commander, R.N., of Glynderwen, Ciliau Aeron, Lampeter, Cardiganshire, b. 5 Jun 1896, m. 21 Dec 1942 in Plymouth, Margaret Denise Franklin and d.s.p. 12 Dec 1981 (Will dated 23 Mar 1967 and proved 29 Mar 1982).

3.     James Bayldon, of Ty-gywn, Treflach, Oswestry, Captain, The Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch), b. 25 Sep 1897, served in France and Belgium 1916-18, retired on 19 Mar 1934, d. unmarried 17 Mar 1968 at Inverness (Administration dated 8 Jul 1969).

1.     Dorothy, of Golden Gro, Trefonen, Oswestry, m. Rev Douglas Morgan and d.s.p. 14 Dec 1967.

2.   Geraldine, of Ty-gywn, Treflach, Oswestry, b. 23 Mar 1894, d. unmarried 21 Jul 1980 (Administration dated 31 Oct 1980).

b.     Frank, M.A., a partner in the firm of Messrs. Greenwell & Co. (Solicitors), of 6 Mandeville Place, London, with a residence at 105 Barkston Gardens, South Kensington, b. 30 Jan 1861, educ Wellington, Trinity College, Cambridge, m. 30 Jul 1891 at St. Andrew’s, Westminster, Alice Mary, dau of George Pate Cooper and d.s.p. 18 Aug 1930 (Will dated 17 Dec 1924 and proved 8 Sep 1930) at Battswood Cottage, Ightham, Kent.

a.     Emily Mary, m. 1886, Bertram Henry Thompson, corn merchant, son of George B. Thompson, corn merchant, and had issue.

b.     Gertrude Anne, of The Grove, All Stretton, Shropshire, b. 1862, d. unmarried 22 Jun 1950 (Will dated 10 Aug 1949 and proved 24 Aug 1950).

c.     Fanny Beatrice, b. 1864, m. 1898, Rev David George Fee Smith, B.A., of Rock House, Derwent Road, Stoneycroft, Liverpool, Succentor of Liverpool Cathedral 1890-97, Perpetual Curate of St. Paul’s, Liverpool 1898-1923, who d. 1 Jun 1923 having had issue.

4.     Charles, barrister-at-law, of 52 Redcliffe Gardens, Kensington, bapt 26 Aug 1833 at St. Peter’s,      Liverpool, m. 1stly 19 Mar 1863 at Monkstown, Co. Dublin, Elizabeth Maria, only dau of Alexander Bate of 6 Longford Terrace, Monkstown. She d.s.p. 16 Feb 1865 and he m. 2ndly 10 Dec 1867 at Kill, Co. Dublin, Eliza Jane, youngest dau of Charles Copland of Longford Terrace, Monkstown. He d. 10 Apr 1898 (Will dated 1 Aug 1882 and proved 7 May 1898) and she d. 14 May 1916 (Will dated 6 Mar 1914 and proved 17 Jun 1916) having had issue:

a.     Charles Edward, C.M.G., Brigadier-General, Commander, 154th Infantry Brigade, of Woodend, Madderty, Crieff, Perth, b. 27 Sep 1868 at 50 Boundary Road, Hampstead, commissioned into 1st Battalion, The Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch), served South Africa 1899-1902 (despatches) and the First World War (C.M.G. 1915), m. 12 Oct 1898 at St. Mary’s, Mortimer, Katherine Maud, third dau of Colin James Mackenzie, W.S., J.P., of Portmore, Peeblesshire and his wife Catherine Alice (née Wauchope). See MACKENZIE late of PORTMORE – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1937 Edition and Who’s Who. He was killed in action in France on 14 Sep 1916 (Will dated 14 Nov 1911 and proved 16 Jan 1917) and was buried in Cité Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentières and she d.s.p. 31 Aug 1934 at Abbey House, New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire.

b.     Henry Alexander, M.A., barrister-at-law, of Nelson, British Columbia, b. 28 Dec 1869, educ Eton, King’s College, Cambridge, m. 18 Apr 1900 at Berkeley, California, Emily Olivia, elder dau of Sydney Aspland of Berkeley. He d. 10 Aug 1911 at Nelson and she d. 26 Jan 1950 (Will dated 23 Nov 1926 and proved 6 Jun 1950) having had issue:

1.     David James Alexander, timber merchant, of 28 Mytton Oak Road, Shrewsbury, b. 27 Feb 1903, m. 1stly 14 Jun 1934 at Muncaster, near Ravenglass, Margery Helen, second dau of Eldred Henry Home-Bruce of Crail, Fife and grand-dau of Sir Charles Bruce. She d. 2 Dec 1964 having had issue: 2 daus.

He m. 2ndly 14 Jan 1967 at Shrewsbury, Lilian E. Williams and d. 17 Aug 1971 (Will dated 6 Dec 1968 and proved 21 Oct 1971).

1.     Olivia Elspeth Euphemia, b. 18 Jun 1901, m. 11 Dec 1923, Darent Gordon Nordaby and d. 21 Oct 1926 having had issue: 1 dau.

c.     Douglas, architect, of 45 Parliament Street, Westminster and 14 Launceston Place, South Kensington, b. 7 Mar 1874, d. unmarried 9 Jan 1934 (Will dated 22 Dec 1919 and proved 1 Feb 1934).

d.     Basil, author, of Hembury Fort House, Buckerell, Honiton, Devon, b. 20 Jun 1880, m. 6 Jul 1911 at Chipping Barnet, Edith Matilda, dau of F.G. Rourke of High Barnet. He d.s.p. 14 Feb 1958 (Will dated 2 Nov 1951 and proved 16 Apr 1958) and she d. 17 Nov 1967 (Will dated 22 Feb 1958 and proved 29 Feb 1968).

a.     Euphemia, b. 29 Jul 1872, d. 7 Sep 1872.

5.     Edward Coe, bapt 7 Apr 1834 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, d. young.

1.     Anne, of Enville, Lillington Avenue, Leamington, Warwickshire, bapt 30 Mar 1820 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, m. 9 Sep 1841 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, James, second son of George Blake and his wife Margaret (née Steele). James Blake was bapt Aug 1818 at Oldham Street Presbyterian Church, Liverpool and owned soap works in Great George Square, Liverpool, which were later incorporated into Lever Brothers. He d. circa 1872 and she d. 6 May 1911 having had issue.

2.     Eliza, of Augustus Road, Edgbaston, bapt 25 May 1825 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, m. 8 Sep 1859 at St. Philip’s, Liverpool, Edward Armfield of Edgbaston, second son of Edward Armfield, button merchant and manufacturer, of 70 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham and his wife Elizabeth Amy (née Clarke). See Armfield Family History. He was bapt 26 Dec 1823 at St. Martin’s, Birmingham and d.s.p. 2 Nov 1870 and she d. 28 Feb 1911.

3.     Alice, bapt 23 Mar 1830 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, d. 26 May 1845, aged 15, and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool.

4.     Mary Ann, bapt 1 Dec 1831 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, m. 14 Sep 1869 at St. Philip’s, Liverpool, George Remington, solicitor, of 32 Queen Street, Ulverston, Lancashire and later of Dromore, Milverton, Leamington, second son of Henry Remington of Aynsome, Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire and The Crow Trees, Melling, Lancashire and his wife Mary, dau of George Ashburner. See REMINGTON formerly of MELLING – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1952 Edition and monumental inscription in Cartmel Priory. He d. 9 May 1898 and she lived later at Thornleigh, Grange-over-Sands and d. 2 Feb 1920 having had issue:

a.     John Stewart, analytical chemist, of Garthmead, Kinsbourne Green, Harpenden, b. 15 Jan 1872 at Ulverston, m. 20 Jul 1898 at the Priory Church of St. Mary, Cartmel, his first cousin, Margaret Emily, dau of Rev Thomas Machell Remington, M.A., Vicar of Arkholme, Lancashire 1866-73, Rector of Claughton, Lancashire 1873-85, of Aynsome, Grange-over-Sands. She d. 8 Jun 1959 and she d. 16 Nov 1960.

 

Canon ALEXANDER STEWART (obituary), M.A., Rector of Liverpool 1870-1904, Canon of Liverpool, of 29 Sandon Street, Liverpool, b. 8 Aug 1826 at Mount Pleasant, bapt 14 Sep 1826 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, educ Royal Institution School, Liverpool, Clare College, Cambridge, Curate of Smalley, Derbyshire 1849-55, Curate of South Cadbury 1855-58, Curate of Chilton Cantelo, Somerset 1858-68, Vicar of Cogges, Oxfordshire 1868-70, m. 11 Mar 1851 at the Parish Church of St. Peter, Bedford, MARIAN BAYLEY WEALE, bapt 17 Aug 1828 at Midhurst, Sussex, elder dau of ROBERT WEALE, Assistant Commissioner of Poor Laws, and his wife KATE (née MOREY). See Weale Family History and Who’s Who. He d. 30 Mar 1916 (Will dated 25 Jan 1907 and proved 9 May 1916) and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Liverpool and she d. 25 Sep 1920 (Will dated 18 Jun 1914 and proved 20 Jan 1921) at Kidderminster having had issue:

 

1.     Rev John, M.A., Vicar of Great with Little Chesterford, Essex 1897-1917, Rector of East Hanningfield, Essex 1917-23, b. 19 Dec 1856, educ Uppingham, Trinity College, Cambridge, Curate of Buckingham 1880-85, Curate of St. John’s, Sevenoaks 1885-89, Vicar of St. George’s, Tilehurst, Berkshire 1889-97, m. 1stly 19 Apr 1882 at Liverpool Cathedral, Kate, youngest dau of Rev James Lawrence, M.A., of 15 Alexandra Terrace, Prince’s Road, Liverpool. She d. 7 Dec 1915 (Will dated 19 Jul 1914 and proved 15 Feb 1916) having had issue:

a.     Marion Geraldine Kate, m. 22 Apr 1908 at Great Chesterford, John Franklin Neal, B.A., of Kingsdon Manor, Kingsdon, Somerset, son of Rev John Neal and his wife Ada Madeleine (née Guillemard). See VIVIAN-NEAL of POUNDISFORD PARK – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1972 Edition. He was b. 26 Apr 1878, educ Harrow, Trinity College, Cambridge and d. 29 Nov 1919 and she d. 2 Mar 1949 having had issue.

b.     Helen Marjorie, of The Cottage, Baldhu, Truro, Cornwall, b. 1889, d. unmarried 5 Sep 1965 (Will dated 18 Jan 1962 and proved 11 Nov 1965).

c.     Mary Barbara, of Alcrofts, West Bergholt, near Colchester, Essex, b. 1900, d. unmarried 14 Jan 1952 (Will dated 11 Jan 1952 and proved 22 Apr 1952).

He m. 2ndly Edith Delmar, who d. 22 Jun 1931. He d. 22 Aug 1933 at Littlebury, Essex (Will dated 11 Mar 1931 and proved 8 Nov 1933) and was buried at Great Chesterford.

2.     Charles James, M.A., a partner in the firm of Messrs. Johnson, Weatherall & Stewart (Solicitors), of 9 Radnor Walk, Hyde Park, London, b. 21 Sep 1858 at South Cadbury, Somerset, educ Uppingham, Trinity College, Cambridge, m. 1stly 1884, Rose Morey Hanson, who d. 1929 having had issue:

a.     Nancy Katherine, m. 17 Aug 1917 at St. John’s, Southwick Crescent, Robert Alan Wimberley Bicknell, Grenadier Guards, of Burchetts, North Chailey, Lewes, Sussex, son of Robert Henry Bicknell, civil engineer and local government board inspector, of Stanmore, Middlesex and his wife Alice Eva Laura (née Fothergill). He d. 16 Jun 1966 (having m. 2ndly Margerie Eunice Herschel and had further issue: 1 son and 2 daus) having had adopted issue: 1 son and 1 dau.

b.     Sheila, d. young.

He m. 2ndly Sybil Austin and d. 18 Oct 1937 (Will dated 25 Jul 1934 and proved 22 Dec 1937) and she d. 1968, aged 92.

3.     Robert Alexander, Lieutenant, G Battery, A Brigade, Royal Artillery, b. 18 Mar 1861 at South Cadbury, educ Uppingham, m. Helen Copland, d.s.p. 22 Jan 1889 of enteric at Umballa, Punjab, India and was buried in Umballa Cemetery the same day.

4.     Alan Mackenzie, manager, of 45 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, b. 13 Jul 1864 at Chilton Cantelo, educ Uppingham, d. unmarried 14 Jan 1924 in Winnipeg (Will dated 1 Nov 1920 and proved 10 Sep 1924).

1.     MARY, of whom presently.

2.     Katharine Morey, known as ‘Sister Katharine’, who lived latterly with her cousin Mrs. Eliza Leon at 36 Bridge End, Warwick, bapt 21 Aug 1852 at Spalding, Lincolnshire, d. unmarried 10 Jan 1933 (Will dated 6 Dec 1928).

3.     Isabella, of The Cottage, Arley, near Bewdley, Worcestershire, bapt 9 Sep 1853 at Spalding, m. 9 Jun 1875 at St. Peter’s, Liverpool, Charles James, third son of Robert Woodward of Arley Castle, Bewdley and his wife Mary (née Hall). See WOODWARD of ARLEY CASTLE – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1952 Edition. He was b. 1 Apr 1845 and d. 18 Nov 1917 and she d. 4 Feb 1923 having had issue:

a.     Isabel Mary, of The White House, Far Forest, near Kidderminster, d. unmarried 6 Jul 1940 (Will dated 27 Feb 1940 and proved 4 Dec 1940).

 

MARY STEWART, b. 25 Mar 1851 in Hampstead, m. 28 Feb 1878 at the Parish Church, Liverpool, her second cousin, Major PETER MARROW, King’s Dragoon Guards, of Belhaven Hill, Dunbar, Haddingtonshire, eldest son of WILLIAM JOHN MARROW and his wife KINBARRA SWENE (née ARMFIELD). He d. 19 May 1903 at Queen Anne’s Mansions, London and she d. 16 Jul 1920 at Belhaven Hill having had issue. See MARROW – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1969 Edition.