WEALE FAMILY HISTORY
JOHN WEALE was buried at Wonersh, Surrey on 25 Jun 1717 and it seems likely that the following were his sons:
1. THOMAS, of whom presently.
2. James, farmer, of Willinghurst in the parish of Wonersh, b. circa 1689, m. 1stly Jane – , who was buried at Wonersh on 13 Feb 1730/31 having had issue:
a. Mary, bapt 7 Sep 1725 at Wonersh, m. John Whitbourn, both living in 1761.
b. Jane, bapt 9 May 1727 at Wonersh, m. 1 Jul 1760 at Wonersh, Henry Wakeford and was buried at Wonersh on 16 Apr 1809.
c. Elizabeth, bapt 13 Feb 1728/29 at Wonersh, m. 12 Nov 1755 at Ealing, Thomas Baker, both living in 1761.
d. Anne, bapt 13 Feb 1729/30 at Wonersh.
He m. 2ndly 12 Nov 1733 at Wonersh, Elizabeth Matchwick, widow, of Wonersh. She d. 14 Jun 1760, aged 68, and was buried at Wonersh and he was buried at Wonersh on 7 Jun 1761 (Archdeaconry of Surrey will dated 25 May 1761 and proved 3 Oct 1761) having had further issue:
a. James, bapt 22 Jul 1736 at Wonersh, buried at Wonersh on 24 May 1737.
THOMAS WEALE of Wonersh, m. 3 Apr 1716 at St. Mary, Guildford, ANN GOSDEN of Wonersh and was buried at Wonersh on 20 Jan 1741/42 having had issue:
JOHN WEALE, mercer and draper, of Wonersh and later of Godalming, Surrey, Warden of Godalming in 1771, bapt 19 Oct 1725 at Wonersh, apprenticed to Richard Birchett, mercer, of Ewhurst, Surrey in 1742, m. 1stly 24 Feb 1754 at Little Bookham, Surrey, Catherine Arnold of Bramley and had issue:
1. John, bapt 14 Nov 1755 at Godalming, d. unmarried and was buried at Godalming on 20 Sep 1774. See monumental inscription on the outside wall of Godalming Parish Church.
1. Ann, bapt 9 Feb 1759 at Godalming.
He m. 2ndly 19 Sep 1762 at Godalming, ANN, bapt 29 Apr 1737 at Godalming, dau of HENRY WAKEFORD and his wife MARY. He d. 25 Mar 1789 (P.C.C. will dated 10 Mar 1785 and proved 17 Jun 1789) and was buried at Godalming on 31 Mar 1789 and she d. 28 Apr 1826 and was buried at Godalming on 5 May 1826 having had issue:
2. JAMES, of whom presently.
3. William, of Dominica, Windward Islands, West Indies, bapt 19 Mar 1775 at Godalming, d. unmarried 1801 (P.C.C. will proved 22 May 1806).
2. Catharine, bapt 13 Oct 1765 at Godalming, m. at Staines, Middlesex (Vicar-General marriage licence dated 1 Apr 1801) Rev George Pennington, M.A., widower, Vicar of Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire 1801-32, son of Rev William Pennington, M.A., of South Moreton and Wokingham, Berkshire and his wife Mary (née Basden). He was bapt 5 Dec 1758 at South Moreton, matriculated St. Alban Hall, Oxford on 17 Dec 1776 and d. 21 Dec 1832 (P.C.C. will dated 14 Aug 1832 and proved 5 Mar 1833) having had issue:
a. Elizabeth, bapt 20 Aug 1807 at Bassingbourn, unmarried in 1832.
3. Ann, bapt 6 Dec 1767 at Godalming, buried at Godalming on 21 Sep 1779.
4. Amelia, bapt 22 Mar 1772 at Godalming, buried at Godalming on 21 Jan 1773.
JAMES WEALE, merchant, of High Street, Godalming and later of Walcot, Bath, Warden of Godalming in 1808 and also in 1818 during the trial of the ‘Godalming Murders’, bapt 1 May 1763 at Godalming, m. 31 Mar 1791 at St. Pancras, Chichester, BARBARA, bapt 20 Oct 1766 at Arundel, Sussex, dau of JOHN BULL and his wife ELIZABETH (née TUPPER). See Bull Family History. The banking partnership between Thomas Mellersh, James Moline and James Weale came into existence on 20 September 1808 and was dissolved on 6 April 1814 (see Chancery Proceedings C13/175/53): ‘a great number of notes bearing the name of your orator is represented as still belonging to the same firm of Mellersh, Moline and Weale and consequently your orator is liable to be called upon to pay his part or proportion thereof and by which outcome he will be in danger of losing a considerable sum of money’. She was buried at Godalming on 5 Apr 1822 and he d. at Bath (P.C.C. will dated 3 Aug 1832 and proved 16 Nov 1836) and was buried at Godalming on 22 Aug 1836 having had issue:
1. John Bull, wine and spirit merchant and linen draper, of High Street, Godalming, Mayor of Godalming in 1838, bapt 6 Jan 1792 at Godalming, d. unmarried 18 May 1866 at Bentley, Hampshire (Will dated 24 Dec 1865 and proved 8 Jul 1867).
2. James, linen draper, of High Street, Godalming and later of Ash Cottage, Bentley, Mayor of Godalming in 1848, bapt 26 Jan 1793 at Godalming, m. 27 Jul 1830 at Holybourne, Hampshire, Jane, dau of James Eggar and his wife Sarah (née Bacon) and sister of James Eggar, farmer, of Jenkin Place, Bentley. She d. 29 Nov 1838, aged 34, and was buried at Godalming and he d. 20 Nov 1875 (Will dated 5 Jun 1874 and proved 13 Dec 1875) having had issue:
a. Jane Barbara, d. 7 Jan 1835, aged 19 months, and was buried at Godalming.
b. Mary Ann, bapt 15 Apr 1835 at Stoke-next-Guildford, m. 18 Oct 1866 at Bentley, Edward Barnard Tompkins of Poling, Sussex, son of John Cole Tompkins of Angmering, Sussex and his wife Miriam (née Cortis) and had issue: 2 sons and 5 daus.
3. Thomas, bapt 15 Aug 1794 at Godalming, who was living abroad ‘in remote parts’ in 1827 according to the will of one of his Bull aunts.
4. William, of High Street, Godalming, bapt 26 Sep 1797 at Godalming, d. unmarried and was buried at Godalming on 22 Apr 1824.
5. ROBERT, of whom presently.
6. Joseph, J.P., of Charlotte Villa, Epsom Road, Guildford, woollen draper and silk mercer, with premises at 148 High Street, Guildford, whose shop was attacked in a celebrated incident during the Guildford ‘Guy Riots’ in November 1863, elected a member of Guildford Council on 4 Jan 1836, Mayor of Guildford in 1842, 1847 and 1853, bapt 23 May 1800 at Godalming, m. 24 Nov 1831 at St. Peter the Great, Chichester, Kate, dau of Thomas Wilmshurst, silversmith, of Chichester and his wife Anne (née Biffin). He d. 27 Feb 1881 (Will dated 23 Feb 1881 and proved 12 May 1881) and she d. 19 Mar 1897, aged 89, at Green Bank, Lewes (Will dated 7 Mar 1881 and proved 13 Apr 1897) having had issue:
a. James Henry, draper, of 144 High Street, Guildford, b. 4 May 1836, bapt 8 Jul 1836 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, served in the 13th Royal Surrey Volunteers, m. 10 Apr 1866 at St. Peter the Less, Chichester, Kate, dau of Benness Adames, J.P., draper, of Chichester. He d. 19 Feb 1881 at 144 High Street, Guildford and she d. 28 Jun 1922 at Hartley, Shakespeare Road, Worthing, Sussex having had issue:
1. Henry Frank, hotelier, of Watford and Brighton, b. 16 Oct 1869, bapt 7 Jan 1870 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, m. 1901, Gertrude Isabel Simmonds. He d. 1943 and she d. 1947 having had issue:
a. Jack Henry, d. 1957.
a. Josephine, b. 1914, m. 1940, Colin Issigonis (name later changed to Watson by Deed Poll) and has issue: 1 dau.
2. Raymond Benness, clerk, with Wheatstone’s (Music Publishers), of Charing Cross Road, who lived in Fulham, b. 13 Aug 1872, bapt 27 Sep 1872 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, m. 1897 at Surbiton, Surrey, Jessie Agnes, dau of Arthur Tilley of Surbiton. He d. 10 Jan 1940 and she d. 1 Aug 1949 having had issue:
a. Robert Noel, emigrated to Canada and d. unmarried circa 1926.
b. Derrick, Standards Manager, ITT Europe, b. 19 Jul 1913, m. 12 Jun 1947 at Fulham, Muriel, dau of Albert Crew of Crouch End and has issue: 1 dau.
a. Phyllis Jessie, d. unmarried in Brighton.
b. Barbara Joan, b. 25 Nov 1907, m. 1930, Lord Alva Lytton, who d.s.p. 1968.
3. Gilbert Leonard, b. 21 Jan 1874, bapt 20 Feb 1874 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, emigrated to the United States and had issue.
4. James Lloyd, W.O. Class 2 (Company Sergeant Major), The Hampshire Regiment, of Atlast, 65 Pointout Road, Bassett, Southampton, enlisted on 18 Jan 1901, served in India, Aden, France and the Balkans, m. Ruth Middleton. He d. 8 Feb 1939 and she d. 27 Nov 1941 at 41 West End Road, Southampton having had issue:
a. Richard Henry, employee of The Post Office, b. 4 May 1915, m. Doreen Rainsley and d. 10 Aug 1996 having had issue: 1 son.
1. Ethel Kate, of 2 Yew Tree Place, Liss, Hampshire, b. 13 Jan 1867, bapt 14 Mar 1867 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, d. unmarried 30 Nov 1951 (Will dated 2 May 1946 and proved 1 Mar 1952).
2. Kathleen Maude, b. 13 May 1868, bapt 3 Jul 1868 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, m. 1stly 19 Jul 1887 at St. Nicolas’s, Guildford, Reginald Arthur Crooke of Weybrook, Portsmouth Road, Guildford, youngest son of Arthur Crooke. He was killed in action during the Battle of Loos on 7 Oct 1915 while serving as a Gunner with D Battery, 62nd Brigade, R.F.A., having had issue: 2 sons and 6 daus. She m. 2ndly Joseph Adams, J.P., but had no further issue.
3. Hilda Mary, of 9 Clifton Road, Parkstone, Dorset, b. 12 Nov 1870, bapt 3 Feb 1871 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, d. unmarried 24 Apr 1952 (Will dated 28 Feb 1952 and proved 16 Aug 1952) at 20 Braidley Road, Bournemouth.
4. Ruth Adames, of 26 Winn Road, Southampton, b. 5 Jan 1875, bapt 5 Feb 1875 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, d. unmarried 5 Aug 1969 (Will dated 23 Oct 1965 and proved 3 Dec 1969).
a. Mary, bapt 1 Mar 1833 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, m. 11 Sep 1866 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, James Adames, widower, of Chichester, eldest son of Benness Adames, J.P., draper, of Chichester and his wife Caroline (née Shippan) and had issue:
1. Henry James, educ by Miss Mabel Harrison at Littlehampton, Sussex, living in 1881.
2. Ernest Gribbon, grocer’s manager in 1901, educ by Miss Mabel Harrison at Littlehampton.
1. Kate Bartley, educ by Miss Mabel Harrison at Littlehampton, living in 1881.
7. Henry, of Basingstoke, Hampshire, bapt 3 Jul 1807 at Godalming, d. unmarried and was buried at Godalming on 16 Apr 1830.
1. Ann, of 5 Haydon Place, Stoke-next-Guildford, proprietor of a boarding school for young ladies in Mount Street, Guildford, bapt 27 Mar 1796 at Godalming, d. unmarried 11 May 1866 at Stoke-next-Guildford (Will dated 19 Feb 1863 and proved 8 Jun 1866).
2. Elizabeth Bull, bapt 11 Dec 1801 at Godalming, m. 22 Feb 1825 at Godalming, Samuel Blaxland, Master of The Clothworkers’ Company 1845-46 and wine merchant, of 17 Devonshire Square, London, son of Henry Blaxland and his wife Elizabeth (née Davis). He was bapt 14 Oct 1789 at St. Benet Fink, London and d. 12 Feb 1852 and she d. 28 Jun 1871 (Will dated 16 Jul 1866 and proved 21 Jul 1871) at 8 Darnley Road, Hackney having had issue:
a. Henry, bapt 24 Feb 1826 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, buried at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate on 26 Apr 1832.
b. Edward, bapt 28 May 1834 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, buried at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate on 6 Jun 1834.
c. Samuel, of Twickenham, elected Master of The Clothworkers’ Company in 1893 but declined to serve, in business with his brother-in-law, John Jameson (see below), bapt 19 Feb 1836 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, d. 7 Jun 1914.
a. Louisa, bapt 11 Apr 1827 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, buried at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate on 31 May 1828.
b. Elizabeth, bapt 3 Dec 1828 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, buried at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate on 18 Jul 1839.
c. Miriam, bapt 11 Mar 1831 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, buried at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate on 1 Apr 1831.
d. Emily, of 9 The Grove, Greenwich, Kent, bapt 20 Jun 1832 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, m. John Jameson, who was in business with his brother-in-law, Samuel Blaxland (see above) and had issue.
e. Louise Georgiana, of 8 Darnley Road, Hackney, bapt 8 Nov 1839 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, unmarried in 1873.
3. Barbara, bapt 12 Aug 1803 at Godalming, buried at Godalming on 23 Feb 1804.
4. Mary, bapt 25 Oct 1804 at Godalming, m. at Godalming (Faculty Office marriage licence dated 10 Jan 1842), Henry Roker and was buried at Godalming on 4 Sep 1846 having had issue:
a. Mary Alice, bapt 31 Aug 1846 at Godalming, m. 20 Oct 1868 at Godalming, Edward Eager, J.P., of High Street, Godalming, only son of Edward Eager of Godalming and his wife Elizabeth (née Hoar) and had issue.
5. Sarah, bapt 20 Dec 1805 at Godalming, d. unmarried 28 Nov 1882 at Haydon Place, Guildford (Will dated 8 Sep 1873 and proved 20 Dec 1882).
6. Emma, of 14 Denmark Terrace, Montpelier Street, Brighton, bapt 28 Sep 1808 at Godalming, m. 10 May 1848 at St. Nicholas, Brighton (as his fourth wife), Charles Pitt Bartley, partner in the firm of Bartleys & Saxton (Solicitors), of 30 Somerset Street, Portman Square, son of Alexander Bartley. He was bapt 23 Jun 1792 at St. Mary, Marylebone, d. 3 May 1868 at 14 Denmark Terrace (Will dated 11 Mar 1865 and proved 22 Jun 1868) and was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, London and she d. 28 Sep 1881 (Will dated 14 Jun 1872 and proved 15 Nov 1881) having had issue:
a. Julia Susannah, of Borden, Kent, b. 1852, m. 22 Nov 1881 at St. Peter’s, Brighton, Rev Arthur Wilson, B.A., formerly Rector of Duluth, Canada, fourth son of Rev Daniel Wilson, Vicar of St. Mary’s, Islington 1832-86, Prebendary of St. Paul’s.
7. Jane, of Haydon Place, Stoke-next-Guildford, bapt 24 Feb 1810 at Godalming, d. unmarried 28 Nov 1870 at Stoke-next-Guildford.
ROBERT WEALE, Assistant Commissioner of Poor Laws, of 145 Goldington Road, Bedford and The Elms, London Road, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, bapt 31 Mar 1799 at Godalming, m. 2 Dec 1823 at Easebourne, Sussex, KATE, dau of JOHN MOREY and his wife CATHERINE (née TURNER). See Morey Family History. She d. 7 Jan 1864 at The Elms and was buried at St. Andrew, Biggleswade on 14 Jan 1864 and he d. 18 Feb 1883 (Will dated 8 Mar 1878 and proved 29 Mar 1883) at The Elms and was buried at St. Andrew, Biggleswade on 22 Feb 1883 (gravestone) having had issue:
1. Rev Robert Morey, M.A., Vicar of Priors Marston, Warwickshire 1878-91, bapt 5 Aug 1825 at Midhurst, Sussex, educ Clare College, Cambridge, Rector of Chingford, Essex 1865-67, m. 17 Jun 1852 at Cuckney, near Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, Isabella Emma Elizabeth, bapt 7 May 1827 at St. Antholin, Budge Row, London, only dau of Rev John Gordon, Vicar of Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. She d.s.p. 14 Jul 1906, aged 80, at 54 St. Helen’s Road, Hastings, Sussex and he d. 29 Sep 1910 (Will dated 2 Dec 1904 and proved 19 Oct 1910) at 54 St. Helen’s Road.
2. Charles James, B.A., of Rivermead, Hampton Wick, Middlesex, Ensign, 53rd Bengal Native Infantry and wine merchant with the firm Bull & Weale of 1 John Adam Street, Adelphi, London, b. 29 May 1830, bapt 22 Oct 1830 at Midhurst, educ Bedford Grammar School, Caius College, Cambridge, m. 8 Mar 1853 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, his second cousin, Hebe Elizabeth, eldest dau of John Pannett Bull of Arlington House, Turnham Green and his wife Elizabeth (née Sheppard). See Bull Family History. He committed suicide at 36 Queen Square, Bloomsbury on 24 Jun 1875 (and she m. 2ndly 23 Sep 1876 at Holy Trinity, Eastbourne, Sussex, John Arthur Buckley, widower, of Hampton Wick, son of Joseph Buckley of Manchester and Exeter and d. 21 Jul 1898) having had issue:
a. Charles John Morey, of 120 Cromwell Road, London, b. 29 Dec 1853 at 18 Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, bapt Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, educ Rugby, Ensign, 3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards in 1873, resigned owing to family losses, Senior Corporal, 16th Lancers 1875-78, ranching in the Argentine 1881-86, Assistant Secretary to the Council for Foreign Bondholders, d. unmarried 19 Oct 1922 (Will dated 5 Jul 1917 and proved 8 Dec 1922) and was buried in Hammersmith Cemetery on 25 Oct 1922.
3. George Henry Harding, B.A., of the Hutch, Riverside Villas, Teddington, a Civil Servant at the War Office, bapt 18 Feb 1836 at Midhurst, educ Christ Church, Oxford, m. 11 Feb 1862 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, his second cousin, Helen, third dau of John Pannett Bull of Arlington House, Chiswick and 15 Hyde Park Street and his wife Elizabeth (née Sheppard). See Bull Family History. He d. 10 Jul 1876 at the Hutch and she lived later at The Laurels, 1 Cromwell Road, Teddington and d. 4 Apr 1913, aged 76, at Buckhurst, 14 Gloucester Road, Teddington having had issue:
a. Arthur George Morey, partner in the firm of Cornes & Co., Japan 1897-1911, of Impington Hall, Cambridgeshire and Echo Pit Lodge, Warwick’s Bench, Guildford, b. 8 Nov 1865 in Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, bapt 24 Dec 1865 at Old Church, Teddington, d. 22 Sep 1940 in Guildford (Will dated 21 Dec 1931 and proved 8 Jan 1941) having had issue, probably by Eizuka Masa of 1496 Nakamura, Yokohama, Japan:
1. Eric Cuthbert Sydney, M.A., Squadron Leader, R.A.F., of 8 Aldeburgh Close, Emmer Green, Reading, b. 9 Jul 1904, educ Rugby, Pembroke College, Cambridge, m. Blanche Falzon (née Sant Manduca), M.B.E., of Malta, formerly wife of Alexander Chancellor. She d. 16 Dec 1986 and he d. 15 Dec 1989 having had issue: 2 sons and 1 dau.
b. Hubert Dunstan, bank manager, of Alameda, Santos 81, São Paulo, Brazil, b. 19 May 1867 in Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, m. 1 Jul 1897 at Nevin, Carnarvon, Wales, Jeannie Smith Tennant Thompson Park, dau of William Williams, master mariner, and d. 1941 at São Paulo having had issue:
1. Frederick Hubert Archibald, 2nd Lieutenant, 57th Squadron, R.A.F., b. 1899 at Campinas, São Paulo, missing in action, presumed killed, in France on 2 Oct 1918 and was buried at Marcoing Cemetery.
1. Dorothy T., m. 1935, John S. Norris.
c. Gerald Francis Harding, of South Africa, living in 1934, b. 4 Sep 1871 in The Vale, Twickenham, m. Florence – and had issue:
a. Ethel Helen Beatrix, ‘Sister Josephine’, of The Convent of The Holy Cross, Haywards Heath, Sussex, b. 26 Jan 1863 in Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, d. unmarried 21 Dec 1921 (Will dated 22 Apr 1918 and proved 22 Apr 1922) at Haywards Heath.
b. Katherine Elizabeth (Mary Theresa), of Rivermead, Hampton Wick and later of Reigate, Surrey, b. 1 Apr 1864 in Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, m. 17 Aug 1910 at Teddington, her first cousin, Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Cornes, D.S.O., Royal Artillery, youngest son of Frederick Cornes and his wife Henrietta Alice, sixth dau of John Pannett Bull of Arlington House, Turnham Green. See Bull Family History. She d.s.p. 28 Feb 1941 and he d. 26 Apr 1958 and they were both buried at St. Mary’s, Reigate.
c. Margaret Hilda, b. 11 Jan 1869, d. 11 Mar 1871 at Strawberry Vale, Teddington.
d. Constance Mary Harding, of Turks Place, Hartley, Cranbrook, Kent, m. 25 Apr 1896 at St. Alban’s, Teddington, James Crosland Mallam, Headmaster of Rossall and Uppingham, son of Rev Benjamin Mallam, Rector of Poole Keynes, Dorset. He d. 19 Jan 1946 having had issue:
1. Philip Crosland, b. 1897, d. 1899.
2. Kenneth Morey Crosland, Lieutenant Colonel, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), b. 1 Sep 1903, educ Malvern, m. 1937 at Alton, Hampshire, Madge E. Steele.
3. Wilfred Evelyn Crosland, of 7 The Paddock, Iwerne Minster, Blandford, Dorset, b. 19 Jan 1907, educ Cheltenham, m. 1935, Margery Muriel Gater. He d. 4 Aug 1994 and she d. 9 Oct 1999 having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.
4. Dennis Crosland, O.B.E., M.A., Intelligence Corps, barrister-at-law, b. 14 Jan 1911, educ Malvern.
1. Audrey Sheila, b. 23 Mar 1900, m. 15 Nov 1920 at Hayes, Kent, Reginald Wilfred Godfrey, Indian Police, late R.F.C., son of J.W. Godfrey of Barkingside.
1. MARIAN BAYLEY, of whom presently.
2. Barbara Rose, bapt 23 Aug 1833 at Midhurst, m. 11 Jan 1853 at St. Peter’s, Bedford, Rev Charles William Jones, M.A., Vicar of Pakenham, Suffolk, Rural Dean of Thedwastre, second son of Rev Charles Jones of Barton Mere, Suffolk, Vicar of Pakenham, and his wife Mary, only dau of Thomas Quayle. See QUAYLE JONES of BARTON MERE – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1937 Edition. He d. 4 Jun 1906 and she lived later at The Crown House, Great Chesterford, Essex and d. 29 Mar 1931 having had issue:
a. Sir William Hollingsworth Quayle, Kt, M.A., J.P., Chief Justice of Sierra Leone 1887-95, barrister-at-law, b. 6 Feb 1854, educ Caius College, Cambridge, m. 1stly 30 Apr 1884, Alice, dau of Charles Kent of Woodcot, Oxford. She d.s.p. 23 Sep 1890 and he m. 2ndly 29 Jun 1893 at St. Paul’s, Chiswick, Clair May, only dau of Edmond Berdoe-Wilkinson of Westlands, Chiswick. He m. 3rdly 1906, May Bradley, dau of William Dyer and d.s.p. 6 Jan 1925. See Who was Who.
b. Morey Quayle, C.B., C.M.G., C.B.E., D.L., J.P., Brigadier-General, The Warwickshire Regiment, barrister-at-law, Middle Temple, Commander, 104th Infantry Brigade 1914-15, of Claverdon Hall, Warwick, b. 8 Mar 1855, m. 14 Feb 1888, Isabel, dau of Maitland Dashwood of Hall Place, Bexley, Kent and d. 3 Jan 1946 having had issue:
1. Phyllis Quayle, m. 29 May 1915, Lieutenant Colonel John Henry Starkey, D.L., J.P., Rifle Brigade, of Radway Grange, Radway, Warwickshire, only son of John Frederick Starkey, D.L., J.P., and his wife Mary Margaret (née Snow) of Bodicote House, Banbury, Oxfordshire. See STARKEY, Baronet of Norwood Park – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 16 Feb 1959 having had issue: 1 son and 1 dau.
c. Edward Quayle, b. 9 Mar 1858, d. 6 Nov 1875 at sea.
d. Harford Quayle, b. 20 Jul 1859, d. 26 Feb 1861.
a. Winifred Quayle, of Woodside, near Hothfield, Ashford, Kent, b. 13 Aug 1856, m. 16 Aug 1883 at Pakenham, Edward Ripley Dalton, LL.M., barrister-at-law, of 184 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park and New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, son of Edward Dalton, solicitor, of 16 Porchester Square and Savile Place. He d. 26 Jul 1923, aged 70, and she d. 9 Sep 1932 having had issue:
1. Winifred Mary Ripley, of Aylets, Barham, Canterbury, Kent, m. 9 Dec 1913 at St. Mark’s, North Audley Street, The Hon. Philip Tufton, J.P., second son of Henry James, 1st Baron Hothfield and his wife Alice Harriet Argyll, dau of Rev William James Stracey-Clitherow. See HOTHFIELD – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 24 Jan 1936 and she d. 11 Sep 1970 at having had issue: 1 son and 1 dau.
2. Dorothea Margaret Ripley, m. Ernest Simmons.
3. Agatha Vera Ripley, m. 28 Nov 1912 at St. Mark’s, North Audley Street, Cecil George, second son of Alfred Charles Tufton and his wife Edith Sophia Elizabeth (née Deane). See HOTHFIELD – Burke’s Peerage. She d. 20 Nov 1928 having had issue: 1 son.
MARIAN BAYLEY WEALE, bapt 17 Aug 1828 at Midhurst, m. 11 Mar 1851 at St. Peter’s, Bedford, Canon ALEXANDER STEWART, M.A., Rector of Liverpool, second son of JOHN STEWART, J.P., architect, Mayor of Liverpool 1855-56, and his wife MARY ANN, second dau of WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. See Stewart Family History. He d. 30 Mar 1916 in Liverpool and she d. 25 Sep 1920 at Kidderminster having had issue.