Descendants of James Bannerman

James BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1669, m1. 14 Oct 1706 at Boyndie, Banffshire, Anna INNES (chr. 8 May 1685 at Banff, Banffshire, d. 2 Feb 1708 of "a longe decay"; daughter of Patrick INNES, minister of Banff, and Margaret JOASS), m2. 9 Nov 1710 Anne CUMING, d. 29 Mar 1749. Minister of Inveraven, Banffshire, 1703 to 1716 or 1717, and Forglen, Banffshire, 1716 or 1717 to 1742. (See Fasti.) [ref. 2u,2v,9,11,14]
  1. Alexander BANNERMAN, b. 23 Sep 1707, chr. 30 Sep 1707 at Inveraven, d. 28 Mar 1708 "of his mother's disease", bur. 30 Mar 1708. [ref. 2s,14]
  2. A child, stillb. 22 Nov 1711. [ref. 14]
  3. David BANNERMAN, A.M., minister of Forglen (1742-1758) and St. Martins (1758-1810), b. 24 Nov 1712 in the manse at Inveraven, chr. 4 Dec 1712, received degree 1 Apr 1730 from the University of Aberdeen, m. 9 Sep 1750, Janet TURING, d. 2 Jun 1810 in the manse at St. Martins. A Father of the Church of Scotland. (See Fasti and memorial inscription.) [ref. 9,11,12,14]
    1. Jean BANNERMAN, b. and chr. 17 Jun 1751 at Forglen, m. 14 Jul 1789 at St John's Church, Calcutta, Arthur MAIR, d. without issue 1 Aug 1830 at Rosebank. [ref. 2c,2w,14,37]
    2. Ann or Anna BANNERMAN, b. and chr. 18 Mar 1755 at Forglen, d. unm. 20 Apr 1839 at Edinburgh[ref. 2c,14]
    3. James Patrick BANNERMAN, minister of Cargill (1784-1807), b. 16 Oct 1756, chr. 23 Oct 1756 at Forglen, m. 25 Apr 1793 at St. Luke's, Chelsea, Mary TURING (a cousin through his mother), d. 17 Sep 1807. (See Fasti.) [ref. 2a,2c,9,11,14]
      1. David BANNERMAN, b. 25 Nov 1794, chr. 30 Nov 1794 at Cargill, d. 22 Jan 1795. [ref. 2r,14]
      2. Mary BANNERMAN, b. 24 Dec 1795 in Perthshire, chr. 1 Jan 1796 at Cargill, d. reg. Q4 1877 at Marylebone R.D. Mary was bequeathed £1000 under the 1848 will of her brother William, but only after his wife's death, and Mary died first. In 1851, living on "funded property" at 5 Windsor Terrace (possibly a lodging house), Marylebone, London, with her visiting niece Susan Allen BURNEY. In 1861, a fundholder, living at 7 Hamilton Place, Marylebone, with a cook and a housemaid. In 1871, living on income from dividends in the Bank of England, at 5 St. John's Wood Road, Marylebone, with her nieces Cecilia H. BANNERMAN and Jemima M. BANNERMAN, a cook, and another servant. [ref. 2r,14,31,34,36,40,54]
      3. John BANNERMAN, b. 6 Jul 1797, chr. 17 Jul 1797 at Cargill, d. 23 Oct 1806. [ref. 2r,14]
      4. Janet BANNERMAN, b. 16 Feb 1799 at Cargill, chr. 12 Mar 1799 at Cargill, m. 30 Jun 1818 at St. George's, Penang, Henry BURNEY (b. 27 Feb 1792, d. 4 Mar 1845 at sea, bur. at Mission Burial Ground, Park Street, Calcutta; a nephew of English novelist and diarist Fanny Burney (1752-1840), later Madame D'Arblay, hence the middle name D'Arblay among his descendants), d. reg. Q3 1865 at Kensington R.D. Henry joined the East India Company in 1807. In 1818, he was a lieutenant and adjutant of the 20th Bengal Native Infantry, as well as acting town-major and military secretary to Janet's uncle, John Alexander BANNERMAN, who was the governor of Penang. Janet was married on the same day, in the same church, as her uncle's daughter, also named Janet BANNERMAN. Henry became political agent to the Siamese States in 1825; resident to the court of Ava, Burma, in 1829; and a lieutenant colonel in the Bengal Army in 1834. See Daniel G.E. Hall, Henry Burney: A Political Biography (1974). In 1841, living at 26 Hamilton Terrace, St. Johns Wood, Marylebone, Middlesex, with her husband Henry (a lieutenant colonel for the East India Company), their sons Charles, Richard, Frederick, and Alexander, and five servants. In 1851, Janet was a fundholder, living at 2 Monson Place, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, with her son Robert, daughter Janet, Janet's husband Robert and son Henry, and four house servants. In 1851, Janet was bequeathed a quarter share of the estate of her brother William, but only after the death of his wife, who died in 1879, long after Janet; after Janet's death the bequest was to be divided among her children except Janet. In 1861, a fundholder, living at 1 Monson Place, Tunbridge Wells, with her daughter Susan, visitor C.S. Elizabeth WEST (a fundholder, b. ca. 1795 at Bustingford, Hertfordshire), and three servants. [ref. 2r,14,28a,34,36,40,44,53,54,57]
        1. Henry Bannerman BURNEY, b. 30 Jun 1819 at Penang, chr. 6 Sep 1819 at Penang, m1. 21 Aug 1845 at Christ Church, Marylebone, m1. reg. Q3 1845 at Marylebone R.D., Charlotte Marianne DICKENS, m2. reg. Q3 1856 at Witham R.D., Ellen Hodgson BURNEY (b. ca. 1818 at Greenwich, Kent, d. reg. Q2 1911 at Kensington R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1890 at Brighton R.D. A student at Oxford University: matriculated 7 Dec 1837 at Oriel College, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1845. In 1855, a chaplain in the Bengal establishment of the East India Company; performed the marriage at Cheltenham of his cousins William Cornwallis PHILLIPS and Mary Bruère TOD. In 1865, a chaplain in the Indian Service. In 1871, the vicar of Norton St. Philip, Somerset, living at the vicarage there with his wife Ellen, daughter Blanche, sister Susan, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. In 1881, the vicar of Norton St. Philip, living at the vicarage there with his wife Ellen, daughter Blanche, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. A history of Norton St. Philip records that an altar in the southeast chapel "is dedicated to the memory of the Rev. Henry Bannerman Burney, vicar of the parish from 1866 to 1890, and his wife", and that "the striking wrought iron gates at the chancel steps were made by the Somerset Smithy in 1890, and erected as a memorial to the Rev. H. Bannerman Burney." In 1891, Ellen was living on her own means, visiting Sussex Lodge, 18 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington, with her daughter Blanche. In 1901, Ellen was living on her own means at 19 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, with her daughter Blanche, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. [ref. 2k,13,28ag,29,30,31,34,44,55e,55f]
          1. Blanche S.F. BURNEY, b. ca. 1858 at Calcutta. In 1871 and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living on her own means, visiting Sussex Lodge with her mother. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 13,29,30,31]
        2. Janet Phillips BURNEY, b. 1 Oct 1820 at Penang, chr. 28 Feb 1821 at Penang, m. 2 Jun 1847, m. reg. Q2 1847 at Strand R.D., Robert Thomas Gybbon GYBBON-MONYPENNY (b. ca. 9 Mar 1823 at Rolvenden, Kent, m2. reg. Q2 1869 at Tenterden R.D., Marian TWEEDIE [b. ca. 1830 at Southsea, Hampshire, d. 31 Jan 1928; daughter of Captain Michael TWEEDIE, Royal Artillery, and Frances, of Rawlinson, parish of Rolvenden], d. 27 Dec 1893, d. reg. Q4 1893 at Rye R.D.), d. 18 Jun 1863, d. reg. Q2 1863 at Bath R.D., memorial tablet in the North chancel of Rolvenden church. Janet was excluded (without explanation) from the 1848 will of her mother's brother William. In 1851, living in her mother's household with her husband and son Henry. In 1861, living at The Strand, Ryde, Isle of Wight, with her husband Robert (deputy lieutenant of Kent, magistrate, and captain in the West Kent Militia), their children Ada, Frederick, Herbert, and Ethel, a visitor, and three servants. In 1871, Robert was a magistrate, deputy lieutenant colonel of Kent, and a landowner, living at Mansion, Chevely, Cambridgeshire, with his second wife Marian, daughters Ada and Ethel, a page, a cook, and a nursemaid. In 1881, Robert was living at Maytham Hall, Rolvenden, with his second wife Marian, daughter Ethel, a visitor, a niece, a governess, and three servants. In 1891, he was a retired colonel, justice of the peace, and deputy lieutenant for Kent, living at Broomhill Lodge, Rye, Sussex, with his second wife Marion, daughter Ethel, a niece, two cousins, a governess, and two domestic servants. A monument and cross by the south aisle of Rolvenden church describe Robert as "Justice of the Peace, D[eputy] L[ieutenant], of Maytham Hall in this parish, late of the 86th [regiment], and Colonel of the Royal West Kent Regiment". [ref. 2k,2w,13,28v,30,31,34,36,40,44,46,48,54]
          1. (probably) A daughter, b. reg. Q2 1849 at Kensington R.D., d. reg. Q2 1849 at Kensington R.D. [ref. 34]
          2. Henry Thomas GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. 4 Jul 1850, chr. 31 Jul 1850 at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, m. reg. Q3 1895 at Rye R.D., Phoebe MASTERS (youngest daughter of James MASTERS). In 1851, living with his parents and maternal grandmother. (Entered in the 1861 census with his parents, but crossed out.) In 1899, of Maytham Hall, Ashford, Kent. [ref. 2aa,34,36,47,48]
          3. Edward St. Leonards GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. 28 Jul 1852 at Hastings, Sussex, b. reg. Q3 1852 at Hastings R.D., m. 31 Jan 1880 in Bengal, Lucy Dora TWEEDIE (b. ca. 1845 at Rolvenden, d. 28 Jun 1932 at 42 Hogarth Road, London S.W.; daughter of Captain Michael TWEEDIE of Rawlinson, Rolvenden), d. reg. Q3 1903 at Hastings R.D. In 1901, a retired tea planter, living in the household of his wife's sister Ellen H. TWEEDIE at 22 Linton Road, Hastings, Sussex, with his wife Lucy and their daughter Margaret. [ref. 2w,28w,29,34,45,48,54]
            1. Margaret S. GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. ca. 1888 at Kurseony, India. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 29]
          4. Ada Jessie GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. ca. 1854 at Paddington or Bayswater, Middlesex, chr. 30 Jun 1854 at St. John the Evangelist, Notting Hill, London, d. 3 Feb 1872, d. reg. Q1 1872 at Linton R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her father and stepmother. Memorial tablet in the North chancel of Rolvenden church. [ref. 2ab,31,34,36,46]
          5. Frederick Burney GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. 2 Jul 1856 at Dublin, Ireland. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a boarding scholar at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Waterloo Road, Cranbrook, Kent, together with his brother Herbert. In 1881, a mariner, lodging at 131 Euston Road, London. [ref. 13,31,36]
          6. Herbert D'Arblay GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. ca. 1858 at Rolvenden, b. reg. Q2 1858 at Tenterden R.D., m. 1892 in Bengal, Margaret C. STERNDALE (daughter of Colonel Craufurd STERNDALE, cantonment magistrate of Dum-Dum and Barrackpore, India), d. by 1932. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a boarding scholar at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Cranbrook, together with his brother Frederick. In 1924, of the Rhone Tea Company, Bengal. In 1932 (posth.), of Didcot, Wallingford. [ref. 28u,28w,31,34,36,45,48]
            1. Robert D'Arblay GYBBON-MONYPENNY (eldest son), b. 10 Oct 1892, m. 4 Mar 1920 at St. John's, Felixstowe, Nina Dorothea Brenda REEVE (b. 28 Aug 1899, d. reg. Jul 1989 at Shepway R.D., only daughter of J.B. REEVE of Harley House, Felixstowe), d. reg. Dec 1991 at Ashford R.D. In 1923, a captain. [ref. 28s,28t,34]
              1. A son, b. 17 Jul 1923 at Harley House, Felixstowe. [ref. 28t]
            2. P.B.S. "Phil" GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. ca. 1897, k. 28 Jun 1918, bur. in the British Cemetery, Thiennes. At his death, a lieutenant in the 1st Battalion of the Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment. Awarded the Military Cross. [ref. 28u,60]
            3. R.M. GYBBON-MONYPENNNY, m. Dec 1932 Olive YORK (daughter of Lieutenant Colonel J.A. YORK of L'Abri, Sandbanks, Bournemouth). In 1932, of the Ceylon Civil Service. [ref. 28w]
          7. Ethel Maud GYBBON-MONYPENNY, b. ca. Jan 1861 at Ryde, b. reg. Q2 1861 at Isle of Wight R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, 1881, and 1891, living with her father and stepmother. In 1901, living with Julia, widow of her uncle Richard Thomas BURNEY. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36]
        3. Richard Maingy BURNEY, b. 16 Feb 1822, chr. 24 Apr 1822 at Penang, d. 9 Jun 1822. [ref. 2k]
        4. Susan Allen BURNEY, b. 12 May 1823 at Penang, chr. 30 Jun 1823 at Penang, d. reg. Q2 1895 at Paddington R.D. aged 71. In 1851, an annuitant, visiting her mother's sister Mary. In 1861, a fundholder, living with her mother. In 1871, living with her brother Henry. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother Richard's widow Julia. [ref. 2k,2w,31,30,34,36,44,54]
        5. Charles Henry BURNEY, b. 26 Jul 1824, chr. 10 Sep 1824 at Penang, d. 2 Dec 1824. [ref. 2k]
        6. Mary Maingy BURNEY, b. 13 Mar 1826 at Siam, chr. 4 Oct 1826 at Penang, d. 22 Feb 1827 at Calcutta, bur. at South Park Street Burial Ground, Calcutta. [ref. 2k,44,57]
        7. About three other children, born in the East Indies, d. young. [ref. 44]
        8. Anothu (or another?) Mary BURNEY, b. 13 Feb 1832 at Ava, d. 27 Mar 1833 at Calcutta, bur. at South Park Street Burial Ground, Calcutta. [ref. 57]
        9. Charles James BURNEY, b. 1833, d. 1851. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 44,53]
        10. Richard Thomas BURNEY, b. 2 May 1835, m. 1861 in Bengal, Julia Maria NAYLOR (b. ca. 1839 in India), d. 5 Apr 1891 at London, d. reg. Q2 1891 at Paddington R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. Educated at Haileybury College, 1856-1857 (prizes in classics and law). Employed by the Bengal Civil Service: arrived in India, 12 Feb 1858; Assistant Commissioner at Shahpore, 1 Nov 1865; Commissioner of Lahore; Additional Judge of Chief Court, Punjab; retired with an annuity, 1890. In 1891, Julia was living on her own means at 21 Kensington Garden Terrace, Paddington, with her daughter Edith, her late husband's sister Susan, a cook, a parlormaid, a housemaid, and a kitchenmaid. In 1901, she was living at 98 Inverness Terrace, Paddington, with her daughter Edith, her niece Maud MONYPENNY, a cook, and a housemaid. [ref. 2y,29,30,34,44,45,52,53,61]
          1. Edith Jessie BURNEY, b. 13 Nov 1862 in India, chr. 6 Jan 1863 at Mooltan, India, d. reg. Q3 1906 at Paddington R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 2y,29,30,34]
        11. Frederick William BURNEY, b. 1837 in Burma, d. 1857. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a pupil of Rev. Edward Huntingford, at Eagle House, Brook Green, Hammersmith, together with his brother Alexander. [ref. 44,53,54]
        12. Alexander D'Arblay BURNEY, b. ca. 1839 in Middlesex, b. reg. Q1 1839 at Marylebone R.D., m. reg. Q3 1868 at Kensington R.D., Constance (b. ca. 1831 at Brompton, London, m1. Frederick WITHERBY of Lyttelton, New Zealand), d. reg. Q3 1881 at Frome R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a pupil of Rev. Edward Huntingford, together with his brother Frederick. In 1861, a B.A. at Trinity College, Cambridge, lodging at 34 Sidney Street, Cambridge. In 1871, curate of St. John the Baptist, Bathwick, Somerset, living at 3 Rochfort Place, Bathwick, with his wife Constance, their son Frederick, Constance's children David, Arthur, and Mary WITHERBY, and a domestic servant. In 1881, the vicar of Witham Friary, Somerset, living at Witham Friary with his wife Constance, their sons Charles, Alexander, and Malcolm, Constance's daughter Mary WITHERBY, and two servants. In 1891, Constance was living on her own means at 1 Claremont Villa, Frome, Somerset, with her son Alexander and two general domestic servants. [ref. 13,28n,30,31,34,36,44,53,54]
          1. Frederic D'Arblay BURNEY, b. ca. 1869 at Bath, Somerset, b. reg. Q3 1869 at Bath R.D., m. reg. Q1 1905 at Thanet R.D., his cousin Mildred WAKEFIELD, d. 17 Dec 1954 at 41 Barker Road, Middlesbrough. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1910 and for 50 years, the vicar of Harworth, Doncaster. Officiated at the wedding of his brother Malcolm in 1910. A canon by 1954. [ref. 28o,28p,31,34,81]
            1. John D'Arblay BURNEY, b. reg. Q2 1906 at Worksop R.D., d. 25 Mar 1976 in Zambia. [ref. 28q,34]
            2. Stephen Henry D'A. BURNEY, b. reg. Q2 1909 at Worksop R.D. [ref. 34]
            3. Edward D'Arblay BURNEY, b. reg. Q2 1913 at Worksop R.D., m. reg. Q4 1943 at Manchester R.D., Hilda May MOORS (b. 17 Feb 1914 at Manchester). [ref. 28q,28r,34,81]
              1. Hugh Philip Noel BURNEY, b. 14 Dec 1947, b. reg. Q1 1948 at Cleveland R.D., m. 21 Dec 1991 at Bracknell, Jane Carol MORRISON (b. 6 Apr 1961 at Ewell, near Epsom, Surrey). Three children. Of Ewell. [ref. 28r,34,81]
              2. Barbara Mary Catherine BURNEY, b. 5 Aug 1950, m. David Robert CHETTLE. Two children. Of Dundas, Ontario. [ref. 81]
            4. Hugh D'Arblay BURNEY, b. reg. Q3 1916 at Worksop R.D., d. reg. Q3 1916 at Worksop R.D. [ref. 34]
          2. Charles D'Arblay BURNEY, b. ca. 1871 at Witham Friary, b. reg. Q4 1871 at Bath R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 13,34]
          3. Alexander Ronald BURNEY, b. ca. 1873 at Witham Friary, b. reg. Q3 1873 at Frome R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother. [ref. 13,30,34]
          4. Malcolm D'Arblay BURNEY, b. ca. 1876 at Witham Friary, b. reg. Q2 1876 at Frome R.D., m. 19 Jul 1910 at the Church of the Annunciation, Chislehurst, m. reg. Q3 1910 at Bromley R.D., Henriette A. "Annie" COLES (younger daughter of Charles COLES of Cleveden, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia). In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a boarding student of John H. STORK, vicar of Ashby St. Ledgers, Northamptonshire, at 1 Upper Church Street, Welton, Northamptonshire. [ref. 13,28o,30,34]
        13. Robert Payne BURNEY, b. 1843 at Barrackpore, East Indies, d. 1864. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with his mother. [ref. 44,54]
      5. Jean BANNERMAN, b. 8 Jun 1800, chr. 27 Jun 1800 at Cargill, d. unm. 12 Jul 1830 at London[ref. 2r,14]
      6. Ann BANNERMAN, b. 9 Dec 1801, chr. 19 Dec 1801 at Cargill, d. unm. 28 Nov 1840 at Ormiston[ref. 2r,14]
      7. Robert Alexander BANNERMAN, b. 28 Jan 1803, chr. 28 Jan 1803 at Cargill, d. unm. 29 Jun 1851 at London, d. reg. Q2 1851 at St. James Westminster R.D. Student at Haileybury College, 1819-1820. In India from 1821: Writer in the Madras Civil Service, 1821; Assistant to the Principal Collector of Tanjore, 1824; Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly, 1826; Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 1828; Senior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 1830; Secretary to the Commissioners for the Government of Mysore, Acting Secretary to the Board of Revenue, and Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Salem, 1832; at home on absentee allowance, 1834; returned to India via Egypt, 1837; Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam and Commissioner of Goomsoor (Gumsar), 1838; Agent to the Governor, Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam, and Commissioner of Goomsoor, 1849; resigned, 6 Jun 1849; Annuitant on the Fund, 1849. Alexander was bequeathed a quarter share of the residue of his brother William's estate, but in fact he died before the probate of the will. [ref. 2r,14,34,40,61,62]
      8. Helen Saunders BANNERMAN, b. 6 Jun 1804, chr. 12 Jun 1804 at Cargill, m. 22 Feb 1841 at St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Robert J. ROBERTSON. Robert was minister of Forteviot, Perthshire; his forthcoming marriage was recorded there on 21 Feb 1841. Helen was bequeathed a quarter share of her brother William's estate (after the death of his wife, which occurred in 1879) to be divided among Helen's children after her death. [ref. 2f,2g,2r,9,14,28aa,40]
        1. John Robert ROBERTSON, b. 28 Jan 1842, chr. 5 Mar 1842 at Forteviot. [ref. 2f]
        2. Mary Ann Bannerman ROBERTSON, b. 28 Dec 1843, chr. 17 Feb 1844 at Forteviot. [ref. 2f]
        3. James Patrick Bannerman ROBERTSON, b. 10 Aug 1845, chr. 24 Aug 1845 at Forteviot, m. 1872 Philadelphia Mary Lucy FRASER (d. 1907, daughter of W.N. FRASER of Tornaven, Aberdeenshire), d. 2 Feb 1909 at Cap Martin (on the French Riviera). Educated at Edinburgh University (of which be was subsequently Lord Rector, 1893-1896). Advocate, 1867. Stood unsuccessfully as M.P. for Linlithgow, 1880; successfully as M.P. for Buteshire, Nov 1885. Solicitor General for Scotland. Lord Advocate, 1888. Lord President of the Court of Session, 1891. Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. Presided over the Irish University Commission, 1904. See obituary in The Times, 3 Feb 1909. [ref. 2f,25,28aa]
          1. Robert Bannerman Fraser ROBERTSON. Served in the Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa. Captain, 21st Lancers. In 1909, a barrister of the Inner Temple. [ref. 28aa]
          2. Hugh ROBERTSON, d. Feb 1901 at Johannesburg. [ref. 28aa]
          3. Philadelphia Sybil ROBERTSON, m. reg. Q2 1904 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Charles Lauchlan MacLEAN. In 1909, Charles was a lieutenant in the Royal Navy. [ref. 28aa,34]
      9. William BANNERMAN, b. 25 Nov 1805, chr. 25 Nov 1805 at Cargill, m. 1835 at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, by license, Felicia RAWLINSON (b. ca. 1804 at Bloomsbury, Middlesex, d. reg. Q3 1879 at Fordingbridge R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1851 at Lymington R.D. Student at Oxford University (Brasenose College, matriculated 21 Oct 1823, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830). Ordained by 1835. In 1835, of Christ Church parish, Marylebone. Incumbent of St. Margaret's, West Hoathly, Sussex, 1837-1850. In 1848, of the Vicarage, West Hoathly. Made his will 21 Oct 1848, appointing as executors his wife Felicia and Thomas RAWLINSON of Wimpole Street, Middlesex, and as trustees Thomas RAWLINSON and Captain Henry DARLEY of 44 Hamilton Terrace, Middlesex. Left the bulk of his estate to his wife, to be divided upon her death among his sisters Mary, Helen, and Janet and his brothers Robert and James, specifically excluding Janet's daughter Janet Phillips MONYPENNY. In 1851, a clergyman without care of souls, living at Belmar House, Lymington, Hampshire, with his wife Felicia, a cook, a housemaid, and a groom. His will was proved in PCC on 20 Nov 1851. In 1861, Felicia was a fund holder, living at Bramshaw Cottage, Bramshaw, Hampshire, with her brother Thomas RAWLINSON (a barrister, presumably William's executor and trustee), her nephew Christopher RAWLINSON, a groom, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1871, living on income from dividends at Packham House, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, with a manservant, a cook, a housemaid, and an under housemaid. [ref. 2r,14,23,31,34,36,38,40,43,54]
      10. Rev. James Bannerman (1807-1868) of the Free Church. (From J.A. Wylie, Disruption Worthies.)
        James BANNERMAN, b. 9 Apr 1807 in the manse at Cargill, chr. 15 Apr 1807 at Cargill, m. 2 Apr 1839, David Anne DOUGLAS (b. ca. 1821, d. 11 Apr 1879 at Abernyte House, Inchture, Perthshire; younger daughter of David DOUGLAS, Lord Reston, Lord of Session and Justiciary), d. 27 Mar 1868 at Edinburgh. Educated at the University of Edinburgh; received degree, 30 Mar 1826. Minister of Ormiston, 1833-1843, and with the Free Church, 1843-1849. In 1841, the minister of Ormiston, living there with his wife David and two servants. From 1849, Professor of Divinity at the New College of the Free Church, Edinburgh. Received a D.D. degree from the College of Princeton, New Jersey, 1850. James was bequeathed a quarter share of the residue of his brother William's estate (but only after the death of William's wife, which occurred in 1879, after James himself had died). Published several theological works. David's will was proved (etc.) on 17 Jul 1879. Ref. 11 includes an eight-page biography of James. The family lived at Abernyte and at 7 Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh. (See Fasti.) [ref. 2r,9,10,11,14,20,35,40,53]
        1. David Douglas BANNERMAN, b. 29 Jan 1842 at Ormiston, m. 1869 Margaret Helen OMOND (b. 21 May 1840 at Monzie, Perthshire, chr. 14 Jun 1840 at Monzie, daughter of John Reid OMOND [minister of Monzie, see his account of the parish in the New Statitical Account of Scotland and his portrait at the Getty Museum] and Margaret Jane THOMSON), d. 1903. Free Church minister of Dalkeith, 1869 to 1879, and St. Leonards, from 1879. In 1881, minister of St. Leonards, living at 1 Kings Place, Perth, with his wife Margaret, a cook, a house and table maid, and a visiting general servant. (See Fasti.) [ref. 2e,2ac,10,13,14,16]
        2. Mary Turing Anne "Ata" BANNERMAN, b. 30 May 1844 at Ormiston, chr. 24 Jun 1844 at Canal Street Relief Church, Paisley, Renfrewshire. In 1881, living on income from investments at 7 Clarendon Crescent, with her brothers James and William, sister Katherine, nephews James and Alexander LORIMER, a tablemaid, a cook, a laundrymaid, a nurse, and an undernurse. [ref. 2p,13,14,20]
        3. Elizabeth Craigie BANNERMAN, b. 24 Jan 1845, chr. 22 Feb 1846 at Canal Street Relief Church, d. 12 Jan 1875 at Edinburgh. Intestate; inventory of estate in Edinburgh Sheriff Court [ref. 2p,14,16,35]
        4. Cecilia Helen BANNERMAN, b. 13 Nov 1847, chr. 26 Dec 1847 at Canal Street Relief Church, m. 30 Jul 1873 at Edinburgh, J. Crommelin BROWN. In 1871, living with her aunt Mary BANNERMAN, together with her sister Jemima. Had six children. [ref. 2d,2p,14,16,31]
        5. Ann Jessy "Annie" BANNERMAN, b. 5 Aug 1850, d. 6 Sep 1869 at Abernyte House. Intestate; inventory of estate 22 Mar 1881 in Edinburgh Sheriff Court. [ref. 14,16,35]
        6. Jemima Margaret BANNERMAN, b. 7 Nov 1852 at Edinburgh, m. John Campbell LORIMER (b. ca. 1841 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire). In 1871, living with her aunt Mary BANNERMAN, together with her sister Cecilia. In 1881, visiting a hydropathic establishment at Row, Dunbartonshire, with her husband John (an Edinburgh advocate) and their daughter Eleanor (and possibly an unidentified relative Frank BANNERMAN, merchant, b. ca. 1855 at Glasgow). [ref. 2q,13,14,16,31]
          1. Eleanor J.C. LORIMER, b. ca. 1876 at Edinburgh. In 1881, living with her parents. [ref. 13]
          2. James Bannerman LORIMER, b. ca. 1879 at Edinburgh, chr. 15 Jul 1879 at the Free Church, Dalkeith. In 1881, living with his aunt Mary BANNERMAN. [ref. 2q,13]
          3. Alexander P. LORIMER, b. ca. Dec 1880 at Edinburgh. In 1881, living with his aunt Mary BANNERMAN. [ref. 13]
          4. Three other children. [ref. 16]
        7. James Patrick BANNERMAN, b. 8 Aug 1854 at Edinburgh, m. Amy, d. 1905. In 1881, a writer to the signet, living with his sister Mary. [ref. 13,14,16]
          1. Three children. [ref. 16]
        8. William Burney "Will" BANNERMAN, b. 6 Jul 1858 at Edinburgh, m. 26 Jun 1889 at Edinburgh, Helen Brodie Cowan WATSON (b. 25 Feb 1862 at 35 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh, d. 13 Oct 1946; daughter of army chaplain Rev. Robert Boog WATSON and Janet COWAN), d. 3 Feb 1924, bur. in Grange Road Cemetery. Educated at Edinburgh Academy and the University of Edinburgh. In 1881, a student of medicine, living with his sister Mary. Physician in the Indian Medical Service; retired 1918 as Surgeon General of Madras. Helen was the author of Little Black Sambo and other books; see biography in ref. 20. [ref. 2d,13,14,16,20]
          1. Janet BANNERMAN, missionary and teacher in Madras, b. 13 Oct 1893 at Madras, m. Fred KIBBLE (professor of mathematics in Madras), d. 1976. [ref. 16,20]
            1. Thomas Walter Bannerman "Tom" KIBBLE, professor of physics in London. [ref. 16,20]
              1. Helen KIBBLE. [ref. 20]
          2. Day BANNERMAN, physician in Edinburgh, b. 4 Jul 1896 at Madras, d. 16 Apr 1976 at Edinburgh. [ref. 16,20]
          3. James Patrick "Pat" BANNERMAN, physician in Cupar, Fife, and later Haddington, East Lothian, b. 25 Jan 1900 at Parel, near Bombay, m. Margaret ROBERTSON (nurse, daughter of missionaries in India), d. 12 Feb 1955. [ref. 16,20]
            1. Burney BANNERMAN, b. at Cupar, emigrated to New Zealand. [ref. 20]
              1. Ian BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              2. David BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              3. Rory BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              4. Lisa BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              5. Helen BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              6. Fiona BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
            2. Francis Alexander BANNERMAN, b. at Cupar, d. 1979 in New Zealand. [ref. 20,22]
              1. Michael BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
              2. Alexander "Sandy" BANNERMAN, m. Susan. [ref. 22]
              3. Philippa BANNERMAN. [ref. 22]
            3. Patrick BANNERMAN, b. at Cupar. [ref. 20]
            4. Kenneth BANNERMAN, b. at Haddington. [ref. 20]
            5. Douglas BANNERMAN, b. at Haddington. [ref. 20]
          4. Robert Boog Watson "Rob" BANNERMAN, irrigation engineer in Sudan, b. 6 Jun 1902 at 11 Strathearn Place, Edinburgh, the house of his mother's parents, m1. Cecilia LAWLOR (d. 1976), m2. Alison BRACKENRIDGE. [ref. 15,20]
            1. Davie Anne Douglas BANNERMAN, m. FISHER. [ref. 15,20]
            2. Paddy BANNERMAN. [ref. 20]
        9. Katherine Maria BANNERMAN, b. 16 May 1861 at Edinburgh, m. Alexander MACKAY, d. 1898. In 1881, a scholar, living with her sister Mary. [ref. 2d,13,14,16]
          1. About six children. [ref. 16]
    4. Col. John Alexander Bannerman (1758-1819) while governor of Penang. (From The Twentieth Century Impression of British Malaya, courtesy of Ahmadshah Bin Abdullah, Penang Public Library.)
      John Alexander BANNERMAN, lieutenant colonel in the Madras Native Infantry and governor of Penang, Malaysia, for the English East India Company, b. 5 Jun 1759, chr. 8 Jun 1759 at St. Martins, m. 8 Sep 1789 at Fort St. George, Madras, Ann WEST, d. of cholera 8 Aug 1819. Went out to India, 1777. Returned to Britain, 1800. In 1801, subscribed to Ruthinglenne, or the Critical Moment, a novel by Isabella Kelly, published in London. Elected to the House of Commons as an M.P. for Bletchingly, Surrey, in the general election of January 1807. In 1808, had an estate at Lethendy, Perthshire. Elected to the Court of Directors of the East India Company, 1808. Holden's London and Country Directory for 1811 lists him as John Alexander Bannerman, Esq., of Stamford Hill, a director of the East India Company. Appointed governor of Penang, 1817. Colonel Bannerman had an extended dispute and rivalry with Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of the British colony at Singapore. (See memorial inscription.) [ref. 1,2b,3,6,8,14,15,24,27,42c,49]
      1. Ann Oram BANNERMAN, b. 7 Dec 1793 at Palamcotta, India, m. 29 Aug 1814 at St. John's, Hackney, Nathaniel Snell CHAUNCY (b. ca. 1789 at Austin Friar, Middlesex, d. 6 Jul 1856 at Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London, d. reg. Q3 1856 at Kensington R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1893 at Bath R.D. In 1814, Nathaniel was of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. In 1841, living at Green End, Little Munden, Hertfordshire, with her husband Nathaniel (independent), their children Ann, Ellen, Charlotte, Maria, Reginald, Augustus, Clara, Katherine, Bertha, Gertrude, Auschar, and Charles, a governess, and eight servants. In 1841, Nathaniel was of Bryanston Square, London, and Little Munden. In 1842, he was of Green Elm (probably an error for Green End). In 1851, Ann was living at 59 Westbourne Terrace, with her husband Nathaniel (a West Indies merchant), their daughters Julia, Kate, Bertha, and Gertrude, Nathaniel's brother Charles, a footman, a cook, a lady's maid, and a housemaid. In 1861, living at 3 Queens Gardens, Paddington, with her children Katherine and Auschar, a butler, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1881, occupation "stock holder", living at 6 Pulteney Street, Bathwick, Somerset, with her daughter Katherine, a maid, a parlormaid, and a cook. In 1891, blind and deaf, living on her own means at 6 Pulteney Street with her daughter Katherine and three servants. In 1898 (posth.), Nathaniel was of Little Munden, Hertfordshire. In 1906 (posth.), he was of Green End, Hertfordshire. For more information on Ann and her descendants, see the WorldConnect databases of Pelham West and Cliff Chancey[ref. 1,13,27,28f,28g,28i,30,34,36,43,53,54,55a,55b,55c]
        1. Ann "Annie" CHAUNCY, b. 2 Nov 1815 at Marylebone, chr. 28 Nov 1815 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. reg. Q3 1843 at Ware R.D., George HOBSON (b. ca. 1821 at Tottenham). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living at 43 Harley Street, Marylebone, with her husband George (no occupation given) and son Frederick, in the household of George's parents (no occupation given, nine servants). [ref. 2j,34,53,54]
          1. Frederick HOBSON, b. ca. 1849 at Rome. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 54]
        2. Nathaniel Bannerman CHAUNCY, b. 7 Nov 1816, chr. ca. 18 Mar 1817 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. Mary Ann, d. 1887 in Sydney district, New South Wales. [ref. 2j,18a,33,56]
          1. Josephine M. CHAUNCY, b. 1859 in New South Wales, chr. 1859 at St. James's Roman Catholic church, Sydney, New South Wales. [ref. 18a,33,56]
          2. Nathaniel Bannerman CHAUNCY, d. 1947 in Kingsford district, New South Wales. [ref. 56]
        3. Ellen CHAUNCY, b. 4 Oct 1817 at London or Little Munden, chr. 6 Mar 1818 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. 11 Mar 1845 at St. James, Paddington, m. reg. Q1 1845 at Kensington R.D., Henry MASTERMAN (b. ca. 1816 at Walthamstow, Essex, d. 9 Jun 1883 at Wanstead, Essex; son of John MASTERMAN, M.P.). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living at Lee Place, St. John Hackney, with her husband Henry (a solicitor), their sons William, John, and Henry, a footman, two nurses, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1861, living at Wanstead, Essex, with her children William, Henry, George, Emily, and Charles, and five servants (but not her husband). In 1871, staying at the West Cliffe Hotel, 112 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent, with her husband Henry (a solicitor). In 1881, living at High Street, Wanstead, with her husband Henry (a solicitor), their children William, Henry, and Emily, a footman, a lady's maid, a housemaid, and an under housemaid. In 1883, Henry was of Wanstead and 59 New Broad Street, London. [ref. 2j,2l,13,28h,28ak,31,34,36,53,54]
          1. William MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1846 at Hackney or Clapton, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Hackney R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1871, a barrister at law, living at High Street, Wanstead, (probably his parents' house, while they were away on holiday) with his brothers Henry and George, a butler, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1881, a barrister, living with his parents. [ref. 13,31,34,36,54]
          2. John MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1847 at Hackney or Upper Clapton. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a naval cadet aboard H.M.S. Britannia in Portsmouth harbor. [ref. 36,54]
          3. Henry Chauncy MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1849 at Hackney or Clapton or Clapham, b. reg. Q3 1849 at Hackney R.D., m. reg. Q2 1886 at Wallingford R.D., Alice May COTES, d. by 1916. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1871, an articled clerk, living with his brother William. In 1881, a solicitor, living with his parents. In 1891, a solicitor, living at 34 Upper Addison Gardens, Kensington, with his wife Alice, their children Henry, Mary, Nesta, and Stella, Alice's brother George R.H. COTES (a second lieutenant in the line), a cook, a parlour maid, a nurse, and a nursemaid. In 1901, a solicitor, living at 1&2 Rough Down Villas, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, with his daughters Nesta and Stella, a cook, a nurse, and a parlormaid. In 1916 (posth.), of Rough Down, Boxmoor, Hertfordshire. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36,54,60]
            1. Henry Everard MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1887 at Kensington, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Kensington R.D., d. reg. Q2 1893 at Kensington R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. [ref. 30,34]
            2. May Ellen MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1888 at Kensington, b. reg. Q1 1888 at Kensington R.D., m. James Sandford ROSS (d. by 1969), d. 25 May 1969 at her home, Titchfield, Combe, Oxford. In 1891, living with her parents. Funeral 30 May 1969 at Oxford Crematorium, followed by a memorial service at Combe parish church. [ref. 28am,30,34]
            3. Nesta Cotes MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1889 at Kensington, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Kensington R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father. [ref. 29,30,34]
            4. Stella Marion MASTERMAN, b. ca. Jul 1890 at Kensington, b. reg. Q3 1890 at Kensington R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father. [ref. 29,30,34]
            5. Robert Chauncy MASTERMAN, b. reg. Q1 1896 at Hemel Hempstead R.D., d. 1 Jul 1916. Educated at Harrow School. Enlisted in the army, Sep 1914. Gazetted as a lieutenant in the 9th Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers, Dec 1914. Served at Gallipoli. Killed in the Battle of the Somme. Named on the Thiepval Memorial (the memorial to the missing of the Somme) in France. [ref. 34,60]
          4. George Hughes MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1851 at Clapton, b. reg. Q3 1851 at Hackney R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1871, a surveyor, living with his brother William. [ref. 31,34,36]
          5. Emily F. MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1854 at Walthamstow. In 1861, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1881, living with her parents. [ref. 13,36]
          6. Charles Edward MASTERMAN, b. ca. 1858 in Essex, b. reg. Q2 1858 at West Ham R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1935, of Austins Ferry, Tasmania. [ref. 28al,34,36]
            1. (eldest son) Kay Chauncy MASTERMAN, engaged 1935 to Margaret MAXWELL (only daughter of John Ramsay MAXWELL of Melbourne). [ref. 28al]
        4. Charlotte Elizabeth CHAUNCY, b. 1 May 1819, chr. 28 May 1819 at St. Mary Marylebone. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 2j,53]
        5. Emma CHAUNCY, b. 12 Nov 1820 at Marylebone, chr. 24 Apr 1821 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. 26 Nov 1840 at St. Marylebone, m. reg. Q4 1840 at Marylebone R.D., Bonamy DOBRÉE (b. 2 Aug 1818 at Clapton or St. John's Hackney, Middlesex, chr. 3 Oct 1818 at St. John's, Hackney, d. 13 Mar 1907 at his residence, 4 Queen's Gate Place, London S.W., d. reg. Q1 1907 at Kensington R.D., bur. in Brompton Cemetery; only son of another Bonamy DOBRÉE who was Governor of the Bank of England in 1859), d. 25 May 1898 after a long illness resulting from an accident, d. reg. Q2 1898 at Kensington R.D. In 1840, Bonamy was of Great Cumberland Street, Hyde Park, London. In 1851, living at Guy's Hospital, London, in the household of her father-in-law (treasurer of the hospital), with her husband Bonamy (a merchant and foreign banker) and their children Augustus, Caroline, and Robert. In 1861, living at Clay Street, Walthamstow, with her husband Bonamy (a banker), their children Harry, Augustus, Robert, Caroline, and Mary, a butler, a footman, a housekeeper-cook, a lady's maid, a housemaid, and a kitchen maid. In 1871, living at 4 Queen's Gate Place, Kensington, with her husband Bonamy (a banker), their children Mary and Bonamy, and nine servants. In 1881, living at 4 Queen's Gate Place with her husband Bonamy (a merchant), their son Harry, his wife, a butler, a footman, a cook, three housemaids, a kitchenmaid, and a lady's maid. In 1890, of 4 Queen's Gate Place and Beauregard, Guernsey. In 1891, living at 4 Queen's Gate Place with her husband Bonamy (a banker), a butler, a footman, a cook, three housemaids, and a kitchenmaid. In 1901, Bonamy was a banker, living at 4 Queen's Gate Place with his son Harry, Harry's wife Alice, a butler, a footman, a cook, three housemaids, and a kitchenmaid. At his death in 1907, Bonamy was the senior partner in the firm of Samuel Dobree and Sons, "one of the oldest established mercantile firms in the City of London". For over 50 years he was a director of the London and Westminster Bank. He had also been a director of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, the governor of the London Assurance, a governor of Christ's Hospital, and a deputy lieutenant. [ref. 2j,13,28g,28an,28au,29,30,31,34,36,54,55c,78]
          1. Harry Hankey DOBRÉE, b. 24 May 1842 at Marylebone, m. 17 Dec 1868, m1. reg. Q4 1868 at Strand R.D., Alice Susanna or Susanna Alice ALEXANDER (b. ca. 1848 in Corfu, in the Greek Ionian Islands, d. reg. Q3 1929 at Thanet R.D.), d. 19 Sep 1908 at "The Lawn", Ramsgate, Kent, d. reg. Q3 1908 at Thanet R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1881, a merchant, living in the household of his parents with his wife Alice. In 1901, living in his father's household with his wife Alice. Funeral at Ramsgate Cemetery, 23 Sep 1908. At his death, a merchant banker, of 6 Tokenhouse Yard, London E.C., and "The Lawn", Ramsgate. Left estate valued at £91,703 gross, with net personalty £81,645. [ref. 13,28aq,29,34,36,78]
          2. Augustus Croft DOBRÉE, b. 4 Dec 1844 at Wanstead, Essex, d. 2 Dec 1867, bur. at Agram Cemetery, Bangalore, India. In 1851 and 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 28aq,36,54,78]
          3. Caroline Locke DOBRÉE, b. 1 Nov 1846 at Wanstead, m. reg. Q4 1865 at Kensington R.D., Ferdinand Marshall HUTH, d. 22 Mar 1928, d. reg. Q1 1928 at St. George Hanover Square R.D. In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 34,36,54,78]
          4. Robert Arthur Bainbridge DOBRÉE, b. 13 Dec 1849 at St. Thomas parish, Bow, or Southwark, Surrey, b. reg. Q1 1850 at St. Olave R.D., d. 30 Jan 1880 at sea off Madeira, bur. at Funchal. In 1851 and 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 28aq,34,36,54,78]
          5. Mary Augusta DOBRÉE, b. 8 Jan 1854 at Southwark, Surrey, m. 14 Jul 1874, m. reg. Q3 1874 at Kensington R.D., Alured de Vere BROOKE, d. 4 Mar 1947. In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 31,34,36,78]
            1. Maye Amelie Lucille BROOKE, m. 20 Apr 1904 A. COCHRANE (a rear admiral), d. aft. 1940. [ref. 78]
          6. Bonamy DOBRÉE, b. 15 Sep 1863 at Walthamstow, m. Violet Gordon CHASE (m2. 18 Sep 1897 at Kenilworth, D'Aubrey Potenger TAYLOR; daughter of Henry M. CHASE of the Bengal Civil Service), d. 30 Aug 1891 at St. Moritz, Engadine, of tuberculosis, bur. at St. John's, Guernsey. In 1871, living with his parents. In Aug 1891, of 47 Egerton Gardens, London, and Beauregard, Guernsey. In 1897, D'Aubrey was a major in the 2nd Battalion of the Gloucester Regiment. He was subsequently a lieutenant colonel. [ref. 28ao,28ap,31,78,82]
            1. Enid Cecil DOBRÉE, b. 17 May 1885, b. reg. Q3 1885 at Kensington R.D., m. reg. Q2 1908 at Kensington R.D., Abraham (or Frank) WILSON. [ref. 34,78]
              1. Michael Cecil Dobrée WILSON, b. 20 May 1910 in Gloucestershire, d. 31 Dec 1998. [ref. 82]
              2. Anthony Dobrée WILSON, b. 21 Aug 1916, d. 31 May 1967. [ref. 82]
              3. Violet Lavinia Dobrée WILSON, b. 18 Sep 1918, m. OSBORNE, d. 22 Nov 2001. [ref. 82]
              4. Patrick Raymond Dobrée WILSON, b. 7 Jun 1921, d. May 2012. [ref. 82]
            2. Elaine Starkie DOBRÉE, b. 8 Mar 1887, b. reg. Q2 1887 at Kensington R.D., d. 8 Nov 1968. [ref. 34,78]
            3. Bonamy DOBRÉE, b. 2 Feb 1891 at 4 Queen's Gate Place, b. reg. Q1 1891 at Kensington R.D., m. 21 Nov 1913 at Chelsea, Gladys May (Valentine) BROOKE-PECHELL (b. ca. 1893, d. 14 May 1974; an artist and poet, daughter of Sir Alexander BROOKE-PECHELL, Bart.), d. 3 Sep 1974 at his home, 15 Pond Road, Blackheath, London. In 1901, a boarder at Winton House school, Manor Road, Aldershot, Hampshire. Educated at Haileybury College and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Commissioned in the Royal Field Artillery, 1910, resigned 1913, rejoined 1914 and served in France and the Middle East, ending World War I as a major. Matriculated at Cambridge University in 1920 and graduated in 1921. Lecturer, London University, 1925-1926. Professor of English, Egyptian University, Cairo, 1926-1929. Professor of English Literature, University of Leeds, 1936-1955. Rejoined his regiment, 1939-1945, ending as a lieutenant colonel. Author of books and essays of literary criticism, biographies, a novel, a play, and much poetry. "A man of this world, who liked good wine, good prose, and good verse, was faithful in friendship, and felt deeply about the life of men and women." See obituary in The Times (4 Sep 1974) and article in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography[ref. 28ar,28as,28at,29,34,71]
              1. Georgina DOBRÉE, b. 1930. A clarinettist. [ref. 28at,71]
        6. Maria CHAUNCY, b. 21 Jan 1822 at Marylebone, chr. 18 Feb 1822 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. 8 Dec 1842 at Little Munden, m. reg. Q4 1842 at Ware R.D., John Marmaduke TEESDALE (b. ca. 1818 at All Hallows, City of London, d. reg. Q2 1888 at Dorking R.D.; eldest son of John TEESDALE of Russell Square), d. reg. Q3 1882 at Bromley R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living at 18 Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras, London, with her husband John (a solicitor), their children Marmaduke, Frederick, Frances, Julia, and Charles, and five servants. In 1861, living at 7 Norfolk Square, Paddington, London, with her husband John (a solicitor), their children Marmaduke, Frederick, Frances, Julia, Edmund, and Ellen, a butler, a cook, a nurse, a housemaid, a nursemaid, and a governess. In 1871, living at Eltham House, Eltham, Kent, with her husband John (an attorney and solicitor), their children Frances, Julia, Edmund, and Ellen, visitor Elise BEGER (future wife of their son Marmaduke), a cook, a parlormaid, a ladys maid, a housemaid, and a groom. In 1881, living at Downe Hall, Station Road, Downe, Kent, with her husband John (a solicitor), their children Frances, Julia, and Ellen, grandchildren Frank and Ellen, a cook, a parlormaid, a housemaid, a second housemaid, a kitchenmaid, a gardener, a coachman, and a nurse. [ref. 2j,13,28f,31,34,36,53,54,55b]
          1. Marmaduke John TEESDALE, b. ca. 1844 at Leytonstone, Essex, b. reg. Q1 1844 at West Ham R.D., m. Elise L.G. BEGER (b. ca. 1845 at Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, Germany), d. 10 Feb 1928 at Walton on the Hill, Lancashire. In 1851 and 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a solicitor, lodging at Aldred's Hotel, 7&8 Norris Street, Westminster; Elise was a teacher, visiting Marmaduke's parents. In 1881, Marmaduke was an assistant solicitor to the Treasury Department, living at High Land, North Park, Eltham, with his wife Elise, their children John, Elise, and Marmaduke, a cook, a housemaid, and a nursemaid. In 1891, an assistant solicitor to H.M. Treasury, living at Newlands, North Park, Eltham, with his wife Elise, Ellen, and Charles, his sister Frances, a nurse, a parlormaid, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1901, a retired civil servant, living at 117 Marlow Park Road, Lambeth, London, with his wife Elise, their children Elise and Charles, visitor John DOLBEY (future husband of their daughter Elise), a cook, a housemaid, and a parlourmaid. In 1916, of The Gables, Walton on the Hill. A cricketer: his obituary in Wisden's almanac called him "a stubborn batsman and a good field at point" who was in the Winchester Eleven in 1862. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36,54,60,79]
            1. John Hermann TEESDALE, b. ca. 1873 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1873 at Lewisham R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a boarding scholar at Winchester College, living at Culvers Close, Winchester, Hampshire. [ref. 13,30,34]
            2. Elise Maria TEESDALE, b. ca. 1875 at Eltham, b. reg. Q4 1875 at Lewisham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1903 at Lambeth R.D., John Lloyd DOLBEY (b. ca. 1876 at Shepherds Bush, London). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1901, her future husband John was a stock broker agent, visiting her and her parents. [ref. 13,29,30,34]
            3. Marmaduke TEESDALE, b. ca. 1879 at Eltham, b. reg. Q1 1879 at Lewisham R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a boarding scholar at Apley College, where his uncle Frederick Dobrée TEESDALE was headmaster. [ref. 13,30,34]
            4. Frank Robinson TEESDALE (twin with Ellen), b. ca. 1880 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1880 at Lewisham R.D., d. 17 Mar 1916, bur. at St. Peter's, Walton on the Hill. In 1881, living with his paternal grandparents. Served in the Northwest Frontier of India, 1901-2 and 1908. At his death, a major in the 25th Indian Cavalry (Frontier Force). [ref. 13,34,60]
            5. Ellen Cecilia TEESDALE (twin with Frank), b. ca. 1880 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1880 at Lewisham R.D. In 1881, living with her paternal grandparents. In 1891, living with her parents. [ref. 13,30,34]
            6. Charles Hugh TEESDALE, b. ca. 1884 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1884 at Lewisham R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 29,30,34]
          2. Frederick Dobrée TEESDALE, b. ca. 1845 at Park Street or St. George Hanover Square, London, b. reg. Q1 1845 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. reg. Q2 1870 at Winchester R.D., Edith Harriet GUILLEMARD (b. ca. 1846 at Funchal, Madeira). In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar of Winchester College, living with his parents. M.A. from Oxford by 1881. In 1881, a canon and headmaster of Apley College, St. Helens, Isle of Wight, living at the college with his wife Edith, their son Kenneth, and a number of college employees and pupils. In 1891, a clerk in holy orders and headmaster of Apley College, living at the college with his wife Edith, their son Kenneth, an assistant master, two visitors, and a number of college employees and pupils (including his nephew Marmaduke TEESDALE). In 1901, a clergyman, living at the Vicarage, Bodicote, Oxfordshire, with his wife Edith, a boarding pupil, a cook, a housemaid, and a parlormaid. [ref. 13,29,30,34,36,54]
            1. Kenneth John Marmaduke TEESDALE, b. ca. 1870 at Edinburgh, m. reg. Q2 1896 at Pancras R.D., Louise Elizabeth A. THOMSON (b. ca. 1871 at Chatham, Kent). In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a student, living with his parents. In 1901, an artist (painter), living at Peaslake, Shere, Surrey, with his wife Louise and a general servant. [ref. 13,29,30,34]
          3. Frances Maria TEESDALE, b. ca. 1846 at 18 Fitzroy Square, Bloomsbury St. George, Middlesex, d. reg. Q2 1900 at Dorking R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871 and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother Marmaduke. [ref. 13,30,31,34,36,54]
          4. Julia TEESDALE, b. ca. 1848 at Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras, Middlesex, m. reg. Q3 1891 at Dorking R.D., Montague Charles PERREAU. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871 and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living on her own means at The Cottage, Effingham, Surrey, with her sister Ellen, a parlour maid, a cook, a housemaid, and a coachman. [ref. 13,30,31,34,36,54]
          5. Charles TEESDALE, b. ca. Jun 1850 at London. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 54]
          6. Edmund Thomas Moore TEESDALE, b. ca. 1854 at Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras, m. reg. Q2 1885 at Staines R.D., Jessie Constance REEVES (b. ca. 1864 at London), d. 11 May 1935 at Franklands, Addlestone, Surrey. In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a solicitor, living at 1 Cliffords Inn, Chancery Lane, London. In 1891, a solicitor, living at Franklands, Row Hill, Addlestone, with his wife Jessie, their son Hugh, a butler, a cook, a housemaid, another maid, and a coachman. In 1901, a solicitor, living at Frank Land, Ongar Hill, Addlestone, with his wife Jessie, visitor Lucy Mayle(?) PLAYFORD (b. ca. 1863 at Wandsworth, Surrey), a butler, a cook, a housemaid, a kitchenmaid, and an under gardener. Funeral at St. John's Crematorium, Woking, 15 May 1935. In 1935, of Addlestone and Frederick's Place, London E.C., and a partner in Maples, Teesdale, and Co., solicitors. Left an estate of £28,725 gross, £24,991 net. [ref. 13,28z,29,30,31,34,36]
            1. Hugh TEESDALE, b. 12 Feb 1886 at Laleham, Surrey, or Addlestone, b. reg. Q1 1886 at Staines R.D., m. reg. Q3 1913 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Doris Wolfe GOTTO (b. reg. Q2 1893 at Kensington R.D.), d. 21 Mar 1971 at Hove, Sussex. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a boarding scholar at Winchester College, living at Culverlea, Romans Road, Winchester. A cricketer for Surrey, Oxford University, and the Marylebone Cricket Club. [ref. 29,30,34,70]
          7. Ellen Augusta TEESDALE, b. ca. 1856 at Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871 and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her sister Julia. In 1901, living on her own means at High Street, Effingham, with a cook and a house-parlour maid. [ref. 13,29,30,31,36]
        7. Reginald CHAUNCY, b. 19 Apr 1823, chr. 19 May 1823 at St. Mary Marylebone, m. Margaret BELL (b. ca. 1830 in India), d. reg. Q3 1891 at Fulham R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1871, a pensioned officer, living at 10 Redcliffe Street, Kensington, with his wife Margaret, their children Annie, Charles, Alick, Percy, and Edward, Margaret's mother Eliza (b. ca. 1810 in the East Indies), and two servants. In 1881, a retired navy officer, living at 153 Holland Road, Kensington, with his wife Margaret and their sons Alick and Percy. In 1891, a retired officer, living at 37 Tavistock Crescent, Paddington, London, with his wife Margaret, their daughter Annie, and Annie's daughter Vera. [ref. 2j,13,30,31,34,53]
          1. Annie Bertha CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1849 in the East Indies, m. reg. Q3 1876 at Fulham R.D., Francis Albert DA COSTA (d. by 1891). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents, with her daughter Vera. [ref. 30,31,34]
            1. Vera Chauncy DA COSTA, b. ca. 1882 at London, b. reg. Q4 1882 at Fulham R.D., d. reg. Q2 1894 at Fulham R.D. In 1891, living with her mother. [ref. 30,34]
          2. Charles D. CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1850 in the East Indies. In 1871, a banker's clerk, living with his parents. [ref. 31]
          3. Alick B. CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1856 at London. In 1871 and 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 13,31]
          4. Percy D. CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1858 at London. In 1871 and 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, an employee "companion" at the Holloway Sanatorium, Egham, Berkshire. [ref. 13,30,31]
          5. Edward Lowth (or Louth) CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1859 at Weymouth, Dorset, m. reg. Q4 1888 or Q3 1889 at Fulham R.D., Amy (or Aimée) Anne SHUTT (b. ca. 1862, d. 15 Dec 1947 at Bournemouth), d. by 1947. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1901, a commission agent, boarding at 6 Loris Road, Hammersmith, London. [ref. 28ad,29,31,34]
            1. Reginald J. CHAUNCY. In 1947, of New York. [ref. 28ad]
            2. Violetta Cordelia CHAUNCY, m1. Douglas George SHRUBSALL (d. by 1947), m2. 16 Oct 1947 at London, Ashley COURTENAY (second son of Rev. Charles COURTENAY). [ref. 28ad,28ae]
        8. Augustus CHAUNCY, b. 20 Mar 1825, chr. 18 Apr 1825 at St. Mary Marylebone. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 2j,53]
        9. Laura CHAUNCY, chr. 5 May 1827 at St. Mary Marylebone. [ref. 2j]
        10. Clara Julia Jane CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1829 at Marylebone, m. 12 Dec 1854 at St. James's, Paddington, William Charles LUARD (b. ca. 1826 at Marylebone), d. reg. Q2 1866 at Cardiff R.D. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, living at 4 Llandaff Place, Llandaff, Glamorgan, with her husband William (a solicitor), a cook, and a housemaid. [ref. 2l,34,36,53,54]
        11. Katherine "Kate" CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1831 at Marylebone. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1881, occupation "stock holder", living with her mother. In 1891, living on her own means with her mother. In 1901, deaf, living on her own means in a lodging house at 23 Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset. [ref. 13,29,30,36,53,54]
        12. Bertha CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1832 at Marylebone or Little Munden, chr. 21 Aug 1833 at Little Munden, m. reg. Q3 1855 at Eton R.D., Charles Freville SURTEES (b. 1823 at Heighington, Durham, d. Dec 1906, d. reg. Q4 1906 at Strand R.D.; youngest son of R. SURTEES of Redworth Hall, County Durham), d. reg. Q4 1882 at Kingston R.D. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, living at Chobham House, Chobham, Surrey, with her husband Charles (a retired army captain), their son Herbert, Charles's brother Robert, a butler, a groom, a nurse, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1871, living at Long Ditton, Surrey, with her husband Charles (a landowner, justice of the peace, deputy lieutenant, and lieutenant colonel in the Durham militia), Charles's brother Henry and sister-in-law Isabel (possibly but not necessarily Henry's wife), Bertha's nephew Francis K. BEGBIE, a coachman, a groom, a cook, two housemaids, a butler, a footman, and a lady's maid. In 1881, living at Long Ditton, with her husband Charles (a militia colonel), a lady's maid, a butler, a footman, a cook, a housemaid, and an under housemaid. Charles was colonel of the 3rd battalion of the Durham Light Infantry, a captain in the 10th Hussars, Conservative M.P. for South Durham (1865-1868), lord of the manor of Mainsford, County Durham, and deputy lieutenant, justice of the peace, and sheriff (1873) for County Durham. He was a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. See his obituary in The Times, 24 Dec 1906. [ref. 1,2m,13,28i,31,34,36,53,54]
          1. Herbert Conyers SURTEES, b. ca. 1858 at Surbiton, Surrey, b. reg. Q1 1858 at Kingston R.D., chr. 25 Feb 1858 at St. James, Paddington, m. reg. Q2 1887 at St. George Hanover Square R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a boarding pupil in a school at Eagle House, High Street, Wimbledon, Surrey. In 1881, a lieutenant, living at Queen Ann's Mansions, Westminster. In 1891, a captain in the Coldstream Guards and justice of the peace, living at Pembroke Lodge, Camberley, Surrey, with his daughter Dorothy, a butler, a nurse, a cook, and a housemaid. Subsequently a brigadier in the Coldstream Guards, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Redworth Hall. [ref. 1,2l,13,30,31,34,36]
            1. Dorothy Cynthia SURTEES, b. ca. 1888 at Westminster, London, b. reg. Q4 1888 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. reg. Q2 1913 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Christopher C. TOWER. In 1891, living with her father. [ref. 30,34]
        13. Gertrude CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1834 at Marylebone or Ware, Hampshire, chr. 10 Sep 1834 at Little Munden, m. 20 Dec 1860 at Christ Church, Bayswater, m. reg. Q4 1860 at Kensington R.D., George James Frith BEGBIE (b. 1832, d. 1876; second son of Major General P.J. BEGBIE), d. 7 Feb 1914 at "Cossipore", Bath. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1860, George was of the 35th Madras Native Infantry. He was a subscriber to the Madras Military Fund. He was promoted to major in the Madras Staff Corps on 20 Aug 1872. In 1881, Gertrude was boarding at 52 Warwick Road, Paddington, London, with her sons Francis and Charles. In 1891, she was living on a pension and private means at Stoke Villa, Upper Limpley Stoke, Wiltshire, with a general servant. Her funeral was held on 12 Feb 1914 at Bathwick Cemetery. [ref. 2m,13,27,28ab,28ac,30,34,53,54,55d,68,72]
          1. Francis Kensington BEGBIE, b. ca. 1862 (or 26 Nov 1857 per the 1901 Ontario census) at Ootacamund, Madras, m. ca. 1887 Genevieve (or Geneva) Marie O'HARA (b. 29 Jun 1869 at Lindsay, Ontario, d. 9 May 1958 in Los Angeles County, California), d. by 1920. In 1871, a scholar, living with his mother's sister Bertha. In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother. Arrived at New York from Liverpool, 17 Nov 1882, on the ship City of Chester, giving his occupation as "farmer". On 16 Jun 1887, filed first papers (declaring his intent to become a U.S. citizen) in Pembina County, North Dakota. Naturalized 4 Jun 1890 in Cavalier County, North Dakota. On 24 Jul 1891, purchased 160 acres of land in Cavalier County from the federal government for cash. Immigrated to Canada in 1891. Arrived at New York from Liverpool, 18 Jul 1894, on the ship Teutonic, with his wife Genevieve and their children Gertrude and Frederick; gave his occupation as engineer, his last residence as Stoke (probably visiting his mother), and his destination as Helena, Montana. In 1901, a mechanical engineer, living at Lindsay, Victoria County, Ontario, with his wife Genevieve, their children Anna and George, and a servant. Genevieve (and probably also Francis) returned to the United States in 1911. Arrived at New York from Veracruz, Mexico, 7 Mar 1914, on the ship Mexico, with his wife Genevieve and their daughter Pauline (all listed as British subjects en route to London); gave his occupation as mechanical engineer and his last permanent residence as San Luis Potosí, care of the Palacio Mercantile. On 30 Sep 1914, sailed from Liverpool on the ship Celtic, arriving at New York on 9 Oct 1914, with his wife Genevieve and their daughter Pauline (all listed as British subjects en route to San Luis Potosí by way of Genevieve's parents Mr. and Mrs. O'HARA of Neche, North Dakota, which is in Pembina County); gave his occupation as mine owner and his last permanent residence as Mexico City. On 12 Apr 1915, Francis again filed first papers in Pembina County. In 1920, Genevieve was living at 183 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, California, with her daughter Pauline and a boarder. In 1930, she was living with her daughter Pauline. [ref. 13,27,31,63,64,65a,65b,66,69,74,75]
            1. Anna (or Alcona or Cona) Gertrude BEGBIE, b. 29 Mar 1890 in North Dakota, m. ca. 1910 Albert J. HANGLIN (b. ca. 1877 in Massachusetts, married once previously). In 1894, crossed the Atlantic from Liverpool to New York with her parents and brother Frederick. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1920, living at 53 Howard Street, Newark, New Jersey, with her husband Albert (a chemist in the tannery business) and their daughters Patricia and Jean. In 1930, living at 636 Lapham Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with her husband Albert (a chemist in the tannery business) and their children Patricia, Theresa, and Eichey. [ref. 27,63,64,65a,65b]
              1. Patricia HANGLIN, b. ca. Apr 1915 in New Mexico. In 1920 and 1930, living with her parents. [ref. 65a,65b]
              2. Theresa Imogene "Jean" HANGLIN, b. ca. Jul 1917 in Illinois, m. Walter Denton GROSSE. In 1920 and 1930, living with her parents. [ref. 27,65a,65b]
                1. Susan J. GROSSE. [ref. 27]
              3. Eichey HANGLIN, b. ca. 1924 in Colorado. In 1930, living with his parents. [ref. 65a]
            2. George Frederick BEGBIE, b. 6 Oct 1892 in Upper Canada. In 1894, crossed the Atlantic from Liverpool to New York with his parents and sister Gertrude. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 63,64]
            3. Pauline Francesca BEGBIE, b. 30 May 1901 at Lindsay, Ontario, m. ca. 1920 Carl Frederick "Fred" CORNELIUS (b. 2 Sep 1901 in California, d. 21 Aug 1949 in Los Angeles County), d. 18 Oct 1990 in Los Angeles County. In 1914, traveled with her parents from Mexico to London via New York. In 1920, a telephone operator, living with her mother. In 1930, living at 3022 St. Andrews Boulevard, Riverside, California, with her husband Fred (a machinist in fruit packing machines), their children Patricia, Freda, and Paul, and her mother. [ref. 65a,66,67,75]
              1. Carl B. CORNELIUS, b. 27 Mar 1921 in Riverside County. [ref. 66]
              2. Patricia J. CORNELIUS, b. ca. 1923 in California. In 1930, living with her parents. [ref. 65a]
              3. Freda Carol CORNELIUS, b. 6 Jan 1927 in Riverside County, m. BENSHOOF, d. 9 Sep 1991 in Nevada. In 1930, living with her parents. [ref. 65a,66]
              4. Paul Frederick CORNELIUS, b. 14 May 1929 in Riverside County, d. 24 Mar 1974 in Los Angeles County. In 1930, living with his parents. [ref. 65a,66,67]
              5. John Robert CORNELIUS, b. 11 Jul 1935 in Riverside County. [ref. 66]
          2. At least one more son, older than Charles. [ref. 68]
          3. Charles Julian BEGBIE, b. ca. 1872 at Croydon, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1872 at Croydon R.D., d. 20 Jul 1895 at Malta. In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother. A lieutenant in the Royal Navy. A brass wall memorial in St. Mary the Virgin, Limpley Stoke, reads "In loving memory of Lieutenant Charles Julian Begbie, R.N., of H.M.S. Anson, youngest son of the late Major G.J.F. Begbie, M.S.C., who died of enteric fever at Malta 20th July 1895 aged 23 years. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive." [ref. 13,34,68]
        14. Auschar CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1835 at London, chr. 7 Aug 1836 at Little Munden. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1861, an artist, living with his mother. [ref. 2m,36,53]
        15. Charles Henry CHAUNCY, b. ca. 1837 at Munden, chr. 17 Sep 1837 at Little Munden, m. 10 Apr 1867 Frances Augusta WARREN. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a boarding pupil in a school at 17 Cannon Place, Brighton, Sussex. By 1911, a captain formerly of the 22nd and 41st Regiments, of 44 Lee Park, Blackheath, London, S.E. [ref. 2m,19a,32,53,54]
          1. Augustus Charles CHAUNCY, b. 11 Dec 1867, m. reg. Q3 1897 at Woolwich R.D., Rebecca Marian St. Clair ISLES (daughter of W.R. ISLES, major, 19th Regiment). By 1911, district agent of the Great Eastern Railway Company and major, 20th Battalion, County of London Division, of 19 Henry Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. [ref. 32,34]
            1. Francis Charles Martin CHAUNCY, b. reg. Q3 1898 at Leicester R.D. [ref. 32,34]
          2. John Borlase Warren CHAUNCY, b. 22 Jun 1869 at Queenstown, County Cork, Ireland, m. 20 Apr 1899, m. reg. Q2 1899 at Woolwich R.D., Emily BAYLEY (daughter of Col. BAYLEY, Royal Artillery). In 1881, a boarding scholar at Christ's Hospital school, Hertford, Hertfordshire. By 1911, of 16 Craigerne Road, Blackheath. [ref. 19a,32,34]
            1. Charles Frederick CHAUNCY, b. 6 May 1900, b. reg. Q2 1900 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 32,34]
            2. Anna Frances CHAUNCY, b. reg. Q4 1901 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 32,34]
            3. Robert Augustus CHAUNCY, b. 6 Jul 1906, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 32,34]
          3. Edith Julia Frances Rose CHAUNCY, b. 29 May 1871 at Kinsale, County Cork, m. 1901, Arthur Gosset CRAWFORD (major, 84th Punjabis, Indian Army). [ref. 19a,32]
            1. George Oswald CRAWFORD, b. 1902. [ref. 32]
            2. Dick CRAWFORD, b. 1909. [ref. 32]
          4. Charles Henry Kemble CHAUNCY, b. 21 Dec 1873, b. reg. Q4 1873 at Chester R.D., m. 3 Jan 1902 Constance Margaret SEALY (daughter of G.W. SEALY). By 1911, a captain in the 124th Infantry of the Indian Army. [ref. 32,34]
            1. Leslie CHAUNCY. [ref. 32]
            2. Helen CHAUNCY. [ref. 32]
          5. Eleanor Aufride Mary CHAUNCY. [ref. 32]
          6. Kate Isabel CHAUNCY. [ref. 32]
          7. James Hornidge CHAUNCY, b. 1880, m. 1907 Adela NEWTON, d. 1949 in Yass district, New South Wales. By 1911, M.R.C.S. (England) and L.R.C.P. (London), of St. Mary's, near Sydney, New South Wales. [ref. 32,56]
      2. James BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1794 in the East Indies, m. 10 Oct 1832 at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, by license, Ellen ATKINSON, d. 21 Jan 1866 at 25 Connaught Square, Paddington, London, of "softening of the brain, many months", d. reg. Q1 1866 at Kensington R.D. Student at Haileybury College, 1810-1812. In China, 1812 to 1834. A supracargo for the East India Company. In 1832, of the East India Company's service in China and of the parish of St. Marylebone. At his daughter's baptism in 1834, of 15 St. John's Wood Road, Marylebone, occupation "esquire". In 1851, a fund holder, living at 25 Connaught Square with his wife Ellen, daughter Ellen Ann, a footman, a cook, a lady's maid, and a housemaid. In the 1852 London Post Office Directory, listed as Jas. Bannerman, Esq., at 25 Connaught Square. (The 1841 Post Office Directory listed Mrs. DAWSON at that address.) James's daughter's marriage certificate in 1855 gives his occupation as "esquire". In 1861, a fundholder, living at 25 Connaught Square with his wife Ellen, visiting niece Annie BRUÈRE, a footman, a coachman, a lady's maid, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1866, he was formerly in the civil service of the East India Company. James's death was registered by W. HOLLOWAY, who was present at the death, and whose residence was also 25 Connaught Square. Presumably this is not the James Bannerman (1790-1858) who was governor of the Gold Coast, 1850-1851. [ref. 1,4,7a,7b,21,25,28y,34,36,42a,42b,43,54,61,80]
        1. Ellen Anne BANNERMAN (only child), b. 9 Jan 1834 at Marylebone or Paddington, chr. 20 May 1834 at St. Mary Bryanston Square, Marylebone, m. 16 Jan 1855 at St. John's, Paddington, m. reg. Q1 1885 at Kensington R.D., Hugh Ward SAUNDERS, d. reg. Q3 1910 at Kingston R.D. At her marriage in 1855, of Connaught Square. In 1851, living with her parents. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, living in Brighton with her family. In 1881, a "fundholder", living at 15 Ladbroke Terrace, Kensington, with her youngest son Lionel, a cook, a housemaid, a nurse, and a kitchenmaid. In 1891, living on her own means, boarding at 3 Greenside, Richmond, Surrey, with her youngest daughter Ellen. In 1901, living with Lionel in East Molesey, Surrey. [ref. 1,4,7a,13,29,30,31,34,54,80]
      3. Janet BANNERMAN, m. 30 Jun 1818 at St. George's, Penang (then known as Prince of Wales Island), William Edward PHILLIPS (d. by 1855). Janet's marriage was the first performed in St. George's, Penang, which was the first Anglican church in Southeast Asia. The second marriage, in the same church later the same day, was that of Janet's first cousin, also named Janet BANNERMAN. William was a member of the Penang presidency council and acting governor of Penang both before Janet's father's appointment and after his death. A descendant has this silhouette of Janet, William, and their family. [ref. 1,2k,5,21,28a,28ag]
        1. Alexander William PHILLIPS, chr. 21 May 1819 at St. George's, Penang, m. 2 Oct 1845 at Madras, Ann Elizabeth MORTLOCK (b. ca. 1809 at London), d. 23 Feb 1883 at Southsea, d. reg. Q1 1883 at Portsea R.D. Student at Haileybury College, 1837-1839. In India, 1839 to 1869; Judge of Utakamand; retired with an annuity, 1869. In 1871, a retired Indian civil servant, living at Artington, Surrey, with his wife Ann, his cousin Alice Mary BRUÈRE, a cook, a parlormaid, a housemaid, a kitchenmaid, and a coachman. In 1881, lodging at Richmond House, the Strand, Ryde, Isle of Wight, with his wife Annie and a parlormaid. [ref. 2n,2o,13,31,34,61]
        2. Charles Palmer PHILLIPS, chr. 3 Nov 1821 at St. George's, Penang, m. reg. Q3 1846 at Holborn R.D., Eliza LOWNDES (b. ca. 1819 at St. George, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, d. by 1871), d. reg. Q3 1895 at Barnet R.D. In 1861, a barrister (and M.A.), living at Berkeley Cottage, Caldicot Hill Road, Aldenham, Hertfordshire, with his wife Eliza, their newborn son Edward, a visiting nurse, a gardener, a cook, and a housemaid; also the absent head of a household at 16 Victoria Place, Eastbourne, Sussex, where his children Alice, Clara, Arthur, Janet, Ellen, and Eliza were living with their governess, a housekeeper, a nurse, a house servant, and an under nurse. In 1871, a Commissioner of Lunacy, visiting his sister Emily with his daughters Alice and Laura. In 1881, a barrister not in practice, living at Berkeley Cottage, Aldenham, with his son William, daughters Alice, Clara, Edith, Janet, Ellen, and Eliza, sister-in-law Anna LOWNDES (b. ca. 1829 at Bloomsbury, Middlesex), and three servants. [ref. 2n,13,19b,31,34,36]
          1. William Charles PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1847 at Queen Square, St. George the Martyr, Bloomsbury, London, b. reg. Q4 1847 at Marylebone R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his great aunt Augusta BANNERMAN. In 1871, a banker's clerk, visiting his uncle William C. PHILLIPS with his sisters Clara, Janet, and Ellen. In 1881, a clerk, living with his father. In 1891, a merchant's clerk, living at Berkeley Cottage, Caldecote Hill, Aldenham, with his sisters Alice, Clara, Edith, Janet, Eliza, and Laura, his aunt Anna LOWNDES, a parlormaid, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1901, a bank accountant, living at The Barton, Elstree, Hertfordshire, with his sisters Clara, Edith, and Eliza, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36]
          2. Charles B. PHILLIPS, b. 4 Nov 1848 at London. In 1861, a scholar, living with his great aunt Augusta BANNERMAN. [ref. 28j,36]
          3. Alice PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1850 at Binfield, Berkshire. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with her governess and five siblings. In 1871, visiting her aunt Emily with her father. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. [ref. 13,30,31,36]
          4. Clara PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1851 at Queen Square, St. George the Martyr, Bloomsbury. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with her governess and five siblings. In 1871, visiting her uncle William with her brother William and sisters Janet and Ellen. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. In 1901, living with her brother William. [ref. 13,29,30,31,36]
          5. Arthur Lowndes PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1853 at Aldenham, chr. there 14 Jun 1853, d. reg. Q4 1879 at Watford R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with his governess and five siblings. [ref. 19b,34,36]
          6. Edith Anna PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1855 at Aldenham or Watford or Bushey, Hertfordshire, b. reg. Q1 1855 at Watford R.D. In 1861, living with her uncle Samuel LOWNDES at Esher House, Cobham, Surrey. In 1871, a scholar, visiting her great aunt Augusta BANNERMAN with her sister Eliza. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. In 1901, living with her brother William. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36]
          7. Janet PHILLIPS, b. 1856 at Aldenham, b. reg. Q2 1856 at Watford R.D., chr. 16 May 1856 at Aldenham. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with her governess and five siblings. In 1871, a scholar, visiting her uncle William with her brother William and sisters Clara and Ellen. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. [ref. 13,19b,30,31,34,36]
          8. Ellen PHILLIPS, b. 1857 at Aldenham, chr. there 23 Jul 1857. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with her governess and five siblings. In 1871, a scholar, visiting her uncle William with her brother William and sisters Clara and Janet. In 1881, living with her father. [ref. 13,19b,31,36]
          9. Eliza Gertrude PHILLIPS, b. 1858 at Aldenham or Watford, chr. 9 Dec 1858 at Aldenham. In 1861, a scholar, living at Eastbourne with her governess and five siblings. In 1871, visiting her great aunt Augusta with her sister Edith. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. In 1901, living with her brother William. [ref. 13,19b,29,30,31,36]
          10. Edward Loftus PHILLIPS, b. ca. Mar 1861 at Aldenham, chr. there 9 Apr 1861, m. reg. Q2 1896 at Londonderry R.D., Ireland, Katherine Elizabeth SCOTT, d. reg. Q1 1938 at Dublin South R.D., Ireland. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his uncle Richard GARTH (a barrister, Q.C., and landowner, b. ca. 1819 at Westminster) and aunt Clara (b. ca 1824 at London) at Morden Lane, Morden, Surrey. [ref. 19b,31,36,76,77]
            1. Annie Eileen PHILLIPS, b. reg. Q4 1897 at Dublin South R.D., d. reg. Q4 1942 at Dublin South R.D. [ref. 76,77]
            2. Catherine Clara Joyce PHILLIPS, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Dublin South R.D., m. William Collis SOMERVILLE-LARGE, d. 1980. [ref. 73,76,77]
              1. Peter SOMERVILLE-LARGE. [ref. 73,77]
          11. Laura PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1862 at Eastbourne, Sussex, chr. 17 Apr 1862 at Aldenham. In 1871, visiting her aunt Emily with her father. In 1881, visiting the PODMORE family at Eastbourne College, Blackwater Road, Eastbourne. (Was Mrs. Georgina V. PODMORE, b. ca. 1826 at London, Laura's aunt?) In 1891, living on her own means with her brother William. [ref. 13,19b,30,31]
        3. William Cornwallis PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1822 at Penang, m. 18 Apr 1855 at St. Mary, Cheltenham, m. reg. Q2 1855 at Cheltenham R.D., his cousin Mary Bruère TOD, d. reg. Q4 1893 at Kensington R.D. In 1855, of the Madras Army; his marriage was performed by his cousin Henry Bannerman BURNEY. In 1871, a lieutenant colonel in the Madras Staff Corps, living at Stafforden Lodge, Brunswick Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, with his wife Mary, their children Frances, Walter, Herbert, and Florence, four visiting children of his brother Charles, a cook, a housemaid, and a servant needlewoman. In 1881, a major general on the retired list of the Indian Army, living at 5 Stanley Crescent, Kensington, with his wife Mary, their children Frances, Herbert, and Florence, a cook, a housemaid, and a parlormaid. In 1891, a retired colonel and honorary major general in the Indian Army, living at 5 Stanley Crescent with his wife Mary, children Frances, Herbert, and Florence, and three servants. In 1901, Mary was living at 33 Arundel Gardens, Kensington, with her daughters Frances and Florence, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. [ref. 13,28ag,29,30,31,34]
          1. Frances M. PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1856 at Kurnool(?) or Kiernod(?) or Kudnooly(?), Burma. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 13,29,30,31]
          2. Walter E. PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1857 at Thyatniyoo(?), Burma, m. Annie (b. ca. 1868 in India). In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a major in the Indian Staff Corps, living at 14 Clarence Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, with his wife Annie and their children Lancelot and Thermuthis. [ref. 29,31]
            1. Lancelot PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1893 in India. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 29]
            2. Thermuthis PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1893 in India. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 29]
          3. Herbert Arthur PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1860 at Pereratose(?) or Madras, m. reg. Q3 1895 at Kensington R.D., Rosamond Jane M. COX (b. ca. 1872 in Scotland, m2. reg. Q3 1910 at Marylebone R.D., James T.C. LAING), d. reg. Q1 1904 at Kensington R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a civil engineer, living with his parents. In 1901, a civil engineer, living at 18 Queens Gardens, Paddington, with his wife Rosamund, their sons Arthur and Gerald, a cook, a parlormaid, a housemaid, a nurse, and a nursemaid. [ref. 13,28af,29,30,31,34]
            1. Arthur Cornwallis PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1896 at Paddington, b. reg. Q4 1896 at Paddington R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 29,34]
            2. Gerald Loftus PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1898 at Paddington, b. reg. Q1 1898 at Paddington R.D., m. 7 Sep 1951 at Forres, Diana Catharine ELLIOT (m1. TAYLOR, daughter of T.R.B. ELLIOT of Clifton Park, Kelso). In 1901, living with his parents. In 1951, of Greystones, Findhorn, Moray. [ref. 28af,29,34]
          4. Florence E. PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1861 at Madras. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 13,29,30,31]
        4. Arthur Chauncy PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1825 at Marylebone, London, or Bath, Somerset, m. 13 Sep 1882 at All Saints, Clifton, m. reg. Q3 1882 at Barton Regis R.D., his cousin Alice Mary BRUÈRE, d. reg. Q4 1893 at Cookham R.D. In 1881, a retired major general, living at Woodhill House, Iver, Buckinghamshire, with his sisters Emily and Phoebe, a cook, and two housemaids. In 1882, a major general, late of the Madras Staff Corps. In 1891, a retired army major [general], boarding at the Green Bank Hotel, Budock, Cornwall, with his wife Alice. [ref. 13,28c,29,30,34]
        5. Emily PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1829 at London, chr. 15 Dec 1829 at St. Mary Marylebone. In 1871, living at 4 Ventnor Terrace, Brighton, with her sister Phoebe, their visiting brother Charles and two of his daughters, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1881, living with her brother Arthur. In 1891, living on her own means at 5 St. Luke's Close, Maidenhead, Berkshire, with a general servant. [ref. 2j,13,30,31]
        6. Jessy PHILLIPS, b. 2 May 1831 at Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London, chr. 10 Jun 1831 at St. Mary Marylebone. [ref. 2j,28k]
        7. Phoebe PHILLIPS, b. ca. 1834 at Sunningdale, Berkshire, d. reg. Q3 1887 at Cookham R.D. In 1871, living with her sister Emily. In 1881, living with her brother Arthur. [ref. 13,31,34]
        8. A son, b. 15 Jun 1836 at Burwood Lodge, near Esher, Surrey. [ref. 28l]
      4. David Roebuck BANNERMAN, chr. 12 Jan 1799 at Fort St. George, Madras, m. Eliza, d. 1 Sep 1832 at Guntoor (Gantur). Student at Haileybury College, 1812-1814 (prizes for mathematics, Persian, Hindustani, and Persian writing). In India from 1814: Writer, Madras Civil Service, 1815; Assistant to the Secretary to Government, 1818; Register of the Zillah of Masulipatam, 1819; on leave to the Cape of Good Hope, 1821; Register to the Zillah of Madura, 1822; Subcollector and Assistant Magistrate of Madura, 1824; at home on absentee allowance, 1826; returned to India on the Brunswick, 1826; Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole (Chikakol), 1830. On David's death, his wife and children returned to England and resided at Chatham, then later moved to Ireland. (His wife may have been Irish: her father received the freedom of the City of Dublin, together with a sword and silver goblet and salver, for the services he rendered with his regiment in Emmet's Rebellion [July 1803].) [ref. 1,2i,2z,28m,41,61,62]
        1. Anne Eliza BANNERMAN, b. 31 May 1824 in the Madras presidency, chr. 29 Sep 1824 at Palamcottah, d. reg. Q2 1901 at Congleton R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living on her own means with her brother James. [ref. 1,2z,29,30,34]
        2. Edward BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1827 at Bathwick, Somerset, m. 11 Jul 1866 at Beetham, Westmorland, m. reg. Q3 1866 at Kendal R.D., Catherine Mary HUTTON (b. ca. 1839 at Wartonwear, Lancashire, d. reg. Q4 1898 at Kendal R.D.; eldest daughter of William HUTTON, vicar of Beetham), d. reg. Q4 1911 at Kendal R.D. In 1861, the curate of Heversham, lodging at Main Street, Milnthorpe, Westmoreland. In 1871, the vicar of Natland, Westmorland, living at Natland with his wife Catherine, their children William, Margaret, and James, a general servant, and a nurse. In 1881, the vicar of Crosscrake, Westmorland, living at Crosscrake Vicarage, Stainton, Westmorland, with his wife Catherine, children William, Margaret, James, Rhode, David, Catherine, and Alfred, and a general servant. In 1891, the vicar of Crosscrake, living at the Vicarage, Stainton, with his wife Catherine, daughters Margaret, Rhode, and Catherine, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1901, a Church of England clergyman, living at St. Thomas's Vicarage, Stainton, with his daughter Margaret and a housemaid. [ref. 1,13,28m,29,30,31,34,36]
          1. William Edward BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1867 at Natland, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Kendal R.D., m. reg. Q4 1897 at Burton R.D., Lucy Elizabeth WRIGHT (b. ca. 1870 at Burton on Trent, Staffordshire). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. M.A. from St. John's College, Cambridge. In 1891, a schoolmaster at the Grammar School, Darlington, Durham. Ordained deacon, 1893; ordained priest, 1894. Curate of Horninglow, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, 1893-1897. Vicar of West Haddon, Rugby, Northamptonshire, from 1897 until at least 1914. In 1901, a Church of England clergyman, living at the Vicarage, High Street, West Haddon, with his wife Lucy, their children Catherine, Hilda, and Valentine, a nurse, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1933, of Levens, Kendal, Westmorland. [ref. 13,28d,29,30,31,34,50]
            1. Catherine Lucy BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1898 at West Haddon, b. reg. Q3 1898 at Daventry R.D.. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 29,34]
            2. Hilda Hutton BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1899 at West Haddon, b. reg. Q4 1899 at Daventry R.D.. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 29,34]
            3. Valentine Edward A. BANNERMAN, b. ca. Feb 1901 at West Haddon, b. reg. Q1 1901 at Daventry R.D.. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 29,34]
            4. (probably) Dorothy Margaret BANNERMAN, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Daventry R.D. [ref. 34]
            5. James Macleod BANNERMAN, b. reg. Q4 1907 at Daventry R.D., engaged 1933 to Nancy Collister THRELFALL (daughter of R.B. THRELFALL, of Heversham School, Milnthorpe). In 1933, of the Royal Artillery. [ref. 28d,34]
          2. Margaret Edith BANNERMAN, b. 23 Nov 1868 at Natland, chr. 26 Jan 1869 at Natland. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father. [ref. 2h,13,29,30,31]
          3. James Hutton BANNERMAN, b. 9 Jul 1870 at Natland, b. reg. Q3 1870 at Kendal R.D., chr. 16 Aug 1870 at Natland, m. reg. Q2 1896 at St. Albans R.D., Constance FORD (b. ca. 1872 at Santiago, Chile). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. B.A. from Queens' College, Cambridge. In 1891, an assistant schoolmaster, visiting Grammar School House, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Ordained deacon, 1893; ordained priest, 1894. Curate of Hitchin, 1893-1895. Curate of St. Peter, Upton Cross, Essex, 1895-1899. Curate of Great Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, 1899-1902. In 1901, a Church of England clergyman, living at 18 Boxwell Road, Berkhamsted, with his wife Constance, their son David, a cook, and a nurse. Curate of Ardleigh, 1902-1904. Rector of Chelmondiston, Ipswich, Suffolk, from 1904 until at least 1912. Member of the East Suffolk County Council from 1906. Diocesan Inspector for Schools for Samford Deanery from 1908. Address in 1912: The Rectory, Chelmondiston, Ipswich. [ref. 2h,13,29,30,31,34,51]
            1. David Alexander Hutton BANNERMAN, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Berkhamsted, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Berkhamsted R.D., m. 14 Jul 1932 at St. Mary's, Hurley, Berkshire, Margaret Aileen BISHOP. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1932, a captain in the York and Lancaster Regiment and the Royal West African Frontier Force. [ref. 28e,29,34]
          4. Rhoda Mcleod BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1872 at Crosscrake, b. reg. Q4 1872 at Kendal R.D., m. 8 Oct 1898 at St. Thomas's, Crosscrake, m. reg. Q4 1898 at Kendal R.D., Charles Molyneux HUTTON. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1898, Charles was a major in the 20th Regiment. [ref. 13,28b,30,34]
          5. David Henry BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1875 at Stainton or Crosscrake, b. reg. Q1 1875 at Kendal R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a boarder at school in Snettisham, Norfolk, together with his brother Alfred. [ref. 13,30,34]
          6. Catherine Jessie BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1877 at Crosscrake, b. reg. Q1 1877 at Kendal R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. [ref. 13,30,34]
          7. Alfred Toosey BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1879 at Stainton or Crosscrake, b. reg. Q1 1879 at Kendal R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a boarder at school in Snettisham, Norfolk, together with his brother David. [ref. 13,30,34]
        3. James Macleod BANNERMAN, b. 1829 in the Madras presidency, perh. bur. at St. John's, Buglawton, Cheshire. Educated at Holywell School, County Wicklow, where he received a medal "for merit" in 1845. Student at Trinity College, Dublin: several distinguished prizes, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1864. Ordained deacon in 1856; ordained priest in 1857. Curate of St. Barnabas, Liverpool, Lancashire, 1856-1860 (or 1856-1859). Curate of St. Andrew's, Liverpool, 1861-1862 (or 1859-1862). In 1861, the curate of St. Andrew's, Liverpool, lodging at 19 Hope Street, Liverpool. Curate of Aigburth, Lancashire, 1862-1873. In 1871, the curate of Aigburth, lodging at Oakfield Cottage, Aigburth. Vicar of St. Stephen's, Congleton, Cheshire, 1873-1914. In 1881, the vicar of Congleton, living at St. Stephen's Vicarage, Brook Street, Congleton, with a housekeeper and gardener married to each other, their family, and a general servant. In 1891, a clerk in holy orders, living at St. Stephen's Vicarage, Congleton, with his sister Anne, a cook (the former housekeeper, now widowed), her children, and a housemaid (the cook's siser). In 1901, a Church of England clergyman, living at St. Stephen's Vicarage, Congleton, with his sister Anne, the same housekeeper, her children, and her sister the housemaid. Resigned as vicar of Congleton in 1914 due to ill health. [ref. 1,13,29,30,31,36,41,50]
      5. Mary Dioné BANNERMAN, b. 24 Apr 1800 at sea off the Cape of Good Hope, chr. 14 Sep 1800 at St. Martins, Perthshire, m. 14 May 1823 at Penang, Frederick DANGERFIELD (an Indian officer, d. by 1861), d. reg. Q4 1895 at Marylebone R.D. In 1861, living with her sister Charlotte. In 1881, an annuitant, living in a lodging house at 37 Upper Gloster Place, St. Marylebone, London. In 1891, blind, an annuitant, living at 37 Upper Gloucester Place with a lady companion. [ref. 1,2b,2k,6,13,30,34,36]
      6. Edward BANNERMAN, prob. b. ca. 1801, d.s.p. 1844 at sea on his passage home to England from India. Student at Haileybury College, 1814-1815. In India, in the Madras Civil Service, from 1816: Writer, 1816; Second afterwards Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam, 1819; Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly, 1821; Acting Deputy Persian Translator to Government, 1825; Assistant to the Chief Secretary to Government, 1826; Senior Deputy Register of the Sudder Court, 1828; Judge and Criminal Judge of Madura, 1830; Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem, 1833; out of employ, 1835; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah and Salem, 1836; Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem, 1837; out of employ, 1840; retired on the Annuity Fund, 1843. [ref. 1,61,62]
      7. Charlotte BANNERMAN, b. ca. 1802 at Pall Mall, London, m. 28 Feb 1824 at Benares, India, George TOD (b. 1788 at Edinburgh, d. 1870 at Clifton, Bristol, d. reg. Q1 1870 at Clifton R.D.; son of Alexander TOD of Alderston, Haddington, East Lothian, and Charlotte BRUÈRE, daughter of General George James BRUÈRE [d. 1780]), d. reg. Q3 1888 at Kensington R.D. George was Commissioner of Travancore, and was of Edinburgh and Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. In 1841, living at Kippilaw, Bowden, Roxburghshire, with her husband George (independent), their daughter Charlotte, Alexander TOD and another Charlotte TOD (both independent, perhaps George's brother and sister), William BOGGIE (also independent, perhaps a visitor), and seven servants. In 1851, Charlotte was deaf, living at 3 Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham, with her husband George (late of the Bengal Civil Service), their children Mary and Edward, a lady's maid, a housemaid, a cook, and a butler. In 1861, she was deaf, living at 3 Lansdowne Terrace, Cheltenham, with her husband George (late of the Bengal Civil Service), their daughters Charlotte and Annie, her sister Mary, a lady's maid, a housemaid, a cook, a butler, and a visiting clergyman, Henry B. BYRNE (b. ca. 1824 in Madras). In 1881, she was an annuitant, lodging at 44 Pulteney Street, Bathwick, Somerset, down the road from the house of her older sister Ann, with a lady's maid and a housemaid. [ref. 1,13,17,26,34,36,53,54]
        1. Alexander George TOD, b. ca. 1825 at Bangalore or Benares, m. 18 Jul 1854 at the Cathedral, Madras, Isabella HAY (b. ca. 1824 at Hadley, Middlesex, d. by 1891; youngest daughter of Captain Robert HAY, E.I.C.S., of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire), d. 4 Dec 1902 at 3 Westbourne Place, Clifton, Bristol. In 1854, the Quartermaster and Interpreter of the 1st Light Cavalry. Subsequently a captain in the 1st Madras Cavalry. In 1861, a retired captain in H.M. Indian Army, living in High Street, Cheltenham, with his wife Isabella, their children Hay, Susan, and Amy, and a nurse. In 1871, late a captain in the Indian Army, living at 2 North Parade, Cheltenham, with his wife Isabella, their children Amy, Edwin, Francis, and Louisa, and two general servants. In 1881, a retired captain in the Indian Army, living at 22 Clarence Square, Cheltenham, with his wife Isabella, their children Amy, Annie, Edwin, and Louisa, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1891, a retired captain in the 1st Madras Lancers, "rather deaf", living at 22 Clarence Square with his children Eva, Amy, Annie, and Edwin and a general servant. [ref. 13,28ah,28aj,30,31,36]
          1. Alexander Hay TOD, b. ca. 1856 at sea off Rodrigues (an island in the Indian Ocean). In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. B.A. from Oxford University by 1881. In 1881, a schoolmaster, living at Sandy Lane, Godalming, Surrey. [ref. 13,36]
          2. Eva Susan Hanley(?) TOD, b. ca. 1859 at Malvern Wells, Worcestershire, b. reg. (unnamed) Q2 1859 at Upton on Severn R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1891, a daily governess, living with her father. [ref. 30,34,36]
          3. Amy Isabella TOD, b. ca. Oct 1860 at Cheltenham, b. reg. Q4 1860 at Cheltenham R.D., d. reg. Q3 1908 at Bristol R.D. In 1861, 1871, and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, no occupation, living with her father. [ref. 13,30,31,34,36]
          4. Annie Florence TOD, b. ca. 1862 at Chelsea, Middlesex, b. reg. Q1 1862 at Chelsea R.D. (Where in 1871?) In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a governess at the Royal School, Bath, living with her father. [ref. 13,30,34]
          5. Edwin M. TOD, b. ca. 1863 at Cheltenham. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, an art designer, "slightly deaf", living with his father. [ref. 13,30,31]
          6. Francis Hunter TOD, b. ca. 1865 at Cheltenham, b. reg. Q2 1865 at Cheltenham R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. [ref. 31,34]
          7. Louisa Monckton TOD, b. ca. 1868 at Cheltenham, b. reg. Q2 1868 at Cheltenham R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 13,31,34]
        2. Charlotte T. TOD, b. ca. 1826 in Madras. In 1841 and 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 36,53]
        3. Mary Bruère TOD, b. ca. 1828 in Madras, m. 18 Apr 1855 at St. Mary, Cheltenham, m. reg. Q2 1855 at Cheltenham R.D., her cousin William Cornwallis PHILLIPS. In 1851, living with her parents. Her marriage in 1855 was performed by her cousin Henry Bannerman BURNEY[ref. 28ag,34,54]
        4. George Boulderson TOD, b. ca. 1833, d. 14 Nov 1861 at Acherawak. In 1861, of the Madras Civil Service. [ref. 28ai]
        5. Annie B. TOD, b. ca. 1837 at Brighton, Sussex. In 1851, a boarding scholar at Painswick Lawn School, Cheltenham. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 36,54]
        6. Edward TOD, b. ca. 1841 at Edinburgh. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with his parents. [ref. 54]
      8. Augusta BANNERMAN, b. 1808 at Stanford Mill, Middlesex, chr. 9 Dec 1808 at St. Marylebone, m. James Graham Sadleir BRUÈRE (b. ca. 1807 at Leatherhead, Surrey, d. reg. Q3 1865 at Cuckfield R.D.). James was a student at Haileybury College, 1823-1825 (prize for drawing). He was in India, 1825 to 1854; Judge of Kudalur; retired with an annuity, 1854. In 1861, Augusta was living at 84 Lansdowne Place, Hove, Sussex, with her husband James (a gentleman, late M.C.S.E.I. [perhaps Madras Civil Service East Indies?]), their daughters Augusta, Alice, and Fanny, her great nephews William and Charles PHILLIPS, a lady's maid, a housemaid, a cook, and a footboy. In 1871, an annuitant, living at 93 Lansdowne Place, Brighton, with her daughter Bertha, visiting grandnieces Edith and Eliza PHILLIPS, visitors Caroline WOOD (b. ca. 1848 in Madras) and Henrietta WOOD (a scholar, b. ca. 1858 at Egham, Surrey), a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. [ref. 1,2j,28c,31,34,36,61]
        1. (probably) Graham BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1834 at Salem, East Indies. In 1851, a boarding scholar ("commoner") at Winchester College, Winchester, Hampshire. [ref. 54]
        2. Augusta Louisa BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1835 at Masulipatam, Madras, d. reg. Q1 1868 at Steyning R.D. In 1851, living with her (great?) aunt Sophia BOULTON (a fund holder, b. ca. 1778 at London) at Mickleham Street, Mickleham, Suffolk, together with her sisters Anna and Jessie. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 34,36,54]
        3. Annie Julia BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1839 at Brighton, d. reg. Q4 1865 at Worthing R.D. In 1851, living with her (great?) aunt Sophia BOULTON, together with her sisters Augusta and Jessie. In 1861, visiting her uncle James BANNERMAN. [ref. 34,36,54]
        4. Jessie Raikes BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1841 in the East Indies, d. reg. Q3 1859 at Christchurch R.D. In 1851, living with her (great?) aunt Sophia BOULTON, together with her sisters Augusta and Annie. [ref. 34,54]
        5. Alice Mary BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1844 at Salem, Madras, m. 13 Sep 1882 at All Saints, Clifton, m. reg. Q3 1882 at Clifton R.D., her cousin Arthur Chauncey PHILLIPS. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her cousin (and future brother-in-law) Alexander William PHILLIPS. In 1891, living with her husband Arthur. In 1901, living on her own means at 40 Bath Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, with a housemaid. [ref. 28c,29,30,31,34,36]
        6. Fanny Bertha M. BRUÈRE, b. ca. 1847 at Salem, Madras, m. reg. Q3 1874 at Clifton R.D., Charles Arthur H. MONTAGUE (b. ca. 1851 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her mother. In 1881, living at Stoberry Lodge, Clifton, Gloucestershire, with her husband Charles (a solicitor), their children Bertha, Charles, and John, a nurse, and a cook. In 1891, living at Hillside, Long Ashton, Somerset, with her husband Charles (a solicitor), their children Bertha, Charles, John, George, and Stewart, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1901, living at Hillside, Long Ashton, with her husband Charles (a solicitor), their children John, Bertha, George, and Stewart, Bertha's husband, Bertha's daughter Bertha, a cook, a housemaid, and a nurse. [ref. 13,29,30,31,34,36]
          1. Bertha Maria B. MONTAGUE, b. ca. 1876 at Clifton, b. reg. Q2 1876 at Clifton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1898 at Bedminster R.D., Wilfred BISDEE (b. ca. 1864 at Hutton, Somerset). In 1881 and 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living in the household of her parents with her husband Wilfred (a brewery manager) and daughter Bertha. In 1923, Wilfred was a brewery director. [ref. 13,29,30,34,59]
            1. Bertha Winifred BISDEE, b. ca. 1900 at Westbury on Trym, Somerset, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Barton Regis R.D., m. 14 Apr 1923 at Frenchay, Gloucestershire, John Oliver ANDREWS (son of John ANDREWS, d. by 1923, a brewer). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1923, a schoolmistress, of Conifers, Hambrook; John was a captain in the R.A.F., of Layfield, Sudbury, Middlesex. [ref. 29,34,59]
          2. Charles Graham B. MONTAGUE, b. ca. 1877 at Clifton, b. reg. Q4 1877 at Barton Regis R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 13,30,34]
          3. John Edward MONTAGUE, b. ca. 1879 at Clifton, b. reg. Q4 1879 at Barton Regis R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a civil engineer, living with his parents. [ref. 13,29,30,34]
          4. George Albert B. MONTAGUE, b. ca. 1881 at Long Ashton, b. reg. Q4 1881 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q2 1902 at Kendal R.D., Martha Elizabeth DOBSON or Gertrude Mary K. SHEPPARD. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a solicitor's articled clerk, living with his parents. [ref. 29,30,34]
          5. Stewart Francis MONTAGUE, b. ca. 1883 at Clifton, b. reg. Q3 1883 at Barton Regis R.D., m. reg. Q1 1909 at Woolwich R.D., Annie Elizabeth LETH_M or Adèle MARTEL. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a second lieutenant in the Devon Artillery Militia, living with his parents. [ref. 29,30,34]
  4. Anne BANNERMAN, b. 31 Dec 1714, chr. 2 Jan 1715, d. 15 Jun 1723 "of an illiack passion". [ref. 14]
  5. Peter or Patrick BANNERMAN, b. 26 Apr 1716, chr. 29 Apr 1716, minister of St. Madoes (1741-1746), Kinnoul (1746-1760), and Saltoun (1760-1790), m. 29 Jun 1742 at Abercorn, West Lothian, Beatrix (ref. 14) or Elizabeth (ref. 9) or Betty (ref. 2t) GOLDIE (d. 21 Mar 1792), d. 31 Dec 1790 aged 74. Ref. 14 says he died without issue, but ref. 9 names a son as shown below; perhaps this means the son predeceased him, and he died without surviving issue. (See Fasti.) [ref. 2t,9,11,14]
    1. Patrick BANNERMAN, merchant in Dunbar[ref. 9]
  6. Elizabeth BANNERMAN, b. 26 Feb 1718, chr. 27 Feb 1718, m. 1748 Archibald STEVENSON (her cousin, and her brother Patrick's successor as minister of St. Madoes), d. May 1809 at Perth "having survived all her family". Elizabeth's disposition, assignation, and inventory were filed 11 Dec 1809 at St. Andrews Commissary Court. [ref. 11,14,35]
    1. James STEVENSON, chr. 24 Dec 1750 at St. Madoes. [ref. 2x]
    2. Archibald STEVENSON, b. 22 Jul 1853, chr. 26 Jul 1753 at St. Madoes. [ref. 2x]
  7. Margrat BANNERMAN, b. 27 Jul 1720, chr. 30 Jul 1720, d. unm. [ref. 14]
  8. Jean BANNERMAN, b. 11 Dec 1721, d. unm. 1751. [ref. 14]

Other Bannermans Possibly Related

James BANNERMAN, Free Church minister of Inverkip, Renfrewshire, b. 1860 at Burrelton, Perthshire, m. 1885 Agnes Dewar HILL. (See Fasti.) [ref. 10]

James BANNERMAN, minister of Meathie (1599-1600), Logierait (1600-1604), and Caputh (1604-?) (See Fasti.) [ref. 9]

John BANNERMAN, minister of Kirknewton (1689). (See Fasti.) [ref. 9]

Robert BANNERMAN, minister of Newton (1681-1689), brother of Sir Alexander BANNERMAN of Elsick, m. Margaret CARSE (d. 30 Apr 1725, daughter of Sir Mark CARSE of Cockpen), d. 24 Jan 1719 aged 62. (See Fasti.) [ref. 9]

  1. Robert BANNERMAN, merchant in Edinburgh and London. [ref. 9]
  2. John BANNERMAN. [ref. 9]
  3. William BANNERMAN. [ref. 9]
  4. Mark BANNERMAN. [ref. 9]
Alexander BANNERMAN was surgeon's mate on the East India Company ship Winterton, which was wrecked off Madagascar in Aug 1792. He survived the wreck and died on Madagascar, probably in Dec 1792 or early 1793. [ref. 39]

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    2. Marriages, 13 Oct 1898
    3. Marriages, 16 Sep 1882
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    6. Marriages, 10 Dec 1842
    7. Deaths, 27 May 1898
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    9. Obituaries, 24 Dec 1906
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    12. Births, 17 Jun 1836
    13. Marriages, 13 Jul 1866
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    15. Marriages, 15 Aug 1910
    16. Deaths, 21 Dec 1954
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