The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84
Collateral Branches Living
Collateral Branches Living.
Issue of the late Right Hon. Lord Granville Charles Henry Somerset, M.P., 2nd son of 6th Duke, b. 1792, d. 1848 m. 1822, the Hon. Emily Carington, who d. 1869, dau. of 1st Baron Carrington :—
Leveson Eliot Henry, R.N., b. 1829; became Vice Adm. 1884; served in Baltic during Russian War 1854-5 (medal); was a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. 1876-8: m. 1872, Efah, dau. of Col. the Hon. Richard Thomas Rowley, son of 1st Baron Langford. Residence,—44, Curzon Street, W.
Clubs,—Carlton, United Service.—Raglan George Henry, b. 1831; is a Gentleman Usher to H.M. Residence,—2, Morpeth Terrace, S.W. Clubs,—Travellers', Carlton.—Emily Catherine Ann, b. 1826 : m. 1859, Henry Ayshford Sanford, Esq., formerly Col. 3rd Batn. Oxfordshire L.I., and Capt. 43rd Regt. Residence,—29, Chester Street, S.W.——Constance Henrietta Sophia Louisa, b. 1827 : m. 1857, Rowland Smith, Esq., and has issue living, Granville Rowland Francis, b. 1860,—Constance Eugenia,—Constance Emily. Residences,—Duffield Hall, Derby; 131, Queen's Gate, S.W.
Grandchildren of the late Gen. Lord diaries Henry Somerset, M.P., 2nd son of 5th Duke :—
Issue of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Somerset, K.C.B., b. 1794, d. 1862 : m. 1817, Frances Sarah, dau. of Adm. Sir Henry Heathcotc [Heathcote, Bart.] :—
Henry George Edward, b. 1829; entered Army 1848, became Hon. Col. on retired list 1882; formerly of 3rd Buffs: served in Kaffir Wars 1847 and 1850-2 (medal) : m. 1853, Harriet Lade, dau. of Major Coast (formerly of 52nd Regt.), and has issue living, Henry Calthorpe, b. 1856; is Capt. 2nd Batn. The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.): served in Zulu War 1879 (medal with clasp),—Charles Wyndham, b. 1862; is Lieut. 2nd Batn. Royal Sussex Regt.,—Frances Constance.—FitzRoy Maclean Henry, b. 1839 : m. 18—, and has issue living.—Louisa, b. 1824: m. 1844, Major-Gen. Montagu Cholmeley Jonnstone, who d. 1874 [see Johnstone, Bart., colls.].—Augusta, b. 1833.—Maria Caroline, b. 1835: m. 1857, Henry Edward Leeke, Esq., and has issue living, Henry Somerset, b. 1859 : m. 1881,—Alan FitzRoy Walter Henry, b. 1863,—Maria Augusta Frances. Residence,—Copnor Farm, Portsmouth.—Frances Augusta Rose Blanche,b. 1837.—Mary Matilda Gertrude, b. 1841.
Issue of the late Rev. Villiers Henry Plantagenet Somerset, b. 1803, d. 1855 : m. 1844, Frances Dorothy, who d. 1885, dau. of John Henry Ley, Esq., of Trehill, co. Devon :—
Rev. Henry Plantagenet, b. 1845; ed. at Queen's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872); is V. of Raglan : m. 1881, Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Rose Wynter, and has issue living, Richard Henry Plantagenet, b. 1882,—Charles Henry Plantagenet, b. 1884,—Charlotte Rose Mary, b. 1883. Residence,—Kaglan Vicarage, Monmouth.—John Henry William, b. 1848; is a Clerk in House of Commons.—Frances Dorothea Charlotte, b. 1846 Mary Isabella Frances, b. 1849.
"Debrett" is the only volume that published the Services, Residences and Clubs of Younger Sons of Peers, or that gives the Names of the Children of Married Daughters and Sisters of Peers.
Grandchildren of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Somerset (ante):—
Issue of the late Col. Charles Henry Somerset, C.B., b. 1819, d—1863; m. 1848 Christiana Emma, who d. 1863, dau. of R. W. Thompson, Esq. :—
William Henry, R.N., b. 1849; became Lieut. 1874.—Henry Plantagenet, b. 1852; ed at Wellington Coll.; formerly Ensign 52nd Regt.; is a Squatter and Gen. Manager for the Australian Meat Co., Ramornie Station: m. 1879, Katherine Rose, dau. of David Cannon M' Connel, Esq., of Cressbrook, Queensland, and has issue living, Mary Georgiana, b. 1880,—Joan, b. 1881,—Christiana, A. 1884. Residence,—Ramornie, Clarence River, New South Wales.—Charles Fitzroy Maclean, R.N., b. 1854; became Lieut. 1879.—Georgiana Frances Emma, A. 1853; is a "Sister" of All Saints, Margaret Street, W. Residence,—St. George's Home Cape Town.
Issue of the late Gen. Lord Robert Edward Henry Somerset, G.C.B., 4th son of 5th Duke, b. 1776, d. 1842: m. 1805, Louisa Augusta, who d. 1823, dau. of 2nd Viscount Courtenay [E. Devon] :—
Edward Arthur, C. B; b. 1817; entered Army 1836, became Lieut.-Gen. 1877, and retired Gen. 1883; was Acting Gov. of Gibraltar 1875-6, and in 1878; is Col. 1st Batn. King's Roy. Rifle Corps and a J.P. for Monmouth; served in Kaffir War 1852-3 (medal), and in Crimean Campaiga 1854-5 (medal with four clasps, Turkish medal, Legion of Honour, and 5th class Medjidie); sat as M.P. for W. Gloucester (C) 1867.9 : m. 1849, Agatha, dau. of Sir William Miles, 1st Bart, and has issue living, Edward William Henry, b. 1866,—Agatha Georgiana, b. 1850 : m. 1879, Capt. Charles Arthur B. Knyvett-Leighton, 1st Batn. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers [see Leighton, Bait.],—Ada Frances, b. 1861,—Maude Catherine, b. 1862,—Lilian, A. 1864,—Blanche Louisa, b. 1868,—Muriel, b. 1870,—Hilda, b. 1872. Residence,—Troy House, Monmouth. Club,—Carlton.—Louisa Isabella, b. 1807.—Frances Caroline, b. 1808 : m. 1840, Theophilus Clive, Esq., who d. 1875, and has issue living, Henry Somerset, A. 1841; is Major R.E. : m. 1st, 1862, Alda Blanche Thomas, who d. 18—: 2ndly, 1879, Ellen Lizzie, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. H. W. Lugard.—Matilda Elizabeth, b. 1815 : m. 1842, Horace Marryat, Esq., and has issue living, Ida Horatia Charlotte : m. 1863, Gustaf Frederick, Count Blonde, of Sweden. Georgiana Emily (Hon. Mrs. Robert Lawley), b. 1819 : m. 1852, the Hon. Robert Neville Lawley, son of 1st Baron Wenlock. Residence,—Grandchildren of the late Lord Arthur John Henry Somerset, 5th son of 5th Duke:—
Issue of the late Rev. George Henry Somerset, b. 1809, d. 1882 : m. 1835, Phillida Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William Pratt Call, 2nd Bart. :—
FitzRoy, b. 1851.—Anne, A. 1837.—Frances Elizabeth, b. 1838.—Elizabeth Anne, b. 1846;m. 1873, George Airey Talbot Stapleton, Esq. [see Stapleton, Bart.] Residence,—4, Sumner Terrace, S.W.—Alice Catharine, b. 1850.—Rose, b. 185—.
Issue of the late Arthur Edward Somerset, Esq., b. 1813, d. 1853: m. 1850, the Hon. Frances Boscawen, who d. 1882, sister of 6th Viscount Falmouth:—
Edith, b. 1851 : m. 1885, Bertram Savile Ogle, Esq. Residence,—Steeple Aston, Oxford.—Florence, b. 1852: m. 1879, John Henry Oglander Glynn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and has issue living, Denys, b. 1883,—Joan, b. 1884. Residence,—12, Onslow Crescent, S.W.
Issue of the late Rev. Lord William George Henry Somerset, 6th son of 5thDuk, b. 1784, d. 1851 : m. 1st, 1813, Elizabeth, who d. 1843, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Molyneux, 5th Bart.; 2ndly, 1844, Frances Westby, who d. 1851, widow of C. O'Callaghan, Esq., and dau. of Henry Brady, Esq. :—
"Debrett" is the only volume that publishes the Services, Residences and Clubs of Collateral Branches of Poors, or that furnishes the Residences of Female Collaterals, and the Names of the Children of Female Collaterals who are descended in the male line.
Grandchildren of Col. Henry Charles Capel Somerset (ante) :—
Issue of the late FitzRoy William Henry Somerset, Esq., b. 1845, d. 1877 : m. 1869, Anna Martha, dau. of Capt. William Geary, R.N. :—
Henry Charles FitzRoy, b. 1870. Raglan, b. 1872. Elizabeth Alice, b. 1874. Helen Susan, b. 1876.
Issue of the late Col. Lord John Thomas Henry Somerset, 7th son of 5th Duke, b. 1787, d. 1846: m. 1814, Lady Catherine Annesley, who d. 1865, dau. of 1st Earl of Mountnorris (ext.) :—
Alfred Plantagenet Frederick Charles, b. 1829: is J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, Westminster, and Essex, and Hon. Col. and Lieut.-Col. Comdt. 7th Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own); m. 1857, Adelaide Harriet, dau. of Vice-Adm. Sir George Brooke-Pcchell, 4th Bart., M.P., and has issue living, Gwendolin Adelaide Katherine Georgiana Matilda, b. 1865. Residences,—Enfield Court, Middlesex; Castle Goring, Worthing. Club,—Army and Navy.
Field-Marshal Lord FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, G.C.B., 8th son of 5th Duke, was created Baron Raglan [see B. Raglan].
Predecessors.— Sir Charles Somerset, K.G., natural son of Henry Beaufort, 3rd Duke of Somerset, who was 3rd in descent from John of Gaunt and Catherine Swynford; Sir Charles was summoned to Parliament in right of his wife, as Lord Herbert (peerage of England, cr. 1461); cr. Baron Herbert of Raglan, Chepstow and Gower (peerage of England) 1506, and Eurl of Worcester (peerage of England) 1513; appointed Lord Chamberlain for life; d. 1526; s. by his el. son  Henry, 2nd Earl; d. 1549; s. by his el. son  William, K.G., 3rd Earl; d. 1589; s. by his son  Edward, K.G., 4th Earl; was Master of the Horse 1601-15; his 3rd son, cr. Viscount Somerset, was Master of the Horse to Queen Anne, consort of James H.; the Earl d. 1628; s. by his el. son  Henry, 5th Earl; a devoted royalist; garrisoned Raglan Castle, and at his own expense held it for nearly four years against the Parliamentary forces; cr. Marquess of Worcester (peerage of England) 1642; d. 1646; s. by his el. son  Edward, 2nd Marquess; a zealous partisan of Charles I., who addressed him as Earl of Glamorgan before he s. as Marquess, granted him exceptional concessions, and entrusted him with blank patents under the great seal for creating titles from Bart, to Marquess, a privilege he resigned in 1660; d. 1667; s. by his son  Henry, K.G., P.C., 3rd Marquess; Lord Pres, of Wales; cr. Duke of Beaufort (peerage of England) 1682; on the accession of William and Mary he refused to take the oath of allegiance and afterwards lived in retirement; d. 1699; s. by his grandson  Henry, K.G., 2nd Duke; d. 1714; s. by his el. son  Henry, K.G.. 3rd Duke; d. 1746; s. by his brother  Charles Noel, 4th Duke; m. Elizabeth, sister of 4th Baron Botetourt [see infra]; d. 1756; s. by his son  Henry, K.G., 5th Duke; was Master of the Horse to Queen Charlotte 1768-80; s. as Buron Botetourt [see infra]: d. 1803; s. by his el. son  Henry Charls, K.G., 6th Duke, Lord Lieut, of cos. Gloucester, Monmouth, and Brecon; d. 1835; s. by his el. son  Henry, K.G., 7th Duke; b. 1792; served with distinction in Peninsula War: m. 1st, 1814, Georgiana Frederica, who d. 1821, dau. of the Hon. Henry FitzRoy [B. Southampton]; 2ndly, 1822, Emily Frances, dau. of Culling Charles Smith, Esq.; d. 1853; s. by his son  Henry, 8th Duke and present peer.
 John de Botetourt, an eminent military commander, took a leading part in the Scottish Wars of Edward I.; was entrusted with the government of the strongest castles, the command of the Fleet, and other duties of the highest importance; summoned to Parliament of England as Baron Botetourt 1305-24; d. 1324; s. by his grandson  John, 2nd Baron; was constantly engaged in the French Wars of Edward III.; summoned to Parliament 1342-85; his son John predeceased him, leaving one dau. Joyce (infra); the Baron d. 1385, leaving three surviving daus.; s. by his grand-dau.  Joyce (ante), wife of Sir Hugh Burnell, Knt.; d. 1406, when the barony became abeyant between her three aunts (ante), and the abeyance continued until 1764, when it was terminated in favour of  Norborne Berkeley, 4th Baron, as the descendant of Katherine (youngest dau. of 2nd Baron) by her marriage with Maurice de Berkeley, of Stoke Gifford, co. Gloucester; the Baron d.s.p. 1776, when the barony again became abeyant and continued so until 1803, when the abeyance was terminated in favour of his nephew  Henry, 5th Duke of Beaufort (ante), son of Elizabeth, only sister and sole heiress of 4th Baron.
Beauchamp, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Hertford.
Beauclerk, family name of Duke of St. Albans.
Bective, Earl of, M.P., son of Marque's of Headfort
Bentinek, Count, see " Foreign Titles of Nobility."