The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84
Clare, Earl of. (Fitz-Gibbon.) See "Peerages Extinct." — Daughters Living of Third Earl
Clare, Earl of. (Fitz-Gibbon.) See "Peerages Extinct."
Daughters Living of Third Earl.
Lady Florence, C.I. (Countess of' Kimberley); b. 1825: m. 1847. the 1st Earl of Kimberley. Residences,—Kimberley House, Wymondham, Norfolk; Witton Hail, Norwich; 35, Lowndes Square, S.W.
Lady Louisa Isabella Georgiana, b. 1826: m. 1st, 1847, the Hon Gerald Norman by Fitz-Gibbon, who d. 1880, son of 13th Viscount Dillon; 2ndly, 1882, Gen. Carmelo Ascenso Spadafora, Marchese della Rocella, 2nd son of the Duke of Santa Rosalia. Residence,—Palermo, Sicily.
Lady Elinor Sophia Diana, b. 1835: m. 1st, 1850, Francis William Henry Cavendish, Esq see D Devonshire, colls.] (divorced 1866); 2ndly, 1872, Mons. Victor Jules Paul Pellet. Residence,—
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Acland, Creation 1677, with precedency from 1644, of Columb-John, Devon.
Right Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland P. C., M.P; D.C.L., IIth Baronet; b. May 25th, 1809; s. his father, Sir Thomas Dyke, 1871; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1st class Classics and Math. 1831, M.A. and Fellow of All Souls' 183—, Hon. D.C.L. 1858); is a D.L. and a J.P. for Devon, a J.P. for Somerset, and Hon. Col. 3rd Vol. Batn. Devonshire Regt.;, formerly Major 1st Devon Yeo. Cav.; was 2nd Church Estates Commr. 1869-74; sat as M.P. for W. Somerset 1837-47; unsuccessfully contested Birmingham 1859; has represented N. Devon (Z) since 1865 : m. 1st, 1841, Mary, who d. 1851, da. of Sir Charles Mordaunt, 9th Baronet; 2ndly, 1856, Mary, da. of the late John Erskine, Esq., brother of 2nd Earl of Rosslyn, and has issue by 1st marriage.
Patron of Eight Libings—Budehaven V., Cornwall; Broadclyst V., Loxbear R., St. George's Nympton R., Romansleigh R., and High Bray R., Devon; Selworthy R., and Luccombe R., Somerset.
Arms—Cheeky argent and sable, a fesso gules.
Crest—A man's hand couped at the wrist in a glove lying fessewise, thereon a falcon perched all proper.
Seats—Killerton, Exeter; Holnicote, Taunton.
Clubs—Athenæum, National Liberal, Farmers'.
Sons living—Charles Thomas Dyke, M.P., b. July 16th, 1842, ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch.. Oxford (M.A. 1868); Bar. Inner Temple 1869; is a J.P. for Devon, Somerset, and Cornwali, a D.L. for Somerset, a Dep. Warden of the Stanneries, and Major 1st Devon Yeo. Cav.; unsuccessfully contested W. Somerset (L) 1880; has sat as M.P. for E. Cornwall (L.) since 1882 a: m. 1879, Gertrude, da. of Sir John Walrond, 1st barouet Residences, Sprydoncote, Exeter; 17, Hobart Place, S.W. Clubs, Brooks's, Athenæum, Farmers', Smithfield, Cobden.—Arthur Herbert Dyke, b. 1847; ed. at Rugby, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; was Principal of Oxford Military Coll., Cowley, 1875-7; is Senior Bursar at Balliol Coll., and Steward of Ch. Ch., Oxford : m. 1873, Alice' Sophia, el. da. of the Rev. Francis Macaulay Cunningham Poore, Bart.], R. of Brightwell, Wallingford, and has issue living, Francis Dyke, b. 1874., Residence, Fyfield Road, Oxford.
Daughters living—Mary Lydia : m. 1872, the Rev. Richard Hart Hart-Davis, V. of Dunsden, and has issue living, Hugh Vaughan (twin), b. 1883,—Katharine Lucy,—Mary,—Dorothy,—Agoes Cicely,—Stella Frances,—Helen Verena (twin),—Sylvia Charity. Residence, Dunsden Vicarage, Reading. Agnes Henrietta; m 1885, Frederick Henry Anson, Esq. [see B. Vernon.]
Brothers living—sir Henry Wentworth Dyke, K.C.B., M.D., L.L.D.,D.C.L., F.R.C., b. 1815: ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. and fellow of all Souls' 1840, M.D. 1848, Hon. LL.D of camb. and Edinburgh, D.C.L. Durham, Hon. M.D. cf Trin. Call., Dublin); is Hon. Physician to Prince of Wales, Regius Professor of Medicine, Radciiffe Librarian and Hon. Student of Ch. Ch., Oxford, Hon. Member of Medical and Philosophical Societies in Philadelphia, Christiania, and Athens, K.C.R. in Empire of Brazil, Pres, of Medical Council of United Kingdom, and a member of Royal Sanitary Commn.; was Lee's Reader of Anatomy 1845-54: m 1846, Sarah, who d. 1878, da. of the late William Cotton, Esq., D.C.L., F.R.S., of Leytonstone, Essex, and lias issue living, William.; Alison Dyke, R.N., b. 1847, became Capt. 1885; was officially attached to Chilian Army in Chilian- Poruvian war 1877; is Commr. for the Pacific Islands,—Henry Dyke (of Stamford), b. 1850; ed. at Rugby; is Manager of Stamford and Rutland Bank: m. 1878, Margaret Hichens, el. da. of the late John Jope Rogers, Esq., of Penrose, Helston,—Theodore Dyke (of 70A, Grosvenor Street, W., and 79, Lambeth Palace Road, S.E., Club, Savile), b. 1851 : ed. at Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1876, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1883)- M.R.C.S. Eng. 1880, M.R.C.P. Eng. 1883; was principal Med. Officer of Egyptian Army during cholera epidemic, 1883 (thanked by Khedive and 4th class Medjidie); is Demonstrator of Physiology, St. Thomas' Hospital, and Assist. Physician, Brompton Hospital,—Reginald Brodie Dyke (of 25, Vincent Square, S.W., and 9, Kings Bench. Walk, E.C., Club, United University), b. 1856; ed. at Winchester, and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1878, M.A. 1883); Bar. Inner Temple 1881: m. 1885, Helen Emma, da. of the Rev. Thomas Fox, R. of Abbas Combe, Wincanton. Somerset,—Francis Edward Dyke, b. 1857; is Capt. and and Assist. Sup. of Experiments at School of Gunnery; served with Sir Evelyn Wood in Natal 1831 : m. 1885, Marion Sarah, da. of the Rt. Rev. William Kenneth Macrorie, D.D., Bishop of Maritzburg,—Alfred Dyke, b. 1858 : m. 1885, Beatrice Danvers, da. of the Rt. Hon. William Henry Smith, M.P., of Greenlands, Henley-on- Thames—Sarah Angelina. Residence, Oxford. Club, Athenæum.—Rev. Peter Leopold Dyke, b. 1819; is V. of Broadclyst, and Preb. of Exeter: m. 1st, 1845, Julia, who d. 1851, da. of the late Rev. Benjamin Barker, R. of Shipdham; 2ndly, 1872, Julie da. of Herr Philip Wappner, of Dusseldorf, and has issue living, by 1st marriage, Thomas of Cnrist- church, New Zealand), b. 1846; ed. at Rugby : m. 1874, Flora Margaret, da. of Robert waitt, Esq., of Christchurch, New Zealand, and has issue living, Leopold George Dyke, b. 1876,—Benjamin Dyke, R.N., b. 1849; became Lieut. 1868 : m. 1881, Clare, da. of the late Edward Cay, Esq., of Melbourne Australia and has issue living Baldwin John' Dyke, b. 1883, Hubert Edward Peter Dyke, b. 1884,—Rev. Henry Dyke (R. of Nympton St. George, South Molton), b. 1850; ed. at Marlborough, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1876) : m. 1878 Adelaide Clemen tina Hart, Da. of the late Richard vaughan Davis, Esq., and has issue living, Edward Leopold Dyke, b. 1878, John Henry Dyke, b. 1880, Richard Dyke b. 1881, Katharine Annie Adelaide Mary. Residence, Broadclyst Vicarage, Exeter.—John Barton Arundel, b. 1823; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. 1849); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1849 : is a M.L.C. of New Zealand : m. 1860, Emily Weddell, da. of the Most Rev. Henry John Chitty Harper, D.D., Bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand, and has issue living, John Dyke b. 1863,—Henry Dyke, b. 1867,—Hugh Thomas Dyke. b. 1874.—Agnes Dyke,—Mary Emily Dyke,—Harriet Dyke,—Lucy Alice Dyke,—Elizabeth Dyke,—Emily Rose Dyke,—Dorothy. Residence, Holnicote, Mount Peel, Canterbury, New Zealand.
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Sister living—Agnes Lucy: m. 1848, Arthur Mills, Esq. (late M.P.), and has issue living, Rev. Barton Reginald Vaughan, b. 1857,—Dudley Acland, b. 1859; is Lieut. R.E. Residences, Efford Down, Budehaven, Cornwall : 34, Hyde Park Gardens, W.
Collateral Branches living.
Issue of the late Arthur Henry Dyke Trovte, Esq., 2nd son of 10th baronet, b. 1811, d. 1857 : m. 1835, Frances, who d. 1856, da. of Robert Williams, Esq., of Bride-head :—
Charles Arthur Williams Troyte, b. 1842; ed. at Trin. Hall, Camb.;is a J.P. and D.L. for Devon (High Sheriff 1881), Hon. Major 1st Devon Yeo. Cav., and Lieut.-Col. 3rd Vol. Batn. Devonshire Regt. : m. 1864, Katherine Mary, da. of Sir Johr Walrond Walrond, 1st baronet, and has issue living, Hugh Leonard, b. 1870,—Gilbert John, b. 1876.—Herbert Walter, b. 1832.—Frances Lucy,—Cicely Mary. Residence, Huntsham Court. Bampton, Devon. Clubs. Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge.—John Edward Acland-Troyte, b. 1848; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. 1875); is Capt. Essex Regt., and Staff Capt. London Recruiting Dist. : tn. 1882, Norah Letitia Nugent, da. of the late Henry Hyde Nugent Bankes, Esq., and has issue living, Henry Vivian, b. 1883. Residence, 2, Chester Street, Belgrave Square, S.W.—Rev. Reginald Henry Dyke ACI.AND. TROYTE, b. 1851; cd. at Oxford Univ. (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1875); is V. of All Saints', Winterbourn, Devon : m. 1879, Charlotte Eliza, da. of George Price, Esq., formerly of Worthy Park, Jamaica [see Price, Bart.]. Residence, All Saints' Vicarage, Winterbourn Down, Bristol.—Frances Lydia Dyke : m. 1863. the Rev. Charles Sandford Bere, and has issue living, Montagu Acland, b. 1866,—Frances Ada. Residence, Morebath Vicarage, Tiverton.—Harriet Dyke: m. 1863, George Griffith, Esq., and has issue living, Arthur Troyte, b. 1864,—Charls Leopold Troyte, b. 1872,—Edward Nevill Troyte, b. 1873,—Harbert Troyte, b. 1864,—Jhon Troyte, b. 1876,—Frances Harriet,—Sarah Lucy Troyte,—Ethel Dorothea,—Gertrude Lydia Troyte,—Lilian Joan Dyke. Residence, Peterborough Road, Harrow.—Angelina Anne Dyke : m. 1865, the Rev. James Dunn, and has issue living, Charles Arthur, b. 1867,—Stephen Troyte, b. 1868,—William Acland, b. 1877,—Robert Louis Acland, b. 1882,—Mary Acland,—Joanna Dorothea Dyke,—Frances Cecilia Troyte. Residence. St. John the Baptist's Vicarage, Bath. Mary Dyke : m. 1864, the Rev. Walter Hook, and has issue living, Walter Acland, b. 1867,—Arthur James, b. 1877,—Mary,—Lucy Augusta,—Anna Delicia,—Agnes Joanna,—Katherine Frances. Residence, Porlock Rectory, Somerset.—Joanna Dorothea Dyke : m. 1864, Leonard Harper, Esq., Bar. Middle Temple, son of the Most Rev. H. J. C. Harper, D. D. (see ante), and has issue living, Arthur Paul, b. 1865,—Charles Coleridge, b. 1866,—Leonard Llewellyn, b. 1868, :Henry Theodore Acland, b. 1871,—John Ernest Troyte, b. 1874,—Reginald Tristram, b. 1876,—Clara Agnes Acland,—Joanna Dorothy Acland,—Joan Acland. Residence, Ilam, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Grandchildren of the late Hugh Dyke Acland, Esq., 2nd son of 9th baronet :—
Issue of the late Hugh Woodhouse Acland, Esq., b. 1818, d. 1851 : m. 1841, Mary, da. of Job Edwards, Esq. :—
John Woodhouse, b. 1849; formerly in 57th Regt. : m. 1875. Anne Waddell, da. of the late Col. H. P. Hughes (Bengal Artillery). Residence, 11, Durham Terrace, Westbourne Park, W.
John, son of Arthur Acland, Esq., 2nd son of 6th baronet, was created a Baronet, and assumed the additional surname of Palmer (see Fuller-Palmer-Acland, Bart.].
The 1st baronet, Sir John Acland, in the service of Charles I., impaired his fortune by raising and supporting a troop to garrison his house at Columb-John. He was created a baronet, but in the confusion of the civil war the letters patent were destroyed, and on the fall of the royal party he was fined £1,800. After the Restoration, new letters patent were granted, but not till the year 1677, on account of a long minority in the family, in consideration of which the patent specially granted precedency from 1644. The 10th baronet sat as M.P. for Devon 1812-37, and for N. Devon (C) 1837-52.
Fuller-Palmer-Acland, Creation 1818, of Fairfield, Somerset. [Extinct 1871.]
Sir Peregrine Palmer Fuller-Palmer-Acland, 2nd Baronet.
Daughter living of 2nd Baronet—Isabella Harriet (Lady Fuller-A cland-Hood): m. 1849, Sir Alexander Bateman Periam Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd baronet. Residence, St. Audries, Bridgwater.