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51 Adm. pens. (age 19) at CHRIST'S, June 26, 1785. 3rd s. of Sir Edward, Bart., of Melton Constable, Norfolk. B. there Jan. 5, 1767. [School, Westminster.] Scholar, 1785; matric. Easter, 1786; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 1785. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 21, 1791; priest, Sept. 25, 1791; R. of Little Snoring, Norfolk, 1791. R. of East Barsham, 1791-1854. R. of Bintree with Themelthorpe, 1799-1804. R. of Foulsham, 1803-33. As Worts Travelling Bachelor, visited Italy and Holland. Married Sarah, dau. of Samuel Pitman, Esq., of Exeter, Feb. 20, 1798. Author, Letters. Died Aug. 14, 1854. Brother of Bernard (1783) and father of Henry (1824). (Peile, II. 321; Record of Old Westminsters.) Astley, Reverend Henry Nicholas (I30143)
 
52 Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY, June 7, 1844. S. and h. of Evan (above). B. Aug. 27, 1824, at Goldington, Beds. School, Cheam, Surrey (Dr Mayo). Matric. Michs. 1844. Married Lady Frances Anna Bruce, dau. of Thomas, Earl of Elgin, Feb. 15, 1855. Died v.p. Nov. 9, 1874. Brother of William M. (1846) and father of Albert V. (1883). (Burke, P. and B., sub Burton.) Baillie, Evan Peter Montagu of Dochfour (I19278)
 
53 Adm. pens. (age 20) at CAIUS Dec. 12 1819. 5th s. of Sir William Bart. of Harleyford near Marlow Bucks. B. there Oct. 11 1799. School Eton. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Bristol) Aug. 28 1825; priest (Salisbury) Feb. 26 1826. R. of Garveston Norfolk 1828-45. Married Georgina Elizabeth dau. of Charles Talbot Dean of Salisbury Sept. 4 1828. Purchased Combe Bank Sevenoaks in 1846. Died Feb. 2 1871 at Maidenhead. Brother of East G. (1812) and Rice R. (1816). (Venn II. 174.) Clayton, Reverend Augustus Philip (I16334)
 
54 Adm. pens. (age 20) at MAGDALENE, July 28, 1881. S. and h. of Montagu Peregrine, Earl of Lindsey, of Uffington House, Stamford. B. Sept. 3, 1861. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881. Styled Lord Bertie, 1877-99. Late Capt., 4th Batt. Lancs. Regt. A.D.C. to Lord Carrington, Governor of New South Wales, Australia, 1885-8. Succeeded his father as 12th Earl of Lindsey, Jan. 29, 1899. J.P. and D.L. for Lincs. Married and had issue. Died s.p.m. Jan. 2, 1938, aged 76, in London. (Burke, P. and B., ed. 1937, sub Lindsey; The Times, Jan. 3, 1938.) Bertie, Montagu Peregrine Albemarle 12th Earl of Lindsey (I10886)
 
55 Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, Oct. 9, 1866. [2nd] s. of John David Donohoe [later Baron Fitzgerald]. B. Jan. 20, 1848, in Dublin. Schools, Oscott and King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1866; LL.B. (Law Trip., 1st Class) 1870; LL.M. 1873. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 2, 1866. Called to the Bar, June 6, 1872. On the South Eastern Circuit. Practised with great success at the Parliamentary Bar. K.C., 1896; Bencher, 1906. Member of Advisory Committee on Trading with the Enemy, 1916-18. One of the editors of Momus, and in later years contributed to the D.N.B. Legally took an important part in the acquisition of the undertakings of the London Water Companies for the Metropolitan Water Board and in the formation of the Port of London Authority. Retired, 1915. Died May 11, 1918, in London. Brother of David (1866). (Christ's Coll. Notes; Burke, P. and B.; Peile, II. 598; Who was Who, 1916-28; Scott, MSS.; Law Lists; The Times, May 13, 1918.) FitzGerald, John Donohoe (I30166)
 
56 Adm. pens. at CORPUS CHRISTI, Oct. 1, 1878. Of Middlesex. [3rd s. of George Septimus, Assistant Controller at the Exchequer. B. June 8, 1858, at 13, Upper Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London. School, Felsted.] Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1888. Assistant Master at Loretto School, Edinburgh, 1882-92. Joint Head Master, Routenburn preparatory school, Largs, Ayrshire, 1892-1901. Head Master of Wells House School, Malvern Wells, 1903-29. Died at Ledbury, Mar. 22, 1929. Brother of Richard R. (next). (Al. Felsted; Scott, MSS.; Burke, P. and B.; Schoolmasters' Directories; The Times, Mar. 25, 1929.) Frederick, Ernest Prescott (I3821)
 
57 Adm. pens. at JESUS, Apr. 16, 1814. Of Essex. [3rd s. of Sir Thomas Barrett (1819), of Bell House [Belhus], 1st Bart. B. June 26, 1796. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1814. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, Feb. 8, 1822. Of 1, Fig-Tree Court. Married (1) Nov. 7, 1820, Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Prideaux, of Hexworthy, Cornwall, and had issue; (2) Mar. 18, 1868, Elizabeth, widow of Col. Beaumont and dau. of Robert A. Silvera. Died Mar. 4, 1870. Brother of Charles B. (1820), etc. Barrett-Lennard, George (I30164)
 
58 Adm. pens. at PETERHOUSE, July 4, 1846; Fell.-Com. Nov. 9, 1846. S. of Thomas Barrett (above), M.P. for Maldon. B. Dec. 29, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Bart., 1857. J.P. and D.L. for Essex. D.L. for Monaghan. High Sheriff of Essex; of Monaghan, 1866. Married, Jan. 18, 1853, Emma, dau. of the Rev. Sir John Page Wood, 2nd Bart. Died Jan. 17, 1919. Father of Richard F. B. (1881); brother of Dacre B. (1848), etc. (T. A. Walker, 489; Burke, P. and B., which gives ‘died Jan. 16’; Who was Who, 1916-28.) Barrett-Lennard, Sir Thomas 2nd Bt. (I30176)
 
59 Adm. pens. at ST CATHARINE'S, June 27, 1795. [Eldest] s. of John Orfeur (and Mary, dau. of Henry Aglionby, of Nunnery). B. May 12, 1777, at Skirwith Abbey, Kirkland, Cumberland. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 1799. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 7, 1799. M.P. for Cumberland (Eastern Division) 1837-40. Major, Cumberland Militia. Chairman of Cumberland Quarter Sessions, 1818-40. Married, Feb. 1814, Mary, dau. of J. M. Matthews, Esq., of Wigton Hall, and had issue. Assumed the surname of Aglionby, in lieu of Yates, on the death of his maternal aunt, 1822. Died, suddenly in the Court House, Carlisle, July 1, 1840, aged 61; buried at Ainstable, Cumberland. (Inns of Court; Rugby Sch. Reg.; C. R. Hudleston.) Yates, Francis (I29964)
 
60 Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Aug. 13, 1807. [S. of Samuel (1771), clerk, of Newbiggin Hall, Cumberland. B. Dec. 28, 1790. School, Sedbergh.] Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 9, 1812, as Aglionby, Henry A. Assumed the name of Aglionby in lieu of Bateman, 1813. Called to the Bar, 1816. On the Northern Circuit. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 3, 1824. M.P. for Cockermouth, 1832-54. Of Caterham, Surrey. Succeeded to the Nunnery estates, 1840. Died July 31, 1854, aged 64. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1854, II. 307.)

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A Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But Uninvested With Heritable Honours.
History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
Aglionby, of Newbiggin Hall.

Name: Henry-Aglionby , Aglionby , esq. of Newbiggin Hall , in the comty of Cumberland , b. 28 Dec 1790 . Mr. Aglionby is M.P. for Cockermouth . 
(Bateman) Aglionby, Henry Aglionby (I26270)
 
61 Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Jan. 26, 1818. 2nd s. of Thomas Cherbury (1780), Esq., of Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1818. Of Brittas, Co. Meath, Ireland. J.P. and D.L. Married Sophia, dau. of Charles Eversfield, of Denne Park, Sussex, 1827. Living in the Albany, 1863 (Eton Sch. Lists). Died Apr. 11, 1872. Brother of the above. (Burke, I.G.) Bligh, Edward (I27510)
 
62 Adm. pens. at TRINITY Oct. 6 1882. [Eldest] s. of Charles (next) of 31 Belgrave Square London. B. [Mar. 24 1864] in London.
School Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885.
Second Lieut. 10th Hussars 1888; Lieut. 1889.
Married July 22 1893 Violet Charlotte dau. of John Fletcher of Saltoun. Died v.p. Apr. 16 1900 of enteric fever at Bloemfontein during the S. African War. Brother of Hume F. (1893). (Army Lists; Burke L.G.; Fox-Davies Armorial Families.) 
Meeking, Capt. Bertram Charles Christopher Spencer (I3787)
 
63 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Dec. 21, 1854. [4th] s. of Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury. B. July 24, 1836, at Wimborne St Giles', Dorset. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1855; M.A. 1858. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1856. Called to the Bar, 1863. Treasurer of County Courts, 1863-74. M.P.for Poole, 1874-80; for the Isle of Wight, 1880-5. Private Secretary to Lord Palmerston, 1859-65. Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1880-2. Under-Secretary for the Colonies, 1882-5. Church Estates Commissioner, 1880-5. P.C. 1891. Succeeded to the properties of Broadlands, Romsey, Hants., and Classiebawn, Co. Sligo, on the death of his uncle, William (Cowper-Temple) Lord Mount-Temple, in 1888. D.L. for Hants. J.P. for Hants., Dorset and Sligo. Official verderer of the New Forest. Mayor of Romney (five times) 1898-1902. Twice married. Helped to produce The Owl, the forerunner of Society journals. Completed the Life of Lord Palmerston, begun by Lord Dalling. Died Nov. 15, 1907, at Broadlands. Buried at Romsey. Brother of the above, etc. (D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) Ashley, Rt. Hon. Evelyn Melbourne (I14748)
 
64 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Jan. 13, 1868. 6th s. of James Brownlow William, Marquess of Salisbury, of Holwood, Beckenham, Kent. B. July 3, 1851, in London. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1898. Of Spreacombe Manor, Braunton, North Devon, and of The Mount, Lymington, Hants. J.P. for Hants. Long associated with agriculture and himself a farmer. Twice married. Died July 16, 1913. Brother of Lionel (1868) and Sackville A. (1865); father of the next and Reginald E. (1897). (Burke, P. and B.) Cecil, Arthur (I22819)
 
65 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Jan. 30, 1838. [S. of James, of Balbirnie, Co. Fife, N.B. B. Jan. 5, 1820. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1838. Of Whittingehame, East Lothian, and of Strathconan, Co. Ross. M.P. for Haddington burghs, 1841-7. Major-Commandant of the East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry. Married Lady Blanche Mary Harriet Gascoigne Cecil, dau. of James (Cecil), Marquess of Salisbury, Aug. 15, 1843. Died Feb. 23, 1856, at Funchal, Madeira. Father of Arthur J. (1866), Francis M. (1870), Eustace J. A. (1873) and Gerald W. (1871). (Burke, P. and B.) Balfour, James Maitland (I22701)
 
66 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 18, 1892. 2nd s. of Sir George Francis, Bart., of Knowle Park, Cranleigh, Guildford, Surrey. B. July 3, 1875, at Vienna, Austria. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1892. Entered the Diplomatic Service. Hon. Attaché, 1898-9. Served in the South African War with the Imperial Yeomanry, 1900-2; A.D.C. to the Brigadier-General in the Orange River Colony, 1904-6. On the Staff of the Major-General in China, 1906-8. Served in the Great War, 1914-18; Major, 2nd Dragoons; Chevalier, Legion of Honour, 1916; mentioned in despatches. Extra-Equerry to Prince Arthur of Connaught, 1909; Equerry, 1910; Comptroller of the Household to Prince Arthur of Connaught, 1913-26. Extra-Equerry, 1926-37. Succeeded his father as 3rd Bart., July 31, 1927. M.V.O., 1912; C.V.O., 1926. Married and had issue. Died Nov. 14, 1937, aged 62, in London. (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Nov. 15, 1937.) Bonham, Major Sir Eric Henry 3rd Bt. (I22720)
 
67 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 25, 1897. [6th] s. of John (1848), Baron St Levan, of St Michael's Mount, Marazion, Cornwall (and Lady Elizabeth Clementina, dau. of John, 4th Marquess Townshend). B. Feb. 26, 1878. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Hon. Attaché in the Diplomatic Service, 1904-8. Equerry to H.R.H. the Duchess of Albany, 1910-22. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and General Staff; mentioned in despatches; Commander, Oaken Crown of Luxembourg; M.V.O., 1919). Married, 1915, Lady Mary Theresa Parker (d. 1932), only dau. of the 3rd Earl of Morley, and had issue. Of Pound House, Yelverton, Devon, in 1952. Brother of the above. (Univ. War List; Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families.) St. Aubyn, Lionel Michael (I21487)
 
68 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 25, 1899. [3rd] s. of Col. Edward [John] (next) (by his 2nd wife Eugenia Susannah, dau. of David B. Chapman, and widow of George Henry Fitzroy). B. Aug. 10, 1880, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1899. Second Lieut., the King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1901; Lieut., 1905; Captain. Served in the S. African War, 1899-1902. Served in the Great War, 1914-19; (Acting Lieut.-Col.; Brigadier-General; wounded twice; D.S.O., 1919; mentioned in despatches; French Croix de Guerre). Lieut.-Col. commanding 8th Batt., the Hants. Regt., 1925; Col. Commandant, Hants. Inf. Brigade (T.A.), 1928-32. Retired, 1937. Of Hangersley, Poulner, Ringwood, Hants. J.P. and D.L. for Hants. Married, 1905, Beatrice Rosa Andalusia, dau. of J. E. A. Hervey, of Ickwell Bury, Beds., and had issue. (Army Lists; Univ. War List; Kelly, Handbook; Fox-Davies, St. Aubyn, Colonel Edward Geoffrey (I22795)
 
69 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, May 27, 1889. 2nd s. of Lord Edward (1856), of Devonshire House, Piccadilly, London. B. Jan. 31, 1871, at Chatsworth, Derbs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. M.P. for Lonsdale, 1895-1906. Sometime Secretary to Lord George Hamilton, Secretary of State for India. P.C., 1912. Served in the Great War, 1914-15 (Hon. Col., King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt.); wounded; mentioned in despatches). C.M.G., 1915. C.B., 1919. Granted the precedence of the son of a Duke, Nov. 1908. Director of the Westminster Bank, Ltd., and of the Westminster Foreign Bank, Ltd. Of Holker Hall, Cark-in-Cartmel, Lancs., and of 2, Grosvenor Crescent, London, S.W. J.P. and D.L. for Lancs. Married and had issue. Brother of John S. (1893), etc. (Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who, 1939.) Cavendish, Rt. Hon. Lord Richard Frederick (I21906)
 
70 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, May 28, 1868. 3rd s. of John, Marquess of Ormonde, of Kilkenny Castle. B. there Sept. 23, 1849. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Lieut., 1st Life Guards; retired, 1877. D.L. for Co. Kilkenny. J.P. for Kilkenny, Tipperary and Kent. Succeeded his brother, James Edward William Theobald, as 4th Marquess of Ormonde, etc., Oct. 26, 1919. 28th Hereditary Chief Butler of Ireland. Of Gennings, Maidstone, Kent. Married and had issue. Brother of the next. (Burke, P. and B., sub Ormonde.) Butler, James Arthur Wellington Foley 4th Marquess of Ormonde (I18796)
 
71 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Nov. 6, 1867. S. of [Lord] Frederick [Charles Peter, R.N.], of Bolsover Castle, Chesterfield, Derbs. B. Apr. 7, 1849, at Little Grimsby Hall, Lincs. Schools, Eton [and Cheltenham College]. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; LL.M. 1875; LL.D. 1888. Attaché in the Diplomatic Service, 1873; at Copenhagen, 1874; Third Secretary, 1875; at Athens, 1876. Acting Chargé d'affaires at Berne, 1878; at St Petersburg, 1879; Second Secretary, 1879; at Rome, 1880. Transferred to Washington, 1887. Acting Chargé d'affaires at Berlin, 1888-90. Secretary of Legation, Pekin, 1890; Chargé d'affaires there, 1892, 1895-6. Consul-General of Hungary, 1896. Minister resident and Consul-General in Peru and Equador, 1898; in Bolivia, 1903. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Republics of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru, 1906. Received Queen's Jubilee medal, 1897, and King's Coronation medal, 1902. J.P. and D.L. for Lincs. Of Little Grimsby Hall, Lincs. Twice married and had issue. Died Mar. 5, 1908, at Lima, Peru. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.) Beauclerk, William Nelthorpe (I6527)
 
72 Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Oct. 15, 1859. [Eldest] s. of William Thomas Spencer W., Earl Fitzwilliam (1833). B. at Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorks. [at 4, Grosvenor Square, according to G.E.C.], July 27, 1839. School, Eton. M.P. for S. Division of Yorks. W.R., 1865-72. Married, Aug. 10, 1867, Laura Maria Theresa, 2nd dau. of Lord Charles Beauclerk. Died at Rouen, Jan. 17, 1877. Buried at Wentworth. Brother of the above, etc. (G.E.C.) FitzWilliam, William Viscount Milton (I21742)
 
73 Admiral Augustus Keppel 1st and last Viscount Keppel of Elveden was also known as Augustus van Keppel.
He gained the rank of Midshipman in 1735 in the service of the Royal Navy.
He was educated at Westminster School Westminster London England.
He fought in the capture of Paita in 1741 serving under Anson.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Chichester between 1755 and 1761.
He fought in the capture of the island of Goree in 1759 from the French.
He fought in the defeat of Admiral Conflans on 20 November 1759 where he distinguished himself under Hawke.
He held the office of Groom of the Bedchamber between 1761 and 1765.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Windsor between 1761 and 1780.
He gained the rank of Rear-Admiral in 1762.
He fought in the capture of Havana in August 1762.
He held the office of a Lord of the Admiralty between 1765 and 1766.
He gained the rank of Vice-Admiral in 1770.
In 1778 he allowed a French fleet to escape from him at Ushant for which he was court-martialled but acquitted.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Blue in 1778.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Surrey between 1780 and 1782.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the White in 1782.
He held the office of First Lord of the Admiralty between March 1782 and January 1783.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) on 27 March 1782.
He was created 1st Viscount Keppel of Elveden co. Suffolk [Great Britain] on 22 April 1782.
He held the office of First Lord of the Admiralty between April 1783 and December 1783 when he took the unfortunate step of replacing Rodney with Admiral Pigot before news of Rodney's brilliant victories reached England.
He lived at Elvedon Hall Elvedon Suffolk England.

On his death his title became extinct. 
Keppel, Admiral Augustus 1st and last Viscount Keppel of ElveDen (I21408)
 
74 Admiral Harry Powlett 6th Duke of Bolton was educated from 1728 to 1729 at Winchester College Winchester Hampshire England.
He gained the rank of Lieutenant in 1739 in the service of the Royal Navy.
He gained the rank of Captain in 1743.3 He fought in the Siege of Carthagena in 1743.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Christchurch between 1751 and 1754.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Lymington between 1755 and 1761.
He gained the rank of Rear-Admiral in 1756.3 He gained the rank of Vice-Admiral in 1759.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Winchester between 1761 and 1765.
He succeeded to the title of 11th Marquess of Winchester on 5 July 1765. He succeeded to the title of 6th Duke of Bolton [E. 1689] on 5 July 1765.
He held the office of Governor of the Isle of Wight between 1766 and 1770.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) on 10 December 1766.
He held the office of Vice-Admiral of Hampshire and Dorset in 1767.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Blue in 1770.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the White in 1775.
He held the office of Governor of the Isle of Wight between 1782 and 1791.
He held the office of Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire between 1782 and 1794. 
Powlett, Admiral Harry 6th Duke of Bolton (I21561)
 
75 Admiral Hon. Sir George Cranfield Berkeley gained the rank of Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.).
He held the office of Lord High Admiral of Portugal. 
Berkeley, Admiral Hon. Sir George Cranfield (I15711)
 
76 Admiral Hon. Sir Henry Keppel was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.).
He fought in the destruction of the Chinese Fleet on 1 June 1857 where he commanded.
He held the office of Groom-in-Waiting to HM Queen Victoria between 1859 and 1860.
He was decorated with the award of Order of Merit (O.M.).
Admiral of the Fleet.
He graduated from honorary Doctor of Civil Laws (D.C.L.). 
Keppel, Admiral Hon. Sir Henry (I21419)
 
77 Admiral Hon. Sir Victor Albert Stanley fought in the Egypt Campaign in 1882.
He was invested as a Knight Commander Order of the Bath (K.C.B.).
He was invested as a Member Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.).
He was Naval Attaché to Russia between 1905 and 1909.
He was the Commandant between 1912 and 1914 at Royal Naval College Dartmouth Devon England.
He fought in the First World War in 1914 where he was mentioned in despatches.
He was decorated with the award of Order of the Sword of Sweden.
He was decorated with the award of Order of the Rising Sun of Japan.
He was decorated with the award of Officer Legion of Honour.
He was decorated with the award of Order of the Redeemer of Greece.
He was decorated with the award of Order of St. Anne of Rusisa (2nd Class).
He was decorated with the award of Order of St. Olaf of Norway.
He was Rear-Admiral of the 1st Battle Squadron Atlantic Fleet between 1919 and 1920.
He was Vice-Admiral of the Reserve Fleet between 1924 and 1926. 
Stanley, Admiral Hon. Victor Albert (I17403)
 
78 Admiral Lord Sir Charles Thomas Montagu Douglas Scott fought in the Crimean War between 1854 and 1856.
He fought in the China War in 1857 in Pearl's Naval Brigade.
He was Admiral Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Station between 1888 and 1892.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.).
He was Admiral Commander-in-Chief of the Plymouth Station between 1900 and 1903. 
Montagu Douglas Scott, Admiral Lord Sir Charles Thomas (I20803)
 
79 Admiral Lord Sir Clarence Edward Paget held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Sandwich between 1847 and 1852.
He gained the rank of Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Sandwich between 1857 and 1876.
He held the office of Secretary of the Admiralty between 1859 and 1866.
He was Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean between 1866 and 1870.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.).
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.). 
Paget, Admiral Lord Sir Clarence Edward (I21536)
 
80 Admiral Lord Sir William FitzRoy held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Thetford between 1806 and 1812.
He was invested as a Knight Commander Order of the Bath (K.C.B.).
He gained the rank of Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy. 
FitzRoy, Admiral Lord Sir William (I19455)
 
81 Admiral Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget was invested as a Knight Commander Order of the Bath (K.C.B.).
He was invested as a Knight Commander Order of St. Michael and St. George (K.C.M.G.).
He was Rear-Admiral of the Coast of Ireland between 1908 and 1911.
He was decorated with the award of Companion Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.).
He gained the rank of Admiral in 1914. 
Paget, Admiral Rt Hon. Sir Alfred Wyndham (I25502)
 
82 Admiral Sir Charles Hamilton 1st Bt. gained the title of 1st Baronet Hamilton of Trebinshun. He gained the rank of Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy. Hamilton, Admiral Sir Charles 1st Bt. (I15411)
 
83 Admiral Sir Edward Joseph Hamilton 1st Bt. gained the title of 1st Baronet Hamilton of Marlborough House. He gained the rank of Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy Hamilton, Admiral Sir Edward Joseph 1st Bt. (I15412)
 
84 Admiral Sir George Stewart 8th Earl of Galloway succeeded to the title of 7th Baronet Stewart of Corsewell [N.S. 1627] on 13 November 1806.
He succeeded to the title of 6th Baronet Stewart of Burray [N.S. 1687] on 13 November 1806.
He succeeded to the title of 8th Earl of Galloway [S. 1623] on 13 November 1806.
He succeeded to the title of 8th Lord of Garlies [S. 1607] on 13 November 1806.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Blue in the service of the Royal Navy. He was invested as a Knight Order of the Thistle (K.T.) in 1814. 
Stewart, Admiral Sir George 8th Earl of Galloway (I10986)
 
85 Admiral Thomas Cochrane 10th Earl of Dundonald gained the rank of Captain in 1794 in the service of the 106th Foot.
He gained the rank of Acting Lieutenant in 1795 The Speedy was a brig of 158 tons with 14 4-pounders and 54 men on board and took in 1801 the Spanish frigate El Gamo (over 600 tons 32 guns 319 men aboard) a feat said to be unmatched in the entire history of the Royal Navy in the service of the Royal Navy as captain of Speedy.
He gained the rank of Lieutenant in 1796.
He gained the rank of Captain in August 1801.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Radical) for Honiton between 1806 and 1807.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Radical) for Westminster between 1807 and 1818.
In 1809 he played a leading part in the defence of Rosas by garrisoning the fortress of Trinidad when others on the Allied side considered it indefensible. He also attempted the crushing of a large part of Bonaparte's navy at the Basque Roads 1809 which but for the want of support by his commanding officer Lord Gambier could have been completed.
He was invested as a Knight Order of the Bath (K.B.) in 1809.
In 1814 he was found guilty of rigging the Stock Exchange (although the real culprit appears to have been his uncle Andrew Cochrane-Johnstone). He was unseated struck off the Navy List stripped of his knighthood fined £1000 and sentenced to stand in the pillory for an hour (although this pilloring was later cancelled) and a year's imprisonment. He escaped from prison was recaptured and set free after payment of the £1000 fine.
He fought in the Wars of Independence from Spain between 1817 and 1822 including capturing Valdivia and taking the Spanish frigate Esmeralda under the very guns of the fortress of Callao.
He was Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Navy.
He was Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of the Peruvian Navy.
He was First Admiral of the National and Imperial Navy of the Brazilian Empire between 1823 and 1825. He was decorated with the award of Knight Order of Merit of Chile.
He was created 1st Marquez de Maranham [Brazil].
He was Commander in Chief of the Greek Navy in 1827.
He fought in the Greek War of Independence between 1827 and 1828.
He was decorated with the award of Grand Cross Imperial Brazilian Order of Cruzero.
He was decorated with the award of Knight Royal Order of the Saviour of Greece.4 He succeeded to the title of 10th Lord Cochrane of Dundonald [S. 1647] on 1 July 1831.
He succeeded to the title of 10th Earl of Dundonald [S. 1669] on 1 July 1831.
He was also known as 10th Lord Cochrane of Paseley and Ochiltrie [S. 1669] as of 1 July 1831.
He gained the rank of Rear-Admiral in 1832 in the service of the Royal Navy with seniority of 1830.
In 1832 he was pardoned.1 He gained the rank of Vice-Admiral in 1841.
In 1847 his Knighthood of the Order of the Bath (K.B.) was restored.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.) in 1847.
He was Commander-in-Chief of the West Indies and North American Station between 1848 and 1851.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Blue in 1851.1 He gained the rank of Admiral of the White in 1853.
He was Rear-Admiral of Great Britain between 1854 and 1860.
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Red in 1857.
He wrote the book Narrative of Services in the Liberation of Chili Peru and Brazil from Spanish and Portuguese Dominion published 1859.
He patented many inventions being in particular quick to recognise the advantages of steam-propelled ships and doing much to improve naval architecture where steam boilers and screw propellers were concerned. 
Cochrane, Admiral Thomas 10th Earl of Dundonald (I21855)
 
86 Admiral William Waldegrave 1st Baron Radstock fought in the Battle of Cape St. Vincent on 14 February 1797.
He gained the rank of Vice-Admiral of the Blue.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.).
He gained the rank of Admiral of the Red.
He was created 1st Baron Radstock of Castle Town Queen's County [Ireland] on 20 December 1800. 
Waldegrave, Admiral William 1st Baron Radstock (I14459)
 
87 Adolphus Frederick Hanover 1st Duke of Cambridge was a member of the House of Guelph.
He gained the title of HRH Prince Adolphus Frederick of the United Kingdom. He was educated at Kew London England.
He was invested as a Knight Order of the Garter (K.G.) on 2 June 1786.
He gained the rank of Colonel in 1793 in the service of the Hanoverian Army.
He was educated at University of Göttingen Göttingen Germany.
He gained the rank of Lieutenant-General in 1798.
He was created 1st Duke of Cambridge [U.K.] on 27 November 1801.
He was created 1st Baron of Culloden in North Britain [U.K.] on 27 November 1801.
He was created 1st Earl of Tipperary in Ireland [U.K.] on 27 November 1801.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) on 3 February 1802.
He gained the rank of Lieutenant-General in June 1803 in the service of the British Army.
He was Colonel of the Coldstream Guards between 1805 and 1850.
He gained the rank of General in April 1808.
He held the office of Chancellor of St. Andrews University between 1811 and 1814.
He gained the rank of Field Marshal in November 1813.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of the Bath (G.C.B.) on 2 January 1815.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Hanoverian Order (G.C.H.) on 12 August 1815.
He held the office of Viceroy of Hanover between November 1816 and June 1837.
He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross Order of St. Michael and St. George (G.C.M.G.) on 20 June 1825.
He held the office of Grand Master of the Order of St. Michael and St. George on 20 June 1825.
He was Colonel of the 60th Foot between 1827 and 1850.
He held the office of Ranger of Richmond Park between 1835 and 1850.
He was invested as a Knight Order of the Black Eagle of Prussia.
He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law (LL.D.) by Cambridge University Cambridge Cambridgeshire England on 4 July 1842.
He held the office of Ranger of St. James's Park and Hyde Park between 1843 and 1850.
He was invested as a Knight Order of St. Andrew of Russia in 1844.
He held the office of Warden of the New Forest between 1845 and 1850. 
Hanover, Adolphus Frederick 1st Duke of Cambridge (I9170)
 
88 Adopted and uses Granger as Maiden name Lavender, Margaret Clara (I22)
 
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Burgess, Susan Cherie (I1156)
 
90 Aeroplane disaster Leveson-Gower, Lady Rosemary Millicent (I27780)
 
91 Afonso I de Bourgogne Rei de Portugal gained the title of Rei Afonso I de Portugal in 1139.
He was the earliest King of Portugal Being only two years old at the death of his father the management of affairs fell to his ambitious but dissolute mother Theresa of Castille until 1128. 
de Bourgogne, Alfonso I Rei de Portugal (I26814)
 
92 Agatha (before 1030 – after 1070) was the wife of Edward the Exile (heir to the throne of England) and mother of Edgar Ætheling, Saint Margaret of Scotland and Cristina of England. Her antecedents are unclear and the subject of much speculation.


Nothing is known of Agatha's early life, and what speculation has appeared is inextricably linked to the contentious issue of Agatha's paternity, one of the unresolved questions of medieval genealogy. As the birth of her children is speculatively placed at around the year 1045, her own birth was probably before about 1030. She came to England with her husband and children in 1057, but was widowed shortly after her arrival. Following the Norman conquest of England, in 1067 she fled with her children to Scotland, finding refuge under her future son-in-law Malcolm III. While one modern source indicates that she spent her last years as a nun at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dying before about 1093,[1] Simeon of Durham[2] carries what appears to be the last reference to her in 1070.[3]

Notes and references

1.^ Marek, Miroslav. "Complete Genealogy of the House of Rurik". Genealogy.EU. http://genealogy.euweb.cz/russia/rurik1.html#AV1.[self-published source][better source needed]
2.^ Historia Regum, vol.II, pp. 190-192
3.^ Foundations(Journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy), vol. 1, no. 4, July 2004, pp. 302-303, ISSN 1479-5078 
Agatha (I9220)
 
93 Agnes Stewart was also known as Isabella Stewart.4 She and James IV Stewart King of Scotland were associated before 1511.
As a result of her marriage Agnes Stewart was styled as Countess of Bothwell circa 28 August 1511. From circa 28 August 1511 her married name became Hepburn. From from 9 September 1513 to 25 February 1513/14 her married name became Home. From between 1520 and 15 November 1525 her married name became Maxwell.
From before 13 December 1549 her married name became Ramsay.
On 31 October 1552 she was legitimised under the Great Seal. 
Stewart, Agnes (I9108)
 
94 Ailwyn Edward Fellowes 1st Baron Ailwyn was educated between 1868 and 1871 at Eton College Eton Berkshire England.
He was educated at Trinity College Cambridge University Cambridge Cambridgeshire England.
In 1885 he unsuccessfully contested Mid-Norfolk as a Conservative.
In 1886 he unsuccessfully contested North Norfolk.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Conservative) for Ramsay North Huntingdonshire between 1887 and 1902.
He held the office of Vice-Chamberlain of the Household between 1895 and 1900.
He held the office of President of the Board of Agriculture between 1905 and 1906.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) on 14 March 1905.
He was invested as a Knight Commander Royal Victorian Order (K.C.V.O.) in 1911.
He was Major and Honorary Colonel of the 3rd Battalion The Norfolk Regiment.
He was invested as a Knight Commander Order of the British Empire (K.B.E.) in 1917.
He was Chairman of the Agricultural Wages Board between 1917 and 1919.
He was Deputy Director of Food Production between 1917 and 1919.
He was a director of the London and North Eastern Railway.
He was Deputy Chairman of the Great Eastern Railway.
He was created 1st Baron Ailwyn of Honingham co. Norfolk [U.K.] on 1 July 1921.
He was a director of Norwich Union Fire Office.
He was a director of the National Provident Association. 
Fellowes, Ailwyn Edward 1st Baron Ailwyn (I19650)
 
95 Air crash Windsor, George Edward Alexander Edmund 1st Duke of Kent (I26962)
 
96 AKA Elizabeth Louisa Lovelock, Louisa Elizabeth (I27506)
 
97 AKA Emma Cooke, Amy (I68)
 
98 AKA Josiah Boot, Joseph (I27055)
 
99 AKA: Ernest Charles Cager, Charles Ernest (I11289)
 
100 AKA: Frank Cecil Cager, Cecil Frank (I16503)
 

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