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POWNOLL IRVING EDWARD, 9th Viscount Exmouth, Sir Pownoll Irving Edward Pellew, 9th Bart., 9th Baron Exmouth of Canonteign, nr Exeter, co. Devon, and a Baronet, Patron of one living, educ. Oundle, b. 28 May 1908, s. his father as 9th Viscount 1951; m. 2 Jan. 1938, Maria Luisa Urquijo y Losada, Marquesa de Olías, (in Spain cr. 1652 by Philip IV; s. 1940) b. 12 July 1911 Madrid, Spain d. 28th December 1994 (aged 83) and was buried in the family vault at St James's Parish Church, Christow, Devon, widow of Don Gonzalo Alvarez-Builla y Alvera, (see Iddesleigh, Earl of ) and dau. of Luis de Urquijo y Ussia, Marqués de Amurrio, and of María Teresa de Losada González de Villalaz, Fernández de Liencres y Fernández de Velasco, Marquesa de Zarreal, of Madrid, Spain. His Lordship died 2 December 1970, (aged 62) at Canonteign  and was buried in the family vault at St James's Parish Church, Christow, Devon, and had issue,

1... PAUL EDWARD, 10th Viscount Exmouth, Marqués de Olías, (in Spain cr. 1652 by Philip IV) b. Tue. 8 Oct.1940 Estoril, Portugal; educ. Ladycross & Downside, m. 1stly, 10 Dec.1964 (m. dis. 1974), Maria Krystina de Garay, b. 28 Nov 1943 Madrid, Spain d. 11 Mar. 2005, only dau. of late Don Recaredo de Garay, of Madrid, Spain, and has issue,

1. Hon. Patricia Sofia Pellew, b. 14 Apr. 1966, Madrid, Spain, and has issue,

1.. Guillermo Pellew, b. 2000
2.. Rodrigo Pellew, b. 2004
3.. Cristina Pellew, b. 2006

Married 2ndly, 1975 (m. dis. 2000), Rosemary Frances Scoones, only dau. of Francis Harold Scoones, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., J.P., of 83 Abbotsbury Rd, London W14., and former wife of Murray de Vere, Earl of Burford (Later 14th Duke of St Albans), and has issue,

1. Hon. Edward Francis Pellew, b. 30 Oct. 1978.
2. Hon. Alexander Paul Pellew, b. 30 Oct. 1978, (twin).

Married 3rdly, 20 Mar. 2002 (m. dis. 2003), Sarah C Edgar (widow of Anthony Samuel Edgar) only dau. of late Ian Goalen.

2... Hon. Peter Irving Pellew, b. Tue. 20 Oct. 1942 Dunsford, Devon; educ. Ladycross, Downside & Madrid Univ., and has issue,

          1.
          2.
          3.

1... Hon. Mary Rose Pellew, b. Sun. 2 Oct. 1938 Geneva, Switzerland; m. 1974, Don Roman Llanso, b.19_ of Madrid, Spain.

2... Hon. Mary Elizabeth Josephine Pellew, b. Sun. 16 Mar. 1947 Canonteign, Devon. m. 4 Jan. 1969, Robin Gerard d'Erlanger, A.C.A., b. 1942 only son of Sir Gerard John Regis Leo d'Erlanger, C.B.E., of 74, Park Street, London W.1., and has issue,

1. Gerard Pownoll, b. 1970.
2. Hugh Robin, b. 1976.
1. Josephine Louise, b. 1972. m 2006 Alastair Ian Clark,
youngest son of the late Mr & Mrs Kenneth Clark, of Galana Ranch, Kenya, and has issue,

          1.
          2.
          3.

2. Marietta Elizabeth, b. 1974.
3. Emilia Mary Florence, b. 1982.

 

Lineage - Descended from a family which came originally from Saint Aubayne, Normandy, France, but for many centuries had been settled in the west of Cornwall, Breage, Flushing, Treverry and finally Devon.

JOHANNES de PELLOUR (Pellor), b. 12_ d. 13_ Landowner of Pellour in Breage in the County of Cornwall. m. 12_ and had issue,

1. Gilbert de Pellour, b. 12_ d. 13_ .1326 Landowner of Pellour in Breage, Cornwall.
2. Fabian de Pellour, b. 12_ d. 13_ .1341 Landowner of Pellour in Breage, Cornwall.

JOHN PELLOR, Lord PELLOR (Pellour), b. abt. 1315 d. 13_  Lord of the Manor of Pellour, in the County of Cornwall, was also known by the name of  "Sir John Cheddore" m. 13_ and had issue,

1. Martin Pellor (Pellour), b. abt 1348. d. 14_ , Juror 1401.
1.
Elizabeth Pellor (Pellour), b. abt 1345. d. 14_ . m. 1369, Nicholas Arundell of Trerise, see Jane Seymour East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

Sir WILLIAM PELLOR (Pellour), b. 13_ , Vicar of Breage 1362, died of the "Black Death".

THOMAS PELLOUR, b.13_ d. 14_ , M.P. for Helston 1411 (the last Parliament of Henry IV)

THOMAS PELLOUR, 1438.

STEPHEN PELLOW, b. 14_ d.1524 on the Subsidy Roll. Yeoman at Breage m. ? 14_ and had issue,

1. James Pellow.
2. Hoskyn Pellow.
3. John Pellow of Germoe.
4. William Pellow of Breage.

 

CAPTAIN THOMAS PELLEW, R.N., b. 1575 d. 16_ m. ? 15_ and had issue,

1. Thomas Pellew, b. 15_
2. ? Pellew, b. 16_
3.
GEORGE PELLEW, b. 1610
4. John Pellew, b. 16_

CAPTAIN GEORGE PELLEW, R.N., b. 1610 d. 16_ and had issue,

1. HUMPHRY (Humphrey) PELLEW, b. 1650 d. 9 Feb.1722, m. 1692 at Breage, Cornwall, Judith Sparnon b. 169_ d. 1756 in Mylor, Cornwall

2. Captain John Pellew, b. 165_ d. 17_ . Merchant Navy

1. ? Pellew.
2. ? Pellew.

3. George Pellew, b. 166_ d. 17_

1. ? Pellew.
2. ? Pellew.

4. Jacob Pellew, b. 1674 Redruth, Cornwall. m. 29 Apr. 1699 Grace Homey of Redruth, Cornwall and had issue,

1. William Pellew, b. 24 Feb. 1700 Redruth, Cornwall. m. 10 May 1741 Gulval, Cornwall, Mary Ann Curnow

1.. ? Pellew.
2.. ? Pellew.

2. Jacob Pellew, b. 12 June 1704 Redruth, Cornwall. m. 8 July 1727 Redruth Cornwall, Elizabeth Honey and had issue,

1.. Jacob Pellew, b. 10 Apr. 1728 Illogan, Cornwall. m. 1 Mar. 1756 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall, Jane Oliver and had issue,

1. ? Pellew.
2. ? Pellew.

2.. William Pellew, b. 10 July 1737 Redruth, Cornwall. bapt. 1 Jan. 1739 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall. m. 2 Feb. 1776 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall, Margaret Taylor and had issue,

1. William Pellew, b. 6 Nov. 1776 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall. m. 3 Nov. 1805 Gulval, Cornwall, Elizabeth Osborn and had issue,

1. Harriot Pellew, b. 1809 bapt. 19 Feb. 1809 Penzance, Cornwall

3.. Thomas Pellew, b. 10 May 1747 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall. m. 31 Dec. 1796 Gulval, Cornwall, Elizabeth Murrish
1.. Frances Pellew, b. 7 Dec. 1734 Redruth, Cornwall.

3. John Pellew, b. 11 Mar 1706 Redruth, Cornwall. m. 1750 Mary ? and had issue,

1.. Justinian Pellew, b. 27 Mar. 1754 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall.
1.. Judith Pellew, b. 12 Mar. 1751 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall.
2.. Alice Pellew, b. 4 Nov. 1757 Saint Just in Penwith, Cornwall.

4. Henry Pellew, b. 21 May 1715 Redruth, Cornwall.
1. Grace Pellew, b. 2 Mar. 1702
Redruth, Cornwall.

 

HUMPHRY (Humphrey) PELLEW, of Flushing, near Falmouth, Cornwall. b. 1650, baptised at St. Gluvias in 1665, married 1692, at Breage, Cornwall, Judith Sparnon (who d. 1756 buried at Mylor) and was buried at Mylor 9 Feb. 1721, (aged 71). Was a merchant seaman and ship owner, son of a naval officer, and a man of considerable wealth. Owned property near Falmouth known as Treverry. Also had a property and a tobacco plantation in Maryland, United States of America. Part of the town of Annapolis stands on what was, before the revolt of the colonies, the estate of the Pellews. This was the period in which the "Killigrews" founded and built the town of Falmouth, as an investment. Humphry Pellew who had retired from the sea before the century closed, to live ashore as a ship owner, landowner and proprietor of a tobacco plantation, was prosperous enough to engage in a similar enterprise on the other side of the creek. This was the building of the town of Flushing. Part of the town was built by Samuel Trefusis MP for Penryn; the other part was built by Humphry Pellew who came to live there himself and had issue, (11 children)

1. Humphrey Pellew, b. 9 Jun. 1702, Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
2. Israel Pellew, b. 29 Feb. 1703, Mylor, Cornwall, m. 17_
Gertrude Trefusis dau. of Samuel Trefusis MP, d. 17_ 
3. John Pellew, b. 20 Aug. 1705 d. 17_ 
4. ? Pellew, b. 17_  m.17_
Lady Anne Belasyse dau. of the Earl of Fauconberg. (Thomas Belasyse m. 1660 Mary Cromwell, daughter of Oliver Cromwell 1599 -1658), d. 17_ 
5. William Pellew, b. 20 Sep. 1707, Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
6.
SAMUEL PELLEW, b. 11 Aug. 1712 Mylor, Cornwall, baptised at Mylor. d. 14 Apr. 1765, m. 17 May 1752 Constantia (Constance) Langford at Madron, Penzance, Cornwall .
1. Margaret Pellew, b. 23 May 1709, Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
2. Jane Pellew, b. 5 July 1711,
Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
3. Judah Pellew, b. 11 Sept. 1713, Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
4. Olympia Pellew, b. 30 Apr. 1716,
Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 
5. Frances Pellew, b. 20 Aug. 1717, Mylor, Cornwall, d. 17_ 

CAPTAIN SAMUEL PELLEW, b. 11 Aug. 1712, Mylor, Cornwall, baptised at Mylor. d. at Dover 14 Apr. 1765, (aged 53) m. 17 May 1752 at Madron, Penzance, Cornwall, Constantia (Constance) Langford, b. 17_ d. 1812 at Bath, Somerset, the dau. of Edward Langford, s. of John Langford, (a Jacobite family, uncle of Mary Langford mother of  Sir Henry Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon), of Hawkes Farm, Alverton, (of Trungle) Penzance, Cornwall, and Katherine Nettle b. 6 January 1700/01 in Madron, Cornwall dau. of John Nettle. Samuel Pellew was a captain in the Royal Navy, stationed at Dover. He was buried at the junction of the two aisles in St Mary's the Virgin Church, Dover. Constantia m. 2ndly Samuel Woodis on 26 Apr. 1768, Madron, Cornwall and the children (6) were brought up in Penzance, Cornwall by their Grandmother, Katherine Nettle, and had issue,

1... Samuel Humphrey Pellew, M.D., (Doctor of Medicine) b. 1754, bapt. 26 Feb. at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, d. 18 Feb. 1843, (aged 89) Samuel became a surgeon, and was in charge of customs at Falmouth. m. Jane "Jenny" Bawden b. 1754 d. 16 Nov.1821. Buried in St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall 

In a vault beneath are interred the mortal remains of Samuel Humphry Pellew, Esqre., of Treverry, in this county,
 and collector of H.M. Customs at Falmouth.
Animated by a spirit of true and enlightened patriotism he laboured in situations of great public trust with eminent fidelity
 and zeal for a period of LIII (53) years.
In his life was manifested a bright example of Christian virtue.
He died at Torquay on the XVIIIth day of Feby., A.D. MDCCCXLIII: aged LXXXIX (89) years.
In the same vault are interred the mortal remains of Jane, wife of the above Samuel Humphry Pellew,
who died at Falmouth on the XVIth day of Novr., A.D. MDCCCXXI; aged LXVII (67) years.
Also of Jane, their daughter, who died in London on the IIIrd day of Octr., A.D. MDCCCXI; aged XVII (17) years. Wisdom v.,15, 16.
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having had issue,

1. George Pellew, b. 26 Aug. 1787 in Falmouth, Cornwall, d. 1798. Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.
2. Samuel Humphrey Pellew, b. 23 Feb. 1794 in Falmouth, Cornwall and of Woodlane House, Falmouth, Died in the city of Bath March 28th, 1854; (aged 61). Buried in Lansdowne Cemetery, Bath.
1. Judith Pellew, b. 10 Aug. 1786 in Falmouth, d. 1793.Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.
2. Biddy Judith Pellew, b. 23 Nov. 1788 in Falmouth, Cornwall, d. 18_ Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.
3. Emily Pellew, b. 18 Aug. 1790 in Falmouth, Cornwall, d. 1791. Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.
4. Jane Pellew, b. 22 July 1795 in Falmouth, Cornwall, d. 3 Oct. 1811 Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.
5. Female died in infancy. Buried St Mylor Church, Mylor, Cornwall.

2... EDWARD PELLEW of whom presently. b. 5 am 19 Apr. 1757 (twin), bapt. 24 June at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, d. 23 Jan. 1833, (aged 76) at West Cliff House, Teignmouth, Devon.

3... Admiral Sir Israel Pellew, K.C.B., (Knight Commander of the Bath), an Admiral in the Royal Navy. b. 25 Aug. 1758, bapt. 28 Aug. at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, d. 19 July 1832, (aged 74) buried at Charles Church, Plymouth on 26th July 1832. m. 1792 Mary Helen Gilmore (d.1844), dau. of George Gilmore, Esq., of Ireland. This Officer who distinguished himself on various occasions, commanded the "Conqueror", which was the fourth ship in the weather line, at the Battle of Trafalgar 1805 and captured the French flagship, the "Bucentaure", and had issue,

1.Edward Pellew, a Capt. in the Life Guards. b. 1793 d. 6 Oct. 1819. Killed at Paris, 6 Oct. 1819, in a duel, by Lieut. Theophilus Walsh, of the same regiment. Buried at Le Cimetière du Père Lachaise, Paris, 9 Oct. 1819.

4... John Pellew, b. 1760, bapt. 18 Mar. 1760 at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, an Ensign (hist. the lowest commissioned infantry officer: present day Second Lieutenant) in the Army, d. 1777, (aged 17) killed at the Battle of Saratoga in North America.

1... Catherine Pellew, (Constantia / Katherine) b. 5 am 19 April 1757 (twin), bapt. 24 June at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, d. 9 Feb.1786 at sea, Norway (aged 29). m. 1783, Charles Louis (Carl Ludvig), Count Jägerskiöld, of Finland b. 1758 d. 1811 (aged 53) son of Vice-Admiral Christer Ludvig, Count Jegerschöld, [Jägerskiöld / Jägerskjöld / Jegerschöld] b.1711 d. 1798, (aged 87) of Sweden, and had issue,

1. Count Christer Ludvig Jägerskjöld, b. 8 Nov. 1784 d. 1856, (aged 72 ) m. 1807  Hedvig Gustava Christina Taube b. 1790 d. 1870 (aged 80) dau of Johan Reinhold Taube, participated in the Swedish - Russian war of 1808 - 1809. He also was a part of the coup d'état to dethrone the Swedish King Gustav IV Adolf. He was a part of the guard at the castle of Drottningholm (outside Stockholm) in March 1809, guarding the dethroned king. After Sweden lost Finland to Russia 1809 he took Finnish service and was a part of the Finnish general staff 1819 - 1822 and had issue:

1.. Colonel Christer Ludvig Reinhold Jägerskjöld, b. 25.Jan. 1812 Kemiö d. 4.Mar.1904 Turku. (aged 92) ( Note modern spelling of name) and had issue,

1. Christer Jägerskjöld
2. Robert Jägerskjöld
3. Jenny
Jägerskjöld
4. Charlotta
Jägerskjöld
5. Anna Jägerskjöld

1.. Engel Lovisa Catharina Jägerskjöld, b. 16 Dec. 1810 Kemiö d. 6.Mar.1890, (aged 80)  haudattu Phjan pitäjä.

2.. Charlotta Johanna Ottiliana Jägerskjöld, b. 20 Mar. 1814 Kemiö d. 19 Jul. 1844, Pohjan pitäjä (aged 30) m. 22 Apr. 1841 in Kemiö  Johan Jakob von Julin b. 1787 Oulu d. 11 Mar 1853 Helsingissä matkalla and had issue, 

1. Hedvig (Helena) Charlotta von Julin, b. 25 Mar 1842 Fiskars d. 23 Jan 1881 Sällvik, Pohja (aged 39) m. 31 Dec. 1862 in Fiskars, Pohja, Count Carl Robert Mannerheim b. 1 Feb. 1835 Viipuri d. 9 Oct 1914 (79) Helsinki and had issue,

1. Carl Erik Johan Mannerheim, b. 17 Mar. 1865 Askainen d. 6 Jul 1915 Tukholma, Ruotsi.
2. Carl Gustav Emil Mannerheim, b. 4 Jun. 1867 Louhisaaren kartano, Askainen d. 28 Jan 1951 Lausanne, Switzerland.
Marshal of FinlandBaron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim.
3. Carl Fridolf Johan Mannerheim, b. 27 Dec. 1868 Askainen d. 25 Sep. 1934.
1. Eva Charlotta Lovisa Sophia Mannerheim, b. 21 Dec. 1863 Helsinki d. 9 Jan. 1928 Helsinki.
2. Eva Hedvig Vilhelmina Johanna Mannerheim, b. 30 Jun 1870 d. 1958.

( Engel, ChristerCharlottaEdvardAnnaHedvig, Gustav )

2... Jane Constantia Pellew, b. 1762, bapt. 7 Apr. 1763 at St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, d. 18_ m. 17_ Lieutenant Henry Spriddle, Royal Navy (Comissioned 1782 d.1790) and had issue,

1. ? Spriddle, 17_ d. 18_
2. ? Spriddle, 17_ d. 18_
1. Constantia Henrietta Pellew Spriddle, b. 1791 d. 12 Dec.1849 at Barch-Hill, County Dublin, m. 1816
Captain John Thomson, b. 1770 d. 1835. Royal Navy and had issue,

1..Constance Thomson, b. 18_ d. 18_ m. 18_ William Henry Clarke, and had issue,

1. ? Clarke
2. ? Clarke

2..Emma Jane Thomson, b. 1824 d. 1910 m. 1851 Dr. Edward Johnstone Quinan, b. 1814 d. 1900, and had issue,

1. Susannah Janet Quinan, b. 1856 (d. infancy).
2. Constantia Henrietta Pellew Quinan, b. 1858 d. 1928.
3. Edward Barrington Pellew Quinan, b. 1859 d. 1897 m. 1883 Martha Elizabeth Finch, b. 1861 d. 1952 and had issue,

1. General Sir Edward Pellew Quinan, b. 1884 d. 1960 m. 1922 Mary Emily Catherine Law (nee Hegarty), b. 1883 d. 1965 and had issue,

1. John Barrington Pellew Quinan, b. 1923 d. 2004 m. 1951 Ann Helen Duncan b. 1924 d. 1996 and had issue,

2. Constance Emma Quinan, b. 1888 d. 1891
3.Barrington William Pellew Quinan, b. 1891 d. 1918

4. Georgina Janet Quinan, b. 1860 d. 1941.

The 2nd son,

EDWARD PELLEW, 1ST VISCOUNT EXMOUTH.

EDWARD PELLEW. Born Tuesday 19 April 1757. Died Wednesday 23 January 1833. (aged 76) at West Cliff House, Teignmouth, Devon. Having early entered the naval service of his country, soon became famed for his seamanship and fighting ability gaining an outstanding record as a frigate captain. Mr Pellew was appointed a Lieut. in 1778 (aged 21) and 1st Lieut. in 1780, and in May of the same year received his commission of post-Capt. On 29 June, 1793, (aged 36) he received the honour of Knight-hood for his heroic conduct in the capturing the Cléopâtra, a French frigate; on 18 March, 1796, (aged 39) he was created a Baronet for his heroic services in saving the troops and crew of the transport Dutton. MP (Member of Parliament) 7 July 1802. On 1 June, 1814, (aged 57) having risen to the rank of Adm. of the Blue, he was elevated to the peerage, as Baron Exmouth, of Canonteign, co. Devon; and, finally, was advanced to a Viscountcy by the title of VISCOUNT EXMOUTH, co. Devon, 10 Dec. 1816, (aged 59) for his gallantry in bombarding and destroying the fleet and arsenal of Algiers in that year. His Lordship m. 28 May 1783 at East Knoyle, Susannah Frowde (b.1765 d. 29 October 1837), 2nd dau. of Sir James Frowde, Bart., of East Knoyle, Wiltshire, and had issue,

1... POWNOLL BASTARD, 2nd Viscount Exmouth.

2... Hon. Sir Fleetwood Broughton Reynolds Pellew, Admiral, C.B., (Companion of the Order of the Bath), K.C.B., (Knight Commander of the Bath), Admiral of the Blue, R.N., b. 13 Dec. 1789, bapt 1790 Mawgan in Meneage, Cornwall m. 1stly, 5 June 1816 Saint James's, Westminster, London Harriet Frances Webster, b. 179_ d. 7 Aug. 1849 and is buried in Florence, Italy, only dau. of Sir Godfrey Webster, 4th Bart., of Battle Abbey, Sussex, by his wife Elizabeth Vassall, later Lady Holland, and had issue,

1. Thomas Chaplin Honorablis Fleetwood Pellew, b. Nov. 1818 d. 16 July 1819 at the age of eight months on board the Frigate H.M. Revolutionaire.

1. Harriet Bettina Frances Pellew,  b. 1818 in Florence, Italy (baptised 12th March 1821 Sliema, Malta) d. 9 Nov. 1886 and is buried in Florence, Italy. m. 11 Nov. 1841 St Georges, Hans Sq, Westminster, London, the 4th Earl of Orford (Horatio William Walpole d. 7 Dec. 1894), and had,

1.. Lady Dorothy Elizabeth Mary Pellew Walpole, b.1844 d. 1921 and is buried in Naples, Italy. (Duchess of Balzo etc) m. 25 Feb. 1868, (in Florence, Italy) Ernesto, 1st Duke del Balzo (It. 1868) 5th Duke di Caprigliano (Nap.1749), only son of the Marquis della Sonora del Balzo, grandee of Spain of the first class, b. abt 1840 d. 19_ and had issue,

1. ?
2. ?

2.. Lady Maud Mary Pellew Walpole, b.1847 d. 2 June 1874 and is buried in Italy. (Princess of Palagonia etc) m. 11 Nov. 1871, Count Salvatore Griefeo e Gravana, Prince of Palagonia, grandee of Spain of the first class, b. abt 1843 d. _ and had issue, 

1. ?
2. ?

Sir Fleetwood m. 2ndly, 22 Feb. 1851 (div. 1859), Mlle. Cécile Drummond de Melfort (d. 1 Nov. 1914), dau. of Edward Drummond de Melfort, Comte de Melfort (see Perth, Earl of.), and d. at Marseilles, France, 28 July 1861. (aged 72) Buried, 7 Aug. 1861, at Florence, Italy. She m. 2ndly 22 Feb. 1860, the 7th Earl of Berkeley and d. 1 Nov. 1914 leaving issue.

3... Hon. George Pellew (Very Rev.), b. 3 Apr. 1793, bapt.12 Apr. 1793 Mylor, Cornwall, d. 13 Oct. 1866, (aged 73), buried at Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk. MA, (Master of Arts) Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1818; DD., (Doctor of Divinity) Dean of Norwich 1828-66, prebendary of York and rector of Great Chart Kent, 1852-66, Theologian, holding also other preferment's; wrote sermons and tracts, and published (1847) the life of his father-in-law, Henry Addington, first Viscount Sidmouth. m. 20 June  1820 Saint James's, Westminster, London, Frances Addington (d. 27 Feb. 1870), 2nd dau. of Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth, and had issue,

1. HENRY EDWARD, 6th Viscount Exmouth. b. 26 Apr. 1828 bapt 10 Mar. 1829 Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent. d. 4 Feb. 1923, (aged 95)

1. Frances Ursula Pellew, b. 1821 bapt. 8 Sep. 1821 Sutton On The Forest, Yorkshire d. 1840. m. 18_ and had issue,

1.. ?
2.. ?

2. Georgiana Susan Pellew, b. 1822 bapt. 10 June 1822 Sutton On The Forest, Yorkshire. d. 2 Jan. 1896 m. 29 Sept. 1848, William Wells Addington, 3rd Viscount Sidmouth, he d. 28 Oct. 1913 and had issue,

1.. Gerald Anthony Pellew Bagnall Addington, 4th Viscount Sidmouth, b. 29 Nov. 1854 d. 25 Mar. 1915 m. 27 July 1881 Ethel Mary Tonge only dau of Capt. Louis Charles Henry Tonge, RN., of Highway, Calne, Wilts and had issue,

1. Gerald William Addington,  5th Viscount Sidmouth
2. Raymond Antony Addington, 6th
Viscount Sidmouth
1. Ursula Mary Addington, b. 18_ d. 24 Aug 1962 m.
Lt. James Hope-Wallace (see Linlithgow, M) and had issue.
2. Marjorie Ruth Addington, b. 18_ d. 19_ m.
Col. Oscar Mark Harris, DSO, RHA, 2nd s. of Henry Harris of Jersey, he d. 11 Aug. 1965 and had issue. 

2.. Herbert Hiley Stafford Addington, b. 12 Mar. 1859 d. unm. 17 Apr. 1943; Capt Roy Fus, Major Res Offrs.
3.. Harold William Addington, b. 24 May 1860 died s.p. 27 Dec. 1941; Col RFA, Uganda 1898, Boer War 1901, WW1; m.
Constance Clairmont, dau. of A J Clairmont of Lakelands, Nova Scotia, Canada.
4.. Francis Charles Bathurst Addington, b. 14 June 1861 d. unm. 12 Feb 1905; Capt. R.N.
1.. Alice Mary Addington, b. 18_ d. 23 Sept. 1929 m. 6 Mar. 1894, as his 2nd w.
James Johnstone Bevan, JP, of Northgate House, Bury St Edmunds, 3rd s. of Charles Bevan. He died s.p. 5 Nov. 1898.
2.. Ursula Georgina Addington, b. 18_ d. 17 Dec. 1947 m.
Francis John Helyar of Bath he d. Dec. 1918 and had issue.
3.. Eveline Addington, b. 18_ died s.p. 25 July 1944 m. 15 Sept. 1875 as his 2nd w.
Francis Arkwright, JP, of Overton, Marton, NZ, and Cotton House, Warwicks. (see Burke's L.G., Arkwright formerly of Sutton Scarsdale) He d. 1 Mar. 1915.
4.. Mabel Addington, b. 18_ d. 30 Mar. 1942 m. 30 Oct. 1879
Sir Archibald Ernest Orr Ewing, 3rd Bart., (qv) and had issue.
5.. Gertrude Rose Addington, b. 18_ d. unm. 30 May 1858.

3. Charlotte Augusta Pellew, b 1824 bapt. 7 Oct. 1824 Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent. d. 21 May 1866 m. 12 Oct. 1852, Capt. Louis Charles Henry. Tonge, R.N., of Highway, Calne, Wilts, leaving issue,

1.. Francis Henry Tonge, b. 8 June, 1855 d. 6 March, 1936.
2..
Henry Fleetwood Tonge, b. 18 May 1860 d. unm. June 1883.
1.. Ethel Mary Tonge, b. 18_ d. 18 Dec 1954 m. 27 July 1881
Gerald Anthony Pellew Bagnall Addington, 4th Viscount Sidmouth, b. 29 Nov. 1854 d. 25 Mar. 1915.

4. Henrietta Agneta Pellew, b. 1826 bapt. 22 Aug. 1826 Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent. m. 18 June 1856, Rev. James Ambrose Ogle, and d. 17 Dec. 1920. He d. 20 Feb. 1900, leaving issue,

1.. ? Ogle.
2.. ? Ogle.

5. Marian Hilary Adelaide Pellew, b. 1831 Chart, Kent  m. 24 Apr. 1862, Rev. Godfrey Harry Arkwright, of Sutton Scarsdale, Nr Chesterfield, Derbyand d. 22 Dec. 1901. He d. 17 Dec. 1866, leaving issue,

1.. Godfrey Edward Pellew Arkwright b. 1864 Sutton Scarsdale, Nr Chesterfield, Derby d. 1944 m. 18_ and had issue,

1. ? Arkwright.
2. ? Arkwright.

2.. Walter George Arkwright b. 1865 Sutton Scarsdale, Nr Chesterfield, Derby d. 1936  m. 1902 Annie Mary Bacon and had issue,

1. ? Arkwright.
2. ? Arkwright.

1.. Marian Ursula Arkwright, b. 1863 Sutton Scarsdale, Nr Chesterfield, Derby d. 1922 m. 18_ and had issue,

1. ?
2. ?

4... Hon. Edward William Pellew (Rev.), b. 3 Nov. 1799, bapt. 7 Nov. 1799 Mylor, Cornwall. educ. Eton and entered Oriel College Oxford, on 4 Mar. 1818 aged 18. B.A 1823, M.A. 1824. Sometime vicar of St James's Parish Church Christow, Devon; for 20 years parish priest St. James's, Bury St. Edmunds (later St Edmundsbury Cathedral) m. 10 Apr. 1826, London Mary Anne (Marianne) Winthrop (b. 1809 d. 6 Mar. 1867), dau. of Stephen John Winthrop, M.D., (Doctor of Medicine) and d. 29 Aug. 1869, (aged 70) leaving issue,

1. Edward Winthrop Pellew, b. 24 Jan. 1830, bapt. 1 Jan. 1831 West Teignmouth, Devon,  d. unm. 9 Dec. 1880.
2.
George Israel Pellew (Rev) b. 10 Jan. 1831 d. unm. 1897. Rector of Peterstow, Ross from 1868 to 1897.
3.
Pownoll William Pellew, Cmdr. R.N., b. 27 Jan. 1837, of 17 Rue Bayard, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France and Chateau de Bellevue, Laroin, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France. educ. Marlborough College and Captain in the Royal Navy. m. 20 June 1867, Mary Elizabeth Bagnell, dau. of Rev. John Armstrong Bagnell, and d.12 Mar. 1872 (aged 35) at Madeira and is buried there, leaving issue,

1.. EDWARD IRVING POWNOLL, 8th Viscount Exmouth.

4. Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, late Commissioner of Dacca, Bengal, b. 13 Dec. 1838, m. 3 July 1869, Saint Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex, Dorothy Mary Anderson (d. 1926), dau. of Rev. Philip Anderson, and d. 24 May 1906, (aged 68) leaving issue,

1.. Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, Major late W. York's Regt., b. 2 Dec. 1871, m. 25 May 1909, Violet Annie du Pre (d. 3 Aug. 1964), yr dau. of James du Pre, of Wilton Park, Bucks (see Burke's L.G.) and d. 28 Mar. 1961, leaving issue,

1. Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, b. 20 Feb. 1910, Lt. Col. late Royal Corps Signals, A.D.C. to Gov. and C.-in-C. (Commander-in-Chief) of Nigeria 1935-1938 (Waye Farm, Lustleigh, Devon; Marylebone Cricket Club) educ. Malvern, and R.M.A. Woolwich, m. 14 Jan. 1939, Geraldine Gertrude Mildred Hole (b. 1909 d. 18 Jun 2008 aged 99) dau. of Major William Gerald Hole, of Parke, Bovey Tracey, Devon (see Burk's L.G.) and d. 23 Sept 2008 (aged 98), and leaving issue,

1. Pamela Geraldine, b. 2 Mar. 1946, m. 1979, Brian E. Jones, and has issue,

1. Emily Jones.
2. Edward Jones.

2. Antony Pownoll Pellew, Cmdr. R.N., (ret), served in World War II (3 Glencairn House, 70 Ridgeway, Wimbledon, London SW19; United Service, Hurlingham Clubs), b. 16 Feb. 1911, m. 1stly, 4 Oct. 1941 (m. diss. by div. 1958), Margaret Julia Critchley (née Cookson), dau. of Clive Cookson, of Nether Warden, Hexham, Northumberland (see Burke's L.G.) and leaving issue,

1. Mark Edward Pellew, M.V.O., (Member of the Royal Victorian Order) entered Diplomatic Service 1965 (4/51 St George's Sq, London S.W.1), b. 28 Aug. 1942, educ. Winchester, and Trin. Coll. Oxford (B.A. 1965); British Ambassador to the Holy See 1998-2002, m. 11 Dec. 1965, Jill Hosford Thistlethwaite, dau. of Frank Thistlethwaite, Vice- Chancellor of Univ. of E. Anglia, of Wood Hall, Hethersett, Norfolk and has issue,

1. Adam Lee Pellew, b. 30 Dec. 1966.
2. Dominic Stephen Pellew, b. 6 Aug. 1968.

2. Robert Antony Pellew, b. 27 Sep. 1945, educ. Marlborough, and Edin. Univ. (2 Luard Rd, Cambridge CB2 2PJ) m. 1975, Pamela MacLellan, dau. of Dr P. D. MacLellan and has issue,

1. Toby Pellew, b. 1982.
1. Sophia Harriet Pellew, b. 1979.

1. Phoebe Sarah Pellew, b 15 Nov. 1947, educ. Lond Univ. m. 1974, Faisal Hamzah Ghoth, of Medina, Saudi Arabia and has issue,

1. Arabi Faisal, b. 1974.
2. Ibrahim, b. 1976.

He m. 2ndly, 7 Sept. 1957, Hilary Frances Pape, dau. of late Capt Alfred Garbett Pape, of 20, Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, and d. Jan, 1992 Wimbledon, London and by her leaving issue,

3. Nicholas Charles Pellew, b. 22 Feb. 1959.
4. Philip Esmond Pellew, b. 7 Mar.1962.

3. Myles Addington Pellew, (Pinfold, Nursery Road, Walton Heath, Tadworth, Surrey), b. 18 May 1919, educ. Malvern, m. 26 Oct. 1957, Jill Primrose Twentyman Davis, b. 19_ d. 2 Jul. 2003, yst. dau. of Capt. Alfred Maurice Davis, O.B.E., of 124, Walton Street, S.W.3. and has issue,

1. Simon Du Pre Pellew, O.B.E., b. 28 Jan. 1959.
1. Alexandra Twentyman Pellew, b. 20 Mar. 1961.
2. Miranda Frances Pellew, b. 23 Jan. 1964.

4. Timothy Winthrop Pellew, M.I.C.E., (Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers)  Camb. M.A. (Master of Arts) 1947, hon. Capt. late R.E.M.E. of 31 Churchill Avenue, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, b. 4 Feb. 1921, m.15 Apr. 1950, Margaret Richmond Mewburn, dau. of Edmond George Hamilton Mewburn, of 20, Norfolk House, Courtlands, Richmond, Surrey (see Burke's L.G., Mewburn-Watson of Acombe) and has issue,

1. Fleetwood Timothy Pellew, b. 26 May 1952.
2. Adrian Harold Pellew, b. 16 Jan. 1954.
3. Owen Simon Pellew, b. 10 May 1958.
4. Colin David Pellew, b. 7 May 1961.
1. Mabel Audrey Pellew, b. 9 June 1955, m. 1983, Milenko Milicev, of Toronto, Canada.

1. Anne Pellew, b. 1915 m. 1stly, 3 May 1941 (m. dis. by div. 1947),Capt. John Pearce Gould, R.A.S.C., son of Hugh Pearce Gould. She m. 2ndly, 8 Feb. 1947, Denis Owen Burns (Clumps End, Lower Bourne, Farnham, Surrey), son of Samuel Burns, of Aughnahoe, Lisburn, co Antrim and d. 22 Jan. 2001

2.. John Edward Pellew, late R.N., b. 20 May 1886; d. 1913 m. 19_  ? and had issue,

1. ? Pellew.
2. ? Pellew.

1.. Dorothy Pellew, b. 18_ Christened 20 Dec 1872 India Office Ecclesiastical Returns-Bengal Presidency, Misc, India d. 19_ unm.

2.. Margaret Alma Pellew, b. 18_ Christened 28 Oct 1874 India Office Ecclesiastical Returns-Bengal Presidency, Misc, India d. 26 Feb. 1955, Whetcombe Barton, Trusham, Devon. m. 15 Aug. 1907, Frank Moss Bennett, Esq., b. 1874 d. 23 Feb. 1952, Whetcombe Barton, Trusham, Devon. Artist, of 188, Ebury Street, London, S.W.1, 2nd son of Henry Mellor Bennett, of Alipore, Croydon, and  had issue,

1. Edward Fleetwood Pellew Bennett, b. 19_ d. 19_  m. 19_ ? and had issue,

1. Nigel Bennett, b. 18 Aug. 1940

1. ? Bennett.
2. ? Bennett.

2. Hilary Bennett, b. 194_

1. ?
2. ?

3. Audrey Bennett, b. 194_

1. ?
2. ?

1. Barbara Bennett, b. 19_ d. unm 19_ Whetcombe Barton, Trusham, Devon.

3.. Anne Helen Pellew, b. 18_ d. 19 May 1924. m. 4 Jan. 1910, Edward Francis Wells, artist (Chelsea Arts Club) s. of William Howley Wells, Esq., of Evershot, Dorset, and  had issue,

1. ? Wells.
2. ? Wells.

4.. Caroline Pellew, b. 18_ d. 11 Apr. 1963 unm. 

5.. Constantia Langford Frances Pellew, b. 18_ d. 19_ m. 10 Oct. 1914, Henry Camville Layard of Andmer Drive, R.R.2, Sidney, B.C., Canada, 2nd son of Brownlow Villiers Layard F.R.G.S. Lieut.-Col. formerly Gloucester Regt. of Vesuvius Bay, Saltspring Island, British Columbia, Canada, b. 3 Jan 1838 m. 4 Nov. 1882 to Clara Lattey dau. of Robert John Lattey, J.P., of Deep Cove, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada leaving issue,

1. Camville Layard, b. 19_ d. 19_ m. Nov. 1951 Joan ?
2. ? Layard.
3. ? Layard.

5. Arthur Samuel Pellew, b. 29 Oct. 1841 d. 9 Oct. 1897 at Clifton in Gloucestershire. m. 18_ Farmer in South Africa leaving issue,

1.. ? Pellew.
2.. ? Pellew.

1. Elizabeth Julia Pellew, b. 1827 d. 16 July 1890. m. 19 Aug.1847, Rev. James Richard Anderson, b. 1825 d. 1872, 2nd son the Rev. Thomas Anderson and Lydia (Gould) of Felsham, and leaving issue,

1.. Edward Thomas Anderson, b. 1850, educ. King Edward VI School Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Indian Police. d. unm. 1872.
2.. James Winthrop Anderson, b. 1851 d. 18_ educ. King Edward VI School Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Emigrated to New Zealand 1872, Farmer. m. 1880 Margaret Montgomerie (b. 1862 d. 1914) 2nd dau. of Capt. Alexander Montgomerie of Annick Lodge, Ayrshire and Eaglesham, Wanganui, New Zealand and Elizabeth Wright and leaving issue,

1. James Richard Anderson (Rev.), b. 1881 d. 19_ m. Freda Bagnall  d.s.p.
2. Hugh Alexander
Anderson, b. 1887 d. 19_ Farmer m. Ruby Eleaner Pemberton (d. 1988) and leaving issue,

1. Frederick Hugh Anderson, b. 1919 d. 1941, Killed World War II.
2. James Pellew
Anderson, b. 1920 d. 1944, Killed World War II.
3. Geoffrey Pemberton
Anderson, b. 1924 m. 1946 Judith Mary Bignall and has issue,

1. s. Anderson.
2. s. Anderson.
1. dau. Anderson.
2. dau. Anderson.

1. Helen Margaret Anderson, b. 1883 d. 1971 m. 1910 George Le Heup Marshall (b. 1875 d. 1965) and leaving issue,

1. John Hannath Marshall, b. 1911 m. 1939 Margaret Kathleen Pearce and has issue,

1. s. Marshall.
2. s. Marshall.

2. Peter Le Heup Marshall, b. 1913 m. 19_ Nancy Loraine Chamberlain and has issue,

1. s. Marshall.
2. s. Marshal
l.
1. dau. Marshal
l.
2. dau. Marshal
l.

3. Alan Blake Marshall, b. 1915 m. 1941 Shirley Moore and has issue,

1. s. Marshall.
1. dau. Marshall.

4. Hugh Roger Marshall, b. 1916 d. 1941. Killed World War II
5. George Montgomerie Marshall, b. 1918 d. 1941. Killed World War II
6. Michael Marriott Marshall, b. 1920 m. 1951 Elsie Isabelle Grant and has issue,

1. dau. Marshall.
2. dau. Marshall.

1. Margaret Anderon Marshall, b. 1912 d. 1988 m. 19_ Brian Alston Cowper and leaving issue,

1. s. Cowper.
2. s. Cowper.
1. dau. Cowper.
2. dau. Cowper.

2. Helen Joy Marshall, b 1922
3. Jessie Merielina Marshall, b. 1925 m. 1946 Charles Eric Nairn and has issue,


1. s. Nairn.
2. s. Nairn.
1. dau. Nairn.
2. dau. Nairn.

2. Ethel Montgomerie Anderson, b. 1886 d. 1963 m. 1916 George Palmer and leaving issue, 

1. George Harry Palmer, b. 1920 m. 1946 Viola Isobel Pearce and has issue,

1. s. Palmer.
2. dau. Palmer.

2. Charles Robert Palmer, b. 1925 m. 1stly 1947 Daphne Olsen and has issue,

1. s. Palmer.
1. dau.
Palmer.

He m. 2ndly 1965 Marjorie Maud Riley.

3. Gladys Minna Anderson, b. 1890 d. unm. 1972.

3.. William Donald Anderson, b. 1853 d. 1923. educ. Marlborough College. Emigrated to New Zealand 1872, Farmer. m. 1879 Bettie Montgomerie, eldest dau. of Capt. Alexander Montgomerie of Annick Lodge, Ayrshire and Eaglesham, Wanganui, New Zealand and his wife Elizabeth Wright and  leaving issue,

1. William Edward Anderson, b. 1880 d. 1966. educ Wanganui Collegiate School, Wanganui. Farmer.
2. George Pellew Anderson, b. 1882 d. 1948. educ. King Edward VI School Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk and Canterbury Univ College Christchurch, New Zealand. Cival Engineer. m. 19_ Thora Bannister (b. 1893 d. 1989) and leaving issue,

1. Howard Pellew Anderson, b.1920. Lieut. R.N.Z.N.V.R., 1941-1946. Chartered Accountant, m. 1947 Joan Marian Benton (b. 1921) and has issue,

1. Judith Marian Anderson, b. 1948 m. 1970 Garry John Hadfield, has issue.
2. Helen Wynne Anderson, b. 1950 m.1973 Malcolm Bruce Peterson, has issue.
3. Janet Pellew Anderson, b. 1952 m. Francis Patrick Hogan, has issue.

2. Donald Spencer Anderson, b. 1925 m. 1stly 1954 Natalie Robertson Wallace (b. 1926 d. 1976) has issue,

1. s. Anderson.
1. dau. Anderson.

He m. 2ndly 1978 Margaret Devitt.

1. Audrey Jocelyn Anderson, b. 1915 m. 1stly 1941 Edward Groombridge Roscoe (b. 1911 d. 1944) Killed in World War II and leaving issue,

1. Alan Edward Roscoe b. 1942 m. Ngaira Wake has issue.

She m 2ndly. 1950 Alfred Stephen (b. 1913 d. 1993) and has issue,

1. Robin Stephen, b. 1951 m. 19_ June Alison Darling.
2. George Buchan Stephen, b. 1953 m. 19_ Karen Ruth Smith and has issue.
3. David Alfred Stephen, b. 1955 m. 19_ Mary Beatrice Wheller and has issue.

2. Dorothy Lane Anderson, b. 1917  d. unm. 19_

1. Constance Minna Anderson, b. 1884 d. 1939 m. Harry Bruce Lethbridge (b. 1880 d. 1951) and leaving issue,

1. Edric Wroth Bruce (Christopher) Lethbridge, b. 1928 d. 1997 m. 1stly 1958 Elaine Peach (div) and has issue,

1. s. Lethbridge.
2. s. Lethbridge.
1. dau. Lethbridge. d.
2. Jacqueline Lethbridge, BA. LLB

He m. 2ndly 1992 Moya Oxley.

1. Alice Bettie Lethbridge, b. 1912 d.1998 m. 1936 William James Bullen Tripe and leaving issue,

1. s. Tripe.
2. s. Tripe.
3. s. Tripe.
4. s. Tripe.
1. dau. Tripe.

2. Judith Minna Lethbridge, b. 1913 d. 19_ m. 1935 Alan Aldworth (b. 1909 d. 1979) and leaving issue,

1. s. Aldworth.
1. dau. Aldworth.

3. Mary Isobel Lethbridge, b. 1922 d. 19_ m. 1949 Nigel Maurice Campbell and leaving issue,

1. s. Campbell.
2. s. Campbell.
1. dau. Campbell.
2. dau. Campbell.

2. Hylda Elizabeth Anderson, b. 1890 d. 1965 m. 19_ Frank Oliver d.s.p.
3. Mary Montgomerie Anderson, b. 1896 d. 1970 m. 1922 Donald Henry Lea and
leaving issue,

1. s. Lea.
1. dau. Lea.

4.. Arthur Robert Anderson (Rev.), b. 1859 d. unm. 1951.
1.. Helen Margaret Anderson, b. 18_ d. 1952 m. 1884 William Forster Mills and
leaving issue,

1. Humphrey Pellew Forster Mills, b. 1885 d. 19_ m. 1stly 19_ and leaving issue,

1. dau. Mills.
2. dau. Mills.

He m. 2ndly 19_ ?

2. Alan William Fenwick Mills, b. 18_ d. 19_ m. 19_ Dorothy Spalding d.s.p.
1. Marion Helen Mills, b. 1887 d. unm. 19_
2. Honor Winthrop Mills, b. 1889 d. unm. 19_

2.. Florence Lydia Anderson, b. 1858 d. 1924 m. 1883 Rev. Hugh Hornby Birley (b. 1859 d.1958) and leaving issue,

1. Norman Pellew Birley, b. 1891 d. 19_ m. 1910 Eileen Morgan (d.1988) and leaving issue,

1. Michael Pellew Birley b. 07 Nov.1920 m. Ann Grover Street b. 20 Mar.1928 and had issue.
2. Hugh Lewis Hornby Birley b. 09 Jun.1923 m. Helen Gillian Leeson b.19 Jan.1929 and had issue.

1. Phyllis Mary Birley, b. 1885 d. 19_ m. 19_ Hubert Austen and leaving issue,

1. s. Austen.
2. s. Austen.
1. dau. Austen.
2. dau. Austen.

2. Hilda Frances Birley, b. 1888 d. unm. 1932.

3.. Mary Elizabeth Anderson, b. 1849 d. unm. 1880.
4.. Georgina Gertrude Anderson, b. 1863 d. unm. 1953.

2. Mary Anne Pellew, b. 1828  d. 18_ m. 11 Mar. 1852, Robert Hill Pinhey (b. 18_ d. 21 Aug 1896), Puisne Judge of the High Court of Bombay, civil service, of Sylvester House, Eastbourne, eldest son of Robert Pinhey, Esq., of the medical service, and leaving issue,

1.. Edward Pinhey, b. 1855
2.. Hugh Theodore Pinhey, b. 1858
3..
Lt. Col. Sir Alexander Fleetwood Pinhey, C.I.E., b. 10 July 1861. m. 1891, Violet Beatrice Gordon, dau. of late Lt Gen. Sir Henry William Gordon, K.C.B., (b.1818 d. 1887), d. 7 Apr. 1916 in Hyderabad, India, leaving issue,

1. s. Pinhey.
2. Louis Alexander Gordon Pinhey O.B.E., b. 28 Oct. 1901 d. 20 Oct. 1988. (New Forrest Nursing Home, Fritham House, Fritham, Stoney Cross, Hampshire) Major Indian Army. Indian political service.
3. Kenneth Fleetwood Gordon Pinhey, b. 1896 d. Thu. 27 Aug. 1917 (aged 21) Lieutenant "A" Bty. 83rd Bde., Royal Field Artillery
1. dau. Pinhey.
2. dau. Pinhey.

4.. Arthur Francis Pinhey I.C.S, b. 1863 d. 19_  Author of  "The Portraiture of Edward Pellew, First Viscount Exmouth"
5.. Winthrop Molyneux Pinhey, Lt R A , b.1871 d. 2 Mar. 1894
6.. Henry Pellew Douglas Pinhey, b.1872 d. 19_
7.. Charles Codrington Pinhey, b.1872
(twin) d. 19_ and had issue,

1. Edith Marion Pinhey, b. 1901, Brant County, Ontario, Canada, d. 1977, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, USA. m. Donald Palmer Cavin, born 1900, Princeton, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, died 1973, Pontiac.and had issue,

1. George Edward “Ted” Cavin, PH.D, b. _ d. _
2. Donald Charles Cavin, Ed. D, b. _
3. Doroth Jean “Dot” Cavin, b. _
.

1.. Emily Pinhey, b. 1857 d. 19_
2.. Mary Georgina Pinhey, b. 1868 d. 19_

3. Emma Susan Pellew, b. 18_ d. 6 Sept. 1909. m. 25 July 1856, William D'Oyly, Esq., late Bombay C.S., (Civil Service) and leaving issue,

1.. Guy Pellew D'Oyly, b. 1859
2.. Claud Pellew D'Oyly, b. 1866
1.. Maud Helen D'Oyly,
18_  
2.. Constance Frances D'Oyly,
18_
3.. Evelyn Bruere D'Oyly, 18_
 
4.. Mabel Emily D'Oyly, b. 18_ d. 1909

4. Frances Helen Pellew, b. 17 Apr.1835 London, d. 7 May 1917. m. 19 Aug. 1858 London Rt. Hon. Sir Louis Mallet, Knt., C.B., (Companion of the Order of the Bath) b. 14 Mar. 1823 d. 16 Feb. 1890 at Bath leaving issue,

1.. Sir Bernard Mallet, b 17 Sept. 1859 d. 28 Oct 1932 m. 11 July 1891 Marie Constance Adeane dau. of Henry John Adeane and Lady Elizabeth Philippa Yorke and had issue,

1. Sir Victor Alexander Louis Mallet, C.V.O., (Commander, Royal Victorian Order) G.C.M.G. (Knight Grand Cross, Order of St. Michael and St. George) British Ambassador to Spain 1945-1946 British Ambassador to Italy 1947-1953. b.9 Apr. 1893 d. 19_ m. 12 May 1925 Christina Jean Andreae b. 1904 d. 19_ and had issue,

1. David Victor Mark Mallet, b.19_ m. 1984 Hon. Laura Aitken dau. of Sir John William Maxwell Aitken, 2nd Bt., and Violet de Trafford and has issue.

1. David Sonny Victor Maxwell Mallet, b. 1984

1. Anne Marie Mallet, b 19_ m. 19_ Patrick Theobald Tower Butler, Baron Dunboyne

2. Henry Arthur Adeane Mallet, b.1898

2.. Stephen Pellew Mallet, b. 26 Aug 1860 d. 16 Mar. 1917 Bristol  m. 17 Dec. 1895 Genève, Suisse, Isabelle de LA Rive of Pressinge, Suisse b. 11 Jul. 1871 d. 19_ and had issue,

1. Sylvia Helen Mallet, b. 12 Oct. 1897
2. Oliver Mallet, b. 20 Dec. 1899

3.. Sir Louis du Pau Mallet, b. 10 Jul. 1864 d. 19_
4.. Hugo Eugène Mallet, b. 9 Dec. 1865 m. 30 Jul. 1902 Bristol, Elizabeth Wyatt Fry b. 31 Jul. 1861 d. 19_

5. Georgina Caroline Pellew, b. 1844 d. 23 Apr. 1934. m. 19 Aug. 1858, Frederick Howard, Esq., He d. 13 July 1904 leaving issue,

1.. Sybil Margaret Howard.
2.. Cecily Joane Howard.

1... Hon. Emma Mary Pellew, b. 18 Jan. 1785 Truro, Cornwall, d. 3 Mar. 1835 (aged 50) Teignmouth. m. 7 Sept. 1803 Mylor, Cornwall, Admiral. Sir Lawrence William Halsted, G.C.B., (Grand Cross of the Bath). Admiral of the White, R.N., b. 2 Apr. 1764 , Gosport. d. 22 Apr. 1841, Stoke Damerel and leaving issue,

1.. Col. William Anthony Halsted, b. 20 Nov. 1805 Plymouth, Devon. m. 00 Jan 18_  Georgina ? and had issue,

1. son ? Halsted, d. unm.
1
. Inva Halsted, b. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ Capt. K. Money (Irish family) and had issue,

1.  ?  William Money Capt. R.N. b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 30 Sept. 1943
2. son ? Money, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ ? and had issue,

1. Peter Money, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 1943.
1. Una Money, b. 00 Jan. 18_? d. unm. 00 Jan. 1948.
2. Nina Grace Money, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_

3. Nina Grace Money, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_

2. Georgina Money

2..Vice-Admiral Edward Pellew Halsted, R.N., b. 28 Dec. 1807 Teignmouth, Devon, d. unm. 17 Jul. 1873. - 26 Jan. 1829 Lieutenant, 6 Dec. 1836 Commander, 15 Apr. 1842 Captain, 12 Apr. 1862 Rear-Admiral, 24 May 1867 Vice Admiral, 1 Apr. 1870 Retired Rear- Admiral.
3.. Charles Frankland Fleetwood Halsted, Commissioner Indian Civil Service in Burma, b. 13 Oct. 1817, Phoenix Lodge, Alton, Hampshire d. unm. 00 Jan 18_
4.. Lawrence George H
alsted, Lieut. R.N., b. 17 Aug. 1820, Phoenix Lodge, Alton, Hampshire d. unm. 7 Nov. 1846 "died suddenly" in the Far East whilst serving on board HMS Spiteful.
1.. Emma Mary Halsted, b. 13 Oct. 1804 d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 27 Oct. 1834, Tor, Devon , Rev George Martin Braune (Vicar of Selby, 1851) and had issue,

1. Emma Marianne Braune, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. Charles James (Stark) Skipper, of Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ and had issue,

1. Vera Georgina Pellew Skipper b. 00. May 1876, Norwich d. 27 Jan. 1961 m. 11 August 1900 (as his 2nd wife) Charles Middleton Robert Douglas Lane, b. 00 Jan. 1864, d. 20 Aug. 1931 and had issue,

1. Charles Ivor Campbell Douglas Lane Cdr. R.N. , b. 7 Dec. 1902 d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 6 Feb. 1945 Cara Esmé Doyle eldest dau. of Harold Marmion Doyle FIC, FCS, AMIMechE, MICE, FIF of Dawtreys, Barling, Essex and had issue,

1. ? Lane

2. Gordon Middleton Douglas Lane, b. 12 Ap. 1905 d. 00 Jan. 1982 of 13 Eberley Lane, Bear Street, Barnstaple, Devon.
1. Gladys Mary Douglas Lane, b. 24 Mar. 1904 d. 00 Jan. 18_

2.. Susan Amelia Halsted, b. 13 Nov. 1809 Gosport, Hampshire d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 14 Sept. 1835 at Greenwich Hospital Richard Maxwell Fox Esq, b. 1816 d. 1856 of Foxhall; M.P. for Co. Longford and had issue,

1. Lieut. Francis Fox, Longford Rifles, b 00 Jan. 1836 d. 3 Apr. 1855 (aged 19) drowned in Lough Gowne.
2. Richard (Dick ) Fox, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. Emily 00 Jan 18_ ? and had issue,

1. ? Fox
2. ? Fox

1. Annie Fox, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ (as his 2nd wife) Col Ralph A. Dopping- Hepenstal, D.L., of Derry Cassin, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ and had issue,

1. Ralph Dopping-Hepenstal, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ ?. educ. at King William's School, Isle of Man.
2. Maxwell Edward (Max) Dopping-Hepenstal CBE, DSO. b. 7 Mar. 1872 d. unm. 2 Aug. 1965 Duncan, B.C. Canada, Col Commanding in the 1st KGO. Ghurkha Rifles.
1. Annie Dopping-Hepenstal, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. unm. 00 Jan. 18_ (died young)
2. dau. ?
Dopping-Hepenstal, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. in infancy 00 Jan. 18_ (twin).
3. Junanita 
Dopping-Hepenstal, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. unm. 00 Jan. 18_ (twin).

3.. Julia Pellew Halsted, b. 19 Aug. 1811 Shaldon, near Alton, Hampshire d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Aug. 1834 at Coldstream, Scotland (her widowed uncle-in-law) Captain Richard Harward R.N., b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. dsp. 2 May 1845 Geneva, Switzerland. 

She m. 2ndly, Count Albert Von Borstell (Paul Wilhelm Ludwig Hans Heinrich Albert Von Borstell) and had issue,

1. Albert Von Borstell (Herrmann Hans Heinrich Carl Albert Von Borstell), b. 00 Jan 184? bapt. 26 Oct 1852, Evangelisch, Baden-Baden, d. 00 Jan 18_?

4.. Louisa Caroline Halsted, b. 22 Oct. 1813 Phoenix Lodge, Alton, Hampshire d. 00 Jan. 18_ Possibly the authoress of "The Life of Richard III". If so, she was described by her uncle, the Rev George Pellew, in 1847 as Miss Halsted.
5.. Elizabeth Hamilton H
alsted, b. 24 Oct. 1815 Phoenix Lodge, Alton, Hampshire d. unm.00 Jan. 18_
6.. Jane Plumer H
alsted, b. 20 Jul. 1822 at Phoenix Lodge, Alton, Hampshire d. unm. 00 Jan. 18_
7.. Marianne Winthrope H
alsted, b. 4 Mar. 1829 St Germain en Laye, Paris, France. d. 00 Jan. 1918 m. Wed 29 Dec. 1853 St Kilda's, Melbourne, Australia, Lieut. William Crawford R.N., b. 00 Jan 1811 d. 9 Nov. 1862 and had issue,

1. Capt. Lawrence Hugh Crawford R.N.R., C.B., Elder Brother of Trinity House, b. 5 Jan 1856 Melbourne, Australia, d. unm 19 Oct. 1918.
2. William Crawford, b. 23 Oct. 1857 Melbourne, Australia, d. unm. 00 Jan 18_ (killed by aborigines in the Australian outback)
1. Catherine Crawford, b. 31 Oct 1854 Melbourne, Australia, d. unm. 00 Jan 1942
2. Louisa Crawford, b. 2 Aug. 1859 Melbourne, Australia, d. 12 Oct. 1950 buried in Harpley Churchyard m. 00 Jan 18_ Rev. Paul Kemp Lyon b. 20 Mar. 1858 d. 14 May 1944 buried in Harpley Churchyard , "A good soldier of Christ" and had issue,

1. Major William Roy Lyon J.P. (Worcestershire) b, 3 Mar. 1889 in NW Canada d. 27 Oct. 1959 m. 19 Aug. 1919 Ruth Evangeline Evans b. 15 Jun 1885 d. 16 Nov. 1963, dau of Patrick Fleming Evans of Harpley House, Worcester and had issue,

1. Margaret Karina Lyon, b. 00 Jan 19_ d. 00 Jan 19_ m. ? 

2. Wallace Adelbert Lyon, b. 5 Apr 1892 Mostrim Rectory, Edgeworths Town, Co. Longford, Ireland d. 00 Jan. 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ Vera King, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan. 18_ and had issue.

1. ? Lyon

3. Lawrence Gordon Lyon, Lieut. in the Royal Canadian Regiment, b. 00 Jan 18_ Mostrim Rectory, Edgeworths Town, Co. Longford, Ireland d. unm. k. in action 00 Jan 1918.

3. Frances Crawford, b. 14 Jun. 1861 Melbourne, Australia d. dsp 00 Jan 18_ m. 00 Jan 18_ Capt. Loane R.N., b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 00 Jan 18_
4. Wilhelmina Crawford, b. 13 Nov. 1862 Melbourne, Australia d. 31 Nov. 1862 (18 days old)

2... Hon. Julia Pellew, bapt. 31 May 1789 Mylor, Cornwall, d. 26 Dec. 1831. m. 11 Jan. 1810, Captain Richard Harward, R.N., b. 00 Jan. 18_ and d. dsp. 2 May 1845 Geneva, Switzerland. He m. 2ndly 00 Aug. 1834 Coldstream, Scotland Julia Pellew Halsted, his niece by marriage, b. 19 Aug. 1811 Shaldon, near Alton, Hampshire d. 00 Jan. 18_ , 3rd dau of  Admiral. Sir Lawrence William Halsted, G.C.B.

The Right Hon. EDWARD PELLEW, Viscount and Baron EXMOUTH of Canonteign, a Baronet, and LL.D., (Doctor of Law) was a G.C.B., (Knight Grand Cross of the Bath) and a K.C.B., (Knight Commander of the Bath), Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom, and Admiral of the Red Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, also of the Royal and distinguished Order of Charles the Third of Spain, Of the Military Order of William of the Netherlands, Of the Royal Sicilian Order of St. Ferdinand and Merit, Of the Military Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazare of Sardinia, and Knight of the Most Honourable and Most Ancient Order of the Annunciation of the Royal House of Savoy, High Steward of Great Yarmouth, and one of the Elder Brethren of the Hon. Corporation of the Trinity House.

His Lordship d. Wednesday 23 Jan. 1833, (aged 76) at West Cliff House, Teignmouth, Devon and was buried in the family vault at St James's Parish Church, Christow, Devon. and was s. by his eldest son.

POWNOLL BASTARD, 2nd Viscount Exmouth, b. 1 July 1786, bapt. 4 July 1786, Mylor, Cornwall. Capt. R.N., MP., (Member of Parliament Launceston 1816) m. 1stly, 1 Oct. 1808 (div. 1820), Eliza Harriet Barlow, b. 1789 d. 1833, eldest dau. of Sir George Hilaro Barlow, 1st Bart., and had issue,

1. EDWARD, 3rd Viscount Exmouth.

2. Hon. Percy Taylor Pellew, an officer in Madras Cavalry, b. 15 Apr. 1814, bapt. 29 May 1814, West Teignmouth Devon d. 31 Dec. 1848, (aged 34) m. May 1836 Anne-Amelia Lascelles (d. 7 June 1905), 3rd dau. of Francis Lascelles, Esq., and Gertrude Molesworth (dau. of Maj. Gen. Arthur Molesworth, E.I.C.M.S. b. 17_ d. 1843 and Mary Kearney, b.? d. 1860) and had issue,

1. Percy Lindsay Pellew. b. 18_ bapt. at Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield, Sussex. m. 18_ d. 19_ and had issue,

1.. ? Pellew
2.. ? Pellew

1. Gertrude Pellew, b. 18_  d. 9 June 1867 m. 8 May 1861 Capt. Granville Frederick John Lewin, (b. christened 15 Sep 1830 All Souls, St. Marylebone, London) Indian Army, eldest son of Sir Gregory Allnutt Lewin, Q.C., and Elizabeth Caroline and had issue,

1.. ? Lewin
2.. ? Lewin

1. Hon. Juliana (Julia) Sarah Pellew, bapt. 15 June 1816 Saint Mary, St. Marylebone Road, St. Marylebone, London, m. 14 Sep. 1836 at St James's Parish Church, Christow, by the Hon. and Very Rev. George Pellew, the Dean of Norwich, Thomas Veale Lane, Esq., (Camborne) the eldest son of the Rev. Richard Lane, of Coffleet and Bradley House, Devon and d. 31 Aug. 1891. He d. 25 Nov. 1888 leaving issue,

1. Julia Lucy Lane, m. July 1859 to Henry Author Hoare, Esq., of Warrendon Hall, Bucks and Oxendon, Devon, leaving issue,

1.. ? Hoare
2.. ? Hoare

2. Georgiana Harriette Lane, b. 17 Dec. 1840. d.19_ m. 21 Feb. 1860 at St Andrews, Plymouth, Octavius Phillpotts, Esq., youngest son of Henry Phillpotts the Bishop of Exeter. d. "Bradley" Woburn Sands 3 Mar. 1910, buried at Wavendon Beds./ Bucks. and leaving issue,

1.. Barrington H. A. Phillpotts  b. 30 Nov. 1860 at Mutley, Plymouth. 
2.. Percy W. Phillpotts b. 13 Dec. 1861 at Mutley, Plymouth, m. Ida Wright, dau. of F. Wright of Cliffe Rochester, d. on 8th June 1927.
3.. Hugh C. Phillpotts b. 26 July 1863 at Mutley, Plymouth.
4.. Frank G. H. Phillpotts b. 2 Sept. 1864 at Mutley, Plymouth, m. 20 Nov. 1902 Gertrude Richards, b. 1861, at Dannevirke, New Zealand.

3. Louisa Emily Lane, b. 18_ d. 19_
4. Gertrude Jeanette Lane, b. 18_ d. 19_

His Lordship m. 2ndly, 15 Apr. 1822, Saint Mary Magdalen, Richmond, Surrey, Georgina Janet Dick (d. 15 Feb. 1870), eldest dau of Mungo Dick, Esq., and by her had issue,

3. Hon. Pownoll Fleetwood Pellew, b. 26 July 1823, lieut. R.N., d. Christmas Day, 25 December 1851, after a short but fatal illness, (aged 28) buried at Portsmouth. Memorial, formerly in the Royal Garrison Church, reads as follows:

IN MEMORY OF THE HON. POWNOLL FLEETWOOD PELLEW R.N. GRANDSON OF ADMIRAL VISCOUNT EXMOUTH.
HE DIED AT PORTSMOUTH ON CHRISTMAS DAY, 1854, FIRST LIEUTENANT OF THE ROYAL YACHT "VICTORIA AND ALBERT"
 AFTER A SHORT AND SEVERE ILLNESS, AGED 28 YEARS "THE BELOVED SON OF A WIDOWED MOTHER"

4. Hon. Fleetwood John Pellew, b. 6 Nov. 1830, St Mary Hall, Oxford 1849. d. 2 Aug. 1866, (aged 36) m. 28 Apr. 1860, Emily Sarah Ferguson, b. 1841 Down, Ireland d. 30 May 1913,  yst. dau. of Thomas Ferguson, Esq., (b. 26 Oct. 1795, d. 7 Jan. 1859 of Greenville, co. Down, Ireland and of Ryde, Isle of Wight and Emma Benyon, m. 12 Feb. 1827 d. 27 Nov. 1860, and  having by her - (who m. 2ndly, 5 Sept. 1871, Octavius Bradshaw, J.P. (Justice of the Peace) D.L. (Deputy Lord Lieutenant) Sheriff 1884, of Barcombe, Paignton and of Kenbury, Exeter, and by him having issue, a son b. 1875 and 2 daus. b. 23 Jan. 1877, and b. 20 Mar. 1882) - issue,

1. EDWARD FLEETWOOD JOHN, 4th Viscount Exmouth.

2. William Addington Winthrop Pellew, b. 21 Oct. 1862. educ. Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881. Adm. pens. (age 19) at MAGDALENE, 7 Oct. 1881.  Died, unmarried, 16 Dec.1908. (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B. (sub Exmouth). View full context Alumni Cantabrigienses From 1752 to 1900: Volume 5, p.229.

5. Hon. Barrington Reynolds Pellew, Major, Rifle Brigade, and A.D.C. to Gen. Sir C.Van Straubenzee, K.C.B., (Knight Commander of the Bath), b 18 Apr. 1833; served with distinction in the Kaffir War, at the siege of Sebastopol, the storming of Canton, and at the assault and capture of Lucknow. He d. 6 Dec. 1858.(aged 25) of dysentery and buried at Dilkusha, Lucknow.

2. Hon. Caroline Emma Pellew, b. 18_ d. 2 Mar. 1832

His Lordship d. 2 December 1833, (aged 47) and was s. by his eldest son. Seats - Canonteign, Devon: Treverry, Cornwall: West Cliff House, Teignmouth, Devon: London Residence: 1 Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington, London W8.

EDWARD, 3rd Viscount Exmouth, b. 14 Feb. 1811, bapt. 3 Mar. 1813 Saint Martin in The Fields, Westminster, London. m. 1850, Madame Madeline-Honorine Dobrowolska, b. 00 Jan. 18_ d. 22 Jan. 1870 Kensington, London, of Paris, France, dau. of  ? Dobrowolski  and ? of ? and had issue,

1. Edward Ferdinand Pellew, b. 29 Jan 1844 in Paris, France. d. Sept. 1885 (aged 41) Kensington, London. m. ? 18_ School, Bucks. (private).  Matric. Michs. Adm. pens. at TRINITY, 19 Mar. 1861; LL.B., (Bachelor of Law) 1866; LL.M., (Master of Law) 1870. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 12 Nov. 1862. Called to the Bar, 30 Apr. 1866. On the Western Circuit. Revising barrister for South Wilts. Secretary to the Royal Commission on Railway Accidents. (Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar. - View full context Alumni Cantabrigienses From 1752 to 1900: Volume 5) and had issue,

1. ? Pellew.
2. ? Pellew.

His Lordship d. 11 February 1876. (aged 65) 'died s.p.' (without issue, L. sine prole) being s. by his nephew. London Residence: 1 Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington, London W8.

 

EDWARD FLEETWOOD JOHN, 4th Viscount Exmouth, D.L., (Deputy Lord Lieutenant) Devon, J.P. (Justice of the Peace) co. Devon, Capt. 5th Voluntary Battalion, Devon Regiment, formerly Lieut. Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 24 June 1861, m. 3 June 1884 in the Parish of Arborfield, Berkshire, Edith Hargreaves (d. 26 Aug. 1914), dau. of Thomas Hargreaves, Esq., (see Burke's L.G.), of Arborfield Hall, Berkshire, and had issue,

1. EDWARD ADDINGTON HARGREAVES, 5th Viscount Exmouth.

1. Hon. Georgina Cicely Pellew, b. 18 Dec. 1885; d. unm. 17 May 1930 (St Hilarian, Exmouth & Ladies Club, 7 Northernhay Place, Exeter)

His Lordship d. 31 October 1899, (aged 38) and was s. by his only son.

EDWARD ADDINGTON HARGREAVES, 5th Viscount Exmouth, b. 12 Nov. 1890. Late Lieut. 7th Service Battalion, Royal Berks Regt. and R.F.C., (Royal Flying Corps)

His Lordship d. unm. 16 August 1922, (aged 32) when he was s. by his cousin.

 

HENRY EDWARD, 6th Viscount Exmouth, b. 26 Apr. 1828. Only s. of the Hon Very Rev. George Pellew (Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1812, D.D.), Dean of Norwich and Frances Addington, dau. of Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth. educ. Eton. Matric. Michs. Trin. Coll. Camb. 24 Apr. 1846; B.A., (Bachelor of Arts) 1850; M.A., (Master of Arts) 1853. Rowing 'blue,' 1849.  Incorp. at University College, Oxford, 9 July 1870. One of the founders of Keble College, Oxford; on the Council, 1871-3. Went to America, 1873, where he was naturalized. Organized, with Theodore Roosevelt, Bureau of Charities in New York. Married 1stly, 5 Oct. 1858, Eliza Jay (b. 1823 d. 22 Dec. 1869), dau. of the Hon. Judge William Jay, (b. 16 Jun. 1789) of New York, USA., granddaughter of John Jay (b. 12 Dec. 1745 d. 17 May 1829, President of the continental congress, Governor of NY, Chief Justice of NY Supreme Court, Chief Justice of US Supreme Court) Al. Oxon., Burke, P. and B. (sub Exmouth); Fox-Davies, Armorial Families) and had issue,

1. William Henry Edward George Pellew, b. Cowes, Isle of Wight 18 Jun. 1859; d. unm. New York 18 Feb. 1893 (aged 34) buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, D.C. A graduate of Harvard (law degree) He was a writer of New York city; and the author of Jane Austen's Novels, a Dissertation; In Castle and Cabin, or Talks in Ireland; Woman and the Commonwealth; and Life of John Jay.

2. CHARLES ERNEST, 7th Viscount Exmouth.

1. Violet Lisa Mary Pellew, d. an infant, 7 Oct. 1870.

His Lordship m. 2ndly, 14 May 1873, Augusta Jay (b. 29 May 1833 d. 24 Jan. 1917 buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, D.C.), yst dau. of the Hon Judge William Jay, (b. 16 Jun. 1789) of New York, USA., granddaughter of John Jay (b. 12 Dec. 1745 d. 17 May 1829, President of the continental congress, Governor of NY, Chief Justice of NY Supreme Court, Chief Justice of US Supreme Court) and by her had issue,

2. Marion Jay Pellew, b. 13 July 1878. (The Heights, Aiken, South Carolina, USA) d. 12 May 1954 Aiken, South Carolina and had issue

1. ?

His Lordship d. 4 February 1923, (aged 95) Washington, D.C. buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, D.C. (Lot 48 East) and was s. by his only surv. son.

CHARLES ERNEST, 7th Viscount Exmouth, Fell. of Chemical Soc. and mem. of American Federation of Art and other art and scientific organizations, served as Capt. in the Signal Corps of the United States Vols. during Spanish- American War. b. 11 Mar. 1863 London, England, m. 1stly, 1886, Margaret Walton Craig Chandler (d. 3 May 1922), dau. of Prof. Charles. Frederick. Chandler, of New York, USA., and had issue,

1. Hon. Anna Craig Pellew, b. 13 Apr. 1889; d. unm. Jan. 1928

His Lordship m. 2ndly, 12 May 1923, Mabel Gray (d. 28 Mar. 1949), dau. of Richard Gray, of Queen's Co., Ireland, and San Francisco, USA. He was re-admitted to British Nationality 1931.

His Lordship d. 7 June 1945, (aged 82) and was buried in the family vault at St James's Parish Church, Christow, Devon and was s. by his kinsman, Residence - Highcombe Edge, Hindhead, Surrey.

 

EDWARD IRVING POWNOLL, 8th Viscount Exmouth, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., O.B.E., (Order of the British Empire) b. 3 May 1868, at Plymouth. s. of  Capt. Pownoll William Pellew, R.N, of 17 Rue Bayard, Pau, France and Château de Bellevue, Laroin, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France, and Mary Elizabeth Bagnell, dau. of the Rev. John Armstrong Bagnell,  son of Rev. Hon. Edward Pellew, 4th son of 1st Viscount Exmouth. Educated Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 30 May 1887; Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A., 1890. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., (Member of the Royal Collage of Surgeons); L.R.C.P., (Licentiate of the Royal Collage of Physicians) 1901. Of Canonteign, nr Exeter, Devon and Chateau de Bellevue, Laroin, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France; Served in the Great War, 1914-18, Capt., R.A.M.C., (Royal Army Medical Corps); O.C., (Officer Commanding); 37th M.A.C.; Town Sanitary Officer, Peronne, Somme, France. Member Royal Agic. Soc., Chevalier de Mérité Agricole, France. Married 1902, Frances Adelaide Thérèsa Edwards b. 1883 Billère, Pau, France d. 1963 and is buried in Pau, France, dau. of Alfred Wells Edwards, Esq., Succeeded cousin as 8th Viscount Exmouth, 1945. Died 19 Aug. 1951 at Lustleigh Manor, Lustleigh, Devon (aged 83) and was buried in the family vault at St James's Parish Church, Christow, Devon, [Clifton Coll. Reg.; Medical Directories; Burke, P. and  B. (sub Exmouth); Burke, O.B.E. View full context Alumni Cantabrigienses From 1752 to 1900: Volume 5.] and had issue,

1.. POWNOLL IRVING EDWARD, 9th Viscount Exmouth,

1..Hon. Rose Mary Pellew of Le Boué, Jurançon, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France, b. 25 Sept. 1903 d. 23 Aug. 1985 (aged 82) and is buried in Pau Cemetery, 64 Pyrénées Atlantiques, France, m. 25 Sept. 1942 (m. dis. by div. 1949), Maurice Louis Odilon Van de Goor, son of Cmdr. Maurice Van de Goor, of Antwerp, Belgium, She assumed the surname of Pellew in lieu of Van de Goor 1949 and had issue,

1. Odette Pellew Van de Goor, b. 20 Aug. 1943, Pau, France d. 22 Dec. 2010 (aged 67) and is buried in Pau Cemetery, 64 Pyrénées Atlantiques, France and has issue,

1. Jean-Christophe, b. 4 Apr. 1961, Pau, France. m. 29 Dec. 1987 Maria Tsaglis, b. 1 Dec. 1962 (Djibouti) of Athens, Greece and has issue,

1. Maurice, b. 16 Nov. 1992, Athens, Greece.
1. Anais, b. 16 Apr. 1989, Athens, Greece.
2. Rosemary, b. 9 May 1994, Athens, Greece.

2. Paulette Pellew Van de Goor, b. 20 Aug. 1943, (twin), Pau, France. m. 00 Jan. 19_ Alfred Barbe, b. 00 Jan. 1939, of Gan, France and has issue,

1.. Frédéric, b. 00 Jan. 1967, Pau, France. m. 19_ Sandrine Cazenave, b. 1972 and has issue,

1. Justine, b. 00 Jan. 2003.
2. Charline, b. 00 Jan. 2003.

1.. Marina, b. 00 Jan. 1965, Pau, France. m. 19_ George Gardet, b. 1965 and has issue,

1. Damien, b. 00 Jan. 1985.
2. Gauthier, b. 00 Jan. 1991.
1. Maylis, b. 00 Jan. 1988.

2.. Bérengère, b. 00 Jan. 1969, Pau, France. m. 19_ Norbert Flouret, b. 1962 and has issue,

1. Thibault, b. 00 Jan. 1995.
2. Helintsia, b. 00 Jan. 1992.

His Lordship d. 19 August 1951, (aged 83) and was succeeded by his son.

 

CREATIONS - Baronet, 18 March 1796. Baron, 1 June, 1814. Viscount, 10 December 1816.
ARMS - Gu. (Gules), a lion, passant-guardant, in chief two chaplets of laurel, or; on a chief of augmentation, wavy, arg., a representation of Algiers, with a British man-of-war before it, all ppr.
CREST - Upon waves of the sea, the wreck of the Dutton, East Indiaman, upon a rocky shore, off Plymouth garrison, all ppr.
SUPPORTERS - Dexter, a lion guardant or, navally crowned, az., resting the sinister hind paw upon a decrescent, arg. (Argent); sinister, a male figure, representing slavery, trousers, arg., striped. az. (Azure), the upper part of the body naked, holding in the sinister hand broken chains, ppr., the dexter arm elevated, and holding a cross, or (Or).
MOTTOES - Over crest, "
Deo Adjuvante"; under shield, "Algiers".
SEAT - Canonteign, nr. Exeter, Devon.

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