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STANHOPE, MR. 1761-63, as Z077/ M^y^ow 1763.

Charles, entered 24 Sep. 1761 {F . Tonge), fee
^5-5-0 ; 2nd s. Philip, 2nd Earl Stanhope, by
Grizel, dau. Charles (Hamilton), styled Lord
Binning; b. 3 Aug. 1753; on the death of his
elder brother {q.v), 6 June 1763, was styled Lord
Mahon ; went with his family to Geneva and there
developed scientific tastes ; sometime an officer in
the Swiss militia ; M.P. for Chipping Wycombe
1780-86; succeeded as 3rd Earl Stanhope 7 Mar.
1786; F.R.S. ; invented the Stanhope printing
press &c. ; m. (i) 19 Dec. 1774 Hester, e. dau.
William (Pitt), ist Earl of Chatham : she d. 20 July
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STANHOPE, 1780; (2) 17 Mar. 1781 Louisa, dau. and heir
MR. cont.oi Hon. Henry Grenville ; d. 15 Dec. 1816.
(G.E.C., Complete Peerage ; Diet. Nat. Biog)

STANHOPE, MR. 1767-70.

Henry Fitzroy, younger s. William S., 2nd Earl of
Harrington, by Caroline, e. dau. Charles (Fitzroy),
2nd Duke of Grafton; b. 29 Mar. 1754; cornet
15th light dragoons 17 Mar. 1772 ; lieut. and
capt. 1st foot guards 11 Feb. 1776 &c. ; M.P.
for Bramber 1782-84; m. Elizabeth Faulkner;
d. 20 Aug. 1828 in Curzon Street, Mayfair.
(Burke, P. and B. ; Gent. Mag. 1828, ii. 283 a ;
Army Lists)

STANHOPE 1765-70.

Philip Dormer, entered 26 July 1765 {Newman),
fee ^i-i-o ; s. Charles S., by Catherine Margaret,
dau. Thomas Cope Freeman, of Abbots Langley,
CO. Hertford; b. 12 Feb., bap. i Mar. 1752 at
St. John's, Westminster ; K.S. 1765 ; admitted
scholar at King's College, Cambridge, 27 May
1771 ; expelled for misconduct in 1772 ; in India
1773-78, where he served under the nabob of
Arcot ; cornet ist dragoon guards 5 Apr. 1780 ;
ensign 12th foot ii June 1781 till 1784; author
of Genuine Memoirs of Asiaticus ; m. 10 Jan.
1780 Elizabeth Hughes. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ;
Genealogist, New Series, xvii. 91 ; Genuine
Memoirs of Asiaticus, 1784.)

STANIER 1757-58.

Perhaps one of the Shropshire Staniers.

STANLEY, MR. 1764-70 ma.

Edward Smith, entered 6 Sep. 1764 {M. Toung),
fee ;^3-3-o ; e.s. James Smith S., styled Lord
Strange of Preston, by Lucy, 2nd dau. Hugh
Smith, of Weald Hall, co. Essex ; b. 12 Sep. 1752 ;
admitted fellow-commoner at Trinity College,
Cambridge, I Feb. 1771 ; re-admitted as nobleman
15 Dec. 1771 ; M.A. 1773; M.P. for Lancashire
1774-76 ; succeeded his grandfather as 12th
Earl of Derby 22 Feb. 1776; m. (i) 23 June
1774 Elizabeth, only dau. James (Hamilton), 6th
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STANLEY, Duke of Hamilton and Brandon : she d. 14 Mar.
MR. cont. 1797 ; (2) i May 1797 Elizabeth, dau. George
Farren, apothecary, of Cork; he d. 21 Oct. 1834.
(Burke, P. and B. ; Irin. Coll., Camb., Adm)

STANLEY, LORD 1789-92.

Edward Smith, s. Edward Smith S., 12th Earl
of Derby {see previous entry) ; b. 21 Apr. 1775 ;
admitted nobleman at Trinity College, Cambridge,
4 July 1792 ; matric. 1793 ; M.A. 1795 ; M.P.
for Preston 1796-1812 ; for Lancashire 1812-32 ;
created Baron Stanley of Bickerstaffe 22 Dec. 1832 ;
succeeded as 13th Earl of Derby 21 Oct. 1834;
K.G. 1839 5 president of the Linnaean and
Zoological societies ; m. 30 June 1798 Charlotte
Margaret, 2nd dau. Rev. Geoffrey Hornby (q.v.) ;
d. 30 June 1851 ; portrait by Lawrence in the
provost's lodge at Eton. (Burke, P. and B. ;
Trtn. Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Cust, Eton Portraits.)

STANLEY 1788-93 {Tonge, Goodall).

Edward, s. Edward S., by Julia, dau. John
Christian, of Ewanrigg, co. Cumberland ; bap.
3 May 1776 at Workington in same county; K.S,

1788 ; admitted pensioner at St. John's CoUege,
Cambridge, 6 Feb. 1794; B.A. 1798 ; M.A. 1822 ;
rector of Plumbland, co. Cumberland, 1802 ;
of Harrington 1822 ; of Workington 1831 ; first
cousin of the next entry. (E.C. Bap. Cert. ; Si.
John''s Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Foster, Index Eccles. ;
Burke, Z.G.)

STANLEY 1761-66.

George, entered 16 Jan. 1 761 {Hird), iet ,^2-2-0 ;
George Edward, s. Edward S., of Dalegarth, co.
Cumberland, by Mildred, dau. Sir George Fleming,
bishop of Carlisle; b. 1748 at Ponsonby in same
county ; admitted fellow-commoner at Christ's
College, Cambridge, 25 Oct. 1766; high sheriff of
Cumberland 1774; m. (i) 12 Aug. 1774 Dorothy,
dau. Sir William Fleming, of Rydal ; (2) 26 May

1789 Ehzabeth, dau. Morris Evans, of Middle-
sex; d. at Rydal Hall, co. Westmorland, Nov.
1806. (Christ's Coll. Biog. Reg.; Gent. Mag.
^11\^ P- 390^; 1789' P- 466^; 1806, p. 1169;
Burke, Z.G.)

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STANLEY 1756 (not in Eton College Lists).

John, entered 7 Sep. 1756 (Gregory), fee ^i-i-o.

STANLEY 1755-65.

John Fleming, entered 7 Sep. 1755 (Gregory),
fee 3^1-1-0 ; s. Edward S., of St. James's, West-
minster, and Catherine S. ; bap. 25 Apr. 1746 at
St. Anne, Westminster; K.S. 1756; matric. at
Oxford, from Hertford College, 14 June 1765 ;
rector of Warehorn, co. Kent, 1771-83; d. at
Madras 1783. (E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Hasted, Kent, ii. 484.)

STANLEY, MR. 1764-70 mi.

Thomas, entered 6 Sep. 1764 (AI. Toung), fee
L'h~'i~^ 5 2nd s. James Smith S., styled Lord
Strange (e.s. Thomas, nth Earl of Derby), by
Lucy, 2nd dau. Hugh Smith, of Weald Hall, co.
Essex ; Z*. in 1753 ; admitted pensioner at Trinity
College, Cambridge, 29 Apr. 1771 ; re-admitted
as fellow-commoner 15 Dec. 1771 ; M.A. 1773 ;
cornet i6th dragoons 1775 ; major 79th foot
1777 ; M.P. for Lancashire 1776-79 ; d. in Jamaica
1779. (Burke, P. and B.; Trin. GolL, Gamb.,
Adm.; Gent. Mag. 1780, p. 50 b)

STANLEY 1785-88.

STAPLETON 1788-91.

STAVORDALE, LORD 1760-64.

Entered 21 Apr. 1760 (Milward), fee ;^5-5-o ;
Henry Thomas Fox-Strangways, e.s. Stephen
(Fox), 1st Earl of Ilchester, by Elizabeth, only
dau. and heir of Thomas Strangways-Horner,
of Mells Park, co. Somerset ; Z*. 10 Aug. 1747 ;
cornet ist regiment of horse 21 May 1770 ; capt.
24th foot 5 June 1771 ; M.P. for Midhurst 1768-
74 ; succeeded as 2nd Earl of Ilchester 26 Sep.
1776; m. (i) 26 Aug. 1772 Mary Theresa, dau.
Standish O'Grady, of Cappercullen, co. Limerick :
she d. 14 June 1790 ; (2) 28 Aug. 1 794 Maria, dau.
Hon. Wilham Digby : he ^. 5 Sep. 1802. (G.E.C.,
Complete Peerage ; Army Lists.)

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STEDMAN 1757-61 ma.

Robert, entered 2 May 1757 {Barnar distort, after-
wards Jrden), fee j^2-2-o ; s. Rev. Samuel S., pre-
bendary of Canterbury and archdeacon of Norfolk,

by , dau. Dr. Butts, bishop of Norwich ;

admitted pensioner at Peterhouse, Cambridge,
16 Oct. 1761, aged 19; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1773;
vicar of Preston, near Wingham, co. Kent, 1767,
and of Willesborough 1773 ; m. 12 Jan. 1777
Miss van Kemp ; d. at Preston i Apr. 1792.
(Peterhouse Adm.; Gent. Mag. 1777, p. 47 a.)

STEDMAN 1757-58 mi.

Samuel, entered 2 May 1757 (Barnardiston), fee
j^2-2-o ; youngest s. Rev. Samuel S. (see previous
entry) ; became one of the council of the Bombay
factory; m. 25 Oct. 1767 a Miss Pleydell, when
he is described as ' of Oxenden Street ' ; d. at
Bombay Apr. 1784. (Gent. Mag. 1767, p. 523 b ;
1784, p. 395 ; Peterhouse Adm., p. 322.)

STEEVENS ? 1753 (not in Eton College Lists).

George, o.s. George S., director of the East India
Company, by Mary Perryman ; ^.10 May, bap.
19 May 1736 at Stepney; educated first ai
Kingston-upon-Thames ; admitted as from Poplar,
CO. Middlesex, fellow-commoner at King's College,
Cambridge, 29 Mar. 1753 ; resided till 1756 but
took no degree ; a well-known commentator on
Shakespeare, and a friend of Dr. Johnson ; d.
unm. at Hampstead 22 Jan. 1800. (Diet. Nat.
Biog.)

STERT (i753)-56 (M. Toung).

STEVENS 1757-59.

Edmund, entered 8 Sep. 1757 (Barnardiston,
afterwards Arden), fee ^2-2-0. An Edmund
Stevens became ensign in the Coldstream guards
19 May 1761 ; general 1803; governor of Fort
William 1795-1825; d. Sep. 1825. (Army Lists ;
ex inform. Rev. A. B. Beaven.)

STEVENS 1763-66.

Joseph, entered 19 Jan. 1763 (Gregory), fee j^i-i-o.

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STEVENS 1786-87.

STEVENSON 1754-60.

David, entered 22 June 1754 (Barnardiston), fee
;^i-i-o ; s. David and Sarah S. ; bap. i Jan.
1742/3 at Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham; K.S.
1754 ; captain of ' Montem ' 1761 ; admitted
scholar at King's College, Cambridge, 7 July
1761 ; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1769; LL.D. 1779;
fellow of King's 1764-95 ; ' a doctor in the
Commons'; d. abt. 1803. (E.C. Bap. Cert.;
Harwood, Alumni Eton.)

STEVENSON 1773-80 {Newman).

George, s. Hugh and Elizabeth S. ; bap. 20 Aug.
1 761 at Egham, co. Surrey ; K.S. 1773 ; admitted
scholar at King's College, Cambridge, 7 Aug.
1781 ; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789; fellow of King's
1784-86; assistant at Eton 1788-96; rector of
St. James's, Garlick Hill, London ; rector of
Callan, co. Kilkenny ; vicar of Raheny 1797 ;
dean of Kilfenora 1802-25 ; m. 3 Dec. 1786 Lydia,
dau, Thomas Thackeray, of Cambridge ; d. 5 Apr.
1825 at the deanery, Ennis, co. Clare, of typhus
fever. (E.C. Bap. Cert. ; Harwood, Alumni Eio?i. ;
Gent. Mag. 1797, p. 626 b ; 1825, i. 474 a.)

STEVENSON 1747-57

John, s. John S. and Elizabeth S. ; bap. 18 Sep.
1737 at Newton, co. Cambridge; K.S. 1748;
admitted pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge,
29 Mar. 1757 ; scholar 1757 ; B.A. 1761 ; M.A.
1764; chaplain of Trinity College 1764-1830.
(E.C. Bap. Cert. ; Trin. Coll., Camb., Adm.)

STEVENSON 1746-54.

William, s. David and Sarah S., of Beaconsfield,
CO. Buckingham ; bap. 27 Apr. 1736 at Beacons-
field ; K.S. 1746; admitted pensioner at St.
John's College, Cambridge, 20 May 1755 ; B.A.
1759; M.A. 1771 ; vicar of High Easter, co.
Essex, 1766-70 ; rector of Borley, and also of
Langenhoe, co. Essex, 1770 ; chaplain to Henry,
Lord St. John; d. 6 Aug. 1805. (E.C. Bap.
Cert. ; St. John's Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Gent.
Mag. 1805, p. 781 a.)
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STEWART, MR. 1790-94.

Charles William, s. Robert S., ist Marquis of
Londonderry, by his 2nd w. Frances, e, dau.
Charles (Pratt), ist Earl Camden; b. 18 May
1778 in Dublin ; narrowly escaped drowning at
Eton in 1794 while vainly attempting to save the
life of his schoolfellow Lord Waldegrave ; ensign
in Macnamara's foot 11 Oct, 1794 ^^- '•> "lajor-
gen. 1810; lieut.-gen. 1814; general 1837; M.P.
for Thomastown [L] 1800; for co. Londonderry
1800-14 ; under-secretary for war 1807-9 ; minister
to Berlin 1813; ambassador to Vienna 1814-23;
created Baron Stewart i July 18 14; succeeded
his half-brother as 3rd Marquis of Londonderr)
12 Aug. 1822; K.G. 1853; m. (i) 8 Aug. 1804
Catherine, dau. John (Bligh), 3rd Earl of Darnley :
she d. II Feb. 1812 ; (2) 3 Apr. 1819 Frances
Anne Emily, o. dau. Sir Harry Vane-Tempest,
2nd bart., of Wynyard : he i. 6 Mar. 1854.
(Burke, P. and B. ; Diet. Nat. Biog.)

STEWART 1757.

John, entered 13 Jan. 1757 (Barnardiston), fee
^2-2-0.

STEWART 1769-71 (Elly).

STEWART 1779-80.

STEWART 1786-90 (Nay lor, Stevenson).

STICHALL 1775-81.

Zacharias, of Middlesex ; admitted pensioner at
St. John's College, Cambridge, 22 Apr. 1782 ;
B.A. 1786; M.A. 1790. A Rev. Mr. Stichall, of
Kentish Town chapel, m. (i) 14 July 1792 Mrs.
Dowson, of Millfield Farm, Highgate ; (2) 25 July
1796 Miss Greenwood, of Kentish Town, at St.

Pancras Church ; and (3) 17 Nov. 1801 , e. dau.

James Barnham, of Buxton, Norfolk ; he d. 6 Jan.
1808, aged 43, when he is described "as of
Wisbech." {St. John's Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Gent.
Mag. 1792, p. 672 b ; 1796, p. 614 a; 1801,
p. 1052 b ; 1808, p. 91 a ; 1832, i. 24 a.)



STOCKING 1779-83.



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STOCKLEY 1754.

Thomas Plant, entered 5 July 1754, as from
Windsor, fee ^jfi-i-o ; he stood for College in
1754 and was loth on the list, but did not get
in ; he was then eight years old, and apparently
b. at Old Windsor, his ' festa ' being 22 Apr.
(N.S.). {B.C. Register.)



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1764-69.

John, entered 2 July 1 764 (Tyrrell), fee ;(2-2-o ;
but apparently should be George, s. Philip S.,
of Egham, Surrey ; admitted pensioner at Trinity
College, Cambridge, 28 June 1770, aged 18 ;
matric. 1771 ; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. {Trin.
Coll., Camb., Adjn.)



(M. Toung), fee
S. ; bap. 25 Mar.
K.S. 1757. {E.G.



1752-56.

Henry, s. John and Mary S. ; bap. 23 Apr. 1744

at St. Bridget, London ; K.S. 1752. {E.G. Bap.

Cert.)

1756-59.

James, entered 21 Sep. 1756 {M. Toung), fee

j^2-2-o ; s. John and Ann S. ; bap. 12 Dec. 1743

at Chisledon, co. Wilts ; K.S. 1756. {E.G. Bap.

Cert.)

1757-58-

John, entered 26 Jan. 1757
j^2-2-o ; s. of John and Ann
1748 at Chisledon, co. Wilts ;
Bap. Cert.)

1757-58 7nt.

Robert, entered 26 Jan. 1 757 {M. Toung), fee
j^2-2-o ; s. John and Ann S. ; bap. 27 July
1750 at Chisledon, co. Wilts; apparently stood
for college in 1758 and was unsuccessful. (E.G.
Bap. Cert.)

STOPFORD, MR. 1779-83 (tutor. Savage).

Edward, 2nd s. James S., 2nd Earl of Courtown,
by Mary, 2nd dau. Richard Powys, of Hintlesham
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; b. 28 Sep. 1766; ensign 3rd
foot guards 20 Oct. 1784; lieut. and capt. 1792 ;
capt. and lieut.-col. 1798 ; colonel 1808 ; major-
general 181 1 ; lieut. -general 1821 ; M.P. for Marl-
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STOPFORD, borough 1810-18; K.C.B. 1815 ; G.C.B. 1835;
MR. cont. d. unm. 14 Sep. 1837. (Burke, P. and B. ; Gent.
Mag. 1837, ii. 530.)

STOPFORD, LORD 1779-81 (tutor, Savage).

James George, e.s. James S., 2nd Earl of Courtown
{see previous entry); b. 15 Aug. 1765; ensign
Coldstream guards 8 Dec. 1780 ; lieut. and capt.
17 Sep. 1788 till 1791 ; M.P. for various seats
1790-1810 ; K.P. 1821 ; succeeded as 3rd Earl of
Courtown 30 Mar. 1810; m. 29 Jan. 1791 Mary,
e. dau. Henry (Scott), 3rd Duke of Buccleuch ;
J. 15 June 1835 at the Cloisters, Windsor Castle.
(G.E.C., Complete Peerage, ed. Gibbs.)

STOPFORD, MR. 1783-91 {Tonge, Savage).

Richard Bruce, 4th s. James S., 2nd Earl of
Covirtown {see above) ; b. 2 Mar. 1774 ; matric.
at Oxford, from Christ Church, 30 Apr. 1792 ;
B.A. 1796; M.A. 1799; rector of Barton Segrave,
CO. Northampton, 1798 ; vicar of Nuneaton, co.
Warwick, 1803 ; prebendary of Hereford 1810-44;
canon of Windsor 1812-44; chaplain to the King
1800-37, to the Queen 1837-44; in. 10 Nov. 1800
Eleanor, e. dau. Thomas (Powys), ist Lord Lilford ;
(1.12 Dec. 1844. (Burke, P. and B. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1845, i. 325 a.)

STOPFORD, MR. 1779.

Robert, 3rd s. James S., 2nd Earl of Courtown
{see above) ; b. 5 Feb. 1768 ; entered the navy May
1780; M.P. for Ipswich 1806-7; rear-admiral 1808;
commander-in-chief at the Cape of Good Hope
1810 ; took command of the successful expedition
against Java 1811 ; vice-admiral 1812 ; K.C.B.
1815 ; admiral 1825; G.C.B. 1831 ; commander-in-
chief at Portsmouth 1827-30; commander-in-chief
in Mediterranean 1837-41 ; defeated Mehemet Ali
1840; rear-admiral of tJnited Kingdom 1834-47,
vice-admiral 1847 ; governor of Greenwich hospital
1841-47; m. 29 June 1809 Mary, dau. Capt.
Robert Fanshawe ; d. 25 June 1847 at Richmond,
CO. Surrey. (Burke, P. and B. ; Diet. Nat. Biog.)

STORER 1754-64 ma.

Anthony, entered 19 Aug. 1754 {Tyrrell), fee
3^1-1-0 ; Anthony Morris, elder s. Thomas S.,

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STORER of Westmorland, Jamaica, and Golden Square,
cont. Westminster, by Helen, dau. Col. Guthrie ; b.
12 Mar. 1746; at Eton a friend of Fox, Lord
Carlisle, &c., and famous for his dancing; admitted
fellow-commoner at Corpus Christi College, Cam-
bridge, 27 Dec. 1764 ; admitted student of the
Middle Temple 5 June 1762 ; travelled in America
with Lord Carlisle 1778-79 ; a commissioner of
the board of trade 1781-82 ; M.P. for Carlisle
1774-80: for Morpeth 1780-84; secretary of
legation in Paris 1783 ; man of fashion, and col-
lector of books and prints, which he bequeathed
to Eton College ; F.S.A. ; purchased Purley Park,
Pangbourne ; ^. of a decline at Bristol Hotwells
28 June 1799 ; M.L Purley ; portrait in Eton
College library. {Diet. Nat. Biog. ; The World,
ID Mar. 1787.)

STORER 1757-63 mi.

Thomas, entered 10 Jan. 1757 {Tyrrell), fee
£1-11-0; Thomas James, younger s. Thomas S.
{see previous entry) ; m. Elizabeth, dau. John
(Proby), ist Lord Carysfort ; d. 21 July 1793;
M.L Purley. {Diet. Nat. Biog. ; Gent. Mag. 1793,
p. 1 149 b; The World, 10 Mar. 1787.)

STRANGWAYS, MR. 1763-67.

Stephen, entered 17 Apr. 1763, fee ^^5-5-0;
Stephen Strangways Digby, 2nd s. Stephen (Fox-
Strangways), ist Earl of Ilchester ; b. 3 Dec. 1751 ;
cornet 5th dragoons 5 Aug. 1767 ; capt. 24th foot
17 Apr. 1769 ; major 20th foot i Dec. 1778 ;
lieut.-colonel 1790; for many years the senior
lieut.-colonel in the army ; d. at Godminster,
CO. Dorset, 12 Mar. 1836. (Burke, P. and B.
Army Lists ; Gent. Mag. 1836, i. 144^.)

STRATH AVEN, LORD 1774-75

George Gordon, e.s. Charles G., 4th Earl of Aboyne,
by Margaret, 3rd dau. Alexander (Stewart), 6th
Earl of Galloway ; b. 28 June 1761 ; ensign ist
foot guards 2 Sep. 1777 ; capt, 8 ist foot 26 Dec.
1777 ; capt. and lieut.-col. Coldstream guards
15 June 1789; succeeded his father as 5th Earl
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STRATH- of Aboyne 28 Dec. 1794 ; and his cousin as 9th

AVEN, Marquis of Huntly 28 May 1836 ; m. 4 Apr. 1791

LORD Catherine Anne, 2nd dau. Sir Charles Cope, 2nd

cont. bart. ; d.ij June 1853. (G.E.C., Complete Peerage,

ed. Gibbs.)

STREATFEILD 1768-74 {Davies, private tutor, W. H. Roberts).
Henry, e.s. Henry S., of Chiddingstone, co. Kent,
by Anne, natural dau. Jocelyne (Sydney), 7th
Earl of Leicester ; b. 13 May 1757; educated
at Uckfield for two years before going to Eton,
and under Rev. Egerton Leigh at Lymme after
leaving Eton ; admitted major-pensioner at
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 28 Mar. 1777 ;
high sheriff of Kent 1792; m. (i) i June 1782 Eliza-
beth Catherine, dau. Rev. Newton Ogle, D.D. : she
d. 24 June 1 801 ; (2) 29 Sep. 1802 Charlotte, dau.
William Scoones, of Tonbridge : he d. 22 Aug.
1829. (Burke, L.G. ; Sidney Sussex Coll. J dm.)

STREATFEILD 1772-76 (Davies).

Richard Thomas, younger s. Henry S. (see previous
entry) ; b. 23 Dec. 1759 ; of the Rocks, and
Copwood, CO. Sussex ; high sheriff of Kent 1798 ;
m. (i) Jane Esther, dau. Admiral Sir Chaloner
Ogle, 1st bart.: she d. 1796; (2) Ayne, dau.
Robert Shuttleworth, of Barton Lodge, co.
Lancaster; d. 26 Aug. 1813. (Burke, L.G.)

STREET 1780-84.

Thomas, s. William and Elizabeth S. ; bap. 29 Nov.
1765 at St. Michael's, Bath; K.S. 1780; matric.
at Oxford, from Queen's College, 24 May 1784;
B.A. 1788 ; curate of Lyncombe and Widcombe,
CO. Somerset, 1795-1830; d. about 1830: his
father is said to have been a banker at Bath.
(E.C. Bap. Cert. ; Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Gent.
Mag. 1830, i. 569 a ; 1832, i. 24 b.)

STRETTELL 1774.

Probably Edward, e.s. Thomas S., of Cork, L'eland;
matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church, 8 July
1775, aged 15 ; B.A. 1779; admitted student of
Lincoln's Inn 3 July 1775 ; became advocate-
general to East India Company at Bengal ; d.
18 Mar. 1821 at Rose Villa, Hampton, co. Middle-
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STRET- sex ; his son Edward Francis S. was at Eton in

TELL 1805. (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ;

cont. Gent. Mag. 1821, i, 2S6 a ; Stapylton.)

STRETFELL 1774 (Harding).

Probably Robert, 2nd s. Thomas S., of Cork,
Ireland ; matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church,
8 July 1775, aged 14; admitted student of
Lincoln's Inn 3 July 1775. (Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; LincoMs Inn Rec.)

STRETTELL 1774 (Harding).

Probably Thomas, 3rd s. Thomas S., of Cork,
Ireland ; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn
3 July 1775. A Thomas Strettell was ensign 70th
foot 13 Aug. 1776 till about 1779. (Lincoln'' s
Inn Rec. ; Army Lists.)

STRICKLAND 1755-57.

Miles, entered 19 Nov. 1755 (Hird), fee ^i-i-o.
A Miles Strickland was cornet in the 9th dragoons
1766-70. (Army Lists.)

STRICKLAND 1766-69.

STRODE 1760-65.

James, entered 9 June 1760 (Sturges), fee ^2-2-0 ;
s. William S., of Ponsbourne Hall, co. Hertford,
by Anne, dau. James (Cecil), 5th Earl of
Salisbury ; matric. at Oxford, from Brasenose
College, 27 Mar. 1765, aged 18 ; rector of Little
Berkhamstead, and vicar of Cheshunt ; d. i Apr.
1787. (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1787,
p. 366.)

STRUDWICK 1758-61.

Walwin, entered 6 Apr, 1758 (Elly), fee j^i-i-o.

STUART, MR. 1787.

Probably Charles, 4th s. John S., 4th Earl and
1st Marquis of Bute, by Charlotte Jane, e. dau.
Herbert (Hickman - Windsor), 2nd Viscount
Windsor of Blackcastle ; R.N. ; lost in the Leda
frigate 1 797. (Burke, P. and B.)

STUART 1787-95.

Charles, e.s. General Sir Charles S. (who was
4th s. John S., 3rd Earl of Bute), by Louisa,
2nd dau. of Lord Vere Bertie ; b. 2 Jan. 1779 ;
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STUART matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church, 26 Oct.
cont. T^l'^l \ D.C.L. 1834; admitted a student of
Lincoln's Inn 6 Nov. 1797 ; charge d'affaires at
Madrid 1808; envoy to Portugal 1810; G.C.B.
1812 ; minister at the Hague 1814-15 ; ambassador
to Paris 1815-24 and 1828-30; to St. Petersburg
1841-44; created Baron Stuart de Rothesay
22 Jan. 1828 ; m. 6 Feb. 1816 Elizabeth Mar-
garet, 3rd dau, PhiHp (Yorke), 3rd Earl of Hard-
wicke ; d. 6 Nov. 1845. (Burke, P. and B. ; Diet.
Nat. Biog. ; Stapylton.)

STUART, MR. 1787-88 (private tutor. He slop).

Probably Evelyn James, 3rd s. John S., 4th Earl
and 1st Marquis of Bute, by Charlotte Jane, e.
dau. Herbert (Hickman-Windsor), 2nd Viscount
Windsor; h. 1773 ; a colonel in the army; M.P.
for Cardiff 1794-1802 and 1814-18 ; d. 16 Aug.
1842. (Burke, P. and B. ; Gent. Mag. 1842, ii.
440 h)

STUART, MR. 1789-91 mi.

George, 7th s. John S., 4th Earl and ist Marquis
of Bute ; h. 4 Mar. 1780 ; R.N. ; rear-admiral
of the blue 1837; m. 7 Oct. 1800 Jane, dau.
Major-General James Stuart ; d. 19 Feb. 1841 at
Balls Park, co. Hertford. (Burke, P. and B. ;
Stapylton ; Gent. Mag. 1841, i. 652.)

STUART, MR. 1787-93 (private tutor, Heslof).

Henry, 5th s. John S., 4th Earl and ist Marquis
of Bute ; b. 7 June 1777 ; w. 15 July 1802 Gertrude
Emilia Mason Villiers, dau. and heir of George
(Villiers), 2nd Earl Grandison {q.v.) ; d. 19 Aug.
1809 ; his eldest son was created Baron Stuart
de Decies 10 May 1839. (Burke, P. and B. ;
Stapylton.)

STUART, MR. 1787-88 (private tutor, Heslop).

Herbert Windsor, 2nd s. John S., 4th Earl and
1st Marquis of Bute; b. 6 May 1770; admitted
fellow-commoner at St. John's College, Cambridge,
8 Jan. 1788 ; of the H.E.I.C.S. ; d. 20 Jan. 1825
in Upper Norton Street. (Burke, P. and B. ;
St. John's Coll., Camb., J dm. ; Gent. Mag. 1825,
i. 188 a.)

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STUART, MR. 1775-79-

John, e.s, John S., 4th Earl and ist Marquis of
Bute ; b. 25 Sep. 1767 in Grosvenor Square ;
after leaving Eton was educated privately by Mr.
Littlehales ; admitted nobleman at St. John's
College, Cambridge, 27 May 1784; M.A. 1787;
M.P. for Cardiff 1790-94; m. 12 Oct. 1792 EHza-
beth Penelope, dau. and heir of Patrick Crichton,
6th Earl of Dumfries; d. v.p. 22 Jan. 1794; father
of John, 2nd Marquis of Bute. (Burke, P. and
B. ; St. John^s Coll., Camb., Adm)

STUART, MR. 1788-92 {Hunter, private tutor. Hanger).

Patrick, 2nd s. Alexander (Stuart), loth Lord
Blantyre, by Catherine, e. dau. and co-heir of
Patrick Lindsay, of Eaglescairnie, co. Haddington ;
colonel 44th foot and governor of Malta 1843-47 ;
a general in the army 1851 ; G.C.M.G. 1843 ; of
Eaglescairnie ; d. 1855. (Stapylton ; Burke, P.
and B)

STUART, MR. 1789-91 ma.

William, 6th s. John S., 4th Earl and ist Marquis
of Bute; b. 18 Nov. 1778; capt. R.N. ; M.P.
for Cardiff 1802-14 ; m. June 1806 Georgiana,
dau. Cornwallis (Maude), Viscount Hawarden ; d.
28 July 1 8 14. (Burke, P. and B.)

STUBBS 1777.

STURGES 1751-57 {Key).

Charles, s. Rev. Charles S., rector of Orlingbury,
CO. Northampton, by Sarah, dau. Thomas Isted,
of Ecton, CO. Northampton ; bap. 2 Oct. 1738
at Orlingbury; K.S. 1751 ; admitted scholar
at King's College, Cambridge, 19 Jan. 1758 ;
B.A. 1762 ; M.A. 1765 ; fellow of King's 1761-63 ;
vicar of St. Mary's, Reading, for nearly 42 years ;
vicar of Kenton, co. Devon, 1775-97 ; vicar of
Ealing, co. Middlesex, 1775-97 ; rector of St.
Luke's, Chelsea, 1797 ; chaplain to Earl Cadogan ;
m. Penelope, dau. James Weller, of Hurst, co.
Berks ; d. 22 Apr. 1805 ; bur. at Loddington, co.
Northampton ; M.L at St. Mary's, Reading.
{E.C. Bap. Cert.; Gent. Mag. 1805, p. 583 b;
Nichols, Lit. Anecd. ix. 109 ; Misc. Geneal. et
Herald., 3rd ser. v. 252-3.)
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STURGES 1786-93 {Harrington, Heath).

Charles, s. Rev. Charles and Penelope S, {see
previous entry) ; bap. ii Apr. 1776 at St. Mary's,
Reading; K.S. 1786; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 14 Feb. 1794; B.A. 1798;
M.A. 1 801 ; fellow of King's 1 797-1 802 ; curate to
his father at Reading ; d. v. p. suddenly at Worth-



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