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Morris, born
23 December
1822; died in
infancy.



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Sarah Dorothea, bapt. Bryan William Morris of The Gores, Thorney,=

at Elm, CO. Cambridge, co. Cambridge; born 14 September, bapt. at

7 May 1818; marr. in Elm 8 October 1819; Alderman of Isle of Ely

1845, George Frede- County Council and D.L. for Whittlesea Division,

rick Brittin, who died co. Cambridge; died 15 June, bur. in the Abbey

at Stibbington Hall, churchyard at Thorney 18 June 1896. Will

Wansford, co. Hun- dated 22 December 1887, with codicil dated

tingdon,'r4 July 1886. 7 November 1892, proved at Peterborough

She died in December 9 October 1896, by George Leveir Morris and

1864. — Frederick Whitting, Fellow of King's College,

i ^ ^ Cambridge, two of the Exors.



=Mary Whitting, dau. of
Benjamin Lever, and
niece of William VVhitting
of The Hall, Thorney;
born 4 December 1824;
marr. at St. Mary's, Isling-
ton, CO. Middlesex, 10
May 1848; died at The
Gores, Thorney, 12 Feb-
ruary, bur. in the Abbey
churchyard at Thorney
18 February 1881.



Mary Dorothea, of Peakirk,
near Peterborough ; born
4 March, bapt. at Thorney
Abbey 2 April 1849.



Emma Whitting, of Peakirk
near Peterborough; born
21 July, bapt. at Thorney
Abbey 19 August 1850.



Br)'an William Morris of Eye Green, co.=f=Elleni, 3rd daughter



Northampton ; born 23 April, bapt. at Thorney
Abbey 20 May 1852; died at Eye Green 7 April,
bur. at Thorney 9 April 1898. Will dated 28
July 1888, proved at Peterborough 24 June
1898, by Ellen Morris, relict, and Thomas Inskip
Cranfield, brother-in-law, two of the Exors.



of Thomas Cranfield
of Stanford Bury,
Southill, CO. Bedford ;
born 21 September
1858; marr. at Southill
20 June 1883.



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Alexander Bryan Morris, George Cranfield Morris, Mary Lever, bom
born 21 December 1886. born 12 December 1890. 23 August 1894.



Lieut. -General John Ignatius Morris, born 29 March 1842; entered the Royal Marines as 2nd
Lieutenant 12 May 1859, Lieutenant 1862, Captain 1875, Major i88r, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet 1887,
acting Deputy Judge Advocate Royal Marines Office, Admiralty, Lieut.-Colonel 18S8, Colonel 2nd
Commandant 1892, Colonel Commandant 1897, Major-General 23 May 1899; D.A.G. Royal Marines
I March 1900; served in H.M.S. "Queen" at Naples during Garibaldian occupation i860, on coast
of Syria during Druce and Maronite massacres, and French occupation 1861-62, and at Piraeus
during Greek revolution 1863 ; in the Soudan Expedition 1S84-85, D.A.A. and Q.M.G. (Assistant
Provost Marshal) at defence of Suakin, in command of Sandbag Camp and reconnaissance to Hasheen
and Handub (medal with clasp, bronze star); Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 26 January 1883;
died at West Kensington, co. Middlesex, i October 1902, bur. at Hammersmith, co. Middlesex.
Will dated 12 March 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 1556, 1902) 4 December 1902, by Charles
Sculthorpe Morris and Henry Gritton, retired Lieut.-Colonel Royal Marines, the Exors.



Admiral Michael de Courcy, C.B. (eldest son of Captain Nevinson de Courcy,=j=Sibella Blackler,



R.N.) ; born 8 May i8n ; entered the Royal Navy i February 1824,
promoted Commander 12 February 1842, for his extraordinary gallantry at the
capture of the Carthagenian squadron when protecting British interests in South
America; Captain 1862, Rear-Admiral 1867, retired as Admiral 15 June 1879;
created C.B. 13 March 1867 ; died at Milburn, Newton Abbot, co. Devon, aged 70,
on Saturday, 22 October 1881. Will dated 20 August 1881, proved at Exeter
7 November 1881, by Sibella Blackler de Courcy, relict, the sole Executrix. ,



born 22 April
1824; marr. 12
February 1845 ;
died I March
1904, bur. at
Newton Abbot.



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Henry Smyth of Cairnburn, near Belfast (son of Henry Smyth of=j=Maria Frances Cathenne, bom
Linadurgh, Milltown, co. Down); born at Strabane, co. Tyrone, I 6 March 1826; marr. at Queens-
in March 1816; died 20 December, bur. in the churchyard at | town, co. Cork, 20 May 1851
Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 24 December 1886.

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Bryan George Bentham of High Street, Rochester,=j= Annie Gertrude, born 26



CO. Kent (eldest son of Bryan Bentham of
Chatham, co. Kent, see page 85); born 18
June 1849; Notary Public and Vice-Consul for
Germany and Denmark.



June, bapt. at Thorney
Abbey, co. Cambridge,
26Julyi853; marr. there
28 February 1878.



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Helen Elizabeth, born 18
Feb., bapt. at Thorney
Abbey 22 March 1855;
marr. there 4 Oct. 1887,
Thomas Fuller Jackson.



George Lever Morris of=f=Annie Josephine, younger dau. of Joseph Topham of The Park,



The Causeway, Thorney
born 30 November 1856,
bapt. at Thorney Abbey
I January 1857.



Thorney, J.P. ; born 11 September 1861, bapt. at Thorney Abbey
3 June 1881; marr. there 26 July 1892; marr. istly Thomas William
Parnell, who died at The Causeway, Thorney, aged 39, on Tuesday,
II November 1890.



John Morris born 8 December 1893,
bapt. at Thorney Abbey 19 January
1894 ; died, aged 2 months, 27
February, bur. in the churchyard at
Thorney Abbey 2 March 1894.



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Louisa Bentham,
born 29 April, bapt.
at Thorney Abbey
31 May 1858.



Fanny Beatrice, bapt. at Thorney
Abbey 20 August, died, aged 5
months, 12 December, bur. at
Thorney Abbey 16 December
1861. M.L



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Frederick MitcheIl,=^Edith, born 8 February Sybilla, bapt. at Thorney Abbey Margaret, born

son of John Harper 1863, bapt. at Thorney 23 September, died, aged 3 weeks, 14 April 1867,

Mitchell of Bradford, Abbey; marr. there on 30 September, bur. at Thorney bapt. at Thor-

co. York. Tuesday, 5 June 1894. Abbey 4 October 1864. M.L ney Abbey.



Andrew Bernard Morris of Launceston, Tasmania ; born at=|=Constance Matilda, dau. of the

Stanton, co. Salop, 11 March 1845; L.R.C.S.L 1871, L.M.

Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, 1871 ; two silver medals in Surgery

1868; Civil Service Medical Officer, Kursiong, Bengal, India,

1875-85; died at Launceston 14 January, bur. in Carr Villa

Cemetery 17 January 1907.



Rev. John Hartland Worgan,
Rector of Willersey, co. Glou-
cester; born I March 1845;
marr. at Darjeeling, Bengal,
29 January 1876.



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Alice Rebecca=John Ignatius Worgan Morris, born i November 1876 ;^Julia Anderson,



Cullum, marr. at M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. London 1898 ; entered the Royal Army

Durban, Natal, Medical Corps as Lieutenant 27 July 1899, Captain 27 July

South Africa, 6 1902; served in South African War 1899-1902 ; at relief of

January 1903; Ladysmith, including actions at Colenso, Spion Kop, Vaal

died in May 1 903. Kranz and operations on Tugela Heights; in the Transvaal

I St wife. December 1900; in Orange River Colony August 1901 to
31 May 1902 (Queen's medal, King's medal with two clasps).



Durban
28 March 1904.
2nd wife.



Phillipa Waudby,
born 8 July 1877;
marr. 3 June 1908,
Graeme Sutherland
Bisdee of Sandhill,
Jericho, Tasmania.



Andrew Bernard Morris of Mount Morgan, Queensland ;
born 5 August 1878; M.B., Ch.B. Aberd. 1903;
marr. in 1904, Mary Frances Graham.



Bernard Graham
Morris, born in
1905-



Jim Worgan
Morris, born



Mary Georgina
Constance, born
in 1909.



Constance Maud,
born 20 March
1881. _

Ruth Margaret,
born 24 January



-'^^^'^^2^^^i^t-^ - t?^^^u/ ^/rZ^yz/L^(^,






^ranfiU of ^pmiuiSter Hall to. €&m^



Arms. — Or on a bend gules three mullets ;
Cresi. — A lion's head erased sable.
Motto. — Delactare in domino.



Champion Edward Bianfill of Upminster Hall, co. Essex=j=Anne Eliza, younger dau. and coheir



(only son of Champion Branfill of Upminster Hall, by
Charlotte his wife, dau. of Edward Brydges of Wootton
Court, CO. Kent) ; born at the house of his grandmother,
Mrs. Brydges, in the Precincts, Canterbury, 13 July,
bapt. privately next day, and received into the church
at Canterbury Cathedral 10 August 1789; educated at
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; Lieutenant
3rd Dragoon (King's Own) 15 November 1810, Captain
29 June 1S15 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex; died at
Upminster Hall, aged 55, on Monday, 7 October, bur.
in Upminster Church 15 October 1844.



of the Rev. Anthony Egerton
Hammond, Rector of Knowlton and
Ivychurch, co. Kent, by Charlotte
his wife, dau. of Thomas Biggs of
Kearsney Abbey, co. Kent ; born
in May 1797 ; marr. at Kingston,
CO. Kent, 26 November 1818; died
at Upminster Hall, aged 76, on
Tuesday, 4 November, buried at
Upminster 11 November 1873.



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Lieut.-Colonel Champion Russell of=j=Emily Augusta, eldest dau. of the Rev. Charles John
Stubbers, North Ockendon, co. Essex; "" - - • - ■■ — - ■ - _ .

born 19 October, bapt. at Upminster
21 November 1S20; J.P. and D.L.
for CO. Essex, High Sheriff 1S59;
Lieut.-Colonel West Essex Militia ;
assumed by Royal Licence dated 14
May 1829, the surname of Russell
only on succeeding to the estate of
of Joseph Russell of Stubbers ; died
at Stubbers on Monday, 16 Ma}'



Way of Spains Hall, co. Essex, Vicar of Boreham, co.
Essex, by Georgiana Augusta his wife, dau, of Henry
Grover of Hemel Hempstead, co. Hertford ; born
7 March 1834 ; marr. at Boreham (by the Rev. William
Way) on Thursday, 9 August 1853; died at Broad-
lands, Petersfield, co. Hants, aged 75, on Monday,
27 December, bur. at Steep, co. Hants, on Wednesday,
29 December 1909. Will dated 25 March 1904, with
codicil dated 18 April 1908, proved in the Principal
Registry 17 February 19 10, by Champion Branfill
bur. at North Ockendon on Saturday, | Russell and Robert Francis Crawley, the Exors.
May 1887. J^



{For issue see Pedigree of Russell,
page gj.)



Rev. Edward Francis Gepp (youngest son of George Asser=
Gepp of Chelmsford, co. Essex, F.R.C.S., by Elizabeth Wilhel-
mina his wife, eldest dau. and coheir of Francis Sutton) ; born
at Chelmsford 5 July, bapt. there 11 July 1819; educated at
Harrow, Easter 1832 to Easter 1837, and at Wadham College,
Oxford, matriculated i June 1837, B.A. (4th-class Mathematics)
1841, M.A. 1848; Vicar of Good Easter 1849-70, and of High
Easter, co. Essex, 1849, until his death. Rural Dean of Roding
18S4; J.P. for CO. Essex, Deputy-Chairman of Quarter Sessions,
Chairman of I3unmow Petty Sessions and of Board of Guardians;
Governor of Felstead School ; died at the Vicarage, High Easter,
in his 84th year, on Tuesday, 7 April, bur. at High Easter 13
April 1903. Will dated 3 September 1902, proved (Prin. Reg.,
979, 1903) 7 August 1903, by the Rev. Edward Gepp and
Christopher William Parker the Exors.



=Eliza Jemima Mary, born at
Upminster Hall 27 August,
bapt. at Upminster 4 October
1822 ; marr. at Upminster
on Thursday, 22 May 1851 ;
died at the Vicarage, High
Easter, aged 84, on Thurs-
day, 14 February, bur. at
High Easter on Tuesday, 19
February 1907. Will dated
15 November 1904, proved
(Prin. Reg., 583, 1907) 24
April 1907, by Christopher
William Parker and Maurice
Gepp, son, the Exors.



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Egerton Anthony
Hammond Branfill,
born at Upminster
Hall, CO. Essex, 28
March, bapt. at
Upminster 18 May
1,825 ! died at
Barham, co. Kent,
aged 18, 5 October,
bur. at Barham,
12 October 1843.



Lieut.-Colonel Benjamin Aylett Branfill of=f=-Mary Anna, dau. of



Upminster Hall; born at Upminster Hall 26
t'ebruary, bapt. at Upminster 31 May 1828 ;
entered the Army as Cornet loth (The Prince of
Wales' Own) Royal Regiment of Light Dragoons
(Hussars) 5 April 1846, Lieutenant 10 December
1847, Captain 86lh Foot (The Royal Irish Rifles)
9 October 1857, Major i April 1870, Lieut.-Colonel
(retired) i October 1877 ; Deputy Assistant
Quarter-Master General in Ireland ; died at Nelson,
New Zealand, aged 71, 9 January 1899. Will dated
14 March 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 1064, 99) 20
September 1899, by John Arthur Capel Branfill,
brother.



Capel Miers of Peter-
stone Court, CO.
Brecon; born 8 Sep-
tember 1837; mart,
at St. Mary's, Chelten-
ham, CO. Gloucester
(by her uncle, the
Rev. Charles Griffith),
on Wednesday, i July
1857.



Champion Edward Branfill of Upminster Hall;=f=Amy Charlotte Helena, eldest dau. of the

Rev. Charles Rew, Rector of Cranham,
CO. Essex, by Emma his wife, eldest dau.
of William Falkenburg of Messina, Sicily ;
born at the Rectory, Cranham, 28 Novem-
ber 1861, bapt. at Cranham 26 January
1862; marr. there 18 March 1884.



born at Peterstone Court on Saturday, 29 May,
bapt. at Llanhamlach, co. Brecon, 21 June 1858;
educated at Harrow; died at Martyns, Upminster,
in his 33rd year, on Wednesday, 6 August, bur.
at North Ockendon, co. Essex, on Saturday,
9 August 1890. Will dated 6 August 1890, proved
(Prin. Reg., 6, 91) 9 January 1891, by Amy
Charlotte Helena Branfill, relict.



(See Pedigree of Rew, Vol. 15, page 125)



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Richard Bewley Caton (son of the=Helena Edith Champion, Champion Andrew Branfill of

Rev. Redmond Bewley Caton, born at Upminster 21 De- Upminster Hall; bom at

Rector of Great Fakenham, co. cember 1885; marr. at Martyns, Upminster, on Friday,

Norfolk) ; born at Powick, co. Ixworth, co. Suffolk, on 25 October 1889, bapt. at

Worcester; educated at Harrow Saturday, 29 April 19 11. North Ockendon ; educated at

and at New College, Oxford, B.A. Felstead School.
1907.



Capel Aylett Branfill=i=Gwladys Gwendoline, elder Charles Ralph Cusack-^Mary Leigh, born



of Ynistawe House,
Clydach, co. Glamor-
gan ; born at 1 7
Hume Street, Dublin,
on Monday, 29 Au-
gust, bapt. at St.
Peter's, Dublin, 29
September 1859 ;
educated at Harrow
and at Lausanne.



dau. of Richard Hanbury
Miers of Cadoxton Lodge,
CO. Glamorgan, by Elizabeth
Ann his wife, 3rd dau. of
George Penrose of Clyn-y-
bont, Neath, South Wales ;
born 9 November 1861 ;
marr. at the British Embassy,
Paris, 17 February 1882;
died 22 March 1905, bur.
at Clydach.



of 22 Rotelstrasse,
Zurich (son of Tho-
mas Bernard Cusack
of Tunduff House,
Abbeyleix, Queen's
County, by Mary Ellen
his wife, dau. of
William Tanner of
Lockridge, co. Wilts);
born at Abbeyleix 17
August 1857 ; edu-
cated at Bedford |
Grammar School. J^



Peterstone Court
on Saturday, 1 7
November, bapt. at
Llanhamlach 2 1 De-
cember i860; marr.
at Westcliffe, Custer
Co., Colorado,
U.S.A., 17 No-
vember 1884.



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Richard Miers Aylett Branfill;
died at Holm Lea, Lyme
Regis, CO. Dorset, in his 4th
year, on Saturday, 26 February,
1887, bur. at Lyme Regis.



I
Capel Lisle Aylett
Branfill, born at
Morro Velho,
Brazil, 20 August
1884.

90



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GwladysMurielle Enid Mary Aylett,

Aylett, born and born at Craigtrebanos,

bapt. at Morro Swansea Valley, 17

Velho, Brazil, 10 September 1888, bapt.

April 1886. at Clydach.



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Champion Edward Rev. Arthur Richard Godson (2nd son of Richard=

Brydges BranfiU, Godson, Q.C., Judge Advocate-General R.N., M.P. for

born 6 September, St. Albans and Kidderminster, by Mary his wife, dau. of

bapt. at Upminster, Henry Hargreaves of Springfield Hall, co. Lancaster) ;

CO. Esse.x, 7 No- born 23 June 1830, bapt. at St. George's, Bloomsbury,

vember 1829; died London; of St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated

at Chigwell, co. 21 March 1849, aged 18, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1859; of

Essex, 13 April, Lincoln's Inn 1849; Vicar of All Saints', Gordon

bur. at Upminster Square, London, 1862 ; Chaplain University College

20 April 1831. Hospital 1886; died s.p. on Tuesday, 11 July, bur. in
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 14 July 1905.



Charlotte Jane,
born at Upmin-
ster Hall 2 3 July,
bapt. at Upmin-
ster 19 October
1831 ; marr. at
North Ocken-
don, CO. Essex,
on Tuesday, 18
August 1885.



Francis Seymour Haden of Oxenham Manor, South Tawton, co.=Ethel, born at Peter-
Devon, C.M.G. (eldest son of Sir Francis Seymour Haden of stone Court, co.
Woodcote Park, co. Hants, F.R.C.S., Founder and President Royal Brecon, on Thursday,
Society of Painter Etchers, by Dasha Delano his wife, dau. of Major 19 December 1861,
George W. Whistler, United States Army); born 7 March 1850; educated bapt. at Llanhamlach,
at Westminster School and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 co. Brecon, 16 January
May 1869, B.A. 1873; Private Secretary to Lieut.-Governor of Natal 1862; marr. at North
(General Sir Henry Ernest Gascoyne Bulwer, G.C.M.G.) 1877; Ockendon on Tues-
Colonial Secretary of Natal 1887-93, Deputy-Governor in 1890 and day, 27 January 1885.
1891 ; administered the Governments of Natal and Zululand 1893;
created C.M.G. 21 May 1890.



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Helen Hammond, born
at Peterstone Court on
Thursday, 26 March,
bapt. at Llanhamlach
26 April 1863; marr. in
1892, the Rev. Howard
Percival de Cowx.



Egerton Brydges Branfill, Francis Lisle Bran-
born at Peterstone Court on fill, born at Peter-
Friday, 6 May, bapt. at stone Court on
Llanhamlach 29 May 1864; Sunday, 16 July,



died at Upminster Hall,
aged I year and 8 months, on
Thursday, i February, bur.
at Upminster 7 February
1866.



bapt. at Llanham-
lach 9 August 1865.



Benjamin Branfill,
born at 32 South-
wick Street, Hyde
Park, London, on
Sunday, 3 Septem-
ber 187 1.



I
Adelo Fleming Aylett Branfill,
baptised at Ystradgynlais, co.
Brecon ; died at Maes-y-
dderwen, Swansea Valley, co.
Glamorgan, 31 October 1890,
bur. at Ystradgynlais.



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Iris Aylett, bom at
Ystradgynlais 22 Oc-
tober 1 89 1, bapt. there.



Adelina Mawde Aylett,
born 9 May 1894, bapt.
at Ystradgynlais.



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Geoffrey Douglas Aylett Branfill,
bom at Maes-y-dderwen 27 July
1895, bapt. at Ystradgynlais.



Elizabeth Phyllis Aylett, bom at
Maes-y-dderwen 23 May 1897,
bapt. at Ystradgynlais.



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Major-General Brydges Robinson Branfill, born at Upminster=
Hall, CO-. Essex, 22 November 1833, bapt. at Upminster 6 March
1834; entered the 5th Bengal Light Cavalry as Cornet 14
March 1S54, Lieutenant 5 May 1856, Captain 7 April i860,
INL-vjor II January 1870, Lieut. -Colonel 19 December 1876,
Colonel 14 March 1884, retired as Major-General ; Deputy-
Superintendent 2nd Grade Great Trigonometrical Sur\ey of India,
in charge of Madras Party, Bangalore, India, i October 1871 ;
J. P. and County Councillor for co. Essex; died at Burghstead
Lodge, Billericay, aged 71, on Friday, 26 May, bur. in the
churchyard at Upminster 30 May 1905.



=Amy Sophia, of Burghstead
Lodge, Billericay, co. Essex,
3rd dau. of Brigadier-
General George Bucknall
Shakespear of the Royal
Artillery, by Henrietta
Louisa his wife, dau. of
Edward Panet of Quebec,
Canada ; born at Quebec
8 October 1848; marr. at
Bangalore 8 October 1870.



Norman Shakespear
Branfill, born at
Bangalore on Satur-
day, 5 August 1 87 1,
bapt. at St. Martin's,
Bangalore; died 11
October 187 1, bur.
at Bangalore.



Cyril Townsend=
Weigall (son of
Alfred Weigall of
the Close, Salis-
bury) ; born at
Salisbury 21 May
1878; F.R.C.O.



I
=May Leila, born
27 March, bapt.
at St. Martin's,
Bangalore, i May
1873; marr. at
Great Burstead,
CO. Essex, 23
August 1907.



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Amy Blanche Brydges, born at
Bangalore on Monday, 23 August,
bapt. at St. Martin's, Bangalore,
in September 1880.



Damaris Shakespear, born at
Burghstead Lodge, Billericay, on
Saturday, 19 February 1887, bapt.
at Great Burstead



I
Walter Ernest Sax Battiscombe=Agnes Josepha,



(youngest son of the Rev.
Richard Battiscombe of Hac-
tons, CO. Essex, by Anne his
wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles
Marshall, Rector of Lawhitton,
CO. Cornwall) ; born 6 February
1841 ; entered the Army as
Ensign 53rd Foot 6 January
i860. Lieutenant Military Train
3 September 1863, Deputy
Commissary, Control Depart-
ment, 15 February 1870, re-
tired I October 1878; J.P. for
CO. Somerset ; died at Hillside,
\\'orle, CO. Somerset, 22 August
1902, bur. at Worle.



of Hillside,

Worle ; born at
Upminster Hall
1 2 September,
bapt. at Upmin-
ster 30 October
1835 ; marr. at
Upminster 26
January 1864.



I
John Arthur Capel=
Branfill of 25
Rosendale Road,
Dulwich,co. Surrey;
born at Upminster
Hall 23 March,
bapt. at Upminster
26 May 1838; edu-
cated at Rugby and
at King's College,
London.



=Mary Katherine, eldest
dau. of Charles Robert
Robinson of Higher
Platway, Shaldon, co.
Devon, formerly of
Swinton Park, near
Manchester ; born at
Marples, co. Chester,
26 May 1843 ; marr.
at St. Nicholas, co.
Devon, on Tuesday,
IS December 1868.



Theodore Branfill, born at Carlingford,
CO. Louth, on Monday, i November
1875, died the next day, and bur. there.




Bussell of ^tufabers, jBtortf) iBcfeenbon,
CO. €sse]c.

Arim. — Argent on a chevron between three cross-crosslets fitchee sable an escallop or.
Crest. — A deini-lion rampant argent collared gules charged on the body with a chevron sable
thereon an escallop or holding between the paws a cross-crosslet fitchee of the third.

Champion Edward Bianfill of Upminster Hall, co. Essex (only son=j=Anne Eliza, younger dau. and



of Champion Branfill of Upminster Hall, by Charlotte his wife,
dau. of Edward Brydges of Wootton Court, co. Kent) ; born at
the house of his grandmother, Mrs. Brydges, in the precincts,
Canterbury, 13 July, bapt. privately the next day, and received
into the church at Canterbury Cathedral lo August 1789; educated
at Eton; Lieutenant 3rd Dragoons (King's Own) 15 November
1810, Captain 29 June 1815: J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex; died
at Upminster Hall, aged 55, on Monday, 7 October 1844, bur. in
Upminster Church.



coheir of the Rev. Anthony
Egerton Hammond, Rector of
Knowlton and Ivychurch, co.
Kent; born in May 1797;
marr. at Kingston, co. Kent,
26 November 1818; died at
Upminster Hall, aged 76, on
Tuesday, 4 November 1S73,
bur. at Upminster.



I .
Lieut. -Colonel Champion Russell of=
Stubbers, North Ockendon, co.
Essex; born 19 October 1820; J. P.
and D.L. for co. Essex, High Sheriff
1859; Lieut. -Colonel West Essex
Militia ; assumed the surname of
Russell only by Royal Licence
dated 14 May 1829, on succeeding
to the estate of Joseph Russell of
Stubbers ; died at Stubbers, in his
67th year, on Monday, 16 May, bur.
at North Ockendon on Saturday,
21 May 1887.



=Emily Augusta, eldest dau. of the Rev.

Charles John Way of Spains Hall, co. Essex,

Vicar of Boreham, co. Essex, by Georgiana

Augusta his wife, dau. of Harry Grover of

Hemel Hempstead, co. Hertford ; born

7 March 1834 ; marr. at Boreham (by the

Rev. Wilham Way) on Thursday, 9 August

Broadlands, Petersfield, co. Hants, aged 75,

27 December, bur. at Steep, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 29

December 1909. Will dated 25 March 1904, with codicil

dated 18 April 1908, proved in the Principal Registry

17 February 19 10, by Champion Branfill Russell and Robert

Francis Crawley, the Exors.



For other issue
see Fedit^ree
of Branfill,
page 8g>.



1855 ; died at
Monday,



George Henry Rew of Hill House, Appleshaw, co. Hants (youngest=
son of Henry Newton Rew of Anerley Park, co. Surrey, by Mary
Ann his wife, eldest dau. of Lieut. -Colonel John Field Oldham of
the 8th Battalion Royal Veterans) ; born at Messina, Sicily, on
Wednesday, 18 August 1852 ; served with a burgher force in Cape
Colony as Lieutenant against the Kaffirs 1877-78. ^



I
=Eva, born at Colchester, co.
Essex, on Wednesday, 10 Sep-
tember 1856; marr. at North
Ockendon (by the Rev. Charles
Rew) on Monday, 14 April 1879.



{For issue see Pedigree of Rew,
Vol. ij, page 124.)



=Mary, born at Stu libers.
North Ockendon, on
Monday, 26 July 1858,
bapt. at Upminster;
marr. at North Ocken-
don on Thursday, 1 1
July 1889.



Lieut.-General Sir William Freeman Kelly of Bushey Hill, Petersfield,=

CO. Hants, K.C.B. (elder son of William Robert Kelly of Walmer, co.

Kent) ; born in Montagu Place, Montagu Square, London, on Saturday,

25 September 1847 ; entered the Army as Ensign 8th Foot (The King's)

7 March 1867, Lieutenant 1871, Captain The Royal Sussex Regiment

1880, Major 1884, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet 1884, Colonel 1888,

Major-General 1900, Lieut.-General 23 May 1906, retired 8 May 1909;

Colonel of The Royal Sussex Regiment since 1903; Brigade-Major,

Egypt, 1S84-87; Assistant Military Secretary and A.D.C. to General

Officer Commanding Cape of Good Hope 26 January 1888, D.A.A.G.

Cape of Good Hope 21 June 1888, A.A.G. South Africa 17 December 1890, D.A.G. Irelnnd

30 October 1894, Adjutant-General Field Force, South Africa, January 1900, Major-General Infantry

Brigade, Malta, 8 May 1903; served in the North-West Frontier of Lidia Campaign 1876; in

Egyptian Expedition 1882-84 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 6 May 1884, medal

with two clasps, bronze star, 4th-class Medjidie, brevet of Lieut.-Colonel) ; in Soudan Expedition

1885 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 25 August 1885, two clasps); and in Scnith

African War 1899-1902, on Staff (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 8 February and



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