John Johnson. b. 1708, son of John Johnson. Carpenter and joiner of Leicester. m. Frances (b. 1707; d. at St Martin, Leicester, 19th October 1776, bur. there at St Martin’s Cathedral), nee Knights. He d. at St Martin, Leicester, 25th January 1780 (bur. there at St Martin’s Cathedral), having had issue, two sons and two daughters:
1) John Johnson. b. at Southgate Street, Leicester, 22nd April 1732. Architect. Settled in London before 1760. Surveyor of the County of Essex 1782-1812. Partner Mackworth Bank 1785-1803. Founder and Principal Trustee of the Consanguinitarium, St Martin, Leicester. Designer and builder of Berners Street (St Marylebone), The Jockey Club (Newmarket), Shire Hall (Chelmsford), the County Rooms (Leicester), Wimbledon Church, and a number of country seats in Essex, the Midlands, Devon and Glamorgan. He d. at the Consanguinitarium, St Martin, Leicester, 17th August 1814 (bur. there at St Martin’s Cathedral), having had issue, three sons:
a) John Johnson, the younger. b. at London, 1761 (eldest son). Architect and surveyor. He d.s.p. 26th February 1813 (bur. Finchley Church).
b) The Rev Charles Johnson. b. at London, 1769. Chaplain to King George IV when Prince of Wales, Vicar of Brent and Berrow, Rector of South Stoke 1792-1816, and Prebendary of White Lackington in the Cathedral Church of Wells 1816-1841. Principal Trustee of the Consanguinitarium, St Martin, Leicester 1815-1841. m. at Christian Malford, Wilts., 25th March 1790, Mary (d. 1843), second daughter of The Rev William Willes, sometime Archdeacon of Taunton, Bath and Wells, and Prebendary of Compton Dundon, by his wife, Margaret, sister and co-heir of William Jeans, of Shroton, Dorset. He d. at South Brent, Somerset, 16th August 1841, having had issue, six sons and five daughters:
i) Captain John Samuel Willes Johnson. b. at South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Somerset, 3rd July 1793, educ. Elmore Court, near Gloucester. Entered RN 1/2/1807, served at the capture of Algiers 1816, prom Cdr 6/2/1821, served First China War 1841, CO HMS Wolverine in the East Indies 1841-1844, prom Capt 9/11/1846, MP for Montgomery Boroughs 1861-1863. Author: “The Travellers’ Guide Through France, Italy and Switzerland” (1828) and “Songs of the Mid-Watch” (1838). m. (first) at Paris, 14th May 1821, Elisabeth [Eliza] de Windt (b. at Ste Croix, Virgin Islands, 15th January 1795; d. at Dover, Kent, 24th April 1842), adopted daughter and heiress of Judith de Windt, Viscountess Chapt de Rastignac, the widow of Jacques Gabriel, Viscount Chapt de Rastignac, sometime marechal de camp and Col-cdt Burgundy Infantry Regt, and eldest daughter of Jan de Windt, of St Eustatius, in the Dutch Antilles, and Paris, France, by his wife, Sarah, daughter of Adolphus Roosevelt, of St Croix, West Indies. m. (second) at Highworth, Wilts, September 1849, Joanna Burn Smeaton (b. at London, 6th March 1806; d. at Hannington Hall, Highworth, Wilts, 1854), widow of Colonel Henry John Freke, CB, of Hannington Hall, Highworth, Wilts., and daughter of George Smeaton, Esq, by his wife, Mary, née Baker. m. (third) at St George’s, Hannover Square, September 1856, Margaretta Anne [Mrs Pugh-Johnson] (d. at Llanerchydol Hall, near Welshpool, co. Montgomery, 25th November 1881), who assumed the additional surname of Pugh on 2nd February 1879 after succeeding to the estates of her late brother Major Charles Vaughan Pugh, of Plas Trehelig, Montgomery, eldest daughter of Major David Pugh, of Llanerchydol Hall, near Welshpool, and Rhiwargor, co. Montgomery, sometime MP, JP, DL, and High Sheriff for Montgomeryshire, by his wife, Anne, only child and heiress of Evan Vaughan, Esq., of Beguildy, Radnor. He d. at Hannington Hall, Highworth, Wilts, 25th July 1863, having had issue, and only daughter by his first wife, and two daughters by his third wife:
(1) Elizabeth Sarah [Mrs Elizabeth Sarah Willes de Windt]. b. at Paris, France, 1826 (d/o Eliza). Granted together with her husband a Royal License to assume the name and arms of de Windt 26th February 1851. m. at Epinay-sur-Orge, Seine, France, 29th August 1847, and at the British Embassy, Paris, 30th August 1847, Captain Joseph Clayton de Windt (b. at Stanton Fitzwarren, Wilts., 1815; k. by a fall from his horse at Blunsdon Hall, Highworth, Wilts., 3rd August 1863, bur. Blundson St Andrew), né Jennings, of Blunsdon Hall, Highworth, Wilts., Dinnington, Northumberland, and of Chateau d’Epinay-sur-Orge, Seine, France, who assumed the sole surname of de Windt March 1852, cmsnd as Cornet 15th Hussars 8/2/1839, prom Lieut 18/6/1841, served as Capt with the British Auxiliary Legion in Spain, rcvd: Cross of San Fernando 1st class (20.1.1842) and Medal for the Capture of Irun (1836), only son of Joseph Clayton Jennyns, of Dinnington, Northumberland, sometime Governor of Demerara, Guiana, by his first wife, Katherine Margaret, née Bray. She d. at West Hill, Highworth, Wilts, 4th March 1870 (bur. Blundson St Andrew), had issue, two sons and one daughter:
(b) Captain Harry Willes Darell de Windt. b. at Rue St Georges, Paris, France, 9th April 1856, educ. Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. ADC to the Rajah of Sarawak 1876-1878, explorer and adventurer, travelled overland Peking to Paris 1887, Russia to India via Persia 1889, Montenegro to Russia 1905, explored the Sahara and Morocco 1911-1913, attempted New York to Paris via Siberia, the Alention sleands and Alaska in 1897 nearly perishing in the Behring Straits, succeeded in 1901-1902, inspected prisons in Western Siberia 1890, and political prisons and mines in Eastern Siberia 1894, Mbr UK delegation to Paris Penal Congress 1895. Cmsnd as Sub-Lieut 2nd Warwickshire Militia 2/6/1875, prom Capt 4th Btn R Warwicks Regt 18/3/1882, resig 26/3/1887, returned to service in the Great War as temp Capt 12/7/1915, Recruiting Service 1915-1916, and cdt POW Camp 1917-1918. FRGS, author and publisher of numerous books and articles. m. (first) at St George’s Hannover Square, London, 18th July 1882 (div. 1888), Frances Laura Arabella (b. at Kerry, Montgomery, Wales, 27th May 1864; m. second, at Westbury, Wilts, 3rd December 1892, Anthony George Lyster, and d. at Bordighera, Italy, 29th April 1932, bur. there), fourth daughter of Richard Penruddocke Long, Esq., of Rood Ashton, Wilts. and Dolforgan Hall, co. Montgomery, sometime High Sheriff, DL, JP and MP for Montgomery, by his wife, Charlotte Anna, only surviving child of The Rt Hon William Wentworth Fitzwilliam Dick, of Humewood, co Wicklow, sometime High Sheriff, DL, JP, and MP for co. Wicklow. m. (second) at St Marylebone, Mdsx., 13th June 1899, Hilda Frances Ella (bapt. at Taunton St Mary, Somerset, 29th January 1873; d. at Maidenhead, Berkshire, 12th June 1924), younger daughter of The Rev William Robinson Clark, DD, LLD, MA, DCL, sometime Vicar of Taunton, later Professor of Moral Philosophy at Trinity Coll., Toronto, and Presdt. Royal Soc. of Canada, by his first wife, Elizabeth Jane. m. (third) at the Register Office, Brighton, Sussex, 10th November 1927, Elizabeth Charlotte (daughter or sister of Amelia [Amalie] Henrietta Ihle, who d. 8th May 1928??) (b. at London, 1878; d. at Brighton, Sussex, 7th July 1964), educ. in London and Dresden, Saxony, alias Elaine Inescort, stage actress and singer, former wife of John Wightman, and daughter of Ladislaus Maurice Ihle. He d. at Bournemouth, Dorset, 30th November 1933 (bur. there Cemetery Junction Graveyard), having had issue, an only daughter by his first wife:
(i) Margaret Maud de Windt, Mrs Arthur McNalty. b. at London, 1883 (d/o Frances). m. at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, St Marylebone, London, 19th December 1905 (div. 1921), Brigadier-General Arthur George Preston McNalty, CMG (1.1.1916), CBE (m 3.6.1919) (b. 6th June 1871; d. at London, 2nd September 1958), cmsnd. 2nd-Lieut. ASC 3/8/1901, served in Boer War 1901-1902 (rcvd: MID, King’s & Queen’s medals + 5 clasps), DAA & QMG Egypt 1911-1914, served in the Great War in Egypt, Dardanelles, France (rcvd: MID six times, wounded), Dit-Gen Graves Registration 1919-1920, prom Hon Brig-Gen retd 2/12/1920, Col Reserve of Ofcrs. 1/3/1922, son of Lieutenant-Colonel George William McNalty, CB, RAMC, sometime Hon. Surgeon to the Viceroy of India, by his wife, Georgina Elizabeth, daughter of The Rev St George Caulfield Irvine. She d. at Marlow, Bucks, 28th October 1967, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
1. Major Peter Geoffrey Bourchier McNalty. b. in Cheshire, 7th June 1909. Cmsnd 2nd-Lieut 30/1/1930, transf IA 5/4/1931, prom Lieut. 30/4/1932, attached 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse) IAC, attached Indian Political Dept 1934-1937, prom Capt 1/8/1938, served in WW2 1939-1944 with 1st Btn 8th Gurkha Rifles in Burma campaign. Rcvd: 39/45 and Burma Stars, Defence, War and India Service Medals (posth 1945). m. at St. Luke’s Church, Abbottabad, Punjab, India, 10th March 1941, Betty Marjorie (d. Derbyshire, 1988?), nee Butcher. He k. whilst on a reconnoitring patrol in Burma, 11th March 1944 (bur. Taukkyan War Cemetery).
2. Frances Joy St. George McNalty. b. in Hampshire, 14th December 1907. m. at St Peter’s Church, Eaton Square, Westminster, 14th January 1931, Ernest Alphonse Hardy (b. at Chelsea, Mdsx, September 1893), educ. Charing Cross & Royal Dental Hospitals (LDS 1916, LRCP 1919), London, Snr Dental Surgeon Woolwich War Memorial Hospital, MRCS Eng 1919, FDS RCS Eng 1948. She d. at Marlow, Bucks, 15th December 1976.
(a) Margaret Alice Lili [H.H. The Ranee of Sarawak]. b. at Rue St Georges, Paris, France, 9th October 1849. Raised to the title of Ranee of Sarawak with the style of Her Highness 28th October 1869, author of “Good Morning and Good Night”, “My Life in Sarawak” (1913), etc. m. at Highworth, Wilts., 28th October 1869, H.H. Rajah Sir Charles Anthoni Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak, GCMG (b. at Berrow Vicarage, near Burnham, Somerset, 3rd June 1829; d. at Chesterton House, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 17th May 1917, bur. Sheepstor Churchyard, Devon), second son of her grand uncle, The Rev Francis Charles Johnson, sometime Vicar of White Lackington, Somerset, by his wife, Emma Frances, fourth daughter of Thomas Brooke, Esq., sometime Senior Judge Court of Appeal at Bareilly. She d. at Lelant, Cornwall, 1st December 1936, having had issue, five sons and one daughter – see below.
(a) Violet. b. at Greenfields, Weston Rhyn, Shropshire, 4th December 1892. m. in Surrey, 9th May 1929, Captain Casper Rudolf Leopold Brunnström (b. at Hovdala, Hässleholm, Sweden, 30th November 1897; d. at Greenfields, Weston Rhyn, Shropshire, 11th January 1973), sometime Ryttmästare of a Swedish Cavalry Regt, only son of Axel Vilhelm Leopold Brunnström, of Ängelholm, Sweden, by his wife, Hedvig Stanislas Augusta, second daughter of Captain Carl Casper Casimir Ehrenborg, of Brönnestad, Hovdala, sometime Ryttmästare of a Swedish Hussar Regt. She d. 1956.
(4) Maud Felicia Frances Anne Pugh-Johnson [Maud, Mrs Robert Long] (d/o Mrs Pugh-Johnson). Assumed the surname of Pugh-Johnson 2nd February 1879. m. 6th February 1884, Major Robert Chaloner Critchley Long (b. 4th September 1858; d. 5th October 1938), educ. Marlborough Coll, served Zulu War 1879, prom Capt 4/9/1914 and served in the Great War 1914-1918, DL, JP, third son of Richard Penruddocke Long, Esq., of Rood Ashton, Wilts. and Dolforgan Hall, co. Montgomery, sometime High Sheriff, DL, JP and MP for Montgomery, by his wife, Charlotte Anna, only surviving child of the Rt Hon William Wentworth Fitzwilliam Dick, of Humewood, co Wicklow, sometime High Sheriff, DL, JP, and MP for co. Wicklow. She d. 1919, having had issue, three daughters.
ii) The Rev Francis Charles Johnson. b. 26th February 1797, educ. Queen’s Coll, Oxford (BA 1817, MA 1867). Vicar of White Lackington, Somerset 1825. m. 27th March 1822, Emma Frances (b. 1802; d. at Bath, Somerset, 9th May 1870), daughter of Thomas Brooke, sometime Senior Judge Court of Appeal at Bareilly, by his wife, Anna Maria, natural daughter of Colonel The Rt Hon William (Stuart), 9th Lord Blantyre. He d. at Chard, Somerset, 22nd December 1874, having had issue, five sons and six daughters:
(1) Captain John Brooke Johnson-Brooke, Rajah Muda. b. 1823, educ. Ensign 88th Regt of Foot 11/10/1839, prom Capt 18/1/1848, retd. 1853, Capt 1st Regt Royal Surrey Militia 3/8/1864, resig 1868. Adopted the name and arms of Brooke and appointed ADC to his uncle the Rajah 1848. Appointed Heir Apparent and granted the title of TuanBesar 14th September 1848, invested with the sword of state and appointed as Rajah Muda of Sarawak 19th September 1861. Disinherited and banished from Sarawak, 23rd February 1863. Mbr Council Negri 1853-1863. m. (first) 9th September 1855, Anne, Dayang Besar (b. 13th March 1834; d. at Government House, Kuching, Sarawak, 25th November 1858, bur. there, Brooke Cemetery), third daughter of John Grant of Kilgraston and Pitkeathly, by his second wife, Lady Lucy Grant of Kilgraston and Pitkeathly, third daughter of General The Rt Hon Thomas (Bruce), 7th Earl of Elgin and 11th Earl of Kincardine, PC, sometime Ambassador to Turkey, procurer of “The Elgin Marbles”. m. (second) at Singapore, 18th May 1861, Juliana Caroline [Julia, Ranee Muda] (b. 1834; d. at Government House, Kuching, Sarawak, 10th April 1862, bur. there, Brooke Cemetery), youngest daughter of Benjamin Welstead, Esq., of Kimbolton, Huntingdon, sometime DL, JP, by his wife, Mary, third daughter of Owsley Rowley, Esq., of Priory Hill, St Neots, Huntingdon, sometime Vice-Lieut of Huntingdonshire. He d. at Hounslow, Mdsx, 1st December 1868, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
(b) John Charles Evelyn Hope Brooke. b. at Kuching, Sarawak, 13th November 1858 (s/o Annie). m. 27th April 1892, The Hon Violet Mary (b. 3rd May 1872; d. 10th December 1938), second daughter of Captain The Rt Hon Walter Bulkeley (Barrington), 9th Viscount Barrington, late Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, sometime DL and JP for Berks., by his first wife, The Rt Hon Mari Isabella, Viscountess Barrington, second daughter of The Rev Richard Bogue, sometime Vicar of Denbury, South Devon. He d. at The Orchard, Turweston, Brackley, Northants, 19th June 1934, having had issue, five sons and five daughters:
(i) Vice-Admiral Basil Charles Barrington Brooke, CB (m 9.6.1949), CBE (m 11.6.1946). b. at Boddington House, Byfield, Northants., 6th April 1895, educ. Malvern Coll., Worcester. Midshipman RN 1913 served in the Great War 1914-1918 and WW2 in Far East 1944-1945 (rcvd: MID, CBE, 39/45, Pacific and Burma stars, Defence, War and NGS medals), cmd. HMS Curlew 1939-1940, HMS Southampton 1940-1941, and HMS Renown 1944-1945, prom. Rear-Ad. 1947, retd. 1949, prom. Vice-Ad. 1950, DL, JP East Lothian. m. 16th April 1925, Nora Evelyn, daughter of Charles Toppin, of Malvern Coll., Worcester. He d. at Saffron Walden, Essex, 20th January 1983, having had issue, two sons and two daughters:
1. Peter Barrington Brooke. b. 4th July 1926, educ. Malvern. Served in WW2 with RN and RNR. m. Elizabeth, nee Bodkin. He d. at Yeovil, Somerset, April 1998, having had issue, one son and two daughters:
a. Adrian Barrington Brooke. b. 1954. He d. suddenly, 18th October 2005 (crem. Aberdeen Crematorium, Hazlehead).
a. Carolyn. b. 1953.
b. Sally. b. 1957.
2. Julian Hope Brooke. b. 19th December 1930, m. (first) 1953 (div.), Caroline Harcourt. m. (second) 1970, Gladys H. Burlew. He has issue, two daughters by his first and one son and one daughter by his second wife:
b. Lesley. b. 1959 (d/o Caroline). m. 1983, The Hon Daniel George Dixon (b. 26th July 1959), eldest son and heir of Major The Rt Hon Thomas Robin Valerian (Dixon), 3rd Baron Glentoran, CBE, DL, late Gren Guards, sometime Shadow Spokesman for Northern Ireland in the House of Lords, by his first wife, Rona Alice Gabrielle, only daughter of Captain George Cecil Colville, CBE, RN, of Bishop’s Waltham, Hants. She has issue:
i. Anthony Thomas Dixon. b. 1987.
ii. Marcus Hope Dixon. b. 1989.
c. Monique Simone (d/o Gladys). m. in Kent, August 2003, James C. H. Harding.
1. Isabel Ann [Mrs Peter Blake]. b. 21st January 1929. m. Peter Blake. She has issue, one son and two daughters:
a. Richard Blake. b. 1954.
b. Caroline. b. 1953.
2. Jennifer, Mrs Ian MacIlwaine. b. 22nd May 1932. m. Ian L. MacIlwaine. She has issue one son and one daughter:
a. Trevor MacIlwaine.
(ii) Alaric Hope-Brooke Brooke. b. at Boddington House, Byfield, Northants, 27th February 1897. Cadet OTC 1914, cmsnd as 2nd Lieut Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry 27/10/1915, served in the Great War 1915-1918. Resided in Brazil for many years. Co Dir. m. Molly Ethel (b. at Portsmouth, Hants, 1901), second daughter of Talbot Charles Vincent Shortland, Esq., of Bank House, Newport, Isle of Wight, by his wife, Harriett Ethel Rochford Winter, youngest daughter of George Walter Winter, Esq of Baddegama, Ceyon, late of the Ceylon Civil Service. He d. at Corfe View, Wareham, Dorset, 31st October 1962, having had issue, two daughters:
1. Jill Violet Brooke. b. 1924. m. at ..., Bucks, 1940, Alan E. Churchfield. She had issue, one daughter:
2. Diana Mary. b. 1926. m. 1947, H.R. Hooper. She had issue, two sons and one daughter:
a. George Hooper.
b. John Hooper.
a. Sandy Hooper.
(iii) John Vyner Slingsby Brooke. b. on the Isle of Wight, 7th November 1899, educ. Malvern Coll., Worcester. m. 17th November 1927, Muriel Heywood (b. at Stratford-upon-Avon, 13th February 1901; d.s.p. 23rd January 1947), only daughter of Major Alan Heywood Fell, Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars, of Harbury and Knells, Cumberland, by his wife, Florence, daughter of John Montgomerie, Esq., of Gosforth, Newcastle. He d.s.p.
(iv) Rupert Francis James Brooke, of Isle of Thorns, Chelwood Gate, Sussex. b. on the Isle of Wight, 17th November 1900, educ. Malvern Coll., Worcester. m. 1st February 1927, Lorner Ashton (b. 7th August 1904), elder twin daughter of Captain William Wybergh James, 20th Hussars, of Barrock Park, Cumberland, by his wife, Dora, youngest daughter of The Rev James Alexander Fell, of Knells, Cumberland and Lismore, Argyllshire. He had issue, one son (twin) and two daughters:
1. Christopher Brooke. Settled in Donegal, Ireland. m. Amanda. He has issue, a son:
a. Harry J. Brooke. b. at Truro, Cornwall, September 1995, educ. the Doon Sch, Dehra Dun, India.
1. Annabel Dora. b. 4th April 1930. m. 12th October 1957, Ian Reginald Price Haig, 11th Hussars, younger son of Lieutenant-Colonel Ronald Price Haig, of Park Gate, Blackham, Sussex, late QO Cameron Highlanders, by his wife, Cecily Mary, second daughter of Brigadier-General Reginald Stewart Oxley, CB, CMG, of Peverel Court, Aylesbury, Bucks. She had issue, one son and two daughters:
(v) Bruce Brooke. b. at Boddington House, Brackley, Northants., 26th July 1906, educ. Lancing. m. 2nd March 1932, Marion Isobel Rothery, daughter of The Hon Walter Frederick Nutt, OBE, of Knoll Lodge, Lilliput, Bournemouth, sometime MLC Straits Settlements and MFC Federated Malay States, by his wife, Gertrude Isabel, nee Cowper. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
1. Barrington Rothery Brooke. b. 7th December 1932, educ. Lancing. m. 14th May 1955, Diana Mildred Edith (b. 30th April 1929; d. at Mukoko, Glendale, Zimbabwe), eldest daughter of Commander Henry Kelsall Beckford Mitchell, CBE, RN, of Folke Manor, Sherborne, sometime High Sheriff of Dorset, Chair and Vice-Chair Dorset Co Council, by his wife, Gladys Margaret, daughter of James Guy Holbrook Preston, Esq., of Bubspool House, East Coker, Somerset. He d. at Mukoko, Glendale, Zimbabwe, 1983, having had issue, one and one daughter:
a. Nicholas Guy Barrington Brooke. b. 7th February 1956. m. Patricia, nee Daw. He has issue, two sons and one daughter:
a. Dr Patricia Diane Brooke. b. 3rd December 1957. Dental surgeon. m. at Folke, Sherborne, Dorset, 23rd May 1987, Charles Robert Arbuthnott (b.4th October 1956), educ. Fettes Coll, Edinburgh, and Silsoe Coll and Cranfield Inst of Tech (BSc), Beds, only son of Colonel The Hon William David Arbuthnott, MBE, late The Black Watch, of Lagbeag, Little Dunkeld, Perthshire, by his wife, Sonja Mary, daughter of Colonel Charles Newbigging Thompson, CBE, DSO, TD, DL, of Ethiebeaton by Dundee. She has issue, two sons:
i. David Barrington Arbuthnott. b.6th May 1989.
ii. James Brooke Arbuthnott. b.30th August 1990.
1. Joanna Gay Emmot [Mrs David Denton]. b. 22nd July 1937. m. 31st May 1958, David Kipling Denton (b. 1924; d. in Zimbabwe, 19th July 1971), educ. St. Peter’s Coll, Radley, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, second son of Major Geoffrey Price Denton, MC, late RFA (TF), of Salisbury, Rhodesia, by his wife, Mary, eldest daughter of Frederick Haigh Pyman, of Dunsley Hall, Yorkshire. She has issue, two sons and one daughter:
a. Timothy Kipling Denton. b. 14th September 1961, educ. Peterhouse Sch, Marondera, Zimbabwe. Dir & General Mngr Makandi Estates Ltd 2003-2006 and Streamcourse Ltd 2003-2006, Head of Agricultural Research for Silver Street Capital. Non-Exec Dir Crookes Brothers Ltd since 2012. Mbr Zimbabwe Olympic Cttee. m. Patricia Joy (b. at Glasgow, Scotland, 17th February 1964), daughter of Arthur Richard Cole-Hamilton, CBE, of Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland, sometime Dir & CEO Clydesdale Bank plc, by his wife, Prudence Ann, daughter of Dr Lindsay Lamb, of Edinburgh. He has issue, two sons and two daughters, including an eldest son:
i. David Kipling Denton. b. at Marondera, Zimbabwe, 5 February 1990, educ. Kingswood Coll, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa, and Edinburgh Univ, Scotland. Scotland Rugby International since 2010.
b. Philip Brooke Denton. b. 30th June 1966. m. at Harare, Zimbabwe, 19th May 1990, Julie Grace, youngest daughter of Donald Watson, by his wife, Grace. He has issue, one son and one daughter:
i. Richard Brooke Denton. b. 1st June 1998.
i. Karla Symonn Denton. b. 19th August 1996.
a. Eugenie Ann [Mrs David Worswick]. b. 7th March 1963. m. at Marondera, Zimbabwe, 8th April 1989, David Peter Worsley Worswick, son of Peter John Worsley Worswick, of Dormervale Estate, the Marandellas, Zimbabwe, by his wife, Deidre. She has issue, one son and two daughters:
i. Mark David Worsley Worswick. b. 4th March 1993, educ. Springvale House and Peterhouse Sch, Marondera, Zimbabwe.
i. Claire Worsley Worswick. b. 4th January 1991.
ii. Sarah Catherine Worsley Worswick. b. 13th November 1998.
(i) Annie Violet [Mrs John Turner]. b. at Boddington House, Brackley, Northants., 27th March 1893. m. John Teasdale Turner. She d. 1950, having had issue, one son:
1. John Turner. m. Jenny (b. 1930; d. at Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, 15th November 1999), nee Stetzko. He had issue, two sons:
a. Grant Turner.
b. Dale Turner.
(ii) Beryl Mary, Mrs Norman Gregor. b. at Boddington House, Brackley, Northants., 2nd April 1894. m. 1922, Russell Norman Gregor (b. at Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, 1st July 1898; d. at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, July 1987), educ. RMC Sandhurst, cmsnd as 2nd Lieut Worcs Regt 1/5/1917, served in the Great War 1917-1919. She d.s.p. 1969.
(iv) Miss Mollie Laura Brooke [Sister Mary Mechtild], CSMV. b. at Boddington House, Brackley, Northants, 1903. She d. unm.
(v) Miss Ruth Brooke. b. on the Isle of Wight, 1904. She d. unm.
(c) Miss Matilda Agnes Brooke. b. at Government House, Kuching, Sarawak, 5th April 1862 (d/o Julia).
(2) Charles Anthoni Johnson, who succeeded as H.H. Rajah Sir Charles Anthoni Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak – see below.
(3) Captain William Frederic Johnson, RN. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, 23rd November 1830, educ. Entered the RN, served in Burma War, Crimean War in the Baltic and Black Sea 1855-1856, and and China Wars 1857-1860, present at Sinhoo, Tooncoo and the taking of the Taku Forts (MID), prom Cdr 16/12/1865, prom Capt retd list 1/10/1873. Rcvd: Burma Medal & clasp, Crimean, Baltic and Turkish Medals with Sebastapol clasp, China Medal & clasps for Fatshan, Canton, Tooncoo & Taku Forts (1860). m. at Trinity Church, Paddington, London, 29th April 1868, Caroline Hope (b. at Instow, Devon, 6th August 1843; d. at Seafield House, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 4th November 1899, bur. Sidmouth, Devon), elder daughter of Captain William Toller, of Sidmouth, Devon, late HEIC Marine Service, by his first wife, Mary Charron, fourth daughter of John Williamson Fulton, sometime Sheriff of Calcutta, Bengal, and No 4, Upper Harley Street, London, Partner Mssrs Mackintosh, Fulton & McClinton. He d. 1916, having had issue, three sons and one daughter:
(a) Charles Hope Willes Johnson. b. at Gorey, Jersey, 10th March 1871, educ. Marlborough and Malvern Colls, and Jesus Coll, Cambridge (BA 1894). Solicitor 1898, Solicitor and Parliamentary agent & Partner Torr & Co 1899-1925. Legal Adviser to the Raj in England, Mbr Sarawak State Advisory Council (London) 1912-1929, Sarawak Govt Agent in London to 1929. m. at St Jude’s Church, South Kensington, Mdsx, 5th August 1897 (div. 1915), Blanche Kathleen Marie (m. second, 1916, Lieutenant-Colonel John William Henry Maturin, DSO, RASC), younger daughter of Colonel Sir William Everett, KCMG, of Carlton Gardens, Westminster, sometime AAG for Intelligence at the War Office, by his wife, Marie Georgiana, Lady Everett, daughter of Pietro Quartano de Calogeras, LLD, Barr-at-Law, of Corfu, Ionian Islands. He d. at Field Cottage, Sunningdale, Berks, 18th September 1934, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
(ii) Lionel Francis Willes Johnson. b. at Westminster, ca December 1905.
(i) Winifred Audrey. b. at South Kensington, Mdsx, 3rd October 1900.
(b) Henry Carslake Brooke Johnson. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, 30th May 1873, educ. St Edward’s Sch, Oxford, in Nancy, France and Cannstadt, Germany. Served with Mercantile Bank of India, London & China 1891-1893, Assist Treasurer of Sarawak 1894-1897, Acting PMG & Magistrate Court of Requests 1897, Acting Treasurer & Clerk to the Council Negri 1898-1900, Treasurer & Supreme Court Judge 1900-1902, Adtr & Adviser to the Pangeran of Lawas 1902-1904, Assist Cdr “R” Dvsn Metropolitan Police 1914, served in the Great War as Ordinary Seaman RND 1914-1915, cmsnd as Lieut ASC /1/1915, prom Capt /8/1915, Assist Sec Ministry of Information 1918-1919, Sec and Mgr Hurlingham Club 1925-1934. Governor St Edward’s Sch. Dir of several rubber and coconut plantation cos. m. 1918, Phyllis Loveday, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick John Henry Wynch, of Exmouth, sometime cdt 41st Dogras, IA. He d. at Glenmore House, Richmond Hill, Surrey, 30th November 1949, having had issue, two sons, including:
(i) Ralph Frederick Brooke Johnson. b. 1920. He d. 1974.
(ii) Lieutenant-Colonel St John Carslake Brooke Johnson, OBE (c 13.6.1987, MBE mil 21.12.1946). b. 8th January 1921, educ. St Edward’s Sch and Trinity Coll, Oxford (BA 1950). Private The Queen’s Royal Regt 1940, cmsnd as 2nd Lieut Worcs Regt 15/3/1941, served in Egypt, Cyprus and North Africa campaign, transf 1st SAS, AAC captured 1943, POW 1943-1945 (multiple escapee), transf back to Worcs Regt 1945, bde intelligence officer 13th Infantry Bde BAOR and in Italy 1947, served Berlin Blockade 1948, prom Capt 8/1/1948, Malayan Emergency and Konfrontasi, prom Maj 8/1/1955, Trng Officer Eaton Hall, Staff Coll Camberley and Shrivenham, prom Lt-Col 23/4/1964, GSO2 Hong Kong, BAOR, cdr Mercian Bde, NATO HQ Naples, retd 22/4/1970, Common Cryer and Serjeant-at-Arms City of London 1971-1984, Swordbearer and Snr Esquire to the Lord Mayor 1984-1987. Chair Drake Fellowship 1983, and Venture Trust. Rcvd: 39/45, France & Germany and Africa Stars, Defence & War (1945), GSM (MID 1952), Coron (1953), and Silver Jubilee (1977) medals. m. 18th April 1953, Penelope (b. 18th January 1925), daughter of Sir Lucius Abel John Granville Ram, KCB, QC, of Furze Park, Polruan, Cornwall, sometime First Parliamentary Counsel, by his wife, Elizabeth, Lady Ram, youngest daughter of Major Edward Alfred Mitchell-Innes, CBE, KC, of Churchill, Hemel Hempsted, Herts. He d. 18th September 1996, having had issue, three daughters:
(c) William Stuart Northcote Johnson. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, at Camberwell, Surrey, 27th January 1880. Joined RN 1895, prom Sub-Lieut 15/7/1900, prom Lieut RN, retd 1901 m. at Portsmouth, Hants, 1901 (div. 1902), Ellen Fox. He was k-i-a at Adnay, near Loos, 1915.
(a) Mary Emma [Mrs Mary Emma Pollard]. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, 16th May 1869. m. at All Saints Church, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 8th August 1899, Evelyn Richard Hugh Pollard (b. 17th August 1855; d. 9th October 1906), LKQCP (Irel), sometime Fleet Surgeon RN, served HMS"Ganges" Training Ship for Boys, Dep Insp-Gen, third son of George Augustus Pollard, Esq, of Castle Pollard, co Westmeath, Ireland, by his wife, Ann Denn, née Smith, of Leicester. She d. 30th December 1950, having had issue, two sons and two daughters:
(i) Surgeon Captain Evelyn Brooke Pollard. b. 7th November 1900, educ. St Edward’s Sch, Oxford, and St Bart’s Hospital, London. Cmsnd as Surgeon Lieut RN 18/6/1925, prom Surgeon Cdr 22/2/1936, Hon Surgeon to the Queen 1956-1958, retd as Surgeon Capt 7/11/1957. Hon Surgeon Royal Berks Hospital, Reading. MRCS Eng. LRCP Lond 1924. m. 20th July 1929, Honor Lilice Wake (b. 24th October 1901), daughter of William Charles Pollard, by his wife, Eleanor Elizabeth, neé Rogers. He d. 1974, having had issue, one daughter:
(ii) Frederic Hugh Pollard. b. 3rd September 1903, educ. St Edward’s Sch, Oxford. Joined Sarawak Civil Service. Evacuated to Australia 1941. m. (first) at St. Saviour’s Church, Walton Street, 23rd September 1930 (div. 1940), Elyne Frances (b. 4th November 1906), neé Tufnell. m. (second) 28th March 1940, Cecilia Elizabeth, neé Tabor. He d. 10th April 1955, having had issue:
1. Michael Hugh Pollard. b. 16th November 1931. m. 16th January 1954, Denyse Margaret (b. 6th June 1932), neé Ward. He d. 10th June 1981, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
a. Eirik Michael Hereward Pollard. b. 11th November 1966. m. 3rd September 1988, Catherine Edith (b. 23rd December 1969), neé Munro. He has issue, two daughters:
i. Teliah Louise. b. 15th August 1990.
ii. Alesha Jayne. b. 3rd March 1993.
a. Denyse Rebecca Pollard. b. 19th August 1960.
2. Hugh Nicholas Hampson Pollard. b. 13th May 1948. m. 1st April 1995, Catherine Anne (b. 11th June 1956), neé Cleary.
1. Letitia Caroline Anne. b. 22nd May 1950.
(i) Mary Hope Pollard. b. at Craigton, Gordon Town, Jamaica, 26th April 1902. She d. unm. 1967.
(ii) Ruth Elizabeth Florence [Mrs James Waddington]. b. 4th August 1905. m. 30th July 1932, James Hilary Sheffield Waddington, MBE (b. 21st September 1903; d. 25th July 1989), educ. Westminster, of Viners Wood House, Painswick, Gloucs, sometime archaeologist, served in Dept of Antiquities Palestine 1932-1935, FSA 1947, son of Quintin Waddington, FSA, of Ditchling, Sussex, sometime Curator Guildhall Museum, London, by his wife, Maude Mary, daughter of William Henry Hewitt, of Copdock, Suffolk. She d. 10th March 1978, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
1. Richard Hewitt Northcote Waddington. b. 14th December 1938. m. (first) 13th March 1965 (div. ) Clare Leslie Stanhope Lovell (b. 28th August 1941). m. (second) 19th March 1991, Theresa, neé Lord. He had issue, one son and one daughter by his first wife:
a. Samantha Jaqueline Helen Waddington. b. 20th June 1967. Unm. She has issue.
2. Martin Roger Capper Waddington. b. 5th February 1941 (twin with his sister Georgina). He d. 27th July 1949.
1. Georgina Mary Fulton. b. 5th February 1941 (twin with her brother Martin). m. 27th September 1963, Göran Gabriel Malmström (b. 27th June 1936; d. 17th April 2006), a Finnish national. She had issue:
a. Magnus Martin Gabriel Fulton Malmström. b. 27th July 1968. m. 11th August 2001, Asa Margareta (b. 25th July 1965), neé Lidman. He has issue, two daughters:
i. Mathilda Mary Louise Malmström. b. 21st July 2002.
ii. Viktoria Emma Georgina Malmström. b. 17th January 2004.
b. Karl William Brooke Malmström. b. 30th March 1971.
a. Bridget Kjerstin Mary. b. 15th January 1965. m. 14th June 1986, Jeffrey David Bickford (b. 16th May 1965), a US citizen. She has issue, twin sons and one daughter:
i. William Jeffrey Bickford. b. 10th September 1986.
ii. Alexander Karl Bickford. b. 10th September 1986.
i. Elisabeth Mary Agneta Bickford. b. 20th April 1988.
b. Ann Louise Fulton [Louise, Mme Fanac]. b. 9th June 1966. m. 30th May 1992, Philippe Fanac (b. at Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, 27th June 1963), blacksmith. She has issue, one son and one daughter:
(5) Henry Stuart Johnson, Tuan Bongsu. b. at Bath, Somerset, 1841. Adopted the name and arms of Brooke and appointed ADC to his uncle the Rajah of Sarawak 1860, granted the title of Tuan Adeh 19th September 1861 (later altered to Tuan Bongsu), Assist. Resident Saribas 1862-1863, actg. Resident 1863-1865, Resident 1865-1868, retd. from Sarawak service 1868, Deputy Governor Parkhurst Prison, Governor Chatham Prison, Chief Constable City of Edinburgh. Appointed as Heir Presumptive to his elder brother, in Rajah Sir James Brooke’s will. m. 1870, Mary Barbara Bernard, née Chilcott. He d. at Edinburgh, 31st March 1894, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
(a) Ralph Johnson. m. Barbara. He had issue.
(a) Violet Mary Frances Stuart, Lady Page Wood. m. 22nd September 1896, Colonel Sir John Page Wood, 5th Bart. (b. 14th April 1860; d. 20th October 1912), Lt-Col. cdt and brevet Col. 2nd Btn, the Border Regt, second son of Sir Francis Wood, 3rd Bart. of Hatherley House, Gloucestershire, Barr-at-Law, by his wife, Louisa Mary, Lady Wood, daughter of Robert Hodgson, Esq, of Appleshaw, Hants. She d. 17th March 1956, having had issue, an only son:
(i) Commander Sir John Stuart Page Wood, 6th Bart. b. 28th January 1898. Served in the Great War 1914-1918 (MID), and WW2. m. 8th November 1919, Barbara Arundell, Lady Page Wood, sometime First Officer WRNS, elder daughter of Major Arundell Clarke, of Fremington, Devon, sometime Royal North Devon Hussars. He d. 2nd April 1955, having had issue, two sons:
1. Sir John Hatherley David Page Wood, 7th Bart. b. 6th October 1921, educ. Westminster. Lieut. RNVR, served in WW2 1939-1945 (MID). m. 13th December 1947, Evelyn Hazel Rosemary, Lady Page Wood, youngest daughter of Captain George Ernest Bellville, of Fermyn Woods Hall, Brigstock, Northants, late 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, by his wife, Madeleine Malvina, Mrs George Bellville, MBE, daughter of Count Rudolph de Kerchove. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
a. Sir Anthony John Page Wood, 8th Bart. b. 6th February 1951, educ. Harrow Sch, Mdsx. Dir. Societé Générale Strauss Turnbull (London) 1982.
2. Captain Matthew Page Wood. b. 13th August 1924. Capt Coldstream Gds, served in WW2 in NW Europe (rcvd: 39/45 and Europe stars, Defence and War medals). m. 22nd October 1947, Betsann (b. 1927), daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Christesson Darby Tothill, late Rifle Bde., by his wife, Lady Cynthia Lettice Margaret Payne, sister of Air Chief Marshal The Rt Hon Percy Ronald Gardner (Bernard), 5th Earl of Bandon, GBE, CB, CVO, DSO, and only daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Ronald Percy Hamilton Bernard, late Rifle Bde. He had issue, two daughters:
a. Belinda Jane, Mrs Charles Hoste. b. 26th December 1952. m. (first) 1st March 1975 (div. 1997), Richard John Crowder (b. 28th March 1950), elder son of Major Frederick Petre Crowder, QC, of Lodge Farm, Knebworth, Hants, late Coldstream Guards, sometime MP for Ruislip-Northwood and Attorney-Gen, by his wife, Patricia Winifred Mary, The Hon Mrs Crowder, only daughter of Captain The Rt Hon William Marmaduke (Stourton), 25th Baron Mowbray, 26th Baron Segrave, and 22nd Baron Stourton, MC, late 8th (King’s Royal Irish) Hussars. m. (second) 1985, Charles Frederick Rutford Hoste. She has issue, one son by her second husband:
b. Miranda Elizabeth, Mrs William Kendall. b. 1st February 1962. m. 1993, William B. Kendall, son of Graham Kendall. She has issue, two daughters:
i. Emily Lucy Page Kendall. b. 1994.
ii. Sophia Lucy Page Kendall. b. 23rd March 1996.
(1) Mary Anne, Mrs Gilbert Nicholetts. b. 1825. m. at White Lackington, Somerset, 20th May 1848, Lieutenant-Colonel Gilbert Nicholetts (b. at South Petherton, Somerset, 13th July 1826; d. from cholera, at Kokoran, Afghanistan, 18th July 1879), educ. Rugby, Lieut. 1st Bombay Fusiliers 27/7/1848, Adjutant 1st Baluchis 1854, served with 1st Scinde Horse in Persia 1856 (medal & clasp), with 1st Baluchis in Indian Mutiny 1957-1858, 2nd-in-cmd 1st Baluchis 1858-1867, cdt 2nd Baluchis 1867-1879, prom Lieut-Col 27/7/1874, served in 2nd Afghan War 1878-1879, son of John Nicholetts, Esq., of South Petherton, Somerset, solicitor, by his wife, Mary, . She d.s.p. at St Mary’s Terrace, Paddington, London, 5th March 1901.
(2) Miss Harriet Helena Johnson. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, 1826. She d. unm. 1906.
(3) Charlotte Frances Johnson. bapt. at Lyncombe, Somerset, 27th February 1828.
(4) Emma Lucy, Mrs Edmund Evelyn. b. at White Lackington, Somerset, 1832. m. at White Lackington, Somerset, 20th August 1857, The Rev Edmund Boscawen Evelyn (b. 29th December 1828; d.s.p. at Worcester House, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 18th September 1904), educ. Trinity Coll., Cambridge (BA 1851, MA 1854), served as Chaplain to the Forces in the Crimean War, Rector of Wotton, Surrey 1857-1875, youngest son of Captain George Evelyn, of Wotton, Surrey, late Scots Guards, by his wife, Mary Jane, eldest daughter of James Hewitt Massy-Dawson, Esq., of Ballynacourté, co. Tipperary, sometime MP. She d.s.p. 27th June 1930.
(5) Miss Margaret Henrietta Johnson. b. ca 1834. She d. at Chard, Somerset, 1845.
(6) Miss Georgianna Brooke Johnson. b. 1836. She d. at Chard, Somerset, 20th November 1854.
iii) Edward Joseph Johnson. b. 1799. Ensign 51st Light Infantry (Second Yorkshire West Riding) 16/12/1820. He d. unm. at Corfu, Ionian Islands, in his 23rd year, 10th November 1821.
ii) Charlotte Elizabeth [Mrs Crookshank]. m. (first) 26th February 1818, Colonel Chichester William Crookshank, KH (m 13.1.1835) (b. 24th May 1783; d. 1st September 1838), cmsnd as Sub-Lieut 58th Foot 12/1/1799, served in the Napoleonic Wars in the West Indies at the taking of the Danish Virgin Islands 1801, capture of the Cape of Good Hope 1806, Monte Video (wounded) and Buenos Ayres (prisoner), at Roleica, Vimieira, Busaco, Fuentes d’Onor and Salamanca (wounded), and in the Walcheran exped, cdt. 33rd Foot, eighth son of The Hon Alexander Crookshank, of Newton Park, co. Dublin, and of Drumhalry and Birrenagh, co. Longford, sometime Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, by his wife, Esther, daughter of William Kennedy, Esq., of Beechill, sometime Alderman of the City of Londonderry. m. (second) at Hammersmith, 5th December 1844, Charles Cocks Eyre, Esq of Turnham Green. She d. 10th December 1856, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
(1) Captain Blackman Chichester Graham Crookshank. b. 10th January 1819. Cmsnd as Sub-Lieut 21st Regt, Capt 51st Light Infantry (Second Yorkshire West Riding). m. at Hobart, Tasmania, 4th December 1839, Helen Elizabeth (b. at West Ham, Essex, 21st October 1822; d. 19th November 1901), daughter of George Bilton, Esq., of Kimbolton Park, Hamilton, Tasmania, by his wife, Elizabeth. He d. 24th April 1860, having had issue.
(2) Arthur Chichester Crookshank. b. at Ryde, Isle of Wight, 23rd April 1825. Cmsnd. HEIC Marine, Magistrate Sarawak 1843-1846, Police Magistrate 1846-1857 & 1860-1862, Govt Sec & Chief Sec Council Negri 1862-1863, Resident of Sarawak 1863-1873, Mbr Council Negri 1870-1873, Officer Administering the Govt June 1847-September 1848, Adstr 1869-1870. m. 23rd April 1860, Bertha Jane (d. 21st February 1912), daughter of The Rev Allen Whitmore Lechmere, of Fownhope Court, Hereford, by his wife, Maria, née Cotes. He d.s.p. 15th February 1891.
(1) Alicia Emily Margarette. b. 12th March 1830. m. at Saint-Germain-En-Laye, Seine-Et-Oise, France, 30th November 1848, Colonel Robert Blair Kennedy (b. at Madras, 14th December 1824; m. second, 28th November 1877, Emily Elizabeth Mackenzie, and d. 13th October 1886, having had further issue), of Radloe House, near Corsham, Wilts., late Madras Army, son of William Kennedy, Bengal Military Audit Dept., by his wife, Charlotte, née Blair. She d. 25th December 1856 (IOL cards, or 1863 Burke), having had issue, one son and one daughter:
iii) Mary [Mrs Douglas]. b. at South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Somerset, 25th January 1791. m. at St. Marylebone, London, 29th May 1814, and again at Churchill, Somerset, 13th March 1817 (div. 1829), Richard William Glode Douglas (b. at Godmanchester, Suffolk, May 1798; m. at St. Bride, Fleet St., London, 31st May 1829 (bigamous) and again at Chichester, 22nd December 1829 (legal), Julia Elizabeth Nugent, Mrs Teasdale, née Bree, and d. from inflammation of the lungs, at Banana, Queensland, Australia, 10th June 1862, having had further issue by her), ensign in the 73rd Highland Regiment of Foot between 1814-1815, Customs Officer at Sydney, NSW 1852-1858, Clerk of the Court at Taroom, Queensland 1858-1861, and Clerk of Petty Sessions at Banana 1861-1862, youngest son of The Rev James Douglas, FSA, sometime Chaplain to the Prince Regent, by his wife, Margaret, twin daughter of John Oldershaw, of Rochester, Kent. She had issue, five sons:
(1) Alexander Bloomfield Douglas. b. 1819, educ. Edward Flower Sch, Islington. Physician. Godson of Lord Bloomfield. m. …
(2) Captain William Bloomfield Douglas, RNR. b. at Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Wales, 6th October 1822, educ. Edward Flower Sch, Islington. Captain’s Steward HMS Wolverene 1842, Master of the “Royalist” for the Rajah of Sarawak 1843-1844, HEIC naval service at Mauritius ca. 1844-1847, Chief Coastguard Officer HM Coastguard 1847-1852, Lieut-Cdr RNR, Officer British Merchant Marine aboard “Bosphorus” and “Hellespon” 1852-1854, Master “Bosphorus” 1854, Harbour Master, Chair Harbour Trust, Naval Officer, Presdt. Marine Brd, Master of Trinity House at Port Adelade 1854-1870, & Collector of Customs for South Australia 1858-1870, Govt Resident Northern Territory of Australia 1870-1873, Police Magistrate Singapore 1874-1875, Assist Resident Selangor 1875-1876, Resident Selangor 1876-1882, Head of Tidal Investigations Canadian Meteorological Service of Canada 1892-1893, Supt East Coast Tidal stations 1893-1904, Naval Assist. & Inspector for the Canadian Ministry of Marine, Nautical Adviser Brd of Examiners for Masters and Mates 1904-1906. Author of “The Golden Chersonese with the Gilding Off” (1885). m. (first) at Alnwick, Northumberland, 25th April 1848, Ellen Atkinson (b. at Alnwick, Northumberland, 1829; d. 1887). m. (second) at London, 1883, Kate Clunch. m. (third) 31st January 1899, Annie Maude (b. 3rd June 1874; m. second, July 1906, Ernest J. Schecke; and d. 22nd July 1909), third daughter of Ronald Joseph Macdonald , sometime Collector of Customs at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, by his wife, Alice Hamilton. He d. at No. 19 Smith Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 5th March 1906, having had issue, two sons and six daughters by his first wife, one daughter by his second.
(3) John Douglas. b. at Westhampnett, Sussex, 23rd April 1826, educ. Edward Flower Sch, Islington.
iv) Harriet, Lady Edwards. b. at South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Somerset, 4th August 1801. m. (first) at South Stoke, Somerset, 1823, Captain John Owen Herbert (b. at Llanwnog, Montgomery, 11th June 1782; d. 31st March 1824), of Dolforgan Hall, Ceri, co. Montgomery, Capt. Montomeryshire Legion 1803, JP, High Sheriff 1810, eldest son of John Herbert, Esq., of Dolforgan, Upper Cwmyddalfa, Park and Llunello, co. Montgomery, sometime DL, JP and High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire, by his wife, Avarine Brunetta, eldest daughter of Thomas Owen, Esq., of Llunello, co. Montgomery. m. (second) 7th December 1825, as his second wife, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Edwards, 1st Bart of Garth, co. Montgomery (cre 23rd July 1838) (b. 15th January 1770; d. at Brynypys, co Flint, 19th April 1850), educ. Queen’s Coll, Oxford, MP for Montgomeryshire 1833-1841, Lieut-Col Montgomeryshire Militia, widower of Catherine Browne, of Millington, and son of John Edwards, Esq., of Greenfields, Plas Machynlleth, co Montgomery, by his wife, Cornelia, only daughter and sole heiress of Richard Owen, Esq of Garth, co. Montgomery. She d. after a long illness, at Plas Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, 23rd November 1882, having had issue, one daughter by each husband:
(1) The Most Hon. Mary Cornelia, Marchioness of Londonderry. b. at Plas Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, 13th November 1826 (d/o Sir John Edwards). m. 3rd August 1846, Colonel The Most Hon. George Henry Robert Charles William (Vane-Tempest), 5th Marquess of Londonderry, KP (23.4.1874) (b. 26th April 1821; d. at Plas Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, 6th November 1884), MP for North Durham 1847-1854, Special Ambassador to the Court of Russia to invest the Emperor with the Order of the Garter 1867, Lord Lieut. County Durham 1880-1884, Lt-Col Cdt Seaham Artillery Vol Bde, Hon Col 2nd or North Durham Regt. of Militia 12/3/1862-1881, and 4th Btn, Durham Light Infantry 1/7/1881-1884, rcvd: Knt of the Order of Alexander Nevski of Russia (28.7.1867), second son of General The Most Noble and Potent Prince Charles William (Stewart), 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, KG, PC, GCB, GCH, sometime Ambassador to the Emperor of Austria, by his second wife, The Most Hon Frances Anne Emily, Marchioness of Londonderry, only daughter and heiress of Sir Henry Vane Tempest, 2nd Bart of Wynyard, and Long Newton, co. Durham. She d. 19th September 1906, having had issue, three sons and three daughters.
v) Felicia Jane [Mrs George Gosling]. bap. at South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Somerset, 18th April 1804. m. 20th October 1821, Captain George Gosling, KH (m 1837) (b. at London, 30th March 1790), RN, served as Midshipman at Copenhagen 1801, prom Lieut 27/9/1809, prom Cdr 24/4/1814, prom Capt 16/8/1825 (half-brother of Capt William Clarke Jervoise, RN). She had issue, three sons and one daughter:
(1) General William Clarke Francis Gosling. Lieut Madras Artillery 31/12/1842, brev Capt 11/6/1855, local Maj Turkey 1/8/1855, Bengal Staff Corps 1864, prom Lt-Col 24/3/1865, trans RHA, prom Col 17/2/1870, Extra ADC 1877, prom Maj-Gen 31/12/1878, prom Lt-Gen 12/5/1882, and Gen unemployed list 31/12/1883, Col Cdt RA 27/2/1885. Rcvd: Crimea (1856), Mutiny (1857) medals, and 4th Class of the Imperial Order of Nobility (Nishan-i-Majidieh) of Turkey (2.3.1858). m. at St James’s Church, Westminster, 29th April 1857, Harriet Caroline, only child of J.W. Morton, Esq, of Hacketstown, co. Carlow, by his wife, Frances Eliza, eldest daughter of James Fox, Esq of Foxbrook, co Meath. He had issue.
(2) Major George Frederick Gosling. Lieut and Adjutant 1st Madras Fusiliers, 102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers. m. at Carshalton, Surrey, 5th February 1862, Belerma Alice (b. 1838; d. 11th December 1869), fourth daughter of David Lloyd, Esq, of Shepley House, Carshalton. He had issue:
(a) Constance Evelyn. m. 6th January 1887, Colonel Lionel Richard Stopford-Sackville (b. 4th January 1845; d. 30th July 1906), 4th Btn Rifle Bde, second son of William Bruce Stopford-Sackville, of Drayton House, Thapston, Northants, by his wife, Caroline Harriet Stopford-Sackville, niece and heiress of the 5th and last Duke of Dorset, and daughter of The Hon George Sackville Germain. She d. 20th December 1945, having had issue, three sons and two daughters:
(i) Major Lionel Charles Stopford-Sackville, DSO (1915). b. 30th April 1891. Capt and brevet Maj 4th Btn Rifle Bde, served in the Great War 1914-1918 (MID). Rcvd: 1914/15 Star, British War and Allied Victory medals, French War Cross with palms, etc. He d. 31st December 1920.
(ii) Geoffrey William Stopford-Sackville. b. 22nd May 1893. Sub-Lieut RN. He d. from wounds received in action at Gallipoli, 21st May 1915.
(iii) Colonel Nigel Victor Stopford-Sackville, CBE (1963, OBE 1945), TD (1945). b. 27th January 1901, educ. Repton and RMC Sandhurst. Cmsnd as 2nd Lieut 14/20th Hussars 1921, Capt Northamptonshire Yeo 1930, prom Maj 1939, served in WW2 1939-1945 in Middle East and Italy (MID), prom Lt-Col 1940, Col cdg RAC Tactical Sch 1942, 2nd-in-C 9th Armoured Bde 1943, Hon Col The Northamptonshire Yeo 1952-1967, Chair Northants T & AFA 1952-1966 and Northants Agricultural Exec Cttee 1953-1968, Personal Liaison Officer to Minister of Agriculture 1955. DL Northants 1965, JP 1953, CC 1931, CA 1945. Author of “Drayton, History of Drayton House” (1939). Mbr White’s Club (Lond), Royal Yacht Sqd, etc. m. (first) 17th July 1929 (div. 1943), Beatrix Helen Constance (d. 1990), daughter of Colonel Hercules Arthur Pakenham, CMG, of Longford Lodge, Crumlin, co Antrim. m. (second) 14th November 1946, Lilah Mary Wills (b. 26th August 1915; d. 1st June 2002), former wife of George Seton Wills, and youngest daughter of Captain Percy Richard Hare, TD, late 3rd Co of London Yeo, by his wife, Matilda Gertrude, daughter of Henry F. Tiarks, of Foxbury, Chislehurst, Kent. He d. 1st December 1972, having had issue, one son and one daughter by his first wife:
1. Lionel Geoffrey Stopford-Sackville. b. 4th November 1932, educ. Eton Coll, Berks. Cmsnd as 2nd Lieut 14/20th Hussars, RAC, served in WW2 in Libya, Lieut Northants Yeo, TA. High Sheriff Northants 1976-1977. FCA. Chair Lowick Manor Farms Ltd, Union Jack Oil plc, Goerdhuis & Co Ltd. Dir Dartmoor Investment Trust plc, Pantheon International Participations plc, Cangold Resources Inc, Charter Consolidated, etc. Mbr White’s, Pratt’s, MCC, etc. m. (first) 27th April 1960 (div. ), Susan Jenkin Coles, daughter of Jenkin Coles, of The Abbey, Knaresborough, Yorks. m. (second) 1980 (div. 1995), The Hon Mary Teresa Pearson (b. 3rd June 1940), daughter of Capt The Rt Hon Weetman John Churchill (Pearson), 3rd Viscount Cowdray, TD, by his first wife, Lady Anne Pamela Bridgeman, daughter of Colonel The Rt Hon Orlando (Bridgeman), 5th Earl of Bradford, sometime Lord-in-Waiting to King George V. He had issue, two sons and one daughter by his first and one daughter by his second wife:
a. Charles Lionel Stopford-Sackville. b. 14th February 1961. m. 1992, Shona, daughter of Donald McKinney, CBE. He has issue, one son and two daughters:
i. Lake Mordaunt Stopford-Sackville. b. 3rd June 1993.
i. Ela Lucinda Stopford-Sackville. b. 8th April 1995.
b. Thomas Nigel Stopford-Sackville. b. 14th August 1968. m. 2006, Charlotte L. Anning.
a. Lucinda Mary Stopford-Sackville. b. 15th October 1963. She was k. 1992.
b. Camilla Anne Stopford-Sackville. b. 1981.
1. Venetia Mary [Mrs Chetwynd Talbot]. b. 10th May 1930. m. 19th April 1952, Major Benjamin Robert Chetwynd Talbot, of Bowzell Place, Sevenoaks, Kent, son of Major Benjamin Chetwynd Talbot, TD, of Carlbury Hall, co Durham. She had issue, one son and one daughter:
a. Benjamin Simon Robert Talbot. b. 28th October 1956.
a. Victoria Mary. b. 1958.
(i) Elinor Beryl Stopford-Sackville. b. 7th February 1888.
(ii) Diana Mary Stopford-Sackville. b. 21st March 1889. She d. unm. 20th December 1971.
(3) Sir Audley Charles Gosling, KCMG (1901). b. at Sion Hill, Bath, Somerset, 20th November 1836. Cmsnd as Ensign Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1855, transf 1st West India Regt 30/1/1857, resig 14/7/1857, joined HM Diplomatic Service 1859, Sec of Legation Copenhagen 1881-1885 and Madrid 1885-1888, Sec of Embassy St Petersburg 1888-1890, Minister Resident to Central American Republics 1890-1897, Minister Resident & Consul-Gen Santiago 1897-1899, Env Extr and Minister Plenipotentiary Chile 1899-1902, Mbr St James’s Club. m. (first) at the British Legation, Stockholm, Sweden, 12 October 1858, Countess Augusta Sofia Vilhelmina Ida (b. at Stockholm, Sweden, 20th October 1837; d. at Marstrand, 25th August 1900), second daughter of Captain Count Carl Gustaf August Gyldenstolpe, sometime Chamberlain to the Queen of Sweden and Norway, by his wife, Countess Hedvig Vilhelmina Augusta Sofia Maria Teresia Lovisa, daughter of Fabian Reinhold von Fersen. m. (second) at Cannes, France, 1904, Ebba Augusta, Lady Gosling (b. at Fredriksdal, 25th August 1843; d. at Stockholm, 15th July 1911, bur. Taxinge Nasby), widow of H.E. Count Arvid Rutger Fredriksson Posse, sometime Prime Minister of Sweden, and previously of Martin Ludvig Berg, and daughter of ... Hägerflycht, of Vagnhärad. He d. at London, 7th December 1913, having had issue, three sons and two daughters:
(1) Felicia-Harriet. b. 25th March 1825 (only dau). m. 28th June 1849, Major Charles Vaughan Pugh (b. 19th May 1819; d.s.p. 28th December 1874), of Plas Trehelig, Montgomery, 90th Light Infantry, Capt 2nd Montgomeryshire Rifle Corps, Maj 1st Admin Btn Montgomeryshire Rifle Corps 2/4/1861, resig 1862, DL Montgomery, son of Major David Pugh, of Llanerchydol Hall, near Welshpool, and Rhiwargor, co. Montgomery, sometime MP, JP, DL, and High Sheriff for Montgomeryshire, by his wife, Anne, only child and heiress of Evan Vaughan, Esq., of Beguildy, Radnor. She d.s.p. 21st August 1874.
vi?) May Lucy Margaretta Seaman Johnson. bap. 1809 (doubtful as Burke’s says d/o Rev A. Johnson, sometime Rector of South Stoke, near Bristol). m. at Gretna Green, Bryan Stapylton, second son of Martin Stapylton, ne Bree, of Myton, Helperby, Yorks, by his second wife, Lucy, daughter of Anne, daughter of William Curtis, of Chiswick. She had issue.
c) Dr Joseph Johnson. b. at London, 1771, of Upper Belgrave Place. Bachelor of Physic. He d. 1802, in his 32nd year.
2) William Johnson. b. at Leicester, 1742. Nurseryman, of Leicester. m. (first) Sarah, nee Collins. m. (second) Alice, nee Bent. He d. at St Martin, Leicester, 1st November 1810, aged 68 years (bur. there at St Martin’s Cathedral), having had issue:
a) William Johnson, of Johnson’s White House, St Martin, Leicester. Fl 1839.
b) Francis Johnson.
a) ?Elizabeth (nicee of John III, but not necessarily dau of William, who by implication only). m. Robert Bond, lawyer of London. She had issue, a son and two daughters:
i) Robert Bond. Emigrated to America in 1844.
i) Frances Flora [Fanny Palmer]. b. at St Martin, Leicester, 24th July 1812, educ. Miss Linwood’s Sch, London. Emigrated to America in 1844, becoming a noted illustrator and lithographer, Partner F & S Palmer in New York 1845-1849, Lithographer with Currier & Ives Ltd 1849. m. at St Mary Newington, Surrey, 13th July 1832, Edmund Seymour Palmer (d. at Brooklyn, New York, USA, 1859), artist and businessman, Partner F & S Palmer in New York 1845-1849 and mngr of a Brooklyn tavern. She d. from tuberculosis, 20th August 1876, having had issue, a son and a daughter:
(1) A son. He d. from tuberculosis, at New York, USA, 1867.
(1) A daughter. She d. from tuberculosis, at New York, USA, 1878.
ii) Maria Bond. Emigrated to America in 1844.
1) Elizabeth. b. 1738. m. (first) ...., nee Gibson. m. (second) ..., nee Smith.
2) Hannah. b. 1744. m. Joseph Springthorpe (d. after 1795), corn-charndler of Leicester.