Peek of Hazelwood

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168 Served in Boer War as Captain, Transvaal Yeomanry. Peek, Francis Coristine (I1023)
 
169 After the death of his first wife Maria nee Meigh, William Francis Drewe married Mavis Ilma Sachs, daughter of Leo Ferdinand Sachs. Drewe, William Francis (I613)
 
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171 His uncle Samuel Peek, who died childless with his wife Caroline in the wreck of the "Dunbar" off South Heads, Sydney, on 20 August 1857, left a large sum of money in his will to be used for the education of his nephew Harry Hazelwood Peek, and, in particular, after the age of seventeen, at Oxford University. Harry Hazelwood Peek was duly sent to England at the age of seventeen to prepare for Oxford, his father's uncle, James Peek senior (1800-1879), being appointed his guardian. By a strange coincidence, however, soon after his arrival and before he could enter the University, Harry Hazelwood Peek also died by drowning at Taunton, Somerset in 1863. His guardian James Peek senior arranged for him to be buried with his English relatives in the Peek Family Catacombs at Hazelwood. Peek, Harry Hazelwood (I1646)
 
172 Lawyer. Lieutenant, R.A.N.V.R. Senior legal officer, Western Australian Railways (1943-47). Peek, Bertrand Edward Lindsay (I829)
 
173 Partner in Peek Brothers & Co., of 20 Eastcheap, London, from 1838 onwards. Godfather to his cousin Richard Habberfield Short Habberfield, Richard (I1653)
 
174 Sir Francis William Grant of Monymusk, 8th Bt. was born on 10 February 1828.
He was the son of Robert Grant and Charlotte Yea.
He married Laura Fraser, daughter of John Fraser, on 2 December 1886.1 He died on 13 December 1887 at age 59, without issue.
He gained the rank of Captain in the service of the 16th Lancers.
He succeeded to the title of 8th Baronet Grant, of Monymusk and Cullen, Buchan on 5 September 1884.1 
Grant, Francis William (I3354)
 
175 (Margaret) Peggy died on 23rd October 2013 in St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight. Widow of Bill Vans Agnew, much loved mother of Sarah, Nigel (died 1990), and Emma. Adored Granny to Tom, Anna, Charity, Charlie and Jamie, and Great Granny of Henry. Service of Thanksgiving 2.30pm, 8th November 2013 at St Margaret's Church, Halstead, Kent TN14 7HQ. Donations to RNLI, Cowes station. Davies, Margaret M (I3140)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I406)
 
177 1 born Singapore 1 Japan per 1881 Census Short, Septimus (I2621)
 
178 1 son 1 daughter Smith, Winifred Noeline (I2370)
 
179 1 son and 1 daughter Molson, G J G (I2365)
 
180 1932
Age: 22
Stratton, Cornwall, England
Vivienne took Clifford Saxton's Surname but not married to him 
Family F261
 
181 1st Bart of Rousdon, Devon. D.L., Devon. Senior M.P. for Mid-Surrey (1868-1884). First Chairman of the Commercial Union Assurance Co. His portrait was in the Board Room at Peek House, 20 Eastcheap, City of London, where he was a partner in Peek Brothers & Co. from 1847 and senior partner until 1895. He was created a baronet on 13 May 1874 and lived at Wimbledon House, co. Surrey, from about 1860 onwards. In or about 1880 Rousdon, near Lyme Regis, was built by the famous architect, Sir Ernest George, for Sir Henry Peek, and the house remained the seat of the Peek baronetcy until 1938, when it was sold to Allhallows School, which moved from Honiton. Sir Henry was patron of the livings of Drewsteignton, Devon, and St. Magnus-the-Martyr, London Bridge, as well as of Rousdon. Peek, Henry William (I6)
 
182 1st Earl of Ypres French, Sir John (I1105)
 
183 2 daughters Dickenson, John (I2302)
 
184 2 sons, 1 daughter Smith, Edith Elizabeth (I2325)
 
185 2nd Bart of Bridehead, co. Dorset. High Sheriff of Dorset 1949. Member of the House of Laity of the Church Assembly. See "Who's Who". Williams, Philip Francis Cunningham (I19)
 
186 2nd Bart of Rousdon. M.A., Cantab., F.S.A., J.P., Devon. H.M. Lieutenant for the City of London. Patron of the livings of Rousdon, Drewsteignton and St. Magnus-the-Martyr, London Bridge. Peek, Cuthbert Edgar (I8)
 
187 2Q Birmingham 1b 396 Family F465
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2372)
 
189 3rd Bart of Bridehead. B.A., Oxon, D.L., Dorset (1968). Lieutenant, R.N.V.R. (World War II). See "Who's Who". Williams, David Philip (I20)
 
190 3rd Bart of Rousdon. D.S.O., J.P. High Sheriff of Devon 1912.
Major, Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry (served on staff 1916-1919 (despatches, D.S.O.)). Director of Francis Peek & Co., Ltd., from 1920. Patron of the livings of Rousdon, Drewsteignton and St. Magnus-the-Martyr, London Bridge. 
Peek, Wilfred (I10)
 
191 4 sons, 2 daughters Smith, Amelia Blanche (I2326)
 
192 4Q Lambeth 1c 191 Short, Ann (I1334)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25)
 
194 4th Bart of Rousdon. A.D.C. to Governor of the Bahamas (1938-1939). Lieutenant, Irish Guards (World War II).
Married first Ann (Ruby Joy), Lady Mappin, widow of Sir Charles Mappin, 4th Bart (she died 1968), secondly, Marilyn Kerr, daughter of Dr. Norman Kerr of London and Eleuthera, Bahamas, and, thirdly, Mrs Caroline Anne Kirkwood, elder daughter of Sir Robert L.M. Kirkwood of Sandwich, Kent, and Jamaica. Of Marbella, Spain, and Nassau, Bahamas. Heir-presumptive his cousin, William Grenville Peek of Hazelwood. See "Who's Who". 
Peek, Francis Henry Grenville (I12)
 
195 5th Bart. D.L. Devon (1966). High Sheriff of Devon (1980).
Elder son of Roger Grenville Peek of Hazelwood. Educated at Eton. Captain, late 9th Lancers (World War II - mentioned in despatches). Chairman, James Peek Trust. 
Peek, William Grenville (I105)
 
196 Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY, Oct. 30, 1834. S. and h. of Philip (1800). B. Mar. 10, 1816, at Matlock, Derbs. School, Rugby (Dr Arnold) (exhibitioner, 1835). Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1838; B.A. 1839; M.A. (by Royal consent) 1840. Induced by Dr Arnold to proceed to Tasmania for the purpose of organizing the educational projects of the Governor. Ord. deacon (Tasmania) 1843; priest, 1844; Chaplain to the Bishop of Tasmania, 1844-8. Warden of Christ's College, Hobart Town, 1846-8. C. of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, 1849. C. of St Mary's, Bryanston Square, 1850-4. V. of St John's, Notting Hill, 1854-78. R. of Buxted, Sussex, 1878-98. Married, 1849, Eleanor Isabella, dau. and heiress of Admiral Sir John Franklin, of Spilsby, Lincs. Died Mar. 12, 1898, at the residence of his son, 36, Hyde Park Square, London, W. Brother of Charles A. (1837), etc.; father of the above. (Crockford; Rugby Sch. Reg.) Gell, John Philip (I2987)
 
197 Adm. pens. (age 20) at PEMBROKE, Oct. 1, 1888. S. of George Hender, merchant [of Blackheath]. B. there. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 1892; C. of Radstock, Somerset, 1892-5. C. of Hemington, Bath (not given in Crockford, from which he disappears, 1902). Of Plympton House, Plympton, S. Devon, in 1924. Brother of William P. (next) and George M. (1875). (Clifton Coll. Reg.) Frean, Herbert Peek (I539)
 
198 Adm. pens. at CORPUS CHRISTI, Apr. 5, 1873. Of Dorset. [S. of the Rev. John Joseph (above).]
B. Sept. 3, 1853, at Weymouth.
School, Haileybury. Matric. Easter, 1873; Scholar, 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1877; priest, 1878; C. of St John's, Penge, 1877-9. C. of Kensington, 1879-81. V. of St Saviour's, Denmark Hill, 1881-3.
Married, July 29, 1880, Anne Meigh, dau. of Francis Peek, of Sydenham Hill. Died Jan. 1, 1883, at Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia.
Brother of Bryant C. (1876); father of John A. (1900). (Haileybury Reg.; Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 4, 1883.) 
Stephenson, John Joseph (I1091)
 
199 Adm. pens. at CORPUS CHRISTI, Oct. 1, 1900. S. of the Rev. John Joseph (1873), V. of St Saviour's, Denmark Hill.
B. June 12, 1881, at Denmark Park. School, Harrow.
Matric. Michs. 1900. Ord. deacon (Southwark) 1906; priest, 1907; C. of St Saviour's, Champion Hill, 1906-9. C. of Crookham, Hants., 1910-12. C. of Frimley, Surrey, 1912-13. Resided subsequently at Frimley, where he died June 9, 1916. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, June 12, 1916.) 
Stephenson, John Arnold (I1264)
 
200 Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 9, 1900. [Only] s. of George Moore (above), gent. of Babbacombe, Torquay [and Emily Sophia Kemp]. B. Nov. 1, 1883, at Sydney, Australia. School, Dean Close, Cheltenham (Mr Flecker). Matric. 1901; B.A. 1904; M.A. and B.C. 1908; M.B. 1908. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1908. F.R.C.S., 1910. Diploma in Ophthalmology, Oxford, 1914. Clinical Assistant and House Surgeon, London Hospital; at the Evelina Hospital and Pathologist, Oxford Eye Hospital. Senior Demonstrator in Anatomy at Oxford. Practised at Newbury. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., R.A.M.C.; eye specialist; in Egypt, Salonika and in the Caucasus). His health was undermined by his experiences and he spent two winters in Switzerland. Author, medical. Died June 18, 1922, at Bournemouth. (Medical Directories; Plarr, Lives of the Fellows; Scott, MSS.) Frean, Henry George (I542)
 

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