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351 Noted as "suffragist" and "Joint head of household" Family F271
352 O.B.E., B.A., Cantab., M.D., D.P.H. Major, R.A.M.C. (World War I (1915-19) (despatches). Director of the Wellcome Museum of Medical Science, London. Novelist under the nom-de-plume of Sidney Fairway. Chairman James Peek Trust, 1923-1947. See "Who's Who". Daukes, Sidney Herbert (I1118)
353 O.B.E., M.C., Q.C. Second son of Julius Charles Drewe, on whose death he succeeded to the Castle. Served in the Devonshire Regiment and R.A. 1914-1918; M.C. and bar, 1917; Wing-Commander, R.A.F. 1939-45; O.B.E. 1943; K.C. (1945), Q.C. (1952); Master of the Bench, Inner Temple (1952). Patron of the living of Drewsteignton. See "Who's Who" and Burke's Landed Gentry. Drewe, Basil (I691)
354 O.B.E.,F.R.I.C.S. Surveyor, H.M. Ordnance Survey Wright, John Wilfrid (I1067)
355 OBE. H.M. Diplomatic Service Sturrock, Harold Norman (I1662)
356 Of Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton, Devon and previously of Wadhurst Hall, Sussex. Patron of the livings of Drewsteignton and Broadhembury, Devon. Castle Drogo, the last great country house to be erected in England, was built by Sir Edwin Lutyens for Julius Drewe. Work started in 1911, but building was not completed until 1930. Castle Drogo is now the property of the National Trust. See Burke's Landed Gentry. Drewe, Julius Charles (I614)
357 Of Castle Kevin, Annamoe, co. Wicklow, Ireland. Formerly A.D.C. to H.R.H. The Duke of Windsor. Drury, Vyvyan Dru (I1101)
358 Of Edgbaston, Birmingham. Second of the eighteen children of Thomas Short of Birmingham. The latter was born at Handsworth, co. Stafford, 15/5/1797 and was the son of William and Martha Short. The mother of Thomas Short, junior, was his father's first wife, nāee Harriet Noake (1800-1847). Thomas Short, junior, was himself twice married, first to Anne Phillpot (died 1880) and secondly (in 1882) to Marion Devaran. There was no issue of the second marriage. Phillpot, Anne (I1332)
359 On 15 September 1656 Leonard Wadland was born at Halwell, son of John Wadland junior and his wife Margaret. It was this Leonard Wadland (named after his uncle Leonard Wadland) who acted as bondsman for his friend John Peeke, half-brother of Richard Peeke, when John was married by licence to Mary Robbins at Harberton in April 1680. Wadland, Leonard (I1756)
360 On the sea shore Peek, George Meigh (I766)
361 Once a splendid mansion, the house was the ancestral home to the Vaus, later Vans Agnews of Sheucan until it was tragically burned to a shell in 1941.

The last family members to live in Barnbarroch house were Colonel John Vans Agnew (who was born in the house before leaving to serve his country as a youngster) and his wife Ada Vans Agnew (nee Ada Sybil Bates).

The couple were married in India in 1891 and returned to Barnbarroch house where they had at least four servants and a gardener. 
Bates, Ada Sybil (I3245)
362 Only child of John and Mary Francis of London, whose family is said to have left Wales for France at the time of the first peace with Napoleon (27 March 1802) and has never been heard of since, except through reports that some of the members had left Paris and settled in the south of France. An aunt of Mary Francis was married to a French doctor (name unknown).

Her portrait, with those of her husband, William Peek, and daughter, Mary Drew nāee Peek, hangs in the dining room of Castle Drogo, Devon. A copy is in the possession of Veronica D Hughes. 
Francis, Mary (I596)
363 P.G.C. Eng. (Freemasons). Vicar of Stowupland, Suffolk, Rector of Sweffling, Suffolk and subsequently Chaplain at Dinard, France (1890-1895), Rector of Drewsteignton, Devon (1895-1904), to which he was presented by his cousin, Sir Henry Peek, Bart, and, lastly, Rector of St Magnus-the-Martyr, London Bridge, (1904-1920), which was also then in the gift of the Peek baronetcy. An ardent Freemason who held several distinguished offices in the Craft, including those of Provincial Grand Chaplain of Suffolk and of Jersey and, in 1899, Grand Chaplain of England.

In June 1895 the Rev. Richard Peek saved the life of a young French girl who jumped overboard from the ferry midway between Dinard and St. Malo, Brittany, and was subsequently awarded the bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society and the Gold Medal 1st Class of the Sociāetāe Nationale de Sauvetage de France. He and his wife Ada Peek are commemorated by a plaque in Drewsteignton Church. See "The Times" of 20 July 1920. 
Peek, Richard (I1010)
364 Partner in Peek Brothers & Winch of North John Street, Liverpool and in Peek Brothers & Co. of Eastcheap, London from 1847. Lived at Balham Hill, co. Surrey from about 1846, Park Hill House, Clapham from c.1849 to 1864 and subsequently at "Shelton", Sydenham Hill, co. Surrey. Chairman, James Peek Trust (1876 and 1880). Built St. Cleopas Church and Rectory, Toxteth Park, Liverpool at his sole expense (1865). Peek, William (I600)
365 PEEK, ALFRED RICHARD WELLDON. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. S. of the Rev. Richard (1873), R- of Drew-stcignton, Devon. B. Mar. 18, 1882, at Stowupland, Suffolk.
School, St Michael's College, Lyme Regis. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1905; priest, 1906; C. of St Luke's, Southampton, 1905-7. C. of Famham, Surrey, 1907-8. Chaplain, R.N., 1907-12: H.M.S. Cressy, 1908; Astraea, 1908-10; St George, 1910-12. R. of Drewsteignton, Devon, 1912-52-. Rural Dean of Okehampton, 1942-47. {Crockford.) 
Peek, Alfred Richard Welldon (I675)
366 PEEK, ASHLEY MEIGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 22, 1875. Of Lancashire. S. of William, merchant (and Anna Maria). B. May 7, 1856, at Clapham, London. Bapt. at
Christ Church, Waterloo, Oct. 2, 1856. [School, Dulwich College.] Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest, 1882; C. of Famley, Yorks., 1881-3.
C. of Holy Trinity, Beckenham, Kent, 1883-4. R- of Adwick- le-Street, Yorks., 1884-8. Died Jan. 4, 1888, at St Leonards- on-Sea. {Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Eagle, xv. 378; Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The Guardian, Jan. 11, 1888.) 
Peek, Ashley Meigh (I769)
367 PEEK, CUTHBERT EDGAR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, July 4, 1873. Only s. of [Sir] Henry William [Ist Bart., M.P.], of Wimbledon, Surrey [and Margaret Maria, dau. of William Edgar, of Eagle House, Clapham Common]. B. [Jan. 30, 1855], at Clapham. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, July 20, 1876. Studied astronomy and surveying; carried out observations in Iceland, i88r. F.S.A., 1890; F.R.A.S., 1884. Travelled extensively in Australia and New Zealand.
Of Rousdon, Devon, where he set up an observatory, 1884. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 1898. J. P. for Devon and London. H.M.'s Lieut, for the City of London. Married, Jan. 3, 1884, the Hon. Augusta Louisa Broderick, dau. of William, Viscount Middleton, and had issue. Presented a challenge cup and an annual prize to be shot for by members of the University Volunteer Corps. Author, Meteorological and Astronomical Observations of Rousdon Observatory, Devon, 1886-95. Died July 9, 1901. {Etmi Sch. Lists; Inns of Court; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.; Who was Who.) 
Peek, Cuthbert Edgar (I8)
368 PEEK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity Hall, Feb. 14, 1862. [2nd] s. of James, Esq., of Wimbledon House, Wimbledon (and Elizabeth, dau. of James Masters, of
London). [B. June 26, 1841.] Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1868; priest (Exeter) 1871; C. of St James's, Tunbridge Wells, 1868-71.
R. of Rousdon, Devon, 1871-81. Resided latterly at Malvern Wells, and Lyme Regis. Died Dec. 31, 1898, at Lyme Regis. Uncle of the above. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; Burke,
P. and B.; The Times, Jan. 3, 1898.) 
Peek, Edward (I156)
369 PEEK, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14, 1873. [3rd] s. of Richard [F.L.S.], solicitor (and Julia). B. [May 20,1855], at Norwood, Surrey. Bapt. July 11, 1855.[School, Brighton College.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Truro) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Duloe, Cornwall, 1878-9. V. of Stowupland, Suffolk, 1880-2. R. of Sweffling, 1882-90. V. of Bruisyard, 1884-90. Chaplain at Dinard, 1890-5. R. of Drewsteignton, Devon, 1895-1904. R. of St Magnus-the-Martyr, London, 1904-20. Received the bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society, and the first class medal of the Societe Nationale de Sauvetage of France, for saving the life of a young girl who jumped overboard from a boat returning from Dinard. An ardent Freemason. Died July 18, 1920, at Sutton, Surrey. Father of Alfred R. W. (1900). {Brighton Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.;
Crockford; The Times, July 20, 1920.) 
Peek, Richard (I1010)
370 Presumed brother of Richard (Pyke) Peke (c.1520-1570). He and his brother William are mentioned in the Halwell Subsidy roll 1524/25 for goods, while a William Peke is shown in 1523/24 as assessed for land in Ashprington. John Peke is mentioned in the Blackawton Manor Court Roll for 1544 and may have been the John Peek of Halwell whose will was proved at Exeter in 1577. Both were probably married and had descendants, although no details are known. Peke, John (I1737)
371 Presumed brother of Richard (Pyke) Peke (c.1520-1570). He and his brother, John are mentioned in the Halwell Subsidy roll 1524/25 for goods, while a William Peke is shown in 1523/24 as assessed for land in Ashprington. John Peke is mentioned in the Blackawton Manor Court Roll for 1544 and may have been the John Peek of Halwell whose will was proved at Exeter in 1577. Both were probably married and had descendants, although no details are known. Peke, William (I1738)
372 Probably husband of Joan Pyke. The Blackawton Manor Court Rolls show that in 1517 he occupied a tenement at Abbotsleigh belonging to William Erlyans. In 1517/18 the lease of this tenement was formally granted to him by the court with reversion. In May 1535 Richard Peke acted as a juror in the manorial court, and he may also have been the Richard Peke involved in a debt case in February 1540. He may, however, have died in the late 1530s at the time of the dissolution of Torre Abbey. He was certainly dead by 1543/44, when his presumed wife Joan died,she being then described as a widow. Richard Peke paid lay subsidy for goods in Halwell in1524 and 1525. Peke, Richard (I1733)
373 Probably wife of the Richard Peke. In Devon, as in certain other counties, there was a system of granting leases for three lives, the tenancy passing by lineal inheritance. The Bedford Estate Survey of the Manor of Blackawton dated 1585 reveals that Joan Pyke was the first of three lives to hold the tenancy of the Abbotsleigh farm and that when she died in 1543/44 the tenancy was claimed and granted to her son Richard Pyke (Peke) as the second of three lives on 23 March 1543/44. As the date of her husband's death is not known it is not clear when and in what circumstances Joan Pyke obtained the tenancy. When Torre Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1538 the Manor of Blackawton was acquired (in 1539) by Lord John Russell, later first Earl of Bedford of the second creation. It is possible that the last Abbot of Torre, Simon Rede, granted the tenancy of the Abbotsleigh farm direct to Joan Pyke at the time of the dissolution on a three lives basis if, as is likely, her husband was already dead. Pyke, Joan (I1734)
374 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1159)
375 Question whether this is son of John and Mary Finch. Birth dates are apparently too close together Peek, Thomas Samuel (I1833)
376 R.A.M.C., D.S.O. Vice-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire and J.P., Bucks. Colonel of the Blues (Royal Horse Guards). Chairman and President, British Legion. Patron of the livings of Boughton and Pitsford, Northants. See "Who's Who". Howard-Vyse, Sir Richard Granville Hylton (I1097)
377 Raised to the rank of an earl's daughter in 1977 when her brother Anthony Louis Lovel Coke succeeded to the earldom of Leicester as sixth earl. Coke, Diana Meriel (I1287)
378 Rector of Adwick-le-Street, Yorks Peek, Ashley Meigh (I769)
379 Rector of Weeke (Wyke), Winchester (1916-1923), Vicar of Awbridge, Romsey, Hants (1923-1924). See Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland and "The Times" of 31 October 1924 Fetherstonhaugh, Godfrey Charles (I1063)
380 Ronald Kidd (11 July 1889 - 13 May 1942) was a civil rights campaigner.

Born in London, England, the son of surgeon Leonard Joseph Kidd, grandson of doctor Joseph Kidd, and nephew of doctors Percy Kidd and Walter Aubrey Kidd, Ronald Hubert Kidd had a variety of jobs before finding his vocation as a campaigner against injustices in 1930s and 1940s Britain.

In 1934, angered by Police responses to hunger marchers, he founded the Council for Civil Liberty (later the National Council for Civil Liberty, or NCCL, now known as Liberty), which included such figures as E. M. Forster as its President and Clement Attlee, Aneurin Bevan, Havelock Ellis, Aldous Huxley, J. B. Priestley, Bertrand Russell, and H. G. Wells among its vice-presidents.

Please tell us your name and what you do at Liberty. My name is Ronald Hubert Kidd, and I was the first General Secretary of the National Council of Civil Liberties. In fact, I founded it, with my partner Sylvia Crowther-Smith, and the help of some very distinguished men and women.
What did you do before that? Lots of different things - I studied science at University College in London before serving in the war. I was discharged because of poor health, and I became secretary at the Wellcome Medical Museum for a while. Then I joined the civil service, working in the Ministry of Pensions until they cut pensions for 'shell-shocked' world war veterans - after everything those men had endured! I resigned in disgust. For a while after that I was a freelance journalist (where I made some contacts which were very helpful in the Council's early days) and an actor - that's how I met Sylvia, she was working as an actress. In 1933 I was working in publishing and running a little bookshop on the Strand.
How would your friends describe you? Well, my friend and associate Claud Cockburn once said I was a “saint-like man… who looked like the canon of some rather forward-looking diocese”, which was frightfully good of him. I think it's the glasses.
Have you always been a campaigner? Oh yes - before the war I joined the campaign for women's suffrage, and also gave lectures for the Workers' Educational Association. Sylvia and I joined many demonstrations against the Nazis, and of course I was always in support of the hunger marchers. Inequality appals me, and throughout my life I have refused to tolerate it.
What is the most rewarding part of your job? Injustice spurs me to action, and although I have never thought of myself as any sort of celebrity I am pleased to have been able to inspire others. Together we have achieved remarkable things, and I am terribly proud to see Liberty going from strength to strength, 75 years on. 
Kidd, Ronald Hubert (I814)
381 Royal Academy of Music 1933-1937. LRAM 1935. WAAF 1942-1946, Fighter then Bomber Command. Watch keeper in Flying Control. Royal Society of Medicine (1) Library 1946-1955, (2) Film and Photographic Unit 1956-1975. Parton, Audrey Phyllis (I1394)
382 Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Anderson Squires, P.C., K.C.M.G., K.C. (1880-1940), Prime Minister of Newfoundland 1919-23 and 1928-32. Squires, Richard Anderson (I1100)
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1416)
384 Second daughter of William Edgar, Esq. (1792-1869), first of co. Cumberland and then of Eagle House, Clapham Common, Surrey, and of his wife Frances. William and Frances Edgar were buried in Norwood Cemetery, William Edgar being commemorated by a monument in Rousdon Church. She is commemorated by a stained glass window, presented by her husband, in the ante-chapel at Cranleigh School, Surrey. Edgar, Margaret Maria (I7)
385 Second Lieutenant 10th Bn., Devonshire Regiment Remembered with honour SARIGOL MILITARY CEMETERY, KRISTON, Greece. Plot C 402 Hudson, Edward Stanley (I853)
386 Second Lieutenant 170616, 1st Royal Dragoons, Royal Armoured Corps. Remembered with honour KNIGHTSBRIDGE WAR CEMETERY, ACROMA. Plot 3 A 24 Peek, Roger John (I124)
387 Second Lieutenant 7th Bn., Lincolnshire Regiment. Remembered with honour QUARRY CEMETERY, MONTAUBAN. Plot III F1 Eadie, Robert Allan (I584)
388 Second Lieutenant EC/3432, 3rd Bn., 7th Gurkha Rifles. Remembered with honour RANGOON MEMORIAL. Face 67. Carver, Clive Douglass (I869)
389 Second Lieutenant Honourable Artillery Company. Remembered with honour H.A.C. CEMETERY, ECOUST-ST. MEIN. Plot I A 16 Gray, Frederick Hodskinson (I1349)
390 Second Lieutenant, 12th Bn., Durham Light Infantry. Remembered with honour THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 14 A and 15 C Harrison, Leonard Arthur (I548)
391 Second of the eighteen children of Thomas Short of Birmingham. The mother of Thomas Short, junior, was his father's first wife, nāee Harriet Noake (1800-1847). Thomas Short, junior, was himself twice married, first to Anne Phillpot (died 1880) and secondly (in 1882) to Marion Devaran. There was no issue of the second marriage. Short, Thomas (I1337)
392 Second of three lives at Abbotsleigh, having obtained the reversion to the farm on 23 March 1543/44 on his mother Joan Pyke's death. Plaintiff in a case before Blackawton Manor Court in 1564/65. Assessed in subsidy rolls for goods at Halwell in 1545/46. Died 19 September 1570 (Blackawton Manor Survey, 1585). His wife Alice Peke is mentioned in the Blackawton Manor Court Roll for October 1597 as the occupant of the tenement in Abbotsleigh, together with one furlong of land, for as long as she remained a widow. Her son John Peke who of the three lives, had held the reversion of the Abbotsleigh property since the death of his father in 1570, surrendered his rights in favour of his son Richard Peke. The court granted the tenancy to the latter or life as the rightful heir, provided that he allowed his grandmother Alice Peke to continue in occupation until her death, when the property would revert to him. Alice Peke died in 1614 and was buried at Halwell on 4 June 1614. (Peke), Richard Pyke (I1735)
393 Second wife of James Peek (1800-1879). Daughter of Sampson Trehane, Esq., of Exeter and sister or cousin of James Trehane. Trehane, Jane (I5)
394 Several references to him in the Blackawton Manor Court Rolls. In 1573/4 and again in 1578/9 and 1593 there are mentions of "Richard Peike's land", while in 1592/93 he and his nephew Richard Peke (1572-1625) both appeared before the manorial court and swore allegiance to the Queen.
Richard Peke senior was probably free tenant of Shapley (Shepleigh) (Blackawton Manor Survey, 1585). Shepleigh adjoins Abbotsleigh on the east side. Richard Peke was buried at Halwell 12 March 1593/94.
In 1569 his name appeared on the muster roll of fit and able men of Halwell as "Richard Pecke, pikeman", along with John Wadland, pikeman, and Richard Tucker, one of several harquebusiers.
There is no evidence that this Richard Peke ever married, but a Robert Peke (Peike), son of a Richard Peke and baptised at Blackawton on 27 October 1566, may have been his son. 
(Peike), Richard Peke (I1739)
395 Sister of Henry Heneage Finch (1863-1939), husband of Mary Frances Peek and daughter of Arthur Finch, Esq. She was the first wife of Richard Habberfield Short and mother of his five eldest children. Finch, Ann Helen (I1049)
396 Sister of Thomas Short (1822-1882) and third of the eighteen children of Thomas Short of Birmingham by his first wife, nāee Harriet Noake. Ann Phillpot married secondly (in 1875) Henry R. Giesen, who died in 1895. Short, Ann (I1334)
397 Son of Field Marshal the 1st Earl of Ypres French, Hon Gerald F (I1104)
398 STEPHENSON, JOHN JOSEPH. 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)
399 Still surviving 4 Jul 1932 - source Diana Robinson's email Short, Caroline (I2627)
400 Surname changed by Deed Poll in 1894 to Habberfield-Short.

Born in Birmingham in 1850 and lived in London (from 1875), Worcester Park, Surrey, and Streatham. Named 'Habberfield' after his cousin and godfather, Richard Habberfield (1815-1858), son of Ann Habberfield (Peek), fourth child of John Peek of Hazelwood.

He was Chairman of Short Brothers of 91 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 
Short, Richard Habberfield (I1345)

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