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Grouped Names
A Index A
Aberdare, barony of, see Bruce
Aberdeen and Temair, marquessate of, see Hamilton-Gordon
Acland, Thomas Dyke Acland, 11th Baronet
Adams, Charles Francis, Lincoln’s ambassador to Britain
Afghanistan
Agar, Agar-Robartes,see Robartes
Agar-Ellis, Harriet (née Stonor) (m: Leopold George Frederick Agar-Ellis, 5th Viscount Clifden of Gowran)
Ailesbury, marquessate of, see Brudenell-Bruce
Airlie, earldom of, see Ogilvy
Alabama Claims, The
Al-Aziz, Abd, His Imperial Majesty the Sultan
Albani, Emma, a singer
Albert, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria
Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence (son: Prince/Princess of Wales) (Prince Eddy or Prince Edward)
Alboni, Marietta, contralto
Alderson, Baron, the judge
al-Din, Nasser Shah Qajar, King and Shah of Persia
Alexander, see Romanova family of Russia
Alexandra of Denmark, see Wales, Princess of
Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Edinburgh (son: Queen Victoria)
Alford, Henry (Dean of Canterbury)
Alford, vicountancy of, see Egerton
Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Edinburgh (son of Queen Victoria)
Princess Alice (dau: Queen Victoria) (m: Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse)
Alington, barony of, see Sturt
Allendale, barony of, see Beaumont
Althorp, see Spencer, John Poyntz, 5th Earl Spencer
Amberly, Lord, see Russell, John, Viscount Amberley
Princess Amelia, Aunt of Queen Victoria
Arbuthnot, Alice (née Pitt-Rivers)
Argyll, duchy of, see Campbell
Arnold, Matthew, poet and critic
Prince Arthur (son: Queen Victoria)
Ashburton, barony of, see Baring
Ashby, Mr.
Ashley, (Anthony) Evelyn Melbourne
Ashley, Sybella Charlotte (née Farquhar) (Sissy) (m: Evelyn Ashley)
Ashley, Lionel
Ashley-Cooper, Anthony, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury
Atlantic Cable, see Telegraph
Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Empress of Germany
Aumale, see d’Aumale
Aunt Caroline, see Lascelles, Caroline
Aunt Coque, see Lyttelton, Hon. Caroline Lavinia
Aunt Henrietta, see Lyttelton, Henrietta
Aunt Fanny, see Howard, Fanny
Aunt Pussy, See Gladstone, Catherine
Aunt Yaddy, See Spencer, Adelaide Horatia Elizabeth
Austria, Archduchess Marie Henriette Anne of Austria (m: Leopold II, King of the Belgians)

B Index B
Bailey, Sarah (née Lyttelton) (Sal, Salkins) (m: editor John Bailey)
Baines
Baker, Samuel, explorer
Balfour, Arthur James, 1st Earl of Balfour, Prime Minister July 1902 to December 1905
Balfour, Eustace James Anthony (m: Lady Frances Campbell)
Balfour, Lady G.
Banting, William
Baring, Mr.
Baring, Louisa Caroline (née Mackenzie) (m: William Bingham Baring, 2nd Baron Ashburton)
Barrington, Lady Caroline
Barrow-in-Furness, the county of Cumbria
Bartle, see Frere
Bartley, Mr.
Bath, marquessate of, see Thynne
Bathurst, William Lennox, 5th Earl Bathurst
Bazaine, François Achille
Princess Beatrice
Beauclerk, Sybil Mary (née Grey) (m: 10th Duke of St Albans)
Beauclerk, William Amelius Aubrey de Vere, 10th Duke of St Albans
Beaumont, Wentworth Blackett, 1st Baron Allendale (in 1906)
Beaumont, Margaret Anne (née de Burgh) (m: 1st Baron Allendale) (dau: 1st Marquess of Clanricarde)
Beccadelli, Mlle
Beecroft
Belgians, King of the, see Leopold II
Belgrave, Lord, see Grosvenor, Victor, Earl Grosvenor
Belmore, Lord, see Lowry-Corry, Lord Somerset Richard, 4th Earl Belmore
Belper, barony of, see Strutt
Bentinck, member of Parliament
Beresford, Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford (née Stuart)
Bernhardt, Sarah, actress
Biddulph, Lady Mary Frederica (née Seymour)
Biddulph, Sir Thomas
Biggar, Joseph Gillis, Irish nationalist politician
Blackburn, Judge
Blantyre, barony of, see Stuart
Blondin, Charles, tightrope walker
Blucher, Countess Madeline (née Dallas) (m: Count Gustavus Blucher)
Bonaparte, Louis-Napoléon, Napoleon III
Booth, Edwin, actor
Boston Fire, 1872
Bourke, Mr.
Bowater, Miss
Bowdler, Thomas
Boycott, Charles Cunningham
Boyle, Henry Bentinck, 5th Earl of Shannon (Lord Boyle until 1868)
Bradford, Selina Countess of, see Newport, Viscountess Lady Selina
Bradlaugh, Charles, political activist
Bradley, George Granville
Brand, Henry Bouverie William, Speaker of the House from 1872 to 1884, 1st Viscount Hampden
Brand, Henry Robert, 2nd Viscount Hampden (Speaker 1872–1884)
Brand, Susan (née Cavendish) (dau: Lord F’s Uncle George) (m: 2nd Viscount Hampden of Glynde)
Braithwaite, Margaret Masterson (dau: Lucy Blanche Lyttelton and grdau: of Lucy’s brother Neville) cofounder of Lucy Cavendish College
Brett, William Baliol, 1st Viscount Esher
Brewster, Mr.
Bridgeman, Lady Charlotte
Bridgeman, Selina Countess of Bradford, see Newport, Viscountess Lady Selina
Briggs, of Farley Hill
Bright, John
Bristol, Lady
Brookfiled, Mr.
Brougham, Lord
Browning, Robert, poet
Brownlow, earldom of, see Cust
Bruce, Lady Augusta (m: 1st Baron Aberdare)
Bruce, Henry Austin, 1st Baron Aberdare
Brudenell-Bruce, Maria Elizabeth (née Tollemache) (Maria Marchioness of Ailesbury) (m: Sir Charles Brudenell-Bruce, 1st Marquess of Ailesbury)
Buccleuch and Queensberry, duchy of, see Montagu-Douglas-Scott
Buller brothers
Buller, Anne (née Coke)
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
Bunsen, M.
Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts
Burke, Thomas Henry, Permanent Under Secretary at the Irish Office, also murdered in Phoenix Park
Burne-Jones, Edward Coley, painter
Burrell, Lady
Butler, Elizabeth Harriet (née Grosvenor) (dau. of 1st Duke Westminster) (m: 3rd Marquess of Ormonde)
Buxton, Charles, philanthropist
Byng, Alice Harriet Frederica (née Egerton) (m: George Henry Charles Byng, 3rd Earl of Strafford, Lord Enfield)
Byng, Frederick Gerald, (“Poodle Byng”) (son of 5th Viscount Torrington)
Byng, George Henry Charles, 3rd Earl of Strafford (Viscount Enfield 1860-1886)
Byng, Harriett Elizabeth (née Cavendish) (m: George Stevens Byng, 2nd Earl of Strafford)

C Index C
Calthorpe, barony of, see Gough
Calvert
Cambridge, Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George, 1st Earl of Athlone (Prince Alexander of Teck)
Cambridge, Duchess of (aka. Mrs FitzGeorge?)
Cambridge, duchy of, see Prince George
Camden, Lord
Campbell, Amelia Maria (née Claughton) (widow of Archibald Henry Augustus Anson) (m: 8th Duke of Argyll)
Campbell, Archibald
Campbell, Colin, 1st Baron Clyde
Campbell, Elizabeth Georgiana, 8th Duchess of Argyll (née Leveson-Gower)
Campbell, George Granville (m: Sybil Lascelles Alexander)
Campbell, George John Douglas, 8th Duke of Argyll
Campbell, John Frederick Vaughan, 2nd Earl Cawdor
Campbell, John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland, 9th Duke of Argyll (Lord Lorne) (m: Princess Louise)
Camoys, barony of, see Stonor
Canning, Stratford, 1st Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe
Canning, Lady Charlotte
Capell, Arthur Algernon, 6th Earl of Essex
Capell, Louisa Caroline Elizabeth (née Boyle) (Lady Essex)
Cardigan, Lord
Cardwell, Edward, 1st Viscount Cardwell
Carew, see Pole-Carew
Carlingford, barony of, see Parkinson-Fortescue
Carlisle, earldom of, see Howard
Carnavon, earldom of, see Herbert
Carlyle, Thomas, essayist
Carriages, see Houses, Carriages, Buildings, House Guests and Sleeping Arrangements
Castlerosse, Lord
Castlereagh, vicountency of , see Stewart, Robert
Cathcart, Miss Emily Sarah
Cattle Plague
Cavendish, Beatrice Constance (née Grosvenor) (m: Maj.-Gen. Charles Compton William Cavendish, 3rd Baron Chesham)
Cavendish, Lady Catherine Susan (née Gordon) (m: Charles Compton Cavendish, 1st Baron Chesham)
Cavendish, Edward (Eddy) (m: Emma)
Cavendish, Hon. Emma Elizabeth, (née Lascelles) (m: Eddy) (Eddy and Lord F.’s cousin)
Cavendish, Lord Frederick (her husband, Fred, F., selected entries only)
Cavendish, Katherine Caroline
Cavendish, Lady Louisa Caroline, see Egerton, Lady Louisa
Cavendish, Lady Louisa, (née Lascelles) (Aunt Lou) (m: George H. Cavendish)
Cavendish, Louise Friederike Auguste (née von Alten, also Montagu, Duchess of Manchester) (m: 8th Duke in 1892)
Cavendish, George Henry (brother of 7th Duke) (Uncle G.)
Cavendish, Georgiana (née Spencer) (m: 5th Duke) (grandmother of Lord F’s mother, sister of Lucy’s Granny’s father)
Cavendish, Henrietta Frances (Netty) (née Lascelles) (m: Willliam, 2nd Baron Chesham) (dau: Lord F’s Aunt Caroline)
Cavendish, John Spencer (son: Emma and Eddy)
Cavendish, Richard Frederick (son: Emma and Eddy)
Cavendish, Richard (brother of 7th Duke) (Uncle Dick)
Cavendish, Spencer, 8th Duke of Devonshire (Lord Hartington from 1858 to 1891, ‘Cavendish’ to family)
Cavendish, Victor Christian William, 9th Duke of Devonshire
Cavendish, William, 7th Duke of Devonshire (the Duke) (her father-in-law)
Cavendish, William George, 2nd Baron Chesham
Cavour
Cawdor, earldom of, see Campbell
Cecil, Edward Herbert (Gascoyne-)Cecil
Cecil, Georgina Charlotte Gascoyne-Cecil, Marchioness of Salisbury (née Alderson)
Cecil, James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury
Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury
Cecil, Rupert Ernest William Gascoyne-Cecil, Bishop of Exeter
Celebrations
Chamberlain, Joseph, businessman, politician
Chandos, Lord
Chaplin, Florence (née Leveson-Gower)
Chaplin, Henry, 1st Viscount Chaplin
Charge of the Light Brigade
Charity Work, the Poor, Labourers, Workers
Princess Charlotte
Charteris, Louisa (Wemyss-Charteris) (m: Captain William Wells)
Chelmsford, barony of, see Thesiger
Chetwynd-Talbot, Margaret (née Wortley) (m: Sir Reginald Arthur James Chetwynd-Talbot)
Chetwynd-Talbot, Reginald Arthur James
Childers, Hugh Culling Eardley
Choate, Joseph Hodges, American Ambassador
Cholera
Cholmondeley, Marcia Emma Georgiana (née Arbuthnot) (Lady Newburgh until 1870, then Marchioness of Cholmondeley)
Prince Christian Schleswig-Holstein (m: Princess Helena)
Prince Christian Victory of Schleswig-Holstein (son: Princess Helena)
Church, Richard William, Dean of St. Paul’s
Churchill, Lady, see Spencer, Lady Jane, Baroness Churchill
Civil War in America, Yankees
Clarendon, earldom of , see Villiers
Claughton, Amelia
Claughton, Thomas Legh, academic, poet and clergyman
Cleveland, duchy of, see Powlett
Clifden, vicountancy of , see Agar-Ellis
Clifford, Charles Cavendish
Clifford, Sir Augustus
Clive, see also Windsor-Clive
Clive, Charles Meysey Bolton
Clive, Katherine Elizabeth Mary Julia (née Feilding) (dau: 7th Earl of Denbigh)
Clothing, Hair, Jewelry
Clough, Anne Jemima, Principal of Newnham College
Cluseret, Gustave Paul
Clyde, Lord
Cockburn, Alexander James Edmund, 12th Baronet
Coke, Hon. Diana (née Ellis) (Di, Lord F.’s cousin) (m: Edward Keppel Coke)
Coke, Edward Keppel (m: Diana Ellis)
Colenso, John William, Bishop of Natal
Coleridge, Mr.
Comets
Compton, Lady A.
Comte de Paris, see Philippe, Prince, Comte de Paris
Conner, Miss
Cotton, George Edward Lynch, Bishop of Calcutta
Coutts, see Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts
Cowper, Anne Florence, (née de Grey) (m: 6th Earl Cowper) (Lady Cowper, also 6th Baroness Lucas)
Cowper, Francis, 7th Earl Cowper (m: Ly. Katrine Compton)
Cowper, Henry Frederick
Cowper, William, poet
Conyngham, Elizabeth (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham
Crossley, Francis, 1st Baronet, of Halifax
Curzon, Alfred Nathaniel Holden, 4th Baron Scarsdale
Cust, Adelaide (née Chetwynd-Talbot) (Lady Brownlow) (m: Adelbert Wellington Brownlow Cust, 3rd Earl Brownlow)

D Index D
d’Andrimont, Jules
d’Aumale
   Duc – Henri Eugène Philippe Louis d’Orléans
   Duchesse – Princess Maria Carolina Augusta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
   elder son – Louis Philippe Marie Léopold of Orléans, Prince de Condé (1845–1866)
   younger son – François Louis of Orléans, Duc de Guise (also Duc de Chartres?) (1854–1872)
Davidson, Randall Thomas, 1st Baron Davidson of Lambeth, Archbishop of Canterbury
Davitt, Michael, Irish republican
Dawnay, Maj.-Gen. Hugh Richard, 8th Viscount Downe
Dean of Windsor, see Wellesley, Gerald Valerian
de Burgh, Ulick John, 1st Marquess of Clanricarde
De Dunstanville, Lady
de Grey of Wrest, earldom of, see Robinson
de Lesseps, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte de Lesseps
Delle Sedie, Enrico, baritone
De Mauley, Lady
Denbigh, earldom of, see Feilding
Denison, Edward
Denison, Evelyn, 1st Viscount Ossington, Speaker of the House of Commons
Dennett, Miss
de Persigny, see Persigny
Derby, earldom of, see Smith-Stanley or Stanley
Des Vœux, Sir George William, 10th Gov. of Hong Kong (Dismal Jemmy)
De Vesci, Lord and Lady
Devonshire, duchy of, see Cavendish
d’Henin, Adéle
Dickens, Charles
Dilke, Charles Wentworth, 2nd Baronet
Dillwyn, Lewis Llewelyn
Dismal Jemmy, See Des Vœux, Sir George William
Disraeli, Benjamin (Dizzy)
Dodson, John George, 1st Baron Monk Bretton
Dolby, Charlotte Helen Sainton-Dolby
Dorrington, Sarah
Douglas, George Sholto, 17th Earl of Morton
Douglas-Pennant, George Sholto Gordon, 2nd Baron Penrhyn (m: Gertrude Glynn)
Douglas-Pennant, Gertrude Jessy (née Glynn) (G. G.) (dau: Aunt Lavinia)
Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Henry, (Lord Henry Scott) 1st Lord Montagu of Beaulieu
Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Cecily Susan (née Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie) (Cissy Wortley, Lady Henry Scott) (dau: 2nd Baron Wharncliffe)
Doyle, Richard, illustrator “Dicky Doyle”
Drewry
Dudley, earldom of, see Ward
Dufferin, marquessate of, see Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood
Duncombe, Mabel Violet (née Graham) (m: William Ernest Duncombe, 1st Earl Feversham of Ryedale)
Dundas, Lawrence, 1st Marquess of Zetland (Mr. Dundas in 1866)
Dundas, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Zetland (Lord Dundas in 1866)
Dupanloup, Félix Antoine Philibert
Durnford, Rt Rev Richard Durnford, Bishop of Chichester

E Index E
Ebbett (Cousin Ebbett), see Lawley, Lady Elizabeth
Edwardes, Hon. Alice Eleanora (née Brougham)
Egerton, Lady, of Tatton
Egerton, Lady Blanche (sister of Francis Egerton)
Egerton, Blanche Harriet (dau: Lou)
Egerton, Christian Mary (dau: Lou)
Egerton, Admiral Francis (known as Francis Leveson-Gower until 1833) (Frank) (m: Louisa, Lou)
Egerton, Frederick Greville (son: Lou, Lord F’s sister)
Egerton, George Granville Francis, 2nd Earl of Ellesmere (brother of Francis Egerton)
Egerton, Harriet Catherine (née Greville) (Old Ly. Ellesmere) (mother of Francis Egerton)
Egerton, Lady Louisa (née Cavendish) (Lou) (m: Frank)
Egerton, Marianne Margaret (née Compton) (m: John Hume Egerton, Viscount Alford) (Lady Marion Alford)
Egerton, Mary Louisa (née Campbell) (m: George Granville Francis Egerton, 2nd Earl of Ellesmere)
Egerton, William Francis (son: Lou, Lord F’s sister)
Ellesmere, Earldom of, see Egerton
Elliot, Arthur Ralph Douglas (son: 4th Earl of Minto)
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Gilbert John, 4th Earl of Minto (Ld. Melgund until 1891)
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, William Hugh, 3rd Earl of Minto
Ellis, Hon. Diana Mary Blanche Georgiana Agar-Ellis, see Coke, Hon. Diana
Ellison, Mr.
Elton, Juila, singer
Ely, LadyEnfield, vicountancy of, see Byng
Essex, earldom of, see Capell
Estcourt, Lady Caroline (née Pole-Carew) (m: Maj.Gen. James Bucknall Bucknall-Estcourt) (dau. of Caroline Anne Pole-Carew)
Eton
Evans-Freke, William Charles , 8th Baron Carbery
Evans-Freke, Lady Victoria (née Cecil)
Eyre, Gov. Edward

F Index F
Frere, Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, 1st Baronet
Farquhar, Walter Rockliffe, 3rd Baronet
Farrar, Frederic William
Fawcett, Henry
Fechter, actor
Feilding, William Basil Percy, 7th Earl of Denbigh
Feilding, General Hon. William Henry Adelbert, (Col. Feilding)
Fell, Mr.
Feversham, earldom of , see Duncombe
Field, Mr. Charles, a Northern Yankee
Field, Cyrus
Fisher, Mrs., (In Jamaica)
Fitzmaurice, Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice, 1st Baron Fitzmaurice
Fitzroy, Charles, Rt. Hon. Lt.-Col. Lord
FitzWilliam, William, Viscount Milton (Lord Milton) (m: Lady Laura Maria Theresa Beauclerk
FitzWilliam, William Henry (m: Lady Mary Grace Louisa Butler)
FitzWilliam, William Thomas Spencer, 6th Earl FitzWilliam (Lord FitzWilliam)
FitzWilliam, Laura Maria Theresa (née Beauclerk) (Lady Milton) (m: William FitzWilliam, Viscount Milton)
FitzWilliam, Lady Mary Grace Louisa (née Butler) (dau: 2nd Marquess of Ormonde) (m: Hon. William Henry FitzWilliam)
Flahault, Count de Flahault
Fletcher, Sheila, author
Foljambe, Caroline Frederica (m: Arthur Francis Gresham Leveson-Gower)
Foljambe, Cecil George Saville, 1st Earl of Liverpool
Foljambe, Louisa Blanche (née Howard) (m: 1st Earl of Liverpool)
Forster, William Edward, British industrialist, philanthropist
Forster, Jane Martha (née Arnold)
Forsyth, James, Sculptor
Fortescue, Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline (née Dawson-Damer)
Fortescue, Miss, Miss and Miss
Franco-Prussian War
Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia
Freeman, E.A. , historian
Froude, James Anthony, historian

G Index G
Games, Hunting, Riding, Athletics
Garibaldi, Giuseppe
Garfield, James Abram, President of the U.S.
Garrick, David, actor
Prince George, Duke of Cambridge (cousin of Queen Victoria)
Prince George (son: Prince/Princess of Wales) King George V
Gibbs, William of Tyntesfield
Girdlestone, Mr.
Gladstone, Agnes, see Wickham
Gladstone, Catherine (née Glynne) (Aunt Pussy)
Gladstone, Helen
Gladstone, Henry Neville
Gladstone, Herbert
Gladstone, John (father of William)
Gladstone, Mary (Mazy)
Gladstone, Robertson
Gladstone, Stephen (Stephy)
Gladstone, Thomas, 2nd Baronet
Gladstone, William Ewart, Prime Minister (Uncle William)
Gladstone, William Henry (Willy)
Glyn, George Grenfell, 2nd Baron Wolverton
Glynn, Reverend Henry (Uncle Henry)
Glynn, Lavinia (née Lyttelton) (sister of George, 4th Baron)
Glynn, Mary (née Neville) (dau: 2nd Baron Braybrooke) (her mother’s mother)
Glynn, Sir Stephen Richard, 9th Baronet Glynne (Uncle Stephen)
Godley, John Arthur, 1st Baron Kilbracken
Godley, John Robert
Godley, Lady Sarina (née James)
Goschen, George, 1st Viscount Goschen
Gough, Frederick, 4th Baron Calthorpe
Governess, see Servants, Governesses, Schooling
Gower, Lord Ronald (son of 2nd Duke of Sutherland)
Graham, Lady Hermione
Graham, Misses (daughters of Sir James)
Graham, James Robert George, 2nd Baronet
Graham, William, Liberal MP for Glasgow
Grant, Sir John Peterk, Governor of Jamaica
Grant, Sibylla Sophia (dau. of Sir Robert Grant, m: Granville Richard Ryder)
Granville, Earldom of, Leveson-Gower
Granny, see Lyttelton, Lady Sarah Spencer
Gray, Robert, Bishop of Cape Town
Grenfell, Constance Isabella
Grenfell, Caroline Georgiana (Lena)
Grenfell, Ethel (née Fane) (m: William Henry Grenfell, 1st and last Baron Desborough)
Grenfell, Georgiana Caroline (Georgey) (née Lascelles)
Grenfell, William Henry, 1st and last Baron Desborough
Greville Memoirs
Grey, Elizabeth Dorothy Anne Georgiana (née Howard) (sister to Lord F’s mother)
Grey, George, 2nd Baronet of Fallondon
Grey, Henry, 3rd Earl Grey
Grey de Wilton, Lord
Grisi, Giulia, soprano
Grosvenor, Constance Gertrude (née Leveson-Gower) (m: 1st Duke of Westminster)
Grosvenor, Hugh Lupus, 1st Duke of Westminster (Lord Grosvenor until 1874)
Grosvenor, Richard, 2nd Marquess of Westminster (Old Lord Westminster)
Grosvenor, Richard de Aquila, 1st Baron Stalbridge (Lord Dicky, brother of Lord Grosvenor and Octavia Shaw-Stewart)
Grosvenor, Sibell Mary (née Lumley) (m: Victor Alexander Grosvenor, Earl Grosvenor)
Grosvenor, Victor, Earl Grosvenor (Lord Belgrave) (son of 1st Duke Wesminster, father of 2nd)
Gustaf V of Sweden

H Index H
Haden, Francis Seymour
Hair, see Clothing and Hair
Halifax, barony of, see Crossley
Halifax, viscountency of, see Wood
Hamilton, George Francis
Hamilton, Maud Caroline (née Lascelles) (m: Rt. Hon. Lord Sir George Francis Hamilton)
Hamilton, Walter Kerr
Hamilton, William Alexander Archibald, 11th Duke of Hamilton and 8th Duke of Brandon
Hamilton-Gordon, Ishbel Maria (née Marjoribanks), Marchioness of Aberdeen and Temair
Hamilton-Gordon, John Campbell, 1st Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Frederick Temple, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava (Lord Dufferin)
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Hariot Georgina (née Rowan-Hamilton) Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava (Lady Dufferin)
Hampden, vicountancy of, see Brand
Hankey, Thomson, merchant, banker, politician
Harcourt, William George Granville Venables Vernon
Hardwicke, Lady
Hardy, Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy, 1st Earl of Cranbrook
Hatherton, Lady
Harrington, a Southern American
Harrington, Lady
Hartington, Lord, See Cavendish, Spencer
Haweis, Mr.
Heathcote, Sir William, 5th Baronet
Heathcote, Mr.
Helbert, Mrs.
Princess Helena (dau: Queen Victoria)
Herbert, Auberon Edward William Molyneux
Herbert, Elizabeth Herbert, (née Ashe à Court-Repington) Baroness Herbert of Lea
Herbert, Evelyn (née Stanhope) (m: 4th Earl of Carnarvon)
Herbert, Florence Amabell (née Cowper)
Herbert, George, 13th Earl of Pembroke (son of Lord Sidney Herbert)
Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux, 4th Earl of Carnarvon
Herbert, Margaret
Herbert, Sidney, 1st Baron Herbert of Lea (second son of 11th Earl of Pembroke)
Herbert, Maude, See Parry, Maude
Herbert, the painter
Herbert, Winifred Anne Henrietta Christiana (m: 1st and last Baron Burghclere of Walden)
Hereford, barony of see James
Herschel, Sir John Frederick William
Herschell, Farrer, 1st Baron Herschell
Hervey, Lord John
Hervey, Lord Arthur
Hibbert, Mrs. Washington
Hicks Beach, Michael Edward, 1st Earl St Aldwyn
Hildyard, Miss
Hill, Octavia
Hoare, Lady Mary
Hogg, James Macnaghten McGarel Hogg, 1st Baron Magheramorne
Princess Hohenlohe, Princess Feodora of Leiningen, Princess consort of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (the Queen’s half-sister)
Hohenzollern, Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig, King of Prussia (1861 – 1888), first German Emperor (1871 – 1888)
Holden, Isaac, 1st Baronet
Holker, John
Holland,Sir Henry
Holtzman, M.
Hopkins, Ellice
Hook, Walter Farquhar, Dean of Chichester
Houghton, barony of, see Milnes
Houses, Carriages, Buildings, House Guests, Sleeping Arrangements, Exhibitions see also Celebrations
Howard, Alfred (son: Lady Fanny Howard)
Howard, Cecilia Maude (m: Charles Henry Roberts)
Howard, Charles James Stanley, 10th Earl of Carlisle
Howard, Charles Wentworth George (brother of Lord F’s mother)
Howard, Edith (dau: Lady Fanny Howard)
Howard, Edward Granville George, Admiral, 1st and Last Baron Lanerton (brother of Lord F’s mother)
Howard, Lady Fanny, (née Cavendish) (Aunt Fanny, sister of Lord F’s father) (m: Frederick John Howard, grandson of 5th Earl of Carlisle)
Howard, Frederick Compton (Freddie) (son: Lady Fanny Howard)
Howard, George James, 9th Earl of Carlisle
Howard, George William Frederick, 7th Earl of Carlisle (brother of Lord F’s mother)
Howard, Louisa Blanche (dau: Lady Fanny Howard)
Howard, Margaret Fanny (dau: Lady Fanny Howard)
Howard, Mary Henrietta (m: George Gilbert Aimé Murray)
Howard, Rosalind Frances, Countess of Carlisle (née Stanley of Alderley) (m: 9th Earl of Carlisle)
Howard of Glossop, Edward George Fitzalan-Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Glossop
Howard of Glossop, Winefreda Mary Lisle March (née Phillipps) (m:1st Baron Howard of Glossop)
Hughes, Thomas
Hume, David, philosopher
Humphry, Mr., preaching at S. Martin’s
Hunt, Mr., vicar of Falconhurst
Hunting, see Games, Hunting
Huxley, Thomas Henry, biologist

I Index I
Illustrations
Ince, Mrs.
Indian Famine
Ireland, Fenianism, Irish Church
Irving, Henry, actor

J Index J
Jack-in-the-Green
Jamaica and the West Indies
James, Henry 1st Baron James of Hereford
James, Lady
Jenner, Dr.
Jocelyn, Viscountess Lady Frances Elizabeth
Jodrell, founder of Jodrell Lectureships at University College, London
Johnson, Andrew, U.S. president
Johnstone
Joscelyn, Lord (elder)
Joscelyn, Lord (younger)
Jowett, Mr.

K Index K
Károlyi, Count Alajos Károlyi de Nagykároly, Austrian Ambassador
Kean, Charles, actor
Keble, John, churchman
Kemble, Fanny, actress
Kenealy, Edward Vaughan Hyde
Kent, Constance
Kent, Duchess of, see Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Kerr, Lady Cecil Chetwynd (née Chetwynd-Talbot) (m: John William Robert Kerr, 7th Marquess of Lothian)
Kerr, Schomberg Henry, 9th Marquess of Lothian
Kerrison, Ly. Caroline
King, Mary Caroline (née Wortley) (m: 2nd Earl of Lovelace)
Kingsley, Charles, author, clergyman
Kinnaird, Miss

L Index L
Laborurers, see Charity Work, the Poor, Labourers, Workers
Labouchere, Mary Matilda Georgiana (née Howard) (m: 1st and last Baron Taunton) (Aunt of Ld. F.)
Labouchere, Henry, 1st and last Baron Taunton
Lacaita, Sir James, librarian
Landseer, Edwin Henry
Lansdowne, Lord
Lanyon, Sir William Owen
Lascelles, Caroline Georgiana (née Howard) (sister of Lord F’s mother)
Lascelles, Emma Elizabeth (Lord F.’s cousin), see Cavendish, Emma Elizabeth
Lascelles, Frank (brother of Emma)
Lascelles, Mary Emma (née Olliffe)
Lascelles, Mary (May) (Lord F.’s cousin)
Laslett, William
Latimer, Lord and Lady
Lawley, Beilby Richard, 2nd Baron Wenlock (son: Aunt Wenlock)
Lawley, Bielby, 3rd Baron Wenlock (Cousin Bingy, son of Cousin Ebbett, Lady Elizabeth Lawley) (m: Lady Constance Mary Lascelles)
Lawley, Caroline Elizabeth (Carrie) (dau: Aunt Wenlock) (m: Lt. Col. Hon. Caryl Craven Molyneux)
Lawley, Paul Beilby Lawley Thompson, 1st Baron Wenlock
Lawley, Caroline (née Neville) (Aunt Wenlock) (m: 1st Baron Wenlock) (dau: 2nd Baron Braybrooke) (her mother’s aunt)
Lawley, Elizabeth (née Grosvenor) (Cousin Ebbett) (m: 2nd Baron Wenlock)
Lawrence, Sir John
Lear, Edward, painter
Lecky, William Edward Hartpole
Leeds, duchy of, see Osborne
Lefevre, Mr.
Leigh, Very Rev. William, Dean of Hereford
Leighton, Archibald
Leighton, Frederic, 1st Baron Leighton
Leopole II, King of the Belgians (first cousin to Queen Victoria)
Prince Leopold (son of Queen Victoria)
Leveson-Gower, Albert
Leveson-Gower, Castila Rosalind (née Campbell) (m: 2nd Earl Granville)
Leveson-Gower, Edward Frederick (Mr. Leveson)
Leveson-Gower, George, 2nd Earl Granville (Lord Granville) (1815 – 1891)
Leveson-Gower, George, 3rd Earl Granville (1872 – 1939)
Leveson-Gower, Grace Grace Emma Townshend (née Abdy)
Leveson-Gower, Ronald
Leveson-Gower, Victoria Alberta (1857 – 1953) (Vita) (m: Harold John Hastings Russell)
Liddon, Rev.
Lightfoot, Joseph Barber
Lincoln, Abraham, U.S. president
Lind, Jenny, singer
Listowel, William Hare, 3rd Earl of Listowel
Liverpool, earldom of, see Foljambe
Locock
Londonderry, marquessate of, see Stewart, Robert
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Longley, Charles Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury
Lorne, Marquess of, see Campbell, John, 9th Duke of Argyll
Lothian, marquessate of, see Kerr
Louis IV (Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig Karl) 4th Grand Duke of Hesse
Princess Louise (dau: Queen Victoria) Duchess of Argyll
Princess Louise (dau: Prince/Princess of Wales) Princess Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife (Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar
Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia (m: Prince Arthur)
Love Denied, Love Fulfilled
Lowe, Robert, Viscount Sherbrooke
Lowry-Corry, Lord Somerset Richard, 4th Earl Belmore
Loyd, Samuel Jones, 1st and last Baron Overstone (Lord Overstone)
Loyd-Lindsay, Harriet Sarah (née Loyd) (Lady Loyd-Lindsay, later Lady Wantage)
Loyd-Lindsay, Robert James, 1st and last Baron Wantage, Brigadier-General
Loyson, Hyacinthe (Père Hyacinthe)
Lubbock, John, 1st Baron Avebury
Lucan, Lord
Lucknow, Siege of
Lyttelton, Albert Victor (her brother)
Lyttelton, Alfred (her brother)
Lyttelton, Arthur Temple (her brother)
Lyttelton, Caroline Lavinia (Aunt Coque)
Lyttelton, Charles George, 8th Viscount Cobham (her brother)
Lyttelton, Edward (her brother) (Head Master of Eton
Lyttelton, Emily (née Pepys) (Aunt Emmy) (m: Uncle Billy)
Lyttelton, George William Spencer, (Spencer, her brother)
Lyttelton, George William, 4th Baron Lyttelton (Papa)
Lyttelton, Henrietta, (née Cornewall) (Aunt Henrietta) (m: Uncle Spencer Lyttelton)
Spencer, Henry (son of Uncle Spence L.)
Lyttelton, Hester Margaret (her sister) (m: Cyril Argentine Alington)
Lyttelton, Lavinia (her sister, Winnie) see Talbot, Lavinia
Lyttelton, Lavinia (sister of George, 4th Baron) see Glynn, Lavinia
Lyttelton, Lady Mary, (née Glynne) (Mamma)
Lyttelton, Mary Catherine (her sister, May)
Lyttelton, Mary Susan Caroline (née Cavendish) (dau. 2nd Lord Chesham) (m: Charles, Lord Cobham)
Lyttelton, Meriel Sarah (her sister), see Talbot, Meriel Sarah
Lyttelton, Neville Gerald (Nevy, her brother)
Lyttelton, Robert Henry (Bob, her brother)
Lyttelton, Lady Sarah (née Spencer) (Granny, Grauntcoque when w/ dau. Caroline (Aunt Coque), Grauntcoquitty when also w/ Aunt Kitty, Catharine Pole-Carew)
Lyttelton, Sarah (her sister, Sal), see Bailey, Sarah
Lyttelton, Spencer (Uncle Spencer)
Lyttelton, Sybil (her sister), (m: Lionel Henry Cust)
Lyttelton, Sybella Harriet (née Clive)
Lyttelton, William Henry (Uncle Billy)
Lytton, barony of, see Bulwer-Lytton

M Index M
Macaulay, Thomas BabingtonMacclesfield, Lady Mary Francis (née Grosvenor)
MacLeod, Norman
Mac-Mahon, Marie Edme Patrice Maurice de Mac-Mahon, 1st Duke of Magenta
Magee, William Connor (Bishop of Peterborough)
Majendie, Mr.
Manchester, duchy of, see Montagu
Manners, Charles, 6th Duke of Rutland
Manners, Lord Henry, 8th Duke of Rutland
Manners, Lord John, 7th Duke of Rutland
Manning, Henry Edward, Roman Catholic Cardinal
Manzoni, poet
Mario, tenor
Mason, George Heming, painter
Masterson, Margaret Masterson Braithwaite (dau: Lucy Blanche Lyttelton and grdau. of Lucy’s brother Neville) cofounder of Lucy Cavendish College
Maurice, Frederick Denison
Mayo, Lord and Lady
Princess Mary, see Teck, Duke and Duchess
McNeill, Duncan, 1st Baron Colonsay
Meriel, her sister, see Talbot, Hon. Meriel Sarah (M.)
Miall, Edward
Milbank, Mrs.
Milbank, Lady Augusta
Mildmay, Mrs.
Mill, John Stuart
Milman, Henry Hart, historian and ecclesiastic.
Milnes, Richard Monckton, 1st Baron Houghton
Minto, earldom of, see Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound
Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, playwright
Molyneux, Cecil Emily (née Jolliffe) (m: 4th Earl of Sefton)
Molyneux, William, 4th Earl of Sefton
Montagu of Beaulieu, barony of, see Douglas-Scott-Montagu
Montagu, George Victor Drogo, 8th Duke of Manchester (Lord Mandeville from 1855 to 1890)
Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Louisa Jane, (née Hamilton) Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry (Lady Dalkeith in 1865)
Morley, John, 1st Viscount Morley of Blackburn
Morris, Jane, artist’s model
Morris, Lewis, poet
Morris, Tommy
Morris, William, decorator and poet
Morton, Mrs.
Morton, earldom of, see Douglas
Mt. Beaumont, Lady
Müller, Friedrich Max
Munro, the great
Murray, Adelaide
Murray, Mary Henrietta (née Howard)

N Index N
Napier, Francis, 10th Lord Napier
Napier, Robert Cornelis, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala
Napoléon Eugène Louis Jean Joseph, Spanish Prince Imperial
Nasmyth, James Hall, engineer and inventor
Nelson, Horatio, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté
Nesselrode, Karl Robert (Charles de Nesselrode)
Neville, Lady Dorothy Fanny (née Walpole) (m: Reginald Henry Nevill)
Neville, Edward
Neville, Latimer, 6th Lord Braybrooke, Baron of Braybrooke (Master of Magdalene, Cambridge)
Neville, Ralph
Neville, Reginald Henry (m: Lady Dorothy Neville)
Neville, Seymour
New Zealand
Newcastle, duchy of, see Pelham-Clinton
Newman, John Henry, Roman Catholic priest, cardinal and poet
Newmany, the Lyttelton family nurse
Newport, Viscountess Lady Selina (née Forester) Countess of Bradford in 1865
Nicholas, Romanova family of Russia
Nillson, Christina
Nolan, an officer
Northcote,Stafford Henry , 1st Earl of Iddesleigh
Northumberland, duchy of, see Percy

O Index O
Oates, Titus
Odger, George
Ogilvy, Henrietta Blanche (née Stanley of Alderley) (m: David Graham Drummond Ogilvy, 5th Earl of Airlie)
Ormonde, marquessate of, see Butler
Orton, Arthur
Osborne, George Godolphin, 9th Duke of Leeds (m: Hon. Frances Georgiana Pitt-Rivers)
Osborne, George Godolphin, 10th Duke of Leeds
Overstone, barony of, see Loyd
Owen, Richard, palaeontologist
Oxford, Bishop of, see Wilberforce, Samuel

P Index P
Paget, Lord Clarence
Paget, James, 1st Baronet
Palgrave, William Gifford
Palmerston, viscounty of, see Temple
Panizzi, Antonio Genesio Maria, (Sir Anthony Panizzi)
Paris Commune
Parker, Cecil
Parkington, Sir John
Parkinson-Fortescue, Chichester Samuel, 2nd Baron Clermont and 1st Baron Carlingford
Parkinson-Fortescue, Frances Elizabeth Anne (née Braham), Lady Waldegrave (m: 1st Baron Carlingford, previously married to 7th Earl of Waldegrave)
Parnell, Charles Stewart, political leader
Parry, Hubert
Parry, John
Parry, Maude, (née Herbert)
Pasha, Isma’i, Khedive or Viceroy of Egypt
Pattison, Dorothy Wyndlow (“Sister Dora”)
Paxton, Joseph (Architect of the Crystal Palace; originally superintendent of the gardens at Chatsworth.)
Peel, Robert, 3rd Baronet
Pelham-Clinton, Henry, 5th Duke of Newcastle
Pennant, see Douglas-Pennant
Penrhyn, barony of, see Douglas-Pennant
Pepys, Herbert
Percy, Edith (née Campbell) (m: 7th Duke of Northumberland)
Percy, Eleanor, Duchess of Northumberland, (née Grosvenor)
Percy, Henry Algernon George Percy, Earl Percy (Lord Warkworth)
Percy, Henry George, 7th Duke of Northumberland
Percy, Josceline
de Persigny, Madame
Persigny, Count
Philippe, Prince, Comte de Paris, the “King of France”
Philips, Sir Thomas
Phillimore, Catherine
Phillimore, Robert
Phillimore, Walter George Frank, 1st Baron Phillimore
Philpott, Henry, Bishop of Worcester
Pitt-Rivers, Susan Georgiana (née Leveson-Gower) (Lady Rivers)
Playfair, Dr. Lyon, 1st Baron Playfair
Pole-Carew, Caroline Anne (née Lyttelton) (m: Reginald Pole-Carew) (dau. of 1st Baron Lyttelton)
Pole-Carew, Frances Anne (née Buller)
Pole-Carew, Lt.-Gen. Sir Reginald
Pollington, Lord
Pope Pius IX
Powerscourt, viscountancy of, see Wingfield
Powlett, Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, (née Stanhope) (formerly Lady Dalmeny) Duchess of Cleveland
Powlett, Harry George, 4th Duke of Cleveland
Pratt, Lady Clementina Augusta (née Spencer-Churchill) (m: 3rd Marquess Camden, 3rd Earl of the County of Brecknock)
Pratt, John Charles, 3rd Marquess Camden, 3rd Earl of the County of Brecknock
Preston, Mrs. (née Campbell)
Princess??
Prothero, Mr.
Prussia, King of, see Hohenzollern, Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig
Puller, Mr.
Pusey, Edward Bouverie

Q Index Q
Quin, Lord George

R Index R
Raglan, Lady
Ralli, Mrs. Pantia
Rayleigh, barony of, see Strutt
Reed, German
Reeves, Sims, singer
Religious issues, opinions
Rice, Captain
Richmond, D.C.
Richmond, George
Ripon, marquessate of, see Robinson
Robartes, Juliana (née Pole-Carew) (dau. Papa’s aunt Caroline Anne) (m: Thomas James Agar later Agar-Robartes, in 1869 created 1st Baron Robartes of Lanhydrock and Truro)
Robartes, Thomas James Agar later Agar-Robartes, in 1869 created 1st Baron Robartes of Lanhydrock and Truro
Roberts, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl Roberts
Robinson, Frederick Oliver, 2nd Marquess of Ripon (1852 – 1923)
Robinson, George Frederick Samuel, 3rd Earl de Grey of Wrest (1859), 1st Marquess of Ripon (1871) (Lord de Grey, Lord Ripon after 1871)
Robinson, Henrietta Anne Theodosia, (née Vyner) (Lady de Grey, Lady Ripon after 1871)
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Roebuck, John Arthur
Rogers, the Misses
Romanova family of Russia
   1825-1855, Nicholas I
   1855-1881, Alexander II
   1881-1894, Alexander III
   1894-1918, Nicholas II
   Alexandra Feodorovna (dau: Princess Alice)
Rome, Capture of
Rubens, painter
Rudersdorf, Mme, singer
Ruskin
Russell, Charles James Fox, third son of John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford
Russell, Frances Anna Maria (née Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound) (Lady Russell) (m: 1st Earl Russell)
Russell, John, 1st Earl Russell (Lord Russell)
Russell, John, Viscount Amberley (Lord Amberly) (father of Bertrand Russell)
Russell, Katherine Louisa (née Stanley) (dau: 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley) (m: Viscount Amberly)
Rutland, duchy of, see Manners

S Index S
St. Albans, William Beauclerk, 10th Duke of St Albans
Salisbury, Bishop of, see Hamilton, Walter Kerr
Salisbury, marquessate of, see Cecil
Salt, Titus, 1st Baronet
Sandon, Lord
Santley, Charles
Scarsdale, barony of, see Curzon
Schouvaloff (Shuvalof), Peter Andreivich, Russian diplomatist
Scott, see Montagu-Douglas-Scott
Scott-Siddons, Mary Frances
Sebastopol
Selfe, Mr.
Servants, Governesses, Schooling
Seward, William H. , U.S. Secretary of State
Sewell, Elizabeth Missing
Seymour, Frances Selina Isabella (née Poyntz), Dowager Lady Clinton (first husband was 18th Lord Clinton, second was Sir Horace Seymour, Aunt Yaddy’s father)
Seymour, Mr. Horace
Seymour, Lord
Shaftesbury, earldom, see Ashley-Cooper
Shannon, earldom of, see Boyle
Shaw-Stewart, Octavia (née Grosvenor) (dau: 2nd Marquess of Westminster)
Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred (née Balfour) (Nora)
Sidgwick, Henry
Simeon, Sir John, 3rd Baronet
Skerritt, Miss
Sleeping Arrangements, see Housing, Buildings, House Guests and Sleeping Arrangements
Smith, Hugh, Mr.
Smith-Stanley, Edward George Geoffrey, 14th Earl of Derby
Smith-Stanley, Emma Caroline (née Bootle-Wilbraham) (Lady Derby)
Princess Sophia Frederika Mathilde of Württemberg, Queen of the Netherlands
Southey, Robert, poet, biographer
Spencer, Adelaide Horatia Elizabeth (née Seymour) (Aunt Yaddy)
Spencer, Charles Robert, 6th Earl Spencer
Spencer, Charlotte (née Seymour) (m: Althorp)
Spencer, Frederick, 4th Earl Spencer (Uncle Fritz)
Spencer, Jane, Baroness Churchill (née Conyngham) (Lady Churchill, Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen)
Spencer, John Charles, 3rd Earl Spencer (Uncle Jack)
Spencer, John Poyntz, 5th Earl Spencer (Althorp or Spencer)
Spencer, Lavinia (née Bingham) (m: George John Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer) (mother of Granny)
Spencer, Sarah Isabella (Tallee)
Spencer, Victoria Alexandrina
Spencer-Churchill, Harriet (née Gough-Calthorp) (young Ly. Spencer?) (m: Lord Alfred S-C, son of 6th Duke of Marlborough)
St. Albans, duchy of, see Beauclerk
St. Aldwyn, earldom of, see Hicks Beach
St. Aubyn, Mr.
Stanhope, Emily Harriet (née Kerrison)
Stanhope, Philip Henry, 5th Earl Stanhope
Stanley, Agusta
Stanley, Algernon Charles
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn (Dean Stanley, Dean of Westminster)
Stanley, Constance (née Villiers) (m: 16th Earl of Derby) (dau: George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon)
Stanley, Edward Henry, 15th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley until 1869, then Lord Derby)
Stanley, Frederick Arthur, 16th Earl of Derby (Captain Stanley until 1886)
Stanley of Alderley, Algernon Charles
Stanley of Alderley, Edward John, 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley, 1st Baron Eddisbury
Stanley of Alderley, Henrietta Maria (née Dillon-Lee)
Stewart, Robert, 2nd Marquess of Londonderry (Lord Castlereagh)
Stockmar, Baron
Stonor,Thomas, 3rd Baron Camoys
Stopford, Miss Horatia
Stratford, earldom of, see Byng
Stratford de Redcliffe, vicountancy of, see Canning
Strauss, author
Strutt, Amelia Harriet (née Otter) (m: Edward Strutt, 1st Baron Belper)
Strutt, Edward, 1st Baron Belper
Strutt, John William, 3rd Baron Rayleigh of Terling Place
Strutt, Evelyn Georgiana Mary (née Balfour) (Lady Rayleigh) (m: 3rd Baron Rayleigh)
Strzelecki, Sir Paul Edmund de
Stuart, Lady Evelyn (née Sutherland-Leveson-Gower) (m: 12th Lord Blantyre)
Stuart-Wortley, see Wortley
Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, James, 1nd Baron Wharncliffe, (father: Cissy Wortley, Lady Henry Scott)
Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, John, 2nd Baron Wharncliffe, (father: Mrs. Talbot, Meriel’s mother-in-law)
Sturt, Henry Gerard, 1st Baron Alington
Sudley, Lord
Sumner, Charles, American politician
Sutherland, duchy of, see Sutherland-Leveson-Gower
Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Cromartie, 4th Duke of Sutherland (1851–1913)
Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Francis Mackenzie, 2nd Earl of Cromartie (1852–1893)
Sutherland Leveson-Gower, George Granville William, 3rd Duke of Sutherland
Sutherland Leveson-Gower, Anne, Duchess of Sutherland (née Hay-Mackenzie)
Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Harriet Elizabeth Georgiana, Dowager Duchess of Sutherland (née Howard) (sister of Lord F’s mother)
Sydney, earldom of, see Townshend

T Index T
Tait, Archibald Campbell, Bishop of London, Archbishop of Canterbury
Talbot, earldom of, see Chetwynd-Talbot
Talbot, Bertram Chetwynd (Meriel’s 4th, 1865-1936)
Talbot, Caroline Agnes (Meriel’s 3rd, 1863-1930)
Talbot, Caroline Jane (née Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie) (Meriel’s mother-in-law) (dau: 1st Baron Wharncliffe)
Talbot, Edward Keble (son: Lavinia)
Talbot, Edward Stuart, bishop, (m: sister Lavinia)
Talbot, Eustace (Meriel’s 7th, 1873-1905)
Talbot, Evelyn (Meriel’s 8th, 1873-1962)
Talbot, George John (Meriel’s 1st, 1861-1938)
Talbot, Gwendolen (Meriel’s 9th, 1877-1960)
Talbot, John Edward (Meriel’s 6th, 1870-1937)
Talbot, John Gilbert, (m: sister Meriel)
Talbot, Lavinia, (née Lyttelton) (her sister, Winnie) (m:Edward Talbot)
Talbot, Margaret (Meriel’s 10th, 1878-1974)
Talbot, Mary (Meriel’s 2nd, 1862-1897)
Talbot, May (dau: Lavinia)
Talbot, Dame Meriel Lucy (Meriel’s 5th, 1866-1956)
Talbot, Meriel Sarah (née Lyttelton) (her dear sister Meriel, M.)
Talbot, Neville (son: Lavinia)
Taplin, James P., botanist
Taunton, baronetcy of, see Labouchere
Teck, Duchess of, Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge
Teck, Princess Mary (Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes) (m: King George V)
Telegraph, Atlantic Cable, Telephone, Technology
Temple, Beatrice (née Lascelles) (Lord F.’s cousin)
Temple, Emily (née Lamb, also Lady Cowper) (m: Lord Palmerston) (Lady Palmerston, Lady Pam)
Temple, Frederick, Bishop of Exeter, Archbishop of Canterbury (m: Beatrice Lascelles)
Temple, Henry John, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (Lord Palmerston)
Tennyson, Lord Alfred
Thalber, Sigismond, composer, pianist
Thesiger, Frederic Augustus, 2nd Baron Chelmsford
Thiers, Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe, President of France
Thompson, Mr.
Thomson, William (Bishop of Gloucester, Archbishop of York)
Thynne, Alexander George (son: 4th Marquess of Bath)
Thynne, John Alexander, 4th Marquess of Bath
Thynne, Thomas Henry, 5th Marquess of Bath
Tichborne Verdict, see Orton, Arthur
Tietjens, Thérèse Johanne Alexandra
Tollemache, Lionel
Thompson, William Hepworth, Master of Trinity College
Townshend, John Robert, 1st Earl Sydney
Trench, Richard Chenevix, Dean of Westminster
Trevelyan, Charles Edward, 1st Baronet
Trevelyan, George Otto, 2nd Baronet
Trollop, Anthony
Tuckley, Henry
Turvil, Mr.
Tyndall, Louisa Charlotte (née Hamilton)

U

V Index V
Van de Weyer, Elizabeth Anne Sturgis (née Bates)
Vane, Lady
Vane-Tempest, Adolphus Frederick Charles William (m: Susan, dau. of Duke of Newcastle)
Vane-Tempest, Susan Charlotte Catherine (née Pelham-Clinton) (dau. of Duke of Newcastle)
Vaughan, Dr.
Vernon, Augustus Henry Vernon, 6th Baron Vernon
Vesey, Constance (née Lawley) (m: Captain Hon. Eustace Vesey)
Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Duchess of Kent (mother of Queen Victoria, sister of Albert’s father and Leopold, King of the Belgians)
Princess Victoria, Princess Royal, (dau: Queen Victoria)
Princess Victoria, Princess Royal, (dau: Prince/Princess of Wales)
Queen Victoria
Villiers, Mr., of the Admiralty
Villiers, George, 4th Earl of Clarendon
Voysey, Charles

W Index W
Waldegrave, Lady, see Parkinson-Fortescue, Frances Elizabeth
Wales, Edward, Prince of
Wales, Alexandra, Princess of
Walker, Severn
Walpole, Spencer
Ward, Georgina Elisabeth, (née Moncreiffe) Countess of Dudley
Ward, William , 1st Earl of Dudley
Warner, Mrs.
Watts, Isaac (hymnwriter)
Wellesley, Aurthur, Field Marshall, 1st Duke of Wellington
Wellesley, Arthur Richard , 2nd Duke of Wellington
Wellesley, Elizabeth, 2nd Duchess of Wellington
Wellesley, Gerald Valerian, Dean of Windsor
Wellington, duchy of, see Wellesley
Wenlock, barony of, see Lawley
Wentworth-FitzWilliam, Albreda Mary (dau: William Thomas Spencer, 6th Earl FitzWilliam)
West, Algernon
West Indies, see Jamaica and the West Indies
Westminster, duchy of, see Grosvenor
Wharncliffe, barony of, see Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie
Wickham, Agnes (née Gladstone)
Wickham, Edward Charles (m: Aganes Gladstone) Headmaster of Wellington College, Dean of Lincoln
Wilberforce, Samuel, Bishop of Oxford, Bishop of Winchester
Wilhelm II, German Emperor, (son: Princess Royal)
Wilkinson, Mr., preaching at S. Peter’s
Williams, Rowland
Williamson, Professor
Wilson, H. B.
Wilson, Mathew, 1st Baronet
Wilson-Patten, John, 1st Baron Winmarleigh
Window, Mr., photographer
Windsor, Dean of, see Wellesley, Gerald Valerian
Windsor, Lady Harriet Clive, Baroness Windsor
Windsor-Clive, Lady Mary Selina Louisa (née Bridgeman)
Windsor-Clive, Robert George, 1st Earl of Plymouth
Windsor-Clive, Victoria
Wingfield, Mervyn, 7th Viscount Powerscourt
Winmarleigh, barony of, see Wilson-Patten
Wolrige, Capt.
Wolseley, Garnet, 1st Viscount Wolseley
Wolverton, barony of, see Glyn
Wood, Agnes Elizabeth (née Courtenay) (m: 2nd Viscount Halifax)
Wood, Charles, 1st Viscount Halifax, (aka Sir Charles Wood, 1846 – 1866)
Wood, Charles Lindley, 2nd Viscount Halifax
Wood, Lady Mary (née Grey) (m: 1st Viscount Halifax)
Wood, William, Lord Chancellor
Wordsworth, Elizabeth
Worms, Mr.
Wortley, Jane (née Lawley) (Cousin Jane, cousin of Mamma) (dau: Aunt Wenlock)
Wortley, James Archibald Stuart-Wortley (Cousin Jem) (m: Jane Lawley) (bro: Caroline Jane Talbot)
Wortley, Mary Caroline (m: Ralph Gordon Noel King, 2nd Earl of Lovelace) (dau: Cousin Jane)
Wyatt, Captain Hon. Edmund Verney

X

Y Index Y
Yonge, Charlotte Mary
Yorke, Lady Agneta
Yorke, Bertha

Z