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147.ii.MAJOR ROBERT ORLANDO RODOLPH KENYON-SLANEY, b. 13 Jan 1892, Lowdnes Square, London; d. 14 Jan 1965, Royal Hospital, Wolverhampton.

129.MAJOR GENERAL WALTER RUPERT17 KENYON-SLANEY (FRANCIS CATHERINE16 SLANEY, ELIZABETH15 MUCKLESTON, WILLIAM HAWKINS14, RICHARD13, JOSEPH12, RICHARD11, EDWARD10, JOHN9, EDWARD8, HUGH7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROGER2DE MUCCLESTON, HOESKYN1) was born 25 Sep 1851, and died 23 Mar 1936.He married MAY SCHOOLES 1878, daughter of H D SCHOOLES.

Notes for MAJOR GENERAL WALTER RUPERT KENYON-SLANEY:

CB 1907

Served in South Africa 1902 - Mentioned in Despatches.

Commanded Troops Secunderabad India 1909-13.

Retired 1913

Address: Old Mill House, Benson, Oxford[Slaney.FTW]

CB 1907

Served in South Africa 1902 - Mentioned in Despatches.

Commanded Troops Secunderabad India 1909-13.

Retired 1913

Address: Old Mill House, Benson, Oxford

More About MAJOR GENERAL WALTER RUPERT KENYON-SLANEY:

Education: Eton

Military service: 1869, Entered Rifle Brigade

Child of WALTER KENYON-SLANEY and MAY SCHOOLES is:

i.NEVILLE AGLIONBY18 KENYON-SLANEY, b. 1879; d. Aft. 1947.

More About NEVILLE AGLIONBY KENYON-SLANEY:

Occupation: Colonial Civil Servant

130.PERCY ROBERT KENYON17 SLANEY (FRANCIS CATHERINE16, ELIZABETH15 MUCKLESTON, WILLIAM HAWKINS14, RICHARD13, JOSEPH12, RICHARD11, EDWARD10, JOHN9, EDWARD8, HUGH7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROGER2DE MUCCLESTON, HOESKYN1) was born 09 Jun 1861, and died 13 Sep 1911.He married GERALDINE ELLEN GEORGINA WHITMORE 23 Apr 1895, daughter of REV. GEORGE WHITMORE.She died Aft. 1928.

Notes for PERCY ROBERT KENYON SLANEY:

His will was valued at £2,631-7-4

Children of PERCY SLANEY and GERALDINE WHITMORE are:

i.MAJOR PHILLIP PERCY18 KENYON-SLANEY, b. 1896; d. 09 Sep 1928.

Notes for MAJOR PHILLIP PERCY KENYON-SLANEY:

Recreations include: Shooting, Fishing, Hunting.

Address:Beechwood House, Plympton, Devon.

Mentioned in despatches during the European War (WW1)

More About MAJOR PHILLIP PERCY KENYON-SLANEY:

Education: Bramfield College, Berks.

Military service: Bet. 1914 - 1921, Major

Occupation: 1924, MP for Tavistock

ii.FRANCES DIAMOND SARA KENYON-SLANEY, b. 1897.

iii.GERALD WILLIAM KENYON-SLANEY, b. 1899.

iv.DAU KENYON-SLANEY, b. 1909.

131.ANNE17 MUCKLESTON (JOHN FLETCHER16, JOHN15, JOHN14, EDWARD13, EDWARD12, ROWLAND11, EDWARD10, JOHN9, EDWARD8, HUGH7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROGER2DE MUCCLESTON, HOESKYN1) was born 20 Sep 1806 in (bap)Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield, Staffordshire..She married (1) ARTHUR BATTERSBY 15 Jun 1826 in Wellesbourne, Warwickshire., son of ARTHUR BATTERSBY ESQ.He was born Abt. 1808.She married (2) FREDERICK CUERTON TRAVERS SMYTHE. 13 Jun 1840 in Narborough, Leicestershire., son of JOHN SMYTHE and CATHERINE WINSLOW.He died 19 Jul 1870.

Notes for ANNE MUCKLESTON:

Arthur Battersby was the only son of Arthur Battersby of Dublin Esq.

From the Gentleman's Magazine:

1826. Marriage June 15th. At Wellesbourne, Arthur, only son of Arthur Battersby Esq., of Harrington Street, Dublin, to Ann, second daughter of the Rev. J.F. Muckleston.

1840. Marriage June 13th. At Narborough, Leicestershire. F.C.T. Smythe Esq., of Tenby, to Ann Muckleston, second daughter of the Rev. J.F. Muckleston.

thought that you might be interested in a newspaper article that I found

when I was searching through microfilms of our local newspaper for

information on the South Molton Workhouse - nothing to do with the workhouse

but it caught my eye - the paper also reported on national news:

February 8th 1837 - "In the New Court on Wednesday Arthur Battersby, who has

lately gone under the name of Henry Napier Dinsey, the son of a gentleman of

good family in Dublin, was tried on a charge of bigamy.It appeared that

after his first marriage to a Miss Muckleston in 1826, the prisoner went to

India as a private soldier.................. and later became a Lieutenant

in the British Legion.He married Miss Stovin, a lady of fortune, his first

wife still being alive."

The Court found him guilty and he was sentenced to transportation.

An Ann Smythe dies in 1874 aged 68 - this could possibly be this Ann.

Notes for ARTHUR BATTERSBY:

thought that you might be interested in a newspaper article that I found

when I was searching through microfilms of our local newspaper for

information on the South Molton Workhouse - nothing to do with the workhouse

but it caught my eye - the paper also reported on national news:

February 8th 1837 - "In the New Court on Wednesday Arthur Battersby, who has

lately gone under the name of Henry Napier Dinsey, the son of a gentleman of

good family in Dublin, was tried on a charge of bigamy.It appeared that

after his first marriage to a Miss Muckleston in 1826, the prisoner went to

India as a private soldier.................. and later became a Lieutenant

in the British Legion.He married Miss Stovin, a lady of fortune, his first

wife still being alive."

The Court found him guilty and he was sentenced to transportation.

Child of ANNE MUCKLESTON and FREDERICK SMYTHE. is:

148.i.HENRY TRAVERS18 SMYTHE., b. 10 Feb 1846; d. 28 Mar 1924.

132.LOUISA17 MUCKLESTON (JOHN FLETCHER16, JOHN15, JOHN14, EDWARD13, EDWARD12, ROWLAND11, EDWARD10, JOHN9, EDWARD8, HUGH7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROGER2DE MUCCLESTON, HOESKYN1) was born Abt. 1821 in Lichfield Staffs, and died 11 May 1881.She married ZACHARIAH ROBERT STEWART 12 Aug 1842 in Plymouth Devon.He died 26 Sep 1865.

Notes for LOUISA MUCKLESTON:

1841 census

HO107/229/12

Victoria Parade, Tormoham, Newton Abbot, Devon

John Fletcher Muckleston75ClergymanNo

Louisa Muckleston25No

Mary Smith20F ServantYes

Maria Tear15F ServantYes

In the Gentlemans Magazine

1842 Marriage (exact date not known possibly August) At Plymouth, Robert Stewart Esq Surgeon of Torquay to Louisa daughter of the Reverend J F Muckleston DD of Lichfield

She wrote a book entitled Walks at Templecombe dated June 20th 1840.

In the 1881 she is a widow living at No. 3 Whitestone Villas, Paignton, Devon.

Listed as follows

Louisa Stewart, Head, Money Invested, Widow aged 60, Born Lichfield Staffs

Amy Stewart, Daughter, Money Invested, Unmar, aged 28, Born Torquay Devon

Sister Alexandra Eugenia Cordare, Visitor, Religious Sister Nun, Unmar, aged 29 Born France

Lucy Pilley, General Servant Domestic, Unmar, aged 18 Born Drewsteignton Devon

Caroline Crossley, Institution Nurse, Unmar, aged 20 Born Demarara.

More About ZACHARIAH ROBERT STEWART:

Occupation: 1842, A Surgeon of Torquay

Children of LOUISA MUCKLESTON and ZACHARIAH STEWART are:

i.AMY18 STEWART, b. 1853, Torquay, Devon; m. JAMES GRANGE, 02 Aug 1883.

Notes for JAMES GRANGE:

Of Dover Kent

149.ii.ROBERT STEWART, b. 28 Jan 1844; d. 10 Oct 1876.