BULL FAMILY HISTORY
According to the Bull Family Bible now in the possession of John Frederick Cornes (see below) there were five Bull brothers and sisters whose names and dates of birth are given below. Their uncle may have been Thomas Bull, stone mason, Master of the Masons’ Company in 1746, of Broad Street in the parish of St. Peter le Poor, London, who was buried at St. Peter le Poor on 6 Feb 1750/51 (P.C.C. will dated 3 Dec 1748 and proved 4 Feb 1750/51). The name of their father is not known but it seems likely that their mother was MARGARET BULL, who d. 9 Jul 1764, aged 74, and was buried at Arundel, Sussex having had issue:
1. Thomas, b. 7 Oct 1712.
2. JOHN, of whom presently.
3. Joseph, b. 22 Feb 1716/17.
4. William, b. 22 Dec 1720.
1. Mary, b. 3 Jul 1710.
JOHN BULL, a hoopmaker in Chichester and later a timber merchant in Arundel, leased Begley and Boundless Farms in the parish of Thursley, Surrey and maintained the Bull Family Bible, b. 22 Dec 1714, m. 1stly 19 Jun 1748 at Tangmere, Sussex, Mary, dau of Rev Thomas Wellings, M.A., Vicar of Aldingbourne, Sussex 1709-36. She was b. 12 Apr 1722, bapt 26 Apr 1722 at Aldingbourne, d. 18 Dec 1761 and was buried at Arundel having had issue:
1. John, b. 18 Mar 1748/49, bapt 7 Apr 1749 at Arundel, who had been living abroad for many years in 1798 according to his father’s will. His wife may have been called Letitia Cecilia Bull and, if so, then he d. 31 Oct 1802 at Montego Bay, Jamaica and she d. 7 Oct 1825 in Bath.
2. Thomas, d. 1753 and was buried at Arundel.
1. Katherine, of Hackney, Middlesex, b. 12 May 1751, m. 24 Jan 1771 at All Hallows, London Wall, George Wellings of the parish of All Hallows and had issue: 2 daus.
2. Mary, b. 17 Jul 1755, bapt 19 Jul 1755 at Arundel, m. 12 Aug 1783 at Arundel, Robert Chapman, architect and surveyor, of 26 Wormwood Street in the parish of All Hallows, London Wall, son of Robert Chapman, carpenter, of the parish of All Hallows, London Wall. See the Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 by Howard Colvin. He d.s.p. 30 Mar 1827, aged 73, at Park Cottage, Camberwell Grove (P.C.C. will dated 24 Jul 1824 and proved 20 Apr 1827) and was buried at All Hallows, London Wall on 9 Apr 1827.
3. Elizabeth, b. 28 Aug 1757, m. 30 Sep 1779 at Arundel, John Gardiner, coach wheelwright, of Wormwood Street in the parish of All Hallows, London Wall, son of William Gardiner, coach wheelwright, of Wormwood Street and his wife Mary (née Sheldon). He d. 1794 at Camberwell (P.C.C. will dated 9 Apr 1794 and proved 13 Aug 1794) having had issue (with 1 son and 2 daus):
a. John Bull, Fellow of the Institute of British Architects, of Finsbury Circus and Addington Place, Camberwell, who was in partnership with his uncle Robert Chapman (see above), b. 20 Feb 1786, bapt 3 Mar 1786 at All Hallows, London Wall, d. 7 Jan 1867 at Brighton having had issue. See the Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 by Howard Colvin.
4. Ann, of Arundel and later of 5 York Place, Denmark Hill, Camberwell, b. 15 Apr 1759, d. unmarried 3 Oct 1837 at Camberwell (P.C.C. will dated 7 Sep 1827 and proved 21 Oct 1837) and was buried at Arundel.
He m. 2ndly 28 Oct 1764 at Arundel, ELIZABETH, bapt 20 Aug 1731 at Petworth, Sussex, dau of WILLIAM TUPPER, who was buried at Ferring, Sussex on 30 Sep 1758. She d. 20 Dec 1786, aged 56, and he d. 1 Jan 1801 at Arundel (P.C.C. will dated 2 Jul 1798 and proved 9 Feb 1801) and they were both buried at Arundel having had further issue:
3. William, mercer, of Chichester in 1791 when he witnessed the marriage of his sister Barbara and James Weale (see below) and painter-stainer, of 19 St. Helena Place, Williamsburgh Square, London in 1841, bapt 23 May 1765 at Arundel, buried in Kensal Green Cemetery according to family records.
4. Thomas, of whom presently.
5. Joseph, yeoman, of Thursley, Surrey, b. 18 Feb 1770, bapt 22 Feb 1770 at Arundel, m. 6 Oct 1791 at Chiddingfold, Surrey, Sarah, dau of John Enticknap of Pockford, Chiddingfold. She d. 10 Jun 1800 and was buried at Chiddingfold on 16 Jun 1800 and he d. 1854 (P.C.C. will dated 10 Apr 1845 and proved 8 Jul 1854) having had issue:
a. John Enticknap, living in 1845.
a. Elizabeth, buried at Chiddingfold on 24 Nov 1800.
5. BARBARA, b. 13 Oct 1766, bapt 20 Oct 1766 at Arundel, m. 31 Mar 1791 at St. Pancras, Chichester, JAMES, second son of JOHN WEALE, mercer, of Godalming, Surrey and his wife ANN (née WAKEFORD). See Weale Family History. She was buried at Godalming on 5 Apr 1822 and he d. at Walcot, Bath and was buried at Godalming on 22 Aug 1836 having had issue.
6. Caroline, b. 1771, d. an infant and was buried at Arundel.
Thomas Bull, tallow chandler, partner, with Peter Skipper, of Skipper & Bull, of 11 Great Tower Street, London 1804-08, living in Portsmouth in 1814, b. 26 Apr 1768 at Arundel, m. 1stly 15 May 1788 at Arundel, Jane Ewings and had issue:
1. Edward, bapt 29 Jan 1789 at Arundel, m. 20 Sep 1814 at Arundel, Sarah White and had issue:
a. Edward, bapt 18 Sep 1817 at Tarrant Street Chapel, Arundel.
2. Thomas, bapt 12 Sep 1790 at Arundel, d. young.
3. George, of Arundel, bapt 3 May 1792 at Arundel, m. 11 Oct 1820 at Arundel, Sarah Charman. She d. 4 Apr 1862, aged 61, and he d. 5 Jul 1866 and they were both buried at Arundel.
1. Elizabeth, bapt 17 Feb 1795 at Arundel, m. 9 Sep 1813 at Arundel, James Watts.
He m. 2ndly 28 May 1801 at West Hampnett, Sussex, Sarah, dau of Pannett Knott, mealman, of West Hampnett and his wife Hannah, dau of William Silverlock, yeoman, of Bosham, Sussex. She d. 30 Oct 1814 and he d. 25 Nov 1845 at Turnham Green and was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery having had further issue:
4. John Pannett, of whom presently.
5. William, b. 16 Dec 1803, bapt 22 Jan 1804 at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London.
6. Thomas, b. 18 Dec 1805, bapt 17 Jun 1806 at St. Dunstan-in-the-East.
7. Frederick, b. 4 Nov 1807, d. 15 Apr 1808 and was buried at St. Dunstan-in-the-East.
8. Joseph, b. 16 Jun 1810.
2. Sarah, b. 27 Apr 1812, m. Mr. Huntley.
John Pannett Bull, woollen merchant, of Bull & Wilson, St. Martin’s Lane and 15 Hyde Park Street, who lived at Arlington House, Chiswick, exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851, b. 26 Mar 1802, bapt 14 May 1802 at St. Olave’s, Hart Street, m. 8 Apr 1829 at St. Mary Magdalene, Taunton, Somerset, Elizabeth, b. 10 Feb 1808, dau of John Sheppard, cabinetmaker, of High Street, Taunton and his wife Mary (née Lock). He d. 1 May 1872 at 5 Hyde Park Street, London and was buried at Kensal Green on 8 May 1872 and she d. 23 Feb 1877 at Teddington having had issue:
1. John, b. 14 Feb 1830, d. 7 Mar 1830 at Taunton.
1. Elizabeth (Hebe), b. 16 Mar 1832 in Hatton Garden, bapt 24 Sep 1832 at St. Sepulchre, Skinner Street, London, m. 1stly 8 Mar 1853 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, her second cousin, Charles James Weale, second son of Robert Weale, Assistant Commissioner of Poor Laws, of Bedford and his wife Kate (née Morey). See Weale Family History. He was b. 29 May 1830, bapt 22 Oct 1830 at Midhurst, Sussex, educ Bedford Grammar School and Caius College, Cambridge, served as an Ensign in the 53rd Bengal Native Infantry and was later a wine merchant with the firm Bull & Weale, 1 John Adam Street, Adelphi. He committed suicide at Queen Square, Bloomsbury on 24 Jun 1875 (and she m. 2ndly 1876 at Holy Trinity, Eastbourne, Sussex, John Arthur Buckley, widower, of Hampton Wick, son of Joseph Buckley of Manchester and Exeter and d. 21 Jul 1898) having had issue:
a. Charles John Morey, of 120 Cromwell Road, London, b. 29 Dec 1853 at 18 Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, bapt Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, educ Rugby, Ensign, 3rd Dragoon Guards in 1873, resigned owing to family losses, Senior Corporal, 16th Lancers 1875-78, Sub-Inspector, British Honduras Frontier Constabulary 1878, ranching in the Argentine 1881-86, Assistant Secretary to the Council for Foreign Bondholders, d. unmarried 19 Oct 1922 (Will dated 5 Jul 1917 and proved 8 Dec 1922) and was buried in Hammersmith Cemetery.
2. Julia, b. 6 Mar 1834 in St. Martin’s Lane, bapt 27 Mar 1834 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, m. 6 Feb 1855 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, Lieutenant Colonel Mortimer John Slater, 5th Bengal European Regiment, son of John Slater, artist, of St. John’s Wood, London. He was b. 6 Oct 1824, bapt 3 Nov 1824 at St. Marylebone, educ Marlborough Free Grammar School and served in the First Afghan War. She d. 27 May 1858 and he d. 29 Oct 1863 on board the Nimrod returning from India having had issue:
a. Mortimer John, Major, Royal Engineers (Bombay Sappers), b. 3 Jan 1856 at Umballa, India, served in the Second Afghan War 1878-80, m. 4 Feb 1886 at Teddington, Hilda, dau of H.E. Tatham of 26 Talbot Square, Hyde Park and Chesfield, Teddington and d. 31 Dec 1897 at Up Park Camp, Jamaica having had issue:
1. Ronald Mortimer, Lieutenant, Worcestershire Regiment, of The Vicarage, Chudleigh Knighton, Devon, b. Oct 1891, died of wounds in France on 21 Nov 1914 and was buried in Merville Communal Cemetery.
1. Olive, m. 1 Jun 1915 at Bexhill, Rev Louis Oakeley Mott, Vicar of Chudleigh Knighton, third son of Major Charles Augustus Mott, The Queen’s Royal Regiment, and his wife Gertrude Constance (née Parlby). See MOTT of THE BELL HOUSE formerly of WALL – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1952 Edition. She d. 1962 and he d. 15 May 1972 having had issue.
3. Helen, of the Hutch, Riverside Villas, Teddington, b. 15 Nov 1837 at 93 St. Martin’s Lane, bapt Nov 1841 at Willesden, m. 11 Feb 1862 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, her second cousin, George Henry Harding Weale, a Civil Servant at the War Office, third son of Robert Weale, Assistant Commissioner of Poor Laws, of Bedford and his wife Kate (née Morey). See Weale Family History. He was bapt 18 Feb 1836 at Midhurst, educ Christ Church, Oxford and d. 10 Jul 1876 at the Hutch and she lived later at The Laurels, Teddington and d. 4 Apr 1913 at Buckhurst, 14 Gloucester Road, Teddington having had issue:
a. Arthur George Morey, partner in the firm of Cornes & Co., Japan 1897-1911, of Impington Hall, Cambridgeshire and Echo Pit Lodge, Warwick’s Bench, Guildford, b. 8 Nov 1865 in The Vale, Twickenham, bapt 24 Dec 1865 at Old Church, Teddington, d. 22 Sep 1940 in Guildford (Will dated 21 Dec 1931 and proved 8 Jan 1941) having had issue, probably by Eizuka Masa of 1496 Nakamura, Yokohama, Japan:
1. Eric Cuthbert Sydney, M.A., Squadron Leader, of 8 Aldeburgh Close, Emmer Green, Reading, b. 9 Jul 1904, educ Rugby, Pembroke College, Cambridge, m. Blanche Falzon (née Sant Manduca), M.B.E., of Malta, formerly wife of Alexander Chancellor. She d. 16 Dec 1986 and he d. 15 Dec 1989 having had issue: 2 sons and 1 dau.
b. Hubert Dunstan, bank manager, of Alameda, Santos 81, São Paulo, Brazil, b. 19 May 1867 in The Vale, Twickenham, m. 1 Jul 1897 at Nevin, Carnarvon, Wales, Jeannie Smith Tennant Thompson Park, dau of William Williams, master mariner, and d. 1941 at São Paulo having had issue:
1. Frederick Hubert Archibald, 2nd Lieutenant, 57th Squadron, R.A.F., b. 1899 at Campinas, São Paulo, missing in action, presumed killed, in France on 2 Oct 1918 and was buried in Marcoing Cemetery.
1. Dorothy T., m. 1935, John S. Norris.
c. Gerald Francis Harding, of South Africa, living in 1934, b. 4 Sep 1871 in The Vale, Twickenham, m. Florence – and had issue:
a. Ethel Helen Beatrix, ‘Sister Josephine’, of The Convent of The Holy Cross, Haywards Heath, Sussex, b. 26 Jan 1863 in Twickenham, d. unmarried 21 Dec 1921 (Will dated 22 Apr 1918 and proved 22 Apr 1922) at Haywards Heath.
b. Katherine Elizabeth (Mary Theresa), of Rivermead, Hampton Wick and later of Reigate, Surrey, b. 1 Apr 1864 in Twickenham, m. 17 Aug 1910 at Teddington, her first cousin, Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Cornes, D.S.O., Royal Artillery, youngest son of Frederick Cornes and his wife Henrietta Alice, sixth dau of John Pannett Bull of Arlington House, Turnham Green (see below). She d.s.p. 28 Feb 1941 and he d. 26 Apr 1958 and they were both buried at St. Mary’s, Reigate.
c. Margaret Hilda, b. 11 Jan 1869, d. 11 Mar 1871.
d. Constance Mary Harding, of Turks Place, Hartley, Cranbrook, Kent, m. 25 Apr 1896 at St. Alban’s, Teddington, James Crosland Mallam, Headmaster of Rossall and Uppingham, son of Rev Benjamin Mallam, Rector of Poole Keynes, Dorset. He d. 19 Jan 1946 having had issue:
1. Philip Crosland, b. 1897, d. 1899.
2. Kenneth Morey Crosland, Lieutenant Colonel, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), b. 1 Sep 1903, educ Malvern, m. 1937 at Alton, Hampshire, Madge E. Steele.
3. Wilfred Evelyn Crosland, b. 19 Jan 1907, educ Cheltenham, m. 1935, Margery Muriel Gater. He d. 4 Aug 1994 and she d. 9 Oct 1999 having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.
4. Dennis Crosland, O.B.E., M.A., Intelligence Corps, barrister-at-law, b. 14 Jan 1911, educ Malvern.
1. Audrey Sheila, b. 23 Mar 1900, m. 15 Nov 1920 at Hayes, Kent, Reginald Wilfred Godfrey, Indian Police, late R.F.C., son of J.W. Godfrey of Barkingside.
4. Mary Jane, of 5 Molyneux Park, Tunbridge Wells, b. 5 Oct 1841 at Fortune Field, Willesden, m. 15 Aug 1866 at St. John’s, Paddington, Edwin Henry How, tea merchant, youngest son of Thomas How, tea dealer, of Turnham Green and his wife Georgiana Ann (née Sadler). He d. 14 Jan 1921 and she d. 8 Oct 1928 at Tunbridge Wells having had issue:
a. Arthur Pemberton, Colonel, Madras Staff Corps, b. 15 Apr 1868, bapt Cobham, Surrey, m. 3 Oct 1903 at St. George’s, Hanover Square, Daisy Beatrice, dau of Munro Ross of 21 Rue Galilee, Paris and d. 30 Jan 1924 having had issue:
1. Geoffrey Mont Pemberton, cinema manager and publican, of Oxford.
b. Sydney, of Peddars Way, Hogs Back, Guildford, b. 8 Jul 1881 at Cobham, Surrey, m. 18 Apr 1901 at Hucclecote, Gloucestershire, Constance, dau of Rev Charles Chapman Murray Browne, Rector of Hucclecote. He d. 13 Feb 1949 and she d. 11 Mar 1959 and was buried at Compton, Surrey having had issue:
1. Charles Sydney, schoolmaster, b. 1902, m. Dorothy Denny and had issue.
2. Rev John Douglas, M.A., of 64 Parkland, Wootton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, Rector of All Saints’, Port of Spain, Trinidad 1952-67, Priest-in-Charge of St. Lawrence, Barbados 1967-74, b. 14 Oct 1905, m. Ethel Trench and d.s.p. 19 Jun 1984.
3. Mervyn Henry, company director, b. 1910, m. Margaret Ivans and had issue.
4. Richard Granville, b. 1915, m. Margaret Maling and had issue.
1. Dorothy Mary, b. 8 May 1908, m. Richard Bond. He d. 1979 and she d.s.p. 1983.
c. Douglas, rancher, who d. 2 Aug 1943 at Hove having had issue:
1. John Douglas Edmund, Pilot Officer, R.A.F.V.R., 42nd Squadron, R.A.F., of 14 Buckingham Place, Brighton, killed in action on 13 Aug 1941.
1. Elizabeth Mary.
d. Walter Henry, d. at Dulverton, Devon.
a. Evelyn Mary, b. 26 Dec 1870 at Cobham, d. unmarried.
5. Emily Augusta Vignier, of 72 Alumhurst Road, Bournemouth, b. 29 Sep 1844 at Arlington House, m. 5 Jul 1864 at St. John’s, Paddington, John Collin Newbery of Ottery St. Mary, Devon, who d. 18 Apr 1923 having had issue:
a. Charles Barry, b. 29 Jun 1865 at The Manor House, Ottery St. Mary, d. 16 Aug 1866.
b. Collin Guy, Major, The Royal Irish Regiment, b. 23 Jan 1867 at The Manor House, Ottery St. Mary, d.s.p. 8 Mar 1956 at Bournemouth.
c. Gilbert Leonard, V.D., 2nd Lieutenant, Army Service Corps, b. 15 Nov 1869 at The Manor House, Ottery St. Mary, killed in action in Belgium on 12 Nov 1917 and was buried in the Menin South Military Cemetery.
d. Ernest, b. 27 Jul 1871 at The Manor House, Ottery St. Mary.
e. Lawrence Paul, of 45 De Parys Avenue, Bedford, b. 1875, d.s.p. 25 Dec 1945.
f. John Bull, sheep farmer, of New South Wales, Australia, living in 1947, who had issue.
a. Mabel Alice, b. 13 May 1868 at The Manor House, Ottery St. Mary, d. unmarried 10 Jun 1945 at Bedford.
6. Henrietta Alice, of Rivermead, Hampton Wick, b. 25 Sep 1846, bapt Oct 1846 at Christ Church, Turnham Green, m. 7 Apr 1870 at St. John’s, Southwick Crescent, Hyde Park, Frederick Cornes, founder of Cornes & Co., Japan, b. 24 Mar 1837 at Macclesfield, son of John Cornes and his wife Ellen (née Wilshaw). He d. 7 Sep 1927 and she d. 24 May 1928 having had issue:
a. Herbert Frederick, barrister-at-law, Manager, Cornes & Co. 1889-99, of Gladwyns, Totteridge Lane, Totteridge, Hertfordshire, b. 30 Jan 1871, d. unmarried 2 May 1945.
b. Archibald John, partner in the firm of Cornes & Co., Japan 1901-49, b. 11 Feb 1873, m. 7 Oct 1907 at Biarritz, Marie Davidson, dau of Lieutenant Colonel Augustus Bolle de Lasalle and d. 8 Dec 1969 having had issue:
1. Robert Cecil John, b. 18 Nov 1909 at Yokohama, m. 1946, Margaret Annabelle Ridge and has issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.
c. Julian, J.P., M.A., District and Sessions Judge in Bengal 1897-1919, partner in the firm of Cornes & Co., Japan 1921-49, of Layston House, Buntingford, Hertfordshire, b. 1 Feb 1874 at Teddington, educ Clifton, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, m. 25 Feb 1909 at St. Philip’s, Earls Court, Lilian Amy, youngest dau of William Julius Marshall, barrister-at-law, Colonel, West Suffolk Militia, of Gidea Hall, Romford, Essex. He d. 15 Mar 1953 at Buntingford and she d. 13 Sep 1975 at Winchester having had issue:
1. John Frederick (twin) (obituary), M.A., Colonial Service, Nigeria, Palestine, Headmaster, West Downs Preparatory School, Winchester 1954-88, b. 23 Mar 1910 at Darjeeling, educ Clifton, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, represented Great Britain in the 1,500m at the Olympic Games in 1932 (silver) and 1936, m. 12 Jun 1937 at Frant, Sussex, Rachael Forrester, dau of Sir Charles Stewart Addis, K.C.M.G., President, Institute of Bankers 1921-23, Director, Bank of England 1918-32, and his wife Eba, dau of James McIsaac and d. 19 Jun 2001 having had issue: 4 sons.
2. Noel Julian, Temporary Acting Lieutenant, R.N.V.R., Cornes & Co., of Half-Way Tree, Kingston, Jamaica, b. 22 Dec 1912 at Midnapur, educ Clifton, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, m. 12 Oct 1935 at Brentford, Augusta Mildred, dau of William Albany, professional sculler. He was killed in action without issue on 9 Jul 1942 while serving on H.M.S. Tern.
1. Elizabeth Helena (twin), b. 23 Mar 1910 at Darjeeling, m. 1935, Brigadier Michael Henry Hamilton Baily, D.S.O., The Guides, son of Algernon Christian Baily, author, and has issue: 2 sons.
2. Stella Maude Ellen, b. 12 Jul 1917 at Lastingham, Yorkshire, m. 14 Sep 1942 in London, Nachman, son of Simcha Ambache, an engineer, who made his home in Egypt. His sisters married Chaim Herzog, President of Israel 1983-93, and Abba Eban, Israeli Foreign Minister 1966-74. They had issue: 2 sons and 1 dau.
d. Hugh, D.S.O., Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery, b. 23 Oct 1879 at Teddington, educ Clifton, served in South Africa 1900, served in France 1914-18 (D.S.O. 1915), m. 17 Aug 1910 at Teddington, his first cousin, Katherine Elizabeth Weale (see above). She d.s.p. 28 Feb 1941 and he d. 26 Apr 1958.
a. Edith, b. 17 Jul 1878, d. 8 Jul 1895 at Hampton Wick.
b. Alice Beatrice, of Henfold, Beare Green, Dorking, Surrey, b. 7 Jan 1884, m. 15 Jun 1905 at St. John’s, Hampton Wick, Harold Moltke Trouncer, M.A., F.I.A. (obituary), Managing Director, The London Life Association Ltd., youngest son of John Henry Trouncer, M.D., of Surbiton. See Who was Who. He d. 23 Jun 1948 and she d. 4 Apr 1970 having had issue:
1. Thomas Dowell, B.A. (obituary), solicitor, Flying Officer, R.A.F.V.R., of 12 Stanley Gardens, Notting Hill, b. 16 Aug 1906, m. Margaret Duncan Lahey, d. 16 Oct 1940 on war service and was buried in Kensal Green Roman Catholic Cemetery having had issue: 1 dau.
2. Harold Owen, stockbroker, of Priory Farm, Waverley, Farnham, Surrey, b. 17 May 1908, m. 1938, Maisie Barr and d. 11 Feb 1973 in Rhodesia having had issue: 3 sons and 1 dau.
1. Molly, b. 20 Apr 1910, m. 1stly Nov 1944, Brigadier Henry Cuthbert Partridge, D.S.O., Royal Fusiliers, of Brookfield, Woolavington, Somerset, son of Noel Essex Partridge and Eva Lilian (née Cuthbert). He d.s.p. 23 Jan 1945 in an aircraft accident in Italy. She m. 2ndly 19 Apr 1947, Rear Admiral Philip Whitworth Burnett, C.B., D.S.O., D.S.C., R.N., son of Henry Ridley Burnett and has issue: 1 son and 2 daus.
2. Ruth, b. 16 Apr 1914, d. 15 Jan 1915.
3. Elizabeth, b. 31 Aug 1918, m. 19 Feb 1948, David Stuart Duncan and has issue: 1 dau.
4. Joan, b. 3 Dec 1920, m. Sep 1952, Francis Kirk and has issue: 3 sons and 1 dau.