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Coleridge, Baron (UK, 1874)

 

Creation: let. pat. 10 Jan 1874

 

Family name: Coleridge

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Arms:

Argent on a Mount Vert in base an Otter proper on a Chief Gules a Dove of the first between two Crosses patty fitchy Or

Crest:

On a Mount Vert therefrom issuing Ears of Wheat proper in front of a Cross Gules an Otter also proper

Supporters:

Dexter:  an Otter proper;  Sinister:  a Lion Sable, each gorged with a Garland of Roses Gules leaved Vert

Motto:

Qualis Vita Finis Ita (As life so the end)

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John Duke [Coleridge], 1st Baron Coleridge, QC PC

1st son of Rt Hon Sir John Taylor Coleridge, of Heath's Court, Ottery St Mary, co. Devon, Justice of the Court of the King's Bench, by his wife Mary Buchanan, dau. of Rev Gilbert Buchanan DD, Vicar of Woodmansterne, co. Surrey

born

3 Dec 1820

mar. (1)

11 Aug 1846 Jane Fortescue Seymour (d. 6 Feb 1878), 3rd dau. of Rev George Turner Seymour, of Farringford Hill, Freshwater, Isle of Wight

children by first wife

1. Hon Bernard John Seymour Coleridge, later 2nd Baron Coleridge

2. Hon Stephen William Buchanan Coleridge, barrister-at-law (b. 1854; d. 10 Apr 1936), mar. (1) 5 Apr 1879 Geraldine Beatrice Lushington (d. 10 May 1910), dau. and cohrss. of Charles Manner Lushington, of Norton Court, co. Kent, by his wife Henrietta Northcote, sister of Stafford Henry [Northcote], 1st Earl of Iddesleigh, and 1st dau. of Henry Stafford Northcote (by his wife Agnes Mary Cockburn, only dau. of Thomas Cockburn HEICS), 1st son and heir of Sir Stafford Henry Northcote, 7th Bt., and (2) 8 Jul 1911 Susan Stewart (d. 18 Apr 1960), 2nd dau. of Allan Duncan Stewart, of Inverhadden and Bun Rannoch, co. Perth, and had issue by his first wife

3. Hon Gilbert James Duke Coleridge JP, barrister-at-law, Assistant Master in Crown Office Department of the Supreme Court 1892-1921 (b. 15 Feb 1859; d. 6 Nov 1953), mar. (1) Annie Marion Darroch (d. 1 Dec 1917), only dau. of Duncan Darroch of Gourock and of Torridon, by his wife Ann Rickman, dau. of Samuel Philip Rickman, of Tottenham, co. Middlesex, and (2) 30 Apr 1921 Marguerite Winifred Pierpoint Mitchell (d. 14 Jul 1964), only dau. of Pierpoint Mitchell, of Gatewats, Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, and had issue by his first wife

1. Hon Mildred Mary Coleridge (d. 14 Jan 1929), mar. 24 Jun 1885 Charles Warren Adams (d. 31 Jul 1903)

mar. (2)

13 Aug 1885 Amy Augusta Jackson Lawford (d. 27 May 1933), dau. of Henry Baring Lawford, of the Bengal Civil Service

died

14 Jun 1894

created

10 Jan 1874 Baron Coleridge, of Ottery St Mary in the County of Devon

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Barrister-at-law, Middle Temple 1846; Recorder of Portsmouth 1855-66; Queen's Counsel 1861; Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Exeter 1865-73; Solicitor-General 1868-71;  Attorney-General 1871-73;  Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1873-80;  FRS 1877; Lord Chief Justice of England 1880-94

 

Bernard John Seymour [Coleridge], 2nd Baron Coleridge, JP QC

born

19 Aug 1851

mar.

3 Aug 1876 Mary Alethea Mackarness (d. 2 Apr 1940), 1st dau. of Rt Rev John Fielder Mackarness DD, Bishop of Oxford

children

1. Hon Geoffrey Duke Coleridge, later 3rd Baron Coleridge

1. Hon Audrey Jane Coleridge (b. 4 Oct 1878; dvp. unm. 22 Aug 1922)

2. Hon Phyllis Mary Coleridge (b. 11 May 1883; d. unm. 26 Dec 1950)

died

4 Sep 1927

suc. by

son

note

Barrister-at-law 1877; Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Sheffield Attercliffe 1885-94; QC 1892; Bencher, Middle Temple 1894; High Court Judge 1907-23; Treasurer, Middle Temple 1918

 

Geoffrey Duke [Coleridge], 3rd Baron Coleridge, JP

born

23 Jul 1877

mar.

14 Sep 1904 Jessie Alethea Mackarness (d. 25 Apr 1957), yst. dau. of George Evelyn Mackarness, of Lahard, co. Cavan

children

1. Hon Richard Duke Coleridge, later 4th Baron Coleridge

2. Hon John Seymour Duike Coleridge (b. 1 Oct 1908;  d. .....), mar. 8 Sep 1934 Dora Lovelace Carter, dau. of George Coplestone Carter

3. Hon (Ronald) James Duke Coleridge (b. 12 Jun 1911; d. 1972), mar. 9 Jan 1937 Ursula Mary Long (d. 1987), only child of Rev William Turner Long, of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, and had issue

died

27 Mar 1955

suc. by

son

 

Richard Duke [Coleridge], 4th Baron Coleridge, KBE DL

born

24 Sep 1905

mar.

28 Aug 1936 (Cecilia) Rosamund Fisher (d. 1991), 1st dau. of Adm Sir William Wordsworth Fisher GCB GCVO RN

children

1. Hon William Duke Coleridge, later 5th Baron Coleridge

2. Brig Hon Samuel John Taylor Coleridge (b. 5 Feb 1942), mar. 25 Apr 1973 Patricia Susan Edwards, 2nd dau. of John Basil Edwards CBE, of Cradley, co. Worcester, and has issue

died

20 May 1984

suc. by

son

 

William Duke [Coleridge], 5th Baron Coleridge

born

18 Jun 1937

mar. (1)

17 Feb 1962 (div. 1977) Everild Tania Judy Hamborough, only child of Lt Col Beauchamp Hamborough OBE, of Wispers Farm, Nairobi, Kenya

children by first wife

1. Hon James Duke Coleridge (b. 5 Jun 1967)

1. Hon Tania Rosamund Coleridge (b. 22 Jan 1966)

2. Hon Sophia Tasmin Coleridge (b. 9 Nov 1970), mar. 2 Sep 2000 Julian Stevenson

mar. (2)

1977 Pamela Baker (d. 12 Aug 2018), dau. of Cmdr George William Baker CBE VRD

children by second wife

3. Hon Vanessa Leyla Coleridge (b. 1978)

4. Hon Katharine Suzannah Coleridge (b. 1981)

 

 Last updated 25 Jun 2019

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Title:

5th Baron Coleridge, of Ottery St Mary in the County of Devon

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 10 Jan 1874)

 

Address:

The Chanter's House, Ottery St Mary, Devon EX11 1DQ

Tel:  01404 812417

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