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Addington, Baron (UK, 1887)

 

Creation: let. pat. 22 Jul 1887

 

Family name: Hubbard

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Arms:

Vert a Chevron engrailed plain cotised Argent between three Eagles' Heads erased of the second each gorged with a Collar fleurettée Gules

Crest:

In front of a Fasces fesswise proper an Eagle's Head as in the Arms

Supporters:

On either side an Eagle Argent wings addorsed gorged with a Collar fleurettée Gules and pendent therefrom an Escutcheon Ermine charged with a Rose Gules

Motto:

Alta Petens (Seeking things above)

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John Gellibrand [Hubbard], 1st Baron Addington, PC

1st son and heir of John Hubbard, of Stratford Grove, co. Essex, by his wife Marianne Morgan, dau. of John Morgan, of Bramfield Place, co. Hertford

born

21 Mar 1805

mar.

19 Mar 1837 Hon Maria Margaret Napier (b. 18 Mar 1817; d. 18 Apr 1896), 1st dau. of William John [Napier], 9th Lord Napier of Merchistoun, by his wife Eliza Cochrane-Johnstone, only dau. and hrss. of Col Hon Andrew James Cochrane later Cochrane-Johnstone (by his first wife Lady Georgiana Hope-Johnstone, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of James [Hope later Hope-Johnstone], 3rd Earl of Hopetoun), 8th son by his second wife of Thomas [Cochrane], 8th Earl of Dundonald

children

1. Hon Egerton Hubbard, later 2nd Baron Addington

2. Francis Edward Hubbard, a Naval officer (b. 11 Feb 1844; dvp. 25 Dec 1871)

3. Lt Col Hon Cecil John Hubbard JP, of Kingsbridge, Steeple Claydon, co. Buckingham (b. 6 Sep 1846; d. 10 Mar 1926), mar. 15 Apr 1872 Helen Jane Ritchie (d. 27 Apr 1909), dau. of Arthur Macdonald Ritchie, and had issue:

1a. Lt Col John Francis Hubbard OBE, Military Governor of Palestine (b. 5 Jun 1880; d. 3 Jun 1953), mar. (1) 16 Jan 1914 (div. 1925) Gertrude Kathleen Frances Wilson (d. in a car crash 8 Jun 1960), dau. of Maj Cyril Wilson, and (2) 28 May 1925 (div. 1929) Barbara Taylor, dau. of Capt James Spottiswoode Taylor USN, and had issue by his second wife:

1b. Nicolette Hubbard (b. 5 May 1926), mar. 5 Sep 1953 Richard Joseph Pike (d. 1992), yst. son of Hubert Pike, and has issue

Lt Col John Hubbard mar. (3) 2 Jan 1930 Betty Riversdale West, dau. of Horace West, Clerk of the House of Commons, and had issue:

1b. James Hubbard, later 5th Baron Addington

2b. Peter Hubbard (b. 6 Oct 1932)

1a. Muriel Hubbard (d. 19 Jun 1947)

2a. Cicely Helen Hubbard (dvp. 1886)

3a. Hilda Mary Hubbard JP (b. 27 May 1884; d. 19...)

4a. Irene Margaret Hubbard (b. 21 Oct 1892; d. 19...)

4. Hon Arthur Gellibrand Hubbard, Secretary of Native Affairs Cape Colony, Accountant to Basutoland Government (b. 6 Feb 1848; d. 7 Mar 1896), mar. 29 Jun 1881 Amy d'Esterée Huntly (d. 20 Nov 1930), dau. of Charles Hugh Huntly CMG, Civil Commissioner and Resident Magistrate, Albany, South Africa, and had issue

5. Hon Evelyn Hubbard, Director of the Bank of England 1890-1909, Member of Parliament for Lambeth 1896-1900, Chairman Guardian Assurance 1900-30 (b. 18 Mar 1852; d. 24 Aug 1934), mar. 25 Aug 1881 his brother's sister-in-law Eveline Maude Portal (d. 29 Oct 1945), 4th dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, 1st Bt., of Malshanger House, co. Hampshire, by his wife Mary Jane Beach, 1st dau. of William Hicks Beach later Beach, of Oakley Hall, co. Hampshire, and had issue

1. Hon Alice Eliza Hubbard (b. 2 Dec 1841; d. 20 Apr 1931)

2. Hon Lucy Marian Hubbard, a Sister of Mercy (b. 19 May 1845; d. 20 Nov 1893)

3. Hon Rose Ellen Hubbard (b. 13 Jan 1851; d. 18 Aug 1933)

4. Hon Clemency Hubbard (b. 20 Oct 1856; d. 23 Feb 1940), mar. 4 Sep 1888 Maj Gen Sir George Barker KCB (d. 5 Mar 1930), son of Col George Barker HEICS, and had issue

died

28 Aug 1889

created

22 Jul 1887 Baron Addington, of Addington in the County of Buckingham

suc. by

son

note

Head of the firm of "J Hubbard & Co", Russian Merchants, St Helen's Place, London; a director and Governor of the Bank of England; Chairman of the Public Works and Exchequer Loan Committees 1853-75; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Buckingham 1858-68 and for London 1874-87; Privy Councillor 1874

 

Egerton [Hubbard], 2nd Baron Addington

born

29 Dec 1842

mar.

3 Jun 1880 Mary Adelaide Portal (b. 20 Mar 1856; d. 3 Dec 1933), 3rd dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, 1st Bt., of Malshanger House, co. Hampshire, by his wife Mary Jane Beach, 1st dau. of William Hicks Beach later Beach, of Oakley Hall, co. Hampshire

children

1. Hon John Gellibrand Hubbard, later 3rd Baron Addington

2. Hon Raymond Egerton Hubbard, later 4th Baron Addington

3. Hon Francis Spencer Hubbard, served in World War I 1914-18 as Lieut Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, Member of Buckingham Town Council 1936-45 (b. 1 Jul 1888; d. 11 Jul 1963)

1. Hon Winifred Mary Hubbard MBE (b. 6 Sep 1881; d. 1 Jan 1968), mar. 10 Aug 1909 Capt Berkeley Cole Wilmot Williams DL (d. 10 Jan 1938), and had issue

2. Hon Ruth Mary Hubbard JP, Mayoress of Buckingham 1932-34, 1943-46 and 1951-52 (b. 30 Oct 1896; d. 23 Aug 1955)

died

14 Jun 1915

suc. by

son

note

partner in his father's firm in London and in that of "Egerton Hubbard & Co" in St Petersburg, Russia; Member of Parliament for Buckingham 1874-80 and for North Buckinghamshire 1886-89

 

John Gellibrand [Hubbard], 3rd Baron Addington, OBE

born

7 Jun 1883

died

20 Jun 1966

suc. by

brother

note

served in World War I 1914-18 as Major, Buckinghamshire Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry; High Steward of Buckingham; Member, Buckinghamshire County Council 1929; Mayor of Buckingham 1932-34, 1943-46 and 1951-52; Alderman, Buckinghamshire County Council 1952

 

Raymond Egerton [Hubbard], 4th Baron Addington

born

11 Nov 1884

mar.

11 Nov 1926 Margaret Favre Gibson (widow of Edward Marriott Gibson;  d. 16 Jan 1963), dau. of William MacCallum

died

s.p. 17 Aug 1971

suc. by

second cousin

 

James [Hubbard], 5th Baron Addington

born

3 Nov 1930

mar.

7 Oct 1961 (div. 1974) Alexandra Patricia Millar, 2nd dau. of Norman Ford Millar, of The Angel Hotel, Halesworth, co. Suffolk, and formerly of Glasgow and Burma

children

1. Hon Dominic Bryce Hubbard, later 6th Baron Addington

2. Hon Michael Walter Leslie Hubbard, heir presumptive to the Barony of Addington (b. 6 Jul 1965)

1. Hon Frances Linden Hubbard (b. 26 Jul 1962)

2. Hon Sally-Anne Hubbard (b. 19 Oct 1966)

died

26 Jun 1982

suc. by

son

note

served with the British South Africa Police in Southern Rhodesia 1955-58

 

Dominic Bryce [Hubbard], 6th Baron Addington

born

24 Aug 1963

note

elected to the House of Lords 1999; Vice President, British Dyslexia Association

 

The heir presumptive to the Barony of Addington is Hon Michael Walter Leslie Hubbard, second son of the 5th Baron Addington and brother of the present Baron.

 

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Title:

6th Baron Addington, of Addington in the County of Buckingham

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 22 Jul 1887)

 

Address:

9/11 Chalk Hill Road, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich NR1 1SL

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