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Hannen, Baron (UK, 1891 - 1894)

 

Creation: let.pat. 28 Jan 1891

 

Extinct: 29 Mar 1894

 

Family name: Hannen

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Arms:

Sable a Demi-Lion between three Portcullises all within a Bordure Or

Crest:

A Demi-Lion Sable gorged with a Collar therefrom pendent from a Chain an Escutcheon Or charged with a Portcullis Sable

Motto:

 His truth shall be thy shield

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James [Hannen], Baron Hannen

1st son and heir of James Hannen, of London, merchant, and of Kingswood Lodge, Dulwich, co. Surrey

born

1821

mar.

4 Feb 1847 Mary Elizabeth Winsland (d. 1 Dec 1872), 2nd dau. of Nicholas Winsland, of Montagu Street, St George's, Bloomsbury

children

1. Hon James Chitty Hannen, barrister, Registrar of Probate and Divorce Court (b. 1851; d. 4 Apr 1903), mar. 8 Apr 1876 Lucy Schaeffer, dau. of C Schaeffer, and had issue

2. Hon Henry Arthur Hannen, of The Hall, West Farleigh, co. Kent, barrister (b. 1 Mar 1861; d. 19...), mar. 30 Nov 1896 Mabel Gould, dau. of George Gould, and had issue

1. Hon Mary Lucy Hannen

2. Hon Margaret Ellen Hannen

died

29 Mar 1894

created

29 Jan 1891 for life Baron Hannen, of Burdock in the County of Sussex

note

barrister, Middle Temple 1848, Bencher 1878; Junior Counsel to Treasury 1863; Judge of Court of Queen's Bench 1868-72; knighted 1868; Serjeant-at-Law 1868; Privy Councillor 1872; Judge of Courts of Probate and Divorce 1872-75; President of Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division of High Court, 1875-91; a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary 1891-93; President of Parnell Commission 1888; arbitrator in matter of Behring Sea seal fisheries 1892

 

 First written 15 Sep 2004

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