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Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome, Earl (UK, 1914 - 2011)

 

Creation: let. pat. 27 Jul 1914

 

Extinct: 16 Dec 2011

 

Family name: Kitchener

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Arms:

Gules a Chevron Argent surmounted by another Azure between three Bustards proper un the centre chief point a Bezant

Crest:

A Stag's Head erased transfixed through the neck by an Arrow in bend point to the dexter all proper and between the attires a Horseshoe Or

Supporters:

On the dexter side a Camel proper, bridle, trappings and line pendent, reflexed over the back Gules, gorged with a Collar Or, suspended therefrom an Escutcheon paly bendy Azure and Ermine, a Canton of the last, charged with a Portcullis Gold, and on the sinister side a Gnu proper, gorged as the dexter, suspended therefrom an Escutcheon Ermine charged with a Chevron engrailed Vert, thereon four Horse-Shoes, also Gold

Motto:

Thorough

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Lt Col Henry Horatio Kitchener, of Cossington, co. Leicester

3rd son of William Kitchener, of London, by his second wife Emma Cripps, dau. of Rev Thomas Cripps, Rector of Cheadle, by his wife Catherine Buck, dau. of William Buck, of New Grange, co. Lincoln

born

19 Oct 1805

mar. (1)

24 Jul 1845 Frances Anne Chevallier (b. 3 Sep 1926; d. 1864), 3rd dau. of Rev John Chevallier MD, of Aspall Hall, co. Suffolk, Vicar of Cransford, co. Suffolk, and Perpetual Curate of Aspall, co. Suffolk, by his second wife Emily Syer, 3rd dau. of Rev Barrington Blomfield Syer, of Keddington, co. Suffolk

children by first wife

1. Henry Elliott Chevallier Kitchener, later 2nd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

2. Maj Gen Sir Horatio Herbert Kitchener KCB, later 1st Baron Kitchener of Khartoum later 1st Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum later 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

3. Arthur Buck Kitchener (b. 1852; dsp. 24 Feb 1907), mar. 6 Nov 1898 Edith Paterson (d. 13 Jan 1908), 2nd dau. of John Paterson, of Melbourne, Australia

4. Lt Gen Sir Frederick Walter Kitchener KCB, special service in Egypt 1896, served in Afghan War 1878-80, Dongola Expedition 1896, Sudan Expedition 1898, and Boer War 1900-02, commanded 3rd Division 1st Army Corps of India 1903-08, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda 1908-12 (b. 26 May 1858 ; d. 6 Mar 1912), mar. 27 Nov 1884 Caroline Fenton (d. 3 Nov 1901), dau. of Col Charles Hamilton Fenton, and had issue:

1a. Charles Chevallier Kitchener (b. 27 Feb 1886; dvp. 21 May 1889)

2a. S/Ldr Henry Hamilton Kitchener RAF (b. 10 Sep 1890; d. 1984), mar. (1) 8 Jul 1916 Winifred Esther Everest Bluck (d. 1959), 1st dau. of Hon A W Bluck MCP, of Hamilton, Bermuda, and (2) 28 Apr 1961 Mrs Gwynneth Champion (d. 1983), and had issue by his first wife:

1b. Winifred Jean Kitchener (b. 3 Dec 1917), mar. 5 Aug 1954 Lieut Peter J Hall RN, of Oakfield House, Spreyton, Crediton, co. Devon, and has issue

2b. Eleanor Elizabeth Madge Kitchener (b. 6 Nov 1920), mar. 1947 Louis Cornhill, of Canberra, ACT, Australia (d. 1971), and has issue

1a. Dorothy Kitchener (b. 10 Nov 1887; dvp. 17 Mar 1889)

2a. Frances Madge Kitchener (b. 1 Aug 1889)

3a. Mary Esm Kitchener (b. 30 Jul 1892; d. 13 Nov 1922), mar. 22 Jun 1915 Ronald Julius Wernher Gervers MC (d. 4 Jun 1960), and had issue

4a. Philippa Chevallier Kitchener (b. 11 Jun 1895), mar. 15 May 1917 Brig Terence Desmond Murray CBE DSO MC (d. 17 Jul 1961), 1st son of Sir John Huber Plunkett Murray LCMG, Lieutenant-Governor of Papua, and has issue

1. Frances Emily Jane Kitchener (d. 10 Feb 1925), mar. 24 Jun 1869 Harry Rainy Parker, of Rothley Temple, co. Leicester (d. 15 Dec 1912), 1st son of Vice-Chancellor Sir James Parker, and had issue

mar. (2)

1866 Mary Emma Green (b. c. 1834; d. 11 Jan 1918)

only child by second wife

2. Henrietta Letitia Emma Kawara Kitchener (b. 1867; d. 7 Oct 1926)

died

14 Aug 1894

 

Horatio Herbert [Kitchener], 1st Baron Kitchener of Khartoum later 1st Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum later 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome, KG KP GCB OM GCSI GCMG GCIE

born

24 Jun 1850

died

5 Jun 1916

created

1 Nov 1898 Baron Kitchener of Khartoum, of Aspall in the County of Suffolk

11 Jul 1902 Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum, of the Vaal in the Colony of the Transvaal and of Aspall in the County of Suffolk, with special remainder, in default of male issue, to his daughters and their male issue, failing whom to his eldest brother, Henry Elliott Chevallier Kitchener, and the heirs male of his body, and in default of such issue, to his youngest brother, Frederick Walter Kitchener, and the heirs male of the body

27 Jul 1914 Baron Denton, of Denton in the County of Kent, Viscount Broome, of Broome in the County of Kent, and Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome, with the same special remainder

suc. by

eldest brother

note

served in the Franco-German War 1870; Lieut, Royal Engineers 1871; on Palestine Survey 1874-78; on Cyprus Survey 1878-79; Vice-Consul in Anatolia 1879-80; Capt 1883; served in the Sudan 1884-85 and 1888-89; Brevet Major 1884 and Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General, Egypt 1884-85; CMG 1886; Governor of the Red Sea Littoral 1886-88; Brevet Col 1888; ADC to Queen Victoria 1888-96; CB 1889; Sirdar of the Egyptian Army 1892-99; KCMG 1894; Maj General 1896; in command of the Dongola Expedition 1896; KCB 1896; in command of the Nile Expedition 1897 and 1898; GCB 1898; Lieut General 1899; Chief of Staff in South Africa 1899-1900; Commander-in-Chief, South Africa 1900-02; GCMG 1900; General 1902 and Commander-in-Chief in India 1902-09; OM 1902; GCIE 1908; Field Marshal and Commanding in the Mediterranean 1909; High Steward of Ipswich 1909-16; GCSI 1909; KStJ 1910; British Agent and Consul General and Minister Plenipotentiary in Egypt 1911-14; Knight of St Patrick 1911; Lord Rector of Edinburgh University 1914-16; Secretary of State for War 1914-16;  Knight of the Garter 1915; on his death at the sinking by enemy action of HMS Hampshire off the Orkneys the Barony of Kitchener of Khartoum (cr. 1898) became extinct

 

Henry Elliott Chevallier [Kitchener], 2nd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

born

5 Oct 1846

mar.

9 Oct 1877 Eleanor Fanny Lushington (d. 1 Jun 1898), only child of Lt Col Franklin Lushington CB, by his wife Anne Dobree Bainbridge, dau. of Gen Sir Philip Bainbridge KCB

children

1. Capt Hon Henry Franklin Chevallier Kitchener RN, styled Viscount Broome (b. 17 Oct 1878; dvp. 13 Jun 1928), mar. 11 Sep 1916 his second cousin Adela Mary Evelyn Monins (b. 15 Mar 1893), 1st dau. of Maj John Henry Monins, of Ringwould House, Dover, co. Kent (by his wife Edith Julia Cobbold, 1st dau. of John Patteson Cobbold MP), only son of Rev Richard Eaton Monins, Rector of Great and Little Glemham, co. Suffolk, by his wife Emily Chevallier, 2nd dau. by his second wife of Rev John Chevallier MD, of Aspall Hall, co. Suffolk, Vicar of Cransford, co. Suffolk, and Perpetual Curate of Aspall, co. Suffolk, and had issue:

1a. Henry Herbert Kitchener, later 3rd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

2a. Hon Charles Eaton Kitchener, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of an Earl by Royal Warrant 1938 (b. 11 Mar 1920; d. 30 Jun 1982), mar. 15 Aug 1959 Ursula Hope Luck, dau. of Capt Cyril Montagu Luck CMG DSO RN, of Sussex, and had issue:

1b. Lady Emma Joy Kitchener LVO, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of an Earl by Royal Warrant 2012, Lady-in-Waiting to HRH Princess Michael of Kent (b. 18 Feb 1963), mar. 28 Apr 1990 Julian Alexander [Fellowes later Kitchener-Fellowes], Baron Fellowes of West Stafford (Life Peer), of Stafford House, West Stafford, co. Dorset, actor and screenwriter (b. 17 Aug 1949), 4th son of Peregrine Edward Launcelot Fellowes, of The Court, Chipping Campden, co. Gloucester, by his wife Olwen Mary Stuart-Jones, dau. of James Stuart-Jones CBE, of Larchwood, Welwyn, co. Hampshire, and has issue

1a. Lady Kenya Eleanor Kitchener, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of an Earl by Royal Warrant 1938, chartered physiotherapist (b. 12 Jul 1923), mar. 8 Nov 1947 as his second wife Capt John Stewart Tatton-Brown, of Westergate Wood, Chichester, co. Sussex (b. 16 Aug 1905; d. 1 Feb 1971), 1st son of Eden Tatton-Brown CMG, of Westergate Wood, Chichester, co. Sussex, by his wife Pauline Stewart-Jones, only dau. of Edward Stewart-Jones, of Palmeira Square, Brighton, co. Sussex, and has issue

1. Lady Nora Fanny Kitchener (b. 1882; d. 10 May 1919), mar. 17 Dec 1908 Maj Patrick Albert Forbes Winslow Beckett (d. Jan 1941), 1st surv. son of Arthur William Beckett

died

s.p.s. 27 Mar 1937

suc. by

grandson

 

Henry Herbert [Kitchener], 3rd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

born

24 Feb 1919

died

16 Dec 2011

 

On the death of the 3rd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome the Earldom of Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome became extinct.

 

 Last updated 22 Oct 2013

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