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Saint Leonards, Baron (UK, 1852 - 1985)

 

Creation: let.pat. 1 Mar 1852

 

Extinct: 1 Jun 1985

 

Family name: Sugden

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Arms:

Azure on a Fess Or between in chief two Maidens' Heads couped at the shoulders proper and in base a Leopard's Head erased of the second spotted Sable an Annulet Gules

Crest:

A Leopard's Head erased Sable spotted and gorged with a Baron's Coronet Or

Supporters:

On either side a Leopard Or pellety and gorged with a Baron's Coronet of the first lined Azure

Motto:

 Labore Vinces

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Edward Burtenshaw [Sugden], 1st Baron Saint Leonards, PC QC

2nd son of Richard Sugden, of Duke Street, St James's, Westminster, hairdresser, by his wife Charlotte Burtenshaw

born

12 Feb 1781

mar.

23 Dec 1808 Winifred Knapp (d. 19 May 1861), only child of John Knapp

children

1. Frederick Sugden (b. 2 Oct 1809; dvp. Sep 1844)

2. Hon Henry Sugden, barrister, Lincoln's Inn 1837, Registrar of the Irish Court of Chancery (b. 2 Mar 1811; dvp. 20 Dec 1866), mar. 1 Aug 1844 Marianne Cookson (d. 28 Feb 1908), 2nd dau. of Col James Cookson, of Neasham Hall, co. Durham, by his wife Marianne Stevenson, dau. of David Stevenson, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and had issue:

1a. Edward Burtenshaw Sugden, later 2nd Baron Saint Leonards

2a. Hon Henry Frank Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (b. 11 May 1850; d. 31 Dec 1899), mar. 17 Jun 1879 Edith Bowman (b. c. 1858; d. 21 Jan 1955), 1st dau. of Abraham Bowman, of Stangrove, Edenbridge, and had issue:

1b. Henry Burtenshaw Sugden (b. 1 Jul 1881; dvp. 26 Sep 1882)

2b. Frank Edward Sugden, later 3rd Baron Saint Leonards

1b. Edith Marion Elsie Sugden (b. 1 May 1880; dvp. 24 Sep 1882)

2b. Hon Eleanor Kathleen Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1912 (d. 19...), mar. Dec 1911 Maj Francis William Salmond, of Cobbs Hall, Aldington, co. Kent (d. 25 Sep 1930)

3b. Hon Margery Edith Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1912 (d. 19...), mar. 12 Sep 1918 Maj Robert Jocelyn Rowan Waller DSO, son of Edmund William Waller, of Ardtona, Dundrum, and had issue

4b. Hon Ethel Dorothy Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1912 (d. 19...), mar. 15 Nov 1909 Maj Ronald Methven Grigg (d. 11 Feb 1942), 3rd son of H T Grigg, and had issue

3a. Hon Walter James Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (b. 29 Nov 1855; d. 1 Feb 1897), mar. 17 Apr 1880 Lady Elphinstone Agnes Maude (b. 1857; d. 12 Feb 1921), 5th dau. of Cornwallis [Maude], 1st Earl de Montalt, by his wife Clementina Elphinstone-Fleeming, sister and cohrss. of John [Elphinstone-Fleeming], 14th Lord Elphinstone, and 1st dau. of Admiral Hon Charles Elphinstone later Elphinstone-Fleeming MP (by his wife Donna Catalina Paulina Alessandro), 2nd son of John [Elphinstone], 11th Lord Elphinstone, and had issue:

1b. Wilfrid Elphinstone Sugden (b. 1889; d. 9 Mar 1900)

1b. Effie Sugden

2b. Laucha Isabel Sugden, mar. 20 Jun 1922 Richard Bazett

3b. Antonia Mabel Sugden (d. 22 Mar 1947), mar. 1915 Sydney Walter Buckland

4b. Kathleen Frances Sugden, mar. 1 Aug 1911 Guy Ronald Dolphin, 2nd son of Lt Col H E Dolphin, and had issue

5b. Agnes Mary Sugden (d. 10 Dec 1952), mar. 16 Oct 1914 T/Lieut William Frederick Wallis Grove-Hills (b. 30 Sep 1893; dvp. 6 Mar 1917), 1st son and heir ap. of Brig-Gen Edmond Herbert Hills later Grove-Hills CMG CBE, by his wife Juliet Spencer-Bell, yst. dau. of James Spencer-Bell, of Fawe Park, Keswick, and had issue

6b. Beatrice Winifred Sugden

4a. Wilfred Sugden (b. 6 Jun 1861; d. 29 Mar 1869)

1a. Hon Marianne Winifred Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (d. 12 Jan 1920)

2a. Hon Emma Frances Mary Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (d. 1930), mar. 1888 George Reid, of San Josť, California, USA, and had issue

3a. Hon Henrietta Mabel Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (d. 19 Feb 1919)

4a. Hon Alice Maud Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (dsp. 12 Jan 1948), mar. 18 Jun 1890 Rev Henry Waldron Bradley, vicar of Misterton, co. Somerset (d. 7 Jun 1931), 2nd son of Rev Edward Bradley

5a. Hon Blanche Geraldine Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (d. 7 Jun 1934), mar. 22 May 1897 Dr Arthur Law Wade (d. 1901), and had issue

6a. Hon Charlotte Frances Henry Sugden, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Licence 1875 (dsp. 16 Aug 1938), mar. 19 Apr 1893 Rev Richard Hurt Wilmot, Rector of Bishopstone, co. Hereford (b. 1 Mar 1864; dsp. 3 Nov 1941), 3rd son of Edmund Wilmot, of Milford House, co. Derby (by his wife Ann Hurt, yst. dau. of Francis Edward Hurt, of Alderwasley, co. Derby), 6th son by his first wife of Sir Robert Wilmot, 3rd Bt.

3. Rev Hon Frank Sugden (b. 17 May 1817; d. 17 Jan 1886), mar. 4 Jul 1850 Henrietta Maria Saltmarshe (d. 25 Oct 1898), 1st dau. of Philip Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe, co. York, by his wife Harriet Denison, dau. of Robert Denison, of Kilnwick Percy, co. York, and had issue:

1a. Frank Sugden (b. 28 Oct 1852; dsp. 19 Aug 1927), mar. (1) 18 Dec 1894 Edyth Mary Becher (dsp. 27 Jan 1904), dau. of Gen Sir Arthur Becher KCB, and (2) 10 Nov 1909 Alice Eyre (b. 2 Apr 1858; dsp. 7 Aug 1921), 3rd dau. of Rev Charles James Phipps Eyre, Rector of St Marylebone, by his wife and first cousin once removed Mary Hulse Eyre, 2nd dau. by his first wife of George Eyre, of Warrens, co. Wiltshire

2a. Edward Malcolm Sugden (b. 16 Oct 1860; dvp. Nov 1880)

3a. Rev Henry Richard Sugden, Vicar of Benhall, Saxmundham, co. Suffolk (b. 13 Jul 1862; dsp. 4 Jun 1918), mar. 9 May 1899 Honoria Lawrence Wathen (b. 15 Oct 1872; dsp. 22 May 1951), 7th dau. of William Hulbert Wathen, of Cold Blow, Bexley, co. Kent, by his wife Katherine Cadogan Marshall, dau. of Rev Prebendary W Knox Marshall, Rector of Bridgnorth, co. Salop

1a. Ethel Sugden

2a. Katherine Sugden (d. 8 May 1887)

3a. Henrietta Sugden (dvp. 17 Apr 1872)

4. Rev Hon Arthur Sugden, Rector of Newdegate, co. Surrey (b. 17 Oct 1822; d. 26 Oct 1868), mar. 20 Feb 1854 Annie Jane Elton (d. 29 Jan 1912), 2nd dau. of Rev George Elton, and had issue:

1a. Arthur Henry Sugden, Commissioner Chinese Customs Service 1883-1926 (b. 17 Dec 1863; d. 1947), mar. 17 Nov 1888 Edith Lilian Bush (d. 15 Jan 1936), 1st dau. of Henry E Bush, of China, and had issue:

1b. Arthur Herbert Sugden (b. 13 Oct 1889 ; d. 9 May 1958), mar. 1949 Julia Sheila Wyatt, dau. of Philip Wyatt, of Curragh, co. Kildare, and had legit. issue:

1c. John Gerard Sugden, later 4th Baron Saint Leonards

2b. Maj Edward Charles Sugden (b. 24 Jul 1902; d. 19...)

1b. Edith Eleanor Winifred Sugden

1. Hon Laura Sugden (d. 1 Aug 1887), mar. 28 Aug 1829 William Thomas Jemmett, Recorder of Kingston-upon-Thames (d. 17 May 1875), and had issue

2. Hon Juliet Sugden (d. 31 Oct 1888), mar. (1) 1 Feb 1832 Kennett Dixon, and (2) 1858 Capt Henry Lowe, and had issue

3. Hon Charlotte Sugden (b. c. 1810; d. 7 Jul 1895)

4. Hon Sophia Sugden (d. 27 Apr 1872), mar. 30 Sep 1852 Maj Gen Frederick Darby Cleaveland (d. 1875), and had issue

5. Hon Harriet Sugden (d. 1888), mar. 10 May 1845 Rev Robert Mann, Rector of Long Whatton, co. Leicester (d. 1891), and had issue

6. Hon Caroline Sugden (d. 27 Dec 1909), mar. 11 Aug 1852 Lt Gen John Turner CB (d. 9 Apr 1886), and had issue

7. Hon Augusta Sugden (d. 29 Dec 1903), mar. 14 Aug 1845 John Reilly, of St Bridget's, co. Dublin (d. 1 Jul 1875), and had issue

died

29 Jan 1875

created

1 Mar 1852 Baron Saint Leonards, of Slaugham in the County of Sussex

suc. by

grandson

note

barrister, Lincoln's Inn 1807; bencher, Lincoln's Inn 1822; Member of Parliament (Tory) for Weymouth 1828-31, for St Mawes 1831-32 and for Ripon 1837-41; knighted 1829; Solicitor-General 1829-30; Privy Councillor [GB] 1834 and [I] 1835; Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1835 and 1841-46; Lord Chancellor of Great Britain 1852; High Steward of Kingston-upon-Thames

 

Edward Burtenshaw [Sugden], 2nd Baron Saint Leonards

born

12 Aug 1847

mar.

5 Dec 1876 (sep. 1883) Marianne Caroline Dashwood (b. 18 Jul 1856; d. 12 Nov 1947), 2nd but only surv. dau. of Capt George Astley Charles Dashwood (by his wife Hon Harriet Anne Bateman-Hanbury, 1st dau. of William [Hanbury later Bateman-Hanbury], 1st Baron Bateman), 2nd son of Sir George Dashwood, 4th Bt., of Kirtlington Park, co. Oxford

only child

1. Hon Hilda Harriet Marianne Sugden (b. 20 Aug 1878; dsp. 15 Jan 1952), mar. 16 Oct 1902 Lt Col William Drury Drury-Lowe DSO, of Locko Park, co. Derby (dsp. 25 Sep 1916)

died

s.p.m. 18 Mar 1908

suc. by

nephew

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Frank Edward [Sugden], 3rd Baron Saint Leonards

born

11 Nov 1890

died

18 Jul 1972

suc. by

first cousin once removed

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John Gerard [Sugden], 4th Baron Saint Leonards

born

3 Feb 1950

died

1 Jun 1985

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On the death of the 4th Baron Saint Leonards the Barony of Saint Leonards became extinct.

 

 First written 27 Jun 2004

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