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Saye and Sele, Baron (E, 1603)

 

Creation: let. pat. 9 Aug 1603

 

Family name: Fiennes later Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes

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Arms of William Thomas [Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes], 9th Baron Saye and Sele

The arms are Quarterly of eight: 1st and 8th, sub-quarterly, i and iv, Fiennes; ii, Twisleton, iii, Eardley; 2nd, Saye;

3rd, Wykeham; 4th, Cecil; 5th, Nevill; 6th, Beauchamp; 7th, Eardley

Hatchment - Broughton Church, Oxfordshire

 

Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Azure three Lions rampant Or (Fiennes);  2nd and 3rd, Argent a Chevron between three Moles Sable (Twisleton)

Crests:

1st:  A Wolf sejant proper ducally gorged and chained Or (Fiennes);  2nd:  An Arm embowed and vested Sable cuffed Argent hand proper holding a Mole-Spade Or headed and armed of the second (Twisleton)

Supporters:

On either side a Wolf Dog Argent gorged and chained as the Crest

Motto:

Fortem Posce Animum (Ask for a brave spirit)

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Richard [Fiennes], de jure later de facto 7th and 1st Baron Saye and Sele

1st son and heir of Sir Richard Fiennes, de jure 6th Baron Saye and Sele, by his wife Ursula Fermour, dau. of Richard Fermour, of Easton Neston, co. Northampton, Merchant of the Staple at Calais

born

c.1557

mar. (1)

c.1581 Constance Kingsmill (d. after Apr 1587), 1st dau. of Sir William Kingsmill, of Sidmanton, co. Hampshire, by his wife Bridget Raleigh, only child by his second wife of George Raleigh, of Thornborough, co. Warwick

children by first wife

1. Hon William Fiennes, later 8th and 2nd Baron Saye and Sele later 1st Viscount Saye and Sele

1. Hon Elizabeth Fiennes (dsp.), mar. c. 1614 as his second wife Sir William Villiers, 1st Bt.

2. Hon Anne Fiennes

3. Hon Ursula Fiennes

mar. (2)

Elizabeth Paulet (widow of William Paulet, of Ewalden, co. Somerset;  d. 1632), dau. and cohrss. of Henry Coddingham, Auditor of the Mint

died

c. 6 Feb 1612/3

created

9 Aug 1603 Baron Saye and Sele, with remainder to the heirs of his body

suc. by

son by first wife

note

admitted to Winchester as Founder's Kin 1569; knighted c.1592; Sheriff of Oxfordshire 1594 ; accompanied his cousin the Earl of Lincoln on his embassy to the Landgrave of Hesse 1596; Keeper of Banbury Castle 1603; accompanied the Earl of Hertford on his embassy to the Archduke Albert

 

Editor's Note:

The letters patent dated 9 Aug 1603 recognised and confirmed to Lord Saye and Sele and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten the name, style, title, rank, dignity and honour of Baron of Saye and Sele, and also creating him Baron of Saye and Sele with the same remainder. The patent ended with an order that the grantee or his heirs should not claim or enjoy the precedence of the old Barons Saye and Sele, but should rank next after the Barons now existing. It is accepted that the first Barony of Saye and Sele was created by patent rather than by writ and therefore would have been restricted to the heirs male of the body of the 1st Baron - consequently the clause in the 1603 patent recognising and confirming the first Barony to the heirs general of the 7th Baron are of no effect as the descent of a peerage cannot be changed from that set out in the patent of creation except by an Act of Parliament. On the other hand, the House of Lords in 1781 did accept that the 1603 patent had created a new peerage with the same designation as the old one and descending to the heirs general of the grantee.

 

William [Fiennes], 8th and 2nd Baron Saye and Sele later 1st Viscount Saye and Sele

created

7 Jul 1624 Viscount Saye and Sele

 

The 1446/7 Barony of Saye and Sele was held by the Viscounts Saye and Sele from 7 Jul 1624 until 29 Jul 1781, when on the death of Richard [Fiennes], 6th Viscount Saye and Sele and 13th Baron Saye and Sele without issue, both the Viscountcy and the 1446/7 Barony of Saye and Sele became extinct. Prior to this date, on 15 Mar 1673/4, on the death of James [Fiennes], 2nd Viscount Saye and Sele and 9th and 3rd Baron Saye and Sele, the 1603 Barony of Saye and Sele had fallen into abeyance between his two daughters and co-heiresses:  (1) Hon Elizabeth Fiennes, third wife of Col Sir John Twisleton, 1st Bt., of Barley, co. York, and Horsmans Place, Dartford, co. Kent;  and (2) Hon Frances Fiennes, wife of Andrew Ellis, of Alrey, co. Flint.  On the death without issue of Cicely, only child of Hon Mrs Frances Ellis, on 22 Jul 1715 the right to the title passed to her only surviving cousin:

 

Cecil Twisleton later Mignon, de jure suo jure Baroness Saye and Sele

only child and hrss. of Col Sir John Twisleton, 1st Bt., of Barley Hall, co. York, and Horsmans Place, Dartford, co. Kent, by his third wife Hon Elizabeth Fiennes, 1st dau. and cohrss. of James [Fiennes], 2nd Viscount Saye and Sele and 9th and 3rd Baron Saye and Sele

born

mar. (1)

bef.1670 George Twisleton, of Woodhall, Wormesley, co. York, son of Lt Col George Twisleton, Governor of Denbigh Castle

only child by first husband

1. Fiennes Twisleton, later de jure 5th Baron Saye and Sele

mar. (2)

Robert Mignon

died

1723

suc. by

son by first husband

 

Fiennes Twisleton, de jure 5th Baron Saye and Sele

born

c.1670

mar.

1692 Mary Clarke, dau. of ..... Clarke

only child

1. John Twisleton, later de jure 6th Baron Saye and Sele

died

4 Sep 1730 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

Ensign, Col Oliver Nicholas's Regiment of Foot 1688; Capt 1695; Col of Foot and Adjutant-General to Brig Gen sir John Hill on the expedition to America 1710/1; served in Ireland, Flanders, Spain and America

 

John Twisleton, de jure 6th Baron Saye and Sele

bapt.

16 Jan 1698

mar.

30 Dec 1733 Anne Gardner (d. 14 Jan 1769; bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford), dau. of William Gardner, of Little Bourton, co. Oxford, by his wife Elizabeth .....

children

1. Lt Col John Twisleton (b. c. 1734; dvp. 21 Sep 1762 at the Battle of Brückemühle)

2. Col Thomas Twisleton, later 7th Baron Saye and Sele

3. Capt Francis Twisleton later Thompson (b. 1736; d. 1793), mar. Elizabeth Thompson, of Hull, co. York

died

1763 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

presented an unsuccessful petition to the House of Lords 1733/4 to be allowed the 1603 Barony of Saye and Sele

 

Thomas [Twisleton], de jure later de facto 7th Baron Saye and Sele

born

c.1735

mar.

14 Dec 1767 Elizabeth Turner (bapt. 19 Feb 1740/1; d. 1 Apr 1816; bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford), 1st dau. of Sir Edward Turner, 2nd Bt., of Ambrosden, co. Oxford, by his wife Cassandra Leigh, 1st dau. of William Leigh, of Adlestrop, co. Gloucester

children

1. Hon Gregory Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes, later 8th Baron Saye and Sele

2. Ven Hon Thomas James Twisleton DD, Vicar of Blakesley, co. Northampton, Archdeacon of Colombo, Ceylon (b. 28 Sep 1770; d. 15 Aug 1824), mar. (1) 4 Nov 1788 (sep. 1794; div. 1798) Charlotte Ann Frances , dau. of John Wattell, and had issue:

1a. Charles Twisleton

1a. Julia Eliza Twisleton (d. 28 Mar 1832), mar. 18 Apr 1808 Capt James Brown (d. 17 Nov 1810), and had issue

Ven Hon Thomas James Twisleton mar. (2) 17 Jun 1798 Anne Ashe (d. 1860), dau. and cohrss. of Benjamin Ashe, of Bath, co. Somerset, and had further issue:

2a. Ven Frederick Benjamin Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later 10th Baron Saye and Sele

3a. Rev Hon Charles Samuel Twisleton, Rector of Ashow, co. Warwick, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1848 (b. 4 Jul 1806; dsp. 13 Sep 1890), mar. (1) 26 Sep 1837 Caroline Carr (dsp. 20 Sep 1873), 1st dau. of Ralph Carr, of Tannington, co. Northumberland, and (2) 24 Jan 1878 Dorothea Susan Thicknesse-Touchet (dsp. 21 Nov 1933), 4th dau. of Hon John Nicholas Thicknesse-Touchet (by his wife Elizabeth Montgomery Blennerhasset, dau. of John Henry Blennerhasset, of Tralee, co. Kerry), 2nd son of George John [Thicknesse-Touchet], 20th Baron Audley of Heleigh

4a. Hon Edward Turner Boyd Twisleton, Chief Commissioner of Irish Poor Laws , granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1848 (b. 24 May 1809; dsp. 5 Oct 1874), mar. 19 May 1852 Ellen Dwight (d. 17 May 1862), dau. of Hon Edward Dwight, of Massachusetts, USA

2a. Hon Mary Elizabeth Twisleton, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1848 (d. 17 Dec 1873), mar. (1) 6 Dec 1818 William Gisborne (d. 1 Jan 1839), and (2) Capt R Twynham, and had issue by her first husband

1. Hon Julia Judith Twisleton (d. 8 Feb 1843), mar. 8 Dec 1786 her first cousin once removed James Henry Leigh, of Adlestrop House, co. Gloucester, and Stoneleigh Abbey, co. Warwick (b. 8 Feb 1765; d. 27 Oct 1823), only child of James Leigh, of Adlestrop House, co. Gloucester, by his wife Lady Caroline Brydges, only dau. by his first wife of Henry [Brydges], 2nd Duke of Chandos, and had issue

2. Hon Mary Cassandra Twisleton (b. 11 Jun 1774; d. 20 Jun 1843), mar. (1) 29 Jan 1790 (div. 1799) as his first wife Edward Jervis [Ricketts later Jervis], 2nd Viscount St Vincent, and (2) 30 Jan 1806 Richard Charles Head Graves, and had issue by her first husband

died

1 Jul 1788 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

Ensign in the Scots Guards 1754; Lieut and Capt 1758; present at the Battle of Brückemühle 1762. in which his elder brother was killed; Col 1777; established his claim to the 1603 Barony of Saye and Sele and was sum. to the House of Lords 29 Jun 1781; Col, 9th Regiment of Foot 1782-88; Maj General 1782

 

Gregory William [Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes], 8th Baron Saye and Sele

born

14 Apr 1769

mar.

8 Sep 1794 Hon Maria Marowe Eardley (b. 22 Nov 1767; d. 3 Oct 1834; bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Sampson [Gideon later Eardley], 1st Baron Eardley, by his wife Maria Marowe Wilmot, 1st dau. of Rt Hon Sir John Eardley Wilmot, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1766-71

children

1. Hon William Thomas Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes, later 9th Baron Saye and Sele

1. Hon Maria Elizabeth Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes (bur. sp. and vp. 15 Aug 1826), mar. 31 Aug 1825 George Ernest, Count von Gersdorff, Chamberlain to the King of Prussia

died

13 Nov 1844 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

Ensign, Coldstream Guards 1765; Lieut 1790 and retired 1794; took the name of Fiennes after that of Twisleton by Royal Licence 1825 and shortly after that of Eardley before that of Twisleton-Fiennes by a further Royal Licence also in 1825

 

William Thomas [Twisleton later Twisleton-Fiennes later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes], 9th Baron Saye and Sele

born

21 Apr 1798

died

31 Mar 1847 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

cousin

note

Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons, Kent 1829-47

 

Ven Frederick Benjamin [Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 10th Baron Saye and Sele

born

4 Jul 1799

mar. (1)

4 Jun 1827 Hon Emily Wingfield (d. 30 Jun 1837; bur. at Adlestrop, co. Gloucester), 2nd dau. of Richard [Wingfield], 4th Viscount Powerscourt, by his second wife Isabella Brownlow, dau. by his second wife of Rt Hon William Brownlow, of Lurgan, co. Antrim

children by first wife

1. Hon John Fiennes Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later 11th Baron Saye and Sele

2. Rev Hon Cecil Brownlow Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Rector of Hamstall Ridware, co. Stafford, and of Ashow, co. Warwick (b. 20 Aug 1831; d. 30 Mar 1870), mar. 17 Dec 1861 Maria Louisa Hardy (d. 30 Jan 1871), 1st dau. of John Hardy, British Consul at St Jago de Cuba, and had issue

3. Lt Col Hon Ivo de Vesci Edward Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes CB (b. 16 Jan 1833; d. 23 Nov 1875), mar. 26 Jul 1864 Isabella Emily Gregg (mar. (2) 20 Aug 1902 Eugene Stock; d. 22 Dec 1930), only dau. of Charles Francis Gregg, and had issue

4. Rev Hon Wingfield Stratford Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Rector of Milton Keynes, co. Buckingham (b. 1 May 1834; d. 1923), mar. 6 Oct 1863 Alice Susan Yorke (d. 17 Feb 1922), 2nd dau. of Very Rev Hon Grantham Munton Yorke DD, Dean of Worcester (by his wife Marian Emily Montgomery, 1st dau. of Sir Henry Conyngham Montgomery, 1st Bt., of the Hall, co. Donegal), yr. brother of Charles Philip [Yorke], 4th Earl of Hardwicke, and 4th son of Vice Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke KCB MP (by his first wife Elizabeth Weake Rattray, dau. of James Rattray of Atherston), 3rd son of Hon Charles Yorke, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain (by his second wife Agneta Johnson, dau. and cohrss. of Henry Johnson. of Great Berkhampstead, co. Berkshire), 2nd son of Philip [Yorke], 1st Earl of Hardwicke, and had issue

5. Capt Hon Frederick Nathaniel Fiennes Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Military Knight of Windsor (b. 8 Jun 1836; dsp. 26 Sep 1896), mar. 16 Aug 1887 Isabella Margaret Richardson (d. 17 Aug 1924), 1st dau. of Thomas Martinson Richardson, of Hibaldstowe Cliff, co. Lincoln

1. Hon Emily Wingfield Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (b. c. 1827; d. 11 Oct 1917), mar. (1) 7 Aug 1849 Thomas Guy Gisborne, of Yoxall Lodge, co. Stafford (d. 12 Sep 1869), and (2) 2 Apr 1872 John Harward Griffiths, of The Weir, co. Hereford (d. 16 Sep 1885)

2. Hon Isabella Elizabeth Catherine Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (d. 11 Dec 1915), mar. 11 Jun 1857 Col Richard F Webb DL, of Donnington Hall, co. Hereford, and had issue

mar. (2)

18 May 1857 his second cousin Hon Caroline Leigh (b. 18 Feb 1825; d. 21 Jul 1909), 3rd dau. of Chandos [Leigh], 1st Baron Leigh, by his wife Margaret Willes, dau. of Rev William Shippen Willes, of Astrop House, co. Northampton

died

26 May 1887 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son by first wife

note

educ. at Winchester College 1811; matric. at New College, Oxford 1817; Fellow of Winchester 1817-26; ordained 1823; BCL 1825; Rector of Broadwell and Adlestrop, co. Gloucester 1825-52; Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral 1825; DCL 1832; Treasurer of Hereford Cathedral 1832; Master of St Ethelbert's Hospital, Hereford 1840; Canon Residentiary, Hereford Cathedral 1840; took the names of Wykeham-Fiennes after that of Twisleton by Royal Licence 1849; High Steward of Banbury 1849-87; Archdeacon of Hereford 1863-87

 

John Fiennes [Twisleton later Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 11th Baron Saye and Sele

born

28 Feb 1830

mar.

24 Apr 1856 Lady Augusta Sophia Hay-Drummond (b. 13 Oct 1837; d. 23 Jul 1915; bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford), 5th dau. of Thomas Robert [Hay-Drummond], 11th Earl of Kinnoull, by his wife Louisa Burton Rowley, 2nd dau. of Adm Sir Charles Rowley, 1st Bt. GCB RN, of Hill House

children

1. Hon Geoffrey Cecil Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later 12th Baron Saye and Sele

2. Hon Eustace Edward Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later Hon Sir Eustace Edward Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, 1st Bt.

3. Rev Hon Ivo Henry John Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Rector of Yaverland, Brading, Isle of Wight 1913-20 (b. 1872; dsp. 8 Feb 1947), mar. 1 Oct 1901 Mabel Blandy (d. 12 May 1948), 2nd dau. of W F Blandy, of Reading, co. Berkshire

4. Rev Hon William Cecil Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Curate of St Mark's Church, Portsmouth (b. 1 Aug 1879; dvp. 22 Sep 1906)

1. Hon Beatrice Emmeline Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (d. 16 Jul 1929), mar. 11 Jan 1881 Capt Moulbray Allfrey, of Hillside, Sunningdale, co. Surrey, 1st son of Frederick Allfrey, of Stanbury, co. Berkshire, and had issue

2. Hon Edwyna Susan Elizabeth Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (d. 11 Apr 1931), mar. 20 Aug 1889 Col Herbert Frecheville Smyth Ramsden CBE JP (b. 6 Mar 1856; d. 19 Aug 1931), 4th son of Rev Charles Henry Ramsden, Vicar of Chilham, co. Kent, by his wife Mary Hamilton Beamish, 2nd dau. of Rev Henry Hamilton Beamish, and had issue

3. Hon Edith Ellen Louisa Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (d. 8 Jan 1929), mar. 21 Jan 1896 Rev Gibbs Payne Crawfurd, Vicar of Sonning, co. Berkshire (d. 9 May 1932), son of Rev Charles W Payne Crawfurd, of Ardmillan, East Grinstead, co. Sussex, and had issue

4. Hon Alexandra Caroline Frances Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (dsp. 3 Feb 1938), mar. 1 Feb 1900 as his second wife Col John Edward Broadbent CB (b. 14 Apr 1845; dsp. 7 Jan 1931), 3rd son of John Broadbent, of Longwood, Huddersfield, co. York, by his wife Esther Butterworth, dau. of Benjamin Butterworth, of Hillhouse, Holmfirth, co. York

5. Hon Maud Mary Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, a Sister of the Community of St Mary-the-Virgin, Wantage, co. Berkshire (d. 26 Jun 1937)

6. Hon Gertrude Emily Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (d. 6 Aug 1948), mar. 14 Jan 1897 Rev Edward Pell Edmonds, Rector of Whittington, co. Shropshire (d. 8 Aug 1932), son of Rev Richard Edward Pell Edmonds, and had issue

died

8 Oct 1907 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

 

Geoffrey Cecil [Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 12th Baron Saye and Sele

born

3 Aug 1858

mar.

20 Feb 1884 Marion Ruperta Murray Lawes (d. 27 Jul 1946), 2nd dau. of Maj Robert Bartholomew Lawes, of Old Park, Dover, co. Kent, and Kingston Hill, co. Surrey, by his wife Emma Selina Murray, 2nd dau. of Rev Edward Murray, Vicar of Northolt, co. Middlesex

children

1. Hon Geoffrey Rupert Cecil Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later 13th Baron Saye and Sele

2. Hon Ivo Murray Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, later 14th Baron Saye and Sele

3. G/Capt Hon Laurence John Evelyn Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Air Attaché Washington 1930-33, architect (b. 4 Oct 1890; d. 16 May 1962)

4. Ingelram Robert Nathaniel Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (b. 5 Jan 1895; dvp. 28 Dec 1896)

5. Lt Hon Allen Rupert Ingelram Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes MC (b. 25 Sep 1897; dvp. in an accident 10 Oct 1920)

1. Evelyn Idonia Cicely Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (b. 12 Jan 1887; dvp. 28 Jul 1887)

2. Hon Cicely Marion Violet Joan Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (b. 22 Nov 1900; d. 19...), mar. 3 Jul 1928 John William Dunne (d. 24 Aug 1949), son of Gen Sir John Hart Dunne KCB, and had issue

died

2 Feb 1937 (bur. in Broughton Church, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

2nd Lieut, 108th Regiment of Foot (2nd Battalion Royal Inniskillen Fusiliers) and later 21st Regiment of Foot (Royal Scottish Fusiliers) 1879; served in the Zulu War 1879-80; Capt 1887; Comptroller of the Household 1912-15; served in World War I as Area Commandant; Hon Col, 3rd Battalion Royal Scottish Fusiliers; High Steward of Oxford 1930-37

 

Geoffrey Rupert Cecil [Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 13th Baron Saye and Sele

born

27 Dec 1884

died

18 Feb 1949

suc. by

brother

note

barrister, Inner Temple 1911; served in World War I as Maj, Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars; Member, Oxford County Council

 

Ivo Murray [Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 14th Baron Saye and Sele, OBE MC DL

born

15 Dec 1885

mar.

16 Oct 1919 Hersey Cecilia Hester Butler (d. 31 Oct 1968), dau. of Capt Sir Thomas Dacres Butler KCVO, of Bury Lodge, Hambledon, co. Hampshire, Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod, by his wife Nina Helen Elliott, 2nd dau. of Adm Sir George Elliott KCB RN

children

1. Hon Nathaniel Thomas Allen Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes, later 15th Baron Saye and Sele

2. Sgt/Pilot Ingelram Ivo Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes RAFVR (b. 4 Jul 1922; dvp. in action Aug 1941)

3. Very Rev Hon Oliver William Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, of Home Farm House, Colsterworth, co. Lincoln, Chaplain Clifton College 1958-63, Rector of Lambeth 1963-69, Dean of Lincoln and Prebendary of Aylesbury 1969-89, KStJ 1987 (b. 17 Mar 1926; d. 8 Jun 2011), mar. 26 Jun 1956 Juliet Heaton, 2nd dau. of Dr Trevor Heaton, of Chichester, co. Hampshire, and has issue

died

21 Oct 1968

suc. by

son

note

served in World War I as Lt Col, Royal Artillery; Member, Oxford County Council; served in World War II 1939-41; OBE 1961

 

Nathaniel Thomas Allen [Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes], 15th Baron Saye and Sele, DL

born

22 Sep 1920

mar.

4 Dec 1958 Mariette Helena Salisbury-Jones DL, only dau. of Maj Gen Sir (Arthur) Guy Salisbury-Jones GCVO CMG CBE MC, of Mill Down, Hambledon, co. Hampshire, by his wife Hilda Violet Helena de Bunsen, dau. of Rt Hon Sir Maurice William Ernest de Bunsen, 1st Bt. GCMG GCVO CB

children

1. Hon Richard Ingel Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes (b. 19 Aug 1959; dvp. 13 Apr 2001)

2. Hon Martin Guy Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes (b. 27 Feb 1961), mar. 28 Sep 1996 Pauline Kang Chai Lian, only dau. of Kang Tiong Lam, and has issue:

1a. Guy Fiennes (b. 8 Mar 1997)

2a. Ned Richard Ling Fiennes (b. 23 Feb 1999)

3a. Ivo Fiennes (b. 19 Mar 2000)

3. Thomas Nathaniel Fiennes (b. 11 Oct 1965; dvp. 3 Sep 1968)

4. Hon William John Fiennes, writer (b. 7 Aug 1970)

1. Hon Susannah Hersey Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes later Fiennes, painter (b. 27 Feb 1961), mar. 9 Oct 2004 as his second wife John Wardlaw Hanbury-Tenison (b. 6 Dec 1957), 1st son of Sir Richard Hanbury-Tenison KCVO, of Clytha Park, Abergavenny, co. Gwent, Lord Lieutenant of Gwent, by his wife Euphan Mary Wardlaw-Ramsay, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Maj Arthur Balcarres Wardlaw-Ramsay, 21st of Whitehill, by his wife Hon Mary Alexandra Codrington, widow of Lt-Cdr John Robert Auber Codrington RN, and 1st dau. of Alexander William Frederick [Fraser], 19th Lord Saltoun of Abernethy

note

Major, Rifle Brigade 1941-49; Trustee, Ernest Cook Trust 1960-95 and Chairman of the Trustees 1965-92; assumed the surname Fiennes in lieu of that of Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes by deed poll 1965; Fellow of Winchester College 1967-83; Deputy Lieutenant, Oxfordshire since 1979; chartered surveyor

 

 Last updated 17 Jun 2011

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Title:

15th Baron Saye and Sele

(England, let. pat. 9 Aug 1603)

 

Address:

Broughton Castle, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX15 5EB

 

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