Adm. Sir Arthur William Acland Hood Lord Hood Of Avalon
Created 23 Feb 1892 Lord Hood of Avalon.
1881 Census: aboard the Royal Navy vessel, "Minotaur"
"Brass memorial with a black marble surround on west wall ‘Sacred to the memory of Admiral Sir Arthur William Acland Hood Baron Hood of Avalon GCB third son of Sir Alexander Hood of Wootton House in this parish baronet by Amelia Anne wife and daughter of Sir Hugh Bateman of Hartington Hall Co Derby baronet. He served in Syria the Crimea and China and was sometime ADC to MH Queen Victoria. Director of ordnance commander of the Channel Squadron and a Lord commissioner of the Admiralty. He raised and commanded the Glastonbury volunteers in 1859. Born at Bath July 14th 1824 died Wootton House November 16 1901. I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me: write: from hence forth blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, Even so saith the Spirit – for they rest from their labours. Erected by his widow Lady Hood of Avalon. Inscription up the left side with decorations HMS Pylades 1862. HMS Acorn 1856. On the right side HMS Monarch 1874. HMS Minotaur 1879. 56 x 34.5”
Souce: Butleigh Church Memorial Inscription - http://butleigh.org/ChurchMemorials.html
Owen Putland Meyrick Esq.
Elected Fellow of the Royal Society, 9/05/1776.
Owen Garth Meyrick
Lancelot (Capability) Brown, famed landscape gardeneracquired the manor of Fenstanton in 1767 and was appointed High Sheriff for Huntingdon in 1770.
Known as Biddy.
Died in infancy
Original Spelling : Browne
Adm. John Brown
Was made Lieutenant 1 Sept 1772. Was commissioned on the "Savage".
In 1775 was commissioned on the "Nautilus" during the American War of Independance.Commander 1 Dec 1777Captain 25 Mar 1779Rear Admiral of the Blue 1 June 1795Rear Admiral of the Red 14 Feb 1799Vice Admiral of the Blue 1 Jan 1801Vice Admiral of the White 23 Apr 1804Vice Admiral of the Red 9 Nov 1805Admiral of the Blue 28 Apr 1808
Died at the home of her brother.
Rev Thomas Brown
Education: MA, st John's College, Cambridge
Ordination - Priest: 4 May 1789, St George Hanover Square, Westminster
Rector: 11 May 1789 - 09 Nov 1829, St Mary's, Conington, Cambridge; 29 Oct 1825 - 28 Dec 1827, Wistow, Huntingdonshire
Most likely never married.