Rust, James.(Huntingdonsh.) S. of James Rust, esq., a magistrate for Hunts and a banker at Huntingdon, by Margaret, d. of Lancelot Brown, esq. B. at Great Gransden, Huntingdonsh., 1798; m. 1st, 1829, only d. of Lieut.-Col. Rowles; 2ndly, 1837, eld. d. of Col. Roberts. Educated at Rugby and at University Coll., Oxford; elected a Fellow of the latter 1823, resigned 1829; was 1st in classics 1819. Called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1825, but relinquished practice in 1836. A magistrate of Huntingdonsh. and Chairman of Quarter Sessions since 1840, a Deputy-Lieut. of that co. since 1842. First elected for Huntindonsh. Oct. 1855, without opposition.- Athenoeum; Alconbury House, near Huntingdon.
Source: Dodd's Parliamentary Companion, 1857 - p. 264
Major-Gen Sir Robert Craufurd
Major-General Robert Craufurd (5 May 1764 – 23 January 1812 , was a Scottish soldier and MP. After a military career which took him from India to the Netherlands, he was given command of the Light Division in the Napoleonic Peninsular War under the Duke of Wellington . Craufurd was a strict disciplinarian and somewhat prone to violent mood swings which earned him the nickname "Black Bob". He was mortally wounded storming the lesser breach in the Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo on 19 January 1812 and died four days later.
Sir William Fowler 4th Bart of Harnage Grange
Died unmarried and s. p..
Cornet in Sir John Mordaunt's Dragoons.
A distiller of London.