Charles Thomas Dyke Acland 8th Bart
Barrister At Law Of The Inner Temple, J.P. For Devon And Somerset. Educated at Eton And Christ Church, Oxford; M.A. Oxford, D.L.Somerset, Major 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, M.P. for East Cornwall 1842. " Every member of the family had been damagd in some way by the scarlet fever of 1851 which left them all motherless. Charile, who had been extremely ill, remained emabarrassingly short throughout his life ('Stumps' at Eton and 'Stumpy Jesus' to irreverent villages in his bearded old age), and in his father's words was never 'thoroughly healthy' - athough he managed to row for his Oxford college in four successive seasons. " A Devon Family; The story of the Aclands by Anne Acland pp 108. Married at the age of 37 and had no children.
Rev. Richard Hart Hart-Davis M.A.
Of All Saints, Dunsden, Near Reading, Berks. Was curate at Broad Clyst in 1872.
Agnes Henrietta Acland
1881 Census: unmarried, living with parents at Killerton