Charles Arthur William Troyte
Captain Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, Sheriff Of Devon 1881
1881 Census: lived at 12 Eaton Place, London
Cicely Mary Troyte
A Nun; Sister of the Community of St. Mary the Virgin at Wantage
Walter Henry Holbech
1881 Census: occupation - Captain 60 Rifles ADC
William Hood Walrond 1st Baron Waleran
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Sir William Hood Walrond, 1st Baron Waleran PC Privy Council of the United Kingdom Lord-Lieutenant Justice of the Peace (26 February 1849 - 17 May 1925 ) was a British Conservative Conservative Party politician.
The son of Sir John Walrond, 1st Baronet and Hon. Frances Caroline Hood, youngest daughter of Samuel Hood, 2nd Baron Bridport Samuel Hood 2nd Baron Bridport, he succeeded father to the Baronetcy in 1889.
He served as a Captain in the Grenadier Guards Grenadier Guards, retiring in 1872. He sat as Conservative Member of Parliament for East Devonshire Devon from 1880-1885, and for Tiverton from 1885-1906. During this time he was a junior Lord of the Treasury from 1885-1886 and from 1886-1892, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury from 1895-1902, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster from 1902-1905.
He was appointed a Privy Counsellor in 1899, and was raised to the peerage as Baron Waleran, of Uffculme, in 1905.
Rev. Francis Macaulay Cunningham
Rector Of Witney, Oxfordshire.
Cuthbert Henry Dyke Acland
Known to the family as Cubby. Unmarried, dsp. Worked for the National Trust.
Ellen Dyke Acland
Killed in a cycling accident at age 10.
Mabel Alice Acland
Known to the family as Miamie. Became a professional artist.