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Name: Samuel Ellis Bristowe
College: EMMANUEL
Born:   10 March 1800, New York, U.S.A.
Died:   15 June 1855, London, Middlesex.

More Information: Adm. Fell.-Com. at EMMANUEL, 29 August 1818. [Son of Samuel.] School, Repton, Derbyshire. Matric. Entered Michaelmas 1818. Of Beesthorpe, Notts., and of Twyford, Derbs. J.P., D.L. Married (1) Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel Fox, of Thurlston Grange, near Derby, 11 December 1821; (2) Lady Alicia Mary Needham, 6th daughter of Francis Jack, Earl of Kilmorey, 6 July 1836. Died 1855 and is buried at Caunton, Notts. Father of Samuel Boteler and Henry Fox (1845). (source: Burke's Landed Gentry, 1925.)

Name: Samuel Boteler Bristowe
College: TRINITY HALL
Born:   5 October 1822, Beesthorpe, Nottinghamshire.
Died:   5 March 1897, 62 Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex.

More Information: Adm. pens. at TRINITY HALL, 17 May 1840. Son and heir of Samuel Ellis, Esq., of Beesthorpe, Notts. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1843; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Fellow, 1849-56. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 3 June 1845. Called to the Bar, 1848. Bencher, 1872. Q.C., 1872. Judge of County Courts, 1880-97. A member of the Council of Legal Education. Of Beesthorpe Hall, Nottinghamshire. Recorder of Newark, 1869-70. M.P. for Newark-on-Trent, 1870-80. Author, legal. Brother of Henry Fox (1845) and father of Charles John (1881). (Benchers of the Inner Temple.)

Name: Henry Fox Bristowe
College: TRINITY HALL
Born:   8 May 1824, Beesthorpe, Nottinghamshire.
Died:   20 February 1893, Nantwich, Cheshire.

More Information: Adm. pens. at TRINITY HALL, 4 June 1845. 2nd son of Samuel Ellis (1818), Esq., of Beesthorpe, Notts. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 15 April 1842. Called to the Bar, 1847. Incorporated at Lincoln's Inn, 14 March 1854. Q.C., 1869. Bencher, 1870. Reader, 1875. Vice-Chancellor of the County Palatine, Lancaster, 1881-93. Fellow of The Royal Geographic Society: (F.R.G.S.) Knighted, 5 August 1887. Of The Cliffe, Nantwich, Cheshire. Married Selina, dau. of The Hon. Orlando Henry Bridgeman, 2 April 1850. Died 20 February 1893, at The Cliffe, Nantwich, Cheshire. Brother of Samuel Boteler (1840). (Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., III. 37; Foster, Men at the Bar.)

Name: Stephenson Simon Bristowe
College: MAGDALENE
Born:   4 April 1830
Died:   1911

More Information: Adm. pens. (age 18) at MAGDALENE, 24 May 1848. Captain in Lincolnshire Regiment. Son of Simon, barrister, of the Middle Temple. School, Eton (‘Stephenson Simon’). Matriculated. Michaelmas 1848. (source: Burke's Landed Gentry, ed. 1937.)

Name: Charles John Bristowe
College: TRINITY HALL
Born:   29 July 1862, London.
Died:   20 July 1911, Nottingham.

More Information: Admitted at TRINITY HALL, 1881. [2nd son of Samuel Boteler (1840), Judge of Nottingham County Court.] School, Repton, Derbyshire. Matriculated. Entered Michaelmas 1881; Scholar, 1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1893. Rowing ‘blue,’ 1886; A ‘Coach,’ 1893-1902. Coached many crews at Cambridge and Henley. Ordained deacon, 1887; priest (Rochester) 1888; C. of All Saints', South Lambeth, Middlesex, 1887-92. Assistant Master at St Paul's School, London. Manager of Schools, 1887-95. Of Beesthorpe Hall, Nottinghamshire. First Director of Education for Nottinghamshire County Council, 1902-11. Died unmarried 20 July 1911, aged 48, at Nottingham following an operation. (sources: Burke's Landed Gentry; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1904.)

Note: Michaelmas falls on 29th September and the University first term normally starts on the first Tuesday following.



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