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Ref No (click to see in context)NL/24
TitleFamily letters to Katherine Lyttelton
Extent16 files
DescriptionLetters to Katherine Lyttelton from various family members including, Jane Stuart-Wortley, Caroline Grosvenor, Margaret Talbot, Blanche Stuart-Wortley, Charles Stuart-Wortley, Lucy Cavendish, Reginald Talbot, Lavinia Talbot, Spencer Lyttelton, Alfred Lyttelton, 1870-1937.
ArrangementChronological, by first date.
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/39Lyttelton; Sir; Neville Gerald (1845-1931); Knight, General
DS/UK/41Lyttelton; Lady; Katherine Sarah (1860-1943); neé Stuart-Wortley, wife of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1759Stuart-Wortley; Lady; Jane (1820-1900); neé Lawley, mother-in-law of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1775Grosvenor; Caroline Susan Theodora (fl. 1867-1940); née Stuart-Wortley, novelist, artist
DS/UK/1757Talbot; Lady; Margaret Jane (fl. 1867-1937); neé Stuart-Wortley, sister-in-law of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1776Firebrace; Blanche Georgina (fl. 1867-1931); née Stuart-Wortley
DS/UK/1745Cavendish; Lady; Lucy Caroline (1841-1925); née Lyttelton, sister of Neville Lyttelton, pioneer of women's education
DS/UK/1761Talbot; Sir; Reginald Arthur James (1841-1929); Major-General; British military officer, Member of Parliament in the British House of Commons, Governor of Victoria in Australia, also known as Reggie, brother-in-law of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1760Talbot; Hon; Lavinia (1849-1939); née Lyttelton, sister of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1756Lyttelton; Hon; George William Spencer (1847-1913); known as Spencer, civil servant, private secretary to William Ewart Gladstone, first-class cricketer, brother of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1777Lyttelton; Hon; Alfred (1857-1913); sportsman, Secretary of State for the Colonies, brother of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1833Stuart-Wortley; Charles Beilby (1851-1926); 1st Baron Stuart of Wortley; British Conservative politician