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TitleFamily letters to Katherine Lyttelton
Extent1 file
DescriptionLetters to Katherine Lyttelton from her family including Mary Lovelace, Margaret Talbot, Blanche Firebrace, Caroline Grosvenor, Charles Stuart-Wortley, Edith Lyttelton, Lavinia Talbot, Hester Lyttelton, Sarah Bailey, Lucy Cavendish, Kathleen Lyttelton, Reginald Talbot, Robert Lyttelton, Charles Cobham, Alfred Lyttelton, Edward Talbot, Spencer Lyttelton, John Stuart-Wortley [signed as Jack], Neville Talbot, Clare Stuart-Wortley, Magaret Talbot, Stephen Lawley concerning personal affairs, Neville Lytteltons appointment as Commander-in-Chief for South Africa and later in the War Office in London, Margaret Talbot and Reginald Talbot's life in Australia, 1900-1905.
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/1821King-Milbanke; Mary Caroline (fl. 1890-1941); Countess of Lovelace; née Stuart-Wortley
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/1775Grosvenor; Caroline Susan Theodora (fl. 1867-1940); née Stuart-Wortley, novelist, artist
DS/UK/1833Stuart-Wortley; Charles Beilby (1851-1926); 1st Baron Stuart of Wortley; British Conservative politician
DS/UK/1760Talbot; Hon; Lavinia (1849-1939); née Lyttelton, sister of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1847Alington; Hon; Hester Margaret (1874-1958); née Lyttelton, half-sister of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1762Bailey; Hon; Sarah Kathleen (1870-1942); née Lyttelton, half-sister of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1745Cavendish; Lady; Lucy Caroline (1841-1925); née Lyttelton, sister of Neville Lyttelton, pioneer of women's education
DS/UK/1809Lyttelton; Kathleen Mary (1856-1907); née Clive, Wife of Arthur Temple Lyttelton
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/1805Lyttelton; Hon; Robert Henry (1854-1939); brother of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1755Lyttelton; Lord; Charles George (1842-1922); 8th Viscount Cobham, Liberal Member of Parliament, brother of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1777Lyttelton; Hon; Alfred (1857-1913); sportsman, Secretary of State for the Colonies, brother of Neville Lyttelton
DS/UK/1803Talbot; Edward Stuart (1844-1934); Reverend; Husband of Lavinia Talbot
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/1854Stuart-Wortley; John (fl. 1900-1919); Known as Jack
DS/UK/1787Talbot; Neville Stuart (1879-1943); Reverend, Bishop of Pretoria, vicar of St. Mary's Church Nottingham, assistant Bishop of Southwell
DS/UK/1825McDonnell; Margaret Isabel (1879-1974); Countess of Antrim; née Talbot
DS/UK/1827Lawley; Stephen Willoughby (1823-1901); Reverend
DS/UK/1855Stuart-Wortley; Hon; Clare Euphemia (1889-1945)
DS/UK/1758The War Office; 1684-1964
CodePlace Entry
NA20South Africa/Africa
NA8Greater London/England