Eton College is in Eton.
Before 1483 Bishop Geoffrey Blythe -1530 was schooled at Eton College. In 1483 Bishop Geoffrey Blythe -1530 entered King's College.
In 1510 Bishop William Alley 1510-1570 was born. He was educated at Eton College.
Around 1617 Bulstrode Whitelocke 1605-1675 (11) educated at Eton College.
John Evelyn's Diary 1620 1636 Birth and Childhood. 1632. My eldest sister (18) was married to Edward Darcy, Esq, who little deserved so excellent a person, a woman of so rare virtue. I was not present at the nuptials; but I was soon afterward sent for into Surrey, and my father (45) would willingly have weaned me from my fondness of my too indulgent grandmother, intending to have placed me at Eton College; but, not being so provident for my own benefit, and unreasonably terrified with the report of the severe discipline there, I was sent back to Lewes; which perverseness of mine I have since a thousand times deplored. This was the first time that ever my parents had seen all their children together in prosperity. While I was now trifling at home, I saw London, where I lay one night only. The next day, I dined at Beddington, where I was much delighted with the gardens and curiosities. Thence, we returned to the Baroness Darcy's (18), at Sutton; thence to Wotton; and, on the 16th of August following, 1633, back to Lewes.
John Evelyn's Diary 22 July 1679. 22 Jul 1679. Dined at Clapham, at Sir D. Gauden's; went thence with him to Windsor, to assist him in a business with his Majesty (49). I lay that night at Eton College, the Provost's lodgings (Dr. Craddock), where I was courteously entertained.
John Evelyn's Diary 19 September 1679. 19 Sep 1679. My Lord Sunderland (38), one of the principal Secretaries of State, invited me to dinner, where was the King's (49) natural son, the Earl of Plymouth (22), the Earl of Shrewsbury (56), Earl of Essex (47), Earl of Mulgrave (31), Mr. Hyde, and Mr. Godolphin (34). After dinner I went to prayers at Eton College, and visited Mr. Henry Godolphin (31), fellow there, and Dr. Craddock.
John Evelyn's Diary 24 July 1680. 24 Jul 1680. Went with my wife (45) and daughter to Windsor, to see that stately court, now near finished. There was erected in the court the King (50) on horseback, lately cast in copper, and set on a rich pedestal of white marble, the work of Mr. Gibbons (32), at the expense of Toby Rustate, a page of the back stairs, who by his wonderful frugality had arrived to a great estate in money, and did many works of charity, as well as this of gratitude to his master, which cost him £1,000. He is very simple, ignorant, but honest and loyal creature.
We all dined at the Countess of Sunderland's (34), afterward to see Signor Verrio's (44) garden, thence to Eton College, to salute the provost, and heard a Latin speech of one of the alumni (it being at the election) and were invited to supper; but took our leave, and got to London that night in good time.
In 1681 Nicholas Williams 1st Baronet 1681-1745 was born to Rice Williams of Edwinsford in Carmarthenshire and Mary Vaughan. He was educated at Eton College and Queen's College.
John Evelyn's Diary 09 June 1692. 09 Jun 1692. I went to Windsor to carry my grandson (10) to Eton School, where I met my Lady Stonehouse and other of my daughter-in-law's relations, who came on purpose to see her before her journey into Ireland. We went to see the castle, which we found furnished and very neatly kept, as formerly, only that the arms in the guard chamber and keep were removed and carried away. An exceeding great storm of wind and rain, in some places stripping the trees of their fruit and leaves as if it had been winter; and an extraordinary wet season, with great floods.
John Evelyn's Diary 23 July 1692. 23 Jul 1692. I went with my wife (57), son (37), and daughter (23), to Eton, to see my grandson (10), and thence to my Lord Godolphin's (47), at Cranburn, where we lay, and were most honorably entertained. The next day to St. George's Chapel, and returned to London late in the evening.
On 14 Aug 1694 Henry Howard 4th Earl Carlisle 1694-1758 was born to Charles Howard 3rd Earl Carlisle 1669-1738 (25) and Anne Capell Countess Carlisle 1674-1752 (20). He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College.
John Evelyn's Diary 23 April 1696. 23 Apr 1696. I went to Eton, and dined with Dr. Godolphin, the provost. The schoolmaster assured me there had not been for twenty years a more pregnant youth in that place than my grandson (14). I went to see the King's House at Kensington. It is very noble, though not great. The gallery furnished with the best pictures [from] all the houses, of Titian, Raphael, Correggio, Holbein, Julio Romano, Bassan, Vandyke (97), Tintoretto, and others; a great collection of porcelain; and a pretty private library. The gardens about it very delicious.
Around 1702 Benjamin Bathurst 1692-1767 (10) educated at Eton College.
In 1706 Charles Beauclerk 2nd Duke St Albans 1696-1751 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1706 Francis Willoughby 2nd Baron Middleton 1692-1758 (13) educated at Eton College.
Around 1707 Francis Scott 2nd Duke Buccleuch 1695-1751 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1716 Henry Archer 1700-1768 (16) educated at Eton College.
In 1717 Thomas Brand 1717-1770 was born. He was educated at Eton College.
In 1719 John Egerton 1704-1719 (15) died at Eton College.
Around 1726 William Howard 1714-1756 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1741 Other Lewis Windsor 4th Earl Plymouth 1731-1771 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1750 Thomas Orde Powlett 1st Baron Bolton 1740-1807 (9) educated at Eton College.
On 04 Mar 1753 Cecil Parker Perceval 1739-1753 (13) died at Eton College.
Around 1758 Henry Scott 3rd Duke Buccleuch 1746-1812 (11) educated at Eton College.
In 1761 Thomas Frankland 6th Baronet Thirkleby 1750-1831 (10) took custody of at Eton College.
Around 1764 Algernon Percy 1st Earl Beverley 1750-1830 (13) educated at Eton College.
In 1764 George Lumley Saunderson 5th Earl Scarborough 1753-1807 (10) educated at Eton College.
On 03 Dec 1767 Theodore Henry Broadhead 1767-1820 was born to Theodore Henry Brinckman aka Broadhead 1714-1810 (53) and Mary Bingley. He was educated at Eton College and Emmanuel College.
Around 1768 Peter Burrell 21st Baron Willoughby de Eresby 1st Baron Gwydyr 1754-1820 (13) educated at Eton College.
Around 1773 Thomas Wyndham 1763-1814 (10) educated at Eton College.
Around 1773 John Lumley Savile 7th Earl Scarborough 1761-1835 (12) educated at Eton College.
Around 1778 Frederick North 5th Earl Guildford 1766-1827 (11) educated at Eton College.
In 1785 Charles Marsham 2nd Earl Romney 1777-1845 (7) educated at Eton College.
Around 1788 Thomas Reynolds Moreton 1st Earl Ducie 1776-1840 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 17 Jan 1788 Bishop John Lonsdale 1788-1867 was born to John Lonsdale 1737-1800 (51) and Elizabeth Steer. He was educated at Eton College and King's College.
Around 1795 Booth Grey 1783-1850 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 20 Oct 1795 Thomas William Anson 1st Earl Lichfield 1795-1854 was born to Thomas Anson 1st Viscount Anson 1767-1818 (28) and Anne Margaret Coke Viscountess Anson 1779-1843 (16). He was baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church Colwich. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church College.
On 08 Jun 1797 Henry William Powlett 3rd Baron Bayning 1797-1866 was born to Charles Townshend 1st Baron Bayning 1728-1810 (67) and Annabella Smith-Powlett 1754-1825 (42). He was educated at Eton College and St John's College.
In 1805 Henry Edward John Howard 1795-1868 (9) educated at Eton College.
14 Aug 1808 Reverend Robert Behoe Radcliffe 1797-1832 (11) entered Eton College as a King's Scholar.
Around 1811 Edward Chichester 4th Marquess Donegal 1799-1889 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 28 Oct 1811 George Leicester aka Warren 2nd Baron Tabley 1811-1887 was born to John Fleming Leicester 1st Baron Tabley 1762-1827 (49) and Georgiana Cottin Baroness Tabley 1794-1859 (17). King George IV (49) was his godfather. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church College.
Around 1814 Henry Moreton 2nd Earl Ducie 1802-1853 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1817 Henry Richard Charles Wellesley 1st Earl Cowley 1804-1884 (12) educated at Eton College.
Around 1818 Charles Wellesley 1808-1858 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1818 Wilbraham Egerton 1st Baron Egerton Tatton 1806-1883 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1821 William Russell 8th Duke Bedford 1809-1872 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1823 Charles Manners 6th Duke Rutland 1815-1888 (7) educated at Eton College.
Around 1829 Edward Frederick Leveson-Gower 1819-1907 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1829 Henry Willoughby 8th Baron Middleton 1817-1877 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 09 Aug 1830 Frederick Ellis 7th Baron Walden 3rd Baron Seaford 1830-1899 was born to Charles Ellis 6th Baron Walden 2nd Baron Seaford 1799-1868 (31) and Lucy Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck 1807-1899 (22). He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College.
On 28 Apr 1831 Godfrey Morgan 1st Viscount Tredegar 1831-1913 was born to Charles Morgan 1st Baron Tredegar 1792-1875 (39) and Rosamund Mundy 1810-1883 (21) at Ruperra Castle. He was educated at Eton College.
Around 1832 Poulett George Henry Somerset 1822-1875 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1834 Washington Sewallis Shirley 9th Earl Ferrers 1822-1859 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 20 Dec 1840 Bishop Adelbert John Robert Anson 1840-1909 was born to Thomas William Anson 1st Earl Lichfield 1795-1854 (45) and Louisa Barbara Catherine Phillips Countess Lichfield 1800-1879 (40). He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church College.
My Recollections by Adeline Horsey Countess Cardigan 1824 1915 Chapter IV: Presented at Court. After mamma's death I kept house for papa at 8 Upper Grosvenor Street. My brothers were rarely at home. William (17) was educated at Eton, and when he was sixteen years old the Duke of Wellington (73) gave him a commission in the Grenadier Guards. Later he went through the Crimean War, and he retired from the Army in 1883, on account of ill-health, with the rank of Lieutenant-General.
Algernon (16) entered the Navy in 1840 as a midshipman, and the same year took part in the operations on the coast of Syria. After the battle of Acre he received the Turkish medal and clasps: his promotion was rapid, and as Admiral, his flagship, the Shah, engaged the Huascar, which he forced to surrender to the Peruvian authorities.
Now that I was so much alone I occasionally found time hang heavy on my hands, and I welcomed any excitement as a break in the monotony, for of course our period of mourning prevented us entertaining or accepting invitations. One day my maid told me about a fortune-teller who had a wonderful gift for predicting the future. I was very much interested, and made up my mind to consult the oracle. My maid attempted to dissuade me, saying that the woman lived in Bridge Street, Westminster, which was not at all a nice neighbourhood. I have always had my own way and, disguised in a borrowed cloak, bonnet and thick veil, and accompanied by my protesting servant, I started off to Bridge Street late one November afternoon.
It was dusk when we reached Westminster and found Bridge Street, badly lighted and evil-smelling. We knocked at the door, stated whom we wished to see, and we were ushered through a dark passage into a dirty room reeking of tobacco.
The fortune-teller was a wrinkled old woman who was smoking a short clay pipe with evident enjoyment. When I told her what I had come for, she produced a greasy pack of cards, and after I had "crossed her pahn " she commenced to tell my future.
" Ah ! " said she at last, and she looked curiously, " my pretty young lady, fate holds a great deal in store for you. You will not marry for several years, but when you do it will be to a widower — a man in a high position. You will suffer much unkindness before you experience real happiness, you will obtain much and lose much, you will marry again after your husband's death, and you will live to a great age"..
I was quite impressed by my "fortune", but I was a little disappointed, for like most girls I had my day-dreams of a young husband, and the prospect of a widower was thus rather depressing.
Strangely enough, the prediction came true, for Lord Cardigan (45) was a widower, and nearly all the men who proposed to me were widowers ! I was asked in marriage by Lord Sherborne (38), a widower with ten children; by the Duke of Leeds (40), who was a widower with eleven children, and by Christopher Maunsell Talbot (39), once Father of the House of Commons, also a widower with four children. Prince Soltykoff, the Duke of St. Albans (41), Harry Howard, and Disraeli (38) were other widowers who proposed to me, so I suppose I must have had some unaccountable fascination for bereaved husbands.
On 20 Apr 1848 William Bulkeley Barrington 9th Viscount Barrington 1848-1933 was born to Percy Barrington 8th Viscount Barrington 1825-1901 (22) and Louisa Higgins -1884. He was educated at Eton College.
In 1850 William Henry Wellesley 2nd Earl Cowley 1834-1895 (15) educated at Eton College.
Around 1856 Digby Wentworth Bayard Willoughby 9th Baron Middleton 1844-1922 (11) educated at Eton College.
On or before 28 Oct 1865 Brigadier-General Claude Berners Westmacott 1865-1948 was born to Percy Graham Buchanan Westmacott 1830-1917 (35) and Annette Beatrice Berners 1835-1916 at Whickham. He was baptised at St Mary's Church Whickham on 28 Oct 1865. He was educated at Eton College.
Times Newspaper Deaths. 13 Feb 1867. DEATH OF LORD FEVERSHAM. We regret to announce the death, after a short illness, of Lord Feversham (69), which occurred on Monday night at his residence in Great Cumberland Street. The late William Duncombe Baron Feversham (69), of Dancombe Park, County York, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, was son of Charles first Lord by his marriage with Lady Charlotte Legge (92), only daughter of William, second Earl of Dartmouth. He was born on the 14th of January, 1798, so that he was in his 69th year. The deceased nobleman was educted at Eton, and afterwards proceeded to Christ Church, Oxford. He married l8th of December, 1823, Lady Louisa Stewart (63), third daughter of George, eighth Earl of Galloway (98), by whom,who survives his Lordship, he leaves issue the Hon. Wiliam E. Duncombe (38), M.P., and Captain the Hon. Cecil Duncombe, of the 1st Life Guards, and three daughters, the Hon Jane, married l1th of April, 1849, to the Hon. Laurence Parsons; the Hon. Gertrude (39), married 27th of November 1&19, to Mr. Francis Horatio Fitzroy (43); and the Hon. Helen, married 18th of July, 1855, to Mr. William Becket Denison. Previously to his accession to tbe peerage on the death of his father in July, 1841, he represented Yorkshire in the House of Commons from 1826 to 1830. At the general election in 1831 he was unsuceessful candidate for the coenty, but was returned for the North Riding in the following year, which he continued to represent till 18S1. He voted against the Reforzn Bill of 1832, and was uniformly in favour of agricultural protection. He took great interest in agricultural pursuit, And was a distinguished member of the Royal Agricultural Society, of which he was one of the trustees The deceased noblemna is succeded by his eldest son, the Hon. Wiliam Ernest Duncombe (38), above mentioned, who was born January 28 1829, and married, August 7, 1851, Mabel Violet (33), second daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir James Graham (74), of Netherby. He was M.P. for East Retford from February, 1852, to 1857 and elected for the North Riding of Yorkshire inI 1859, anA was also returned at the last general election After a sharp contest, being second on the poll. He is Captain of the Yorkshire Yeomianry (Hussars) Cavalry, and Lientenent Colonel of the 2d North Riding like his deceased father, he is a supporter of Lord Derby, but in favour of such a measure of Parliamentary Reforms would give no undue preponderance to any one class, but would ensure to a fair distribution of political privileges.
On 21 May 1871 Jocelyn Pelham 6th Earl Chichester 1871-1926 was born to Francis Godolphin Pelham 5th Earl Chichester 1844-1905 (26) and Alice Carr Glyn Countess Chichester -1934. He was educated at Eton College.
Around 1880 Henry Arthur Mornington Wellesley 3rd Earl Cowley 1866-1919 (13) educated at Eton College.
On 08 Feb 1885 Second Lieutenant Oda Louis David Mackay Simpson 1885-1918 was born to Walter Grindlay Simpson 2nd Baronet 1843-1898 (41) and Ann Fitzgerald Mackay Lady Simpson 1857-1941 (28). He was educated at Eton College.
On 05 Aug 1887 Evelyn Hugh Boscawen 8th Viscount Falmouth 1887-1962 was born to Evelyn Boscawen 7th Viscount Falmouth 1847-1918 (40) and Kathleen Douglas-Pennant Viscount Falmouth 1861-1953 (26). He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College.
Around 1898 John Henry Montagu Manners 9th Duke Rutland 1886-1940 (11) educated at Eton College.
Around 1900 Hastings William Russell 12th Duke Bedford 1888-1953 (11) educated at Eton College.
On 29 Jul 1912 Oswald Phipps 4th Marquess Normanby 1912-1994 was born to Constantine Phipps 3rd Marquess Normanby 1846-1932 (65) and Gertrude Stansfeld Foster Marchioness Normanby -1948. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church College.
Around 1915 Charles Arthur Francis Cavendish 1905-1944 (9) educated at Eton College.
On 21 Apr 1922 Lieutenant David Hugh Joicey 1922-1943 was born to Hugh Edward Joicey 3rd Baron 1881-1966 (41) and Joan Katherine Lambton Baroness Joicey 1893-1967 (28) at Chelsea. He ws educated at Eton College and Christ Church College for one year.
Around 1925 Charles Beauclerk 13th Duke St Albans 1915-1988 (9) educated at Eton College.
Around 1925 Alexander Ramsay 1919-2000 (5) educated at Eton College.
George Howard 9th Earl Carlisle 1843-1911 educated at Eton College.
Charles James Ruthven Howard 12th Earl Carlisle 1923-1994 educated at Eton College.
George William Beaumont Howard 13th Earl Carlisle 1949- educated at Eton College.
William Neville 1st Marquess Abergavenny 1826-1915 educated at Eton College.
William Cavendish 1917-1944 educated at Eton College.
John Henry Guy Neville 5th Marquess Abergavenny 1914-2000 educated at Eton College.
Eton College Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire
On 29 Jan 1733 Henry Godolphin 1648-1733 (84) died at Windsor. He was buried at Eton College Chapel.
Lupton's Chapel Eton College, Eton College Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire
Lupton's Chapel Eton College is a side chapel of Eton College Chapel commissioned by Roger Lupton 1456-1540 and in which he was subsequently buried. His monumental brass survives at Eton, showing him dressed as a Canon of Windsor wearing a long robe with a cross.
On 27 Feb 1540 Roger Lupton 1456-1540 (84) died. He was buried in the chapel that bears his name Lupton's Chapel Eton College. His tomb has a monumental brass with him wearing the mantle of a Canon of Windsor with the inscription in Latin "Miserere mei Deus secundum magnam misericordiam tuam" being the first part of the first verse of Psalm 51.
Lupton's Tower, Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire
Lupton's Tower. A bell tower at Eton College commissioned by Roger Lupton 1456-1540 (58) and constructed between 1514 and 1520. The facade looking at the school yard is decorated with three reliefs. Henry VIII Coat of Arms held by red dragon (symbol of Tudor dynasty) and a white greyhound is on the top of the tower; below is Assumption of Mary with a childand angels; and at the low part Henry’s heraldic shield held by two angels.