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Sir Edward Clive 
Bayley
1821 - 1884


Sir Edward Clive 
Bayley
, K.C.S.I. (1877), C.I.E., entered Bengal Civil Service 1841; called to the Bar 1857; has filled the offices of Member of the Governor General's Council and of Home Secretary to the Government of India; Vice Chancellor of calcutta University 1869 to 1874. Issue. Sir Edward Clive Bayley (1821-1884). The connection between and among these figures and the Hardcastle family is the marriage in 1899 of Joseph Alfred Hardcastle II and Theresa Clive Bayley, daughter of Sir Edward Clive Bayley by Emily Anne Theophila Metcalfe, niece of Lord Metcalfe; another of their seven daughters, Georgiana Bayley, married Sir Edward Chapman in 1886.

Born: St Petersburg, , , Russia 5th Oct 1821 Baptised: St Petersburg, , , Russia 16th Oct 1821
Died: 1884Buried:
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Bayley

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1.
Sir Edward Clive 
Bayley
(
Metcalfe
) 1821 - 1884
2.
Edward Clive 
Bayley
(
?
) 1776 - post 1821
4.
Thomas Butterworth 
Bayley
(
Cornwall
,
Leggett
) 1744 - 1802
5.
Mary 
Leggett
(
Bayley
) + post 1776
3.
Margaret 
?
(
Bayley
) + post 1821
 
 

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1. 6th Mar 1850
Emily Anne Theophila 
Metcalfe
(
Bayley
) + post 1890

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5th Oct 1821Born (birth) St Petersburg, Russia
16th Oct 1821Baptised (baptism) St Petersburg, Russia
post 1821
Sir Edward Clive 
Bayley
(
Metcalfe
) 1821 - 1884 inherited the title
Bayley
  [Bt]
6th Mar 1850Married
Emily Anne Theophila 
Metcalfe
(
Bayley
) + post 1890 (marriage)
1884Died (death)
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