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Sunderland (Sun) Clay 
Fowke
1798 - 1873


Sunderland (Sun) Clay 
Fowke
, of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, S. Wales, "Aide-de-Camp" present 1813 at the burning of The White House and The Capitol, Washington, U.S.A., educ. Ealing Great School. In 1850, 1851, resident of Cologne, Germany. He was teaching english there in 1848. His address was 30 Schnalben strasse. "He entered the Royal Navy as a midshipman in 1812, with an allowance of £40 a year from his father (Francis junior, in the cavalry needed £200) In 1813 he joined the Menelaus in which Richard was serving, took part in unsuccessful hunting of American frigates in the Atlantic by a flying squadron, and then went ashore with the naval forces attacking Washington. As a very junior aide de camp he watched the burning of the White House and the Capitol. With no prospects of promotion after the end of the napoleonic and American Wars, he left the navy without taking his lieutenancy examination." Shortly before and after his brother Francis died in 1826, he was living at Llandevilog House, Brecons with his mother. With his brother, Edward, he successfully and unsuccessfulluy negotiated the sales of the Fowke estate. and as the senior resident son at Boughrood Castle in the 1830s, he carried most of the family troubles on his shoulders. His relaxations were angling and netting in the Wye, the season at Tenby and yachting in the Bristol Channel. He left Tenby after 1841, lived at one time at Glanhenwy with his brother, Edward. Then at Cologne and in London and eventually at Gunfort Terr., Tenby next door to Philip's widow and her daughter Laura, a governess.

Born: Hertford st, , , , England 3rd May 1798 Baptised: St George's Hanover Square, , , , England 3rd May 1798
Died: Ellenglaze, Cornwall, England 1st Jul 1873 Buried:
Family:
Fowke
  formerly of Brewood

Ancestors
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1.
Sunderland (Sun) Clay 
Fowke
(
Price
) 1798 - 1873
2.
Francis 
Fowke
(
Lowe
,
Lowe
) 1755 - 1819
4.
Joseph 
Fowke
(
Crofts
,
?
,
Walsh
,
Treacher
) 1716 - 1800
5.
Elizabeth (Eliza) 
Walsh
(
Fowke
) 1731 - ante 1769
3.
Mary 
Lowe
(
Fowke
,
Fowke
) 1769 - 1847
6.
Thomas 
Lowe
(
?
) ante 1747 - ante 1816
7.

Siblings


1.
William 
Fowke
1781 - 1795
2.
Francis 
Fowke
(
Phillips
) 1789 - 1826
3.
Henry 
Fowke
1790 - 1793
4.
Philip 
Fowke
liv. 1792
5.
Jane 
Fowke
(
Roberts
) ante 1792 - post 1826
6.
Mary 
Fowke
(
Watts
,
Williams
) 1792 - 1852
7.
Capt. John 
Fowke
(
Ferguson
,
Heany
,
Borthwick
) 1794 - 1851
8.
Lt. Richard 
Fowke
(
Phillipps
) 1795 - c. 1855
9.
Henrietta 
Fowke
1796 - 1864
10.
Robert 
Fowke
* 1798
11.
Edward 
Fowke
(
Nott
,
Prosser
) 1800 - 1872
12.
Robert 
Fowke
(
Games
) 1801 - 1865
13.
Philip 
Fowke
(
Probert
,
Baker
) 1802 - 1852
14.
Emmeline (Emily) 
Fowke
1804 - 1807
15.
Charles 
Fowke
(
Prosser
) 1805 - 1882
16.
Dr. Frederic 
Fowke
(
Gunter
) 1807 - 1863
17.
Eliza 
Fowke
(
Games
) 1809 - 1849
18.
Elisabeth 
Fowke
(
Bell
) 1809 - 1882

Spouses



1. St. Mary's, Tenby, Pembrokes., Wales 1834
Ann Llewellin 
Price
(
Fowke
) + 1837

Descendants
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a.
Ann Llewellin 
Price
(
Fowke
) + 1837
1.
Mary Frances (Fanny) Price 
Fowke
(
Holland
) 1836 - 1922
1a.
William (Teddy) Thomas 
Holland
(
Fowke
) 1830 - 1891
1.1.
William Sunderland 
Holland
1866 - c. 1866
1.2.
Flora Marianne 
Holland
1869 - 1894
2.
Ann(a) Jane Price 
Fowke
1837 - 1864
Sources

Census

Timeline


3rd May 1798Baptised England
3rd May 1798Born England
1834Married
Ann Llewellin 
Price
(
Fowke
) + 1837 Tenby, Pembrokes., Wales
16th Oct 1837Executor of the will of
Ann Llewellin 
Price
(
Fowke
) + 1837 (will)
1841Member of household in 1841 census (census) Tenby, Pembrokes., Wales
1871Lodger in 1871 census (census) Tenby, Pembrokes., Wales
1st Jul 1873Died Cornwall, England
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