1860 - 1936
Grey, Great grandson of the 1st earl Grey. Eldest son. Major R (Raleigh) Grey (of the Iniskilling Dragoons, who was Officer Commanding the troop who took part in the ill-fated Jameson Raid; Grey later settled in Rhodesia and became a member of the Southern Rhodesia Legislative Council) "Ranche House Location Harare - CBD Designers J.A. Cope-Christie Date 1899 Original Client United Rhodesian Goldfields Company, Mining concern Style Discussion J.A. Cope-Christie, was commisioned in 1895 to design 'The Ranche' for the United Rhodesian Goldfields Company on a large potion of land at the foot of the Kopje - nicknamed thus because of its size. It served as residence of Colonel Raleigh Grey, the company's managing director, and was eventually sold to the Government in 1927. When it was completed in 1899, The Ranche was the first gas lit house in the town. The house formed a 'U' shape around a rear court; the south leg of which extends to provide a kictechen and pantry, while the other rooms of the house are arranged on both sides of the central paasge, following the shape of the plan. The front of the house is enveloped by a wide and a keystoned basket arch, supported on well-formed rectangular pilasters, ushers the small paned Venetian doors behind it. The most distinctive feature of this well preserved house is the verandah, with a heavy timber beam with dentilated eaves and supported on elegant Doric columns. The central facade is punctuated by an oversized gable which provides a clasical portico supported on large rusticated square piers. The well preserved building, today serves as the administrative heart of Ranche House College." "R.M.S. Saxon "The following passengers will leave for England to-morrow 12th October 1923 by the R.M.S. Saxon: Lieut.-Col. Sir Raleigh Grey K.B.E., C.V.O. Mr and Mrs Montgomery Walker Mr T.K. Bingant Mr Carlyle Gall Mr and Mrs J Harman Mr and Mrs J.H.Lax Mr F. Rudd Mr A.O. Kufal, K.S.S., J.P. Mr J. and Miss M. Morrison Miss O.N. Persse Mr C.W. Walton Mr C.H.R. Horwood Rev E. Miller Mr A.L. Taylor Lieut.-Col. Watkins Pitchford Miss MacMahon Rt. Rev, the Lord Bishop of Nyasaland, Mr G. A. Colclough Mrs J. Hume Mr Bernard Price Mr C. S., Mrs and Master White Mr and Mrs de Graef Mr J. E. Trainer Mrs J. Trainer Mr M. Tilman Miss N. Armstrong Miss E. McCormick Miss N. Pain Miss L. Lee Mrs J. R. and Miss Forsyth" This is a transcription of the Shipping Lists from South Africa Magazine dated July 24, 1909. LISTS OF PASSENGERS ARRIVALS Per the R.M.S. Carisbrook Castle, which arrived at Southampton last Saturday: Mr. J. D. Albertyn General G. G. Aston Mrs. Aston Mr. Abe Bailey Mr. R. Bennion Colonel Beves Mrs. Beves Master Beves Mr. Chas. Bidwell Mrs. Bidwell Major. T. H. Blew Mr. H. M. Blomfield Mrs. Blomfield Dr. W. E. Bok The Right Hon. Louis Botha, P.C., M.L.A. Mrs. Botha Hon. H. R. Brand Mr. Van Breda Hon. Albert Browne, I.S.O., M.L.C. Colonel Carden Dr. H. Cokery Mrs. Cokery Major Davidson Sir George Farrar, D.S.O., M.L.A. Major Fife Hon. A. Fischer Mrs. Fischer Mr. Harry Fischer Sir J. Percy Fitzpatrick, M.L.A. Lady Fitzpatrick Colonel Raleigh Grey Mrs. H. Greenhalgh The Hon. J. B. M. Hertzog, M.L.A. Captain C. T. Holland, R.H.A. Hon. H. C. Hull, M.L.A. Mrs. Hull Mr. P. H. Kerr Mr. E. F. C. Lane Hon. J. W. Leonard, K.C. Mrs. Leonard Mr. J. MacIlvenna Right Hon. F. R. Moor, P.C., M.L.A., D.C.L. Mr. C. O. Martin Mr. G. T. Plowman, C.M.G. Mrs. Plowman The Misses Plowman Mr. J. W. Quinn, M.L.A. Mr. B. F. P. Romer Mr. R. O. Schwarz Mr. Jas. Searle, M.L.A. Miss L. Searle Mr. W. B. Sexton The Hon. J. C. Smuts, M.L.A. The Hon. W. T. Steyn Mrs. Steyn Mr. W. C. H. Tripp Miss J. J. Wall Mr. B. P. Wall Hon. Thomas Watt, M.L.A. Mrs. Watt Mr. J. Boley Mr. Chambers Mrs. Chambers Master Chambers Mr. D. J. Clark Mrs. Clark Miss L. E. Craig Mr. J. Crawford Mr. C. Curtis Master J. C. Curtis Mr. Daniels Mr. F. Dewar Mr. C. C. Dobell Lieut. J. H. Elverson Miss M. Escott Miss E. A. George Mr. W. S. Gilchrist Major J. E. James Mr. Jordan Mr. George King Mrs. T. H. Lee Mr. Marsh Miss Mickie Rev. W. B. Rubusana Mrs. Webb Master Webb Miss E. Wilson Miss E. Woodhead Descendants of Oswald Smith : Oswald Smith (1794-1863) m. 1824 Henrietta Mildred Hodgson (ca 1805-1891) (daughter of Very Reverend Robert Hodgson and Mary Tucker) 1. Oswald Smith (1826-1902) m. 1856 Rose Sophia Vansittart (?-1892) (daughter of Arthur Vansittart) 1.1. Basil Smith (1861-1928) m. 1893 Rose Marguerite Somerset (?-1942) (daughter of Charles Somerset and Victoria FitzGibbon) 1.1.1. Nancy Smith (1896-1962) 1.2. Rupert Smith (1864-1928) 1.3. Maurice Smith (1866-between 1939 and 1945) 1.4. Mary Smith (?-1905) 2. Isabella (Isabel) Smith (ca 1826-1907) m. 1847 Cadogan Hodgson, later Hodgson-Cadogan (1826-1888) (son of Major William Hodgson and Sarah Cadogan) 2.1. Arthur Hodgson-Cadogan (1849-1896) 2.2. Mary Isabel Cadogan (ca 1850-1936) m. (1) 1870 Major Alexander Henry Browne (1845-1898) (son of Major Alexander Browne and Helena Gwynifred Foreman ) m. ( 2) 1901 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Raleigh Grey (1860-1936) (son of Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Grey and Christina Jones) issue by m. (1) 2.2.1. Major Alexander Browne (1871-1961) m. (1) 1894 Edith Cookson (...-1923) (daughter of George Cookson and Agnes Hunter) m. (2) 1926 Lady Enid Scudamore-Stanhope (...-...) (daughter of Honourable Evelyn Scudamore-Stanhope) issue by m. (1) 220.127.116.11. Major Alexander Browne (1895-...) m. 1918 Dorothy Howard (...-...) (daughter of Major F.C.J. Howard) 18.104.22.168.1. Ursula Browne (1919- ) m. 1948 Lieutenant-Colonel David Bateson (...- ) (son of Ernest Bateson and Jessie Mayhew) 22.214.171.124.1.1. Rosemary Bateson (1949- ) 126.96.36.199.1.2. Alexander Bateson (1954- ) 188.8.131.52.2. Dorothy Browne (1923) 184.108.40.206. Major Anthony Browne (1898-...) m. 1924 Alice Lyons (...-...) (daughter of Dr. Charles Lyons) 220.127.116.11.1. Olga Browne (1928- ) m. 1952 Michael Kerr (...- ) 18.104.22.168.1.1. Priscilla Kerr (1954- ) 22.214.171.124.1.2. Diana Kerr (1957- ) 126.96.36.199.2. Nicholas Browne (1929- ) m. 1954 Marguerite Morris-Eyton (1933- ) (daughter of Colonel Charles Morris-Eyton and Marie Robertson-Grant) 188.8.131.52.2.1. Juliet Browne (1955-1959) 184.108.40.206.2.2. Francis Marie Browne (1957- ) 220.127.116.11.2.3. Georgina Browne (1960- ) 18.104.22.168.2.4. Alexander Browne (1962- ) issue by m. (2) 22.214.171.124. Angus Browne (1929- ) m. 1963 Darea Blackwood (...- ) (daughter of Francis Blackwood and Mrs. Bilbe-Robinson) 2.2.2. Montague Browne (1872-1931) m. 1903 Kate Hodson (...-1947) (daughter of James Hodson) 126.96.36.199. Patience Browne (...-...) m. 1932 Francis Augustine Borissow (...-...) (son of Reverend L. Borrisow) 188.8.131.52. Mavis Browne (...-1915) 2.2.3. Gwynifred Browne (...-1963) m. 1898 Colonel Frank Wormald (...-1915) (son of John Wormald) 2.2.4. Ethelswyth Browne (...-...) m. 1895 Colonel Miles Tristram (1870-1952) (son of William Tristram and Elizabeth Halton) 184.108.40.206. Joyce Tristram (1899-...) 220.127.116.11. Barbara Tristram (1902-...) 2.2.5. Phyllis Browne (...-...) m. (1) 1896 (divorced 1906) Captain Henry Bellville (1866-1930) (son of William Bellville and Emma Magor) m. (2) ... Major Walter Neilson (...-1941) 18.104.22.168. Lucy Bellville (1898-...) m. 1922 Oswald Thompson (...-...) (son of Sidney Thompson) issue (details unknown) 22.214.171.124. Colin Bellville (1901-1958) m. 1928 Kathleen Beastall (...-...) (daughter of Norman Beastall) 2.2.6. Veronica Browne (1885-...) m. 1908 Arthur Wormald (...-1953) (son of John Wormald) 126.96.36.199. N... Wormald (a son) (...- ) 188.8.131.52. N... Wormald (a son) (...- ) -- Univ. wales holds: Abstract of title of Colonel Raleigh Grey to properties in Swansea settled by the will of the Reverend Calvert Jones 1877-1906; sale particulars of the remaining portion of the Calvert Jones Estate in the town of Swansea: lots 1-235, 1906; conveyance: Colonel Raleigh Grey and others to Charles Frede...
|Born: 1860||Baptised: |
|Died: London, , , England 10th Jan 1936 ||Buried: |