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Maud Albinia Selwyn 1862 -
Maud Albinia Selwyn 1862 -
 
 
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Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral
 
 
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Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with quire pulpit
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with quire pulpit
 
 
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Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with Selwyn Arms above
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with Selwyn Arms above
The woodwork to the left is the quire pulpit 
 
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Memorial to Henry Thomas and Harriette Selwyn in Beaumaris Church
Memorial to Henry Thomas and Harriette Selwyn in Beaumaris Church
 
 
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Memorial to John Bray and Sarah daughter of Jasper and Joan Selwyn, King's Stanley Church
Memorial to John Bray and Sarah daughter of Jasper and Joan Selwyn, King's Stanley Church
Sacred to the memory of
JOHN BRAY of Frampton
who died April 9th 1797 aged 81
Also of SARAH his wife Daur of
JASPER and JOAN SELWYN
who died July 9th 1768 aged 58
Also of MARY his Daughter.
who died July 3rd 1768, aged 27.
Also of ELIZABETH
Grandaughter of the above
JOHN BRAY
who died Aug 13th 1801 aged 26
and lies interred at St. Mary's, Manchester
"The memory of the just is blessed" 
 
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Memorial to Rev. John Selwyn and his wife Bridget in Salisbury Cathedral
Memorial to Rev. John Selwyn and his wife Bridget in Salisbury Cathedral
 
 
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MI for Congreve Selwyn, M.D.
MI for Congreve Selwyn, M.D.
Holy Trinity, Cheltenham 
 
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Monument to Thomas Kynaston Selwyn in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge
Monument to Thomas Kynaston Selwyn in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge
Translation:-

In memory of Thomas Kynaston Selwyn, B.A., a pupil at Eton and then a Scholar of this College. He was called from this world, by a death less untimely for him than for his family, on 4th July 1834 at the age of twenty-one.

His lofty intelligence and love of literature were complemented by a chaste life, a modest mind and an unusual sense of propriety.

The College granted a space for his name to be commemorated, and his loving parents and brothers saw to the erection of this marble inscription as a memorial to his piety.

His remains are buried in Chester Cathedral.

He will rise again.
[Carved by] Tomson & Son, Cambridge 
 
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Names of those in the procession
Names of those in the procession
 
 
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Obligation of marriage between Charles Selwyn and Mary Houblon
Obligation of marriage between Charles Selwyn and Mary Houblon
 
 
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Obligation of marriage between John Selwyn and Mary Farrington
Obligation of marriage between John Selwyn and Mary Farrington
 
 
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Old Baron's Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk
Old Baron's Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk
Home of the Gwyn family 
 
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Percy Henry Selwyn, Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Notman & Sandham
Percy Henry Selwyn, Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Notman & Sandham
More information from the McCord Museum, Canada 
 
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Plaque in memory of Henry and Ruth Selwyn and their children Albinia and Hannah
Plaque in memory of Henry and Ruth Selwyn and their children Albinia and Hannah
 
 
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Plaque to the memory of three children of William Selwyn
Plaque to the memory of three children of William Selwyn
 
 
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Poppy and Frank Selwyn, Leila May Joseph and Edna Florence Selwyn
Poppy and Frank Selwyn, Leila May Joseph and Edna Florence Selwyn
 
 
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Poppy, Frank and Peter Selwyn and Leila May Joseph
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Portrait of Clara Selwyn (nee Long-Innes), first wife of John Richardson Selwyn, second Bishop of Melanesia.
Portrait of Clara Selwyn (nee Long-Innes), first wife of John Richardson Selwyn, second Bishop of Melanesia.
Selwyn family :Photographs. Ref: PAColl-9823-2. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/22867581

Died Norfolk Island in 1877.

Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - Clara Selwyn 1st wife of John Richardson Selwyn, mother of Margaret, Rebie, and Stephen. 
 
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Portrait of George Augustus Selwyn and his pug Raton by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1776)
Portrait of George Augustus Selwyn and his pug Raton by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1776)
 
 
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Portrait of William Selwyn (1775-1855).
Portrait of William Selwyn (1775-1855).
Selwyn family :Photographs. Ref: PAColl-9823-1-01. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/23200885

Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - William Selwyn. b Mar 31 AD 1775. d July 28 AD 1855. 
 
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Rev. Congreve Selwyn
Rev. Congreve Selwyn
Considered to be a very good likeness
by my mother; his only surviving
daughter - Novr 12th 1847
Transferred from an open paper
cutting taken in the latter period of
his life. - Wm Selwyn Morris 
 
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Rev. Edward John Selwyn 1822-1893
Rev. Edward John Selwyn 1822-1893
 
 
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Rev. Edward Selwyn 1793-1867
Rev. Edward Selwyn 1793-1867
Drawn by Langdon.
Engraved by Lewis.
 
 
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Rev. Herbert Edward Selwyn
Rev. Herbert Edward Selwyn
 
 
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Rev. Herbert Gordon Selwyn
Rev. Herbert Gordon Selwyn
 
 
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Rev. S.A. Selwyn
Rev. S.A. Selwyn
 
 
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Rev.Sydney G. Selwyn 1821-1898
Rev.Sydney G. Selwyn 1821-1898
 
 
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Robert Jasper Selwyn
Robert Jasper Selwyn
 
 
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Rose Selwyn (nee Rusden) 1825-
Rose Selwyn (nee Rusden) 1825-
 
 
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Rosemary's 50<sup>th</sup> birthday party
Rosemary's 50th birthday party
 
 
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Rt. Rev. George Theodore Selwyn
Rt. Rev. George Theodore Selwyn
 
 
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Rt. Rev. William Marshall Selwyn
Rt. Rev. William Marshall Selwyn
 
 
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Ruth Selwyn (nee Compton)
Ruth Selwyn (nee Compton)
 
 
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Sarah Harriet Richardson
Sarah Harriet Richardson
 
 
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Sarah Harriet Selwyn
Sarah Harriet Selwyn
 
 
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Sir J Richardson
Sir J Richardson
Phillips, Henry Wyndham, 1820-1868. Phillips, Henry Wyndham, 1820-1868 :Sir J Richardson (Father of Sarah Harriet Richardson, G A Selwyn's wife) / Henry W Phillips, 1837.. Ref: A-439-018. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/23125763

Shows the English judge Sir John Richardson, father of Bishop George Augustus Selwyn's wife, seated in an upright wooden chair with armrests and maroon leather upholstery. In his right hand he holds a piece of paper and in his left hand, resting in his lap, he holds a pair of reading glasses. A small table stands at the right, holding a sloped bookstand supporting an open book, another open book on the tabletop, and a small handbell. Richardson wears a double-breasted jacket with a high wide collar. 
 
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Sir John and Lady Richardson
Sir John and Lady Richardson
Artist unknown :[Sir John and Lady Richardson. 1830-1838?]. Ref: A-439-015. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/22874332

A double portrait of the parents of Bishop Selwyn's wife, Sarah Harriet Richardson. Shows the judge Sir John Richardson seated in an armchair at the left, and his wife seated at the right with her hand gently placed on her husband's left forearm. She wears a full blue cap, a white dress with a broad frilled collar and a blue waistband, and a blue shawl draped around her shoulders. In her lap her hand rests on the pages of an open book. Sir John wears a double breasted navy blue jacket with two rows of silver buttons. At the far left on a table beside him, a quill pen stands in an inkpot, beside a partly visible book. The setting is the corner of a sitting room, with part of a portrait of a woman in Regency dress seen above a closed door in the background. Heavy pink curtains hang at upper right, and at left, where the curtains hangs over a gilt-framed picture. 
 
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Teresa Spens
Teresa Spens
At Selwyn College, Cambridge attending the celebration of the bicentenary of her great-grandfather George Augustus Selwyn on 17th April 2009. 
 
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The Out of Town party
The Out of Town party
George Selwyn, Gilly Williams and Dick Edgcumbe at Strawberry Hill
by Sir Joshua Reynolds
@ The Bristol Museum & Art Gallery 
 
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The Out of Town Party. Sir Joshua Reynolds (1781)
The Out of Town Party. Sir Joshua Reynolds (1781)
Left to right: George Selwyn, George James Williams, Richard Edgecumbe 
 
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The rectors of Kilmington
The rectors of Kilmington
The board recording the rectors of Kilmington within Kilmington church 
 
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The Selwyn monument in Ely Cathedral.
The Selwyn monument in Ely Cathedral.
Taken from the BSHS website entry about the Ely Solar Astronomers by Mark Hurn of the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge. 
 
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Theodosia Betenson D. 1749
Theodosia Betenson D. 1749
If you know current whereabouts of this portrait please contact us 
 
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Thomas, First Viscount Sydney B. 1733 D 1800
Thomas, First Viscount Sydney B. 1733 D 1800
Fron the picture by Gilbert Stuart 
 
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Three Selwyn women and a friend
Three Selwyn women and a friend
Three Selwyn women and a friend. Selwyn family :Photographs. Ref: PAColl-9823-1-47. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/23015867

Three Selwyn women identified as Margaret Elizabeth Selwyn, Rebie Sarah Selwyn, and D Selwyn, and a friend tentatively identified as Mrs Knott?? Photographed by an unknown photographer in about 1915. 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1956
UK, Navy Lists for 1956
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1956
UK, Navy Lists for 1956
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1956
UK, Navy Lists for 1956
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1958
UK, Navy Lists for 1958
 
 

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