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Lady Hotham

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Memorial at St. David's Church, Exeter. Image 2021.
Memorial at St. David's Church, Exeter. Image 2021.

Lady Hotham (c1817-1907)

1817 January 14th. Born Jane Sarah Hood in Marylebone, the daughter of Samuel Hood, 2nd Baron Bridport and Charlotte Mary Nelson, Duchesa di Bronté.

1838 January 04th. Married Hugh Holbech, K.C.B. R.N. (1811-1849). Son of William Holbech and Lucy Bowles. She was 21 years of age.

1853 December 10th. Married Captain Sir Charles Hotham, K.C.B. R.N. (1806-1855), son of Rev. Hon. Frederick Hotham and Anne Elizabeth Hodges, M., on 10th Dec 1853. [She was 36 years of age.] He died in Melbourne, Australia and Lady Jane Sarah returned to the UK in 1856.

1860 Married Captain William Armytage (1821-1872) on 30 Aug 1860. She was 43 years of age. No issue.

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