HENRY SMITH ADLINGTON
|SURNAME:||Adlington||FORENAMES:||Henry Smith also recorded as Harry Smith||TITLE:||.||BORN:||21 03 1827||AT:||.||BAPTISED:||05 05 1827||AT:||St. Leonards Streatham Surrey||OCCUPATION[S]:||.||RELIGION/DENOMINATION:||.||FATHER:||Thomas Adlington||MOTHER:||Mary Smith||SIBLINGS:||Mary Smith Adlington
Born 18 09 1828
Baptised 02 10 1828 St Leonards Streatham Surrey
Married Sir Offley Penbury Wakeman of Perdiswell Hall, Claines, Shropshire, who died on 20 09 1858.
Sir Offley named Henry Smith Adlington as one of the executors of his will.
|OTHER RELATIONS:||.||NOTES:||Thomas Adlington and Mary Smith married 11 01 1825 Rodborough Gloucester||COMMISSIONED:||Ensign 11 02 1848||APPOINTED:||
Ensign 62nd Wiltshires 11 02 1848 by purchase, vice Ensign William Rudman
Lieutenant 62nd Wiltshires 06 07 1849 by purchase, vice Lieutenant John Southcote Mansergh
Lieutenant 4LD 04 09 1849 vice Lieutenant Martin Kirwan
Lieutenant 4LD 07 07 1851 vice Lieutenant Sutherland 9th Lancers
Captain 4LD 26 10 1854 without purchase, vice Captain Alexander Low
|EXCHANGED:||From 62nd Wiltshires to 4LD 04 09 1849||BREVET:||.||LOCAL RANK:||.||TROOP NO:||.||TROOP CAPTAIN:||.||EMBARKATIONS:||.||DISEMBARKATIONS:||.||CAMPAIGNS:||.||OTHER DUTIES:||.||MEDALS:||Crimea - Alma, Inkerman clasps, list dated 07 01 1855||COURT MARTIALS:||.||RESIGNED:||.||RETIRED:||.||HALF-PAY:||.||MEDICAL REASON:||.||CASHIERED:||.||NOTES:||Had left the army by the time of his marriage||POST DISCHARGE MILITARY SERVICE:||.||POST DISCHARGE OCCUPATION[S]:||Lord of the Manor, Holme Hale Hall near Bradenham, Norfolk
The living of the Church of St. Mary in East Bradenham was in the gift of Henry Smith Adlington and was awarded to the following clergy:
In April 1848 to Rev. George William Winter, Clerk
In July 1872 to Rev. Lewis Richard Charles Bagot, clerk, B.A.
In 1879 to Rev. Edward George Adlington Winter M.A. of Keble College, Oxford
In July 1891 to Rev. William Ray Eaton, Clerk, B.A.
|DIED:||2Q/1893 Swaffham 66 years||BURIED:||.||NOTES:||The east window of the church of St. Andrew, Holme Hale, Norfolk depicts a memorial to Henry Smith Adlington. It was erected in 1895 and cost £150.||WILL:||.||BENEFICIARY:||.||NEXT OF KIN:||.||PRIZE MONEY:||.||NOTES:||.||1ST WIFE:||Emma Jean CAMPBELL||MARRIED:||24 04 1856 at St Peter's, Weasenham, Norfolk.
Groom Henry Smith Adlington Esq., late Captain in the 4LD, of East Bradenham, Norfolk
|NOTES:||Emma Jean, second daughter of the Rev. Charles Campbell, vicar of Weasenham, Norfolk||CHILD:||Henry Campbell||BORN:||3Q/1865 Kensington||DIED:||04 05 1866 aged 8 months Holme Hale Hall Norfolk||NOTES:||.||CHILD:||Mary Campbell||BORN:||.||NOTES:||Married 2Q/1893 Swaffham to the Rev. Horatio George Broke, M.A. Rector of Melton Suffolk||TNA SOURCES:||WO/12/656
|BL SOURCES:||.||LONDON GAZETTES:||No. 21015, 11 02 1848
No. 20996, 06 07 1849
No. 21635, 01 12 1854
|HART'S ARMY LISTS:||1849, 1855||PRESS/ALMANACKS:||
The United Service Magazine, Volume 61 by Arthur William Alsager Pollock, 1849
A List of the Officers of the Army and of the Corps of Royal Marines War Office 1855-1856
Bulletins and Other State Intelligence 1850
Walford's county families of the United Kingdom, 1913
Kelly's Directory for Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & Suffolk, 1883
Newcastle Courant 07 04 1848
Morning Chronicle 05 09 1849
Morning Chronicle 28 04 1856
Freeman's Journal 30 04 1856
Ipswich Journal 12 05 1866
Ipswich Journal 03 08 1872
Ipswich Journal 04 07 1891
|OTHER SOURCES:|| Honour the Light Brigade
4th Light Dragoons Index