John Pablo Bryce

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John Pablo Bryce of Bystock Court, Exmouth, Devon (10 October 1846 in Callao, Peru – 3 March 1901 in Rome, Italy) was a member of the British gentry.


Son of John Paul Bryce (1817 in Edinburgh – 9 March 1888 in Biarritz), founder of the Bryce & Co. ship company and the General South American Bank, and full partner in the W. R. Grace and Company, who went to Peru between 1837 and 1862, where he married at Callao, on 11 June 1845 Gertrudis María de los Dolores de Vivero y Morales (Lima, 16 November 1824 - Paris, 1895); paternal grandson of Francis Bryce and first wife Janet Weddle, and maternal grandson of José Pascual de Vivero y Salaverría, Governor of Guayaquil, and wife Lucía Morales.


He held the office of Sheriff of Devon in 1896.[1]

Marriage and issue[edit]

He married in Paris in 1870/71 con María de las Mercedes González de Candamo y Iriarte (24 May 1849 in Lima – 2 August 1929 in San Sebastián), sister of Manuel González de Candamo e Iriarte (1841–1904), President of Peru (1903–1904). They had, at least, five sons and two daughters:[2]


  1. ^ "No. 26720". The London Gazette. 10 March 1896. p. 1596.
  2. ^ The Peruvian Genealogical Studies Institute.
  3. ^ Paul John Bryce - The Peerage
  4. ^ Captain Charles Alexander Bryce - The Peerage
  5. ^ British History > Spies and Spymasters > Ivar Bryce
  6. ^ The Mountbattens of Milford Haven ancestry
  7. ^ The Peruvian Genealogical Studies Institute.