Juckes Granville Juckes-Clifton

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Sir Juckes Granville Juckes-Clifton, 8th Baronet (1769—1852) was 8th Baronet Clifton of Clifton, Nottinghamshire.[1] and High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire in 1820.


He was the second son of Sir Gervase Clifton, 6th Baronet, and wife Frances. He was educated at Rugby School.

He married in 1794 Margaret de Lancy, daughter of James de Lancy of Bath. They had no children.

He married again in 1821, to Marianne Swinfen[2] (d 1860), daughter of John Swinfen of Swinfen, Staffordshire. The children from this marriage were:


In 1790 he inherited the estate of his great-uncle the Rev. Juckes Egerton, of Trelydon, Montgomeryshire, and assumed by Royal Licence the sole surname of Juckes.

He succeeded his brother Sir Robert Clifton, 7th Baronet as 8th Baronet in 1837,[3] and consequently took the additional surname of Clifton by Royal Licence. He courted local controversy when he attempted to close off public access to the Clifton Grove walk on his estate[4] and after a public outcry, this was abandoned.[5]

He served as High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire in 1840.

Sir Juckes restored St. Mary's Church, Clifton at his own expense in 1852.

Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Sir Robert Clifton
(of Clifton, Nottinghamshire)
Succeeded by
Robert Juckes Clifton


  1. ^ The Baronetage of England. William Courthope 1839
  2. ^ Dyott's diary, 1781-1845: a selection from the journal of William Dyott, sometime general in the British army and aide-de-camp to His Majesty King George III. A. Constable, 1907
  3. ^ The Annual register, or, A view of the history and politics of the year. J.G. & F. Rivington, 1853
  4. ^ "Clifton Family of Clifton: A Brief History". Nottingham University.  Retrieved on 23 September 2008.
  5. ^ The Midland counties railway companion. Also, guides to the London and Birmingham, and Birmingham and Derby junction railways. Midland counties railway 1840