Thomas Plumer Halsey
On 23 January 1839, he married Frederica, the only child of General Frederick Johnston, at Marylebone. Halsey, his wife and his infant son, Ethelbert Arthur Sackville Halsey, were drowned in the shipwreck of the steamer Ercolano in the Gulf of Genoa, along with 13 other English passengers. Fellow passenger Sir Robert Peel survived by swimming. The older son, Frederick Halsey, survived as he was a pupil at Eton at the time. He went on to become the 1st of the Halsey Baronets.
- 'The Gentleman's Magazine' June 1854 pg 649
- British Records Halsey Marriages for England and Wales - 1837-1946
- 'The Gentleman's Magazine' June 1854 pg 650
- The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal: Being a Complete Table of All the Descendants Now Living of Edward III, King of England. By the Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval. Pub: T.C. and E.C. Jack, London. (1905-1911).
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Thomas Plumer Halsey
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Abel Smith, snr
Granville Dudley Ryder
|Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire
With: Abel Smith, snr to 1847
Granville Dudley Ryder to 1847
Sir Henry Meux, Bt. from 1847
Thomas Trevor, 22nd Baron Dacre 1847–1852
Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton from 1852
Abel Smith, jnr
Sir Henry Meux, Bt.
Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton