Family:Claud Hamilton and Elizabeth Proby (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2] 7 Aug 1844 Lambeth, London, England
Abt 1851

Family History

On 7 August 1844, the Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton of Argyll House, Middlesex, son of James Hamilton, Viscount, deceased, and Elizabeth Emma Proby of Lowndes Square, (Belgravia,) Middlesex, daughter of the Hon. Granville Leveson Proby, were married by special licence at the Chapel at Lambeth Palace in Lambeth, Surrey, by W. Cantuan.[1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Church of England. Parish of St Mary at Lambeth (Surrey). Parish Registers, 1538–1971. (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981–2000), London Metropolitan Archives, City of London P85/MRY1/418. Register of marriages, Jan. 1844–March 1845, p. 234, no. 467.

    Digital image in London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754–1931 ( : accessed 17 Oct. 2017).

    “1844. Marriage solemnized in the Chapel of the Archbp's Palace Lambeth in the County of Surrey, 7th August 1844; Claud Hamilton commonly called Lord Claud Hamilton, of full age, Bachelor, [rank] Honorable, [residence] Argyll House Middx, [father] James Hamilton (decd), Viscount; Elizabeth Emma Proby, of full age, Spinster, [residence] Lowndes Square Middlx, [father] Granville Leveson Proby, Honorable; Married in the Chapel of Lambeth Palace according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Special Licence, by me W. Cantuan”; signed by Claud Hamilton, Elizabeth Emma Proby; wit. [multiple signatures].

  2. England. General Register Office. General Index: Marriages Registered in England and Wales in the Months of July, August and September 1844, pp 148, 281.

    “HAMILTON, Claud (Viscount)” and “PROBY, Elizabeth Emma”, dist. Lambeth, vol. 4, p. 318.