Birth: 17 August 1843

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Toxteth, Liverpool, Lancashire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 19 June 1894 - Aged 50

Place or Registered Place of Death: St. George's, Hanover Square, Middlesex

Father: John Paget

Mother: Elizabeth Rathbone

Spouse(s): Frances Edith Nugent Vaughan

Date of Marriage: 15 January 1873

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Steyning, Sussex

Children:

Angela Frances Mary Paget (1875-1946)
Kathleen Isabel Marion Paget (1878-)
Mabel Edith Clare Paget (1881-1949)
Dorothea Elizabeth Louisa Paget (1885-1958)
Thomas Guy Frederick Paget (1886-1952)

Notes:

Thomas Guy Paget, son of John and Elizabeth and heir to his childless uncle Thomas, married in 1873 Frances E. Nugent Vaughan, daughter of Frances, Viscountess Forbes.

Alumni Cantabrigienses - 1953
Paget, Thomas Guy. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 10, 1862. S. of John, of 46, Euston Square, London [barrister and Metropolitan Police Magistrate] (and Elizabeth, dau. of William Rathbone, of Green Bank, Liverpool). B. [Aug. 17], 1843, at Liverpool. School, University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1862. Partner with his uncle in a Leicester bank. Succeeded his uncle, Thomas Tertius Paget, at Ibstock and Humberstone, Leics., and at Oxendon, Northants., 1892. J. P. for Leics. Married, Jan. 15, 1873, Frances Edith Nugent, dau. of Thomas Nugent Vaughan, and had issue. Died June 19, 1894. (Burke, L.G.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Who's Who (sub his son Thomas Guy Frederick, M.P.); Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.)

The Plantagenet Roll of the Royal Blood
Frances Edith Vaughan, younger dau. of Thomas Nugent Vaughan, m. (at Hove) 15 Jan. 1873, Thomas Guy Paget, only son of John Paget of The Boltons, Kensington.

John Paget, letter to his son Guy, 3 Sept. 1867.
(preserved in Leicestershire Record Office)
46 Euston Sq. N.W. 3rd Sept 1867

My Dear Guy,

[the letter begins by warning Guy against a certain George Melly] . . . impulsive, hasty,inaccurate, mere wax in the hands of such a man as your uncle Tertius & his judgmentis, in no degree, to be relied upon. His account of Grandmother may have some foun- 5 LRO DE/4795/49. The letter survives in the form of a typewritten copy, to which notes have beenappended, presumably by Reginald, Lord Paget. The first few lines have been omitted.

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150 dation in fact (because of her age). As to your Aunt Géraldine she has played for £20,000 a year, she has got it & may possibly now find how very little mere moneymay do. Let us look back at the facts. Your Grandfather promised me an equal share inhis property with your uncle. Your grandmother., your Uncle and your aunt Géraldinepractising on his fears and his enfeebled intellect induced him to leave almost thewhole of his property to your Uncle Tertius and that made his latter years miserablewith remorse for the injustice he had inflicted on me, on your mother, your sister andyourself. Finding himself compelled to devise some excuse for thus appropriating my propertyto himself your Uncle invented the most abominable slander on my conduct & character& though repeatedly challenged either to prove their truth or to admit their falsehood hedoes neither. Is it possible for you with a fitting regard to the respect due to me & toyourself to take any step towards the renewal of intercourse with such a man? By your Grandmother's desire I went to Hastings in April (last year) & had a longinterview with her. She feels no interest in me, in your mother, your sister or yourself.Every feeling is centred on your Uncle Tertius and she desires a renewal of intercoursebecause she feels that whilst we stand aloof her great wealth is no protection against thecontempt of the world. The great desire of your Uncle has been to create dissension amongst us. Hitherto hehas failed. I hope he will continue to do so. I cannot conceal from you that if you were togo to Humberstone it would place me in a position of great difficulty & discomfort. You& I should then be pursuing antagonistic lines of conduct. Your Uncle Tertius wouldimmediately say - cYou see as soon as Guy is a free man he takes the first opportunity ofrepudiating his father & marking his disapproval of his conduct'. Others would impute toyou (falsely I know) a desire to make up with your Uncle for the sake of his wealth. When I talked these matters fully over with Sir John McNeill & asked him if he wouldgive me any advice or suggestion he said 'The only advice I can give you is to do nothingthat shall fetter the future action either of yourself or of Guy. It is impossible to foreseewhat may occur. Do nothing'. Upon this I have acted, & I have felt the wisdom of theadvice. If you were to take the step you suggest you would greatly fetter my future actions. My very earnest advice is that you should not go to Humberstone. If after reading this letter & reconsidering the matter you do not agree with me at anyrate do nothing until you have seen me. On a matter of so much importance you mightpossibly ask for leave of absence for a day & as one that concerns me so it is notunreasonable that I should be fully consulted before you act. I sit at the Thames Thursday, Friday & Saturday in this week. I have very good accounts of your Mother. Let me hear from you. Believe me, always my dear Guy, most affectly. yrs. J.P.

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1851 Census:

Green Bank, Toxteth Park Extra Parochial, Liverpool, Lancashire
Thomas and his mother were living with his maternal grandparents
William Rathbone - Head - Married - 63 - Merchant - Liverpool
Elizabeth Rathbone - Wife - 60 - Manchester
Elizabeth Paget - Daughter - Married - 38 - 1813
Thomas Guy Paget - Grandson - 7 - 1844 - Toxteth Park, Lancashire
Agnes Rathbone - Daughter - Unmarried - 30 - 1821 - Liverpool
Samuel G. Rathbone - Son - Unmarried - 28 - 1823 - Merchant - Cottem - Liverpool

1861 Census:

2, Beach Cottages, Crescent, St Mary In The Castle, Hastings, Sussex
Elizabeth Paget - Head - Married - 48 - Barrister's Wife - Liverpool
Thomas G. Paget - Son - Unmarried - 17 - Student - Liverpoool
Mary M. Paget - Daughter - 6 - Scholar - Liverpool

1881 Census:

68, St Georges Rd, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex
Thos. G. Paget - Head - Married - 37 - 1844 - Merchant in Eastern Trade - Toxteth Park
Frances E.N. Paget - Wife - 33 - 1848 - Castle Forbes, Ireland
Angela F.M. Paget - Daughter - 6 - 1875 - Westminster, Middlesex
Kathleen I.M. Paget - Daughter - 2 - 1879 - Westminster
Mabel E.C. Paget - Daughter - Under 3 Months - 1881 - Westminster
Angela F.M.A.L. Vaughan - Sister-in-Law - Single - 36 - 1845 - Chelsea

1891 Census:

House, Leigh Park, Havant, Waterlooville, Hampshire
Living with his Brother-in-Law, Frederick FitZ???
Guy Paget - Brother-in-Law - Married - 47 - 1844 - Banker - Liverpool, Lancashire
Mary Paget - Niece - 16 - 1875 - London
Kathleen - Niece - 12 - 1879 - London
Mabel - Niece - 10 - 1881 - London
Dorothea - Niece - 5 - 1886 - Thames Ditton
Thomas - Nephew - 4 - 1887 - Thames Ditton
Edith Paget - Sister-in-Law - 43 - 1848 - Longford, Ireland
Violet - Niece - 21 - 1870 - London

Thomas Guy Paget