Philip Edward VIZARD 1843 - 1924
Third son of Edward VIZARD 1810 – 1888 and Ann FOLEY 1815 – 1902
Born 23rd January 1843, Grimley, Worcestershire
Died 7th February 1924, Hampstead, London
Married Lousia Cadbury BAYNES 1847 – 1927.
From the Family Bible
Written in the Bible that originally belonged to his grandmother
Anna Maria Weight 1783 – 1830.
The handwriting is probably that of his mother Ann Vizard (née Foley) 1815 - 1902.
On the 28th ult., at Penrhyndendraeth, North Wales (by the Rev. Canon Baynes, vicar of St. Michael's Coventry, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. David Morgan, vicar of the parish). Philip Edward Vizard, of the Exchequer of Pleas office, son of Edward Vizard, Esq., of Sissinghurst, Kent, to Louisa Cadbury, eldest daughter of John Ash Baynes, Esq. of Hampstead: also, at the same time and place, Helton Arnold, eldest son of J. A. Baynes, Esq., to Ellen Mary, second daughter of Joseph Foster, Esq., of Bristol.
The Intellectual
Philip, the next son, was the intellectual of the family, and was in the Legal Profession and quite well-off. He had a large house in Hampstead, which was the centre of the intelligentsia of the period. His wife was the aunt of the world-famous archaeologist, Sir Mortimer Wheeler. They belonged to numerous intellectual and scientific societies and saw very little of the group of relatives at Ealing.
I only remember seeing him once when I was quite small.
Frances Ann Roper, née Hubbard, writing in 1975
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