Cuthbert, Frederick John (1801 -1850)

Frederick John Cuthbert was the second, but eldest surviving, son of James Ramsay Cuthbert of Grosvenor Square, London, Ednam in Roxburghshire, and Hanworth Park in Middlesex, and his wife Sophia [Smyth?]. He was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he matriculated 10 October 1820, aged 19. He succeeded his father, who was Member of Parliament for Appleby 1807 1812, on 29 March 1821. There are memorial tablets to his grandparents, parents, his elder brother, and himself in the Parish Church at Epsom in Surrey. He is there stated to have died July 4th 1850, aged 48 years. The arms of his mother, as shown in an impalement on her husband's monument, are Gules three fusils in fess between three maiden's heads couped at the shoulders. These, but with five fusils, are the arms of Smyth.

Seat / Residence(s): Hanworth, Middlesex
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Cuthbert, Frederick John (1801 - 1850) (Stamp 1) Title: Cuthbert, Frederick John (1801 - 1850) (Stamp 1)
Arms: Or a serpent in pale debruised of a fess gules
Dimensions (height x width): 19mm x 16mm
Heraldic Charges: fess, Heraldic Charges: serpent