NameGell; Philip Lyttelton (1852-1926); company director and businessman
Name TypePerson
ForenamesPhilip Lyttelton
SurnameGell
Dates1852-1926
Epithetcompany director and businessman
Gender IdentityMale
Key EventsBorn in London, 20 Apr 1852; died at Haven Hill, Kingswear, Devon, 29 May 1926
RelationshipsSon of John Philip Gell and his wife Eleanor (nee Franklin); grandson of Sir John Franklin; he married Edith May Brodrick, daughter of the 8th Viscount Midleton in 1889. They had no offspring.
Related catalogue entries
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D8760/F/GPL/2/1Draft biographical notes on Lady Jane Franklin by Philip Lyttelton Gell
D8760/F/LIB/2/6"The Iliad" of Homer (in Greek)
D8760/F/FEG/4/1Draft biographical notes on Eleanor Isabella Franklin by Philip Lyttelton Gell
D8760/F/FLJ/2/1Commonplace book of Lady Jane Franklin, comprising largely of copies of passages on religious or philosophical themes
D8760/F/OBJ/20Printed gift label for Rev John Philip Gell from his children on his birthday
D8760/F/LIB/11/1"A Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope: Towards the Antarctic Polar Circle and Round the World ... in the Years 1772-1776", Volume 2, by Andrew [Anders] Sparrman
D8760/F/FEP/4/3/1Coeur de Lion, or The Third Crusade; A Poem in Sixteen Books: Volume 1, Books 1-8, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/GPLRecords of Philip Lyttelton Gell, son of John Philip and Eleanor Isabella Gell nee Franklin, grandson of Sir John Franklin
D8760/F/FEP/4/3/2Coeur de Lion, or The Third Crusade; A Poem in Sixteen Books: Volume 2, Books 9-16, by Eleanor Anne Porden
D8760/F/LIB/5/9/1"The Fate of Sir John Franklin", by Captain F.L. McClintock
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