Person record: BETHELL, Honourable Slingsby  (1831-1896)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameHonourable Slingsby BETHELL
Relevance of this personbarrister; officer of The Lantern Society, 1890 
Main period of activity1890s

His 'Honourable' title indicates a junior rank in the British peerage; he was the second son of Richard Bethell, created 1st Baron Westbury in 1861.

4 October 1831born atLondon, England
1861resident2 Hyde Park Gardens, Paddington, London W, England
7 April 186129census record1861 Census of England and Wales, RG9/11.118.20
– occupation “Barrister (not in practice)”
1881-1891residentChelsea Lodge, 42 Tite Street, Chelsea Embankment, Chelsea, London SW, England
3 April 188149census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/78.56.46
– occupation “Clerk of the House of Lords”
1890~58officerLantern Society
5 April 189159census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/1665.22.10
– occupation “Barrister”
1896resident47 Sussex Square, Brighton, Sussex (East), England
3 April 189664died atBrighton, Sussex (East), England
4 August 1896archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1896 p.168
Texts linked to this personPublished correspondence (2)

B.J. Malden, W.M. Baynes, Slingsby Bethell, T.H. Holding and Frank R. Hinkins, Correspondence in OMLJ 1.9 (February 1890)  –  'Formation of a lantern club'

‘ Duffer’, ‘ Anxious’, Fred. B. Lawrence, Theobald & Co., ‘ F.J.B.’, A.R. Dresser, Charles E. Rendle, Slingsby Bethell and William Ouin, Correspondence in OMLJ 2.20 (January 1891)  –  'The lantern for suffering humanity'

(* = main subject)

Notes in OMLJ 7.84 (May 1896)
  –  note of death

Lucerna ID no. 6002799Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016