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Thomas Ansell Fairhurst                       1903-1955                   (1st Husband)
Thomas was born on 29 August 1903, the son of James Ashton Fairhurst and Eva Louise Ansell.   He was educated at Rugby and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1892, is a J.P. and C.C. for Berkshire, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret., late 6th Batt. Manchester Begt., T.D., and Lord of the Manor of Arlington. - Arlington Manor, Newbury, Berkshire Barbara Joan de Winton Wills            1902-1980
Barbara was born on 23 February 1902, the daughter of Ernest Salter Wills and Caroline Fanny Maud de Winton, at Clevedon, Bristol, Somerset.
I have identified the following children.
James Seton Born abt 1926      
Elizabeth Jill Born abt 1928     Married John Maurice Houlder

Birth of Parents
Thomas Ansell Fairhurst b: 29 Aug 1903  c: 21 Jul 1904       Berkswich, Stafford
son of James Ashton Fairhurst and Eva Louise Ansell

Barbara Joan de Winton Wills b: 23 Feb 1902  c: 20 Mar 1902   Clevedon, Somerset   1902 4Q Long Ashton 5c 541
daughter of Ernest Salter Wills and Caroline Fanny Maud de Winton, Oaklands
Marriage
28 Oct 1925
Thomas Ansell Fairhurst
Barbara Joan de Winton Wills
St. Mary's Church, Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire   1925 4Q Hungerford 2c 731

The wedding of Thomas Ansell Fairhurst and Barbara Joan de Winton Wills
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The Times, Thursday, Oct 29, 1925                     MARRIAGES
MR. T.A. FAIRHURST AND MISS WILLS

  At St. Mary's Church, Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, yesterday, the marriage took place of Mr. Thomas Ansell Fairhurst, Life Guards, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fairhurst, of Arlington Manor, Newbury, and Miss Barbara Joan de Winton Wills, daughter of Sir Ernest and Lady Wills, of Littlecote.   The service was conducted by the Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bishop Hamilton Baynes, and the Rev. Arthur Helps.
  Miss Wills, who was given away by her father, wore a
dress of white satin, embroidered with pearls, with a full Court train of silver tissue, draped with old Brussels lace.   Her train was carried by two pages - Master Antony Prioleau and Master John Kyffin - who wore scarlet velvet breeches with white crepe de Chine shirts and buckle shoes.   The bridesmaids included Miss Cripps, Miss Ann Vachell, Miss Susan Kyffin, Miss Jane Kyffin, and Miss Susan Pearce, and they wore white georgette, trimmed with fur, over silver tissue.
  The best man was Mr. A. H. Pepys, Royal Dragoons.


Children
James Seton Fairhurst b: abt 1926                     1926 4Q Hungerford 2c 433
son of Thomas Ansell Fairhurst and Barbara Joan de Winton Wills
Elizabeth Jill Fairhurst b: abt 1928                     1928 2Q Hungerford 2c 468
daughter of Thomas Ansell Fairhurst and Barbara Joan de Winton Wills

THIS MARRIAGE ENDED IN DIVORCE
Thomas went on to marry Pamela Armstrong Cooper, neé Lushington-Tulloch, in 1951.



Jack Morton                                                 (2nd Husband)
I have little information on Jack. He was a Major in the 7th Hussars during World War II; a tank regiment.
They adopted two children.


Birth of New Husband
Jack Morton No Date        

Marriage
abt 1943
Jack Morton
Barbara Joan de Winton Fairhurst
                    1943 1Q Westminster 1a 712

Death
Barbara Joan de Winton (Fairhurst) Morton Died 1980, Age 78,   Blunsdon, Wiltshire       1980 2Q Swindon 23 20056

The Times, Monday, Jun 23, 1980                 LATEST WILLS
Mrs. Barbara Joan de Winton Morton, of Blunsdon, Wiltshire, left estate valued at £2,297,413 net.

Death
Jack Morton No Data

SPECIAL THANKS  to Clifford Allison, for the photo and many of the details provided above.