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Walter de Winton                                 1868-1935
Walter was born about 1868, the son of Walter de Winton and Frances Jessie Talbot, in London. He married Hylda Terese Jane Marshall.
Hylda Terese Jane Marshall               1869-1945
Hylda was born about 1869, the daughter of General Sir Frederick Marshall and Adelaide Laura Howard, in London.
I have identified the following children.
Walter Born abt 1893   London Killed 1914
Gerald Frederick W. Born abt 1904   London  
Joan Mary Born abt 1898   London Married Eric Crossfield

Birth of Parents
Walter de Winton b: abt 1868               London, Middlesex
son of Walter de Winton and Frances Jessie Talbot, 47 Eaton Place

Hylda Terese Jane Marshall b: abt 1869               London
daughter of General Sir Frederick Marshall and Adelaide Laura Howard

Marriage
abt 1892
Walter de Winton
Hylda Terese Jane Marshall
London       1892 2Q St Geo Hanover Sq 1a 785

Children
Walter de Winton b: abt 1893               London       1893 1Q St Geo Hanover Sq 1a 446
son of Walter de Winton and Hylda Terese Jane Marshall         Killed 6 Sept 1914

1901 Census RG13-3011 1 April 1901 Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
The Lodge, Dalby Road
Walter de Winton
Hylda (Wife)
Violet Brassey (Visitor)(M)
Plus 11 Servants
Age 32
Age 31
Age 27
Retired Soldier   London
London
London
abt 1868
abt 1869
abt 1873

Joan Mary de Winton b: abt 1898               London       1898 2Q Chelsea 1a 369
daughter of Walter de Winton and Hylda Terese Jane Marshall
Gerald Frederick Walter de Winton b: abt 1904               London       1904 4Q St Geo Hanover Sq 1a 432
son of Walter de Winton and Hylda Terese Jane Marshall

1911 Census RG14-259 3 April 1911 Glasbury, Breconshire, Wales
Maesllwch Castle, Glasbury, Hereford   (6 Rooms)
Walter de Winton
Hylda Terese Jane (Wife)
Joan (Dau)
Gerald (Son)
Bertram D'Avenant Corbet (Visitor)(M)
Plus 13 Servants
Age 42
Age 40
Age 13
Age 6
Age 41
Justice of the Peace



Capt. Reserve
London
London
London
London
London
abt 1868
abt 1860
abt 1898
abt 1904
abt 1869

IN Memory of
Second Lieutenant WALTER DE WINTON
3rd Bn., Coldstream Guards
Who Died Age 21
ON 6 September 1914

SON OF MAJOR WALTER DE WINTON AND HYLDA TERESE JANE DE WINTON,
of MAESLLWCH CASTLE, RADNORSHIRE

REMEMBERED WITH HONOR
BOUILLY CROSS ROADS MILITARY CEMETERY,
Marne, France

COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION

Death
Major Walter de Winton Died 13 Nov 1935, Age 67,   Glasbury, Radnorshire       1935 4Q REadnor W. 11b 147

The Times, Friday, Nov 15, 1935                         OBITUARIES
MAJOR DE WINTON
  Major Walter de Winton, of Maesllwch Castle, Glasbury, Radnorshire, was found dead in bed on Wednesday morning.   He was 67, and had been suffering from heart trouble.   A keen sportsman, he hunted, shot, and fished, and had killed 17 Wye salmon in one day.   He served in the 1st Life Guards and was captain in the 10th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry, in the South African War.   In the late War he served as a D.A.A.G.   He was a J.P. and D.L. for Radnorshire, and was High Sheriff in 1897.   He succeeded his father in 1878, and was a good landlord, being highly esteemed by his tenants and the villagers.   He married Hylda, daughter of General Sir Frederick Marshall, of Broadwater, Surrey; she survives him with a son and a daughter.   His elder son was killed in 1914.
LONDON   28 Oct 1936                         Probate
de Winton, Walter, of Maesllwch Castle, Glasbury, Radnorshire, died 13 November 1935, Probate (save and except settled land) London 28 October, to Hylda Terese Jane de Winton, widow.   Effects £20,313 0s. 6d.

Death
Hylda Terese Jane (Marshall) de Winton
Died 2 Jun 1945, Age 75,       1945 2Q Radnor W. 11b 99

LLANDUDNO   12 Feb 1946                         Probate
de Winton, Hylda Terese Jane, of Maesllwch Castle, Glasbury, Radnorshire, widow, died 2 June 1945, at Glanhenwye, Glasbury, Probate Llandudno, 12 February, to Gerald Frederick Walter de Winton, major H.M. army, and the right Honourable Edward Frederick Lawson, Baron Burnham C.B. D.S.O. M.C. major-general, H.M. army.   Effects £5,082 5s. 4d.