It surprised me greatly when a gentleman named Mr. Chris Wilkins contacted me! Why? Because he is the great great grand nephew of Rev. H. S. Polehampton! Given below is additional information about his great great granduncle which he provided.
Children of Edward Polehampton and Elizabeth Stedman
-6.1.Edward Thomas William Polehampton born 27th December 1822, died 1890
-6.2.Henry Stedman Polehampton born 1ST February 1824, died 1857
-6.3.John Polehampton born 1825, died 1895
-6.4.Elizabeth Mary Polehampton born 1826
-6.5.Thomas Stedman Polehampton born 1827, died 1904
-6.6.Catherine Polehampton born 1828
-6.7.Arthur Polehampton born 1829, died 1885
-6.8.Emily Polehampton born 1830
-6.9.Henry J Polehampton
6.2.HENRY STEDMAN POLEHAMPTON, second son of Edward Polehampton and Elizabeth Stedman
Born 1824, died 1857. Married Emily Augusta Allnatt, daughter of Charles Blake Allnatt on 10TH October 1855 in St Chad’s Shrewsbury.
NOTES FOR HENRY STEDMAN POLEHAMPTON
Attended Eton College
Matriculated at Pembroke College, Oxford 17th November 1842
Wightwick Scholar 1842-45: Wightwick Fellow 1845-56.
BA 1846, MA 1849
Rowed for Oxford University in 1846 at bow position.
Rector of St Aldates, Oxford 1849 but resigned after 6 months as it was not compatible with his fellowship at Pembroke College.
Assistant curate St Chad’s Shrewsbury
Chaplain of the residency at Lucknow where he died in the Siege of Lucknow after contracting cholera after being shot. Widely praised for his heroic actions.
In stained glass window in dining hall in Pembroke College,Oxford as being a fellow in 1846/47, memorial in St Chad’s Shrewsbury (plaque) and in Hartfield Church, Sussex (stained glass window).