Charles and Lady Edith Clifton: change of name to Abney Hastings and licence to …
Details of Act
|22 Victoria I. c. 1
|Type of Act
|Charles and Lady Edith Clifton: change of name to Abney Hastings and licence to bear the arms of Abney and Hastings.
|An Act to authorize Charles Frederick Clifton Esquire and the Lady Edith Maud his Wife, and their Issue, to assume and bear the Surnames of "Abney Hastings" in lieu of the Surname of Clifton, and to bear the Arms of "Abney" and "Hastings," in compliance with the Condition contained in a Settlement made by Sir Charles Abney Hastings Baronet, deceased, of certain Estates in the Counties of Derby and Leicester.
Parliamentary Archives access
The best place to look at the Original Act is the Parliamentary Archives in London.
|Records of the House of Lords, Private Bill Office, Original Acts