Edward Hugessen Knatchbull, 1st Baron Brabourne 484,1009
- Marriage: Anna Maria Elizabeth Southwell
On the death of their father in 1849, Fanny Catherine's children assumed the additional surname of Hugessen, the maiden name of their paternal grandmother, under Royal licence.
'Whitehall, August 13, 1849. warrant as The Queen has been pleased to grant unto Dame Fanny-Catherine Knatchbull, the widow and relict of Sir Edward Knatchbull, late of Mersham Hatch and of Provender, one of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, deceased, on behalf of her children, Edward-Hugessen Knatchbull,Reginald-Bridges Knatchbull, Richard-Astley Knatchbull, Herbert-Thomas Knatchbull, William-Western Knatchbull, Matilda-Catherine Knatchbull, and Louisa-Susanna Knatchbull, minors, Her royal licence and authority, that they, the said Edward-Hugessen Knatchbull, Reginald-Bridges Knatchbull, Richard-Astley Knatchbull, Herbert-Thomas Knatchbull, William-Western Knatchbull, Matilda-Catherine Knatchbull, and Louisa-Susanna Knatchbull, may take and henceforth use the surname of Hugessen in addition to and after that of Knatchbull, and bear the arms of Hugessen quarterly with those of their own family; such arms being first duly exemplified according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the Herald's Office, otherwise the said royal licence and permission to be void and of none effect:
And also to command that the said royal concession and declaration be recorded in Her Majesty's College of Arms.'
Noted events in his life were:
1. Resided: 24 March 1883, Smeeth Paddocks, Smeeth, Kent. 13
Edward married Anna Maria Elizabeth Southwell. (Anna Maria Elizabeth Southwell died on 26 May 1889 in 3 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, London 13.)